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C E E A K KIE L57 PA .
WRDNEDAY MOKNISO.NOV. 1J, 1870.
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ir ...d after .ad before ii Bonine... S 60
i. JftfiBr tnaeaplreuoa or aix neonate.,, t l0
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itf AilvartiaiofC Agents, 87 Park How, comer
Bilk van r our dul ntnnrtiad A genu
4i N- Yorti City.
Ilettiodlat r.Uopl Churcb Hot. J, H.
y.utiuT, I'ertor. Serr.cet terj fUblialb
u 101 A.M., end 7 P.M.
SUbHb School at 9 A. M.
prB,.r Mniiix ry Wednesday, at 71 P. M.
Conn anion berrloe.lrat Beubath of ever
aDih, at 1" A. M.
Wet Clrtrttcld M. 12, t'hurrhRr.
T rcoW Wnaoii, Pastor. Preaching every
tlteraatc Suodej, at S o'clook, P. M. Sunday
School it 2. P. W. All art invited to Attend.
preaajterlaa Church Re?, H. R. HoTxan.
fitbbth terrioet morning sod arcnini 8eb
bftth Uohool at 1 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednes
Bptit Churrii. Rer. , Pi it or.
Sabbath HehoolatS P. M. Prayer Met tins every
fit. HranciV Church Catholic Rev, P
j.riBta.n-n. Divine service at lUi A. M., on
iht Brit, third and fourth .Sundaraof each month;
Vespers end Benediction of tbe lileaaed Haerameot
ttT o'clock, P. M. Sunday Bohool every under
tttrnoon at I o'clock.
TIHI OF IOLDIMQ QUART!. I KM! OKI CO FAT.
Smind Monday of January.
Third Monday of Marofe.
Fiist Monday ef June.
Fourth Monday ef September.
tiki or loLsmej commo pliai.
First Monday of June,
Keeond Monday of November.
Hrtiidtnt Jn'tyt Hon. Cbarlet A. Mayer, of
Aniitant Law Jmtigm Hon. John H. Orvli, of
Associate Judgtt Abram Of den, Clearfield j
Vincent D. Holt. Clearfield.
Protkonototy Kit Bloom,
Rtaitliv and Rteordir L. J. Morgan.
Dutrict itlteraay Was. M. MrOnllongh.
."-dearer Pbillp Doita.
Sktrif Andrew Penta, Jr.
Otputy Shtn'ff Chriet. J. Kong-, Clearneld.
County Sewyor Samuel P. MrCloake, Cnr
ecnaville. tn(y Cowvisaionere C. W. Kyler, Orariaia
ton P. O.; Eleb Johnston, Grampian Villi P. (.;
JuhnNorria, Sr., Curwenat.lle.
County Auditor Willises V. Wright, Clear
flold ; Joseph till. Hand, Three Rons j J. S. Nor
Count VorontrJ. B. Keif, New Washington.
Jury Uomi$tmr$ Dr. Jatnee P. Burchfleld,
Clear fled, Joseph Alfzander, Madera,
Snptrinttndtnt of Pnblit School M. L. Mo.
StaUrof Wiigkt JiVasNree Jeiae W.rarllle,
oftira at Lntbernbura; Pa.
NoiariM Pvbtie John W. Wrlgley, Wm. Ra
deitaugh, Cyrna Uordoa, Clearfield; Joaepb R.
Irwin, N. R. Arnold, CurwenaTille j J. A. Livlng
itoDa. Dultola City.
Oar Spteial column in decidedly lotereating In
a local point of view, and profitable reading to
eumidera who want to aave money.
vr, OF COURSE 1
"Will you take wheat, oata or com for auh
eeriptioo V We are often Inquired of In thii way
b; ItUer from patrona who reitde at a dialance
turn Clearfield. We again aay yea. The reoelpti
of a reiponaible merchant or mill owner In the
vicinity, will anawer oa jual aa well aa the eaab.
T illluatrate: If any of our patrona will deliver
at a bHg of grain at the mill of Joaapb II. Dratb,
In Cheat township, Horace Patohio, Id Barnaide,
Tbomaa II. Foreey, In flrabam, Wm. Porter or
Sbaw'i, In Lawrence, or Brown k Beyler'i, at
Bock ton, Union townabip, and forward their
melpU for the amount, we will credit them on
thrir aceoant for the tame. In thia way all may ,
aoon pay nbut they owe, If they will pursue tbla
aourn. tf. I
Go to FlucU's and sod tho BightR.
i' m ew
Itiitcherintf time, with nil its attend
ant horror, la at band.
For tfuod overcoats, fine miitn, Rood
hiti, and genta' furnish ins, goodi.go to Uirlinger
1 8'iok'i. bov 12Jt.
The price of lumber, it i Hidt linn
a-Uaneid thirty per mat. at Titlaborgh, within
Ike pat week or two.
imp -e 1
Tho Sabbath School Convention of
the Huntingdon Presbytety will be bold at Tyrone
daring the A rat week of December,
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By fur the larcHt and choiceat va
litty of ladiea' hata, trimmed nod uotrimmed, to
ha had at Fleck' low for aaih only.
Court opened for a three weeks cam
paign on Monday, at I o'clock, with Judge Orvla
presiding, and Meaara. Ogdea and Holt at aaaiat
aoti. Kit Perkins, tho humorist, will lec
ture la Clearfltl J, on Saturday ev aning, December
iMh, under the aaapioaa of the Leonard Library
Jt will be noticed by the table in
thia iaiue, that the ooal ahipmentt of our aounty
have nearly doubled tbe peat week over that of
the fame week I ait year.
. a i
31 p. Vic. Otmmburg has purchased
the in ureal of hia partoer, Joa. II. Head, la the
Clearfield Co-Operative Agency, and nn baa full
eoatrol of tbe eatablianmeat blaaielf.
The Division Superintendents of tbe
Pennsylvania Railroad met In AHoona one day
laat work for the pnrpoae of arranging the W inter
time table, which will boob be publiabed.
We call the attention of bee keepers
to the advertiaement of the Amartrna Btt Journal,
In another column of thia paper. All apiarian a
rhonld tend for a aample oopy, or, better atill,
aubrrrtbe fur It
Mr. John N. Garrison, ol Brookvillo,
Dapa'y Collecttr of Internal Reveaee for thia
d ill r let, itnppid In town ever Ribbaib. He wee
on hie regular monthly viilt to make follentloDB
from loSaoeoaitia, brewer, eta,
A kei? mcin freund ? Ncin, nein I
AUocnm Call, Wollen ate tiaaehooner baben ?
Ilarrithmrg Tihgraph. Neln, mein rrtand. Kin
pony, awl bretael, and aia kaae. 8hippfnirg
Chronich. Yab, and aaar kraat too.
The third Quarterly Meeting of this
Coaerinae yar will be bld in tl.e Clearfield M.
B. Cbareb n it Saturday and Sunday November
l&'b and lfitb. Rev. 8. O Swallow, Prealdiog
Kld-r. Ii tftet d to be present. Commanlon
aariloea w.ll be held on Sunday moralng.
It is honed that the 8usqnohanna
and IU tribuierlei will All np with mora water
tkaa they now contain before severe Winter
amber sett la. Sam1d the stream re ma i a as
low aa they are at prcaent, It will oeaae a great
deal of tronhle to farmer, aiillera end manafae
tarert. About five inches of snow mantled
ike earth la this vlelalty laatTburaday aa train g,
It falling eoBtinnously during all Wadnea.lay
iRht. Tbe thaw alnee, with tbe ratat of Sunday
arterneon end evening, bas eoatribnted towardi
eking muddy roadi and partially relieving tbe
Tho President bas issued a procla
mation appointing Thursday, November 17th, as
t day ef tbankagivleg and prayer throughout the
t ailed States. Gov. Uoyt hat also Issued a
proclamation, aoQcurriag with the President, and
Itet en tbe 37th of Novembers a day of thanks,
living la this Commonwealth.
Acaaoof highway lobbery occurred
a Market street laat Monday, In breed daylight,
and lathe preeence of a iiamber of epeetators,
ka made little ef no effort ta prevent II. One
f tsele Sim'a wards, who had Jnst raet- his
paeiin, and who was not In onditlow u
Uka tare of t was approached by his "better
"alf.-bo went for hi pockets aad took all the
"hakeli" the enald Ind, aHer wbtoh she allcwed
Mai to depart la peeea. He doae to, a poorer
and ir mm.
Tl membom of the Clurfield
"rb.i OorMt B..J t.i.l Ml I
! tllitf t.Olof Ud MNMd Il0l
-t Ml. olora4). TM kojri rrlrt
" mldM In Foeut't r, fwrik
'Hi U nonb.r of tkt f(inlHM. !''
Ik M.ullJ f JilM u fff- Tk
Si t Ik. k4 fnmtt Nr. m4
. Ilolau nut tM.lirul illrw
uk of th.lr nipMl mi m-m. Bonko
K'td lb. pmut la u opiof tl.u tmi ,Uri
(io lo Flck' and toe Ilia slgliti.
"Carry tho nowa to Marv !' II..allli
oJ btpplu.M ra found la nj hi of "Sel
ler. Ulrer 1'ilU."
Cold wjnlhor here, you want your
Wlnttr fooJi.md Bl , , ,k, t,r,tJ ,j
qu.lily IL.I ;o M U f Itck't.
Gciod Frtb Uyatora only 20 ccnU
ft qu.lt, olld kwuii, nod cot Kal.rrd. Cht.ti-
rth.D Urol ! tt LtviDgilon'i Rutauranl.
Di au.' f.'i &hunil T. bt. UuT, V ttf
koo.i 10 a,.!,; or our CltlKDI, d)d ! UilM
liurg, C.Dtr. oouutx.in B.lurd.y, No,, .jej
iTnl; lbru jc.ri.
AflbrRD. The rumor that Col. Tom.
Soott will reiign tbe Preiideacy of the Pennnyl-
tanla Hail road and that ex Preaidwnt Grant will
aueeeed him in thai Important position Is denied
The Idea la aWJ. What In the world does
firaat know about railroading, cave riding lo
pal a Mai eara free.
A beautiful and perfect rainbow was
viaiDia iu uie noriawaatera aby early laat Sunday
tnorniog,nd benne the rain and windy weather
which followed, for
"A rainbow In the morniog,
Sailors take warning."
A Suicide. Wo learn that Mrs. Eli
Lines, redding near Lutberabarg. eommitted aelf
dvstrnotloo by cutting her throat lait Sunday
morning. She used a butcher knife, severiog the
main artery and tbe wind-pipe at one oat, eaui.
tng death In a few minutas. She haa been feeble,
minded for aeveral years.
"You Bet." The Huntingdon Moni
tor, of Thnraday laat, sayat "Rev. Dr. McMur-
ray.of Clearfield, fortbcrly pasUr of (he M. E.
thumb, thia place, Was noticed on our atreeli,
l hi i morning. The aaason for taking trJut being
over, we Judge that be la around planning for a
big bant after wild turkeys, to."
How Few I It will be noticed bv
our table of elec'Ion returns, that Burnaide la the
"banner" township. Fire votera In that Green
back vlelalty don't drink. Tbey ere Prohibition
iau indeed, in whom, of eounc there la no guile.
Clearfield fails to furnlah a single saint of that
arbool, although we have a number of enihuilaita
on that anliject in our is id it.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In the Poatoffloe at Clearfield, for the weak ending
November 10, 1979 t ,
MiaaMattie Anderaon, David Boyer, George
Boyer, MIm A Hoe Irrln, Mlsa Eugenia Jaooot,
Rtfdolph M. Smith, L C. Rogera, Cheney Saupp,
Arrhy SilHcker, J jhn Veale.
P. A. (Uilii. P. M.
Strangeim ir Town. Our town
waa invaded by aome prominent men on Monday
last. Among tho distinguished mn on oor streets
we notion the facea or Hon. R. M. Spetr, Congres
man Fieber and Ei-Benaior Pelrikn,of Hunting
don j Ex-Senator Praia, of Look Haven; Sena
tor Alexander, of Dalle Ton ta, and x-Congreaa-
man Janli, of Hrookville, all of whom are at
tending Court and aeem to have an tntertat In
aome eliebt who la In trouble.
Granur Mektino. We have been
requested by the Kiecutlve Cotumittee to atate
that tbe ClearSidd Pomona Grange will meet on
Tueiday, November ISib, nnd tt will be vary
neoeaaary for all Grangers to attend, as there la
important btiaineaa to attend to. Olhcera are W
be elected for the erttnlig year, and aa this la tbe
laat meeting of the )ear it Is very Important that
tbe Maaters of every Sub-Grange In tbe county
abould make a report of the busineia taosaottd,
auob aa prugreai, fitllurea, As., la their Grange,
(iooD I Landlord Cardon. ol tho
Mansion Houre, on election morning, after vot
ing, shouldered his "futee and made for tbe
tlrtenweoda." He returned about 7 o'oluok In
the evening with one of the finest etaddlea of a
yearling doe we aver saw He ia ente In hia per
copilot. , and, noticing our gleeful countenance, he
at onoe ordered bis man around to our pantry
with a good "bunk." It waa lovely. Dr. Hilligot eff
the aame kind of a Joke on ua, but we aurpeet tbe
deer came to his office without any muicuUr
effort further than to mk ttio cha nge Thanka
For Marksmen. A shootinfir match
will be held at Huntingdon on Wedneaday, Nov.,
Sftth, to settle the long-mooted question aa to the
beat marksmen In Huntingdon and adjoining
counties. A handsome rifle valued at 76, la
offered as the first priae ; 40 eaih, 2d prlie ; 16
cash, Sd priae f 10 easb, 4th priae. Distance
for off-hand ehootera one hundred yards) and
one hundred and fifty yards for those preferring
lo ahoot with reM. All markamen are cordially
Invited to attend. Addraaa all eommuoicatlons
to "Tbe Miller Hotel," Huntingdon, Pa., where
full particular eaa be obtained.
Festival An Thanksgiving Even-
imo. The lady in ember a oooneeted with the
Clearfield U. K. Church propeae holding a Feftt
val in Fie'a Opera llouee on Thankaglting even
ing (November 27th), when tbey will aerve choice
re ft to omenta of every variety. They will have
fiyetera, hot coffee, aandwiebes, cakes, etc., at.,
ate. Tbey are thankful for tbe generoua patron
age bestowed at former Festivale given to aid
their church, and tbey hope to make the oocaaion
above Darned pleasant to all who favor them with
their alt en dance. Now, don't forget tbe Peeiival
on the evening of Tbankaglving day t
Answers to Many Correspondents.
In reply to numerous in quince from our read-
erf, concerning tbe woaderlal qoeJUIai of the
Great German Remedy, Sr. JiOa'a Oil, men
tioned in oor last laaue, wa would Inform them
that the artiale may be obtained from onr retail
druggiits.or by their alj. Ask for St. Jacob s
Oil, and if tbe dealer does not keep It in stock
ha will be able to procaro It in a few dsyi from
tbe wholesale boaies. We understand ibal there
la already an Immediate demand for the remedy,
which la sot to very surprising whan It In n
aidarad what it la daily acoompllahtng in tbe way
of relief and euros, bordering, In aome loitancea,
on the mlraculoua.
Canada Sheep. Tho Bellefonto
Vtmotrmt eaya that three wecke ago Mr. 1.8. Fraio,
of Wilker loaaebip, departed on a abort trip to
Canada to purchase a Urge stock of aura Boo
Leletiltrt-faifeikeep. On Saturday evening, Os
toher 2ilb, be rtturked. He brought baek with
him nit.ety-lwo am bp and two rams. One of tbe
ram a ia four ytare and tbe other three years of
age, tho former weighing three hundred and
twenty-five pound a, thoroughbred and Strictly
put. Bi me la tuba of laat April weigh one huo
dred and forty punde and have wool tea inehea
long. Mr. Fraln informa u that be baa already
aold ihlity six abeep, end anticipates orders for
at lent thirty eight more.
County Superintendent MoO,uown bas aneeeed
ed in er g -gleg Pror. McDonald aad lady, who
are acw givieg lost root tons at tbe Normal Musi
cal Institute, at Curwenaville, to take part In tbe
approaching session nf tbe Teachers' Institute.
Tbeeterclses will be iaterpersed throughout with
choice aelectlona of vocal and Instrumental
musle. Prof. McDonald baa met itb great sne
eess at Curwrnsvllle, his elass at present number
ing forty -oioe popiia. They are both graduatea
or the Baxter Me. leal InetHuU, of New York,
and Mrs. McDonald ia said to be a very exoellent
performer on the piano. Thia will go far to
render tbe Initltate a awoceet, and make the pro
ceedings plraaaot and interesting to tboan la at
tetdanoe. .- ar e- en i
- A Narrow Escape. The Philips.
barg Jommnt, of Saturday left, eoatalna the fol
lowing : ' On Wednesday ecnlog, shortly alter
isvea o'clock, as Dr. Sweeney, a resident of New
Htovmfleld, Perry county, waa drlviag eat the
ClearCeid turnpike In a one-borae top buggy, and
hid teached tbe Irat railroad trroaalng a abort
distanoa north of Philipsburg, whan tbe local
frilgLt northuard, pasaiug at tbe same moment.
eausrd his hone to tump around very suddenly,
which la connection with the probability ef the
step of tbe tank striking one wheel of the buggy,
threw It down lb hank with such force as to
break It on badly, a lea throwing Mr. Sweeney
heavily to the groaad. Ha waa picked up In a
eeml-aonacloaa condition, aad brought back to
Paaamare'a bote), where apon examination, It waa
aeccrtaloed that no bone wetw broken bat that
tho eystem waa severely shocked by the forea of
the fall. Ac ac culpability aecmc ta eon nee t
with Ihia rather ioae accident, it may ha ex
plained In ihieuleat Tho night waa dark and
atcrmy and a heavy enow storm prevailing at the
lima, which ncieaMd the Dicier ta boodle up
closely, and belog aeated In a top baggy, with
tbe storm driving in his race, and also boiag a
uanger In this looality.waa net aware tf hia
clean proximity to the railroad arafelng, const
quentty did net bear tbe aaual whistle tf the on
line as It approached. He drove an uuooueeioui
of tbe tomlag train, until be encountered it.
Neither tbt tbglntat tr I reman crert aw art nf
iha nrproacblng horse and buggy, ind only no
tioid the overturning vehicle In the dnrkaeea aa
tbe train ruehed by. The bom eeaaped with a
few stretchec, hat Iht Hamas i and the buggy
warn badly used up by the nocldent. But, npon
tbe whole, tt s ft most tvHuaata tawape tf man
Call at lltrlingor tt Rook't nad sot?
their large stjek of trnnki and raliiea.
bov IS St
Dr, Hills, of this borough, bai a lot
of honey and bars which be will wllat reasonable
rates. Call and Interview him about them.
People find out, when they want to
aavt dullara In buying clothing, that they eaa get
tbe uioet and beat goods for their money at Htr-
Ilnger A Rook's nov 13-t
IIEE4 AI HONEY.
Ilitnev, in small boxes, per pound 20 cants.
Pure Italian Ueca, In American Hives,
in tbe beet condition lor Wintering... 10 AO
Black Doea, in American Htvea T 00
For sale by A. M. Uilla, Clearfiild, Pa., who Is
also agent for the Amiriean fee Joarna I, the btit
bee Journal In the world, lie will furnish It at
$1 par year. nov-lS-At
Clears'ikld Coal Trade. .State-
meat of Coal and other freights cent over the
Tyrol A Clearfield Division, Pennaylvanln Rail
road, for the week ending Noremer 1, 1879, and
the same lime last year i
Fur the work .
Same liuie laat year..
PrevLi'uely during year ,
S! ituie laat year
Total iu ih'.C
Same time last year... r....
Luiuher - H.IStloars.
MifceiUneoua treigbu "
An Old Propiiecit. As Christmas
oomea thia year on a Tan rainy, tbe following
quotation from an aaaient M3. in tbt British
Museum la pertinent for publication at the out
set of Winter aa A prophecy of coming erenta
the approaching year. Let our readera take no
tice and sec If what la contained ia the following
lioea prorea correct :
If Xmaa day on Thuiaday be,
A wiuiy Wmler ye ann.il aeo; (
Windy weather In each week,
And bard teuipesta, airong and thick;
1'tie Hummer aaall be good and dry,
Corn aud beaata aball multiply ,
Tual year U good tor Uude .o till ;
K iugi and Pnuoee abll die by ikill j
It' a child born luat day nlio.il tie,
It lb all hiippen right well lor he i
Of deeds bo ehall be good and liable, J
W iiM of epeccn and raiouabie,
Who thai day goei thieving about,
He ahit.il be puuuued witbwut douut;
Aud it atokueai iliat day iMtide,
li ehall quiokly from Ihea glide.
' Wortut op Attention Wo adviso
all oitr reader, wbetber the; uffa a foot of land
or not, toaupply themaelvas with .hat treeeure of
useful, practical, reliable lafurmation, the Aaieri
eua AjritmHmratitt, co named beoauae started
tbirty-eigbt years ago as a rural Journal, but
now enlarged to embrace a great variety of most
useful reading for the Uuuseaold, Children in
cluded, fur the Gardes, as well aa the Farm fur
all elaaaea. Each volume givea aomo eight hun
dred original Eogravings, with deieriutioos ol
labor-saving and iabor-hvlplug eoatrlvanoes, ol
p Iau if, fruit a, ftowera, eoiinaJa, etc., Including
many large and pleating, aa well ai Inatructivc,
ploturca tor young nod old. Too constant, ays
leiaaiio cxpoiurc or Huubuga and bwiudliog
Scbeuiss by the AgrituUnrniiU are of great value
to every out, and will aave to moat paraona many
times Ita ooat. Altogether, It la one of the moat
valuable, aa well aa the cheapest Juornala any
where to be found. Tbe coit la only ll.&O a
year, or fuur eoplei for i. Single number fifteen
ecnte. Subaonbe at once for 1&8I, and receive
the reitof lb U year free, or send a 3-cent stamp
for pottage on a specimen copy. Addreea Orange
Judd Company, Publliberi, 24& Broadway, N. Y.
New Agents at Work. A corres
pondent at Bigler station writes us that the sta
tion building at tbat place waa broken into by
thieves on Wednesday night of last week. The
money drawer waa broken tpen and rifled of a
small amount of change; boxes of goods In tbe
warerooin were broken opsn, and three boses of
notions, belonging to L. M. Coutilet, of Frenob
ville, were entirely emptied; packages were torn
open and their contents strewn about the floor.
The thieves (or at least two of them), giving their
name as Tbomaa Murray and James O'Ncll, and
hailing from Elmlra, N. Y., were arreeted about
I a'olook .on Tburaday morning, nt Caoaola, oo
map ia ton. Tbey were searched when goods simi
lar to those contained la tbe boxes broken open
at Bigler were found vn their paraona, and also
12 or lo In money. The prisoners were taken
before Kiquirc Orliimnn, at Philipsburg, and by
him committed to tbe Bcllefontc Jail, for break
lota aod robbing tut ticket office at tbat place on
Tneadsy night. After p'undering Bigler station
on Wednesday night, the next in order was Wal
lace ton depot, then the depot and a store at Blua
Ball. Tbey aaemed to be clearing tblnga up
nicely but the telrgraph brought them to a halt.
If Centre oouniy does not send them up, they
will get s taste of Clsarfleld tonnty Juatloa that
will teach them a lesson.
Still Wrong. We have been doing
our best for several weeks peat to furnish our
readers with a correct Hit of the names of Assess
ors aod their asilitaots for IShO, but having re
lied upon oihcra for tbe chief informntlon, we
find the Hit very "crooked."
There waa no vacancy In Peon township. Tbe
Election Board Issued notices to Wm. Freeman
and Peter Pifer, but failed to return thr names to
the Protbonotary hcaoe, tbe teeming blunder
made by the County Commissioners, in appoint
ing Mosarc. Paasmorc and Pants, beeanac they
auppoied from tbe appearance of tbe record that
there wai a vacancy In that townabip. The aame
atatc of faeta exist In Huston, aad the appoint
ment, of Messrs. at lint and Tyler, as Aeeiatama,
void baaauie Meisri. B. Broun and II. U.
Pearsall held the certificates from the Election
We team also tbat John Pioard, Esq.., Is the
Asaeasor In Covington, Instead of A, Coaoway,
who known tbat ha waa not elected and baa
handed tba Duplicate over to Eaquirs Pioard.
Christian Drown and Joha J. Pitard arc tbe As
aiataiita for the aame towoabip.
More i D.vid Turner la tbe Aasenor elect In
Wallaoeloa, and the appointment of Mr. Goas Is
Sad and Fatal Accident. Wo
Uaro l rum the Punxsntawney tipirtt of Thursday
last, that Mrs, Mary J. Davis, an estimable lady,
aad wi'a tf llliam Davis, Kq , Post maj tar at
Pu&xsutawncy, met with an accident on Saturday
morning, Nov. 1st, whioh term lea ted ladvatb tbe
following Wednesday. She bed goat on an errand
to the ertond floor of the atable, and, alepping
on a loose board, It tipped aad precipitated her
to tbe ground floor below, diateoet of about
tuelva feet, inflicting tojuriec which resulted fatal
ly aa above stated. She being la the sixty-third
year tf her age, tbt nocldent waa mere serious
than It would base been lo a young person. The
writer waa well acquainted with tbadeeeaaed, and
always regarded her with mueu esteem, and her
children now grown tt womanhood aad man
hood, proves hat tt have been n vromaa of nobla
traits of character. Iu referring ta her ' death,
the Spirit coacladas aa follows :
"Mrs. Davie waa born In Huntingdon county,
this State, la IftlT, and waa oonarejueatly la her
aixtyHbird year. Ia 1837 ebe waa married, aad
during the aame year, la company with her hue
band, removed to tbia pltvee, tbeo but a hamlet in
tbeloreat. During her long lite in PuaxsaUwaey,
embracing a period of foriy-two years, ebe has
been universally wvefl nnd recpeeted aa a faith'
fui wile aad mother, a kiad aad benevolent neigh
bor. In ber draih tba Baptiet Church, to wbieb
ebe haa been a life long adherent, leaeaone of iu
moil lait bf el aad devoted members. The be
reaved family bate tba sympathies or a largo
host of fneads la their aad bereavement."
Hunawat Accident. AI. Logan,
accompanied by his wife, waa return log home laat
Sunday evening In a buggy from avlilttobis
father's la Lawrence towaabip, and while coming
dawn tbe abort and ateep hill this side of tbi
"Ooodrelle bridge," within a short distance
of tbt railroad crossing, hie horse started on
ueh n brisk run that he tould not tontrtl It.
When crossing the railroad, tho horse fell flown,
tbe buggy upset, and tbt aeeapaole were thrown to
tbt ground. Tbt fall nf tba horse broke tbe
harneea, which got up devoid of everythlBgbuttbc
bridle, nnd itarUi off ngaln badly frightened.
Prethtnotary Bloom aad wife, wbt were torn
fort ably ccated In a boggy, a abort distance In
advance tf tbe runaway, nd were tlic coming
townrda town, were eoasld-rably surprised to find
Mr. Logan's horse ti-ylngte get Into thr baggy,
which was already loaded to Ita elm oft capaelty.
(Mr. B. weighing a littles over tut hundred
pounds). The no away htrtt teUided with Mr.
Bloom's buggy, suddenly overt a ruing It nnd
throwing himself aod wife out ta the side tf tbe
road next to tbi river hi baggy being very
badly bRiban. Mr. BUom1 mart, a sxaae tbe
vehlclt upset, stopped, aad thus p revetted aay
farther damage la that di reel lot. Tbey hoard
at aeisc In their rear and had at ware lag that
aaytblac animal had happened. None of the
perrons who leek nn tedlvn part la Ibis tee
react were harmed, otherwise than being slightly
jarred and badly frightened. It wax ml race lees
tbat nt beajea wart broke. Mr. Bleom'a mart
waa hitched In to Mr. Leg a us buggr ana the
ladiea b roc get homo, Tbt miihip oocard IA
ht evening about dusk .
fiood goods at lair prices, at Flock's.
Good goods at fair prices, at Flock's.
.Don't dodge tho question ! Answer
square, and go to Flecks,
, -, ial
Fleck aeils better goods at lower
prices than any store anywhere,
Fleck soils better goods at lower
prices than any store anywhere
Don't forget it. ladies, that Fleck is
agent (or U. Buueriok A Ca.'a Pslicrnx.
We defy competition in cashmeres.
- T. A. FLECK A CO.
Wo defy competition in cashmeres.
T- A. FLECK A CO.
Don't dodgo the question ! Answer
aquarc, and go to Fleck's.
If you want a nice, rich trimmed
hat, leave your order at Flock's,
If you want a nice, rich trimmed
bat, leave your order at Flask a.
Go to Fleck's, and you aro sure to be
satisfied with your purchases. o 2V-4t
(io to Flock's, and you are sure to bo
satuficd with your purebaaes. t-2-4t
Don't lorget it, ladies, that Fleck is
agent tor . Uutterick A t'o. s fatterna.
Come to Flock's! (io to Fleck's!
Coma lo Fleck's, It Is better than a show.
Cold weather is here, you want your
Winter goods, and no one nas tnc variety ana
quality that you find at Fleck's.
'Is there a man with soul so dead,"
who hath Buffered the miseries of a cough or
cold, yet neglected to try ''Sellers' Cough Syrup ?'
Good Fresh Oysters only 20 cents
par quart at Livingston a Restaurant evil
measure ! Not watered ! Cheaper than meat !
Tho New Kkmington Familt Sew-
iro Macntaa for salo at J. B. Herder's Gun
Store, Clearfield, Pa. Oct. 29 flra.
By far the largest and choicest va
riety of ladiea' bats, trimmed and unt rimmed, to
be bad nt Vlaok'c low for easb only.
it matters not tbo age of suflVrers
from colds, ooughs, or oroup, "Dr. 6eIJers' Cough
Sym;;" la good for all alike. Price 25 eonta.
W. 11. Sponcer, of the "Old Bark
Store," Curwenavillc, la getting In a large stock
of tbt Williamiport Boots, manufactured by J.
S. Dayton A Co. oet 29-2t
.Remember that Lytle is County
Agent for Lorrillard'a Tobacco, and can sell them
at factory prices. They arc the beat tobuooea
market TrjT them. tf.
We have now on hand several thous
and flret-eleea enveiopea, which wt will print for
boalntaa men, or anybody else, at prices that an
not ho rivalled. Call and see them. tf.
Salt .Lytic has just rocoived a car
load of fine Bait, large saoka. Alat, a oar load of
eoarae aod American fine. Full weights guaraa
teed, and will bo aold at lowest prloee la the
connty. tnp24, 79 tf.
Ask your Driiggint for Ilarosma. t
will do all tbat is ol aimed fur It, and la warranted
to give satisfaction.
E. K. TnonrsoN, Tltusville, Pa.
For sale by all druggists la Clearfield and Jos.
Seyler A Son, Lutbersburg, nov-l-2t
See & woman on horseback in'another
column, riding near Speer'a Vineyards, with a
bunab of O rapes from which Spear's Port Grape
Wine Is made, that la so highly esteemed by the
medical profession fol the use of Invalids, weakly
percons and the aged. Sold by E. W. Graham,
Druggiil, Clearfield, Pa. Jly-lfl '79 tf.
Shawl Lost. On Friday aUornoon,
the I7tb of Uetober, In passing over the turn
pika from Philipsburg to Bigler 8tation, I loot a
bright red medium plaid shawl. I will pay a
reasonable reward, if tbe shawlia leftat the Shaw
House, in Clearfield, tr forwarded to ma at Pea
otit-W-ffl - M.av FaaeaAiir..
A Fact. An advertisement Inserted
la the RaF-utLican will reach more readers than
if published In nil the other papers la the coun
ty, and ooat tho adrertlsei lesa thaa one-half
In other words, aa advertisement published in
our Journal Is worth double the price of tbat
charged by any other publisher in the county,
It la a feet." tf.
corn NOT DO WITHOUT II."
Yomosvii.tB, Pa., May 14, 1878.
Da. M. M. Fbnhbr, Fredonia, N. V.,
Dear Sir: I bad liver complaint nnd a numb
nose of ay llmbe and general debility. One
bottle of your Blood and Liver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic greatly benebtted me. At the lime
I wrote you there wss none in the place and I
thought I could not do without It I have recom
mended It to a number or my irionna ana tbey
have taken It with aaiiTe9iry resulte.
erv truly jours, ant. nn. a. mrap.
Dr. Fanner's Blood and Liver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic may well be called "The conquer
ing hero" of tbe limes. It la tbe medical triumph
of the age. Whoever baa "tbe bloea" should take
it for It rrgulatoc and leatorei the dlaordercd
system that gives rise to them. It always eurca
Biliousness: and Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dys
pepsia, Constipation, Headaches, Fever and
Ague, Spleen Enlargements, Surofule, Erysipelas,
Pimples, Blotches and all akin Eruptions and
Blood Disorders j Swelled Limbs and Dropsy j
Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves and Nervous De
bility) Restores flesh and strength when tho its.
torn la ruining down or going into decline j eurea
Female Weakness and Chronic Rheumatism, and
relieves Cbronlo Bronchitis, aod all Lung and
Throat difficulties. It does theet things by strik
ing at tbt root of dlaease and removing Ita causes.
Dr. Fanner's Improved Cough Honsy will re
lieve any eoagh In one boor.
Dr. runner s Golden Heiiei eurea any pain, aa
Tooth-ache, Neuralgia, Colic tr Headache ia Ave
to thirty minutes, and readilj relic vea Rheuma
tism, Kidney Complaint, Dlarhosa, etc.
Dr, Fcnner'a St Vitua Danoe Hpcclfle. One
bottle alwaya cures
For talt by llartswiek A Irvla, Druggists,
C lee rSeld. Pa. aug-27-tf.
RAILROAD A CL'11) RUT.
A frightful accident occurred oa the main tine
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, about half-put
two o'clock laat Friday morn lag, reaaltiag la the
terrible wrechlog of freight care, the lorn ef Ufa
and considerable property. Tho accident occurred
on the mountain, near Klttaoalng Point. Tbe
AHoona ilomuia TiHum gives tbe following par
"The trato waa the one kaowa as the third
Union line, and was due at AHoona ia the neigh
borhood of 1 A. M. The conductor of the train
waa Mr. Bernnrd Kearney. When It arrived at a
point a little beyond Allegrippni, about eeven
milaa west of tbia city, where aa average dewa
grade tf ninety-six feet to the miltbegios, the
train parted, anppoaed It be caused by the break
ing of a coupling. Tbe first taction tontl need en
its way aad the rear pertloa, afttr vanning a
abort diataooc, was stopped. Tht 'red light' be
ing 'down' at Iha black office at tht 'point,' Con
ductor Kearney alopped the first section, entered
the oflet and inquired what ht was held for. He
waa informed tbat tbt train waa broken, where
upon ha went tutsldc agala for tbe purpose or re
queuing Engl aest Ed. McCanncll it move tn
with the front sectloa, la order to get, tut or tbo
way. Tbe train had moved but a short dl it ante
when the roar ccstiea rani thundering down Iht
steep gradt at the rait of more than a mile a
minute, and attack tht forward tare with terrific
force, about tweaty ears, comprlalag portions ef
both aeettane, being hurled aver the steep em
beak meat lata a deep ravlat at the right aldt tf
tbt track, tearing Bp tht ratltaad letagrapa poles
for A dletaatt tf twt hen dred feet, end throwing
tbt dtbrie tt great distance, Tba oobUbU tf
tht tars, ooasUtlag of meat, applet, malt, barley,
oata, aad march iodise aad produce gecerally.
were littered aver tbt lido tf tht hill ia aa lode-
sorihahle wast, and asany of iha care were broken
IC piooaa. 1 wt breiemca, J. C. Ctvh and Joha
A. McDowell, uht wort making their Aral trip
tver tht road, were burled la the ruiaa, Tbe
Utter waa token tat dead, aad tba former's la
Juries It is feared will prove ratal.
"Now, than, aa tt tbt direct eeuec of tbe fear
rut collision! It aaeaas that whan tht traia arp
crated and after It had htea stopped, the flagaaaa,
a man tf experience, went hack along the track
to flag a traia that waa following and it warn It
of danger. While tht flagman aa thaa engaged
R It escorted that Ceeh rvutaUd McDowell ta
'Uht eC a couple tf braaea, and Iba latter, at I
tompraheadtag what lAe eirewmstaaeee weald he,
compiled. TbtA aJmoe ImmadsaUly tba train
alaaced forward, aod the iaaiperleaoed araktmta
wett aaablt to aback tie awift memenicm, and
whta tht cell i slot took pleat both aire daahed
Iter the embankment'
Come to Fleck's I Go to Fleck's!
Come to Fleck's, It Is bettevtkaa a show. .
At the Kepubucan office is the place
to get your Job work dona. Weare fully prepared
tt do anything ta the printing line, wUI do tt
wall, aad at tbo right kind of prices. tf.
Removal. Dr. T. J. Boyer has re
moved his medical oflioo to the rooms recently
occupied by Buck A Graham, la Grabam'e row
He makes CHRONIC DISEASES a specialty.
CHARGES VERY LOW. Tbo manufacturers
bnving lowered prloee, ho la prepared to furnish j
STRICTLY PI RK MSDICINES at greatly re
dueed rates. The afflicted will ht benefited by
giving him a ealL juy2, '79-tf,
New Daily Stage Line. Jamoa L.
Leavy baa succeeded in having a dally mail eetab-
llshed between Clearfield and Pen nil eld, and will
hereafter run a daily stage between the two points.
His contract began with April let, and the stsgc
will leave Dear 6 eld every morning (except Run
day) at (I o'clock, making connection a with all
trains on the Low Grade Railroad at Pennfleld, re
turning after the last train tbo aame evening.
Pasaengeraand freight will be carried at low ratca.
Orders left at any of the hotels will be attended
The Old Lycoming; Insurance Company
the Html to the Front.
Cubu bmsv.li.b.Pa , Oct. 20, 1879.
Kbrh A Biltnt.K, General Insurance Agents,
Clearfield, Pa : I lake pleasure in acknowledging
receipt of Draft from you, fr Fourteen Hundred
and Ninety-two Dollars and fifty eeDta($l,4v2 60 ,
being ia full for loal by fire, which occurred to
my properly on tht 2d day or Ootober, 1870, in
the borough or Curwenaville, Pa. And I hereby
return to you my sincere tbankc Tor tba prom pt
and business-like manner ia which you have
aettled and adjusted my Uaa, aod I recommend to
the people of Clearfield cmnty the old time-tried
LYCOMING INSURANCE COMPANY, aa be
ing sale, reliable aod prompt.
Cam a ri jib Gmrr.
Oct tt, 1879 tin.
WILSONTYSON. At tbe offlet of tbo
officiating Justire, In Banks township, Indiana
county, oa Hon dev. Uotobrr ztitb, lUiv.hy Jamea
L. Smith, Dr. Cbarlee A. Wiism, of Troutvilic,
Clearfield county, and Mill Alice Tyson, of Big
Run, Jefierson Bounty, Pa,
HOLMRS-ROniSOV.-At tba M. S. Person
age In West Clearfield, on Thursday eveolng,
Nov fl'h, 1879, by Rev W. S. Wii,m, Mr W.
Bsnks llolmea aad lliis Lucy Roblsen, both of
ROB FUNS FRAMPT0N At Lewisvllle,
(Rower Pst office) in Bell township, on Mondev,
October 2Ub, 1879, by Rev. I. Kdwurds, Mr.
John M. Rohliios and Mill Annie M. F rain p ton,
boinot benisviMs, viearneia ouunty, r.
Ml SEAL- WILLIAMS At the resident of
the bride's parents, on Thursday, Octohrr SOib.
1879, hy Rev. Samuel Mi lef, Mr. IsanC MeNtal
and Miss Julia A. Willieme, both of Jordan
PllOCU-GERIIARD-Io Trontville. Brady
tnworblp, en Sunday, November 9th, 1879, by
Rev. John Wolbacb, Mr. Jacob 0. Shoob and
Miss Cora Gerhard, all of Troaiville. ClcirBcld
CLBAanixo, Pa. Nov. 11, 1879.
Flour, per ewt. , , 14
Hnokw&eat riour, per cut to
Cora Meal, per ewt 2 00
Chop, rye, per ewt , 1 65
Chop, mixed, per ewt . 1 fit)
Itran, per ewt no
Wheat, per bushel I 40
Rye, per bushel So
Oata, per bushel 45
Corn, ears, per bushel So
Buckwheat, per busbel 11 6
Potatoes, per bushel..., 35
A pples, per busbel 25
llama, per pound II
Shoulder, per pound 9
Dried Beef, per pound. . 17
Chickens, par pair 40
Butter, per pound 20
Egg, per doaen n, 16
Salt, per sack, large... . 2 Oo
Cal Oil, per gallon 16
Lard, per pound H
Dried Apples, per pound. ..,.,. a
Dried Peaches, per pound A
Uuaua, per bushel ... 1 61
PEODUCE MARKET REPORT.
PntMniLrau, November 10. Wheat flour ta
dull, with prices In favor ol nuverc. The trana
aoliona were 1,000 barrels, Inolodiag Miuaeeota
extra family, at t6 2t(mt1i Pennsylvania d.
do. at Sn.r0to6.76 i western do. do. at $S 60fco
7.00, and patent and other high grades at 7 25
(oB.26. Rye flour is dull at S-VoM. Cora Meal
quiet ana unchengrd ; we quote ata.i.ia.
Grain beat ta la Vetler requeot ; .090 bush.
ela were tahen, ooniHiog of rejected at fll.33fi)
1.34; red at II I.30, mixed at BI.X6, and
amber $l.2, and No. 2 red. elevator, at $1 16($
1.57. At the onea board, first call, there were no
transactions. Rye ta dull at fiAOVOe. Corn la
firm but very quiet. Salea of 0,000 bushels, la-
oluding mixed and yellow at 68(di,59c. At tbe
open board, oral can, there were no transections.
Oata are dell and weak. Satee of 6,0ft0 bushels,
Including mixed at 4li42io, and white nt m
Whisky la firm i 60 barrels western Iron-bound
were diipoted of a l 11.
Chicioo, November 10 Flour quiet and weak.
Wheat unsettled and generally hlghor, No. 2 red
winter, 11.19! ; No. 2 Chicago si.ring. l.lt for
easb and November ; ll.Hjl for Deoraibor.SI 16,
for Januaryi No. I do, $103: rejected, foe.
Corn easier, st 42!r4!o. for eaahj avi(g,9ic.
f-r Deoeinhrrt 4ie. fur May f rejected, S7jc.
Oata steady and Arm, at I2e. for teabt 12. for
Ueceoiheri Sn. (or May rejected, S.f(aIc.
Rye easier, at 7 Ic barley easier, at 8uo
Pork tn good dem.mt; ahedc higher; tO-fft
10 loreieb I $. 3 lor Deermbari $111,671
(g 1 0.00 lor January. Laid In lair dmnd aud
higher; flfl 4JJ(ij8l 5 Tor easb i 96 in(,un or
lor December ; oA58.67t fur January. Bulk
meats moderately aonve aud hirberi shoo Mere,
1 7A; abort riba, $6 40 short clear sides, $5.46.
n bisky steady and unchanged.
WiHTun 660,000 14 feet shaved boons, deliv
ered at the railroad, la ear loado or S.Outi, at all
points oa tbe Tyrone A t'leartteld, P. A Bald
haele Valley, and Pennsylvania Rallroada. for
which I wiU pay the highest market price.
j. r. unman,
Octlfi, 1876-tr. . Clearfield, Pa.
Out II tj aim to Pea Cixr. DiaootraT ear Old
PaicBa. Sewing Mat hioea can now be purchased
at Merrell'a tin and variety atore, from S-16 up
wards. All Binusor sewing machines repaired
oo tbe shortest notice.
Clearfield, Pa., July IS, 1877.
Bcaeiae Fob Bali. R. Newton Shaw keens a
full cupply of Fredonia Doggieo nnd Platform
Wegnne for eala. To bo seen at the Shaw llnust
yard. Call on or addreea him at Clearfield Penn
aylvanln. may U-tf.
df Vlother$ tVrirf.
The pride of a Mother, the lift and Joy of a
home, aro bet children, heaoe ber grief wbea sick
ness enters and takes tbem away Take warning
tbea, that you are running a terrible risk, if tbey
have a Cough, Croup or Whoopiag Cough, which
lead to Consumption, if you do not attend ta It
at onee. HHILOli d CONSLMPT1UN CIKE is
guaranteed to cure tbem. Price 10 eta., 60 eta.
and $1.00. For lame Bank, Side cr Cheat, uc
Hbilob'a Poroua Plaster. Prioe 26 cents. Sold
by C. D. Wataoa, Clearfield, Pa. lepU-cow.
Xms leVtf l moc' Keawat f.
J. G. Starker, a prominent and Influential ctt-
laea tf lona City, save t MI have had tbt Dva
peps.a, and Liver Complaint fur aeveral yeara,
and have need every remedy I toe Id hear tf,
without any relief whatever, until I caw your
Hbilob'a Vita User advertised la ttr paper, and
waa p"Miis te trv it. i am nappy to state
that It baa entirely eared me. tt it certainly the
beat remedy I ever knew of. Price 76veata. For
sale bj 0. D, Wataoa, Clearflsld, Pa.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A marvel
ous Cure for Catarrh, DipLlherle, Canker mouth,
and Heaitanht. With eah bottle Is an ingenious
oasal Injector for the more caoocasful treatment
of the complaint, without extra charge, Price
1. ..i. k 4i n a.iHn "iu.aii
Pa. aeptIT, 179 6m tow.
CoLLtrroR'a WABBAsta. We bavt prepared
a form, and have oa hand a large quantity, tf
blank "Collector's Salea," whioh have beea ap
proved hy tbo higbeat legal authority In the
Courli tf thia county. At TWary Cents per
doaen we will mall any number to tbe Collector
ordering them. A Collector, whan compelled tt
advertise property, must post ap ae at as 'he.a
three notieea In tbt moat public places tn hia
borough tr township. " tf.
WaitTta. Delivered at the Rail Road.
lOO.ti'f 20 Inch shaved shingles.
lot.attfl SS-lnrb aawad ibloglee.
1 00,00 C feet of aiw boards.
e ,o.e U-feH shaved hoops.
s.ttoe railroad tts.
50,1'S feet of good hemlock boards.
For which i will pay tht highest market price,
delivered at Olearflald, or at aay aolat ta the
Tyrone A Clear ft eld Railrtd.
1 J. r. a bam aw.
Clearfield, Pa, Out. 14, U7I if. ,
Vital Weak acta tr Dearwaaua i a weak
exhausted feetinat. no energy nt courage l the re
sen or meatai avwr-warei. inwsaeirwisaww wr
eicaaaoa. or aomo drata aewa tba tyatcm te ei
wayc tared by Hampbrey't Umapalbte Speeifir
No. 2ft. It toaec uu and luvt arataa tht system,
diapela the gloom aad dcapoadoaey, Imparts
sireee-in ai4 eaerrr, stops taa araia aau re-
Juvoaatoa the aatiro ma a. bean aaed twenty
yeara wtlb perfect aauoees oy laousaoos. avia oy
dee'erc. Prlea, 91 pr single vial, or 9 per
package tf five viala and tl vial of powder. Boat
by mail aa receipt nf pvtea.
Addreea Mumphrtya Hnvpathk
Med k law Cetapaay, Ivt eitoa at, a. I.
C. p. Wntata. Ageat, Clearfield, Pa.
9 sept IS, lltMrr
Just KcoAived by ARNOLD, at
Car Load Nova Scotia Dastorl
Car Load pure Corn, Hye and Oata
Car Load Deaken Salt 1
Car Load of Choice Family Flour I
Car Load Dry Goods, Groeories,&i.!
Attf-Shinyleu, Dark. It. K Ties aud
Gruio will be takon in exchange.
Curwonsvillo, May 1, 1878.
h White Sewing Machine
Can be bought at lowest prioex from ALEX-
PATTERSON, Woodland, Pa. It Is equal, tf not
superior to any first claaa Seaiag Macblue in tut
market. Circulars sent on application.
Woodland, Pa., Oot 29, IS. 9 6m.
S REWARD-Eatray Cow.-Tbt under
signed oflere Ibis sum for Information tbat
will lead to tbe rooovary of a HKU UUW, weigh
ing about 400 pounds, large broad horns, a email
teat between tbe two left onea. The cow atrayed
from my homo ia Covington township, about the
1st of July last. Call in peroo or address ma by
Icttfar at Frenchvltle, Pa.
Oct. 211, 1H79 3t. F. F. CO 11) MKT, JU
APMINIMTR ATORM NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that Lcttera of Ad
ministration off toots now on the estate of LVD1A
DOWLING.Istt of Lawrence two, Clearfield Co.,
Pa , deceased, having been duly granted to tbe
undersigned, all paraona indebted to aaid aetata
will please makt immediate payment, and those
having claims or demands against the samt will
present tbem properly authenticated for settle
ment without delay. AARON C.TATE,
Administrator li. Jf. ft.
Clearfield, Pa., Oet. A, 1879-6t.
is hsreby givea that Letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of S Pill A NEFP, late nf
New Washington, Clearfield county, Pa, dee'd,
bavins, been duly t ran ted to tba undersigned, all
persona indebted t aaid estate will please make
immediate payment, and those having claims or
demaoda agaiaat tbe aame will present them
properly authenticated for settlement without
deity. HS.NKY HKET1I,
Ottsad, Pa, Nov. 6, 1H79 6t
NOTICE TOroC:KHOM)ER. There
will bo a meetlna of tat stockholders of
the Clearfield Fire Brick Company held at( tht
(Ret nf the Tompanv. In Clearfield, on Tbura
day. tha I nil. day of January, 1HHO. at two
o'clock P. M., for tha purpose of electing officers
for tU en so toe year, and voting upon ibo quea- i
tioa of Increasing the stock of said Company.
By order of the Boart or It t rectors.
Attest: WM. BIGLER, President
O. W. Sutra. Secretary.
Clearfield, Pa., Nov. 6, 1879 t.
THE LAKCEHT, OLDEST AND BEST
riFTT-Twe raona uonrnLr.
I.SO Jr B.Bilo Copy, lOc.
Thomas G. Newman & Son,
71 md 674 Wert Midlioa St, CHICAQO.
A. M. IIUU, Aftnl, Clotrleld, tn.
The undersigned, being thankful for past favors,
wonld respectfully inform tbo citiaena of Clear
field and vicinity tbat he haa purchased tbe abop
in Clearfield borouirb recently occupied by Amos
Kennard, aituated on I ocust street, in the rear of
Geo. Weaver A Co.'a store, where by strlot aod
cloee attention to buaineaa, be hopea to receive a
large share of public patronage-.
r-Prices reasonable and all work guaranteed.
CUAH. II. UALrURD.
Clearfield, Pa., Oct. 15, 179 1m.
ilOIJRT PHOCI. AM ATION. Wnenaaa,
J Hon. C. A. MAYER, Prssideat Judge of
the Court of Common Plees of be twenty-fifth
Judicial District, composed of tbe counties of
Clearfield, Centra and Clinton, and Hon, At bam
Oopbb and Hon. Viactsv B. Holt, Associate
Judges of Clearfield county, have Issued their
precept, ft o me directed, for tbe holding of a Court
of Common Pleas, at the Court Hons, at Clear
field, in and for the county nf Clearfield, com
mono its? on the pKCi'NU MONUAt, THb mi ll
DAY OF NOVUM II BR, 1b7v, and continuing
tnree wee a a.
NOTICE ia therefore hereby givej to Jurors and
witnesses, la aod for said county of C'earfleld to
be and appear n their proper persona, at 10
o clock a. aa. or aata aay, to oo tnoee tninga
which in their behalf pertain, to bo done.
GIVEN under my band at Clearfield, tbia 2 2d
day or Uetober, in tba year or oar Lorn one
thousand efgat hundred and sevraty.ntne-
ANDUDW FEN IZ.Jr Sheriff.
oet 22 to.
A New Book.
ORDERS JT01I' T.IKE.V
AUilllO iipw work tb, eolr oo. of
t. kind i..ni4. Th. Hlhl. all. Iutlf of
coHiiiy mua .owiisnii tjniccr," ny w. n
Mi.rlt, lq., of Iho H illl.m.port (P..) Bur.
CoDttis. .11 Ibo Aet, .od deliloni In rol.tio. lo
tho Tartan, oou.l, ood town, hip offlo... Il ft
oonulol. bind book for .lootton oflnora, .ad
irotl. lb. tat law. fully, av.ry ouoer aad toa
payor will buy oao. It ooatalfl. ,0d pogoi,
a.atly prial.d, booad la oloth aod gold, aad .old
aod Kid at $1 por roluioo.
From lloa. Joba J. Motigor, Miahr of tbo
CvD.litullooal t'oorontioo of IttTS.J
t karo oiaaiiaod and aaod tbi. work by W. R.
fllrrly, Kiq.of tha Wllllanipiirt liar, onlltlad
"Tho Hlitila and Holloa of Tuwnablp Officer,, "
and kavo fonad It of arrat aarriM to ai.. Aaa
fuida to Iho rarioua uffloara for wboat il if ia
tcailcd, it naat proro ior.laallo.
Joua J. Maliena.
For agenott. and t.raif apply with llatnn to
W R. 1IIKKI.V,
ao.5-31. Wlllianiporl, I'a.
TUBV 1.IHT Iiit of iba naain of Juror.
oj drafts for Norrmbcr Tain. A. 1. lB7tf,roa-
uirnelna oa Iho 2d Monday (lata , aad to eoo-
tiBua tbrt. wrobat
at-oaa wbik 17ru.
8 f Lanabarry, Bradford 'It Rotwortb, Woodward.
Alrl LlTinjialnB, 11 I W C Moor.r, Ureen wooj
nil tarrlok, Lawrna, Leoaard alllaf, Ubaal,
Ja. bavldion, Chrat,
Fraok lluab, baoattir,
Uft A K.phart. D.ratar
-intia Codor. Knox,
T Watrbraaa, Hoatidar.
R A llipplo, Cur'Kllla,
U W Cainpball, Brll,
Ino F O.ftald, Urady,
Jaaiaa Mmom, Boaaa.
O D Hor.dl.Uoft, Clf'd,
Jaa Rnbarta, Woodward,
Jarnaa Prr. ficoraria.
Joah flrafllua, Bradford,
Alal Franco, w.ltaaaloo
Rd Waannor, tlMatnr,
Wra 11,'lrh.l. Kartbaoa.
H Wbilraida, Jr Bmo.rla,
Ana UT.aron, llootadaia.
W T Wll., F.rgtianB,
J A Rowlaa, Urronwood,
F A Floatlag, Oloarlrld,
lloa llnlmau, Woodward
Joha Kaon, Morria,
J L Man", Baraalda Ip ,
Joha W Molt, Brll,
A McKraaia, Wodward,
Frank W llley, Cloaraald
Kalh.B Uoara, Murrif,
T C liariari.y, Law'aeo,
Loal.B Pottar, L City, I
W II Handford. n.,k
I MoDowall. Bradford,
Joba tlunlap, Pibo,
U..I0 Haa, BradfTd,
Thna M Molloo. H.ll.
M floppy, tn.art.ld,
Zaa Bailoy, Bloom,
John (i oo tyaar, Brady,
F llotlnp.trr, llMvarla,
Allow Mltoholl, CI :'d,
J K Mradoraoa.Wood'd,
Jaoob ralaiar, Bradford,
2Mb Fultoa, Bradford,
II V llaroaiol, (Irahaia,
Frad Babor, Chart,
H.nry Hoaaia, Blooaj,
J Wacooar, Barnalda tp
II Dallaia, Bradford,
Kira Hoot, Boraalda Bor
II. a l Wolab, Lawreaoa,
T W H.WHihill,
(alrla n.l,.r, Blooai,
U M Tbonoaon. Brady.
Jno M llaator, Baoaarla
Ji.ha Habar, Hall,
Wat Lalhor, Woodward,
II 0 Hhaffoar, Lawraaaa,
i O Whliablll, Clf'd,
Aaatia Carry, Choat,
Adam nalkar, Ifcaalur.
Jaa Carry. Cbrat.
itio.'. iMwia, woo.rrd,
R Nottlotoa, Urady,
A H IJbafar, Baraalda W
rpRIAL I.I rT. Mrt of Caatrt ial .owa for
X trial at Nora aibar Trrai ef Cuart, eatnaiaBa.
lo, Moaday, NavaaaBtr l.ik, 1,,S, aa. toatiaa.
iag Ibrea wookat
aacoaa waai, but. 17ta.
Mltobrll MoMurray Tl. JK.JR 0 .or hart at al
1 W Pailoriaauax ra. W II Hlmrr
ROT boaipa' a at al n J w Boll at al
Joha Booth aa, Marriadaia Coal Co
Cora lb, bob ef M Uoaa v. la.id Aakay at al
I Freak Hntd
a, Jeae DifalB.
a. Cartla Koeaaa at al
fa. Jaavea Kr
ta. U.oi.l Millar
v.. Joba Llhtaer
Ta. Hoberl Here Pawall
ra. U W Ualleber, Adn'r
ta. t'ri.b Lloyd
Ta. Do Bon 4 rallrr
Tf. Cbriohaa Tabb,
TB. liari. Koee at al
Ta. Jeaoa Kirk Jr tartiror
TB, A llaraph'ey
a. Wi lleia A Wallae.
Ta. Frad Baeeaa
. Wolf, AMliaae
a V rlonaal.
i O Aakard
B H Bbllllo.ford
JobB M Camartoa.
A k Martia
Ce M Bank ef Clf 'd
t e w
Job. Irrla Bra'l
Tata WBBB, BT. 14,a,
r t A r Bold Oo I ta. 1 W Carllle
tb. L B Carlila
l..ba I H.ad
Tf. U Uaae.H Mcfh.reon
tb. Jekw A Miller at al
TB. A lleaerllof et al Kl'l
Ceta'ib.ttaeaf W Carry ra. J Kiekado et al
1 K Mania tb. Lydla I II. raw
tt.aoel Magotty ra. A a bhaw
Joba Meet. ra. W Lataer el al
.ridget Baaer ra A V Haitread Co
Jua K MaMarray Ta. Joha lrrla . Rro'.
H A Heldoa ra. "
O Malpor at al adea'rf Ta. Jajaea A Irtla
rJnydar.llal'aUaaat.tlaTt. J ,ha lrrla A Bra',
U J Hoar A Ce Ta. " "
U HaUeghll. ' ra. R i glawart
Jaeeai fort bob ef tb Jaaab Riaefall at al
J.aaBoyaua Ta. Tbeaaaa Farka at al
J ft Bieeert, ,aj,raa, ta. n Waetorar
Jama P Hal, tb. W L Uraaa et it
ELI BLOOM, rr,.!..
T)i: POR lAf.B.ft-TMrtaeR hlr.a of
J) Ilellea Beea (bleb I will aril ah.ap for
eaab, or eaebanga lor woaat. ror rurttiar IB'
foraiatloa eall a. or addraaa tbe and.rata;ned.
Not t, 1 tf. Claartald, Pa.
11 A IIM I.ANOa fOH BALK. Ia IIu.Iob
ard PlnetoWBihlpa,Clearlleldooanty. jffc
Kaaaoaable tlateatran lor part of iraroneM
aaouay. Prloa. Id Oil te flll.M par acre. fZ
Minora', reaerrea. l. Bliti', Areai,
erWiLL.oa A Kaaaa,
b.pt III, lotV-tf. Clrarield, Pa,
Public Vendue I
npUlillK will be .ipoied le publle aale at tbe
X raaidoaoe of the andorilgned la Lawrvooa
towBahlp.Bear CBrwoaarille, all e'clook p. m.,on
Thl RSDAV, NOVEMBER 10, U'D,
Tbe following peroonal propaHy, le wit : Two
frrab milch eowa. 1 bead of beef eallla, I fat bog,
I aboat, 10 turkey., 40 ebiokena, 10 guinea, Uu
buahala of oata, auu boauel. or oern, io bu.bola
of baekwbeat, 10 baabela ol rye, tf lone of bay,
a lot of eoralodder, 2 arapa of neoa. Tbe forego.
inc artiolea will be aold for ea.b.
Tbe following will be aold on time I Two
boreal. I tan buaar. 1 alalab. 1 mowar. I ui ale.,
I aela douhle harneii, I Bat lingle baraaaa, pluwa,
harrowa, .able ebals, Back yoke, grain eradle,
dinner bell, boiat j.ok. rida, I puiap.lalk ,e feet
long, and many other arliola too tadlona to
IBanlion. JAH.B Al, AltUKHl
Ulaarlrld, Pa., Nor. 1, 1870 II.
GEO. WEAVER & CO,,
Have epened Bp, la the itore roou lately oreuplad
by Wearer A Uatta,oa Seeond atreet, a large and
well aelerud itoek of
BOOTH AND SHOES,
Qt'EENSWAHK, WOOD A WILLOW WARS,
HATH AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Which tbey will diapeae of al reaeonabla ratea
tor Been, or oienaago lor eoBatrj produao.
(I EO R OK WEAVER A CO.
Cla.rfi.ld. Pa Jaa. . I87IK.
THR Penoirlranli Railroad Company will
ofer at Publie gala, at tba B'Trral atatlona
tedieaied below, oa
Thursday, Nov. 13thf 1379,
Commencing at Id o'clock A M., tbe tolloulng
deacribed article), aa designated, anlesa the
owners or consigners pay cbargea and remort
we same aeiore toe aay ol aale t
Vtttription of Good. Cgnn.
I Waft Ftore ......Jaa P. Curry
I fcnft Rone U'm Di.i.
I boa raiting tools ....... C. Mot).
2 boise M tobacco ........M. Griffey.
I hhl liquor, 1 keg do G?,,, W. Lane.
11 Cora ehellfps. IS IAU ltinB V a o.. J
1 ' ! ..Fred Pocket..
1 sew in mauthtna Il n D.
2 paper package... II. B. Fpackmaa.
i ooat .T.M. lhri.li.
Coll rope, box, raft store, pVg tools. J. H. Ruroh.
"ve..aerBa any aeiM ojD, Ht.in, RON DIOOOJ,
Bale rope j, w. Belt.
Ilele rone J Mr .i..ii
Belc rope, T. J. OanphtlL
Halt rope, naie raft toola J. W. Osmpiel).
Hale rope, bale rait tools ..T. J. Campbell.
Bo I urrbendiM... I a. i
pe 0. Frankbouser.
D. J. aVei-ariiuin
Bale rope, bale tools..
..Je. L. Gnraiaa.
YY. W. Mr.b.
J. II. In orris.
....... K L. I'ersBiore.
Canthook, bale tools-
Bale rail tools
Jobn A. Hylt-ti
-, eaRr. lgU njpej j, n, rD(taOJ.
Han stove, beg r. tools A ropc.Lcvi Sunderland.
I ilwill aw .1 j
r-" eonn nwan, or.
leter J W Ta........
t begs seed ...... A. C. Wiihaisi
B " -ooll Tt,ot. J YoiiB.
By order of
Sept. Traaspoiiatton. r. R. H.
Altoona, Pa., Oct. 22, l7tl 3l
Cheap Cash Store.
ROOM NO. TlinKR, OPKR HOUSE,
WHOLESALE RBTAIL DEALER Iff
Comprising Dress Goods of the very latest titles,
tHBiaiiaR H patn ui varnnwrar, aeeacaesier
Faaeiea, Alpaeaa, aad all manner of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Such aa C rotors, Mohair Lusters, Pleids, Dress
Miniroems, vrest ranaiea or tnt Wtry latest
st; toe, and as cheat ac they taa ht told
ta tbia aaarket.
Consisting of O lores ht Geate, Ladlec aad
MiNec II oca a r all ehedec, Hilk Fringea.
Lacee, Faaey Dress Butteaa Ladiea' -
Tire tt all shades aad at Ties, Oeffc
aad Coilara, Kibbeaa of all kada and
iualitiea. Jderiat Underwear, TriaaBtiaga. ale.
BOOT8 AND SHOES,
Qaeensirare, Hardware, Tinware,
Carpet. Oil Cloth,
LEATHER, FISH, Etc., ; '
Which .III be eel whoH-eare or retail. Will Uka
Country Produce ' "
la Eacbaaf. Sat Onai at Hai '
ci.. wu.i. Borrsa.
Oaela, Pa., tapt. , laJTt U.
- ?F-3 V.
ac- s - i-i
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OCr ft aftor IPW
H8 O tin J .
2'eOTrw?J I 'J
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F. T. HOWELL & CO.,
.Tf PORTiHS DEJILERB IJf
1216 Chestnut Street.
Pblladrlpbia, Oat Si, UTD-.'.m.
T. A. FLLCK.
NEW. NEW. NEW.
Fall and Winter Styles,
AT THE ONE PRICE DRY GOODS STORE OF
T. A. FLECK & CO.,
Black and Coloreil (."iihIiiiidiph, lirotaiie Dn-mi (ioodn, Plain Croh. Goods,
Now Slut wis, l.aUiea' Coata, Bed Flannclri, lirns' FlunntI, Klaid Flunntla,
Navy llluo HanncU, U'otorproola and l.adifa' Clollia, all colora,
Cnealmero., Mon'a and Boy.' Wear, linn Glnghamg, Cull coca and
Mntlina. Our atock waa never bolter. Our Ludiea' Slcirta aro b.autiful.
A. complete (Stock ut our uhuiiI ISargaliiri.
Plitmci, Flowers, AViiiK", Ostrich Tipa. all kinds of Fancy W Infra and Birds,
New Brocado Velvets and Silks, Suiina, Block and Colored Silks, Black
and Colored fSilk Vclvot, Kid Gloves, I.itlo Gloves, Silk Fringo,
Buttons, Laces, Corsots, Embroideries, Edging., Inscrtinga,
Linon llandkercliiofs, Ladies' Ties. KibbonB, Germontown Yarns, Zepbyri
and Fancy Yarns, Ladies,' Gent's and Cliildren'a Underwear, Ladiea,'
Gent'a and Children's Ilo.e. Wa don't intend to bare any storo in
PlAnvA,.lH nmintv hont. Haiti anvl hinrr atvln rtrroa nnantitv
quality, or ecllinfj. Give ns
T. A. FLECK & CO.
Graham's Building, - Market St., -
iiy jLin -
Send fof Bloatrated Circulir and Frioaa. Liberal Termt to the Trade. IK
Don't buy until you have seen the lightest running machine in
; the World, tho Ever Reliable "VICTOR."
VICTOR SEWINC MACHINE COMPANY,
MIDDLKIOWN, CO-NK sui4 Not 1U aa.4 Ql Waeesh Aetuava, CUICAU, UI.
aiAHKET STRKET, ( I.RARPIP.I.n, PEMN'A.
AH kind, of Casket, and Coflin. kent on hand, and iurniaheil In nrrler nn
short notice, Including tho finest aa
incturca. uur - -
Is the best In use. and will bo furnirhed
in anv Part of the count V. Cull at
your order, at Trnuiman'. Furniture
A UN OLD HAS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles,
SHAVED AND SAWED.
Carwenarllle, Jaa. VfB-tf,
Tbe antleralavea' will rail at private aale all
tbat traot or pare) of land aitaale lo laeatur
lowaahip, Clearfi.14 aooatr, Fa wtthia a abort
4litaaoa of tbe Tyrone 4 Cleerlial I 11. 11., end
e.ijiiintn. landa of Hubert lluilaoa and ateora,
Bad hooea aa lae Jarob B. Orartiivrt lot. Tbo
laid traot oriotaiain, SO arree more or le.a, wllb
two veina of valuable ooal thereon, baa about 311
aerea cleared, aad la tbe krv to a large b(4j of
eoal about being dcvel'ipod. Will be ruld low and
BpoB ear termi. Vor partlpulera, ap,lv lo
I'A v til ii. aitKrlri.
Cleartald, Pa., Julv II, UTS.
TIMBER FOR SALE.
Tht nndertvljrnrd offers fnr aale all tbr nine, oak,
ao'tlar and hemlook tlmhsr tn 411 acres nf land
to Ctearfff (dental?. PaMlee eonoitlilng the map
er atlas of the eoaiity, will And it ia Hrmiy r
township, adJnleiBK the Hell ttwaehip
line, and known as traot No. 4H TbiiTV
timber will ae held opra tot sale natil theM,
1st of Itsemi-er aext. Per fort ber aarUealare
apply to or address.
HKU. B. tlUUl'LANDKR,
OjtoWr II, W3 i. ClearAeld, Pa.
IU THPt Bit nfOMatretTe eid la Iheae )fe e fceed
tlmra, tbe prnii drnisntl Is fcar Ihoreuifcl
ireiDeil men for tioainre. Our IttiCnrion eft. re ua
BurptMstvd laoiiidM to jnuns; au1 aiutitte at-d wee.
9m eutNin fraHfWI t-Mtt sti A snort lint
trtlr ta rwoiiliM lo rtmilrik tt course ef studr,
VspebSMlixlil. i)4tMsl tr-tmrlrnn. Mtrft-aiseea)
Cater et an tlmp No T-riti.mt, K,r elnalet
aiwr- i. 111 rr hush, rii..tMrh.
1 hi It s Itotikhcvfilnt. iiil.ii.lil Ij ll4uit
arm; prlnirt tn n. on. ,.p fmrRwea
mm in Kir-m-e pni'itshi'i. a utk fur kuk.r
I'tiee, ai.v u, pai((i- fit tn.ii.
Oct ,TS la.
HOMESTEAD FOR SALE
ol Curwcnsville !
THAT w.ll.Ue.e rroperlyalteelaerj iba beak
ef the HoaaaebenBa river, la the aereaih of
('rw.aarU!. I'Ih.II u..,. a i k
tk HKSJAMIN HARTKIIOKN, deed, U
now eneren ror aale. enetete. about
i Thirteen Acres, '
Dpua wbiah Ib areete. a In. twa itery frame
flTAHLR, an. Ike Bter.rarv ant
kailrliaaa, sad alea a rk0WlM
eulslraI pare ai'MMI WATEfl . This
" very eeaiieoio araperte t.r . B,l,.le real'
7" '" la-ew efcred at PHIVATR
. w reaeeeaanle uraaa. Far tenher la-
I. r.l.tioe ta it. eall at tbe .reteliM,
ar apply la tba Baderelned la pereea tr Vy letter
""rrI . ItlKITItAL W. SMITH.
Attorney for tae llelra.
Cleartald, Pa, lopl Id, in. tr.
A. U. KiiP.-
I ELL), HA,
a calf and see for yoursolf.
Sept 1,79 1
simplicity! superiority n
implified; u maintaineU;
Improvements September, 1878'
nerlMr reirard for tbe demand of
progrossire bujc, we now offer to tbe World
Kotwilbstandiaig (Ua VICTOR hot long been
tic itr of toy machine iu tbo market a fact
jiported by a boat of Toluntccr witnantua era
cow confidently claim for it greater
aimplirity, a wonderful reduction ol
'-V friction, aud altogether liart Cm
hination cf btt'uaU QualitUa, For tela
by Merchant and other.
well a. tbo cheapest that can be maun.
when reauired. Funnmla attr.mlr.rl
mv office, on Sernnit arroet nr Ikbtr
Store, adjoining the Poaioffice.
JAS. Ii. LEAVY,
Clearfiold, Pa. '
f OOO BimilP.lJI.Orr,a Weaver . Ce.
ej, want five tboueand buakela of OATS, sow,
and will pay eaab or prodnoe.
CleardelJ, I'a., Aug. II, lllt-tf.
IJIXm-UTrllX' NOTICR. Netlee la here.
J by alven that Lrltere Tratamcnurr ob
I Iha relate of JOHN BYKHS, late of Kew Waaa
in,lon, ClrarArld oounty, Prnn'a., deeeared.
I harln. been duly framed lo tbe underlined, ail
t peraooa indrbted lo aaid eatata will pleaae make
i immediate paymant, and tboae bavin, elaima er
j ilemaade aireinat tha aama will preienl tbem
j properly autbenliratrd for orttloraent wltboai
j di'lay. MARGARET M. BYERH,
Xcw WaaMnftua, I'a., Oet. J, IS79-6te
If you want to see the finest Stock of
IS CLKARFIKI.D, UO TO
If you want to Buy the best Fitting
If you wont tha most Reliably Hade
If you want to bny at the lowest Cash
fnoes, go to
If ou want to see the best aswrtswrttof
If you want to tee a nioi selection of
Gents Fornishing Ws;
" If yon wtvnt to bny s -1 '
FINE HAT oraGOOD UMBEELLA, '
If you want to get the w,Vth f yonr
) ' Money, float M to go to'
Oet. ! Ul.f. ' " .