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WF.DNKSDAT MORNINO, APRIL H, 18T.
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I' paid after thrM aid before sit Booths... t 60
If paid ifr tha oipiritloi af ,1s aoilh,... I 10
Mclhodlet Rnleeopil Church Rot. b. F.
Sennas, I'astor. Poblte Berrlee retry Sabbath
h iu n m,, ana i r. m.
Rebbntk School at I A. If.
Prayer Meeting alary Thnnda;, at TJ P. M.
Cnmn union gerrlee. Int Sabbath of o'er;
month, at 10t A. M.
tVeet Clearfield M. K. ChurchRon.
W. II. II ill and i. P. Aaniisoa, Paalore
Preaching ever; alternate Sunday, at o'eloek,
P. M hundey School at I,, P. M.-AU ara In
vited to attend.
Preinyterlan ChurchRer. II. 8. Btm.ua.
Sabbath sereioes morning and evening Sab
bath School at I P. M Pra;ar Meeting VYcdnee
Ht. lraucia Church CalhollcRcT. p.
J, Minimal Preaching at 10, o'eloek, A. M ., on
Ike flrat, third and fourth Nundnyaofeaeh month;
Vespers and benediction of Ihe Blessed Sacrament
at 7 o clock, P. M. Sunday School every Sunday
afternoon at I o'clock.
TIKI OF OLD I If QUAKTRl BUIOKI OOURT.
Frrond Monday of Jannary.
Third Monday af March.
Knit Monday of Juno.
Fourth Monday of fioptaabar.
Tim or lOLDllS OOKMOR FLIAa.
Flrat Monday af Juno,
Saoond Monday of Novambar.
Prttidft Jtlg Hon. Cbarlci A. Myar, of
A'tinant torn .Wp Hon. John H. Orrii, of
AtooiaU Judgt Airm Ogdtn, Claarflald j
Vinant B. Holt, Woodland.
RegUiar and foeordtrh. 3. Morgan.
Diitrict illarnty Wm. M. MeCullougb.
8hrif Andrew I'anti, Jr.
Cbttniy t9Nrtyr--6aajiual P. MeOloakey, Cor
wenarillo. f.'ouNfy Oomntt$iontrCTk Brown, Cloar
11 rid ( Tbomaa A. McUea, Choat P. 0., Mairia
CouMfy Auditor Cbrlat. J. Keagy, Olon
Hon ) fiimnil A. Caldwell, Williatnagreva ) John
C. Conner, tturnaid.
Ooumiw 6Vfr J. B. Kf, Nav Waihington.
Jnrf Commi$nontr Dr. Janiea P. Burebfield,
Clearflfd, Joaeph Alexander, Wondwnrd.
Suptrimtfndemt of Pnoie SeAoo John A.
JVolarta PmbliJohm W. Wrlgley, Wrn. Ra
drbaugh, Cyrua tiordon, Clearfield; Joreph R.
Irwin, N. B. Arnold, Carwenarilla J.J. L Ingle,
Our Special column il decidedly In tra ting In
a local point of Ticw, and.profitabla reading to
outaldora who want to ar money.
Tho farmers are fueling their oats.
The mountains near Roi.ovo, in
Clinton county, bar been oa fir far moral day
Tlio County CommiHsioners are dec
orating tb Court Uona yard with abed ind
Fresh shad have made their appear
anew in tbia market. Tbey ara of good quality,
and ooniQiaod very high prleea.
Oh. my I We heard a man prophecy
th other day that tb coming u rooter would b
eold and dry. Let com what will, wa will try
and weather It through.
Khortlidge A Co., oi Bellefonte, offer
their oelebrated Cayuga land plaater at greatly
reduced prleea. Bo their card among our new
advertiaomonta In thia paper.
The Lutheran congregation of Clear
field baa engaged Kov. B. W, Tomlinaon, of U4
ford, Pa,, to preach for them rery al tarn at
fiat'bath. Hla next appointment will be Sunday.
April 20tb, morning and evening.
We have had two weeks of the finest
April wcalber that w ever witnetaed In thia lati
tude. It la glorloul t and It will bo mora gtortoua
If It tlt bold out and ovtrlak May. Acoordlng
to our way of thinking, an occasional ahower
would not ba out of order.
Owing to his rapidly failing health,
Levi L. Tat, aditor and proprietor of tb Wil
li am Kport Sum, offer that paper tar aal. Th
8nm la a aound Democratic paper, and a rare op
portunity la offered for aome cnterprlalng maa lo
Meat In a paylag boataeaa.
Two prisoners were brought to the
j.ll la thia place laat Wrdneaday, oi tha noon
train, charged with hating atolea a lot of apple
and potato from partial reaidiog near Jay nee
villc, thia county. Th Grand, Jury will isvsitl
gate th matter at tba May term of Coart.
Jesse Beams, Administrator of tho
tet of Nichols Murpbey, let of Morrli town
blp, deceaaod, will aell at publia aal. on th
prcmia), In Kylertown, oa Saturday, May 6th,
two town Iota, full deacHptlona of wbleh can b
found among oar new advrtlment to-day.
Six men wero arrested n this bo
ough Iftit Katnrday evening nod lodged In jail, for
bip drunk and diitwUrly. On of them la an
Individual named Armstrong, who but roooatly
waa turned out of that institution, where he bad
pent aararal moatba oa a charge of mallclou
Wrn. Heed, in the Opera House, is
sow In Philadelphia pnrobaaing hit apring and
a urn mar good. About tbo 13d of April, bo will
open a very baadaome and attractive atook In al
tb branch ti b rpranta, and purchaser will
find prleea to warrant aatiafaotloa by calling at
bia -tore. Walt for lb new goodf 1
o erred lastwock in stating that
Mr. John 0. Sohryver had retired from buaiaea.
la tbe d isolation of th 3raa of fiackett A Schry
fr, there waa a diriaion of tha property, and Mr.
Bobryrar will continue th hardware ouilneia at
th old aland, while Mr. Btckett will oodut tb
tinning and itova dfpartmant. Hetb tha fen
trmep bar our bait stabel f"t their anooeei Is
The many friends and acqtiftinlanocs
In Clearfield of Hoberl B. Ur rimer will be glad
leara that ba hai oared th poaltlot of elark at
tb Cantral Hon, In D rook villa, a new nous
recant ly opened to tb public in that plana.
" Bob" U a very pleasant fallow la hi way, and
w don't fe why bo ehoulda't make an accommo
dating and popular hotollst.
Mr. James L. hevry, of this borough,
showed o a btn'a egg laat Friday wblob beets
anything af tb kind wa ver aaw or heard lall
pf, It Ktaiured eight ipcbci s olreumftreaoa
jengihwls and tis and oo-blf inchea around.
It weight waa a trill ln than four suaosa. If
anybody In thia eoanty can scar vp a larger
ben-rgg tban this one, w should Ilk to at It.
The attention of farmers and garden
ers la directed to a actio of Vltatlv Compound
In or adrrtislngolamoi a valuabl discovery
and worthy a trial by any oaterprlslng farmer In
tbeowatry. Mes.rs. Bcobit, Reed A Smith, No.
137 l iberty street, Ptmburgh, ara tha agents
the e, or addrrai Waogaman A Co., ear of Uoo.
Bljnao, egrat Adama Bipraaa, Pittsburgh, P.
Ai of letters remaining unclaimed
Id tha Poitofloa at pjar field, for tb wk ending
April 10, 1877 i
Mr A lien, Mlrbaal
Pblney, N. C.
Prno.r, Mile Matll,
Pl.ei, J. W.
Tboeepaoi, Miaa Aula
WballDg, Mlia Alia
P. A. UaJHU, P. ti.
A few sales of lumber btva been
ale it Marietta at ririoi, prieee, aiblag II
diftrolt to atat, uy eiiel Market arlea. Son.
pin. tluber wai raid at lei aii IfteM aente, and
lawrd beinloek at front eaeei ind 01,-balf lo tei
Mull. Tb, log drlee. hiowi ia ta, Corpora,
tloi Drlra," I, lied if 11 Bennett'. Brtneb araek.
Thli drlre eoielat, of aboat M,000,000 feat of log,.
Walker', Trolt ril driei lid Aidell', HiMailt,
ewk drlv,'rMbed th, riear laat week, and tkey
ire low leeranrlly watllpg far freabel beler,
Ibey mi get to aaarkel. Tie rirer at tkle plee.
It low oile iballow.
A lot of flna young trout arrived t
Iki. ptaee, ei Toeadey .eeiiig if Met weak,
del tb, i Iom af lb. riearteld Oaat, Aaaeela.
Hoi, d th, ml d.y win eoniigned t, lb,
ItXefl ' Moore aid l,l,k real aid Mallgnaer
raek. be llreaai, aboil here bar, Ih inlty
well etMkod with yomg treat, aid If air lih.r.
d. aal dltlrb th.ai la a year ar l. lb,
uab.r will b greatly hMnaMd Ma) tbey will
kare alUlnd a alaavirlb l.blag far. Al re.
M lay trail that la large eaeegh u gel faeueed
M 1 book I, denied lata tba Lb-beekat and
I f bat.aau fi.ree!7aMi!"J??!wwWM)eajBl
It1 ""I Oltv.
I REMOlOlm NOTICES.
At Uib.RjipijsU.ican office ii tbe place
to gstToir job work done. Wa ar, full prepared
to do anything la lha Dilating Una, will do It
wall, and at tha right kind of prioaa. If.
The County Commissioners will bo
lo aetiloi lot teeerol d;i oa aad aflat tha Inl
day of Majr oast. Tboaa baring an; business to
tranaaol with tba Board bad battar alteod to It at
that llao, and aot wall until Court weak, at
which lima tha CoBnlesioaere ara inioyed b?
- ,y.A. ,VH-,yi LU"V'?Ul,-7!l'0"t
every light, after the Eapreaa trail arrlvea,
accommodate tbe public, he alio keeps the
Pblledelpbla Tim.,, and lot of other political
end literacy ,vpapere nod mag asine, for rale.
Ue baa tba A'sf to tba aituatioa lor sua. time,'
Beoauee be la elever fcliuw aud a good uffloer, he
bould be pelronlied. He la a ber.Ho In politic.,
but la bu.lneea be doee tba fair thing with
8udp(n Death. Wo clip tlto follow-
iivih uifj vurwesaTino JtiMtf.uf HontUyiBfl,
tba lfitb (bar.: "Laat Tuarday fjiidia F.Ila, a
lady llrlng with Mr. Jock Patohio, at Uurnildo,
wbllaln tbgr.rdn Inaomnany with Mra. Pitch in
eomplaieed of fecllog lick, eBd bfor Mn.
Patehin coo Id gt her to tbi bouae abe droited
to the ground dead. I'p to thia writing (Friday)
(ho body haa not beta bnrli-d, from tb fact that
algni of life ara aometimet rtilttl. It la lappoaed
ba died of beart diaeaae."
A Hotel Bat. The Venango Specta
tor $mjt t " On the lHtb of December, 1875. Mr.
John 0. Porterfiald, f Kmknton, while at op ping
at tha Central Hotel, Pittaburgh, waa robbed of a
diamond pin, gold watch and chain, a pocket
book and ao mo money, by a thief entering bio
room at night. Mr. Porterfleld, aome lime mgo,
brought mlt for Iho value of tha ftolen artlrlea
agaiaat Wnlah A Anderaoo, proprietor xf the
hotel, and feat week got a rordiot lo the 1'itli
burgh Court of Common Plena for $S2.14, tb
full amount claimed."
A mora reckless and untruthful nur.
o graph than the following, which appeared in the
Altoona Eitminj JLfirrar of April 12th. w never
before aaw in print, and the man who wrote It la
either a knara or a foal, If aot both :
"On Monday a woman atmeared In Clearfield
no nniea io ido auinoritiea ibnt gang or conn.
terteitera, whoa beadnuertera ara in Clearfield
county, had made arrangement, to rob ona of ibe
ben a a of Clearfield, on Monday niffht, and aet
or to ibo town. A tt la a well-knnwo foot that
that town ia inferred with eounterftitera, the
woman' atory created great eicilemont, and from
thirty to fifty men armed ibatatelve and atowd on
guard during tha nigbt, but (be burglura eaute
Clkarfikli Coal Trade. State.
men l of Coal and other freights sent over tbe
Tyrone A Clearfield Division, Pennsylvania Rail
road, for tb week ending April 7, I8T7, and
tba same time laat year :
oo a U TOM.
For tho week
Ham tlm laat year 2$f4U
InereasR M 4,207
Previously during ynar 3.tA,0SO
Same tiui laat year 2 ill, If jl
Total la 1877 .V.8.M8
Sam tim Inst year 2U,iV2
Increase 6i,!f 16
Lumber ..loi cars.
NiMellaneoua freights M 10S '
A Shahper. Tho Bellefonto Watch
man say a t An individual who gave tbe nam of
Toner entered Reynold's bank, In this lace, a
few daya ago and preecnted a check signed by a
Mr. Myers, of Peons valley, for 25i). It appears
that Mr. Myors, who name was signed to tba
oheck, had in account with tb bank and bad
mad an arrangement wilb Major Reynolds to
send him money in thia way, occasionally. Tbo
Major took the chock, bat, no altogether liking
to cash H without a little mora certninty in Iho
matter, he aaked Toner If he was acquainted with
anybody la town. " Oh, yes' laid Toner, M I am
well acquainted with 'Uncle' John 11 offer."
Well," said Major Reyoolds, "go ud gal Mr.
Hotter to identify you, and I will cash tbe check."
" All right," said Toner, and out he started to
Bud laela " John Hoffir. Ue rame back dirsoily
and reported that Mr. Hotter was not in tbe store
ud that b didn't know where to look for him.
Major Reynolds then, (opposing that overytbing
was aa Toner bad represented, cashed tbe check,
which afterwards proved a forgery, and Toner
Uft with tba money. Since then nothing haa
ba Men or heard of him, and our friet.d, tbe
Major, If tnlnaa .
... a t ai -
Indiana eouoty haa lost two of bar tnoit
esteemed el 1 1 tens. Th editor of the Dtmocrot, In
speaking of them, says :
M A ro hi bald Stewart, on of tb wealthiest elti-
sens of Indiana county, after aa illness of several
years darat Ion, died at hisreaidensein Armstrong
township, oa th tb Inst. H was In hi 94tb
year. Hit career had been a remarkable ene.
At aa early day, prior to and during the war of
ISIS, he engaged In mercantile pursuits, for many
years traversing as then the wilderness of West
ern Pennsylvania on foot and bone'-ack, vending
hla wares, and later engaged In mora eitenstve
enterprises. By bis strict economy he accumula
ted a larg for: una, and at one time, R Is said, he
was tbe largest depositor In the aid Bank of Pitts
burgh, where a uaelderabl port In of bis means
still remain. Wa are Informed that although he
had disposed of a large portion of his wraith by
gift to bia relative and donations to lha church,
that there atill remains a sum of over 1100,000,
mostly In eash and good securities. Il wa a
bachelor, bat lavs a larg connection of rela
tives, torn of whom bar already received large
gifts at bis bands. His remains were Interred on
Saturday last at tb old Bethel Ctaurob In Centra
Mr. George Atchison, one of th oldest and
best known eitiaens of th Cherytrre, died t his
residence la that place a few days ago. It Is
said that he waa aged over SO years. Tb de
ceased was one of the original and moat pera latent
Abolltlonlala of Indiana county, and although
honest la bis opinions, probably, was on of tba
bitterest partisans la tbo State."
Mr. Atobleoa hi a number of years resiJed io
this eouBly, a short distance south or the village
of Burn at, and bis home was a station on tho
"l'adrgroui.d Railroad." Many a slave found
refuge there, on his way from tha South H a
port In Canada.
DEATH OF MR. JOHN A. 0. WHITE.
Tbe sudden drmiae of John A. Qamblc V.'blf,
at bia father's residence la Philadelphia, on the
th Inst., will sad sews to bis many friends
la this oounty. II retired In tbe evening aa well
a usual, and wbea eatiea to oreaaiasi me nest
morning, b excused himself, remarking that be
felt unveil and pid sot want any brcakfaat.
About an hoar afterwards hla father went to hi i
rooflb-door and called him, and, receiving ao an-
awer, be opened tbe door and found hla son lying
in ao Insensible eoadltioa, with bla head and
shoulders on th floor and bis limbs in th bed.
Tb father raised h'aa up and laid him on the
bed. The son drew but one breath and eiplrod.
Tb editor of the Usllefont Wnttkmam, In el
uding to bia death, aays t
It becomes our melancholy duly this week to
naouooe the death of Mr. John A. (1. White, of j
Jersey BDore, wntco sau event iooa ....j
residence of his father, II a Allison White, to
Philadelphia, oa Sunday last. ilr. White died
of that dread disease, eonsumption. at tbe oarly !
" r ....
-f t llm eaiaa at aii.Biaaat an at aa iT failaeSll. 1
, , . , . , . . , ...
i vi mpi. .aw . '
of oieellent be i loess capacity and of great wealth.
haviaa nut only a fortune la his owa riaht, but
ancle, lion, won A. oamoie, i ooo.r, ...
raleed blaa froai a acre ouna. ina mi.re waa
bright witb prenlr and, had ha llted, llier, I,
a. doubt bat that be wonld here be. B tb. inatrl
Melt if BHeh good tl bia ftllow-aiei. 11, wee
gen.roaa, bild.heilted, 1 geatleoial If (jollahed
Mirteay end great eordiallly, liberal ta a fault
lid friend 11 ny ataa abei, leee.allle, were
aoeaweadrd U hie loUoe.' lie died .oeaarrled,
aid b.oee leare. lo laailly lo eieri bia intimely
taking off, Ibougb, .aide from hla relelirea, there
r, aiany hearU froai whieb litter Uera will well
up to eyea inleed t, weeping.
Mr. White waa for aiany jean reeiJiat ol
Oaaeoll Mlllt, Il Olrletd Milty, wber. ha waa
minted with eeter.l Itml d.iag al lltanilv,
bailae.i, and had aaiy frlenda Ii thai rrgioi,
who will bier of kll deeth with .rrnt aorraw.
The writer ,f Ihlt klewhiai front bla boyhood 11
J.my Shot., nd eaa tntliy to hla entire ip
rlghtiaea if ebaraeter lid hla prefect rreedoni
froai aeylhlog like neanoeit oi irrogane,. Aa a
bo) be fee aiaaly, opef.hearted, friik, geiaraia
liberalr-ehere.lerl.tlee that bo retaiaed abroigh
all all lira ud laipreaaed ipoa etery en. wbi
mm la eealeel with bia, Hi, death al M early
aa ago hi eery .ad Indeed, ud a terrlbla bna to
lb, lilndl wh bxed ud HeH.ed kiaa. Pe.ee
fal b, bla lleep beaeatb Ibe (tmi gra.eef aid
weel lower, the eael; ipriat-!:'' '
LorilUrd's celebrated brands of Na
Tjr Tobeoeo, "Deiiioe" and " Oar Choioo," at
Lytle's, tola agent for Claarflald oointv
Advertise in tbe Clearfield Jiti'in-
uu. Tha odeorllalng rataa ara reasonable, and
tba elrculatloo la tha largaal of aajr paper 11 tbla
wla of tba Stall, if.
Wanted I 1,UU0 cords of Hemlock
and Rock Oak Hark, for which wa will pa; tba
bibeet market prloo.
Jtlltf. A. 0. Emu 4) Co.
m. a i. i i t
To prevont tolmcco clioweni from
being loapoaad anon, Lorillirds baee pat a Un
0 1 eutuM ev ....... .
J.ev. S. C. Swallow, tho new M, K.
rce.iu.ng .aeroi m.a nutnoi, n. ratoorad bia Al th, M. K PmoM(((. D Wallaeetan, on
ftjniljr from A I toon a to Tyrone, wber ha will Wtdne.Uy, April I lib. 1.177, by h. John A.
rnide during bla Kldrrabip. Tjiol la tho ral ! I'ixon. Mr. Iaoil Kioharda and Miaa Amelia B.
"focua from wblch to radiate. The railroad ayiUm I S1"u' oI -"Wp-from
that plaoa partneatea aery aeetlon of tba At tht Cbarlea Hotel, Clearfield, Pa., on
dUtriot. .ml to ua it atemi that U will ba far 7''' l,,b' '""l b' B"- Wl";
. , , t j Dill, Mr. Allen Murray nod Miaa Louiaa A. Weat,
mora cooTepient for tbe Elder than Altoona. I both of (lirard townabip.
At last reports they were still horing
for oil at Urookvllle. Tbe partlca having tbe
matter in charge at this place bare not yet com
pleted Ibelr atrsngements fir drilling, but wc
kopa to bo able to announce tbe eummtnocment
of th enterprise lo a short time. Juat think of
it oil in Cleaiflcld! Whew ! And why not?
Are we not juat as likely lo find It hero as they
are at Brookvillr, or any other plane t At any
rate, sink tbo bole and hunt fur It. '
Tho following new advertisements
appear iu tois ttaue for tbe first time :
Orpbene' Court Eat Jess IJeime, Adin'r.
Administrators' Notice Pre inn too Bell nod
7,. H. Hoover, Adminittrntvri.
Caution Lewis Erlinrd.
Caution Lewis I. Bloom.
Cayuga Land Plasltr tiortliiig A Co.
Attention, Farmers and tierduncrs ! Heobie,
Reed A Smith.
Auditor's Notice A. 0. Kramer, Auditor.
. j CRAZY-DRUNK. "
Last Friday evening, a coal miner named Wo,
liarkin, said to be aa employe of the Peon Col
liery at Uouiidale, this county, made his appear
ance on tb streets of Altoona and raised consid
erable of a breeze by bis singular conduct, but U
was soon afterward discovered that he was labor
ing under a fit of waste potn. He imagined
that be was being pursued by a whole army of
men, who wore endeavoring to take bis life. On
Saturday morning he went to St. John's Catholic
Church, and at tbe clos of lb service Father
Caldwell nuiicctl that Uarkias had a raaor, with '
which he said be would kill himself. Ho wjs at '
once Induced bjjjie rieal to give up tbe raxor, !
which he did, and then left tie Church, muttering
tu hlmseif and making threats against I how
whom ho imuglaid were following bits. Soon
afterwards he waa observed brand). bing a large
knife In a very care leas manner, and attempted to
um it un every person ba met He succeeded in
inflicting injuries on three men before ho was
oaptured, one of whom Is very badly burL Three
shots bad been fired at Harkins, one of which took
elf tot in bis throat and passed downward into the
lungs i but be did not aurrcn-Jer until knocked
down with a bntcbcr'e olub, or "star." 11
was then taken to tbo lock-up, where Lis wounds
were examined, and which did not prove to be of
a dangerous nature. One of Ms victims, a mia
named Knepp, la not expected to recover. 1
I. A. FLKCK A CD. ,
New atoek of Pnrinff (lood. Juit oucned at H.
A. Kraiaer'a. apr U.
Kaw Spring atylca at Kleek A Co.'a.
Carpeti, Curpeti ex. auner, aupcrflne cotton
warp, hem,, ete., at 11. A. hrataen, apr 11.
For ladtoe' If at. and Bonnet., trinnacd np in
style, Jult call at f'leok A Co'l atorc. apr. II
New Kmbroldrriea Just received at Kleck A
Co.'a Store. - epril 4
Kcw and handiotne dciigae la Wall Paper, at
II. A. Kratier'a. apr II.
New Millinery Uoode received dally at Fleck
A Co'a tlore. apr. II.
Coua Ann Harrt,it. If all accounts on tny
books are not settled up by tbe 25th of the pres
ent tnontlt, soil will bo brought In eaeh case,
A. W. M'AtTBns.
ClearfietJ, Pa, Aprtt , lfTT-Bu
Flannels, muslins, plngl-ams,
eassimers at I' leek A 0t.'s.
TO TUB rULlUC.
ILECK k CO. HAVE EMPLOYED,
MISS KKLLtB ilEACHKX
, TO THIM HAT3 AND BONNETS
LADIES WlriniNa A NICE II AT OK '
BONNET WOULD DO WELL TO CALL AT
FLECK A CO.'B FTOIIE. '
CWarflold, Pa., April 4, lM.
New KmbroUeries juit received at Flck A
Co. 'a Store. epril 4
Coae iin Settxu. I want It dtstiertiy uoder
at ood that I want my books not tlm I . Those know
Ins; to have unsettled aoeounts with me, ara here
by dulv notified to come forward and settle at
their rarliett eonrenienea, and If they neglect to
do so tbey way expect to be notified by the
Constable after tbe Int of May. J. L. Lbavv.
Clearfield, Mar. 7, '77-Im.
New Millinery flood just received at Elwk k
Co.'s Etore. aj ril 4
Driss (J ood new, neat and fanhiitnnble at
T. A. Flk 4 Ce. a.
Waktcu ! 100,000 2A-inch shaved shingles
tn average from to 6 trie haa fur which we
will pay tbe bigbert markot price.
A. (J. Kiumer k Co.,
feb.M If.) ' ''leerflold, P.i.
Oo aud see the new goods at Fleck's store.
Every day brings somrthina; new at Fleck k
Co.'s store. If you don't believa it go and see.
An ap-towa man Is diifruitcd with hard money.
Ha carried a silver half dollar in his pocket f-ir
six months, only to discover whrn be tried to
pass it that It was counterfeit. No bogus goods
at T. A. Flrck k Co.'s store.
Ladies are rrquasted to aall and examine the
new goods at T, A. I'leok k Co.'s.
Joints and tn aides, stiff and painful with rheu
matism and gout, are promptly relieved by (j Icon's
Sulphur Fob p. Loral dicafea of tbe vkin and
defects of the completion ire also remedied by
this standard artlo'e. Depot Crittcntun's. N". T
Sixth Avenue, IV. V. Dili's Hair k Whisker Dye,
black or brown, 60 eta. iril 4 4w.
aentlcnion will And much pleasure In examin
ing the new styles at Fleck's stote.
Dramas For Halr. R. Newton Shaw keeps a
full supply of Fredoma Duggies and Platform
Wagons for sale. To bo seen at the Khaw Hons
yard. Call on or address him at Clearfield Penn
sylvania, ay ie-tf.
Voyng uicy and young women, the old and the
middle aged, everybody of all ages, sites and
colors, will And something to please them at T.
A. Fleck k Co.'s.
AH kinds of table llncna at Fleek A Co.'s.
White goods of orery description at Fleck's.
Ladlna' hats, all the new spring styles, at T. A.
Fleck k Co.'s cheap caib store. -
If you ifnnt a good ebawl. no matter what
bind, go to Klt-ck k Co.'s.
1 Br. Hhiloh't Hylrm fUtlltr.
a in aninnmveni 10 iunrnir iuir rcini iur
.p.u. iativo liver. Sour
giomaoh, Cnnstirrptiun, Loss of Appetite, Coming
up of F !. ellnw Hkin, and general Languor
and Debility. V ..a must MknuMp that ibis
wuu J be ruinous aniens we bittl positive evidence
that It will cure. on wno are aa tiering iron
threo eomplaiuta, tkesa words ara addrwaed and
will J continue to suffer aheoyou eanbeeured
S(l( , bJ q u w(nB IHuginl, liearBold, I'a.
00,0,10 die aiiually by leglaeliag 1 Oonah,
Cn'd or Group, often leading to Consumption enj
Iba glare. Why will you negleet ao important a
natter when yon ean get al ear atore (Sntton'a
CoaBL-arrios Ct'll, with Ibe aeruraloa of l
peed) relirf. For roreneei aeroea tba Cheat or
lJunge, or Lan, bach or Hide, Khiiah', Ponor,
Pkaerll glree prompt relief. Hold by C. l.
Watson, Cl'arOeld, Pa.
ilet'aM.te, ii, a ppnr end fraeralt p.rfuui.
fold by O. 11. Wel.on, Clearfield, Pa.
apr 10, '77 eow ly.
Attention, Farmers and Lumbermen.
WANTED by AriiolJ.at Cureteiii.llle,
10,000 pound pork.
1,000 bushels when,t. '
1,000 btiHlivli rye.
1,000 buHhcls ohIs.
1,000 busht'lg Blicllud oorn.
1,000 buHliolB potatoes.
IfMMNMI ljnrli iliarrd ahlnrlca.
ItMKMMI IK-lnrb iiwrid alilhglee.
IIMI.IMMI feet pine board e.
I.IHMl railroad ti.o.
,tHoevril...k aud hoealotk bark.;.
For which one-third cah will
be paid..,; '. -.wt26.'
Tha baU kid glovaa, rr.ry aair warranted, at
i. a. risea a vo. a.
Collara, eufls, aeoktiee, aorpoadara, hoaa and
underwear at I. A. flack A Co. a.
T. A. Fleck la now la New York buying a
large atook of Summer gooda for each, and inteodo
aelling for the came, (treat bertaine will be
offered In all klndi of Dry llooda, Notiona, Mil
liner, and Kane; (Joodi. Don't fall to call If
;on w lab to an re money. apr.ll.
On Christmas Ere, December Nib, ltl, b;
M. D. Itt-t.lT. K.q., Mr. J. N, Boboono.er and
Mies Helen alerrell, both of Kylerli.wD, Clearfield
, ' k
tCimnboij. ttq., ' jvaihui
j MiM niinnab Voang. both of 11 ell towoftiip!
I victf.rt.oia ooui)iy.
At the Lutheran Parsonago In Luthersburg, Pa.,
on Thursday, April I3tb, 177, by Rev. K.
Manges, Mr. Philip Stegnor and Mtss Laura J an
Offiin, both of II rady lownablp.
IV n us y I v a n I It n i I rond
TYRONE i CI.KA RKIELD lillAKCH
N and after Mundaj, KUV. 18?S, the
Vl ae.ene-er Irainl will run daily (exotpl bun-
auyej octween l;rone una vieernelu, ae lollowa
W. C. Imwii Conductor.
niearDeld 1. 311. " '
Philipaburg 4.33, "
O.oeula ..47, "
Tyrone MO, j
W. 8. l'Lt.'nuia, Conductor. '
LEAVE SOOTH. LEAVE NOKTII.
Clearfield 4 24
Philip.burg... 6.37 1
Oaoeola ....... e.4.1
Vail , l.il "
. Tyrone....; ...T.ln r.u
i Vail ..7.2J
1 Oweola 8.32 "
l Philiitrg...a..ia "
; Curwrnavllle.lO.OI) "
DAl.D EAULR VAl.LEYIlUANCIir
Eipi.il" "" " ' Mall." Eip.
P. H. A. N. i ' P. K. A. H.
7.00 8.30 leare Tyrone . arrive d.IO 1.00
7.15 8.47 llald Kagle' 5.53 12.41
7.57 .M ... Julian ,. 5.10 11.57
8.20 V.54 Mileehurg 4 45 11..10
8DI 10.05 Uclleronte ' 4 17 11.10
8.43 10.14 . Milcaburg 4.25 11.04
0.05 10.40 Howard 4.02 10.40
M6 11.18 arr!,.!.. Haven leare 1.15 0.66
A af wnaTWAan.
8:5ui Pittilmrg Exp'a,
llarrl.burg Aco'm, 8:48
Mall Train, ' :2fl
Atlantie Uxpreia, Itt50
Pbila'da Kxpreaa, !0:3J
PIIILIPKUIKO A AIOSIIANNONIIRANOIIES
On and after Monday, NOV. i?tb, 1878, Ac
oomtnodation Traioa will run aver the l'lillipe
borg and aloiliannon Urancbca, u Tollowa:
P. M. A. H. A. H. Station! A. a. p. u. P.M.
2:00 Morrl.dnlo, 13:40
3:15 Pblllpuhurg, 13:26
2:10 7:.18 Steiner'e, 12:23
2:!t 7:44 Boynten, 12:14
2:10 1(110 7:63 Oecrola, 12:04 4:16
2:4 10:15 8:0(1 Mo.bannon, 11:52 4:110
2:52 10:61 8:12 ' Sterling, 11:46 :62
3:67 11:48 8:IS llctKlalc, 11:40 8:47
8:0 11:03 23 McCanley, 11:35 3:44
3:117 11:03 8:23 Kendhclir, 11:30 1:40
3:11 11:13 8:.1J Hamcy. ' 1 ll:2S 3:36
Cloae eonnectlone made by all trulnl at Tyrone
and Lock Hneea.
8. B. 111. A I It,
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW GRADE DIVISION.
(S and after Monday, January 30th, 18:7,
the pareenger traint will run daily (except
Sun day) between Red Uank and Driftwood, as
full otf i :
F.ATW AftO. Div Mall leaves Plttetmrs;
1:00 a. lied. Uank 11:4b; bligo Junction 12:02 f
New IlrtMnbf-m 1:00 p. tn.: Mavsvtlle
Troy 1:41 p HrnOtrMPe J:" i Fuller's i:JT f Rry
aoldsvilla It 41 1 DuBola I-.S0 fcumnit Tunnel
8 -41 Penfleld 4;04 j Weedville 4:17 i Donesetto
e:sa arrive at urmwoou ai att i.
H1TVAHD Day Mail leaves Driftwood
1216 p. m.; Urnriptte 1:13; Weedville 1:40;
Penfleld I 6-1; Buiamlt Tunnel 1:1 a j DoUoll:it;
Hrynoldsville 3:0.1 ; Fuller's 2;'J2; Drookville 3:4e ;
Troy 4:05; Maysvills 4:?.0 ; Kuw Prtblebrtn 4:t ;
Sligo Junction 6:32! faed Hank 6:50 j arriraa at
I'iimburg at 9:10 p. m.
pff Tbe Itfynoldsrllle Accommodation leaves
fteynoldsville daily at 7:40 a. ta.) and arrivee at
It id Dank at 10:63 a. n., Pittsburgh at 2.66 p. tn.
Leaves Pittsburgh at 3:40 p. m ; Ked Hank at
7:30 p. a.; arriving at Key neldir tile at 10:3 p.m.
Cleie ef'BeeUons made with trains on P. A E
lie 1 1 toed at Driftwood, and with tralna on the
Allegheny Valley Hailroad at Red Bank.
DAVID MoC'AKIJO.Oen'l Sup't.
A A. Jacirow, fiup't L. O. Dir.
FAKE FKOM CLEAIU'IEI.D, TO
DelUfonte, Pi $3 OS I M i Jdlrlown .
2 70 Marietta
, $ 00 Lnneaater ft So
1 Rll j PII1I.ADKI.I T1 IA 7 Oft
I OOiAIUMina 1 0ft
, 4 10 1 J. hoili.wn.. 110
. Mll'hlllp.burg 01
. OjlTrr.,0. I 22
, 4 7ill'iTTr!BrH() I IS
CAUTION All ner.one are brnliy c.ollnn
ol agninat purcna.ing or in any way med
dling witb the following property, now in the
po..e.eioa of 1', Thayer, of Welleneton, vie:
One eow, 1 heifer, and 2 pigi, aa tho aeine belotiga
to me and ta left with him in loai enly, eubjeot
to my order at ane time. VM. HMBAl,.
Wallacaton, April 4, H77-3t.
(CAUTION. All pereoiam kerehy oautloacd
J again. t purcha.ing or in any way meddling
with the following prop ertr now in the po.Bea.ioD
of A. U. Slioff, ol tV'oudwnrd townlhip, eis t One
block noare with oolt, I bay horee, I aet barneaa,
I wagon, 1 yearling ealf, and 4 hoga, aa the eame
Wlouga to Hie nnd is left with bin .ntiiot to ray
order it any time. H II. llt. NI.AP.
UouUdele, April II, I8TT-Jt
nOTF.I. FOR WAI t-.tlH KI'.M I .Anrw
flret.elaee, tbree-etory Hotel, aituate on
IIhudsJi street in the borough of lloutadale. The
houre baa been leteiy put la tb?r"ne;h repair, is
now lioensed, and bus a good run of patronage.
PerMna deef ring to purcbaee or rent should make
application aoon. For further particulars, apply
to J. B HaNN,
Iloutedalo, April, '77-3t on the prera lies.
NOTIt I Voile. Is hereby glren thet the
board of Hcbool Directors of the borough
of Osceola, will apply to th. Court of Common
Plane of Clrnrlleld oounty. at itt neat term, lor a
decree authorising. aid ttcbool Uireotorato borrow
fiva tboveand e6,oflf) dollars for builillng and
completing the building of a "chool House in
said borough ofOsceola. II. J. WALK Kit,
' Osceola, April II, 1877-41.
ADMixiwTKATtiiti.' mnii i:.
Notice Is hereby glren that Letters of Ad
ministration oo lb! aetata of WILLIAM It KLL,
late of Greenwood tnwn.blp, Clenrfleld Co., Pa.,
tlee'd, baring been duly granted (o the under,
signed, all persona Indebted to raid ertali will
pleaeo make immediate payment, and tho.o her.
ing alaime or demands will present them properly
lutbetiliratcil forsi llleraenl without drier.
X. M. IIOOVKK,
Uower, April 10, 1ST7-0te Admlnlstnlnrs.
DIHMOI.UTION NOTIt l.Notic. 1. here
by giren that the eo parliiarlhip hireto.
luraeitstlng between Frederick Haokclland Jebn
Q. Hohryver, diiing business in tbe borough of
Clearfield, under Ihe firm name of Kackelt A
Hchryrar, was dl.eolr.d oi the ltd day of April,
IH77, by mutual consent. The books of Iba
firm will remain at Ilia etore until the 1st of
May, where all knowing Ihomselrca Indebted
to tb. talc firm ean eall and ..ttle.
Cl.ai Held, April II, U77II.
"iltFHASTS' C0UET SAL1?
J Br V ALUiSLU XJ
Real Estate I
There will 1e Ixpnse I le public sale, In Clear
Saturday, April 1, iHtt,
the following described properly, to wit: All l
that certain tract or pi wee ef land sit fiat In Orn
ban towehln, Oleartield county. I'a., bounded on
the north by lands of Calvla Stei-l and Albert
Owe, on tbe snoih by land ef llenjsimla Opaek
man, on Iho west by land of Iaao Kyler, and on
Ibe east Ay land ol Martin nayior, enntaiatng
and all'iwunce, TA acres of which la el eared, bat
ing a twn-story frame dwelling hnuM, a one and
a naif etery story bouse, and a large new barn
thcrMin. Tnree orenaMs oi nae irutt trees, enm
prising apiile, peara, eberrles, and other frails
A spring of good water, and a i mall stream run
ning through the centre of the preuileoe.
One raft of oak and pine timber, a quaatliy of
acaiiooK, ana an aouatianoeoi leasing usaaar up
on tbo preen iees.
T a ana or Balk. One-third npna confirmation,
of aa.se. tbev balaaoe la two aqual annual pay
cwU, to y aeeurod b bond and isurtgit;s.
vtai. TTi.(neisi, I
OrohaW.tea, Marrt ll,)877at. -Aasa's.
Fine Farm at Private Sale !
ettuaU In n.i.t.af,la xttity, oat mil
Borth or rillt)t or num nuint, rultoa Co.,
tMDUinlng tbr tauadrfd ant, twenty. tight tons,
nun or leu, liioMtou. (rvel a&fj iittj Ituid,
under good 1U11 of euiuvtUioB. Tb ImproTo
nsnu oouiUtof frsvin dlliaff hoot, buk bfti-a,
43i7l feel, wagtiB btxl, oora orib, bug pom, bay
ealei, tv tfoasl houitM, kw mill, two youag
appla orchard! haaring Irutt, ono thuutaoil panol
piit and rail fanoa, flfij aorai toMdow, ooa bua
drad and Bftr acraa plu land. Tha balaooa
oooiiitt of 138 aoraa of wink pin,, ok and bUk
orjr liaibor. A .iraam oi nertr-frailiog wntar
nun through Utii iripny. making u partienlariv
I wJl adsi'tud to butb t'M'k and grKin rmitiog. If I
rallroada. i . tit aw.
8ammer. For tertna of eale, apply tn
S V. WILSON,
Loik llox 1-0, ClaarBeld, Pa.
ClrarDclJ, March 14, 187Mae
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
Facts for tbe Farmer Parts for tbe Merchant
Pacts for the Horseman k' nets for the Stook
raiser Knots for tbe Poultry. keeper Facts for
Ihe Uee - keeper Facts for tho Lawyer Facta for
the Laborer Faoti for tba lioetur Faets tor tbe
Dairyman Faots for tho Fruit-raiser Paets for
tho Gardener Facta for the Household Facts
fur every family who wants to save money.
FACTS FOB AGENTS.
That thia Is the most Imnnrtant advertisement ,
for you yot puUishnl, boins; tbe beat ehauoe lo
make monry ever ottered. 'I he ureas ondorses tt.
your own papur endorses it.tivery oue endorses It.
"The Book of the 10th Contury.
Male and female agents "ining money on It.
Seod to us at onee and (ft cirrnUrs free.
INGHAM, HMITH BLACK, .
731 Walnut street. Philadelphia, Pa.
epr. II, 77-8in.
JUST OPENED UP I
Tbe unde rsigned would oinnunoe to tbe eitUens
of Clearfield and vicinity, that be has eominenoed
TAannCaMura .f finopc
muuuiuviuio vi viuij
in Clear Sold, and will keon on hand a lam stock
of Arst -class eifrars wbiob be will soil at wholesale '
and retail. His etfrars art made from tbe best 1
leaf tobaoco, and warrantel to give aa tin taction, j
no a,o keep on bund a lull line of ttie best
Chew ing & Smoking Tobaccos,1
VIVEA, 8NLTF, ETC.,
hewer.. Retail dealer, .ipplied witb tb. be.ll
,.i n;.... i.-,.L. .. 'i ni. i--t,.v-. 1
which he invites the ntlrolion of smokers and
brands of Cigareutuitiag aid Chewing Tubaeeos,
at tbe lowest wlioienale pria-s.
A share of puUic patronage rcrpeclfutlj aolloited.
JiHH A. STOCK,
Hootn next door to Irt National Bank,
March 31, l(t77-ilm. Cleatfleld, Pn.
ISAAC JOHNSON, Esq.! District Treasurer
of tho borough of Clearfloid, In aooonnt with tba
lVr ami Koad fund, of raid borough for tbe tear
A. D. lP7t..-
POOH FUND DR.
To bfttnnee due at last settlement -4
To chock known as Mrs. Lodl check...
Fly amount paid ia orders
by Trees, percentage oa $2sl.l0 at S
By Auditor's fees...,
By balance due lVir fund
UOAli Ft NI) DU.
To Ulsncfl due attaet srttldmcnt 8'J 12
To amount of duplicate for 1KTA 1,429 32
To amount duo by Collector McClcliaii
on dunlicateor IH7 .124 IB
I) balance due Treas. Johnson SW Sfl
Be enaooatnaiil on order.....
$ .27 0.1
By loleraat on .rjor No. SS for $11
lie amount or eouron. aaailed
Us bal. in liandu ot Coll., tor JlcUlollaa,
Bjr balaneo in hanli af Colleolor Powell,
By ep.tcwent ore i.n ... aar.ae.
li.r Xreaa. per aeaUge oe 01,41.112 al J .
per eritt M 42 07
Ry autionery, elieolt book, etc ., 6 00
By AuJtl'.r leea 00
W' tho umlereirncd AinlitoMof tbebereuith of
Clearfield, di ocrlifv that we have eiainined the
accounts of liana Johuscn, liistrlct Treasurer of
said oorougo, and lini Ihetu as abovo stated.
II. W, HMITH.
t . A. W. Git AH AM,
C'.MrfUld, Ajirjl 1 1, '77-31- Auditors.
T IT V JUHOItH.
j List of Jurorl drawn for May term. A.
it. ij7, commencing on tbe sa MonUny-tb
21st day and eootinua for two weeks i ,
John Rtnith, niootn tap. Geo. Emerlok, Karthaus
U. 11. Luther. lirtvJy Asliley Thorn, Law run oo
Jos. K( ringer, 14 ;i. W. Hnyder. "
w. A. Hair. Uearntld (soo. Ardrry, Morris
J. L. I.e...,
M. A. Painter, Osceola
cavy, M. C. MeCnl v. "
Alt red Viuard, Cov'jton it.W. McNaul, sr., Pike
Gro. Kyler, Goshen . Win. T. Irwin, "
Ian't Curlcy, Graham H. V. McKendrleh. 44
D.M:Craukon, Mreenw'd Nathan linrs, Unltin
Geo. Klualey, Gulioh Ferdinand Ssrler.Uninn
Gee.V. McCullj, Oullch J. W. Alexander. Wood d
, Tnavinaa JiaoRi lar wksk.
II. L. MeOhec 1 ' A. lUushmao, Decatur
H'in. Newcomer, li
H ah. itcpliart, "
A. McCJarvpy, Thest
I Wm. Kuhns, Covington
Ue, Ntraw. Fergusun
Jo. rJsausinger, tllrard ,
II. II. Morrow, Unihen
John A. Fulton, "
lOllrer Hubler, Graham
i Kills W. felrans, " ,
KIward Conrad. Gulicb.
Hnm'l l,embcrt, Unt'ga
John ltork, UradXVd
David II. Lines, Urad
Jos. llrberling, '
J. f Mnlbolland H
J. A. Johnston, H
1'avid Hcams, "
I'an'l Goodlander, "
Jos. Byler, sr., "
F, N . lloL'kenlierry.lluro-
jT. VanDusen, Hnitsdslc
.'no. ii. Hewitt. Hustoa
side towonhln VVm. Coi. Knui
Jno.l'attereon.Ckarrield Ales. Heod, sr., Law'oe
John Porter, " Julio O. Bubryvor. "
D. 8. Wagoner, " !Jm. Ogden, "
0. D. UaUun " ' Harvey 1'assuiore, "
tleo. V. llusser,
S. B, llriJding, Morris
Gilbert loser, jr. Newb'g
A. C. Moure, Penn
Jahn Sheeter, I'ntoa
I). J. Kline, Woodward
K. M. ThoiuMon
Geo. Ksttlebcrger, "
Won. 6. Hull, Decatur
Klins Walk, "
David Patrick, "
TMAvahia JiTRoae 2n whkk.
Geo. Dilloa, Dtiocaria, 9. 0. Taylor, Gorhen
Jere Cooper, " iJai. K. Graham, "
Geo. Flcgal, R-cirs fo. W. (tiles, Uollch
Kdward Date, Uitt jr.ird Jsa, Gllligao, Jordan
Wm. Vainer, " Rnoch Krhard, Knot
Wm. B. Wright, Urudy lAiiles Hears, Lawrenee
Andrew Wall, :J, 11. Lvtle, "
Wm.llnttnn, tlurnslde (1. tl. Imin, "
W m. Heed, CIcarAeld
J, A. llftllrido,
(.'. P. Hnwles,
lter Myer, il orris
Jslin Hoover, "
raiac Msrkk, Kewbiug
a P. Itlandy, OscfoU
r. h. Smith, "
K 0. Head, "
Jno. Hulllhaa "
Jaa. MnKwrn, Chest
a. iiigiemnn,i;iivtngtoa Jm, tieary, jr., I'rnn
Jacob Mock, Dscalur ' .tames Caldwell, Pike
J. L. Thompson, " I H.H.Hanghman.Wood'd
John Lei 1,17, Uirard Jvfan W. H.illartj, Peon
In aocnrUnoft with an Ant of Dm ft finer 1 An
soa,tdv of thia Commnnwonlib, approved the Ud
day of Marrb. A. U. 1K70, and tlie mppl-meot
approved the Ud dny of Apt. I, A. V. iSiVrelat
ing to tbe eollentloo of taies In tbe eoitnly ef
tiearnrm, neuoe is .nereiure uereiiy given to i
the taxpayers residing in the diatriet holow !
namnd, that Ibe Oonaiy Treasnrr, In accordance 1
with the seeond svton of said Art, will attend I
at the pineal of holdina; the h..ronRh anr) township
elerlions oa the fulluwing namel daya, fop the
purpose oi rrftmng i" .mniy anil rtaio taxra
aisvseed for Ibe year 1177 :
For Clearfield borough and I.awrenea townibip,
Thnrtday and Friday. Mav fid and elk
For Unibea tp , Helurder, May A, from 10 te 4
For (lirard twp , Monday, May 7, from 10 to 4
For Karlhaus twp , Tuesday, May 8, from 9 to 4
For Covin (loo twp., Wrdnssd y, May 9, from 9 to
Tor Oraham Iwp , Thnrstlay, Msy 10, from 9 to,
4 oVIook. ,
For Morris twp, Filday, May 11, from 9 to 4
For lira. I ford twp , Balnrdny, May 11, from 19 t'
For W ooaear-l Iwp, Muoday. May 11, from II to
For llouiidnt borongb, Tuesday, May 1ft, from
9 to 4 o'eloek.
For Dreatur twp., V'cdneidav, May 1ft, from 9 to
For Osceele borough, Thursday. May 17, from 9
to 4 o'clork.
For Wtllaretoo boroagb, Friday, May 19, from T
to 1 1 a. m.
For Bofff.itwp, flatnrde;, Hay 19, from 19 ta ft
L'pon all Uaea l-aid an the Trea.urer then will
b. a raduetlon of flee aerct., while flea per oent.
anpeld late,, making a differene, ot TKN per
eeol. lo pranpt taxpayers. Parties sen, frees th,
l.t.f May, pay Ibelr taaea a, tba Treaeurer's
. The b.laac. ef tbedl.lrielawlll be elslUd
slier My Coart.
Notki ro Miiuaaea A ran opport.ilty
will a. glvew lo siterebaata to aoaa, forward at
Ike hue and plaaw, ael farth, aad Hft their
LlcenMfer 1077. DAVID MeOAlIIIKT,
CleaA.td, April 11 l7f;. Treannt, .
11)1 10 I
I OB PRINTING Of EVKRY DKSOBIP
U Hob saatly aiatmtad at tnlt at&oa.
bj Jamai Dana, lo tha Kxobango Utl
build log, at HontidaU. Thif If ona af tba b-t
buiinaai aUnda 1b tba borough of Houtidal. For
larna, nppl; to FA THICK DUN Ji,
J ar. il, 1877-flt ,ouU,Ii?l.
Tb nnderslraed will sell at orlvata sale all
that traet or parael of land aitaale la Deeatur
to nib id. Clearfield eouotv. Pau within a abort
distance of tbe Tyrone ClearAall R. K.( and
adjoioing lands of Hobort Hudson and atners,
and known as tbe Janob 11. Oearhart loL Tbe
jld traaiaanlaiaing 00 mr9M more or less, with
ooai aoeui eeiag leeoiopt . Will oe eviu .
upon eaey tertna, tor nartulara, apply to
DAVID L. Kit EDS.
ClearBold, Pa., July 13, 1K7B.
CHARLES C. PRATT,
Product) Commiflsioa ICorcha:
A i-BAt.ia in
405 Greenwich St., New York City.
SI arch 14, 18i;-Sm.
A NEW DEPARTURE
L T II 1 R S B t! U (I .
I Ureaft" int l be sold for CASH only,
I or in "aaffe fur produee. No books will U
kept in the future. All old accounts must be
r"'' These who oannol eoih op, wilt please
j band over tbeir notes and,
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I am dHermlood to sell mj irooJs tit cunh
priees, and at a diseonnt far below that aver
offered in this viclnitv. Tlie discount I allow mv
eui torn ore, will make then riob In twenty years it
J' " 'j" ! U" ' .J','I"
ID 1 wl" Py'h for wheat, oats and clover
aerd. DANIUL UOOiJLANDKR.
iiUtbenliurg, January IT, 1677.
Cornices & Mirrors,
-i The Largest and Finest Stock in the
City to Select from,
n SMALL rKOFlTS, 01R MOTTO.
ltd Contracts taken to FurnUb IIufs Com
plete. E EDMUNDSON dc SONS,
130 f.lbcrty Hi., '
Mar cb 14,
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE
- SPECIAL TAXES,
Majr 1, l47t, to April .IO, Imtn.
The Revl.eil Rletnt. of lb. t'nllnil Rlnl. Sm.
1 tione 02.12, 3117, and 1230, reoolr. every nerion
engaged in any buein.ee, aeooatiol, or employ-
ment wbicb renders blin liable to a Special Tai.
to nreeure and nlaca MutininMilt tn hta Mink.
11 id ment or place of bualners, a sump denoting
ma mur orgiDning msy, in, netore eommene
ing or continuing business after April 30, 177.
A return, as prescribed on form II, as also re
quired by law of every person liable to Special
Tax, aa above.
The Taxes embraced within the provisions af
ma igon quotea are tae following, ti :.
Hsetiflers , .,..$200
Dealers, rtall llffuor , 25 oo
Dealers, wholesale liquor ....,,... 19.) (IP
Dealera in malt liquore, wholesale 60 00
Dealer la malt liquors, retail SO 00
Dealers In leaf tobacco 26 Oi)
ItcUil dealers In tear tobacco H 5 00 60
And of sales of over 91,000, fifty mm is
for every dollar in evcess or $1,000, ,
Dealers In manufactured tobaeoo H. 6 0(1
Uanufacturara of stills .m....m 0 0(1
And for each still manufactured 20 90
And for each worm manufactured 20 00
Manufacturers of tobaeoo , ... 10 00
Manufacturers of elgnre.. 10 04)
Peddler of tobaoco, first elase (more than i
two horses ur other animals) (0 00
Peddlers of tobacco, eecond class (two '
horses or other animal.,),,,..,.., a., 2i Ofl I
ruddier s of tobacco, third class (one horie
or otberanimal) , It GO
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth elaas (oa foot
or puhlln conveyance) H, JO 00
Bra wars of lees than 600 barrels M 60 00
11 rowers of 60ti barrels or more 100 00
Any person so liable, who shall fall to ootnply
with tbe foregoing requirements will ba subject
io severe penal uee,
Persons or flrin. liable to pee anr of tbe rlpeeial
laiea aaaea aeaee, mast apply to 1IAV1U
EASON, Deputy Colleelor ot lalernal Heeeaae
at BrooltTille, JelTereMi eoaity, Pa , and tiny for
and procure the Mieeial.Tex Hteeap r tiunps
tbey need, prior lu May 1, 1877, and without
8poe!al-Tax Stamps will ba transmitted by
mail only on receipt from Ihe person or Inn or
dahns; llie same uf apeeifl, direetiana a. to do,
lOKetuer with the neeessary po.tago elamps or
Ihe aoaoant rennlred t, pay tbe postage The
postal, on vne stamp la tare, eenls, aud en two
sumps lii eeuts. If It is deslrsil that tbey Im
transmitted byre,istered mail, ten eente addition
ai should accompany tho applieation.
Taxea in all eeaes must be paid in money by
registered mail, PoetollteefrraVr, er U..tern draft.
Cluck.. ill not answer. UHKKN 11. HAI M,
Commissioner of Internal Reeanuo.
Oreici ue XiTi:iitiL llavneiii, 1 .
Washington, I). 0. Jet.JH, 1877. I
NEW REVISED EDITION,
Completo in 16 Volumes.
nl,reI7 re written
40 P tlmo.
K.erjlhlng brought down
llluslrated throughnnt with
Over "3,000 Illustrations
AND MAPS of .very country oi th. glob.. Sold
only by subscription. It Is not obligatory In
take ill tba eoluoaaa it uaea a volaota may be
drllrered one. a noalb, areneo ia two nonlba.
Tan oenta a day, tha price of a elger, will pay for
aet of CVOlAll'klilA Oil A lll-MONTHLY
HI IIHl'llll'TION In less than thro, yenrs. Then
there will be eoraclblng aabstantial saved and a
storehouse of knowledg., Inteeed a anieereal
library In Iteelf second, with but lilt gee, effort at
PRICE AND STYLE OF HINDI NO:
For Ultra Clolh, pet fol. I t Of
For Library Leather, par ol 0 01
For half Turkey Uoroawa, per eol 1 00
For half lliasia Extra QUI, par to) 0 to
Itt Fill UorooM Antlqn, pa rot........ It 00
For Fill losefa, per eol.-.... I N
Foe fartb,r Infumatlaa iddeaal
, t. M. WILLIAMSON,
PlUiik er's ageal, lit Sulk straw!,
Jil.ll,1070-1y. PllUWargh, Pi.
$. tSulwiburj gootF $Ut$t
HONESTY IS TH
BOOT & SH
You tliink lliot ii eoiily laid, but not
testimony, first, wo odor the follow
Women's laod lasting Shoes at $1.10
a. emir, pjct(eii Mies at l.zu
Misses anu Children's G
Mob 'a plueia;b 8bo.a at
Meo'a good dree. Rhoea at
llen'i eow biJe boot, at
Boy's Boots and Shoes
These are only a few articles, to show you that
our prices are mado to laret tbe wants of tbe
The way we manage to sell so low is this t Ws
have agents living in New York and Philadelphia
who are constantly buying for us large quantities
of what they tind good and eheap la eur line, so
tbut ne can sell under regular prleea aud still
nave a lair prooi.
We exchange all gnnds If not tolled. Wa re
turn tbe money, if lor any reason you are distat
unoa wun me goous purcnascil.
Second Street, opposite the Court House,
- Room formerly oeeupied by Lerer Flegel.
ClearQeld, )'., Jan. 11, 1877.
ff. g,. Jrrlt & ffo.'n (Column.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
' ' JUST HE
AD WIIL BE SOL
T. A. FLEC
(io to Fleck k Co.'s for
Go to Fleck k Co.'s for
Go lo Flock & Co.'s for
Oo to Flec k k Co.'s for
Go lo Fleck & Co.'s for
fio lo Flock k Co.'s for
Go lo Floik k Co.'s for
Go lo Flock k Co.'s for
Go to Flock k Co.'s for
Go to Fleck k Co.'s for
Go to Fleck k Co.'s for 'your cansitncrs.
Go to Fleck & Co.'s forjyoar whito Roods.
Go lo Flock k Co.'s for your while flannels.
Go to Fleck k Co.'s for your corsets.
Go lo Fleck k Co.'s for your kid gloves.
Go to Fleck k Co.'s for TW handkerchiefs.
Go to Flock k Co.'s for y our l'nof collars and cuffs.
Go to Flock k Co.'s Cor your hose.
Go to Fleck k Co.'s for
Oo lo Glcclc & Co.'rfor
Go to Fleck & Co.'o for
Go to Fleck & Co.'s for
Go to Fleck k Co.'s for
Go to Flock & Co.'s for
Go to Klsistfi Co.'s for
Go to Fleck & Co 's for
Go to Flock & Co.'s for
Go to Fleck & Co.'s for
Go to Fleck & Co.'s for
Go to Fleck & Co.'s for
(io to Fleck & Co.'s for
Go to Flock 4 Co.'s for
Go to Flock & Co.'s lor
Go to Fleck Ii Co.'s for
Go lu Flock & Co.'s for
Go lo Fleck k Co.'s for
Go lo Fleck k Co.'s for
. Having just laid 1
You will save mon
T. A. FLE
1)(LXT FAIL TO
Cloarftold, l' , F.
AT A. GUI
Ono Prico CI
YOU CAN BUY
A I'INE CASSIMEliK HAT
for ono dollar.
A FINE VEST
for ono dollar.
A TAIHOF COTTON A DK PANTS
for ono dollar. .
6 bbioo pnpor Collnro k 1 necktie
for ono dollar.
Our entire slock of Winter Clot
A good Multon Clolli Overcoat 14 00
A good Cai Inet Suit 8 00
And till other Article p
tall and see for yourself.
Old rtMUri HoUi Corair,
MAT SI 00
E BEST POLICY,
G'S IS THE BEST
o easily proved. Well, let m tike
ing price lint, which pcnk for lUelf.
U'..n....'. k... . .. 1 . U.. , II OA I
" - beet noroeoo 8boe. K J.IS
" U.l (eiuine eolf .bia aboee al i.U
-. ..VJea or baeed foaed eboea, fr I it an
I a aa, I ai
uuas at UKe.jjt prices.
H.n'a braey kip boota at $3.00
Mra'a Kluiraklp buou at 1.70
Mel', One ealf drM. boot, at 4.00
at still Lower Prices.
Now, you think that as we Sell so rbcan we
only take easb. Not so we lake any marketa
ble article, such ae grain of any kind, produee,
poultry, farm stoek, furs, shingles, hark. An., and
give yua goods at our list priees.
We also keen a full assortment of Hats. Cans.
and Gents' Purnlsbiag (Joods. which we guaran
tee to be of tbe beet quality, and will ba sold at
prices wnicn deiy competition.
Parties and Storekeepers la buying from as
will receive a reduction on regular price. Call
and see for'yoursolros.
Second Street, opposite tbe Court House,
CLKA BFIELD, PA,
Rood formerly leeopied by Lever Flcgal.
Clearfield, Pa.,J.n.!(, 1877.
Z. tttl f o.'s f olumn.
NEW SPRING GOODS I
D LOW FOB CASH,
K & CO.'S.
your dress goods.
your dry goods,
your block enshmero.
your colorod alpacas.
your black alpacas,
your plaid dress goods,
your calicoco and muslins,
your thirtings. .
your (able linens.
your back combs,
your millinery goods
your ladies' lials.
yon Indies' bonnets.
your black and colored sliiwls.
your whits shirts.
your colored shirts.
your ouspondors. '
your fancy goods.
your paper collars and cuffo.
your dross trimmings,
your shirt fronts,
your pins, needles and thread,
n a large stock of '
ey by buying your -
CK & CO.
CALL JM) SEE.
cbruary 21, 1S7
YOU CAN BUY
A SUIT OK UNDHR CLOTHING
for one dollar.
BIX PAIR COTTON HAI.K-HOSE
(or ono dollar.
SIX LINEN llANDKRRCniP.FS
for ono dollar.
A oo I of slcevo bnllona, atudaantl
collar bntton for ono dollar.
Iiing will be sold at greatly re
price). Aa all-wool CaeHirnor Suit
A Black DroM Coat
No trouble lo show goods.
(Nd ra OioM Conor
JTEAM SAW MILL,
3 AND BOILlaS TOM IALI.
The mhIhJ a.. ul.
fme, their eUaal aaw Bill, loeaud at WoIuum
toa, Olaaraelrf n... P. The ..... .nJ knil.M
re a. food aa na. Tba aloe of lha eeelne la
..an, and la la (oa. ralnini order. Tbejr will
olw eell tketr ahlufla and lata mill, and all tb.
w.rkln. eiaebinery la tba Bill. P.rtlee wilblnf
lo puraaaae.eaa eall oa or addreal
Clearnald, Pa, Jua. w, I8T4.
QOURT PMOCI.ANATION. '
nniniAa, lloi. 0. A. MAYER, Praaldeal
I ",u"$ . Ooarl of C..a ,Uu
"enly-ini Jadlelal Dl.ulel, ewpoeed of
eoaaUei ef Clearl.ld, C.ntr. old cliiua
-.i.V":Q"-"" ".Mi ail Mod. Vnciat B.
Court, Court of Quarter SeiiioBi. (ln.H n.w
ad Terminer, and Coart of General Jail Deliv
ery, at the Court House at Clearfield, la and for tha
oounty of Clearfield, eoumeasing on tha third
Holiday, tho wist day f May, 1H7T,
and to continue two weeks.
MOTICa IH, therefore, hereby given, U tha
Ooroaer, Jostieee f.d et. ji Constables,
m and for said eoanty ef Clearfield, te appear la
their proper persons, with their Record, Rolls,
Inquisitions, K laminations, and other Hemem
b ranees, to do those tblncs wbick to their ofiloaa.
and ia their behalf, pertain to bedone,
uy an Act or Assembly, passed the fith day of
May, A. D. 104, it is mado the duty of tha Jus
tices of tbe Peaeo of the several counties of thia
Commonwealth, ta return to tbe Clerk of lha
Court ef Quarter Sessions of tbe respective
eountica, all tba iwoogniianoes entered Into before
them by any persoa or persons charged with tha
oommission of any crime, exoept such eaaes as
may be ended before a Justice of the Peace, aa-
der existing laws, at least ten daya before tha
commencement of tba session of the Court to
whieb tbey ate me.e ratarnablerespeetlraly,and
In all eases where any recognisances are enured
into less than tea days before the commencement
of the session to which they are made returna
ble, tha said Justlcos are to return tho name in
tbe same manner aa If laid aot bad not been
"viik nnder my hand at ClearftiJ, thia 4th
day of April, ia tbo year of oar Lord, one
tbouannd eight hundred and eeeenty-eeves.
apr. 4 tc AttDUKW PKNTZ.Jr, Sheriff.
B X ITtTTlaTniO obtained for mechanical
r A I rtlf I iN devices, medical, or other
eMAi a V eo m poinds, ornamental do
signs, trade-marks, and labels. Caveats, Assign
menu, IntcrieeresMeee, etc.. promptly attended to
in van lions taat nave twee.
by tbe PatoMit Often may
n most eases be eo-
bras. Being oppo-
rr tne ratent unce, we ean make closer searches,
iM secure Patents more promptly and with
broader claims than those who are remou from
lit f dUll X VUU , m.k, eIMlaleaa
ree . eaarve, and adrls. as to pst.at ability.
ITteea low, ANU NO DHAHUH UHLL31
PATENT Ift HKCUHKD.
W, rarer la oUclal. la tb. PaUat OOle., aid to
toe-aoUm la .rer fitata ia tb, Uiioi. Addriaa,
;. a. iauw vu.,
Oppoilte Patent OOee, Wajhinjtoa, D. 0.
Not. 11, 1870-tf.
Woafd rasDectfullr aotifv the nubile (anarsJlv
that he haa removed his Grocery Store from
Shaw's Row, to tha building formerly oeeofied
by J. Mi lee K ratter, en Second street, neit door
to Bigler'e hardware store, when he Intends
keeping a full line of f
HAMS, DRIED BKKP aid LARD.
8ITOARS ud BY RPPS, of ill fradea.
TEAM, Green and Block.
COPPER, Roasted aid llreei. '
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
All kinds tn the market
PICKLES, Il jars and barrels.
SPICES, in etery form ud variety.
Al.t KINDS OV CRACKERS.
i DRIED PEACHES,
Coal Oil tuid Xaomp Criiiauuys.
And l good assortment of Uioee tninl, lanally
kept la a groeery atore, which hi will ,iehingi
for marketing at lha market prioe,.
Will Mil for cash as oheaply aj any ether ,i.
Pleaae oilllid see hi, stoek tad lode, lb,
ClearS eld, Jan. t, 18J7.
J. r. wiiTll.
.w. w. lira
WEAVER A BTTS
An offering, it th. ,14 staio of O. L. Road A Co
their stock of goods, eonitstlig of
DRY - GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS k CAPS, UARDWARK,
FL0UE, FEED, SALT, 4o., 4o,,
At th. Host reasonable rales for CASH or Ii
Square Timber, Boards, Shingles,
OR COUNTRY PR0DVCI.
eT'Adraaees Bade to those engaged ia get
ting oat iqaar, tisator oa tha Boat advantageou
terms. v BdtljaaTI
HARTSWICK & IRWIN
PAINTS, CMS, DYE STUFF
' fancy oods
OF ALL KINDS,
pvrb myss and uqvoss
fir Bssdl.tasJ pupoMO,
Trasm, Sepportere, fteheol Book, aad Station.
erj, aao aii otaar artleles aseell?
fend ii Drag Store.
PHYstfTTANS' PRMCRIPTIONS CARE
FULLY COMPOUNDED. U..I.. a
CirioBMi la th. biaiaas, Ue, aaa ilea satire sat.
1. a. RARNWICK,.
JOHN F. IMWIN.
Clearleld, Deeeabrr 10, 1174.