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THE. MANSION HOUSE.
Cora-rof Rwndand Market Stmta,
TtllS aid Bad aoamodioaa Hotol feat, daring
tha pael yoar. Bl"Kd t doablatu
fornar eapaolty for tht nteruiomanl of atrar,.
n aai aTuoata. Tht wbolo but I ding ku bota
roforolabed, and th proprietor will apara
peiaa to render an guetta aomiortabia lull
ataylng with bias.
9-The 'Manetoa Houia" Omaibai rami to
and from tha DapolOB tfaa arrival ud departure
of Mh IrnlB, W. a CARbON,
July 11-77-tf Proprietor
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa,
TTn. 8. Bradley, forrnorW proprietor of the
Leonard llnusa, baring letied the Allegheny
Hotel, ao licit a ahore of public patronage, Tbt
Hoom ba beta thoroughly npairad and atwly
furnlibed, and gueiu will And it pleaaanl atop-
lot table wiu be auppuea wiin ine
belt of over thin ia th
At tht bar
will bt found tht Mat wlnta and llquora,
tabling at tanned.
WM. 8. BRADLEY,
Way 17, i0.
(Cor. of Market t tract llreell,)
' CLEARFIELD, PA,
Tbt onderelgnod herlng Ukan oharge of tblt
Houl, would rMpMtfull; lollolt nubiio p.tronag..
A. DkVIUfl DIIAI.
KEW WASUISOTON, PA.
II. D. ROSE, . . PioriiTo.
Hlil, S&0. Mao ond bono or.r eight, $1 00.
Uoa ood two boriei or.r Bight, ll.oO.
Th. boit of oooBinodUoDl fur mtn tod brail.
T7"A SUING TON HOUSE,
TT NKW WA81IINUT0S, PA.
Tbil Bow and well furDiih.d hour. ha. bMB
takon by th. uod.r.lgn.d. li. f.la oonfidont ot
boiog abl. to rendor latkifaotloo to thoi. who maj
favor bim with a oall.
M.j , nil. 0. W. DAVIS, Prop'r.
Tabl. always nppli.d with th. bait tb markrt
anurur. lu. traroling publte la invited tooail.
Jan 1, '70. HOBKRT I.OV 1).
County National Bank,
OF CLEAHFIKLD, PA.
I b 00M In Maaonie naildlng, ona door north ol
J V O, U. Watoon a Urug blora.
Taafat;. Tioketa to and Iron Llvarpoot, Queona
town. Illaisuw, London, Pnrli and Conanhagan.
Alao, brafta for aal. on th. Royal Bank of Ireland
and Imperial Bank of London.
JAMES T. LEONARD, Prel't.
f. M. SHAW, Cathier. . Jinl,'77
DREXEL & CO.,
Kv. 34 Buuth Third Street, Pblladelphla
And Dealers in Government Securities,
Application by mail will rtoairt prompt attto
tloo, and all information cheerfully furniihtd
Ordtra toileted. April U-tf.
P. K. ARKOLD. 9. W. ARHOLD. J. B. ARNOLD
F. K. ARNOLD & CO
ISnnker and brokers,
Reynoldavllle, Jefferaon Co Pa,
Maney rtoalved on dfpmlt. lieonnti at too-
dtrata rtt. Kaite
baittifWaul rortijcn Kxehangtal-
waya on hand am
tnd t)tonti promptly mailt.
e, uoo. in, i
j l. u. nEicnnoLD,
Qradnatt of tbt PannnrlTani Colleire of Dtnttl
8urf(Ty, Offioc in reiidenot of Dr. Hilli.oppoaUt
me Dam noun. mooia, 'it-ti.
(Offiot In Bank Building.)
CnrireniTllle, Clearfield Co., Pa.
mob II '70 tf.
J. M. STEWART,
(Offloa Id rtaidtBtt, Staood atrttt.)
Kltrona Oxldt Gat admlaiattrtd for tbt pala
tal titraotioo of ttttb.
Cle.rfl.ld. Pa., Mar 1, 18H-1 y.
rillOF.MAKINC.-I hereby Inform my pa-
O troni, and mankind in gtotral, that I hart
rr moved my aboemaking ihop to tbt room la
(1 rah an a row, over o. I. snydor'a jewelry alort,
aod that I am prepared to do all kindt of work
my lint ebeaptr than any other annp tn town.
All work warraottd at rood aa tan be dona any'
whert tit. Puailirtty toil ta tht chFapett abop
la uiaarutid. jus. u. unKniriu
Dto. 11, 1878 -If.
Tbt vndcrtlgard baa as hand, at bli ahtp la
Two-horse Wagons, One-horse Wagons,
Spri&g Wagons. &ni Suggios,
For aalt. Waitern wagnna aa well aa thorn madt
Bert. Any ol which will bt told cheap for oath
or approred aeourity. For farther Informatioo,
tall ia paraon at my ihop, oraddreta ma by tetter.
J HUM A3 l.blbl.1.
Oltarltld. Pa., April J3, l3Ti-tf.
The Bell's Bun Woolen Factory
"v Ptaa Uwnthlp, Clear field Co., Pa,
Tht aubierlbtrt hart, at great aspen at, rebuilt a
Btlghborhood neeeeeity, ia tht erection of a firaU
ttaaa Woolen Manufactory, with all tht modern
improvement, tttaobed, and art prepared to matt
all bin da of Clotba, CaJiimarte. Hatinttta, Blajo
keti, Fiannala, Ao. Plenty of gooda oa band ta
apply all oar old and a thonaand aaw tattontara.
whom we aak to eomt and aiamlnt tar atotk.
Tho bnilaeea of
CAKDINQ AND FULLING
will rtwtirt oar tapaolal attentloa. Proper
arrangement will bt madt to rtotWt and deliver
Wool, to aalt tnatomera. All work warranted and
done apoa tht ahorttat aotlet, and by atritt atttn-
tloa to baalaeaa wt hopt to real I it a liberal aaara
at paont patroDagt.
1U.UOO POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
Wa will pay tht bigbtat market prlta forVoo
and aall oar maaafaatarod gooda aa low aa tins liar
gooda aaa bt bonght ia the ooaaty, and whantrtr
wt fall to render rtaaonabit aatiBfaetioa wa tan
alwayt at feand at homo ready tt maha proper
axpiuatkon. aitntr tn paraoa or ny letter.
JAMBS JOHNSON A SONS,
a!? ' y P. O
Woald rtaptttfally aotify the pablle generally
tbat bt baa removed hia Grocery Store from
flhaw'a Raw, to tbt baildiaa formerlv ooaaoied
by J. Mi lee Kratter, oa Seeoad atrttt, aeit door
a Rlgltr'a hardwnra atora, whert ht lattada
ktaptng a fall line of
,G It O C E It I E IS.
'A MS, DRIED BKKF and LARD.
8D0ARS aad 81 EUPS, of aU (radae.
TEAS, Onea and Blaok.
COPPEE, Eoarted ud Ones.
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
AU tiada lalbe ssarkat.
PICKLES, la Jan aad barrala, ,
SPICES, la irarv Ibna aad rarl.ty.
- ' Att KIVDE OP CRACEERf.
Cotl Oil ani lUmp CUmaoyt.
Aftd B food aaaortaBMt of tboae thing, anally
kevt t. a groeory etoro, whlrb he will etobaag.
for aiarkMlag at the atrhat prloaa.
WLM aal iter eaja as sbaasly aa any atbar an
PteaM sail aaw Boa bli eueh sad Jadge tar
' CWaa,J. E,lfB.
SELLERS' COUGH SYRUPi
nrtrl,(MM,We)'(tliHi td. It ...theino-t nnp.
Olar n-ni.-lv l"r HOI UUH, fOl.ltN, 4'MOt P.
BltAIIWKl., fciiJ nil T II BOAT nd Lt Sii
Jlrra HhmIm-u In um M A" V a . i-y. Hoe
Ion wumnitlid II. - K. Tom., I.oki P.O., 111.,
itfi: " ll annf, hit twerhildrii fim lite for" A. L.
BiMao, of ItaJliiinur, MJ., aIm a : "It wilt cur
lb wort rniuli minriliJii ." TnkO etfcerl
Prlrvd. SO rnta, At ccnia. and per lutUr.
. K.aaxi;H a to -""V. a-iiiatwivh, r
Far aalt by H. W. Graham, Clearfield, Fa.
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
TUB LAR'IBST and BEST SELECTED STOCK
IN THE COL'MV.
TUBS and BUCKETH,
County Agent for
Th.r gooda bought for CASH ia large lota.
and aold at Blraoat oity prieaa.
ClaarDald, Pa., June H, 187-ly.
m tutor TTTDl CTP me
tAMOl uLliAollii polish.
ALWATB BIIDT rod lilt'
artfi. KLIBH Wnn Huw
HENRY S. ZIECLER, Sole Manufacturer,
eai tee a aMt. paiutiau,
James L. Xieavy,
nrlng porahattd the tntlre ttoek of Fred
Beckett, hereby givta aotlet tbat ht baa moved
into the room lately o?enpld by Reed A Utterly,
ta Steond atrtet, whert at ia prepared to offer to
of the lattat Itnprortd pattern a, at low priota.
HOUSE FDENISHINO GOODS,
Gas Fixtures aud Tinware,
Roofing, flponting, Plumbing, Oat Pitting, and
Repairing Pampa a apecitlty. All
Anything la my line will bt ordered apeetal If
dtalrtd. JAB. L LEAVY,
Olaarfled, Pa., January 1, 1879-tf.
GEO. WEAVER & CO.,
Hare opened op, In the atore room lately oaeupted
by Weaver A B.IL,ob Sewnd atreet, B large and
well aelaeted etook of
Dry - Goods, Groceries,
BOOTS AND SUOES,
QUBENSWARE, WOOD A WILLOW WAKE,
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED. SALT, &c.
Whleh they will dlpoa of at reaion.bla ratal
for Saab, or oacbange lor eouatry prouoee.
OE0R0E WEAVER A CO.
ClearSeM, Pa., Jan. . IST-tf.
JOHN F. KRAMER,
Na. 4, Pie's Opera Hnet,
Keep. eoBllBBtly oa bead
Oaaaad and Dried Prajta, Tebaewo, Clgan, Caa
tie, Older Ttaagar, Ratur, Igga, A.
A I JO, EXTRA BOHR. HADE
Wheat and Buckwheat Flour,
Corn Meal, Chop, Feed, dto.,
IE ef whleh wIE be seld ehee tt eeA ar la
aaBaag, let aewtry srwaaM.
.vain w, & aa ..a
vlaarlala, lew. II, UT4.-at. .
a.r,bwi,B.iu.M n .,.a, -
Bv.rrMl, l..mH.i II.
Br.r.dl. aUaf rha.
gntcluiWr aud Jorls"
THE CLIMAX REACHED AT LAST !
Veil it toTlie Woild !
That in view of the depressed state of the timcR, and that every
man, woman and child may have an opportunity of seeing ,
the largest and best exhibition on this Continent,
we have reduced the entrance fee from
.... ... FIFTY CENTS to
BATCHELiTjER & DORIS5
ON EARTH !
Will m at ClsarEsld, Wtinsiaj, May H, 73.
MUSEUM, MENAGERIE, CIRCUS AS D CARAVAN.
A TRAIN OF
Forty Palace Animal Cars, Pasncngcr and Sleeping Coaches. 25o to bco ALL I
Containing all the most valuable and rare Representatives of the
CONSOLIDATED MUSEUM I
Roplote with Language, Gifted and Song
Presenting tho most Brilliant Lights ol
the Aronic and liymnaslio norm.
THE LARGEST ELEPHANT IN THE
Most Thoroughly Trained and cost more
8 CENTRE TOLE TENTS. 8
Comfortably Beating 8,000 persons, presenting a Scene of Beauty
1111 I'llll .1 .
and Urnnueur never execuea wnen ngnica Dy mo
Twelve Hundred Elegantly Cush
ioned Opera Chairs,
The Grand Animal
ARENIC ENTRE AND
Preceded by a SUPERB MUSICAL BRIGADE OF THIRTY
PIECES EVERY MORNING AT 10 O'CLOCK.
nonH Fail to see If,
Don't Forget it.
THIS SHOW II ITS ENTIRETY
2 " Foiforaances - Doily.
R AITsT OR SIinVTE t
Doors Oj)cn at 1 and 7, Commence at 2 and 8, P. M.
REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE 1
Tyrone, May 18th, Philipsburg,
Cirrus IMvf rtUrmtut.
Having within their spacious limits a com
prehensive ant) exhaustive collection
of Wonderful Curiosities, Auto
inntic and Michanical.
UFE-LIKE FIGURES ARE UN
SURPASSED AND COMPLETE.
Birds. Kovcr beforo has thero boen
More than double the amount ol
attraction and novel features
are to be seen in this Mam
mouth TentH Exhibition
tbnn any other now
All For 25 Cents Admission.
AND EXHIBITED TODEB
A Mile of Gorgeously Ac
coutred and Panoplied
tories, Vans, Cages,
Herd Elephants, Cam
els, Dromedaries, $c, SfC.
May 15tb, Bellefonte, May ICth.
'walBg,. jf. --""k'1-.B wat
WEDNESDAY MOHNINO, MAY. 14, U7.
RIB PALLIATION Of THI PBIHINCKor
TROOPg AT TU POt.I..
Uluino's pitiful demagO;uoiam thut a
law forbidding tho Pienidont lo sand
troops lo the polls was absurd and
revolii(iuf,if nuher a eontradlc
lion hocuuxe there were hut tew
troops available, bus suuurud for that
ingenious Senator nothing but ridicule
und denunciation. It was the lamest
effort ot his life. The Philadelphia
Timet has this to euy of Blaine's reus
"If a ainglo election poll or the
election polls which mar control a
county or a district, can be controlled
by the bayonet, the axsuult upon the
free government is as deadly as if an
army were to overrun every debatable
State. What would bo Senator Blaine's
answer if a Democratic administration
should inarch a singlo company of Fed
eral troops to the several centres
of his Congressional district which
decide the election of a Congressman,
aud exercise the arbitrary power of
reconstruction days to arrest or intinii
date voters so us to securo the defeat
of the candidate ot his party T Would
Senator Blaine appear beforo '.ho peo
ple of this Stalo and answer: 'What
have the nearly a million ol freemen
ol Maino to fear from a few hundred
In 18t8 a company of Federal urn
rmes were marchuu to the polls in
Philadelphia, under orders from the
United States Marshal. Thero was no
open resistance ; but that sini(le com-
pnny of less than four score soldier
with gleaming bayonets, moved Ike
city from centre to circumference, and
there was but ono voice that went tip
to tho authority of the Slate in regard
to it. Republicans and Democrats
united as ono people to demand that
bayonets and elections should he
strangers to each other in Pennsylva
nia. The Republican Governor form
ally protested against the assault upon
the freodom of elections, and a Repub
lican Legislature and a Republican
Constitutional Convention havo for
bidden the prcsenco ol troops within
rungo of elections. Our militia nro
forbidden to paradu on election day or
lo appear as military organisations
witu or without arms, and any ofllcor
commanding soldiers to parade on
oleclion day is liable to fine and dis
missal from office. Our new Consti
tution, framed by a Republican body
and adopted by ono hundred and filly
thousand mujorily, added to tho old
provision declaring all elections to be
I'rco, that "no power, civil or military
shall at any time interfero to prevent
tho froo cxerciso ol tho right of suf
frage.' It is in no degree a question
of the number ol troops. Thero was
less than a hundred in Philadelphia in
18G8, where one hundred and forty
thousand voters could bave disregarded
them with impunity or vanquished
tbom with a breath, if necessary ; but
tbo bayonot as the symbol of the mil
itary power ol the Government made
the wholo Commonwealth rise up as
one man and dodaro the sovereignty,
of tho State and the Ireedom of her
STEIN MAN QUO WARRANTO.
quo icarranto case ol the Common
wealth rs. Rteinman was argued be
fore Judge Dean Wednesday afternoon.
Tbis is the well-known action brought
by cx-Treasurer N. J. Friedhoff to
tost the power of Mr. George B. Stein
man to bo postmaster ol South Fork
and at tho same time exercise the
functions of a member of the board of
County Auditors and is based on tho
following provisions of the New Con
stitution : ......
Amtiolb lit, SecriOR 1. Ho member of Cub
greee from thia Stele, nor an poreo boldloa or
eaereiiieg any ofnee or appointment of traet or
profit ender ihe Hailed Dialer, obeli at the eatse
time bold or oi.rviee aay efflre ia thia Slate ta
wbioB a aalary rem or Bera,ulaitea .ball be altaoh
Lengthy argument was heard by tho
Court, beginning not long after the
bell had been rung for tbo afternoon
session, and lastingtill nearly 5 o'clock..
The relator was represented by Messrs.
Johnston and Scanlon, with Messrs.
Barker and Reado for Stoinman, and
in the course of what "was said by
these able disputants, pro and con, the
full lacts were developed. This, In
brief, was an action of a nature never
before brought before a Court lor its
decision within the limits of the State,
or insido tho United Statos so fur as
tho books go to show. Judge Dean,
in his decision, set a precedent which
will likely last ao long as our present
Constitution is in existence, lie said,
in substance, that a Government office,
sucb as a postmastorship, ia clearly in
compatible under the constitntion with
the office ot County Auditor. The
text of Articlo ill is plain in Its
languago, and no legislation, such aa
comes nnder the head ot "Incompati
ble offices," as given in any publica
tion, can vitiate it, the Constitution
ranking higher than any possible legis
lative body. Mr. Stoinman is un
doubtedly very worthy gentleman,
but be cannot, under tho Constitution
serve two masters, lie must be post
master without being Auditor, or be
must rosign the former office and cling
to the latter. Should be decide to va
cato the postmastorship, tho Court,
following the wishes of the people as
expressed at the lasteloction will have
no hesitancy In re appointing bim to
the Auditorship which he in January
lust filled without all his requirements
coming up to the full letter of the law.
An incidental question as to whether
the relator in the caso, Mr. FroidhofT,
who wa Treasurer of the county at
the timo the writ ol quo warranto waa
applied for and Is now a private cili
aena was legally relator hr this Special
caso, was held over by his Honor for
further consideration. On the decision
on the latter branch of the subject de
pend the cost in the caso. But the
question wholheror not Mr. Stein Was
illegally a member of the board of
Auditors at its last seuioD is deftnitel
an forever determined.
- . . '
Scott Lord, law partner of Senator
Conkling, Is reported to have received
1110,000 as counsel lees in the Van
Senator Jones, of Nevada, baa gone
to Ieadville to see if ka oan DroAublr
pnulyta.pi0n 0' tW ' """"
11 A YES AS A REVOLUTIONIST.
Exlromoa moct when a dog bitos his
ta.il, but hiK he'nng o t!i oiH! .log.
Ho it is not contrary to rule or experi
ence to find thoso two notuhlc Journal,
tho Now. York llrraU (Grant organ)
and liarper'l ll'n'y(anli-G'rautorgnn),
both tenders tn tba Republican party,
agreeing In their advlro to Mr. lluyos
and in thair opinion as tn what ho ia
bound to do with tho bills which the
Durnocritliu Congress will put boftiro
bim. These- two arc tho remnant of
lb jurnala of tho country which have
enough respect for Hayes lo try to
atrcr him In the salt) track amid tho
perils that he sails among. Widely as
thny differ in their character, their
single aim leads thorn to tho same con
clusion in this mutter, alnco Jllioro is
no other to be reachod in common
honesty. , '
It would, as th'e Herald says, bo
very absurd lor Mr. Hayes to veto a
moasuro that ho approves, since the
constitution says tbat if he approvos
he shall sign it But it is not alto
gether incredible, for although the
oonslitution makes him judge only of
tho propriety of a measure and not of
the manner in which it is passed, Mr.
Hayes' occupancy ot his present seat,
and bis approval ol the means by
which it wss stolen lor him, provo that
ho does not scorn to set asido tho
spirit ol the law which be has sworn
Mr. Curtis admits that thero ample
precedents for tho manner of legisla
tion in which the Democracy are en
gaged, and denounces tho demand ol
tho Republicans, that Hayes shall veto
it, because they say so, as "nonsonsi
cal." Ah! Mr. Curtis, you are a "man
milliner, your lauguago in that ol
lh(W0 who Bre M on mik Iwt ,trI1(.
mBttU Xhe riuht name for tho action
that Is anked of Hayes by his party is
to bo lound in the vocabulary of Buch
stalwarts as Conkling and Garfield.
it is Revolution (with a big li.), and
ought to be printed in red lotters.
For, did not Mr. Garfield on Friday
say, in the dubuto on tho army bill, in
relation to the political rider on It
You have a riirlit, however unwise
and Indecent it may bo as a matter of
parliamentary practico, you havo
perfect right to nut this rider on t
bill and pass iu When you send it to
the Senate that body has a perfect
right to pa?s it. It is your constitu
tional right and theirs lo puss it, for
the froo consent of each body is tho
oasis oi t ne law mailing power.
And did not this same Garfield at the
closo of the last session, and did not
Mr, Hayes then and oft times since,
ijecluro that in itself tho proposed re.
peal was a righteous meneure? If
then in itself it morits their approval
an j against the manner of its passage
thero is no valid objection, would not
Mr. iluycs' veto of it be a bold altcmpt
to coerce, if not to usurp, tho legisla
tivo power of the government ; to de
stroy the'freeconseul'ol both the bousos
Congress, which Mr. Garfield basso
of warmly eulogiied f Would not this
bo Revolution T "Nonsensical" and "ab
surd" are very mild terms to charac
terise such a proceeding.
UAYE8 SPEAKS A riECE.
L'Sl'ariRS or INDIAN LANDS ORDERED
TO LEAVE IMMEDIATELY.
Wasuinoton, April 26. The lol low
ing was issued tbis afternoon :
By tbo Proaidont ot ' tba United
States of America :
A PROCLAMATION. "'
Whereas, It has become known to
me that certain evil disposed pontons
nave wnnia me lerruory ana jurisdic
tion ol the United Stales begun and
sot on foot preparations for organized
and forcible possession of and settle
ment upon lands of what is known ae
Indian territory, west of the State of
Arkansas.which territory is designated.
recognised and described by treaties
and laws of tba United States and by
txecutivo authorities as tbo Indian
country, and as such in only sullied to
occupation by Indian tribes, officers of
tho Indian Department, military posts,
and suoh persons as may be privileged
resiae ana trade therein under in
tercourse of tho laws of the United
States: and, , ,
Hherraa, Tbcso laws provide for the
removal oi all persons residing and
trading therein without express per
mission ot the Indian Department and
agents, and also of all Demons whom
such agonts may deem to be Improper
pi-iBuua w rvalue in tae luuian coun
try. -Now, therefore, lor the purpose ol
properly protecting tho interests ot
Indian nations and tribes, as well asol
the United States, in said Indian ter
ritory, and of duly enforcing tho laws
governing ijio saino, 1, Jtulherford B.
Hayes, Prosident ol the United States,
do admonish and warn all such por
sona, so intending or preparing to re
move upon said land or into said terri
tory, without permission of the propor
agent, oi ins inaian Department,
against any attempt to so remove or
seiu upon Buy 61 the lands or said
Territory. 1 do firrthor warn and
notify any and all such pontons who
luay so ouenu mat luoy will boapeedily
and immediately removed therefrom
by the agent, according to the laws
maue anu provided j and it nooessary
the aid and assistance of military
forces of tbo United States will be in
vokod to carry into proper eaecution
the lawa of tho United Statos herein
In testimony whereof 1 bave bore
unto set my hand and oaused tbo acal
or tbe United States tn be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington, thia
2Clh day of April, iu the year ot
our Lord, one thousand eight hun-
area ana scvonty-nine, and of tbe
Independence oi the United States
' the one hundred and third.
(Signed) - By the President, '
. KuTiuuroRD B. Hates.
Wm. M. EvaaTa, Sec, ol State.
fnk RIVICALLEADEH. ,
An exchange says: "Mr, Garfield
has other qualltloe than bis abilities
which recommend him lor the leader
ship of the Republican party in Con
gress, to which by common consontbe
seems to be assigned. It wilt be re
numbered that in (he days of "rings
tod things and Una array" at Wash
ington, Mr, Uarleld reported to the
House two appropriations, one of tCS,
050, for the use of the Shepherd board
ol public, works, and advocated them
in a speech in which he warmly eulo
gised the honesty and efficiency of
uoss ouoppara ana ma pals. Uy means
of these appropriations the Shepherd
- 4 ' ?onl"
. - 1. 1 . .1 . . .
Hie uicairo iirm oi ireuo vor at MO-
Clollan for 160,000 yards ol worthless
wooden pavement at wbat was after,
wards shown tn be. over twioe Its
proper prioe, and the same 6rra two
monlhsallerwardspaid Uarflold $5,000
"for professional sorvicoa," though he
bad rendered no legal assistance of
any Kind t mem, and they bad had
no legal business at Washington. That
is wny .ne new iorE tfua calls aim
TkHOPKDTV PH I1KNT.
I Mr., John . Raff.rte, wf PBB townihlp,
i.r for mt a dwelliag boaee and More r,em,
llueU In th. village of Proarille. Fur further
Inlurut.tl.iA ni.i.lv tn. or addreea.
MM. i. H. IV A r r nn .
OOl. JS.tit tf. Uramples llllll.
Th. naderilmeJ will aall at srleau aala all
that treat or paroel at land etuwlo Is Deealiir
townihlp, Clearleld aoanly, P.., within a abort
anoe or the iyroae a Ciearoei-i n. n., aou
nnlng land! of Hubert lludeoa and otaer..
and baowa aa the Jeeiia B. Uearharl lot. The
laid tract ooataiaing .a aoree aa.-re ar iaee, Wlta
,n ..in. at v.lu.lil. aoai th.raoa. haa about 10
actei elearad. and li tba bey to a large body 01
aual about being der.luned. Will ho .uld lew and
upon eeay lamia, for partieuiara, app'7
1IAV1U u. av
ClaarBeld, I'.., July II, 1H76.
AND -' ' '
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STIIBKT, NEAR P. O.
The BBderelgned base leave to Inform the wltt-
eeoe of Olearflald, aad tba publla gaBerally, thai
be baa on band a ftae eatortment of Foroltara,
euab aa Walnut, Cheltna! and I'aintad Chamber
eultea, Parlor bullea, Redlining and Kllemioa
Chain, Lad In' and Oenta' Eaay Chalra, the Per
forated Dining and Parlor Chalra, Cane Seat! aad
Wlndanr Cbaira, Clothes Bera. Biro Bad Eitaa-
aioa Laddara, Hat ftaeka, Sorwbbing Britrhei, ao
MOULDING AND PICTURE FRAMES,
ooaing Olaaie, Chremoa, Ae., wbiob would
a lilalde for Holiday preaenta.
dwia'M JIUIN TROIlTMAIC,
Driving Boots and Shoes
Claflin's Boots & Shoes,
Boys' Boots & Shoes,
With a foeral variety af Ladlee', Miiiaa sad
Children'e Boota, Shoea and Qalterr.
Hi: II II EK UOOD8,
BATS AND CAPO.
HATS AND CAPS.
OKNTS' FUBNISHINO flOODS.
UENTJ' fURNltfUIKU OOODS.
The ondenlgned ro.pefltfotly larite the attea
tlon of tho people of Cleerfleld eonoty, to tbeir
aew etoeh of the shore nemed goode. Conntry
Produee taken in exchange for gooda.
Price, ea low at the lowert.
McdAI'IIHKT A SHOWERS.
P. moved ta Wm. Rred'a old etaad, Second St.,
Clearfield. Pa.. Dee. 4, ll7S-lm. .
To tk CVfUMt Cltmrjiild Comntp t
Tba aadtrsignad aa-lag baaa appolaUd by tat
DcpartDt-at, at WEibtngtoa, principal reporter af
tha Arionllaral Stat i it lea f CUarflald aotiaty,
rvBpctftillj r-qsoftB tba aa-oparativa af all U
aaaut, hj Bending tba luWerthcr all tha lafurma
tloa tbajr aaa bearing apoa tba follow tag ajuaa
tiom, ao aa to aoabla fata to Btftko aa eorraet a
tatMBBDt to tha Depart Brat, aa poaaiblai How
anatiy aoraaa aara d.ad in yomr beraufh ar towa
abip, and ef wbat diatafa. How aa mvi aad
ealraa, aad of wbat dii-aca. Uow many abaep
bara yoa loit, and af what dUtatat bow mmny
ktlttd by dogl. Ha naay hoga bvTa yaa lost,
aad af wbat dlaaaaa. What prevailing diiMMi
amongat tba poultry. Ia all aaaaa gira tha raai.
ediaa and which bava beta found to bo ioomm
ful, and la all aaaaa to gira th eaxh ratne of all
Btoah aa aaarly aa poMtbla. By tho oa eporatlon
of oar aitisaa la ganiral apoa tboaa Important
partlanUra, tha Agaieullural roporta will baooiM
ao anayalopediaaf asffal iarormatloD to tba pab
liot by vaabliag tha Dtpartnaat to pabliih tba
diaaaaaa, tba loBaoa, aad tha raaMdtaa tbat bara
bo a found Boat baneaaial la aorta i a diaaaaaa .
Any othar Info rmavt ion thai will bo ooaaldarad a
pablle btnaBt, will ba thankfall) roocived.
Addma tba aalworlbtf at Uramplaa Tlilli,
CleatfialdCa., Pa. bAMUBL WiUKallltB.
Idaroh IS, ISTf-tf.
TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE.
II bj otenrL ta a building oa Uarkat atroot, oa
tbo old W eat am Hotel lot, oppoaito tha Court
Houaa la Clrflald,a Tia and 8haat-Iroa Manu
factory aad tttora, wbort will ba found at all Hmoa
a fall lioa of
E0T7SE FTOITISimTa O00S3,
Stovos, n&rdvaro, Etc
lloaaa Bnoatrng aad all kindi of Job work, repair
ing, sd., dona oo abort aotifla aad at roaaoaabla
ratoa. Alao, agent for tba
Singer Sewing Machine.
A aupply of Machinal, with Naadlaa, le al
wava oa band.
Toraia, rtrtftly aaah ar aowBtry prod uoo. A
bara of natron aga lollclttd.
Cloarfleld, April S5, 1077-11.
f ERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
Ptove Lining and Fire Brick.
kapt aoaataatly aa kaBd.
STONE AD EAETIIE - WARE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I
POTS I CROCK8I
Plaher's Patent AlrtlEht Self
BUTTER CROCKS, wllh lid.
CREAM CROCKS, MILK CROCKS,
Arrba- BUTTan CROCKB,
FLOWER POTS, PlI DISHES,
Aad a great ateay other thlngo to. Bamam, b)
. meatioB, to he had at
STONE - WARE POTTERT,
Cera.r el Cherry aad Third Slraeta,
. CLKAKFIaLv, PA.
Valuable Real Estate I
Tbe aadetalgaed, II. leg la Peaa two. Clear
eld aoanly, Pa., altera the fellewlag valaabla
Rati lotatefor aalai
44B Acres of Land,
saeiw r leas, ba BaaawriB atwaeklB, lylag oa tbe
ami eee e. wig mewrweifl ereoB, aaa witklB ene
mil af lb aaate. Tbe aaara hud Is baavlly
timt with Bommek, white oab, rank awl, aad
BUM, bard weed timber, aad B twasllty af while
nine, aald ta ba half s milllea ar mere fees.
Tbo aatae la hearily aaderlaid with bltamlneaa
onl, and dtreetly ea tb. Iln. ef twtlrewd leaSlag
fVm HoatedalateOowlnori. Itaealae ta Bwhaeww.
Thar an, alia, euW valaabla miBarwIa an ib,
Tba aware lead I tee abeat two and a-kalf mllea
belrw tha rlllage af 8MB Maaa, BdyalBlBg btada
af Oawrge Qroem and e there, ea what la kwawa
as Porta.', res. Tba tmarmm.aie aa tka btdb
orty are gaad gearad aaw mill, ImrmBlwg order,
a high daea, atewo keual, made aa eh. bawl maa
ar, at tor elm eel aayauehleary. Tkere le, alee,
a largo frame dweUtag baww aad from bnmk barm
IharaoB, and Bboejt Barty or fifty aaraa, snore ar
Iaee, ef tka lewd .to eliaiad. Any B.r.ea
wt.hlaglelaraMla Bias any of si la hind will aw
wall to eternise abu yrefeny. I will aa Ike
whale sr the waairlSed half Ineeaeet, aa may aalt
Ike f wrakaeer. Tba abowetraat of lead wik make
two ar Ikraemrme, wkiek wlllawmaara Sararakly
wtlk tka areaear awn af ewr aawaty. Prlea Bad
IBTtM Blade BwaWB t Bay ,w.ew wtabaag ! Bwr
ekaea. Var Banket farU.el.m aaa lm airna or
awawawe tka amSirelgaatl ae email taw Mute P 0,
Claa.fiilda.Bwly, fa. BAM k WlbiaVBUaJE.
Jam. a, II) a-tt
Our 0a StKtttlitmtvU
rahliehW luif Wadaaaday by
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Haa the Lergjeet Clrc.laUaa af aaf aaper
la Xerthwoateni PelaBla.
The large and constantly Increasing
circulation of the Republican,
renders it valuable to business
mea as a medium tbro'
which lo reaob the
Terms of Subscription :
If paid in advance, , . . 12 00
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Wben papers are sent outside of tbe
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Each subsequent insertion, 60
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ol blanks ol all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
ko., ; 4o , . , Ilo.
Wa are prepared to do all kinds of
. dUCH Al
. .CIRCULARS, , .,
. e .... v -
. IN THE BEST STYLE, -
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
PROMPT ATTENHON. .
Geo. H. Goodlnnder.
Ourf eld, .
CASH or TRADE.
uarwaaiTiiia, Fa., Jan. 1, 71 if.
r. aoi-ica. . 'cobklb. . tLiari.
G I LIC 11, llcCOUkLE & lO.'S
Marka ttretrt, CUarflaU.
Wa BaaafMtara aH kioda of Faraitara (W
Cbaaiaaraj iMaiDg Kooona, LibrarlM aad H4.,
If fou want Vaniitura af an- aiod, doa't '
bbUI job aa war stock. '
la all Hf branahea, promptly attendd to.
OTILCn, MeCORKLE A CO
Clearleld, Pa, Feb. , 7S.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN
PALM'S, Oll, DYE STI FF
OF ALL KINDS,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
for adlelaal parpoaao.
Traaaoa, Bopportora, School Booki and 0 tot Ion.
ary, aad all othor artlelei aaaally
fouad Ib a Drag Stora.
PHYSrciANS' PRKSCRIPTIOX8 CARB
PULLY COMPOUNDKD. Having a large a,.
aort-noa la tha baaiaaaa tby aaa giva antirt t
UfaotioB. J. tt. HARTNWirK,
JOHN f. IRWIN,
"tort!.. lWfUa , UT4
BAVE MO EFFECT
IN FRENCHVILLE I
I aaa awara that tharo ara mm porwaa a llttla
hard la ploaao, aad I an alao awara that tba
ooBBplaiat of hard timaa" la wall aigh uniToraal.
But I aaa aa attaatod bow that I eaa aatiafy tba
rortnar and pror ooaelualvoly that "hard tiaaa"
will not affoat thoaa who buy their gooda from at,
aad all my patroai aball ba Inltiatod lata tba ao
EOW TO AVOID HARD TIMES
1 bava gooda enough to aapf.ly all th Inhabi
taaU la tha lowar aad of tho eouaty whiah I aell
atoiedtsMiindf low ratdw froaa aiy BBBoaaoth atora ia
Ml'L80NUl'K(l, wbora I eaa alwaya bo found
raady to wait apoa aall art aad tapply tbaaa with
Dry Goods of all finds,
Saab Be Clotkl, BatlaotU, Cauimerae, bla.lla.
Delete, Llaea, DrilHagt, Calleoaa,
Trimmiaga, Bibbaaa, Laea,
Raady-mada OlotblBg, Boota Bad Shoee, Beta and
Capooil of the boat material aad made to order
Boee, Booba, Ulerea, Mitteal, Laeee, Ribbon., Ae
eROCRRIEB OF ALL KINDS.
Cofee, Tea, Bagar, Rloa, Molaaaae, Fiik, Salt
Pork, Liaaeod Oil, Flak Oil, Carbea Oil.
Bardwarw, Qneeaaware, Tinware, Caetiaga, Plowl
aad Plow CaaUaga, Nalla, Spikai, Cora CmlUra
tore, Cider Preaiea, aad all kind, af Axea.
Perfmmery, Paeata, Varaiak, Olaei, Bad a gaB.nl
aeaerlmeal ef Statieaery,
Of dtfferaat braada, alwaya oa band, and will ba
eels Bt tha loweet wooelble figaraa.
II. MeClala'l HedielBei, Jeyae'l Uedlelaea
Heatetter', and liaolaBd'e Bitten.
Ififit poaada af Wool wanted for whleh the
klgkeat artea wlU ka amid. Cb.nn.ed aa kaad
aad fee aala at tka loweat starket artea.
Also, A rent fa, BtralleartlU aad CarweBerllle
BB.Callamdaeoarywraelraa. Tea will lad
ararytbiag aaaally kepi ia a retail .ten.
L. M. COUDRIET.
FreeohrilU P. 0., Aaga.t It, ISK.
tlCOKD ST., CLKAKriKLD, FA.,
Dealer in Heavy tnd Shelf
IRON, RAILS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
Keen. aoBiUally aa kaad tb. beat Ceelleg,
fleatlag sad Parlor
Stoves and Ranges
al all deMrlptieai. Table Bad Peelot CaUery,
Carneatera' Toole, eaeb aa Bawa, Helehela,
Bqearee, Beaeb Sleee, Plaaee aad Pmae
Irone, ChlHle, Buu.Aet.re, Adeaa,
Berewa, Saab Cord, Palleya,
Plow., Cahlraten, Boable Bad tlagla Shore!
Plewa, Caltlrater Teelk, Orel a Vradioe,
kwytkM, Saalhae. Ueee. Ferhe, Roeee,
Hay Farka, Farm Bella, ate., ate.
Boree Skea. aad Bare. Rail., the beH make
af Oreaa eat Bawa aad a tea, rladoteao. aad
SrladeeaBa FlatBraa, aad ararytbiag a.aally kyt
IB b finl elaaa Hardwan Btore, AUa, a fall
House Furnishing Goods,
BRCSREa, LA 3d PS, tBIMKETS, A a.
I AH hiad. af Tlaware lt ee bead aad made
taadadta n Kewattag ynmylly at-
aa wlaklaw aaytbwg la my Baa, an la-
Ma at aaa aad aawamme eeaak aad arlaee j
, ILA.lAat ivWILL.
WtsmlBis, r, jm a, ura-tt,