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TTRONE i CLEARFIELD PRAXCH
OX and alUr Monday, NOV. I, 180, the
I'lutniir Traina will run daily (eioept 8ua
dajre) between Tyrone end Clearfield, a follows :
LKAVB SOUTH. I LEAVI NORTH.
Stat aer'a, ........
.1.10, r. a. Tyrone,- ni l. a
. .10, " Vanaciiyee .1, "
.1.41, " Rommll, M,
.1.411, " Powellon,.....l 00, "
.1.54, " Oaoeola, 10 II,"
.4.01, Bojntun HIT,"
.4 011, gtelner'a, 10.31,
..4.17, " Pbllipeborf,..10.lS,
..4 IS, " Oraaem, 10. in, "
..4.91, " Blue Bill, 10.lt,"
,.4.35, " vVBllaoetoB,...lM4, '
..4.3V, " Bigler 10.61, "
.4.44, Woodland, 10.J8, '
.4.41, " Barrett, 11.07,"
.4 05, Leonard 11.11,"
.8.18, Clearfield ll.lt,"
,.e.M, " Hierv lew..... 11.14."
5.88 a. a
A. IV "
8. 88 "
...7.10 r. l
Blue Ball ,
I'lllLll'SUI Bel A A10B1IANNON BRANCHES
i.ian ioctii. iiara bobtb.
p. a. a. a. A. M, aranon. a. at. r. a. p. a
Morrtadale, 7:16 11:10
T:S0 Philipnbori, 7:00 11:34 6:0V
7:33 Pleiner'a 13:31 6:06
t:40 Ilovnton. 11:14 4:6
10:30 7:48 Oioeola. 8:.'.0 12:114
1:10 10:16 8:11 Moahnnnon, :4 11:41 4 0
1:18 10 (I t:lv Sterling, IkHO 11:44 Hi
8:13 10:18 8:14 llotiladale, 0:14 11:40 4:lu
3:11) 10:48 8:84 McCauley, 0:2il 11:34 4 In
1:36 10:58 8:41 Kendrick'l, V:I6 11.30 4:0s
1:40 11:13 t:4V Harney. 8:10 11:14 4:0g
BALD EA'ILB VALLEYrTncH.
P. N. A. M.
7.09 8.30 leave Tyrone
8 31 1.41
41 11-08 errl re L. Haven leave .6
TV RONS STATION.
Parifie Bipreaf 8:
Johnfttown KxpreRi 8:
Day Kipreae 11:
Mall Train, 8:
Atlantic Kxpren, 8:
Pbila. Kvpremi, 8:
and Lork Haven.
made by all train at Tyrone
A itagelravei Cnrwenivilledaily for Reynold,
ville, at 1 o'eloek, p.m.,arrivlngat Keyooldtvllle
at 8 o'clock, p. m. Retarning, lieva Reynoldi.
vllle daily, at 7 o'clock, a. m., arriving at Cor
wenvville at 13 o'clock, m. Fare, each way, 13.
A Itage leavai Curwrnevllle daily, at 1 o'clock,
p. u., for DoBola City, arriving at lgBola Cily
at 6 o'clock, p. m. Returning, Icavri HuBoii at
I o'clock, a. m., daily, arriving at Carwenavilleat
II o'dleek, a. fare, each way, $1 .40.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW GRADE DIVISION.
Oy and after Monday, S'uv 16th, 180,
the paaaenger traina will rnn daily (except
Sunday) between Red Bank and Driftwood, aa
EJ8TWAHI1 t)j Mallleavee Plttahurg
8:6ia. m. Red Bank 1 1:86 1 Mlljo Jooctlon 1 1:11 :
New Bcthlvbeni 11.46 p. m.i Mayaville 1:10;
Troy 1:36 Brookvllie 1:68 Fuller'. 1:10 ; Rcy.
noldavllle 1:18 1 D Holt 3:04: Rummli Tnnnel
8:11; Penlleld 8:43 Tylir'a 3:66 1 Beneaette 4:31;
arrivea at Driftwood at 6.18.
H lJIT mi.0., Mall leavea Driftwood
13:30 p. m. BcneattU 1:00 j Tjler'a 1:38 ;
Peafield 1:88 ; Kunnilt Tunnel 3:00 1 DuBole 1:16;
RcynoHavlllol:38i Fuller'! J it: Brookvllie 3: 16:
Trey 8:31; Mayavilla 3:44; New BelbUheaa4:08:
Pligo Janctloa 4:47 ; Red Bank 8:03 ; arrival at
Pittiburg at 7:40 p. at.
jay- The RcyaoldirvUte Accommodation leavee
Rejnoldaville daily at 7:66 a. a. and arrival at
Red Bank at 10:60 a. m., Pittabnrgb at 1:40 p. a.
Leave! Piltabargh at 1:16 p. a j Red Bank at
6:66 ,. a. arriving at RoynoktlvUle at 8:06 p. a.
Cloee eonnectiona Bade with traina en P. A 1
Railroad at priftaood, and with train an the
Allegheny Valley Railroad at Red Bank.
DAVID McCARUO, Hta'l Bup'L
A. A. jAoaion, Sup't L. . Dlv.
aidaieuwft 6 80
78 Marietta- 6 64
80 Lancaster i 80
80 PHILADELPHIA 7 86
Alteon 1 66
iohnainwn... I 86
Tvrene I 13
HITTKBtlKI) I 16
FARM FOR SALE.
Tbo nnJmi(pid will Mil at prl? ( . bli
htm, looRtod iaPtjQo towutkiptCItvflldeaaRty,
bttf of wkib la la a good itata of oRltifttlon,
with arranM dwtllinfr, log bRrna thrifty orcbRrd
and aa tioalltot prion of aavor failing water,
tofRiher with tbo acocaaRry oatbaiidinga. Tbo
atrtioa DoteloarRd It baa-ily tiaaband, and all
fa aadarlaid with ooal and irR. It will b told
kw and oa ttvay tors. For farther in format ion
orII oa lb prtmiaoa, or ad)rt tbo itibarihr at
ttrftaapiRB UtU P. O. OWKN J. kKKNAN.
tJrampiRn Hilla.Jnno Id, lS8o-3ia.
Ntate Normal (School
(EVjAr. Normal School District.)
. Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa.
it. JV. RA VB, A. M., Ph. D., Prindpal
Thia School a at nreieat oonatltated, oltra the
vary heat tvallitlea for Prefeaaional and Clailoal
BaUdlage epaeioai, Inviting and eeaaedioaa ;
eempieteiy neaieu ay ateaa, well ventilated, and
rarnlahed with n hountifal eupply tf pare, eoft
p r 1 ,' wair
Loaatien haarthrnl And aaay of aneraa
Burraaadlng eenay nnaurpaaaed.
Teaehera eiperteaeed, aflolaai, and alive in
Dtaolpltao, Una hat kind, nnlfora and thorough.
Ffly aanta a week dednctwo to tkoee preparing
tndenu admitted at any tiae.
Ooaraa of Hedy prateribed by the State I
Modal Kehool. I. Preparatory. III. Kieaen
tary. IV. lelantll .
Ahjnaer cavxana i
t. AcadealO. 1L Commercial. III. Meile
The lleaaenUry and Seteallfia aoareeaara Pre.
feaelenal, and atadeata grajaatlag Iherela raeelva
SUM Diptoaaa, aeererrlag the following aorree
pewdien degreeai Maatar af tha KUn.n,. mi
Maater af the oeianeae. Oradaale In the athar
eearee raeetva Jleraal DertiBeataa af their at
iainaeata, eigaadaw the Penalty.
The Protectee! aoareva are liberal, and are
la thamghMe. net telenet to theae af ear heal
The Stat Malrw a higher order of eilliea
nip. The Uaei daaaad It. It ia one of the
nna objeote of thia eobool to help to aeeare It by
rarwiaaiag lateiiigeni aao emcleal Meeker Tar
her erbool. To thit aad II aoltriu yoaag par.
eon af goad abtlktlea aad good aroe-lhoa
wbadeiireM laprow their liae and taalr MU
aata, a .tad.au. Ts all wch It proauee aid tn
wevefoniag taetrpaem eae naaaaaat epportw
rUaa for wall paid labor altar Merteg ehol.
For Mlalogue aad leraa addrea the Principal,
or the Secretary at the Board. ,
BOARD OF TRDBTBISt
J. n. Bartoi, M. D, 1. B. Beat, Jack Brm,
S. M. tiakford, Saaael Onrlat, A. M. Kaah, kV M.
, Oo.k,T. 0. Ulpnla, O. klaleisg, I. P. tie
Oottnlok, Xeo,, W. W. aUak.B, W. tf. Brawn,
Be. A, O. Oartla, Hon. PI. I. DlalVabtatj,
Ox. Jeaaa Mervtil, Han. Wav Blgler, i, O. C.
Whedej.S. Millar MaOeralak, Baa..
lea PrlweB Leah Rare), Pa.
Baaaaary, Leek Haven. IS.
IreMrar, Ue Havaa. Pa. I
Uak Btraa, Pa, Aagaat 4, lOH-ly.
AHNOLD HAS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles.
SHAVED AND SAWED
Ourwen.rllle, Jan. 1, '7817.
E. S. HENDERSON,
TIIK loliK-riUr auw oltri to Ik dtlaon of
Bum litis and vicinity, an unprwrldeil
ftiwlalty. Hereafter all kind! of Caiketi tad
Cufibi will b kept on band, mod ardor, tilled at
funtraii Ittendrd tnytchtr.
I will furnifr) th fioeot m weO u the ohrapoit
trilelei dHiosted to funerals- All onltri Uft at
Ibt itoro of Jon C. Conk km will reoeire prvnpt
4t cation. For farther pirilulin, cull on or
MddttM K, tj. UKNPKnoON,
Deo. 10, 1879.tr.
GEO. WEAVER & CO.,
Bavo oHJud up, ill tbo Hurt room latoly occupied
by WRvr A llatti.on Siwoad atroet, a larga and
won aoitr ua atKk of
Dry - Goods Groce ries,
HOOTS AMI ."HOES,
QI'KKNHWARX, WUU1I A WILLOW WARE,
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Which they will dlirpuao of at reaona-ilo ratal
Mr on?, r ctobRDt tor wintry product.
0E0R1K WEAYKR A CO.
ClsarSeld. Ha., Jan. 9. Iri'H-tf.
James L Lcavy.
Harlnjc parnhRipd tht tatirt stock of fti.
Sackett, horcby fivto notion that be baa raoTtd
io to the room Utely ocennkd by Rntd t Hffrty,
on Stword alropt, whart ht ia prepurfd to offtirto
IliUiTIJt tJ .!.
ut the taOit loiprnrtd pattrma, nt low pri-M.
HOUSE FDENISHINQ 'GOODS,
Gas Fixtures and Tinware.
Rooflng, Spouting, Plumbing, Oa Fitting, and
Repairing Puap a apecialty. All
Anything in ray line will he ordered epeelal if
dealred. JAB. L LKAVY,
ClearOed, Pa., January I, 1878-tf.
The News Fran
THE! HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and CapS
k k::i hit
That Ever Came into the
AT THEIR STORE, K00M XO. 1
CiKUC. eh TOM W.M4NIHR.
Claartekl, Pa., Sept. 11, !888-9a.
Cheap Cash Store.
RIM1M NO. TIIRKB, OPKRA HOIWE,
WHOLESALE RETAIL DIALER IN
Ooaprlalng Dreu flood or the very faleet rtvlea,
tonalaiiog in pan af Oaahraere, hlaMheatar
Fanelea, Alpaca, and nil aaaaer of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Btrnh aa Crotona. Mobklr Laatora, FUida, Droaa
QiRKhRBia, Urtat Fanaita of tbo Tory Itttat
atylto. aad aa tbp aa thy oaa bo fold
la tbia aiarktt.
Conalatlng of Oloeae for O.nta. Ladle and
Mitaee. Hop af all abadea, Nilk Fringe.,
Laeea, Faaey Drea Uattoaa. Ladl'
Tlra f all badee and atvl.a, Cela
aed Oolrara, RihboBB af all hind and
qaaliilM. Merlao Underwear, Triaaiage, etc.
B00T8 AND 8HOES,
Qaeeuw&ra, Hariware, Tinware,
LEATHER, FISH, Etc,,
Whleh wiH ha laid erkekeale ar rtulL Will Uks
let EirAufg Rar (land ( Narked Prketf.
WM. I. HorPKR.
Cltarsald, P. apt. t, ItMO tt.
p MHI lU'Nlll.l.H.fjf rx W.-tver A Co
O4J wont (Ive thimand ImihoU of OATH, tow,
Rtid will pay etih or pro'luc.
CRrtiRlJ, I'.. Aug. II, I87f-tf.
F. M. CARD0N & BR0,(
Or Mtrkot St. m door of Manuka Hoqro,
Oor MTaajfrtBtati n v( ibf sort oonnlftU
flSifMWr tor fura liking tht public wltb Kmb
ntftiR oi rii Rina, Mia 01 too Tory Mil ouoiliy.
WrrJro deal la Rll kindR of A(rialMral Implo-
'fit of tbnublti. OrII Rrtjund wbflB la Iowa,
anit, wo ten wo imp on Dibit. on for tbo boa
na (rrr a look it tbioi;i, or RJtlri u
Y. U. CAKDON A DR0.
ClMrfltld, Pa., Jnlj 14, 1976-if.
I.IOH TINWAIIQ, H AHI W A NIC,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
NETDLEH, ATTACH.MKNT8 AND PARTS,
and all kinds of
O. 11. UKKKKLL, Agent,
CI.KARFIBI.D, PA. IJun i, '81 it
Thomas A. Duckett,
3F XT -3EJ -Xji .
T IIRRRbY rUo notlctto tht rittteas if Cir
X At'd rdJ tbt aarroundtnff f tflnlty that I Rio
prepared at a.) I timaa to furoiih laniiliaa aod
mkiniraetorioK aftablibment with a iaprior
Coal. Wood f Coke,
Whinb I am prtitnitj todplivtr la a f brnira'
nottr. I an always ready to haul and da liver
trow and to tbt lput, or Rnywbi.ro tUe, tad
movt fainilica tud buhold gi,od anywher oa
abort nntle. TIIOW. A. Dl LKfifT.
Oltarfltld, Pa., Mar. II, 18R-tf.
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STHRKT, NIAH P. O.
Tbt natlvralrnoJ beiri teavt to Inrorm tht clti
aaoa of Clearfield, and tht public fnnerihlly, thai
bo baa on hand a fiot aaaortmnt of Varaitort,
inch aa Walnut, Choatnnt and Painted ChRnaber
Buttet, Parlor Huitea, Reclining and Ettonaioa
Chairs, Ladies' and Oentf' Kr-i Chair a. tbo Per
foratod liiniBf Rnd Parlor Chain, Cano SeRtoaad
wlrdaor C'hatra, u lot baa nara, otep Rnd Hiteo
Ion Laddora, Hat Raoka, Scrub b log Rraabta, ht
MOULDING AEJD PICTl'Rl FRAMES,
ooklnr Olaittt, Chrouoa, Ae which would
ttiltable for Unliday prtaenta.
Re-Union of Trade.
rpHR yad-ratgaed wlhia to inform tbo pabllo
X that be opened a
At the aid it and In Trout t Ilia, Clear ft eld nounty.
fa., n tb INih inaL, with a full atook or
ORV (i(Ml)R, GHOCtHlfclM, NOTIOM,
Bimta, Phoea, Etf t
In fact t'eryihlnf toht fonnd to a flrat-fltaraatore.
all of which 1 am determined to atll at tht loweat
FARMF.RH AND I.ITNHF.RMEX
Will find U to thf Ir advantage to do their deal in
with ane. aa tht htrbert Dricea will be paid for
tirain, Bbiaglet or Prodaoo of auj kind. Part
or one-half eavab will bo paid. Trading for
tSbtnglea or Lumber of any kind a apecialty. Alao,
Singer Sewing Machines.
Bartag nado arrageaMBta with laatera mtt-
obanta to atll goda forniatwd m, therefor eall
and ace, aa I will be enabltd to eell cheaper than
too obeapeat. J. W. CAKLIl.K,
jTroatwiiit, fa,, Pfopu z, 7V-iy. Ageat,
John bin & Bros.,
All Kinds of Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries,
UASUFAOTURIRS AND DIALERS IN
AND KVIRT DK8CRIPTI0N OP
SAWED LDMBEE CDT TO 0EDER.
Tlio Only Manufacturers in Clearfield
County of the
NEW PROCESS FLOUR I
riot h, chop i.rn r.t:n
.ilh:u h o.r u.i.rui
' nfTash paid for all kinds of
lirain Wheat, llyc, Ufttn, f.to
OarwMHlll. Pa., Jane 1, 18!6-tf.
TOR RtSTORINO GRAV HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.
IT ll moat eremetil drtating, wlili h
U At Olicn barmlena and rfTcclual, lor
Brrvlng lliit lialr. II rmtnm, villi ilm
gloM And fmhneM of youth, fiuM or ?rar,
light, and rrd hair, to a rich brown, or dop
blark, aa ma; be deilrrd. By 118 uw thin
hair U thlckanfd, and baklnri often
though not always cured. It checLi falling
of llir hair Immerlratclr, and ramr. a new
growth In all eaara ahere th glamls art
ivit drrayrd; while to hnuhy, wrak, ur
Mhrralae dlaraard hair, It Impart vlull'r
and tlrciigtli, and irnder It pliable.
The Vl(ion clranan the acalp, cure and
prrvrnla the forrnallnn of dandnilT; and,
by In cooling, itlmulatlug, and aooihlng
pmpprtiM, It heal molt If not all of the
humor and diaeaaea peculiar to the aralp,
kwpiug t moI, clean, and toft, under
which conUlllon diaoaaca of the acalp and
hair are impoetlbl.
A a Dressing for Ltxdiea' Hair,
The Tiooa la IneiimparaJHe. It la color
leea, eontalna neither oil nor dye, and w ill
not Boll white cambric. It Impart an
agreeable and I eating perfume, and aa an
article fur the toilet It la economical and
unaurpaued In lie eioellence.
Dr. J. C. ITER I CO., Lowell, lais,
Prwrtiaal Ba4 AaalrUraJ Ckaolale.
SOLD T ALL D1UOOUT1 IVtltVWIUU.
WIDNEbDAT MORNINO, l)K0. tl, 1888.
TIIK 1.KSSQX OF A I AU.VHK.
Thi re in loinl for nrnlllnlile r.floollon
in tlio anxiimi'il Jownfull id Mr. Kelly,
Uio (tiinniiniller ol iNew I oi k city
Ho owea thin ftiiditen turn III tliu tuJti
ol' lia Lii luno to the fuel Hint lio would
not atoiil danifiiroua antauoniHiua. It
may bo tliRt his ntnrttU'liaialoritica
ri'tnlerid mieh avoidance iinpusaiblc,
hut It ia n i.i-e like v Hint, bad ho eeun
tit to li v tlio experiment, bo oould
bavo supplemented bia other great
qualities, with aiiflicicnl slirowdnetn to
liave earned nun aionir in ma uunior'
Without any of th advonlattea
which constitute tbo uxual atuppin
HiitieB to biifh positions in tbia coun
try, Mr. Kelly attained a great power
and UBetiilnese in our largcat oity. Ho
won not at lawyer, bo waa not liberally
educated, bo bad no wealthy or influ
ential relational. But bo bad a keen
intellect and an indomitable will, lie
nof sensed, too, the advantage of a broad
political margin. Hid the rival panic
in Now York city beer, nearly bulanced,
such a career aa that ol Mr. Kelly')
would have been impossible. Vt lib
mental lorce sufficient to take tb
leadership of bia party in a community
moro populous than most of tho States
of tho Union, be might bavo continued
to do good service for his immediate
constituents ana to aavance tne inicr
est of tbo Democracy throughout the
country, bad be not persisted in pro
voking the hostility ol Mr. Tilden and
Mr. 1 ildcn s menus, as it is, a oni
hunt, honorable and useful career ia in
terrupted, ll not ended.
Tbero ia no profession so uncertain
as that ol tho politician, lis success
is ao dependent on accident that all
rules aro ignored, all calculations du
lled, (jtven tho requisite amount oi
brains, education and natural adapta
tion, and a lawyer or editor may besuro
oI'succcchs. The same holds true of the
doctor, tho clergyman, tho painter or
tho sculptor. Hut tbo highest quail
ties and tbo ureatosl advantages ot
birth and position lurnish no guarantee
of a successful career in politics. Any
one ol a thousand accidents against
which no possiblo provision can be
made, may at any momont check the
most promising career. An unguarcieu
word, a thoughtless aot, the caroloss
wording of .a letter, tho unnecessary
woundinu of a rival's prido, may de
feat the ambition of a life, may shut
ofTa statesman Irom tbo goal towards
which all bis ctiorls bave tended.
What wo call luck, for want of a
hotter term, bas more to do with sue
cess or failure in politics than real
merit. To deserve success is not to
attain it. To deserve failure is not a
bar to success.
Tho first ureal essential ol a man
who proposes to rise in political life is
a constituency, not a purty that will
elect him to Congress for two lerniB
and then diop bim in order to "give
the otbor end of the disliict a chance,"
but a people who will cling to him
ibrotiL'b evil report, as the constitu
ents of Giddtngs and Garfield clung to
tlieni, as illiatn I), nelley s constitu
ents bold on to him.
Suppose (lunerul Garfield bad been
elected to Coiiltcss from the average
district. Where would bo be to-duy ?
In a small town, practicing law in a
Btnall way. But for the broad margin
of his parly in bis district and the de
votion ol bis fiiends a devotion that
could not bave availed in a close dis
trictGeneral Garfield would bave
been torn down and flung aside when
tbo Credit Mobilier tornado burst op
the Capitol. All tbat he ia to-day be
owes to the tact tbat the came to Con
grcsa from a district that had a large
ltepublican margin, too large to be
swept away by oven sncb heavy titles
as swept against it in tho Credit Mo
bilier and DeGolycar days.
Had Mr. Blaine been sent to Con
gress from a district less reliably He-
publican than the one which ho so
long and ao ably represented or iorm
a district in which the two term rule
obtained, bo would bava disappeared
from tbe list ol statesmen long ago.
llo, too, owes bia career as mncb to
the accidents of life as to bis splendid
mental equipment. And but lor a few
words uttered by Mr. Blaine in tbe
Housa years ago, he would now be
President elect. It ia not likely tbat
either Mr. iilaine or bis Iriends bad
any thought ot tbe serious consequences
that would result irom that "turkey
gobbler" speech. But tbe man who
will trace Mr. Blaine's defeat to its
cause will find it in the ha; red of Conk
ling, and that hatred is based on the
terrible satire ol that little speech.
But the grandest creation of luck or
accident ia seen in General Grant. He
has a few strong qualities, not of the
hikrbost order, lie bas a robust will,
confidence In himself and a capacity
to bold bis tongue. J bis Is bis oulht
and on this, aided by tbe most remark
able succession of accidents ever known,
ho bas come to be regarded aa tbu
first cilisen of this itepublic. It Mr.
Kelly bad imitated Grunt in avoiding
hostilities, he would have escaped the
dnwnlall that has como to bun. II Mr.
Blaine bad been aa carelul in tho use
of speech as Grant, bo might have
been 1'residcnt. And as a rulo, the
man wbo would succeed In politic,
must make up bis mind to bear, in si
lence, anylumout of vituperation. He
cannot afford to turn aside to chastise
insolence, or even to delend himself
when grossly wronged. If he bas not
a consciousness of integrity to sustain
bim, be must assume the dignity that
such a consciousness imparls. HuM-
TUR TRUTHS OF TRADE.
"All tbat we have to do tn insure a
continuance of National prosperity,"
gravely remarks an owl like organ of
the ultra protectionists, "is to Keep tbe
balance of trade uniformly in our favor,
to the extent of a few million a
Tbe remark quoted Is a fair apeoi
men of the flimsy trash with which
the advocates of tariff for protection
seek to lortily their untenable, post
lions. They are either grossly innor
ant ol tbe rudimentary principles of
trade, or else they aro Intentionally
doluding their erediiloiia followers.
They talk of continuing to import
gold in exchanges lor our products ;
taiK oi seeping tneoaiancsni tradein
ourfavor, as a permanent arranifemont.
ao tbat we shall be adding millions
every monia to our store or cash I
W hen tbe Key. John Jarvis, bis eyes in
fine frenxy rolling, and bis lone arms
plowing the air like tbe arms of a
wind mill, assures hi gaping and unlli
bia colored brethren tbat "the sun do
move, sbuab, be does not porpetrala a
greater absurdity than the writer or
speaker, wbo, malting the measure ol
values a mere commodity, lalksof con
tinuing to Import this measure, for
year ana years to corns, In exchange
for our surplus products.
How long will it be bvroro the dupes
of these protective sophists can be
made to understand that a Nation can
not sell more than it buy f How
long bclore they will learn that com
merce la an exchange of products
one mnn giving tbe products ol
bis toil to other moo for products of
their industry, so tbat the wanla or all
may be provided for? How long be
fore tbe walla of ignorance and avarice,
behind which the eormoranle are en
trenched, will fall before the batteries
of truth and common sense J How
Ions? before even dcraairociies will be
compelled to admit that the beat con
ditions of prosperity will be attained
when every manonoartu is permuted
to barter with any other man, in any
land, with no tax-gatnerer to molest
or make him afraid f
There is no candid man, who bus
thoroughly studied this great question,
and is stile to free himself Irom the'
bias of iiiurest or j rejudke, wbo will
uot admit that true trade is right, in
thoory. We do uot expect that abso
lute freedom of trade will come for
many generations. It is easy to raise
money by- Uxing imports. Such a
lax is paid unconsciously. Its victims
pay it as they cat or drink, work or
play, waking or sleeping, iu every act
and hour of life, and millions of them
do not even suspect that they aro
taxed at all.
We must bare immense revenues,
and the greater portion of our income
will be produced by laritT. The free
trudors, therefore, eaii only hope to
free-trade Irom its most injurious re
strictions, to make injurious restric
tions, to make tbo tariff bear with tbe
least possible oppression on the poor,
to keep tbe fangs of tbo cormorants
blunted. Asoivilixation advance, and
tlio world becomes more and more one
common neighborhood, its people a
common brotherhood, all the barriers to
buman progress will bo battered down.
Among the very lust to fall will be the
heresy tbat a tux on commerce helps
a nation. This is supported by such
an array of governmental and corpor
ate intervals that it will bold its place
for many years.
But the revenue reformers will bave
opportunities lor many victories before
thu final triumph. In contending lor
a tariff lor revenue, aa opposed to a
tariff lor protection, tbey will be mov
ing lowurds the ultimate object. They
must begin tho work in the true
missionary spirit, preaching the aim
pie gospei of reform, and showing, as
a Blurting point, that the notion ot sell
ing our products to other nations lor
cash, is a monstrous absurdity. True,
the balance of trade bos been Inrgely
in our tavor for many months, ll is
becoming smaller, and will soon diaap
pear. We happened by special good
lortuno to bave an immense surplus ol
food at a time when general scarcity
in Europe compelled the nations whose
supply was abort, to buy of us. We
would not take our pay in goods, and
tbey wero compelled to pay in cusb.
But there is not specie enough in tho
world to keep the bulanco of trade
largely in lavor of one nation for many
consecutive years. If we were to go
on selling lor cash, instead of taking
products in exebango, wo should have
no customers able to trade with us.
Wo would have abundance of money
in the country, but we should feel the
effects of very hard limes, for we could
not sell tho surplus product of our
soil or our factories. There would be
no demand for labor, and ivbou muscle
fails to find employment, then the
pincb of poverty and the grip ol want
Jt seems like teaching familiar truth
to revive thesu fundamenlul principles
of trade. But these are the truths
that must be proclaimed, il the friends
of revenue reldrm would banish the
sophlstrie.4 with which their opponents
bavo deluded millions of honest men.
"BLACK FRIDA IV
Jt was an awful day. The Chain
bersbiifg .SynVi'r, in alluding to it in a
historical sense, says:
Tbe tinkling of wine glasses about
the dinner-table, tbe writers ot gossip,
the empty head with loose tongues,
thu loveis of galore, join with one au
cord in a strain of melody to "the
conquering hero." Ulyssus Grant.
Pensions are being provided for him
out of the money ol men whose fathers
gave it to them, new offices are to be
created for bis enjoyment, houses pub
lio and private are thrown open and
be is bidden to enter a perpetual guest ;
and even great Pennsylvania twin
sister of the Kmpire Stale through its
authorized manager and Deputy-Controller,
Hon Cameron, bas bowed be
fore him and made a show of tender
ing him its best gift. But all hearts
are not leaping with jny at the mention
of the name ol Giant, There are
families in rags, drinking tbe dregs of
poverty, wbo bave no causo to rejoice
over "ihesilont man" when they re
member that terrible Friday in Sep
tember,eleven years ago, a day so aw
ful in hurrying to ruin hundreds ot
honorable business men that it is re
corded in history as "Black Friday."
It was a day which, indeed, made a
black blotch on more than one life.
At tbat time it was the dangerous
policy of Secretary Uoutwell to adver
tise bis sales of gold (a policy which
bis predecessor refused to adopt be
cause he believed it to be neither wise
nor prudent) thereby giving official
notice toallspeculatorsof tbotimesalos
would be mado and tho amount to bo
disposed of. Taking advantage ol
this Jay Gould, the greatest speculator
the world has seen, united with Fisk
and Corbin in securing the aid of
Grant to establish a "corner in gold.
Grunt at an appropriate tims in Sep
tember, 1869, countermanded the or
der of the Hocretary for tbo sale of
gold and lett hundreds ol merchants,
bankers and brokers, wbo had borrow
ed gold, in a slato of despair and many
in ruin. ' When Grant countermanded
the order for thu gold sale he hurried
to the secluded town of Washington,
in Ibis Stale, where ho oould not be
readily reached by wire or mails and
remained there in comparative seclu
sion until Gould and bis acoomplices
bad added fortune upon fortune to
their own gains and ruined hundreds
of merchants and honorable business
men. But if Gould got rich bow did
Grant profit by it? Corbin, Grant's
brotber-in law, told Fisk tbat Mrs.
Grant and Horace Porter (the lattei
person then a member of Grant's
household) bad each an interest of
1100,000 in tne huge gold speculation
and tbat Gould bad sold Mrs. Grant's
share at such figures as to net ber
about 127,000. Tbe money-delivery
book of tbe Adams Express company
showed, on an examination by a Con
gressional Committee, that a package
ol money containing 125,000 was for
warded from New York and delivered
in September, 18C9, to Mrs. U S.Urant
Corbin said ibis was Mrs. Grant's share
of lbs gold "oomer "I Here was "the
great silent man participating in this
disgraceful business and making tbu
wilii ha bad sworn to honor, a partner
in bis crime Donn Piatt says when
Garfield one night called on tbe Presi
dent and learned Irom hisown lips the
awful truth be wont homo, after mid
night, "amaxod and sink at heart."
Mi:(htnota whole nation well Hand
in amatement and suffer sickness of
heart because of this T But do we
abuddor with horror when we recall
tbo dangers to which this man subject
ed our Itepublic T Ho we look with
alarm upon wbal his friends yet pro
pose to do lor bim ? Ur do we join in
tbe general applause to "the silent
man whose silence is more dnngoroas
tban bis speech and thus help htm to
a now position that be may add fresh
terrors to the country which honored
Wntaiti) Taiy Dirraa A Calve,
ton candidate wbo became very affec
tionate with colored voters during elec
tion, told ao Influential darkey in an
outburst ol eloction excitement i "1
would rather ton times over lake tbu
hand of an honest colored man tban
that of white loafer." "Hat's wbar
we differs, judiro. I'll take ds hand of
do whiU loafer fuslebery lime. Sbakif'
And they shook. ualvttttn AttM.
Old lad fla mnrUaa eiiraLV eifvar'
sir, I do like to "ear you preach ex
trumpery I toor language la that won'
srful fluid." iVirA.
lilA ISRfWTRA NG R POSITION
Mr. Blaine's rcliflion t his putty
and to tho President elect aro among
tbo most singular fcuturosof tho situa
tion. A man of remaikablo ability
and marvelous fertility in expedients,
of popular manners and genial disposi
tion, bo undoubtedly occupies ibe first
place in more ltepublican hearts than
any other ltepublican leader. His aid
may be almost indispensiblo to the new
Administration, and bis opposition
would be ill the highest degree danger
"Oils." ' -
Mr. Iilaine undoubtedly nominated
Mr. Gurfiuld. lie carried bim over the
heuds of tbe Old Guard, altor one of the
fiercest contests in the history ol Amer
ican politics. lie iseniiuea to tne ntgn
est consideration at the hands of the
new Administration. Yet at this day
a full month niter tbe election of tbo
candidate whom he named il is very
doubtful if he will obtain any recogni
tion all, On the contrary, It ia well
known that a few weeks previous to
me election the rrestdelil-elect enteied
into a treaty with tbo Imperialists,
negoualea by bitnon Cameron, JUr,
Blaine's mortal eueuiy, one of tbe most
important clause of which provided for
his total exclusion Irom the councils
and patronage of the Administration.
ll is reported that Garfield bas been
dallying with Blatno in Washington.
I do not believe that Garfield has offer
ed bim anything substantial or definite,
for such a step would imply an imme
diate and final break with tbu third
termers, the Complete repudiation of
the treaty ol Mentor,andopon renewal
ol tbo wur with Grant, Conkling and
Cameron. Garfield may feel tzneany
and humiliated under the bondage im
posed by them, but he 1 not now, and
probably never will be ready for so
bold a movement as the appointment
of Mr. Jilaino to the Cabinet, or tbo
selection of a genuine Blaine man fur
a really important department.
Mr. Iilaine is about to make the same
mistake be made before the Conven
tion. Had he boldly denounced the
third-term scheme for w hat ho knows
il to be, an assault upon self govern
menl and a long step toward a cor
rupt empire, bo would hiniscll have
been nominated. If bo should now
manfully insist thai Garfield was nomi
natud to put an end to that infamous
scheme, and demand that be fulfill his
appointed mission, ho would bo sus
tained by a majority of Republicans,
and bo would tiring Gurfiuld down to
hisown terms. But il be meekly suffers
Garfield to form a Grant admliitstra
lion, in accordance with tbo Mentor
bargain, he can expect nothing but tho
edge ot the ax thuncct'orth to the end.
ll Mr. Couklingiiccupiud Mr. IllainoV
position there would be no doubt about
bis course. But, as it stands, it ap
pears that Mr. Conkling, as well as the
lest, count now, as they did in the
Spring.upon tbe MaineScnalor's singu
lar deficiency of judgment and cour
age in the approaching crisis.
GOV. FIXDLAY OX ALEX
It bas grown to be fashionable for
the opponents of the Democracy to ad
vocate strong government and to eulo
eir.e Alexander Hamilton. Governor
William Kindlay, a Democratic Gov
ernnr of Pennsylvania, in his history of
theWhisky Insurrection in Washington
and Allegheny counties, gives some in
sitrht into the thought and movements
of sir. Hamilton as tbey were exhibited
when he was Secretary of the Treas
ury. This history was written in 1796.
William Findtay was elected Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania in 1817, defeat
ing Isaao Iliosler, Federalist, and he
followed Simon Snyder, Democrat,
wbo was elected throe times, defeating
James Ross, William Tilghman aud
Isaac Wayne, all ol wbom wore Feder
alists. Snydur succceeded Thomas
McKoan, Democrat, who had snoceed
ed (ioncral MifBin, Democrat. Got.
Findlny, on page 278 ol the first edition
cf bis book, says :
"An apology is necessary to the reador
for engaging bis attention so long
about what relates to myself. I would
not have dono il merely on tbo account
of Alexander Hamilton and William
Findluy, but a bead of tba financier
ing department, an influential member
of the Cabinet, wbo not only conducted
his department in such a wanner as to
render a powerlul military expedition
necessary, and most probably with a
view to promote tbat evont, and who
on thai expedition was understood to
influence its movements and to direct
and assume tbe exorcise of the judici
ary authority without being attached
to the expedition in any known and re
sponsi bio eharacter,and w bo,tbus armed
with tbe exercise of military authority,
attempted to chastise tbe people in
tbat Slate fur electing auuh persons as
be disapproved of, and to influence the
election of anolbor, is a consideration
of more importance to the citizens, and
the knowledge of it may have greater
influence on tbo future measures ol the
executive department, tban merely
considered as relating to Alexander
Hamilton as a cilisen.
" W bat respects myself is of no other
interest to the public, than that as a
representative ol tho people, and on
account of my political principles and
conduct I was marked out as a victim
of ministerial revenge. All tbe Secre
tary's exertions oould bave no effect
on the opinion of tho citixens with
wbom I enjoy intimate society, and as
all my ambition is to spend tbe re
mainder ot my days in a comfortable
retirement in the bosom of my luiuily
and Iriends, when 1 ut-asa to represent
them in a publio capacity, this I can
enjoy without having it impaired by
sir. Hamilton's virulence. Thankful,
indeed, 1 am, that though no govern
ment can prevent a man of superior
lalunts,daugoriius principles and malev
olent temper from being armed at
times with a dangorous portion of pub
lio power, yet sucb are our government
and laws tbat aucb men are restrained
from gralilying, though not from dis
covering wbal ihey would do If tbey
bad the power."
PLEADING THE BABY ACT.
Tbo editor of the Washington Post
bits tbo tariff advocates under tbe bell
slier ibis fashion :
Our country is so young and tender
that onr budding industries mast not
be chilled by the rode blasts of compe
tition. Ouradolescentpig iron furnaces
and oursprouting cotton factories most
bo trained up against the sunny side ot
the prohibitory protection wall, ll is
true we bave lar butler natural facili
ties for the sucocselul prosecution of
our business than can be found else
where; true we bavo the experience
of Europe as our guide, and we have
improved oil tho machiuery of all other
lands ; true thai, besides the best ma
ebinery, wa have the best workmen in
But thia ia a young country t
Briefly slated, thai is tbe one great
argument ol tbe monopolists. They
must bave perpetual license to rob tbe
pooplo, bocsnse tbia ia a young countryl
Tbey must bave foreign competition
fenced out, because onr industries are
loo young to compete with similar lines
in Ku rope. They cannot deny that we
have superior facilities, both natural
and acquired, but we have not venera
With our Incomparable resources,
such as no other people ever dreamed
of; with onr youth, out energy, onr
wealth ; with inventive genius tbat no
other land aver matched, wa put up
the pitiful plea that wa are afraid of
Kurops becanse Europe is old and wa
are ao yoong I
Where ts our pride?
A man la OolamMa ootjoty, wbo Is
74 year old, never tastsd butter.
Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs.
CurwBitll, Jea. , fB-lL
ENCOURAGK HOilK INDUSTRY.
f MIK HndtiniffueJ, turlnf uUUbctl t Nor
X fr; wa th Tik, about ftair waj MtwM
Clcarfleld and Carwrnirilta, ! priparixt to for
nUli all hind, of KRI IT TKEKS, (flaaaUrd aad
dwarf. ) IViTgr'aWi, efainbtW, tirsvp) View,
Ooofabvrrr. Lawioa Blaakbvrnr. tftrawbarr.
and Kaifibarrj Vim. Alio, fiibartas Crab Traaa,
Quince, and aarly KarUt Khabarb. to. Orders
pronpur attended to. Adartai,
J. D. WRIGHT,
p2t-el- CarWsjlUs), Pa.
A Bargain !
FARM FOR. SALE 1
Tha nnrlertif aod oflr at prlrate nlf that tat
a -iblsi farm nuatH ia UKAIIAM TOWNSHIP.
Ciearfltld aovaty, known aa tho
Containing MS aeroi, of wfalch art clear)
aad baviug tharwia arattfd a large frame dwell
log bene, lar frame barn, aad lb otter ihn
a7 ootbiilding, tugetbar witk a largo orebard,
goud water eta. Tbo propert will bo eld ot
very oaxy tonne For further iarliealare inquire
of th Suijecriber. in porton, or by letter.
Clearfield, I'e , March 34th, IbHQtt
IMPROVE TM MOV.
GUENTHER S LUNG HEALER
Spminf of Blond. ltrr-Dcbltt.. Aalbma, OnOffba,
and a'l dlwa of th. pukuiaarr Oraaaa,
Prlre as f etita mm Oat Dollar.
OUENTHEH il CO. Proprietors.
II Filth Artaas, PITISUR&H, M.
Asrt V'.lUH uiU'U.lldl run IT.
Otttober 27, 188' Ilia.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS it STATIONERY.
Harket HL, Clearfield, (at th Port Offlre.)
TUB nndereignod begi leave to annonnoo to
tho eitiaeni of Clearfield and Tteiaity, tbat
ao baa lUed ap a rooa aad baa jaet rotarnoo
from the eity with a largo amoant of readinf
outter, eoneiating in part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank, Atvwunt nnd Paaa Booke of Tery de
teriptton; PaMr and Bnvelopet, Frennh preiaoo
nd plain I rone aad Pencil! j Blank legai
Papon, Ueedf, Mortgage) Judgment, Bietnp
don and Proniearv aotee; White and Pareh
sent Brief, Legal Cap, Kecord Can, aad Bill Cap
4 beet Hneio, for either Piano, Flate or Viuiia
eonetaatly on hand. Anj book! or tationar
dealred that I may aot hare on bond,wlll bo ordered
by Irrt eipreea, and told at wholesale or retail
to enit eoatomer. I will aleo kerp periodical
llterattre, oh ai Magatlaei, Newipapen, Ao.
P. A. WAULIN.
Clearfield. May T, lflttf
A NEW DEPARTURE
L C T H E R S B I R G .
rteroaftor, goodi will ho told for CASH only.
nr la eacbaog for produce No booke will bo
lept ta toe rutaro. All old aooonati maat be
eettled. Tboae who cannot 0ih op, will ploaee
band over their notee and
CLOSE THE EECOED.
I am determined to eell mj goodi at caab
prioea, and at a dieoonnt fag below tbat over
offered la tht vioinity. The dieeonat ( allow my
matomera, will make them riob in twenty year 11
they follow my adviee aod buy their goodi from
mo. I will pay ouch for wheat, oate and elovar
d. DANIBL eOODLANDBR.
Lotherobtirt, Jeaaarr IT, Wt.
HARTSW1CK & IRWIN,
PAINTS, OII5, DYE STUFF
Or ALL KINDS,
PURS WINES AND. LIQUORS
for feedletaal pnrfK.
Trnieoa, Supporter!, School Bookt and Station
ary, and all other article aiaallj
foaad la a Drag Store,
PnYSlOTANS PRESCRIPTIONS CAM
FULLY COMPOITHDRD. Harlan a tern i-
perieoo la th bonis a ihey oaa giv eatir eaV
3. O. BARTflWICK,
.HHK r. UWIN.
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODLAND, OL'F'D 00., Pi.
Rospeotfully solicit tholr pstron
aad ike eb!la feaeralljr ta eell aad eaena
Ib their Bear aleak af
Spring and Smnmcr Goods,
Cashmeres, Vatfetasns, Delsinn,
Lawns, Ginghams, Prints, Un.
blesihcd and Bleached Mus
lins, Ksnoy Skirls, Bhtet
Injrs, Tickings, Carpets,
Hog. Oil Cloths, '
Cheviot and Paresis
Rhirts, tloes, Neckwear,
Mon's and Bojrs' Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoos, etc., sto
Groceries & Genl Merchandise
Will ba found ot II rat quality, and
satisfaction Is guarsntetd. Tba fol
lowing ara always kspt on hand,
(soma few onlr la their season) i
Ssfrars, Teas, Coffees, flpioes. Syrups,
Cnnfeottoneriea, Oranges, Laraona.
Bananas, Figs, Dates, eta., Hard
wsra, Qmenswsra, Olaaswsra,
Tinware, Wood and Willow,
ware, Paints, Oils. Cloaks, .
Trunks, Valiewi, Mirrors,
k Minors' Sappllea,
AlrXk, DgAlSlU IN
July IS, I880.tr
Onr (flu-it dmUgrmtnt.
f ublllked ,rj Weiaaada, k
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Baa the Larfeat t'lrcslataoB of any sapor
ia Kortnweatena P. una) It an la.
The large and constantly increasing
circulation of the Bepiiblioan,
rendorsil valuable to business
men as a medium thro'
which to roaoh the
Terms or Subscription s
If paid in advance, . . . $2 00
If paid after three months, . 2 60
If paid alter six months, . . 8 00
When papers are sent outside of the
county payment must bo in advance.
Ten lines, or less, 8 times, 1160
Each subsequent insertion, 60
Administrator' Notices, . . 2 60
Exeoutors' Notices, .... 2 60
Auditors' Notioes, .... 2 60
Cautions and Estrays, ... 1 60
Dissolution Notices, ... 2 60
Professional Cards, 5 lines, year, 6 00
Special notices, per line, . . 20
Ona square, 10 lines, . . . 18 00
Two squares 15 00
Three sqnares 20 00
One-fourth column, . . . . 60 00
One-half column, . . . , 70 00
One column, 120 00
Wa bava always on band a large stock
of blanks ot all descriptions.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
Ao., Ao., io.
Wa ara prepared to do all kinds of
IN THE BEST STYLE,
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Geo. B. Goodlander,
Clearfield County, Pa,
J Main Htrael,
tllltt lllklltlllil UI.1IUI,
Table el eraee eupplled wltb ibe beat th Boar eat
aflurtla. Tue trar eliDg nubile ia invited Ui call.
Jao. 1,'tS. KOUfcH) mill.
NKW WASHIKuton, n
Tbl. seer aad well furnlabed houae baa be.il
take b, tba BBderaia-ned. He leale eonfldeat ut
being able to reader eatlafaotiea to tboae wbe aa.
favor biai wltb a ealU '
Wav 1,1871. Q. W. DAVIS, Prnp'r.
fjp E M T ERA N CK HOrSK,
NEW WAHIIINUTON, PA.
II. 1. It 0KB, . . Psora,,.
srTlie teat of BeoorotnndBtlr.ua lor nan and
biaai. A Ibeial ab.re of otbile etr.a.f.
wllell-d. 'V. 'bv.
gUMJl'KU ANNA HOUSE.
B-Ihi- old Bod Brll ralal liihrd lloiel 1,,,
bvra Itaied hv Ibe andpralgrn-d, and he frrla fob.
8letit ol rrndilirr a.tiifaMion to ibi-a. oho an,
oatronit. bin Uood at.blirg atleohed.
Latv ia v. bl.ooii, i'r0i.itir
April 11, '88 tf
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 34 ftottth Third Street, HhllUf l.ihli
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Ai'plioatioD by tntil will rooo.ro prompt nutt
'Ion, aod all infnrmottOD ehoorfully rurnUhH
Ordort aoliotod. April 11 -it.
r. B. AKITftlt.
. W. A HOLD.
af. I. A bhoi r
F. K.ARNOLD & CO.,
HanhorH and Itrokr,
ttejiioldftYllle, Jr fternoii Co., Pa,
Moner received on dfpottt. IHnoount ol .un
dent. rvtr. Kontom nd Fort i fro Bfeht)jt .
syi on hini ond cHiHpctionn promptly mol
KfynolcUvUle, Hi Iff, WU..y
County National Bank,
OP CLEARFIELD, TA.
HOUM In U otatoV Diiok Ilullding. t , ,, ,
rat of FVck A C.' Morn,
ruiare Ticket to and from Livorpwl. Oucer.
town, ftiagiw, London, I'arii and CupfLliK-Tl
AIo. Droit for ialo on tbe Rorl Bank ut Irrln,,
and Imperial Bink of London.
JAM KB A. LKU.NAKIJ, FrtM
IP. M. 6IIAW. Cathiar. anl.';T
J L. R. HEICHIIOI.n,
IJ It Ci l: O W DENTIST,
Graduate of the Ponnvylvani) CoHcir of Dental
nrffry. Oflioe In rtiidenro of lr. H ilia. or't
Jiff-hew Home. nrhU, 7s tf.
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OBr. la Beak Buildinc.)
CurwenBTllle, Clearfield Co.. I'a.
neb 12 78-tf.
M. II ILLS,
'tin. ittTit i: Mir.nisT.
CLRABFICLD, PENN A
SBW-OBiee la reaiiltaee, oiipo.ite Sb.w Unu-r.
J . i rs-rr
J. M. STEWART,
(Offie. In realdeare, 6eeoad alreet.)
roue Oxide Qaa admlnitterad for Ihr r..t.
aaa eitraotioa of teetb.
ClrarS.ld. Pa., Mb; t, IkTMv.
QOfi a werb 1b year own town. Tertna and I
VUW ootntfrea. Aildreaa H. Il.ll.t t Compear,
XT TO S?fl Pra,T Bl bnroa. Batnplrieor'h
ejv aj'avv a tree. ,
GHi) B week. Ill a day at hone raiil; na.lr.
V ' Coatljr mt8t free. Addre.a Trna A l ...
Bu.aata, Maine. (dMl7,'7.lT.
BHJ FI1H BAI.P.Tblrtren blvn of
ltaliaa Ueea wblrb I will aril hra, for
eaab, ar exchange for wheat. For farther le
forBBtlea eall ea or addreia the nd.rifJ.
1. If. hHAWtK,
Kt,.i,n lt. rie.rgrld, i'a.
MOMiV TO l.DAJI.-Oo r.trla. la.
proved farra property, by the Mvteel Ll e
lnaarBBee Oooipaay of New York, ea 6r.l nurt
fegs, la aaaB from $1,808 ap. For fanhrr in
formatioa apply to the Bnd.reign-I.
Hl'hXTMAl, W, SMITH.
Olearlald Pa., May 7th, 1878 If.
b. r. etaica.
a. u C0BIL8.
J. L. WBISLIT
tlLUIl, MclOBkLE & C0.S
Market turret, Clrartleld. Pa.
Wo Banofaotoro all kindi of Fom.tir fur
Chamber, Diuiafr, HtMtnt, Llbrariti aod IUll.
If jo want Furniture of any kind, d'D't kvii
aaiil yum mo onr itock.
la all It braoebe. pronaptly atiandod to.
til ILC11. MeCORKLB A CO
Clear6eld, Ta., F.k. 8, '78.
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
TUB LAKuEKTand BXST 8RI,ECTED 8T0CI
IN TIIK COl . Ml.
THIS and Bl'CkllTS,
County Agent for
Tkra. (oeda kootht f.r CASH la lar-' M
aad aold at elaaoal etty prlee.
JAMFS H. LYTla,
Cl.ar8.ld, Pa., Jaa. 12. 1H7S ly.
The Boll's Bun Woolrn Faclorj
Peua town. hip, Clear8eld Co., IV
B V MB I) (I I' T I
Theataerlnerkava,B frealeipeBaa rahal''
aatfhborkood aeoeaelly, la lb. .reeti.e ef e
alaaa Weelaa Maaalaelary, wllh all the
Improvaaaaata auaflb.d, and ar. pr.pared mU
all klnde ef Clothe, Cu.im.rva, nana.!"
beta, Fluia.la, Aa. Pleair ef (ooda ea "
eapply aU ear eld aad a thaoaead eae"""-"
wbobb we aak te eema aaa eiamiB ear .i--
Tks baalneea al
CARDING AND FULLINIl
ill i - - i i ...... t... TT
errenfoaaeBt will be made ta reeelve aa 8H
WMl,lealleaateaieri. All work warraate'
doae apoa Ika aherteel aollee, aad by '' ,' "
taea aa aweirMa era boa. le reallaa a Irberei
ea awoiM paireHaaae.
IOAMMJ POUNDS WOOL WASTBO'
.We ertll pay Ue klfheet market arte rr
atkl aeal eerr wiaaaraetaraS rfU'Ur7Z
foeel BBS ke kewbl la Ike eeeaty, aad
we fall Be reader rBeaeaeMe MUalaetraa --
. . l . - uae r
eapmalUa, eetker la seraea ar ay m--
JAMS JUBUBll" ,