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THE MANSION HOUSE.
CLEAR I'IKI.O. PA. I
TtHIB eld lid eomaodioo, llol.l bu. daring ;
t. past year, b..n onlnrf..d to doabl. tu ,
lorver eapeelty for tb. .nt.ruinm.nt of itrn-1
eeri end aualti. Tb. wkole betiding ba. eea I
r.furalihed, nnd lb. proprietor will iparo ic
pttni to rend.r tall gu.lli eomfoiteble wblli
luylnf with bin.
Witt 'Hanilei Hook" Omolboi rani to
end from tba D.pot on tb arrival and dapartarf
of .acblr.ln. VY. 0. CARDON,
July ll ir-tf ProprialM
I.LKGEEX Y HOTEL
Market Htreet. Ciearlleld, Pa.
Wi. 8. Bradley, formerly proprietor of tb
Iananl Hons, fair la leased tbe Allegheny
Hotel, anlieiia a shar of public patronage, Tb 1
House bu been thoroughly repaired mil newly j
furnished, aod guest will And it a pleasant Mop
ping plao. Tit ubl will be aupp.il with tb
best of everything la tb market. At th bar
will be found tb beat wines ana liquors, uoou
nUbliDg aurbd. WM. H. BRADLEY,
May 17, 'TV l'ropritr.
(Cor. of Mark el A Front itrwti,)
Tbs undersigned baring taken charge of thli
Hotel, would respectfully solicit ruhiic patronage.
1.1,2a, '78. II. KKWTON bUAW.
NEW WASHINGTON, FA
Tbi now and well funilsheVl bom hit been
Inked by th undersigned. He feels confident ot
being able to render an I infer lion to thoi who may
ftvrtr bim with a call.
.May 1 87 J. tt. W. DA VIP, Prop'r.
J Mala Strati,
PniLIPBBUHU. 1 ENH A.
Talite alrrayi auppllad with tha bent tbe market
aTordi. The traTehng publle la iorited to oalL
J.n l,'7. ROIIKKT LOVD.
County National Bank,
OP CLEARFIELD, PA.
f 00M in Maaonlo Building, on door north of
ILC, D. Wauon'a Drujr Store.
I'aitatte Tlcketi to and from Liverpool, Qaeen.
town, (ilugow. London, Pari and Copenhagen.
AIko, Draftx for late on the Royal Bank of Ireland
and Imperial Bank m London.
J AM KB T. LEONARD, Prei't.
W. M. BIIAW, Caabier. janl,'77
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 31 Houth Third Street, Philadelphia
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Appllcntloa by mail will reoalra prompt attan
floo, and all Informatiob cheerfully furni.bed
0r.lera lullnlad. , April ll-tf.
r. a. armoi.tj. a. w. aaaot.D. J. a. arxolp
F. K.ARNOLD &, CO.,
ItaukerM ami IlrokerM,
Rfjnuldivlllo, Irircraon Co, Pa,
Uoney reoclved on depontt. Dlteuuntl at uio
drrnto ralr. Euitern and ForeiffO Exrbanfal
wtiT" on Inind and collection! promptly made.
Ueynoldavtlle, Deo 10, I874..y
r l. n. UK I CI I II OLD,
ii k c i: n dentist;,:
(Iraduate of tha Penn.ylranl Onlletaof Dental
fiorgery. (ifnoa io reeitlenoa ofDr. Hilli.oppofito
the hhw Home. Mcbl3, '7o-tf.
(Olee In Sank Building,)
Curwenavllle, Ciearlleld Cn Pa.
nob J2 '7o tf.
J. M. STEWART,
(OCIee la reilueace, Sccoad atraet.)
Nitrnoi Oslile Oal adtnioUlrred for the pain
..a attraction of toatb.
Clrartrld. Pa., May 1, 1877-17.
1 On PIUMTING OP SVERY DE9CHIP
tloa neatly aianutad at this affioe.
' MEAT MARKET.
F.M. CAEDON St BKO,,
On Market 0L, on doorweitof Mansion Houm,
' CLEARFIELD, PA.
Oar arrangement ar rf th moil eomplett
baraoter tar furnlibing th pabll wtln xrtib
Meu or all kind, and of tne very Mat quality.
W alio deal in all kinds of Agriealtnral Imp,
uenta, which we keep on exhibition fr tb ben
efit of tb pubhe. Call around whea In (own,
and take a look at things, or addreaa ui
F. U. CARDON A BRO,
Clearfield, Pa July U, 1876-tf.
Just lleocived !
Jul HoroiTcd by ARNOLT), at
Car Load Nova Scotia Plaattr !
Car Load piiro Corn, Rye and Oats
Car Load Pen ken Salt 1
Car Lond Choice Family Floor !
Cur Load Dry Cioodn, Groceries, &c!
f!siiinle, liurk, Ii. ii. Tics and
Gruin will bo takori in exchange
Curwonsviilo, May 1, 187S.
TNCOD WE TR l)HT.-AII otbn mutt
X Py fu their work bo for it Ivavee th
hop. And a all flash la as tbe fraHof thatWId,
and tb nromiaea of men are like tb flowers
thereof tuey aro given one day and forgotten
thenest tbetefure it Is best not to trust anybody.
All kinds of work will b don In this shup for
east) or ready pay lloou and shoes of all sites
and styles tb best and obpeit in town.
I have reiuoTed my shop to tb lower nd of
town, in Taylor's row, on Reed street, soar th
depot, whtrel will b found at all times, waitios;
for customers. All work warranted food and
Alio, all klttdi of Leather and Sho Findlnji
for sal. !
Tb oltisen of Clearfleld and TloloJty ar
speotfully lnrited to give me a all.
Jus. H. DKKKINU,
Clearfleld, Pa.. July 11, 17T.
READING FOR ALL I!
BOOKS tfc STA TIONSH 7.
Market KU, ClenrflnU, (at the Poet Offlr.)
THE onderaigned kegs tear to annoanc to
tb ,tltns of Clearfleld aad rtetoity, tbal
k has fitted op a room and has Jat returned
from th city with a large ataunat of reading
matter, fjonaisting in part of
Biblos and Miscellaneous Books,
Plank, Aeoennt and Paat Books of rry de
scription; Papwr and Envelope, French pressed
and plain Pens and Pencils) Blank Legal
Papers, Deeds, Mortgages f Judgment, Rf emo
tion and Promisarv notes White and Parch
ment Brief, Legal Cap, Record Cap, and Bill Cap,
bet Miio for either Piano, Kioto or Violin,
constantly on band. Any books or stationary
dwired that I may not hare on hand, will bo ordered
by Irst zpra, and sold at wbolesak or retail
to snit eustoeasri. I will also keep periodical
literature, soak as Uagatlaes, Newnpeners, 4o. ,
P. A. UAULIN. I
C-earfl.ld. May T, IMR-tf
The Bell's Run Woolen Factory
Penn townikip, Clearfleld Co Pa.
R IT RUED OITI
aelubborhood aeeoeiity, la tbaaraetloa of a tret
elaai Wooloa Maaafaetory, with all the aiodara
ImproreraeBta attached, and are prepared to make
all kind, of Clolhi, Cu.ln.ru, fiattnotU, Bla
keu, flaanala, a. Plaaty af (oodi a kaad to
uppiy ail onrein ana a Montana a.aoaataaiara,
abvai we aak to eoe aad .taaia. oar itoak.
Th. bailaMi of
CARDIIta AND PULLIKO
wlU metre enr upeelal atuatloa. Proper
arnHiieaiaBU will a. made to raoelTe aad delirer
WMl,tofll oaitMiora. All work warrantad aad
doa. npon ta. ahortoel notlM, aad by etri.t atua
tloa to baelaoa. w. hope to raalin a liberal ekaro
of pabllo patronag.
IO.OOO POUNDS WOOL WARTKIM
We lll pay the hlihut atarkot nrloa he W
aad eU oar aaBafaetarod foodi aa lo ai elaillar
goodi eaa ko aoaght la tke Meaty, aad eraeaoaw
w. rail to render raBoeaable eatiiraatloa we eaa
alwayi ke foaad at h.a ready to make proper
etplnaettoa, attbee le poreok or ay letter.
ikuna iOHNeox a bors,
apritttrr Bowel P. 0.
Our Oun g.dMrtUrmfot.
Published mil Wadaaada; bj
GOODLANDER & LEE,
Ilaa th Lerjeet Clrralatloa af aay paper
la Horthnreetera Penneylranla.
Tbe large sod oonstsntlj inonuing
circulation of the Bifcbuoan,
rendern it viluablo to bniineM
moo an a modium thro'
which to roaoh tbe
Tkrmii or SuBscmmoN :
If paid in adrance, . . . ' f 2 00
If paid after three month", . 2 60
If paid after lix month", . . S 00
Whon papers are tent outside of the
county payment rannbe in advance.
Ten linen, or Icb, 8 time", , tl 50
Each ubei)nent insertion, 50
Adminislrutor' Notices, . ." 2 60
Executors' Noticed, .... 60
Auditors' Notices, , ." . ' . 2 60
Cautions and Extrays, . . . 1 SO
Dissolution Notices, . . . 2 60
Profesnionnl Cards, 6 lines, year, 6 00
Special notices, por lino, ... 20
YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS :
One squaro, 10 lines, . . . 18 00
Two sqnares IS 00
Thrco squares, 20 00
One fourth column, . . . , , 50 00
One half column, .... 70 00
One column 120 00
We have always on hand a large stock
of blanks ot all deseriptions.
ARTICLES Of AOREEMENT,
4o., Ac, Ac.
We aro prepared to do all kinds of
IN THE BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Goodlander A lice,
ClearfleUI County, Fa.
talk Tito f.rvkl
ffll W MrollriNf ts not
rum mm iid m ha Men
m Is Dot a net
Ild MMtd tT all I'ltlM,
lit MTrt Kkninv
!itm1 from nuttrrtBg
dlrM end aVetn butv
dml have twa
Ibr HUM)., lU.tMrr, e..rj I rimer v
llraaav. Jim,.... Ut.tU. B-i
fy.Bar and HMriiUn tw (Mm.
ft t !N P M H K WED Y tniM'UiM 1etp. nwti an
topeUS, brtwi up tli nm( uid renew, bralih
MlMHIlis Hark, r
Itr, rvmala lilwi
r Aptlie. Hrtlii' IMarnM- ml lkt K
nt or thr l rlu-lciii
t oM'T bf (or fumiahtid lu Ira
I ttMttnV ! nuiri Vr-utv.
public, and Itt at mini rWtavStMi ni) or (noM.tl in II,
na.ni.ui i yrrparf m..i
rriavwij iar inn
PN laraara and
a t r b b
WW ItJ Mil.
r paBbla to:
James L. Leavy.
Havloc nurebiHd tb otlr atoek of Frfd
Sackeit, hereby itm notice that he hat moved
Into tb room lately oeouiiitd by Hed A Harty.
on Saeond atr!, whr h ii prepared to offer to
of tb tatett tmproTtd pattern!, nt lw p .),
HOUSE FtJRNISHINO GOODS,
Oas Fixtures and Tinware.
HooGoj. Spoaliiij, Pluublog. dai Flttlni,
Hepalrlog Punp, a epaolaitj. All
Aaythlnit In my lin. will bo ordered tpeelal II
de.lraa. JAN. I, lkavv,
' " Proprietor.
OerM, Pa, July 3, H7S tf.
veaeral nawfor twenty years.
Iverrwkera BrwTral aii moot a IK
aiatPLK. ECONOBJicALaal KVPItKf
aaedtrlnea knewa. They are Juet what
tbe peapla waat, aaTlas time, aaaner,
alrkaeao aad autrerlner. Keery alnala
periae the well irlrai yeracrlptlaa mt
aua aaalaant aaiyelclaa.
Kria. Cnrec Ocnta.
1. PeTera, ConjraMlon. Inaammatlona, . . 05
a. Waraaa, W.ma Fevur, Wuna Coilc, . kS
S. rryln-aUe.orTrethlueof InfaoU,. ts
4. larrhara. of ClIMren or Adalta, . . to
ft, Dyaeaterr, Orlplruj, Btllooa Udic, . . ffa
a CaaleraMorbaa, Veanliuii.
T. tflua-ba, Colda, Broocblll ts
0. Nenralala, Tootbarbe. rareartMi, , , Is
a. Heaalarkea, Rick llradarbe, VertlfO. . ts
10. D)T.aeBMIa. BUIoa. Slooiarh fls
It. Hnpureaaea, or Palnrol porfcida, ... as
11 Whites, too Prorniie Prloda, .
IB. CmilB. Cooffh. Dlfflcnlt Br.atnln
la. Kail Rhruna, Irrlplaa. KroplUj
1.V Kbetimallftm. ftheamaiie Faine.
lft. FrTer an. Ainir, Chill Fever, Ago, . 50
IT. rile-, blind or btei-dfng 50
1ft, Ophtnnltny, and iSoruorWcak Eye. . 60
ID. C'tttarrh, acnt or chronic, Intlitenia, . 50
Kk H hwwplKK'wiiirh, Ttolent cought, . 50
tt. A nth ma, oppressed Breathing, ... 50
n. Kar twlKcbarvM, Impaired hearing, . 50
t3. Hrraftlla, enlarged glands, Nwelllnira, , 50
It. ftMirrnl Dtihtllty, rhyalcal Weakaee, , 50
ts. DniMy and acantv Becretlona, .... 50
M. ttra-Mirkneaai. UkneM from riding, . 60
t7, liiitnry.niaraae. Gravel 50
s& Nf-rvmi llrblliry. Vital Weakues, I oo
t9. iitrf null! It, Cankrr 50
SO. 1 rtnary Wraknraii,wttlngthbd, 50
311. Palnliif Prrlntfft, orwlth tinm, , . 60
St iiiranet Heart, palpllationa, etc. . I 00
a. Knlleiwey, Kpaema, Hi. Vitua' Dane, .1 00
34. lllptittierla. nlrerated ore throat, . . 50
66. ( hriir Ifiuxfotltia and ltruptloii, Ct)
Ctfr, Mororto. with ibov SI larve vlats and
Maitual nl directions, l t.O
Cm Morom. of tOiarte vlalt ana Book, .M
Tlinc reiatlea are ent r tk
Inalo ferOK ur Tial.ta any part of the
ceMiutry ffrr of rhantre, on receipt mt
Oflke and Nt. It I ' nlfitn Ml. New Ytva.
Vr w.hIk by all It raff lata.
Humphreya Speoifio Manual oa tha
ear awi troatnwBt of dlaoao and it oar.
GEO. WEAVER & CO,
SKC0XD ST It It KT.
Bav opened an. In tb rtor room latelr ooot)id
by Wearer k Btts,oB Second street, large and
wen eeieeioa siooi or
Dry - Goods, Groceries,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
QtlEEHSWAHR, WOOD A WILLOW WARI,
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Which tboy wilt difpoa of reasonable rates
lor rsao, or oxehaago tor eountry produce.
0E0ROE WEAVER k 00.
Cltarfleld. Pa., Jan. 9. H7(t-tf.
Fl.Ont. FEED, ,
JOHN F. KRAMER,
ttooaa He. 4, Pie. Opera Hoaae,
Xe.p.e.&rtaatly oa kaad
Oaaaed.aad Dried Pralta, Tokaero, Clfan, Can
dlM, Older Tlnaanr.S.tter, I era, A..
ALSO, rXTRA ROM MADI ' '
Wheat and Buckwheat Flour,
Cora Mad, Chop, Ftsd, Ac,
An wkUk ell ee .eld eeeee fee eneh er la
eieknae let eeaatfj aredeM.
JUHN P. ESAMIR.
Cleari.lt, t.. II, IIJ4..1.
Hi E H E'jHHj'lj j 6 A t
... W 1 ". ,
CLE A II KIEL I), PA.
WEDNES3AY MOHNISII, NOV. l.V IS.I.
( kv jus nee a oxm ir. ,
HI 1MPALIS CAMtntlN, HOYT il.'O. IIIK
Illl ll INWARDNKSS HP HOW CAMtll
ON, UOTT ANU III AY SIT THE
C11IEP ASIliE A PUNOtNT .
PlTTHBtHU, Oct. 2.V
Chief Jublice Agnew bus thus far
been silent under nil tho miircpnwen
tations to which he bas been suhjecled
by the Cameron leaders of tho Ktato;
but he has finally decided lo define his
position frankly without stopping to
inquiro what cundidtite or what purty
sball suffer by it. It was tho purpose
of Chief Justice Agnow tnullow the
cleo'ion lo pnss without itmking any
utterance on the political insuts of the
day or as lo his candidacy j but ho wus
impelled to speak by several articles
which have appeared in the organs of
"Cameron, Hoy t A Co." in this city
during tbe lust fw woeks, and he de
cided that when called upon to speuk
at all, ho must speak the whole truth
regardless ot consequences. Theell'ocl
of Chief Justice Agnew's public address
to the people ol Pennsylvania in this
immediate, section and throughout the
Westorn and Northwestern counties,
must be most daniuging to the cause
of both Cameron and Hoyt. It is the
first authoritative notice- to the great
business interests of the Slate and to
all who desire to maintain the purity
and independence of the Supremo
judiciary, that the present Republican
leaders regard every department ol
authority Kxccutivo, Legislative- and
Judicial as essential to their political
and personal interests, and that Courts
as well as legislatures must bo sub
ordinated to low partisan aims. Ag
new's address will undoubtedly lurgely
increase both his own vote lor Su
preme Judge and the vole- of Mason
lor Governor in this county, from the
Republican ranks, and it may now be
regarded as reasonably certain that
Agnew will carry the highest vole in
Allegheny for Supreme Judge, and
fairly doubtful whether Hoyt, Dili or
Mason will have tho most voles for
Governor. Tho effect of the address
will be widely felt in the oil region and
in Ihe strong anti-Cameron Republican
counties ol the West and Northwest.
It will force fusions in mitiiy Legisla
tive districts aguinst the Cameron call.
didales and make many hesitating Na
tionals and Republicans vote directly
tor Dill lor Governor to unsure the
overthrow of the odious leadership ol
"Cameron, Hoyt & Co." as Cbief Jus
tico Agnew styles it. Your correspond
ent sought Judge Agnew to obtain any
additional views bu might have to give
on the subject, but bo declined to odj
anything for publication to what he
bas carefully prepared for the voters
of Pennsylvania. Tho lollowii.g is
CllltP JUSTICE AONLW'S AUMiESS.
To L ptopk of rennfykania :
Tho time has come when I can no
longer suffer my position before the
public to bo misconstrued. I cannot
delay tho explanation until after the
election lest it bo then characterized as
an excuie. The remarkable silence ol
tbe ontire Republican press in tbe
State, which bas not even informed its
patrons of what tho Greenback press
has willingly admitted to bo my atti
tude, authorir.es me to ask now, as a
right, what its voluntary justico has
not heretofore accorded. Tho duty is
the more Imperious when 1 have in
dubitable authority that Chairman
Quay bas slated that he gnvo instruc
tions for this studied silence. I there
fore say I have not sought or accepted
a nomination to tbe Sunromo bench
from any party or class ; and when the
truth is presently told, it will bo seen
that cvon before tho Republican con
vention my rnndidacv was nominal
In July, 1K77, Mr. Quay, my towns
man and neighbor and the present
chairman of tho Republican Stale com
mittee, asked my intention as to the
Judgeship in 1878. I slated my wife's
aversion, because of my prolonged ab
sence, and my indifference. Uo said
this should nol be known, as it would
beget complications if it wcro under
stood I would bo out of the field ; and
uggostcd to me to announce no con
clusion until the Harrisburg Court, in
May or Juno. Believing this to be
reasonable I acquiesced. About ton
days after Judge Sterrotl's dulcat in
Novombor, Lewis Z. Mitchell, Esq., a
leading mcmbor of tho Butler bar,
came to my room in the Monongahcla
House, holding In his hand an I'.'vtnina
Leader containing an oditorial beaded
"Judgo Sterrotl's Future," and asked
mo if I sanctioned it. In substanco it
proposed Judgo Slerrettfor my place
and read me out by reason of age. 1
believed that it was Intended lo forstall
public opinion, oven before the tears of
defeat were dry npon tho chocks. Mr.
Mitchell, a Democrat, stated it to be
the intention of the Butler bar lo sup
During the tamo term I bad numer
ous calls from eminent gentlemen of
tho bar of tho surrounding counties,
asking me to bo a candidate.
AONEW'l CONFERENCES WITH STEHRETT.
1 had been a warm friend of Judgo
Sterrclt'e election, undoubted by bim,
when he doubted another, and felt it
due to both to havo a frank under
standing, resolving to inform him of
my probable course If 1 found him
anxious to renew the contest after a
severe doleat. Next morning 1 sought
him, told him of tho Leader article and
said the newspapers wore likoly to
bring as into conflict.' lie denied per-
tonal knowledge-, but wont no further.
1 tried to continue the subject, but mot
a reticence so forbidding I desisted.
I still cherished the purpose of be
friending Judge Slerrett, declaring to
Judge Uioo, Colonol John M. Sullivan
and to memoers of my family to re
sign before my torm expired If 1 found
it necessary to seenro his nomination
by an appointment. Another oppor
turjityoccurred to JudgeSterrolt when
we met in consultation in Philadelphia
on the 4lb of January, 187a 1 men
tioned lo Judgo Mercur my effort at
Pittsburg, hoping he might communi
cate ft to Judge Slorrott Tbe latter
called at my room in tbe Continental
to say good-bye aad I tried to revive
the subject, but without effect Us bas
""..T stiles tnliMt tile .ilew. hm baa.iM' llm lo.inUlf. jvfuwd tn e.un-
piimned his purpose until he iwachouaTmfi'wyMiilifKi
nomination by n cane I bull stale. I
'did nut claim liilo to Ihe siitii'!ti"ii.
though tqiposed by no other candidate,; been notified of my nomination or
my presence- in tho field excluding a i asked loaocept. On tbu contrary, Iwad
contest, aa wus the jntlgmentol Mr. ing Nationals have I old nie there is no
Quay in July, but I did uxtt of Judge; Intention to call foraccepiiiiice. They
Stcrrolt an open and friendly underbuy my nomination was mm partisan,
standing, especially as my mind was made upon my record as a J uiie, with
filled with generous resolves toward a full knowledge that 1 ftni a Repiibli.
him, can. On thia footing alone they sup-
THE Cameron coils RKtilN To DRAW, port mo. I am, therefore, "in no degree
These facts havo the benefit of lugal i responsible for my position, either as a
evidence, in communications to others rejected candidate ol tho Republican
before conflict as lawyers any, ante' party nr as the announced nominee of
litem motum. Their number and re-the National oommittcu, and I havo
apeclability preclude doubt or denial.' nevor offered myself as an Independent
In November, ulier my return hoiue,u cundidule. While the office itself is
member of llie Heaver bar pressud me ' abovo money theories and partisan
to pormit bim to announce me as a can
didate. This was inconsistent with the
course prescribed in July and embar
rassed me, and 1 put him oil'; yet, be
ing friendly and persistent, 1 concluded
un editorial would not commit me!
fully, but nol wishing to embarrass mo
too much by beginning nt home, 1
wrote lo a friend in Harrisburg, in
tinier that it might be sutrested there
first. Tho subsequent extensive no
toriety given to it ut Lancaster I am
not responsible for and regretted,
especially some letters written thence
without my knowledge.
I(1IAV' HKCOKIit llsllll' AT STAKE.
Soon after my arrival in Philadel-!
phia I found adverse combination-!
forming of tho interests nl Philadol I
phia, Luzerne, AJIeiiheny and othoi -
counties for the purpose of controlling ,
tho Republican Convention lo I he bono .j
fit of a United Suites Senator, a Gov
drnor and a Supreme Judge. Mr-
Quay hud bis heart set upon tbe Re
cordersbip ol Philadelphia. There i
wero questions as to tho Constitutional
protection of the ollieo, eligibility, res-1
idencc, etc. Tho office liable lo repeal i
when obtained, his interests coincided '
with the Senator's in securing the
Legislature, or, failing in that, the clue
lion of tho Governor und requiring a
two-thirds vole. To be just lo hi in I
must say that 1 did nol doubt his
permnal friendship (nlyears' standing),
but bis own interest wus stronger than j
mine. I could bring nn political Influ-
ence ; Allegheny could bring eighteen
votes. At an early day I had reuuest-i
cd him to inform mo of anything ad-
verse. .Seizing upon this, on the 19thi
of February ho informed mo that the lB" shown that I owe a duty
canvass for tbe Gubernatorial nnd Sen- j t0 submit lo a selfish cabal and bow
at .rial nominations was assuming a ' recticent rival,
sbapo which, in connection wilh Ster-! aonkw's political Position iieiined.
reit's, candidacy, would render my j In regard to my political fltundlng
nomination extremely dutiblful. I was! no man can mistake. Forty years'
aware of this from other sources, and j consistency has marked it well, and
had been informed of his declaration! when Whigs, in 1841, entered a secret
that I did not desire to bo in tho field ;! conclave lo proscribe foreigners and
a breach, as 1 considered, of our nn- Catholics I publicly repelled Ihe wrong
demanding in July. ! to manhood and ruligion. But as a
In my reply of Februury 21st, nlterjjudge I havo never consciously suffer
thanking him lor Ihe information, 1 1 ed partisan feeling to influencu my do
said which, interpreted, means I am ! cisions, not hesitating topronouncothc
to bo eluled aside for tho benefit of! highest executive officer in the State
Cameron, Hoyt Si Co. to obtain Ster- in contumacy when be wrongfully sot
rell's friends in Allegheny, i'hiladel
phia and the Juniata region. I shall
nol this time enumerate or characterize
the movements of tho combination, of i
which I was informed ; but may say
they included a plan to displace mo in
the oil regions (us to which see editor
ial "Supreme Judgeship" in the Press
of March 22, timed to suit lawsuitof
oil men beloro my friend Judgo Mo-
Junkin, In Butler, and bearing im
Qt'AY CAPTlIRINfl ALLEGHENY DELEGATES
Another matter to my previous
knowledge (at tho chairman knows)
tho plan to capture tho Allegheny del
egates and prevent opposition by a dis
play of apparent courtesy to Judgo
Storret. He lent himself to it, and ap
pointed, among others, a renowed
Pittsburg ally, whoso manipulation ol
tho convention boeamo conspicuous.
To veil tho secret, tho newspapers gave
out that tho delegates wore divided,
seven, six and fivo, on the candidates
for Governor tho vote was solid for
Hoyt. These furtive and unfriendly
machinations produced tome irritation,
leading me to say, among others, to
tho chairman, that I would not be
pushed ntido by such means, liut,
alter my arrival at home in April, I
concluded not to be affected by them
and toannounco my intention, as be
ore stated, in May or June. I was
again anticipated and defeated by tho
extraordinary call of the convention
for tho loth of May, dictated by the
foar of a crumbling combination.
THE CHIEP RICOH.". ON IIIS REAVER
Another circumstance intervened. I
had scarcely reached Harrisburg when
I was followed by a Reavor delegate.
Ho called at Mrs. Kspy's on Sunday,
the 5th day of May, in company wilh
Mr. Quay, and to my surprlso askod
me it I intended to be a candidate be
fore tho convention. Ho was the same
gentleman who had announced mo;
who, as a delegate, was instructed to
support mo; whom I bad frequently
seen at homo, and to whon I bad not
intimated my intentions. Tho animus
of the visit 1 instantly interpreted from
his company, his haste to follow me,
and the evident sou roe of inquiry. I
was irritated, and in language noilhor
misunderstood said 1 would stand II
I did not get ten votes in the conven
tion repeating it "If I did not got
ten votes." And, In truth, 1 did not
expect any, except In two or three
counties besides my own, where per
sonal friends had interested themselves,
now NEAR THE RING WAS TO DEFEAT.
Such is the history of a candidacy
in form, but without substance. I
made no canvass, sought no support,
formed no loaguos, had no organ, com
missioned no leader and paid no re
wards. Yet, to my surprise I found a
strength of support, s warmth of fool
ing and a harmony of result in dis
jointed action totally unanticipated,
and more dear to my heart than a
nomination, proving that tbe true Re
publican party was with mo. Indeed,
so strong was the feeling fouod to be
that it was proposed st noon on the
Mlb of May, st the house of tbe Sen
ator, to chango the programme, and at
night it Wat feared that the 'elate" was
broken. Mine was do set op-case,
This cannot be affirmed of my oppon
ent's, who, having king and castle, set
up bit own pawns upon the board.
AONEW'S POSITION AS A CANDIDATES
As to my nomination by the Na
tional oommittoe, the mattm- is well
understood by that party and hat boen
published in its newspapers. 1 was
r.ol a oandidate before the convention
to a iiiL'inbur of tho cnrainilli'ti, and
rrliiM'd to bu ihk'i viuwoil. I have mil
contests I am in the field (nolens tnleiu)
by the acts of others, including the
Prohibition Convention, und by no act
of my own, directly or indirectly. On
what ground, therefore, am 1 set upas
in opposition totho Republican party ?
When It is said it is my duty to repudi-
ate the National party, what disclaimer
can 1 make? J have nol accepted or
recognized their nomination, and they
havo nut tendered it to ine. They sup
port mo of their own accord on my
character and services as Judge. Shall
I offensively call them namua, and loll
free citisens thcyare unfit try rote tor
mo ol their nwr) fixe ivillf 1 know no
rsxlt! "'' conduct, moral, political, manly
"r Konteul, which commands me to
t"-'ul lu,'m Wlth discourtesy or with
opprobrium when they, without parti-
""''""'I', (onerously approve of my
judicial lilo and services and desire lo
trust me again. On tho contrary, a
man of right feelings must regard the
vole in tbeirconvention and committee
('be latter unanimous) as a tribute of
'"H" valuo, entitled to my tbniika In-
"lead of my reproaches.
THE prohibition nomination.
And wlml rule shall be applied lotbe
Pi-t.liibiliotti-.tr ? Shall I insult Ilium
also? Shull 1 tell them thoy are too
insignificant to notice ? Who are they
thai proclaim my duty to the Repiibli
tun party f Tho people T No .they
woru (u' "a- Am 1 to bo reproached
by those who disappointed tho people
nsinu; a defeated candidate lo con
lro' l'ie votes of the socond county in
Ihe StaUi ? To tliem, to him. I owe
" duty. I hold mysolf wholly ab
solved Irom the defeat of any one, un-
himself op against law, tbe adminis
tration of justice and the highest wel
fare of the Stale. 1 began my ttudy
of law and government under Hie late
Judgo Baldwin in his day one of the
greatest defenders of American labor
and populur rights. Tbe impression
of youth ripened into iheconvictions of
manhood and I havo, over maintained
tho duly of a nation to guard its labor
Agulnst all invasions at home and
abroad, just as it protects its soil. Yet
it is not the insensate earth which
commands the patriot's heart, but tho
intorests of those who live and la
bor upon it, and by their production
mako their own comforts and wealth.
Tho rights ot tbe people, as secured
by tho Declaration of Rights, it has
been my endeavor judicially to enforce,
regardless of combined influence,
wealth, power and opposition. Let the
In tho field by the acts of olhors, I
have asked nothing, assumed nothing.
Yet, if the people choose to vote lor
me, thoir's is the right, not mine tho
responsibility. If not, 1 am content.
The attempt of June lost made upon
me, in charity 1 havo not noticed, and
shall not unless pursued by detraction.
Tho actors understand mo.
BAD FINAXC1AL LKGMLA TJ0X
In their excess of power, the Re
publican leaders committed many grave
blundors, which aro now returning to
plague tho inventcrs. They are di
rectly responsible, not only for tbe
present distress and prostration ot en
terprise and industry throughout the
country, but also for the prejudices and
the false ideas in regard to the finances
which have taken so strong a hold on
the public mind. '
Undoubtedly tbo wholo financial leg
islation and the executive administra
tion wcro in the interest of what is
called the monoy power and the bond
holder. Tho 5 20 bonds, by tho terms
of the law authorizing thoir issue,
wcro payable in greenbacks, and were
Bold on an average at sixty cents on
tbo dollar. Tho Interest only was pay
able in gold. When tho proposition
was first mooted to raise iheso bonds
to the gold standard, Tbaddeus Stev
ens declared in Lbs House of Repre
"I would vote for no such swindlo
upon the taxpayers ol tho eountry. I
woLld vote for no such speculations in
favor of the large bondholders, the
millionaires who lookadvanlagoof our
folly in granting the coin payments of
And John Shorman, in his letter of
March 20, 18l!8, went still further. He
"Yonr idea is that wo propose to re
pudiate or violate a promise when we
offer to redeem tbe principal In legal
tenders I bate repudiation,
or anything like it, but we ought not
to be deterred from doing what is
right by fear of undeserved epithets.
If the bondholder can legally de
mand only the kind of monoy be paid,
thon be is a repudiator and extortioner
to dumsnd money more valuable than
These wore the aposUvs of the Green
back party, and they planted the seed
ten years ago, wbieb baa now produced
such an abundant crop" of converts.
But In a few months after these em
phatic declarations were msde, sn "set
to strengthen the ptiblio credit" wss
passed, and was among the very first
signed by Grant ss President. That
law provided that tbe oarrenoy in
debtedness of the eountry should b
jmyslile in win, und it added five bun-
went into the poeketuol me uouuuoui
era, and hud to be added lu the then
existing burdens on the tuxpaynra.
That ait was an iniquity which no
plausible pretences have palliated, and
it was driven through the House with
out debate, under tbe gug of the pre
vious question, which served tn con
film too belief that a ring of capitalists
stood behind tbo bill, who knew that
such a schomo would not bear discus
sion. Tho Senato finished the work
quickly, and tho patriots who prosper
ed addition, division nnd silence went
on thoir way rejoicing. Ten days alter
the passage of this law a proxsition
was offered in tho House to tax the
bonds, which tbe Republicans defeuted
by a unanimous voto on the record
Mr. lion t well at that time was Sec
retary of tho Treasury, and ho boeamo
possessed of the false idea that the
ponple Who bad borne the brunt of the
olril war and bad made the greatest
sactifices to prosorve tho Union, should
also pay off the enormous debt wbiub
had necessarily been piled up in four
years of desperate atrile. To carry
out this policy, it was indiapensiblo
that luxation on imports and by in
ternal revenue, should be kept up to
tho highest point Henco tho pressure
was constantly applied, not only to
meet tho redemption of bonds twenty
years beforo they became Hue, but in
directly to support great monopolies,
protected by a ring tariff from which
the great part of tho public revenue
Bosidos thene oppressive taxes, the
reports of the treasury show that it
cost nearly a hundred million of dol
lars to give effect to Mr. Boutwell's
scheme ot reducing the public debt
from tho close ot the war forward.
Here aro the official figures:
Premluini paid oa koad. oxlifl-
fulahol V.e.TSa.lT 7S
Kinaaioatie the pabtie loam II,4.ss.4St K7
Heluadioi of tbo ublie debt....... ,um,80S 8(1
Tolal fUi,17S,t.1 US
All this vast expenditure was made
in the interest ot bondholders, who,
under tho law creating the debt, have
no legal claim whatover tn receive a
dollar in gold or silver. Tho exchango
from legnl tenders to coin was the re
sult of procured legislation. Conse
quently, not only the fivo hundred mil
lions which were the direct result of
this transformation, went into their
pocket, duI the trcasary paid out nearly
a hundred millions more to put up
their value still higher If there is
any other record of legislation and ad
ministration in the direct interests of a
special class liko this, it has escaped
our notice. And with all our strong
convictions for honest and sound con
stitutional money, as not only just but
politic, wo are boond to say that tbo
authors of this system havo provoked
much of tha resentment that is now
exhibited everywhere. A'. V. Sun.
ADVOCATE ASI CLIENT.
Senator Jilaine's opposition to an ap
propriation to onablo the Government
to protect its lands from trespassers
should excite no surprise, lie glo
ries in his championship of timber
trespassers, and avows himself proud
to cull them bis "clients," and ready to
defend them on all occasions. The
lumber interest is one of bis specialties
from which he bas derived large ad
vantage. A few facts will show bow
this is. When betook up his residence
in Maine, be found it important toident-
ify himself with the lumber interests of J
the Kennebec. Gov. Coburn, tbo mil
lionaire, aud other men of like business
deemed it desirable to havo at IheStato
Capital a champion to look aftor legis
lation affecting their special intorests.
Mr. Blaine's smartness at log-rolling
and his indefatigable persistency in ac
complishing hie purpose commended
him to the favor of this particular
class. From that time to the present
be has been true to them, and bunco in
tbo Congressional investigation he is
found manipulating for and with them
large operations in railroad bonds.
On going lo Congress, Mr. Blaine
carried with bim the championship of
tbo same special class. When he be
gan lo aspire to tho Presidency he
found his relations to tbo lumber in
terests in Maine had been so servicea
ble in promoting his porsonal ambition
that he naturally sought to concentrate
tho entire Westorn lumber Slates upon
himself. In this ho was successful.
Long beforo the mooting of tho Cin
cinnati Con vonlion, tho telegrams from
the bolt of timber States were attract
ing public attention in their unaccount
able enthusiasm for this rising sun in
tho extreme East. This apparently
spontaneous popularity in tho West
gave bim a prestige of succoss in other
sections of the country. But the secret
of it was, that Mr. Blaine had made
bis dovotion to tho lumber Intorests
such a sieciulity thet bis competitors
tound themselves outgeneraled in their
own aoction. Morton, who was natur
ally the coming man from tho West,
was almost ignored by Stales in his
own section. hen tho ballotlntr com
menced st Cincinnati, Michigan led off
with the larger number for Blaine
Wisconsin followed wilh an unbroken
front for bim. Minnesota did the same
thing. Iowa, dependent on these lum
bor States and naturally Identified with
them, followod 1st tbs same track.
Dakota joined the column, Monlana
tell iato line, and -khan Idaho, and
Washington and Oregon brought op
the rear. These lacts throw light on
his presont antagonism ta Carl Schart
and his policy,
i0 man oua object to Mr. Blaine's
friendship for the respectable and in
fluential class to which reference baa
been made. But when, as in case of
his opposition lo a reciprocity treaty
with Canada, he allows himself to war
against New England interests at large,
or wbon be steps into tbe ring to pre
vent tbs Secretary ol the Interior from
enforcing the laws against timber
thieves, tbo eountry should be waned
against permitting his personal ambi
tion to thwart its its interests, and look
elsewhere than to him for tb promo
tion of - the common good. tiotton
Post. ' .
A lew davs am two carrier nio-enna
broua-hl from Soraoton. were let Inoaa
in Windsor, York county, flying borne,
a distance) of aixty-one mile, In one
hour snd twenty minutos.
I'd lo Saturday evening B.oRB name
bad bee a striekea oft tbe Philadelphia
registry Hat, 6.2C2 on Democratic Mil.
tkms, snd i,42? oa Reaublioao atl.
SELLERS' tiGUGK S7(j.'5'i
ow i.aee,eee r.tti- "''!. it i the 010 im'
nlTwmS!?7v twI-eiHe. ret.lM, tsolr.
llllr.r.an.lIITIIIIAa-.ml a.1 SU
aiMSMM. ILbf ll use Air A"tr .".''I'
ton n--umm.nd a. J. , ll 11.,
.,1: " It tr4 rnj iw. rhilrt.tt tiu'ti H Cnn-, 1 -sisaon.
ol H.ll... .!;;.: '' will rur'
th. ...i uf i.imHi.i.lr." Tke mm eat."!
Prtr., as o-i.. se wiila. anrl al.ee jut iH'ttir.
arij.sita a tax, riiiia.ua. r
Per lale 17 II. D. Spaokni.e, Clearlrld, Pa.
HEALTH 8 HAPPINESS.
Healtb aod Happiness ar priceless Wealth to
their postiusiorK, and yet lliry ar within tbs reock
( swtfy pt,i wbo will nst
Wright'S Liver Pills,
The only tors Ct RIC 1W Torpid Liver, Dyspep
sia, Meadaebe, hoar Htoaaob. Constipation,
lability, Nausoak, and all Uillious eoinplaiata and
Blood ditorUt'ie. tNon genuine unless signed
"Wm, Wright. I't.-IV Ir your Drugittst will
aut supply tend 14 ntt furoo bot lu derrick,
lUller i (V, 70 N. 4 lb M , Phil.
D, a, 77-ly.
Improved Spring Beds,
MAHKCT ftTKERT, NEAR P. 0.
TUe undersigned begs leave to Inform the citl
! aeuf nf Uloatrfield, and th pnblle generally, that
I K hi on hand a tin assortment of Furniture
j tarn a Walnut, 0 best not and Tainted Cbambtr
, S'litea, I'arlor Hiiiws, Hecliuing and Eitenaion
! Cham, I.a tilt' aod U cots' Easy Chairs, the I'er
t fortited fining and Parlor Chair, Cane Keats and
Winleir Chairs, uiorn uirt, nirp ana cuen
tiun Ladders, Hat haoks, tSorabbing U rushes, tic
VOl'I.I.INM AND I'ICTIIKK KKAWKH.
".kit.', (llasav-s. CkroMM, sto. wblek would
nt Me for lifliday presents.
(. Mir J'lUN TftniTTMAN.
H. B. SPACKMAN,
DRUGGIST and CHEMIST,
At 8hw's aid stand. Clear r.eM, P , has jut
iptnd a new stock of
and ts now prepttreU lo furouk anything la the
tbe line of Drugs anl Medicines at the very low
est eush prioei,
He has also on band large stock of Tonibs,
Heir and Tootk Brushes, Fancy Articles, Toilel
and "having Hoaps, hi rytliing usually kepi
In a Hril-class lnig 6 tyre.
ooinpounded with fare, day nr aiitht. A liberal
Shan of patronage rrpotfulfy sulirlted.
H. U. M'ACKMAN.
CUarflrld, Pa., Ont. 14, 177.
A NEW DEPARTURE
L U T II E R S It II R G .
Il.reafter, good, will bo eold for CASH onlr,
in- la exrhaoae for produoe. No book, will be
aet.t in tho future. All old aoeouota nail be
allied. Thoie who eannol ea.h up, will pleaie
nana over ineir note, ana
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I an determined to sell my goods at easb
prices, and at a discount far below that over
offered In this vieinity. The discount I allow my
eustuBer, will make them rich in twenty years tf
they follow my advio aod buy their goods from
sae. 1 will pay ea-h for wheat, osti aol olnttr
1. DANIEL (sOODLANDFIt.
Luthersburg, January 17, 1877.
To rt Pi'ti'wai Clfvrfirld Countp ;
Th undersigned having been appointed by tbe
Department, at Washington, principal reporter of
tbe Agricultural Hlatiitloa of Clearfleld eounty,
respectfully requests tbo oo-opratin of all to
assist, by sending tb subscrirr all the Inform
tloa they oaa bearing upon tb following ques
tions, so a to oablo biaa lo uak as oorrect a
statement lo tho Department, aa postibl t How
many bors have d ed in your borough or town
ship, aod nl what diwase. How many vows and
eal.es, aod of what diteas. How many sheep
hare you lost, and of what disease) bow many
killed by dogs. How nsany kogs bar yon lost,
and of wkat disease. What prevailing dt-oasea
amongst th poultry. In all oases gi. th rem
edies used which bar boa found to be tuocess
fill, and ia all oaae to give tb eab value of all
stock as aearly as possible. By th oo-operation
of our cttltea lo general upon tbeie important
particular, tb Agaieultural report wtH become
aa oy2)up4lat asefal infurmatioB to th pub
He, by enabling the Department to pnl1ih the
diseases, tb kwse, and th rmdie that have
been fouod most beuabeiaj in eertain diseases.
Any olbar ialormatloa that will be considered a
pohlle booeli, will b thankful,., retired.
Address tb subscriber at Grampian Hills,
ClraiflaldC., Pa. SAMUEL W IDGMIHK.
March II, 1879-tf.
TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE.
Hat opened, la a building on Market street, oa
tbe eld Westorn Hotel lot, opposite th Court
Hons In Clearfleld, a Tin and Kbt-Iron Mana
factory and Hi or, whr will be found nt all times
a full lis f
HOUSE sFTJEOTSIIIlTa GOODS.
Steves, Hardware, Etc.
Unas Rpuutlng and all kinds of job work, repair
ing, Ac, done en short netie and at reasonable
rates. Also, agent for tb
Singer Sewing Machine.
A Vur-plr of Micnlnea, with Needle., Ao, nl
war oa band.
Tonaa, itrlelly eaia or eueatrj eroduee. A
b.r. or natronafa eoltettod.
Ciearlleld, April M, Hit If.
am i - Mum aw piiitHc generally
that k has removed kit Grocery Store from
- ' a.w, mbo wis i iu taiaj lorsniairij rjcoupiea
by J. Mile Kratier, an Beoond street, att door
" ivr, wsivr mm laieaoo
kauaniaaa ai Sn. 1 1 II-. .
HAMS, DRIED BEEP aad LARD.
SUOAkS and SHOPS, ef ell ando.
TEAS, Onaa and Bison.
COPPER, Routed aad Qreea.
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
AM bind, la tke market.
PICKLES, ia tan aad bnrr.lt.
SPICKS, la ererj for aad rarielj.
ALL Kinds) ok cp.ackkp.ii.
Goal Oil ul Zeiap Chlaatys.
Aad a -od nanrfaat el aneoo Wee, aenalre
kept la a f rooorp euro, wkkb ke wUI eioeaaie
Nr eMrkeUe at tao Barbel prions.
wiu eel w out at .eeoalr ai aa; elaar eaa.
Pleeae a II and a. nr. muw ... ...
, .. . JOHS McOAvOHtT.
CleaHlelA, S, tin.
'pill, under I K lied Ugs lean a to Iniuiu llt ,,0b
1 lie that be is now fully yrvymt t at-cnit!
date all in the wayuf I'urutsiT.ing II...., liu,,,,
noddles and Harness, on the sbnttet nuim, Kbj
to reasonable terms. Itealdt-nr on Lamu.i pirM
between Third and Fourth.
UKO. W. OEAHIIAKT
TlaarC!d. rek. 4, 1874
P. OtTt.lOH. a. a'COINLK. p. HM1LBRDX
(i 1 1.1 111. MdOUkLE & 10.S
Market Street, Clearfield. Pa.
U'. aK..,.r.flai all lflrxfai nt W.n .... ,
w,w ataana. ... a...,.- . a. ar,
Chambers, iiulng Koonis, Libraries and lUIU.
If you want Furniture of any kinj, dua l buy
until yon our stock.
In all ill branebee, ir,iDipllT atietidrd to.
Ofl.ICII, Mi-COHKLE A CO.
Ciearlleld, Pa., rob ,
HONEY OF HOUND AND TAR
ron THE CURE OK
I Con (flu, CMt, Inflnrnsiv, H can esc f, Lia.t''.
Brrtthing, nil all A flections of tliu lhto-t,
Bronchial Tubes, aud Lnng, leadirg
to Coniom ption.
Ttiis i s . Hi 1 1 i 1 t r rcnmly iv i'iniit"- .1 .f 'I
j Ilnxrvnf lift? l.int llott'lioitint, in tl.rn :. I
I union wilh TK-llM.M, ?Klrnct.- fnn-i i; .
i I.ltR F'KINCIMK Of tllC ftHfi-t tue AH'-
'lu.sir, or Ilnlm of Gilcnil.
j The Ilnncy of Hurtrliountl s-'iuMl'- .' '
I Sf'A l t'f ks all n rilat inns ami iiillainn:nttinv. n 1
theTnr-lMlm Cl.r-ANsi-s asm tit l s tin- il;r--. :
aivl air p.Hnflcs Icictinj; to t lie 1'. I i
additional nirc'licnl l.tcji llic if., is c .
moist, and hi lieftllliful rrlinn. I .i m
nn lice kern Y"U fnnt 1 1 y inj ll.ir- imv.U iiuv
cine of ft f.unut hurt or v ho li;i m.lI ill" :
a.md' of live hv it hi larpc piivnu j rm fit .
N. H. The i'ji -r..ilin li:ib no iiai i si k ,ir
TRICTS JO CENTS AM $1 f) (i l!" I V.
(Jrent Having to rty Isrgc tie
"I'ikoV Tootlm1in Itrtiiw" Cun
hi 1 Minute.
Sold by all Prut") si.
C N. CEITTENTON, Prop., NT
HAVE NO KFPKCT
t am aware that there are some persons a little
bard t please, and I a 10 also aware that th
oomplaint of "hard times" is well nigh universal.
Itut I am to situated Dow that I oao satisfy tb
former and prove conclusively that "hard times"
will not effect thus who buy their goods from me,
aod all my patrons shrill initiated Into th se
UOW TO AVOID IIAItdU TIMES
t bare goods enough to supply all the Inhabi
tant in tbe lower end of the county which I sdl
at exceeding low rates from my mammoth store In
MlILSOMlUHt), where I ran always be found
ready to wait upon callers and supply them witk
Dry Goods of all Kinils.
Such as Cloths, Batlnetts, Casst meres, Wulit.i
Delaines, Linen, Drillings, Catlooei,
Trimming, Ribbon, Las a,
Ready-made Clotbing, Boot aod Shoes, Hats and
Caps all of tl betl material and mad to order
Hoe, bocks, U lores, Mittens. Laces, Ribbons, Ar
OR0CEKIKS OF ALL KINDS.
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Hire, Molnsses, Fish, rait
Turk, Linseed Oil, Fish Oil, Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Queens ware. Tinware, Castings, Plow
and Plow Castings, Nails, (Spikes, Corn Cultiva
tors, Cider Presses, and all kindt of A.
Perfumery, Paints, Varnish, tilast, and a general
a tor Linen t of Stationery.
Of different brands, alwayi on hand, and will b
sold at tb lowest puitibl figures.
i. II. MeClatn'i Medtelneis Jayne'i Medicines
itoiutter s ana tloofland's Hitters,
6000 pounds of Wool wanted for which th
highest fine will b paid. Clovarsecd on band
and for sale at the lowest market price.
Also, Agent for Stratum ill and Curwecivill
t-fuCall and see for yourselves. Ton will Hod
everything asually kept in a retail store.
L. M. COUDRIET.
Frenchville P. 0., Augurt 13, 1S74.
BIGLER, YOUNG & REED,
lBMaor to Boynto. A Toang,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
PORTABLE & STATIONAHY
Corner of Ponrlk aad Pin, Slneta,
CLEAR PI ELD, PA.
TTAVINO eneaaed la tbe amaafaetare of Irrt
11 elnei MACHINERT,woripettfnll;lnfona
be publie that we nn now prepared to III all
order, el ebeapl; and a prompll, a. eaa he doae
laaa;ef Ike etllee. Wo auaafaotaro aad deillt
Mnlay and Circular Saw-Mills
Bead Rlooka, Wat.r Whetll, 8h.ltln Pull.vi,
OiSord'l Injoetor, Sleira OaucM, Steam WhlitlM,
Ollen, Tallow Cop., Oil Cupl, flaufe Coi-ki, All
Oookl, Oloba V.lT.i, Cbecb Valrea. wrou,!it In
Pipe., Stenai Paatpi, Hollar Peid Punpi, Anil
Priatloa Matraa, Seep Ston, rekini(, Oud Part
o. and all klad. of MILL WORKi tgnhn
wltb Plowa, Sled Boloa,
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
tad etker CASTINGS ef ell kloda.
V Order, eoUolted sal Iliad at oil, prion.
AU rattan ef laaaJr with refbreae to aueklner,
of eat auaojfaetare praaptl, aaaw.red, b, addrw-
mt a, at OlaarSeM, Pa,
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