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L1MIIKR CITV, PA.
Tbe vuilerilffiirtl anaouaeeo to fan eld frlenda
A a . tl-nl he has opsned a good lineal
Uoaber City, Pa., March Jfl-tf
pERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
Stove Lining tiJ Firo Briek,
kept constantly on hand.
ST0E AM) EIRTIIE - WARE
Of EVERY DESCRIPTION 1
CROCKS! POTS! CROCKS!
Pleltcr'a Patau! Airtight Htlf . Healliif
BUTTER CROCKS, with lldi,
CREAM CROCKS, MII.K CHOCKS,
APPLB - RUTTER CROCKS,
FLOWER POTS, PIE DISHES,
And a great man other things too numerous to
mention, to be had at
STONE - WARE POTTERY,
Corner ot Cherrr and Third Street!,
a. r. oTucn. a. m'cobiuc. n. asiLiRrit.
GILICII, MctORKLE & CO.'S
(8noGCHaUtrt to Jnha (JuUuti),
Market Htrret. Clearfleld. Pa.
We maDufa:ura all kioda or FursUnre for
ChiniMflr, Itiuing Itooniii. Librarlai and llalla.
If yon want Furnitar of anj kind, doa't bay
until Jou i our ttock.
In all III brnnrliM. W krpp in ilock all tba
lateat and molt tin pro red OuOlna and Caikrll,
and have ?rr tapilityror pnipftrly eon
duptinff thia branch of our bun. neat.
We bave ft patent Corpte Pre
erver, In wbich hotiitt can
be prfxerved fur a non
iderable length of
A member of the firm hai bii aUeitinir apart
ment at our wan-room, where be can be found by
any pcrton who eotne at night for the purpoie ol
(U LICH, MoCORKLK 4 CO.
Clearfleld. Pa., Ma; 10, '70-ly.
A. C. KRAMER & CO.,
Iloom Nu f , Ple'a Opera lluuae,
Kim(i 0 'nitintl. on hand
Canned and Driol Fruit, To'jaeoi, Clgarl, Can
diei, Ui'ler Vioetr, Uatt.r, Egjs, Ae.
ALSO, KXTRl HOME-MADE
Wheat and Buckwheat Flour,
Cora Meal, Chop, Feed, &c,
Ail of whieb will be eold oheap for ea.b or In
exobange for eoontry nrmluoe.
A. a. KRAMKR CO.
ClearftVId, Not. II HM.-tf
A i-ti:ku .o Rkuedy rot DisiAin amd
lNjiM: or i he Skisj A Healthful
V.-. rinr.a or the Complexion; A
I.I.UABI.E Means of Phevi.ntino and
I'.LLlEVINa UllEUMATISH AND GOUT, AND
r.t UNr.qtiAi.KD Disinfectant, Peodo-
l:UER AND COUSTF.R-lRSITANT.
!lmn' Sulphur Sonn, tmidri trH-
tnlini; Incal licacH of Uie akin, banithee de
f cli nf t!ie complexion, and impart! to it
i r-nifjiiij- clearness and amoothnces.
Sulphur Jlallul are ecltbratrd for curing
tr.:;,lK.iis nnd other tliscanct of the xkin, aa
v"!! n Khriimntim and (hmil Vlenn'i
Sulphur Simp prmlucM the name effecu
.it a most (rillinc rrinc. Thif admirabn
specific also ajwlily lieala lorn, trmutl, xaUl,
wiis, ipiaias end tuli. It rrmovea dandruff
and prevents the hair from falling out anoi
Clothing and linrn uwd In the sirk room
u (lisinrcctvtl, anil diseases communicable by
c intact with the person, prevented by it.
Tin Meilical Fraternity sanction its use.
Prices-25 and 50 Cmts per Cake: pgr
omii) tiiw, ouc. ana ii.it u.
Buy the tire enkr. and thereby ecoaoeaee.
" IIILLN II AIR KM) M HISKKR DYE,
Dlark or llrnwa, HO Onta.
C. S. CUITTEVrOJ, Prop'r. 7 Sixth lv., l.T.
.tnartttd Ihr lllfhttt ,1iedal al
E. &. H.T. ANTHONY 4. COi,
AOI nroadfrtyt New York.
(Opp. Metropolitan flutel),
n AscrACToataa, utroartM a to BiaLiaa m
tllROllOS & FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS
Albumi, nmphonertpM, Photofrapha, and kindred
goodt Colebrittfe, Aetroiaea, A.(
Wt are headquarters for arerything la the way af
Sttreopticous a&lUao Luttr&s,
Doing mannfaelarere af the
MICRO ftriRNTIPIC I.ANTRRM,
I NIVKRSITT STKROPTICOrt,
ADVKRTISKR S 8TEROI'tIC05,
RCIIOOL LANTKRh, KAMILTLANTERlf,
Kara etyle being the beet af lu eleM la the
Catalogaea of Laaterae and SllJei, with llrto
tloae for u.ing, eeat aa applieatloa.
Any eaterpri.ing at. a eaa Bake Djoa.y trite s
If agio Lantern.
jHF-Vi.Uor. U tbe Cratenalal Rtpullloa will
do wisely to defer parehealng good- ia ear Ilea
atil they eoen to tar atore la New Tork, where
they will And greater variety and more moderota
prtooe, aad tea teleet Ibea at their lei.are. Bat
wt hare atoneoeeioa lo sell eoeae Hyloe of aar
good, in the building of the Department af Petite
Coaler!, aad those not aoBiag la New Tork are
la. lend lo eell oa aar repreeontelfea Ihera,
tr-A fall etoek of Views tt the liaoolilea
aad laolr eoauala.
ty Oat eat tkio adrtrtltaaeoa far refereae.-Set
JVM I ISl-ly,
JJOOT AND SHOE JIAKLNG.
JOSEPH II. DEKH1NI1, oa Market street, la
Shew', Row, Cleero.ld. Pa., kit Jast received
a lot M of French Ctlf Khlne and Kips, the
belt ta the markat, and ll aow prepared lorn. a
faetare teerylblng la hit lino, lit nil) war.
real hie work to he el represented.
Alee, all kladl of Leather and tlboo rinding!
" aav . ...
Work done it abort tot let.
The Dell's Bun Woolen Factory
Penn township, Clearfleld Co., Pa.
n v n obti
The aubaerlUora have, at great olpenae, rebuilt a
neighborhood aeeo.slty, in the erection of a Bret
elate Woolen Manufactory, with all the modern
i 1npT2me?l?Jt!!b??1, rd ,?PPI
I all kinds of Clotha, Caisimeroi, Katinetla, Blan-
1 keta, Flannela, Ao. Plenty of goods on hand lo
upply all our old and a tuonaand new etutomtra,
whom we aak to coma and examine our atoek.
The buineaa of
CARDINO AND FI LLING
will receive oar especial attention. Proper
arrangement! will be mad to receive and deliver
Wool, to auit ouitnmere. All work warranted and
done upon the ahorteat notice, and by atriot atten
tion to buiineia wt hope to reallte a liberal .here
if public patronage.
MM MM) POUNDS WOOL WANTED!
We will pay the higbeat market price for Woo
and tell our manufactured goode aa low aa aimilar
flood i can be bought in the oounty, and whenever
we fail to render reasonable aatlifartion we can
alwaya be found at home ready to make proper
explanation, either in peraen or by letter.
JAMES JOHNSON A BON 8,
a prill A if Bower P. 0.
HAVE K0 EFFECT
t am aware that there art wine perooni a little
hard to pleaie, and 1 am .1.0 aware that tbt,
But I an so situated now that I oan satisfy tbe
rormer and prore ooncln.ively tbal "hard tunes
will not effect those who buy tbeir goods from ate,
and all my patrons shell be loltieled Into tbe se
UOW TO AVOID JIAI.D TIMES
I have gooda enough to nupply all the InbaM.
tanu in the lower tod of the oounty which I cell
at exceeding low rate from my mem mo lb itora In
Ml'LSONUUKU, where 1 eao alwaya be found
ready to wait upon eallert and lupply them with
Dry Goods or all Kinds,
Suck ai Clotha, flatinetti, Can liner!, Muallnt,
Detainee. Linen, Drilling!, Calicoaa.
Trimming!, Hi boon i, Lace,
Reedy-made Clothing, Boota and Shoe!, Ilata and
Capa all uf the best material and made to order -Hoie,
Socki, Uloree, Mittena, Laoaa, Kibbons, Ac.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rice, Molanea, Fir-h, Salt
Pork, Linaeed Oil, Fih Oil, Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Queen ware, Tinware, Caatlngi, Plowa
and Plow Caatinga, Naili, 8pikea, Corn Cultlra
tora, Cider Preaaea, and all klndi of Aaei,
Perfumery, Paint, VarnUh, Qlaai, and a gnaarat
aanortment of Stationery,
Of different branda, alwaya on hand, and will be
old at the leweat poiiiuie Rgurea,
J, II. MiClain'i Medicines, Jayne'a Meilclnea i
Hoatetter a and Uoofland a uiltert.
6000 ponnda of Wool wanted for which the
highest price will be paid. Cloverfeed on band
and for sale at tho lowest market price.
Also, Agco for Strattnnvillr and Curwensville
.Call and see for yourselvaa. You wilt Hnd
everything oiuatly kept in a retail it ore.
L. M. COtTDRIKT.
FranohrlUe P. 0., August 13, 1S74.
B1GLER, YOUNG & REED,
Buoeesaora to Boy a ton A Young,t
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
PORTABLE A STATIONARY
Corner of Fourth and Plna Streets-,
TTAV1N0 engaged In the manufacture of flrsi
II elaea MACHINKRT, wererpectfulljlnron.
ht public thai wa art now prepared to HI) all
orders as cheaply and aa promptly as can be done
In any of the eitlae. We manufacture and dealla
Muky and Circular Saw-Mills
Head Blocks, Water Wheals, Shafting Pulleys,
Oiford'l Injector, Steam Gauges, Sleaal Whistles,
Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cups, Gauge Cocks, Air
Cocks, Globe Valree, Cheek Valtel, wrought Iroa
Pipea, S'.eam Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Antt
Frictloa Metre., Soap Stone Packing, Oom Pack-
ng, and all kinds of MILL W0RK logether
with Plowa, Sled Soles,
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES
and ether CAST IN IIS of all kinds.
.-Orders solicited and tiled al city price.
All letters af Inquiry with reference to machinery
of our manufacture promptly answered, by addrse.
ing as at Clearlold, Pa.
Janl7. If BIULER, YOUNG A RKKtl
J AS. II. LYTLE,
(SuoMoot la LYTLE A MITCIIRLL)
WUOLK3ALK AND RETAIL
CHOICE LINK OF TUA3.
Pereet ia Market.
BUTTER AND EGOS.
Will be kept and sold al Irtl enet. Cash U
for Country Produce.
Mackeral, Lake Berring, Cod, Ac
Barral PlokUe and EagU.k Plcklee.
PLOim AMD FEED,
rvtar, Caca Meal, Oat Meat, A.
Jaa, a, . JAB. H. LTTLE. I
rYKDNEBDAY MORN1KO, MAY 30. IT7.
,1.W ' '(
Ui.ll. MlONlluil la II liruieaoiuiia, A'
dier, I lie actual commander of the
army, with pay and cmtiluinctilii nj
gradating eighteen thousand tlullum a
year. Tlio Now York Hun, saya, ho in
ulso a good deal or a Jiolitician, and
baa no tasto fur hiding his light under
a bushel. II o la troubled with agriov
unco, and never limes a chuneo to von
lilato it, as ho did the other duy at the
anniversary dinner ot tho Chamber ol
Commerce, in very bad tusiound wilb
, ' ,
u giurin uiaruguru ui iu.'ih.
llo undeiluuk lu criliciso and to
MiiutTHt tliu economy wliicb wuncurriud
llirough by tho DcniuTutie IIouho ot
Hepreountutivc'S in tho hint Congruhti,
ulU-r a biltor op(fition by llio Scnulu
und tho Adinihistrution, by wuy ol
(showing tliut tho army hud been badly
treated. It in the habit of a certain
clatwof otTicein to muko light of u very
etrortof retrenebmont, Oripeciulty when
it applien to their own pay and gran
deur. They look upon themselves and
the ofTlcera of the navy as belonging
to mi aristocracy which tho Govern
ment ts bound to iiiuintain without re
gard to expexe.
More than thi.4, nineo tho era of ex-
truvoganeo and corruption began, they
have contended for a big urtny and a
big navy, as nocessnry to their conse
nuence and rank, Thcne ideas did not
exist before tho civil war. The gal
hint and dlNtii.gUlkcd men w ho hud
, won t10ir httireU Ulld Wore them mod-
eutly wore content wilb whut the
country couM ulTurd. They noverim
)orliined Congress to rovivo ohsululo
rank or to erctito olTlt-crj, unknown to
our aervico. All this bus boon cunnged
and nlill (Jen. Shermun ia not huppy.
"tt hat," said ho, "i tho army of the
United Stutou? Twenty thouiMind
ofilistcd men and twenty fivo hundred
oflicein."' Vet it is only a low day
ago I lutt an oniciul order was iwued
by tho War IVpartmont rodueing the
army to twenty thousund five hundred
which had been voted lust year lor the
Sioux war, then supposed to bo immi
nent. Gen. Sherman could not possi
bly bo ignorant of the fact, and fhcro
foro when ho cut off 5,000 soldiers by
a liyure of speech, bo did not increase
bis credit with tboso who may look
upon him as an authority for the fon e
and efficiency of tho army.
Tbo condition of tho country do
mauds tbo strictest economy in the
administration of all its afl'uirs. The
civil sorvico was largely reduced in the
last Congress, and will be still iurtber
cut down iu tho present one. .More
than seven million wore stricken from
tho navy, again.il an organised clamor,
without in the least degree impuring
efficiency. The army alone eseupud
the axe, and that was owing to a com
bination of circuinntuneus which can
not well recur.
liuyond tbo imperative necessity lor
curtailing tbo public expenditures, lliu
army is numerically lur beyond uny
real or supposed need ol the country.
Wo have seen during the last eight
years lo what degrading partisun uses
tho army was put, until States wore
converted into satrapies, and the bayo
net substitulod Ibr the bullot box.
And it is no secrot, whatever may bo
professed now, that lien. Sherman did
as much as any other living man lo
luvor that policy, and especially Lo
collect a force at tbe capital to over
awe tho House of Jiepresenttitivos and
inaugurate a fraudulent President.
There bas been altogether too much
army in our recent politics and tbe
time has come when tho standing
menace must bo set aside, and tho
force reduced lo the lowest point con
sistent with protection to tho frontiers
and with taking care of tho tbris.
When Gen. Shermun tolls tho public
lhatcoinmerco depends upon tho army,
and that "pirates would bo free to an
cbor at our wharves and take posses
sion of our cities" but for this proteo.
tion, ho insults tho public intelligence
and depreciates bis own character i,r
Ten thousand men aro abundunl for
our standing army in lime of peace
The fathers warned the people uguiusl
tbo dangers of military authority.
They had Been tho la to ol other re
publics, and regarded the army as
among tho chief perils to which tree
government would bo subjected. This
warning ought to bo heeded ul'lcr tho
recent experience Certainly, when a
great policy is to be carried out, tbo
army should bear Us portion of the
retrenchment. Tho people insist upon
a reduction that will save tilled! mil
lions a year to the taxpayers, and Con
gress dura not refuse it. At least wo
look lo tbe House ol liepreseiiltitives
to stand firm.
V AO ARIES OF 1MPERSOXAL
"The political morals of Mr. Tilden
havo always been o! a low order. Ho
was for years a leading member of the
ring ot plunderers of which Tweed
was tho head. While Tweed was rob
bing the Treasury of Now York, de
frauding the legal voters of their
rights, and carrying on tho system ol
spoliation that bas made his name
synonymous with the worst typo of
political infamy, Samuel J. Tilden as
his confidential Iriond and advisur. It
was only when tho villainy of Tweed
was exposed, ami concealment was im
possible, that ho turned upon bis form
er Iriond and denounced him. Under
the providence of God, the Nation has
been saved from the great calamity
that would have lallen upon It in tho
election of such a contracted, mean
spirited man to the Presidency. A
graduate of Tammany Hall, he would
havo transported to Washington tho
vicioui system of politics that is
blighting tbe prosperity ol New York,
and wbicJi has made it odiously con
spicuous for the want of honor, con
science and integrity In its municipal
administration." Philadelphia Prcu.
The Timet cannot too strongly con
demn tr 3 offensive personal journalism
that ebbs and flows in its season
through the columns ot Col. Forney's
Prcu. True, the Prcsi rusho in to
-il personal journalism Itself wbon
aplundororisbrougbtlobay by calling' child was about nine yearn of ago. Il
thing bj something like thoir proper lis aupposed tho firo caught Irorn the
names, ni then it tbanki Heaven I
tl nit it Ii4ii't na other men, und (hut it
never ullows "ussiiulis upon nit re indi
viduals, high tir low, li iliefigurti our
(its) columns." Next it (inns tun
ilivuto iitir.cn of n tiviMmriii SiuU'.
who guvo tliu first suhnluiitiul virltiry
ol tliu ao
to iiolititul rilorin by tliu
ovorllirow ol tliu inii iiiriuniiiiiiu eoin-
overthrow el tliu imt liiriuiihihlu eoni-
liitinl inn i,l itluiiili.l'i.rH t lui I'liuiil I'e l,iii
IllUllilet Uv Ui,i.,aLu,ka ui t.,i v
of all journals and til'iEtns suvu
those who trembled whi n jnnlicu was
about to assert her niujcnty. That mull
Samuel J. Tilden. Tho owty erinio
of which ho has been guilty is that ol
submission to a fraud that defied tho
plain expression of tho Nation uud
guvo tho Presidency to bis dtlvaled
competitor, and tho J'ri-.is butea him
for tho wrong It bus helped lo inflict
upon him. Ho bowed in dignilied si
lence rather than convulse tbo country,
und tho bousled impersoiiul jotiruul do
noitneo bint us "u leudiug member ol
the ring of plunderers of which
Tweed was llio beud ;" us the "eolill
dentiul friend uud udviser" of "tho
worst typo of political iiilutny," und us
ono who "would have transported lo
Washington llio vicious system ol pol
ilics" ihut is "odiously conspicuous lor
tho want (it honor, conscience und in
tegrity." We present tho new Icsmoii
of tho I'rm simply usouo of the uiuny
confirmatory evidences tbo average
Philadelphia newspaper presents to
lorbid lorgotllilnoHS of tho contempt
that Philadelphia jminialistn hustuiigbl
liir itself. PhiUulttihia Timet.
THE PEACH PROSPECT.
A special excursion lias been made
through tho fruit growing regions ol
Delaware, Maryland und Virginia, ly
ing between tho Poluwuro river and
Chesnpeuko Day, for the purpose til
inspecting nnd cstimutiii tho crops
und workii)gumtni;emetils for shipping
tho products to market. Tho liuit
neverpromised belter, the germs being
ull in a forward stutu of development
and giving assurance that I lie yield
will bo very heavy and tho best quul
ity. Tho young pouch trees aro very
strong and loaded with the funning
fruit, much iu advance of tbo rather
backward season. A larger acreage is
planted than cvor. The crop of 1X76
was a litilure, owing mainly lo tbo bite
frosts, wet weather and exhaustion of
largo number of trees, being only
Tho shipment of fruit will begin
about tbo 20th of July. Tho heaviest
crop of peaches ever raised in this
region was that of 1875, when the
total shipment amounted to 9,072 car
loads; aggregating, 4,330,000 baskets,
but tbo onliro yield aggregated (1,000,.
000 baskets, nearly a third having
spoiled en routo to market. Tho
uvorugo price in 1875 was about thirty
cents a basket of those shipped, but it
is expected that a better average price
will bo made this year. Theabipmoiits
for 1S75 woro as follows: From ICirk-
wood (sixteen miles below Wilming
ton), 41,495 baskets ; Mount Pleasant.
311,496; Armstrong's, 186,701; Mid
dlcton, the banner station, C.'iJ, t J7 ;
Ginn's Station, 105,010 ; Townscnd.
139,203; Blackbird, 18,258; Green
Springs, 70,000 ; Clayton, a junction
station fed from the Kent county, (Mil.)
and other branch railroads, S60.743 ;
lironford, 162,751 ; Mooreton, 129,095;
Dover, 153,201 ; Wyoming, 227,182 ;
Woodsido, 32,395 ; Cantorberry, 40,-
456; Fulton, 88,183; Harrington, 49.
427 ; Furmington, 30,209 ; Greenwood,
65,855; Bridguvillu,131,G70; Itoss Sta
tion, 12,553; Seaford, 35,298; llroad
Creek, 0,500; Laurel, 64,307 ; Del-
This year tho yield is expected to
aggregulo 7,000,000 buskets.
THE .SECRET OF FT.
Don Piatt professes to havo unravel
ed tbo exact and reliublo true inward
nesB ot the postponement of tho exira
session of Congress. The t urpt l bag
gers of tjio Senate, holding the luilunce
of power iu tbul body, bud been iu nu
gotiution with tho Democrats (o do
what tho Electoral Coin mission refused
go buck of tho returns and unseat
Hayes by showing that Tilden was
elected. Wo rpiote :
"The liadiciil rusculsof South C'tirn
linn and Louisiana, maddened by the
unexpected desertion ol llujes, bad
reatly for publication all the rolteuness
ul Floriduuud Louisiana through which
1 1 ayes secured his inauguration, and
tbo production uf tbul would havo
forced an investigation uud the Prcsi
dent would have tounil liimsell 'depen
dent 11 pun fivo desperate fellows in tbo
Scliulu. They would then liu nmsiers
ul tho situation, liisleud of llio Admin
Tbo Democracy, ul bust no leading
Democrat, would enter into u conspir
ucy for uny such purpose, especially
with carpel-buggers und convicted
rogues who turn Sluto's evidence, Hut
suppose somosturlliiigdiscoveries were
made by Mad. Wells und Packard,
who now, by and with tbo consent ol
Hayes, aro being kicked out of
the South, tliu Democrats would have
to order an investigation, and the re
sult of that would depend on the hand
fill of desperate and rebellious Repub
licans in tbo .Senate.
And so to avoid all this the extra
session was culled for October.
Yes, and that is not all. If they
find they cun run tbo machine smooth,
ly until then, tho President will revoke
his proclamation and wo shall have no
extra session at all."
Five Ciiiluiikn Burned. Early on
Tuesday morning, May 15th, a horri-
blo cutustrophooectirred al Little York,
a station on tho Syracuse and Hing
hamplon railroad, (Illy miles north of
Uinghamplon. Tbe place isu flag station
and the station house was occupied by
Prank Danigan, section foreman.
About fivo o'clock he started tho kitch
en fire, and accompanied by his wife
wont across the track lo tho barn,
leaving their fivo small children asleep
in the bouse. Tho mother returned
from milking shortly afterwards and
found the bouso in flames Culling her
busUand, they both wont into tho build
ing, but could nol reach tbo second
story on account of the fire. The
mother attempted to rush into Ihe
flames, but was restrained by hor hus
band. Both wore severely burned.
Tbe children were all burned lodoath.
Tho bodies woro recovered In about
two bourn afterwards. The oldest
A COLORADO OUTFIT.
Tho editor tit' the Colnruilo riringti
Gi:clle, I'uini-lics tho liillovving pro-
gruniiuu lur mi outtlt fur tliosu ho
wunt In Went." lie wi s :
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line, Hit uveiMliuij til III ft untililv.
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I bero I tin ie, mi' lit tnliii,.. llili'i-lol-
Persons going into llio Sun Jiiuu
country to immpti i rcipiiro linin (300
lo .il K) tush, besides the lolluwing
IMltlV, . .-....., . . ,,, . .
Vr lug pan
t atnp emit, ,
lln-ed pat, ,
litiee no p at,-..,..
knlieeui loth ,
Cue" uiill (iron).,
Tu tabivijiuun. .,
consisting uf three double blankets
and one poncho, would cost about $12.
cloth I Nil.
Ono substantial suit ot clothes, ono
puir of heavy boots, the soles lilled
with hobnails, with perhaps a puirul
shoes to wcur uboul camp, a soil but
und overalls and blouse, und you have
ull that is necessary for comfort and
A man will cut ubuut one pound ol
flour per day, one bull' pound ot heel
or one fourth pound of bacon. Dried
fruits, such us upples, currents und
prunes, shutiid be used Ireely with
lieuvy diet, to insure perfect health.
Mn.ts ami li u mins
uro u great tissistunco to tbe prospector
tiller be arrives iu a mining country,
us well as in going ill. A good mule
will cost in Sun J nun I rum ?100 to 815D;
u pony uboul $75, und a burro uboul i '"""I could contemplate such a thing
830. lint u person who does not j w ithout tho horrible dread ol u con
ciiiiosu to be lo Ibis expense muy lind ; fpu-sl of Turkish territory by tho fins-
I'ucililes lor gelling in wnb freighters,
w ho uro duily starting into the coun
try. bile a lent is a very goo 1 tiling,
it should only be taken vvheii tiutis
pollution is uinple; very few luko
Uietii, us sleeping in the open uir is ul
tended wilb no suffering or inconven
ience in thai chiuulu. '
SI I. M Ml tools.
Tbo best steel lor gads is English
steel. This cun be seldom found ex
cept in ihu lurger cities iu the Mules,
but ull tbo nulling tow ns in Colorado
keepall vaiielies. ll costs troai thirty
live cents lo lorty ceiils per pound.
Dulls lor prospecting work shuohl be
tnude out nfocvcii-cighths or ono inch
sleel und three lu number lour itru
oulliflillivo lUliJ-No. 1. titzhUcu ilH tl- i
' S i
es long ; No. 2, 26 inches long, und
No. 3, 36 inches long. You also wunt
one sinking hummer a six pound,
cosl 64.50. Abo, olio hrcukmg bum
mer, eight pun hub, cost ubuul$5.L.O;
ono tracing pick, cost 2.00 ; une pros
pecting polo pick, cost $2 WO ; one
long bundled shovel, cost 150; four
gads mudeol'sqiiaieoiieund one Iburth
inch siuel, eight inches long; ulso
powder und fuse. This gives a general
idea of Itn outfit us used iu San Juan,
und il is about ull thai is necessary
for a scusou of prospecting in the
RETIIEXCll THE ARMY.
So jealous wero tho fathers of tbo
Republic in regard lu tho possible
abuses of tho military arm of tbo Gov
ernment, that they even restricted
Congress within narrow limits when
reciting its grant of powers, in section
eight of the Conslitnlion, ns follows:
"To rail sad support anoint t but no appro
priation ot money i tl.at use ab.ll Ih- lor a lu ,-r
teim th in two yuan."
Wo have seen how this Constitution
bus been trampled under foot and
mocked at to curry out partisan meus-
urisjuni now. alter twelve years of
so-eulletl peace a r ruuduleut President
not only dull js its letter an I its spirit ,
but openly uud audaciously sets aside
the luws intended to protect the Treas
ury, by assuming to support tbo army
in tliu beginning ul a new fiscal year
on croilit, ami willioiil a dollar ol up-
prupniiliou by Congress.
II the Kxeculivo be allowed to tuku
upon himself legislative functions, und
to usurp thegiiurdiunsbiptii tbo public
purse liir three or four months, why
nol for u year? Where is tbo line to
bo drawn, when a Fraudulent Presi
dent cluitus tbe discretion to decide for
himself, und is upheld by un obsequious
Cubinel? By posi poning the cull ol
Congress until after the Ohio election,
ho has tbuurted u needed reform and
imposed ti Inirileii of many millions on
W lieu tbo fYiMips were gathered at
Washington by his advice to threaten
the representatives of ihe people, Gen.
Sherman repeatedly staled thai they
were iu ly tiuii-lers iu the regtilut
course of service and llieir presence at
'be i uphill bud no signilicuiicu what
ever. Tboso Hoops were kept in slate
of preparation lor flugranl war, the
butteries woe kept loaded, and it re
quired only a touch or tho new tele
graph wire constructed lor the purpose
lo open firo on tbo llotiso of Repre
sentatives, and for soldiers to rush into
tho hull, Cromwell Cushion, to disperse
the people's nccnts.
Tho secret history uf that startling
episode bus yet to be written, but when
il is published, n conspiracy to steal
tbo Presidency and tbo public liberties
will lie revealed that will astound tho
world. If tho army did not then come
to tho front it was not hecauso tho
troops wero unprepared to strike quick
nnd hard, but hecauso another method
was contrived to make the fraud sue
ccsslul without bloodshed.
Tho lesson must not ho forgotten.
Independent of it lliero is no need for
an army exceeding ten thousand men.
Associated with it, there is overy reason
for a reduction down to the last man
needed for duty. Tho county demands
economy. Tho army is tho greatest
leak, and it must ho stopped. Nearly
six thousand officers, of tho largo and
smnn tiegrco, aro drawing pay, or
about ono ofileer to every threo or
four men. A', Y. Snn.
Peter Herdic, President and princi
pal stockholder in tho Willinm.pnrt
boom monopoly, has a legal quarrel on
hand with llio Lock Haven liooin
Company. Hcrdic's complaint Is, that
the hitler, by an Illegal process, catches
and delaines floating logs which the
owners Intended for tho boom at Wil.
liamsport, and he baa asked the Su
preme Court to restrain tbo Lock
Haven people by an injunction from
doing so any more.
A CHANCE FOR A HOWL.
Tho Piili iul in alluding to Union feel,
ing down South, unya :
"Hero Ik Ulinllicr clmnco fur Hen.
... , , , . ,
I'1 I I'll" H'l'lel" ' "l''i R l
exilclivc or bo will
lint he u'llo lO clo'
jn-llce tn the subjei l A Now Orleuns
ili-nilcli alutea (hut (ioe. Nu Ii.iIIk and
hIuIT t ieiteil tho I'nited Htuli" xhip
ill in- i-liieiii
displayed mid tbe tntuul ceremonies by
a Iniill of-wur puid to tbo visitors. Gov
ernor Nicbolls expressed to Captain
ll.i net t tin- lope that tliu Plymouth
would remain hero until after Thurs
day next, tho time nppointed for a
grand bull und reception tendered by
tho cilicelis totlieollicersol tbo United
States army und navy stationed ill this
p irl. Tho dispatch continues : 'Itmuy
bo stated that there are mutual regrets
on tho part of the citizens and the
ollleors of the Plymouth that tbo do
pui turo on Saturday morning of that
vessel from this port will prevent a
participation by the ship's oflleers in
tho reunion on llio 21th. This promises
to bo the most brilliant event of the
social season here, as it will ho a grace
ful and hospitable evidence of the fra
ternal feeling between tho people Ol
this section und tliu representatives of
tbo federal government." If this is
not flat burglary in the opinion of
Wuile, Philips, Itl.tino and company,
wo should like to know what is.
Moi kkkv. Tbo modesty of Eng
land is refreshing. The English heart
bleeds for tbo oppressed Christians ol
the liulkun Peninsula, und tho rule of
tbo Turk is hu'.eful lo the English con
science. r.vcn liussian vengeance
would bo sweet, il visled on (ho Olio
man oppressor, provided tho British
siuu unities. Hut while England warns
linssiuugninst t Lo l i refill consequence,
ol such an international outrage, a
cable despatch inliirms us that the
Trunsiiuitl, a defenceless little Dutch
licpuhlic in South Allien, at peace
with ull llio governments nf tho world,
has been subjugate I by English arms
uud proclaimed a part nf tbo British
Empire. Il would seem that tho royal
right ol conquest belongs exclusively
to John Hull. The ('nmmonveiillh.
Hn on oi lit l.'mii or riiAVi.u The
Allegheny Democrat : Hon. Sumner
lialdwlu, who was an interested spec
tutor ut llio Cincinnati Convention
wbich tioiuinuted Hutcs, suid to us,
when lie returned : "I Ull you, Nichols,
tliat (,V- Il"'t'!' ' ,tiTt'0,,tl Abruhaiil
, . ,,,,. . . i .
Lincoln." His opinion amused us, but
not more so than the remark ho made
on his return from tbo Assembly two
weeks ago. Said an earnest Republi
can lo Is i id : ' What do you think of
lluves ?" "O," be replied, with a mourn
fill look, "1 uiu uf'ruid ho is a traitor
that tbo Democrat have captured
him, but let us wuicb and pray I"
'Pray and bo d d," said the irascible
ruilieul, ' I've triilYifff him long enough
lo become convinced (bat he is beyond
the reuch of prayer."
Some administration journals an
iiounce with much apparent grutifica
lion thai IhcdiUcroncc betwoen Hayes
and Hlaino ou tho President's policy
aro in process of adjustment, and we
don't doubt it. lluyes is a Radical
und will soon fraternize with his old
ei'iilicrcs. All he bus done in tho way
of conservatism was merely in lulflll
incnt of tho contract made by his
friend, Stanley Mathews, and which
secured him tho Presidential office.
A carefully prepared statement from
the Agricultural Department showi
tbul tbo wheal product of tho United
Stutes last yeur was nearly ihrco bun
died million bushels, and, taking tho
uverugo of tho past fivo yeuts as a
basis, it is shown that the amount re
quired tor homo consumption will ho
ubout two hundred million bushels.
leaving a surplus uf ono hundred mil
buns tor export.
The Rochester VmoTiif imagines
Field Marshal Uulsteud crying excited
ly luGuIl Hamilton: "Hi there I don't
sliisil. 1 never suid anything. It was
Deacon Richard Smith."
Ono of tho w armest political con
tests uf I lie day is liir the Murshulship
iu Kentucky. Messrs. Fry and Hums
uro tho candidates. Their names are
Tbo Des Moines Remitter would like
to have it understood lhalex-GuVcrtitir
Carpenter resigned his position in lb
Treasury becuuso ho couldn't indorse
ihu President's policy.
The Democritliu Statu Committee ol
Ohio w ill meet on Muy 31st, in desig-
iiute tbo time Ibr holding tho next
Packard no longer wastes his vulu
ublo timo writing letters to tho Presi
dent, llo now presents bis grievances
AIIMIralHI'HAKIH'a SKITIC K.-Notioe
I. hereby ,iven tbal Lrltereof Ad'nlni.tra
:i.,a on the e.lale of JONATHAN W IrlllK, tir.,
leie et llradford !we-bip, Clearnold county, Pa.,
Iro'd, hat ln( Sera dnly fentod la Ihe under
.itned. all peraen. indebted la eaid e.tato, will
please make immistiata psTBeat. and lhae bav
ins claim, or d,-maa,la will presoi.t them properly
reinrniicNiva lur .Vllieute'.l wirnnui ttel.v.
A II It AM PKAKi'R,
Willi. ra.emve, Ma, 9, 'ltd. A'lm'i
NViire I. hereby jlvea that tetters of Ad
mini. Ir. lion oa Ihe dale of JollN B RAKP
KRTV. I.te of Penn township, ClearlMd
county, Pa., dee'd, havinf been dulv greeted to
the ondpntyned, all peraona Indebted to eaid
estate will piece make immsdtate peymeal. aad
those having claim, or dsraaads w'ill present
,r,n proprriy aiioienooai.il rr wtilorasnt wttn
out delay. CIM H I.KS II K U'K R.
Mm. B. RAfKKRTV,
(Iretnoinn II II 'w. Mae 1. 177 1 uHnVrs.
A nailKliaTHATOII'm MOTH' ei-Nolloe
I V ! nrrehv ,iven that Letters nf Arimlni.ira
Hon an the eetaie of UAl.Til A7.Krl UKNNII.
late af CoviaRltia township, ClearSeld eoanty,
Pa, deeeaead. havleff brew duly granted lo tbe
ander.ined. all petenna Indebted ui eaid e.tat
will ph-eeo mehe Immeilieto psymewl, and those
having claims or demande will proeest Ibem
properly autbenlieetrd fee eelllrmtnl witboal
dewy, JOHN B. RRNO,
Pnachvlllo. Pa., May I. 77 0
A lIIMH'K ATOM'S NliriCK.
Notice is berrby give ibat Utter, of A I
uiiai.trellot on Ihe estate of WM. T. TIIOHP.
lele of Ureenwond lown.hiu. Clearfleld annate.
Pa., deeea-ed, tariag beea duly granted to Ihe
eneereignea, ail pereons la.lebted lo eaid dale
-ill plessa make immediate paymcat, and Iboee
having eleiiuB or demande egaiart the soma will
preerul them properly autbrolleeted linr eatUe
lariilwilbeol deley, CHAKi.KS TlioHl',
. I'ooer, April St. Admiulslrster
ClAI'Tlltll.AII sierscasara hereby eaellea
a.ag.iaetparcaaelagariaaaf wa, mod
dliag wilb Ihe wUowlsg pronerly, avw la the
poeeeaaiea of Idward O.vie, "I Heeearia etwaebip,
1st Ot.a be, beee. I blaea aaree. t ecu hemea.
I wled mill, I plow, I barrow, I hue. I two bona
wage, aad I acres of wheel la Ihe aresaad. aa aba
same belong, la ma aad It ten with blm tubhr
Is my ardor al aay time. JOSHUA K. OAVU.
men nopa, May IS, IS77. Hie
Fine Farm at Private Sale !
Pliuate la lliintinidon onanlr, Pa., one mile
J north ol the vlllatf,. r hurat OaUine, I'ult.in C
e..Dl.'oli..hr-r bundnd and lemif rlil'tt ar
a,,ro I"". liniretiMie. graeel end alale land
un.irr g.Ki'l etaie of e-ilnieilna. roe improve'
Ufnla ooiiaUt of trout drolling hnuae, bank barn
4iti , l Irtl, wag a -bed, orn enh b"g peal. af-
eral., tan truant ha.o.. ew unit, two yooo
afple orchard. Issarins trait, one Ibouiand pan el.
an,t rail react Illy acrea ntead- w, una bna-
r no. ear. a irram 01 uevr laMt av naur
rua through thii property, making H panieularly
w II adui ifii in iHitti Mik tad grain raiting. If
ueiirthi, will b divided l auil purchasers Thia
properly is wa r nar projected rout of two
railroads, otic of which IH be built this Coming
Hummer. '1ttrm ot mi, kyplf to '
H V. WILSON,
Lor-k Boa l"0. Cloarneld, Pa.
Cl.arfleld. Man b II, 1877 flu
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In acror lnnoe wha an Act of the Oenenl As-
sembly of this Commrnwnllb, approved the 2'.'d
day of Msrrb, A- I. 1871, and ihe supplement
approve i the ltd day of April, A. D. llt, "relat
ing to the collection of tales in tbe county ol
vict.rt.riti, prHiot ii loereioro aereny given to
tbe tail. ay era residing in tbo districts below
named, tbet the County Treaaurer, ia aeoordanee
ono me second secltua or satd Act, will attend
at tbe place of holding the borouahaod twnahiu
electioua on the following named djys, f.r too
purpose ol rrocivieg the Uouoty and tiiale Uiee
asao4 lor too year if 77 :
For l atoa towBibip, Moa lay, lune Itb.
Por lulitift, brady township. Tuesdty,Juoe th
Por Truutville, brad) twp., Welnesday, June Atb
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Por Jordan township, Wednesday, Jane Uth.
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from 1 to f o'clock.
Pr Huruside twp .Patturdey, Jane Kth.
Fr Hurncid thr, Hmtny, Juno lih.
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For .Jrteno.MHl township vVclneejNy, Junt Id.
For Ft-rusun tuwnhip, rhuraday. June II. from
f tr II.
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from I tos.
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For lluattin township, Saturday, June 1.1.
For l ike township, UunU. Juiie lift.
Fur t amt-osvilio, Tut sday, Juno 3a, to 3 o'clock.
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ueet to prompt laipttyers. Parti-a ean, from the !
istol Mat, pay ihitr I lea at tba Treasurer
NoTtri to WacaaaTa. A mo opponaaitt
otll be give to merchauts lu oume loroard al
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t'ltarlleld. May 16, 1877. Treasarer.
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This new and well rnrnl.tird boo . k.p'i
lakrn by the undersigned, lie ferl, .s.,,,,.
bfing able lo rrndi-r .ai Islaslioo r II,..,. , J
faeor him with a call. '
May S. 1SI,. il. w. Is, r,,., ,
I OYD HOUSE,
1 i alum Htrerl,
PIIILIPMlHRU, 1'KN.S s
Tal.ls always si, ,ll,sl Willi the he.i tl,. n,.,k,
afforde. 1 be traveling public is Invii.d ',.r,
J ''? ROIIKHT l.mi,
9. a. auaui.li.
a. w. AKsut.n.
F. K. ARNOLD L CO.,
ElankcrM niul Itrol.irs,
Hcjllold.rlllB. Jcn'eraull I'u., s.
Money received t,n d.poslt. fjoeouia. .i
di'tate ral,-a. Ka.lern and Foreign Kii-h.i,. ,
wa.a on band and collcrtii-n. promptl, i,lB,f
KrynoM.vllle, Die II), l7..y
County National Bank,
OP CLL'AHKtKLD, PA.
KOOM In Maeume Duililing, one do,., i...,. .
C. 1'. Wetson's Ilnig Store.
Passage Ticket. Ii, anil from Liverpool, eun,,,
tnwn, OIb..w, lndon, Pari, and t'.-i-.r...,
Alan, Drall.for aaleun Ihe Royal U.mk ..I i,
and Imperial Hank nf London
JAMKS T I.KONAK0, p,,
W. M. R1IAW, Ca.hier. .,,"!,
DREXEL & CO., "
No. 31 Mouth Tlilrrl mroel, PUil, i,,,
And Dealers in Government Sccur,t;,
lion, and all information rtn
r.rr. .,-.,.. niii win ri-eoirr pr..i,t 4ilMl
full rl of Inlllrlel Terlh. .
Uliiijla of tnlrlrlal Teeth.
Drs. HILLS & IIEICIIHOU),
rLk A K sl Kl.n ps-vv-i
I Vr. A M Mill, would Inform in. Inn,!. ,,,
j palirnts tint be lis. as.,K'l,l.-d with hi,a, ia It,
iprwlict of drn'.ry, llr. J L H. Ileirlih. I a
R.ntleuian wbotn lie can rrsuinmciid o;tb Ul
eMurance of gi Ing .sli.tanil ,n. si , si I he ch.i.e
lo bsoul l lbs oOice. All work gunrnstmt 1.
giva Mill. fa. -lion. A M ll.l.l.S.
0;l is, 7S If. JiL.lt. llh'll lill il.D
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
toffist lo Bank Building.)
Curweuailllc. Clearfield Co.. Pal
met 22 tr.
J. M. STEWART,
(Office In Maauiiic UoiUing j
Cteartrld, Pa.. May t. ISrr-ly.
F. M. OAEDOS & BE0
Co Market St , one door oeat ol Mansion Ilnia,
Oar arrangement! aro rf the most et-tni-IrK
-baracter tor furnishing tho put.lio with Frk
M rota of all hind, and of l ho very best quality.
Waalao deal in all kinds of A grieoltural luile
raenta, which we k.-ep n eifaiMiion lur the b-a-
Hit of the public. Cell aruand obea In tin,
and luke a looa at lh:ng, vr e IJrA ns
r. I'AKDuN A URO.
Clearfleld, Pa , July It, IHT& tf.
FRESH 11EAT-EM' SllOPi"
The nndi-r.lgneil her by inform, the upl,',. ia
teoeral that they k,p un band, rrgu .rit, at
Iheir chop, adjoin ing J 0 II Mi l ! 1,1 1) ll rl luruilere
rooms, ppo-lte the Court lloo.s, Hi.
UEST l-HKSH HKKF, VKAl, MITTO
LAMB, POKK, ETC., AT
REDUCED PRICES. KOR CASH.
Market morning. Tueedar. Tharnlav. end
Saturdays. Meal dstivered at reside,,.,, ah.a
A abase ef palroange is re.peetfuIlT solicited.
March I, Is;, ly. bTAUKA X'JIlKlS.
M. B. SPXCKMAN
Desires to announeo to tbe public that bs hss
CABINET MAKINOttllOP IX CI.K IRFIPLD
Where he will KEEP ON IIANU
P TJ a N I T TJ R E ,
Ard do al kinds of rARINKT WORK ai d flE
PAIR HtKNITllllS of all kiids.on abort
notice end in the best pc.ihle manner, shop ul
Pour's street, ei,p..tlts I'.rk A M rrill'. Osmaj.
sll"P. Aug 2, ly
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET 8TIIKET, 8KAK P.O.
The undersigncl begs tear, to Inform ihe riti
acne uf CiearHeld, and the public generally, Ikal
he ha. cn band a line aseortntrni uf Fumiiare,
.ocb a. Walnut, rhe.lnnt and I'alntcd Ctiambrt
Auilrs, Parlor Suites, Reclining and Kitrnii"!
Obaira, Ladiea' and tlcote' Kasy Chairs, Iht Prr
foraled Dining and Parlor Chair., Cane Sral.aod
Windsor t'haira, Clothe. Bar., Step and bora
.lutt Ladder., Hat ftachs, Rcrubbing llrush-e, tt
MOULDINU AND PICTt KB FltAMKS.
Looking Hlaes, Cbrouoe, Ao wkich would,
aullal.le tur llulidey preeenta.
deelliy. JOHN TltlHTMAS
R E A DI N GFO RALL 1 1
ROOKS J- STATIONERY
Market Nt.. I'lturfiald. (at the Pott nglfii
ffHK undereigncd bege leav, la annooose te
X the eitiaen. al Cl,.,rlleld and rtoinitr. lh.t
he has Sited up a room and has ju.t returnee
from the eily with a large amount of rralin.
malter, aonsistlng in part uf
BiMea and Misoellaneoui Books,
Blaak. Aoeoanl aad Past Book, of ererv d.
esnplloiii Psper aad Vneelupss, Prenh preeeed
and plain Pen. and P.aciiei lilank L''.'
Paper., Deed.. Mortgage. , Judgment. Ko-uy
llun and I'Mmiaarv auieei White and P.rrh
meal Brief, Legal Cap, Hecrd 0p. end Sill l'F,
Sbeel Mueia, lur eititer Ptaao, Plate er Vi'-iia,
con.iantly on head. Any boka er ataiionar,
de.lrrd that I o,a) not have on h.nd.willkeor ler'd
by tret esprc.., aad told at nbole.ahr or reeiil
to euit customers. I will alee keep periodical
literature, suob at Mag.tiats, Nswpai..r.. Ac
r. A. oaIlin.
rirarteld. May T, l,lf
. MATZER4 LYTLE,
Mantel Klie.-t, ( lcaraM, Pa.
J.a I, IITT-lf