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"Penniiy 1 van I 1 roiid
TYRONI A CLEAKF1ELD BRANCH
ON and after Monday, NOV. 10, 1ST, th.
i'asieager Trains will run dally (exeenl Sun
days) between Tyrone nnd Olearfleld, u follow! i
RWerrlew....... .1.10, F.
Vaneeoyoe,.... 9.14, "
Summit U.M, "
Poweltou, 1M0, "
Biiyntou 10.17, "
Onlii 10.M, "
Ulna U.1I,....10.S7, "
Blgler 10.0!, "
Woodland 10.I0, "
Barrett, ........1 1.07,"
Hlferlew 11.14, "
.4 01, "
4 51 '
P1IILIP6BURU A MOSHANNON BRANCHES
r. n. A. n. a. .
0:10 13:04 4:01
4:66 11:61 1:67
8:60 11:46 8:60
1:51 10:48 7:44
1:57 10:51 7:56
1:07 1 0:58 8:01
V13 11:03 8:00
8:46 11:40 1:46
8:10 11:86 8:46
8:36 11.30 1:30
8:30 11:36 8:90
BALD IAOLI VALLEY BRANCH.
P. M. A. H.
7.08 4.30 leave Tyrona
41 11.18 arrlraL. llayan
PeelSo Kiprau 8:14
Jobnitown Eipraaa 8:51
Day Eipreu 11:64
Mall Train, 1:37
Atlaatia Kzprall, 8:61
Pbila. Kiprau, 0:33
Pittsburgh Eip'H, 1.68
Puotue Kiprau, 8:18
Cloia connections nada by all tralni at Tyrona
and book unrsn.
i. I. BLAIR,
A stage leaves CurweusTilledelly for Raynoldi-
Tille, at 1 o'clock, p.m., arriringat Reynoldirilla
at 6 o clock, p. m. Keturnlog, leeeee neynoius
villa dally, at 7 o'elook, a. m., arriving at Cur
wenivilla at 13 o'olook, m. Para, aaoh way, $3.
A Itaga leavei Cnrwanavlllo dally, at 1 o'elook,
p. m., for DuBoli City, arrlvina at DoBoti City
at 8 o'elook, p. m. Heturning, Teavee LuBolf at
7 o olook, a. in., daily, arriving at torweaivllle at
II a'eleok, m. Para, aaek way, $1 .60.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW GRADE DIVISION.
"N and after Monday, Anguet 4th, 1870,
J the nawongar trains will ran dally (except
Sunday) between Ead Bank and Driftwood, ae
KTWARI. Day Mall laavoa Plttiburg
8:66 a. m.j Red Bank II:I6 Bilge Junction 1 1 Mils
New Bethlehem 11:34 p. n. Maylvllle 13:50 1
Troy 1:11 1 Breokville 1:86 i Poller'e 1:00 i Rey.
noldivllle Ml DuBolil:50; Summit Tunnel
8:10 j Penleld 1:41; Weedvllla 4:05 ; Beneeotte
4:31 1 arrives at Driftwood at 5:.
VV EBT W All D Day Mall leaves Driftwood
11:30 p. m.; Beneartta 1:06; Weedvllla 1:30;
PenOeld 1:48; Summit Tunnel 1:10 ; DuBolll:16;
neynoldevlllel:51; Fuller's 3: 10; BroobvilleS:33;
Troy 1:64; Meyiville 4:14; New Bethlehem 4:30 ;
Bligo Junction 6:11) Red Bank 4:30; arrival at
Pltuhurg at 4:00 p. m.
cT The Reynoldeville Aecotomodatlon leaves
Reyuoldsville daily at 7:65 a. m. and arrives at
Rod Bank at 10:60 a. m., Pittsburgh at 1:30 p. m.
Leaves Pittsburgh at 3:11 p. m.j Red Bank at
4:46 p. m.i arriving at Reynoldirilla at 9:06 p.m.
Cloea connections made with trains on P. A I
Railroad at Driftwood, and with trains on the
Allegheny Valley Hailroad at Red Bank.
DAVID McCARIIO, Oin'l Sup'L
A. A. Jacisok, Bup'l L. U. Dir.
FAKE FROM CLEARFIELD, TO
BellefOnU, Pa..... 13 05 Mlddletown ......5 0
Look Haven 1 70 Marl.iu......... i 44
WillUinrport. ...... ISO Laneaitar.. 140
Huntingdon 180 PHILADELPHIA 710
Lewistown. ........ 100 Altoona 1
Maryivllle.. 4 40 Johnstown- 144
CuwaoiviUe.... 1(1 1 PhiliDiburi. ......... 41
Oicaola 06 Tyrone 1 13
HARRISBURQ ... 475IPITTHBURO 4 14
Shingle Bolls & Saw Logs.
CurwennlUe, Jan. , '78-tf.
New Marble Yard.
Jo(g for Ctmelery Lots.
A NEW MARBLE YARD Call at J. PLA
HARTV'S Marble Works. Choice work and lew
prices. Dlreetly eppoiila the Lutheran Church,
Third afreet Clearlald, Pa, Marah 17, 1870-tf
State Normal Ncliool.
(i'jAffi Normal School District.)
Lock naven, Clinton Co., fa.
A. JV. RA VB, A. At., Principal.
very best faoilitfea for Professional and Clasleal
Bulldingl rpaelons, Inviting and eommodlous t
eomoletely heated by steam, well ventilated, and
fttrntrbed with a bonatlful supply af pure water,
eon epnrg water.
Location healthful and easy of aieess.
Surmunding soenary nniarpaseed.
TeMbera experienoad. efficient, and allvt to
Diaslplina, Arm hut kind, uniform and thorough.
Pfty aeata a week dwdwetlen ta thee prewiring
gladeols admitted any time.
Ceuraeaof etody preaerilied hy the Sute; t.
imei noaoel. ll. rnparatorr. 111. Clemen
tary. IV. golantilo.
I. Aeadamlo. II. CommeretaL III. Mute
The Elementary and Seleallle ooarea are Pro.
faaslooiil, and atudeau graduatlag therein receive
Slate Diplomao, aonferring the following eorreew
ponding degreea t Maeter of the EeWneae. Urad.
nates In the other ooureee rooolve Normal Oarlil
oates af toalr attalamonta. algaad by law Faculty.
The Profeeeinal ooarses are liberal, and are
In tboronghnaos not Inferior to those af ear hoot
The SUte requires a hliher order af sltleea.
shin. The limes demand it. It Is ana of ike
prime objeots of this aohool ta help to saeare It by
inrniining mutagens aaa emeioal taaaaers for
ner senoois. lo tais and H atriieita yoang per.
aoas of goad abilities aad rood nurnoaar tboeo
wna aaaire ta tmpreva laeir una aad their tei
anla, as stadenta. To all aueh It aremmea aid in
developing their powers aad abundant eppertw.
kitlea for wall paid labor after loaviar eehoeL
For catalogue and terms address the Phaeipal.
BOARD Of TRUSTIES i
J. H. Barton, If. I), A. II. Bast. Jacob Rrcwa,
S. M. Blckford, Samuel Cbrlil, A. N. eUaa, . .
Cook, T. C. Hippie, Esq, B. P. McOormiok, En
W. W. Kaakin, JOHN A. RODS.
Uea. A. O. Onrtle, Hon. H. L. Dietaaback
hm. Jesse Merrill, Moa. Wm. Bi.lar, J. C. 0.
Wkaley.B. Millar McCerajIek, Era.
Praddeat Beard af Tract aes,
I. MILLAR WeCORMIOR, rberetary.
Improved Spring Beds,
MABKBT STREET, NEAR P. O.
i i t i.... t. i.r,.m ,h .111.
lum unuvr.ixiivii wB" "
ens of Clearlald, and the public generally, that
ha has on haud a 8na eelortment of Furniture,
such as Walnut, Cheitnut and Painted Chamber
Suites, Parlor unites, nociiomg w.
uualre, i.auiaa anu ueww r " ,
foratad Dlalag aad Parlor Chairs, Cane Seats and
Windsor unalrl, noiuea wera, 0f
slow Ladders, Hal Racks, Borubblng Bruibsa, dtc
MOULDING AND F1UTUH rnaaKB.
eoklnr Olaiiei, Cbromas, Ac, wbloh would .
Bltabk for Holiday praseats. -
dcnl0'7S JUMP inuniiasn.
Re-Union of Trade.
rpilK undersigned wlihlng to inform the public
X that he opsncd a
At the old stand In Trouivlllc. Clearlald county,
f a., un me iota rosi wivn a iuu we w
DRY C(M)I), GROCERIES', NOTIONS,
Boota, ajhoea. Ktc
In fsot everything to be found In a Irat-olasi store,
all of which I sut determined to sell at the lowest
FARMERS AND LUMBERMEN
Will H-J ll ten i..ta. mjlmanlaeMiA An lhati s4at,lln
with n. m thi hibit phcM will lt ptiii Ivr
or ono-h-Ji onb will lw p-'d. Tradlof fur
HhlncUi or Lumber of nj kioJ idmIaUj. AIm,
Singer Sewing Machines.
Hm-IbsT UKdi imnpnioti with Eastern ntr-
chaiDU to H good furolifiod n; tbetefor eall
n& tet, u I will Imj liabltil to tell cbesper than
the ebMpeit. J. W. CAHLIhK.
TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE.
Itu onened. In a bnildinr on Market atreet, on
the old Weitarn Hotel lot, opposite the Court
Houae la Clearteld.a Tin auu Bbeet-lroa mana.
factory and 8tore, where will be found at all limes
a full llna of
house Tvzmsmxot GOODS,
Stores, Eardv&ri, Etc
House Spouting and all kinds of Job work, repair
ing, Ac, dona eo ekort notice and nt reasonable
ts. Also, agent for toe
Singer Sewing Machine.
A rapplT of Mftehintf, with NowIIm, 4c, at-
wy od hand.
Tfrni. itriotty oaah or oouotrr produo. A
hart of pfttrongt Mltciud.
u. b. Hunnnu Us
ClMrfletd, April n, im-tt
Bm bora l eotiatADt
1H by tb publlo
for oror twrmty J
and 1 Iho boot prirtUloi
mv lnrmtti Ar BEBTOB
HfO GHAT HAIR TO IT
vnxvruwvi. volob jurn
At rappUOT MM Will
food and volar to tho hair
KlADila without auinlBc tho
kla. It will facroAM and
thlekea tho growth or tho
hair piWTool Ua Uaaohtaf
and fklllnf off. aad that
It cures Itching. Erup
tions and Dandruff. Aa a
BAIB DREHHIMO It la verw
deelrmble, (trla( tfca kalr s
sllkrn aoftsHaai which all
adnalrw. It kawpa th head
clcaa, Iweet and bawl thy,
win ohaaga tho hwaural to a BROWN ar
BLACK ai dlaerctlom. Balsul la auaa
preparation It la eauUy applM, aad
wredueea a parnaaswak color that win
wad wash off.
R. P. HILL t CO., NASHUA, I. H.
SeM sr all Dealen la Sieklae.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used In the principal OkarekM for Communion
Excellent for Ladles e.ai'WwklT
a ii. . a a "
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE I
FOIII rfUiRH OLD.
This Oeleantad Kallre Wine Is made from kVa
Juice of the Opart drape, raised la thin
County. Ill Invaluable
Tonic and Strengthening rropertlo
are anraraaaseol hy any other Native Wlae. Be
ing the pure Jeiaa of the Urepe, prod need under
Mr. dpeav s awn ttcrsonai sepervisten, its parity
and genuiaeneas are guaraaurad. The yeungeot
ohild may partake of tta generous qualities, and
ine weaaMt tavaiia are ll I aovaaoaga. 11 is
particularly benanelel ta the aged aad debilita
ted, aad suited ta th various atlaecala that af
fect the weaker cel. Tt Is la every raapeat A
WINS TO BK HILIBO O.f .
The P.J. SHERRY Is n Wlae af Srpcrlor
uaareeier, ana paruaec or ua goiaea quallltes
et the grape fram which It Is enad. Ve Parity,
Ricbaees, Flarar aad Maicenal pasrtlas, it
will ha found aiBaxcallcd.
being lar sapcrlor far medical purpeaea.
IT IS A FORI dletlllatlea frem Ike grape and
aaaulaa ralaahh) mod leal prep.ru aa.
It he. a dallaalc lame, similar ta ikat ef ah
grapes free, watek to la duutlled, aad Is la great
favor among Sratla Ikmlllaa.
See that the eirnatnrt af ILfRIt) Spggl
Pnaaak) M. i-, aver tb. cork of each kettle,
BOLD ST S. W.
ii, iiti if.
1 1 m
TIMBER FOR SALE.
Tha nadenlgaed efevs for sale all the pine, oak,
fioplar and bemleek timber cn 414 acre of laad
11 Olearleld coaaly. Parties consulting tke map
or allasof iheeoeaty, will lad It la Brady
towaahlp, adjoining the Bell lownihip 5Aat
line, and ktiewa aa tract No. 1444. ThiiiaV
limber will be acid oped lev sale nntll tnc ..n
1st af lleoeuiber next, for further partlenlara
epply 10 ar auare..,
UKO. D. OOOULANDKR.
Oclcber 14, Mlk-lf. Clearlald, Pa.
E. S. HENDERSON,
el sara.-ieiis. a. wsianat
BUKHHlilK, fCfllla. . '
fTMll sahacrlhcr now olers to the eltlaaas af
X Burnslde and vicinity, an unprovided
specialty. Hereafter all klnda af Caskets aad
Oofflns will be kepi on kned, and orders llled at
onee. - . 1 . ,
Funerals Mttndrd dnyuihtrt. '
I will furalsk tha laast as wall aa the cheapest
artiolec dedicated to fuaeraw. All order, left at
the .tore of Joan 0. Coama will reoeire prompt
attention. For further partlonlara, eall on , or
address m. S. HBKUEHdOM.
Dec 18, 187-lf.
GEO. WEAVER & CO.
IUv optQd op, la lh itort room laUly oerupitd
wwii arwsajuiang. mwvm VI t
Dry - Goods Groceries,
BOOT AND BH08H,
Qt'RENBWARS, WOOD A WILLOW WARE,
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED. SALT, &c.
Which they will dispone of nt reaeouable rates
for scan, ar eiohaage lor aouatry prodnca.
OEORIIK WEAVER A 00.
Clearlald, Pa, Jan. 1. 1471-tf.
James Li. Leavy,
H t vice Tnrt)hfttxl tb ntir (took of Frd.
SavektHt, hereby fiff toilrm tbal k bu moTed
Into the room Utel j ecenplcd hj Reed A HftTrtj,
on Booond ttrt, whtra nt ! prfpred to offer to
of tho Utott luf rvveit pittornig at low prloot.
HOUSE FUBNISHIN3 GOODS,
Gas Fixtures And Tinware.
Kealng, Bpontlng, Plumbing, Oar litting, and
Repairing Pumps n specialty. AU
Anything In my llna wlU ha ordered special If.
deolred. J AS. L. l.KA V f.
' FRED. BAOKETT,
Clearled, Pa., January I, 1174 if.
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
Cheaper than vr at the itoie of
RfHlN MO. I. PIK'B OPERA HOIFMB,
W hvi Jut TCoolTed tbo Inrgcut
and beat lelootcd itock of
BOOTS & SHOES,
That has ever com to town. Also,
all to new noveitioa in
BOLE AGENTS FOR PKRKI5B'
Driving Boots and Shoes.
Rubber Boots & Shoes.
Give ai a call and eee if we don't
cell ohenpor than anybody else,
otto, r. moor n,
ClearleU, Pa gepL Is, 1871-laa,
Cheap Gash Store.
RtMlM Un. THRKE, OPEHA UOIISB,
WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALER IN
Oamprlalng Dress Oaods of the very latest "l.les,
aeaalstlag In part of Cashmeraa, H anoho.tcr
Fanetee, Alpaaas, aad all manner of
Fancy Dress Goods,
luoh m CrotoBt, lfohftlr LiMon, PUidi, Dmi
Uinitbuii, DrM PmoIm of tbo Tory Uttt
ttltt. oad u Af u tbot em U toll
ta ULf ntrliit.
C.nrirtlag af Olerot for floats, Ladle, and
Mieaea. Ho af all shade., (ilk Vrlegca,
La a, Pane? Drees letteaa, Ladlec'
Ties af all shades and etvles, Oafs
and Oellera, Rlhacnc af all klnda aad
qenliliee. Morin ll nam wear, Trtmmngs, ate
BOOTS AND 8HOE3,
Queeniware, Hardware, Tinwrt,
Carpt, Oil Clothn,
IXATKEE,FISH, EU., . ,
Whisk wW ha said wteWssia ar retell. Will lake
la Bxrkaaca far Gaoda at PI ark at pricwa.
f lrarwVId, Fa 4Vmt. , lT ff,
W1DNE8DAT MOKNINll. MAKCII l, IIM.
Marj had a Wllllain oat,
And ke wel Week a. jell
He followed Mary 'round all JJ,
And liked her f you Just hel I
Ua want with her la school oad da; I
The teacher kloked bim oat I
, II made the ehlldroo giio, jua know,
To have that goat about.
But thoutil old WbMVere U"JV .VuVH,',
Tet still hs lingered near 1
He waited Ju.t oul.ide the door
Till Whack'am did appear.
The William ran to meet that ninn
He ran bis level beat;
And met him Juit behind, vou know
Down Juit below bil vest.
Old Wbaek'em turaed a aouersaultl ; ,
The geat stood on his bend,
And tier; I curbed heiaalf eo sick .
Una had ta go to bed. '
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE
The Washington Post givoa an ex
act inside view uf the negro exoilus
caso in this way :
The loud, hollow luugh elToctiid by
the Rnpublicana whon the exodus in
vestigation waa proposed bu ceased
ta break upon the startled air and no
longor bourn rudely against the public
It was never a healthy lauifh. It
was not the product of jnyom Iceling,
and wan not endowod with the infoo
tioua quality of genuine merriment.
One is more likely to hour such a
sound issuing from the grated cell of a
maniao than from the hoodlum gallery
of a variety theatre. ' At an curly pe
riod of Its misshapen caroer it showed
a atrong tendency to migralo. 1 1 didn't
exactly exodus, like the blacks, but it
gradually cfTocted a change of base,
and, for omo days past, has been lo
cated on the otlior side of the faeial
or i Geo, where it shows up only in
shrill quavers suggestive of the hilari
ty of a sick hyona.
Tho cause ot this sudden and lolemn
letting down is quite sufficient. In
fact, it bas an abundant amplitude that
satisfactorily account for the decisivo
effocti produced. The exodui investi
gation baa been bringing out a solid
array of facts. Like tho projoctilca of
heavy artillery, thope luota have been
hurled asiiinnt the flimsy walls of
falsehood and calumny with which
tho actual purposo ol tho oxodua was
Ouo of these lies wan that tho blacks
were driven from North Carolina by
cruel periecution. Tho whites of that
State arc said to be banded together as a
mighty league to do all manner of
wicked thinga to their colored neigh
born. The blacks toiled and the whites
lived in idlonofc on the fragrant sweat
ci their honest and unctuous brown,
The Door negro the same son of
Adam for whom Mr. Hayes dropped
bis tears when he learned that Mr.
Tilden was elected was compelled to
low and reap and gather into stacks,
while th wbitei sold tbo products of
the harvest and put the money in their
pockcU. . ,
It was always turkey for th white
man, always crow fur the negro.
From such heartless taskmasters and
luch relontless persecution the blacks
so the tearful story ran wore flee
ing as the children ol Israel fled from
the bondage of Kgypt, only the blacks
wore not able to bring off any plunder,
And the Radicals', the statesmen, poll-
licians and strikers of that party of
progress and reform, the men who
muniScontly endowed each boat! ot a
colored family in the South with "for
ty acres and a mule," the mon who
grandly opened up the portals ol the
Freed man s bank, so that tb earnings
of the enfranchised race might bo kind
ly and permanently cared for these
world-renowned philanthropist met
thiexoduiting baud in their hourof woe
and pointed them to the promised land
in Indiana ; not for any gain or hope
of gain in this lifo, but lor the satisfac
tion ol doing good to the poor, the
It win a glorious display of ditv
interestcd benevolence, and one can
not belp regretting that tho heavy pro
jectile from the battery of truth,
above mentioned, have battered it
down and scattered it to tho wild
winds. But such has been its fute,
and tho Pecksniffs and Cbadbands ol
tho Emigration Aid Society and their
numerous coadjutor" are wailing over
the ruin of their fortification. By
the evidence of leading colored Repub
lican from North Carolina, two great
facts have been so firmly act op that
tboy will stand for all timo. Tho first
of those is, that the blacks ol that
State ar treated with as mooh kind
ness as th whites; and th second is,
that the exodu was started and push-
ad by Radical politicians, for th sole
purpose of gotting voters into Indiana,
in order to "redeem that State."
We havo not space to review the
testimony presented. It ha all tend
ed to Tirov that in no other rtart of
tb Union are tho negroes so well off
as in tho old North State, and that
there would have been no thought of
oxodua if the Radicals of Indiana had
not wanted voting material. The evi
dence of Mr. Olcy, a colored school
teacher and editor Irom North Caro
lina, iairly samples th whole. He
testifies to the exceptionally kind
treatment of his race by th whites of
North Carolina. Not only in their
private bnsines transactions, but in
public affaire ar their rights resiwoted
and their interests consulted. Under
a Democratic Governor and a Demo
cratic Legislature tbo most liberal ap
propriation bav been made lor col
ored Schools, and a Colored Normal
school established. They have asy
lums for the deaf and dumb and the
insane. They enjoy th produots of
their labor, and prosper if they are in
Mr. Otey goes further than this and
shows that th exodus was planned
and executed as a political scheme to
get black voters into Indiana. Ho was
an officer ol th Emigration Aid So
ciety and left th concern because he
would not countenance th transpor
tation of his race from on Stat to an
other, like hogi or cattlo, to bo used
for selfish purposo. Thaam ar some
of tb bomoly faoU whiub liar dis
gruntled the Radicals, and which prove
all tb allegation on which th inves
tigation wai based. Tbo case might
b rested kr and no man eonld assart
that tbs Democratic theory of tb ex
odus had not been fully established by
th most pompttsnt and reliable wit-
neu intelligent . colored Republi
cans. ' .'''
One of tbo witnesses, a white gen
tleman residing in the South, demands
that ho shall not go into history as
having "mixod" with the blocks, lie
diun t "mix," ho only "mingled, In a
biisiiiesd way, and we bop tbe inves
tigating committee will do bim justice.
There was no confounding or com.
pounding ol ingredients, lie preserv
ed bis corporeal integrity, lie con
fesses to having "circulated," but In
sists that bo shall be acquitted of
Mr. Windom seems disheartened.
As tho truth is slowly brought out,
and tho true character of his emigra
tion scheme is exposed, he appears as
if he would like to "mix" to "mix
forever with tho insensate clod wbioh
tho rudo swain turns with liia sharo
and treads upon." But Mr. Windom
must hoar more ot tbe samo sort. The
country, howovor, will never again
hear that laugh which greeted the In
A FOOLISH UTTERANCE.
If it be true tbal Mr. Senator Cam
eron said to a nowsjiapor correspond
ent that "tho people of this count! y are
tired of the uncertainties of its Govern
ment," bo either did not know the
meaning of what be was saying or ho
deliboratoly stated that which he know
was incorrect in point ol tact. If Mr.
Cameron meant to say that tho people
are tired of changing their rulers, ho
uttered a proposition which in simple
charity we will only call a grevioui
error. The people of this country are
not tired of electing a Prosidont every
four years, and Mr. Cameron well
knows it, but they are tired ol tho
miserable shams and trickeries and
corruptions which havo made Rcpub
lican administrations a by-word and
reproach and Mr. Cameron also knows
this just as well. It is the baldest non-
sonse to talk of the people hankering
after Grant because they want a strong
Govornmont. They do not want any
thing of tho kind in tbo sense that Mr.
Cameron and his Republican associates
understand tho moaning of the word
They want a good Govornmont, an
honest Government, a Government of
tbe people, for the people. And they
naturally become disgusted and sick
at heart when thoy ice the reverse ot
all those iuipoeed upon thorn by a few
selfish and nnprincipled leaders, who
cot only foist upon tho country a bad
administration of public affairs, hut ah-
solutcly perpetuate their power by
stealing a President and then Insolent
ly gloat ovor the infamous crimo they
committed against tho sovereignly of
tho people. Mr. Cameron is a man of
senso and more than ordinary shrvwd-
neHs as a political leader, but if bo used
the language attributed to him be bas
yol a great deal to learn bcloro ho can
successfully play tho rolo of statesman
Such twaddle would not pass current
for wisdom even in a Dauphin county
Convention, and wo gently suggest
to him to abjuro it in the future.
A OMCg KxiONlNIl lilLLB'S ilUHBAKD
too Pooa io Boar Uib. New Yoek
February 18. The death is nnnonnced
to day of Jennie Tyler, niece of ex-
President Tyler. Ten years ago she
was on of the reigning belles of Wash
ington. She possessed also a comforla-
blo lortune. Yesterday her , dead
body lay stretched on a table in 8
rickety and squalid tenement of Brook
lyn, her husband, William Collins, be
ing too poor to defray th expenses of
tbo funorul. It appears she has wealthy
relatives in this city, who refuse to
bury her. Jennie was married twice,
liar first husband squandered her
money. Her second husband, Collins,
was poor and was thrown out ot work
It is said Jennie's futber lives in Ilar-
risbnrg and has been telegraphed to.
Tho dead woman's lister live in a
handsome, four story brown stono
house in a fashionable locality in Now
York. Her husband said Mrs. Collins
was not rocognited on account ol hor
marriago beneath her station. Mrs,
Collins' first cousin is a prominent city
politician, and ah was also a relative
ol a leading lawyer In Wall Btroct.
Her brother is said to be in a Baltimore
college. Senator John W. Stevenson is
her cousin. Jennie Tyler was born in
Richmond, Ya., in 1848.
Society People. Tho Detroit Trib
une relates the following : Jamos Bu
chanan Kvans was one of tha head
olerks In Iho Treasury Department
eighteen years ago and a great favorite
in Washington society. Ho was a
noted wit, a graceful dancer, wealthy
and a free drinker. A Miss Harvey
was a Washington hollo. Sho belonged
to a Norfolk family and bad boen oar
tally reared, this couple caused a
social flutter by eloping and getting
married. Thoy did not return and
wore soou forgotten in the circle in
which they bad moved. Even their
relatives lost sight of them. A fo
1-s-- - '-el
and danelng on tbe stago of a concert
loon at Milwaukco, she was told
that bor husband was lying oncon
scions in a bar room. It was common
for him to got drunk and she attached
little Importance to th message ; but
hor daughter, also a performer, wont
to see her father and found him dying
Irom a fractured skull. He was th
one courted James lluchanan Evans
and had become a sot. The woman
was tho formor lolle, Miss Harvey,
and had turned her accomplishments
to account in a low form of th show
That's Sol Tho Washington Post
consoles the cillr.ens of tho Federal
Capital fur tho loss of the Democratic
National Convention by the reflection
that although tho Convention will not
come to Washington, th man who is
nominated by it will. That is tho
way w all Icol about it-
Some DirriRiNng.Th Springflold
Republican sayi : "Tb United Sutoi
pondi a fourth ai much on Its navy
ai th United K ingdom, and the Ameri
can navy is not one fortieth a pow
erful as tb British ; but th chiefs of
th Navy Department retire richor
here than they do there." 1
Mosul. Liuw.atios W notice
that a bill baa boen Introduced in the
Iowa Legislation, to prohibit the nol-
lane of treating. This is striotly an
American vice, like pie-eating. It
shonld ba classed with marder, arson
and Finafor practice, and stamped
ont by rigid Irsgislitmn.
OOOD PLAIN TALK.
Although Doinocrallo communities
and individual Detnoorat hav pro
nounced preferences fur their local or
party favorltos, and work aealously
for thoir recognition, yet seldom when
tho choice of conventions have been
adverao, bas thoru been bolting or op
position within the ranks of tbo party,
but it is well that car should be taken
to antngoiiixo tho friends of no candi
date and render lukewarm their sup
port ol the nominee. Entering upon
the very threshold of tho mont criti
cal, perhaps the most eventful, Presi
dential campaign aver waged iu the
United States since the foundation ol
the Govortmient, we ought to weigh
well the qualification., past record and
everything that is likely to be brought
to tho surface by tbo nomination ol
any man. ; More than this, hit probable
action and conduct, his fitness to U tht
representative and leader of the party in
the contest that must follow a second tu
tempt to thwart, by fraud and force, the
expressed will of the peojtle, must be
carefully and fulljf considered. There
must be no room fur mistakes. Wo
know this is the scntimont of the Pern
ocrats throughout tho country, what
ever else it may be in tho citios. Tho
question of availability, so far as it
doos not conflict with principles,
should receive recognition. Hoth par-
tioo regard Now Yorlx aa tho pivutal
Stale. That is, neither party can oloct
its candidnto without the electoral voto
of that State Victory turns upon tho
highest ballot of bor people, and if it
is but by one vote. So it seems, and
for tho present lot us so regard It. So
it was held by Cameron Convention
tho other day, when General Grant
roceived it instructions for the Pros!.
dontial nomination ; bo also it was by
Cockling 'a Convention which mot i
few days ago, a wore shown by aim!
lar instruction. General Grant is sup
posed to bo able to carry Now York.
It remains to be proven. Many good
men have been named for the Demo
cratic nomination. Tilden, Hancock,
Bayard, Thurman, Hendricks, Parker,
Jewett, McClellan, Field, Seymour,
McDonald, Trunkoy, English and
others. That a man wants the nomi
nation is not to his detriment, neither
can it generally be urged in his fuvor;
that a man docs nol want tbo nomination
docsnot debar him from being thechoice
of the people, and it may bo particu
lurly urged in his lavor. We rocog
niie no man as having a mortgage on
the Democratic nomination to be fore
closed nt bis own pleusure. What
ever wrong was dono Mr. Tilden by
the electoral jugglery of four years ago,
was dons to bim as the representative
of tho party. Neither is it altogether
clear to many minds that tho great
wrong to tbe people was not greater
than it ought to hare been by Mr. Til
den's neglect of opportunity, not to
any of duty. All men are swayed more
or loss, principally mora, in evory un
dertaking or emergency by their own
interests. It is well that it is so, as it
gives us a guido to their futuro actions.
W hav aeon it slated by friends of
Mr. Tilden, as in his favor, that when
be was urged to stand for bis rights
even to resistance hy force against the
counting out out process, be replied
"What will become of our securities."
Wo cannot bcliove Mr. Tilden did not
share the higlior reasons for a patient
submission to tbe wrong. But he is
reputed to be possessed of great wealth
and be might not be altogether willing
to mak tbo sacrifice of bis securities
for the preservation of the safeguards
ol a free Government. Tbe Republi
can party bas hithorto boen regarded
as tbe guardian of tho sacrod interests
ol th capitalists, and we are willing it
should continue to be bound to the
wheels ol tho bondholders, bankers and
corporuto monopolies, tbo Democratic
party will never voluntarily be found
crowding it for the honor. Again can
Mr. Tilden carry tho Slate of New
York? With John Kelly arrayed
against him he cannot. With John
Kelly, silently acquiescent or working
strenuously for him, it is still doubtful,
Mr Tilden since 1876 has alionated
many fneuda in bis own State. His
method of making friends is mechani
cal, bis magnetism manufactured.' Our
doubts of bis ability to carry bis own
Slat is not derived from what we have
read In hostile journals, nor the moral
effect produced by John Kelly's with
drawal of opposition, but from personal
conversation with Democrat living
along the border from Klmira to James
town. Mr. Tilden bas great ability as
an organisor, but this alono is not suf
ficient in the coming campaign. Thar
is a class of mon in all parties that yon
cannot organlr.0. Wo moan the "stay
at homes." Those are the ones that
docitle all olose contests by thoir pres
ence at the polls. They average per
haps hall a doion in each election dis
trict. Tboy are not independent vo
ters, only indifferent partisans. Their
indifference arising in soma instances
iruiu tuts uistanco io or difficulty in
reaching the polls, but more frequently
from some objection to tho candidate,
or rather want of appreciation. In
the event of General Grant's candida
cy, the Republican party will not got
them to the polls; the Democratic
party will be no hotter off by Mr. Til
den'g nomination. To auoesed wsmust
bav a man that will ensure tboir will
ing and hearty support. To nominate
a candidate because ha will draw torn
Ropuhlican Votes is suicide. To draw
tho whole Domocralio vote i inooess.
Wo bellovo no man bas the right to
disregard the call of his party, when
honorably givon. Wa boliovs that
Horatio Seymour, of New York, com
bines above all other tb requisite
qualifications lor leadership In tbo com
ing campaign. His nam is on all
can unito on, and his nomination will
bring harmony to the party. Hilhon
sty i indisputable, and hi fidelity to
tho best intercuts of the country Is
evidenced by bu popularity among all
classes of people. Exchange,
KxAOTLf I The Washington Post
Injoct this sentiment into Its columns:
"Several persons who hav been in
specting th groat National weather
ooek at the Whit Hons as to indica
tions about tb rejected Supervisor'
nominations hav rcaohnd tb conclu
sion Ibat possibly ther i a probabili
ty. This is ilrlctly officiol." ; .
. 1 ... i an ia ,
Thirteen clauses of aa Irish seed
potato bill hav pasaod tb English
House of Lords. At tbe next session
th members should pass the jwlatnc.
CASH or TRADE.
Carweuavllle, Pa., Jan. I, 'T.-lf.
MO&KV TO LOAN On Irst class Im
proved farm property, by tha Mutual Life
ranoa Company of New York, on 8nt mort
gage, In sums from II.OiiO up. for funker In
formation apply to the undersigned.
alllH.A.1 HAL, W. DOlIAl.
Clearlald Pa, Hay 7th, 187 tf.
A Ba nk thai Never Breaks.
Try My Coal.
Tha Mntlwi.nad ftilvntf thll OMttaoi f Infom
Ing tb Butuvruus JDuBri, Uitt hit ootvl bank
( not a Wiaur arret. gcmaDt only, but tbl ti
will tM opvrmud In tbo Hummer wall u Win
Ur. I ' tatt I bavaiha
Best Goal In the Market!
and ttlll Mil It for aaib. or la aieaanM for flour,
feed, frooeriM. aU). Larga ooatraeU will b
wli at a very small proflt. For full partloular
oall aa ma la parton, rwidtag la ua of Urabam'i
uppvr bouMi, or addraaa ma through tba port
offloa. Onion Itft at tba poitoffloa will raueiva
prompt itUrjtloB. Til OH. A. DUCKKIT.
uuarneid, fa., Jan. ft, IMV-U.
tl Lit II, Melon kLE &C0.'8
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa,
Wa aiaaufaotura all klnda of Fnn.lt.ura for
CbMnbara, Lilolog Rooma, Llbrarlaa aad UalU.
If joe want Kuroitura of any kind, doa t buy
ufliu you mo uur iiook.
In all Its branches, promptly attended to.
01TIL0II, McCOHKLK k 00,
Olcarleld, Pa., Feb. I, '78.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Market MU, Clearfield, (at the Pvat Office.)
TRB andenigned bagf leave to annonnoa to
tha oititene of Clearfield and vicinity, that
be hai fitted up a room and baa Jo it returned
from tba city with a large emuant of reading
mattar, oonaiiting la part or
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank. Aooonnt aad Paaa Bookc of ovary da-
aerlptlon ; Paper and Rarolepaa, French preawd
and plain j rani ana reaoiia niaoa iegai
Paper. Ueed. Mortgagee Jangmant, letup
tlon and Proaiitarv aotaa t White and Parch
nt llrief. teaal Can. Kaoord Can. and Hill Can.
bheet Muiio, Tor eitber Piano, Flute or Violin,
oonetaatly on hand. Any booha or itationary
deeirad that I may not hava oa hand, will be ordered
by tnt ezpreia, and aold at wholesale or retail
to rait aajtomera. ( will alio keep periodical
literature, nob aa ASagasiaea, newipaiiere, o
P. A. UAULIM.
Clearfield. May 7, lS68-tf
A NEW DEPARTURE
Hereafter, good will bo aold for CASH only.
or la emhaoge for produoe. No booka will bo
kept ia the future. All old aoeonnta muat ha
Httled. Thoia who eauool oath up, will pleaee
oaaa over ineir aoioa ana
CLOSE THE EECOBD.
I am determined to aall my gooda at aaah
prioee, and at a diaooont far below that ever
onerod in uu vicinity, i bo diaooant l allow my
flmatomera, will make them rioh la twenty year If
they follow my advloe and buy their gooda from
ma, I will pay eaab for wheat, oete and elover-
eee3. VANIKL WWLAMUKK,
Latherabarg, January 17, 11.77.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
PAINTS, OIUS, DYE STUFF
Or ALL KINDS,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
tot Bodleian) narnosoa.
Trasses, Supporters, Behool Books end Station.
ary, ana all otaar articles asuailj
found In a Drug Store.
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CARaV
FULLY COMPOUNDED. Harm, e lerce ex
perience In the business they can give entire sat-
J. O. BARTSWICK,
JOHN F. IRWIN.
(Searleld. Deeemher Id. 174.
HAV NO HOT
I am awaro that there are aomo pereoat a little
hard to pleaee, aad I am alao awaro that tbe
oompiaiat or "bam nmoe" ta well alia aaivor
Bat I am eo tatoatod aow tanU I aaa eatitfy the
farmer aad prove oonelaelvolv thai "hard tlmoa"
will set effaet thoaa w bo bay their gooda from ma,
aaa an my patroaa taaii ae mutated lata tao eo
evotof .. j
HOW TO AVOID 11AKD TIMES
I have gooda eaoarh to aapi.ly all the (nhahl
taata ia tha lower aad of tho eounty whiah I 811
at eioaading low rataa from my mammoth atoro la
MULHONllUHn, whore I eaa alwaya ha found
ready to wait wpoa oallor aad tapply than with
Drj Goods of all Kinds,
Booh aa Olothi. Ratlnette, Caaelmeree, If wall a
veiainoB, Line a, irtiiiiaga. Calleoei,
Trimminfo, fclbaoae, Laeo,
Eaady-madaClothlof, Bent aad Bhoea. Rate aad
Cape all of tha boat material and made te ardor
Uoaa. Hooka, moves, Mitten a, Laooa, Hlbboaa, o
QROCSRIBfl OF ALL KTND8,
Oefee, Tea, Bafar, Rloa, Molaanea, lih, Sail
forh, Llneeed Oil, Fiat Oil, Carbon Oil.
Hardware, Qoeeaiwaro, Tinware. Oaatlaaa, Plowa
and now UaatiaRB, fHaila, Splkaa, Cera CalUva
tora, Older Proataa, aad all kinds of Aios.
Pertamary, Palate, VarnUh, Glass, aad a general1
aetenmeai si ntaiioaery,
Of different brands, always an hand, and will ha
' selS at lee lowest aoaotble fares.
i. H. MsClaln'l Medicines, i.jn.'s Ifsdlelnec
! noctettero aaa nooland'i Bittern.
IMI aouada af Waal wanted tut which tha
highest arlee will ha oeld. Olerereeed aa hand
and ht sale at ah lowest market arlee.
Alee. Area! fee StratUarllla and CarwenaellL
tcTa-Oall aad aaa for yovaaleee. Yea will Ind
everjtnlug aiaallj heat la a retail etore.
L. M. COUDRtlT.
FmehTlllc F. 0., Aagnst 11, 1174.
nr Own dvrriUrmrnt.
Publlibtd arary Wadaaiday by
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Has tbs Largest Circulation of auy paper
la North wasters Pennsylvania.
The large and constantly increasing
eirculation of the Rifuiilioan,
rendora it valuable tobuaineas
men a a medium thro'
which to reach tho
Teums or Subscription :
If paid in advance, . . . 12 00
If paid after three months, . 2 50
If paid alter six months, . . 8 00
When papers are sent outside of tho
eounty payment mast be In advance.
Ten linos, or loon, 3 times, . 1160
Each subscquont insertion, JO
Administrator' Notices, . . 2 50
Executors' Notices 2 50
Auditors' Notices, .... 2 60
Cuutione and Estrsys, ... 1 50
Dissolution Notices, . . , 2 60
Professional Cards, 6 lines, yoar, 6 00
Special notices, per line, ... 20
One square, 10 linos, . . . $8 00
Two squares 15 00
Throe squares 20 00
One fourth column, . . . . 60 00
One ball column 70 00
On column, 120 00
W have always on hand a large stock
ol blank i ot all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
Ao., &o., Ac.
W are prepared to do all kinds of
IN THE BK3T STYLE,
ORDEKS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
. PROMPT ATTENTION.
deo. It. Goodlnndrr,
Clearfield County, Pa.
THE MANSION HOUSE.
Cornarof Haooadaad Market Straati,
THIS old aad aomaodloai Hotal bu. dariag
tba paal yaar, boaa aalargad to do tibia iu
toriBor capacity for tht Dtartaiomaot of atraac
gn aad gnU. Tha whola building haa baoa
rtinraiibod, aad tba proprietor will iparo as
palaa ,to -raodt r kli guaita aonfortable whila
uytof with bim.
tariba 'Haailoa Hoeae" uaiaibni ram to
and froia tba Dtpot oa tbo arrlTa) aad dtpartara
af aeh trala. W. O. CAKUoN,
July lt-77-tf Proprittor
Market Street, Clearfield. Pa,
Wro. 8. Bradlay, fortoorly proprietor of tba
Leonard lloute, baring taMd tbo Allegheny
Hotel, aollelti a abaro of publia palroaege, Tba
UovM baa baea thoroughly ropairad and oewly
furtatilied, etid gueete will And it a pleaaaot atop
plug place. Tha table will ba euppliad with the
brat of ator-thlog In tba martial. At the bar
will ba funad tha beat wioee and llt)nori. Good
taUiog attached. WM. B. IllMDLKY,
May 17, '7A. Proprietor.
(Oor. of Market A Front etretti,)
Tha andenigned baring takea ebarga of thla
Hotel, would reipaotfully aolicit t.ubtie patronage.
lb:,'78. Jt. NKw TON bUAW.
PE RANCH HOUSE,
Meali, lio. Mao and horse ovr night. $1 (10.
Maa aod two boraaa ovor Bight, $1.60.
The boat of aocommodatlone for maa and bat.
NKW WASHINGTON, PA.
Tbls new and well furnished houee hue been
tahen by the andersigned. He feell confident of
being able to reader satisfaction to those who mee
faTor him with a call.
Ma, 8, H7J. O. W. DAVIS, Prop'r.
Table always supplied with tba belt tbe market
aiTiirda. Tbe trareling publl- Is Invited to e.lL
iuu.1,'76. KOBKKT LOYD.
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIELD, PA.
ROOM In Maaonle Building, one dour north ol
C. D. Walaon's Drug Btere.
Peasajre Tickets to and Irom Liremool. Queens-
town, Glasgow, London, Paris and Copenhagen.
Alio, uraii. lor sale on tne nojal Hank ol Ireland
aod Imperial Bank of London.
JAMES T. LEONARD, Pres't.
W. M. SHAW, Caahies. Janl.'rT
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 34 South Third Mtreat, Philadelphia
And Dealers in Government Securities.
ApplfcalioB by nail will raeaira prompt attan
.Ion, and all lafonoatioa ebaarfully furnithad
Ordara lolioUd. April ll-tf.
r. a a old.
. W. ARKOLD.
j. a. aatioLD
F. K.ARNOLD & CO.,
IlankerM and ItrokerN,
Reyuoldarille, Jcfleraon Co., Pa
Money repaired oa depoilt. Dlieounti at mo
derate rttfi. Knitern and Foreign Kiohnrifra aU
ATI on band aad eollectioni pruwplly aiaTa.
Kaynoldirllle, Daa. IA, lHTd-ly
J L. Ii. HEICIIIIOLn.
ttradoate of the Pannpytrania Cnllrjr of Dental
Surjrcry. Offioa in raaideoe of Dr. 11 illi, oppoaita
the Hbaw Ilouae. mob 13. '7Mf.
(OBoe In Bunk Building,)
Curwensrlllc. Clearfield Co., Pa.
meh IJ '7 tf.
fg CLEARFIELD, PINN'A.
eV-Offios In residence, eppoaiu Shaw Heue.
J. M. STEWART,
(Office in residence, Second street.)
Kitrous Ozlde Oas adminlrtsrsd for the pain
ts eitration of teeth.
Cle.ro.ld, Pa., May t, l7My.
con pr dob'
Vvv fi rrea.
A Ud ret i Stlnron A Co.,
t'T? WMK- " ' dJ B0a aajily maia.
JP I ii Coatly outfit fret). AdJrata Traa k Co.,
Aujruita, Ualna. Ial7,'7i--ly.
SHOEHAkl !.-T hareby Inform ay pa
tront, and mankind la ooeral, that I have
remoTad my ahoemaklna; ahnn to tba room la
Qraham'a row, ater 8. I. Bnydar'a Jewelry at ere,
aad that I an prepared ta do all kiada af work
ia my llna cheaper than any other eboa ta towa.
All wnrk warranted aa good aa aaa ba dona any
where elae. Poaltirely tbia ia tbeeheapeat ah op
ta Clearti-td. JOS. U. DUEKINU.
Deo. 11, IHs-B tf.
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
TIIK t.AROKST.nd BKST SKI.SCTS1I STOCK
IN TIIK COUNTY.
TI'BS and BHCKKTC,
County Agent for
The.0 goods bought for CASH In large lols,
id sold at almost city nrlre.
JAMKK H. LYTLI,
Clearlald, Pa.. June 11, l78-ly.
The Bell's Run Woolen Factor
Pawn tewnehlu, Olaardeld Co., Fa.
II IJ R N K D III1TI
Theaabaorlbare bava.ai great aipaaaa.rebaiNa
aaighborhood BMraaaity. In tbeeratftp q( trti
alaaa Woolen Maaafadloryi with all tie moijera
Improfementa at tao bed, and are prepared la maae
all kinda of Olcttba, Caaaimarea, Sattnette, ltlaa
keta, rianaala, aa. Plaaty of gooda aa band ta
apply all oar aid and a tboaaand aeweaetoaeri.
wb wa aek ta tome aad examine ear atoak.
Tke aaalaaaa of
CARPINQ AND FDLLIIfO
will raaalv oar aapaelaj attaatlaa. Proper
amagemaata will ba made to waalra aad dellrer
1 ool, ta eatt eaaUmera. All wark warraatad and
doae apoa tha abortaat aotiee, and by atrial at tea
tie ta baalaaaa wa bopa ta raallaa a libaral akare
f paklle patrenaaga.
lUUOO POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
Wa will pay tba blcbett market nriee far Wee
and eel) oar maanfaetarad gooda aa low aa almilar
gnada eaa ba boagbt la tha eeeMy, and whaaeTtf
wa fall ta raadar raaaoaabla fatiaraatlea wa aaa
alwaya ba foand at home raady ta make proper
acplaaatloa, either la peraoa ar by latter.
efAaaarj juunsun a ovno,
pHllf fiowar P 0
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,