Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, September 17, 1879, Image 3
THE REPUBLICAN. " ""cXkarkield, pa. WBDSESDAT MORNING. flKI'T. 17, HT. Terms of Subscription. , ,aianeo,or wllbie lbre noatbe...ll 60 tt id sftrr tbree sad before el ttoolhe... 2 60 tYW.Iw Mpinlloi of toonhle... I 00 "'IrM'u"' 8- '"""i Co.,'Nm Adv.itiin AjenU, 17 Perk Row, eomer eskajso 0I" '"'J """"'d Anu ,oV Vr ni:i.ii;imn NOTICE. M,i,mill Uplaeepal Church Rev. J. g. . ,, p.slor. Servloea everjr Sabbath ,k!.ilk Snhool l A. M. . Meetioe. over, wl"e" 'T. et 71 P. M. Conin onion Herrloe, Urat gebbeth of overjr ..Mb, ot 1" A. U. nrIt Clearfield M. li. Church. Her. frolT Wilson, Pulor. PreooUioa; ever, .li'.rnele SaO'taV, ' o'ulonk, P. H. BuortuT kool l J. I"- M- A" ''"4 10 ttUni- u...htrrlH Church Rer.n. 8. Butlik. abblh servitel oaornin, and oreoing Hob k.ih fiobool at V- M.-l'r)ror Ueaiiof Wedr.ee- oreniDK- llintlit Church. Rev. J. A. Auae, Pos w HrnuM ever, Seblielb morniof ond tain . aLoatlol. at I". '" A- M ond 7, P. M. s.l,heiboVboolaU P.M. Prayer Meetinaover, KrlniiJav evenlr.,. at Vrnnclo' Church Catholic Rot. P l iHin.--Preocbinaet 10, o'olock, A.M., on Ihe Int. tkird ond loorlbSondavaof each month; t Vespers aod lleaeaiel loo onoe uicsaea Docromoai To'eloek, P. M. SuodaT bebool ever, bundev efirreooo ot S o'clock. Ofr'I'lt'lAL 1)111 ECTOR Y. ,iai or loioioo otuavaa aaseioas oodbt. nd Modoj of Jeooery. Villi Mundey of March. 1'iiilMondoJ ef Juno, Foorlk Moode, of September, Tioi or loLoma cohhoi plbai. Tint Modev of Jont. Second Mondir of November. ri'lLic orrlcouH. Pruidtal Jtitat UuD. Charles A. Mayor, of Lock Hbvbd. -mfanl tow Jmdyt Hon. Jobn U. Urvla, or UtllrfoBto. .iMeceeJe Jwiioes Abrom Ogden, CloerveUj t'larerl 11. Holt. Clearfield. ProthiiMtarg Km Bloom. Hrjitttr and Ocordrr L. J. More-an. llitiriot AltorniyM'm. Al. HcCullough. JVeo.erer Philip Holts. Stttrif Andrew Penli, Jr. ;i,pij ."Men Chrlel. J. K-.nr, Hearfield. fA,..!, tforeeeor Semael V. UoCioeke,, Car- .nivillo. rwie f7iiNifoeri C. W. Kyler, Grohom- tne P 0.; Eleh Johntlon, Oroinpien I'ille P. O.) Julin Xorril, Kr., Curwemvtlle. t'oBNfy Auditor Williom V. Wrlrbt, Clear ,M: Joh UllliUnd, Three Runi) J. B. Nor ri., Woodlend. t'oM-fe Ooronfr J. 1). nen, rew rt oininirion. Jurt nommiuionen Dr. Jemee P. Burcbfleld, Clrerflrd, Jo.eh Alexondor, Modero. Sup trim ttndtut of Ptilie Sckoali M. L. Mo Quown. Cleerfleld. Stahr nf Writkit f .IfeotNrei Jem W . Corlile, offirr at Lutheri-lmrg P. P.Uii-John W. Wrlilee, Win. He- drbxuith, Cyrul Oordon, Cleirfield j Joseph R. Ireis.N. Arnold, vurweoirtne , e. A. ..itiug ,!!)., Uulloii City. Our Social column is deeiile'lly Interesting in i kt.l point of view, ond profitable reeding to OLtei'len woo went to love money. M, OH I'lllIHIP. 1 Will yon teke wheel, oota or ewm fur lub- Krljilion V Wo ore often inquired of in thii way b; letter from patrone who reside at a distance from Clearfield. Wo again say yes. The reoelptl f i rsiponaible merchant or nilU owner In the ricioily, will answer us jut as well aa tbo eaab. To illloitrale: If any of our patrons will dollror v lag of giain at the mill of Joseph U. Broth, In Cheat lowD.hip, Horace Patchin, In fiarnsido, TUmae H. Forcey, in Urehain, Wm. Porlr or ghae'r, In Lawrent-e, or Brown k Brylcr's, al Hocktoo, I'nion townaliip, and forward their rtcrlpti for the amount, we will credit them on Ihtlr account for the some. In this way oil rosy mod pay whel they owe, If they will pursno this coarse. w. I'tice blank books rcJuccd at Stock's. Did you oo Hurry Snydor'o Indian? Isw, bawl m ewi Call and oeo llio now carpets at II. A. Krotier's. , Kitrly Tariutioa ol the Almanso for 1 "SO .re ripe. e. - The man with a Htraw hut on has beca called in. The Uuntinirdon Monitor has enter ed upoo its sevenleeolb year. m m Tlio buckwheat barvunts about over. The crop is said to bo a fair one. aw - W. J. Ileifl'ur and brido returnod bame from their wedding toor lost Batnrday . mm mm i - A three weeks term ot Court will commence in this piece on Monday of next week. The pay ear paused over the T. 4 C. Railroad last Thur.d ay, on ilt regular monthly minion. The Mountain ilcuxe al Crcttson closed for the present season yesterday, after a acerssfal rau. Our borouirh schools opened last Monday, for a Urns of sll mootha, with a vtoa Hnn during tbo holidays. mm e qi - - - The schoolgirls and schoolboys ro- fumed on Monday morning, at the soood ofthat old familiar boll." mm e - - - Wo are informed that frost was noticeable loploeeaon bigb ground la this county, during (ho onol mornings of lest week. The testimony on the sido of the Commonwealth in the Turnor-Waple ose, at Lvrk llareo, closed on Friday evening last. Wo learn from the Dubois Courier that seventy-two ears of coal werorecoatly chipped from the Rochester mines, near that plaoo, la one -y. Hot. K. WcMinn, ot Philadelphia, ill preach In the CloaiBols Baptiel Chorob on Friday evening aext, at 7 o'olock. All oro In vitej. The Curwonsvillo Cornet Hand lias employed Profeiaor McDonald to loltroet them in "the art of oomblolng oouode In a manner to please tbo oar," mm David lloilhrun started on Monday last for Pblladalpbia ond New York en lee for o lie supply of Yaakeo Notions for bis rive cent elore on 8eeond street. An easy and accurate way to rockon in. rut at per cent, la lo mnlllply by the sua- bet of days of Interest desired) separate the ifbt hand Ogore, and divide by six. Miss Fannie D. James, who taught a luhicriptloo acbool tl this plooe tbo peat Bum. r, la now presidlog orer Ibe primary depert- nit of tbo Union Bobool at Bedford. She also vrs lottrootloa la annate. Fred. Sackott visited I'hiladclphia hit week and porcbaaed a slock of oloeee for the winter earn paigo beatlng.parlor and eookia g steeaa, besides other ouppllH aeoally kept la a r-t dais stove and tln-waro establisk moot. II. Fry Hinder, lonnerly twenty-five yean editor and publiaher ol ino oven""" r'. fhaocral, has disposed of hie Interest la "it paper to D. L. Sollenberger.of Bnnbory. lr, 'ryiinicr. II le sold, will oooa toko ohargo of a himecretio paper at Cheater, Delaware Co., Pa' The toleraph operators of the Mid- bivlaion, Penaaylvaola Railroad, will hold tbelr leeood anoual picnic al Moydevllle, feaa ''ioeoenly, to morrow (Tbareday). The opera- along tbe Tyrone A Cleorleld Branch an is- ledid, and all who can possibly attend will do s. of courie. To those who are so l'ortunato as to become premetareli (ray. wboae kolr oxbibits ' tetdsney ta fall of. we roeommeod a trial ot lis Hair Reoowet. Wo do to with Ike almost oldrnee beeaoee It Is owry where received with srbrd rer, and bas belli apoa ill own merits 'b a sore foandatloa Ibal It le kaooa aad ased ell civilised oootrles. Addln (AT. Y.) Ad- vrroer. We acknowlodRe the receipt of the 't ana bee el tbe Are. (crtletea V.Wfewver, a paper oslahllehad at Hew Bethlehem , Clorloi ""'y,on ibe Low Ornde Railroad, by Harry ll.itln... of Puaxautawaer. aad Harry L. Nio(,of Brookvilla,lke letter Mleg a krothor " JoHa M. Il.oll f this koroagk. Theee "I maa are kotk praatloal prlours, as won falhsrs before tkem, tad a wiei loom "Fomato comulainta" am tl... .....ii of imi ipuroblood. l'ae"Llndaey'q Blood Searcher." TrimminimilkH antinu . c. end botL..." . ' ' . ,nn5- H. A. KkAvxKa'a. ilil lingor & Kouk are addinif ,ery to thoir ahoady g, tM, J i, Doy'a and Chlldrea't olotbing. It largely Youlb'i Tu loso subject to eoHlivenesn should at ooeo B"i.r Silver rillS." Toenlv.a coati per boa. Bold by ell drugglile. ilund Uysort Curtin, fourth son of tbo late - vumn, onrj nepnew or tlov. Car- id at B.'l.fool. ou the Slh lnn.,.i ... .1 ej tin, dl years T months end 2! days. Too Thin. Thu orirun -in h,l,..n of vi irtue and morality" got ol a nrett. ...u Itratur bit ruui laal work. We edvlao Ibe editor to keep n door looked, so that hii .ln... .1....1. cannot be imaded by looae people. 0 Mars. Dean A Hurley, log jobber, M pi itin m vm av.w:. nun, m IlUltOll tOWDIblp, of tb flnt look In litmi of I.r. k. hurt lhrt ll ia lbcouair. Thn win tamn til Ol bm ll 7 for iuipllM for tbf ctcp. II ItlUHT Man V H..n.n titt. aaten porjr wbiob 1171 tbal CoU Jubu M. Bowman, ' of Krartll Prut. ) a rouA nr.i,iin. editor id Vill 7 t'rioUr'- Anouiation ! a dtivrvad tribute. Tol LaNUI.UKDS AM)Srimrk-fri.riw Ljil. bai an arrangement with an Km lira ciinr aotory tu tbat b oao Mil cliin br Ibe box or th uaand t bottom fluurti. Jr. ihi, -i-. trill. tt Wanted. By N. K. Arnold, Cur eoD.viiu, SOltREL Huksu piinv weijfhiDK fovea hundred pound, and Ibat will i.b iiDgie or aoubi. white laoeso objection. tp.lii.at. In Jeopaudy. Some things woknow some tbiogi don't know. Our Imp lait ; fi read iiuim our tabU aouik at ik (n..i ond week buno ibei of Cunourd crioei we ever darouraJ hut bftrioe; no vinoe of bit vwa, we OttuDut eun- jeolore who rolled them. A Lovely Dihplay. liouii llow . of Ihn borbugb. covcrud our tall, tbe ulber Any, rubbiib and all, wlih tbo fluent ipeuimeDa of grapei vr looked upon. The varleliei eon iited of Uogeri Hybrid No. 4, Ba.em, Cuoaord, and CaUwua. Tbe aroma wai deliolom. -ettvaawo "On tho Winir," by Coun'tv Sunt. MuQuown bai facta ouitud thii week on account of out having room. Hii oKamltiatioa toor will be ooualuded tu aeit week'l UcrtigLiciM. Here after the "Eduetttiotial Columt" will appear in iti proper plaoo on the flnt puge. Lots toe Salk. It willboobberved bj an airert))euiat elnwbtro tbat tbe Uoard of Sobuol Dirrctori propoeo to lull the Academy loll on Saturday, the 1 1 th dy of October neit. Tbore lot , from tbe If locution, are Ihe mo it do- Irible propirtjr ia tbii borough nototborwtio occupied. That Call Ljnohkd. ThoAltoona Democratic Cnll bai eg In changed heudi, oircu Ian loibat iffeot hiring been UjusJ lonounalog tbat Aloznndcr A Iterr, attoraeji-it-Uw, will htrftfler be tbe renponilble bet ii wf tbe eenoera. It U luiied ai an Independent ihcet under the new mDngeii. M e Another. It will bo noticed by our death record tbat tho aouthern lection wf our county, hailoit one of in old fit an i rupcetod eltl icdi fn tbe per"o if Jacob NelT, who died lo tho borough of New Weibiogtoo, on the 9th tnitant, aged nearly eighty-five yean. He leavai a large oirele of relative! to mourn bli demlie. Lmt of letters remuininir anolaimod i n the Poi toftioo at Clearfield, for the weak ond ing Sfptrtnber 16, 1379 Mils Matile Andcrictji, IUnry Crtnnwell, Jtbo S. CreMwell, Fill luao, Mn. Willitra Direai, Simlo MoCracken. Mill Linle Wat. P. A. Oac'liu, P. H. The i'rouiium Lint ol tbo thirteenth annnit exhibition of tbe Cloarflcld County Agrl oullural Society ti publlxbcd in tbii iiiuc. Note the dato, and between low and the week of tbo Fair, leterery eitlien of iboeouniy man, woman and child talk about It. think about tt, and work Tor It. Make it tho beit Fair tfir held in ClrarAeld coonty. How IB This? The local manofthe Bellefonte Watchman, In alluding to our picnic, pat In a growl of thii kind : "Hereafter, when a let of priii ten agree to 0Tree, or rather to ar range for a picnic, let them Ho 10 In a manner becoming the profpiitoa." He talki like a man. Ho moat ba glren a pmition the nest Haie io tbat tbo fair thing will ba done. Dave lluilbrun, of the Vm iety Store, iw. it. tt'Him Hotel buildinr. il now In Philadel phia and New Yurk, and will return tbo latter pirt or tbii week with very law "ion or ... Intern art laid, finer coodi.tnyi, no felt lei. nick- a ark i, eandlei, null, fruiU, and, fn fact, a little of everything, the low prioei of whlab will ai too lib orerybody. Uall and bo oonvincoa. A Tbaud I Bixler put us off last week with a one-foortb iheet of tho Now York CK.'sW. He Ii evidently mad about lomething probably Pbllipibura:, or Houtidile. However, he gar our 'Squirei aad Cjaiabli a g od loo ture at to their dutiei. Hetijuitlbo fellow to .in l hflAmtiie ha ii a wan of as and oiporienaa, and hai bran enough to dlotato to ororybudy. He Ii a piy. indeed I Pretty Dmp. Th it. Alftry's Oa- tt; of Uit woek layit "The teit welt if down 4011 r.i ni ihitd iaod wai not ilruek. Tbo hole ii ieourely plugged bolow thi talt wUr eln, u.d tho well li now at a itand tin- " ' hai been located vn Leonard Wittman'i farm, nvo milei north of well No. 1, on the Powen' Kun waten. Mr. Green ll buey getting owt llmbori for tho rig, and by next week eipeta t ftt tho drill in motion. mm m Sudiien Dkath. Ueorgo Jackson, an old and well-known oiliaen of Huntingdon, died Tory luddeoly io that place on Saturday a week. Ho bad ilopt laief than usual lo tht morning, and ai ho wai taking bro.ikfaft be m ti.tn.J ihe faat that ha wai not feollnic ai wall ai Oiual. When be roe ftom the ttle ho fill over and elinoit imturdiately eipired. Mr. Jack eon wai 78 yean of ego and wai unmarried. He had for a longtime ben connected with polltici. being a prominent, iemoerai ana narmg ubiq Mveial important eoonty officii. At tho time of hii death ho wai tht oandldato of tho Democracy for Jury Commluioner. An Kxtknhivi Purchase or Tim an Wo learn from tbe Hoatidala Vi-i, of lait week, that Me Mr I. Hoover, Harrii A Co., of Pbil ipiburg, have lately pure batted alt tbo timber oa tho Reading, Richey A Wallace Iraof, formerly known l Ibe Hagarty Undl, cud taming between 1,40ft aud l,&t)0 aorei or tho mutt Taiueble pine, oak andAbomlock in the region, and they Intend at onoe erecting a largo eteam law mill ta North UuaiiJelo, which will be put in immediate op eration aiaoon ai completed. A branch railroad will nonneot with Ihe Uom Run road, and tbe varlooi tracU of land will eenneet with tbe mill by tramroadi, upon which probably email engine! will be run, similar to tbat now la neo In eoaneo tlon with Ramey A Co.'i mill in ttulloh town ,h,, . , w Tin Tannirt. -Now wo are going to bare the big taonery lotated bore. u. Hoyt A Co., of New York, have ordered tho work It go ahead, on the land recently procured from A. H fcbaw, aloag tbe rlverjuit below town, comprising about eighteen acres. A large foroe of work weo.aader the super la tendency of ei-8 her 16 McPaenon,bave been at work the past weaker tea dare clearing off tho ground aad grading for tbe main building. Tbe weigh eaaloe are oa band end will toon be pieced ia position, wbm bark In oa limited e;uaaittici will be rt eel red. Ibe work of putting ap Ihe belMtngs will bo pushed forward ai rapidly as possible, to tbat before tbe weather becomes eold aad diiagreaable they will be noder roof. This establishment will he one of the largnt tee aerie In the (jilted States, equal (e. If not grealir la capacity than Ihe oae now In operation at Wilcoi, Klh eooiiy. Both on Record. LrhI week we pabllihed the nerd of Mr. Alexander Head, in relation to his marrlsge. This weak we publish one from Rs. 8. . Moore, D. lS Tbeeo gen tlemen both complain, and charge 01 with treat ing Ib.m nafelrly. Hid they both followed the rate laid down In the Tea uomaaamonu, nc.w or of weald be anaeyed at this ilme. We are willing to go before aoy twelte, or mora, of our fllow flUMoi, and eftsr submitting the letten we have ia ear posiesiioi on thii aobjrci, and allow then, decide to whoa, "tor groat injue- tloa 'hee been dona. Tbe words ereelly" and validity-are tea Ino a dlsiiBctiow,and ptoooi the fodder ee high la tho gorpei reel tui lamoe n at reach Bheald it become fteoesiary aero afUr fr ai to ask elergymea whether or net certain parlies were a-errled by them, wo want them t limply fay I " FACT w '" qolred anor; bat we were net answered In that manner. Farmers, take your grain and pro dune to Merkle'iitore.nodeiobaoge tt for cheap and fresh groceries. len-lT-St. a Of ,) aw, Cold weather ia comintr. and the in. qoiry arises, "Where oaa I buy lb cheapest Win ter suits and overcoats r Answer, "At U irllnger noot'i." j. 111 m a . Geo. li. Hull, nf I.teWrcnun tnwrmir- having resigned ai Pnildeut of the Cleerheld County Agricultural Society, Juha Builth, of Diootn towuship, has been choir a to All the vn oaory. - Mr. Smith was a member flf Ihe Kxw tiro Committee, and his place has been tilled by n. w. Uavii.of Peon townib.p. Ko Sir! "Loci." wo would liko to puTjluh your arlk-le, but having ("or rot '.en to at tach your proper name to It, we eanuot give it to our reajen. Had you writlun your name on tbe lower end of tbe page, so tbat we could have filed It nway for future use, all would have been right. Thuulore, a good moral will be lost unless yon forward your name. A Uiu Stork. Mr. William J. llof for bas juit returned from tbo eautern eitlei with the largest stock of gcnural merchandise ever brought to this plaoo at one time. He baa all yon want In the lino of groceries, dry gjodi, fan cy goods, queeniwaro, hardware, boots and shoss. and tinware. In fact, he bai everything in his store that Is oeoded or uted la the vicinity, nod he sells all bii goods as low as they can be pur chased anywhere else. StH'KDOLAGKRH. Wooro indebted to tu Mr. Clark llrown, or Lawrence township, for a bag ol tbe An fit Kambean apples we erer saw, except on one oeoaiion, on the farm of Mr. Anthony MoUarvey, in Cheat tcwaship, in 1BG5. We were partly raised oa Htmbean apples ; bet lirown sand Mctiarvey's orchard yield tbo largest tn dlatnetur we ever law or devoured. May they annually have lots of them on band. "For; whatever ye shall sow that shall ye also reap." Personal. We tuke tho following?! from the Pbilipsburg Journal of last weak t "Our genial friend Jack U:grly has pulled up stakes aad left for his borne at Clear&cld but only tro-porsrily, as be expects to locate lo Clarion, Ae Jack If first class laletmm and book-keeper, and withal, a One fellow, lotne other establish ment end locality will be the giiner by our loss. Our best wishes follow him to fall new field of operations." A Little Ahead. Kx-Sheriff Head the other day dumped several do sen of applrs on j our table, each apple weigMog from eleven to fourteen aad ooe-half ounees. Our "Pippin, of course, went under. His specimens were 01 eeedlngly fine, but he could not name the variety. "Sheriff Read's big apples," is what we will aame them; and we advise fruit raisers to secure grafts from tbo tree tbat bears such immense boulderi In the shape of fruit. It takes no more time or territory to raise a fourteen-nuooo apple than it does to grow a three-ounce one. The County Fair. On our second page will be found the Premium List of the Clearfield County Agricultural Society, to which we invite the attention of our farmer roadrrs in particular. The premiums .are liberal, and Ibe officers are making every effort to have a good Fair, and it Is the duty of our farmers to warmly second their eflorts. We earnestly urge our read ers to take an interest in the matter, as 01 her counties are having good Fairs, with premiums of sbout half the value, and for the credit of our county we should make ours a success. Then do not fail to prepare, not only to attend in person, but to put something on exhibition. There will be amusements provided for tbe entertainment of visitors, and ererylhine possible dine to make toe r air attractive. The Bell's Gap Kxtension. The Altoona Sun, of Haturiay last, In alluding to thu desirable Improvement In our county, says: On Th nrsday st t'tabvtlle, Clearfield eoonty, a meet ing of tbe projectors of the Deli's flap Hailroad extension was held. Hon. John Boilly, R. O- Ford, Kii., and others, in behalf of tbe Trustees of the Bell (lap Railroad, were present and agroedi m before, to lay the rails and put the rolling ito?k on the road If tbe landowners along the proposed route would furnish aod lay the ties and grade the road. And therefore ll the "bitch." Anoth er meeting was held at Glasgow settlement, Cam bria county, yesterday, but we have been unable to learn what was done. The terminal of the road, when completed, will be at Coalport, Clear field county, oa Clearfield creek, some eighteen miles from Boll's Mills. Tbe extension is at present at a stand still, but there Is no doubt of its completion. The Local Vote. Below will be found the fell vote polled at our Primary Election last Saturday, in thii borough and Lawrence township, for Sheriff, District Attorney and Jury Commissioner, as follows 1 cAMaiPATM roa siiSRirr. aon, twp, Milton U. llrown U 00 Thorn a Smith - 8 6 James Mhflcy M U ( 3il Lewis 1. uioom - e Henry Rretb Hooch . Uearbart H 11 John Hockeoberry If I3 Christ J. Keagy 35 13 R. Newtcn Shaw 75 108 It. D. OoodfeHow If 11 F. F. Courfriet, Jr 1 Frank C. Bowman I 1 nmairr aitorkit. Aaron 0. K rimer. fH 111 H. W. Hmith 76 M J. F. McKenrick 93 4a Jubu L. CuUl 33 la a. T, Brockbank 1 iuar coumsaioina. Andrew J. Jacksoa I 13' John 1). Thompson 43 HO Tbe total Tote polled for Sheriff la the borough was 1V4, and in the township 343. A 8AO FAMILY ftTORY. The Cambria fntman of last week tells of a romantic wedding which has become a sorrowful one. About a month ago Miss Helen Reade, the only daughter or George M. Beade, E'q ,of tbo Cambria county bar, wai privately married to a Mr. T. II. Stopbell, a rtsideot of Strongtowa, Indiana eonnty, by Rev, Mr. Thomsi, pastor of tho CamSrta township Congregational Church. There had been a clandestine courtship going aa for several months, and the marriage was kept very quieten account of the known opposition of Ilia bride's father to It. It appears that Ihe lady's mother ii not living. Until last Saturday, the bride lived at her father's house, her husbeud having failed, from some reason or other, publicly 10 acknowledge ber as bis wife. Oa Batnrday last, Mr. Stopbell arrived at Xbensburg, and put up at tbe Hlair Hotel, and here his wife for tbe first time joined hi. It was observed tbat the bride was ia a state of great excitement, and the repeated efforts of her husbaud aad frieads failed ta calm her. Tho reason of her trepidatloa was apparent to all when Mr. Mathiot Beade, her only brother, niobed into tbe room with a heavily loadedbright new revolver, and made for Mr. Stopbell as if tbat gentleman was doomed to In slant deslractioa. Mrs. Stopbell quickly placed herself between her husband aad ber enraged bt other and tbe revolver was wrested from him by Mr. Stopbell and a sob of tbe landlord. This exeitleg scsne, together with ether things of a liko nature which bad happened before, proved too much for the unhappy young brlie. She was immediately taken to bed la the hotel, bat, in stead of Improving, her condition became worse end worse nniil the following Thorsdey, when death relieved ber from all eartoly sorrow. THE TURN Kit TRIAL. The Loch Haven Dtmmtrmt.( eeh, lo alluding to this eaaa remarks t "The trial of Marlie V. Tamer far the order of Maria J. Waple, la Clearield eoaaty, November Id, 1876, commenced ia Lack Haven on Tuesday morning. Fur tbe Commonwealth, District Attorney Wa. M. Me CeJIoagh f Olearleld, Thomas H. M array of the aame plaoe, and U. T. Harrey, Bio, or book Haven. For the defence, Hon. Wa, A. Wallace and D. L. Krebi, Ksqs., of Clearfield, and Hoe. 8. R. Psale, of Look Havea. Tna Jury erei K. O. Eebler, William Trailer, Frank Obi, George VT. Sean, Michael Klrby, John N. Sheets. G. H Ililler, M. W. Uarr, John M. 8tofwr,John Karon, David flelswlte, JaaobGlossaer. Tercet U aa marrled, thirty five years aid, aad was a section boss en tbe Tyrone aad Clearfield Railroad. Mrs. Waple was aboat forty, with children. Tbe bo dy of Mrs. Waple wai fuuod aear Wallacetoa, Clear field county ,oe November Ith, She had start- td ta Tisltbersiiler-ia-lawontheSd. Saspiclon turned apoa her former hasbaad.from whom sba had been divorced, but It appearing that he wai elsewhere at tbe time of the killing, It turned to Turner, who had been eeea la tha vicinity about the time of the murder, tt Is claimed tbat Turner had been criminally iatimate with the woman ha fore her huibaad went to the penitentiary, aad tbat It vm toatiaaed after his leearceratlon. Me denies tha charge ef aarder. Tbe evidence U circumstantial, and his aoaasel foal very hopeful of a favorable verdict. He was tried la Cleorleld before Judge Orvii and convicted of murder In the first degree, hat a writ ( error wai ewrrled to Ibe ftopreeM Oeurt, aa some pelati of the charge of the Judge, and the Coarl reverted. A p. plication was Bade for a ehaage of venue, and benee the reason for IU being triad la Clinton. It took frorteew dayi fa try II before, and tl thought aa muflh tin witt ha eeesemed now. The eese Is creating aueh Interest, aad it flitined ta by a large audloae." Ladies, T. A. Flock & Co.'i black oaihmerei oan't be equalled. A beautiful line of brocado drees goodi la all new shades, at T. A. Fleck A Oo.'e. Fall goods are making their appear- aooe, at T. A. Fleck A Co.'s. Dr. II. F. Beum. Chronic Diwaso Pbysleian, Curwenivllle, Pa. Jy9 U tf. Dross Ginghams in new styles, pur posely for Fall A Winter wear, at T. A. Fleck A Co.'i. T. A. Flock & (la. rwHtivful thoir first invoice of Ladles Fall and Winter hats. Call and see them. Blank Books and all kinds of sta tionery, the cbeepest at Jobn A. Stock's. Try htm. sue 17-tf Stationery bas at last been reduced to fair prices. Call at Jobn A. Stock's and see for yourselves. scp l tf Fall and winter dry iroods,dress iroods, flannels, blankets, shawls, skirts a new supply received this week at H. A. KaATisa s. Remember tbat Lyllo is County Agent for Lorrillard'i Tobaooo, and oaa sell them at factory prices. They aro the beet tobaooei in market. Try them. tf. We have now on band several thous and first class envelopes, which wa will print for business men, or anybody alio, at prioei that nan- nut be rivalled. Call and see them. tf. A Fact. An advertisement Inserted In the Rkpuilicah will reach nor readers than if published In all the other papers In the coun ty, and cost the advertiset leu than one-half In other words, an advertisement published in our jruroal Is worth double the price of tbat charged by any other publisher in the eoonty. It ii a fact." tr. Clearfield Coal Trade. State- mentor Coal and other freights lent over the Tyrone ft Clearfield Division, Pennsylvania Rail road, for the week ending September, A, 1870, and the same time last year 1 COAL. TOWS, ... 2W.673 36,77 ea S,Tfl 1,001,827 m e. 144,391 1,031,600 . 0. 683,013 Fur the week - Sometime last year Inorcese Previously durlns year Same time last year Increase Total in 1879 Same time last year Increase , ovum rnaianri. .. 140,017 Lumber . Miscellaneous freights , .1r0 cars. ..17fi " A CARD, T vaunt, Bi.aih Co., Pa., Sept. 11, 1ST if. Ma. UooiiLANDan Jy bnriir; You do me very great injustice in your paper. The question between you and me was not one of veracity, but of ilia validity of the notice sent your office. Said notice was written on a postal card, sent to your olnuc from tbe t'otnce in UearBeld. it was written in a trembling band, as if written by n man of eielity W inters designedly, of course, to diiguiae the handwriting. Alter pub- lisning tbe notice wmcnyou accepted as genuine, you sent the postal card to me, aiking me if 1 had written It. 1 sent tbe reply back tbat 1 bad not ; that it was a forgery, and a penitentiary offence. More than this, 1 was not at liberty to say at the time. The fact of the case was not denied, but I only asserted that (lie notice was a plain forgery. You will please Insert this in yoar paper. It is due me, and your readers as well. 1 am so sorry you felt yourself called upon te ue such epithets . ro insult was intended, nor was mere any design toooneeal any of tbe facts of ihe esse, beyond what was honorable. Yourl truly, S. M. Moons. CO UN IN KGVPT." 51 n. Kditob Dear Sir:W had a pleasant meeting and Habbalh School In the Kgypt school house, Hradford township, last Sunday afternoon. There is "corn in Egypt" corn io Ike scripture sense, as well as the sense temporal. Tbey have never bad a better quality of wheat io tbat local ity than they have tho present season. "The bread or Lite is also perhaps more abundantly supplied than ever before. Tbe Sabbath Bobool there baa been euooeisful beyond any eipectalion, and is still continued in well-doing. It was mora than gratifying to bear the scholars repeat in concert tbe 23d Psalm and Lord's prayer aod all engaging heartily in other eseroi.es. We had also good time at Sbllob. The Pleasant Hill school Is, of coursa, as nsual going forward pleaaaotlv. W'e were only sorry tbat we could net reach Ooshen, Mount Joy, and Paradise, on the other side of the river. Hoping to meet all at tbat latter place by aod by, 1 am yours, working on tne way. K. CatvrnnnBR. September 10th, 1879. PEHFKCT1,Y HOUND." AteLKanajiT B m dor, Pa., Sept fi, 187(1. Dr. M. M. FatfftBR, Predooia, N. Y.,-W Sirt My wife has eon a (Hie ted with Dyspepeia and Liver Disease for a long time. Two bottles of your Blood and Liver Ketnedy and Nerve Tonte have made ber greatly better. I think she will become perfectly sound. 1 have a large sale oa your medic iocs and those ased in my family havo paid me more tbao your whole bill. I take pleasure in recommending them to tne world. With much respeot, M. ii. K.NAPF, Merchant. Dr. Fcnner'i Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonie may well be called "Tbe conquer log hero" of the times. It U the medical triumph of tbo age. Whoever baa "the blase" should take it for It regulate! and restores tbe disordered system tbat giree rise lo them. It always euros biliousness and Liver Complaint, Jeondioe, Dye- pepsia, Constipation, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen Enlargements, Sorofole, Erysipelas, Pimples, Blotches and all ekla rap lions and Blood Disorders) Swelled Limbs and Dropsy f Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves and Nervous De bility j Restores flesh and strength when tbe sys tem is ruining down or going into decline cures Female Weakness and Chronic Rheumatism, and relieves Chronic Dronabitii, and all Lang and Throat difficulties. It does these things by strik ing at tbe root of disease and removing its causes. Dr. Fanner's Improved Cough Hooey will re lieve any cough in one hour. Dr. Fenner'i Golden Relief cores any psin, as Tooth -ache, Neuralgia, Colic or Headache la five to thirty minutes, and read! I) relieves Rheum a Usm, Kidney Complaint, Dlarhua, etc. Dr. Fenner'i St, Vitus Danoe Specific Ooe bottle always cores. For sola by Uartswlck A Irvle, Dmcglvls, Ulcer a eld, re. aug-u-u. UARINU HOH1IERY. We take Ihe following particulars of a bold and daring robbery from tbe Punisulawney Spirit of Kept 11th i "One of the most bold and daring rob beries Ibat was ever perpetrated in this psrt of the Stat, wa committed on tbe premises of Miss Hnnnth K I wood, an elderly maiden lady, living in Canoe tonmbip, Indiana county, oa Tuesday eveolog lest. For' yean Thomas aad Hannah Elwaod, brother and sitter, had worked together upon tbeir farm and had accumulated quite a saug sum of money. Several yean ago the brother died, aod since tbat time Henoch has lived an the farm alone. Oa Tuesday evening about deik, when she had finished milking the oows, her at tention was attracted to two strange maa standing near tbe home. Advancing la tbat direction, she was met by tha men wbo asked for a drink. She wee now aenviaeed of tbe purpose ef the villeins, end eenoludtd to go le Ihe spring which wai quite a distance off, for tbe ostensible pur pose of getting them water, bit with the Inten tion ef eseaplng to a user neighbor. The thieves evidently suspected ber designs, for with out forther eereaioay they caught her by the arms and led her Into the bouse, remarking as they reached tbe door, 'It's your money we want aid woman.' Bbe was seated oa 4 ehalr aad a eloth tied over her eyes, and mouth, and her hands tied to the back of the chair. Oaa of Ibe men then drew a halfe across her throat and threateaed ta eat her throat from ear to ear aales s she teld them where her money was. She refused to divolge the hiding place of her treasures, wberenpon the robbers two mere having beea leereted about tbe house left one te watch, while tbe remaining three proceeded ta ransack the house. After a three boer'i search, daring which they sec o red a large sum of money, tbe wrcUhei procured a eord from oae of tbe bedi and tied her securely In ft large reeking ehalr, Tbo bot e wai agala brandished uncomfortably close ta her each, and she was told If she mad any noise after tbey left, tbey would est tbe hoove en fire, 'ia fact,' aald one, 'we gaees well do It anyway, for dead men tell ae tales,' With this remark tbey left her, putting their lighted lantern on the poreh. Tbe light was mistaken for Ira by the aid lady, and her feeliagi eea ha belter Imagined than desert bed. After a considerable length ef Urn iheiaeeeeded la relearlag herself, bat fearing tha villain! might ha areend the hoase, ibe did net venture eat aatll after day break, vhen ibe proceeded ta her nearest nelgh bar and tolA her story. The 'tbereaghaeH' ef the thieves' eiamlaaiiea eoald aat ha ear passed Nothing that eoald contain money remained aa turaad. Tbe beds, awraaaa, eleaeU aad e seats roated, boodles ef alethlag, kerbs, needs, . wsre rifled aad their eouleoli scattered aheat the floor, the heart hi were tera ap aad every Wees piooe ef aorta be wee a the legs of which the hoase ll be ill, was remorse. They even took the prevention le empty Jan ef preesrvee sad hatter ta see if anything was leereted there ie. Ai yet, wa believe then hai been ae elae tt the parties discovered;, , At the Rjcpoblican office Is the place 10 get yoar job work none. are tuny prepared to do anything fa tha printing Una. will do It well, and at the right kind of prices. tf. It ii acknowledged by all who over dealt with him. tbat John A. Stock keens the baet awortmcat of first -etas Tabaceai and Cigars In tneeouaty. ssp -ir T. A. Fleck & Co. have just opened out a fine lot of all-wool colored eaihmsre, one yard wide. Dark, rich shades, In dark and light garnet wary and d-vrk h!tw?luj,.aeaji brown. and buttle green. Ladies wlvblng to purchase a serviceable dress abould sail to see them. Seo a woman on IiorncKack in another column, riding near Spier's Vineyards, with a bunah of Urapcs from which Specr's Port Grape Wine Is made, tbst is so highly esteemed by tbe medical profession for the use of invalid, weakly persons and Ibe aged. Sold hy R. W. U return, Druggist, Clearfield, Pa. jly-lfi '79.tf. Hoots and Shoes, boots and Shoes, Hmu and Shoos, Boot, and Shoes, "The Best are the Cheapest !" Hoots and Shoes, Boots and Shoes, Boots and Shoes, Boots and Shoos, Sold by II. A. K a at eh. Removal. Dr. T. J. lioyer has re moved his medical offloe to the rooms recently oooupled by Buck A Graham, In Graham's row He makes CHRONIC DISEASES a specialty. C 11 A HOE 8 VERY LOW. Tha msnufaeturen having lowered prioei, he Is prepared to furnish STRICTLY PURE MEDICINES at greatly re duced rates. Tbe afflicted will be benefited by giving hi in n call. July 7.1, '79-tf. School Books. The Lawrence town ship Sobool Directors bare adopted Copy Books, sold by John A. Stock, Clearfield, Pa., owing to their cheapness aod good ejailttles, enj we re commend them to teachers and scholars through out laid township. Bah usx M. Rowlis, R. Buck, William On ham, Milei Hkau. L M. Welch, J. L. Co mum. aug-27-tt Directors. To Our Lady Customers. We call their special attention to E. Buttertck Co.'s Fashions, of which we are now keeping a com plete ass't. to dress-makers and parties through out tbe country, who wish to keep informed on the change of dress, by lending us 16 centi, we will forward a Spring and Fall eatalougs and the lietropotita Journal f J'twAioM, which will come monthly for one year. All orders by mall promptly attended too. Address T. A. Fleck k Co., iep-3-4t Clearfield, Pa. New Daily Stage Line. James L. Leavy hai succeeded In having a dally mail estab lished between Clearfield and Penn field, nnd will hereafter run a daily stage between tbe two points. Uiscontraot began with April 1st, and the stsge will leave Clearfield every morning (eioept Sun day) at 8 o'olock, making connections with all trains on the Low Grade Railroad at PcnnOeld, re turning after the last train the same evenlog. Passengers and freight will bo carried at low rates. Orders left at aoy of Ibe hotels will be attended to. 10apr7Otf 1) FAT II OP J ACOB SllVV, Hr. Jacob NetT, Sr., whose feeble health has for some time given his friends fears of approach ing dirsolutioo, eiiiired nt V o'clock on Tuesday morning, September tth, at the residence of his son, Mr. Joieph L. NetT, in New Waehingtoo. The deenased was born in Man helm township, La nee ter county, Pennsylvania, January 7 th, 1715, and wai therefor at the time of bis death. eighty-four years, eight months, and two days old. When Mr. MeiTwaa two years of age, hii parent! removed lo Bald Kaglc Valley, and settled In what ia now hnowa as Howard townnhlo. Centre county, where he remained until 1829, when be emigrated to the wilds of Clearfield, aod cleared op a farm within tha limits of what is now tbe pleasant little borough of New Washington. Mr. NetT, being one of the first seltleM in this part ortbe eonnty, endured tot veers all trie nard afaips incident to pioneer life. The nearest mill at that time was at Cherry Tree, in Indiana oouo - ty, at a distance often miles, where Mr. Men ear. rlod his grain on tho back of an ex, through a dense forest. On one occasion, on reaching Heav er run, the stream was eo swollen from recent rains that Mr. Neflr found it impossible to cross with his ox, bot, with bis characteristic plook for overcoming diffiaulties, be shouldered the bag of grain and anor securing nts oi to a tree, wadea the stream and packed bis load to the mill, a die tanca of four milee, briefing back his floor in Ibe same wey. Mr. Neff was married ia 1810 ta Cstberine Harobart, a Tery estimable lady, wbo died May fitb, 187V, nl tbe ripe old age of eighty, four years. In polities, Mr. Naff was an ardent Democrat and earnest lo hll principles. He east hi first vote in 1810, for Jamoe Monroe, end continued voting tbe Democratic ticket the remainder 01 nil life, never having missed a general election tn siity-three years. In bis moral qualities, rigid In tegrity and hearty liberality were superior traits. lie died in the full persuasion of tbo troths of tbe Christiao religion, which cheered him ia bis last moments, by oalmnsss aod tranquility ol mind. He will be remembered as a generous, kind-hearted old centlemae. who bas act an ad mirable example to tbe young, by the integrity of bis conduct. ' New WASmnaroM, Sept. 11th, 1SY9. CoLLicTon'i WimitAHTi. We have prepared a form, and have on band a large quantity, of blank "Uolleotori Hales," wniob aave oeen ap proved fay the highest legal authority lit the Courts of this county. At Ttnty 6'eals per dosen we will mail any number to the uoneoior ordering them. A Collector, when compelled to advertise nrotMirtv. bust nost up not less than three notices ia tho most public places la his borough or townsoip. u. 0.n HcnnanD Pan Cut. Discount on Old Pnicm. Sewing Machines ean now be purchased at hi err til's tin and variety store, from $46 up wards. All hinds of sewing machines repaired on tbe shortest notice. Clearfield, Fa., July IS, 1877. Buaom Fon Balm. R. Newton Shaw keeps a full suddIv of Fredonta Buggies nnd Platform Wagons for sale. To be seen at the Shaw House yard. Call on or address mm at viearneia roan iy Ivan la. may U-tf. WiiTin. 680,000 U-feet shaved hoops, dellv ered at the railroad, tn ear loads of 8,01)0, at all points on the Tyrone A Clear Held, P. A E., Bald Eagle Valley, and Pennsylvania Railroads, for which 1 will pay tne highest market price. J. F. KnAMua, Octlft, 1878.tr. Clearfield. Pa. , .Tfof Arr.f Griff, Tbe pride of a Mother, the life and joy af a home, are aer children, nenoe ner gnei wnen liei neai enters and takes tbem away Take warning iben, that you ere running n terrible risk, tl they have a Cough, Croup or Whooping Cough, which lead te Consumption, If yon de aot attend to It at onoe. SHILOU S CONSUMPTION CURB h uaranteed to cure them. Price 10 els., el ets and II. 00. For lame liack, Side or Chest, use Sbilob's Porous Plaster. Price 14 oents. Sold by 0. D. Watson, Clearfield, Pa. eepl7-eovr, The MlfMt M Ettr Knew Of, J. Q. Btsrkev. a Dmmlnent and Influential alt- Isen of Iowa City, says 1 "t kave had tbe Dyi- pepiia, and Liver Complaint lor several years, aod have used every remedy I lould bear of, without nnv mllef whatever, until I saw your Hhiloh's Vitalise? advertised ia our paper, and wai persuaded to try It. X am happy to state that it baa entirely cored me. It te certainly the best remedy I ever knew ef." Price 7 cents. For sale by 0. D. Watson, Ulearfleid, fa. sepU-fim-eow, SHILOH'SCATARRH RKMKDY. A marvel ous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth, aad Ilesdacbe. With each bottle la ea ingenious nasal injeetor for the more successful treatment of the ovplalot, without estre eharge, Price 60 sen is. For sale by 0. V. wetsoo, iicarnoia, Pa. eepH7, l7Mm now. Wabtid. Delivered at tbe Rail Road. 100,000 20. Inch ehaved shingles. 100,000 14-lneb cawed sbinglee. 100,000 feet of pine hoards. Mii.OilO 14 feet ebnved hoopl. ft.OOO railroad lies. 60,000 feet ef good bsmloob boards. For which I will nav the highest market price, delivered at Clearfield, er at any point aa the Tyroae Clearfield Retlreus. J. F. Kaanna, Clearfield. Pa., Oct. II, 17I tf. lust Received Just Revived by ARNOLD, At CUUWEJNSVILLE: Car .Load Nova Scoli riastorl Car Load para Corn, Hy and Oats Chop I Car Load Deaken Salt 1 Car Load of Choice Family Floor 1 Car Load Dry tioodi, Grooor.es, Ao.l M-Sh initios, Barx. it. j(. lies ana Grain will be taken In sicharge. Curwensville, May 1, 1878. Nervou Debility. Vital Weahneei ar Deprwaalea 1 a weah esbaueted feel in, no energy or oeureffoi the re tell of Mental over work, indlecretione tr eireaoto, ar some drala aeon tha system te al wayl cured by Humphrey's Hommpathie Specific No. 18. It toot no and invlgevmiee tbe system, dispell tbe gloom aad despondency, Imparte streagta aa energy, stops wrviu -wveoatee the entire maa. Boon used twenty Ware with aerfewt sueeees by thousands. Sold by daaiera. Price, l per einfla vial, ar $4 per Mr k age af five vlali and II vial nf powder. Sent ey maii w vwowip.oi pr Addrees Mnaophiyw Heaisrpalhlc MeAirlne t'eaapany, 100 fallow St, N. T. C. l. Watsea, A pat, Olearaeia, ra, 1 sept. It, 1871-ly, BALADA KNARR. On Sunday. August Sd. I87W, by Rev. J. Wolbach, Mr. Jacob Salada, of eVuUuis, ana Miss Lena no err, or urady township. C0PPr.NIIAVER-KNARR.-0nHundey.Aui. silt, II7V, ay Kev. j. Wolbach, Hr. iames Uop penbaver, of Dubois, and Miss Haehel Kaarr, of Troutville. WALBURN-ZILMOX.-On Sunday, August 3 1 St. IK7V. by Ksv. J. Wolbach. Mr. Ilenrv Wai- burn, or UuUols.aad Ulis Mary .UllM.oI llrady township. SWOPK LAMimitN.-Al the loalJeneeof Ihe bride's parents, on Wttdnerday, Aug. 27th, IITV, Lawrence, Uinnria county, ana miss bin me v. Lain burn, of Chest township, Cleartlold evuuty. II U MMEL ROOT. in White township, Cam- bria county, on Saturday, Aug. 30tb, U;V, by Kqutre Patterson, Mr. Henry II. Hummel and U s Clara Root, both of Clearfield county. LOOMIS JOLLY. On Thursday, September 4th, IHTv. by Rev. Isaac Heokniati, of Warrior's Mark, Pa., assisted by Kev. J. A. Woodcock, of Osceola, r releasor Samuel W. Loom is, ol Clarion, Pa., end Miss Mary W, Jolly, of Osceola Mills, tbii eounty. N EFF JOLLY. On Thursday, September 4th, 1870, by Hev. Isaac Heokmen, of Warrior's Mark, Pa., assisted by Rer. J. A. Woodcock, of Osceola, Mr. n. U. HaD an a Misi Uesste A. dolly, both of Osceola Mills, Pa. NEKF. Ia New Washington borough, 00 Tues day, September 9tb, ISItf, Jacob Ncfl, aged 84 years, 8 months and 1 days. Centre eounty papers please oopy.J HOVER. In tbe Paradlseseitleuent, la Hen derson township, Jeffersoo county, on Tuesday, September Vtb, 187U, Mrs. Rebecca Uuyer, aged 82 years end 6 months. FI.KOAL.-At Pblllusburc. Pa., on Saturday morning, September ftlb, 187V, Mrs. Nancy Pie gal, relict of Jobn Flegnl, formerly of Brady township, this county, aged 77 years. Tbe deceased was tbe mother of Lever Flegal, Bq , of Lawrence township, iler remains were taken le Lulbersburg for burial. CLEARFIELD MARKETS, Clbahviild, Pa., Sept. lo, 187V. Flour, per ewt.. II TO Buckwheat Flour, per cwt 3 80 Corn Meal, per ewt - 80 Chop, rye, per cwt 1 40 Chop, mixed, per cwt - 1 10 ran, per owt vv Wheat, per bushel 1 80 Rye, per bushel 80 Oate, per bushel 8ft uom, ears, per nusnei,... ,. Buckwheat, per bushel 88 Potatoes, per bushel '6 Apples, per bushel Hams, per pound II shoulder, per pound 1 Dried Reef, per pound ' 18 Chickens, per pair 40 Butter, per pound 16 Eggs, per dosen - . " Salt, per sack, large I Coal Oil, per gallon 16 Lard, per pound I1 Dried Apples, per pound 6 Dried Peaches, par pound 8 Deans, per bushel 1 00 AllMINIttTRATORK' NOTICR. Notice la hereby given that Letters of Ad ministration on the estate of ARTHUR REESE, Isle of Lawrence township, Clearfield county. Pa , deceased, having been duly granted to the undersigned, all persona Indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment, nnd those having claims or demands against me same win present them, properly authenticated for settle ment without delay. J. O.HC1IHYVER, BlliAB nana . Administrators. Clearfield, Pa., Aug. 8, 1879 fit. MEADYILLE A thorough course in Book keeping, Penman sblo. Telegraphing. Drawing, Engraving, Ao. Sent for circular and specimens of Plain and Ornamental I'enmansblp. fcncioae sit cams tn stsmpl. Address A. w.Mnim, Aug. 17-41, Meed vine, ra. NEW FIRM AND - NEW GOODS! Boom No. 4, Fis's Optra Sous, CLEARFIELD, PA. rTlHK underalitaed kev, Jast opsaed a foil ,iaa X of Urooorles. suob as TEAS, COFFERS. SUGARS, RTRUPS, SPICKS, DHIBD FRUIT, CANF.KI) FRUIT, ALSO, BMOKINft AND t'HKWINO TOBACCO, CIUAKS, yl'KKNSWAKK, OLASS. WARE, TINWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE. 1JROOMS, ETC. Flour, Feel snd Chop of all kia&s, whleo we will aell at lowest prloso for easb, or oxebaoge tot prodooo or gralo. II II A 18AACHARKLI. Cle.rH.ld, Pa.Sept. id, lr lf. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE Personal Property! r 1 11 & unaersirDia, Attorney ior me scire ana X legalreproieutativesofBKNJAMlNUARTS. nunn, isvs m ine porougu 01 virwiniinu, Clearfield county, Fa., deceased, will sell at pub lic aale, on tbe premise! in said borongb, on Thursday, Sept. 20th, 1879, The following personel property, belonging to laid estate, consisting In part of 1 organ and piano stool, 1 bureaus, 1 was hi lands, I sofas, 1 oentre table, 1 dining table, 1 side table, 1 ei tenslnn table, 4 bedsteads and bedding, S cup boards, 1 Singsr sewing machine, 1 cook and 1 parlor stoves, a lot or carpeting, looklng-glaases, window-blinds, chairs, kettles, and a large amount of household goods, aad all tbe kitchen fern i tare, too numerous to catalogue. Also, a let of frame timber and carpentering tools, TERMS 14 SU. The sale will commence at TBN o'clock la tbe forenoon of eaid day, when and where prompt at tendance will be given by the subscriber. IM KXTUAL W. bMITH, Attorney for the Heirs. Clearfield, l'a,, Sept Id, 170 it. Allegheny Valley RaHrond. LOW QRADB DIVISION. nnd after Monday, Aegust 4th, 179, J the passenrer trains will run dally (oioept Sua day) between Red Bnnh and Driftwood, as follows i KAHTWARD. Day Hall leaves Pittsburg 9 it a. Bed Bank 11:16 ( Bligo Junction I IMS; New Bethlehem 11:3ft p. m.; Meyeville H i j Trov H2 i BrookviHe 15 i Fuller's l:9 i Key. noldsvltle 1:11 1 DuBolsl:&0 Summit Tonne) 110 ; Penfleldl:41( Weedvtlle 4:0o Benesette 4:91 i arrives at unnwood at 6:It, W EUTW AR IWDay Mall leaves Driftwood 1129 p. m.i BenesetU l;05j Weedville l:ltj Pen field 1:48; Summit Tunnel 1:1 j DuBolsllfti Reynoldsville 1:1 ; Puller's 1: Iflj Brook vi lie 1 3.1 ; Troy 1:4( Maysville4:H) New Bethlehem 4 30 1 Sligo donation ft: 13 ; Hed Bank M9 arrivae at Pittsbarg al 1:99 p. as. P9- Tha ReynolJsville Accommodatloa loaves Reyaoldsvllle dsily at 7:6 a. m.i and arrives at Hed Bank at 10:60 a. m., Pittsburgh at 1:H9 p Leaves Pittsbunh at l;l p. m i Red Beak at e:66 p. m.) arriving at Key no Ids rills at 9M p. m. Close connections made with trains aa P. A I Railroad at Drift eood, and with trains oa tho Allegheny Valley Hailroad at Red Bank. DAVID McCARUO, Oen'l Snpt A. A. Jauiiou, Bap't L. . Dtv. ORPHANS' COURT SALE -OF- Valuable Real Estate ! T") T virtue cf an order ef Ihe Orphans' Court ef X3 Vlewrleia eeuaty, lw me airecteo, l acre win be e i no sod to public sale, nt the Court iloaee. la toekoroageet uiearaesa, oa Thursday, ScpU 25, 1879, The following deeerlbed two pieces of lead eituete la LawrwoeeUwnsklp, within two miles from the Venn House, una well adapted te agriculture t No ! Boaoded north hy land of Ooe. f Oulich aad ethers, east hy land of William 2V Bigler, looih aad west hy ether land of F. 'TT rasna e pniWi wvutBiaipn OMR HUNDRED ACRBS. Beiag well weleted aad oovered with valeable tim ber. Ha Bounded north by Ihe above deeerlbed IjpA piece ef lead, east by Joba Powell at. a)., fjjl eowtb hy the Sueuwehaaaa river, aad wee. by tbe pablie road leading from the ttood fellow bridge to Meraeraoa'i eaw mill, eoatataiag IfM Acroi aad tf rarchaa, and hating about five aeise eleared, ft small dwelling boose and ft good new mlU ereetad thereon, witheieelieeit water power for any hind ef maautaeiaiiag pnrpeees, eaeepiiag aaa rw. eervietf the rronnd aft which tbe bara etaads, beanded by the two township reads, the raa from the ember, us race nnd Creek, laeue Una-third ai eeolrmeuen ef aale, and tha balaaea iw two ecjoel aaaaal payment, with Interest, leearea ay aoaa aaa mortgage. AARON 0. TAT I, Jdsa'r af F. Smith. Clearfield, Fa-, Sept. 3d, 1S79 41. ar SWHl miHHillJL.nK.M Wmvip A Ta Oa want five thousand bushels of OATS, new, wai win pay eaea ar pnxiuoe. Ulearneij, l'a., Aug. ii, iBTV-ir. TTOlflB I I X boasa o Freebylerlan FOR It R NT, A iwo-story hrioh n f iita siret, evst of the the . , ther ' ' Cburvh. Three rooms and three dowa stairs. A good stable. house, and garden attached. Forfurth particulars, apply lo J, B. ORAMAM, Apru w, iotv u. UlearUeld, fa. TAttM.JUilIXy FOR ftAI.K.l, linstea J. and fine townships, ClserU'lJ county, Uensonable timefiven lor part of purchase money. Prieei fit 0t to II9.UQ per aere.f Mloere's reserred. L. BIRD, Agent, Panileld, Pa. or Wallam A Kuans. Sept 10, l7w-tr. Clearfield, Pa, JAMES H. TURNER, Jl'STIGKOr TUB PRACI, H nllaretou, Pa. JMrHe has prepared himself with all the neeestary blank forms under the Pension and Bounty- laws, as well as blank Deeds, etc. All legal matters entrusted ta bis care will receive prompt attention. May 7 in, 187 U-tf. HA RIl Y BNYDKR, BARBXR AND HAIRDRESSER. Bhop oa Market St., opposite Court Honee. A eleaa towel for every easterner. Also dealer la Bet Brauda of Tobnrco and L'lgnru ru.ri4. Pa. may 19, tft. XTOT1CE TO COM.ECTORB AND 11 Til tIR KUWfc:Tlii,Tbe Board nf Uommlsiioneri has ordered the undersigned to proceed and collect tbe balances due on all the old Duplicates. All collectors ef snob Duplicates who do not eome forward and pay np during tbe September Court, will be proceeded against lm medlatly thereafter. The old books must be settled PHILIP DOTTS, Tnasarer. Aug. 17, 171-31. E XFXUTOR'M MOTICE.-Not.ce Is here- j by tlven that Letters Testamentarv on the estate of ANGUS M. HILL, lata of Bradford township., Clearfield county, Penn 'a., deo'd., having been duly granted to the undersigned, all persons Indebted lo said estate will please make mmeaiato payment, ana those baring claims ar demands against the same will present them properly authenticated for settlement without delay. SAMUKL U. (JILL, Executor Wilfiamagrori, Pa., Sept. 10, 1979-fit. Al)MINIHTRATOR'S NOTICE.--Notice li hereby given that Letters of Administra tion on the estate of FREDERICK BHAPPEK, late of Sandy township, Clearfield eounty, Peon'e, decreased, having been uuly granted to tbe undes igned, ell persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment, and those hav ing claims ar demands against Ihe same will present tbem properly authenticated for settle ment without delay. OEUlttiK C. KIRK, Administrator. Luthcrsburg, Pa., Sept. 8d, 1879 tit. IOR SALE.- Tbe undersigned will sell at private sale all that tract or paroel ef land sltaate in Decatur township, Clearfield eounty, Pa., witbio a abort distance or tbe Tyrone ft tisarneit n. n., ana ndioinini lands of Robert Hudion and otners, nnd hnown as the Jacob B. Uearbart lot. The laid tract contain ine AO acres more or less, with two veins of valuable coal thereon, has about 10 acres eleared, and Is the hey to a large body of coal about being developed. Will be sold low and upon easy terms, ror particulars, apply to eVAViv it, anAoo, Clearfield, Pa., July 11, 176. TRIAL II T. List of eaneei set down for trial at second and third weeks of Septem ber Term, 1N7V t sioonn wbik, bin noapAr (Ittrn ear) or sbft. Kepfaart A Bailey vs. Moshannnn L A L Co- Jesse Lines vs. David MrKlnney. O. B. Uovdlander vs. Andrew Pents el. al, Seiuuel liordoa vs. Klttanning Coal Cn. James U. Beaty vs. T. A- A II. A. McKee. O. B. Good lender vs. (leo. Kramer at. al. John Cowen et. al. ve. Stewart Cowen. Andrew K oner t son Tl Mosbannon L ft L Co. Thomas Mitchell vs. Jobn Dillon et, al. OoodfeilowA Son.tc use vs, Jas. Forest A Son. M. Hubert vs. Brnbaker A Hollo peter ii, B. lioodlandor vs. lieo. Kramer et. al. M. Hubert vs. Dm baker A Ho Hope tor J.W. Pa'terson, to nee ve. W. U. HI ner. R. C. Tbomneon st. al. ve. John W. Bell. Wn. Luther vs. Jno. M. Jordan et al. Liveright, Lingle A Co. vs. JudabWbitcome et ai. Jobn Booth vs. Morried.le Coal Co. T. R. Blandy ve. Overseers of Deoeturtp Walker Brothers Tl. Austin Kerln. BichangeU'k,MarietUvi, Arnold A Hartshorn. mien wan, rust homdat (6ti pat) or act. Beyer, Gayer A Co. re. Frederloh Ramey el al. " ve. n LtirengDi ee. ns. M ti. T R Blandy st. al. Co. N. Bank. Clearfield vs. Samuel Conoway. " t Hiram Woodward. Andrew Gardner ti Curtis Reams et. al. T. O. Helms ti. Daniel Neff et. at. S. Wolf, Assignee, vs. James Rea D. C. Hensel ti. Daniel Miller J K F Hall ti. Henry Show alter T B Allison re. R. D. Pullerton Edmund Dale, Trustee vs. BenJ. Knepp II U Shillinaford ti. Robert Hare Powell T C Boon, Sco A Trees ti. Geo W Horn eL al. Kli as Smiley vs. DuUoii A Fuller Bain u el Snyder ts. Nutter, Davis A Co. Frank, Bro'i A Co. Ta. Jae Kerr A Co. Casper Lelpoldt ti. Christian Tubbe Mays A Hamerly ve. Henry Wallace J B Ellis ti. K Knots. KU DL00M, Prothonatery. T) KcT.lftTER'B NOTICB-Notice Is bere- XV by given that tbo following accounts have been examined and passed by me, and remaia filed of record ia this offloe for the tnsp3tioa of heirs, legatees, creditors, and all others interested and will be presented to tbe aeit Orphans Court of Clearfield eounty, to be held at tbe Court House, ta tbe borough of Clearfield, eemmenoinf on tho fourth Monday (being tbe lid day) of Depiemoer, a. v. ib7 : Account ef Joba 3. Pioard and Caroline Fioard, Adm'rs ef tbe estate of Joba B. Pioard, late of Covington, tieameia eounty, re., dec d. The amount of John J. Pioard, Guardian of Chas. J. Mignot, minor heir ef Millany Mignot, late of uovtogtoa twp., uieernoia ve., fa., dec d. Partial account of L. M. and 8. N. Condriet, Adm'r ef estate ef Francis Condriet, lata of Covington twp.. ciearoeid Co., fa., dee d. The account ef Hen 7 II. Hurd, Executor of tbe last will and testament of Ana West rail, lite of uneet twp., tiearneid vo fa., dec d. Tbe account of Carolina Blattenberger, Adm'z afl tbe estate of j. a. HlnttenOerger, late of Useeola aorongfi, uiiarneia ue,, fa., dec d. Final account of Jeoob B. Brubaher, Adm'r of the estate of James Nelson, late of Brady twp Clearfield eonnty, Pa., dee'd. Final account of Elijah Asbeofelter, Adm'r of tbe estate ef Peter Asbeofelter, late of Brady twp., tiearneid eoonty, dee d. Final account ef Illjsh Ashenfelter, Adm'r ef the estate of Herlah Ashsnfelter, late of llrady twp Uieerfleld Uo., f a4 dec d. The noeount of Jackson. Patoblo, Adm'r ef tbe estate of Wm. B. StoulTer, late of Burns ids twp, Clearfield eounty, Pa., dec U Final eeeoaot of Henry Weaver and Henry ZiUloi, Ki'rsof Godfrey Zilltoi, late ef Brady twp., Clearfield Co Pa , dee d. Float account of Jacob Pearee, Quardlaa ef Rob' ert Hell, minor heir ef Thomas Molt, late of Bradford twp., Clearfield Co., Pa , dee'd. Tbe account of Joeeph H. Breth, Adm'r of the estate of K. P. MeMastere, lata of Cheat twp Clearfield Co.. Pa., dee'd. Final account ef Abraham Baitey, Kieeutor ef tbe fart will and testament erwm. H.laughry, late ef Clearfield Co., l'a., dee'd. Final aceonnt ef Abraham Pea roe, Adm'r ef the estate of Jonathan Wiser, late of Bradford twp Clearfield Co., Pa dee d. Final account of Jamas B. Graham, Guardian of Blisabeth Rioer, (new Jury), minor heir or Wa. Kiaer, dee'd. Tbe account of Joba MeGaugbey, Quardlaa ef Koiannn Uden, (now Knepp), miner aeir er ugden, late af I'learne'd, Co., fa., dee'd . Account af Joba I. hf oKlernan. inardiaa ef Wi Pulkersoa. mtaor beir of Kdmoad re Hereon, late of Ualieb twp., Clearfield Co., Pa., dea d, Acceuet of Joba 8. MeKieraaa, guardian af bemuel M. Henderson, sniuor neir ar Baaaaei D. Henderson, leto ef Woelward twp Olear field Co., Pa., dee d. Second partial aoeonat of From p ton Bell aad L. L. Hoover, Adminlstreior et toe estate ei n m. B.II, late ef . twp, Clearfield Co., Pa, deed. Flftftl aeewuat ef Wm. B. Whiteside, Administra tor ef tbe eetatc af Wm. Mellea, let ef Wood ward twp, Clearfield Oa, Pa, dee'd. Partial aoeount ef Samuel Hagarty, Administra tor of tbe estate ef Tbosaea Cewaa, late af Hoc aria twp, Clearfield Oa, Pa., dee d. Quardlaa accounts ef John H. Folferd, guardlea af Cyras P. Cerr, Wm. B. Carr, Mary S. Cerr, aad Joba A. Carr, minor heirs of Beat. F. Carr, late ef twp, Clearfield Co, Pa., dee d, ae Ikd by Mn. M. B. Folferd, Admiai Ureter of John U. Falferd, dee d. Theaeeeaatar W. L. Rtshel, Administrator ef tbe ee tare of Lydla Dewiiag, laU af Lawrence twp., Cleerleid ue, ra. dee a, as aiea oy a. C. Tata, Admlaltfret.tr af Wm. L. RUael dee'd. Final aoeauat of X. MsMaal and Joe. R. Irvln, Administraleri C. T. A. ef the estate of Thee W. Flemming, late af Curweasvilie, Clearfield Co, Fa, dee d. Flaal asoouat af Jeees Lines, Adm'r et Ihe estais of Samuel Peoples, leu el Brady twp, Clear field County, Pa dee d. Partial .teeoeat ef Daniel Faast, Adm'r af the estate of Wm. MeBride,Sr late af tarweus Tilie, Clearfield Co, Fa, dee'd. Final eeoeunt ef Jasaas M. McKee aad J. Irvle McKee, Adm'n al Isaac MeKee, bate ef Kaot twp., ClearttoM Qa, rev, dec ft. Pirst partial aeeenat af R. B. Stewart, Gaardlaa af A. N. Q re be as, minor heir of James C. Gra ham, nie ef Bradford tw.. viearaeia aoaatT) Pa., deeeaeed. lieet and final aenewat af R. S. BtewneL Owardl- aa ef Henry II. Graham, mlaer heir ef Jamoe 0. Ore am, laU af Bradford twp, Ciearteld eounty, Pa., dee'd. Flaal aeeeant ef A. 0. Tats, Adm'r af tha eel ate f lease Tbeeapeee, late ef Bleed township, CloarfteM eoaaty, Pa, dee d. LJ.MOROAN, Register. Clearfield, Fa, Aug. It, lT-4t. StfLa., T J I 7TB lD 71 .efi3tr 5in FOR SALE BY THE CO-OPERATIVE AGENCY, Clearfield, Fenn'a. Farm Sells, CUTTING! BOXES, Furniture of all kinds, SEED DRILLS, Knitting Machines, or any other artiole manufac tured can be fur nished at short notice. BEjrO Tor CMCVLjM. Co-Opcratlve Agency, Cltartttld,ra. " VS"K j 'vy .aar eLoUsaw SG3SSl9a arSeud for IlliutraUd Circular and rricoa. Liberal Terms to the Trade Don't buy until you have seen the lightest running machine In the World, the Ever Reliable ''VICTOR." VICTOR SEWINC MACHINE COMPANY, MIDDLEIOWX, CONK, and Koa. and tol Tfabash Aiaaa CUICAOv, IU. Look to your Interests IN BUYING YOUR R3E1.XXV3- Having just returned from tho Kast, whero we have been milking our Spring purchasea, we take this opportunity of thanking our customers for tbeir liberal patronago in the past, and beg to aicurc them wo will do all mo can to make it their interest to continue the same. Our store is literally crammed with goods just from tho manufacturers, by all odds tho largest and best solected slock ever brought to this county at any ons time by one firm. Over fifty different patterns and varieties of CARPETS, ranging in price from 20 cents to (1 per yard. Wo will fell Carpels at cheap as the same quality can be bought in Philadelphia or New Voik. Ladies' Dress Goods, Trimmings, Laces and Fringes, In tho !:tst stylos. Sheetings, Shirtings and Cassimores, together with BOYS' WEAR in all grados of goods. Our LADIES' AND t'llILDBENB' STOCKINGS are juit the prettiest and best yon ever saw. A lull lino of TRIMMED HATS, always on hand, trimmed up by Miss Mntlie Rohn, of Philadelphia, who will give ladies wishing Bate trimmed to order, hor best endeavors to pleaxe. Call and soe us bciora buying elsewhere. T. A. FLECK & CO. Graham's Building, - - - - Market Street, CLEARFIELD, PA. $trw fli'trtiscmfutJ. ARNOLD WANTS 5,000 Rail Road Ties Curweoavllle, Pa. Jao. , 'Tl-tf. HOMESTEAD FOR SALE -IN THE Borough :! hrzrh ! THAT well-known property Itaete os (he beak of tbe Haeaaehenne river, in the boroeKh of CurweniTllle. OleerflfiU twenty, Pe , noeupiid by the hte BRNJAUIN HARTSHORN, deed, ii ow offered for nle. It eoaUini eboet Thirteen Acres, Upoa which le ereeted m tne two-etor? frame DWELLING HOUSE, BTADLB, aad the aeeeeserr out b.ilJief., aa4 also a KI.0W1NU FulMAlNef par. SPRING WATKR. Tall is a vere d.sireble aroperty for a private rest. eVoee. Tk. preeetj la aow offered at PRIVATI BALK, oa reeeoooblo toreea. Per fartkoe la fermatiea la reletl.a la It. eall at lao preoeises, or apple to Ibe aodorslirnel la pereoa .r by letter. ML'HXTHAL W. SMITH, All.ra. for tbe Heirs. CleerWa, Pa, Bopt id. 1071. PRIVATE SALE Valuable Real Estate I Tbe aadefilfBed. IMag la Peaa twp., Clear field eeaate, Pe,, effm tbe fbltewlag relaeble Reftl letale fer eele l 446 Acres of Land, ore er leee. la Beeearia towaialp, .jing ea tbe aertb eide ef i( Cleerleid ereek, mmi witbta eee lie ef ibe eaae. Tbe tbeve lead li beevilj vered with beeslek, while eak, reeh eat. and ether hard weed timber, aad a qaaatit? ef white piae, aald le be half a illioa er Mere feet. The eaeie le heaTjlr aaderleid with bftaatlaeef eal, and dlreetly ea tbe liae ef railroad leading free Heatedale te CeeJpert. Itiralae laaakaown. Tbera are, alee, ether ralaable iaerale aa the ante. The ebore Uad Met aboat twe aa4 a-barf Ilea below the ell) a(e af Olea Hope, adjoin ing laede ef veerge OreeM and e there, ee what le hnowa at Perter'e raa. The InpraveaeBte ea tbe prop ertr are a good geared eaw III, la raaalag order, a high da, rieae breaet, aede la tbe beet aaa aer, it fer alaioel any aebtaery. There le, alee, a large fraae dwelliag boaee aad freae baak bara tbereea. and aboat forty ar I ft; aeroe, atere ar leee. af the land to eleared. Amy aenea wlthlag U taveet la property ef tbte klad will do well ta eiavtee thie pnteriy. I will eeN tbe whek or tha aadlridod half letoeeet, aa may eatt tbeparebaeer. The abora traet of lead will nafee twe er throe fame, which w.ileeapera faoarably with tbe greater part ef ear eoeaty. Priaa aad terse aude keewa ta any pereea wUblag ta par ebaaa. For fertbor partieoiare eall la pereoa ar eddreee the aadertlgaed at Oreaipiaa HiUe P.O., CLoarfteld oty, Pa. IAML W IDEM IRE. Jaa.t, HTI tf. . SnistfUanfons. Chamlerlin Stump Fuller, CONKUN WAGON, Watertown Spring Wagons, MONITOR CORN EHELLER, Hampton Dish Waabors, OAESIACSS, HARNESS, Pumps of all kinds. PLATFORM SCALES, Blanohard CLuru, ETC., ETC., ETC.,' . Anjoat IT, ISTU-lf. SIMPLICITY! SUPERIORITY fl I implified; O maintaineU; Improvements September, 1878' l(J.aw BsTlng retrard for the demaod of r. .aw . ptngresslro aye, we now offer to Uie World if VICTOR vitk asraaaa Important Improvements. KotwiUistonding ihe VICTOR bu long boea the pr of any machine iu tho market lack supported hy a hot-t of voluutecr Tritneoaeo wa now connUcQlly claim for it (rreatcr simplicity, ft vondcrful roduction of friction, un-1 allojcthcr a (ar. Com himttioncf DrtirahU Oualitiei. ForiaU l.w Merchanta and othera. GOODS Sew avrrtUftufnts. QtU'RT PROCLAMATION, WaanBAe, Hob. 0. A. MATBR, Preiideot Jndge of the Court ef Cotnnoa Pleai af the TweDtj.flfth Judicial Dlatrlet, eonpoaad af the eonatiea ef Clearfield, Centre and Clietoa aod Hon. Abram Uaniv and Hna. Viaciar B. Holt, Aeeoeiate Jvdgei of Clearfield eoaaty bare luoed tbeir preeept.to me direeud. for tha holding of a Court of Com bob Plane, Orphan Coart. Court of Quarter fleeeioai, Court ef Oyer aad Terminer, and Court ef Ueneral Jail Deliv ery, at the Court Uouee at Clearfield, la aad for tha eounty of Clearfield, eommeneing oa the foarlh Mouday, tha 'ta day el Dept., 1879, aad ta continue three weeke, KOTICB IS, therefore, hereby glrue.te the Coroner, Jnetleoe af the Poaee, and Coaetablee, ia aad for eaid eoaaty ef Clearfield, te appear la tbelr proper pereoae, with tbeir Reeordt, Rolia, InqalaiUone, Bxanjioatloae, aad ether Robom. braoeei, ta de thoee thinri wbieh to their eBooa. aad la their behalf, poruia te be done. Hy aa Aet or Aaeembly, paaeed the Ith day of May, A. D. me, U ie Bade tbe duty af the Jae tieee of tbe Peaee ef the eeTeral eoaatiee of thle CoBMoawealth, ta return ta the Clerk af tbo Court ef Quarter Beuloae ef tha reipeettee eoaatiee, all the reoogniianeee eaterod into before tbeB hy any pereoa or pereoae charged with tbe eomtaiuloa of may crime, except each eaeoe ae ay be coded before a J oil loo of tbe Peaee, aa der eiittiag lawe, at leaat tea dayi before tbe eomBeaeoBent ef the eeailoa of the Court ta which they are Bade reiaraablererpeetlely,aad la all eaeee where any reoogniianoea are catered lato leaa thaa tea dayi before tbeeaBBCBeaent of the eeealoa ta wbioh tbey are Bade returna ble, tbe eaid Justicee are to rotara the ease ia tbe ecBe aiaaaer ae If eaid aot bad aot b)ea 01 Via aader y bead at CUarfi.ld, tbii tk day af July, la the year of our Lord, CM Uoueaad eight hundred and ereuty-alua. julyeVta AUbfcKW P KM 7, jr., Sheriff. CAUTIOW-All pereeoi art hereby warned agaiaat purehaeing er in any way Boddllag with the following property, bow 1b the poeearetoa of Reubeej 11. Jordaa, ef Uatea fiowaahlp. Tin Twe hereei and harneei, I buggy and haratae, I two horea wagea, t ealrae, I cewe, t betferr, 4 hogi, i latereat ia a young Bare, lateroat la a fodder eattor, I latereet ia a sowing Baehiae, ' lateroat la a itump Baehiee, tetereat ia a threahlng Baehlne, latereet la a log eled. latereat la a fanning mill. Tbla property wee pureheeed by bc at Sheriff 'a aale ea the IfMh deyef Aogutt laet, and le toft with aatd Jordaa aa leaa aaly, ealijeet to By order at any time DAN1KL W. LABORDK. Roektoa, Pa., Sept 1, 1179 Jl- CAUTIm.--All pereoae are hereby waned again at addling ar la aay way iaurfer lag with tbe following perreatl property, bow la the peieeMioa af W. It. Pile, redding ia ttaedy towaihip, vlt i Three cloy pieka, I coal pieka, 1 crow bar, 1 atone haBBor, 1 eledro hem mar, I cook it ore and ateaiOa, I ai, and a etoek ef lime. The foregoing property oaa purebaeed by bm at CoBtUhle'a eele ea tbe day ef Aagaat. aad le allowed ta reataia ra noiaaetloa af eaid W. D. Pile aa loaa only, iubjoet to ay order at aay Use. PRKDKRICK RMILEY. Latbarabarg, Pa., topt. Id, Ifi7 It, TROPKRTY FOR lltNT. 1 U re, Joba B. R forty, af Peaa anreabbyf oaen ror real a aweiiing acuee aaa Mora . aad Mora Peaa Title, f vTt to, er ad. I'l'l rooB, ettaato ta Ue rillega ef real Per fart bar latefwetlaa apply to, i droM, aire, J. B. RAPFIRTT, art. IJ.TI tf. tiranpiaa Hilton. "' ll this oew veelere.