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Vvu iisy 1 vii n i a It a 1 1 road
ARNOLD HAS ADVANCED .
Prices of Shingles,
SHAVED AM) SAWED
Curwen.rille, Jan. V, 7S tf-
E. S. HENDERSON,
rttrrrrlew S K,
TYRONK 1 CLEARFIELD BRANCH
ON and after Monday, MAY Jl, I8S0, the
i'A..eno;er Tretna will run dully (axeept fiun
di.y) between Tyrone end Clear&old, a. fullowa
LKAVK HOliTII. LKAVB NORTH.
Rnmuli SO, "
Puaelton, I" "
Oioeole II) II, "
llnjnton 10.17, "
llr.n.m I" , "
III,,. 11.11 10.87,
Wallai-etiin,... 10.44, "
Bigler 10.62, "
Woodland I0.SK, "
Leonard 11.11, "'
Clearfleld 1 1. Ill,"
Rirervloa ll.lt, "
Cura-en.vi lie,. 11.4IU. R
i iii' . ,t'L.r. ;,;,t: j-.-v'- "'
1'oerellon t S,
Vaneeoyoo, 6. .15,
Tyrone 8. Oil,
LEAVE 801'Tll. LEAVE NOKTII.
5 S 4
l.j Tyrone 7.10 p.
i Vaneeoyoo 7.43 "
! Summit 8.06 "
I Powelloa, 8.17 "
j 0.ceU, 8 18 "
lluyncn, S.:tt "
! titciner'i 8. .Ill "
! Phtilp.burg...8.41 "
j Orabiim 8.47 "
; lllue Bill 8.55 "
Wallaoeton, ... 02 "
HiUler 8.10 "
1 Woodl,md, 17 "
I Barrett K.25 "
Leonard B.HO "
Clearfield 10.117 "
I Kivorview,...!.l5 "
I'lllLll'SIU Itll A MOSHANN0N BRANCHES
P. M. A. M. A. H. ATATIOR.
S.(V 7:00 Philip.burR,
J :IU Sterner'.
2 14 7:112 lloynton,
1:811 10:20 7:18 O.oeola,
1:44 10.15 7:11 Moibannon,
1:47 10:43 : ' Htnrllrr,
2:51 10:48 7:45 ll,,utlillle,
1:57 10:53 7:56 MnCaoloy,
3:07 10:58 8:iil Ketidriok'i,
3:12 11:03 8:0U ItAinoy.
TIMBER FOR SALE 1
All nl Kit while tin, bfiol'toli aod ouk liiibei
n 117 j arret, heir-it wart of lLo lltoritr lULnktr
trri, to Munli iinl.i. U for !. Tl.tutitl.r
liitncJ ill ti-crlT in'i 'Ulf for imtd limltvr,
it tier l,y tit foul tr fr ll wii'iit ninwuot, ub
(Ui-ti liuii' tw n-aiir It 0T re nfrt-t-il npdii.
U. It. A W. IIAKKI-Tr.
AUy't lur llit Oftntr.
CIrarllelJ. l.tStii. 12, lHO-if.
-KlM's;iAV Mi'Kvlv.i. KOV. 21. .
1.1 ATI RORTH.
A, If . P. H. P. II.
15:16 4 JO
12:22 4 11
0:10 12:04 4:01
8.66 11:51 I 51
8:60 11:45 3:511
8:46 11:40 8:46
8:10 11:35 3:46
8:35 II. .10 3::l0
8:30 11:25 3:30
BALD BAULK VA1.1.KY BIlANCIi,
Hi. KM. KM.
P. H. A. M. P. M.
7.04 8.20 leive Tyrone irrive 8.12
1 23 8.37 llald Kijle U 17
8.01 0.18 .lulliin 6.18
8.24 9.43 Mlleihorl 6.16
8.32 9.61 llillefonte 5.06
8.45 10.0.1 Mileiborg 4.55
V H9 10 ID llnw.rd 4.M
9 42 11.08 errlra L. Ilnrrn leaTO 3.56
TpllK iuUiriUr no oTti to tha riliieni at
l'fcUltj. Ilrrfllff nil klnda of C-i.n and
Colli ot will bo kai on ham), aol ordrr filleJ at
funeral mUUntUd .fiiyirArrf.
I will furiiita tha fin ait nail ai tha eh '
artlclea dr1iomtii to funerals All or dm laft at
tha ttore of luim C CunnRit will reccirr prompt
attantion. Fur nirthef parttouUn, cill no or
addrraa K. 8. HKNDEKS0N.
Do. 10, IHVV-tf.
GEO. WEAVER k CO.,
Have ofirDfl up, In tha itoro room lately onoupld
liy WcaTrr k Itetti.on Saoood Ureal, a larga and
well aeltetarf ttok of
Dry - Goods Groceries,
UuOM AND SIIOKS,
QUEKNSWABB, WOOD 1 WILLOW WARE,
11AT3 AND CAP3,
FLOUR, FEED. SALT, &c.
Which they will diipoM of ftt rraiooal.le rataa
fur ewh, vr aicboaxe tor country product.
OEOROK WKAVER CO.
Claarflcld. !., Jn. 9. IhTfl-tf.
-pOlt Tl IIAltOWAHi:, j
HOUSE FDRNISSIN3 GOODS,
KKI:DLEH, ATTACHMKNT8 AND I'AHTS,
and all kinds of
O. II. M KliliKI.L, . Airent.
CLKAHf I ELD, PA. Jura t, '0 tf.
Farm For Sale.
TV RONS STATION.
, 1. 53
Tha ruhFcrllior now offer bli rarm for (ale.
The iirniiert t ll located unn mile nl a half north
of Clearfield, doniaininir liH.IITV A It KM.
moat of which ii ckared and under (fod cuUiti
tlon, ("od two-Mnry'L'' Iioum, lartje frine barn
and other occpiry outliuUdinKK, loffrihrr wiih
an nrrhard of all kinda of Iruit. Tha whole It
unerlitU with a reW ol good eal Thii rjt
rty will ha exehangnd foramiiller nricrtr. Fur
Tunher pnrtioular cull r-n tha (irctnin''. or by
letter addrrafid t JIJllN 0. KKKI.
fptctnber I, I-h0-3io, CirarDelJ, l'a.
Thomas A. Duckett,
IHKHK11Y ft it f notice to the rltiten of Clrar
Baid and tho iurroufidiri4 ficirjity thnt I aio
prepnred at a'l liiuca to (urnifb Utrlliei aod
inn mi fact uriDg citablinhmentii with a it u peri ur
Coal. Wood f Coke,
Which I am nrtnnred lo drllrrr Irt fw houra'
notice. I am a I way read- to hnul and deliver
Irotn and to the depnt or anywhere rite, and
mo a fniu ill el and bouiehold gooda anywhere on
t-uort notice. TI1"S. A. Dl CKEfT.
ClrarQeld, Pa., Mar. SI, 18H0 tf.
Hint all i au Will wilh Ui bvr ;
For ti e grrater l arn iiuotioiJ thii J"4f,
For the broad) r I audi purohad thia tiny:
K'ir tha largi-r home. brwn itoue and graj,
Wih oriel windowj and buy;
Koriticoea in "ur It" Id iimuUlloai ;
Fur our proper and lutljr ia'.inn
For die oomf irt and aa that U tirinift;
For th'turatid and one plonl thing! i
For the Urtfe dividend ut Novemberi
Fur ilia itriua we tail to ntntniber.
Kurat'ioki, lond and curb in twobauki
Thai thing art no w- rw with ua bare s
For drar li"d thnt aUht ba more dtar;
F-r the two roi.uii tht mtglit have lttin one ;
For tbo htair Imf that might tuvebeen n i
Fir thinoh'ihtmr and lin e wbn,t inaltirt t
1 hey uii(ht he mill leu nnd in tatiera :
For work at no matter wbat wege :
Fr mere life in tbie put metal age j
For tho point of our nose above water :
For tluw death Infifid of awlft Uugbter;
For an lhouand and On aril thing
That iooiwhtr are prtuiieg their wlnga,
n.ving rerpita, at Iran, thia November i
For tbo twcul motet we Tall to rvmeuibert
For thf poitlclionrd cut into lile'a hlanka
TO CO LOS EL LXGEUSGLL
James Lu Lcavy.
KABTWAHD. 1. H, W RUT W AMD.
Paeifio Rxprt-m 8:14 1 Plttihnrffh V.xy'n.
Johnitnwn Kxprei 8:51 j l'aeifio Kxpreat,
Day Ktpreia U fttlWuy Paeaenger,
Mail Truin, 8:27 fhic-ago Fipreaf,
Atlantic Ezpreai, fl:&lMnil Train,
Phila. Expreat, 9i:UIFnat Line,
Cloia oonnaotioni made by all traini at Tyrone
and Lock Ilarcn.
S. 8. DLAIR,
A atageleavaa CurwcnuTillt daily for Kyno1U
ville, at I o'olock, p. m., arriving at Rtynotlavillc
at ft o'clock, p. m. Relurning, U'avta Hey n nidi
villa daily, at T o'clock, a. in., arriving at Cur
wenivillo at 12 o'clock, m. Fiire, each way, tl.
A itnge learea Cnrwennvllle daily, at I oVInrk,
p. m., fur DuUoia City, arriving at LOullnia City
at o'clock, p. ro. Uoturmng, Ivavei Dulloli ai
T o'clock, a.m., daily, arriving at Curwrnaville at
IS o'clock, tn. Fare, eah way, $l.a0.
Allegheny Valley Railroad,
LOW GRADE DIVISION.
OV and after MondAy, Junt 24th, MO,
tha paiienger traina will run daily (escept
Sunday) between Red Batik and Driftwood, aa
F.AHTWARI.lay Mailleavea Pittsburg
a. m.; Red Bank 11:3a; bligo Junction 1 l:M ;
Now Bethlehem 12:55 p. m.; Mayavillw 1:10)
Trov 1:35 t llrookvll a 1:55 ; Fuller'a t.iO I Rey
noldavllle 1:38 ; Dulloli 3:00 ; Nutnmit iunnei
3 31 i Ponfield 3:42; T)lrr'a 3:65 j Ueneiett 4:31;
arrival at Driftwood at 5:20.
H I'XTW Alt l.Day Mail leavaa Driftwood
2:Hi p. tn.j lteoetftta 1:00 Tyler'a 1:28 j
PenReld l:.H!t ; Summit Tunnel 1:00; DuUoiaS I5;
Reynoldavtllo 1:38; Fuller'al:54; UrookvillaJ:l5;
Troy 3:32; Mayaville 3:55; New Delblehem 4:0W ;
Kligo Junction 4:17; Red Uank 5:03 ; arrival at
Pitttburg at 7:40 p. m.
fJtr- The ReynolJiTlllo Accommodation leavaa
Krynoldaville daily at 7:55 a. m.j and arrive! at
Red Uank at 10:50 a. m., Pitdburgh at 1:4H p. m.
Leavaa Pitttkurgh at 2:15 p. m; Red Hank at
5:55 p. m.; arriving at Reynold! villa at (1.05 p. m.
Cloaa con nee tlon i made with traini on P. K
Railroad at Dnltvood. and with traini on the
Allegheny Valley Railroad at Red Bank.
DAVID MtOAKOO, (Jcn'l Bup't.
A A. Jacxbon, Hup'! L. U. Div.
llavinft purchaied tho entire itock of Frd.
Sack ctt. hereby rivet notice that he haa moved
1 into the room lately occoiied by Reed A Haiferty.
1 I I on Second at reel, where he ii prepared to olTvr to
1':n the pnhlic
of the latflt Improved pnttrrna, at low pri-et.
HOUSE FDBNISHINQ GOODS,
Gas Fixtures and Tinware.
RooHr.it, Spooling, Plonblnx, Oai Elttlnf, end
Repeiriog Pump, ft epwislty. All
Anything in my line will be ordered rpeelel If
deeired. JAfl. a
Cle.rBed, Pa., Jnonnry I, 18717.
HAVE YOU HEII
Estate of Eieliird Shaw, Sr.,Dcc'd,
would lulic. Why, llicn, Imvc I bowi
a Dtinoirut? Tlio oiyuiiieulloit novin
ctl lo bo ilcuil unntii;h in 1870 mill Wi
to BBtify anybody but u c-tt nil i lull . It
fuuld Imrdly ek'ft jusllio i.f llif
jKmi;, if pulilio iintiio IihJ lo bu yivon
ui the intuiitiim? Tho Hi -publican par
ty had druvru to iu fnlJ prclly nearly
all tho wealth and activity- l lhee..iiii
try. Like 1 1 idi v i tl uulrt iidili idy inutJo
pioHpertiun, it a novate I to U-vlf all
tho decency and intcllieiico extant.
To bo a Democrat, in many plaven,
was to bo an outcnxl Yu, who are
no fond of liberty and biimanily of a
"grand" order, ti ll me, if ynu can, why
a man, not bom into idiocy or over.
taken by it, should have reniuined a
Democrat lor twenty-four yearn?
ll wan ao cany and 80 profitable, too,
lo change, l.iko the gulcn of tlutl plucc
you deelino to tuko Htoek in, tho gulen
of the Republican purty Hood open
night and day. There win no Demo
oral ho meun a to lack a welcome.
Ilia iti.jH, though Miulet, were iimtant
ly obliterated and lorgotten. And j el
you thotigblleBHly, I must beliove
talk about tho final collupau of an or
ganiiulion which, without power, pa
tronage, or a fuir propped "t eilher,
could 80 bold ilH believers together an
to mount upward fiom it pitiable con
dilion In 1870, to iho control of both
UotiHca of Concjrei.8 and the election of
KB I'reHiiletit in Wtn than hix yeulM. Il
bo considered tho more idvocnlo of and j
apologist lor tho Republican parly?
It wan not IwcauHO you thought it wa
advantageous to tbo Republican party,
thai you dvnoiinced alavery ?
Do you not know or do you care
lo know, that if Mr. Garfield cntora the
l'l-enidenliiil oflleo on the -lib ol nent
March, he ilnea ao'as the repieseiilutivo,
t Ii o perfect flower and creation, ol a
BYBtcni ol slavery mu h more odioua
than that destroyed by tho war ol
while slavery tho alavory whoso
chains are lorgud out of fear t
I can say lo you in perfect sincerity
aod what is better, I can prove it that
1.. ...ii. ill I,,,.. l,iM.i I Ln ,riiUM It fit
intellectual liberty in this country FARM FOR SALE I
ili..c, ii.itfiir linn tiui-ti an fllict Hit. WlLliin
my knowledge in which llio voles of l,b, f"" ,',",,! lo ukaiiaM TOWNilllP,
You are credited wilh buving mude
tlio best unil 11101 effective speeches
fur Garfield thai were delivered (lur-
iinr tho lute cuHtiutieii. and. kuowitie:
so.m Ibing ol your abundant oratorical "'"J- 1,0 ,lc'"J. 1,1,1 n"1 lhu l,ow"
eorce. vour neifect irood humor. f hcredilary enemy
FARE FROM CLEARFIELD, TO
BellefonU, Pa II OS I M iddletown S
Lrak IIat.ii I 70 MeriettA. tit
Willl.m.port IA0 Leneuter.. I 80
Ilnun..lon 1 SO , PIlll.AOKLl'llIA 7
Lowiitowa SV0 Altoons 1 At
MAryiTille.M 4 60 JohnetownM S 85
Cow. o.., II, lllll'hllip.borl tl
0.reolA 85 Tyrone 1 11
IIARR1BBIIRO... 4 7tllMTTKRURII t It
FARM Ml SALE
Tlit undcraigned will well at privatw iala, hla
farm, located in Pcno townahip.Cleartieldcoanty,
half of which lain a good atata of oultlratlon
with a fratnt dwelling, log barn.'a thrifty orchard
and an eicellent apring of never railing water,
together wilb tbo neeetaary outbuilding. The
portion not cleared 1 heavily timherwd, and all
ii undrrlatd with foal and lrn. It will ba aold
low and on aany ttftmi. For further information
call on the premiaee, or addreea tbo anbarribar at
tlretnptan llill P. U. OWKN J. K KB VAN.
Grampian llilln. June 2d, 180-Sm.
State 3i or mill School
(Eighth Xormal School District.)
Lock Haven. Clinton Co.. Tn.
A. JV. RA VIl A. A!., Ph. D., Principal
Thia School ai at praarnt eonatltated, offemthe
try beat taeilitiel (or Profeaiional and Claiieal
Buildlnga tpMfnni. inviting and eommodloui
nmnletely betted ky ateam, well ventilated, and
farnlabed with a bountiful inppty f pore, tolt
Itoeatloa healthful an 4 eay of aceoM.
riarrounding teenery ananrpataed.
Teaehara oiparieneed, afflelant, and aliva
Diaeiplino, Arm bat kind, vniform and thorongb,
Ffty aenta a weak drd action to thooe preparing
fitadenta admitted at inv tli
Courta of iludy prtcnbfd by tfao Btate; I
Modal PftVtol, i. freparatory
tary. IV. Kcient.fle
T. Academic. II. Commercial. Ill, Muala
Tho Klementarv and FelcntiAc coarvatara Pro.
feenoiiftl, and undent! graduating therein receive
BUte Diplomat, ewnferrtng the followinc Correa-
nonding rlegreeat Maettr Cf the Klein en tl and
Matter of the Bclenrce. flradantet In the other
court! rcoelva INormal rertirinatea of their at
U.nmenta, uroed by the Faculty.
The Profetiiaal ooaraca arc liberal, and are
In thorough nati act Inferior to thoto of oar bait
The Btatc rvqetret a higher order of citiaen
chip. The timet demand it. It 1c cna of the
firime object! of thia ecbool to help to a euro It by
nnaithiag Intelligent and efficient teach ri for
her crhoola. To tbit cod ft anlleiu yoang per
tm cf good RDiiilleo and g'ol parpotaa th
who deiirc to Improve ibeir time aod their tal
ent, ai atudenti. To all tack It prombci aid ia
eveloptng their powen and ahendant op porta
Hiet lor well paid labor alter leaving teno..
For catalogue and t trail add real the Principal,
or me secretary c. ina vuara.
BOARD OF TRUSTEE?.
J. II. Barton, M. A. II. Beet, Jacob Brown,
fl, M. Rick ford, Samoel Cbrtit, A. N. Raub, R. .
Cook.T. C. Hippie, Baa., O. Kintilng, R. P. Me
Oormick, Krq , W. W. Rankle, W. It. Brown.
Hon. A, O. Cartia. Ron. II. L. Dlcffeobtrh,
Oen. Jeace Mrrill, n. W m lligler, J, 0. C.
vTbaley.S. Millar McCorniiek, Bte.
Ott. JBSRI MKHRILU
Vice Pre. dent, Lock Haven. Pa.
0. MILLAR MeCUHMlCK,
T9iry, Leek Uarcs, Pa.
Treatnrer, Lock Have, fa,
U-k Davca, Pa Aefuet4, l9 ir.
The News From
THET HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE LAEGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
That Ever Came into the
AT THEIR STORE, ROOM U. 1
C.EO. C. ATOM H' MOOHR.
CletrB.U, Pa., Sept. 22, !8S6-3tn.
riHK un Jerignet, Vxecut'Tt of theeatatcnf
I RICHARD SHAW.hr, deeeaaed. will i-fTcr
at puhlin aaleat (he COI R X II OI'S K. io the bor
ough oi i.icarilflJ, i'a., on
Monday, December Gtli, ISS0,
AT 1:34) OTI.fM'K P. AI,,
Tha following valuaMo real tft'e, vli :
The three itnry ItRICK HOT 11. projierty,
corner of M.irkct and Firit atrcetl, in thn bor
ough of Clcitrliiifd, known at
'The Shaw House,'
Fronting with twu lot of ground thereto belonging
2U0 tett on .Murbct atrert, and 12V
dwelling bouie aliarhed. 1 he bo-
tei prupvr uta amy ui'u rnuiu. ami
all convenience! for a flr.l-cUii
bote! (ne of tho moat dniraMo hotel propertiea
in Centr! Poonayhania.
The aliova will be lold together with a two
tury frame dwelling hue on Murkat atrect, ad
jacent to the Hi-tel. and one other frame dwelling
buuae and a two-ltory itore buildinif, all fronting
on Market ttreet Alto, a frame dwelling houie
fronting on Pint atraet.
ALSO. All that certain lot, Vnuwn in the
plan of Clearfield borough ai Lot No 13V,
fronting 60 fett on Locutt etrcetf run- 4 J
ning hark 172 feet, more or leu, to an alley B
with dwelling bouae and allecoetiary out JL-X
building! thereon reeled, and other improvement l.
teiims or siLt;t
One-third each at delivery of good deed, and
the balance to Ik tecured by bond and mortgage,
parable in one aod two yetra, with intereiL
1. c. r-iiin,
J OS. 8 II AW,
Surviving Ki'riof Richard Shew, Sr., dep'd,
Clearfleld, Pa.. Oct. It, ltftft ta.
John Irvin & Bros.,
iriiagination ami lad, your ability to
avoid a strong p iut und tho almost
unci ring sagacity w ith which you de
tect a w eak point in the armor of your
adversary, 1 have no doubt tho praise-
is deserved. I did not havo tho pleas
ure of hearing you, in spito of diligent
ft, ut in tbut direction, but 1 urn satis
fied thoro wero many points in Mr.
Garfield's public caieer which you did
not consider; many grave charges to
which you carefully failed lo allude iu
iho most consequential of your public
utterances. A speaker nl your experi
ence and reputation, is impregnable
upon a platform Tbo liev. Sir,
Heecher even goes (to fur us to claim
that you aro irresistible. It must bo
admitted, however, that no matter
bow brilliant your speech or logical
your argument, you took your verdict
by default. Tho defenduiit was not in
court. You wero not required to an
swer to the pleading or verify your
You were kind enough, yesterday,
to submit to un "interview" with a ro
porter of Ibe Washington 1'o.it, and I
think. you will credit us with having
Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs.
Curwentrllle, Jin. It, '78 tl.
-JJR. It WIS.Sl.OW,
ril YS1CIAX .( tiCHGICOX,
The Ir. RevInK recently loflelej In Cteerlleld,
offer, toe irrvice. lo Ibe pm.ple of inl. Tloiniiy.
f!tr- Ofioe on Keil elreel. KeiiJenae Leon,
July llal 8m
A Bargain 1
so many men wero cast by their ma9- ciereidouniy, known
i.,. au lLn it,M iiiHt. I.H.t. Tliuro is Vt'ilt'El
.... r Onnleinlni 112 I
iota jNpw MigiMiu or a manuiaciur-i nd .vlnj,h,r,on ,rMUd , i.rg, r,.o,. J.eii
illL' VillailO in the North, whero Inf hoo.., I.r fr.ia. e.rn. n4 the other .o.
r n ... nixhKii.lih.... ii.H.ih.r with . .rtf. oreli.rd,
mu orilv ot tho woruiiiL'tnen were noil ,.. ... Th. D,.rt will t told oo
rery e.y Ulrini ror lurtner penicBier. ,ou,i
of the bubmrlber, In perfm, or i,y letter.
Cle.rH.IJ, P.., M.roh 21th. 18SII.-'f
IMP.OVl THC AiOUD.
is, Colonel Ingersoll, the Democratic
party lacks both agility und the cour
aire ot lhu Retiublicun orinimzutiun. ll
docs not even now dare to iHscuks the
probability of decisive frauds in New
York, tor lear it may bo charged with
merely contemplating what the Re
publican party actually committed four
years ago has delcnded evor since
and now glories in lhu theft of the
lou do not believe tbut one mans
labor shall ho luken by legislation and
given lo another, nnd yet you wore
swept along with your parly in its
monstrous position upon the turiff dur
ing lhu lusl monlh of the campaign
even wilhont a protest, although popu
laily supposed to bo the most cour
ageous man living. You know very
woll tbut tho Democratic parly is not
a free trade parly, and that in the six
years of its supremacy in tbo Lower
House it hasn't touched so much :is a
hem of the tariff garment. You know
ill ul it is perlectly lo be depended on
lo meet tho Kedeiul debt und its inter
forced to vote aa their employers die
tated. There was not a village or a
city in the North whero money wan
not used to purchase tho voles of men
whoso necessities wero pressing, or
w hoso estimate of the value of their
franchise was low. 80 lur as the elec
toral votes of Connecticut or New
Hampshire are c incerned holh ol
which will bo given lo Mr. Garfield
thev sinitilv represent whilo insleud of TRADE (MARK,
Alt lean Bliivc-nens. So Inr as tho vole GUENTHER'S LUNG HEALER
of Now York is concerned, if given to CTJUES C0HSUMPTI01T,
Mr. Garfield, it represents merely a Ronton of mood, Brom-hme. A.ibm. cmh,
morulity as low as any as ever attached i-rir aa t mi .nil on. ioiur.
. ., 1.1...1. OUENTHER Jl CO. Proprietor,
10 inc auction u.oe. . B Filth ApaiuhI, PI7ISBURCH, PA.
On i- party made no iiiisiuko in 1110 oatoberi?, usu
noniinationoftieiioral Hancock, nh lie
suggesting the ticket of Seymour and READING FOR ALL 1 1
McDonald I am trunk enough to admil
that that of Hancock and Knglish was
stronger in all respects. Gen'l Han
cock's record was impeccable. Ho had
been a bravo ami successful soldier, a
wiso and tolerant civil administrator
and a gentleman, always. Nothing
that ho bad ever done called torapology
or defense. Whoever votod against
him would havo voted against
Klijab or eilhor ot the prophets, il
nominated at Cincinnati. Iho voter
(Our un g.tli'trUfmfut.
Piibllehod ..rj Wedneedej J
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Haa thf Largest ClrculaUoa of any ppr
la Northwestern Penn.jlvanla.
The large and constantly increasing
circulation of the Eipublican,
rendors It valuablo tobusiness
mon aa a raodium thro'
which to reaoh the
i LLEGIIENY HOTEL
Market till eel, I lenrtrld, ft.
Win. B Bredly, forniorly proprl.tur r.l tbe
IH.iiAfd Jloo.., hAvUg li.iej the Allegheny
llulel, ,lli-lt. A llier. ol publif fAtrotieitt, 1 he
Uui he. I.e.li thorii(lily n-p.ired Ai.d oe.iy
furiit.htd, Altd gueeie sill d it A pl.-A4it ,l.,p.
ploft pliwe. The ll.lo "III .upl'lioU ullh the
twit ot aloryll.il.it In the uiirkel. At Hie her
will lie fiund the beet nine, end liquore. llix.J
.t.lilmn .tt.ehod. M- . BKAUI.KV,
tl.y 17, fmprieior.
Terms of Sudscsiptiom t
If paid In advance, . .
If paid after three monthi,
If paid after six months,
When papera are sont outside of the
county payment must be in advance,
CUKQI EHANNA UllLSK,
pO-Jblt old ard well-atalllh(d Hotel fat
btn lc aivd by the nnJertigord, aud holirliein
OtJent ol ruidiili g aHtittattn n to ihnae mit t may
(airone biin tlood ttablmg attachid.
l.tW Is C. BLuuM, I'ropiiator.
April SI, 'ell tf.
MiW WArUlIMUTUN, I'A.
tl. 10. ItOE, . . raorkiiTox.
4rXbo t eal of atouoiniodatioui lur man and
biatai. A kbrial chare of public atrnrgr n
NEW WArilliNOTON, I'A
Thtc new and well furniibcd houce baa biti,
taken by the nnderiigned. He feed corifidrnt ui
being able to render catiifact Ion to tboce ab im
lavor him with a call.
May 8, 1871. U. W. DAVIS, Wot
PIIILIPoBUHO, PK.NN A.
Table alwayi lupptied with the belt ibr ttiark
affordi. The traveling public fi invited to cull
jan.lTfl. HOIIKRT LOVI.
Market HU, Clearfleld, (at the Poit Office.)
andenignud hegi Icare to annonncc to
X the citiient of Clearfleld and vicinity, that
ac bai oiled up a room and baa juat returnee
from the city with a large amonut of readme
aialtcr. com tiling tn part oi
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank. Account and Pace Booki of every da
leriptiua j Papf and Envelope!, French preiseo
ton plain; rent ana renona ; uimi
Pancrt. Dccdi, Mortgage! ; Judgment, Eiotnp
who ffU bought for GaifiulJ did not Uon and Promi.erv nuti( While ad i Iaroh
I M..I tiri.r I.a,a i!in. Utflird (Jan. and Hill (Jan.
Sheet Muaie, for either Hiaoo, Flute or Vioho
sonatantiy oa hand. Any booki or itatlonarj
leiired that 1 may not nave on band, win be oraereo
by flrtt expreaa, and anld at wboleaalc or rcuil
tn auit euatomert. f will alto keep periodica
literature, aueb ai Magjatoea, Newapatiera. Ac.
r. A- UAlLiM.
Tn lines, or loss, 8 times, . 1160
Each subsequent insertion, 60
Administrator' Notices, '. . 2 60
Executors' Noticos, . . . . 2 60
A editors' Notice 2 50
Cautions and Estrays, ... 1 60
Dissolution Notices, . . . 2 50
Professional Cards, 5 lines, year, 6 00
Special notices, per line, ... 20
ask whom ho wa bought to volo
i full tho glorious results you decri he
spring from General Garfield's ad min
istration do not confound the impulse
or tho causo with them. Your bouuti
fill flower will have been raised on a
dunchcan. liribory, bull.dor.ing, ro-
CloArt.li. M.y 7, lSSS-tf
A NEW DEPARTURE
set you down w ith as much exactness kn(lw ll";,i0 thi"r! ,'"r J "u
est und to pay ibe lust dollar, und lib pouting tho conjunction of sueb ap
ci ally, tho federal pension roll. You
Cheap Cash Store.
ROOM NO, THIIKB, I1PKRA IKIl'SE,
WHOLERAI.K A RETAIL PKALRR 1
Comprlalng Ireu Oooda of the very letttt tytra,
eonaiattng ta part ct Caahmeree, Hancaeater
ranciea, Alpaca, and all meaner cf
Fancy Dress Goods,
Such aa Ore ton i, Mohair La Mere, l'lcida, Ureal
(iinghami, Urate Fanclei of the very latett
tt y lea, and aa eheap aa they can be Kld
In thia market.
Contlattng of Olovee fnr (lenta. Ladiee and
M him. Ilnee of all abadee, Hilk Ff irt get,
Laeet, Fancy Dreea Huttnni Ltdiee'
Tiea ol all ehadca and it y lea, OetTi
end Cellar, Hthhona tf ali kmdi and
analitlae. Aferiae Underwear, Trimmicg, ec.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Queensware, Hardware, Tinware,
LEATHER, FISH, Ek.,
Whltk will bo nil b.l.h) or rel.ll. Will tike
la Cichari(e Ibr Goods at Market Price..
wn. j. norrsR.
All Kinds of Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc.
MANirACTLKKRS AND DEALERS IN
MHT Aitr. TinilKK,
AND EVERY IjESCIIIPTIOJI OP
SAWED LUMBER CDT TO ORDER.
Tho Only Manufacturers in Clearfleld
County of tho
NEW PROCESS FLOUR!
n.ot it, viiop .t.vn yt:ei
.iLH .trs o.v it.i.vin
tCnsli paid for all kinds of
Orrtin Wheat, live, Oats, hie,
Cnrwenirllle. Pa., Jon. , 18(8 If,
. re. v w
Hh boon la eonsteu.
b, tbo public
for over twenty yeara.
and ll tho boot preparation
onr Invented for RE8TOB
INO 43 RAT IIAin TO ITS
oiTnnx coi.ob and
applied the natoral
food auiel color im Ut balr
laada wltiMDt eteiaJnf the
akin. It will Incrrace nod
thlekett tha arowth of the
kadr, prwvent lee blanching
(Utd falllna; otT, and thoe
ft cwret Itching. Erun-
tlono nwd Dandruff'. Ae
ilAIlt InRHHI NO It la very
deelrmblc), giving the hair
all ken eortnfHae which nil
dmlrw. It hoepn the head
lM, awwtt Ctad hreUthy,
will change tha benl to a Bltumt or
BLACK at dlecrcUoa. Being la one
preparation It I cwalty applied!, aid
prodaere a paruaanent calor thai will
ae wanti wtf.
ri;i i-Aitl o itv
R. P, HILL A CO., NASHUA. N. H.
AW br 0 OuHn h IMk
as stenogriiiby and 'ype are capable of
insuring. 1 have no iloiilil, ton, that
you huve suiil about the best lliat any
body can say in defense of Gen. Gar
field's elcclion nt d Geoeral Hancock's
defeat. You may bo right in all thai
you do say I haven't retained the
prido of opinion with which I entered
tho canvass it may be, as you say,
that tho Democratic party is dead
too dead for insurrection it may be
that tho Republican parly has renew.
cd, fnr another twenty yeurs, Us lease
of life and supremacy il may be that
il can only be put down by soino other
organisation, which cun tlive deeper in
search of what yon stylo a "larger und
grander ii'm-i lj " bul, ( if all
is true, and especially, if il be true that
all llio glorious results you picture are
sure lo follow tho inauguration of Gen.
Garfield, you will bo obliged to admit
that wo havo been skating on very
thin ico for iho last three weeks.
Ho good enough to remember, Col.
Ingorsoll, that lesa than ton thousand
men in tho city or .State of New York
could have changed all this. That a
rainy day, a ball dozen fires, a small
riot, or tho exercise of a little more
vigilance on tho part of a dor.cn men
in the city of Mow York would have
sent General Hancock to the White
Ilouso at tho head of Ibis now very
dead Democratic party, aud that in
stead of praising Mr. Jewell as a great
tactician, yon might havo been damn
ing him as a fool, ln political matters
at least, you will bo forced to ponder
"On what a il.n.lrr three
Hong, everlaitiug thing,."
Dot after all, is it not pnssiblo that
tho Republican paity is unworthy of
tho praise you givo it, and may It not
bo .just possible that tho Democratic
parly is entitled to moro? You say
that if 1 wero to start a new party the
first thing I would probably do would
be lo leuvo nut of it a hundred Demo
crats now prominent us such. Un
doubtedly. Hut oven if you wero com
missioned to fill their places, there are
ae many Republicans, whom you would
goto well, say India to avoid
I am suro that Iho first man you would
nof tuko is that vulgar fraud und nau
sealing hypocrite, who lor lour years
has been diligently proving that such
a monstrosity as t'ccksnill is not an
impossiiiiiity K. n. J I uyes. Jtissomo
compensation to belong to the Demo-
cratio parly, even if ono accomplishes
nothing moro by it than lo get rid of
any association with him.
If you mean by a now party, a par
ty merely ot good, liberal fellows, of
mon who, whilo thoy havo pronouno
cd viows, havo with them tho utmost
toleration for tho views of others ol
men who havo not learned the thrift
which follows fuwning or, wilh John
Sherman, how to become a millionaire
on a modest salary of five thousand
dollars fi year of men who would
scorn to tuko advantago of such of
their fellow men as fortune, had placed
under their authority to control ol
men who would not compel their em
ployes, their dependents or their rela
tives to volo as they dictatod of hon-
orablo men who would ncithor steal
nor purchaso votes, nor contribute tho
means wherewith they might bo
bought thero aro many in both par
ties that each of oa would rail
merely to see that they bail transpor
tation. Parlies, so composed, aro not pos
sible The stronger tho party, the
more It has to give, the mcanor its
membership, ricase lo tell me, If yoo
can, what inducement, there havo been
to attach a man to the Democratic
party for the last twenty yoars other
than its principles f Not to bo egotist),
cal, (ako my caso for an example
ror twenty lour years I have been ad.
Tocallng its doctrines and voting for
its candidates. Profit It has not given
me preferment it ouM not glvo me.
There is no office at tho disposal of
any Chief Magistrate It could have
elected that I have ever wanted or
student and un observer, and yet you
saw tbo Deniociatiu parly battered
almost beyond recognition in such tar
iff States us Pennsylvania, Coniieclidit
nnd New Hampshire on a lulse cry of
stop thief. You know ibul a prohibit
ory turiff can be made lo bo as cruel
an inquisition as any of those of tho
iluilt ages which you desciibo with
such a wciillli of langtiago and de
nounce with so much fervor. You
know Ibul every wotkingman, who
has ten mouths lo feed, suffers under
un unjust tariff as much moro than
Vonderbilt or (iould, as ten mouths
nnd ten stomachs are more than ono.
You know that a tariff which will per
mit a rinlnuelphia firm lo amass a
fortune of Ion millions of dollars on iho
manufacture of quinine at the expense
of suffering liuniiliiil v is loo infamous
lo bo enacted by Patagoniuns. And
yet, because tho iJcmncrulio party
bunglingly announced that it was com
mitted lo a inodificatiun of the excesses
of this legislative hydra, you permitted
il lo bo slandered without stint. 1 do
not say that you contributed to tho
deluge, but 1 havo no doubt you are
candid enough to admit that you con
sented to it.
So fur as your anathema upon the
doctrino of Stute rights your boast
llmt this is a Nation and must remain
ono is concorned, 1 am sure, even
wilh all tbo respect I have for your
intellectual vigor, that I ran safely
trust lo time and events to cure yoo
of thut great delusion. You, it eeems
to mo, of all men, who demand so much
individual liberty, should bo the stoutest
tn defend tho liberties and rights of the
States. When you onco concede that
every citiicn is entitled to the federal
prntoclion, that Mr. Garfield or tho
mass ol bonny clabber you now rocog-
nito as tho Chief Kiccnltve can
stretch his arm across States to redress
an assumed wrong to tho citir.ens of a
distinct political autonomy, you havo
made tho door wide enough and high
enough for a despot to walk through
It will not do to say that tho peoplo
ol this Nation will never tolerate a
despot that thoy will throttlo him in
his cradle, and all such patriotic gush
as that. Tho men who begged Mr.
Tildcn not to tako his seat becauao it
would disturb business and might do
prccioto the valuo of their bonds, tho
men who, while believing in tbo princi
pics of tho Domocatio purty, sent
money out to Indiana in October, with
which to corrupt Demiicralio votes, in
order that Blocks might not "drop two
or threo points," the men, who lo day
would sign a petition In Congress to
count tho voto ol Now York for Gar
field, oven though Iho proof of twenty
thousand illegal or bought votes lacked
no jot or tittle of confirmation, are the
men who contribute to a fund to ex
terminnto Iho rash xealols, who were
so unmindful of "tlio demands of trado
us to want to tumble an usurper out
of tho U Into Ilouso,
Thero have been men I do not
know but that they have all been
gathered to their fathers in Ibis land
of ours who would rather be right than
President. There havo been parlies
whoso leaders would rather see them
right than successful. 1 do not think
so meanly of old Robert Morris or
Gallatin as to believe that (hoy would
havo hesitated to demand that the
alleged fraudulent casting of twenty
thousand votes In the city of Now
York be honestly inquired inlo, and
honestly determined, oven though their
bank Blocks were depreciated as a ro
suit. For my part, if Mr. Garfield Is
to bo my President, I want lo respect
him as such. 1 should dislike to be
obliged to nurse tho contempt Inr him
lour years that 1 havo found so much
plcasnro in maintaining fur the present
occupant of tho White House.
If, Colonel Ingersoll, yon are so
thoroughly the friend to liberty, so
porsistontly tbo foe to oppression and
injustice, why do you not occasionally
sweep with your glass the entire borl
ton y Yon certainly wonld not care to
parently diverse forces as Beoeherism
and "Tlio. Alienism" havo made it posgi.
Iilu for tho :i5 votes of Now York to
bo added to tho votes of Connecticut
and Now IIamphire and placo General
Garfield in tho Presidontinl office
Practically, Col. Ingersol, nino mill-
ir..n. .Aui. Bin t, uM f..a oasH Atil.
iorm Ol peoplo, equully ilivi led, stood or in exohaoge for produce. No booki will be
still, in order lo .ee whether the tt W "j-"- ' " rTr.iffSJ!:
sums ol money coniriuuieu ny stoca nuaorortneirnoteaAau
hrokers, National bankers, monopolist
cornorations and tariff beneficiaries
could bo successfully used in New
York city to hire ten thousand Demo
crats to volo for Garfield, or, possibly,
lo hire twenty thousand men, who had
no right tn voto, to kill the lairly ex
pressed voico of tho honest Electors ol
Il having boon decided that it could,
you straightway eoueiuuu Lml luC
Democratic party ia dead and that
Gen. Garfield, unpurged of a single
accusation mado against him by his
own associates, uncleansed of a single
slain which in earlier days would
have driven a man to suicide will bo
tho npostlo of a new political right
eousness ami tho founder of a new
This is "ono of tho miitukos of Rob
ert, and much more unpardonable
than any mislako of Mosos yot discov
ered. This, at least, is the opinion of
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I am determined to ceil my goodi at out
prioei, and at a ditcoant tar below tnt eve
'iffered In tbii viclniry. The diienaat I allow my
oaatomera, will make them rich in twenty yeara 1'
they follow my ad ice and buy their gooda from
i. t will pay earn lor wneat, oau ami cinrer
ml. 1MNIHL UOODLANPEIl
Lot her aba re Jannarv 17, 1T7.
H County National Bank,
OF Cl-KAl'.FIKLD, TA.
M,iM in Oral rtm't Hiick Building two.lWi
mat nf FWk A Ct-. i More.
Paiiage Tiekcta to and from Liverpool, Queen
town, Olaagow, London, Pari and Coj-enhaprn
Alio, Drafte for cale on the Royal Bank nf Iftlnni
and Imperial Bank of London.
JAM K9 T. LEONARD, IWt
W. M. 1IAW, Caabicr. Jan),1;?
DREXEL & CO.,
u. .Tl South TTilrd street, Plilladt-lpliU
And Dealers In Government Securities.
Application by mail will receive prompt at ten
trni. and all iuf rtnatiob cheerfully furniihed
Ordera eolieted. April ll-tt.
. irtpcan. o. w. inn old. i. i. abn'ii.o
F. K. ARNOLD & CO.,
Itniikr(4 and Itrol.t is,
neynoldkvllle, Jrffersou Co., In,
Mon.y received on depmit. Dl.cnunt. nt n-.-
lerete relea. K.etern .till roroiltn Li(-h.n(s ,1-
-at. on bend And onllretiuti. promptly metlr
Keyni'ldivllle, Iieo in. IH74.-IV
One square, 10 linos, ... $8 00
Two squares, 15 00
Throe squares, ..... SO 00
One-fourth column, . . . . 50 00
One-half column, .... 70 00
One column, 120 00
till ALL FREE INSTITUTIONS
RE PRESERVED t
H.4RTSWICK & IRWIN,
PAINTS, OIIaS, DYE STUFF
Wa have always on hand a large stock
of blanks ot all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
io., 4o., io.
If there baa boon such an amount of I varnibiies,
fraud in the conduct of tho Presidential
election in New York as to have falsi
fied tho popular verdict of that Slate,
every honest man and true patriot,
whothcr bo belongs to the Republican
or to tho Democratic party, should do-
mand a rectification of tho wrong,
While no defimto facts havo been ihus
far given to tho publie to warrant the
conviction that thoro is a conspiracy
to set aside tho will of the peoplo of
tho foremost Stale in tho American
Union, gravo suspicions are entertain
ed that such is tho caso. Tho llepub
beans cannot afford to rest under so
serious sn imputation, and they owo
itlothuir honor to encouragoa prompt
and thorough investigation of the
charges embodiod in tho resolutions
just adopted by tho Dcmocralio State
Executive' Committee of Now York.
tl will not answer to undcrtako to I TTTOftT T5TT1fP 9. ffl
laugh the manor down. Tho sugjes- ft, U, VV UUUlUUUei W-UUl
lion ota Iraudulunt procurement ol 35
hlcctoral votos ruiius the question of
iho highest dignity. That question is rjry Goods, Groceries and
ono of iho highest privilege as well,
Or ALL KINDS,
PU&E WINES AND LIQUORS
for nodielnAl parpoM..
True..., Supporter., Stboet Rook, ond Stntton
ery, end .11 otber Artie)., aennlly
lound Itt o Drag Store.
PHTStCIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CARt-
PULLT COMPOUNDED. IIatidk Urjra ot-
perlonae la tbo bonne. Ibey ona giro ontiro Mt-
J. O. HARTHWICK,
JOHN r. IHWIN.
nte.r8.lil. DtwiW IS, IST4.
WOODLAND, CL'FDOO., Pi.
Respectfully solicit thotr patron
and the pehiie generally to call and exam
toe their new atoeh of
Spring and Summer Good
and il is entitled aa such to prouedo all
otbor questions. It involves not only
iho validity of tbo apparent declara
tion oi mo win oi Plow lork that was
mails on Tuesday, but it touches tho
victim n,i.l ..Uli.nnw r.C C.. t-.a 1....
... - " "" IV end Ib.palilio (en.rAlly to ..II and oiAn
inn ids rigni oi son government ilsell. mo tneir new .toot r
An immedialo, searching and complete
inquiry should be mado inlo tbo Now
York election, and if it shall appcur
mat irauu nos uecn commuted llio I CONSISTING OP
right should prevail at whatever cost. . .... .. . .
,..,,,.: , Cashmeres, Velvetoens, Delaines,
- , i iHitnu. I T : , ni. t t
liii.iie, uingunmn, A rutin, un
bleaohcd and liloaohed Mus
lins, Fancy Skirts, Sheet
ings, Tickings, Carpets,
lings, Oil Cloths,
Cheviot and Percale
Shirts, Gloves, Neckwear,
Mon'a and llovs' Clothimr.
lints, Caps, Hoots, Shoos, etc., ate
llotinTlNo It Is generally admitted
by Southern journals, in commenting
on the result ol tho Presidential elec
tion, that General Garfield has tho
brains lo acquit himself with credit,
but they express groat misgiving as
I' his backbone. It is no wonder peo
ple doubt when they learn that a man
like him has been trapped at overy
nn.na I. . nnl ! n-... aliaptinH ll V. i .
"-..-.- " . ,, ., u , .....
behavior is as bad in tho Whito House in CU I ..ItTtlJUIlUISf
as in Congress, he will be a disgrace win, be. ruand 01 flrst )ty. d
in il.. K.iin. satisfaction is guaranteed. The fob
, lowing are always kept on band
. . ,. ... I (soma lew only In thoir season)
It Looks Funny. General Hancock . . , J
received 11,000 mora volos
York city than Tilden did, and yet has
a majority ol 12,000 lesa than Tildon
had. But Garfield received 2G.00O voice
mora than Hayes and bad 11,000 more
than John 1. Davenport, tha Radical
Commissioner of oloctions, declared the
day belore the election ha would get.
Radical colonisation was carried lo an' AU0 DEALERS IN
extent not dreamt of even by Daven- 8 A 11 ft, TL S.TXX3 ft 5ITI1TOUE3,
port. . I Jnly 28, IRSO lf.
Suffers. Teas. Coffees. Sniees. RvrnnA
in New i..,rn..iini.pi.. nr.n.... t
Bananas, Figs, Dales, eta., Hard
ware, Queensware, Glassware,
Tinware. Wood and Willow
ware, Paints, Oils, Cloeka,
ft Miners' Supplies,
We are prepared to do all kinds of
IN TUB BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
C4eo. It. Oooillnnder,
Clearfleld County, pa.
Ml H (i i: ( N IIKNTIHT,
Jrailtifrte -if the PennFylranU Collfff of Dn.'al
Minrry. 'flice in reaidence ol L)r. H ilia, o p- aitr
rhw llorjce. whl3, if
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(Offlc in Bank Building,!
Curwenavllle, t ie Aiflrlil Co.. I'.
Boh 12 '78-tf.
"t CLEARFIELD, PKNN'A.
ttr-Oiriee in reetlenee, oppoeite Shew llo-i...
J. M. STEWART, '
(Office ln rrii lenre, Second ttreet )
NUroui Oiide tlaa admlniitered fur the puin-
tn extrth'ttoa uf teeth.
CirBrttriti, -, my a, IT7-t.
eeh In yoor own town. Termi aai t)
VUU outfit free. Addrtat 11. HalUt A Con party,
fiirtiand, Maine. ldeel.,'7V ly.
fti Tn f" day at home. Pauiplc-i worth
$0 ,uiJiU A rre. Addreaa tSllnr.n A Co.,
decl7, T ly.
0'7) a week. U a day at home raily nale.
V 1 14 truly outl.t free.
Addrci True A IV,
a. r. tauLicn. a. coat lb.
GILICH, McCORKLE & CO.S
Market Street, Clear dcld. Pa,
We Danifactnre all kinda of Furniture fur
Chamber!, biuiog Hootni, Llbrariei and Halli.
If yon want Farnitore of any kind, dun't boy
until yon aee oar atock.
UNUE It T A K I X ii
In .11 It. brAnchee, prenptly Attended to.
OI I1.CI1, McCORKI.R t CO.
Cleerteld, Fa., Feb. 8, 'It.
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
THE LARGEPT end REST SKI.KCTKD PTOl K
p in II,
TI'RS And IH't-KKT,".
OR IF. I) KHUI'IS.
County Agent for
Tb.n gnodi bnatbt f-r CASH In large lU,
end Mid al olmo.l eity prteee.
JAMES II. LYTI.K,
Cl.arS.ld. Pa.. Jone 11, Isls-ly.
The Dcirs Run Woolen Factory
Pens to.niblp, Claarleld C,. P.
.VT SOT 1
Tb.nViMrlbor. b., al ureal ApenM.r.l'ei".
I.bborbood neMe.lty, I. the ereetion of e firet
el.M Wool.a M.nafAetory, milk All Ibe
taiproToaaonu atuehed, aod nr. prepere. l
all kind, of Cloth., Caeotosorei, SAIioetta. U:u
k.ta, Flann.la, Ae. Plenty of goodi b"d "
apply all oar old nnd a Ihoaeand a.weelo'
bote wo nab to eon. and oiAmlno oar inx.
Tbe baaiae.. of
CARDING AND fllLLINO
will roMlvo oar eepMlal atuntlon. Tr
arranfenaoau will be aade to reeelte an. ''""
Wool.ioeallea.lomera. All work .Arraot.4."
done npoa Ibe .hort.it aolleo, and by itrl"
tioa to ba.lnae. we bopo to roellM . Ilbaral "
of pabllo patroaaira.
IO,MH POUNDS WOOL WANTRDI
Wo will pay tbo kliott warb.l pri.e I"
aad Mil oar aaafoetarad .aodeaaleoaall11
foedl aaa be boa. bl la lb. ooaaly,
wo fall to render naeeaabk, MlilfaeU.. '
alaay. bo foand at beaM paady to Bak.
oipleaatlea, olthor la p.re.n or by t"' .
J1HKS JOHNSON 8'V'
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