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TYRONE 4 CLEARFIELD BRANCH
(1 aad after Monday, MAT 14, 18M, tho
VSraaaenger iritni will run daily (oxoopt Bun.
daya) betwoon Tyrone and OlearlloM, m follow!
LA V jjNO KT1I ".
Hlverview o.HO, "
Cloarleld, 1.40, "
Barrett, I.M, "
Woodland, 4.01, "
Biflw 40, "
. Wallao.lon,...4.17, "
BID illl 4.15, '
llr.hun 4.11, "
gtolnor'a 4.SU, "
Oaoeola, 4.ol, "
Powelton 4.0 J, '
Buaimit, S.1&, 11
Tyrone, 6.00, "
vaneooyoe,.... V.Io, "
Snmroit 1.60, "
Oaoeola.......... 10. II, "
Hojnlon, 10.tr, "
lllu. Hell 10.97,"
Clearlleld, 11. 1,"
GarwenaTllle.. ft.SO A. H
Hirervlvw..... 1.10 "
Cleerleld...... 5 47
Leonard, J 41 "
Barrett J, 57 "
Waodlud,.,., 0.03 "
Hitler ( 08 '
Wallaeeton,... .IS "
Bine 11.11, Jl
Tyron 7.10 r. .
Vaneooyoe, ....7. 43
Oaoeola,.. 8 38
Blue 11.11 8.65
. 0 !)
PIIILIP8B1IROA MOBIIANNON BRANCHES
M. A. V. A. M
I. H, ITATIORH.
:10 12:04 4:01
8.66 11:63 1:67
8:60 11:46 8:50
8:46 11:40 1:46
8:40 11:35 8:46
8:86 11.30 8:30
8:80 11:35 8:30
1:5 10:48 7:46
1:67 10:53 7:56
1:07 10:58 8:01
3:11 11:03 8:00
BALD EAULB VALLEY BRANCH.
p. at. A. M.
7.08 8.20 leave Tyrone arrWe (.31 7.55
3.13 8.37 Bald Eagle (.17 7.41
8.01 v.18 Julian 6.38 7.06
8.24 t.43 Milaabnrg 6.16 (.43
8.33 0.51 Hellefonte 6.05 6.38
8.46 10.03 Milaabnrg 4.66 6 23
8.118 10.211 Howard 4.31 6.00
43 11.08 arrlraL. Haven leap 8.65 6.25
Paolnr Etpreea 8:14
Jobnatown Kxpreaa 8:61
Pap Erpreai 11:51
Mall Train, 8:17
Atlantic Kxpreaa, 6:61
Pbila. Kipreaa, 0:3.1
waarwARD. A. u
Pitlehurrh Kip'ea, 1.58
PaeWo Kxpreaa, 8:18
Way Paaaenger, 1:16
Chioajro Kxpreaa, 8:36
Mail Train, 6:34
Feat Line, 7:08
Cloaa eonnaoUoni mada by alltrainiat Tyrona
ana iock uaren.
S. I. BLAIR,
A itrngelnavei CorweniTilla daily for Reynold!
tille, at 1 o'clock, p.m.,arriTiof at Rcynoldirille
at 8 o'clock, p. m. Returning, leavea Haynolda
Ttlla daily, at 7 o'clock, a. m., arriring at Car
weDiTilla at 12 o'clock, m. Fare, each way, $2.
A ltdep taM CitrwcDc'TllIe daily, wt 1 o'el-vk,
p. ta., for Hulloli City, arririnR at DnBoli City
at A o'clock, p. m. Returning, learei Dulloia at
T o'clt-ck, a. m., daily, arriving at Corweniville at
12 o'clock, m. faro aavh way, $1.60.
Alleglirny Valley Railroad.
LOW OHADE DIVISION.
ON and after Mondap, June ith, 1880,
the naaaenRer tralna will run dailp (eicept
8undap) batweeo Ked Bank and Driftwood, aa
KANTU AHII. Dap Mail leavea Plttaborg
6:56 a.m. Ked Bank 1 1:85 1 Bligo Junction 11:61 ;
New Brthl.hem 11:66 p. n.; Mapflville 1:10 j
Tro?l:35 BrooWrilie 1:56 ) t'nller'a 1:20 ltp.
noldarillol:H8 Dullola3:06j Bomtnit Tunnel
8:11 PenBold 3:41 1 Tjlar'a 3:65 lleneaelto 4:31i
arrivea at Driftwood at 6:20.
liMTW A R l Day Mail learea Driftwood
11:20 p. m ; Beneaette 1:00; Tjlcr'i 1:28;
PonOeld 1:30 ; Summit Tunnel 1:00 ; Dulloia X: 16;
Hepnoldirllle 2:38 Kuller'a3:64; Brookrllle3:l6;
Trap 8:31; Meparllle B:65 New Betblebem 4:08 1
Bligo Junction 4:47 1 Red Bank 1:03; arrival at
Pittsburg at 7:40 p. m.
4f The Repnoldarille Aecommodatlon leapea
Repnoldapille dailj at 7t56 a. m. and arrivea at
Hod Bank at 10:60 a. a., Pittsburgh at 1:40 p. m.
Leavea Piitabargk at 1:16 p. m. Bed Bank at
1:66 p. n.; arriving at Rep noldeville at 0:06 p. m.
Cloae oonneetioni made with train! on P. A I
Railroad at Driftwood, and with tralna on the
Allegheny Vallep Railroad at Red Bank.
DAVID McCARQO, Uen'l Sup'L
A. A. Jaoaaon, Bop't L. O. Dip.
FARE FKOH CLEAKFIELD, TO
uaiieronte, ra f3 oa
Look Haven 1 70
Willl.miport.... I 80
Ountingdon M 1 80
Lewiatown. 1 00
Marpapllle.. 4 60
Oaneola , 05
IIAKRlSBURIi... 4 76
Middletown 86 00
Marietta. t 66
Lanoaater I 80
PHILADELPHIA 7 90
Altoona ;..M.. 1 66
Jobnatown..,..,,,.,, t 86
Tyrone 1 13
PITTSBURG I 16
FARM FOR SALE
The undenlgned will nil at private tale, hia
farm, looatea in reno wwnenip,(;iear&eldooanty
half of which la In a good atate of cultivation
with a frame dwelling, log bam,'a thrifty orchard
anu an eiceiient apnng or never falling water.
together with tba neoeisary ontbuildlngi. Tb
portion not cleared la heavily llmliered, and all
la andtrlaid with coal and Iron. It will ba aold
low and on amy terma. For further Inforraaiion
call on the premtiee, or addreti tba tobarrlber at
Urampian llilli P. O. OWEN J. k KENAN.
Uramplan Uilla,Juna Hl.la.
Ktate Xormal Nchool.
(Eighth Xormal School District.)
Lock Haven, Clinton Co., fa.
X. X. BA UB, A. M., Th. D., Principal.
Thia Btibool aa at preeenteonetltuted. offer! the
perp beat faoiliti
Ilea for l'rofeaaional and Claaieal
Buildinga apaelowa, Inpiting and aoramodloua
eomnleulp heated bp otoem, well pentilated, and
a bountiful npplp f pure, aaft
Looatloa healthful and aaap af
Surronnding aeenerr unaumaaMd.
Teabera oiperieneed, affioient, anu atlra to
Diaeiplina, firm bat kind, nniform and thorough.
Pflp eenta a week dodootlon la thoaa preparing
Stu lenta adxltted at any II
Couree of aludp preacribtd by the Mule ; I.
M.iuei nroooi. j i. freparatory. 111. Klamea
tary. IV. Bolanti8o.
I. Aeademlo. II. Commerelal. III. Muaie.
i v . Art.
The Klamentarp and Setantl8a momm m Pm.
feaaional.and atad.nta graduating tberela reeaira
Dw" vipKaiaa,a0arerring the following aorraa.
ponding degr.ee i Maatar of tb. Klontenle and
aaaatwoftha Bcleneee. Oraduataa la the other
norm noraal CertloatM ef their at
Uintneota, algned by the 'Malty.
Th. Prof.a.la.1 mil. a,, lb,rlJ ,bJ ,
la thoroogha.ee aet lof.rior u thoM of oar ..!
The BUU reqaina a higher ardw af aitl...
rtip. The tlaiu demand M. It la aaa ef th.
rm.ebj.oU of thla Mheol to help toeaeare it bp
furnl.hi.g lat.lllg.nl and .Selenl taaehera for
r m.odi., ao inu aaa It aolloiU young per
oaa or goo abllitiaf aad good parnoaM tboaa
wbad.air.to Impntp. their lima and tb.lr Ul
U, aa atudeau. To all raeh it promlaaa aid ta
v.ioping innrpowera aaa aboadanl o.porta
SltiW for woll nald labor after . ukH.l
I or Mtalogu. and Urma addraaa lb. Principal,
BOARD Or TRUSTEKSi
. "!. - lt, Jack Browa
n. m. meklord, arauel Cbriat, A. ri. Rank, R. .
a. v. uippiw, naqH . KiatBtng, M. F. M9-
Cerinick, Kaq., W. W. Raakia, W. H. Brawl.
lie). A, Of CoHI., Boa. n. L. DlrffeabKh,
ueo. Jena Merrill, lloa. 8a Bigler, J, 0. C.
n naicy, a. jaiilar aacorpaioA, Ktq.
Prv.ld.nt, Clmlald, Pa.
G, JISSI MKRRILL,
Vie. Praald.nt, Lock ITapta, Pa.
8. MILLAR MeCOHMlCR,
fWerecarp, Iek Havaa. Pa.
run . Xrvwrw. Look n.van, Pa.
tepok Daraa, Pa, Aagan 4, ItH.I j.
ARNOLD U A3 Xt)VANCKD
Prices of Shingles,
SHAVED AND 8AWED.
Curaenavllla, Jan. 8, '78 If.
E. S. HENDERSON,
BURNBIDH, rKNH A.
rpilB nbacribtr now offer to tb olHwm of
X lluroftil tod Ttcinit, h on pro Tided
I-mUH. HertifUr ftll ktoda of Cakt tod
Cufflai will b kept oa bud, ud ordwa flllexl M
Itinera I m Mlended Anywhere.
I will furutih thi flout M wall u the aheftpeit
trliolM dodlostad to funirtla- All ordtrt loft at
the ttora of J on O. Count will rtotlTe prompt
an en uon. rur innoar paniruiKri, ran on or
aiMreu B. B. lIKNDKKbON.
Dee. lt 1879-tr.
GEO. WEAVER & CO.,
Bar opaa4 op. Id the itort room lately oacvptad
bj Weavar A BetU.on Second (treat, a lara and
wan HiMUti itook oi
ry - Goods Groceries,
BOOTS AND S1I0B9,
QUEENSWARE, WOOD A WILLOW WARE
II ATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED. SALT, &c.
Which they will dlitpoM of at reason alia ratal
tor iua, or aicnanga tor country produoa.
OKOROB WEAVER A CO.
Claarfletd, Pa-, Jan. 9, 1878-tf.
James ! Leavy,
llavinr parohaaed the an lira itook of Fred.
Saokelt, hereby giiaa notice that ba baa moved
Into the room lately occupied by Read A Hagerty,
on Second at reel, where na ii prepared to oiler to
heat Mr a .ro
of the lateat Unproved pattern at low prloaa.
HOUSE FDENISHIN9 GOODS,
Gas Fixtures and Tinware.
Roofing. Spouting, Plain bing, Oaf Pitting, and
Repairing 1'uaapi apeoialty. All
Anything In my lina wilt bo ordered tpaalal it
deiired. JA8. L LKAVV,
Cte.rt.ed, P.t JaaiMry 1, 1878-If.
THS PRICES 07 OUR
New Spring Clothing
Will I: Found is Low
AS LAST YEAR.
WESTERS HOTEL CORNER,
ClMrt.M, Pa, April Itlh, HIJ-Idi.
Cheap Cash Store.
R(M)M NO. THREE, OPERA 1IOUIB,
WH0LESAL1 A EKTAIL DIALER IN
Coatarlalnit DreH OooJa of th. verv Utl alvlefc
anaaieiiDi la aart af Uaahmer.., Haaekaalar
Faoeiea, Alpaeaa, aad all aiaaner af
Fancy Dress Goods,
Saek aa Craloaa, Hobalr LaaUra, Plalda, Draaa
uiajtaama, arraaa raa.iaa at tba Tare leteet
aljlea, mi aa eeap aa tb aaa ba ee!4
la tbU aiarket.
Conrl.llo, of Olevaa far Oaa la, Ladle, and
aaiaaea. lien ar all abvlea, Bilk rrlafaa,
Lmm, Fane; Draaa BatUaa, Ladiea'
Tlaa af all abadaa aad tt;lM, Oaffa
aad Collara. Rlbboaa ( all klnda aad
qnaliiiaaa. Ueri.e Uadmrear, Triiaailafa, ata.
BOOTS AND 6HOE8,
Queensware, Hardware, Tinware,
Carpet. Oil Clot Ii,
LEATHER, FISH, Etc.,
Whlek (la ba aold wkahaak ar null. Will lake
la Bichuf far Good, at Market Frlere.
ClnrteM, rt ep4. l, inn tf.
tV A W1UJ
PRIVATE SALE !
AMY partiea la need of a Pa Mill are hereby
Ittturmed that I will ifll them one ai good
at new. Stern 't Ulooka. a
M'TY FOUR lXCIl SA IV,
B4liog. and all th. oth.r lilurea In good order.
For further Information, addreaa
Jl'fTIN J. PIR,
Oaooola Hill., ClearBeld Co, Pa.
Haroh 8, 1 880 tf.
THE C0kl,n M A(,()S.
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES.
KEPT Oy HAND FOR SALE.
STAGE & REILLY,
ATTENTION FARMERS I
I HAVE returned to my old bu.lneaa, aLd will
ba found at the Planing Mill oRioe, on Pin.
atra.t, CLKAbPIBLD, PA., where I will aell all
AND THE CELEBRATED
WOOD H0WER Ss BEAPER.
A large ttook of which I hare alwaya on hand.
Alio, HAY KAKKS and all other maohinee aaed
by the Farmer, al well aa material! Tor repair!.
f if I will etehanga the abora article! for
CAHU, OOOD BEEF CATTLE, or SUEKP,
Aa I eun torn rUte butoherinc, and would be
pleaaed to bare the trade of the farmioft f ublio.
Clearfleld, Pa., June 9, lSSO-tf.
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STREET, NEAR P. O.
The undentjrned besa leara to Inform the eitl.
tenf of Clearfleld, and the publte ajenerallj, that
ha hat on hand a floe aifortmeot of Fu mi tore,
nob ai Walnut, Cheatnut and Fainted Chamber
Battel, Parlor Sal tea, Reclining and Eitrnaion
Chain, Ladiea' and Oenta' Eaaj Chaira, tba Par
forated Dining and Parlor Chaira, Cane Beata and
Windior Chaira, Clothea Sara, Step and Eiten
ton Ladder t, Hat Racka, Sorubblng Bruihea,
MOULDING AND PICTURE FRAMES.
ooklne Olaaiee, Chromoa, lo., which would
uiuhle for liolidaj preientt.
aeem TA Jillin TKullTiMAN.
Re-Union of Trade.
npiIE nnderaifrned wlitiing to inform the publte
JL ioh di openeu a
At tba old atand In Trontvllle, Clearfleld county,
ra.t on tna lstn mat., witn a full atook or
DRY GOODH. GROCERIES. NOTION M,
Boota Shoes, Etc.,
In fact everything to be found In a flrit-elaai atore,
all of which I am determined to aell at the loweit
FARMERS AND LUMBERMEN
WU1 find It to their adfantajreto do their dealing
with ma, aa the highert prioea will ba paid for
Q rein, Bhlnjrlea, or Produce of anr kiod. Part
or one-half eaih will be paid. Trading for
Sbinglea or Lumber of any kind a tpeeialty. Alee,
Singer Sewing Machines.
Raring made arrangement! with Batters mar-
ehante to aell goeda furnianed ma, therefore eall
and aee, aa I will ba enabled to aell cheaper than
the ebeapeat. J. W. CARL11.B,
T roatn lie, fa., Kept. 14, 7V-1t. Agent.
John hi & Bros.,
All Kinds or Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Mil A UK TIJIItEIt,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
SAWED LDMBEE CUT TO ORDER.
The Only Manufacturer in Clearfield
Connty of tho
NEW PROCESS FLOUR I
FLOt'R, CHOP .. FEED
FPCasli paid for all kinds of
brain Wheat, llye, Oats, Etc,
Corweae.lll., Pa., Jane I, 1880 If.
H. LEHMAN &C07S Store,
ROOM NUMBER TWO,
Wbm H. LaltaitB k Co. bare opttned tft Itrgt
took f tho Utott nd boat tlyUt of
AND A PULL ASSORTMENT OF
Lilies', Uissos' St Chillron'i
Of al elyle., mw la tka aiarirM. Call la i
at addraw H. LEHMAN A CO.
Oarteld, Ta., Mank H, I 'M If.
ANOTHER STRIKE !
CI.KA Ul'I ELI), I'A .
WKI1NKSDAY MOKNINQ, 8KI-T. Hu, W.
Continued from first page.
Just look at lliu ciuw of goillcsn
wrctebcR by whom Lomaianu Lux buen
ul most ilcwilutcd 1 In tho i'ueo of &
constitution!.! interiliet, your nclminis
trutiou Hi Wusliinttuu repoutudly in
terfurcd to ehiuld thum liom juatico,
and to niihold loom in tho ponnoHiiion
of power to which they had no man-
nor of leL'iil elulm. At this momont
tlioy aro proying upon tho prostrate
neoiile ol the olulo unuur the protec
tion of Federal bayonets. In that
what you tall punishing your own
You may answer that tho white
ncoplo of Louisiana, beinir conquered,
are rightfully ensluvod, according to
tn rmnciiilea planleU ut J'iynioum.
and tbcrutoro it is not for the liko ot
them to invoke the protection of law
and justice. 1 will thcrelore call your
attention to another caso to which the
Dubomeian rule does not apply, and in
which tho lailuro of tho Itupublican
party to punish its owu rascals has
boon equally signal ; 1 mean tbotiauds
ol the Union i'ueilio Railroad Com
pany and tho Credit Mobiliur.
You will p&rdon mo, 1 am euro, for
ruterring to this uffuir. You are tho
last man upon whom 1 would make a
permmnl point and 1 could not do it
here it 1 would try ; lor the convic
tion I have olton expressed remains
unchanged, that your intogrity was
not stained by such connection as you
bad with that business, lint wo both
know that it was tho most gigantic
fraud that tho history of modern times
discloses. Tho mugnitudo of the in
iquity almost exceeds belief. ' Tho en
tiro amount of tho booty already taken
from the public and stowed away into
tho pockets ol tho perpetrators can
not bo loss than ono hundrod million
dollars, and every six months they
mako a new demand, which is honored
at tbo Treasury by an additional pay
ment. 1 am told tliut a late Attorney -(ienorul
counts one hundred and eighty
millions as the sum which the United
Stales will losa in solid cash directly
taken out of the Treasury. I am not
Bure that thin calculation is accurato,
but it cannot bo vory fur wrong, and
it is not equal to one half of tho whole
steal, for it does not includo the value
ot tbo road itself, nor the land grants,
nor tho proceeds of the bonds to which
tho lien of the United .States was post
poned, nor tho equipment bonds. As
this swindle was tho largest, so it was
ono of tho most inexcusubly base. It
perpetrated at a timo when tho
nation was swamped with debt, when
tho poople were loaded with taxes, and
when the most rigid economy was im
jwrativoly required. All circumstances,
us well us tbo direct evidence, show
that it was no Budden act of thought
less imprudence, but was wilfully,
deliberately and corruptly prearranged
and determined. Thero is nothing to
mitigate it ; you cannot defend it even
by waving the bloody Bhirt.
11 ow did the Jfepublican party "pun.
ieli its own rascals" in this cass 1 Not
a hair on the head of any rascal was
touched. On tho contrary, thoy wore
promoted, honored and advanced ; tho
most guiltv ol them aro now, as they
were before, the vory darlings of tbo
party. Even that is not the worst of
it. These swindlers uro periodically
Bwclhng tho colossal proportions of
their crimo by taking out of tho
Treasury additional millions which
they claim as tho " precious results "
of their original fraud. They have no
bettor title to them than a wolf has to
the mutton ho slaughters by moon
light. The legal remedy against these
exactions is so plain that ignorance
alono could hardly miss it. Itut your
oflicluls havo lound out tbo way not to
do it They permit tho Government
to Ho down and bo robbed semi annu
ally by a corporation which Tildcn
would long ago have disarmed of its
powor, and whose criminal abettors he
would havo swept into tho penitentiary
I repeat that I do not blame you as
an active accomplice ol this wicked
ncss. But you ought to bavo come
out lrom the evil and corrupt fellow
ship as soon as you saw bow evil and
corrupt It was. ion owed it to Your
Belf, your church and your country to
ureas: on at onco lrom political asso
ciations capablo ol such indefensible
conduct. But your acceptance of tho
doctrines planted at Plymouth by the
V t l l: J . , t , .
lBHueoii uunucu your judgment, ana
made your conscience inaccossible to
the principles planted at Jerusalem by
mo people nrst called uuriBlians in
You would have us believo that
Ilayos, if elected, will reform abuses
nd give us a pure administration.
Your statement, and that of othor
gentlemen equally reliable, make it
certain that Ut. Haves bears an irro
proachable character in all his private
relations. 1 do not doubt bis posses
sion of that negntivo honesty which it
is a disgraco to want 1 accord him
those tamo household virtues which
entitle him to the respect of his neigh-
uura auu ino conuuenco oi nis family ;
but ho can no more stem tho torrent of
Republican corruption than ho can
swim against tho rapids of Niagara.
Bis whole history shows that he would
not even mako an effort to do bo, lie
has been most happily called "a man
of tried subsorvioucy.",
A rcformor in these times must bo
mado of stern matorial. llo must have
no connections with, and bo under no
obligation to, the authors of tho abuses
which need rolbrm, Above all things,
he must not have conscntod expressly
or impliedly to the commission of tho
publio wrongs which his duties asa re
former would require bim to punish.
When ho comes to opposo wickedness
in high places tho consciousness that
be bimscll Is in pari delicto will make
a strong man aa nerveless as infancy.
Speaking of reconstruction, and see
ing your broad accusations of treason,
I am tempted to ask il you aro sure
that you yourself and your associates
did not commit that crimo.
In March, 1807, tho then existing
Government of tho Union was suprome
all over tho country, and every Htato
had a separate Ciovornmont of its own
for tho administration of domestic con
cerns, Tho (ioucrnment was entitled
then, if it over was, to the univorsal
obedience of all citizens, and you, its
ofllcors, bad takon a special oath or
fidelity to it. Nevertheless you mado
a doliborato arrangement, not only to
withdraw your support from it, but to
overthrow it totally in ton of tho
States, and this you did 61 militarv
force. In all the South you levied tear
against tho Nation and against tho
dofencoloss Stales, destroyed tho frco
government of both, and constitutod
in their place an untcmperod and ab
Now, suppose you had boen Indicted
for this, how could you have escaped
tho condemnation of tho law ? 1 know
your excuses, and 1 can understand
your claims to morcy j but what legal
dofonso could you have mado consist
ent with your own argument and tho
decision ol tho Court in tho Milligan
1 can not describe to you bow un
pleasant is the sensation produced br
yonr profession of a dosiro for pcaco.
vi ny ao you not givo us peace if
you are willing wo shall havo it T
Von noed but to cease hostilities and
the general tranquility will be restored.
You refuse to do that because peace
would endanger your parly ascondan-
cy. To maintain your plunderers in
power yon have nniformly resorted to
tho bayonet you have made civil war
the eh roil io condition ot tho country
wherever you have displaood liberty,
fraternity and equality and given
nothing instead but infantry, artillery
and cavalry. You are at ibis moment
openiy engaged in preparing your
battalions for armed intervention in
tho strugglu of the people with the
What makes this worso is your clos-
ing ueeiarauon mat you will Uko no
step backward. There is no repent
ance, no change of policy, and conse
quently no peaceful or honest govern
ment. ''Onward," you say, is the
word. Onward to what? To moro
war, moro plunder, inoro oppression,
moro universal bankruptcy, hoavier
luxes and still woise frauds on tho
I'ublio treasury f
J. S. Black.
GOV. PALMER ON GARFIELD.
UOW TUELATTKS DESERTED Till BELEA
GUERED AttMr AT CIIICKAMAUU1IA.
Some mis-statements bavinir annear-
ed regarding tho speeches of Governor
Palmer, of Illinois, whorein be speaks
... .. ii .i .it- , .
oi uurueiu s roeoru, wo aro permitted
to copy from a lottorof his to a gentle
man just what Governor Palmer
did say. As the Governor was at
tho front at the lime bis testimony will
bo regarded as unquestionable by any
one who knows the high character of
tho man. Tbo following is tho ex
"In ono of my speeches I said, in
speaking of General Gortield, 'that in
October, 1803, after our army was
checked at Chiekainaugua and bad
fallen back lo Chattanooga and was
confronted at all points south of the
Tcnnessoo river by tbo rebol army
under Goneral llragg; when our linos of
communication wore Btraightonod and
difficult and our supplies reduced, and
it was apparent that nothing was left
for us out a disastrous retreat or a
bloody battle, with our enemy in
position, General Garfield left us und
quit tho army. lie had the legal right
to abandon the beleaguoicd army, but
his conduct demonstrated that be was
without soldierly instinct or sympa
thies." Governor Palmer also men
tioned tho singular lact, that General
Garfield consented to abandon the com
mand of troops in tho field, his own
regiment included, and accepted tho
moro staff posilion whieb ho hold in
1803, and whon ho lolt tho army in
October of that year.
Gen. Hancock at Uettysiiurci
The Thanks or the Nation. lie it
Resolved, by the Senate ana House of
Representatives, dc., That, in addition
to th thanks heretofore voted, by
joint resolution, approved January 28,
it, to Mujor general lieo. ii. Alendo,
Major General O. O. Howard, and to
the i. dicers and soldiers of tho Army
of tbt Potomac, for the skill and hoioiu
valor which, at Gettysburg, repulsed,
defeated and drove back, broken and
dispirited, tho votorun army ol tbo re
bellion, tho gratitude of tho American
poople and tho thanks of tho repre
sentatives in Congress are likowiso duo
and are hereby tendered to Major Gen
eral Winfiold S. Huncock for his gal
lant, meritorious and conspicuoussharo
in mat grcai and decisive victory.
Passed by the House, April 10, lRGG;
passed by the Senate, April 18, 1866 ;
signed by the Presidint, April 23, 18CC.
"The troops undor my command
have repulsed the enemy's attack, and
havo gained a great victory. The en
emy aro now flying in all directions.
"W. S. Hancock,
"Say to Goneral Hancock that I re
gret exceedingly that ho is wounded,
and that 1 thank him for tho country
and for myself for tho great sorvico he
has rendered to day.
"George G. Meade,
"Major Goneral Commanding."
Cash at Elections That vonor
ablo and conservative organ, tho llalti
moro Sun, sees it in this light: "liiib
ery is a moro doadly outrage upon tho
freedom ol elections than force can be,
because the corrupt uso of money is
more insidious, harder to detect, harder
to repross than sheor violonce. Force
may destroy the ballot and drive the
rotor from the polls, but bribery cor
rupts bis soul and converts the free
man into a hireling and slave. The
suspicions of corruption which so
flagrantly attach to tho condilinn of
suiirago in mumo, lason in connoction
with tho evidences of Tonality and un
due influence which were to abundantly
adduced by the Investigations of tho
Wallaco Committee, go a great way to
confirm the foar which already exiats
mat mo aangor to the integrity ot our
institutions is iu the improper use of
monoy and mo powor It gives, rathor
man in mo uruiaiaispiaysot torcoand
A Tabifi- Oracle Mr. W. Jack
son, of the firm of Jackson Si Woodin,
car builders at Berwick, savs tho Dun-
villo Intelligencer, lias blossomed out
into an oracular politician. He rises
to explain that "ourshopsaro in opera
lion, the wisdom ol the party wo sup
port." If that is so Mr. Jackson, then
the mines, mills and furnaces in this
place which stood closed and idlo for
years must also havo boon the rosult
of "tho wisdom of the party wo (ho)
support," as lor sixteen years sinco
inuu me itauicai party controlled all
Natiunal legislation. And theso mills,
mines and furnaces were only relieved
irom incir enforced suspension sinco
me jjcmocralio party secured control
of both Houses of Congress. Moreover,
Mr. Jackson, do you bolieve that Gar
field favorod a protective tariff whon
ho votod to reduce niir Iron from 19 to
17 por ton, and voted in favor of every
ii-uuuuoii oi ine tariu on loreign iron
during tho last sixtocn venrs ? Run.
pose you explain again Mr. Jackson or
endorse an explanation.
Commeboial Fkeebooteks. Thoad.
vacates of tariff duties eomo about as
near being up to tho ten command
ments as Henry Ward Becchcr docs.
Here is a sample. Tho Philadelphia
.nccora says : i no norm American
dwells with regrotful unction upon tho
magnitude ol the free list under the
present tariff, no tax bavinir boon paid
on 1200,000,000 worth of imports dur
ing mo last nscal year. Il our es
teemed contemporary will take tho tea.
cofl'oe and othor raw material wo do
not or cannot produce out of tho free
list thero will bo a precious small re-
maindor. Is it to be accounted as a
credit to protectionists that they do
not tax what Ihcy cannot producer"
Enliuhten us, pol Talking of pen
sions, can our neighbor, or iny othor
ilailical in good standing tell us' whetb
or or not, Ajny Mitchell, tho negross,
wnom uarnoid drilled with laterro.!-
tories, regarding tho volo In West
rcliciana, Louisiana, is on the pension
list r W want to know whether hor
statomont mado before the Potter in
vestigating committee, that she had
"said in bor testimony only what Gar
flold had taught hor to say," had any
thing to do with taking hor out of his
tory. Enlighten as, Radical organs !
CnANOKor Sintimknt. Tho Phila
delphia 'imcssay : "English is a work
er and be foals the oosl of bit cam
paign, while Garfield is not an or
ganiaor and must bo furnished with
both party inspiration and the money
necessary to pull bim through. It is
now evident lliat the Republicans have
rcatiy aoaieu tboir oonndeneo In la
iana within tho last week, while tho
Democrat have correspondingly In
increased in heart and hope, and will
now make tbines decidedly lively in
both Indiana and Ohio."
ALL FOR HANCOCK.
Till MEXICAN WAR VETERANS RECALL
The Mexican War Veterans' Asso
ciation celebrated on tho 13lh inst.,
tbo twenty third anniversary of the
enpture ot the city ot Mexico by tho
American army under General Win
field Scott. The association was or
ganized in the year 1858, with a
membership ot over ono hundred'
Their first President was the lute Gen.
Joseph Hooker, who was succeeded by
Major Gen. James Sbiolds. The pros
ont officers of tho association are Col.
W. Linn Tidball, President; Charles
T. Murphy, Marshal; G. W. Leonard,
Socretury, and Wm. Calligun, Trous
urcr. Tho association has been re
duced by death to fitly mombors.
Tweuty tivoof tbo survivors, with tho
officers, took the hall-past one o'clock
boat toConey Island recently, where
tboy enjoyed thoir annual ro union
and dinner at tho Sea Beach Palace
President Tidball presided at tho
table. Ho said that it gave him great
pleasure onco moro to join his old oora
rudos in arms. Such an occasion car
ried his mind back to the days of his
early manhood, when ho and thoy
marched into tho onomy's country and
helped to achieve those brilliant victo
ries that added lustre to American
arms. "And now, comrades," said bo,
"fall to, and while we enjoy the bun
quot, let us revive the memories of tho
Mayor J. C. Alexander, being the
oldost veteran present (G8 years), bo
gun at onco to rocall tho achievements
of tho American army in Moxico. Ho
described with enthusiasm tho victories
of llcsaca do la Palma, Palo Alto, and
Cerro Gordo. But tho old veteran's
enthusiasm reached its height when ho
began lo tam ol tho stormine ol Cba-
pullopoc and Molino dol Key, the last
strongholds protoeting tho city of.
M exico. "And at lc:iL" said ho, "when
that handful of audacious Americans
mrchcd into the Grand Plaza of tho
proud city of the Montczuinas, did we
not loel proud?
The company at tho tablo cheered
mo om votoran to tho echo.
President Tidball then aroso to offer
a toast. "Gonllcmon," said ho, "1 now
propose to drink to tho health of
distinguished veteran of the Mexican
war, ono who has sinco added undying
lustro to his namo by tho great servi
ces rondorcd to his country in tho war
oi the rebellion, and who to-day is the
candidate of tho groat National party
oi tno united states Hen. Winneld
Tho spoech wa6 groetod with throo
uenrty choers, and the toast was drank
with enthusiasm. Then the old vet's,
torgetting their battles, began to talk
politics. I hey could not, however,
disagree, lor they wore all Hancock
men. JNol being ablo to find a politi
eal opponent among his comrades, ono
of the volerans asked a lady present
wnom she lavorod for l'rosidont 7
"Uh, tho ladies aro all tor Hancock,'
Many othor toasts were drank, and
after the banquot tho veterans strollod
about tho beach until evoning, when
tnoy departed lor home.
Garfielo's Refutation. The Now
York Staatt Zcitung, tho leading Gor
man organ in this country, in alluding
to tno Lietioiyor nominee, savs :
"Tho Republican press is constantly
iniorming its constituents that Mr.
Garfield explained his actions in the
Lrodit Mobilier swindle and demon
strated his enliro Innocence in that
"Whatever defense Mr. Garfield had
or any justification of bis conduct in
the matter, he had fully produced long
ociore too entire republican and Dem
ocratic press had branded bim as a
"We desire our Republican friends
to miorm us when Mr. Unrtield pro
duced tbo evidence of his innocence
subsequently to 1873 and 1874, tho
period during which thoy condemned
bis participation.) in that swindle in
"Alas I the ovidenco is not forthcom
ing, a circumstance wo much regret,
for we thould havechoorfully reooived
the same. Wo are sufficiently imbued
with party spirit to believe in the uttor
impossibility oi elcoting Mr. Uarfield,
but we possess, most assuredly, moio
patriotism to deprecate the more pos
sibility of placing in tho Presidential
chair a man whose official conduct has
"In spito of the manifold corruption
existing in the land no one has as yet
been placed in nomination for the ex
alted position of Prosidont whose name
has boen associated with official dis
honesty or whoso publio conduct has
over been suspoctod ot corruption.
"It is a positive tact that Garflold
was known prior lo tho Crodit Mobil
iur and HoGolyor jobs to every mem
ber of Congress and the lobbies as a
"jobber , an outgrowth of tho civil
war and the period of reconstruction.
Our ideas of propriety cannot be rec
onciled to tbo possibility of electing a
porson of such antecedents, and wo
cannot comprehend the act of those
Gorman Republicans who would close
their eyes to tho reputation of to un
worthy a person, and permit tho snmo
to remain unquestioned.
"Wo know that at lcut somo of the
Representative ol the Gorman Repub
lican press possess sufficient independ
ence not to aocopt ovory one offered
for thoir suffrage"
Sock. The Rochester TTn Int.
somebody below the belt after this
fashion : "While the Republican Presi
dent at tho West is harping upon the
ono string of education at tbo publio
expense, all tho Republican stump
gabblers, from John Sherman down to
tho itinerant carpet-bagger, rail at
Goneral Hancock becausb the United
Statea taught him tho art of war at
their own cost that ho might fight
their battles might whip the present
Rennhliean Ministnr nf tha llnlln,!
States to Turkoy and. former "robot
brigadier," Jjongslreet, outot bit boots
Don't Knooiirao llniniTivaaa
Tbo election of Garfield would be an
encouragement to bribe-takers as tho
history of tho wholo world has as yet
turniahod no examplo of.
Merchant who vote for Garfield
ahould not complain of dishonesty In
tboir clerks horcafWi for thnv lll
havo parlici paled in the most signal
sanction of dishonesty over known.
ut money m my purse, no mattor
bow. That would be the lnaann In, , .,1,1
by tho election of James A. Garflold I
"Piibnnt." Tho sentimental man
of the Columbia Herald says: We
would like to see on of those canal
boat banners. The mules, you know,
and the boy with his pant tucked into
hi boots, "a bustin'' tbem on I We
think it must inspire us; may bodrivo
us into makinir canal boat toners f We
don't want to die till we see one of
those boats no.
A Quakor sentleman ridinar in a oar-
riago, with a lashionable lady docked
with a profusion of jowolrv. heard hor
complain of a cold. Bhivoring in ber
laco bonnet and shawl, a light as a
oobweb, abo exclaimod : " W bat shall
I do to keep warm T" "I really don't
know," replied the Quaker, aolemnlv.
"unless thee put on another breastpin."
Just So. The Now York Herald is
a very indcpoodontorgan,and occasion
ally treat the Democrats fairly. Hero
is a case in point : "Tb Republican
are lor subsidies, for liboral appropria
tions ; tba Democrat ar against sub
sidies and for economy in administra
Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs,
Cura.aei III., Jan. V, '78 If.
JR. B WINSMV,
PIl YS1C1AN it SURGEOy,
Th Dr. hiving recently loaatfd In CUirfleld,
oniri bit irrrtcfla lo l he prop It ol ibu vicinity.
OSIm on Reed itrMt. KUeao Leon
ftrd Home '
Jul Slit 6m
A Bargain 1
FARM FOR SALE
Tba Hnderalsaed offera at private Bale that v!
ualil. farm eilaated la UKAHAH TOWNSHIP,
Clearfield ouuoty, kaowa aa tt
Oontalalng 112 ar.a, 10 of which ara el.ar.il,
and navloK tn.rana erected a large frame da-ell
Ing bouea, large frame bara, and tba other aoeca-
aary oalbaildinaa, atiaelber with a larar. orchard,
food watar, .1.. Th. prunert. will ba aold oo
vary aaa. Urma. Forfurth.r partienlera iatulre
ui in. ouoeoriu.r, in p.reon, or dt letter.
Cl.art.ld, Pa., March Uth, ISSII.-ir
AN OUT LOT FOR SALE,
Tb undrirtlffurd offer it ttririte iala. . trot
ofkbont TVV KNTV ACK i.Sof Und ntutte id
Wit Clearfield. a.i,uiiiin.T I&ndi at K. Kihl
Henderion, and Klobtid 6Kw. ln eere of
mil und U oovared with raftiog tod tie timber.
The baleaee It improved, hariog thereon iiaall
vdi Drn ana a goon
oeoed, btildei an excellent 'pring uf water. Thii
lot edjiMot to Clearfield, le a ery valuable prop
ertj, and oan be out into lote of any Tbe
pruperiw win do 101a cheap and oa very Miy
terme. for further particular!, call in prreoo or
.uU j, a. mnnnftLib, Agent,
Clearfield, Pa., Aug. 2), 1880 4t.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS A STATIONERY.
Market St., Clearfield, (at the Port Office.)
TUB anderilgned bega leara to announoa to
the eitiuoa of Clearfleld and T.oiuity, that
he hal fitted up a room and baa Jnat returned
inim we ouy wi large amount of reading
vuinii ib pan gi
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank, Account aad Pau Booki of averv A.
eription ; Paper and Enrelopea, French pre wed
and plaint ?ni and Pencil! ; blank Legal
Paperi, Deeda, Mortgage!) Judgment, Exemp
tion and Promiaarr aotaet White aad Parch
ment Briflf, Legal Cap, Heeord Can, and Bill Cap,
Sheet Miuio, fur either Piano, Flute or Violin,
oonitantly on hand. Any bovki or etatlonary
denired that 1 may not bare on hand, will be ordered
by fir it exproai, and aold at wholesale or retail
to euit etutomera. I will alto keep period tool
MMwurv, boo u jaagaainee, newipepert, to,
P. A. UAUL1M.
Claarflell May 7, 186S-tf
A NEW DEPARTURE
Hereafter, gondi will ba told for CASH only,
or In exchange for produce. No booka will be
kept in tho future. All old aooountt mutt be
aettieo. loose who cannot eaih up, will pleaae
auu urer loeiT aoioe aoa.
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I am determined to tell my jroodi at cash
prieoe, and at a diieount far below that over
onerad in tbit vicinity. The discount I allow mi
oaatomerg, will mako them rich in twenty years It
uey ronow my adrioe and buy tbetr goods from
me. J will pay cash for wheat, oats and clover-
MM. JJANIKb OOOUL.ANDKR.
Luthertbnrg, January 17, 1877.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
PAINTS, OUS, DYE STUFF
Or ALL KINDS,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
for medicinal pnrpoeea.
TrnisM, Bnpportert, School Books and Station
try, and all other art ic let usually
found In a Drag Store.
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CARE
FULLY COMPOUNDED. Having a large aa
parlance In the business they eea give entire sat-
J. 0. HARTRWICK,
JOHN t. IKWIN.
dearl.. Demhf la, 174.
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODLAND, CLT'DCO,, Pi.
Roipoctfully aolitit thoir patron
and tba Dabll. aanarallv Lo eall .ml -.
iaa tb.lr n.w aleak af
Spring and Summer Goods,
Cabraere, Velreteena, Delaine,
vawna, uingnams, rrinta, Un
bloaihcd and Bleached Mui
lin, Fancy Skirt, 8hect
ingn, Tickings, Caroet,
KuK, Oil Cloth,
Cheviot and Percale
Shirts, OIotm, Neckwonr,
Mfln'a anrl ilnva' flntkl...
Hat, Cap, UooU, Shoos, otoM
Groceries & Gcn'l Merchandise
Will be found ot first quality, and
satisfaction 1 guaranteed. Tbe fol
loerinir ara il.tn Iran n i 1
" - j vv wi. UBUU,
(iome few only io thoir oon):
Sugars, Teas, Coffoo, Splofs, Syrpps,
umuvtiwutiriua, irnengoe, Jjomon.
Bananas, Figs, Date, etc., Hard
ware, Quoenswaro, Glassware,
Tinware, Wood and Willow
ware, Paints, Oils, Clocks,
Trunk, Valises, Mirrors,
ALSO, DEALER IN
BAas,a.s.Tis3 St shhtoies.
July 28, 1R0 tf.
Published ererj Wednesday Lj
G. B, GOODLANDER,
Ha. tli l.arife.t Circulation uf au; paper
lu Morttaweatera teiiue)lraula.
The large and ooimluntly Increasing
circulation of the Republican,
moo as A medium thro'
which to roach the
Term of Subscription :
If paid in advance, . 12 00
If paid after throe months, . 2 50
If paid after six months, . . 3 00
Wben papers are sent outside of tho
ooouty paymont must bo in advance.
Ten lines, or less, 3 times,
Each subsoqaont insertion,
Administrator' Notices, .
Executors' Notices, . . .
Auditors' Notices, . . . .
Cautions and Estrays, . .
Dissolution Notices, . .
Professional Cards, 5 lines, year, 6 00
Spocial noticos, por lino, ... 20
One square, 10 lines, . . . f 8 00
Twosqnaros, . . . 15 00
Three sqnares 20 00
One-fourth column, . . . . 60 00
Ooe-half column 70 00
One column, 120 00
III. A Mi S.
We bave always on band a largo stock
of blank oi all dosoriptions.
ARTICLES OP AGREEMENT,
Ao., Ao., Ao.
W ar prepared to do all kind of;
IN TnB BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Ci.ro. II. I. ood Inn dor,
Clearfleld Count, Pa.
THE MANSION HOUSE.
Corner nf Heeondand Market Streets.
I 1 ICAHHI I U, PA.
nnillSeid i,d et-toiLodiuus Hotel bw.dof t.
JL tli ast year, been enUrxeiJ to dctitU u"
former caattltj for tbe entertainment of strati,
gors and guests. Tbe whole build. eg t.u bk
ft furnished, and tbe proprietor will spare do
pU .to render hta gneau eiiafortbie mh'U
itavfajt with hlu.
KTTbe 'Mansion-House" Omnibus mot u
ai.d fron the Dopot oa the arrival and detsrtor.
nf each train. W. C. CAKUuN.
Jul ll-n.tf Proprietor
Market Htrret, Clearfleld, pt
Wm. 8. Bradley, formorly proprietor of tLa
Leonard Jltmie, bavlng leawd the AllegUnf
Hotel, solicits a share of publie eutronage, i
llouse baa been thoroughly repaired aiitj aewu
furnished, and guests will find it a pleasant n,,.,.
plug place. The Uhla will be supplied with tli
beat of eterthlng in the market. At the tif
will be found tbe best wines and liquors. (Jo ad
itaMing attached. WM. ti. UltAbLKY,
lay IT, '79. Proprietor.
rjn:.M PER a xc E HOUSE,
NHW WASIIIKUIOM, I'A.
II. D. 110811, . . P.o,,ra.
Ueali, 3!o. Man and horae over oight, $1 00
Mao and two boreca over Bight, tl.&u.
The Leal of aceuutmodotloQa for oian aad
NtW WASHINGTON, lu
Thla n.w an.l r.inil.h.J h..- l. ' .
taken bv tbe underaigned. Ut feel, eonlidenl .1
bin. .hi. tn rnr ..iLlutl.. ... .1 l
taror him with a oall. "
Ways, 18,1. u. W. DAVIS, rropr
T OYD HOUSE,
-a-J Main Plriet.
Table alw... .,... .... k... .,
j ' , , " i ... ji,.i
aCimta. The traveling public la invited tu el,
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIELD,' PA.
ROOM In Maaonie Building, one door nurtL . t
0. O. Wati'jn'e Drng Hlire.
PaaaageTielieta to and from Llrartiool nn..n
town, Mleegow, London, Parla and Coiienhar, n
Alao, Draftafor Bale on tbe Royal Bankuf IrvUi,.
and Imperial Dank of London.
JAM KR T. LEONARD, Pre. t
W. M. BUAW, Caahier. janl77
DREXEL & CO.,
iu. 34 Houtb Third Ktreet, Plilla.klpiila
And Dealers in Government Securities.
application by mail will receive prompt stten
tlon. and all InforniKtioo eheerfullv fnmi.u.i
Orders soliotcd. April II i:
E. aHXOLn. 0. W. A an OLD. . 1. 4 Hi,..
F. K. ARNOLD A rn
Kiuili?rM and Ilrokt iK,
Hejnoidsvllle, Jeflfnon Co., Pn,
mwej reeetrea on deposit, tnieoutti at n,i.
derate rates. Katern and Foreign Exchan l
J - ""'"'I""' iiiumpiiT mio
RjtVfir.lrl.vllU Ilu I at 1 07 J
J L. It. HKICIIHOI.B,
H l H ; U ( . II L N T I a T,
Oraduate of Iba Pannrylrani. Collece of Dental
Surirerv. Offire In reaidenee of Dr. II ill., oppo.lt.
thajihaw Ilooaa. Bibll, '78 -If.
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OSi-a In B-ink Buildit.g,)
CartTcnavllle, ClrarfJeM Co.. I'.,
mob Ii '7(1 If.
F'''" CLEARFIELD, l'KNN'A.
T-(iai( In rerideuea, oppoaite Fbaw IIou..
J. M. STEWART,
(Offloe la reaideno., Second etreet.)
Nitrooa Oxide (Iaa admialaterad for tbe pain
aaa extraetloa of taatb.
CUardrld, Pa., Mar t, 18T7.l v.
. jv... ..i-n. am bib .no
outfit free. Addreaa II. H.II.L A Cnmn.nv.
..k n . - J
Portland, Maine. de17,'71l.y.'
Tfl frdajat borne. Flamalea worth
jlfj ,u OO J frra. Addreaa Sllnao. A Ci.
Portland, Main.. dMl7,';f ly.
$79 w"k' " d7 11 l""na ",M7 m"1'
9 I it Coetlr outfit free. Addrai. Tro. A (V.
Auftueta, Maine. jileel7,'7 lr.
SIMEMAklNf.I hereby Inform nay na
trooe, and mankind in reneral. tbat I have
removed my ahoomakiiif ebon to tbe room la
Oraham'a row, over 8. 1. Snyder'a Jewelry atore,
and that I am prepared to do all kinda or work
ia my Una cheaper thaa any other ahop la town.
All work warranted aa good aa ean ba doaa any.
where .Im. Poeitlv.lv thia ia tb. oh
In Cleaxlield. JOS. II. DKKKINd.
Daa. 11, lrS7!-tf.
Wholesale dc Retail Dealer in
II1K LARGEST and REST SELECTED STOCK
IN TUB COUNTY.
Tl'RS and BIICKETK,
. County Ageut for
LORILl.il Mi'B TOll.lt COS,
There (node bniixht for CASH la lar(0 loU,
and aold at almoat eity prlrea.
JAMES II. LTT1.K,
Clearlleld, Pa., June 11, l78-ly.
The Bell's Run Woolen Fac tory
Pann townaklp, Claarleld Co., Pa.
n II K II E II I) II T 1
Th.eabaorlh.ra bare, at (rvet oipenH.rebullta
naithborbood naoaaaltv. In th. .raAtioH of. fir.t-
alMa Woolea Manufaolory, with all Ih. mi'dira
improveajonta attached, aad ara prepared to aiake
all klnda af Clothe, Caaelan.reo, Ballnetta, l'a
keta, Vlaanala, Ao. plenty at (ooda aa band te
apply all aarald aad a tboeaand aaa eaatoaieK,
wbora wa aak to eon a and alanine ear atoea.
t aa aaalaeai or
OARDINd AND FULLINO
will reo.lv. ear aepeeUI attention. Propav
arranireraeatf will ha mada lo repair, and deliver
wool, ta eall anatomer.. A It ..oimI and
doaa apoa lha ahartoot natlea, and by atrial attea-
" oaaineea wa aotie ta raaliaa a llbaral aaar.
at pol.il. patronaira.
lOKIO POUNDS WOOL WANTED I
...win pay ma niioeat taark.t prtea lor wee
aa toll oar aannfaelured (ooda aalowaa alowilaf
oda ean ba boniht ia the eoanty, and whenever
wa f,i to render rwaaenahla latlofaXlM wo e.0
alwaya aa foaad al hoaaa ready ta make proper
ra.uoa, aitaar In pareoa or by letter.
JAMES JOIINHUN A SONS,
ow.r P O