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TYRONE A CLEARFIELD BRANCH
ry and tfi.r Hominy, mat u, iit. ib.
V rnnansar Trataa will ran datlr I .soapt sna
dar.l hlMl Tyron.nad ClaarBald, n. followi
W. I. Piusnaa, Coadaator.
I.HAVK SOUTH. LEAVE NORTH.
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Laoonrd, S 40, Pon.lloB I" UO, "
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Bllr,.. 4 OH, " Siainer'i 10.11, "
Wailaaaloa....... If, Pkillnikurf It, "
Bin. lull, 4 14, (Iran. It.lD, '
Unbii 411, " BlutB.II I7,"
FMIIpiWurl, .4.JS, Wallaoatoa,...iOl.
IMnmr1 -4 , " Bigl.r IM1,
Hrjrnton 4.4a, Woodland, 10.4V,"
U.a.ola. 4.(1, " Barralt .....11.1)7, H
Powalloa.. ...Mi, Uoaard....... 11.11,
Huiuoil,......... IS, ." Claartald,..H.IS,"
Vdmo)oo,....M1, " Bi.rl4....ll.tJ, "
Tyron. Oil, Ourw.a.Tllla,.! l.Ua.n
Ulna Ball,... .
B.r rati, .......
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BALD IAOLI VALLEY BRANCH.
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t il (.47 Bald Eaf la
(.VI (.10 Julian
(.14 (.81 Alllalbar
(31 10.03 H. II. Ionia
(.48 10.18 Mlluaburg
U 10.40 Uoward
8.1.1 7 41
4 48 (4
4 38 (.33
41 H.l.nrrl.aL llavaa
TVMON H STATION.
PaolOa Eipraaa SilinlPlttihargk Eip'aa, 1.88
Jobnitown Kxprcaa (:81IPA0lfio KAprwat, (:U
aaaTwaao. a.m. I wkhtwaho. i
Dar Eiproll 11:801 r.M
Mall 1 ram, (:2 Waj Pmanf ar, 1:11
Atlutio Kiprall, (:8I Mail Train, (:84
Phlla. EiiirnM. 11:14 1 Kaat l.lna, 1:r
Oloaa ouuaaatluua inada by mil traina At Troao
And bock likvan.
8. B. BLAIR,
A atiKolaftTta Curweoivilladailr for Rajnolili
rilla, at I u'aloek, p. n., nrrlTinfrat RfrnoldarlHt
nt ( o'alook, p. m. Ramming, laafaa Kaynoldo
villa dally, at 7 o 'eloek, a. at., arriving at Cur
waaavillaat 12 o'clock, ai. Para, aaeb way, tl.
A otaga laaTai CarwaajTllla dally, at I o'elock.
p. ,lur DuBoU City. arr)lng at DuBuia Oil
at ( a'alaak. . at. katarmaa, Uaraa ilaBoia ai
T a'aloak, a. aa., dally, arrlringal CarwaaaTillaai
lla'OHWk, m. fara, aaeb way, (1.80.
Allegheny Valley BaUroad,
LOW GRADE DIVISION.
gTVIf and afttr Moaday, Aagurt 4th, 117.
Iha naanann-ar iraina wiU tub dally laiaapi
8uaday) balwcaa Had Bank and Drill wed, aa
EAHTWAHD.-Day Mall laaraa PltUbori
71:83 a. m.i Rad Bank 1 1:18 1 Blian Jaoatloa ll .n
New Betblrhaai 11:38 p. at I Mayinllt 11:30 1
Troy 1:11 i Brookfll a 1:33 I rallar a 1:00 lay
Boldarllla 1:11 1 DuBoil 1:80 1 Bummlt Tnnnal
S:l( Paalald l:41 WaadTllla 4:(8 Banaaatu
4:31 arrlraa at DriHwood at 8:10.
VV IvKTW A R D Day Mail laayai Drlftwaod
11:10 p. b.j Banatctta 1:03) Waadyilla 1:30;
Fonlald 1:46; Buoaiil Taanal 1:10 g UaBolil lJ;
Kayaoldattlla 1:H. rallar'aCIV; BroakTilla 1:31 1
Troy 8:44 Mayiiilla 4il4 Nw Bblab.aj 4:30 :
Bligo Janolloa (:ll Rad Bank 8:10 1 arrivaa at
Pittabarg u (:(Q p. m.
Tha Raynoldayllla Aaeonakodatloa laavaa
RaynoldaTilla daily at T:oo a. at. aad arnvoa at
Rad Bank at IttaO a. ai., Pitubargk at !: p. aa.
Laaxa Pitubargk at 1:18 p. a Rad Baak at
8:88 p. m.j arriving at Raynoldlvlllaat 0:08 p. aa.
Cloaa ooaotetloaa Bada with tralai OB P. A I
Railroad at Driftaood, aad with tratna ob tba
Allagbaay Vallay Railroad at Rad Bank.
DAVID MoCARuO, Oaa'l Sap'k
A A. Jaoroob, ftap'l L. O. DiT.
FA KB FROM
Ballafoata, Pa -....13
oa Hiddiatowa go ou
70l.Manalta. ( 38
(0 Laneaatar ... 8 80
80 PHILADELPHIA 7 00
00 Altoona 1 (8
80 JobaatowB.HMUM.M S 88
(SlTyroaa 1 11
T6I HITTHBIIRO ( It
Shingle Bolls & Saw Logs.
OarwaaiTltla, Jan. , '78 if.
New Marble Yard,
Voitt for Crmtlrry Lot.
A NEW MARBLE YARD Pall at J. FLA-
BARTY'rl Marbla Wotkl. Cboiao work and law
prloaa. Diraelly appo,lia tba Latbaraa Ohnrah.
Tblrd itravt. Claarllald, Pa., Marab 17. IH70 If
Sitate Normal School.
Eighth Normal School District.)
Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa.
A. X. 1U VB, A. X., Principal.
Tbt i Stbftot ai at praat eon H (at ad, eff-ra tba
vart baat faallimi fur Proiataioaal aad Clailaal
Balidtafi fvaalfiM, larltlnf and aaanttadlaai ;
anai'Ulvly boatad by itaaai, wall vvntnaied, aad
fn rat had wttb a boaatlial lapptj af para watar,
w!i iirlrg wa(r .
Luaatioa baaltbfalaod aaf afaMaaa.
Parroaadiat aacaarv aniarrMtd.
Teaohan aniiarttnectl, aawetant. aal alita U
DiM'pllaa, Irwi bat bral an) form aad tboroagb.
tUy avail a waafc dadaatlaa to thorn preparing
8tadati aomlttad any lima.
Coortat of tit-ly prvaaribad hj tba 8utat I.
Modal fakaal. I. Vnpv&tj. U. Stamaa.
Urjr, IV. vaDtla 4
I. Aaadaala. II. Coajonretai. XIX. MaiU.
Tba lltattwtar aad Kelaatlaa aoara ara rVa
ItMluaal, aad aladoati gradaaling Ibortia raaalva
tola l)iplaaiai.aaafcrf1ng tba follow tag anrrat
oadlng dgrti i Muw af tb Soiaaa. Orad
aaiai ia iba othor aauraaa twoatva Hataal Corn ft
ataa af tbolr aiutaoiaat. it good hy tba Foaalty.
Tba f rofMalDal aoaraaa ara libaral. aad ara
la iboroagbaaaa aai tafarbst la Ibaaa af aar baat
Tba State rrqa'raa a tghar ardar of altltaa
tbtp. Tba tiajw danaad it- It ta aaa of iba
rnwia abjaau af tbli Mboul to balp loaaaaro It by
rattbtog lata I It gaol and aAaUal laaafcora for
bar acbaala. Ta tbi aad It aoliaiu yoanf aar
at 4 good abiliti-a aad gnad paraoiaa-4baa
wbo Jaro ta ttaprova Ibair tiaM aai laatr ta
aata, a atudaau. Ta all aaab tt praalaaa aid ia
doratoMag Urair pawara aad abaadaM af porta
altiat far wall paid labor attar taartag tabaol. -for
aataJefaa aad tortot ddraaa iba Phaalpai.
trace a Laaaa'ra vara aa.
I. fl. Bartao, M. A. taak, laoaa Browa,
t. M. BtobiWd, ftadwaal Cbriat, A. M. ftauk, E. .
0b, T. a Mippw, Ba., . f , ataOomtafc, In ,
W. W. Eaabia. dOBH A. MOBB.
t or aw taattaaa. .
!H. A, O. Carilap Ha. B. t. DlwTaabaah,
oa. Jaaao Morrill, Maa. Wai Biglar, J, O. 0.
Waawj, . MUtor MaOanalatg Bm.
, riWJWaM Board of Trwotaaft.
I MTT.fciB VaCOKMTQK. Wmt
THE MANSION HOUSE.
Oornorat HmobiJmic, Mtrkt ttinwu.
THIS U (. niptiioa Houl ht. darini
lb pftil fit, bu nmTg4 ! out) iti
(vrnr eapavolt for thr OQUrt.tonett of iun
(nul fwilf. Th whuL kutlJlDK kM b
rtfyn.tihd( lb pruprUtor will ipr
ptlai rmdt kit guU omforublt whiU
pTh MtBiio Bom" OsBibai rant to
tvad fron lb 1im tm lb urlrkl ud dtpKinarv
of Mb tr.iD. W. O. CAHDON,
July II T7 lf Proprutoi
Market Btreel. Clearfleld. Pa.
Wa, S. Br fed ley, formorljr nroprUior of tfat
Ltonard HutiM. bavin lei
HuUl, wltoiu h ibmr of nublt patroDtga, Tb
Hium but btoa tborouf hljr rtpatrod and lowly
furnlibad. and cuviU will And It t Bloaaaat atoo-
piu plM. The trnbh will b aapplkd witb tbt
ht of ovorything la ibo nrkit. At tbt bar
will b foootl tho trait wlnea and Hquon. (Jood
tabliag attaabfto. WM. 6. IJHaUUEV,
May 17. I'rupriaior.
(Cor. af llarkat a Vront atraata.)
Tha aadaralgaad bavlog takaa ebarga of tbli
Hotal, woaM mpaauull; aojlolt uubiie patroaaga.
itBdia, ia. a. ana run auan
MEW WASHIKOTOS, PA.
a. D. ROSE, . . Pioraiaron
lloata, 18a. Man and boroa oyar Bight, II 01.
Man aad two boraaa arar aigbt, i,80.
Tba bait of aooomoaadatlana fur nan and btaat.
IT NEW WABUINUTON. PA.
Tbli aaw and wall fnraiahad bouaa baa baaa
tAkaa by tba aadar.lgn.d. Ha faala aonlld.nl ol
balng abla to raodar aatllfaotloa to tkoaa wbo aaay
inTvr am wiin a oail.
May (, 1(71. O. W. DAVIS, Prop'f.
Tabla alwaya aoppllad with tha bait tha markat
anorda. T&a trArallng pablio ii InTitad to oalL
Jan.1,'78. ROBERT LOYD.
County National Bank,
OP CLEARFIELD, PA.
fy OOM la Maaonlo Bnlldlng, ona door north ol
g y u. u. wataon I ilrug Btvra.
Paaaaga Tlokata to and froni Llrarpool, Qnaana
towa, Ulaacow, Loadoa. Parla and ConanhaM.
Alan, Drafu for aala on tba Royal Bank of Ireland
iao impanai nana or London.
JAMES T. LEONARD, Pr.i't.
W. M. SHAW, Caabiar. Janl,'7T
DREXEL & CO.,
Mo. ai Vouth Third Street, PUIIaJelphla
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Applioatlon by mail will roaalva prompt attea
'Inn, and all Informatioa ohaarfully furalabad
Ordtrt aolietad. April U-tt,
P. K. ataROLD. . W. ABMOLtt. J. I. AKVoLfi
F.K.ARNOLD 4. CO.,
Bankers and Rrokers,
HojnoldaTllle, Jefftraon Co., Pa,
Moaay rvnaivad an dapoatL Diaoonnta at aa-
larata rataa. Raitara and Poraiga Eiohanga a.
aaya oa band and collretiona promptly alada.
Roynolda.illa, Duo. 10, l(74.-ly
J L. R. DEICIIUOLI),
tl 11 G BON IIEKTIiT,
Iraduata of tha Ponaiylraaia Collara of Dant.l
Snrgary. OOoa la raaldanoa of Dr. II i III, oppoilta
io ranw imuaa. MOB I J, fH'tl.
DR. E.M. THOMPSON,
(OOca la Baak Bnlldlng,)
CarwctuTlila, ClcarOnld Co., Pa.
J. M. STEWART,
(OBoa la midaaoo, Saoond itraot.)
Hltrona Ollda Gaa adatlalrtarad for tba pala
u oxtraotloa of taath.
Olaariald, Pa., May I, 1877-ly.
CIKIENAKIKOI bar.br In form ar aa.
O troni, aad mankind la gaaaril, Ibat I ba.a
ramarnd aiy aaaaawking abop to tba room 1b
tirahaa'a row, afar 6. 1. Snydar'a Jawarry atora,
ana mat l am pray rad u da all kind! of wort
in ar Una obaapaf tbaa aa athar abop la towa.
All work warraatad aa good at aaa aa doaa aar-
aaara alaa. Pualtiraly tbii la tba h.apaat ihop
in vicaruaia. JUO, u. fAaHinu,
Don. II, l(7i-tf.
Tba aodorilfard hal aa hand, at hla ihop la
Two-horse Wagons, One-horse Wagons,
Spring Wagons, and Suggit,
For aalo. Waitara wagono ai wall ai thoaa aiada
bare. Any of wbleh will ba aold obaap for aaab
or approrail naourity. For fartaar Informatioa,
aall la aaraoa a4 aiy ahop, ar addreia ma by lattar.
Claartald, Pa., April 11, 1870-tf.
The Bell's Run Woolen Factory
Pani tawnihip, Olaariald Co., Pa.
Tba labiart bars baya, at graat otpaaiOtratrBiHa
aalgbborbood Booattity, Ib tba oraatioB of a ftrat
alaai Woolaa Maaafaatery, witb all Iba aiodara
liaprovamaali altaabad, and ara praparod la raabo
ail hiada of Clotba, Cauiaiaraa, atlaatta, Blaa
batt, flaaaala, Aa. Flaaty af goodi oa haad to
apply au aaroia aad a tboaiand aaw auttanart.
waoio wa aaa tm aoaa aaa aiaanaa aar ivoai.
Tba bariaaaa of
CARDIN9 AND TULLINw
will roealro oar aipoolal atuatfoa. Propar
arraagaaiaBta will ba aada to roooira aad dalivar
Wool, ta toil aaatooiara. All work warraaiad aad
doaa apoo tba bortatt aatlaa, and by itriat attaa
tioa to baataasi wa bopa to raallaa a libaral abara
of pabiw patroaaga.
IIMMKI POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
Wa will pay tba bigbaat aarkat priea for Wao
aad tall oar aiaaafavetmrod good at low aa ilaitlar
goodt aaa ba boagbt ta Ibaoeaaty, and wbaaaror
wa rati 10 raadar raaaoaabla aatiaiaatioa wo aaa
alwayi ba faaad at hoaa roady to Biako pro par
oapiaaatioa. aitoar ib partoa or ay lattar.
JAMRS JOHNSON A BO IS 8,
f4l9r NnWM P O
Wan Id raapootfany aatify tba pablle gaa orally
taai a aaa rotaaaaa an uraoary eiora rroai
aaawt Kow, to too aaiidlag ffamarty ooaapted
by J. Milaa Kraiaar, oa SaaoaA atraat, aaxt door
to Biglor'i kardwaro atora, wbora bo latoada
kaaatag a M Haa af
rUMS, DRIED BEEF aad LARD.
SUOARS aad II RUM, af all (radaa.
TEAR, Snaa aad Bla.lt.
COFFEE, Roaaud aad Ornaa.
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
AU kind! ia tb aurbai.
PICKI.I8, la Jara aad barrali.
SPICKS, ta arar torn aad rarlaty.
' DRIED 1PFLES, .
Coal OH and Launp CMnn7t.
Rad a faad aaanrtaaat af thaoa taiifi . ally
baa4 la a tnaary Mara, whWb aa will aaeb aaa.
ar markaU at aaa martat prlaaa.
WHlail kr auk aa abaaply aa any atAar aaa.
naaa aall aad aaa kit Moak aaw Jadta far
WEDNESDAY MOIlNINll.NOV.lt, ICO
BlGOTll Y,FAA'A TICIS.V, FALSE
HOOJJ AAV LIU EL COM
Chester county is a toot wliero
"Chriatiun Slulonmon" are cuhivated
and neroi'suro ronJerud into aoldiora.
and philanthropy core the whole
ground. Duller, the Itudical candidate
lor Slate Treasuror, and liooten, the
Chairman, all belong there. We, two
weuki ago, published a portion of hla
uddros as a novolly. We now produce
that ol ibo Chuirman of llio Radical
County Committee which partake ol
some novel venom. lie assumes that
bis readers are dull and stupid if not
knavUb. Read what be says :
To the votert of Chester County :
You are the citizens of a county
whose allegiance to tin principles ol
liberty, tree thought, froe speech, and
free ballot has always been staunch,
devoted and unswerving.
You will remember, notwithstand
ing the efforts of Democratic leaders
and Democratio nowspapers to have
you lorgel It, tbat there was recently
a war against secession, "'bis war wu
brought about by tbe Southern wing
ot tbe Democratic party, becauso tbe
Irce liberly-lovinif and loyal nenulo of
the Norlhorn Slates had said through
their representatives in Congrcmt, I but
luo oarDarous syslom ol slavery, uu
institution peculiar to the Democratic
organization, sliould not be extended
into tbe territories. They also affirmed
and declared, through tbe sanicagoncy,
tbat we were a nation, witb a capital
N, and that no Slate bad either a right
to secede from the national Union, or
what is tbe same to resist and attempt
tne nullification 01 Its laws. And af
terwards when disunion, the monster
begotten by Southorn Democrats and
their Northern allies, reared its hydra
head, and attempted tbe destruction
of the Hovornment, you with the rest
of the Nation were called upon to give
of your manhood and substance to
build that mighty bulwark, which for
tour long years resisted tbe repeated
assaults ol Southern slaveholders,
Southern Democrats and Northern
The triumph of right and your re
ward wasat Appomattox Court House.
Ibat war, aided by cerium Constitu
tional provisions, established at a cost
ol lilu and treasure unparalleled in
history, tbat we are a Union of States,
owingan allegiance toa Central Power,
and that tbe Northern people will
fight to keep that Union made au
preme by the Constitution, lloroovor
it was supposed that one of tbe issues
and outgrowth ol the war, it bad been
finally and f'orover settled, that all men,
without distinction of race, color or
previous condition were free and equal
before tho law, and endowed by tbe
highest power of tho land with certain
Acting in this belief a magnanimous
government instead of hanging the
traitors that bsd jeopardized its very
life and existence innucd to them a
proclamation of universal pardon.
Then, willingtotrust them still further,
their political disabilities were removed
enabling them as of old to participate
through representatives of their own
selection in the National Councils.
How has the Government been re
warded for the trust and confidence it
reposed in unrepentant rebels? Listen
and see how the devilisb spirit of
wickedness, tbe ruling genius ol Month
ern Democrats, which first tried to
shoot and stab tbe life out of the (iov
ernmont, has again, like the snake
that the husbandman carried to bis
fireside, turned and struck the hand
which extended forgiveness, shelter
incse Boutnern rebels were no
sooner installed again in Congress than
they at once, with the aid of their
Northern sympathizers, the Demo
cratio party in tbe North, which is
merely the tail to tbe Southern Con
federate dog and wag whenever the
head moves, begs nofa boi ics proconcort
ed assaults and menaces against the
honor, integrity and prosperity of tho
country. As an example, par excellence,
ot tbeir Impudonco, they began by
domanding indemnification lor tbe
losses tbey incurred in tbeir efforts to
dostrov the (iovernment. Thev nt
tacked tbe plighted faith ol the Nation
in seeking to repudiate the National
Debt Thoy tried to starve tho Gov
ernment; and cripple, the administra
tion of iUaffairs by withholding the
necessary appropriations. I boy at'
tempted to deprive tbe disabled veter
ans of tbe war, and the widows and
orphans of those thoy htd killed ol
their pensions. Tbey strove at the
lost Presidential election through tbe
oaioiui agencies ol bribery and cormp
tion to hoist into the place that has
been so aoiy ami honorably tilled by
patriots, such as Washington, Lincoln
and Grant tho colossal animated fraud
of this or anj othor age. And this
same embodiment of chicanery, cheat
ana aupnciiy is again to be (appro.
priatcly so) the exponent and bead of
Democratio principles in lHso. Since
the Confederates got into Congress, all
tbeir labor bos been to strip tbe Na
tional Government of its constitutional
power and enable any Slate to resist
the National laws and jurisdiction.
ibeir arrogance win and a niting con
summation unless you are prepared
to prevent it in the accomplishment
oi what tbey now openly bint at and
design tbat yon, the people ot tbo loyal
States, tho bone and sinew of the
country the ''mudsills and irreaav
mechanics of tbe North," as they have
been pleased to call you will yet be
oongeu to eoninnuie to the "Southorn
chivalry," wbo sought to pull down
mis nouie structure ot good govern
ment erected at the time of the .Revo
It is hardly necossary to call your
attention to another great danger tbul
is threatened and in loci already fairly
inaugurated in the Soutborn States.
Your newspapers have informed yon
bow the Democratic party in tho Rebel
Mates are trying to build tbeir Solid
South on the ruin of tho Constitutional
right ot suffrage. Tbe man, who In
tbe South to-day dare to assert his
manhood and express his loyal con
victions, ia a marked man in tbe com
munity. U is socially ostracised bv
bis rebel neighbors, and in mysterious
and ominous way be is informed tbat
be must leave the country. Should he
have tbe temerity to remain, he carries
bis life in bis baud, for death lurks at
tbe muzzle of shotgun from behind
every,iree and lence corner.
the right ot suffrage is lbs very
life-blood of your institutions, and
when it is subjugated by wicked ter
rorism, and red handed murder, (none
section ot your country, tbe cry lor
help and assistance tbat oomee up
from that land of dark deeds is borne
to your ear with a warning Import
It UIUtm that you iBustarouaorour-
selvos, and by your ballots burl back
Uu despotic power which is grinding
into the aonl of onr free institutions.
The contesi In this State on Tues
day next it tb skirmish line of the
bailie to be (ought ta 1880. Captur,
tb oatpost ana lb eneray it yours.
As a people you bare do sympathy or
affiliation with tbs oppressors of your
fellow-men. Tb right o! fro thought
and fre speech wa long year ago
engrafted and rooted into year oil.
Tb land that you now inhabit wa at
on Urn iba boras of th oppressed
sod peraecoted, who her sought an
asy Ian for Oa pro taction and devalop-
mont of llitiir fuitb. William I'onn,
fxcnpintr from the tyranny ot Joidcb
II. lounu among your bills una vaiioyt
a pocuro relrohl an J aanutuury, tliut
had bueii duniod him ill Enluiitl.
You tiro mon who tiaro sprung t'rum
tlio loin, of palriotiu lircn. Whun
Great Britain by force of anus sought
tocoerco tho colonies into suluniK-iion,
your ancestors wcro ranged in the
ranks ol the patriot army and your
land became a part of the camp and
hattle-flcld in tne struggle for liberty.
Muine.Culifornia, Ohio,)lowaand Lo'o
rado have nobly asserted the right and
justice of our cause. Let the traditions
of your households, nnd tho time hon
ored associations ly wliic li you are
surrounded, stimulate und inspire you
with tho determination that us a part
ot that grand old Coniinonwealili, the
ICtiysloiiu in the arch of the Union,
tbat you will not, as fitras yourubility
extends, permit a parly to come into
control uf the Nation upon a policy ot
hate for its conxiiiutionul supremacy.
Jas. K. JIcFaklan,
Chairman Republican Co. Corn.
West Chester, Pa.J Oct. 27th, 1879.
Could a more huge libel bo written
against any neighbor by anybody
claiming to be half civilized. Mi-Far-Ian
is either a fool himself, or he sup
poses that bis readers belong to tbut
class oi unfortunates.
THE SOUTHERN BLACKS.
Wo find tbe lollowing in the Bulti
mote Sun :
Mr. Kdward Atkinson of Boston,
wbo gave to tho public last Spring bis
personal observations on the condition
of the colored people at tlio South,
and iortilied the view lie took uf their
general welfare) by tho testimony ol
N orlheru residents in that section, now
tt renditions Lis position in a lettor to
the Now York Herald on thu cotton
crop. He points out that tho crop ot
colion of 1878-9 was the largest ever
raised; tbul from 1870. to 187U tbe in
crease has been progressive ; tho ex
cess of ten years of free labor amount
ing to 6,459,3(13 bales, lie argues tbat
tbeso nnuruiouscrops buve becu mainly
raised by tree labor, all tho Republican
talk about tbo oppression ol the no
groos as a race is absurd. She South,
be says, "possesses the control ot a
crop which commands tho gold of the
world, ana a lorco ot laborers more
easily and effectively directed by those
wuo manago them with justice und
tact than can be found elsuwhero." A
Slate capable ot producing this iron
cannot permit its laborers to be abused
or cbeulud. His point is that their
sell interest is opposed to such ul'use.
and that through the operalion of iliat
Inluiest, if from no higher motive., the
occasional acts ot injustice attributed
to tho whites will Uo put down by
each Sluto "enforcing tbo keeping of
tho peace by i'.s ownconstubles, assur
ing justice by its own courts, and pro
moting economy and thrift by its own
methods." The Herald, in com men ting
upon Mr. Atkinson's statistics and tho
deductions be draws from them, re
marks: "Do is right; but we intend
to go somewhat lunher ilian he. li
seems to us tbut a population which
produces so constant and bo great a
crop is not abused. If tho negroes ol
the South were really in tlio sad con
dition in which it pleases some of our
Aortbern politicians to represent ilium ;
if tbey wcro murdered, oppressed,
robbed and cheated everywhere, it is
not possible they would produce now
a greater cotton crop than the largest
tuiuer slavery; mat tho crop should
bo increasing year by year, and that
besides the cotton tbey should produce
also, as they do, a larger amount than
ever beloru ol tbeir own food sunn tus.
In tbe presence ol then facts, while
there may be many individual instances
m which the colored laborer has tieun
cheated, just as white laborers are
wronged at tbe North, it is nonsense
to assert tbat there is general oppres
sion, terrorism or cheating of the South
ern blacks, and the Republicans may
as well give ap that point in their
urgumeui a untenable, i boso vindi
cations of tbe Southern whites from
tbo charges preferred against them by
the Republican "stalwarts," if not com
plete, go far to provo tho injustice of
tbe aspersions of tho latter and tho ob
vious propriety of letting tho Southern
people work out the cure of cases of
wrong doing through their local courts,
reinforced by public sentiment.
THOSE B RIGA DIE HS.
Tho rebel brigadiers elected to places
of trust and profit is a staple cominod
ity of the opposition, which they cry
ir. season and out. This is to raise the
war feeling for political use. Then
they respond to that feeling by refus
ing to elect federal brigadiers. "What
loots we mortals be. Votors are caught
by the demagogues' ory, and bliaded
by tbeir acts. If thoro is anything at
all in this war feeling, it ought to re
spect most highly the men who gained
distinction in tho war, and when they
are up lor ollico they are entitled to
the volet of those men who profess to
bo such ardent lovers of tho Union
that Ihey must act at all times under
the influence of that fueling, liul is
it so? Evidently not. Wo know that
the records of tbo past show but very
lew federal brigadiers in Congress,
they are seldom elected to minor
ofliues, and the politician will take
the same good care to keep them re
milted to private life in tho future
And in this tbe Rudical voter will con
cur even to theextent of voting against
a federal brigadier and lor a sluy al
home, provided the lurmur happens to
be on the Deinocralio ticket Uf this
we have a recont contpiouous illustra
tion in Ohio, where General Kwiug
and Rice were beaten in a bloody-sbirl
campaign, w here the leader ol the op
position "novor sot a squadron in the
field," but played the part ol' a boss
counter jumper during the eniira war.
There is no principla In Ibis. It In
party; blind, infatuated adherence to
uariy. A davmnablo spirit, that shut
out, condemns the very representative
mon of the contest sought to be fought
over, and in a spirit kindred to that of
old which continually cried that there
"could 10 nothing good come out of
Nazareth," opposes a nominee, be he a
soldier, sailor, or tbo wisest and best
of men, lor no oilier reason than that
be calls bimsclt a Democrat. There
is no principle in it, and the men so
blindly led are but muro creatures in
tbe bands of a mob of oBice holders.
UNBArrr radicals. A cotomporarv
put it in this light: "We trust no
Legislature will ever do so Indecent a
thing, but there is nothing in tbs Con
slim lion to provent the Legislature ol
any Sluto from duvolring tho appoint
ment oi .'residential elector on tbe
pound-keepers, the sextons, or tbo sew
ing societies of a Slate, 'i bo Constitu
tion leave tbe wbole matter to I he dis
cretion of the representative ot the
people of the Stute in Legislature a
seinbled. 'lb men wbo made the
Constitution wer States rights men.
aa much as Anthony, of Rhodo Island,
and It did not occur lo them that they
should arrange for the choice ot (lee-
ton by a process supervised by Deputy
Marshals, supported by Federal bayo
not. This is sad affliction to the Radi
cal managers, but they will bar lo
endur it.'i'horsisn'tmucbin ths Con
stitution tbat I satisfactory to them.
1 bey ar even disgusiod with th Fif
teenth amendment since Uijah Gilbert
disappeared from tbe Senate and Robert
Smalls vanished from the House. But
tbey muit try to put op with things
a they are, until they can change
thorn lawfully, If they go on bowl-
g and gnashing tbeir teeth at tb
Constitution thev will get ihemselvos
so eriouslj disliked that life will b
SEXATOtt THVRMAN ON THE
An Interviewer from tho Cincinnati
Enquirer, tho morning alter thu tluc
1 called to sue SenutorTburmaii this
morning, and lulked with bun upon
; the unexpected result ol the oloulion
of Tuesday. Tlio Senator and hi
wife had a suilouf pleusunt rooms at
tbe Beube-Tburnian mansion, but they
spend moot uf their time in his i.tlle
ono story office or libra ry.whicb stands
rt tho side ot tho aforesaid mansion.
The office or library is a rt lie of his
law practice Ii Is small and diny,
but i'4)inforluMi, and contains a very
tine library, which tho Judge gathered
before liu bucaino Senator. Dure 1
found In in with hi wife, which he
calls "Mary," with us much foudnow
as though both were young und in
iheir honeymoon. I asked tlio Sena
tor if ho wasn't greatly surprised at
tlio result here in Ohio, lie admitted
tliut ho bad confidently expected lluil
it would bo different, but. added:
"While it is a surprii-e to me and a
disappointment, been mo I want
ed to see the Democracy curry
Ohio this full, siill, so fur as I am con
cerned, it will re lieve me of the duties
of an arduous position, and giro mo a
chum lor rest, which I need."
"Tho Republicans claim tbat this
victory of theirs wipes out the Demo,
cratiu pttrty in Ohio, Senator. Do you
agree with them?"
'Wipes out tho Domocrutio parly?
Why, no! The Democratic party tan'l
no wiped out I I believe it to be in
destructible. H will never die so long
as we buve a form of freo government.
You might as well try to make me be
lieve that the woild would bo burned
up next week as that thu Democratic
party can boduslrnyed while this Gov.
eminent ii a Republic."
"To wliat do you ascribe this tri
umph of tlio Republican parly 1 Never
before did thoy make so determined a
fight in a Stule contest."
"They made up their minds that they
must curry Ohio or their purty would
full to pieces. The Republican party
is a different political organization
from the Democratic one. It must
now and then make a tremendous
struggle to retain existence, and this
was one ol tho occasions. It is now
grasping for power, and powor with it
means a great centralized Government,
in which all the Slates shnll bo ab
sorbed, bo that they shall bo nothing
more to it than the counties are now,"
"A Nation, as they coll it ; not a
Union of the States."
" Yes, a great Nation controlling
everything within its borders Irom one
bead. This ibey seek to obtain by the
aid of every means at their command.
The money power, tho powor of patron
age, by raising tola issues to alarm
thu timid, and every other device they
can invent is brought ta assist them to
attain this end. See the great corpor
ulions that ore springing up every
where. They will look at a State
charter, but must go to Congress to be
incorporated. Railroad companies, tel
egraph companies and banks must nil
bo chartered by the United Stntej
Congress to carry on business. For
merly they were content with Stalo
charters, but now they won't have
them. This shows the drill of affair
toward centralization. I will noi say
tbat it is a moiiui-ch they want, but
they certainly desire it to abrogate the
rights of the States and lo make it all
into one generul Government. And
tbut is where the Democratic parly
must make its fight in tlio future."
THE ELECTUUAL VOTE.
There are a few doubling Thomases
among Dumocrula of tbia vicinity wbo
seem to regard the loss of Ohio by the
Democracy as fulal to tho prospects
of that party in tho Presidential con
test of next year. Such men have
evidently paid but little attention to
tbo aspect ol attain as presented by
the lutcst elections held iu the Noitb
and West. A careful survey of the
field shows tliut the Democrats are not
us liable to deluat as would appear at
first glance, but Bland more than an
even cbauce ol success. In tbe North
tho Democracy can safely luy claim to
tho Mutes ol uonnocticnt, Indian
Now Jersey, and New York. There
may bo some who will dispute tho
possibility ol currying New York. Tbe
present split in the Dumocrutio ranks
may lose the State lor the Democrats
at the election next month. But a
year benco this dissension will bo
healed, anil tbe Democracy will pro-
sent a sold front Wilb a united
Democracy the Stato is certain to Cast
its electoral vote for tho candidate of
tbo party, whoever bo may be.
A look at tha complexion of tho
next Electoral Collcgo presents the
following as tho probable and almost
positive stutus of that body after tbe
election ot November, IiisU
ssMocfcArio .TATaa. aareaLtctN arama.
ltfral Volt Blutmrmi Voir
Alabama Is Oallfornla
Arbani.a t 0 orado H A
Ooansalioat t I liaoi, )1
Da'awar.n 8 Iowa. , H. II
Florida 4 Kama! 8
tleorxia II Maina Hl 7
In(ilaoa.,,H M Maaiaehuialtl 1,1
Kaoluaky I'i Mmbian w II
Loaiai.aa b iamnaaola 8
Maryland 8 N.braib. I
Uiaataitpnt, H t NaraiU 8
Miianarl 18 Naw lla.mn.bira 8
Now J'rfay s Ohio M, a
Naw Yora m 88 P.anaylvauia Stt
North Cara'lna . Ill Kboda I.land d
Houth Carolina........ T VvrtBnl M A
Traoaaaae H.,H.... IS
T,.i.i. Total Mi
Wtat Viriiaia 8
Oraana. , H I
In tbe above computation we give
tho Republicans thu Stales of Illinois
and Calilornia, which may fairly be
considered doubiltH, and granting ihom
both Oregon and Wisconsin, it will be
Seen thai alley cunuuk, wny- ttivlhfftt
of figuring, command more than ICG
electoral votes, wntcn is 1'J less than a
majority. With a candidate lor Vice
President from Illinois such a man
asGrncral J.M. Palmer, Tor instance--i
lie Stale oould easily be carried by the
Democrats, and in I but event the parly
could afford th loss of New York.
But, as we have said, the existing
broach intho parly in that Slate will
no ttoiibt be healed long before tbe
I'ro-iilenliul ch ciinn.and with a united
Democracy the Umpire Hiato will bo
Liemoeraliu to the core.
Wo can afford to allow the Republi
can party to lake Ohio and yet win
tho battle In 1S8U. There Is margin
enough to work upon, provided no
grave blunders are committed. In
tact, tho result in Ohio sotiles all dis
cussions on the financial question, and
o eaves the wy tor a rousing Demo
cratic victory in 1830. St. iW Globe.
M indicants. A grasping old fraud,
named Nicholas lloueb. wai arrested
in Philadelphia recently for begging
on the streets. Investigation disclosed
tb fact that ho resides In Camden in
a fine residence and is comfortably cir
cumstanced. Besides the bouse he
lives In ho owns other property, but
ia spit of this he pretends lo be a
cripple and begs constantly on the
street Mora than one half tbo tramps
ar ust liks this psltorn.
KvtniriTLT Mad. The Philadelphia
Recutd man hit somebody a compound
blow right between the eye in Ibis
way : "Ot all the Confederal Briga
dier who have managed to procure
reaerat oinoes, th one lo whom Is
cfinHiIrd th management ol tha Post,
office Department tt th mosloonsom-
Jack frost haa whipped Yellow
Jack, In (pita of tbs National Board ot
THE UNCERTAIN JURY.
General Chalmers, ol Mississippi,
says be has been called on by Republi
can papers "lo amwur tho statement
..-(' i ii- , .. . . .
in iii-nt i-ui 11 oouiord us to the trial ol
Gully for the murder of Mrs. Chis
holm. Hut he proceeds to give the
me uicis in nut wuy :
"General Woodlord stutes that tho
jury were fairly drawn and selected ;
tliut if the Judge erred it was aguinst
the prisoner; that the District Alter.
ney had prepared bis caso well and
pioBOcuted it wilb ability, and tbut he
us ussistvd In the limsoontior. hv
Judgo Morris, one 'of die ublust crimi
nal lawyers ho had ever met. Mrs.
Chisbof u swore tbul sho saw tho nris
oner shoot her daughter, but in this
sue was iiutiy contradicted by a num
lier ol uniinpeaehed witnesses. Mrs.
Clsvholui was more likely lo have been
exci'ed ut the time Uiuu thu other
witnesses, uud, therefore less liublo lo
give a correct statement of lhe facts,
ibo jury, who by law are tho solo
judges of the facts, buheved tho other
witnesses, and found Gully not guilty.
For this verdict General Woodlord vil
lilies the jury and the country and the
Republican papers ask that a search be
made through the statutes to aoo if
some measure cannot bo found whurnhv
the Nation cuu protect its citizens. In
other words, whether the Nation can
not takeaway from a Missssiiiini Dom
hocral, when charged with killing a Ro-
piiuucan, me rigniof trial by jury."
It is very easy for Republican news
papers, determined to force the con-
vietion of somebody or slander tho
whole Boulh, to declare that this ver
dict is un outrage, but these partisan
newspapers are not required by outb
to weigh lhe testimony. Somebody
utigiivi-eriuiiuy 10 oe punished lor tbo
Chmholm massacre, but not simply on
political grounds. Ii is miforiuiialo
tbul the wretched sluto of affairs in
Mississippi, growing out of lhe Ropub
lican policy ot muKing carpet-bag
thieves and plantation negroes the
rulers ol white men ol property and
churuclor, should have borne outrages
lor which the entire Democratic party
ot me country is hold responsible.
THE PENXY TRADE.
Tho Philadelphia Record of the 29th
of October, in alluding to the coinage
business at the Mint in that city, re
"There is no prospect of a dearth of
pennies. Philadelphia is the only pluce
where the smullesl coin ol tho Repub
lic is turned out, and at tho orusenl
moment iu fact, for fully three weeks
past lhe combined efforts ol the coiners
nuve been directed to the coinage ol
dollars of the duddies. Under the act
of Coiigrots two million dollars must
be coined every mouth, and, as tho ca
pacity ot the Mints at San Francisco
and -Sow Orleans is limited, the bulk
ol the work lulls upon thu one in this
city, i he reBull is that Colonel Siiow
duu bus boon compelled to discontinue
the coinage of what aru known as
minor coins cents and three and five
cent pieces much to tbo annoyance
of would bo purchasers, who, in person
and by letter, besiege the cashier's
oiitco day alter day.
It was staled on Saturday at tho
Mint that S3S,U00 worth of pennies
could bo disposed ot inside ot a week,
no great is lhe demand. A month ago,
bvfuro the coinage was suspended,
Iroiu 81,000 lo 1,600 north were sold
daily, and the books are now tilled
wiib ordeis from ull pails of the coun
try. The officials were taken aback
ou Saturday by tbe receipt of a request
Ikiiii sun r raneisco lor pennies to tbe
amount ol 81,000. Tbia is staled to
be the ni-st order from that part of tbe
country tor many years. Various parts
of the South ure also beginning to tuke
some slock In cents, lurgo orders buv
nig been received Irom Ueoigia and
Alubama witbin tho last tew days."
For shopping and local trade metal
money is what tho pooplo want, and
if the Government is to be administered
on sound moral principles in tbe future,
It is just what the taxpayers should
enjoy providing they earn It
LET IT BE SETTLED.
Wa learn Irom tho Philadelphia Rec
ord that tho constitutionality ol tbe
Marshal and Supervisor laws lor the
regulation of Congressional elections
is now before tbo Supremo Court.
Writs of habeat corpus are asked in six
cases ol convictions for violation of tbe
National election. Fivo of these con-
victions ol local election officers, for in
terlering wilb United Slates Marshals
and Supervisors, were found at the
close ol 18i8 in the United Slates Cir
cult Court tor Maryland. The sixth
case comes from Cincinnati. Attorney
General Devent. in arguing lor the
constitutionality of the laws, takes the
broad ground ll) that Congress "has
full and unqualified power lo regulate
tho manner of holding elections lor
members thereof;" (2J that this power
"includes authority to adopt whslevei
measures may bo deemed necessary or
oApouieni., ioi iiiai congress can pun
ish "any inturlureiice wilh the officers
charged with tbe execution of such
laws ;" and (4) that the statute in
question "are appropriate for carrying
into enoci ine power granted to Con
by the Supreme Court the decision
would have an important effect upon
the political situation. While strength
ening the position of the Republicans
ii wouni go lar to modily previously
entertained opinions with regard to
tho dividing line bulween National and
Slate authorities iu relation to the
conduct of elections. Tbe opinion of
tne oupremo Uourt on tbe point in
volved will bo awaited with greater
iuleiesl than usually attaches to the
judgment 01 our highest judicial tnbu
Hill on tlli-pilleil political u,llellnna.
Stat Rkiuts. Tho Supreme Court
oi mo u tilled out tus has declared that
Tha pavpla of tba Uult-d Stataa (aot th. loa
arnuiamj euBititttta ano N.tlun nadir ana It.
arnmont, and tbli duvaraiaant, witbin tba anbara
wi kiw.i. wim waicn ii ia ia. ataa, la aa
).i.ia. Oa ib. otbar ban I, tba aaupla at a-b
.!' niwpDHiouii, a.vi.if iia owa uotira
mant and aadowrd wtih alllbefuBatioBiaiaratlal
tn an lnd.uaiid.ot and aaunrata aal.ianca. Tba
Slain., ai.untlad. misbt ouutinao to anal. Witb-
iat lb. Stalaa la aoiga t.ara ouald oa ao luob
nu.lv aa iba uanad Hiatal.
This deliverance is plain enough and
specific unougb lor every man to com
piubund, and it contains in a nutshell
all that the Democratio party claims
in regard lo tbe question ol Slate
ftignis. in the luoe ol this declaration
the idiotic bowl of llooton, Chairman
uf tho Republican Slate Committee,
ought to disguut every intelligent vo
ter In feiiin-ylvaiiia, and tbe solemn
warnings ot the smaller parly mouth
pieces, all over tbe Commonwealth,
against what they call "the heresy of
Siate Rights," mb llio veriest bosh
imaginable, These howler ara
either as ignoraut of th tru theory
of our Government r'ederaland Stale.
asajackassis ol psalmody ,or they must
have an abiding eonnndvnr in the
ignorance ol their followers.
airs. Harriet Lane Johnson ba been
on a Tisit to Mereeraborg Tor tb par
poss of nurchisinK th spot of ground
at t'ovs Gap, thrse milt northwest of
town, arLicli i known as th blrtb
plarenf ber uncle, Pratidunt Buchanan.
U rt. Johnson propose to erect a mon
umont to the vx President's memory
at that place.
Robert Bonner' eighty-seven essl
ntT horses, which wer told In Naw
York on tha 19th nil., broaght otsr
133,000. Had thesa nag belonged to
pltio John Smith they would probablr
hav broaght only abont onatsath of
5,000 Rail Road Ties
I'urwanivillt, Pa. Jaa. , '78-lf.
Improved Spring Beds,
MMtKET 6TRGKT, NBA II P.O.
Tho uDdariiKtiod hftt Imti to Inform th ttl
to urCltMrttoiil, and tba tubli Kvnarall;, tbt.1
b hM on bftrid1 h Ud kaiortuirnl of Kuru.tura,
aoli m Walnut, Cliwtnul nod l'inlcd Cbnbei
juitfli, Parlor Hultei, Kolining nJ tixtemioo
C but rt. Lftdiei' acd UeutV Eny Cbairt, the Par
fomtetj Dining (.nil Parlor Chain, Can Ktatiand
Windmr lbair, Clolboa Han, Step and Kitan
id iaudra, uai naaia, BoraijiiinK uriunea,
MUULDINU AND IMCTUHI Kit AM ICS.
ooklt'it Ulmni, Chroma. Ao., wbleh would
illaMe for llohda preMntt.
WIT Jit UN TROITTMAR
Re-Union of Trade
rTMlK on'lri(fned wlphinf to lofotra tlio puMis
At thfiold iUnd in Trout. He, CUarflold emint,
i'n.,n ino i sin mil., wilb a full hook uf
lHY COOim, CKOCERIFl, NOTIONS,
lltwln, Shoe, i:ic.
lo foot overt thins to be found In n flrat-olaM aturo,
all uf wbiufa I atn dolormintd to ll at tbo lowtat
Will find it to tbeir athnnUffa to do their dealing
with no, aa tbo bi ft heat prieei will he paid fur
Grain, Shitiflm, or Produoe of any kind. Tart
or one half oaab will bo paid. Trading for
oninities or isuiuber or any kind a ipaolalt. Alao,
Singer Sewing Machines,
rfarine mad. .rranaamflnt. with Kaiifra. mar.
ebanla n aall goodi furniabad ma, tharafor. anil
And ira, aa 1 will ba .aabl.d to anil chaapar tbaa
ina . n.aprai. J . w, CAKLILK,
Trnut.illa, Pa., gapt. II, 'Tt.!.. Aj.nl
TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE
Hu openfld, In a building on Market afreet, on
tbo old Weotern Hutel lot, Appoaito tho Cowl
Uonie in Clearfield. a Tib and .Sheet-Iron Mana
factory and 8 tore, where wtllho found at all times
n mil lino ot
bouse FUEirisnnra goods,
St07os, Hirdwaro, Etc
llnuaa Spouting and all hind, of Job work, rapalr-
Singer Sewing Machine
A npplr of Manhina., with Maodlcf, An., at
wnra nn band.
Tarina, atrloll aaab or ooaetrj produce. A
anarn oi pntronag. aulloltaa.
O. t. MKRKKI.L,
Claartald, April ii. U7T-II
Wheeler 8c Wilson
Family Sowln? Maohiao
. A'Eir i.rrEjrrio.r.
Staight Needle, S.ljnt, Easy Running
At the farls Exposition, 1878,
Wheeler A Wilson received tho only
urana rrixe awaruea lortruwing
Machines. Ovor 80 com
petitor. Report of the American Institute of New
j onion tne n neeierit mison vacnine
" We do not hesitato to dcclnre It
Tits bist Stwisn Apparatus in the
Tba N. aad No. ? Maaafaatariaf MaiB.a
araaancaiaiiyraooaiaiondad for SliUKHAKKKii
3 doors East of Bank,
WHEELER dt WILSON li TO CO.
1338 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
April 1, lalS-Sav.
PORT GRAPE WINE
red tn the prltolpal Chnrobea for OoianwiloB
Eacoolltmt forL&iioB MidWoakly
SPEER'S PORT CRAPE WINE J
rot'R rc.i R.l OLD.
Tlbli ClrbraM Nntlra Wla. I. a4a front tba
JL Jala, or tan llporta flrapa, rala.4 la tbia
tounur. If laralaabl.
Tonio and Strengthening Proportlo
ar. anaarhtoMd b ant otbar Nati.a Wina. Iu.
Inn; tha pnrajaloaof tha Urapa. prolaoad antar
air. rpaar a owa prraoaal aonarviilon, IU parit
an aaaaiaaaaa. ara aaarantaad. Tba mumi
ehll. nj.y partaaa of iu paaroua o,aaliila. and
i-w I...,,, nan 11 in Bfl.Aa'an. It ta
tad, aad aaitad In th rarinal ailaania tbai mt.
paniruiari. annana at a. IBa anas aaj A.h 111.
fret tha saakor tat. It ia la ar.rj niat A
UIIIU .n ID bvi l.n nu 1
P. J. SHERRY,
Tbo P. J. BKKRRT lo a WIm flnu.
x. u . " p.mee oi uo fftiitlea ojoellOM
ot ibo crane freei whieh it la aada. for Parii.
RiehBosi, riavor aad Medleliial Freparllea, It
win w itnii oeieeiiM.
P. J. DRATtTD Y,
Tbia KPl!tnrrt..J,....i i.tLi. u .
blBS lar la parlor for aiadlsal pnraini,.
tT IS A PVR dlatlllalloa from IhagraMaad
aaalAlaa f ala.bla audlaal f raparUni.
It aaa a dallaata (arar, ilaillnr lo that af tha
arapno from abioh ta la diaillk. asd la Is fraal
fanr aaioaa trM-alaAa famlliaa.
a) thai iha atrnitora of ALFRID RPIRR,
ii. .ii M. J.. La aaa Ik mA a. k I
SOU) STE V. QSATTAM.
F is, itfP l.
a jfl 5
b0 JU p.
f lira i
Our ten awlKfttunt.
falliibad rrarr Wadasadaa bj
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Haa th l.arreat t'UTalatlon af any paper
la Kirthwtatara Frunaylranla.
Tb large and constantly increasing
oiroulution of tbo Rkpuulican,
rondure it valuable to butinoss
men as a modiuni thro'
which to reach th
TKB.nl or SUBiOaiPTIOM :
If paid in advance, . . . f 2 00
If paid after throe months, . 2 60
If paid after six months, . . 8 00
When paper are sunt outside of tbe
county payment must be in advance.
Ten lines, or less, 8 times, . (1 50
Eucu subsequent insertion, 60
Administrator' Notices, . . 2 60
Executors' Notices, . . . . 2 60
Auditors' Notices 2 60
Cautions and Kstrays, ... 1 60
Dissolution Notices, . . , 2 60
Professional Cards, 6 line, year, 6 00
Spocisl notices, per line, ... 20
YKAKI.Y ADVERTISEMENTS :
One square, 10 lines, . . . f 8 00
Two squares 15 00
Three squares, 20 00
One fourth column 60 00
One half column 70 00
One column 120 0(
We hsve always on hand a large stock
ol blanks ol all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
Ac, 4o , Ac.
W ar prepared to do all kinds of
. IN THE BEST STTLB,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Geo. 11. Ooodtnnder,
ClearBeM Connty, T.
CASH or TRADE.
Ourw.nirllla, Pa., Jan. , 'IMf.
MOMiV TO I.OAbJ.-On tr.l ,1... m.
pruvrtl farm prt.partv, by tba .Mutual Mia
luiuranra Cuaipnojr r N. Vn'rk, on tr.l url
sac., la rami trou (l.tut an. For furthar m
tuiuaiiwB appl totbi. unS.raijtnatl.
I1I KXTIML W. BMITU.
Cleartald Pa., Ma; Tib, IBTt tf.
A'Bank thatNcvrr Breaks.
Try My fonl.
The tinder Myoed adila tbia nelhod of triform,
irif ibo uuiiirioua -nua eta, ibal bia ! bank
il not ftUiultr arrenfiDirot (!, but ibm ll
will be t-t-eralrd In lhe huturuer m well aa Win
Ur. 1 alalia that bavetbo
Ecbt Coal in tbe Market,
and will aall It for enh, or a fiehange for floor,
lord, grocerier, ete. Large eootraoti will bo
natlo at a rei; auall mAt. For (ull partloularo
oail on hi iroraoa, reaidiof in one of Urehen'a
uper buuiea, or addreaa no thniugh tbo poat
iifl.ee. Onlera left at tb puatuQice will reralre
pr npt attaoifoo. TII'.H. A. DI'CKKIT.
t l-arfield, Pa., Jaa. b, lf7V-tf.
r. oui.iro. a. m'corklb. a. IKILIRDI.
GILICH, SkCOBKLE & C0.'S
Market fttrtrt, Clearfield, Pa.
Wo Bianufaelnro all blnda of Furnltnro for
ChaaitierB, Dining Hooma, Librariei aod llella.
It joa waat Furniture of oy kind, dua't buj
BBtil Jf-tt aee nur atnrk.
,Jw. Hilt V-' j
la all tt. branchci, prcmplty alicndwd Co.
OI1ILCH. MpCOKKLK CO.
Clanrllalu, Pa., fab. t, 78.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS & STA TIOXER Y
Market lU, Clearfield, (at the Fuel Oflirc.)
Till. ttDdenigned bega luave to announce tu
tlio eltitene of Clearfield and flclnitv, Ibat
he haa fitted up a room and baa juit returned
from tbo eitj with a large amoaM of read ine;
matter! eon luting la part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blauk, Account aad Paw Boo It a of erery da-
toriptioD ; Paper aod Envelopea, French preaaed
na pimin i rena and renrtlf i lllank Legal
Paper, Ieetla. Mortcaceat Judjrmei't, Kiu:p.
don asd rrumitarT aotea; While and Parfh
uieat Brief, Legs) Cap, Record Cap. and Ull! Cap,
sheet Muaio, lor either Piano, Flute or Violin,
ounaiantlj oa hand. Any bouka or eiatlonary
deaired tbat I nay aot have on hand, will be ordered
bj Ant oipreaa, and told at wholeiale or reuil
to auit ouatomera. I will alao keep pcriodtonl
literature, auoh ai Magatlnei, Now).af.eri, Ac.
f. A. HAIJLIW.
Clearfield. My T, lf8S-tf
A NEW DEPARTURE
L II T 11 i ll S B H U G .
Hereafter, jrooda will bo told for CASH onty,
ir in exchange for proJuoe. No booki will U
eept In tho future. All old aeeouati muat be
eetUod. Thoo wbo oaonot oaah ap, will pleaao
haad over tbeir no tea and
CLOSE THE EECOED.
I am determined to tell mr coodi ax eaih
prirea, and at a diwonnt far below that erer
ofierod la tbia eleloitv. The di Mount I allow mr
oaatumert, will maketbem rleh ia twenty year If
the follow my advice aod buy their food from
0. I will pay en-'h for wheat, oata and oloTer
wed. DANIKL Wi IOU1.A M K H.
I.uthrral.urit. Jannary 17, 177.
HARTSW1CK & IRWIN,
PAINTS, OIIS, DYE STUFF
or all KiNiie,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
for mod to thai parpoaea.
Truaaoa, Supporter, School Booki and btatioa.
ary, and all other art Idea n anally
found la a brag Store,
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CAR.
PI LLY COMPOUNDKU. lariDt a larff ev
perlene la tbe baaineaa tbey aaa five entire aaU
J. . UARTHWICK,
JHN P. IKWIN.
narlt. nrmKtr t. 174
HAva no irrxcT
IN FRENCH YILL.E I
I am awai-o that there ara eome peraoai a llttta
bard to nleaae, and I am alao a are that tba
oomplaiat of "bard tlmea" la wall aigh uaiTtraai.
aea ao auueiea aew ibat 1 can tatiify tho
lermer aad prove eoneluatvely that "hard timea"
will aot effect tboae who hue thir trnnda iVi.b ml
aad all myatraa ahall h Initiated Into th e
UOW TO AVOID HARD TIMES
I aar. (owl. aanmk tn .nm.lr all tba lnk.lt-
lanta In Iha low.r anS nf tha anuntr birk I aaH
at aieaFdln( low rntaa from my a. moot, atora la
FSl'LHONIH RO, nb.ra I aaa al.ayi na toand
raalj u wait apoa aall.n an anpflj tkaat w.ik
Dry Goods of all Kinds,
Sank a. riotha, R.tln.tti, CnaaiaiarM, Mnilia.
Dalalaaa, Llnaa, Orilllaa, Call.naa,
TrlBBiBf ., Ribbnna, Laea,
rUad aiad. CIMklng, Uaau n4 HkMa, Uat. aad
Cnnn all nf tna kaat malarial aad aiada tn ardar
Uoaa, soek., Ul.iai, MitUas L.eai, Htblnai, 4.
0B0OKRIM 0 ALL KINDS.
Oofna, Taa, Sarar, It lea, Malaaaaa, flak, fait
fork, Llaaaad Oil, fl.k Oil, Carnan Oil.
Itardwara, Qaaraiwara, Tlnwara, Cattn(i. Mow.
aad flaw Caallnsi, Nalli, Bntkai, Cora CalUra
tori, Cld.r Praaaai.and all kladi af Aiai.
rwfana.rj, Patau, Varnlak. Olaai, aad a (aaaral
aaortn.nt of HtAtloa.ry,
Of dlfaraal krandl, alwayi aa k.nd, aad wlU k
anld at tka la wait paaalkla Ifarai.
J. ll. St.ClAtn'l Madlelaaa, Jara.'. H.dl.laaa
H.lvatlar'. aad HMtaad. Bllvm.
IMS ,oana af Waal wsatnd lar wklak tka
klakaal nrlna will ka nala. Cla.araaad .a aaad
aad far ant. at laa lawaat aarkM prtaa.
Alas. Araat for fltmitoaalfla aad Owrwnnavllla
SavCall as4 aaafar Toanalraa. Taa will In
aarjlblti, wwaJI. kapt Is a ntail atora.
L. M. OnCDRlKI.
rrasokrllla t. 0., AafnM U. '