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TY BONE t CLEAHFIEM) BRANCH
"VN and after Mnndy, MAV J4, USO, the
Vri anenRer Tralni will run dally (eicrpt hun
d.yi) between Tyroneund ClearQeld, ai follow
LEAVE SOUTH.' ," WAV! NORTH.
.1 4, "
.4 "V '
.4 17, "
..4. an, "
. 4.4(1, "
.6 35, "
' Tyrone,.. ,
. .M, "
. 40, "
,10 12, "
.10. U, "
: Blue H ill
LEAVE 8"! Til. " LEAVE NORTH."
1. . Tyrone, r.!0 r. a.
" ! Yaniooyne,...,?..;! "
" Sumiull,....,.. s 05 "
" 1 PoWrltou...8.l7 "
" 0.o,l., 8 j
" I Boyntoo S.S4 "
" etinor'e,-... .S.JO "
" Pbtlipil,art;...S.41 "
" : Unburn. ...... 17 "
" 1 Blua Ball 8.65 '
" W nllacotoo, ...V.0J "
" ' Bitlrr,. 0.10 "
" I Woodland, 0.17 "
" BarrtU, 0.15 "
' Leonard 0 30 "
" Clearlcld 0..18
" j Hivemew, 0.48 "
" Curweri.rille 10.00
PniT.II'SBl'RO i MOSIIANNON BUAMCHES
La&v a aonvn.
r. h. a.
A. H. HTATtOIM.
a. m. r. h. r. H.
12:22 4 14
0:10 I'-' "! 4:01
I Si 11:51 J II
1:50 11:15 8:50
8:15 11:40 3:45
1:111 11:15 1:45
nVil 11.30 l:.M
8:30 11:35 3:30
1 11 ,.:
2-4? 10:13 7:TO
2:53 10:48 7:45
2:57 10:63 7:56
3:07 111:58 8:11! Kendrick'l,
3:12 11:03 8:00 ltauiiy.
BALD KAOLE VALLEY BRANCH.
Ki. Mail. , i Mall. Kxj).
r. H. A. m. I ' r, m. A. M.
7 0S 8.20 leave Triune' artlie 11.31 7.55
3 23 8.37 Bald Eagle 8.17 7.41
8.l 0.10 Julian 6.38 7 01
8.24 0.13 Milnliur; 1.16 8.4.3
9.32 0.41 lMWonte 5.05 8..I3
8.45 10.11.1 Milributg 4.55 6 23
0 08 10.111 -. Howard 4.31 8.00
041 11.04 arrlra L. Hurt leave 3.65 6.35
KAHTWARIl. A.M. WKNTWAHO. A. U
Pacific Kipre 814 1 Piii'Lureh Ezn'ta, 1.53
Jobnutorrn WxyTttt 8:51; Pacific Exj.reii, 8:18
P.". I P.M.
Da? akaarrii 12:5 1 ; War Pailcn(er, 1:15
Mail'irein, 3:2rj4'hicaif Bxpresl, 3:35
AtlAOtlfl Erpre-n, 8:51 M:ul Traiu, 1:34
Ph.ila. Exprcul, 0;.13i Fact Line, 7:U8
CloAe eonnectioDi mad hy all train at Trrona
and Lock Haven.
S. S. BLAIR,
" HTAIJR LINES.
A itaacleavei CurirencTilledailr fur Rcynnldi.
Tille, at 1 o'clock, p.m., arriving-at Bcynoldiiville
at 8 o'clock, p. tn. Returning, Icavea Reynold!,
villa dally, at 7 o'clock, a. m., arriving ut Cur
weniville at 12 o'clock, m. Pare, each way, $2.
A ttago Icawp CiirwtnfTlllo daily, at 1 a'oleck,
p. m., lor DaHuii tlty, arrivinir at DuW"l City
at 6 o'clock, p. m. Returning, leavci DuBoil at
7 o'clock, a. m., dally, arriving at C'urwenivilleat
11 o'clock, m, fare, aach way, $1.69,
Allrghcny Valley Rnilrosid.
LOW IIRADE DIVISION.
ON and after Monaiy, iuM Jfib,' ls,
the paKNengor tralni will run daily (eicept
Sunday) between Red Bank and Driftwood, aa
fdllowe :!.' . i ,
EASrWAHD. Day Sla'illcavei rltlinuri
8:55 a.m.; Red Bank 11:35; Sligo Junction 11:51;
New Bethlehem 12 55 p. tn.; Mnvrville 1:10;
Troy 1:35; llro'Tlo 15 uHar''4 Ji;t l Hey.
noldnville 2:38 ; tnBoie 3:08 ; tjmnmit Twnncl
8:21 ; Penflcld 3:12 Tjlrr'i 3:6j; Benoictte 4:31;
arrive! at Driftwood at 5:20.
V1 W A It I). Day Mall leavei Driftwood
11:20 p. in.; Beneirtta 1:110; Ttlcr'a 1:28;
l'entleld 1:30 ; Summit Tunnel 1:'.'0; DuBoi3:l6;
Rcynoldiville 3:38; Puller'i 3:54; Brook ville 3:16 ;
Troy 8:32; Mayiville 3:65; New Bethlehem 4:00 ;
Sllgo Junction 4:17; Red Bank 6:03; arrive! at
Piltaburg at 70 p. in.
it The Beynnldivllte Accommodation leave!
Reynoldeville daily at 7:65 a. m. and arrive! at
Red atenkat I(v40w. a., Pittikorgti at 1:40 p.m.
Leavca Htitaburgh at 2:16 p. m. Red Bank at
6:56 p. vs.; Arriving at Reynoidiville at 0:05 p. m.
Cloia connection! made with train! on P. A B
Railroad at Driftaood, and with traJmentha
Allegheny Valley Railroad at Red Bank.
DAVID McCARUtl, Uen'l Snp't.
A. A. JacjcaoR, Hup't L. II. Div.
Hiverview 6 .10
Cle.rlleld 6 47
Leonard, & i3
lli..r, rj IIS
Blue Hall, 8 .21
FARE f ROM CLKARKIELI), TO
Belleronta, Pa (3 05 1 Middletown 6 00
Lick Haven 1 70 Marietta..-.. 6 56
Willlameport 1 80 Lancaetar 6 80
Hunting,!,... 1 80, PUILAULLI'BIA 7 00
Lcwiatown H.. 1 00 Alloona 1 65
Mary!Vi)lo.. MH 4 50 Johnitow-a.n(.H S 86
Cuweniville,.,..,... .20 Philipiiburg..w... 61
Osceola 85 Tvrona 1 32
HAKRIMBBHII... 4 75 PITTtiBHRU 6 16
The nmlfri)t nt& will tt prWate le, hli
frm, tented in Penn lownNhip,ClearAeld ooontjr,
half of whleblilna (food mi of cultlratton,
with a frame dwelling, barn. a thrifty orchard
and aa rirellcnt prina; of never failing water,
together with the neetciary outhaildinga. The
portion not eleared ii bearily timbered, and all
ii anderlafd with coal and Irm. It will be iold
low and on eauy termt. For further inlortnalion
call an the premlfee, or al.nM the Pulitvt'riUr at
Uratnpiatiilill. P. O. OUKN J. KE LI IS AN.
t.ratnriUw Hill, Jnno H,h0 nm.
SI site Xormul School.
( ICigMh tformal School District.)
Lock Haven, Clinton Co., r.
. y.RA Uflt Ax AI., ?. D., Principal
Tbii 8chvl aa at preaent eoattltated, rtflVrnthe
very hmtl farllilici for I'rofef tional and Claj.eal
Builtiiafraef aniens InTlttng and eowaodloU 1
eoaM'Ifiialy hetew ay attua, wall veatiialaa, and
farnlrhed with a bounlitul lopplj af pore, oft
prtrg water. ...
Location healthful and tay of ikch.
Surround in jr aarnery aniarpaaaad.
Tranben eiperiencd, efVlent, and alire to
in fir wort.
Iiaelp)ine, flrtn bat kind, nnifmand thorough.
Ript-niea moderate. t
Vfiy eenta a week deduction to tboiepreparing
to teach. i i
Btaiieati admitted at any tiiae.
Courne of eiudy preacribad by the fttatej I.
Model Prh'.ol. If. Preparatory. 111. l:i.m.n
tary. IV, cVilutita.
L ludamia. 1L Coamaroial. IIL Uu.le.
Tba Klrmontary and SolenUAe toaraaaart Pro
feuional, and vtadenrt rradoatlor therein reoelvt
Htata Diploma, fwnf-rrinR the Mlowmf eorraa.
P"tiditi deiraei: Maater of tha Kleiaroti and
Maetaroftha IsHenra!. Oradoatea la tha other
cour.ee receive Normal Certlfieatea of their at.
teirajaiuj. a avw iby theV.ealty.
Tha Vref..lnal eoarm ara liberal, and are
la lborouhneii not inferior t. thova at oar beat
Tha Htata peoairal hifh.r ardar of eiluen.
ehip. Tba tinra dauand U. It ia aaa af the
r.riina nhjeoU af thie arhool ta kelp toaeaara it by
urni.hlog lotetlinent and eQ.ot.at Uaehera for
bar arbouli. To tbii and It aoliriu yauoi pa,,
aoata of aood abilillea and wood namoaaa thnaa
wha daaira ta iniprova their time and their tai-
awta, aa atanenl!. la all aneh It promtae! aid in
4levafpint their powera and abundant opportn.
itlaa for well paid labor alter li.vin lebaol.
Par atalotue and term! addrci, the Principal,
t Uta farretary of tie Board.
BOARD OK THl'STUMi
J. It. Ilarto., M. D, A. H. Baal, jaaob Drewa.
rt.H.lllekford.Kainn.lCbrlit.A. N. Kanb, R H.
Cook, t. C. Uipfla, Rao .o. Kiatttna, K. P. Mr.
Corraiok, Kiq., W. W. Haahia, W. U. Drown.
, mri Ticiratt.
Uon,A, O. Cartln, Bon. H, L. Aarr.abaek,
0.. Jaaaa MerrUL Haa. Wm. IliKlar, J, c. C.
It baley.nt. Millar MaUonaiak, Kan.
" Pre.id.at, Clrarlald, Pa,
Oct. JRe.RI M BHKILL,
B. MILLAR MrCtiRMlCR,
ftaeratarr. Leak Uavn, Pa.
tUOMAH I AP.D1.IV, .
Traanrar, Loeb Tlavaa, Pa.
Lock flivaa, Pa, Aoaft 4, 1M ly I
ARNOLD HAS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles.
SHAVED AND SAWED
Curwenvi!le, Jan. 0, '78-tf.
E. S. HENDERSON,
iii'nusiim, PKNit A.
fpilK auliicriUr aow oIT.ri to the eitlieni of
J. llurnii'le and vlclnltr, aa unprovlJed
pecially. HirealUT all kind! of Caket! and
toulni will be kepi on hand, and ordrri tiled at
t uncralH.lttnulril .tnyirhtre.
I will furniih tba 8oet aa well aa lha aheaneat
article! drdlnetad to funeral! All order! left at
the itora of Jou C. Cu.vaen will receive prompt
attentioo. Por farther particular!, e.ill on or
addreil E. . HEN Ul-RMiM.
Deo. 10, IJ79.tf.
GEO. WEAVER & CO,
Hive oponeJ up, In the ilure rocu Utelj owopled
ujr w-pftTer s Itelu, on cfjon-l iireci, itrga na
well ivlerteit (took of
ry - Goods Groceries,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
gCEEN'SWARB, WOOD A WILLOW WARE
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Which t(S7 will dirip'JM of at rraion-lila rati
Ivr taAh, or cxcliango lur count rj proJuoa.
(JKORdK WRAVKR A CO.
Cltrfiil.l, I'., Jan. . lM7S-tf.
James Zj. Leavy,
Ilivitft ptirohAiiU tlia eniire attoak of Frrd.
(Suckett, hcrrbjr givct iiut.ee that be bn mored
into tl. room ltcty occuiird by Retl A Mitirrty,
on Stnontl eireet, where m ii prrpnrti to offer to
of the 1b t tit tmprored pattern, at low price.
HOUSE FDKNISHINQ GOODS,
Gas Fixtures and Tinware.
Roofing, Mpoutiut:, Plumbing, One Fittlnfr, and
Ucpairintc Pnmpa a ipaeialty. All
Anvflting In my lina will ha ordered apeelal If
desired. JA.1. 1, LEAVY,
- - ' ' FUED. SACKKTT, i
Clearfied, Pa., January I, ISTt lf.
I IN VALUE,
New Spring Clothing
ill Be Found As k
AS LAST YEAR.
WESTER!. HOTEL tORXER,
, CI..EAIU IELI). PA.
Clearfield, Pa, April 14th, lSSO.Im.
Cheap Cash Store.
ItlMIM NO, TIIRHB, IIPKHA Hollun,
WIlril.KRALS t RKTAII. HEALRR IN
Compriilna; Dren Ooodi of tha rery latertMylef,
eoni.ing In part of Canhmeref, Manohf-ttT
Faneirf, Alpaca, and afl manner of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Sura m Crwtom, Ifohatr Loiter. Pleldi, Dreai
Uiagbamt, DreM Kanelat of Iba vary ialeat
Ij-kl, and aj cheap aa tha; aaa aa told
la Ihia market.
CenHetlng nf GloTat for Gentu, t.aiei and
Mi Ma. Hraa of all ihadn, Ptlk Fringe,
La, Panpy Drew Buttoaf, Ladlea'
Tire of all fhadec and ttyteff, Caffa
end Cfllara, Ribbone of all feinda and
qaalitte. Jderiao I'nderwrar. Trimmlngi, tte.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Quccnsware, Hardware, Tinware,
Carpels, Oil Cloths
LEATHEK, FISH, Etc.,
Which win ba told wheleaaJa or retail. Will Uke
la Eirhatigv rr tloale it Martnt Prim,
( IrirfaH, Pa., ttrt. t, IRT9 U.
5,000 Rail Road Ties.
far.na Ilia, Pa. Jan. t, T tf
TIMBER FOR SALE I
All nf the white pla, beml'tnk and uk timber
un 17ft aerea, htpInK part of the tfeorfe Hahaker
traH,;in Moril towaihtp, ta tWtala. Thaunlr
tvnel rcerlea propiwali for laid limber,
titti by the foot or for tb whole amount, with
iui-b tnue to remove It aa may be iiroftl upon.
U. It. W. HAKKHTT,
Alli'a fur the Owner,"'
Clear fie 111, fa., Sept. JJ, Ustt-tt. 1
PRIVATE SALE !
ANY pattlea In need of a Pa Mill are hereby
Informed (hut I will it II thrtu one aa food
a new. Htern'a H luck a, a
FIFTY FOUIlI.ai SAW,
llelllnf . and all tha other Bilurea In food order.
Pot futlber information, addreM
J Iff TIN J. PIG,
Oiaeola MlUe.Claarleld Co., Pa,
March f. It0 tf.
ATTENTION FARMERS I
II1AVK rvturncd to tny oU buKinrai, ai.d will
be fund at the VUuln M ill utAen, on Fine
tret, CLKAHPIM.U, i'A., wbera 1 will tll all
AND TIIK t LLKIIKATEI)
WOOD IvlOVTES & REAPER,
A larfte atock of which I bare alweya on band.
Alio, I1AV HAKtrt and all other macbinea uied
hy the farmer, aa well aa material! lur repalri.
fitr I will cxchann the iriora artlcloa for
CASH, (100D UtKP CATTLE, or SUtEP.
Aa I contemplate butchering, and would la
pleated lo haro too lrale of tha fnrmlnn Miihlto.
KLAM W. KHOW.H,
ClearBeld, !., Juuo 9, UrjU tf.
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STREET, NEAH P.O.
The ondenitnad bega leave to Inform the rltU
teni of Clearfield, and tha public generally, that
he baa on hand a One aMortmtnt of Kurniiure,
ioeh aa Walnut, Chestnut and Painted Chambrr
fiuitea, Parlor 8uHea, Kerlintng and Kileniion
Chain, I.a.ilo.' and Genta' Eay Chain, the Per
fnrated Dining and Parlor Chaira, Cane iScaii and
Wlndaiir Cbuira, Clothea Ban, Step and Kilcn
aion Laddera, Hat Rnoka, Scrubbing bruahei, Ac
M0ULDI5G AND PICTURB FRAMES,
ooklng Olaiiet, Chromoi, tie., which would
'iltable for Holiday prtaanti.
ft mi I H 73 JlllIN T tt'HTTM A N
Re-Union of Trade.
PIIR unleraignrd wiiliing to infoim the public
Jt tli it he opened a
At the old (tand In Troutrille, Clearfield cnontj,
Pa., on the lfith inat., with a full ttock of
DRV (,'OODM, f;R(( MlILS. KOTION'M,
llUwta, Nliota, Etc.,
In fact everything to be found in a fint-clene itnre,
all of which I am detarminrd to aell at the loweit
FARMF.RM A7ID IX'MHEItMEN
Will flad It to tbrlr advantttge to do their dealing
with me, ai tba bigbeat pricea will be paid for
Grain, Hhioglra, or Produce of any kind. Part
or one-half eatfl will ba paid. Trading for
Shlnglaa or Lumber of any kind a rpeclaltjr. Alio,
Singer Sewing Machines.
Having made arrangements with Eaitcrn mer-
ehanti to aell gooda furaianed me, therefore eall
and ice, aa I will bo enabled to aoll cheaper than
tliecheapoet. J. W. CARL11.K,
Troutvillo, l'a., Sept. 74, 7V-ly. Agtnt.
John Irvin & Bros.,
All Kinds of Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc.
MAKrrACTKKSRS AND DEALERS IN
NH Alti: Ti ll It Kit,
' a:;d Kvjhv iiEschipiion of 1 ,,
SAWED LUMBER CUT TO ORDER.
The Only Matiufaolurcra in Clcnrfiflil
County of tho
NEW PROCESS FLOUR !
KOI B, t llOR ..! .!.
t"aFT!ftHli riniil fur nil kinilu nf
Grain Wheat, Rc, Outs, Etc.
Cnrareni.llla. Pa,, June I, ISSO lf.
H. LEHMAN &C0.'S Store,
ROOM NUMBER TWO,
Pic's Opera House,
Whara fl. Lahtnan A Ca. hare rtiened a reft large
itaek af lha lataat and bait itjl.i af .
' , ' ' i .'!..'
Fancy Goods, ,
. .... . . ...
AND A tCLL ASHORTMKSTftf '
Liiics', Miflsca' 8c dullron'i
Of afl itrlea, now It (ha rkei. Call la naraaaj.
ar adar H. I.KIlMArT A CO.
CraarteM, Pa, Matrh IT, ! U.
- Ci.F.AIMIKI.U, 'VA'
WHIiNllHUAV millMNii, OCT. . IK
117 Y Til Ii Xi:l HOES VOTE
Ilia tUL( A110NAI, AUVANTAtiCa, TIIOL'UII
Ittl'riil.lt'ANH nTOI.K II IB a( IIOllI. MON-
i:vHrH,B2,i cfitnnrn voTriia who
OWS HK.11. hTATK.
Ta Ike Editor of the Xetc York World :
Km: 1 tttko 'iIhikuio in complying
with your mUtt to I'urnish fur publi
cation cerium InctH which 1 referred
to in nn interview with your reporter
rtlulive to tlio present conditio!) of lit
coloreil man in Ccorla tinder llcmo
emtio rule. . An lotigna the innlitution
of African uluvery cxinted In tlio South
public polity dictuted thut tho slave
should not become tlio owner of prop
erty and that ho should not enjoy the
full ndvantugcr) of education. This
policy grow out ol tho necessity of our
situation, licit out of any hostility to
tlio colored people us a rueo. I find
many intelligent pcoplo at tho North
who believe that this policy still con
tinues. Hut there never wasa greater
mistake Willi the abolition of slavery
the reasons for tho policy ceased, and
tho reason cetisitigthe policy ceased
with it. When the negro became a
voter it at oneo became our interest
thut lie should become an intelligent
voter, ii ml in devising a system of
public cducution equal facilities were
offered to both races. (Seo act of the
.Legislature ol Georgia, approved Au
gust 2U, 1872.) Our people were in
an impoverished condition. Accord
ing to the cstimulo ol tho School Com
missioner of Georgia tho wealth of tho
South in 1870 was only three. fifths of
w hat it was in lSlill, and Hourly one
third of our population consisted of
recently niuntimitted slaves, owning
no taxablo properly. In Georgia the
proportion was greater. Yet in the
face of these obstacles we have accom
plished great results in the education
ot tho colored people. In 1873 there
wore enrolled in our publio schools,
colored (tkolars, 10,755; in 1S74, 42,
374; in 1875, 50,358; in 1870, 57,8!!7,
and in 1877, G2.330. I take those fig
ures from tho School Commissioner's
report ti 1S78. I think this is the
last report published. Tho next ro
pnrt will appear in the Fall oi this
yuitr. Hut no intelligent reader can
tail (o notico tho rapid and steady in
crease in the number of colored pupils.
With our limited resources it must bo
admitted that tho results arc surpris
ing and could only be accomplished by
a people willing and anxious that tho
colored raco among them should re
ceive all the advantages and improve
ments which can be derived from edu
cation. Since the Democrats have been
in power tho funds appropriated lo
school purposes have been sacredly
applied to theso objects. lint such
was not tho history of tho Republican
Legislature elected under tho Recon
struction acts. In 1S70 they took
from the Treasury and applied to gen
eral purposes $212,027. C2 which bo
longed to the school fund. (See Gov
ernor Smith's message, 1872). In Goor
gia we have a colored university, loca
ted at Atlanta, which receives from
lha Slato the sumo amount annually
which i appiopriated to tho white
university. I leavo this part of tbe
subject without further comment, and
now invito yoar attontion to tho ques
tion of property.
No one is allowed to vole in Geor
gia who has not reached tlio prescrib
ed age and paid his tuxes. By the
Comptroller General's report of 1879
we bad 88,522 colored polls, and ac
cording to returns made by themselves
under oath to tho tax receivers of their
respective counties they owned fill,
101) acres of land. This is an average
of more than I! 1-10 acres to each col
ored pfill In tho Sluto. When yoa cx
amino the Comptroller's repoit for a
series f;f years yon again discover a
steady and rapid increase in the ac
quisition of land. In 1874 the colored
population in Georgia returned to tax
ntion 838,760 seres ; in 1875, 306,058 ;
in 1870,457,035; in 1877,458,899; in
1878, 001,890, and in 1870, 541,100.
Thcso figures abundantly prove that
under Democratic rulo in Georgia
tho Southern Stnto giving tho largest
Democratic majorities tho colored
raco is rapidly advancing both in the
acquisition of knowledgo and wealth.
It haa been the policy of our pcoplo to
foster tho spirit of industry of which
this increase In tho acquisition of land
is so striking a manifestation. In ante
bellum days tho laigo planter usually
carried bis cotton for sale to tho larger
cities. But at the closo of tho war
tho largo plantations wcro greatly re
duced in value and the number of small
farmers increased. Their produce was
usually disposed of in the county
towns, which now began to grow in
wealth and importance. Tho village
merchant soon began to purchase for
the moro industrious negroes small
tracts ot land and Aion to slock them.
The merchant retained tho titlo in
himself as security until the negro had
paid tho debt, when tho merchant
translerrod tho tillo to him. Tho ne
gro thus bmamo tlio owner of a small
farm, and tho merchant acqnircd, in
addition to the intorcston his advance,
a good and reliablo customer for the
futuro. Examples of this kind can he
found all over Georgia. I know of ono
vi!tngo merchant in a singlo county
who has in-this way enabled negroes
to purchaso in that county nearly if
not qnito 10,000 acres of land. Tbe
causes which have brought about those
results in Georgia have operated else
where throughout the South, and
doubtless with tho samo consequences.
Of conrso there wore disorders at
tondant upon so radical a revolution
at tho transformslion of our former
slaves into important and powerful
elements in our political system such
a transformation as the world bad
never wilnosscd in any poriod of ill
history ; but thcso disorders have pass-
d away. The former slave and the
former owner are living peaceably side
by side, and fouling moro and more
every day that tho political policy
which retards or advances the pros
perity of the one equally retards or
advances tho prosperity of the other.
Tho white man believes that upon no
ono thing is bis prosperity in tha fu
ture mora dependent than npon the
restoration of fraternul relations bo-'
twee ii the .North and the South, and
the most liowerlul agent he conceives
ut present in bringing about this re
sult is tho election of Hancock and
EiiglUh Is it a mailer of wordor to
your people, in tho light ot tho facta
hero presented, that his negro neigh
bors, over accustomed lo respect bis
intelligence, will be found side by side
with him at tho ballot-box, giving ex
pression to tho same sentimenl?
Youis very truly,
Gto. T. Dabmks,
Member Nulioitul I'eniocratio Com
mitleo from Georgia.
AumisTA, Gu., Sept. 8, 1 880.
THE SAD FATE OF SENATOR
Next lo tho Inauguration of Vico
President Win. 11. Knglish, tho most
attraclivo feature of tho exercises in
tho Senate on tho fourth of March
next will he connected with Senator
Garfield, of Ohio, who will, on thut
day, enter upon a term of six years in
a Democratic Senate.
Wo do not propose lo exult over
General Garfield's prospective defeat
and disappointment. As a man we
huve no ungenerous soiilinients to
ward him. It is the good fortune that
is coining to tho country in u Demo,
emtio triumph, not tbo crushing blow
that is to full on General Garfield, that
moves our cxultutitm.
After tho official oath shall have
been administered to Vico President
English, in the presence of all tbe
chief dignitaries of tho Nation and
representatives from all foreign courts,
(ieneral James A. Garfield, with other
Senators-elect, will bo culled up to tho
Vice President's desk totako tho oath.
What must be his fueling at that hour
and in thut present o I
Near him will ho seuted Gun. ilun
cock, wailing for tho organisation of
tho Senalu to bo perfected, in order lo
proceed lo tbo east front ol tbe Capi
tol lo bo inaugurated as President of
tho United States. It will not be a
chucrtul thing for Senator Garfield to
remember that the man whom he
tried to have mustered out of the army
has won tho prir.o for which ha strove
so earnestly. It will occur to Senator
Garfield thut the whirligig ut timo is
sure to avengo tho meanness of men
ant.' tho wrongs which they do or try
When the grand procession is form
ed to move to the east front the now
Ohio Senator may affect a cheerful
mien and step off with alacrity, hut ho
will feel as il he were marching to his
own funeral, for it will be tho funeral
of his ambition. And when ho has
settled into bis new place how often
and how terribly ho will be wrought
on by references to tho events of this
cumpaign, how many times will he
i be reminded that tho weapons used
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A more unpleasant place for a do
feated Presidential aspirant could not
bo contrived by malicious ingenuity
than a scat In the Senato with tbe
leaders of the defeated tactions, in the
persons of Coukling and lilaine, for
associates in that body. The Chicago
fight will be (ought over again a hun
dred times, and tha man who went
there to help another and helped him
self will not escape tho sharpest satire
that masters in irony can perpetrate
Day after day tho voico of Captain
llasselt will bo heard in the Senate
chamber, announcing : ' Messagos from
tho Prcsidclit of the United States,"
and year after year (ieneral Garfield
will ho compelled to see and hear the
name of Winfiold S. Hancock append
ed to executive papora. It may be an
enviable thing, under average circum
stances, to bo an American Senator,
but Senator Garfield will not bo an ob
ject of envy to anybody.
THE DUAL 1XOERSOLL.
Colonel llohert Ingersoll is vory im
partially dividing his time now be
tween Hancock and Christ. If ono
day we hear of him opposing the ono,
wo are pretty certain to bear of him
the next day opposing the other.
There is a similarity too in Lis methods
of attack on theso personages. In both
cases ho is particular to oxplnin that
ho has "nothing against Iho man," but
only against the party. He "freely
admits" that Hancock was a good
General and is an honest man. Ho
'gladly pays the tribute of his tears"
to the manhood ot Christ, lint it is
tho fulso principles of the Democratic
party that ho objects to in the one
caso and the fulso principles ol Chris
tianity in the other, lie conceivos
that the Itebel Brigadiers have simply
captured (ieneral Hancock and pro.
pose to make use of him for their self
ish purpose; just as the Christian
priesthood aro perverting tho life and
deeds taf Jesus for the selfish purpose
of building up an organization where
by they can livo without working.
Tbe funniest phaso ot the matter is
that theso diverse roles do not seem
groally lo interfcro with each other.
That is to say : Bob Ingersoll, tho infi
del, creates vory little prejudice against
Bob Ingersoll tho Republican, and rice
versa. Tho Christians who abhor and
shun him as a blasphemer, freely and
eagerly flock to hear him and cheer
in tho character of a great political
orator, and tho frocthinking Demo
crats who despise him for his violent
wavings of the bloody shirt, como out
in large numbors to listen with sym
pathetic rapture to his exposuro of the
contradictions of Moses. Thcro is
probably no other public man in tbe
country whooould play two such parts
It is all owing to his great skill in
keeping from getting tho parts Inter
mixed. Robert keeps his religion and
his politics as severely separate as any
orthodox preacher in slsvory times
cvor did. Tba devout Methodist who
goes lo hear him declaim against the
"Solid South" feels comfortably sure
that ha will not he shocked by any
jibes about the "rib story" of Genosis.
So likewise the undevout Democrat
who wants to bo confirmed and com
forted in his unbelief hy a few of In
gersoll'i blasphemous witicisms, goes
to the Lyceum without foar of being
offensively reminded that in voting for
Hancock he is littlo better than a tral
is an extraordinary phenomenon, how
ever, even with this explanation, and
demonstrates tha matchless power ol
real eloquence. Pittsburgh Ltadrr.
THAT JXXEK ROOM.
In his Indianapolis speech recently
Governor Hendricks spread before tbe
country a chapter In tho great electoral
c rime tuken fiom tho lips of James
A. Guifield himself. When a witness
bvl'orj the Committee of Congress Gar
nVId related how tho visiting states
man divided the work of overturning
the Presidential election. Ho said:
"la nrdar la aaaae nur work of aaaiulnatlun
and our aml(hlta of tbe eeee aa full aa Miaibla,
ilia euaite.lien teaa advitatt that all tba le.timo
nj relating to one parUb ba given lo ana man,
and tha te.llniony relating lo aoother arLb
.hoold ba glran to another a.n. Atnung tba
pan.hea that nare eoateatnd acre tha leru psriehe!
of Krllelaoa, and I beliara that Mr. Sherman aa
.Igaed Ibeea peri.hee to Mr. Parker and mrelf,
aaviag tb.t we aaald dietde than between ni a
wa tho.e. I eogeeited to Mr. Parker to taka
hia ebolea. lie look K.rt Peliclana; I lawk
John Sborman, a self constructed su
pervisor of election returns gave this
work to Garfield. In 1876 West Fe
liciana gave 1,248 votes for Tildeu and
778 votes for Hayes, a Democratic ma
jority of 470, and upon Garfield was
devolved the job ol getting rid of this
majority and revolving tho dociaion of
the ballot. On boing asked what be
took the returns for he answorcd :
A. 1 mean by that lo lay that I took tha eoiilei
of all tha oDieial paper! which were delirerad to
the hemming Board tonehlbg tha eleotioa In
Weit Velieieaa and for eonrenieasn of eiemin
Ing tbaia paper!, aa I did not raatde at tba b't
filarial hotel, 1 ooeuplai a room in lha Cuilon,
Hume in tbe corner of lha building.
Within that inner room of the New
Orleans Custom Honsosat Jos. A. Gar
fiold for eighteen days manipulating
tbe returns of West Feliciana parish.
How he performed that infamous task
ho told under oath to the Committee
of Congress as follows:
Queatiea What did yando t Aoiwer I took
all tboia paper!, commencing with Iba prolaet
and read tbem carefully and made a careful brief
of their content!, glring a cutnmary of aaoh wit.
neaa in my owe way, aa I would If I warn a law
yer in tha caea. Wbaa) I kid aatupleted that I
felt a great deal of amicty to aaa tba ana wha
bad teatiued, if I could. It war anoagb to read
tbe evidence ai It had been fixed np fur the no-
?rnee and tba whitee, but It waa mora than that,
eonfeaa I felt a goad deal of aurpriie and aatoa
iihment at the revelationi contained in tbeaa doc
ument!. Tb.t I went tbere wilh not a little ap-
firetirn.lon that there mult ba a good deal of ly.
ng la tba paper, of both ilrfei connected with
tbe election. 1 made Inquiry and found tbat
eonilaerable number of theee witneeiea were In
tbo dtr. I made out a Hit of perhapi ona-balf or
threa foarthi of tha name! of tha witnaiiaa whole
teititnnny 1 bad eaaminad, and inquired for them
and procured interriewa with tbem. I mt down
with tbem and aaked then, to tall me In tbair own
way Iba itoriea ol their relation to tba election.
1 cannot name all Iba wilneiiei with whoa. I oon
rer.ad, but nine of tbem I remember dutiaclly.
Mri. Amy Mitchell, tha woman wboaa hmband
bad been killed during tba progroii ot tba ragli
try or election. I alio remember .fulgo Duall, n
pariah judge, whom I examined ia tbe aame way.
Ai to the rerult of the examination, of ooarae it
wai entirely unofficial j it waa In oonreriatlon of
my own wilh tbaee witnaiaai I dripped eoma in
terrogatori.i te draw out mora fully from noma
of tha witoeaiea tha teatimoay wbieh tbay had
given rather In brief, and tome af tha Inurroga
toriea wbleb aubeequeotiy were appended to tha
teiiimony of theae witoaiaei.
Wbon tho affidavits wore not com
plete enough for tbo purpose of Gar
field bo "dropped interrogatories in or
der to draw out moro fully tho wit
nesses." It was necessary to manu
facture testimony as a basis for the
contemplated crime against the people
ol tho United States, and Garfield tolls
how it was done. Into tbat inner
room, away from tbo sight of men,
witnesses were brought lo Garfield to
make Ibcir perjuries. It their affida
vits did not reach far enough bo says
he prepared additional interrogatories
to be propounded to tbem to which
thoy went and made oatb.
Ono ol theso witnesses was Amy
Mitchell, who was brought into that
iuner room of tbo Custom House.
There was no one in the room but the
poor negress and Garfield.' She told
bcr story but il was not satislactory
to her inquisitor, who prepared now
interrogatories for her to which she
swore. Amy Mitchell afterward went
before a Committee of Congress and
sworo that thcro was not a word of
truth in the testimony which she gave
in answer to Garfield's questions, iiy
this infamous method Garfield prepar
ed the testimony in an inner room of
tho Custom IIouso upon which he ad
vised the Returning Board of J. Madi
son Wolls to throw out the entire vote
of West Feliciana parish. There is no
picture in our political history so re
volting as that of Jamos A. Garfield
hid away in that back room lending
his craft, canning, and dishonesty to
the forging of affidavits tor poor ig
norant negroes to bo nscd in pvcr
throwing tbe election of a President ol
the United States.
When tho work ol infamy was com
pleted the visiting statesmen left New
Orleans. Garfield Bays thcro was "great
anxiety" among them as to what the
result would bo. . Thero was tho samo
anxiety that burglars fuel as tboy re
treat from the scone of their crime. It
was not until they reached Bcllair,
Ohio, that a dispatch was received bv
John Sherman that the Roturniog
Board bad completed the work of in
famy. The "lawyer in tho case" who
manipulated tbe returns of West Fo
liciana returned to Washington and
became a Judge on the Electoral Com
mission. When the bill was pending
bcloro Congress Garfield, In real or
leigued opposition to it, said :
"It aaooraei tba right of Uoagreeo to go iown
Into tba aoll.gea and inquire Into all lha acta
and faeti connected wilh their work. It ai.amal
the right of Control! ta go down into tho Btatel
to review tha act of avery offiaer, to apan arery
callat-noi, and ta axamina arary ballot aaat hy
T.I'llO.Ouo of Ameriooni."
A good many Democratic members
of Congress has their misgivings about
the electoral bill. Garfield took this
method of assuring them that tho bill
authorized tbe Commission to examine
the real facts and ronder a decision In
accordance with truth and justice. On
account of this interpretation of the
bill they all tbo mora readily assented
that he should be made a member of
the Commission. But some who know
lbs fulso character of the man and
were shocked at tho part which he
took in New Orleans were not canght
by bis hire and protested against mak
Ing him a judgo who had been, accord
ing to his own admission, an attorney.
When he bocame a member of the
electoral Tribunal ho voted to close
tbe door against investigation of fraud,
West Feliciana returns and all, and
held that the certificate of the Return
ing Board of J. Madison Wells, based
on perjured testimony like that of Amy
Mitchell, propared by James A Gar
field, was beyond the reach of inquiry.
Thus the electoral crime was consum
mated, and tha foulest actor in it baa
become lb candidate of a great party
for President of the United States.
Bkaolit, Go WistI An exchange
remarks: "Thero is a demand on the
Pacific slop for a visit trora Mr. Jus
tice Bradley. Having gated on a fraud
ulont Prosidont, tbo people of that sec
tion naturally dosiro to look upon the
artist wbo put tba finishing touches on
that wondrous work."
The tree keens its trunk In eood
dor during the Winter to that it shall
be ready to leave early In tha Spring
Shingle Bolls & Saw Logs.
CurwMtvllU, Ju, , "It if.
JR. Ii WlNSI,0V,
Thi Dr. having ro.ti IdmUiI la CUarflajltl,
offcri fait trirMllht peopla of Ihia vicinity.
Offlci on Ketd itrvet. Riidt)B LsooRa
July- Slit 6m
FARM FOR SALE 1
Tba andtriij(nett offert at privito that val
uable Urtn aiiuatad ia U HA 11AM TOWNdlHF,
Claarlald ooudit, knowa u tha
II MIL El FttiRJi,
Oootalatng 11 aorM, (A of which ar e.aral,
and bavins Ibtraoa arteUd a Itrf frana dwell
ing bouaa, larica frana bam, and tha athar aaoea
ar outbttiltlingt, tugtbr with a large araharJ,
gnod water. The prupertj will ba aold on
very eaay Urmi tor further particular! LBqalre
of the ttaUcriber. In peraa, or by lettr.
Clearfield, Pa , Mirch Hlb, IHSO.-tf
AN OUT LOT FOR SALE.
The uodertlirnMl offer at nrlrsta aala. a traat
nf about TWKNTY ACKtof Uud atiyate ta
Wait Clenrfleld, adjoining landf of ti. Kiibnl,
Hentlereon, and Riobard (Shew. Ton aarae ol
(hit land It covered with rafting and tie Umber.
Tbe balanoe ii tmprored, having thereon a ataall
uidi ie.ru ena goo j
opened, brilj.i an .io.ll.al luring of water. Tali
lot adjacent lo Cleeruald, ia a rery valnabla prop,
ertr, and can ba ant lata lali of aojr ilea. Tbe
propm; will ba aold cbeap and on er aa.;
lertnl. For further particnlara. omll In nereun or
ddr.aa O. U. U KKHKLL. Aaanl.
CleirS.ld, Pa., Aug 14, ! 41.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Market M., Clearfield, (at tbw Port Office.)
TUB andenignad bega leave to abBomuoe to
tha eitiiflDi of Claarfield and viola it v. that
he haa fitted up a room and haa luit returned
from tha ity with a largt amount of reading
matter, aoni Siting ia prt of
Bibles and Misoellaneons Books,
Blank, Aooount and Paaa Booha of ovary do-
teriptioa; Paper and Envelope!. Froaab praiaod
and plain Pone and Peuoila Blank LegaJ
Paperi, Deada, Murtgaguf Judgment, Exvotp
Uon and Pmmiiarr note; White and Parch
ment Brief, Legal Cap, Record Cap, and Bill Cap,
Sheet Muiioi fur either Piano, flute or Violin,
oonitantly on hand. Any booka or atationary
deiired that I may not have oa haod.will ba urdertd
by Int aipreaa, and aold at wholesale or retail
to rait eiutomori. I will alaa keep periodical
litarature, tQh aa Magaaiuaa, Newipapen, Ae.
r. a. UAUiiin.
Clearfield. May T, ISfis-tf
A NEW DEPARTURE
LI T HEKSBl'RG.
Hereafter, goodi will ba told tor CASH onlv.
or In exchange for produce. No booka will ba
kept ia the future. All old ftooouata muat bo
fettled. Thoea wbo eaanol eaah up, will plaaae
haad over their note aid
CLOSE THE SECOKD.
I a at determined to aell any rooda mt eaah
prioaa, and at a diaoount far below that aver
offered la tbii violnity. The diaoount I allow my
outtomera, will make them rich In twvnty yean If
they follow my advise and bay their gooda from
ia. i win pay eaah for wheat, oata and clover
ml. DANIKL UOOOLANDBR.
Latboraburg, January 17, 187T.
HARTSWICK Sl IRWIN,
PAINTS, 0115, DYE STUFF
f ANCT 800DS,
or all kinds;
PUSS WINES AND LIQUORS
for aniletsal psrpoees.
Truaaea, Bapparten, Befcaal Baakt and Siatton
r, and all othar artiolee niaalljr
fonad In a Drag Btera.
FHY8ICIAN8' PRESCRIPTIONS CARE
FULLY COMPOUNDED. Harini a Inria aa
narlanaa In iba bnlinaaa laev aaa gira antira aai-
J. O. HARTSWICK,
JOHN t. IRWIN,
rtaarleld. Decaaliac IS, IST4.
DEALERS IN .
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODLAND, CLT'D CO., Pi.
Tf eepectfully aolisit their patrons
I j and lha aaklU mumII. a. ..II .... .....
iaa taelr near lloah af
Spring and Summer Goods,
Cashmeres, Vslreteens, Delaines,
juawns, binghams, i'rints, Un
blea'ibed and Bleached AIus
lins, Kanojr Skirts, Sheet
ings, Tickings, Carpets,
Kogs, Oil Cloths,
Chariot and Percale
Shirts, Gloves, Neckwear,
Men's and Bore' Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoos, etc, eta
Groceries & Gcnl Merchandise
Will be found ot first quality, and
satisfaction is guaranteed. The fol
lowing ara always kept on hand,
(soms lew onif in thoir season) :
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Syrups,
joniocuonerios, uranges, ieraons
Bananas, Figs, Dates, eta., Hard
ware, Queenswara, Glssswsrs,
Tin wars, Wood and Willow
wars, Painta, Oils, Clocks,
ft Miners' Supplies,
ALSO, DEALERS IN
BAS,a.XLTX2aS ft SZXX0LXS.
July M, HBO tf.
Our Own gkflt'frttifmtut.
Pabll.b.d ererj VYedaaadajr 0
G. B. GOODLANDER,-
Una the l.arf cat Circulation) l tuy paper
la "Jorthweilern Pennajlrauia.
The large and constantly inoroaeing
circulation of tbe Republican,
renders it valuable tobusiness
men as a roodinm thro'
wbiob to roach the
Teems oi Subscription :
If paid in advanoe, . . 12 00
If paid after three months, . 2 60
If paid after six months, . . 8 00
When papers are sent outside of tbe
oounty psymont must be in advance.
Ten lines, or less, 3 times, . 1150
Each subsequent insertion, SO
Administrator' Notices, . . 2 60
Executors' Notices, .... 2 50
Auditors' Notices, . . . . 2 60
Cautions and Estrays, ... 1 60
Dissolution Notices, . . . 2 60
Prolessiunul Cards, 6 lines, year, 5 00
Special notices, per line, ... 20
YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS :
One square, 10 lines, . . , $8 00
Two squares, 15 00
Three sqnare 20 00
One fourth column, '. . . . 60 00
One hall column, .... 70 00
One column, 120 00
We have always on band a large stock
of blanks of all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
Ac, ic, Aa.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Ao , Ac,
IN THE BBST STYLE,
' AND ON
ORDEllS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
PROMPT ATTEN TION.
Geo. n. Goodlandcr,
Clearfield ConntT, Pa.
A LLKGHENY I10TEL.-
Market Rtrtd, I Iter Held, fa.
Wm. R Hr.,11.. S.rttmtlv .rA.rU f .k.
Leonard ll.'U.e, Lavlr.a Iraatd tlie All.glie,,.
Hotel, lulicil. a .bare of ubltr l.etrooeKe, ilia
IIduh' na. bean tbnr.iorltlr repaired and nealv
ru.nl.h..! ....! u.kt. Mill 1, .1 il a
ting plate. Tba table nlll ba .unulied witb tba
-at ol eierrtlilna In Ilia market. At tba bar
win ne louna run or., win, ana nnoori. uood
If.t.llDi allii-ntd. Wal. 8. HIUllLKV,
tlaj 17, '!. Proprietor.
- - ODRWENSVILLE, PENN'A,
-Tbii old and will tiU'.li.htJ Hotel hi.
Wen leaeed br tba underlined, and be freli eon
ftdent ot rendeiing .aliifaelloa to Iboaa bo mijr
ialrinna bin. flood it.blmf attached.
I.KH H 13. ULuuM, Proprietor.
April II, 'KS.tr.
' j K M P E R A N C U 110 UK E,
NEW WAMIIKUTON, PA.
II. D. HOSK, . . PnormiTon.
Sr-Tte bait of acooinmodatiooa for laan and
buaat. A 'iberal ibaia of pub.ie patronage la
Hi i died. tieJIS,'bS.
NEW wasiiinuki.v, pa
Thla and well fupnl.h.rf ti.,.. v . . i...
taken by tba unierilgned. Ma feeli oondjent or
being able to reader aatlafaetion to Iboaa wbn o. .
favor biu witb n aall.
May I, II7J. O. W. DAV IS, Prop'r.
Table alwari aunplied with tba bert lb. uii.'
afford!. Tba trarehng pobllo la Inrited to tail.
jan.i, HOIISKT LOVl).
County National Bank,
OF CI.KaKPIKLU, PA.
ROOM In Maeonlo Building, one door oi.rtl. ..i
0. D. Wataon'e Urua b'lore.
PaeiageTloketa to and from Liverpool. Oueen.
town, ttlargow, London, Peril and Openhnarr.
Alio, Draft, for aala on tba Hoyal Bank of Irrlan.t
and Imperial Uar.k of London.
J .V M Krl T. LfcONARD, Prr.'t
W. M. SHAW, Ca.bler. Janl.'It
DREXEL & CO.,
K. 31 South Third fflreet, PliiUdel ,ihli
And Dealers In Government Securities.
At nl cation hr mail will reoelr nrumnt ati.n
tlflit, and all litaortaaticiD abvarfuily furnULed
Ordara aolictMt April M il.
f. I. AM HOLD. a, w, ARXOLD. J, 1, An ,,(,
F. K. ARNOLD & CO.,
Rankem and ISrolWrN.
lUjnuldMillt, Jrlleraou Co., Pa.
Money received on depoilt. Iiieounu it u.-'-dcrate
rataa. Ea.tern uud foreign Kxrhenge at
wavi on band and eollrctiooi promptly niadn.
keynoldiville, lco IA, lb74.-ly
J L. R. UEICllllOLD,
'fill H Ell ! 1K KTIST,
flraduata of the Penn.ylranta College uf Deolul
Surgery.. OflSea In reii'denee of llr. Hill.. 0po.i:e
tbejihaw llouaa. airblJ, ';-if.
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OCca In Dunk Building,)
Curwenavllln, Clesrflcld Co., Pa.
mch IS '7 tf.
gig CLEARFIKLD, PENN'A.
eVUSioa In reildencn, otiporite Bbaw llou.
J. M. STEWART,
(OSioa in reeldenoa. Second itratt.)
Nitroul Oiida Oaa admtnliterad for tha pain
ail attraction of taath.
Clearlleld, Pa,, May I, 1877-ly.
) eulM free. Adurru 11. Ilallet A Cnmnanv.
Portland, Maine. deel7,'7V.ly.'
TO 59(1 F w d7 kt bom Sinptei worth
V J vj aa im. .
Addre.i 8ttnon A Co.,
B "nk. $1S n day at home va.ily made.
J I It Coetly aatSt free. Addreil True A Co.,
Augnita, llalna. (dol7,'7 ly.
i. r. amirs.
GILICII, McCORIiLE & CO.'S
Market street, tlcarOeld, Pa,
Wa BaonradBtQr all kimla of Farnitara for
Cbambara, Utuln Rooma, Llbrmriaa and Halla.
If joa want FaraUura of My kind, dua't buy
antil yum aoa oar atoak.
In all lu brancbaa, promptly nttended to.
Ol'ILCII, McCOIlKLI A CO.
ClaarfelJ, Ta., Fab. S, 78.
Wholesale & Eet&il Dealer in
IHS LAROE6Tand BEST SKLECTED STOCK
IN THE COUNTY.
Tt'H8 and BtlCKETS,
County A-jsnt for
LOIt 1 1.1,1 II It'S TOB.K t Ol,
There good! booght f.r CASH Is larfa lotl,
and iold at almoat eily prieai.
JAMES n. LTTLK,
ClaarBald, Pa., Jane It, HtH ly.
The Bell's Run Woolen Factory
Pana tovoabip, ClaarAald Co., Pa.
The lubeerfbere bava, nl aaat eipenae.rebntlt i
niRhhorhoad nanaiitty, In tha erection af a Bret
alaai Waolan Maaufaetary, witb all tha mod.ra
Improvemente attahad, and ara prepared haili
all klnda af Clothe, Cneataaerea, Satinatu, Ulia
baU, riannali, An. Plenty af oodi an hand le
awpply all onrold and n tfaoniand new amtom.n,
whom wa oak to woena and oiantna anr ftoek
Tba buinaea of
CARDINQ AMD PL'LLlNll
will raonlro owr oapaalol ntuntlon. Prorr
nrrnnaantanta will ba nndo ta raeaiva and deliver
Wool, to anil anatomora. All work warranted and
tone upon tha ihorte.l notiao, and hy Uriel atlra
Uoa to bnlinaaa wa bapa to real lie n liberal ibara
af piblla potronnaa.
UMMMl POHHD8 WOOL WA7ITIDI
Wa will pay tba hlitieat aaarkat prlaa far Wee
and eall owr aiaaafaetarad rood, aa lew ai alw.Ha
Swodl oaa bo U(hl to tbo 0000!, and wbeaevor
wo fail to rooAer raoaoaabio eatiifaatiao wa aaa
Iwayo ba faaod nl haeao ready to Malta proper
aiplaaallaa, either la paraaa ar hy lalur.
JAMSS JOBMSOM A SONS,
Mlltf Rowar P