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LUMBER CITY, PA.
The aadorslgaed eooooBeee te his old friends
end patrone that he b.e opened Hood line ol
OKOCERIBS A PROVISIONS al the aid stand
of Kirk A Speocer, for which be oolieit. a liberal
palro..,.- H. W. SPENCER.
Lester t. r, Pa- March l-tt
I 'tuil.t tl. ,t jr,m..i- a cj
Stnve Lining and Fire Brick
kept eokrUBUy aa a and.
STOVE AD EARTHED -WARE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
l KUt 1 1
FUker'a Patent Alrtlelit tVlf - Healing
BUTTKR CROCKS, with Mdi,
CREAM CROCKH, MILK CROCKS,
ArrLK 1U lTEIt UKUtHS,
FLOWER POTH, flQ DISHES.
And a (raat many other thins! too Bamerowj to
aieni.oB, to a baa at
STONE - WARE POTTERY,
Contr ol Cherry and Tbtr St recti,
CLEAHPIKLD, PA. nSl
m. t. aiTLica. b. h'corklk. d. bcilbbc.
GILICII. McCOR&LE & CO.'S
(SieceMon t Ji'ha Oattrb),
Market Htreet. Clearflcld.
W Buurutnn all knd f For;tr fur
Chaahen. Diuieg Rwomi, Librariet sod HalU,
If yea wtnt Furniture of anj kind, doa't ba;
HBVII JVM WVW VUX fllX'aV. -.m "
la all it braDebea. We kr-o lo ttoek all the
latest and moet improretl UoBine anil (Jkett.
and bava every frHityfr triperl euo
doctiBg tbia braoeb of our baiiacse. .
H' bave a put'nt 0rftM J" re-
aervar, io wbicb bodiiea aan
! bfl pmeartredl fr a oon.
idrrabla ten fib of
A o.aa.br of tbe firm baa bU aIarittDt apart
meat at our wan -rata, where he can bef-mcd bt
mnf perioa bo eon at night for tba parpote ot
Gt'I,rCII, McCOKKLB A CO.
Clearflel-i. Pa., Mv 10, '7A ly.
FfdOvit, f j:i:i,
A. G. KRAMER & CO.,
Room So. 4, Plc'a Opera Houar,
Keep oontUDtly oa band
. auv immpuieti vuna
Caniad aad Drlal Pralu, TotaMd, Clfarl, Caa
diaa, CI Jar Vloagar, Daltar, Bgia, Ar,
ALSO, EXTRA OME.MADI
Wheat and Buckwheat Flour,
Corn Meal, Chop, Feed, &o,,"
All of wblab wld ba told ebaap for eaah or ia
axebanga for ouantrr prodooa.
A. Q. KRAMER A CO.
Claartl.ld, Not. II l74..tf
A Stfrlino Runny ro Disp.asis and
fctjumtj op tiix Skixi A Healthful
BtACTinea or Tin Complexion; A
Reliable Meai op Teeventino and
Relietino Kheumatisji and Gout, and
ax Uneqcaled Uisintectant, Deodo.
izex and Cocntee Uhtant.
Clmn'f Sill tit u r Soan, betide, eradl.
catinj local diea.ta of tho akin, bamahea de
fecla of the completion, and imparts to it
gratifying clearness and smoothness.
Sulphur Ballis are celibralerl for curing
eruptions and oilier diseases of the skin, as
well a. Rheumatism and (.out. (itrnn'9
Sill)th)ir Simp produces the sama effects
at a most trirting espense. This admirable
specific also speeilily heals mi. rii, uaUt,
inrni, ifnum and mil. Il removes dandruff
and prevents the hair from falling out and
Clothing and linen used in the aick room
is disinfected, and diseases communicable by
contact with the person, prevented by it.
The Medical Fraternity sanction ill use.
Prices-55 and 50 Cents per Cakt; per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c and $120.
M. B. buy UN tare caVta and thereby economise.
Bold by all Uruaaiau.
" hill's hair asd wbikker dye,"
Blaek or Bravra, ao Ceala.
C. I. CIllTTEvTO.!, Prop'r. 7 Sixth tv.,!.I.
Guarded the llirhrnl JltdU at
E. L H.T. ANTHONY 4. CO,,
SOI IsroBdway, New Tort,
(Opp. Metropolitan Holal),
crcTtia, taroariaa in Uluu
CIIROHOS & FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES ds VIEWS
Albania, nraphoaropM. PboVi(rar.ba, and kindred
foods Calabnllaa, AetraaaM, Ao.,
We are beadqaarterifor everyihiaf wtj
StoroopticoM and Hao La&tom.
Being mannraeiarari of tbe
MICFO JnBXTIPI(! T.AN'TBRH.
8CD00L LANTKRh, KMILT LANTERN,
Sack nyle bclnf tbe kaet of IU dlei la tbe
Cetelngnti of Lalrai and Slidei, wltb dlreo
lloae for ailng, eeat m applleatloa.
Any oatwprtetnf aiaa oaa aaka ajoavy with a
ey-Vt.iiortt tbe Cfatraaial It-ptwltloa will
do wiefly te defer prhettnf gmdi la ar Una
aiil iby eeate la aar etora t New Ynrk, where
Ibrt will led graatar varicti and aiora eaudoreta
pHeee, aad aB ideet tbeej at tbir leteura. But
we have a eoooetiioB to erlt ! n? ite ttt ear
godi .a tao betiding of U Drrtaiai af Pabli
Coafart. aad tlvee aot aaing to Jlw York are
tav.td lo eall aa sar rjsreaeatotiaa thro.
ey-A rati eiaek af Vtawa af the KspoeittoB
and (belr aaeiaata, , r
V-Cai tat iht edarilaaaiea4 tar rafereem.'a ;
sIbbb ?, irt i, I
JOSEPH II. DKCRINO, oa Market street, li
Shaw's Row, Clearfield. Po., haeju.t received
a iaa lul of r react Call Hlu Boa Kipe, la a
boat la tka market, aad la now prepare, to mae
afeetnro erery thing la kit lino, tla will war-
! raat kla work la ba aa repaaented.
I Alan, all Had, of Leather and Sboo Fikdinge
I for aala
The eltlsene of Clearfield aad vie bit art
respectally Invited la give him a aall.
Work done at abort a. .ilea. MfHy
Peaa towaakip, Clearfield Co., Pa.
Tbeiubaaribert hava, ar great upf ata, rfbailt a
I Detgnnoroooa Bcoe.fliy, to tne erection of a flni-
. ;o)mi Wuolen MftBafftclorv, with all the aiodfra
tmpruTemaBteattMbed.aodareDreitared tottifalieii' ti . .
ftii kindi uf cioih. t:im,: K:ti-,.-
keti. Flanaele, Ao. Pl.n,y of oa bead to
apply aJi ouroid aad a tnooiand saw euttomert,
wbiia wo aik to eome and eiemine ur etuok,
Tbe baiineta of
CARDING AND Fl'LLINU
will racoira oar eepecial attentiua. Proper
errangumentt will ba made to receive and drlivet
Wool, to euit eoetomeri. All work warraotad and
done upon the aborteet notice, nd by atrial at ten.
tion to bntineu wa hope to rvalite a liberal ibare
of pablia patronaK.
I (MM Ml POINDS WOOL WANTED!
We will pay tbe highlit market price for Woo
aad eell oar manofactared guodi ai luw Mfliailar
goodi oao ba buoght in tbe oouoty. and wheneTer
wa fail to render raajonabl eaiiffaetiun wa eao
alwayi be found at home ready to make proper
explanation, either in perion or by letter.
JAMKS JOHNSON A fiONS,
april2f.tr (lower P. 0
a iniaiKnij bow eutiomert,
IIAVK X0 KFFBCT
t am awara thai there are fntne penone a llttlr
hard to pleate, and I am alto awara that the
oioplaint of "hard timee" Ia well aigb univerral.
Hut I an eo ei totted now that I oao aatiify the
former sod prove eoncluaWel thai "bard timee"
will not elfeet tboac who buy their god from me,
.nd all my patroaa ahatl be tuiUated lata tka aa
siret of -j
HOW TO AID HARD TIMES.
bavo a;ooda enonb to aup,-ly alt tbe Inbahl-)
ants ia tho lor and of tbo eoanty aabieb I rail
at eieeodinc low rates from say snwmsnotb store In
stllLSONIIl'KO. h-r I can alarms bo found I
ready to srait upon nailers and supply tbera sella,
Dry Goods of all Kinds.
Sack as ciotba, Ratiactta r.,.iroarM, Muslins,,
Delainea, Linen, Ilnlline., Calicoes, i
Trimin,a, Itibbon,, Laca, ,
Ready-made Clothln, Boots and shoes, Data and
Oat. all uf the boat material and made to order -
tloaa, Boca a, Uloroe, Mitten a, Lavaa, Ribbont,Ae.
0K0CKKIE8 OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, Bafrar, Rica, Molaaaea, Fiih, tait
Fork, Llnaeed Oil, Fish Oil, Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Qoeenaware, Tinware, Caatinga, Plowa
nd Plow Caatinga, Naila, Hpikea. Corn Caltira-
tora, Cider Preaaea, and all kinda of Aiei.
Porfamerj, Palota, Varnish, Glaaa, and a general
araortment of btationery.
Of different brand, alwaya on hand, and will ba I
told at tbo loweat poaaible flrarea.
J. II. McClain'i Medieinea, Jayna'i Media in, j
uoatetler and llootland a Uitteri. ; tliere bUall 1)0 tl'D duyg public nutil'tt ul
6009 ttounda of Wool wanted for wbick tht'u,.,.u l l.. ...:.. ,
higheat price will bo paid. Clorereeed on band j
uid for aale at the low eat market pnoa.
Alao, Agt-nt for StraltoBTillr and CurwenaTilla -
fcA-Call and aeefor yoaratlrea. Ton will And ;
frerjtblng ainally kept In a retail itore.
L. M. COUDRIET.
Franchrilla P. O., Aaguat 12, 1871.
3IGLER, YOUNG & REED,
(Sneotraora to Boynton k Yoang,)
TOUNiO'EfiS It MACHINISTS
fOETABLE & STATIONARY
Coraer of Poorth aad Piaa StraeU.
fTAVINO engaged In the anaoofaeturo of first
Il elan MACHINERY, we raapeetfolly Inform
as publis tbat we are bow prepared so III all
rders as cheaply and as promptly aa caa be done
in any of tbe ettiea. Wa manufacture and daalia
Mulay and Circular Saw-Mills
Itaad block I, Water Wheels, Bhafline Pnlleya,
Hirford'a Injector, Sloans Oaofra. Slaaas Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Cops, Oil Cnps, Osage Cocks, Air
Cocks, Oloba Valves, Cheek Valves, wronght troa
Pipes, 8. east Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Anti
friction llstfee, Soap Stona Packing. Ones Paea-
ng, and all kinds of MILL WOHKl Kigetbar
with Plows, Bled Soles.
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES
and other CASTINGS of all klnda.
-0rders solicited and filled at etty price.
All letters of Inquiry with reference to machinery
of oar tnoouractora promptly answered, by addras-
Ing as at Clearfield, I'a.
jaunt. If DIULKK, YOHNII 1 RKKP
JAS. II. LYTLK,
(f dcesssor to I.TTL8 4 MITCHELL;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
, CHOICE ItSR OF TfitS.
IMPriHI II., ,
KSOLtill OltilAKfAST (
Pnrset la Market.
BCTTER AND KtiOH.
Will be kant and aala .a a... . ..
for Co.nl,, Prodnea. s-ssapre.
Mackerel, Lake Usrring, Cod, Ae.
' run LRU.
Barrel Pickles and Eagllsb Pick Ira.
FLOUR AND riCICIs.
Flaar, far Meal, Oat Meat, A a.
i-. JAS. II. LTTlI.
CLKARPIELU. I' A
iVKPNKSPAY MOHNINQ. MAY J, IS77.
COLLECTION OV TAXES.
i . r. TT . . i
John O. freeze, h-so., counsel to tool
Commissioners of Cil'tmbi:
u.e i,il,um. -'.".....I av.V..il..a..we L.el :..-s..
uuuuui wuii-ii uro ui tuu most common
occurrence in the collection of taxes.
... . , . , , ,
XT, ', T, 7 f
knellt of tb. collector, and tax pajen,;
of ourcouMy: "
1st. i.aiiiln, seated and annealed, art ;
soon an tbe Commonwealth bad parted
with her title, became and were made
.tn..l... -.I.!..!. C.l .
iittoio io laxttiutn nnu hhIu lr iho mm-
l.ttVmeilt of tho laittML Tho ii-L art
I i , . ,
nuking them BtiljfCt to fttlefor county
lux in thttt of April 1J, 1730, nee. 25
3 .Smith I.uws 401. Then canio the
netH of April 6. 1804 April 4. 1809
Murth 13, 1815-Slurth 20, 1841. &
Bv the act of Anril B. 1R..2. .,. 7 d
SmilliU'.5l5,lboycremndelial.lej"f l" 'l''r?cd with tbe
to aale liir non payment ol road luxe.;l"1"''" ,ux' U ll'l'' by the Con.,
and if the taxed were not paid to Ibej""" , ",0 '"ll'l'U-,
BuiKirvinon., the lands ao arwaae.1 as W l,h w'"rruMl l" l,"llw,t l,,u """"
uiiBeate.) were to be returned lo iho l"1"1"' flom
County TrcaHurerlorcollecl'i.inhy aule. ",l'01'''- A"'1 "IU lw'" charyid in
Tbo return of the unpaid taxea muat ",0 d"l'l'" prw.nall liable fr
bo made before ihe firel day of Febru-
ary in each year, and the .ale ia to bo
on tho aecond Monday of June of every
eecond year. i j
lly an act of March 9, 1771, the clear!
yearly vulueof allealatcs (which aecms
to exclude unseated lands, as bavins; ,
no clearly yearly value) were aascHsi-1
bio for tho Biipnort and maintenance ofi
tbo poor, but by tbe act of April 15,
18J4, und perhaps earlier, they were
included in the lint ol taxable proper,
ty, and by act of January 80, lSu'2, P.
L. page 8, they were made subject to
sale, in Columbia Coiinlv. tor the tioor
tuxes. And the returns of tbe unpuid
a.ru, ti,v..a Ql.n..l.l nln k.. l 1. . . .".
r ebriiary first ill eilcb year,
i . n- ,l . , a. fi a, t
i 617, for the regulation and COIltillunce
of a sj stem of education by common
schools, unsealed lands were subjected
to taxation and sale lor non payment
nc . i . , . . ..
01 11,8 tvboul ,llIt,;, lue' '"
Thus, seated and unsealed lands are
tuxuuie, anu are suojecleu lo a sale by
tbe County Treasurer for non payment
of assessment lor county, road, poor,
and school taxes.
9.1 a II I a,.- - 1.1
to a sale fur nnn.nivm.nt nf t.,v..u.
and tho taxpayer is not entitled loany
, claim for three hundred dullura fr tn
. i ...
i'V " ui yi i mgu n utn nio
p sporty it (Wired fur taxt-, vxcejd that
. u v V pnilteu WW vr-
3d. The tax Willwlnr miiHt mln
mnnd lor ihe amount due for tax, and
if the same is not paid within thirty
days from tbe timo ol such demand,
and goods and chatluls sufficient to
satisfy tho same cannot be found, such
collector shall bo authorized to lake
tbe body of such delinquent and con
vey him to tho jail ol the proper count)-,
such tax, together with the costs, shall
be paid or caused to be paid, or until
ho shall bo otherwise discharged by
due course of law. And the collector
needs no other authority than his war
rant, non payment aller demand, and
failure to find sufficient goods and chat
tels. 4rb. The tax collector is to demand
and receive from tbe person named in
bis duplicate the sum wherewith such
person stands charged ; but the goods
and chattels ol any person occupying
any real estate shall bo liable to dis
tress and sitle for tho non-payment of
any taxes assessed upon such rcul es
tatoduring his possession or occupancy,
and remaining unpaid, in like uiuiiner
as if they were the goods and chattels
of the owner of such reul estute. The
tenancy must be for the current year,
otherwise tho goods are not liable.
The taxes must be assessed during the
tenancy. As our taxes are always as
sessed during the month of April, and
when the tenancy lor tho yeur is fixed,
there is usually no difficulty in determ
ining whose goods are liubletodislress.
On this point collectors should be
prompt and vigilant. If the tenant h.
lo pay tlio taxes, there is no hardship
in making him do to in goisl tini j ;
if bo is not so liable by the terms ol
his lease, ho can deduct the amount
from tho rent due the landlord, und
thus no wrong is done.
6th. Property of the tenunt or of
tho landlord can be seized by the col
lector anywhere in bis township or
district. It need not be on the prem
ises. So, in default of goods, tho body
ul tho owner may bo tuken, but the
body of tlio tenant cannot be taken for
tax on rcul estate, becanso he is not
the person in such duplicate named.
Neither can the goods of tho wile ol
tho owner of real oslalo bo distrained
lor taxes. II you tako tbe body, bow.
over,lt is possible tbe wife may redeem
it with her goods. A' or can the goods
of tbe wife of a tenant be distrained
lor his own taxes on tho'luml. Hut
while, tho body ol a tenant cannot be
tuken for tho real estute taxes, it can
bo for bis own, and may be redeemed
by tho goods of bis wife, if she has
Glh. If the Sheriff or Constable have
a lion or levy upon tho goods tho col
lector is postponed to their prior right ;
and if the tux-payer die, tbe collector
it placed in the list of unsecured cred
itors, and takes his chances with them.
His warrant it dead at to tho dead
man ; and la not a lien on tho property
of tho living before actual seiauro.
j 7lh. In the absence of goods of tbe
'owner or tenant within tho township,
'out of which tho tax can bo made
' lor if thore is such proporty tbo tax
I must be mado out of il then the col-
lector may take tbo body of tbe owner,
or be may return tho lands so assessed
to tho Commissioners ol the respective
county; and the said land shall be
sold as unseated lands are now sold in
satisfaction of tho taxea duo by tho
said owner or owners. Thia term
should bo made before tho first tlay of
February in each yoar, Ihoith for
seated lands there it no express pro
vision. If there was personal property
on the premises which tbe collector
might have seized, tbo sule confers no
title. Hut be cannot twite the prppcr
IV ol a stranger.
8tb. There should bsi nodifBoulty
.... a. l""l-,c".c.:m,Hl.ttU.,1 ,ttIld9 ...a.li,,,,,
itself taxable or not, ts subject ,.,, , , ..... ...
whatover about tho collection of taxed
fin lands, when seated ; but it is Just
hurt) that the negligence of collectors
mukes tlio niin-l. Tuxes assessed aro
mil liin timn real estate any inure
than llio wurraiit of tliu collector ia a
lien niion personality. Nor doca a ru-
jlurii lo tlio ( niiily L'onimiwsiiiiiLm t ro-
ale a lion for the tuxes upon the lands
. . i . i ,
assessed, nor van tlio lands lie followed
1 into tho hand of u suhsi
in n! ownur
I -. .... , ,uviiiniii-
. n in- w
wurrant. Parsons vs. Allison, 5 utta
. . n i . v .
i2; Hakinv. KiHinlx, ibid 76: Mooro
vd.MailOSinUIHB; I.urd vh. Uun,.
, w.tu 412.
M"ru fill' ymr u". 111 '
'"80 ,,f Sl'w ll'"un J""1"
I TillniiHn miA 'I'Iktm iy n..il.ii,.r i
',r UX 1UWl aulliDriZU UI. UjijxM'lMMt
mil t tif tla j'riir'fl tax Itviwwii diflcp
out purnoiift ulio ntihi hupjtun tube
ou ntTs in tho I'tiui-Hu uf ft yinr, nml u
p)ftlcm t! that kiml would hi product
ive of givut inrtnivetiicTii o mid ton-
i " ""I"" ""-, Willi t:ie
"k luv:r " ee iten
'" e!,;,in if 1,0 B"' w cbattel. are
l" 1,e found' lu abort tbe collector
can look to no other peraon.""
Tbal was the caic of a nale by the
0WIll'r "'I'' ll'0 ai.aem.meni, and before
l'ie appeal, aud the court decided that
'I'0 purchaser was not liable for tbe
'""cs of thut jeur. Nor of course
could tbe tenant be, becaime the tiixen
were not uoKcimed duiiiij; the occupun
cy. Tbe reraetly ol tho tulleclor is
against the former owner, the person
who ia named in the duplicate; and
Ins liinperiy or person anywhere in
' l'i township is subject to the warrant
..i i ..I 'i'i i... i
w, ..iv vmii.iwi, . uu unr ner n uo uas
been VBBesserl syilh trrfi irnperty does
nt uiH-ttpu ihu puynu-iit of thu tux bv
a oulo of tho property, uitlit-r by bint
sell or tbo Sheriff.
, Oil,. And tho nrinciole that a suhse.
nuent purchaser is not liublu for taxes
awesHed against the land in tbe hands
0f a ..(,. owner was applied hv the
present Cbiel Justice lo Inn, I . hsmr.
ing ownership by means of a Sheriffs
sale in Sineich vs. the County of York,
18 Smith 430; and il should now be
considered settled that "luxes due fur
1 J 1 e.
against the owner or occupant.
vs. Humsey, 9 S. 4 K. Mil
10th. It is often inquired, "what
shoiiM tne collector do In the case of a
prior seizure by the Sheriff or consta
blu of the personal properly ?" If the
debtor bus returned three hundred dol
lars worth, the collector run seize tbat;
if be has not retained anything, the
collector should seize all tbe personali
ty there is, and hold il subject to the
existing levy, by which he may make
bis tax. For by the seizure he gets a
lien on the goods, aud anything over,
either in money or goods belongs to
..In llin. ca" trf-rim! rij,tr..i,i i,v
tho Sheriff there seems to be no reme
dy, as against tbo money raised, or
against the land in tho bands or the
purchaser; but tho former owner is
personally liable, and must answer, in
g.sads or hotly, his share of the public
burdens. John (i. Kuzm.
March 27, 1877.
I'll A VINO ACAIXST GRASS
HOPPERS. PIloClAMATIoN ON tHl SI IUtCT TIT TIIK
oovkrnor of minnesota.
Stateof Minnesota, Executive Ps- )
fartm knt. St. 1'aul. April 7, "77. j
A general desiro having been ex
pressed by various religious bodies in
this State for an oflieiul designation
i.f a duy ot fasting, humiliation, and
prayer, in view ol the threatened cnMin
iialliili of tbo grasshopper scourge, I
do hereby, in recognition of our de
pendence upon the power and wisdom
of Almighty God, apHiint Thursday,
Ihe 2Gih day of April, instant, to be
observed for such purpose throughout
the Stule; aud I invite the people, on
tho duy thus set upurt, to withdraw
from their onlmiirv pursuits, and in
their homes and places ot public wor
ship, with contrite hearts, beseech the
mercy of trod lor the sins of the past
mid His blessing upon hu worthier
aims of the future, lu thu shallow ol
the bs'iist plague, wlnase impending
renewal threatens desolation of the
land, let us hum My invoke for the
efforts we innke in our defence the
guidance ot that baud w hich ulonu is
adequate to stay "the pestilence that
wastelh at noonday." Let us pray for
deliverance from an affliction which
robs the en rlh ol her bounties, und in
behalf uf the sufferers therefrom let us
plead lor comlort to the sorrowful.
healing tor thu sick, smtor for the
perishing, und larger faith and love for
all who are heavily laden.
Let us moreover endeavor lo de
serve a new prosperity by a new real
isation ol the opportunities vouchsafed
us, and a new consecration to those
things which make fur the well-beingol
men and the glory of (iod.
J. H. PiLLsiit ar, Governor.
Hr.svr Failure at Milton. The
MilUminn of last week says ' our town
has been very much excited Ibis week
over ihe financial liiiluru ol Col. '1 bos
Swcnk, a merchant in this place lor
forty years, ami who bad thu entire
confidence of the community. Dealing
in grain at a loss is tlio assigned cause
of the failure, which is said to be a dis
astrous ono. Many parties suffer
through the failure, having endorsed
for and loaned money to Col. Swenk.
Among them aro sumo poor people,
who can ill afford to lose even the
small amounts Ibpy had invested. Geo.
Ilaker, Esq., wo believe, is the heaviest '
loser. Tbe lailuro has producod a pro
found sensation here aa Col. Swenk
had always been considered ono of our,
shrewdest aa well as soundest business
men. Ten years ago ho waa supposed
lo be worth at least fitly thousand dol
lars. We aro aorry for Col. Swenk,
still mnro sorry for tho poor people
who lose through him, and aorry for
every business nian in the community,
all of whose financial atanding is In
jures, by tbe downfall of man sup
posed to bay so stable as Col. Swenk."
IS HE A REPUBLICAN UAHK
Oil A WUHi.
That able aeamaii, Dick Thompson,
who ba been iranalurred from navi-
Kutiiif a lair ufllcti ttl Terre Haiito U
the management ol the United Staled I
Navy, seckd relief fnna tbe cured ofl
Ui Mwiiinii an Ancient Mariner In the
(vmeniul occiiiatinii ol'iipiiiiiiiii( apun
yarna about the Whig party. Thin i
'natural, Hi' wan lnho-uin ut Waali-I
.il lite toft murmur ol tbe rippling
Wsbush, thesigh ol the tall sycamores
that droop above it in tbe west wind
and tbo memories of rambled among
tbe paw-pa' hushes of the Indiana
woodlunds. The thought of the battle
ground of Tippucauoe, thut fatal delta
with a river on either side and a gor
geous government fencu for a sale
giiurd, was ever in his mind us he sal
on the parapet ol the High liridgeaiiif
distilled the briny teur into the li'lu-waters
ol thu I'otoinuc. Ami thinking ol
Tippecanoe and Tyler loo be was re
minded of Ihu Itepublican party and
President II axes, and his lamenlulioiis
were redoubled, lint suddenly the
biillii.nl idea struck him of executing
u piece ofjuglery between the old and
Ihe new. Tbespirit uf tbe Whig parly
hud entered into Republicanism when
the Whig organization perished. Why
oould nut tbe soul of liepublicauism,
now that iu body, lotteti and diseased,
is marked loi span-dy dissolution, trans
migrate into the venerable niuniiny ol
Wbiggery? Tliutnslho Whig party
escued the responsibility for all its
iniquities by becoming metamorphosed
into the Ijcpnblican parly thu tulter
might avoid answering for its crimes
by a retransfurmatitin, like an Irish
getitlcuiau dodgings bit creditors by a
mock funeral. "Go to," said Jiick
Thompson, able teaman ; "the way
out of our difficulties is for us all to
turn old-lino "Whigs." Kor the bene
fit of the present generation of Amer
cans bo has kindly condescended lo
explain through tho columns ol the
Wuehingtou Notion what it means to
be a Whig; anil tbe Secretary of the
Navy is curlaiuly qualified to speak
upon such a theme, lor in smoothness
of lace, dignity of bearing, sonorous
ness ol Voice and tenuity of coat-tails
uo resembles the statesmen of the
timo ol Webster, Calhoun and Clay
when neither the scalawag, Ihe
scholar" nor tbe "Christian" was al
lowed into politics. In the opinion of
this able exponent the (animal princi
ples of Wbiggery are these :
"Ut A national currency founded on
a bimetallic standard, aiidautticienl lor
the wants ol healthy trade.
"2d A system ol internal improve
ments, such as private capital is pow
urlese lo construct, hut which is essen
tial to tho development of the coun
"3d A tariff sufficient to keep em
ployed such tnaiililaeturiug establish
ment as are already iu operation, aud !
put in operation sucn new industries
as will lend to develop tbe natural
woullh of ibo country and create a
balance of trade in our favor."
In this formulation ol political pre
cepts there ia set lurth the financial
and commercial policy on which ihe
Itepublican party has acted, aud
through the influence ol which tbe
country has been brought to tbe verge
of ruin. Tbe sassvutial difference be
tween Ibo Whig party which is to be
organized and the Itepublican pally
which it ia designed to succeed lies,
however, in tho sentiment which it to
be fostered towards the South. Re
publicanism was sectional, and thrived
on injustice to the Southern Slates and
prospered in proportion as it dissemi
nated hatred of the Southern eople.
Wbiggery is designed to be national,
aims not merely al justice lo the South
but at securing fuvors for thai section,
and hopes to succeed by winning tbe
friendship ol the Southet n people. Tbo
men engaged in the new movement
even go so fur as to promise a vast
sys-.em of exclusively Southern public
works iu utotiemeiil for the loss that
the South bus suffered through the
wur. Only m proportion as Republi
cans uru capable of lorgelung their
sectional feeling and laying aside thu
bitter memories of the rebellion is the
prospect of a new puny feasible, and
it is the fact that the record of Repub
licanism is so distinctively the record
ol reconstruction that it makes thoovei
throw ol the old organization seem tie
cessury lo the pioneers in the construc
tion of the new ouu, Tne sucritice is
essential lo preserve uu uppearuueu ol
Consistency, ifoimnibonng that Dick
luoiiiisou has long btxu under Sena
tor Morton, ike Chiul mall uf thu Re
publican party in Indiana, and bas
written Its various and vur ing plat
Ibi ins for years, his manifesto is otie of
tbe moat significant signs of the limes.
If the new parly bo organized, how
ever, il is pretty certain that its creed
will contain, in addition lo those arti
cles given above, a declaration in favor
of restricting the suffrage. iVcio Yurk
THE GOSPEL IN POLITICS.
We thought lust seek that Wendell
Phillips hud jollied thu Methodist New
England Conference, or the Confer
ence bad joined Wendell Phillisi. A
series of resolutions, denouncing the
policy of conciliation, was introduced
into the Conlurenoe, and received with
great applause. Kefleclion led tolheir
modification, and Hie resolutions final
ly adopted were precisely opposite in
spirit and purpose to those introduced.
They breathe tbe spirit tl the gospel
into politics, aud pledge the prayers of
the Church "that our loo long disturb
ed country may again enjoy an era of
good leeling, peace and prosperity."
The lime lias come when good men
ought to encourage every bonest effort
lo restore good feeling between all sec
tions of this lately distracted country.
We expect Wendell Phillips to scold
and fret as lonit as the breath it in
hnn. Indeed, be would not breathe
long If he could not hrealbuout threat-
umtigs and slaughter. And, as air.
Lincoln said of another, "il pleases
bun and hints no one else." We are
not aware that any community, or
measure, or party, was ever Influenced
by tbo brilliant aud bitter oratory of
this unhappy gentleman. Hut we ex
pect other things from ministers of the
goiol of peace.
Benjuiniii Franklin aaid "there waa
never a good war nor a bad peace."
This it not aa nirfect a maxim aa
inanyolheraayliigtot "poor Richard."
Hut It hat in it a great truth which
Christians may lay lo heart, and act
upon safely. It it always wise to ttndy
tbs thiii gt that make lor ptwotv It it'
never wrong to pour oil on the waves
of ttrile. Bat it Is not the part of
wlsn and good mon to alir up conten
tion and to denounce the worka of
those who are seeking to conciliate
bisuile factions and establish order and
It is to this end that we have so
earnestly and frequently urged the
most intimate and friendly relations
between the Northern and Southern
ternal correspondence, which will be
promoted hy such resolution!, aa were
adopted by the New England Confer
ence last week, We have greatly re
joiced in the resolutions adopted by
both the Northern and Southern Pres
byterian Assemblies last spring. It is
in tho power of tho religion denomi
nations to contribute largely lo the
pacification of tho whole country, and
it is obligatory upon them lo expend
ull tbe energy ot Christian principle
and holy love in this blessed work.
Nor must we be discouraged by insane
ravings of such men as Wendell Phil
lips. They bave their exact counter
part in Presbyterian ministers iu the
South, who insist upon "preserving
separation." The Church of God must
march over these men to ibo triumph ol
Christian oneness In the fellowship
and service of their Head.
If Franklin was not accurate in say
ing there was never a good war or a
bad peace, il is certain tbat Christians
are never wrong when they stand up
boldly for tbe peace and harmony of
the Church, of the country and the
world. In the existing condition of
human nature, there will bo war
enough without help from the Church.
There is no cull lor tho people ol God
to fan tho flumes of civil strit'o or to
"preserve the separation" of tbe
Church. Such measures and such de
sires come forth Irani the sinful lusts
and ambitions of the ansanctified heart.
The fruits of the Spirit are love, eace,
fellowship, oneness. Alienations, con
tentions, and divisions are of tbe devil,
Let tta work steadily on toward that
glorioua consummation wbicb faith
layt bold of in the promises of the
future. A. T. Oturtvrr.
AN A DAMfT ON HA YES.
. There has just been published a let
ter to Mr. Tilden from Charles Francis
Adams the eminent statesman of Mass
achusetts, formerly minister to Eng
land, once tbe Free Soil candidate for
Vice President, and universally recng
ulna! as one of tho foremost men of
thu country in literary ability, politi
cal knowledge, breadth of slatcnian
ship and integrity of personal charac
ter. Hit opinion thou Id carry great
weight witb it among the rank and
file of tbe party of which be was once
a leader, aud its words are a stinging
rebuke to Evans and Schiira and l)e-
veut and Key and their associates,
who, pretending to have at heart the
purity ol national politics and the pub
lic good, bave given their adherence
lo a fraudulent administration and
have accepted placet in tbe council of
a man, who, at Mr. Adams trenchant
ly says, "must forever carry upon his
brow the atamp of fraud first triumph
ant in American history." This tbe
letter which Mr. Adams wrolo on tbe
day that Mr. Tilden should bave been
Boston, March 5, 1877 lion. S. J.
7if(ffi, AesJ J'or. Mr DzaaSib: On
this dry when you ought to be 1'rusi
dent of the United States, 1 seize the
opfiortuiiity to bear my testimony to
the calm and dignified manner in
wbicb you bave paused through the
great trial. It is many yeans since J
ceased lu bo a parly man, hence 1 have
endeavored lu judge of public affairs
ami men, rattier by tnetr merit than
the name luey take. It Is a source ol
gratification lo me to tbluk that 1
made the right choice iu the late
election. tiwul nnvr Anus tWa recon
ciliated to the elevation y (Ac tmnllrsi aid
of mine of a perton AomwcT resjwctabU in
private life it ho must fura.tr amy upon
nu oroa tne vamp or trawl Am tnumvn
ant in Americanhtatvr). NnsUBsiQttNT
ACTION, HoW li VIB MERITORIOUS, CAN
WABII AWAY LETTERS Of THAT RKCoaU.
Very ltcs(ocllully Yours,
C'UAS. FuANCIS AVAMS.
These are pregnant words and
worth) lo sink deep in the hearts ol
the writer's countrymen. They come
Irom tbe lineal uesceiidant of two
PrcsidauL aud thu lather of sons wbo
have done no disci edit tu their honor
ed family name. With no affiliations
with Mr. Tilden and no sympathy tor
thu party of w hich be was a candi
date, Mr. Adams marks the inaugura
tion ot Ihe liaudulint admiiiistratii n
with Ins declaration that be made no
mistake in supporting Mr. Tilden, that
the administration ol II a et must tor
ever bear the stump of fraud and be a
standing reproach to the national hon
or, and that uo subsequent act, how
ever meritorious, can wash away the
letters of its base record. At Ibis liniu,
when patriotic men are likely lo be
misled by the acta of the adiumistra
lion lo a false estimate of its motives
and lorgctluliicss ol lit intrinsically
fraudulent character, the publication
ol Ibis letter comet liko a truiniet
blast to fix their attention upon the ig
noble spectacle of "Iraud triumphant"
perrHinitied in Hayes, and upon the
"letters of that record" blazoned Umii
all the deeds ol his administration.
Tbo San Francisco Mail uaea plain
English. It says the Attii and other
papers that speak ol the magnificent
opportunity which California presents
to the new comer, lie in a very gratu
itously criminal way. "Tbe unvarn
ished truth is," it sayt, "that our labor
market is slocked to overflowing, and
every fresh arriving train but adda to
tbe miserable multitude tbat waits,
suffers, starves and finally flghta iu
desperate way east again. Mon of
braim and culture, good clerkt, excel
lent aocountanls, businessmen of undo
niablo energy, mochanics ol ability,
walk the streets In dumb despair."
' Westward hoi" it the national tune
in California at well as New York, and
workmen had better keep atop to the
music wherever they are. To tbo
young man wbo ia about to pat bit
college education and trunk on a Cali
fornia train, the Mail cries "Stop."
Ves, let bim ttay where he ia, and if bo
can find the chance be wants, let bira
take tbe chtnee tbat offers.
PaoORiss. The modern " Radical
process ot conntiiiar one man In. and
another out, by a Commission, will
no doubt result in a nsw plank being
placed In tba next Radical platform,
lt'a so bandy I It Its at Washington,
and adopts Itself o lb warm latTlacU
ot Nsw OrUans, as irtll as at tbe
Matte ts hereby finathet LeUerseTAd
miaietrettoc aa lbs aat.te or Wat. T. THORP,
Isle of sarameroed lowaakls, CUalald soenty,
Pa., deeeaved, bavlag bows duly f rested w the
ana.raifed, all pereoae ladebled te said aetata
win ,! mahe Immediate seymoat, boo loose
baaing elaiws ar demands agaisat lbs Basse will
praertl them properly sutb.etleatod I" eotUe
mvnl wllbonl doles. CHARLES THORP. -
ow.rApr.l It. TT tt.
AOWINUTM AT1IHB" NOTICE.
N.tiee Is berobv uvea tbl Lei tare af Ad
anoi.lr.uo. on ibe estate f WILLIAM SELL,
l.l. of sireeawead lowseklp, Clearlest Ca., Pa.,
de-'d, baa iaa ba d-df stabled fa tbe aadaf'
egad, all tjeraons lLdebts4 so raid aetsfe will
MllMltUM SUV M4b
- AM PTO.N USLL,
-v. L. UOoVkst,
Bower. April Is, HIT t A Jmlomraiws.
I Vltl:A-.VTlCM. .
j doe K. Hnt-BsKss vs. Cara'tsB Bbcb.kbb.
Is tne Conn of Common Ph-es of Claaru.ld Co.,
J... 71, Marell T., 17. Al. oob. Bar. inverse.
Ta I'eth.rise ll.ub.kor : Yua are hereby re
luind so appear oa the first Muad.y of Jbbb,
1117, la. sbuw eaeea wby a drao vf divorce
abuald Bui be made agaiart os la the aaaea
si.l.s raae ws si.mlslBl al Joe. K BrBUekor.
AM.Hk. I-KKTZ, Jr, Mimf.
April li. 1177.41.
-MUtlLaJ NtUsBB ti Uri M.LLIB.
Ia the Ceart af Cowm" Plea of Clearfteld aa.
N'. dels, Marb T IU77. b-b. tier. Divoraa
To Lavi MUler: Ton are hereby rea, aired to
appear an tbe tral dey af tbe Mat lerin af Ibe
Ctsurt mt Commou Plea af Clearfield aoaaiy, lo
aba eauie why a deena af dirurra abuald Bat bo
Bde ageinet yoa In lb abuvo atated aaa aa
eutpptatot of MaMMe Millar.
ANtiRlfW rlfNT.t, Jr., ikeriff.
April ti, 1677-41.
Notaoe ia bareby gives tbat tba following ae-
oohbii have bwea aaaaiiaadaad paaead by ee.ead
rraiaiB lied of reword la tbia oho for tba ia-
apcetioa of be in, legate, orodilora, and all atbera
IntirraK'd, and will ba protested to tb Beit Or
phaaa' Ciwt al Ctearflald aonaty, to bo bald at tka
L'oert Honaa, ta Ibe koroagb of Clearfeld, aeea
n.ttiog oa tbe Sd Hmmdmj W.ag tba I let day)
ui M, .. ti. I Bf ? i
Partial Aceouat of George II Woodia. Adoaiaie
Uatvrof ihooJtdUaaf D. C. Uaret, la't f the
borough of lloaiadal, Clearfield Co., Pa., dee d.
rental Aeooant KU w, OeUitbet-. AdMiaUtra.
tor af ibe tUa Hag tialleber.lauef Cbat
lowaahlp, ClMrfleld oanty, Fa., dee'd.
Partial Aeeuant af Jaaiaa J. I MfKea, Adais
i sir i era of tao aetat ot lest Met., Uu of
Kaui low oab ia, CIarAld aowBtr, Pa.. dee'J.
Parhai Aeeoant of Mile PeUuB and tie. Wi,
Adanniatraior ot tb aetai ot Jaaob Wiae.
Iat r Mrr.e two . Ltearfield Co.. Pa. dee d.
Final Aeoau4 vf M B. Kpaobaiaw, Adtaialatrator
ot ik eat f &aja.B fpae4aaa, lata af
wicarat-id ataa'y, ra , dte l
Fiaal Aceoaat af Wa Mider. AdniaiatFtir D
H N. 0. T. A. of tb taiof Juaa Ktdr, lata
af t'oeiiigtuB twp Claarflvid Ou., Pa-, dee'd.
Uaardtaa Aobi al Znekorlab MeNaal.gwardiaa
af Kama Peata, itWrwrtr Iibbm Mstaual aa
l iba baire al Wa A. Momm, tat al Carwaa-
vlll borvagh, Clearfield Cu . P , t'd.
Apr. tJ ta Hoffiatar A IUerdr.
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
Fact fur lb Farmar Put for tb Merehaat
Facta Tor th Hreaaa FaeU rr the Htotb
rttikwt Kaet for tbo Powltry-Borpor Faeta for
lb B-berptrFaaU for th lsawyr Fat for
tb Laborer FaeU for tka Doeur Faatatar tbe
I-etryman Facta for th Frait-raisor Facte fur
tb UardfBr Fad for tbo IIoaabold Facte
for over? faally wbo want ta aava aoaay.
FACTS FOB AGEUTS.
That ibi U tb aoit lnprtaat adror' iaeaeat
J tva-liseam. sviag uf atm enuw W
nak aenay aver offarad. Tb prwaa nd r.-a it,
yor awn paper ftd'r lt,crery on doraa it.
Tfci Book of tin 19ti Cfi&tmy.
Male and female agrnte aoining money an 11.
Send to ss at ease sod gel elrralars free.
INIIHAM. SMITH A BLACK.
711 Wala.l atn, Pbiladalpbia, Pa.
TBI A I, I.IHT Llat.f eea-os sol doa for
trial at eecoad weak U'lk day) al May terns,
W. p. A L. Aasoeia'a re. iBoses Natey.
W. W. Wilaoa,taaeva 1 e. Wrigbt A Co,
tleo. B Logos va Tbe T. A C. B- R Ca.
S. A C. Hartebora ts. Tbe T A C. K. R.Ce.
C. Poaimora a dona. Ilariabora.
Aadraw Paain, Sr. ea Wm. Coriey at. al.
Semi llag'rty'a beira ve. W. V. Wright atl d'a.
J. 0. Ilavia ve. Kiebard Ximsob.
Ooorgr tl. Hill vs. Hill A Clark.
Jamas L. Hill ve. Hill A Clark
W 8. Ulekey ve. J. W. Devia.
t. B-Kooker v. Jba DaBoia.
J. W. Lseora vs. JohB DaBosa.
Lasarwl Mayer as Wm. W. IrwiB.
Uao. M. BnebiB ve. Tbe Pewa'a B. B. Co.
Ira B. Sullma aa Bloom A Erk.rd.
Samsal Wideaslra ve. Jeca. I'e sar.
Cnasmsa A Snwe ea. Iaaae Oalaos.
W. 8. Head A Bra's VS. Samel Merokey.
1. A. Ilaf, Uaardiaa vs. J. E A J. 0. Kratser.
ELI BLOOM. ProlkowoUry.
Liar op dl'RoiiH.
List of J.rort draws for May tersa, A
U. H77. oommeaeiBg os tbe Id Mt.ad.y-tbo
iih oay ao aeatloke lor two weeae t
Jok.lWltk. Bloom ia, He. Emartek, E.nk.ae
M. H. Ulker, Brady tablay Tbora. Uwreaiea
Joe. Keaieger, " I'I. W. 8ayde, "
W A- Barr. Ulearl.ld I Uro. Ardery, MerrU
Moo. Yoaag. M A. Paiaur, Oeeenls
I. it. Lous. M. 0. MefeUv. "
Altred Vlrard, C.. gl..,K.W. Mo.NW, sr., Pike
ise. ailer, uuakeo wa. T IrwiB. "
IHo'l Cariey, UrUam i t. McKradriek.
0 McCraekek, trsvkw'dlNatbaa Lraee, Vaios
Oao siaaley UoHek !reMiaaodsk.ylor.lBaav.
Uee W. McColly.Ue.ieb J.W. .lesaadar.Waoel d
TBareasK it aoas 1st waaa.
H L. MeQbea. Bell I A. Baaghmak, Deoalar
a7m. Newcomer, Ball
sam I Lemberl, Buggs
Jobs Boca. Br.4i.rd
Uav.d U. Lias Brad
J f. Mclbollud 11
H ary knew, "
J. A. doboMoa, "
Pa. I.I a.aaas, -
A. Meflarvey, Tkeet
Wm. Kabea, Covlaaiet
jtlaa Slraw, Porgaak
Jos Brsaaikger, Utrarl
H. U. M -rrow. Uo.bea
U"ka A. ratios. "
jOII'er ll.blar. Or.h.m
lEIU. W. Erase. "
I Edward Coarad, tlaliok
IT. VauDaaM. Uoaiadola
Joe. S-yler, er, "
F.N Hoekeunerry,Bark- Jao B, ll.wilt, llnatoa
.id. tenaablp Wm Cos knot
Jno.PleraiB,enarfield Ales. Heed, ar, Uw'ee
Jobs Porter. " IJobo 0. Seliryver, "
D. . Waoaer, " IJosaOglea. "
0.11 WatavB. w jlUrvoy PMamose, N
s. aabippia. uarwess lliJ. s. sates.
Uea. V. Naaaer,
It. K. H.dd.ng. Morris
A. C. Mooro, Prna
Jobs StMewr, t'aioa
U. d. Elmo, Woedw.rd
E M. Tbompaon "
lie... Ketileberger, "
a. 8. Halt, Pecatar
E Us Walk,
Hocid P.lrieb, "
Va.VBBSK JCSott Js WirB.
Geo Ulltoa. Bieeeria IS. B. Taylor, fleabea
Jere Cooper. " jJaa. E. Urabaua, "
on. Fk.l Boggs ! Oao W spies, tlalieb
gdw.rd Palo, BralLird'J . Oilligan, Jordaa
Boock Rrbard. Eaos
ta 8. Wrignt, Brady
Wm Helta, Bernsido
Wm Eaad, Chkrtcld
F K. -mlih,
E C. Bead, "
Jno. Ilnlihak M
Jaa. McE.k, Obeet
a Biglemaa. Covington
Jacob M.ieb, Peeatar
J L. Thompaeo, "
Jeha Leigey, alirard
Silos Beer.. Law rasa a
J. B. I.vtle, "
11 li Irwte, . "
I. A MeSrsda,
II. P. SoWiM, M
l.tor Mover, Morris
Jobs Hoover, "
Iaaae M.rtla, Newtmg
H. P. SUady, Oeoeolt
Jaa Cloary. jr , Pvsa
James Caldwell, Plks
II II Baagbm.a.Woad'd
J..ha W. KaSrny, Paws
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One squsre, 10 lines,
To squares, .
Three sqnares, . .
One fourth column, ,
One-hall column, .
One column, . .
We have always on hand a large itnck
of blanka ot all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
4c, 4c, c.
Ws are prepared lo do all kinda of
. rl'CU AS
( BILL HEADS,
IN THE BUST 8TYLK,
ORDEPvS BYMXIL '
FOR ALL. KINDS 'of'wdRK
... . . ' d
' ' PROM PT' AT TEN riON.
Goedlauder A Isre,
- CktrlHi, l-
' f 1 - e - V - ' a"
Oearfiii Ceuty, Pa. " '
t LKAttKIM l. rA
'puis els aad eoanmodioaa Hoi.i bM
1 Ibe nasi year Sees ...,.. w ,,, ''
former eanaalty for Ik. .asartaitaa.,, u "
re aad io.au. The b- j, ,
r.feraisb.d, aod tbe prosrsoto, anu
paiaa to reader bia gaoete tomlarUbUaa?
steyleg witb hiss. "
jatr-rbs -Massles Bonse" Onisika,
and from tbs liap.il oa 'be arrival aal 1..
oaob sraia i a i . .,!"'""
W ; HA Jr"
Market atrcet. ( loaraeid, P.,
Wm. 8 Bradley, r..urly i,r....i., rf .
Leonard II. uas, bartng WoaW tlio f.tS
Hotel, aoUstiy a ikaesif labile palr,,, ' , '
U'leaa- ttl la Ibo.'.ugnl. tvptoH . , ,..
fomtanod, and gBMt. w,ll find it a p...,,,
plot plaee. Thetoolo will be .op,,Mi e.isU,
beet ol e.erytblog la the m.rk.i. ai il. i
will ba rosed Ike beal wloae aod Itinera, u,
suMing atualmL VI M. o. HbsOLtl
(Cor. ot Markal A Pn.nl s.i,
Tka aoderaigned Saving l.keo eb.rg. , ,j
Uutel, would reapoetlnlla aolieil .ui.ltr i.airu,. .
JI7 . !. i I'LLE stu
NEW H'AJ.MI.iiii,.i n
Tba, sew aad well foratsbed koae lu',MI
taken by tbe aojeraignod. He leel. eoi.i,j,
being able te roadee aaiielaetM.k u. itm .a.. .
favor bim witb a eall.
May I, 1ST J. II. W. DA V IS. !,,,,
PHILIPoHUHH, PEN.N A
Table alwaye .applied witb Ibe beat th. ejirk.
afords. Tbe tr.reliag public ia leaped f., rail
Job I.-7S. NOHKKT l.dvii
r. . asauts. 0. w. saaoLB. i. ,. sa.t,
F. K. ARNOLD & CO.,
Ha ii ken nnd ItrokrrM,
Reyuold'Vllle. JeSenoa Co., Pa.
M'loey received on drpttslt. Dienant st u..r
derate ratrt. Beaters aod Poreiga Esrb.ng. al
ss ae haod ead onlleetlons promptlv made
Hoykoldavills. D.e IS, H74.-ly
County National Bank,"'
OF CLEAHPIEI.D. PA
KOOM In Mamnie Building, one d' or s,ii .
C. D. Waiaon'e Umg Siora.
e. ..... r:L ... . .
..v.. ,n.B, a.i.erp,.. LjHn,,,
Al"'n L""'",, pr" end C.,p.nl.agn
. . . . wr J"i u.t. l r,lto
and Imperial b.ok ..f L.doa
JA1IF.S T LEONAKP. P,..',
W. M. SUAW, Cashier. .',,.,.;,
DREXEL & CO.,
Jia. t stouih Third street. Pliiiaieipkl.
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Appheanok by au.il will eoerivv pr.onpi .n.a
Moa. and all infMrmation ebearlelly lo.;.h,d
Orders oolioled ,,,
fail ( taf srtlnrlal leeth. - SIA.IH)
aaliigle se-l of ArtlUcial leeiU. . tl'. is)
Dks. HILLS & HEICIIIIOLD,
rLSSHPIVi ra prvvi
Pr. S. M II ilia w.told iDf.tru bi. frii-o I- aid
nolirnia (bit a. k.. ....... .t-A .... ki.. .- .l.
pra-tiee of d-nli.lry. Dr. J L H. He ri.hi.ld. a
"oa bo raa ri-romwest with fun
.oraaaaai(iviogatiataort,B it .uil beehanee
I " "' "' ae otic Ail aork aroaraalevd u
j goa elnlMsa. AM UI.LS
' L "tlCHIIOLD.
STEW1ET & BLACKBDEN,
Curweuasllle. t learrlcld t osuty, P.sn'a.
(Oslsa tn O.tre' New llaililng.)
Csiwaoaville, Jaa U. IVTt ly
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OCro is Bank Baildit,,,)
CarwenssUle. ClearHrld Co. Ha.
aek IJ "t if.
F. M. CAEDOS k BEO.,
Oa Market ft, an sto.,r ( oi MbpU. Ifoas,
Oar arraagfDB'a are ' f the not iatMlete
bs.Fit tor furatabtng tba patli with Frrah
wrsuof all hied, and wf rb vary boot qualitT.
WaaleodeaJ ia all kiadf A gtieuttaraj lapte
avnta, which wa keen we ibii.iitan twr it ba--titsjf
th pwblw. Cell aruand wbB IB lawa.
aad take a luoa ml tkmga, ot odda ai
F. w. CAKUuN A BRO.
Clearfeld. P. , Jsjly 14, l7i tf.
tRESH MEATSEW SIIDP.
The andrlned hen by Informs lbs poolie in
geswel thai tbay brep no haod. regu .ria, at
ibrirabup. adjoining JOHN tllM.ll'll Siaraitere
rooeaa. oppo.iu Ike Cmsts aWasa, aba
VS.1T fKKsIt BKgr, rttl. HVTTOS
lMB. PUKK. KTV, T
REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH.
Market m-rsiaga Tuesday, Tkarsdiy, and
Solorda.s. M -at do Pared al ro.id.ae. wh.a
A aba .f pairon.ge is re.peefolly k.liciled.
Mercb t. Isrt -y. STAUK S NOKBIS.
JkEW CABIN ET MAKING IIOP.
M. B. SPXCKMAN
Dealree to annoanoe to tbe paiilie ibal be kae
CABINET M VEIN. I SHOP IN CLE tltt IKI.D,
Where ha will KEEP ON HlND
P TJ S JT x x TJ S B ,
Ard da all bind. , I'lUll'VT rasa i t,v
PMK UllMTI RE of ail kis da, ..n abort
Bailee ond in Ike k.-rt ..h aisnner. sb .p ok
r-.or n aireri, a.p.ne c.rb A H rrall - C.msg.
A.ig ,. TS ly
Improved Spring Beds,
MAKEET STItEEr, NKR p. 0.
The nadersigned hega leave I.. Info ihe
sens nfClearnald, and the peMie generally, thai
be baa on band a Sao eneorimen. ,. t'ornlinra,
o"h aa Wslnnt. i'heeisnt snd Pninted CbMnbrr
Oaitrt. Parlor Suilea. Serlising an4 E.trn.n.B
tlualra. Udtes' ard ll.nls' E.a. Cb.ira, the Per
forated Pining and Parlor Ch.lr.. Cone Seele and
. inaair t-naira. f loibe. S.ra. Sl.p aod htlea
af.,a Ladder., Hot Rarfco. Sershsing Broebi a, Ae
Mot'LPIXll AND PICTI'RK PHAMKt.
Looking Ulnaaea. Chromne, Ac. abieb would.
.kilehle for Ip.l.d.y pre.-nie.
eori7 Jtin5 THOI TMAN
READING FOR ALL!!
Market U. I learlield. tat Iho foal nBre.l
rpitg aoderaigned bege Imvo to aan enre la
A the eiUseae af ClovSoM and eteiaisy, ibst
be baa lltrd ap mb and baa jart rammed
rrem Ihe eity with a large secant el reading
vra.im, ,w pan ol
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blae. Ae-o.st aa. Pans Boka ol evorv do
senpiion; P.n-r and Envel.M. I'resuh sroand
and plan, i l .na nnd I'.nriie: II last Legal
Papers. Deeds M..rlgsgrsi Jodgressl. Kaemp
Hon and I'r m.a.r, a. nr.: Mbito aud P.rrb.
' -g.i a .p. nrasiro o.p. aad mil tap,
Shoot tl .u a... ...I... a ... . L
aawetnnlly on bead. Any hewaa ar elanooary
dorirMlik.t 1 ........ k. - , j
- j - ... vm ......iiia.wuri.
by Srat sspreaa. end e..ld ai h..eaahi or relall
' - . .in ... ep periiHSK-ei
HterslBra, eaafc aa Magattaea, Newauai.ore, Aa.
viaara.ia, aaay 1, 1 -S S-U
II. A. KRATZEK,
(avccasasi vol ,
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