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TVKONE i CLEARFIELD BRANCH
ON and eder Mondnr, MAT 14, 1I0, the
P aaaenirer Train, will rua daily loicepi Sun
day!) between Tyronoand Clearfield, a, follow,
LEAVE SOUTH." LKAVB NOHTlf.
. 411, "
Bn olon, ......
.10 12, "
LEAVE SO r T II . LEAVE XORTIlT
4 51 "
5 57 "
Tyrone, 7. 10 p. n.
Vanacovoo 7.43 "
bteiner'e, 4. .19
Hue ball 8.5S
Well.teton, ... 02
Clearfield 10. 07
Kleertlow,... I IMS
PHILII'SIIIRQ A MOS1IANN0N BRANCHES
P. n. A. If. A. Mi
2 15 7:00
2 24 7:04
3 ail 10:20 7:18
2 14 10 :f5 7:31
2:47 10:43 7:39
2:52 10:49 7:44
2:57 10:53 7:55
1:07 10:58 S II I
3:12 11:03 8:09
A, H. P. at. P. H.
12:25 4 30
9:10 12:04 4:01
55 11:53 4 47
4:50 11:45 3:50
8:45 1 1-40 145
4:13 11.10 2:10 I
8:311 11:33 3:30 j
BALD EAULB VALLEY BRANCH:
El. Mall. Mall. Eip.
p. . a. . p. a. a. .
7 OS 9.20 leave Tyrone arrive 4.33 7.55
3 23 8.37 Bald Eagle 4.17 7 42
4.01 9.14 Julian 4.34 T.05
4.24 9.43 Mileaburf 4.14 4 48
8.32 9.31 Bellefonta 5.05 0.33
8.45 10.03 Mileil.urg 4.55 0 21
9il9 1029 Howard 4.11 4.00
43 11.04 arrive L. Haven leave 8.54 5.25
Pufifio Ezpren 8:
Johnitows Kiprri 8:
M.f WKHVWAntl. a. H
l4Pittburgb L'lp'ss, 1.53
iljl'aclOo Eipreia, 4:14
5lWay Passenger, 1:15
27 Chleapro Elpreaf, 8:15
Dt RiprfiM 1
Mail Trefn, 3:
Atlantic KipreDi, o:
Phila. KxpreKR, 9:
Cloie oonnectlom o
and Lock Ilaran.
my IT -if.
51 1 Mail Train, 8:34
H.tfFait Line, 7:08
lade bjalltrkimai Tjrone
. S. S. BLAIR,
A Haft leave CurweofTilledallT fr Reynold
Tille, at 1 o'clock, p. arriving at Rr;noldnrille
at 8 o'clock, p. ro. Heturoing, leeree keynnldi
Till dally, it 7 o'clock, a. in-, irriviog at Cur
weniivilleat 12 o'clock, u. Fare, tub way, (2.
A itafte IraTci Curwcnivllle daily, it 1 o'clock,
p. ni.( for I) till oil City, errivinft at IuHii City
at 6 o'clock, p. m. Ketunnng, learn Dulloit al
7 o'clock, a. m., dally, arriving at CurweniTilie at
12 o'oloek, in. Ftre, aach way, $l.&0.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW (1RADK DIVISION.
ON and aftrr MoodaT, Jirno 24lh, 180,
the naaaenger traina will rua daily (eicept
Sundae) betweea Red Dank and Driftejovd, at
F.AXTtVAIllt.Dar Mail leavai Pitlihnrf
1:55 a. m.; Ked Bank I l:.'ll; 81ifn Junetinn 11:51;
New Hrtblchen 12:54 p. m.; Mayarille l:1U;
Troel:.15 Brookvil'e 1:55 Kullar'a 2 20 i Re;,
noldarille 2:i4( Dulloia S:('A i Hummit Tunnel
4 21 ; PenAeld 4:41 1 T.ltr'a .1:4a HenesetU 4:31 j
arrive, at Driftwood at 4:20.
T l l rt A it l. lia; ei.il l.aie. Dila uJ
12:211 p. m ; Heneiette 1:00 ; Tvler'l 1:24
I'enOeld 1:S : Summit Tunnel 2:C0j Dulloia 2 15!
Rrrnoldirllle 1:3s; Puller'. 2:54; Brook Tille 1: 1 5;
Troj 9:112; MaTirille 3:55; New lletlilehem 4:00 ;
SHku Junctioa 4:47 ; Jled Bank 4:03 ; arrire, at
lMluburg at 7:40 p. b.
fr- The RevnoldiTllle Aecominodatioa leaea,
Rjinoldaville (tail j at 7:55 a. n.) and arrive, at
Red Rank at 14:40 a. tn., 1'itlaburjh at 1:40 p. m.
Learee Piltahurzb at 2:15 p. n ( Red Bank at
5:55 p. m.; arriving at Reynoldiville at tt:04 p. a.
Cloae eonneetloa, made with train, nP.II
Railroad at Driftwood, aod with train, on the
Allegheny Valley Railroad at Red Bank.
DAVID McCA 11(10, Qen'l Sup't.
A. A. Jacaeoa, Hnp't L. 41. Die.
PARK FKOM CLEARFIELD, TO
Bellefonte, Pa (2 05 Mlddletewn $5 00
Loek Haven 3 74 Marietta- ... 4 54
Wllllamiport- (10 I. entailer . 4 80
IluntinrJon.. 180 PI11LADKLPUIA 7 40
Lewlitown. I 40 Altoona 1 44
Mary,vllleH 4 50 John,tcwn.M I 44
Coweaavllla In Pbilipabnrg 41
Oaeeola 45 Tyrone 1 22
HARRIrlBlTRi. ... 4 24 PITTSBIIRO 4 15
FARM 011 SALE
The andenigned will tell (U pri?tt nle, bli
ram, icaiei in rno lownbip(CUartl(t coonty
half of whiehlliaa roo! tut of aaltlratlaa
wlib afrttna dwelling, log barn, 'a thrifty orchard
and en eicellcat spring of never failing wetcr,
tngetbtrr with the becfary anthaitdingt. The
rxiriton not cleared it bravily timbered, and all
) andf rutd witb eotl and Inn. It will b cold
low and on eafly terni. For further fnloratation
eill on ibe premise, or alireei the ahmriher at
urmpian Hill P. O. OWKN J. KKKN AN
Urxmptta Mill. Jane II, 10 .1m.
Ntnto Noriiuil School.
Eighth Xormal School District.)
Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Tn
A. X. J1A UB, A. At., Th. V., Principal.
Tbii flaaool at at praent eonttltatad, offeritbe
very betrt faeilttiee for trofiiijiial and Ctasiaal
Butiaingiri)aloR, iDvltln and aowimadlaaa
omiletely bviUd by Iteam, well vehttlatad, and
farnUhed with a boaotiiul mpply af pare, nil
Location health M and etur af acaeH.
Bnrroaading eeanary aaiarpaeead.
Teacbtr experienced, efficient, and alira to
Dieelplina, trm botblad.aairoraaad tborougb
Ffly eenti a week deduction to tbwte preparing
10 leaea. .
fiiadeati Admitted at any time.
Coo me of I tody preeoribed by tbe Ptttei I
Mde4 rchol. I'. I'raparatary. HI. Klemea-
Ury. IV. Sclent. Sa.
I. AeaJml. II. Commercial. III. lluila.
The KtemvntarT and Sclentlnn eonrepe are Pro.
feniowa), nid etadente gradanttaff therein raotlva
oiaie t'lpioKae, tanrerrtng th following aorree-
ionding dKrei Hatter of tbe Klemeatt and
leiteroflbe PcienoM, Oradaatei la tbe ether
oureee receive hernial CtniflcalM of tbelr at
Uinmvnt, elicnad by the Peoalty.
Tbe rroftlnal ananee aro liberal, and ara
la tboroaghnai Bat Inferior ta theee of aar belt
The 8tta reqairai a hi her order of citiwn-
ihip,- Tba timet demand li. It ti ana af th
Riwnm owjwii i top foaoAi 10 ntp tateaara It h
irnivhinc leteltifenl and eAoieot teaaberc for
bar arhooli. To thit tod It eolieiu young per
pone af good abilities and grod parpoeca -tboee
wba detir to improve their time aod their tat
tat, nt ftideate. Ta all taeb it promttat aid ia
flfveiopmi tnetr powert as 4 abundant op porta
Sitiet for well paid tabor after leaving erhnol.
Por ciiilngue and term addrcn tbe Fri&clpit,
ar lb Herniary af tba Hoard.
BOARD Of THUfiTBBM
J H. lUrtea, M. A O. Daet. Jnrab Browa,
fl. M.Biohferd.SaBnelObrltt.A. N. Raub, ft. .
Ooah.T. 0. Hippla, Kea., a. Kintilna, g. p. ke
Cormwb, , Vt. W. kaakia, W. Ii. Brawa.
flea. A. O. Oertia, ni. H. L. Dleffoabuh,
Qa. Jetea Merritl, II oa. Vm Blglar, J, O. O.
Wbaiey.8. H.lUr MeCamiak, Ka.
Oca. J BPS I MKRHILL,
a Viet Prwldani, Lack Havta, Pa.
, tl Millar Mccormick,
. WttaJ7, Uh Uvraa, Pa.
' ' 1ww, Loe k Havaa, f
Lack Oavaa, 1 Aegmet 4, IIVly.
AKNOI.D IIAS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles,
SHAVED AND SAWED.
Curwen.ville, Jan. 9, '74-tf.
E. S. HENDERSON,
rpilK subtrribar now offrr to tba uitiiem of
X IiumiliU tod virion?, an oDruiaei
ily. HertafUr til kinds of Cwkftt and
Cuffloi will ba kept on band, and ordtrra filled at
Funerals 1ttmdfd ,iiy where.
I will forilih tb 0Bit M !) ti (hi ebcipoat
ftiiiclu dedi '(! to funeral- All ordtr lfl i
Ibo itort of Jum C CuflK will retire prunpt
atteDiion. Fur fnrlher prtiruln, enll on or
.vHrtiJ K, 8. 1IKMKRS0N.
Vet. 10. U79-U.
GEO. WEAVER & CO,,
lUr opened up, in the it ore room Ittelv ottupfed
by Weaver A brtti.oa Bccond itret, Urge tod
wen Micieu itorl or
Dry - Goods Groceries,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
QI KKNSWAKE, WOOD A WILLOW WARS
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Which the will difpone of at reasonable ratej
for cpj'j, or exchange (ur count rj produce.
tit OR OK WEAVER A CO.
Clearfield. Pa Jaa. S. 1878 -If.
James L. Lcavy,
Hiring porch sued the entire etock of Fred.
Beckett, hereby give outlitethat be has moved
loto the room lately ocennied by Reed a lltirerty,
on Second street, where be ii prepared to oBcr to
of the lit fit improved pitterni, at low prioei.
HOUSE F0RNISHING GOODS,
Gas Fixtures and Tinware,
Roofing, Spouting, Plumbing, Gee Fitting, and
Repairiag Pump, a apeeialty. All
Anything in uy line will be ordered rpeei.l If
deeired. JAM. L LEAVY,
Clearled, Pa., January I, 1874 l(.
The News From
THEI HAVE JUST EECEIVED
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
ps and CapJ
That Ever Came into the
AT THEIR STORE, ROOM 0. 1
;E4. C. TOM w. union R,
ClearteU, Pa., Sept. 31, llsn.Sm.
Cheap Cash Store.
ROOM Nil. THREE, OPERA HOUSE
WnOLESALK 4 RETAIL DEALER IN
Comprtilnf Drew Good l of tht vary Ul$t "tjlM,
toDiiiutif ii part ( UMbtntr, MiBobuHtr
pMieica, AtpuM, ud ( Daw of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Sard M Cwtoin, Uuhtvlr Latter, PUiii, Draft
UlDRhkai, Vtu raoetti f Ibt Ttry Ul)t
atylvtS and aa bp ai thay nn ba ol4
Ib thia aartifi.
Conitit.a cf OlaTM far Oaatt, Ladtat and
U tHMe II oat ar all bBdra, Kilk rrtnjf,
Lim, Vtntj DrtM Bultooi. LnHUi'
Tia af all ihadaa and atria, Caff
aad Callan, Htbbaaa af ail kiada snd
qnaJittaa, lltriao tndarwtar, Trinniaga, ate.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Qaeenswore, Hardware, Tinware,
Carpet. Oil Cloths
LEATHER, FISH, Etc.,
WUek win ha ni aaelreale av null. Will take
ta Eirharj for CooAt al Market Prlr
WM. J. BOJFER.
CkarOtld, Pa., fVft. t. WHO IA
HAVE YOU HEARD
TIMBER FOR SALE I
A'l of tbe while piae, hemlock aud ok ttubei
ua 117 i tcree, Itviog pert of the (Jturga llahaker
tract,, In Morili tutbnhipi I I'tr!, Theumltr.
iltniil til rfcclte pri-j onale fur laid itmlicr,
either by the foot or lor tba whole atuouut, wtih
rH'ib timi to rrnvire it at may Ire ifrwxt upoa,
O. 11. 4 W. IIAHKKU',
AUy'i for the Owner.
Clearfield, P.,tiept. 2i, lt.60.tf.
JOH TINvVAHJ, II A HI) H AR K,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
MtKUI.K.", ATTAC11JIKNTS AND PAKT8,
anil all kinds of
O. . MKRHKI.L, . Agent,
CLEAKFIKLD, PA. Jom i, '.f.
Farm For Sale.
Tba tubrcrlhor now o flora fall firm for tale.
Tbe ornrerlv Ii located on mile and a bilf north
of CltarBcld, contaiomit i:iGHTV At ItMN,
moat of which la cleared and uodrr gocd culuva
tion, giod two itory "L" bnuae, large fr"tne barn
and other areviftry eutbuildinfr. tnthrr wltb
as orchard af all kind of fraiL Tbe whole Ii
untterlaid witb a vein of good onil Tine prop
erly will be eichanged fur itoaltcr pMpt-rty. nr
further particular! call on the prvmi. or by
letter addreaird to JOHN C. Hfc.t.1).
September I, lS0-3m. Clrarfleld, Fa.
Thomas A. Duckett,
IIIKHRDY (rive notice to the cltiiena of Clear
fied and tlm turrouniing vicinity that I am
prepared at a'l tint to furniib fttmlliei and
menufactariog tilabliabmontt witb a aui'trlor
Coal, Wood t Coke,
Whi.'b I am prepared to deliver In a frw boun
notice. I am alway ready to haul and deliver
Irnut and to the depot, or anywburt alie, and
mora furoillci and buuiehnld cuoila envwhrre on
nhort nolict. TIM. A. DlCKKfT.
tlrarbald, Ft., Mr. 31, 1 tt i 0 t f .
Desirable Real Estate !
Estato of Eicliird Chaw, Sr.,D:o'd.
TIIR nndrrrifrn.'!, Fxeut r, of the ertate of
HICIlAltll KIIAW, It., deceaird. eill nller
at public aale at ihe COI H T IHMibK In tba bor
ougb of t.'learftrlj, Pa., on
Monday, December Cth, I8S0,
AT 1:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
The following valuable real eta, vlt j
Tba thrce-elory IlltlCK HOTEL Drouertv.
corner of Market sod First itroeU. in the bar-
ouh of Cltarbeld, known aa
'The Shaw House,'
Fronting with two lot of ground thereto belonging
zuu left on AlnrkeC llreet, and i:
UfTA o -iri.i,Pirtjrl.wimliTa.ii..rj
EJD dwelling bnufc attached. Tbe bo
te) iroer bat nxty bed-room and
all convenience! for a firit-cUt-e
botal. One of the moat di lirable betel propertiet
in Centnl Peonfylrania.
The above will be aold tngethrr with a two
utory frame dwelling boue on Market itreet, aj
j tec it to the Hotel, aud ont other frame ilwe'ling
buue and a twn-atcry at ore builJiog , all fronting
00 Market it ret L Alao, a ftaint divvlling h;ui
fronting oa F.rat itreet.
ALBO. Atl that certain lot, keowa la tht
plab of ClearfleU borough at Lot No 13W,
fronting 60 fett oa IWuit atreet, run
ning bark ITZ feet, more or If it, to an alley
witb dwelling bonat and allneceaiary out
building! Ibereon reeled, and other improvement a.
TERMS Of S.iLHJ
Ore-third earh at delivery of foA dead, and
the baUnee to be neard by bond and mertege,
payable in out and two yeara, with intercut.
A. E. MIAW,
JOS. 811 AW,
Surviving Ki'raof Hicfaard 8baw,8r.(Jc'd,
i learnt d, 1 a., O.i. t, ti.
John Irvin & Bros.,
All Kinds of Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc.
HAMFACTl ltEllE AND IiEALERA IN
su aki: Ti ll SI I'll,
AND EVIIlY DESCRIPTION OP
SAWED LUMBER CUTTO ORDER,
The Only Manufacture in Oarfltlil
County of tba
NEW PROCESS FLOUR!
I t.OVR, HOP .. I tf.M
ilhh h o.r H.i r in
IdPCnsli paid for nil kinds of
l,rftin Wheat, Rye, Oatd, Etc.
Corejrna.ille. Pa,. Jina t, USO tf.
Colnblna tli thnlmt rntlmlic rrlncli.lra
in tnetliriiie. In prnporll. iia n-i urul.-ly .l
Jml. J to ,1-cnre axii'ln-, r.rt.iliiti. nrd
lllillomnlj ol efTfrt. Th'ry ur ll,e r.mlt
of vrnra of cnrcful efmlv ami prmll.-al i-x--riim
nl, ami are the. Viiiint timl nni
file yi-t ittarftvi.rrd fiir rlie.'ftei'e. raMMnl .v
jli-nnsptrirnt of tli aloimvli, liur. nml
1kwiI viliU-h rrriiirf .nilnit ntnl i fl liml
treatment Ami I'n.ia are nitMi.illv ai
pllrohla to tola rliwa of ilieeuaie. Tln'V a. I
dimllr on Ilia ilir.etive nn.l aulnillnlK n
proecaaee, ntiil reatorei npiiar liruliliy r
tion. Thrlr nlrmn. n,e liv .l,vau imia In
tliilr pnu liro, nn.l hr all civihvnl nnlioii,
la one of tlia niany rronfe of tl.i-ir value nt
a enfe . anre, ami pcrr.'.-cly rellnl.le piirirmive
nieihrlna. llrlnat nmMiinilrd of the mu.
finlrell vlrliiea of pnrilv vepelal'le nil.
alania-a, they are pnalllvelv Iny from enlo.
mrl.or any Injiirlmia preperllea. anil enn In
ailiuiliiaU rotl to tliililn-n vi illi itrfoLt aaii ly.
Avra'a Pit., are, an offertnnl rnre f..r
f onallpnllon or i'oaliveneea, Imlirrv
lion, Dyapepala, Ixmu, of Allla.
Foul Hloniivell anil llrenlli, lllialneu,
lleaiUrhr, Loan of Memory. Numl neee,
lllllouenea, .laniiilloe. lilienmnll.m.
Kruptlona anil Skin llapa., lin ,ay,
Inniora, Worena, Neumljla, c,
Clrlnra, Dlnrrhreie, llyaentery, liout,
riloa, niaonlora of tliv I4rr, ainl all
other ilteeaeea reanltinv from a thaur,!,-!.-.!
law of Ilia Ulireailra aparaliL,.
Aa a Plnnar mi they Uaro ao eipial.
While rnll In Ihelr rvrllnn. theee, Pun
are Ihe tn,t thorough anil aearelilnc; ralhar.
We UiAt enn Im, eintiheil, anil never ptie
nala nnlena tlia hnvrera are lntlnme.1. aoil
then their Influence la healing. They ati.nu
late the appetite anil (llneatire orffana: they
onerate to mirllT and etiri..h the l.lnnd mnA
Impart renewed houltli anil rlffor lo tba
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co.,
r meter ai aaea Aaalytaead Chaenlaea,
oaa ar tx aaraaiere enarvvnrvaa.
WKDXSjaAY MOKN'Ni!, NOV. IT, 144.
l-LECTJOy AXD BUSI
NESS. It will I'O seen tlmt HtiK ka huve been
cliclihliiK evt'r ainru Tuvmlay (llio 2J)
by rcnitiin ol ttm ctifrat iiclivl thai
(itincral GarHi'lJ win lini'n at tlio
clccllun held on tlmt day. '1 ho nmii
ml rmult tif iIiih IjcIU-I lias bci n a do
dine of nil rluKuva 01 eirtiriliv'. It in
true that Utick bi'ukern, who floured
duriti); llio cnnvn4 an tlio "husincnii
(lufii'n," prcdiclcd n conlinry result.
But thu ilivcutiira, w htiria iiiHtrumcntii
tlio alm-k linikcr" ari, tiro awuio tlmt
tlio ek'ttinn of tiurlK-l J would check
all tlio industries ot llio gnutli- if tlio
Hcclionul prorittnuio which wan laid
iliiwn !'' llio advocutt cf (iurflcld
sliould ho carried out, or if liny scri
oua ntotmit fhould bo nmda toward
furrjiiif,' it out, unil it , 4if coumit,
tho npiiiion ( tin bo invui-tori which
actually ti x m tho market und which
has now depressed tho market.
II tho preiniHCi that Gttrlluld is elec
ted President were established, the
conclusion that securities aro less vul
uublo than they wcio bcliiro would
necessarily lullow. Hut it in entirely
premature, to suy tho least, to nssutuo
that liarl'u ld is elected. That assump
tion was made by everybody, it is true,
on the day alter tho election. But on
Wednesday the "upparetit majority on
tho face- of the roturns" was alono
known, while tho means by which tho
apparent mnjnrity was secured woro
ol courso not known. Sin.co Wednes
day evidence upon this latter point has
been accumulating und more will un
doubtedly bo elicited. What thocf
lect of it will bo upon tho minds of
members of Congress, who aro to judo
whether tho votes ol States shall bo
received or rejected, remains to bo
seen ; but not until Congress has pass
ed upon tho returns can it bo known
that tho calamity of tho election f a
sectional candidate upon sectional
programme bus actually conio upon
Four years ago, it may bo remem
bered, it was generally, indeed almost
universally, believed for somo days af
ter the election tlmt Mr. Tilden hud
been elected. I.iko (icncrul (jarlield
at tho present time, Mr. Tilden had an
apparent majority on the lino of tlio
returns. One Kepublican paper, in
deed, maintained in a second edition
on llio morning after the election that
Sir. Uayes bud been elected, but tho
eluim wits derided by everybody as
preposterous. Yet w hen Congress met,
Congress, or rather the Commission to
which Congress had delegated the duty,
decided that tho liepuhlieun nowipa
per wus right and tlmt tho Olherwiso
universal impression was wrong, und
Democrats throughout tho country
submitted peacefully und patriotically
to this decision, just as liepuhlicans
throughout llio country will submit
peaceably und patriotically to the de
cision of Congress if Congress finds
that tho popular impression which
undoubtedly prevails now, that Gar
field has been elected, is as unfounded
as tho impression which "prevailed in
JNovemher, 1M70, t lint lililen Had l-oeii
i'u..n I... . ...... I. ..t.;l..:. u ;n r......
A UV Ullll'l VOL' I lb II I I.MUIIIII III ll III
, ., .,, ' i, - ...
lily stronger now than Ihcy were then.
Tho apparent liepuhlieun niajorily on
the face of the returns in this S'ate,
for axaniplc, ia bctvri'fn 1,000 and
20,000. The apparent Dtimocrrttii' ma
jority on the luce (if the returns in
LouiMani, wan in 187G mine 8.000,
which, coiriprtred to tho total vote of
the Suite, ia cquul to a inujurity of
more than CO, 000 in thu Slate of New
York, Bo lur;o wait it, imlcid, that
there w&n tU ttie time, an tnuy ho re
membered, a general divbeliel that it
could have heeo outuineU Ly ui,!Mv.i'at
imnna. In order to (Olivines douhl
cra, Cieucrul Grunt, then President, re
quested several peronn, nmonir them
Uenorul Gurfleld, lately tho Itcpubli
cun cundidulo lor President, to visit
Louisiana and witness tho count, that
they miht bo able to assure the coun
try of the fairness with which the
Stuto canvassers did their duty. The
value, of General Garfield's assurance
that a majority of 8,000 in a total vote
of 100,00(1 niilit bo obtained through
fraud und intimidation is established
by a letter which he wroto lo liis
friend President Uinsilulo just oflcr
receiving the President's invitation.
In this letter bo expressed his fear that
ho might be associated with some un
scrupulous politicians who would bo
willing "to count our sido in, right or
wroiijf," and implied his purpose not
to bo a parly to their wicked Bchemes.
Hut even General (iarflolil, when be
urrived in Louisiana, was convinced
that this largo niajorily hud been ob
tained by the vilest menus, and socer
tified to the country when be sut us a
member -of tho Klectorul Commission.
It will be admitted that a majority
of 20,000 on a total vote of 12,000,000
is mu'-h more likely to be obtained
through fraud and intimidation than a
majority of 8,000 in a total vote of
lhO.OOO. Whether the majority in
Now York has been obtained by snch
means ia a question of fact, on which
Congress will have to puss, and on
which a great amount ol evidence can
be obtained bclora Coneress will bo
called npon to puss upon it. In tlio
meantime it is proper that the press
should devoto itself lo reassuring the
business community, since it is by no
means certain that the calamity of
liarNchl s election, which lias so much
pressed tho stock market, baa actu
ally comu upon tho country, and since
tho precedent ot 1876 makes it certain
that tho country will peaceably and
loyally acquiesco in tho decifion ol
Congress whatever that decision may
no. ioc torn norm.
DittTT Wohk. A writer in the Pitts
burgh Pott recalls, in a circumstantial
narrative, tho exciting events of four
years ago, when, at about this date,
cabal ol Pennsylvania politicians roost.
nig in rnnaiieipnia planned the means
ny wuicli fraud was then made trium
pliant in the Presidential election, and
the way paved for tho election now of
tut man who took tbo most consnii u
ous part in that conspiracy against
constitutional liberty. There is no
longor any doubt that what was dono
in Honda and l,ouisianu in 186 was
tho conception of tho peculiar school
of politicians who buKod around Grant
at that timo. W o havo oven been fur
nished with satisfactory evidence that
(rant's dispatch about no man worthy
i oe oiuco oi rresiiicnt taking it il
counted in was a "blind" written by
Don Cameron himself
SpLtNIHD AMP AfpnorniATE ("live
It is hoped that Chun Wang, Jin
Ming, (Jiang Loo, and other influen
tial and worthy celestials of Now
York and San Francisco, will have
the pleasure of nresontinir in a fow
days, to the lfon. Jamos A. Garfield
of Mentor, Ohio, a tulcnang tureen ol
ppropriate design, tilled with bitd'n
nest soup. Tho efforts of Ihe Honors
ble gentleman in the cause of Chinese
labor, as ahown by Lis Votes in Con.
grcss, tidily deserve thit high toned
An KniCATtn Dor Tbe Janesvillc
(Wit.) (Insrtte tays: A small boy was
arrested in a Milwaukee tuburb at
night, and thut cut short hit career as
a highwayman. He wore a black
mask, carried a dark lantern and was
armed with two pistols. In hit pocket
wat found "The Lifo and Adventures
of Jack Rhcppard." I
TIIK EXAMINATION WHICH Alt Al'I'Ll
CANT MUST srCTtsaHLLY PASS,
After tho candidato for West l'oint
anil its military honors has passed the
medicul cxuiiiimttiun, which is very
severe, ho enters upon the mental ex
amination. In ntlimoliu the candidates are
urlitd to divide 100 by four thou
sundtlis, and subtract eight millionths
from the result. How many cords ol
wood can be piled in a space '.'0 feet
long, 11! feet wide, and 8 feet high?
I' ho expense of building a bridgo in a
certain town wus (.'1,285, which was
defrayed by a tux of 1) mills on the
dollar on tlio properly of the town
wbulwas tho usMWiioii valuation ot the
property ol the town 1
In geography such stunners are
proposed us: How many cones are
there? Give the climate of each?
V bat ia the equator ? What is mount
by tho axis of tho earth? Name the
ten States touched by llio Mississippi
river and give tho capital of each
Xuino tho country through hich each
of tho following mountain lunges ex
tends Pyrenees, Carpathian, Che
viot Hills, Aitui and .Snow mountains.
What two Slutcs are separated hy tho
Connecticut river, and what two arc
crossed by it ? Name three islands
near tho New Kngland coust und three
lulics in Muine ?
In United States history the boys
labor over stuggerershkethcBo: What
important treuty did the United Stales
muke with a foreign nation during
Johnson's Administration? Whut is
Ibo Fourteenth (I llh) Amendment to
the Constitution ? Tell what you
know of tho "llisouri Compromise."
Xumo tho approximule duto of the
opening of the French und Indian uur.
What wus its cause, anil what its re
sult? Namo tlio thirteen original
States. Give un account of the four
nets of tho Knglish Government that
led to tho war of the lievoltilion. With
what military event did this war
In grammar, besides the usual tusks
of dillleult parsing, construction ol
sentences, etc., tho candidates are ask
ed to wiite tho plurals of the billow
ing nouns: Memento, domino, cargo,
tornado, lily, mystery, fiiiry, sheul,
monkey, two. Construct three sen
tences, using fast as a different part ol
speech in each. Name the simple, sub
ject of this sentence: '"llio servico
past, around the pious man with ready
leal each holiest rustic run." Copy
the billowing sentences, correcting tho
errors, if any, and giving the reason
for each correction : It vvus neither
bun nor mo that was sent. Ho spoko
very Bharp to the children. Them
ain't my books This is tho best horso
of the two. Tho group ol islands
southeast of the I'niteil .States are
called llio West Indies.
Besides the written tasks tho exam
iners bold an i rul exaniinution, und by
ipiesiions, eineriieiiig uwiuu ruuguoi
siiojects, iniormea tnemseives ui to
tho readiness of apprehension, ruentul
graiji, untocoJentH und generul cliur
acterof each candidate. For instance,
lie would bo asked what ho under
stood by a vacuum ; w hy smoku rises
faster in dry weather than in wet; ihe
(liirerenco between a Democratic and a
fvcpulilicttn form of government; if be
was addicted to smoking, etc.
The candidal'' w ho passes success-
'fully through all this should realize
; lliat this is u small und compurulively
, . - , . , , . '
! uiiimpo.luiit portion of Ins troubles
"It is easy to get to West Point, but
it is very nurd to get through it," is a
common expression down there, anil it
is no less true than common. Not
more tlmn 2.5 per cent, ol those ad
mitted to the Academy go through
the honors of graduation. For in
stance, tho class of 1809 consisted of
120 youths, who had ones passed medi
cal examination, but only thirty nine
graduated. The mental examinations
of the first two yeuil ure tolerably se
vere, and ninltitiidis fall hy the way.
Young men who have been plucked
at Vi est J'olnt inuv bo lounil in nuarlv
nil large communities, but they never
allude to tho subject at all, and rarely
acknowledge that they have ever seen
tho Academy on the bank of the
During his stay at tho Academy
each student is allowed 151. 50 per
month, and tlio regulations torbid any
additional allowunco by his parents or
giinMian. I his money is retained by
the Hoard fur tho pnrposo of paying
tho expenses of each pupil, and thu
balance, which is calculated to averago
$13 (the pay of a private soldier) is
handed to him each month. Ot course
somo pupils wear more clothing and
other articles, and thus thero ta somo
inequality in tho residue.
GEXEHAIj oarfields ad
It bus happened to but few men, in
any country, to bo presented with
such an opportunity to achieve perma
nent fame, by great public service, as
is now before General Garfield. An
opportunity to attain lasting dishonor,
iiy degradation ol tlio high oniee to
which he has been chosen, is also be
lure him. Whether be will do the
former or tho latter, is dependent on
his possession of strength and inclina
tion to riso to the full height of tho
It it understood thai General Gar
field proposes to construct an entirely
blew Cubinet. Tho character of bis
Administration will largely depend on
the timber which bo shall Select, or
have thrust on him, for tbo structure.
Deft to his natural inclinations, Gen.
(iurfield would surround In nine 1 1 with
gentlemen intellectually, morally and
socially qualified lor tho duties of
lint will ho hare his own way in
this mntter? Can ho nbrogalo the
treaty of Mentor T Can he cut loose
from entangling alliunces, Presidentol
tho United Mates? Iliislstho ones-
tion, on which his future depends, tho
question whoso solution may deter
mine whether hit Administration shall
be clean or unclean, dignified or do
When Simon Cameron sent Conk
ling and Grant to Mentor to confer
with General Garfield, the country
did not need to bo told tho object ol
that visit and conference)- W lion
Conklingand Grant took hold of the
campaign and put their best work
il. to the canvass tor tbo success of tho
man who bad beaten tbo third term
at Chicago, thero was no politician so
simple as not to know that Garfield's
Administration was mortgaged to
Grant, witb Conkling as trusteo.
II tlio terms ol that ooinpact are
carried out, tho country knows what
to expect. 1 hero is no need to define
Granlism. The men and tbo Influences
most prominent during the Grant era
aro well remembered. Tbe thieves of
tho whisky ring, greater thievet in
his Cabinet, and other thieves in many
offices, wero tho chosen associates of
tbt President. Tbo Wbite House was
a place where honorable men did not
care lo resort, lis moral atmosphere
was iciia wun tbe stonrb ol corruption.
II, in compliance with tht Mentor
treaty, General G at Sold gives to tbe
Grant triumviralo tbe control ol his
Administration, tbey will load him
with the tamo unlrutrant crow that
made Grant's second term tho most
shameful epoch in our political history.
Hut tbcre is hope that tho compact
ill bo repudiated from the stsrt
General Garfield's most ponderout or
gan, The Ration, intimates that be
will bo the head oi bit own Adminis
tration, will select his oern Constitu
tional advisers and will surround him
self with honorable men and eood
nfluoncos. This it a cheering predic
tion, and tht country will be slad to
set it fulfilled.
shali rns civil sEiiricE
Thuro is plenty of tloctrinaritt in
the ltrpublicun party who prnto about
reforming the civil service until a
I'resiilentiul election impends and who
tueii surrender their convictions and
bu. (iino the most pronounced and iohI
oiiH ailvocutes of machine cnnilldutes
wliiise election must inevitably result
in a continuance of tho "spoils" system
of government. Among thiscinsssuch
men us George William Curtis, Clms.
Fianiis Adams, jr., Professor Sec-lye
and uyno Sluct eagh tuvuj,'i't.u
oua. Thu eleetion ia now over und
these itilettinle reformer! will liavo
three yeurs and nine months to siecu
lul on their Utopia beloro ullegiunce
to parly will aguin harness thorn to
thu machine. It is not Iroin their
dainty bands that any leform of the
civil service can bo expected. They
uro nut inudu ot tho stuff necessary to
constitute leaden, in a revolution that
alone enn bring about the ehango in
the administration of the civil service
which they favor in theory but defeat
in practice, ltuform in appointments
to olllee and iu ollieial administration
must come from party action or it will
not eomii at all
Tbo DemiK-rutio party will retain
control of the United Statoj Senato
during tho next four yoors. Under
tho Federal Constitution tho President
can mako no appointment to office
without tho "advice and consent of
lliu Senate." This was meant by tho
Irumcra of the Constitution as a check
upon the lOxectitive. For what pur
pose was this check provided? l!ea
soualily und surely tor tho purpose of
restraining the Kxecutivo Iron) mak
ing untit appointments and from abus
ing his power cither for personal or
political ends. Tho Uuniocratio Sen
ato has hitherto utterly tailed to exer
cise its constitutional right to check
the President in his appointment of
peisotiul and political lavoritos to office.
Hut it is not too lute lo adopt a new
courso and the Democracy of tho coun
try should insist that so long as its
Kepresentutivos are in control of the
United .States Senate no other qualifi
cation but personal fitness ahull be
considered in appointments by tbe
Federal Executive. The Democratic
majority in tho Semite should ut tho
next session of Congross adopt a rule
requiring Committees to wbieb Fed
oral appointments are referred to call
before them the persona appointed,
examine them lo tako an oath that
they will not meddlo witb politics, or
contribute money for political purposes
orallow their subordinates to do so.
Tliii would bo heroic treatment, but
it would be thoroughly effectual. It
would divorco politics from the civil
servico and would make Federal offi
cers tho servants of the people rather
than a parly. It would meet tho up
iirovul of tho belter element of the
Itopoblican parly add would be en
dorsed by all who really believe that
the "spoils" system should bo abolished.
It remains to bo seen whether the
Democrats ol the United Slates Senate
have learned sufficient wisdom and
possess the necessary couraire to assort
llicir power for the inauguration of
the needed reform. Harrisburg P,i
GRAMMAR AT THE
Whatever may bo thought about
Garfield's spoiling, it is discounted sev
eral hundred percent, by Hayes' gram
mar. His. late Thanksgiving Procla
million is a cuso In point.
And, by Ibo way, tho Proclamation
omits one subject ot congratulation
that it would seem should have first
suggested itself to Ibo mind of tbe
writer a devout ascription of praise
for the freak of Providcnco that it per
mitting bim to draw on tbe Treasury
ol the United States for 1200,000, that
belongs to Samuel J. Tilden. Hut this
ho probably docs when ho sayt his
"Now 1 lay mo."
We uro rejoiced to know, liowovur,
that ut no period in "their" history
"has" this pooplo had "so universal
reasons" for gratitude "at" tho favor of
Almighty God. Thankful, indeed, we
arc ; at the same timo our tendereat
sympathies aro aroused At inch an un
provoked insult to the venerated mom
ory ot Lindley Murray.
Again, tays tho Proclamation, in
somewhat complicated and bind end-
lorcmost sort ol a way, the people
uloresaid "has" or "havo" (you puya
your money ,anti you lakesyourcboicc),
never been subject to so profound an
obligation to imploro continued caro of
"beallb.weallhand proa pority through
all "our Ooniers, (not the people s,
this time), of peace, friendship, and
"honor with" all tho world, of firm and
laithful adherence by "tho great body
of our population" to "tho wise insti
tutions and strong frame of govern
ment snd society," which will porpt-t
unto "ill ror all "these, us give
This remarkable production is signed
"R. 11. Hayes, by William M. Kvarts,
secretary, it may havo been writ
ten by ilogers, but wo doubt it; so
happily does it combino the toa-party
simplicity of tlio ono witb tht con
glnmeruto syntax of tho other, that
llayos and t-varts must have done it
Whoever the author may be.wecom
mend him to the "Society for tho Pre
vention of Cruelty" to the Knglish Ian
TIIK PROCLAMATION IS AS
GRHAT A FRAUD ON GRAMMAR
AS TIIK MAN, WHO 1SSUKS I T, IS
A r HA CD L'l'OM TUK AMERICAN
BALLOT. ll'iKAinc'tMi Pott.
.4 PROPOSED XEIV STATE.
An associntinn lias born orL'oni-jod
in tlio western pait of Pennsylvania,
wun iieniiqiiarli-rs in tho city ol 1'itts-
burh, which has for its olijpct the
crei-iiiin of a now Stalo out ol a portion
of tho Kcj-stono Slate, to bo called tho
Stalo of Allegheny. It it propusod to
diviilo the State of Pennsylvania so as
to follow the county lines bctweon
McKtnn, Cameron, Clcarfluld, Blair,
Huntingdon and Fulton counties on
the ono side, and I'ottor, Clinton. Cen
tre, Mifllin, Juniata and Franklin coun
ties on the other; tht now Stale to
consist of all that part of Pennsylvania
west ol the line so denned. It will
embrnce twenty eiirlit counties, with
a population of 1,4 j 1,196. Tbo total
population ol the cntiro Stalo of Penn
sylvania it 4,237,312 This would
leave tho Stalo, after taking from It
tno matt of Allegheny, with 2,783,
118 Inhabitants, or nearly twice the
population of the priposed Slate of
Aiiegncny. A number ot leading men
aro interesting themselves in tho move
ment, who aro very carnost in advo
cating tho formation of tht new State.
An exchange says that Colonol Jas.
G. Fair, of Nevada, is of Irish birth
and ia forty-nino yeara old. While a
boy, ho lived in Illinois, and at eigh-
teon went lo California and in timo
lieeamo a superintendent of mines. Jn
addition to his fortune mado from tbe
ilig Honanta mines he ownt nearly
hundred acres in various parts ol the
city of San Francisco. He suffers
from rheumatism. Ho is of medium
hciirht and heavy, with large beard
streaked with gray, and wants to be
elected United Btatca 8enator. As
cash docs that thing out there It would
be Fair to let him in.
A tramp woks no suddenly with
culd sweat standing in great beads npon
nis lorencaa. "Ub, my Uotl f my Uod r
hat tint matter 7 ftskt bis com-
r anion. "A frightful dream I I dreamt
was at work."
Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs.
Curwauavllle, Ja. , TI it.
Yyn. it winsi.ow,
PH YSW1AX it SURGKO.,
Tt) Ir- hivloj rooontljr Invited la CUtrflaM,
olTori fan irrvloe lo the .o,l of tbii vicinity.
f4T OH!?, on Kottit lariat. Riideoot Ltton
Juljr Hit flu
A Bargain t
FARM FOR SALE!
Th miiiffriiaj oflun t prlrtU . Ihit Tit
atU frm ait ii ltd ta OK All AM TOWNSHIP,
Clvartltlti eoaoi, know a m tb
Ct ilLVV f.flUf,
Containing 112 aim, of vbleb ftrt oliftrtj,
ftotl haviDtf theroon roud Urg frm d wall
Ing h !, Ur frauji biro, mn4 ibe ether dmci
ifc-y outbuilding, together with Urg ere bar J,
goojwfttcr vie. Tlia property will b aold un
vrj 9mj ttrmi For further partk-aUri inquire
of tbe Sabaoribar, in ptrinn, or by lttr.
ClfirfltlJ, p, March I4tb, IbsO.-tf
iMPfiovi tme uovn.
GUENTHER'S LUNG HEALER
'-;vtt ns of- l.lor.l. Brvirhll a. A.r..,.;,. f
e.i I 1 llio , . -e o( lUe I'uln. . ... y 11
lpr:rr 51 4 .-::! anil 4tuv fNr ;
CUENTKEFI ti CO. Prj , ;o
ii Filth AetlUM, PiriSBbHi.il, PA.
Oe'.ober 37, 1SS0 dm.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
hOOKS it STATIOXERY.
Market Ml., Clearfield, (ai the Past Office.)
11IIB SDdertlfued beg, leave ta taBoane. to
tho eitiaena at Cleftrfield e,no) rieknilr, the!
he be, fitted up a room sod has joat returned
rroa tbe ell with a larjre soaoant of rea-liof
metier, eoDBiiung 10 part ol
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books.
Blftnk, Ae.-ount sd Pan Booka of imr d.
aoriptioii ; Papr nnd Eorelopai, French praaaod
(. pitin; rem ana raaeui tilmnk Ueg
raperf, .vt?ejqi, morigageij Jaagmani, Eietnp
lion and Pr imiiarr ooImj Whit, and Pro la
ment Brief, 11 Cap, Keoord Can, anl Hill Cap,
tin tot Millie, for aittiar Piano. Fluta or Violin,
aor.it aotl 7 on band. Any booka or atatiooar
deiired that I nay nut bavt on band, will ba ordersd
j Brat aipreaa, and fold at wbolaiala or retail
to an it euatuineri. I will a!io keep periodical
nwramri, euca aa naff aiiate, sawipjpert, ao.
P. A. UAULIN.
1 Cle.rll.ii. May T, ISoS-tT
A 1EW DEPARTURE
Haraaftor. good will ba aoM for CASH on)?,
or In exchaoifa for proilue. No boolii will ba
kept in the future. All old account i nait
aettlad. Tho who eannol cah up, wit) plaaaa
nana orer metr note! an J
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I an determined to aell my gooda at eaafa
pricoa, and at a diaooant far below that arar
offend in tbia TlnloitT. The diaeonat I allow mr
fluatoufra, will aka than riob in twenty yeara If
tbey follow my adrlee aod bay Uair jpodi from
ma. I will pay own for wheat, oata ami olnrar
aee4. UA.MKi UDOLl,AIKH
Littberthnrx, January 171 77.
HARTSWiCK & IRWIN
PURE DRUGS !
PAINTS, 01I.S, DYE STUFF
Or ALL KINDS,
PURE WIXES AXD IJQUORS
for medicinal parpoaei.
Truiaaa, 8 op port art, Bobool Booka and 8tatUi
ary, ana an other artieiaa maily
fuund In a Drag 6 tor.
PHTSrCIAWfl' PRKSCRIPTI0K8 CARB-
rULLY COMPO(TNDKI. IlaTinc a Urn as.
parieaaa In the buaineai tbey a an giv entire aai.
J. O. HARTSWICK,
JOHN f. IRWIN.
flliwriUM, ftiwMtrnhar M. MT4
I L I0LH1E I CO.
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODIAND, CLT'DOO., Pa.
Rtspectfully solicit their patrons
end Ihe publle (eaaralle to eall eej eieei
ine Ihelr aew atoek f
Spring and Summer Goods,
Cikhmrr:, Volvattent, Delaines
l.avrnt, Unionisms, Prints, Un
bloaihcd and IllcachoJ Mut
lint, Kancy Skirls, Bhect
Ings, Tickiniis, Carpets,
lloge. Oil Clnlhl,
Cheriot and Ptrcalt
Shirts, Gloves, Neckwear,
Merit and Horn' Clothinir.
Halt, Capa, Boots, Shoes, ate, sto.
Groceries & Gen'l Merchandise
Will bt found ot first onalilv. and
aatiafarlion ia guaranteed. The ful
lowing are alwayt ktpt on hand,
(soma few only ia their teston) :
Sngsrs, Toas, Coffees, 8pices, Byrups,
tunieuaionerivB, granges, ijtraons.
Bantnts, Figt, Dates, ett., Hard
ware, Queentware, Glauwaro,
Tinware, Wood and Willow
wars, Taints, Oils, Clocks,
ft Miners' Supplies,
ALSO, DEALBM III
July 28, 1880 tf.
(Our (Diru dvutiionrnt.
Publlaket ever, W4oeedj bj
G. B. GOODLANDER,
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la Kertbweitera Peuuej Ivenle.
The large aod oonatantly incrtaaing
4-iroulalion nf tbe Kepublican,
render it valuable lobutineat
men aa a medium thro'
which to roavb tbe
Tekms oi Subscription :
If paid in advance, . . 12 00
If paid after throe months, , 2 60
If paid alter six months, . . 8 00
When papers are seut outside of the
county payment must be Id advance,
Ten lines, or lets, 8 times, . $1 60
Each aubaequent intertion, 60
Administrator' Notices, . . 2 60
Executors' Notices, . . . . 2 60
Auditors' Notices, .... 2 60
Cautions and Bntrayt, ... 1 50
Dissolution Notices, ... 2 60
Professional Cards, 6 lines, year, 6 00
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We have alwayt on hand a large stock
ol blankt ol all descriptions.
ARTICLES OP AGREEMENT,
Ao., Ac., Ac.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
IN THE BEST 8TYI.E,
ORDEUS 15Y MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
(ieo. R. Goodlandcr,
ClearOcId County, Pa.
Market turret. Clearfield, P.
Wis. S. Bredlre, fermurlv wruprtelor ut tLe
Leonard llfiiae, bavlitf lee.cj ike Allt-ftu-i,
llulel, eullrlta eliere el ubllt patroeege,
tinner be, beea tauri)Ut.l, r.airod ebj aewlr
furl.i.lieil, pd guiiele aill And 11 a pleeaem alii),,
nlua place. The Ulle will be auiplied with the
leal el e.eratlilas Is tbe tue.rl.cL At tbe bar
eiill be fuuDd the be,l Mine, end liquor,. t,m,d
alabllng attached. H 41. B. IlhAliLEY,
Maj 17, 'it. rroprletor.
i-Tbli old and rl.calaUlbed Ilu'ol It,
bteD Itaaed by Ibe unjereigued, and be lit-la eon.
ttdeut ol rtDdriltijr aallelerllon to Ibuae abu aity
l-airKBite biia. Hood .tabling allacbed.
LLM la C. ULuuXI, I'ruprietor.
April II, 'S9.tr
NEW M AollIMi JON, l'A.
II. b. LUAE, . . Paoi-aiarua.
a9Ttie teat of acetimiiiidatlon, lor men an,!
bea.l. A iberal alia re ut' pubife jalr.'Dag. ,
eolieitixl. liepVD, 'eo.a
TT A iSH 1 N G TO N IIOl'SE,
T T KKW WAKIIINUION, PA
Tbl, Baa and well furniabed bouae bea t.an
taken be tbe enderalgned. lie feele ooiiErirnl tl
botng able to render eatlafaetlon to thoae who uj
faeor bin, with a eall.
Hej 8, 0. W. DAVIS, Frop r
J Hain rltrtel,
Telle alweva aufiilled witb the beat Ibe tuaik.
afford.. Tbe travohne public ia inriled lo i ail
Jen.l.'it. H0I1KKI LOVU.
County National Bank,
Ot CIEAKFIKLP, pa.
HOOM In Dial em'e Brick Ituil ilng. two uWe
caat of Heck A Co. 'a fctore.
Paaeeee Ticketa to and from Liverpool. Ohm,.,
town, Ulagow, London, I'eria and Coprnluip..!
Alao, Drafta for sale on the Roal Bank of Irri,, t
and Imperial Hank of London.
JAJII-3 r. LhOSAKIl, Prf.i
W. M. SUAW, Caahier. Jenl,;:
DREXEL .4 CO.,
No. it fcoiilh Third Hlreet. Pliiladelilila
And Tealers in Government Securities.
A all caetinlt tl aw...! arlll . .
ra, J ... .... inTMt IVOill lllfB
fi.fB, ind a)) infi-nuatioii cbwrfuHy hirniptrt
Ordr toileted. April 11 it
9. I. A SOLI-.
. a. Aim old.
F. K. ARNOLD t CO.,
ItimherN and ltroLr,
lle)HuldiivUl, JfllrrK-u Co., P.
Mod7 rrcelted oa depoilt. Jiwoutatf al n- -derate
ratn. Eautarn and Foreign Kirhangr xl.
aT on hmJ and ollrrtiona protnpilf Biada
HaTBtililarilla, Un Ifi, 1874. -ly
j l. n. heiciiiiom),
V II (iEOS DENTIN T,
'Iraduatt of (he eno;1vanU Colj;e of Dantal
Snrffry. i'tit in rtidne of lr. lh!l. oppmitu
the t-hnw Hons. nbl3, '7S -tf
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(UnVe In Bank i:u.loii.f,j
C urwuierlllc t lcarOcl.l t n.. Pa.
each 12 '7 tf.
flpjn..ni i. utwrfST,
j CLEARFIELD, I'ENN'A.
h01Tico In reaidenoe, oi.poalle Shew llo'iae.
J. M. STEWART,
(Office In reaiJet.-e, Second Mrerl.)
Nitroua Oilde Oae adminiatered for Ibe pain
ee, eatrection of teeth.
Clearlrld, Pa., UkJ I. leVT-ljr.
- - i.--n, terni mil 9
outfit free. Aridreaa II. Hallet A iVnDanT.
Portland, Main. ilrolT.Tii-lj.
TO 90 Ftr d7 f bnn- Paniplei worth
n v irr. ,
Addrtia 8tlnm A Co.,
Q79 k" lf ftt Bnn" '"'''J
V ' V Cohj outfit free. Addra-a Traa A Co..
AofoMa, Main a. doelTTV It.
GI I.U II, McCORKLE & I OAS
Market turret, Clcarflcld, Pa.
Wo naanfatar kill kindt of Furnitnra tar
Cham bar, IiuiB Kooma, Ltbrariea aad Hr.a.
If yo want Farnttara of ao kind, dto'l bay
Mill jum toe aar itoak. ,
In all lu branohee, proaptl aitiendeel to.
Ol'ILCH, UeCORKLK A CO.
ClearSeld, Pa., Feb. (, 'Ti.
Wholesale & Ketail Dealer in
TIIK LA Kt) EST and itKST HKLECTKD STOCK
I.N TIIK COUNTY.
ll'BS and nt'CKKTS,
D It IK II K HI) ITS.
County Agent for
Theae (nod, fcnnehl f.r CASH la larre leU.
and aold at almost ell priee,.
JAM KB II. LTTLK,
Cloerteld, Pa., Jana I, IBTS-li.
The Bell's Run Woolen Factory
P.aa lewn.hl, Clear laid Co., P.
H tl K I) lltlTI
Thewbeerloera kaee. al (real aineiiaa k.in .
ae.,hfcorWo.d aoeeialti, ia ibe ereeiioa el a irel
alaee Weelea Maaalaeiore, with all the atedera
laaproeeoiente attached, and era prepared lo make
all kind, ol Clothe, Caaaieaerws, Batlnelt,, Rlen.
heu, Planaela, A a. Pleat, af good, on head la
apple all ear aid aad a thoweaad aew ea.loe.era,
whom we ash hp eoaeo aad aiasnlaa oeir atoek.
lha easiness af
CARDINO AND FULLINO
will reeelre ear oapedej alUatioa. Prenw
arraaKeaieaU will aa Bade la melee and deliter
Wool, u sail easlamera. All work warraalod and
done upea lha eherteel aotlce, and b; alriet allea.
Ilea to haslaaas we hope ha realise a literal .hare
el fwhlla pelreneew.
IOAMIO POliHDI WOOL VANTIDI
aad aell awr aaaaraetarew foodeaelew aeelrellel
raeda eaa ho ha(hl la aha aawalj, and wheweeer
we raU ee reader resvanaal aaUafaetloa we) eea
always ha fntid al heaee reed 7 t, auk a proper
aaplMallai, elaker la pereon or he leMer.
JAhlll iOBNSOJt A St)rt9,
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