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TYROSK 4 CLEARFIELD BRANCH
On and after Mondar, Nov. i, iao, tbo
Peisenfer Trains will ran daily (exoept 8ua
deys) beta-eea Tyrone and Cleerllolil. as follows:
LRAVi ROUTII. I LEAVB NOKTH."
P. H Tyrone.,
" j nuiamii
" ! Oeseole,..
" Do) ntun
9 oe, "
10 12, "
. 1. 17. '
" j WiwIleBd......
" ! Uarrall
" i Laonard
" Cleerneld, ......
" j rlivervlew
" ' Curwensvtllo,
LEAVE rlllllTll. ' LEA V K NOHThT
Bine Lin II,
5 .10 a.
,..7 10 e.
. t .10 "
..0 01 "
.. 17 "
PHILIl'SBl'ROA JI08IUNNON BKANCltBS
r. B. A. . 1. M.
1:44 10:20 7:41
3:10 10 34 111
1:111 Hl:43 8 IJ
1:!3 10:48 8:25
3:10 10:51 tU
8:15 10:58 1:41
3:40 1 1:1.4 1:41
A. B. e, H. r.
7:15 12 10
7.0J I225 5 0t
:M 12:04 4:l
V.U 11:1 4
0 :10 11:45 41
0:35 11:40 4:lg
0:20 11.35 :l
0:15 II..10 4:J
V:IU 11:25 4:0,
i) alu baulk valley branch.
r. H. A. B.
7 OS 8.20 leave Tyrone
0.08 10 30
41 II .""arrive l, , ,T, a,Ss
Paeifio KiprcH 8:
Jobnstown ExpreDf 8
Day Eipreia 17:
Mall Train, 3:
61 Way Paaenfer.
5I M.il Train,
3 Fail Line,
Atlantic Eipreri, 8:
1'gil. E,ri.M. I:
Cloae aonneotiona a
and Lork Uavaa.
lade by all tralna at Tyrone
8. I. BLAIR,
A atajtaleavea Curwemville dally for Reynold!,
vllle, at I o'clock, p. m.. arriving at Reynoldivllle
at 8 o'clock, p. m. Hemming-, Iravee Keynolda-
vine oawy, at t o eiooR, a. m., arriving at Cur
wcnivllleat 12 o'clock, m. Fare, each way, II.
A nate Ifavei Curwcnavllle dally, at 1 o'elnrk.
p. n., tor buBoia City, arriving at DuMoie City
nt 8 o'oluck, p. n. heturnina, leavei DuBoli ai
7 o'clork, a. m., daily, arriving at Curwcnavllleat
a ocioca, m. rare, each way, 11 .50.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW GRADE DIVISION.
Oy tnd anr UundtT, Sot litb, 1?0,
tb ptuonnr t ruins will run dallv (trm
8 on da) bctwoen Bd Bank nd Driftwood, m
EAHTWARD.hDa.t MtllUavei Plttihnrit
B S4. m. Rd Biiolt M:36t bllgo Junotion ll:ttl;
New BKhtrhrm 12 55 p. m ; MariTill 1:10 1
Trov l:Si i Bruohvil 1:55 i rollcr'i 1:30 i B.
ncildevilll;:tS; Dullolt &-M t SuramU Tunnel
8:11 i I'm 8 1,1 3:42 ; Tjlrr i 3:55 ; Benrtt ;J I ,
RiTiTtii fti vrtii wood si a-.w.
U klHTW AKIWDij Unll lesvpi Driftwood
12:20 p. m.; iivDfltrttt 1:00 j Tjler'i j
hejnollville2:S9; Pullrl:i.; BrookrilleS:l5i
Trof 'A il; Mtvyartlls 3:55: New Bsttiichtm 4:bU i
Htlgo Junction 4:17 Red Hunk 6:03 ( ftrrifti t
riilRDQr u 7.4U p, b.
jlfr The Kr; mild"! 11 AcooutniodattoiileavM
RcjnoUivill dully at 7:55 a. m.; and arrivM al
Red BfeiiR at 10:50 a. a., t'lUibnrgh at 1:40 p. m.
Leatn fitUkurRh at 1:16 p. m ; Red Bank at
a 'l arm log ai HoyDoidnvnwat :d p. B.
Cloae coBBArtloBi mad with trait. a P 1 I
Railroad at DriHood, and with train on the
Alltgnen; Valley Katlroad at Hd Bank.
DAVID MtCARUO.Otn'l gap't,
A A. Jaoikon, (Sap't L. U. Dlv.
FARE FKOil CLEAHFIKLD, TO
Blltfont, Pt 13 OMMidJIetewn $5 0V
Lock Uavn S 70 UarUtta.H.H., 6 6ft
Williaanport 8 80 Laneaatvr . 80
HuotinjrloB 1 SOjPllILADELI'HIA 7 M
Ltitown. SSOlAlloonw I 06
Maryit-ll1. 4 40 Jobnatown..H..... 166
6i Tyronor. 1 JJ
4 761 PITTHBIlRt ft I
FAM FOR SALE !
The ondenlgned will at) at prlva'a aale. hta
.arm, irs-a renn wwohtp.uisarBeld eonnty
helf of which Ulna good aiam of cultivation
with a frame dwellinr, log barn.'athnfiy orehard
and an u eel lent aprlog of never failinw water.
together with tb aeetiaary outbuilding!. The
portion not cleared ia beavily timbered, and alt
a underlaid with eoel and ir -B. It will h mid
low and on May term. For fori her In'ermation
eail on tbe prmte, orMreM tb en-a(ribr at
Grampian Uiih F O. OWKN J. KKK.NAN
Orampian llilla. June H, IBHB ilm.
Htate Noruial Neliool
. Eighth Normal School District.)
Lock Haven, Clinton C(h, Pa.
A. iT. RA UBt A. AI.t Ph. P.t Principal.
Tbie Bchool at at tire -en t ennetltnted, effertthe
very nn laouiuei lor rroreB.i.onal and Claaieal
Bitblitlngi epadona, Inviting and eommedlow ;
eomtdrttly betiud by ft earn, well ventilated, and
fnrnirhed wtib a bouatifal in p ply f pare, toft
lo eaiwn health fol and eay of acMaa.
Pormottding eeeacrv nnrnrnaeaed.
Teaehera oiperieneed, efflolcat, and alive to
DfM'plina, Arm but hind, an I form and thorough.
Ffty eeau a week dedoottcB to thane preparing
Ktadeot admitted at any time.
Court or aiody preenribed by the State i I,
n'ai r-ioi. i', rreparaiory. lit. btomea
Ury. IV. HctaatiAe
I. Aetdemie. U. Commercial. III. Mutle
Th Rlementarv and Sclent! ft enartMiM Pm.
feealiinal, and indent gradnting therein receive
Btat Uiplomae,enrering tb following eorre
v.odihf deareea: Alaater af lb klem.nia m.nA
Waaler of tb Menoee, Oradaalc la tbe other
court rewtv Kaimal Certili f their at
tain to cntt, f i toed b tbe Faoaltv.
Th ProfeMlnal unrac aro llheral. and are
in iBoroagoneM act minr t tboae of or Veat
Tbe Rtate reqntre hither order of ltlan
fbip. Tb timea demand tt. It ia o of tbe
prime object! of thle eboid to help toewonr It by
fnrnUhtng Intel I i (tent and era dent teaeben (at
her arhoola. To tbit end It eoliniu oon dm
tow of gnd nbtliitce and good prpoe-.ibia
who dir to Improve their tint Bad their tl
enu, n etndnu. T all neb It promt aid m
viLioy tnetrpowert and abcedant opporta
itiee for well paid labor aitr leaving echo.il.
For catalogue and terma addreae tbe Principal,
r tbe Secretary or the Board.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
J H BarloB, M. A. H. Bet, Jwb BrWB,
0 M. RUhford.ltamaalCbriet, A. N. Rnwb. K. h.
Coob.T. C. Hippie. Rao., U. KiBtting, B. P. lie-
"""'"i "l i " w. u. row.
. A. O. Cnrtia, Bm. H. L. Dtrbh,
f)e. Jeaeo Merrill, Ho. Wan Biglw, J, 0 C
baJy,0. Millar McCrmiofc, RN.
PreelaVfji, Plearfleld. P.
Om. JbVWl MKHRILL,
Vleo PrMieWit, Leek llaM, Fa.
Socmary, Uh Uave, Fa.
TOO At A 4 VARDLKY,
. . IrwMejrw. Loe Bavm, P
ARNOLD II AS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles.
SHAVED AND SAWED
CyrweD'Ull, Ja. 0, TS tf.
E. S. HENDERSON,
THEE guawribar now offrrt to tba pit twin of
Barnitd and flsiolt. an aoprttded
npeUlljr lUrealUr all kind of Caittett aod
Colli l i will b kt on band, and ordrrt fillod at
Ftmerat Uttndtd .1nytrhrre.
I will f n mlita th flout m wfll the ehnpn-artlclf-i
drdirtted to funerali All orders loft at
th tin nf .In a (1 rimiiti l I nwfii.B nrB.M
attention. For (nrthr ttarilulari.otll on or
adlrvu B. tf. ItKNDr.KriOft,
Doe. 10, 1870-tf.
GEO. WEAVER & CO,
CLE ARFIELLT, PA.,
Havt openad up In th itor room lately occupied
by Wearer A Bctu.on Kttxmd itraet, a largt and
wall MlMt(l atrwik nf
Dry - Goods Groceries,
HOOTS AND SHOE,
Ql HRfiSWARK, WOOD t WILLOW WARE.
IIAT8 AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Whlcb they will ditpoia of at rrajoaabl ratea
for eus, or ei change lor country protluo.
OKOHUK WKAVliR A CO.
Clrfll.. Pa., Jan. 9. lHTH-tf.
James Lib Leavy,
Having pnrebaied tba aotiro itoek of Fid,
8aokelt, nereby gii notlea (hat be baa moved
Into tb room lately oeeai.led by Red A Hairerty.
on Keind lrt, where he la prepared to ofltr to
of the lateit Improved pattern, at low price.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Gas Fixtures And Tinware.
Rooflnt, tipontioir, riumblnft;, Oan Pitting, and
Repairing Pumpa apooiaJty. All
Any thing in my line will b ordered tpeotal II
deilrtd. JAR. L LKAVY,
ClearSed, Pa., January 1, l7t tf.
The News From
THE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
als and dapj
Crcni's Furnishing E:ii;
That Ever Came into the
ATTIIE1RSTMK, R00U 110. 1
f; KO. '. .V T m W. Ml H ) R R.
Ckarflrl l, Pa., fc.pl. 5t, IHKO Snl.
Cheap Cash Store.
ROOM NO. TIIREB, OPERA HOVHR.
WnOLESALR A RETAIL DEALER I!
OomBrialnit Drraa Goot of th. vary lataat altlaa.
v i" aww uwiaMf.1, MaaekMlar
FaMlaa, Alpaew, ana aU aiirajw ol
Fancy Dress Goods,
Sark aa Cnlrum, Ma.lr Lmlara, Maldt, Dra
Uincbaaia, Uraat FanaiM at lb .mrj l.trt
;IM, an ai abaaB aa ik.v aaa t anld
la Ibia a.rk.t.
Cofiriftlna; nf Otnm for Oaata, La1iaa bb1
lli.i... Ilaaa of all balM, Hill rrltiM,
Lbcm. Faaa. Draaa Hutlooa. Ladlaa'
Tin M all abaitaa aa alvlaa, Cfa
aaa Ca'lara. Rlaboa. of all ama. ani
i)Btllllaa. Marlao Uadammr, TrlmralRn ale.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
QaeeuBwar, Hardtrare, Tinware,
Carpel. OH Cloths
LEATHEE, FISH, Etc., ,
WhOk Bill ba aU obol.nl. ar raull. Will uka
la atBckUK It OomU Market rkta.
Clnrttit4, IS., Hapt, l, Iwaa if,
. . . e-tJJ
MM ll!lNMI-:i.ie,-(lc'rK Weaver A Co
ej. want five Ihouaitnd buthele of OATH, nuw,
ami will pay emh or produce.
L,ernii, fn., Aug. n, i (.7H.tr.
J"H TINW4K IIAItn- ARK.
HOUSE F0WSHIN Q GOODS,
NKIiDI.Krl, AIlACllflEXTK AND 1'AHTrl,
and nil kind or
O. B. MKRKELL, . Agent,
CLEAR PI ELD, FA. Jum I, 'HO IC
Farm For Sale.
The fwttferiber now titTttti bit farm for tale
The pptarty U loaaied one mile ani a half north
or Cie.rOold, eunulning I.K.II I V It KM.
moat of which la olvared and und-r good eulilva
lion, griod two-itory "L" houae, large frm barn
nd other fteeei-ary nutbuHdinga, together with
n orchard of all hinJa of Iroit. The wbolo ta
un.ierlaii with a veio or good eoal Tbia prop--ny
will be exebaoged foramaller property. For
fun her parileulara call on the p remit a, or by
letter add reaied to JOHN V. RKKU.
September I, lJ-0-5m. Clear&ld, Pa.
Thomas A. Duckett,
IHKKKBY give oollrw to the clttiana of Clear
flo'd and the aurrounding rloinliy that 1 aia
(trepured at a'l timci to furniah ( am t ilea and
manufaoturing e(gltinhintim wl'h a auperloi
Coal, Wood g Coke,
Which I am preparvd to deliver in a fi-w honra'
notice. I am always ready to haul and deliver
Irom and to tb depot or any w bore ola, and
move fttmlllea and bnuiiehold guoda anywher on
ebon noticw. TICoH. A. Dl CKKCT.
Clearfield, Pa., Mar. SI, lttf.s-tf.
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STRKKT, NEAR P. 0.
The under Iff ned beg leave to Inform tb eltl
aena of Clearfield, and the public genermllv. tha
be haa on hand a Ad aaaortmenl of KumttBr.
aaeb aa Waloat, Cheettiat and Haintod Cbbt
Sot tea, Parlor fiultee, ReHntnt; and Bitenaion
Ohalre, Lediea' and Oenta' Enar Ohatra, tbe Hr
'nratetl Dining and Parlor Cbatra, Cane fleet and
WlBdmir Cbalre, Clothea Bara, Htep and Kite)
toa Ladder, Hat Rack a. Borabhlni Bruabea, A
MOULDING AND PICTURE FRAMES,
ooking Qlaiaee, Chromoa, Ac, wbtoh would
iluble for llolldaj proton t a.
HIOT Jnillf TRAI'TMAW.
Re-Union of Trade.
rTlIIE m..-ri((Ofd wishing to Inform the public
1 trial oe opeDea a
At tbe old ttand ia Troatrilte. CleerBelJ roantjr.
ra.,on tne ima tnat., will) a run a too or
ORY CIHIIII, CKOCEK1K8, KOTlON
Itatoti. Nhoea, Ktc.
In fact evorythlni to be found in a flrat-elaaeatore.
4ll of which I atn deterntatd to ell at th loweet
KARMERH AND LtMRERMEN
Will find It to their adt aotaM to do their dielim
with m; aa tbe blhrat pncea will be paid for
urain, nningiea, or rroauc ei an iiDd. ran
r on half eaab will be paid. Tradinaj for
Binrtee or Luraiw oi any Kind a epeeiAitt. Alao,
Singer Sewing Machines,
Rarlnti made ananrementa with Kaatrra aaer-
obenti to (ell RfMda furoiafesd an-, therefore eall
ad are, at 1 will enahled to tell ebraper than
tnepBapeet. J w. UAKLILK,
Trootvilk, Pa., Sept l.'79-l. A (cot,
John Iran & Bros,
AM Kinds or Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS lit
AND BVIRY DESCRIPTION OF
SAWED LDMBEE CDT TO OEDEE,
The Only Mannfucturarit in Clearfield
County of the
NEW PROCESS FLOUR I
flour, rnop .i.rn fkko
riFCasli paid for all kinds of
Urain Wheat, Rye, Ontii, Etc.
Corv..a..llla. Pa., Jnna 1, H-ir.
la a rotnrMHin.1 fif the virtna of aarNinnrHla,
atlllliiRla, Bianrirak", Tallow tanra, with th
kallil,, of noUatt ami Iron, all powerful hlnol
mnklnK, olooriH;lfnalnft ami HftMiiiatalninir
rlanvnu. Il la III nnrrat, aalaat, an.1 In
avnry way t)M moat rrlratiial albirallva ni. ill
chio kiKiwn or avallaMa bi Hi., pnl.llc. 1 lie
fc'leiKHa of uinllilne ami rlM-mixtrv have
nev.tr proiliKJ ro valualiln a rwim-.ly, nr
nm an pnt,iit to rura nil llaHa.yi routlthie;
fr.in Imj.iire M.whI. It mrmi rVrofuln. bikI
all M-rofuloi.a iltaraara, Kryalprlaa, How,
nr Kt. Antliony a Hrr, I'linpleK ami
rarMraha, I'ti.liiln, lllnlrhra. Holla,
1'n.nnra, lllrr, llninora. Slt Klieuni,
H. -nl..hfil, Kliiajnorm, I'lrrra, Korra,
Itlii-ninnil.iii, lwnrlnl Dlaraai., Km.
ri.lirln. ! -ti.nl.. W enlt ii.aa anil IrroffU.
I. .rlllr, .Irtiimll.e, Atlertiona uf tlie
i.l.er, liynp. 'alit, I'.nia. lnLlon, anil
Hv lu H.-nnlui'T ami rli.iiu.li.j nnalltiB
It I'.iti.. ..or tliH ft.iil ivruiI..Ma whirti
nuil.tiiiiiiiiii. Ihe l.l,1, ami maae ileranire.
rni in mill ,11. Il .'nniilal, enllvina
IIm i ImI iKiii lliina. It pmmoiea enrrtry and
airt-.-yil!. i riotorea anil iwei-rvea liraJth.
Ii ii 'ui. n w life ninl rlayvr llirmifh.Mil Ilia
V li.'li. a.Mii. fc'o anfffmrfrom any ftiaeaee
in. hmU. fmiQ liiiHirltrof Uui Ukxat nueU
il.i. .!r. .vlioarlU Klvr At rn'a BamArawi.i.A
a l. in liiitl. RnmeinlMT, tliii aarlier IImi
I'ln', :;i.- afiefilliir tiki ir.re.
I' n..'la haa lienn furnUbe.1 In nrivalrlanl
i i 'rv ii 1,,-tT: ami Kiev. refyMjalxlnt; lu aniie.
rim , ialiu, a. ailmltiialer It In their pracUo.
F ii. n.lr fortr reara Avrri'a ktiuarv
Kil l.. li.M l4-n Wlilelv liaeil. and It now Ma.
aHi.a the ennllilen of tnllliona nf peonla
tvlw) liave experlenreit KoBaAta freta U, mar.
iitHia I'lrnuivii rtruiea.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer h Co.,
i r u aM Analrtloal Ckeawlata,
aai a ay .u rmnoejere tvnarvsua.
CLKAKKJKL I), PA.
WKDNKHDAV MOKN1NU. DKO. , ISHe.
r ALL N 01KR4.
Ttie grief and jojr a blob t'-.thrr
loio oir bit tiai eit i
Our fodet hope and Jut l.-t fe ir
liar goue luto lb pit.
Than hi firing , w rala our fer.irla
la praiasto Una auov,
Who guidanoe Um u ne'er di-parta,
Tbougn w rvjeot Ilia luve.
Our land U rleb la lunren rivld t
W td a ltlbi-d wurli ;
Aod ooinntaroe'e patent aoi pire witlJ,
nnih our Bg uuturlrd.
Now grntle l'eee rula our fair U'i I ;
tiitin War onw reigna nu roor ;
II ii I joined by kind Hetl ' ban 1,
W'ie one frouf aiior to ahor.
for tbeie rich gifti we thank the Lord,
Whoa cuere erown ur dv,
And may th prwpt of Hi Word
iotJB all our future wya.
An t ma we enter at LH' aloae
Th Uad of peaoe eurraal,
Wbrre, avr broasn by Life'' won,
Tbiibkagtving ia etemal.
Pmriit-u, Pa , Nor. 2Mb, m.
PUTT TO OABFJULD
Donn I'iutt, ia tliv ediliir of thu
Wunhington Capital, and, likoGurhY-ld,
ia an Ohio mun. Honuo tliu iamiliar
ity between them, an followa:
Mr Pear Gsnrral: Now that lhi
Heimeleca politiral row iaover, and you
are the IVeniileiit-eliet, I venluro, be
loro yon aro buried in that, munmoii
lit roil I) tbe thick wnlUand ilnlOilui
ol which no word of truth over roacht a
the incumbent, lo writo you a low
word in theeame intimute and friend
ly apiril that marked our intercourse
when wo both occupied a cheap board
ing bonne. 1 go back to the time when
you gladly accepted my aid and aym
putliy in your troubles and my heart
felt congratulations in your triumplm,
and I jours. 1 feel more anxiety
about yon, my friend, now that you
are fortunate, than in tlic darker! hour
of your lilo, when lilii itself deemed so
horrible that an ertcepe liom it was a
You are no politician, my dear friend
You have sadly conlensed I ho nunie
over and often, when, giving way to
your generous impulses, you have
brought upon your unhappy head the
wrath and disuuxt of your parly nsso
elates. Xo District save that of Ann
tabula, that kept Joshua It. Giildings
all hi life in Congress, would have re
turned you to the House ol Represent,
atives, or, having done so, keep you
there. Ashtubulu widened itself when
you were made Senator ; while al Chi
eagn you wore nominated by accident,
and then elected Irom necessity.
You are not only no politician, but
you are bated by the politicians. Aa
every man is belter in the estimation
of bis associates than bis own, we are
much given to sustaining our self-re-spoct
on the good opinion of others.
And so wo guard against a knowledge
of our inner shortcomings with jealous
care. The most sacred trust of a man
is bis own meanness. A very mean
man and one has to be very mean to
be a politician not only guards with
anxious watchlulness bis real self from
being known, but ho bales any one
whom be believes purer than himself.
Uow, then, could one who preferred
his library to a rostaurant, and the in
tercourse of rcflued, cdiiculed people
lo the senseless clamor of a caucus,
keep terms with men whose lives were
bounded by tbo low rewards of olllee,
where intellect and character lent no
lasiro to position f You were a living
rebuke to such, and so Oakos Ames
aDd bis guilty assoriates turned on you
with the fierceness of entrapped beasta;
and, while men who openly acknnwl
edged their guilt lived forgiven or died
lamented, you bavo been bounded
down night and day.
Had your honored namo boen can
vassed in advance of that convention I
doubt whether you would bavo re
ceivod a volo. In the fierce contost
between the men who sought to per
neluate the Presidency in ono family,
and t bey who were quite as willin,
but tenred tbo attempt, and so rallied
unaer jumes u. iyisine, your name
opened a door to escape for both sides,
and in the wild hurrah that followed
the show of such relief you were nom
1 put to record this fact In voor
honor. To that same be it said thai
to I bavo not a single leeling, through
principle or impiilso, in common with
the party that has made you its Presi
dent. OoJ knows yon have labored
lung and persistently to bo nf that
party, and keep step with tbo music
of its rogue's march to power.
Ol course tbo leaders are insinoete
They mean to securo a control ol the
uovernment, 1 bey oanuot look each
other in '.be face without laughing.
ana enjoy tne jusimeation the event
givos of their low estimate of human
nature. But the poison thus oroalod
lives and permeates the masses, and as
fraud breeds violence and the sun-
healed rot brocds storms, tbe const
queues of tbo infamy is sometimes
graver ana ol more importance iban
vuo IllUJV P'JUUV0 V. IllUllt'tl III
It Is not. however, of this that I sat
down to writo. I want, as a friend, to
warn yea ol a matter not onlv Der
sonal, but of public concern.
we have among us certain evil die
posed persons, with a heavy backinc
of plunderers, throogh class legislation,
wno are Dent npon changing in lorm,
as they bave long since changed
in substance, our self irnvernment
Threatened with a loss of their ill got
ten gains, through the returning four
year's strugglo of a I'msidential can
vass, they seek lo make of the Presi.
dency a life tenure, and, under tbo
name ol a strong Government, escape
the return ol power to the people.
wbicb is yot apparent in form if it be
lou know the man who Is to serve
their purpose in this treasonable
scheme. They bank upon bis military
record ana supposed popularity: and
certainly be is thu fittest tool evil op-
ixiriunuy ever onerca. lou a now be
did more to debauch our Uovernment
in bis eltrht year of administration
than JetT Dans, with his armed hosts.
did (o destroy it iu bis eight years of
war. ine result be Drought about is
more terrible than a violent ending,
lor it is that decay which not only
irooedea death, but sickens one of the
iving, and so fetches a Republican
lorm of Government into oontempl.
ion auow mat from tbe Orst to tb
last hour ol bis administration he was
on the make " to use a vulvar but
expressive pnrase and tba patron ol
thieves, be made the Executive Man
sion the resort of plunderers, the Civil
Service ao rolten that Republicanism
oecame a oy-wora ol reproach and of
shame to the civilized world, while bis
constitutional advisers were men upon
whom be held a lien in common with
Mow, don't frowo and turn away.
Let us, before you are lost to a know I
odgeof truth, through an Inauguration
that will surround you a thousand deep
wilh syoopbantio liars, indulge, as we
have so often In the past, tbe luxury
of expressing our convictions.
It was your committee that investi
gated that National scheme railed
Black Friday, wherein fisk, Gould
and (Irani sought, through a use ol
the National Treasury, to enrich them.
selves at the expense of thousands of
It is not my ntrnoM to recall the
dntuila of that infamy. Tbe chief
oriminai was tracked lo the threshold
ol the Eieoutivs Mansion, aad your
Icuminhlt pHod rcnoliition tailing
iuponthft I'reftidttnt lo appear bulorv!
j tbe commille and defend hlrnclf
t'roin tbo damning proof thut inadubintj
, iho cim-'l oniiKpiraiur. j
, .u.ii .m. u ,,.. ,-,,
n pnnBi'j yii called wuh It upon llic"
I I'roHl.lunt. Il w,.a uhcr niidi.iirht bn.l
foro yon kftihti White lloumi, uinarod
and rick t lirart, and at your ugi(i
lion, Ihut t.t.v i!y, the ron'iliition vk
I need not say that you and 1 know
why that resolution was so suddenly
uliundoned. The fuel that under the
cln umslunces il was revoked tells the
whole story. The very Democrats ol
the committee shrunk irom the threat
The conspirators who put this man
10 the Ironl with this evil design huve
seized upon your eumpuign as the
purH)e lo scire upon your aiiininintra
lion. By depriving these ciinspiiulors
HifuinHt the peace and dignity of the
United Suites of political patronage
you doom them to immediate death.
They are uiudu up of crualuro who,
whilothey have grown rich on poli
tics, would have starved in any other
Were you really a great mun, did
you possess the morul courage equal to
your intellect, I should expect you as
President, to kill off' the taction which
elected you. As a parly made up of
meaMircs without principles, and eitch
measure shaped to benefit some ono I
class at the expem-c ol llie industrious
many, in its jealous greed it suuls us .
uub irom lue iniciiecuiMi progress 01
tbo world ; and while in Europe states
men aro discussing gravu questions ol
political economy, and the people are
clearing away such Imrliarisins as tar
ills, land tenures, civil service reform
and incorporated mnnopolie-i, we are
shouting ourselves hoarse over polit
leal differences no man can define,
while the combined lew ureaccumula
ling property through processus ecracu
ly one removed from open thill. The
Republican party is a deud weight on
una hindrance to iho conscience umi
intellect to the people II ounlil to lie
killed. Donn Piatt
A KEPUBLICAX X 10 HTM ARK
Jtcpublican organs are munilostiiiu
serious apprehension of a calamity that
will never happen. They are making
themselves wretched and their renders
uncomfortable by the absurd supposi
tion that, in some possible contingency,
Gen. Garfield la lo be "counted out."
Ihey deem it expedient (o assert
every day, in a hundred vuricd shapes,
that Gen. Garfield's election is hacked
by such a majority of the Electoral
rote that it cannot ho tampered wilh.
There has been no suggestion Irom
any quarter that any attempt would be
made to "count out" General Garfield.
There has been no bint that anything
out of the usual order of evenls would
occur in connection with the Presi
dential question. Tbo Republican
ularni, so evident in the organs and to
some extent in the utterances of Re.
ptiblicun leaders, is entirely gratuitous
and, to a disinterested olisorvor, ex
But it is not unnatural. Ills, in
fact, the legilimute effect nf a known
cause. Having found unlawful and
revolutionary means of annulling tbe
election ol IS70, the Republicans can
not but bu fearful thut the precedent
thus set up by tbem muy be followed
by their opponents.
Knowing that they have deserved
perpetual banishment from power,
knowing that, In the usual Mquenceof
human affairs one wrong ia generally
matched by another, und knowing,
perhaps, a good deal more than they
would cure to Confess ol tbe appliance!
used by tbe munagers ol tbeir cam
paign, this year, tbo Republican organs
and politicians must inevitably leel
that their party cannot rely on its ex
ample or its merits.
It is the old story, as old as the hu
man race. Men always dread that
which they feel tbey have deserved
Tbe same principle of human nature
which made Cain tremblo, and trans
lormed Macbeth into a lunatic, is im
polling thoso Republican newspapers
to about continually, wilh one accord,
'It cannot be done I"
Of course it cunnot be done, or will
not be. There is not likely to be a
repetition of the couuting.out of a law
fully elected President. That Repnb
lican crime will, in all probability .stand
alono in our history. But it will be
many yours before ibe party that per.
petraled that crime will cease lo be
haunted with the fear that now sets
its journals to shouting, in daily cho
rus, that "General Gat field it elected
and must not be counted out." IVitM
TUB OLD DEMOCRACY.
As the Baltimore Gatettt says, the
Democratic parly is stronger lo day in
defeat, than it was before the late dis
astor overtook It. The old flag, the
old namo, the old principles, are dearer
to its enthusiastic millions than they
wore before j and at uo previous period
of its eventful history was it moro de
termined to "stand hy us guns" thBn
at tbe present hour, when the victors
are exulting and the faint-hearted few
aro faltering. Honostly entertaining
ihcse opinions, we do not believe Ihut
any portion of tbe Democratic party
can now be found in any Slate in the
Union who would be willing lo lower
our flag and change tbe legend in
scribed npon its folds, when the smoke
ol the battle ha cleared away and Ibe
fortunes of the day havo boen decided.
Our case is the same to day as it was
yesterday, and though defeat may dis
courago the timid, it cannot alter ihe
great principles which norved the
heart and strengthened the arm of the
Democracy in the struggle from which
they bave Just emerged. In this posi
lion we shall have the satisfaction ol
knowing that we neither helped lo
purchase victory by the abandonment
of principle, nor invited and deserved
defeat by striking band with the com
mon enemies of the Republic. Itmay,
perhaps, be old-fashioned thus lospeak,
but if, iiHtead ol toiuporizing, yielding
to expediency or sacrificing one jot or
little of lis ancient principles, tbe Dem
ocratic parly remains true to iu old
traditions and shows the bold, fierce
and aggressive spirit of its bolter days.
Tbe time is not far distant when it will
on oo more be lo the foe hat It was
of yore, "as terrible as any army with
Ireland fur the Irish is a good mot
to; but bow thu Irish are lo recover
Ireland is a proMem. wbicb they have
been trying for several centuries to
One of tb first requisitions reoolved
from a newly-appointes) railway ita
lion agent waai "Send nil a gallon of
red od for the danger taotertM."
EDVCATIOX ASP POLITICS.
Kiliy yottrt ago when litis oounlry
wu nparH?ly cottlcd, wlien tlu-i-o vvu
but ono or Iwo wIhmiI Iiousos within a
tli1, llf (Wil1 0. b mili,s
"KT" WB" """ '" wu"
"'" " liili loluclj rdufAtimi. But
In day, w hen wo luivo mIumjI huildinti
Kllin u nuiuu'a tlirow ol our
bonnes, und where the cost under our
free school system is but light, there
can lie no excuse for not having receiv
ed a common school education, and thu
plea of not knowing how to writo or
read should revert hack to him who
inukea it as unpardonable. Parents
who huve chil lren in their care should
be particularly cureful to see to it thai
tiny receive ul least a common school
education, for the impailing of knowl
edge to the young mind will be better
than till the ncliet he muy leiive them
Knowledgo ell applied is riches, fol
with a good education and an bonis
trade a child when come to manias d
will alwuys he ulilo to support h.msel',
whilst weallh wilh Ignorance may soon
Aside, however, fiom personal ud
vantages, let tp see what influence ed-
uoatmii has politically. In thin great
liepiiblic of ours, where there are no
ris or c,.()Wnej heads, but
where rich and poor stand alike, and
hero the chances of ruler of this grout
nation as well us latv-muker aru aa
qniikly olituined by tbe Kior mun as
by the man of weullh, edm-ulnm is
surely a necessary requisite. How
many young men sclfmude men
have obtained the highest positions in
political society, becauso they have
not neglected the opportunity of tak
ing advuniuge of their edin-aliouul
chances. But how many bright little
boys and girls tlo we see daily, who,
if their parents would give them tb
opportunity of schooling, might real
ir.u their friends' fondest hopos, were
il not for the parents' neglect. If such
parents are approached upon thu sub
jeel the answer comes : "I had to
work for a living ami had no education
and he can do the same." How wrong
is Ibis morally an i politically, A man
who cannot read or write is not capa
blc to study or havo knowledge of iho
workings olour Government. Hu can
not read the Constitution of his own
State or tbo United Slates, he has no
power to learn tho laws made in a
cordunco will, said Constitutions, and
would not know right from wrong, bill
for the teachings of his own conscience.
Ignorance ofttimes rules the nation,
and an ignorant voter knows not why
he votes the Democratic or Republican
ticket Too many merely vote such a
ticket, because "my father and grand
father were Republicans" or "Demo
crals." These voters huve no idea ol a
change in their voles, though the
country, under tho nanij of party,
might go to anarchy and desp nieiu.
As citizens we should study thu nature
of our institutions and acquaint our
selves with the needs of our country.
During the past cumpjign much wus
said about DoGolycr Garfield, tho Cred
it Mobilier, the Chinese question, the
tariff, etc., and it was astonishing how
ujany you could find who knew noth
ing about it, and when you tried loex
plain to them that a Committue of
Congress had declared (tarfljl l a rob
ber ol the Government, that ho took a
$5,00 bribe, that be perjured himself,
or that ho voted for Chinese immigra
lion, it was only by them stoutly do
nied and declared an "electioneering
scheme." If you wished lo show the
Congrruional Globe, they had never
heard of such a paper, and that paper
was only in thu Interest of Democrats.
When you told them that Garfield
tariff record was free trade it was pro
nouncod by them as a falsehood, and
nothing and nobody oould persuade
them to cast aside their prejudices and
be convinced. Is there any doubt in
the mind nl any reasonable person,
that bad ihtso men tho necessary edu
cation wbicb thoy huve neglected, and
studied the character of the man pre
sented for tho highest offico in the gift
of fifty millions of people, that they
would have elected a cundidalc charged
Ignornnoe is only mislca l hy th
cunning who havu somo mercenary
object in view, sucb as offices, etc., but
knowledge will spurn deception, in
limidution and fraud, and go ban I in
hand wilh that party whose causa is
only fur the welfare uf the country and
Education Is necessary In politics as
well as in business, and wo would par
ticularly urge it npon all aliko, Demo
crats and Republicans. Inlorm your
selves upon the questions of tho day.
and, when you bave full knowledge of
ibe candidates and principle of Ibe
parties, go unawed to the ballot-box
and cast your votes for the principles
you think will be conducive to the
country's good, for thus only can Ibis
great Republic, be maintained. Edu
cation and polities should walk band
in hand. Altoona A'un.
WILL LAST WITH TUB BE
We mean the Democratic party. It
mailers not whether it suffers one or
twenty defeats, it will rise every time
with iucreasud strength to renew the
contest, it was horn with the Ii. pub
lie, and has grown and spread with it
I he more the Republic is threatened
the more the necessity there is fur
Democratic parly, and utter haviriir
withstood a century of storms, it is idle
to think thut it will now vivo uo or
lie when the necessity of Us existence
ts most urgent. Upon this samu point
Colonel Forney wrote upon election
duy as follows :
"The trlaiaiia ol laiparialliai, already at M
doors, ram be mnte.1 iruia f an a iar by tba obIv
avallai.la fiiree. laura la ena great p iar l.fi tn
im napaniie. ah ina alRere Save Seen
sweat away. Trie taeie.arlea bava saisad the
ai -aael, and all w,iuld ba harlrd aba , HU f
FOK TUB UK.MOCRATO I'ARTY. Tbat la tas
la.l pillar left af the la lap la af Ueaalila'liaal
liberty. Defee'ed by a een.plraey a. Bwaitreia
aa ibat abteb save Kapua-oa bla fraaduleat bald
Buea the F rent a a'aipira. May lie, ln, la the
pe.ea efibe air eualwa.djiir,rMr of OonRreee,
aad Ibe erlaloal uaiveriellv enavleted by hit
ewa party, ibe toajeerate dart set di.aaad ee
aaapair. new, ware laaa aver, tbey are e
ended by a great people, ag-BUl eheated aad
as tno miicy niru says, " our
principle are t ti rnal, and they shall
live whn the Republican patty, lor
the fraud it Perpetrated, fur the iiul.
lutionoltbe ballot il committed, lor
tne aouae ol place and power it on-rout-aged,
will bave boon consigned to
iuurav. Twenty year without
pulilio patronage and national power
show the Democrats party with
greater strength than ever belore, and
it can survive thrice twenty more, if
need be, without any food save that
wbicb it member gain by honest toil
in private pursuits. We bava a mis
ten to perform and our work will ro
onantif the rad wt tebor tori t.
Shingle Bolls & Saw Logs.
Cureouertllo, Jan. a, 7 if.
jyn. a wixslow,
PH YSJC1AN SL'RQEOX,
The lr bavins recently located la rieorfloUt.
ufler. Ina arrrlee. lo (be people of Ibia vicinity.
p-6 Odtee oa Heed atreel. Keaideaee Leoa
A Bargain 1
FARM FOR SALE!
Tht uadmirQeti offort at print l tbt fl
until fern iiiiMi.fi ia UKAUASI TOWNaUIP
ClMrf.fld oaaij, known m tht
f XL;i 4RJtt
OonUlniDC 112 arm, 6fl of tthifl, ar 1 .
Dii bavin tbrio ereeutl Urg fraiu Jwh
ing bout, Uro fraai barn, an4 la her MN
a f Oai'tiaiMiBg, tigibr ltfc a Urga rhril,
epHtil wtar Ma. Tba pruporty will ba ali 01
rarf , tarnt For Turtbar particalart iaquir
of la tiu bur ibar, ia paraon, or hy letter.
Cletrfielrl. Pa., March tab. I810.-f
IMMOVI Tt MOU
GUENTHER'S LUNG HEALER
Splttinc of Blond. Srnacfalt'a. Aettune. Concha,
aud a I dl.. of tne Fulruouary Onrana.
Pr'ra as Onle anal On IIImp.
OUENTHER & CO. Proorlator.
II Fan eae, lIII$BUH, r.
Asa I Uo ..tuiui.l-i t"H IT.
October 17, llSS.Sm.
READING FOR ALL I
BOOKS & STATIOXEBY.
Market RU. Clearteld, (at the Post Oflee.
rflHR anderaigned beee leave to aliBonaoo to
a tbe altlaeoa or Olearsald and etolaity, taai
ie baa fitted ap a room and baa ju.t returaoe
from the elty with a large aatoeat af readiay
natter, eonilatlng la pan ol
Bibles and Miscellaneous- Books,
Blaak, Aeeoont aad Paao ftooka of every do
eerintioo: Peper and Unvelopee, French prone
nd plain Pen. aad Ponetlo I Blank Log
rapera, Ueeila, alongageai Judgment, Kiemp
Uon aod Pnnairarv noleoi White and Parch
meat Brier, Legal Cap, KeoordCan, aad BUI Cap,
4 beet Maiio, for either Piano, Plate or Violia
eonataatly oa hand. Any booka or atationan
daalred that I may not hare en bBad.will ba ordered
by firat eipreee, aad Bold at wboleeale or retail
to aalt eo.tomerR. I will alao keep periodical
Itteralaro, taca aa Magaataea JVewapapera, e.
r. A. U AULin.
Clearfield. May T, IMS-IT
A NEW DEPARTURE
H.reafW, goodi will Im told for CASH oay,
ir Id eiohaotT for prorJaoa. No Woo be will be
kpt Id tba fiitnr. All old awoaatt mail ba
wUlarf. Tbo who oanuot talk Bp, will ph
htvod vr their aotac aad
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I am detonator 4 to Mil j ffoodf at eaab
pncai, anil at a ditooant far bolow tbat oo
nffarad lo tbia TirloilT. Tba ditoouat I alio
naiionin, will Ultra taea rth la twMtj yaartlt
tbaj follow my aavtea aod buy tbatr ffoo.li Irara
bo. i win pay wu ror waoat, oafa aoi eiovar
era. IJAni Kb U'UULATIIIEH.
Latharitvarr, Jaaoary 17, 1877.
HARTS WICK & IRWIN.
PAINTS, OllaS, DYE STUFF
Or ALL KINDS,
PURE WIXBS AXV LIQUORS
far aieallolaal avraota.
TrBaaea, Sopportera, Behoet Beoht and StaUea.
ory, an all ether ertlelea aaeejly
foaad la a Drag Store).
PHYSICIANS' PRKSCRIPTI0N8 OARaV
rilLLJ VOHPOUNDID. HaTiai a laria oa
nerlenee ta the baainoea thee eaa glra satire aaa.
1. 9. HAP.TSWICI,
JOHN r. IRWIN.
(-!-... I, fueenker IS, lare.
i 1 10LEI1 & CO,
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODLAND, OLT'DOO., P.
I J eapeclfully solioit their palrona
IV and tbo paella generally to sell aaj eieaa.
ioe .eeir new atoea af
Spring and Summer Goods,
Cashmeres, VelTtteena, Dotal oos,
l.nwne, uinirliams, t'rinta, Un
blcaihed anil Rieachetl Una
lins, Kaney Skins, Snset
Inirs, Tickings, Carpels,
Kugs. Oil noihs,
Cheviot and Percale
RhlrlS. IvIoTOB. Nei lternnr
Mun and Bojra' Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, eto.,
Groceries & Gcn'l Merchandise
Will be found ol firat oualltv. and
salisfst-tlon ia iruarantMii. The fo.
lowing ara always kept on hand,
(somi few onl in their oa)t
anfrsrs, Teas, CoiTp, Rpioe. Byrup
v w". vrreivijrvni, isernotlS.
Banana, Plica, Dates, etc., Hard,
ware, Qaeenaware, Olaeawar,
Tin war. Wood and Willow,
ware, Painta, Oils, Cloeka,
Trnnks, Valise, Mirror, I
& Miners' tyoppllea,
ALSO, DEALtU l
BAlVTn:! a BgPTfl
Jaly 88, 1880-tf.
Car 3.flrr rtUrmrttt .
FeBllibec) every WedaeeUaj by
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Has th Largest ClrctiUUoa of any paper
la Hortbweaterm Penuaylvaula.
Thelargeand oonetantly increasing
circulation of tbe Kepublioan,
renders it valuable to business
men as a medium thro'
which to reach the
Turks or Subscription :
If paid in advance, 12 00
If paid after threo months, . 2 60
If paid after six months, S 00
When papers are ent outside of the
county payment must bo in advance.
Ten lines, or less, 3 tiroes,
Each subsequent intortlon,
Admioislrator' Notices, .
Executors' Noticos, . .
Auditors' Notices, . . .
Cautions and Entrays, . .
Dissolution Notices, . .
Professional Cards, 5 lines, yeur5 00
Special notices, per lino, ... 20
One square, 10 line,
Two squares, . . .
One fourth column,
One-ball column, . . . TO 00
One column, 120 00
We have always on hand a large stock
of blanks ol all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
Ao., Ao., 4o.
We are prepared to do all kinda of
IN THE BEST STYLE,
ORDEKS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Geo. B. Goodlander,
Clearlcld County, r.
Market niroet. Clearttels, p,a
VTib. S. Bradley, lorBrly priii,,,,, b
Leonard lluuea, liaitn leaeta lue Jill,
lintel, Rollrli. a abare ol publte patr-.it.B., h',
Hoaee bee beea tborouslily repaired ana a,,,.
fuTDi.bed, enrl gue.ll Bill fled it e p!.a.at,i
pins tilaee. Tbe table Bill he .upiliee eitb u,
beat ol everylblns ia Ibe market. At lb, k,,
III be fwaud tbe beat wlnee aud liquor, iiu,
aiaMin attaohe. al. r). llh AULi.V,
ftfa; '' r'rvyrieior.
p01bit old antf w.ll t.litlltii JJui,i kt
tti Ilc4 b lb WuJjrl(l)i4, ilJ bt litis rt.
tetlwlit ul rsletivill.i talUllillull tb lb. I ),!. hlt
trutiM (it in Uuixt aublii-g kUtiebrd.
April II, M tl.
NEW KArilllMIION, 'A.
II. D KO.-g, . . Pauiaiaioa.
rTba IBI of acei,nittloijMtltiba tvr Ui.l
b eel- A iheial raare ot n.b,ti alr.R.e. i,
Boliotte-I. iv, 2V, iv.
NKW WAoHia.ulON, pA
Tbia Be ana1 mail lurntahed k..
taken by tba unJerilgneiJ He leel. eonndt,t vl
. w . iu..i ,a.,.uia iv luo.e vnu in.
Uvoi bin witb B aall.
May 8, I67. U. W. DAVIS, Prvp'r
PHILIfbUUHM, PENN A
Table ale-aye eapplloa wltb tbe beat th. maia-
afiorda. The u-avehag publle ie invited loeall.
jan.i, ie. KOULHT LOVli.
County National Bank,
OF CLEARPIKLb, PA.
ROOM In (;.... n,l.-h BolMltp;. ItvoJoon
real et pieek A C. '. etere.
Paaane Tleket. to end froai Llvemoel o.
Wivrn. aia.juer, Undon. Parle and Copenh.e.n
.rv. m.vn in. noyai Dana ol Irela,,
and Imperial Bank nf Loadoa
JAMK8 T. LKONAHD, p,,.,-,
W. M. SHAW, fanhier. Jel, ;T
no. .IS aouth Third atreMi, Phllaiel,,!,!,
And Dealers In Government Securities,
A.pi.eetloa by mail will receive pronii,t .11.
Inn, and all iufirmatioa obeerfully (urni.1,.4
Ordera aolieted April II. 11
e. a. bbiii.. a.'w. AaeoLS. J. a. tn.,,,1,
F. K. ARNOLD b CO.,
Itaiiker) mid Hroki-rr..
KefAioMayllle, JeHereon Co.. Pa
alouey reeeived on depo.lt. Di.cooM. at in- -l.r.te
ratea. Ea.tcra and Foreiea fii-h.i,,. .,
nya 00 band aad oullretiona nrbmplly mail.
Reynoldavllla, beo 18, IS74.-ly
J L. R. DEIC'IIIIOLD,
U WM c;f. ON DP!, tint,
Iradtiale of Ihe P. nn.ylv.nl. (Vllrir ol te.,teit
Surrery. Offloe lo reaidenee nf Br. Hilt.,ri.ii,
he vhw Hoe., Bichl.l, ; t
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OSSee In Benk Baildluy,)
rarwenaylire. Clearfield Co., Pa.
neb Jl 'rs.tf.
r 1 It si 1 1 11 a; V I'.ITI.S T.
.evAS-llBice In reri l.noe, eppmlie Fbaw lla.e.
J - 11
J. M. tSTKWART,
(OfBee la residrooe, Seeoad atreet.l
Nilroul Oiide tlaa admlniatered for 111. p.ie
eal eatraolioB uf tuelb.
ClearSela. Pa., May 1, l7My.
fill """l joor ova ir-wa. Trroii and St
Addreei 1). Uallet re.pnj.
W TO COO rrday at fcoaie. Snreplr, eerlk
it e.k. tit a day at kerne ee.lly niaJe.
Via Only oettlt tree. Addre-a Tree A to ,
1 1 eaaeae eat ew. .
faal, oowwunoinii January 17th:
Seciinn WBRaJaetj a try 17.
$ QardnerA A 8 Murrow v. Petri Klyna
lleurae BitiKtaia va '
lMBae.U aViaiaj a. UoeTer A KUae
Market Rtrewt, C'learOeld. Pa.
Wa naflnfaetare all klnde of Familore fof
Obaranera, DiolBS Roobji, Libraries end Hall..
If yoe want Parnltore of any kind, dua'l bey
aatll ye aee oar sleek.
la all Ita br.ee bee, prooaptly attended to.
OIIILCH, MeOOKKLR SCO.
Clearneld, Pa., Pea. t, 1.
Wholesale & Ketsil Dealer in
TUB LAKOSSTaad BEST SRLKCTID STOCI
Ifl TUB LUliMl.
IllBS aed BtlCKSTR,
Dl(l Kl) Khl TlS.
County Agent for
Tkeee aooda booekt fvr CASH ta larf. M.
aad eeld at alraoat elty prieea.
JAMKii II. Lt 11-B.
Clearlald, Pa.. Jone It. mlK-ty.
The Bell's Run W'uotrn Factor;
BUR IBD I) II T I
Thaeobeertber. beve,a iraat 01 peaae. rebel"'
aatabberkeod aaaa.ettv. la tbe ereeUoa of e lre
elaee Woaloa Maeeleelery, elth all tba aieeeri
trerrevaeaeau el tanked, aad are prepared Ie
all blade af Clotke, Oae.la.ere., aatlaetu.
bete, FlBBaele, Aa. Pleely af feeds oa b.ed
reeply aU ear eld aad a theaeeed eeeeerioa.rk
Bboai e ask la eoas aad aiaatlae ear iuxb
1 ae Metaees af
OAHblHO AND rOLLINO
III reeelve net aepeelal aueatlea. Pter'
arreeceaaenu will be Had. ae reeelve aad dellraj
"eel, to eall oestoeeeea. All ererh srerreeted M
ea eei tee akemeel net tee, aad by slrlet allev
ee, to aeudaoM are beae ta reellae a beeral "
et paena patroaaga.
lUMKJ POUHM WOOL WAirtlDI
e elll Bey Uo ktskeet aterbel arte, for
Bad sell eear ajaaaraetBeed Mode aelea as slsrlar
edeaa be eeeaeit ra la eeeaty, eed ekee-
sail aa reasdee eeeaee.be. eaM. last lea e
ranaya be eeaad at beaee eeadr H aiaks araee)
arlaaatloa, ellker la aeraisi or by lelter- .
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