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Corner of Seeoadand Market Streets,.
THIS eld and eommodlow Hotel has. daring
the past year, been enlarged to doable 1U
forusr tipully for the eatertalnmenl of ttrsa
e-ers and tussle. The whole buildioc hu esse
rsfurnished, and fht proprietor will spare ao
pains to render hit gaeste comfortable while
Staying wltb his.
VTbo 'Mansion Hone" Omalboi runs to
end from th Depot tbo arrival ud departure
01 ihb train, w. v. VAnuun.
July lMMf Proprietor
- . r' -m
LLEGIIENY HOTEL. ,
Market Street, Clurdeld, Pi.
We. 8. Bradley, foraorl? proprietor of the
Lecaard Hoeae, baalae Icaaed Ibe Allegheny
Hotel, eoltelte e abare of publlo patrOBage, Tbe
Hoaae be. beeB thoroughly repaired end aewlj
farnlabed, and gaeate will Bad it e pleeaant etop
piag place. The Ublt will be uppliod wllb tbe
brat of oarylhlng la tbe market. At tba bar
will be found tbe beat wloei and liqnora. Oood
tehliog attached. WM. B. BRADLEY,
May 17, TS. Proprietor.
(Cor. of Market A Front street,)
Tbo undersigned boring Ukeo charge of tbli
Hotel, would respectfully solicit public patronage.
ISDIS, 19, A. fllw lun OH An
IJIEMPERANCE HOUSE, -
NEW WASHINGTON, PA.
II. D. HOSE, , . . Psoraiana.
Meela, &o. Mao and hone over Big lit, tl 00.
Men end two boraea orer Bight, $1.60.
The beet of eeeonaodatlooa for naa and beail
Oct. H,'7f -IT.
NBW WAHIIINUTON. PA.
Tbla bow end wall farniahed bouae baa been
tah.n by tbe underaigoed. He feele eoBUdoot el
being able to render acllafaetloa to tboae who may
ttror oim Wltb a eail.
Ma; I, 1071. 6. W. DAVIS, Prop'r.
Table alwaye aupplled witb the beat the market
aoorda. Tbe traveliag pabiio ia tattled to flail.
Jan.lTt. KOHKHT LOYD.
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIELD, PA.
ROOM In Maaonlo Building, one door Borth el
C. D. Wataon'a Drug Store.
Paaaag. Tioketa to and from Liverpool, Quoena
town, Olaagow, London, Paria and Copenhagen.
Alao, Drafta for aal. on tbe Rojal Bank of Ireland
and Imperial Bank of London.
JAMK8 T. LEONARD, Prea't.
W. M. SHAW, Caablar. Janl.'rt
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 31 South Third Street, Philadelphia
And Dealers in Government Securities
ApplieatloB be mall will receive prompt atteo
Hon, and all informatloa cheerfully furniahed
Oril.ra aolloted. April ll-tL
r. a. iRaoLD. a. w. aaaoi.li. J. B. abrolb
F. K.ARNOLD 4, CO.,
llnnkera and JSrokcra,
Reynoldevllle, Jeireraon Co.. Pa,
Money received ob deposit. Discounts at mo
derate rates. Eastern and Foreign Kiohangeel
wav on band and oolltotions promptly matte,
KevnoIHsville, Dee. U, 1874.-17
J L. R. JIEICHITOLD,
Graduate of tbe PDnTlranl Collero of Dmta)
Surgery. Offioo in ropidaneo of Dr. llilli,oppoilto
tbo Bftaw uouio. nebis, 'ifl-u.
(Office la Bank Boildiog,)
Curweuarllle, Clearfield Cot Pa.
nob 12 T-tt x
J. M. STEWART,
(Offioo la rcildoBM. Booood itroot)
Nitrooi Oildo Ou adniD.aterod for tbo pato
M aitraotiott of teeth.
Clearfteld, Pa., Msy 1, 17 My.
SnoEMAKINfl. I hereby Inform my pa
trons, aod so ana in d la general, that I bars
removed my ehoemaiing shop to tbo room to
tiraham's row, over 8. 1. Snyder's jowelry storo,
and that I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in my lino cheaper than any other shop in town.
All work warranted as good as oan bo done any.
where also. Positively this is tbo cheapest shop
In Clearfield. JOS. H. DEKRINU.
Deo. II, 1878 -If.
The nnderalgBcd hal en head, at hit abep tn
Two-horse Wagons, One-horse Wagons,
Sjriaff Wagons, and Baggies,
For ante. Weatara wegoni aa well aa thoee made
bare. Any of which will be aold cheap for eaab
er approved aeoarity. For further Inform atloa,
eall 1b paraon at my anon, oraddraaa me by letter.
1 IIOH A J KKILLY.
Cleerl.ld, Pa, April 13, l7l-tf.
The Bell's Bun Woolen Factory
Penn township, Cloarflold Co., Pa.
ThosahsriborihaTO,at great sipenso.rebutlta
nolgbborhood Booeaslty, In tbo oraatioa of a first
olass Woolen Manufactory, with all tbo modem
Improvements attached, and aro prepared to make
all kinds of Cloths, Oautmoros, Batinetts, Blan
kets, Flannels, Ao. Plenty of goods on band to
apply all ovrold and a thousand newouatoours.
tsoti wo msm w oomo aoo lanins oar siooa.
Tho baslnoM of
CARDI59 AND FULLING
will rooolTo oor especial atteation. Proper
arrangements will bo made to roceivo and deliver
Wool, to salt eustomors. All work warranted and
aoae upon tho shortest not loo, and by strict attoa
tloa to business we hope to realise liberal share
of public pauoujo.
10,000 POUNDS WOOL WANTED!
Wo will pay Ike highest asarket price lor Woo
and cell oar manufactured goods as low as similar
goods oaa be bought In tho county, and whenever
we fall to render reasonable satisfaction we oaa
always bo found at home ready to make proper
explanation, eiticr in perton or oy letter.
J A at EH J0MN8ON 60N8,
wrllMftf Nnwov P. n
Would respect fully notify the public generally
thai he has removed Hie Uroeery ntore from
Hbaw'e Row, to tbe building formerly occupies
by J. Miles EraUer, an Beoond street, next door
la Blgler! hardware a tore, where he iatends
keeping a mil line of
HAMS, DRIID BEf aad LARD.
8DOARB and SY RUPS, of all grade..
TEAS, Oreea aal Bleak.
COFFBI, Beuted and Oreea.
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
Ui klBde la tbe market.
PICKLIS, ta jara and barrela.
PIC8S,1b .eery form Bad variety.
ALL KINDS OP CRACKER.
Coal Oil aad Lamp Chimneys.
Aad B ffeed aaaortmoat ef theee thlnte anallr
kept la a groaary atere, whleh he UI elekaaga
lor auraeuag at aae aaaraea pneea.
Win awl aVr oaek aa abeeply u aay alber aae.
Pleoee eall Bad Bee kil Meek Bad jadfe let
Otaaraeld, Jan. I, lift.
Shingle Bolls & Saw Logs.
CorwoaarUle, Job. , t If.
GEO. WEAVER & CO"
Hon opened op, la tbo store room lately occupied
by Weaver A belts, on Seoond street, a largo ood
wtu MIMtOO tool or
Dry - Goods, Groceries,
BOOTS AND SUOKS,
qi'KEMSWABK, WOOD A WILLOW WARE,
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, 4c.
Which tbe will dlapoee of at reaabnable ratea
for each, or eaobaage lor eouatry produce.
GEOROB WEAVER A CO.
Clearfield. Pa., Jan. , IS7S-I.
State Normal Kcliool
(Eighth JS'ormal School Di$trict.)
Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa.
A. y. RAUB, A. M.t Principal
Tbli School at at proxent eonitltututl, offon the
very boet facilities for Profeaiiunal and Claiiaal
Uuildtogi upauioui. laritlng and eommodloui
eooplctely beaud by team, well rebtltated, and
furoii-bed witb a bountiful lupply of pure voter,
wit iprtpg water.
Location healthful and eauy of aceeat.
SurrouDdiDc teenerr nnsorpaited.
Teaeheri oiperienoed. offlcloot, and aliro to
Discipline, firm but kind, uniform a&d thorough.
Ffty cents a week deduction to tbono preparing
StadeaU admitted anr time.
Co u net of study preionbed by tbo Btatej I
Model Hobooi. n. freparatory. 111. Klmen
tary. IV. firleotiDo.
IDJCaCT COUR9I t
I. Aoademlo. It. Commereial. lit. Music.
Tbo Elementary and Helenttfle oourea are Pro
fessional, and students graduating therein rfaolro
State Diploma, conferring the following corres
ponding degrees : master ot to sciences, uraa
uatee in tbe other oourset rooelro Normal Certifi
oatos of tbelr attainments, signod by tbo Faculty,
Tbo Profeiflnal eoortea aro liberal, and are
in thoroughness not inferior to tboio of our boat
Tbo 8 1 rite require! a higher order of eitiien
ship. Tbo timet demand it. It Is eno of the
prime object of ibis school to help to secure it by
furnishing intelligent and efficieut teachers for
bor schools. To this sod it oolicita young per
sons of good abilities and good purposes those
who desire to improf o their time ami tbsir tal
ents, aa students. To ail such it promises aid in
developing their powers and abundant opportu
nities lor well paid labor alter let ring scnowl.
i'or catalogue and terms address tbo Ptincipal
DOAHD OF TKI'STEKSt
STOCK RUI.D KM1 TltflTKES.
J. II. BartoB, M. I) .. A. 11 . Best. Jacob lirowo,
S. M. Biekford, Samuel Christ, A. N. Kaub, K.
Cook, T. C. Hippie, Esq.. B. P. MflOormick. Eicj.
w. n. nan am, juiixi a. nwuu.
lion. A. 0. Curtlo, Hoo. II. L. Dlrffenbieh,
Geo. Jssm Merrill, Hoe. Wo. Biglor. J. C. C
H baler, 8. Millar HoUonnick, Ksq.
Presideat Board of Trustees
8. MILLAR MeCORMICR. Becroury.
TIluMAS TAKDLEY, Trossaror.
Look IUtob. Feb.(7-lyio.
W. al. IIOFFIt,
ROOM NO. THREB OPERA HOimE
BOOTS AND SHOE8,
t arpetH, Oil C lotlis,
LEATHER, FISH, Etc,
Which will be aelo atwboltaale er retail.
WILL 1AKK COUNTRY PRODUCE
IN EXCIUNCiK fOll tiOI
AT MARKET PHICBH.
Clrarfleld, Pa., BVpt. IM. larra-ir.
JOHN F. KRAMER,
Rsaaa Ne. 4, Pta. Opera llene.
E Mp a eoa tan try ea band
Oaaae. xA Dried fruit Tobaeea, Clgara, Caa
lie., Ofda. Tlnefar, Belter, Sgga, Ae.
ALSO, EXTRA HOMI.MADI
Wheat and Buckwheat Flour,
Corn Meal, Chop, Feed, &o.,
At of vklek wll to sold ekeap fur ak er la
leaaai. for ao entry areduee.
JOHN f. K RAKER.
Otaarteld, Nor. II, lir.-af.
Pull Your Ntuuiiin!
FOR SALE II V TUB
July intla. 1870 tf.
TIN & S H EET-IRON WARE.
CANDIS MERRELL !
Uu opened, In n building on Market street, on
tbe old Western Hotel lot, opposite tbe Court
lie use In Clearfteld, a Tin and beet-Iron Nana
factory and 8 tors, where will be found at all times
a full lias or
house FrainsimTa goods,
Stovos, Hardwaro. Etc
House Bpouting and all kinds of job work, repair
tag, Ac, done on short notice and at reasonable
rates. Also, agent for tbe
Singer Sewing Machine.
A supply of Machines, with Needles. Ac. al
ways on hand.
Terms, strictly cash or country produee. A
share of patronage solicited.
U. D. UBKItlaLL,
Clearfleld, April 25, 1 877-1 1
Wholesale & Eetail Dealer in
THE LARGEST and REST SRLBCTED STOCK
IN TUB COUNT!.
THUS and BUCKETS.
County Agent for
I.O II 1 1. L.I It It' 8 TOBACCOS,
Theae gooda bought for CASH In large lota.
and aold at almoat city prlrea.
jamks u. LI ILK,
CloarAeld, Pa., June 12, 1878-ly.
I 1 I
are just opening a large and carefully selected
stock in their line, embracing
Kid, Cloth and Calf, lu erery alyle.
Rough and Smooth.
LADIES' 8 UPPERS,
lllgb and Lew.
Buttoned, Baekled ead Laeed, Pleia
Fine and Coarse.
GENTLEMENS' OAITER9, SHOES, BRO
QANS, PLOW SHOES, SLIPPERS,
Cloth or Leather.
HATS, HATS, HATS,
Tber sk special attention to their assnrtraent
or n.i n tmbraeiug tbe LATtssT bi vles
tor Hammer wear.
Gents Furnishing Goods.
will be found an assortment of
aeldoBl equalled either 1b etyla, Uate, aerrlee
Alter any of wblek will be aold at aatoBlihingly
lew aguret, at ROOM
NO. I, PI 1 78 OPERA IIOIIOE.
01 eerlelj. Pa.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used la the principal Churches for Communion
Excsllcmt for Laiioa ancfWoakly
n a A a "
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE f
FOVR YEAR OLO.
This Colchratosl Native Wine Is made from the
Jute of tho Oporto drape, raised In I his
Ccnaty. Ita Inveleabte
Tonio and Strengthening Proportloa
are annrpassod by any ether Native Wine, Be
ing the pare )etee of the Urape. prod need under
Mr. Bpeer's own personal sapervislon. Its purity
and genuineness are guaranteed. Tba youngoet
chile may partake ef ite generous quantise, and
tho weakest iavalid nee It to advantage. It is
particularly beneficial to tbe aged and deblltta
toJ, and suited to tbe various ailments that af
fect the weaker cel. It is in every respect A
WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
P. J. SHERRY.
Tbe P. J. SHERRY Is a Wine of Superior
Character, and partakes of the golden qualities
of the grape from which It Is mads. For Parity,
Rlcaaess, flavor and Medlciaet Proportloa, It
will be feand aneioelled.
P. J. BRANDY.
Tbla BRANDT aUndaenrireUd la lilaaowntry,
being tar eperier for naedloal purpoeaa.
IT IS A PURI diatlllallea freea thegrepoaad
eeBtaial ealuabie aiedioal proparllee.
It baa a delleeae tetw, alailar to that ef Ike
J rape, froaa wbloh It la dlaiillrd, Bad if la great
afar eaaeag Bret..kaf faanilieo.
Nee that the (igaatare ef ALPRID SPRRR,
Paaeale N . J , ia orer the eerk of eaek kettle,
SOLD ST 8. VT. OUATTAIff
duly , lITI.ly.
AIlKOdAllOX OF STATUS.
It la not ofton thut one fin Jm a frank
udmiiwion of the u'm of the Rvimlili-
cn Icailunt. Tuny uru aocutomed lo
dinruiriu their uurpOMe. und aoconipliith
their olijecU by indirection. Hut, n
uble and eurnunt oxpntiini oi numcm
ihiii in tbo .North went, In on biiiiohi
benoinvnul upirit of lrunknuaa, thun
ndit'uU'B tho object lowurd wliit h tho
iurly has been working urur biiioo ll
uttuined power in tbia country :
"Uongicas can tlnu tno power under
Iho Constitution to muku luwa under
which United Stules uulhoriliea can
arreot and puniah these asaaiwina ol
the South, und compel order in Miiwi
gippi. It might require a conaiderublu
atietch of .National authority, but tho
time has come to stretch that power to
its utmost limit.
Ho fur as the Post is concerned, it
not only doaircg but uriros tho punish
ment of crimen in all Stales and sec
tions, and the preservation ot order in
every locality. Ho journal baa urired
this policy more persistently than wo
have. Hut there is not an intelligent
man in tbe United Males who will
orclond to find in tbo Constitution any
warrant for interference by Congress
in tbe criminal atittira ol a Malo. 11
the goneral (iovernment may manage
tbe criminal concerns of a Statu, it
may, witb equal propriety, attend to a
Stute's civil n (fairs, and thus ulirogute
utterly all semblance ot local Govern
ment. This proposition is so entirely
soil-evident that it would bo folly to
We fiavo, then, a square declaration
of a Radical orgun in luvor of tbe abro
gation of Slate Government, for tho
utterance abovo quoted amounts to
that, and nothing else. If tho central
authority can inlorfero with tho do
mestio alluirs of .Mississippi, it can do
tho same in llussuchusolls. As to (bo
"stretching of Nulionul authority,"
there has boon quite enough of it, and
tho peoplo will toleruto no more. In
stead of further "stretching," tboro will
bo" a relaxation of tho already too
great tension, and a return to normal
conditions to the safe lino of consti
We suppose tboro is scarcely a Slate
in the Union in which notorious urim-
nnls do not walk tbo slreots with im
punity, and no ono thinks of bringing
them to punishment. Tboro are cor
rupt judges, there are bribed prosecu
tors, there aro cowardly grand juries,
tbero aro packed petit juries, and tboro
are many other means by which the
worst ol criminnls escape tno prison or
tho Bcaffold. lbeeo things, exist in
many ot tho States north of Mason and
Uixion's lino, and tho press ot those
States will not undertake to deny tbeir
existence. They are deplored by all
who love order and justice, yet they
are facts all tho same. Hut it it were
proposed for Congress to enact a law
authorizing United Stales Marshals to
arrest those unpunished offenders
against Stuto laws and brine lu
triul, there would be a most empbulic
protest against such modtlling with
local concerns, and tbo protest would
bo right, for the Constitution leaves
the treatment ot ollenuors aguinst Slate
laws to tbo authorities ol tho Slates.
It is not dilllcult to account for those
disturbances ot social order thut have
occurred in somo portions ot the South
Thoy aro Icgilimato fruits of Jiepubli
can Legislation. The intelligence and
manhood of the South, by general dis
franchisement, were subordinate to tho
ignorance and brutality of that section,
supplemented by a good deul of cun
ning and cupidity ol thoNoilh. Tho
wonder is, not that there has been so
much disturbance under SLcb conil
lions, and during tho slow return to
the natural order of things, but that
there has been so general a prevalence
ot tranquility. Southern society was
overturned, the bottom was put on top,
tbo people wore robbed and outraged
Is it straniro that, in tbe process of
yetting back to tbo natural domina
tion ol basis, character, wealth and
social influence, thrro have been occa
sional disturbances and somo unpunish
od crimes? Under tho same circum
stances, no peoplo on earth would bavo
borne themselves bettor, and the Sou tn
crn people to-day, as a rule, aro as
well governed and orderly as tno peo
plo of tho North. Thoy will take care
of their own matters, and tbero will be
no further "stretching" of the Cunsli
tut ion In order to meddle witb them.
THE It ADS FOR "JEFF."
Tbo editor of tho Washington Pest
tortures the Kauicals in this way :
"Tho Republican party of Ibe North
may as well bo given to understand at
onoo that tho decision of tho question
as to whether Jefferson Davis shall
again take his scat in the United
States Senate, is pretty much in their
own hands. Al tno present writing
Mr. Davis is not a oilizon ot this grrnt
Republic. In older to satislactorily
remove his political disabilities, several
Radical votes are needed in both
Houses of Congress, In addition to the
solid Democratic vote, even in the
highly improbablo event thut that
could be obtained, to make tho neces
sary two-thirds majority, as is also tho
assent ot the Kepublican at facto Pros
idonL, Now the Domocrnlio party
doos not want Mr. Davis in the Senate,
nor do tho people ot Mississippi, in
which State he lives, and as far as both
are concerned no immediato effort is
likely to be made to placo him there
Still, if tho solid Republican party ol
the country should demand that Mr.
1'avis ho accorded a tinal 'vindication
of the character mentioned, wo do not
seo bow wo could well refuse to co-op
erale in order to grainy them, if tor
no other pnrnose than todisposo satis
factorily of a long-slanding 'issue.' Tho
Itepuulican brethren have the floor on
this absorbing question.
If anybody had bean meah eoitn.rn.d lett the
DauphlB county grand Jury ahnuld Ignore the la
dleim.nt la the riot bill preneutlona, It la hop.d
that hla eono.ro baa be,B fully raliefed. Inttead
of Ignoring, the grand Jury retorn.d ererything
true bill thai wea euagealed to Ibeaa. All tbe
Diatrlot Attorney bad to do weotomeBtlnn a Bam.
and an 1idtelat.Bt cane baea al oner, lngtb.r
with tbe requeat that be alae ladiot M.aara. Woir,
pnori and Bilf.rinoroe, wbobi ne aa. probably
orerlooked Writ 6'arar.r fMeret.
From this wo infer that tba guilt
was vry apparent to tho jury. Now,
why did not the Hon. Samuel Butler
see things in the same light, when ho
voted Against the expulsion ol some of
these men r As Mr. butler is the Kad
ical candidato for Stale Tmasuror, wo
have the right to inquire who blunder.
ed the Dauphin oounty jury, or the
Mr. llullor, momhorol the Legislature?
The latter, no doubt, bad more nroot
belore him than the jury bad, and vol
he voted "not guilty." We hope Mr.
II. 's organ will give the publio some
ngut on mil uarK quostion.
That Color Lini The Cincinnati
Enquirer says that Joseph II. Jtainoy,
the colored man who served nine years
in Congress Irom South Carolina, has
boon appointed Special Agent of the
J reasury Department by Secretary
Sherman, Now that John Sherman
is a candidate for President, it bas oo
enrrod to him thill lbs colored man
ought to ba recognised. Joe was a
rampant Grant man three werka ago ;
but we will bet ho is for John S. now I
Statesmanship We notice that
John Sherman baa patched it op with
Colonel John U. Rrownlow, whom be
removed Irom a revenue oflloe id Ion
essee tba other day, by making him
clork in the Treasury Department.
WATTEliSOX Oy COX KL 1X0.
ANll ON Till ALLOTMENT OP CRIMK.
Ilrnry'a ulojk I.laud Laltar
1 beiieve her (Mi's. Spruguo) to be a
vain, and lo have always beun a daring
and imprudent woman, not a wanton,
und I must say that tho provocation
slio has hud Irom her husband, and
the course which Mr. Conkling has
pursued, together witb tho wretched
plight which 1 know her now to be in,
till mo with sympathy 1 never ex
pected to feel tor her. Sbo ia the
daughter ot one cf l) ifrrntoot ;nei.
this country every produced, a woman
in distress, uburud and brow beateu by
her hut-band, betrayed nnd deserted
by her lover, and tbnt is enough for
Why, do you know that I uin crcdi
bly informed thut Mr. Conkling was
assured by the New York papers thut
if ho would aiilhoriie a denial of the
wbolo thing, on his honor as a man
and A Senator, Lhcy would not only
suppress tho details, but unito In an
indorsement, and, if needed, a defense,
and that Mr. Conkling rolused. God
of the universe, I where are tho Bibles,
where are tho stucksof Bibles, so high
that tho meanest wretch would not
mount them, as upon an altar, and
light tho pile with his own bands, and,
amid the Humes beneath, swear to Hie
honor ot tho woman who hud trusted
him, and who stood compromised by
bis act, until his senses kit him r
Mr. Conkling, with characteristic
avoidunco ot contamination to bis gen
lleinanbood, baa fled tbo field lie
declines to appear in his own person
He flrst invent, a must absurd state
meut to the press. 11 o next prepares,
not lor himself, but for Mrs. Spruguo
lo sign, uu inconsistent, Illogical slule
nienl to the public. In Hie lirst per
son singular ho has never a word to
uttor. Ji does not suy, ' l let my
character go do whut jou will with
it hut tbo woman is innocent. Ho
does not huvo even ibe self possession
or mo courage to muke a diversion
upon Spruguo and to say to him, "Sir,
you are a scoundrel who have attacked
your own wile through mo, and 1 will
hold you responsible. He does noth
inir ol mo sort. Jim greatness ro
strums hi in. Ho II ics buck to Ulica,
lo tbo wilo he bus deserted, to the
daughter he tries to humiliate, and,
cowering behind theso good women,
ho asks tbo country to belie to him
guiltless, while it, in company with
Sprugue, punishes tho daughter of the
great Chief Justice.
1 wish 1 may bo harpooned and I
am suro I don't wishlo bu burpooned
it ever I heard of anything like it in
my terusul ol wicked history from
Claudius down to Henry Ward lieocher.
1 can hnd nothing at all ukm to ilany
whero, not oven in "plantation mun
nors." Vet it is common to have it
said that justly deserved cemuro of
this man Ibis would be. representa
tive ol tho munhonil, the manners and
tho morula of tbo North springs
either from rebel mnlico, or personal
pique. It is common to see newspapers
which discourse nimbly ot tho "pecu
liar civilization" of tbe South extol the
system in which, and in which only,
such nllairs as this are possible, totally
oblivious in their puriisun zeul and
blinded by imaginary scenes of carnage
a thousand miles awuy of tho domes
tic tragedies lhcy duily Biiimble over ;
tbu elopemnts, seductions, suicides ;
tho enihczxlcinents, torgeries and
breaches of trust, to suy nothing ot
tho common quunium ot routine crime,
such as murderuiiil burglary. Strange
it is thai this is so, and thut tho men
who preach e onesided a gonpcl
should talk about disloj ulty and nation
alism as though tbey monopolized
There is an allotment of crime
everywhere, and ono community ia not
much worse or better at bottom than
another. In tbo domain of exceptional
or peculiar crime, it may be said that
at tbe North tho idea ol personal safety
predominates ; in the South it doesn't;
in tho North the woman's honor, tho
sanctity of the home, is subordinated
to social order, and the courts are left
to settlo it ; in tho South tbo woman
and the household come first, and ho
who violates tbe sacredness ot either
is remanded to tho swill evolutions ot
tho shotgun policy. In conscquonce,
there are fewer scandals in the one
section than in the other. At the
North the genteel rasculs find a vent
for their natures in practices in which
tho luw only can reach ; at the South
they tuko lo pursuits which are not so
dangerous as fooling with oilier peo
pie's wives and daughters. That is all
tbero is in it. Rut in the Norlb, as in
the South, the vast majority ol the
peoplo aro honest and orderly, and
there are many homes in Yankeeland as
in Dixieland whose satoty is not do
tonded by tho courts or the shotgun,
out by the virtues ol tbo good men
and woinun who dwell therein.
BVLL Vozixu ix Massachu
setts. Tho testimony tuken by the Wallace
cnmmitteo at ISoston discloses the lad
ihat in tho Stato of Massachusetts the
Republican owners and superintend
en is oi mo manuiacioriea resorted to a
systematic intimidation of their opera
tives at the last election. Tho Boston
Globe publishes tbo testimony and
comments thereon as follows:
Tho Muncluing affair is a clear case
of intimidation of tho meanest and
most dangerous tort. Tho evidence
shows conclusively that a Powerful
manufacturing corporation sought to
control directly tho votes of its wage
people by threatening them with loss
oi worn, ny relusing them tho use o
tho town hull, by discharging from ils
omploy men who votod against its
wishes, by Booking to drivo such men
from tho town, by forcing its employes
to vote under ils own eyes, by supply
ing vhom with Republican, ballot. ber
iug private marks and placed in seal
ed envelopes, by forcibly taking Rut
ler ballots Irom the hands of lis cm-
ployos, and by open threats and bri
i ,i i . ...
in wuciscn mo evidence shows a
case r.f nttomplod intimidation which
was open and barefueud, and was fol
lowod by the punishmont threatened
the moment it beesmo known that tbo
colored employe had not voted in ac
cordanco Willi the command of bis em.
ployer. In Gardner the evidenco shows
lhal an agent was operating in thut
town with plenty ol money, who open
ly sought to buy votes, and asserted
that bis money came from A national
In tho Plymouth case tho evidence
shows an aclual occurrence, which la
simply A disgruco to tho Stato of Mas
snchusells. It Is proven by tho record
of tbo court itself that a superior court
n the State of Maasachuset' natural
ized a native born citizen as a condition
preccdont to voting, and that tbe au
thorities of that town insisted upon
such naturalization before thoy would
permit A native-born citizon of Massa
chusetts to cast A rote for General
Butler. There is no possibility of dis
proving this foot, It must stand as a
iact, and shows a degree of Ignorance,
or both, for which no exouse can be
offered, and which, if generally prac
ticed, would ntterly destroy the free
dom of tbe ballot yrfrritSHrii Patriot.
A Tuitvma Tiumviat. And
still they are unhappy I The New
York Star, In alluding to this vile band,
remarks: "Anderson, Wolls and Kon
noy, the triumvirate ot Returning
Board thieves, have not less than fifty
relations and friends in the Now Or-1
leans Custom House. 'This is A wick
ed, wickod world, sadly remarks thiS
President, as ba closes the Hayes lany
ilv Bible and Invitaa the dearlr helnv.
ed to join him In prayer."
THE X AIL CL1XC1IED.
The Washington Tost puts it in this
plain way :
"No amount of invective could in
tensify the sbamo and disguat which
every honorablo mind (cols when con
templating the as facto President of
tho United States, In paying $1,000 of
hush-money to close the mouth or ono
of tbe thieves who stolo for him the
vote of Louisiana. This is one of Ihrmo
scenes that are moat effective in Iboir
naked simplicity. It will live forever
in tho memory of mankind, and be ex
ecrated by tho good men ol all coming
''Hitherto the friends and apologists
ot Mr. Hayes stoutly contended that
ho was in no way implicated In tho
crimes to which hootvon his incumbency
nf tho Presidential nfllce, When he
appointed ono after another of tho big
and little title thieves to places undor
the Government, until scores of them
wore thus quartered on the pnblio ex
chequer, and whon it was shown that
many of these appointees wore disrop
ulablo fellows, having no honest claims
on any party, tho friends of Mr. Hayes
still said that he was guiltless of any
wrong; that thoso appointments had
beon secured by political influence tn
tbo customary way.
"Whon tho doors of the Executive
Mansion, and of Mr. llayos' private
consulting room, swung on pliant
hinges to admit a more disreputable
crowd than had gained admission there,
even in tho palmiest days of tho "ora
of good stouling;'' when theso creutnrcs,
unknown to tho public for any other
cause thun their direct connection with
tho Presidential steal, were found to
have the choice of available positions
in the public service; when Mr. Hayes
abandoned all his solemn pledges not
to remove honest and Inilhtul otncials,
and swung the docapitating axe right
and left for no other purposo than to
tuako vacancies wherein to quarter
theso thieves and scoundrels on the pub
lic, still bis partisans shut their eyes to
the damning facts, rejected the inevita
ble conclusions of reason and common
sense, and declared that Mr. Hayes
was innocent, and that tboro had been
nothing unusual in tho distrihu'.ion of
"Rut this claim of innocence can bo
made no longer. In tho light of cx
isling facts no man who does not ex
pect to be laughed at and despised as
a loot or a liar, will say tbat 1(. c.
Hayes is not lull y and unquestionably
implicated in tbo great crime which set
up his Administration outside ot tbo
Constitution, and in violation of tho
laws mado in pursuance thereof. The
payment by Mr. Hayes of this $1,000
of hush-money did not entirely close
tbo mouth of Cusanavo, but it will for
ever silence the claim of his friends
that ho is innocent ot guilty knowledge
of the theft."
The Citucim.E Tho actions of men
olien speuk loudortbun words. Acaso
in point is ono of several years stand
ir.g, and tho editor of tho Sclinsgrovo
iunrs inquires in this way :
"Why is it that whenever any ol tho
Louisiana Returning Hoarders get into
trouble they rush lo ashinglon to see
lluyes and Bliernmn r VI hat particular
interest have these men in Hayes and
Sherman ? or what particular interest
huvo Huyes and Sherman in these Re
turning Hoarders? Ibis mutual de
pendence between these purlics speaks
louder than words. It tells the
tale. It tells plainer than language
that theso Returning Boarders made a
fraudulent return of the electoral vole
of Louisiana in 187(1, and it tells
equally plain that Huyes knows ell
about, tho theft and recognizes the
thieves and pays them bush money.
No other men in the whole country
could go to Washington nnd demand
money Irom theso otllciala and get it.
They claim this money for services
rendered, and Hayes and Sherman
pay it lo koep the rascals quiet.
lis Conpessis. Casanave, tho negro
member of the Louisiana Returning
Hoard, which gave that State to Hayes,
in 1878. although the Tildon electors
had 8,000 majority, bas not been re
warded with A high-priced ofilco by
Hayes, Sherman k Co., and bo now
turns up in Washington and demands
A pile of rash. It leaked out tbat
U ayes' boy paid him 11,000, and Shor
man, Mrs. Jenks, and others, several
thousand more. This did not satisfy
the colorod gentleman. He demanded
still more, and finally when Shorman,
Jenks and Co. refused to come down
he blowed on thorn. Hayes at first
donied that ho gave Casanave a dol
lar. But the Washington Post ol Fri
day, says: "Mr. Hayes now admits
that he personally contributed 1500 to
the Casanave hush fund, but no more.
Wo do not care to quibble about figures.
The fact that tho bogus President dis
bursed one solitary dollar for such an.
object is proof sufficient ot bis guilty
knowledge ot tho doods which went
A Clincher. Tho Washington i'ojf,
pertinently remarks: W bile Mr. Charles
roster, the luidical candidate lor Gov
ernor, is going through Ohio anathe
matizing "rebel brigadiers," it might
bo well for him to sit down in a back
room occasionally, and reflect on the
time whon bo met a number of "rebel
brigadiers" at Worm ley's Hotol, in this
city, and entered into certain arrange
ments with them relalivo to tbe mus
tering in of Mr. Hayes, and tbe mov
ing out of Packard and Chamberlain.
This is only a suggestion.
It's A Mistake. It ia fashionable
among statesmen of lofty aspirations
lo consider the offlce of Vice President
ol tho United Slates as beneath thorn
solves a sort of tail to the Presiden
tial kite. The Boston Herald reminds
all such that the position has been fill
est by no leaa eminent men than John
Adums, Thomas Jefferson, Geo. Clin
ton, Elbridge Gerry, Daniel D. Tomp.
kins, John C. Calhoun and Marlin Van
Duron, statesmen whose tamo is un
Siiotoum Force. The editor of one
ot Conkling's organs gives tho follow,
ing as tho Senator's excuse for his ah
nipt dcpnriuro from Rhode Island re
I heard a Toloe yon could Bet bear,
Which aald I matt not alay,
I ne a gun you could act ace,
Which beckoaad m. away.
Rat allll'I might ha.e longer atald,
Or act ae barely rea,
Had I kaowa ealy rpragaa waa aeeked,
And aol bia horrid gua.
Genial Sodls. An exchange says:
Gen. Moshy writes Irom Hong Kong,
China, that Grant will run and will be
elected, and this opinion, ho says,
is based upon A 'good old talk witb
tho ox President. How lovely theso
two chiefs enjoy each other. "Jack"
had betlor look out and not take on
too much Grant, or John Sherman and
Mrs. Pinkston will go a gunning for
A Sad Afpair. The bouso of Na
thaniel Davies, In Palmyra township,
Pike county, Pa., waa burned Wednes
day evening a week while Mr. And Mrs.
Daviea wereabsent At a prayer meeting.
Mr. Davies' mother, 85 years of age,
attempted to save the youngest child,
but caught her foot between two tim
bora, and she and the child wore burn
ed to death.
, Becomino Usepol. We notice that
tie elder Cameron' widow, Mrs. Mary
A. Oliver, sometimes playfully called
"lbs widow," And again, with 'mere re
spect, tor mod "The Oliver," prrrposos
to give A lecture al the jersey i-ity
Opera House, on "The Working
Classes," the proceeds to go to the
yellow foyer sufferers In Memphis.
ARNOLD HAS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles,
SnAVED AND BAWKD.
Carwea.ville, Jaa. , 'IS tf.
New Murble Yard.
I'otlM tor Cemetery lAtlt.
k NKW MAKUI.I YARD Call at 1. FLA
MARTY'S Marble Worka. Choice work and low
prioaa. Directly opposite tbe Lutbrraa Church,
Third alrrat. Ula.rll.ld, 1'a., Mrab IT, lain tf
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET 8TRRET, NIAR P. 0.
f be underalgoad bega leero to Inform the eltt
aena of Clearfleld, and the publie generally, thai
he baa ob band a flne aaaortment of Puralture
euob aa Walaul, Channel and tainted Chamber
Suitea, Parlor Suitea, Reclining and Biunaior.
Chain, Ladiea and Oenla' Keay Cbalra, tbe Per
forated Dining and Parlor Cbalra, Cane Seal, end
Wlndaor cnaira, eiotnea vara, step anu eaten
alon Laddere, Hat Raeka, Scrubbing Rruabea, A.
MOULtUNO AND PICTURE FRAMKS.
ooking (Jlaaaea, Chromoa, Ac, wbloh would
a limbic for Holiday preacnU.
dmlfl'TI JOHN TROI1TMAK.
-pERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
11 ANU UN U VASES,
Stove Lining and Fire Brick,
kept conataBtlyoa band.
STOVE AM) EARTHED - WARE
OF KVERY DESCRIPTION I
Pleher't Patent Airtight Self
BUTTER CROCKS, with lldl.
CREAM CROCKS, MILK CROCKS,
APPLE - BUTTKR CROCKS,
FLOWER POTS, FIE DIHHKS,
And a greet many other tblnga too aameroaf to
mention, to be bad at
STONE - WARE POTTERY.
Corner ol Cherry and Third Street.,
James Lib Lseavy,
If trine pnrehssed the entire stock of Frrd.
Ssfkelt, hereby lires notice tbst be has morec
loto the room lately oooanied br Rood lUtfertr
oo Second siret, where be Is prepsred to offrr U
nt:. iTi.ru .f.7
of tbe Is test Improved patterns, at low prices.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Gas Fixtures and Tinware.
Roofing, Bp out in. Plumbing, Oas Fitting, and
RepftlriBg Pumps a special'. All
Anything In mj line will be ordered tpeolal U
dCSiretl. l An, 1. Lab a v i,
FRRD. BACK LTT,
Olearaed. Pa., Jsnusry 1, A7-tf.
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases ol tbe Throat and Um
AY F! R-S nary organs aro ao prov-
" rr .I.... futaal lhal m
aale and rrliabl) rt-iuwiy
lor tho in ia invaluable
to every community.
A tee's Ciikumv rao
' tohal ia such a remedy,
anu no other so mi
nently nwrita the oonfl
di'nce of the public. It
is a cinntlflc combini
tlon ol the medicinal
principles and curative
t.-trtuM of the ftaeet
imr urufttta CHJ(UtC4Aiiy uuiv
LVVed. to liw.ro tlw great.
lt rt poMslUlc) etliciency
anil unuornwj oi r
mil to. winch croaDiea
hrstrlaiw aa well aa invalids to uaa it with
contMeuce. It la the moat reliable remedr
for (lisenoea of the throat and tange tbat erj
enre hoe nroduefd. It atrikea at Ilia foun
dation of all pulmonary dieeaaoa, affording
prompt and certain rolief, and ia adapt:! to
pat lent a of any age or either aex. Being
very palatable, the youngest children take
It without difficulty. In the treatment of
on llnarv Cugha, Colds, 8r Throat,
Itronrfiltls, liifliienu, Clergyman's
Horn Thi-out, Ac lb ran. Croup, nnd Ca
tarrh, the effects of Aver CiiaiutY jVeo
TtutAL are magical, and multitudes are an
mia.lv preserved from serions illness by ita
tiinelv and faithful uw. It should ha 1
at bund in every houeehold, for the) pro
tection It nffiirda In euddi-n attacks. In
Whooping-cough and Consumption
there is no othnr miuody ao etnencwus,
.toothing, ana aeipiui.
The nmrvellmu cures which Ater
I'm k kh v Pectoral hu effected, all orer tho
world are a aufttoient guaranty that it will
continue to prodixw the bout results. An
Impartial trial will convince the most eoepti
cjU of lu wonderful curative powers, an well
at of lu superiority over all other prepara
tions lor pulmonary complaints.
Kmitient phfairlans In nil porta of
country, knowing lu compuaition, reconv
iiMiinl Avail's Ciiknnv ParroRALto Invaltda.
anl privirrilie It in their practice. The teat
of half a century haa proved lu ahaoluU
certainty to cure all pulmonary complaints
unt already beyond the reach ot bumun aw.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co
Practical and Analytical Chemist.
aokn mv alu nmtMtora avanvwnaaa.
Wheeler & Wilson
Family Sowing U&ohlat
. jteiv i.rrejrrio.Y.
Straight Needle, Silent) Easy Running.
At the Paris Exposition, 1878,
Wheeler k Wilson received tho only
urana rrise awaraoa ior sewing
Machines. Orer 80 com
petitors. Report of the American institutt of Xew
lorn on me IV heeler A n'dson Machint :
" We do not hesitate to deolare It
Till BAST RSWINO ArPASATCS IS) Till
The Ve. I aa. Mo. 1 Meaafeetarlag Merblaea
era especittly n
seeded far SHOXMAKIHS'
WHEELEE 4 WILSON MT'O 00.,
1338 Oheitnnt St., Philadelphia,
April I, IITMa.
bo 1 1'-." ft
0nr (Dtrn fiwUft-mrnt.
Pabllahed oyer? Wedneeday by
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Has tbe l.arg-cat Circulation ef auy paper
la Mortuwotcra P.uaaylvanla.
The large and constantly increasing
circulation of the Republican,
reodersitvaluable tobusinoss -men
as A medium thro'
which to reach the
Tckms or Subscription
If paid Id advanoe, , ,
If paid aflor three months,
f paid after six months,
When papors are sent outside of tbe
county payment must be In advance.
Ten lines, or less, 8 times, . tl SO
Each subsequent insertion, SO
Administrator' Notices, . 2 60
Executors' Notices, .... 2 60
Auditors' Notices, .... 2 SO
Cautions and Estrayi. . . . 1 60
Dissolution Notioes, . . . 2 SO
Professional Cards, 5 lines, year, 6 00
Special notices, per line, ... 20
YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS :
One square, 10 lines, . . . IS 00
Two squures 15 00
Three squares, 20 00
One fourth column, .... 60 00
One hall column 70 0C
One column, .... . 120 01
I! LAN KM.
We have always on hand a large stocs
of blanks ol all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
4c, 4c , 4c J
We are prepared to do all kinds ol
IN TnE BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Geo. II, Goodlander,
CASH or TRADE.
Cerweejrllle, Fa., Jaa. , "71 If.
MONEY Til I.O.c, ,.r,B ,
pro.eil Cm properly, br lee Muiu.l Llt
tn.uraaoe Cuoupeay i,f New Yurk, ca Int Bbrt
gage, ia auma Ircn tl.SOO ap. For fankw .'.
foriuativB apply to th. aniteraif ned.
UI K.V1HAL W.8MITIL
CIcait.lA Pa., Mb; Tib, I87.tf.
A Ba nk that Never Breaks.
Try My Coal.
The BndenlgBcd adupta tbla Bribed at l.rn..
log tbe oun.rwuB e-auBeie, Ibal bia eel h...
ia act a Wiatcr arrangmeD! cal. bat tk.t u
will be operated lo Ibe Summer at well aa Wia.
ter. 1 elaiaa that 1 hare tbe
Best Coal in the Market,
will aell It tor eeab, or la eicbetig. for guvr
, grooeriee, etc. Large eoalraole Bill be
le et a eetl arnall proSt. For fall perticalera
"i uraaeei a
upper ho. re., or addrcaa ma throngfa tba Boat.
nfllM. rr.lar. I.ft .. ik. uri.t. .11, , .
pt attentlca. TH'IS. A. DUCKK IT
arDeld, Pa., Jaa. a, 1 STU-tf.
GILICII, McCORKLE it I'O.'S
Market Street, Clearfleld, Pa.
Wat aaalufulaM .11 hta.J. f 17 .
Ohsnber. Din ing Kooms, Libraries and tUils.
a w r uru ii a re mi eoy una, aus ba
ontil yon see car stock.
IB all Ita brancbre, promptly encoded to.
CllilLCII, McCORKLE A CO.
ClcarSeld, Pa,, Ftb. t, '78.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS & STATJOyERY
Market St,, Clearfield, (at tho Pool Office.)
THE nndersifned bogs leave to announce to
tbe eitiseos of Clearfleld aod ricinity, lost
bo kas ttted ap a room aod bas hist returned
from tho city with a Urge emuotit of reediog
oaatter, consisting ia part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank, Account and Pass Books of every de
teriptioo ! l'sp-r aod Hovel ones. French ur'esseJ
4nd f lain f fens and Pencils, Blank Lk1
Papers, Deeds, Mortgages) Judgiusnt, Eieiup
tioo and Frfiiaissrr notes; Wbiio and Parch
ment Brief, Legal Cap, Keeord Ctu. and fill Cap,
Tiavasa musiD, mr arituajr r o, r IUIAJ r 110.10.
wnstaotly on hand. Any books or ststlunery
losired tUat I tnsy aot have on bsnd.oill bo ordered
y flrst eapress, and sold al wholesale or retail
-.0 suit oustouers. I will also keep period ma)
literature, such as Magesines, Newspapers, Ac,
r, a. ual Lin.
Clearfleld. May T, 68-tf
A NEW DEPARTURE
Hereafter, goods will be sold for CASH only,
. In arihanaek fnr hMrliisa K luuiba bIII ka
tept in tbe futnrm. All old aeeooots must be
settled. Those who eannot esib ep, will please
aaad over their Botes and
CLOSE THE EECOED.
I am determined to sell mr foods at ease
oriese, and at a diseoant far below that ever
iBersd in this vicinity, Tbe diseoant I allow say
ius torn era, will snake thorn rieh In twraty years If
dkey follow my adrioe and buy their goods from
ne. I will pay each for wheat, oats aod elovtr
eed. DANIEL U00DLAN DKK.
Lathorshurg, January 17, 1HTI.
HARTS WICK. & IRWIN
PALM'S, Oll, DYE STUFF
01 ALL KIMP8,
PURE WJXES A XV LIQUORS
far atedlolBal pBrpoeea.
Tru.aea, Bapportera, BeSeel Rooka aad fftatlna.
rj, and all etber ertielca aauellv
fuand la a Drag fitera.
rHYSICIANS' PRKSCRIPTI0M8 CARI
rtlLLY COHPOUNDKU. Hatiag a large ck
perieeee Ib tbe bualBeec lbc. eea gira entire aau
J. 9. HARTSWICK,
JOHN V. IRWIN.
CUarSeld. TmmKn. la, 1.74
HAVE NO EFPBCT
I ant aware tbat tbero aro some persons a little
bard lo please, aad 1 am also aware tbst Ibe
eomplalat of "bard times" Is well aigb nnlvorsaL
But I am so situated new that I oaa satisfy the
farmer aad prove eoaelaslvely thai "hard times"
will not effoet thoee who buy tbelr goods from me,
aad all my patruas shall H initiated Into the se
HOW TO AVOID HARD T1MF.8
I bavo goods eaongb to sep).ly all tbe Inhabi
tants la tbe tower end of tbe eonaty which 1 sJI
at eaeeodlBg low rates from my mammoth store la
M ULSONBURtt, whore I sea always be feend
ready to wait epoa sailers aad supply tbem with
Dry Goods of all Kinds,
Baca aa Cletka, S.Ua.tle, Ceaalaieree, Ma.ll.a
uelalBea, blase, Urlliaga, Calieeea,
Trlaalaga, Rlbbeaa, Lace,
Reedj-Bjede Clctbi.g, Boou aad Bkeea, Hata aad
Cape all ef tbe beat materia! aad aiadc to erdar
Bee., Bock a, Ulcrea, MltUraa, Laeee, Ribboaa, Aa
OR0CRRIRS Or ALL KINDS.
Oefee, Tea, Barer, Rice, Mcleaeee, Flab, Belt
rea, Llaeeed Oil, Flab Oil, CereeB Ull.
Bardwara, Qaeeaawara, Tlaware, Citing., Pick
aad Flew Caatlaga, Malla, Bplkea, Oera CallUa
eara, Cider Freeeea, aad all klada ef Aaaa.
Parfaai.rj, PbIbU, Varul.k, Olaaa, aad a gaaerel
BaaertaieBt el BUtleaerr,
Of different Breada, alaayt ea Bead, aad will e
Bi. al IB. l.w.et pecalble Bgarwa.
1. a. HeClela'i HedlelBce, J.ye.'a Medlclaa.
Heatelter'B aad Ueelaad'a Blll.ra.
toot poaada a( Weal wealed fer wblek lac
klgbeet price will be paid. Clereraeed ee bead
aad far Bale al tbe leweel Barbet price.
Alee, Ageel far Btrettearille aad Carweaacllle
Awa. ObH aad aee let r canal rea. Te. will laA
cT.r;taiag aaaell; kept la a retail aerre.
I. H. OOBPRIBt.
rreB.btllla P. 0., afeal U, 1174.