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I We bave
, printed lerge number of tbe
old will oa I . lef twesty
III MOP ll X
HI Mil Kll CITT, PA.
ju.tHMl announce, la hit old friend
..j ...imri the! hi baa upened a food Una el
OHoFBRli l-KOVIHIoViS 11 if. old .....I
of Kirk A Speneer, ' "kick toilette llb.r.1
..iniiiM II. W. HPBNCRR.
RRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
Stove Lining and Fire Brick,
. kept oenatanUy on hood.
STOXE AD EARTHED WARE
OF HVERY DRHCRIPTION I
CROCKS! P0TS1 CROCKS:
Fleher'. Patent Airtight slf Stealing
fruit Cim I
BUTTER CROCKS, wllk lldl,
CRBAM CROCKS, MILK CROCKS,
FLOWER POTS, PIB DISHES,
Aaa' graot atony other thlnge too nuaaeroal to
BOHIOQ, 10 DO 008 U
STONE - WARE POTTERY,
Coraor ot Cherry and Third sitreeta,
A. r. eoxica. a. tTcoBKLB. a. bbilsbci
CILK1I, McCORELE & CO. S
(Saoouoora to Jnha Uutlob),
Market Mtreot ClurfleUL Pa.
Wt uumfftotart all kidi of Fnrnitara for
Chamber, Dtiiiag Eooni. Ltbrttrtti and tUUa.
If yoa waul Fursttur f any kiad, don't bay
nam yon at oar aiock.
Id all It branehaa. Wa Iwp ia itoek all tbr
latait and Moat improve! (Jumna and Uuktl,
and bar mry laallltjrfor pmparljr ana
tfaotiog thia branok of omr buainaaa
Wa bava a patot OnrtM Pra
arror, ia trbfeti bodiaa aaa
ba praMrvad for a con
i aidarabto kngta af
- tint. .
A ataW of lha Una baa bit ilMfilni apart
Ml at oar wan vota, when be can be fused b
ao; paraoa who eon at aibt for tbo purpoaa oi
arou aring aomaa.
OPLIOH, MtCORltLK CO.
ClMrflald, Pa.. Mat It), '76-lj.
A. G. KRAMER & CO.,
Roobb No. 4, Pie. Opera llunoe,
' ' ' Clearlleld, Pa.
Kaep ooBttaatly OB kaBd
' ': r SODA,
. , j COAL OIL,
Canud and Drlod Fratti, Tobaooo, Cigar", Can
dlM, CI Jar Vtoagor, BalUr, Bggi, Ao.
ALSO, BXTRA OMB MADE
Wheal and Buckwheat Flour,
Corn Meal, Chop, Feed, 4o., "S
All of whloh will ba told ebaap for esah or ia
Olcbaag. for ooBBiTj prodaoa.
A. 0. KRAMER A CO.
ClMrllald, Wot. U HTt. lf
rt j a
A Stcp.li.vo Remrdv foi Diuasis akd
Ixjuaits of Tim Skixi A Healtiifiil
ILAUTFIER UP THE COMPLEXION A
kkliatlk meahi of preventing axd
Kelikvino Rheumatism ako Colt, and
as Unequaled Disinfectant, Deodo.
R IEEE AND CotlNTEE lEEITANT.
airnn't Su;inr Sonp, bnMn Mailt,
caling local dineakn of the akin, banishea do-(l-cu
of the complexion, and imparta to it
gratifying cleaneia anil amoulhneu.
Slllllh r Hnth arc crlebratrd for curing
CKiplioni and other diieaiea of the akin, aa
well a khetimalism and Gout. Olenn't
Sultlidr Soap proilucet the lame cllccu
at a ami iriding eapcnie. Thia admiratile
apecific also apcediljr hrala mi, hruiin. mUt,
iurm, tfninr and nth. Il rcmom dandruff
and prevent! the hair from (ailing out and
Soihing and linen uteri In the lick room
unfocll and diaeaaea communicable br
contact wilh the peraon, prerenled br it.
The Medical Fralcmilr unction ill use,
Prices-SS and SO Cents per Cake; Per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N. B. Bu n. Una caVea and ihmln
&oU by all DniB(iMa.
"HILl'S HAIR AKD WHIRKKR MB,"
wn mr orawi, 99 (
C. I. CWTTEJTOJI, Prop'r, 7 Sixth jW.,1!.
Guarded the IHghttt Tfeef if a I
E. & H.T. ANTHONY & CO.,
SM Broadway, New York,
(Opp. Notropelitaa Hotel),
aaiiePAeytaant, impobtbu aaa pbalku.
CHROMOS & FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES dt VIEWS
Albame, e)rapbeirftpee. Pbotorapba, aad kindred
gooda ueiebritiee, Aetreaaea, o.,
W. are keadquartort for ararjlklag la th. way ef
Stereojtiooai and SC&o Laatsnu,
vamg nanaiaciurera oi tao
micro scientific lantern,
SCHOOL LANTRRk, BAMILT LANTERN,
PEOPLE S LAM1KKN.
Each atyle being tko boat of He alaaa la the
Calalotueo ef Laaterae aad Slide., wllk dlree
iioae nre aalag, aaat oa applloatioa.
Aay eaiarprtaiag aua eaa aake oaay wltk a
JB- V l.i, or. la eke Cealoaalal Bipealtloa will
do wily to deTae parekaeio. .node ia oar Ilea
eatil tkey oobm to owe etoro ia Now Ynek. wkoro
laoy win aao greeueeenety aad aioro eatieWrele
prleeo, aad eaa ..loet Ikoa M their lolaare. B.I
are ban a eoeoMeioa to eU aa at) lee of oar
(Mde ta Uo e.lldlag of tbe DepertaaeM of Pabli,
Coafort, aad tbeeo aet eealag to Naw leek are
larltod to ooNoa ear rr-reaaaloliM tbeeo.
-A far) Hook ef View, ef Ike tajootu.a
aad tbotr eoa'.cate.
i t-Cat eattajMeeeilwaaatlwfoIkteaee.-em
iaaef, L. 1
wi wiwii mini 111
OOT ANDSUOB MAKING.
J08BPB H. DRRKINII. Market ilraot. I
thaw'. Row, Clearleld. Pa., kaejo.t reoeleed
loo lot of Freeeb Coif Sbln.aad Kip., Ike
imi is too Barbel, ood to no prepares to raeo
ireclure .rerythl.g la til lino. Uo "Ul eel -rant
hit work to bo oo repeeeoBted.
Alt.., oil kiada ( LeaUer oud bkee Fiadiage
Too ellitoBi of Clearfield BBd vicinity ar.
-.apeotfully inriud to giro kim b eall.
Work doae at ihort autioo. Mft.1t
fhe Bell's Run Woolen Factory
. 6,-JtUjtar'-. vti-S fiJ'.v .,,
.,B..U R.W., D U PI
Tbaaubwrlbara bava, at graat atpanM.rabullt a
atlf bborbood ateaaaityt la tha araatloa of a Irat
olaaa Woolea ManataotorT. Ub all lha nodara
Improvemanti aitaobad, and ara prepared to make
all kinda of Clutha, Caaaiinaraa, Haitnatu, Blaa
baU, Flannel a, As. Flamy uf guoda oa band to
aupply all oar old aud a tbaiand naw euitoiaan
woum we aaa 10 eoma and axaiaina war atvak.
Tba bailoaaa of
CARDING AND FULLING
will raoalra oar aapeelal attantloa. Proper
arratigananU will ba made to rewire and deliver
Wool, to auit ouatumora. All work warranted and
done upon tbo abortaat nut lea, and by atriat atten
tion to builoeia we bope to real tie a liberal a hart
11 puoiio patronaga.
lOJMM POUNDS WOOL WANTED!
Wt will pay tha bighaat market price fur wo
and !) oar manufaotured gooda at low at almtlar
tfooda oan be bought In tba ooumy, and whenever
wa tail to render reasonable aatlaraetloa we aaa
alwayt be found at borne ready to make proper
-tipianaiiOB, eiiner in pertea or ny letter.
JAMK8 JOHNHON A HONS,
apriltntf Bower P. 0
IIAVB NO BPPECT
IN FRENCH YILLE I
I am aware that then ara aome peraona a Uttlr
lard to pieaae, and I am aiao aware that tbe
nju plaint of "hard titoea" la wall oicb univeraal
liut I am ao altuated now that I ean aatiify tbi
ormer and prove ooooluaively that "hard time
ill not effect tboae wbo buy their gooda from me.
md all my patrona aball ha initiated Into tha aa
UOW TO AVOID HARD TIMES
t bava gooda enough to nptly ell tbr Inhabl
ante in the lower end of tbe county which I tell
a Mieeeding low rate from mymniamotb eture la
4UL80NUURU.eibera I eaa alwava ba faana
ready to wait upon eallera and lupuly tbem wltb
Dry Goods of all kinds,
rtaob at Clotba, Batlnetta, Canimerea, Moallaa,
Uelaiaea, tinea, OHIhaga, Caheoea,
Trimmioga, Ribbona, Lace,
Readjr-made Clothing, Boota and Shoes, HaU and
;apa all vt thm beat material and made to order
Hoae, floeaa, Ulovea, Mitten a, Laoea, Ribbona, Ao.
UROCKRIES OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rlre, Molaaiaa, Flab, Salt
Fork, Linaeed Oil. fiah Oil, t'arbon Oil.
Hardware, Qaeenaware. Tinware, Caattnga, Plowa
md Plow taatinga, Naila, enihaa. Corn tnltiva
tora, Cider Preaaea.aDd all kinda of Axea.
Perfamcry, Patau, Varaiah, Ulaaa, and a general
aaaortment or atationary,
Of different brands, alwaya oa hand, and will b
014 at tbe leweat poaaible ngurea.
U. MeClatn'a Uedieinea, Jayne'a Hedloiaat
UoaUtUr a and Hoof and 'a Bit tare.
6001 noanda of Wool wanted for which tbe
highest pnoa will be paid. Cloveraeed oa bano
and for sale at tba loweat market prwa.
Also, Agent for Btrattnnvilla and CarwensTllle
Ism. Call and tea for ronraelrea. Ton will Ind
everything aaaally kept in a retail store.
L. M. COUDRIET.
Frenehvllle P. 0., Anguat IS, 1874.
BIGLER, YOUNG & REED,
(Saoeessora to Boyatoa A Young,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
fOETABLE & STATION! IT
Corner of Fourth aad Piao Blraott,
TT AVISO engaged la tho otaaafaetura of I
U. olaaa MACIIINIRT,oraapMlfoBrlBfora
h. poblio that ara are Bow prepared to III all
order, aa cheaply aBd aa promptly ai eaa bo done
la any of tha ollUa. W . aunafaetaro and deal la
Malay and Circular Saw-Mills
Bead Bloeka, Water Whaell, Shafting Paflay.,
Olgord'a InJstor, gaaaaa Oaagea, Staaaa Whiatlea,
Ollara, Talloo Cope, Oil Cope, Gauge Cook a, Air
Coeka, Oloba Valrai, Cboek Voire,, wrongbt Irea
Plpoa, S.mbj Paaipa, Boiler FMd Paaipa, Aatt
Friotioa Metrea, Soap Stone Packing. Qam Paoh
ag, and all kinda of MILL WORK f tng.iWr
altk Plowa, Sled Solaa,
COOK AND PA It LOR STO VIS,
and other CASTINGS of all kinda.
T-Or0era oolloiled and tiled at elty price.
All letter, of laoalry wltk refereaee to aaaokiaery
at oar manafaelare proiaptlj aaawodL kl
lag aa at Cloarleld, Pa. -Jaal74.tr
BKiLER. TOPNB 1 RKRD
JAS. II. LYTLK,
(Sueeeaeor U LYTLB A MITCIIBLLi
WHOLESALE AND RETAtU,
CHOKE IIS OF TUB..
00 ON H.
IMP I in,
KNUl'.lli hi II Ia
Panel la Fiatkot,
BUTTKIk AS '1 IdOS.
Will to keet aoavae
fcr Ooaatry Prodaaa.
rat eoet, Caah paid
Maekeret, LaM, Barring, Cod, Aev
Rrut PieeJee aad EagSok Pieklee..
HIW AND rRKIV -H
Cera Mat, Owl .
iAR. 1 1, LtTLL
WEDNESDAY HORNING. APRIL IS, IST7.
NEW RADICAL NATIOMAL MVMN.
Mr parly, 'tie or Ihee,
And oil thy trickery I
Ul thee I .log i
For Ihee biiw wall wo lied I
Ju.ltee and law dolled !
, Ureal fraud 00 errry side, '
Fur bold ravoallly.
Pledge we oar lave
Though fraud lair freedom kill.
Fraue all our poekela Alia r
Our heart witk rapture thrill.,
All ehaaee above
Reluming Board., to thee.
And Bradley equally,
To tbee wo aiog
Againat tbe trulb and right,
Aiid Iraud upheld by aaigbu
Long nay wo lira to 6ght,
U llayia, oar Kiogl
COMPLEXION OF THE NEST
A DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY OF TEN ON TUB
FlRoT CALL OF THE ROLL.
Hpeelal Dlapatok to Ibo New York Sua.
'Vasiiinoton, April 7. Enough cer
tificate huvo now been mudo uee of in
pitying mo m burn, and in other mutton
requiring quun decision upon the roll
of tho next House, to ehow tbat at tbe
opening tbe Democratic) majority will
be ten or eleven, and when the aeata
ure lull, rliVeen. The luuie in regard
to tbe make-up ol tbe next llouae of
Reprvaentatirea bare now been ascer
tained with a sufficient certainty to
net at real any further apcculationa
upon tbat subject. All tbe certificate
of elections of members bava not yet
been received by tbe Clerk of the
llouae, Mr. Adams. Only about 260
of tbe 293 members of the llouae have
thus fur received their pay under tbo
authority of the Clerk and Sergennt-
at-arma. If Mr. Adams were to place
upon his roll tbe names of all Republi
cans whose election is claimed, the
House would stand 149 Democrats to
144 Republicans, thus giving the Dem
ocrats a majority of five. Tbo Repub
licans claim tbat tbe rolls should thus
be mado up. Tbe doubtful districts,
whose representatives bavo not yet
been placed upon the roll, by tbe Clerk,
are nine in number, as follows : Two
in Louisiana, two in Florida, two in
Miaaouri, one in Sou lb Carolina, one in
California. The courts in Caiitornia
bavo decided in favor ot tbo right ol
Mr. Tucheo, Irom the Fourth district
ol thai Slnto, to the certificate, and il
will be given to bin) by tbo Governor,
thus insuring tbe placing oi bis name
upon tbe rolls. Tbo Courts will un
doubtedly decide in favor of tbe Re
publican claimants in two Missouri dis
tricts, giving ihem also tbe right to
bav their names placed upon the rolls.
fbo prima facie case of the Kepubli
cun Representative from South Caru
lina whose scat is disputed also seems
to be a good one, aud be will undoubt
edly be placed upon tbe rolls. Tbie
would leave only five members in dis
pute, and there is every reason to be
lievo that tbe House will be thus made
up when il assembles on tbe 4th ul
June, namely: The Clerk will recog
nize 288 member as present, of whom
149 will ba Democrats, and 139 will ba
Republicans. It is barely possible
that the number of Republicans mat
be one less, through tbe fuiliire oi tbe
courts to decide in one of the Missouri
cases. It will be seen tbat tbis trivet.
tbe Democrats a majority of ten or
eleven, instead ol five, as claimed by
ibe Republicans. Tba five disputed
dietricts'Waheub, will not be represented
on tho assembling uf the House are
two in Louisiana, two in Florida, from
which there are a double set of returns,
ana one tn Colorado. In tbe latter
case tboro is a legal question involved
concerning tbe rigbt of Mr. fielford,
wbo has the Governor's certificate, to
take bis seat, on account of the man.
nor in which be was voted lor last au
lumn. In tbe Florida case Governor
Hteunis gave two certificates to Re
publican members. Tbe returns were
alter ward recanvassed by the new Re
turning Board under tbe authority ol
an act ol tbe Legislature, and Governor
Draw cortifiod tbat two Democrat
were elected. Mr. Adams will not un
Klcrtuke to decide between these two
delegations, but will leave tbe name.
ol' both off the . roll. In Louisiana
Kellogg rartificd to tbe election oi' lour
Republicans and two Democrats, but
tbr Democrats claim to bave given
certificates to four Democrats, leaving
two districts in dispute. When tbe
House comes to act on tbo admission
of these five disputed delegations, il
will undoubtedly vole to admit two
Democrats from Florida and two from
Louisiuna, thus carrying the number
ot Democrats in tbe House up to 153.
While the caseof llellord will probably
be relcrred to the J udiciary Committee,
i'acheco, of California, will be unsealed
at A very early period in tbe session,
so that tbe Democrats will bave a
working majority of at least fifteen in
A SAD CUNPHSSloy.
Tbo New York 7W6un bas at last
coma to the conclusion that the South
ern Tolicy of the Republican party in
all iLsaKiecis bas been aauller failure.
Carpet-bag rule through negro suffrage,
il declares, baa been an attempt to
make tbe political pyramid so wisely
constructed by tbe lathers of tbe con
stitution "stand on its aex." Tbis is
a sad conlession. Hut bow much bas
it cost the country, and esjiecially tbe
States of the South, to learn the lesson
of tbe last ten years? The negroes oi
the South have been forced upon ''the
bench and tbe jury box, they have
mado laws, collected tbe revenue,
bandied tbe money DOME EVERY
THING EXCEPT PAY TAXES."
With every oportuniiy to develope
their capacity the Tribune admits that
as a race they are idle, ignorant and
vicious." Tnis is a harsh and, we be
lieve, a hasty Judgment. The position
in which tbe negroes have been placed
between the adventurers who used
ibem for tbeir own selfish ends and the
white men of the South to whom they
had occupied tba relatione of slave
will account for tbeir (ail urea aa oili-
sens aa much as tha Inherent vices of
their character. It must take a gen
eration or two before tba colored race
of th South will abow much apitluds
fur the management of political affairs,
and those who expect that the would
at ones enter spun tha ialelligent per
tormano of th -tiea el eiUseasbip
vino their .apaUaMtiaeUM of tlasir
good Judgment. It will not do for
tbom to indulgo in lll naturod abuse ol
tho ioor ocrook now thai they bavo
dincovurtxl tbuir nilnluko. Tbe froed
mon of tha South did not aotik tbe
urivilege of suffrage, and thoy would
bave bwu oontunt to do without il but
for the at'ttl of their prolendi-d friundn,
wbo hoped with audi muturiuU to ati
cure tbo foundutions of tbuir pulillcul
jiower. Tbe manner in which tbe
t'rvedmun bare bundled I he bullotahow
MSV!.H"nJ.tlr,. .-laaj K
nuttini, the bf.ot Into the fl-U of lli
freedmun uf tbe South before the grout
mujority had a glimmering conception
ol Its meaning bus justified the preilic
tionsol il opponents. Morluiiandothc'i
sagacious Republican politicians fore'
told precisely that which the Tribunr
'amenta. They saw ihut nothing could
he more wild and absurd tliitu the ul
tempt to confer sull govunimviil upon
a race of slaves who hud as little cu
pacity (or it as tbeir forefathers in the
jungles of Africa. The authors of the
experiment ussunied tbul the igimrun
fluid bunds uf the South who hud been
kept in servitude and syslumiitlcully
deprived uf ull knowledge of political
uffuirs should at one bound us by in
instinct acquire the art uf adininiatru
tion and government which a eiioi'ior
race bus been struggling to attain
through tbe centuries. When tho ex
perimeiit bus lulled olio portion of its
advocates like Wendell Phillips de
nounce the Southern white aa the
cause, while the sthnrs like the Tribune
fall to abusing tho poor negroes for
"stealing chickens" and "lor sitting on
tbe fence lor amusement."
Both sides are equally illogical. The
fault of this political failure is less in
the negroes and their butter endowed
wbito neighbors than in the conditions
tbat surround tbem. But negro sul
fruge is a fixed fuel and what remains
is to make iho best of it instead ol
abusing its recipients. With the end
of carpet-bug rule, which can be said
to scarcely exist except in the twu
Slate, ot Louisiana and South Carolina,
there will be a decided improvement
in lha political aitualion. In all Ibe
other Stales of the South bill these
peace and harmony prevail among tbe
races. Tbe conflicts which tbe carpet,
baggers succeeded so well in provuk
ing have almost ecujed. The freednien
ure brought once more into amicable
relations wilh tbe whites. Asa rule
they accept with docility tbe advice ot
tbuir former masters on political sub
jecls when their auspicious are not
uroused by tbe strangers ami adven
turers who go amonglbem. Separated
further and further liora the traditions
of servitude as the generations pass
they will grow better fitted for all the
duties uf free citizenship. If they sub
in it iur mure readily to tbe domination
ot while men than w compatible with
true ideas of Republicanism tbis is an
evil that could bave been anticipated
by tbe advocates ol negro suffrage and
it is an evil that will last under some
modified form as long as the suieriiri-
ty uf ono race over iho other shall as
sert itself. Ilarritburg Patriot.
BROTHER ZKR ULON P1IILL IPS
GONE WHERE THE WOOD-
A despatch to the New York IIVM
Irom Amsterdam, N. Y., says :
"There seems to be no doubt that
Rev. Zebulon Phillips, one of the most
prominent and trusted business men of
tbis part of the State ba absconded
with a largo amonnt of money belong
ing to a firm of which be is a member,
and bas managed to elude pursuit.
Mr. Phillips began life as a Methodist
preacher and' was a member ot the
Troy conference, filling somo of tho
most important charges in ita gift. He
was formerly financial manager of the
school in Troy. Some time ago be ra
signed from the ministry and became
a member of tbe banking firm of Mor
ris & Phillips of this village. Subse
quently he obtained an interest in an
extensive knit goods manufactory in
Amsterdam, tbe firm name being Phil
lips, Gsnliner k Co. Phillips' partner
resigned tbe entire financial manage
ment of the concern to Phillips. A
short time ago cor tain irregular pro
ceedingswere noticed by tbem in Phil
lips' management, among them being
the drawing of notes in the firm name,
and Using the proceeds for bis personal
benefit, ibis matter was arranged
however, to the satisfaction of the firm,
On the 21st Inst., one of the members
of the firm was surprised to receive
intelligence from one of the banks of
this place tbat it had several checks
given by the firm on a Schenectady
hank, and which Mr. Phillips had had
cashed at the home bank. Invostiira
tion into tho matter remlto I In the
lata that Phillips hail drawn checks for
large turns on the 19th, 20th and 21st,
all in banks in Schenectady, and all ot
which the Amsterdam banks hud hon
ored. A call was made at Phillips'
residence, but ho was not at homo, and
has not been home since. A dispatch
was received on Monday by his lamily
from him, dated Baltimore. Further
than this no trace ol the ahsoin.l.ir
has been obtained, more than he told
r...t. i.. u-i.i ....
H, uaiuniure mat ne a going
to ivuicago. i no lad of Phillips' di
ppearanco Wa kept a qulot aa possi
ble, his friend believing that he would
return in a few days and arrange
everything. Ho hope is now enter
tained that he will. The exact amount
of tbe defalcation is not nuhlidv
knuwn yet, but it ia tha general belief
tbat it will be found to be very lar.ru.
The confidence tbat had been uiven to
Phillip by the entire community of
an cibs-cs wa unbounded. Many peo
ple are charitable enough inclined to
declare their belief that he I insane.
the greatest excitement prevails over
John Frost, tbe Cbarlistchiel who
instigated tbedisiurbance at Newport,
England, in 1836, and was banished to
Van Diemen's Land, but was pardoned
after the Crimean war, now lives in
seclusion and in poverty in Wale. He
i ninety-three year old. Sir Edward
Watkin bas Interested himself In be
half of tha veteran agitator, and col
lifted a considerable fund for h is benefit,
Craty II ore and fifteen thousand
warrior encamped north of Bear
Buttle creek, Dakota, on Wednesday
night, on their way to 8otUd Tail
Agency to surrender. They report
tbst Sitting BuU will aeeept no terms.
and is iwtrstviipg ut tbe British possessions.
A MAIL HOBBHR'S CONFESSION.
KTRAI.IN0 AN AVERAOB tP TWBNTY LET-
TkHI A DAT FOR BIX MONTHS,
Hiiet'ial Agent Sharrutta of tho Pout
Orriee eaitiired mail robber renter
day who baa defied detection fur
inontha, and who bus unjiiHtly drawn
auaik'iun iipun eniilo)fi in the de
partment, ' The eomplulnt waa made
by the proprietor of a weekly iiowh
pupur, who inlKMid man)' It tters ton-
lalniiiif niouuv.'. lie rwluawd . tc eiiler I
i P"S "d a wali h J.ut on tbe
lurk at the box delivery window
They were coiisluntly changed to see
il the thelt would cease, Decoy II I
ly r niMainij.g; marked money were
resorted to, and Mhcn tbe culprit was
arrested some of the marked bill were
liiund in his Ms.essioli by i.ftlccr
It lack wood. The prisoner, whose
name the speciul agent withheld at the
request ol the newspaper owner, suid :
"1 begun to open Idlers lust July.
Out ol the first one I look III. and I
I lit ii looked thul 1 wen Id tuku no
mure. Having acted dishonestly to
ward my employer I look no more let
ters lor two or three days. However,
the itmptuiion wus loo strung, and I
continued to open one or two more
letters, 1 lliutight that II tbe loss was
discovered It would be blamed on ti e
Post Office. After awhile, however,
there suutuee) to he a perfect infutua
lion for me ia taking the letters. Re
ceiving a ssjury ul only 112 a week,
out ot which 1 bad to pay 16 tor board.
I bad not much money lull. Having
neither home nor mrvnts, 1 got into
habits that cult money to keep up. and
1 continued to luko ubout twenty let
ters a day on an average. Those con
taining money orders I destroyed, and
kept only tlmso thai contained cash.
In Ibis niunuer I think thul I made
about 112 a week. In October 1 slop
pud taking Iftlers, but in tlio mean
time I bud juiiied a crack Nutiunui
Ciuurd regiment, and suffered great in
convenience from luck uf funds. 1
look no more letter tor some time, and
to-day is the first time in three weeks
that 1 bave taken a letter. 1 think
that I ho money I got Irom the letters
will i.ot exceed 1150. 1 have luken
a very laige number uf letters, but
cannot tell bow many."
Tho prisoner is twenty six years
old. His offence nut coming under
the Post Office luws, be wus surrender
ed to bis employer to be dealt wilb as
he sees proper. N. Y. Sun.
A MARRIED WOMAN'S JUDG
Tbe Hurrisburg lndqxmUnt says:
In the cuse uf John Weaver and Re
becca Weaver, his wife, vs. Lucas
Krenig, in an act ot ejectment. Judge
Henderson has recently filed a docis
ion lliut.Iiebieca Weaver being a wfr
ried tcomtin, the judgment was null and
the levy and sulu being illegal, con
lerred no title iikui M'linma, tbe pur
chaser. Under those instructions tbe
jury lound lor the plaintiffs the lund
described on the writ, with six cents
damage und six cents cost.
Tbe fuels in the case are as follows :
On tbe 1st of April 1871, Uenjumiii
Zurtur and wifu ennvuyeil to thvfr
daughter Rubecua Weaver, one acre
and eighty perches uf land in Susque
hanna township, wilh tho improve
ments, consisting of a bouse, barn and
uther buildings, tbr the sum ot 12,000.
On the 2Clh of August 1872, Christian
Itiimma sold to bur husband, John
Weaver, the furniture and liquors ul a
hotel in the Seventh ward, and obtain
ed from Weaver and wile a mortgage
ot 1387 with a judgment bond. Mum
ma entered the judgment, levied upon
tbe real estate, Condemned, sold and
purchased the same al sheriffs sale tbr
11,425. He then sold to Mr. Kemiig
for tho sum of 12,500, wbo obtained
possession. This action was brought
to recover the land.
Tbe decision t in accordance with
numerous opinions of the Supreme
Court, and establishes the principle
that obligations given by a married tro
man unless tor purchase money accom
panied by bond and mortgugu are void
Encouraged, purhups, by Itisbop
Gilbert Haven's return from Africa,
tho New Rnirland Methodists have
broken out sguin. They are always
breaking out; but fortunately their
liseasos are neither confluent nor epi-
demic. We say the Muthodists, hut
that is an unfair generalization ; we
mean the Methodist preacher of New
England. Theso turbulent parsons
have a way ol coining together now
and then and resolving lhi-mmdvts into
a sort of committee uf the whole on
(he slate ol the Union. The print-lpul
object ol these demonstrations ia to
call the attention ol the world to their
existence ; they have no other way ol
gutting into tho Associated Press dis
patches, unless indued they resort, as
they occasionally do, to the arraign
ment of ono ot their number tor scan
dalous conduct. Some time atm they
had a rip-roaring meeting.at which they
nominated President Grant for a third
term, Bishop Haven being their spokes.
man. Ilia country did not resjioud
itn unanimity : in fuel Uaven a stumn
speech and stump prayer became such
luiighing stock thul il was thouubl
advisshlu that he should go on a mis
sionary journey to Africa. When be
came back he lound, liko old Mother
Hubbard, that tba dog-that is to say.
his candidate lor a third terra was
duad. A new king bad arisen wbo knew
uot Gilnt rt and had little sympathy
with his school. Mr. Hayes had de
clined the proiTured now in tbe Mutro-
poiitan sanctuary, where Parson New
man officiated, and worshipped after
Ibe fashion uf his lathers in the plebe
ian rosi.dry Church, which bad placed
its ptilpit at the disposal of a Southern
Methodist. Whether this has anything
to do with Ibo present leuliug of the
JNew Jvngland parsons it Is premature
to aay, but it would be just like New
man and Haven to take revenge by
such a fire In the President's rear as
broke out yesterday at Lynn.
Tberesolutioniwbk'b were read amid
great applause and roterred to a special
committee, are a marvel in tbeir way.
Tha parsons are alarmed and filled
with apprehension in view of the
practical aale of tha Repuhlicaa party
by Senator Matthews and Representa
tive Footer, thua sacrificing irinripM)
and party and riuhtMusriea for the
sake el temporary aeeeass, atnl ibey
protest sa vtxifereaaly aa a want Mat
ing of pot-house politicians agalntt tbe
action of the new administration In
recognising the Hampton tiovornment
in South Carolina. Hut this wasn't
the mild way In which they put it.
Willi that charily which Ihinketh uo
evil they call Senalor-elect Duller the
chiel of the Ku-Kliix ami instigator of
the Hamburg mussucre, and denounce
Governor Hampton as thutarch oneiiiy
of the Republic, who long since ought
to have been hung lor treason. It is
' W S.V..UJ tt'rtrtv,M;tMu -. tl e.y
PeTSSLf HfckeUIO IvasyaSrpaCaem
White House, as well as on railroad
platforms and in other public places,
defies the government and bullies tbe
President into couipliaucu with bis
traitorous und wicked usurpations.
Lei us see, Huve we iml hcuril some
thing like this before T Oil, yes ; il
wus in the Vrss a lew days ago: "Shall
the traitor Humplon dictate to ibe
President r" etc. The seed sown broad
cast by Colonel Forney, tell generally
un stony ground, but bus at lust found
one puli'h of guniul soil, where il bus
luken root, flourished and brought
forth fruit. Scnutor Corbiu and the
New York Times huve also spoken lo
tbo sumo effect. The recognition of
the Humplon government was "not
exactly tbe result they desired not
by a blanked sight."
It is sud, but it is to be Icured tbul
tbe warning of the New England
brethren comes too lute. How wus
tbe President to know what they
wanted ? Devens represents New
England in the Cabinet, and he had
nothing ol Ibe kind to say. The Bus-
ton paper hare not taken this view of
ibe subject ; in litct, they huve rather
patted tbe arch enemy of the Republic
on the back. In view of theso facts
we submit un behalf of the accused
that the brethren of ibe speciul cum
mitlee revise those resolutions and
draw tbem a little milder. The Pres
ident is a well-meaning man, although
"amiably stubborn," and only usks to
be shown the path of duty. He did
not know what bad been going on un
der the roof of the While House, on
tbe railroad plulformsund other public
places. Ignorance is not generally an
excuse, but in this case it is certainly
un extenuating eircumslunoe. There-
fore, O, bltsxlthirsty persons, luko a
bile ot cloves lo give your brimstone
breuth a belter tone, sbeulh you
swords, tuku down your gallowses and
give "the President and all of us'
another cliunce. In tine, we are
templed to suy, in the langiiuge of the
worldly, -Pull down tour vests!"
TDK FEARFUL CONDITION OF
The fruits ol a great Presidential
fraud are multiplying hourly. Hayes
is making the case uf iho country, so
bad when he cunio in, very much
worse, every moment ho usurps the
place of Samuel J. Tilden in the White
House al Washington. Money, capital,
sees in Hayes, naturally, a dangerous
agent. A man whose presence al the
seat of government is simply that of u
fraudulent occupant of the Presidential
chair, logically withers confidence, de
stroys credit and blasts the prusjierily
of the Natiun. Idlonwes ie iiierwaslliu.
Citizens uf this city are touched on the
shoulders daily, when walking the
streets, by ragged and starving beg
gers, wbo mutter out, "give me money
for a plate uf soup ur a dinner, or 1
shall die from hunger." Street begging
never existed in New Yurk lo such a
dogree by filly per cent, One cannot
walk a block iu the mosl frequented
portion of the town without being ac
costed. Men, women and children, nut
only beg ou ibe highway, but crowd
offices and stores, and besiege dwellings,
and if relief ol aome eon is not afford
ed, a threatening scowl declares the
desperate character ol the claimant.
All this misery ia tho logical result of
the wretchedly governed country since
ihe warclosud. Pauperism bas struck
high and low, to a more or lose extent,
and with the Republican Fraud and
Usurper Hay es fastened UKin us for
the next lour years, wo need somo
philtmopby lo bear il. A'. I'. Day
TUEMATTERIN A NUTSHELL,
Nil that the S. tiate ia out ot the
way, Mr. Uuyua and his Cuhiuet can
apply their minds t.. the Southern sit
uuliun. A dual of nonsense has been
wrilleu upon the question ol the dull
cully, complications, ami embarrass-
ment ol "tho situation." Any difficul
ty there ia iu Iho cuse arises, so far as
any public evidence g sos, solely from
the danger il muy give lo tbe A Iiiiiii
istiatioii to "hrouk" with the men
w In iso conceded frauds brought it into
power. The withdrawal of Hie troops
is a mat er a simple as ihe issuing ol
an order that they bo withdrawn.
That done, civil prK.-oses will enforce
themselves in the two Statu. Co issue
this order or mil to issue il is iho ques
tion with Ibe Administration, aud it
will remain the question to thu end.
All the talk, discussion and gossip on
ibe matter, and all the suggestions and
proposition made in connection with
It, may help throw light ou the necess
ity of eventually deciding whether to
withdraw the troops or not, but they
will not alter the tact that that is the
question they will only make it more
emphatic. If the troopsare withdrawn,
local sell government will follow and
tha Southern question will be a ques
tion no longer. If tbe troois stay,
they will stay as a part of tho Military
Government which will have to place
both organizations in both tbe Stales,
tor the people will never recognize
Chamberlain and Packard, and can
not be made lo do to.
" T bu ru li ng passions strong i n deu t h,"
was mads manifest during the demise
of the Grant administration, when, to
provide lor his brother in law, Sharp
wbo tor eight years bad held the sine
cure of Marshal of tho District ol Co
lumbia, tb duties of which bsd been
performed by hi chief deputy be ap
pointed him iymaster, with lb rank
of Major in lbs army. Now this same
Sharp, to please Grant, ia to be sta
tioned at Washington, whileold officer
who bad won recoa-niiion by irallant
service In war are sent to lb Western
wild lo make room for tb new favor
ite. When Mr. Moody, says the Detroit
Free Press, "denied tbat b was born
and raised ia Searemeotady, tbe people
there hunted Bp tb eery patch Irora
wkK J aaeej teaUal
PA YINO THS RETURNING
Tb present Administration must
not be charged with ingratitude.
Four votes were stolen from Tilden
in Florida, and turned over to Hayes
by Ihe Reluming Board of that Stute.
We have already reported tbe fuel
Ihut thu chief of these rascals, Samuel
II. McLin, has been appointed Asso
ciate Justice in New Mexico, as a recog-
.uiljtin ol' bis servioua. As Mils place is
vvens is toe biVw, who was a Judge
himself, of gisxl repute, and ought to
know the qualification for such a
trust, It bci'oiiic him to explain.vjti.'th-J
or he recommended thisappoinlmuiit,or
only ol-cyed thu Fraudulent President s
tinier in making it.
Hut however that may bu, the lion
Mu'lisoii Wells nf Ijouisiana will be
cheered by such a beautiful illustration
of civil survico lulorin. Thus far, be
has mil received his reward, owing to
the unsettled condition of the Slato ol
bis residence; but bu still expresses the
utmost confidence iu Hayes, wbo en
tei'taiiicd him handsomely at tbe While
House, and spoko admiringly of bis
fortitude under difficulties. To in An
derson, hi patriotic colleague of the
Returning Hoard, ia an applicant fur
tbo Colloclorshlp of New Orleans, and
is backed for il by the Fraudulent Sec
rotary uf the Treasury, wbo was an
eye-witness of his achievements in
transferring Louisiuna from Tilden to
Tbe two mulatto confederate on the
Board, Casunare and Kenner,
doubtless be provided for in good time,
us representatives of their race. Com
plaint is mado that Hayes does not
more quickly and at once take care ot
the faithful who counted him into the
White House. But be can point with
pride to Sherman, Evatts, Matthews,
and McLin, as examples of bis fidelity.
All he asks is time to "mnko every
thing right." New York Sun.
CLEANING OCT THE NA V Y.
The Philadelphia, Times, In alluding
to thu frauds stirpulrated in tho Navy
Department during Grant's adminis
tration, suys :
"Secretary Thorn psoii has been over
hauling sundry naval contracts, and
Ibund them ao savory ol cnsikedness
that be summarily annulled all ot them
made since the first of March. He
doubtless bus discovered that with
Naval Constructor llunacouib iu charge
of Ihe construction department anil his
favorites iu the various localities whore
navul contracts are to be given out
the best way to get a fair start for the
new administration is lo wim them all
out and open new books. Mr. Naval
Constructor Hunscomb takes the
I mil ble to tell the country through the
Associated Press, that be bus faith in
the Secretary of tbe Navy and hasn't
quurreled with him about tbe eustien
sion of Mr. Ilanscoinb's contracts ; but
it's worthy uf note that Secretary
Thompson doesn't bother himself In
inform the country of his faith in the
chief Naval Constructor whose con
tracts he has o suddenly revoked. If
tho new Secretary of the Navy means
to mnko his record clear of reproach
de must wood out the chiefs of bureaus
in this department wbo have devoted
themselves mainly to subserve tho in
tercet of plunder sveculators. Wbile
Mr. Hanscomb iemains as chief Naval
Constructor, Secretary Thompson will
be in constant danger of having re
proach brought upon hi department
by the political bummer and adven
turers wbo have been tbe favoritesdur-
ing the late administration
Crazy People. The Indian Chief,
Crazy Horse is not tho nnly tellow in
thia country, al this time, and in proof
of our allegation, we need but refer
tbe reader to what the editor ot tbe
Philadelphia Press, says in alluding to
Hayes' Southern policy. Read what
tbe gallant Colonel say ;
"If aaeb baeenea aa tbat of Wada Hampton
I. to to tolerated, we would ralber weleome
auuthi-r war to aaintai. tbe aopreaaey of tbe
O-eemai at oeer Ike Suetk."
Tbe bluster of tho editor of tho Press
alarms no one alibis day. A four year
war wilh all its horrifying details w bich
transpired beyond the Potomac during
the period never enticed the Colonel lo
cross that stream
Psacb at Hand. Tbo editor of the
Philadelphia 7'iiso W tbo 9ihsays:
"Twelve year ago to-day the arms of
the rebellion were grounded at Appo
mattox, and 'this oruel war' is not yet
yet over. Rut a long step in tho direc
tion of eaco will bo taken by the
li.s lcr think ul Piiu'hhaek and
tiuv. Warmoiith, uf Louisiana, and V.
S. Senator John J. Patterson, of South
Carolina, making Ik'tnocntlic speeches.
When will wonders cease T What in
Ihe world will we do wilh these fel
lows? Can't we keep them out T We
don't want them.
The members uf the Packard Legii
lain re are atill alowly meandering
around lo the Nichnllt State lion
At tbis rate Packard will have to
break up housekeeping even earlier
than has been expected.
The Very Hev. Father Bonavcntura
Keller, provincial of the Franciscan
fathers, from Nuw York to tho Missis
sippi, died at Ulica, N. Y., recently.
That 'a So. Randolph Tucker aay
thai the South owe the President no
thanks. He is doing just what the
UeiiKsjrstie party forced biin lo do.
It is sweet, says a Latin bard, from
the towpalh ol a stolen Presidency to
watch Packard and Chamberlain
splashing about in the canal.
Lord N arbu ry on sentencing to death
a thief wbo had stolen a watch aaid :
"You made a grasp at time, my lad,
but you clutched eternity."
The Louisville VoHrier-Journnl says
that "Pennsylvania never produced a
great man." Is John J. Patterson so
so 'n forgotten T ,
Thsy Die Hard. Tbe slow but
sure death ot the Canicl-baggors In
South Carolina and Louisiana, ia near
General Mahone, the Viminia rail
road king, ie among tbuee t.amed lor
tbe nomination fur Governor of that
M'Kean txxmty haa a aew corloaitv
I -Hi gs wall that tMiUitaiivw vol-
Our 0m 3ltfrmif row..
Pukl'ibod every Wodaoeday by
Ha. tb t artteet t Ircalatba -I auy paper
-"-. -V--. trt -JO .. . -taf lr
n.e luj-tro and constantly Increasing
circulation of the Republican,
renders it valuuble to business
men as a medium thro' ,
which lo resell ibe
Terms of Subscription i
It paid in advance, ... $2 00
If paid after three months, . 2 50
If tiaid alter six months, . . S 0
When papers are sent outside uf ,th
county payment roust b In advance.
Ten lints, or bss, 8 times, . fl 5t
Each subsequent insertion, fo
Administrator' Notice, . . J Ru
Executor' Notices, . . . . 2 M
Auditor' Notices, .... 250
Caution and Eslrays, . . . 1 Ao
Dissolution Notices, ... 2 50
Professional Cards, 5 lines, yesr, A X
Special notices, per line, ... 2
YEARLY ADVERTI-EMENTS :
One square, 10 lines $8 in
To squares, lo u
Three squares, . . . . 20 o
One fourth column, . . . . 50 n
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We have always on band a large stock
oi blanks ot all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
CON'S TABLE'S BLANKS,
Ac, Ao , Ac .
W are prepared to do all kind of
IN THE BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WOK K
GeedlansJer A r.
Cf&rlcU Cacstj, 1.
THE MANSION HOUsF
Comer. I aoouodaoil Marketsin.,, '
t I.KAMKIM II. cv
'I'll Is el. osd uuioio4..b. II..I.I ,
1 lb. peal e.a i.la.,1.0 aa e.esL'
'..raer eapa.ll for it. aoieruioo..,, "T "
.r. oai .u. .u rb wb-. bain,,,
rsfuroiehi., and tbe peoprieie, oil! ,i
poia. to r.ndoi bia gueau e-alaruMT.,?
auyleg with BIB. ' "
Sr rh. 'Msaaloo llouae" Oaalba, fee.
sod rra Ihe I'-,n.i ,m h. arri.ol ,M t,
t wai-b tr.t. s i .. . k
i..i. i. ..
te-Jt S-etsrf' .JViM.
Market mreet. it leerSeid p.
Wa. s Ursdliy, fnruorly r..pn.f ,, .
Lo-inar-l ll-urt. bating le.Md Ibe AlleaL.
Hulel, li-ii. a abac, of puhile poo.,i,arA il!
llouae baa een Mluruugllli ru.l.a .
ping piano. Tlie U'.le sill be .upuli ,lU, '
is-a ui ei.rjioiu4 10 lue uisravi. Al ia, ,
will be found the beai aim., .oil li.(ur,.
W .U. s. H II A b LEV
May Ii, iS.
OHAW HOl'tsE, .
O I Cor. ol Market A erni .!rt-i.
Tbe onderaigtied having taken vbug, i lk
Hnlal, would rvapeetlull) eoliuli i.ui.lir ,efri.J
WASHINGTON Hi7l Mi,
Thia eew and well rumiebed buo.e ha'
tatea by Ibe anderalgned. Me feel, .,1,1,,,, ,
being able to render estielai-iiiiu 'him eh.,.,
faeor kla with a eell.
May , 1S7I. II. W. UAt Is. ,
I OYD HOUSE.
lj Mam Street,
Table always eoppli.d wilh the h. ,,,
aff.irda. Tba U,roliog pot-lie ia inviir4 iokh
Jao l,7. hOIIKRT illi
p. a. aonoLO. e. w. ansni.D. j. a a..L,
F. K. ARNOLD Is, CO.,
BtiiikfrN und Itroltrm,
Reyuoldsellle. Jefferson Co., Pa
M.mey reoelred on di-poail. Dienui.i. al a...
-terete rotra. Ka.tora and Foreign Kirb.ac- il
wave on band Md enlleetinn. prontpil, niao.
Reyaiil.larlllo, ll, In, ilft.-ly
County National Bank, "
' OF CLEAR FIULP. PA
K00M In Masonie Building, une , I,.., anl
C. P. Waieiin'a Prug Hiure.
s- - .v .r.- iTrss,i. vam,.
town, Olaegiiw. Lundiia. Pari, and t'l.i-.-Bl,,
11 I, t.. r u.. .'. '-
n,wv, vi.ii, - iu mr nuyei (i.tia 1,1 I,. ,.,
ua laperial Beak f L.....,
JAMKK T I.BONAKU. PWi
W. M. SHAW, Ca.kH-r e,1:l:I
DREXEL IT CO., "
. 94 MoNth Third lret, Phil frijhl
And Dealers in Government Securities
Aipttc))tMi by nail mil rirr pn.uipi atitt
am, Md ttll iaf-riaaliftfi chtvrluMy lurmsbf
'rtier Mliftttt a ,rt I 1 1. it.
fell et of rtlnlal Veeih. . Si.Viei
Ingle hoi ef trtlSrlal leeib. II.Xsi
UHS. U1IXN& HKICIIIIOI.D,
Or. A M Hill, wnul.l inloriu hi. Irii-til.
oalii-Bia Ib.t h ha, aa-isu ii,. ik him, in tk.
..rn-lrite of d.ntl.try. Dr. J L K. It. etih.. (. a
eatl.uaa whiiea he eon r.-eiioiiiiei,d 'lh M
aioiaoee of gi.log ..o.lse'l ,s en .an h. ek.w
'. be i.ul uf Ibe eaoe. Alt ,uk g-iaraal.wl a
iva wlivlai'llim. AMU M.S. ,
, Ort IS, 'Tit If, J. L B IIKICHIIuU.
STEWART & BLACKBDEN,
Carwenavllle. t'ieartield t uuul). P.an'a,
(Oeeo la U.I..' Now Raildiog.)
Caiweoieille, Joe It. ISM ly
DR. E. M, THOMPSON,
(OCi-e In Bank Building.)
CarweUMllle, ClearHels Co.. Pa.
ok II "7 if.
T. M. CARilflJl A RPfl
On Market 'l.anagwoms Maa.lua lluan,
Oar arraageaooBi. are f Ibe aauet e-milele
karaoloe lor furBlabiag tbo paniie wilb Prwk
dial, of all kind, and ur Ibo vsry beat qualilT,
A'ealeo deal ie all kiada or AsrieulUral linpla
oenia, whloh we keep no eibililnon isr tbe bee.
St ur tbe public. CaS aeuend wbea ta loen,
ad tabe a iuoa ot tkiege, ur oddree. ue
F. . CAKPoN A BK0.
Cleorield. Pa.. July II, ISJi If
FRESH MtlT-MW SHOP.
The underrlghed her- by infurtaa the publie ia
eeoeral that Ihey keep un hand, regu art,, al
ibrirabup. alj.iiiilug JUII.N Ol'Llcil siorauam
nsuaa. pv,lu tbe Onort llouae, Oie
HK.1T MESH fgT. YE At, HUTT0S
LAMB, fOaK. ETC., AT
REDUCED PRICES, FOU CASH.
Market av.nilnge Tuesday, Th.r.da, and
s.mrilava. Dai do tiered a reaideoee oh.a
A hee sf patronage ia reepeeifellv (cited.
M.reh I. Is; ly. STAUe. A NOKKIS.
JE W CA BIN ET MAKING .-HOP.
M. B. SPXCKMAN
Deilree lo .aaouaoe to Ike public thai ba haa
CABINET MAKINU SHOP IV0l.EtltKlKl.il,
Where ho will KEEP ON HIND
Ard do all kind, uf 'AIIINKT WORK and RR-
PtlR FI'RMTIiRB nf ail hi, a .hurt
notice end Iff tbe he.t m..ihle meaner, sh p iib
F-iunb linn, opullo Park A M rrillV Carriage
Sh"p. Aug t, '!S.y
yi A TT II HKM F.S,
Improved Spring Beds,
MAKKBT STRKKT, NEAR P. 0.
Tb. underalgned hega leaeo Iu Inform Ibe rill
eeoa uf ClnarHel.1, and ibe poblle generally, that
bo haa on baud o Sne aseornnii ut l-'arnliere.
aeb aa Walaot. I'heetnul aad Painled Chaab
tuitee. I'arlur Suite., Hooliiimg and k,lrni,-t
Chain, Ladire' acil llrsla' Rsa, Cbaira, Ihe Prr-
inraiee inning an l l-etlur Chair.. I'aae Seel.aal
Wlndeur Chair,, Clnltio. Rsre. Sli-s and Rilra.
.I.ia Laddara, Hal Saeba. Scrubbing llruebx, ta
MODLDINl) AND PICTURE FRAMKS.
LiHikllie lllaiaea, ChMMOa. Aa- whlnk ainulJi
ullable Sir lliil.ds preeeeila.
"" Jtllllt THOIlTMAi.
Market SL, l lcarlteld. (at the Poal oSirr.l
TUB endoraigned kegi tsaee to aoa .oooe le
the elliai-oa of ClearRelil end eieiailv. that
be hea Sited an a mow ana b.. In., rutnr...
frora Ibe elly wilb a large aaa- eiil of roajiug
'at, evneiaiiog IS part uf
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Hlaah. Aoisi.nl ...I P n ...k. ...
eenitiion i P.ore anil 8...I i- k ..uu I
and plain Con. aud Pi-aeHai Blank eal
Paner.. M...I.. . . t...i . !-...
linn and Pr.anaari auleai While and Parrk.
-i line,, urf i ,p, Kn,n C.p.and Itlll Cap,
Sheet Muaie. fur eitnae fUm., Pi.,. Vi.u,n.
eooalanlly oa head. Any bss.ka or alaiiunarj
deaired that I may anl bare oa hand,wlll be .Mated
by tret oipreaa, and ould at wbnleeale or reuil
u MM eaetuaero. I will also beep perltstieal
, . -a..,.., ..eiaom .,,
r. A. UAt LI'.
Ckarfeld, May 7, IMS-tf
H. A. KRATZEK,
KRATZEK & LVTI.E,
LEA I HER,
Maakat Mreet, ClesaaM, IS.
i, isr r.f
ie-n wawtvaa sue ajunaUly. i