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C L K A H KI E LI), PA.
WKIiNKSDAY MOKNINO, PBB. II, 1181.
Terms of Subscription.
.n in addnoe.or within three months. ..$1 00
,.! iirr three and before UK ttionihe... I &0
4, J jfir theeaplrellon of lii monhte I 00
ft-Messrs. R. M. PlTTOOILL 4 Co.. Ncwo-
-r Advertising Agente, ST Park how, corner
in..n fltr-et, are our duly aotborited Agente
s Ynrk UltV.
U I.K.IOIT NOTICEH.
Mrlliodl-t Kplacnpal Churrh Re. Obo,
Lnnr. P-tor. Servloei every Sabbath tt lfli
A, M., mini 7i P. M.
Mil.hath School at fi A. M.
prayer Meeting fy Wednesday, tt Tl, P. M.
Ciuin union Hervirie. fir it Sabbath of ever
t,niith,al H A.M.
Went Clearfield M. K. I tiurrh. RT.
i ii a i' i.tt W. lli'HNLBr, Pastor. Preaching every
A!t.-rtitl Himdriy, at 8 o'clock, P. M. bond at
,-,!,.,,! at 2, P. M. All in Invited to attend.
rcblerlau hurrb Rev. II. 8. Both.
- Siihhaib services morning and evening 8ab
uth School at S P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednea
1 I M Churrh. Rt. . , Pastor.
'.tmih Hchool at X p. M. Prayer Meeting every
St Kraiifla Church Cnthollc Rev, P
.1. Sh brims. Iivlnt service at 10 A. M., on
tliA first, third and fourth Sundeysof each month;
Vejpers and Benediction of (he Pleased Sacrament
7-iocr, r. ttnnday Hchool every tfunday
Kinhinff tackle at wholesale.
now, from J. K. Harder, Cleai field, pa.
The a nn mil Rnrinjr eloction for bor.
oogh and township officers a passing off quietly
as we go topren thli (Tuesday) afternoon, iba
result t woIcr we will publish neat week.
Lint of lutUM remaining unclaimed
In th Poetofflee at Clearfleld, Pa., for lha week
ending February Hth, MM
R. N. Biggi, Mln Clara Canon, Mrs. Mary
DeArmani, Alfred DuUao, Went worth Hoiiea.
James Hint, Mrs. A. T. MaJ, Thomas Monr,
Dam as Normand, Richard Parker, William Pruoa,
P. A. UAUMX, P. M.
Wo call the attention of the nublio.
and Ofpeclally strangers visiting our town, to the
eird of tba Shaw Uoose, In another oolumn of
thU paper, Tbla In good bouse and affords
ibt Mil accommodations for man and beait.
Juron and parties ittandlng Coart wilt find ei
Sbarlff Pcnta to be a plctiant man Io stop with,
and bia rata naaunabla.
nn or luLDiaa qitartii iimioni cocrt.
Second Monday of January.
Third Monday of March.
Plrat Monday of Jnna.
Fonrtb Monday of Hepttmbar.
tlMI Or lOLDIRfl COMMOS M.RAI.
Kirt Monday of J on a,
Sreood Monday of November.
f'retirttnt JmlgfMon. Cbarlta A Mayer
i nek Haven.
daaiafanl Low JuHgtIioa. John H. Orrli, of
Aiftirfir Ji9,,A.Tim Oi, n. Claarfield:
Vinrant B. Holt. Clearfield.
frnthnnntary Jainea Kw.
ft-fUttr and Hen-d4rHitTt M. Ferf;ufOD.
Trmturtr 1'hillp lnlta.
IHHrUt A'tornti3. V. Mr Kan rick.
Shtrtfl .TimM MahnffnT.
";ly Sheriff . I. Tbompaon.
t'.mn( Surveyor Bamnel P. McCloakay, Cr
f inntit (?ommiitnr C. W, Kyler, flnham-
i.-.n p. O.i Slab Johoaton, Oramplao Hi 111 P. U.j
,lmn nam, nr.. ('nrwanvilla
f VinmififPtr' Clrk John W. Howe.
Cunt, Auditor William V. Wright, Clear-
fi-i l: Joafipb Uiiuiand, Tbree Huna ; J.B.Nor
r i Woodland.
Conttiif Cnronir Jamti A. Moore, CI tar field.
Jnrti (!nmmiiontr Andrew J. JackPon,Clear
fir i. U'm. K. Rrown. Clearflald.
Superintendent of Public SekooU M. L. Ms
Stalemf WeiqkttA Mmw J etae W.Carl ile,
r-e lit l,u'heroarg Pa.
S-tnriet PuHlie John W. Wriglej, Wm. Ra
cIHti(th, Crrui llordon, Clearfield; Joiepb R.
Trin, V K. Arnold, Curwenavilla ; J. A. Living
M ,ne, TtiHni City.
Wo call the attention oi tho nnblic
to tba advartlaement of Mr. Wm. C. Heltnhold,
InauraDoe Agent, Curwenovillr, Pa., wblob ip-
pcara lathe Rrplilicar tbla wek. Mr Helm-
bo!d rrpreaanU none but Brit-elm eampanlea,
and will Inaure your property ajrnlnat tniaee tir
Are, or your peraot In gate of aooMmt or death.
Read a Hit of the oumneolea he repreaaala. and
obaerre their flnanolal elibdlng.
We notice that AuiriiMtim L. Scbncll.
formeily a roaident of LuthumliurgJ
mil enuoiy, out the pait twenty yeara in Lrook
ville, la annouaeej as a eaidi data for Commie
loner la Jt-nVnoa county on the Ueooflratio
tlaket. Alio, that C. M. Oarriion Ii a eandidate
for County Treasurer and Kennedy L. Blood for
Protboaotary. Tbeae gastlaman an all good
Demr rata, and era known by many of oar read-
Powfita anp Fuse. Blasting min-
leg and rifle powder at Harder' i, by the keg or
P"' feb, 81 tf.
8lir.Ait8 and Scissors. Nickel plated,
lace, pnket and all kinda of aeleaora and abeara,
entirely new atoek at Marder'a.
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Cult at ilerrill ti hardware store and
we i be ebeapeit and beat Sewing Machine for
the Itilt mosey. pM, 22-tf.
Iicvolvers, aovon ehot. nickel-plnted,
tteel barrel and eyllnder. Will aril a limited,
amount at l.lj each. Buj quick, at Harder'a. j
IIazors. A very tine lot of annerior i
rainra, maae py urorge Woi ten holm, Wade A
Butober, Sheffield, Fng , aod other maken, in
price from 2 eenti to $3 eaeh. at llarJtr'a aton.
Our Sjxrinl column la darldedly iotareiting in
i !..( . v,ir.t of view, and profitable reading to
, ..i-More wbo wnnt to lave money.
v I;?, ok coikhe: i
A Lucky Invektment. When Mr.
William 0. Waring, of Tyrone, went to Colorado
something over a year ago for the purpose of ac
cepting or refuting the potltlon of atenographrr
In the Courts of Denver, a daughter of Mr.
George Hull eeeotnpaaied him. who wai alio
akllted In the lame vooti'.n. Mill Hull had
In her poMenion $100, wLl-b she inrerted
In a mining claim. Fortune favnred her and re
cently the was offrred $25,000 for her invwtaient.
Prof. H. C Yonnnmn, Principal of
mo uabnaru ura.icu rvnool, will open nis ipbool
for tnitruetlon In the Engliih branches and
nlaosici on Monday, April lBih, to continue
eleven weeks. Tbe tuition 1 reasonably end the
initruetioa will be thnrougb. Prof. Youngman's
ability and qualifications are m well-known In
this vicinity that he needs no recommendation.
To And hla superior as an educator, yon will have
to travel a long way and spend a great deal of
time. Ril school In tbli place la it year waa emi
nently luroesrfut, and gave good aaliiraction,
8e hla card in another column. For fall In
formation, call oa or write te him at OltrGU, Pa.
Tocket Knivkh The largest and
moat compute atoek or knives, of all kinds, that
bai ever been In Clearfield, will ha fuond at J. E.
Harder'a new aton, on second street, two doors
from lit National Dank.
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The bent aowiiiff machine in the
world la the New Uemiogton, No. I, has self-
thread lug ihuttle, no tog wheel, no earns. All
wear can le taken up. Call at Harder'a rtere,
Clearfield, Pa. feb 9, Hl-tf.
liov. W. W. Wooileiid, 1). R, Of
Faltiburg, Pa., has a ocpted tba call to the pastor
ate of the Preahyterlao congregations of Pblllpa-
tirg and Morrirdale, at a raliry of $1,000, and
100 additional for a parsonage. He will nslde
A Fact. An advertisement mnerted
in the RapriLiras wilt reach more readen than
If pultllihfd In ill the other pipers In tbe eo
ty,and eoit the adrertlset less than one-half
In other word, in advertisement published In
our jcurnal la worth double the prloa or that
charged by any other publisher In tbe county.
ii ia a tf.
The boya hare cornmencpd plavinir
marbles on the pavements and ehalk rings ean be
oliced overywbera. It may be and infallible
aiga that Spring la tomljig, bit it li no sign that
It la alnady here.
Farmers, Look LIkre! Lytic will
give yon big but market prleee for Wheat, Oata,
Corn, Buckwheat, Batter, Eggi, Onions, Apples,
dried frntts, end ail kinds of produce. He his
the largest and best selected stock of groceries,
teas, eoffeee, molasses, spices, nil salt, sugar,
queens ware, tubs, buckets, baskets, ebnrof, Ac,
In Clearfield eonnty. He buys bis goods In large
quantities from minufaetnnrt and Irst hands
for eaab, and takes the advantage of all
discounts, and so ho le enabled to sell at lowest
prices. He gives oath prlocs for prodaoe.and sells
bis goods it the lowest prices in the eonnty.
Clearfield Coal Trade State
ment of Coal and other freights sent over the
Tyrooe A Clearfield Divlalon, Pennsylvania Kail,
road, for the weekending February Mb, 1881,
and tbe same time last year i
Fur tbeweek 34,04.1
.Same time laat year - 10,243
Previously daring year !30,T4.t
Same time last year 111(1,548
Decrease 07, Sit J
Total In 1881 155.8C8
Same time last J tar 230,701
Decrease. - 81,40.1
m 75 ears.
Coal In. If any of our coal bank
men feel l,ke trading some of their product for a
series of Bunberi of copies of the Clrarfiild
Riri-BLtrAX, we will gladly show thin when to
put two or three hundred buiheli oo account In
that way. We have a bin at onr residence and
one at the office that will hold a load every now
and then. A hint to the wlie is i very sage re
mark, and should be sufficient. Nov, 10 2t
New Daily Staoe Line. Jumw) L.
Lxivy has succeeded in having a dally mall eetab-
lisbed between Clearfield and Peon Geld, and will
hereafter run a daily atnge between the two points.
His contract began with April lit, and the stage
will leave Uearfidd every morning (eteept Sun-,
day) at 1 o'Alock, making connections with nit
trains on tbe Low Orade Railroad at Pennfleld, re
turning after tbe laat train the same evening.
Passengers and freight will be carried at low rates.
Orderi left at any of the hotels will be attended
. a i
TO TUB WEST A NO VOL'TII.
All travelers will appreciate the announcement
that the I'ittiburgh, Cincinnati A St. Louis Rati
way Company (Pao-Haiidla Route) will hereafter
Oa Uuirnmii) Pin Cist. Disoodit on Old
Pkicrh. Sewing Machinal can now be purchased
at Merrell's tin and variety store, from $Sb up
wards. All kinda of aewlng saaehtnea repaired
on tbe shortest notice.
Clearfield, Pa,, July 1ft, IS77.
PRODUCE MARKET. EEP0ET.
PniLiniLrniA. February H There we lesa
doing In breadituffi to day, but prlcea ruled about
ateady. Cotton ia uarhuneed with further sale
to the spinners on a basis of 11 jo for middling
uplandi. Uark N'nihing doing. Heeds -C lover
sells slowly at 7f,lo ft in quality. Tiinothr is
firm at tlMQI 90. FUx ia nominal. Flour
and Meal. The Flour market la dull hut prlea
an quoiably unchanged. Hates of 1,000 barrel',
including Minnesota extras, at It 7 (,t, 75 for
medium to fancy elftr, and at t5.87jf'0 35 for:
straight; Pennsylvania family at it 76.i5-i
weMern do. do. at $ 5.2.'.((i.0, and patents at frt 75
' Ji.auo barren i. mrd. Market alreet,
r-irypi and Cheltenham on privato terms, Rye
Urain Wheat Is quiet and priras are about
aieaoy. eiaira oi J.OOO uusht'is, Including reiocted,
at $1 fl&f.U 07 , md Ko t red, fn trrnln dci.ot. i
l. 18. At the open board, flret call, $1 i;t j
oiavr rtoruary j Tor Wnrch. and $1 ll'.j)
for April. Ry la Heady at tae for Pennavlrnnia
Corn is in fair rcqueit andfirar Bates of 5.0H0
ouineis, ineiiirtinir vellow on tho truck, at 53a
steamer at 42oj White at fi2n. nnd Hccted at
me open ooerd, nnt mil. 5.0H0 hmhela
Marcn oSJo; bie wai bid for Ff bruarv : 6RJe for
.Tiarru, auu one lor Afril. tan am fairly arllvo
and higher. fili of 7,00 Imtlieli, including
whlta. at 44(.(4(lo, and rejected and midiit
41l(('fc421fl At tbit open board, flrit call, 20,0(10
buphelR, March, sold at 4 " Ji. and 5,000 do. at 4fe.
Wbirky ii scarce. Western Is worth Si. 10,
with salt'i of 74 barrels.
Ckicaoo, February 14. -Flour
fairly active and a thad htifher
Spring Bile tut March; ill'i" f"1, April; (I dJl for
My; No. 2 red Winter, 97-(l 1.00 ; Ni 8 Chi
cago spring, H3ra,H7o; Corn artr, flrin and
higher; ii7Jo bid and 37r akrd for March ; and
4 lie for May. 0U fairly active and a ihadn
higher; lh bid and :c akd Tt.r March ; .Itlic
for April; a4t(,t.3)ifl for May. Rye steady
Barley firmer at $1 01 Pork active, firmer and
higher i tl4-7.iri.l4 771 for Marrhj $14 2i f.r
April i I5.10 lor May, old; $13.50 fr eMB
Lard strong and higher; 1-76 for March; ftf SO
for April ktH&f,!Wa for May. II u 11c meats are
strong and higher; ahuulHera, $l.llor ahurt ribs,
$7.75; abort clear, $. Whlnky steady.
r nnlet. Wheat
: No. 2 Chle,
MOMSV TO I.OAW Ob flrat oUis Im
proved farm property, by tho Mutual Life
Insurance Company uf New York, on first murt-
ajnffa, id aums irou 1,UQ up. ror lurlUer In
furuiatiou apply ta the underlined.
HI'RXTIIAL W. SMITH.
Clearfluld Pa., May 7lb, lH70-tf.
Estato of A. C. Tato, Doc'd.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Admin
istration on the estate of A A HON C. TAT8. late
ot Clenrfield borough, Cli'irneld county. Pa.,
dwo'd, having been granted to the undersigned,
all pertuni Indebted to aaid eatate are requaated
to make Iuimediala payment, and those having
eiaius or di-mands aKalnst the same will praient
t htm properly authenticated lor settlement , with
Tho Adwiniitratura Mill meet all parties hav
ing builueai with the estate at the office of J. F.
r-.Vhdi.-r, aitomvy at law, over County National
Il"k. W. C. TATK,
J. F. MNYDKH,
Clearfield, Pa , Jan. IS, lsi-tH.
WILLIAM 0. HELMBOLD,
Pillion Mock, CiinrriiHrllle, Pa.
Companies Eeproscuted i
CowQi.rcltl Cninn )m. Co., A .ill.0M.7lt2.5i
Fin-men'a Fund Im. Co.,A.ist. l.llrt.fllT.Oi)
I'oi.fO In.nr.Bo. Co., Air.tj l.OO.OXT.ttli
RoehHer Imuran.. Co., A.itot. Ii0.0ll0.u0
Irtvclflr.' Acmi.nl Ini. Co., An.u.. bfilVJVl.Ti
In.ur.ino. pLcd oa .11 klnl. of nrotrt. .1
Cumcninll., P, r.b. It, ISSl-tf.
r ovd uousjc,
lj M.la BlrMl,
Till. !.; .upplM wllb tb. but lb. mrk.
ftffurilt. Th. tr.T.liDg public 1. Intlt.d to. .11,
J.n.lJ. KOllKHl LOYU.
NKW WASHINGTON, PA.
Tbli . ul o.ll furnlib.J kiw b.i b..n
Uk.n bj ib. onJ.r.i,D.J. 11. feeli oonBil.nt .1
B.m .bl. lo rnj.r..tlifllon to tboa. bo Btj
la.u, ui 1U .IIU O.ll.
My 0. VI. DAVIS, Prop'r.
NEW WASIIINdTON, PA.
II. D. ROSK, . . Pin.
Atf-Th. h..t of Moomtnod.Uoni for man .nd
be..l. A liberal ib.r. of nublia n.lron.r. i.
Klillo.l. Iifi.2 .'eo."
CoLLtrTon 'n Bilks ! Wo have prepared
a form, and have on band a large quantity, of
blank "Colleotor'a Bale," whiufa have been ap
proved by the high eat legal aulborily In the
Courta ot this county. At Ttcemiy Cents per
dosen we will mail any number to tbe Collector
ordering tbem. A Collector, when ooropeMed to
advertise vroDertr. most coat up not leas than
tnree notices in tbe most puulio places id uis
borough or township.
Pitch In. Tbe one half ot the I)u-
Bola Courier, boiled over lat weak . and the home ' run fir,t'In Pesset.ger coach from Pittsburgh
editor devoted nearly a abort columuto abi sing i t0 s'- I'onla on b Fait Kxpreis train leaving
us tor uttering loaje good advice to young men ! Pil'H, every day at 8:22 A M. Sleeping
and dalendirg our r' ftifba as beeouea a luan I r" d ntinun to run on same train from Pit ts-
who baa reipeet fur It. W hat would he thought ''urh to Cincinnati, Loufivllla, Indianapotia and
of a blacksmith, or a iboeiuaker, " I omlng", -o, but the through coach to St, Dtnls will
around Dullols in tbe bighett style of a modem ' Frc,t ''Bieflt to persons en rente to Indian
"Will mii titke wheat, nata or eoro far sub
- ' n ," We are often inquired of in tbla way
fmifl patrons who rtiide at a distance
awell, nhile iHo-thinl of all be oluimi is owned
by aorae m onpliit in New York or Chicago,
wbo never Ciii'ributed a cent of tax for tbe eup-
rfield. We arnin kit vea. The receints P" or ,hB Cwnoty, Road, School or IW
jn.ritilc merchant or twill owner In the fund of tbe vtcinagt or grants a day's work to
anyuue. If the rewlers of tbe Conner are wire
they will buyapipetwjolly p Ho ted In New York
It ean be obtained fur half the money and both
Trinity, will answer us jut aa well aa the cash.
! illluilrate : If any of our patrons will deliver
' hi, of grain at the mill of Joseph H. Unth,
'Tt ( ttrxt t'lwiiKtiip, ii (trace futon in, in HurbSlde,
Thf.m.is II. Korcey, in (Iraham, Wm Porter or aides printed so that the matter can be rend.
i) l ' vlj"nn' .r ruwo Mechanically, the patent side I. a decided Im
rr Ti. l lor the aviount, we will credit them on
tli.ir nt'coitnt for the satre. In this way all mar
- py whnt they owe, IT they will pursue this
r.-j" Advcrtiaurs and others will bear
in uiind that all artlolea intended for publication
in tliii paper niut be banded it, not later than
Tur.-lny. at A. M. Don't forget It!
KijH in our marki t arc ncnrco nt
r.nd 0 cents a doien,
Tho pay car putmcd along tho T. &
' It. II, on Friday alternoon.
Tho pdhtfdbco watt a lively place lat
i'.i;irty, ji was en on account oi valentines,
A new piano for ex -Sheriff Pcnts
i onprtck.'d at the .Shaw House on Wednesday
1 last w-'ek.
Uw. h. U. Campbell, of Aiiminville,
. uniting t.ii ftaer, John Campbell, In Blair
i-'iunty, last week.
All ext-hnn.re baa diftcovered that
tl drie nut reaeinblea pair of Inren on a sofa,
'efauo there la one at each end.
The M. K. tiadieH' Aid Society will
mi-t t at tlie letldenoe of Mn. Jonathan Roynloo,
n Second street, next Friday afternoon.
When yon Ktl a cough or bronchial
aiU-rtitin creeping on tbe lungs, take Ayer's
('lurry Pectoral, and cure it before it becomes in-
The tyKgniihical uppi-arance of
inn Keynoldsviiie Pnper baa greatly Improved
ince Mr. John A. Doric has a named control of
; p ror am en t oo the home job. Now, howl !
A Lcmiikr Hwinih.b. The Sclilm-
grova Timet relates tba following : A Philadel
phia policeman brought a man named A. R.
Bryan from that city lo (kit county on Monday,
and Bryan was lodged In Jail for false pretancet.
The facts in the case as near as we can learn are
about these : Ibis man A. R. Bryan claimed tu
be a Commission Lumber merchant of Philadel
phia. Us same wlong during the beating season
with a boat he oUluod to be his own and bought
11,000 worth of lomder from McCartner A Hum
mel. He paid down 1200 and Iben proceeded to
Wllliamspurt to bd bis boat, agreeing to load
tba lam her he bought here on hie return and pay
for it. Ills boat returned without Bryan. Sup
posing be was all right the lumber was loaded on
tbe boat and taken to the city ; but Bryan never
paid more than $200 for tbs lumber. And before
tbe Ismber waa unloaded from tbe boat it Phila
delphia, Dry in lather obtained judgment against
him and had khe lumber sld out of tbe boat by
tbe Sheriff. Tbe fact that Bryan could get no
bail la the city looks bad for bin, and there la
little doubt that this whole transaction was a pre- :
meditated swindle." !
spoils, Tme Haute, Ft. Louis, and all points
Weit and Southwest, who do not care lo pay the
eitra charge for sleeping car privilege!.
Hotel or slerping cars will continue te run on
Cincinnati Express Iratiug Pittsburgh at T:3i
P. M. for Cincinnati and Louisville, and on Night
K-xprens leaving Piitaourgh at 12:2 A. M. for
rinclnnntl, Louisville, Indianapolis and St.
L'ci? without cbanite.
Passengers for the West and South will please
bear in mind tha Improved through-oar service
by the Pao llaridlo Route. j
To secun (he advantage of quiok time, good
connections in I.'nlon depots, and tkrough-ear
accommodation!, over one of the beat oonatrncted
and moat perfectly equipped lines, It Is only
necessary to ak fer and be sure that you receive
tlokcta via Pittsburgh, Cincinnati A St. Louis
Railway (Pan-Handle Kouic).
For time tabtea and iofortoetloa address W. C.
Rinearron, Passenger Agent, Pittsburgh, Pa., or
W. L. O'llrieo, General Pasiengrr Agent Pan-
llaadle vuute, Columhui, Ohio. jan2o.it.
WasmD. Delivered at tbe Rail Road.
100,01)0 2-lnch abaved ahinglos.
)O,OO0 34-inch aawad abingles.
100,000 feet of pine boards.
60 u, mill 14-feet shared boopi.
a.OOu railroad ties.
6O,0ti0feetof good hemlock boards.
For which I will nay the highest market price,
delivered at Clearfield, or at any point on the
Tyrone A Clearfield Railroad.
Clearfield, Pa., Oot. Ifl, 1879-tf.
ARNOLD UAS AllVACKI)
Prices of Shingles,
SHAVED AND SAWED.
Cnrwenaville, Jan. 9, 78-tf.
NOTICI-!, Tlie undersigned, refilling in t !
villaRn of Westt'ver, in Chert t-.wmhip,
bus msde t lie ne?try arrnnjemfnt and pro
poses to open an KAT1.NU Hot SL for tho ac
commodation of t ho public genernlly, and 1 here
by solicit a librral lliure df the puMic intrornge.
JOHN J. riMDKR.
Westuver, Pa , Jcb. it, tWSl-tf.
Just KocrivoJ by
Car Load Nova Scotia PluRlorl
Car Load pure Corn. Itye and Oata
Car Load Dcaken Sail I
Car Loud of Choico Family Flour!
Car Load Dry UoodH, GrocerieB, &c!
fctrShtnules. Bark. K. K. Tics and
Grain will be taken in exchange.
i;urwennvillo, Hay I, mn.
.TOTIt'H OP INCtHtPOK ATION
Notice is herebvelvcn that an nnnlioation
will be made at the March Court of ijuartsr tSrs
slona, A. D. 1881, for Cliiirficld einmir, fur the
incirooration Of the villnff uf fJIrn Hope a" a
borough. SMITH V. WILSON,
Att'v for Petitioners.
ClearQeld, Pa., Feb. 9, 1K&1 3t.
ADMIMSlHATItlX NOTI( E.-Tftioe
la hereby gien that Letters of Adminis
Irbilion oo the eilaie of DR. D. O. CKOl t'll,
late of Curwenavilla, Pa., dee'd, having been duly
granted to the underfignid, all pcinni Indebted
to Said estate will please make iui mediate pay
ment, and thnie ba nip elaiiuovr demand! aui Qjit
the same, will present tin-in properly autuintlca-
ARNOLD! at ted lor settlement without drUv.
lIAMKLI'.r (.Hill uu,
Curwenville, Pa,, Feb !h, ISSl-flt.
The subscriber propones to sell or rent s num
ber of tar run located as follows : The llrst situate
in Hurmide townnhip, Centre county, containing
nre, naving inereon erected a irame dwell
frame barn, adjacent to a church, and known
as the .litmus .Mulbolland farm.
A LHo, another farm situate In Oraham town
ship, Clearlield county, containing 117 acres, with
the necennry tinprovemenis. This farm is under
laid wilo a HOOD VKIN UF COAL.
ALSO, sis other farms In the vicinity of Frcnch
ville, eon'aiDing respectfully 112, I0, Ui, 0.., il)
and 20 acres. These farms all have boiisci and
b.trni tliereou, good water, ru aring orrliardi on
same, as wrll as some good wood land. For
further particulars call in prron, or eddres the
undiraignvd by lett-r. L. M. COt'DRIKT.
Jan. Huh, istsl-tf. Fronchvlllo, Pa.
Thomas A. Duckett,
Court convened on Tuesday, February 8, I OA 1 ,
at S o'alock P. H.. in parsusnco of nreviodi ad
journment, Judgea Orvia, Ugden and Holt on
The argument Hit waa taken up and the fol
lowiug casei were disposed of: A Heighea vs
J. Hi -or I, James Milss ot. al. No. Mil tieptem
her Term, IH74. Rule to ihow cause why James
Aires anouiii not be subrogated to tbe rigbu of
piainiiir. nuie ancnargei.
Namuel Henderson vs. John LfghtneranJ J
Davis. No. Uo June Term, 1879. Rale to show
cause thy judgment should not be entered for
want or sufficient affidavit of defence. Rule discharged.
F. K. Arnold A Co. vs. W. A. Means. No. US
June Term, 187V. Rule to show oaaie why judg
ment ihnuld not hn entered for want of a suf
The rain and thaw of last week had tba efTcot
t A,.tr. k.wtK. it,. i.:,fc i Ocient affidavit of defence. Rule diiohergnd.
1 Commonwealth (Innram Kiani Kn
this county, and early on Friday morning It was
observed to rUo with the flood and meve down
the stream, doing little damage to pro party, altar
taking Into consideration the thickness of the
Ice and the amount of snow yet on the ground
to swell tbe volume of waler.
Commonwealth Vs. Onorare Kvana. No. IS
Heptember rieealns, I HH0. Verdict, voluntary
manHlaugliter. Motion in arrest ol judgment and
for a new trial. Argued. Opinion or the Court
L. J. Morgan, F.q , was appointed Trustee of
ine eaiaire ui a. H, Wright, need, and of John
W. W right, deo'd, in place of A. C. Tate, deo'd.
We notice that John T. Straw, of
rirfTiison towoihlp, baa been appointed post
in iter at Marron, on tbe mail route from Anson 1
tilh to New Washington.
The next li'iral holiday will bo Wash-
iton'a birthday, February 22d. The banks will
t e closed on that day acd all paper due will have
to be attended to oa Monday nest.
imm - i
The protracted meeting in tho Clear
Cel l M. K. Church still continues. This Is the
luth week of its progress, Quite nnmber have
connected themselves with tbe church on proba
tion. mm emi
County Superintendent MiQuown
Im our Ihsnks f..r copies of the Stite report of
th'- Su,erintndant of Pulio loitruetlon. School
I'inT'ori can procure copies of l KIT same by sail
ing tor ll.em while in town, or sending for them.
MeHwiH. Kerr A Iliddle, our reliable
lD-uroce Agents, have Just received ono of
ll.e ntw Morris A Ireland safes and put It in their
flies, on Market street. It Is a beauty, and
wvikIis 2,100 pounds. This manulaelnre of safes
I new considered the best In the market.
Mrs Charlotte- iloilbrun, widow of
Jacob Htllbruo, bV, and mother of David Hell,
brun, of thia borough, died ot her borne In Bell
township, Ji (Tinea county, near Big Run bor
ough, on Sunder, February Stb, of heart disease,
In the Onth year of her age.
Burly Friday morning the Ice bet; an to break
on Leavy's "riffle," In the vicinity of town, and
huge oakes began to heave and groan, and to turn
up on their edge, About seven o'clock tbs whole
mass from shore to shore begen moving, bat run
only fur a few minutes, tt having gorged
In Shaw's dsn below town. The water com
menced backing op, and for a time, the cltlsens
in the lower end of town and on the opposite side
of lbs river, In West Clearfield, began te feel
alarmed In consequence of being ft oded. Tbe
gas works aad dwelling, occupied by the Su
perintendent, A.M. Fkck, was entirely surround ;
ed, as was aUo the bara belonging to A. II.
8baw"a eatate and the Leonard House. Mr.
Fleck, having anticipated something of tbe kind,
bad hit family moved to a place of safety before
the water was aeer bis premises. The Ice lodged
but a short lime when it started again with a rush,
WCAWVKM H 1KB l OKI,
i Head )f alien Conirmrd Abealuttly Report
of viewers vacating aod supplying a public road
in Jordon townibip, leading from Jopa Rea'e
to Intersect pnbiio road leading from Madera and
lien Hope, end known as tbe McCartney ridge
Report of viewers laying nut a public road
leading (Mm Curwenivilie tu li urn Hide, to inter
sect a public road leadiag from R. C. Thompson's
lo C. and A. Dougherty s, at n point at or near
the farm of D. W. Logan.
Report of viewers vacating and Supplying a
pari oi roaa leading irom iturnnde to hew W aab
logton, on what ia called the Riddle hill.
Report of viewers vaca'lng public road laid out
from public road leading from Pennvilleto Puna
autawney, at or near Ttiornae Wain's mill, In
Ponn townahlp, to the old Ktttanning road, near
Ucorge Hart-horn's, in said township.
H'port of viewer vacating and supplying pub
lie road leading fr m Corwenarills to Cherry
I i re, lorougti tilt) lownanips oi 1'ike, i'enn, Hell,
lli.nirn,..l .n.l U...
TOOT KN DRESS. At tbe residence of Fa
gene Carter, in Osceola, on Thursday, January
27th, lttOl, by Rev. N. II Miller, Mr. Thomas
T-wit and Misa Katir Kaunas l, both of Clear
PORTKR G0ODLANDER At tberesldence
of the bride'a parrnta, on 1 hunday, February
IVtb. Itiol, by Iter. John T.liladhill, Mr. Wat L
Ponvie, of Rrookvllle, Pa., and MiuHahahK,
Uoodlixdbr, of Brady township, Clearfield
and th. hacked-up water reced-d more rapidly . "J1" , . , u , , . .i. ro" '"i'1"
... 'T"m tn '""t ot Main atreet la the boroujrb of
Ihin It rose. It wai a grand sight for every one, UuUoi. p, the railroad alatl,.n. in Kan.lv twn.
Mr. John F. Finkbeiner. of this
tla-s oo Saturday a week, hired a horse and
Irfgh at Ueorge W. Oearhart's ll'ery stable, te
go to Punxiutawncy, and shortly after hli arrival
Hiere, the horse look the euhe and died. It was
nm of a team nf sorre's, nearly matched.
The dinner in conieinplittion by the
I'n ihjtfrian Ladles' Aid Society, to be git en In
the Wigwam building, on Waihmgloo's birthday,
February 22d, has been in laflaltely poetponed,
"0 account of tbe present scarcity of eggl aod
"utter in our market, aod ether good reasons.
Wo have received Irom Kdwnrd 8.
Writtht. Warden, the fifty-furih annual report of
t Ineviorsef the Stale Penitentiary for tbe
o'ern District of Pennsylvania, d calad la Alle
K)ny City, fli-arflald eonnty to e rail i ted with
kitir.g twenty-one rrprr lontatives itt that iostl
tutiua The long root that waa orected on
'he tot in the rear of the Preihyterlan ebnnb, In i
tbis borough, lo provide shelter for borsei aad j
lehielee, suceembad to tho Ircmeadoes weight of j
'now I. t Wedoeediy forenoon, aod tell with a
"aib. The it met on was ever one bond red feet
n leog'h, and It Is now m total wre-k.
eicept those wb i had libber in hasardum pieces,
see the trenfndtius cakes uf ice, twenty feet
across aod about twenty Inches In thickness,
crashing aad growllag as they floated down the
rapid river. Large quantities of loose timber
was noticed going by. In the afiemom of Fri
day, the remainder of the loo between ClearSeld
and Corwfiaevllle, which hod gorged at several
different placea, paMod by quietly. The tee
gorged In seotions, three different ones forming
between the Ourweniville dam and Shaw's pond.
The np river Ice lodged In the vicinity of the
Bloom bridge above Ourweniville, and the old
wave of 6uaday baa froien it solid. Lam her
belonging to Messrs. Lary, Mitchell A Co. nod
some timber belonging to the Bigler Brothers, nnd
other parties, are railed In with tbe Ice. The ice In
Repurt of viewers laying out a fmblio road
leading from the Intersection nf Nichols and
Front streets, ia West 'Jlearfivld, Lawrence town
ship, to Pari street and its Intersection with
pullloroiid in said township.
Report of viewora refusing to lay out a public
or private road to lead from tbe eesldeuoc of
Tbomia Mil -hell, oa public road oal led or known
aa the Kelly road, in Uarnal le lowoahip, te the
borough of Rurniide,
Report of viewora vacitingand supptying pub
lic rad from a point near the res) deuce af W. D.
Hhirey to the Susquehanna river, near tbe mouth
of l)er run.
L'iMjirmed mi at Report of lew era vacating
pnbuo nmd from Mark Kylar'a, In Bradford Uwa
rbip, lo Jonathan Wiai.r's, in aaid towosbip.
Report of viewers laying out a public road
from the Deer creek bridge to inteneel the Deer
creek road at John 8. Jury's,
Itep'irt ot rltwera vacating public road leading
Report nf viewera laving eat a public road
Mr. Daniel Stewart, administrator
''f 'he eitaie of John Stewart, late of Bradford
1 "nihip, deceased, will lilt it public sale, on
ittrday, March oih, a desirable residence and
' ( of ground, situate la Clearfield borough, and
f'TUpird at p reseat by Mr. fliddeot D. Unodrel
A detailed deisriptioi of the property aad
t'NBsor sale will be found la another column of
Fnuofa Lono Lipb. Mr. Francis
M UaiillB.fatfrof Capt. Peter A. Uaahn, of this
"'Ah, 4U4 at tho reeidearto ef his deughtev,
Mrs J.he Barney, In Oovlogto towosbip, en
tf"'.j U.t, r.b.uary I It a, ia tho SMb year
t,awfr bis asa. Tbe deeaaaaA wa bora at Mulav.
d-..riNiet Da 1 1 1 on to Sonne, Fraoee, la the
ITvK, and nemo to Averlsa la 1131. settling
t'it tu Caotroeonoly,Md a'Urwards roeaerlog
Ciearnetd eewnty. Hn Mv. 4 keyead the i letted
iae of ssao three eeoro aad tea yean. .
night. The fact that ne bridges wen destroyed
is remarkable, as it was feared from the nature or
things that when the break up occurred it woulJ
be as fully disastrous as any that over happened
In this region. It was, however, mild aod quiet
as any one could desire.
A d i 'petal from Leek Haven, deled February
l.fih, aays i
"Nearly one thousand men arrived with pbik
and shovel and have be4 engaged alt day oo the
great b?e-fleld thrown ap by the gorge and which
obstructs the track of the Philadelphia Rtle
Railroad from near Farrandsville lujtllen Talon,
a distance of eight miles, In euttlog a channel
through It wide enough te admit the pasaage (4
oars. The ice aa it lays on the traek ranges in
thickness from two t eight feel.andthe 1mm in re
blocks an piled up la an Irregular and eon fused
mass, presenting their Jogged edges at every
point of the ecwpasi. Many of the blocks msas
ore thirty-two Inches la thickness of crystal Ice
Thoasandi of pine logs aod stieke of square tim
bar an miied with tho Ice, which retards the
work of cutting through."
Mu'krati wen o menus, and could bo seen
roonlng over the lee to the river hanks, being
driven out by the high water. Several of thea
Too water backed up and eittnguiahed tbe In
In tbe furnace of Ernest Bock's green house, on
First street, which street was eatlrely submerged
at the loot of Pine.
Robert Mitchell, ef this Wmagh, loft i raft
that lay oo the river bank, a' Reelrllle, Just be
low Reed's dam.
Messrs, Weaver A Bet Ust a platform, or
on, that lay la the rleinlty or the lower
bridge and a raft that wis moored Rear tho mouth
of Link ma.
Boom fesn ware entertained aboat the dssroo
Una at tha Second si reel bridge bat It and and
( iwtge aad yet remalne aadtstarbed.
Irom etowell's mill, in I oion township, to Uome
Camp school house, in said township.
JtNarrry ftrpnrt filed. Report of viewers va
cating a part ul public road leading from Clay
pike to Thomas Parks', Hr., in Bradford town
ship, vacating that pert of eaid road from Olay
1 pike near Woodland Fire Brick Works (lower
yard) to Jam mi Parks', In Said township.
Report or viewen vacating rood passing
through lend! of R. 0. Drldgin, and leading
i rum m pot ii i oi in una oi atnua nmr, deceased,
io a point on the public road leading to Halt
uick, and oa a line bet wren laud! ol H. C. Bridg.
ens and Jobn Reiler, deceaed.
Report of viewers laying oa a road from a
publio road at or bear Healamln Carson's. In
lirady township, to a point in a pnbiio road it or
Bear me myier scnooi nouse, to said townabip.
Report of vlewere vacating and aupplyiag nub
ile road at or near Marion Sliarp a tu a public
road ronnmg from Cheat creek to Hoyt's mills,
at a point al or near Ucorge Ross', in Ureenwood
Repurt of viewen laying out a public mid
leading from a point on the Bell and Brady
township line at John Roller's house to a pub
lic road leading Irom Hishel A He backer's milt
to tsufqoeiianna river at a point near said river,
in bell towarbip.
Krftorte Confirmed mi sf Reports ef viewen
recoui to ending that a bridge be built over the hut
qjehaana river at i piece where the publio high
way to N'rw Washington crosses tbe said river
at or near widow Wetael's, in Roll township.
Report of viewers reoommanding tbal a bridge
be built aereaetbe Mosbar.aon creek from Curtin
alreet In Ike borengk of Osceola, connecting with
road leading le Useeola depot.
Petition of eitiiena of Lawrence towuihip fora
pubile road from a pwMlo mad loading Irom
CkarSald boreuga lo A. U. Hkaw'i anil, from a
point near e)baaV s brewary to pa bile rood lead
ins; ta said mill at railroad ereeaing oast ef J. B.
Hojt A t'e.'s tannery. Read, aod Jno. L. Cottle,
D. W. Moon and Robert Mitchell appointed
Peiitioa of eilliens of Bogga towosbip for a
public road to lead from mouib of hmeal'i run to
inienoct Ike Uioe Ball read near Jba L Uear.
bar) 'a farm, ta aaid township. Head, and W. D.
. . . n. ... "B'Ti vimnni ana aeveve vwni ap
Tba walaw oraa mm tha Irat Uome af (lmmrm Ore S 1 . r . . 1 . .
- i puinivw iwfr.
Wvoe. Olearfield, aad also aatarod ,
setersJ Stiitr dwatllogsen lAat sideef the river.
Court a.it-o-ned en WHeavdar. Fshraarf lib.
atU WtdaetAay. Manh Id.
COPRLIN'. In Decatur townahlp, on Wednes
day, February 8th, tOil, W ilms, son of David
Copeho, aged about LI years.
STRAW. In Curwenaville borough, on Thurs
day, February Sd, 1B81, Mrs. Attain A. bvaaw,
aged 91 yean, 11 meolba and IV days.
BROWN. Io Osceola borough, oa Sunday,
January AVlb , 1881, Fkaniub: H., youngeat son
of J. R. aad Louisa L. Brown, aged 3 years, 1
month and II days.
LOTT. In Brady townibip, near Troutvltle,
oa Friday, February 4th, 18 Si, Jacob Jamrs,
son of Frederick and Catharine Lott, aged II
months and 12 days.
BOLDER. At tbe Arlington Uonse, Uouts
dala, on Mondty morning, January Slat, 1MS1,
Mrs. Klici Rolorr, mother of Frank Bolger,
ia the 8 1st year of her age.
WEAVER. Ia Heodenoa township, Jefferson
county, Pa., on Friday, January Ifiih, ISSI, of
consumption, vATiiimif r, witeor Charles Weaver.
aged 30 yean, 2 months and 14 days.
WBAVKR. In Henderson townshlo. Jeffeno0
county, Pa., on Friday, February 4th. IBil, o'
croup, Amos Tilrrs, ion of Cborleisnd Catharine
Weaver, aged J yeara, f months and 4 days.
HKILBRl'N. In Bell township, Jefferson
county, on hunday, February Aib, 1981, Crah .
rorra, relict of Jacob Heilbruo. hr.. and mother ,
or D. Heilbruo, of Clearflald, aged Hi years, 6 i
months and 11 days.
GAt'LIN. At the reiidenoe of his danghter ,
Mrs. John Barmny, in Covinvton towoshin. oo
Saturday, February ll'h, ISsl, Faw ia Ainirs
viii UauLm, a native of Mulay, department Dels
iiuuia ooano, rranoe, in tne s.nnyear Ol bis age.
WELCH. In Lawrence townsbiD.on Thursdav.
January 13th, 11181, suddenly, Faafia Dbrthot,
infant sob of tleorge D. and Clara 6. Welch, aged
2 weeks and I days.
Short was thy stay, sweet I rankle, ben t
Suffering thou was net allowed to feel ;
And though to us thou was most dear.
The Lord to Himself has taken thee.
LUTHER. fa Woodward townsbln. Clearfield
county, on Friday, January Tf h, 1HHI. of measles,
It la an (Strrlihu, sen of William and Helen M.
Joiner, aged 7 yean, 8 month i aod 6 days.
Centre and Clinton county papers please copy.
We have parted with our darling,
Who obeared us day by day )
By bis ways to os so eharming,
As he tripped around at play.
But we know that Jeans called him
To a home more bright and fair ;
Then to dwell with all tbe ramomed,
Then to rest Iron future cere.
We are IoiiIt aow without him,
Vet his loss we'll not deplore j
Since we know Hod's arms an aronnd him
Balely on bright Canaa'a abure. M.
BARRETT. At Lewi. burg. I'a , on Tueaday.
February 8th, INK I, of heart disease, Mrs. R
BARtnsrr, wifs of I. Lewia Harntt, esq., aged
The deceased bed many re la tires and acquaint
ances ia this eonnty who will lament bar demise.
The Willlamspurt Sum alludes to her death ns
follows t "It Is with feeling of the deepest sorrow
that wo learn or tbe death of Mrs. I. L. Barrett,
of Lewlsbnrg, which occurred Tuesday morning
last, Mrs. Unrett has been soflerlog for soms
time past from heart disease, and while her death
was unespeeted It was not entirely anlookod for.
She bad been very sick laat week, but was recov
ring somewhat, but that a near tain diiease which
ibe was attacked finally triumphed, and she has
been oalled homo to a 'Mansion not made by
hands, eternal ia the hcavene.' Of Mrs.
Barrett we can only say tho words that a periooal
friendship would dictate. Ws knew her aa
cheerful, loving and devoted wife and mother. A
lady that had the reipeet and esteem of all that
knew her, and one who was willing to undergt
privations and suffer willingly, If by eo doing
those around her might ho beoeutted. Bather
work Is done, her troubles are over, find while
many of tbe ecu of kindness which she bis done
may not be known oat II they an revealed to oi
la eteraliy, all wbo knew hereon testify that her
lire has been one or good deeds and loving aoti,
such as will perfect bor for the life which Ii be
yond la the haves of sternal net, the borne of
Mod, aad tbs heaven of all wbo believe oa II Ii
VIMIIKINTR ATOH'l KIITIC I-:. Notice
ia hereby Riven tl.'it Letlere of A lininii
trwiion on tbe eUt of JON A.-i II. PF-TlK-l, Lite
of Ro(k towniLip, Clra.-Rdd kcuiify, Pa , dee'd ,
havlne; been duly ir ranted to tha un lcr'izned, al I
perioni indebted to aai I er-tate will pleiie make
Immediate patment, and those having claims or
demands agitmit 'be antne. will pre-ent I him
properly aulhcn'.icavt'-.l !"r I Hleon-nl without
delay. DAVID UEAR HART,
Philipsburg, Ta., Jan. 12, ISSl f.u
A1!HI MtrR ATOH'H NOTICK. -Notice
is hereby given that l etters of Adminis
tration on the estate or hllKr HKLD (ORSO.V,
late of Burnp.de borouh, Clearlield countv,
Pa , drti-twd, having bn duly granted to the
underpinned, all persona indebted to said eMate
will please make immediate payment, and thue
having claiiui or demands aguinsl the same nil)
preaent them properly authtnticated fur settle
ment without delay. JOHN C. t'ONNKR,
Rurniide, IV, Jan. 12, lSl-t.
I HEREBY give notice to the cititena of Clear,
field and the eurronnding vicinity that I am
prep rid at alt times to furolih families and
matiiitactonng eitablishm ntr with a superior
Coal. Wood t Coke,
Whieh I am prepared to deliver in a few houra'
not tee. I ntn alwsya read; to haul and deliver
Irom and to the depot, or anywln-re else, and
move fumtliea and household good anywhere on
short notirte. TIMs. A. DTCKETT.
Clearfield, Pa., Mar. 31, ISSO-tf.
E. S. HENDERSON,
ASDHK W PKSTX, JR., Vnp,i,iM.
Tbi. bul.l I. k.tit la llrll-ol... it.l. at rvaMia-
all. rai... lle.t looalloa la tnwa for bu.in.i,
ib.'B. FrM bin to and from all tralai. tiwxl
OI.art.ld, la.,r.l. 19, im tf.
GLEN HOPE, PKNX'A.
rnilU andrrilanrd. havln. 1.mi1 tbli sum.
X modliia. llt.l, ta tb. vill.irft of Ol.n llopa,
t. oow tr.par.d ta aoooionou.l. all wao my
eall. Wy tabl. and bar .hill b. .applied witb
the belt th. market affnrdi.
(lKOKIIE W. D0TTS, Jr.
Olen Hep., Pa., March ID, 187H-tf.
.O-Tlil. old and w.ll.e.tabllllied Hotel hai
b.ea leaied b, tbe aDd.riod, aud heferlieoo.
Oilent ol rcndt-linjr laliifactioa lo tlmi. who niaj
p.tronlte him. Uond atablina- attarbed.
1.KW18 C. BLOOM, Proprl.tor.
April 31. '80-tr.
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 31 South Third Street, Philadelphia
And Dealers in Government Securities,
Application by mail will receive prompt atten
tlon, and all Information cheerfully furnished
union soiiciea. April ll-tr.
F. K. ARffOLb. a. w. a in old. j. t. arrold
F. K.ARNOLD & CO.,
KuiikcrM anil ItrokerN,
Heyuoldsvllle, JplTerson to., PR
Money received on deposit. Discounts at mo
derate ntes. Kastern and Foreign Kichange al-
wnys on nana and collections promptly made.
Reynoldaville, Deo. 18, 1874.-ly
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIELD, FA.
ROOM In (Iraham's Brick Building, twodooil
eaat of Flcek A Co. 'a Store.
Paasage Tickets to and from Liverpool, Queens
town, tllaagow, London, Parii and Copenhagen.
Also, Drafts for sale on tho Royal Bank of Ireland
and Imperial Bank of London.
JAMES T. LEONARD, Prca't.
W. M. FHAW, Caihier. Jan 1, '81
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1 p Mis UU
L llurn.l.le anl
In the Rilate of 1 In the Orphan' four! of
Warren H ile, deo'd. f Clearfield count?, Pmn'a
The undesigned Auditor, appointed by the
Court, to dispose of the eiccsti -tu to tbo final
account nf llrnry Hile, Adrnir.tslrator, hcrenv
gives notice that he wtl att-nd to the duties of
un aj'pmnion'ni, at nis nnt'o in vicwrueio, oa
Tl'KSDAV, FKBRIIARV HI, tftt, at 10 o'rlock
A M., when and where all panic interested may
attend. FRANK tl. II A It H I ri, Auditor.
ClearQeld, Pa , February I, lD-.lt.
ITXI-U'I'IOHM' KOTirK. Nolloelshsre-
I i by eiren that Letters Testamentary on the
eitete or J OK AS mu.Ml. late nf Murrn townxliip,
Clearfield county. Pennsylvania, decoasod, hav
ing been duly granl.4 to tho undersigned, all
persons Indebted to said estate will please make
immediate payments, and those having claims or
demands against the same will present them prop,
erly authenticated for eettlemont without rlelay.
JAM 1,-5 i,. t i r. WAK i,
Kylertown, la., February 21, 1 RSI Ot.
offen to the cititens of
vleinitv. an untirovided
spenlalty. Ilerrofter all kinda of Caskets and
iouv.1 win be kept on hand, and orden filled at
ftnutatH mtttcnttt'1 ttnytthrre.
I will furnish the finest as well as the cheapest
articles dedicated t funerals All orden left at
the store of Jons C. Oik mii will receive prompt
attention. For fnrther particulars, enll on or
"W'ircis tl. a. HENDERSON.
Dec. 10, 187tf-tf.
HAVE YOU HEARD
CtRAnriiLB, Vim) Feb. Ulh, t9l.
Flour, per ewt. , $j oo
Boobwheot Floor, perewt ... I On
Corn Meal, per ewt 1 Rs
Chop, rye, par cwt I no
Chop, mtied, per ewt 1 4k
Bran, par ewt (in
Wheal, per baaheL , n
Rye, pr baskel 15
Oata, per bushel py
Corn, ean, per bnehel..., 40
Back wheat, per baihel ., Of
Clover eeed nn
Timothy seed ye
HMaloee,per boabel M o
A pp lea, per bushel 0
Onioaa H ftt
llama, par ponnd It
H bowlder, per r'"" 1 n ej 1
Dried Beef, per poand .... Ik
; Chickens, per pair 60
Batter, per pound , is
Bgge, perdoswn to
Bait, per each, large Oo
Coal Oil, par galloa 10
Lard, per pewod H 3A
Dried Apples, pee powad a
Dried Peaohee, per peead II
Bcaaa, per bJkel......M 1 to
jotick in Divtntrr:.
Mary h iieinont 1 In 'hs tourt of rnmrr,'n
Vs. Pleas of t'learflclil Co.
Charlea Demont. j No. 11 Jan. T., 1st I.
To Carle$ Jiemonl .'
Yoa Will take notice that aa Alia Sulnxrna
swr hitorre ha a been awarded against you by the
above Court, and that you arc required to appear
ob or before the '.'.4 Monday of March next, and
show oaure why a decree of divorce rmcvo
matrimonii rhuuld not lie mndr.
JAMKS MAHAFFKY. Bherill.
Clearlield, I'a., Feb., IB, 1H81-4I.
English Classical IM,
rriHE undersigned will open this school in the
I. Leonard building, t'learfleld, Penn'a, on
MONDAY, APRIL 18, lSl,to ootitinue eleven
Common Enaliih Ilranches ,$t'-.00
Higher English and daisies ?. no
il. 0. YtllMiMAN.
Clearfield, Pa., Feb. In, Iftet-lf
C A. MAYKR. Preside.ii! . .
Judge or the Court of Tommon Pleae of I ( JrKn A
the Twenty-flfth Judicial District, comnnaed of)
the counties of Cleartleld, Centre and Ohnton -i
and Hon. Abram Hiidkn and Hon. Vin'rnv H. i
llol.T, Aasociate Judges of Clearlield county
have issued their precept, to me directed, for the
holding or a Court or Common Pleae, Orphani'
Court, Court of (Juarler beasioiia, Court of (Iyer j
and terminer, ana court n oeneral Jail Deliv
ery, at the i'ourt llouae at Clearlield, Id and for the '
county of Clearfleld, cnuiiiien-in) on the Titled
Monday of Marrh. ril.t rtnyi A. 1), IrtHi,
and toriMitluue lurluo n tiks,
N0TICB 1H, therofure, hereby given to the
Coroner, Justices oltho Pence, and Conalablea,
in and for eaid county of ClvarGeld, to appear in
their proper persons, with thoir Heoordn, Roils,
Inquisitions, Eiaunnationa, and other Kemp id.
brances, to do those things winch to their offices,
and In their behalf, paruin to be done.
Hy an Act or Araetnbly, passed tlie hth d.iy of
May, A. D. 164, it is niaito the duly of die Jus
tices of the Pence of the several count tn uf this
Commonwealth, to return to tha Clerk of the
Court of Quarter Hefxiona uf the reHpoolive
counties, all the recognisances entered into .Wore
them by any person or perrons elmrired with the
eonimiisiwn of any crime, except sut-h easos as
may be ended before a Ju-tlue of the Puare, un
der ex luting laws, nl least ten lnye before (he
coinmeneeaient Ol tne svSrttnn ot tiio t'tmrt to
Yl URRTAN, lion
The News From
THEY HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
JJats and CapJ
That Ever Came into the
AT THEIR STORE, ROOM Ml. I
j l. n. UEICHIIOI.D,
tlrailuat. of the Pena.ylvanla fnllea of Dental
DR. E. M. THOMPSON,
(OBea la Baak BallJliig,)
Curwen.rlllc. Clearlield Co., Pa.
inch Jl 'tl-tr.
Wholesale Dealer in
DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Groceries,
TOBACCO, LEATHER, FLOUR,
FEED, GRAIN, SALT, OIL. &C.
I lUV direct from iobbors nnd ninniifnrtnrprn rpi-nico rrnn.la nt
nwm ,-atcH, hence enn compete with New York and Pliilndel
Also, Dealer in
Saw Logs, Lumber, Shingles and Bark.
Parties having bark tn liunl during the Winter, can contract
and receive liberal advanced. Also, advances made on Saw Logs.
Give me a call.
"ORie. In reilileaoe, oppoiite Shew Iloaaa.
J. M. STEWART,
(Office la reildrnoe, Seeoad itraet.)
Nilroul Oilde Oal adtalalrtered for tha pala
en extr.otloa uf teeth.
Ct.arfleld, Pa., Mar I, l7Mr.
-IJKI'.H FOR BAI.E.Thirt.en blre. of
J I Italian Urea which I will nil cheap for
oaih. or exchange for wheat. For farther In
urination call on or edilre.l the untlerpigne d.
J.K. h HAM Kit.
Ko? i, 'Jll-tf. Clearlield, I'a.
a. p. chucb, K. M'OuaKLl. j. l. ftltul.gr.
(.1 1.1C1I, Mcl'ORKLE & CO.'S
Market fttrrct, Clcnrflcld, Pa,
Wo manufacture all kinds of Furniinro for
Chnmbers, Pining Hoome, Libraries and Ualli.
If you want Furniture of any kind, don't bay
until yon see onr atoek.
(.!:(. ( . A TOM W. ItlOOItl
Clearfield. Pa., Sent. 2J, 1.Sn0.Sn.
1 HIV 1.IHT. Names and location of tboae
ey jierons drawn at Jurore to serve at March
term, einmeneing on tha third Mondity (Slat),
and continuing two wVkf :
tif AJtll JriCORB MtiMMV, M ABC II 2lST.
K. A. Ditflrr, Clearfield, Wm Murray, tiirard,
Thi A 1 itL-k, " 1 Lewis I In in, iluitian,
C Howe, " C Foreea, llrnhain,
Vnrii-a tMatk, Cur'sville, .lorrih Krhnrd, Knox,
J li MrUrnfh, UoularlaleiJona Or, Irn, Lawrence,
tt' J JohnMnn, (laeiKda, ,Hh Mullen, "
(sue Wilnon, Uralford, Hamuel Moore, Pike,
Chui Marshall, llrady, H T J.-hnu-n, Handy,
1 W Kopp, linrnside, IW A Means, "
John Con ley, Cheel, iThos Brtiekhank. Union
L M Couilriet, Cov'g'on J I'g(ilns, Woodward,
Jos Kehart, De.atur, 'P Hrinnieo, "
TnavrnR Ji ri rs Moxnar, Map- b HIht.
Lew Writrloir. Clearlield Jach Hileher. Huston.
Ja all llf branohea, promptly attended to.
OI'ILCII, McCORKLR A CO. '
Clc.rt.IJ, Pa., Feb. ,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
THK LARBJSTaiid IIEPT HELKCTKD STOCK
Sept. 19, t8 tf.
JAMES L. LEAVY,
C I, Il.tltlle,
J M Kittleliarger '
which they are made reiortial,eresieotiTcly,and I i'uehett,
in ail eaer-a wnvre any reooKnuanoea are entered
into less than ten days before the iiiiittcnceiiiciit
or the session to which they are made returna
ble, the said Jueticei are t return the saiiie in
the same manner aa if suit! act had not bicn
tilVKN nnder my hand at Clearflald, this Vth
day of February, lu the year of our Lurd. one
tnousana eigni nnnnreu one eUhiy-orte.
feb. tf-W JANhS MAUAVKV, Sheriff.
Administrator's Sale I
House and Lot
nnderelirned, Administrator of the estate
J. of Join (strwart, late ol It red Cord town
ship, Clearlield eonnty, fa, lC"iMd, will ei
pna tn fuhlio sale, at t'.e CM KT IlOL'SK, in
Saturday, March Oth, 1SS1,
AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M ,
All that certain lot of gmnnd tn Clearfield
bornoRh, fronting kn feet on Market etreel, and
running bark 172 toil te an allay, with good
IVmih fheel f itiaf llnutj ft
FRAMK RTAIItR, j"l iffl
and neeearary ooibnlldlriits ettahe. The nron-
erty is boundod on the Huth by Marknt alreet.
nn the west by John uunen, nn ihe Kset by Mrs.
Pendergaet, and en the North by an ellev. ihe
or tale of the eaid Jobn Rtewart, deponed.
TKHUH OF SALS.
One third of the irofbase mono to be raid on
ennftrmation or sale, and ihe tietenee In one and
two years, with Interest, to he eeevred on tbe
premieee. HaNUL PTHWAHT,
Voodland, Pa., PV 16, USI-3t.
O Car mil t, floutsdale.
J i'lin Argyle, "
L J Kurd, Newhtirg,
M tt'iiliair.a, Hecnuna,
1 Hjinnagle, "
Letl Htuiderlin, H'll,
J"hn llilgrr, HI oo in,
A M I) re linker, Itrady,
J A Mrliride, Law'noe,
.i ji aioore, Aturris.
,(.eorge L Way, IMke,
U I. Addlemau, "
J A l.owersi'i, Handy,
L A Ilrady,
Aintis Vag'-r, '
WiliUo, 1 0(
Nathan Lines, Union,
jWilliam Welly, 11
; ( Dileneal,
Jno Hhepherd, Uurnside J M Adams, Woodward,
letid H ltd hey, " :Jaa Hullivan. "
James MeKaen, Chest, Jno T Wilson,
John Unlrih, Decatur, Jno Canty Jr, '
L A Fultun, " iJ 11 Uiililand, '
Sam'l Kephart, " Jno hhannn, "
Josefih Leigey, Ulrard, 'John Fern, '
(I U Krl-e, " 1 Sr.l Hnlman "
Peter C (loiild, Hurlon, H T tlowman, '
Jus Callnhao, " ,'rar Kilne, "
J S 11a lebaugh Sr " J M Seager, "
PitrosD Wrua Monnar, Marlr 2Hth.
Fred Kaekett, Clearfield. Iaeid Horning, HoMoo
J II Thompson. Cur'aile AHtert Newell,
B F Alexander. Heearia J H Johnston, Jnnlsn,
Kennedy Hupert, Itell, tt'ra.1 Hiibley, Karlhaus
Ham'l Hunderlin, H J C Miehaels, "
Hugh Leech, ltloom, A bran Walker, Knot,
head llrahain, Hi a Iford Jamas Jaekano, "
laae ltnranr, " Nuth bawhnad, Law'noe
Heo II Wineert. Ufa Jr. Ilrnrr Mulien, "
James rvln " A N O.iuglieily, Morris,
J-me. Wood riieft, P K Carr, Pike,
anmint, Cuc'gton T U (lormlei, Handy,
ian i pursei, 1'eei.iur, ,ricneD w Ing, Union,
.las Caldwell, PcrfusoR. Ketjlt. Woodward.
L'JtShnn, " lub MelluRry, "
llenr Mclleor. "trar J Jas liar rail.
John Hyers. (Julieb, j H ist Aleiander,
n l MfUonald. " i f hue Tuwuaend. '
We the anderslrned, berebv eertifv that Ihe
foregoing ht of names of perauns were drawn by
us on ine jmd my of January, 1891, in aeeord.
ance with eeei're iituetl by tbo 11 un. Cbarlet A
Mayer, Prerldent !udt of tbe Coerta of Clear
field county, bearing date the lih day of Jan
uary, lll, to serre as Urand and Traeorto
Jorra in the eeteral Courts to be held at Clear
ed. fommeT-Hng on the third Monday (3lat)
in ilar-h, A. V. IMI.
JAMKS MAIIAFFEY, Sherif.
A J.JA KHON,
W H, R. UHUWN,
Clear! tl.l, Pa., Feb. 9, 1MI-W.
TI PS and ntrCKKTfl.
TT XV3T3 73 3R.X A X3C3ES 33.,
MARKIOT MTRF.ET, I l.KlKHKI.I), PKKN'A.
All ttimln of CnrkolH and Codins koiiton liniitl. and luriiinlied to nrdpr on
short notice, including tlio finest ah well as the cliciipeat that can bo manu
I tho best In lino, and will bo furnished when required. Funeral, attended
in any part of the county. Call at inv oflico. on Second street, nr leave
your onion at Troutmnn'i Furnituro Store, adjoining the Posloffloo.
f" (MM) IH Hlll.l.S.Oc, r,c Wear.r A Co
J. want fire taoniand bushel, of OATtt, now,
and aill paj o..h or produce.
CltarueU, l', Auj. II, IS7 tf.
5,000 Rail Road Ties. I
Carwen.Tille, Fa. Jan. 1 , 1878-tf
County Agent for
i.oni 1. mvs Toit.n cos,
The.e ftoodi bouahl fr CASH la large lota,
ana .oia at aitnoii on. price..
JAMKS II. LYTLK,
Clearfield, Pa., Jan. II, H7 lj.
The Hell's Run Woolen Factory
Fenn town.bip, Claaraeld Co., Fa.
n II R N E l (I II T I
TheaubseHbera hare, at great einenae.rehailt a
neighborhood necessity, tn tne erection of a flrst
class Woolen Manufactory, with all tho modern
im pro ronton ts attached, and are prepared to make
all kinda of Clothe, Caaaimerea, Hatlaette, Blan
kets, Flannels, ae. Plenty af goods on hand to
supply ell onr old and o then sand new enaloeaera,
D"ts we nan to come an eiamine onr eioei.
Tbe baa I nets of
CARDING AND FULLINQ
will reoelre onr especial attention. Prnper
arrangements will be made to reeelre and dell far
Wool, to evil easterner. All work warranted and
done upon the shortest notice, and by strict alien
lion to business we hope to realise t liberal share
ef pnbiio patronage.
io.hm pounds wool wanted i
We will pay the highest market price fer Woo
and eell onr manufactured goodees low aa similar
goods oaa be bonght In the eonnty, and whenever
we rail te render roaeonable eatu recti oa wo oaa
eiwayw be fennd at heme ready te aneJra pro pot
eiplaftatloi, ell her in person or by letter.
JAMKI JQIMBOM ONfl,
aUMf Howe f. 9
1 AM KltH RAIJCIo lloston
and Pine townships, Clearfield county. -JJ-asonabte
time riven for Part or nurchase T
money. Prices ffl.DO to $10.1)0 par VTe.j
Mincra's reacrred. h. BIKO, Agent,
or Wallacr 4 Knsas.
BepU 10, l.H7H-tf. Clearfield, Pa,
dealree to employ a miller to run bia Oriit
Mill, allnate ia Frenchrille. Themillcsa be had
on the tharet.nt will pay by the month, as may he
agreed opon hy tbe parties. Pussesslon git en on
Ibe first of April. For further parlirolars eail In
person, or address by letter.
L. M. COttliRIKT.
FrenchTllle, Pa., Jan. 19th. 1 SKI -fit.
BUY AITOME !
11(11 BEfl, LOTS AND FARMS FOR SALE !
J. for aale at reeinn.l.le prlcrf aod on eei
1WKSTV IIOUFKS and LOTS la Clearfield
terra.. AIM, ...era! FARMS la ltradford aoi
Urahata lown.nipe. Apple to
CASH or TRADE.
Carwentvtlle, Pa., Jan. I, '? tf.
Grist MillFor Sale !
Aerr dnlrable mill prop. rtr, with two pain
of burn, .ituate ia becjlar twp., Clear
li.id einntT, I'a., about two and a-half nilel welt
of Philip.burg, Centre eounlr, Pa.
Apple to f l M.MKRHEl.il FLKdAL,
Pbilipahnrc , Centra Co.. Fa.
Nor. 10, ISSO-tf.
WALLACE A KIIKH.t,
Ilea. I, '80 tf.
THK nnderslgoed, having proenred a leaae ol
a flrt cleis coal vein, hae opened a mine,
and Is now prepared lo furnlnh cosiomers with a
first-class article of coal on short notice, and at
Ihe moderate price of HIX CKNTfl per bnibel.
All orders left at my shop will he promptly at
tended to. WM. R.liROWN.
Clearfield, Pa., Feb. I. IMI-ly.
TDB LARORHT STOCK OF
Fine Ilnlian Marble in thcSInlo,
rioth FlNlSnKU ar I NHNIBIIKD. We pat
ap aor work th.t eaa b doaa la tbe eitj at Bach
cheaper ratal. Wt will tat ap
In Italian Marble or Granite, cheeper than It can
be done in any other part of tha wlate. Any per
son baying monomental work leamoontoflSe and
npwarda, will hare fare paid to and from Philinc.
berg. Do not be fooled with cheap A mar lean
marble when yon ean bay loo Italian marble at
T IIKAD TONKA t speelotty.
J n PIRRCB A CO.
PhlHpsbuTg, pa., Jan. t, IMI.-iei.
T7XKC t'TIK NmrE.-y0(io. le here
I J -7 'hat Lcttere TeatamcnUry on the
estate of WILLIAM SOHWKM, Pen lor. late of
Ilrady township, Clearfield eonnty, Pennsylvania,
deceased, having been duly granted to tha under
signed, all persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment, anJ those hav
ing elaima or demands against the same will pre
sent them properly authenticated for settlement,
wltbonl delar. UKoHOK HOHWKM,
WM. fJCffWKM, Jr.,
Lnthersbmg, Pa., Dec. 21, IMO-fit.
The undersigned hai opened nn on ThlrA umi
near the Lutheran Church, end ofters for sole a
lerge lot of door, lash, etc., and
in all He form. and it.l.e. Pprlnp, bedi, oale $.
All kinda of aioaldini hr picture fratoea. Bohool
booM eeeta, drtkl and blackboard, eheapn thaa
el.ewh.re. Itn,uirlei be mull will be proaiptl.
aa.wcred. MHH.A. II. CANFIKLII,
. R. R. C.aftai.n, AjenU
Clearlield, Pa., lice. II, Issu-Im"
Re-Union of Trade.
rflltK nnderslgned wishing to Inform (he pnl11,
J. that he opened a
Al tho old stand in TrontTllle, Clearfield eonnty,
Pa., on the I Mb Inst, witb n full stock of
DRV GIMIINI, OROCRRIKN. NOTION,
floota, hoet, l-.tr ,
In fart everything to be foond in n first-class store,
all of which I am determined to Nil at the lowest
PARMKRM AND LUMBERMEN
Will find It to their advantage te do their dealing
with mo, as tbo highest prices will bo paid for '.
Urain, Shingles, or Prodnee of any kind. Part
or one-half cash will be paid. Trading for
fthingleeor Lao. bar of any kind a specialty. Alee,
Singer Sewing Machines.
Having made arrengemontf with Eastern Der
ek ante to eell goods furnished aae, the afore eall
and tee, as I will be enabled to eell cheaper thai
the ebeapeet. e. W. 0ARLILI,
Trootrllle, Pa., tupt, 14, '79-ty. Agent,