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lcuiiNy I v a u la Ha 1 1 road
TVBONB 4 CLEARFIELD MUNCH
V ,d after Monday, NOV. I, UKO, (he
Peaeeairer Tralrjf will run daily (oloapt Sua
daya) between Tyrooaand Clearfield, ee fullowt
LKAVlTsOllTII. I LEAVKNOHTH."
..4 0. "
H id, '
10.1 J, '
.. 00, "
Id. St, "
TFaVK BOUTU. I LEAVE NllrVTllT
, Tyrone, t.JO r.
, Vanecoyuc,..,. 7.41 "
1 Summit tt.tlS "
'Powellon, 8.17 "
I Oeceola 0 2e "
I Boynton 8.34 "
Steiner' 8.H0 "
: Philip.bur...!.4J '
i Blue Ball
! Wallaoetou, .
i Leonard 0..t0
, Clearfield,.... 10.07
l Curweniville 10.20
PUILII'SBI'RD A HIOS11ANNON BHANC1IKS
p. h. a. a. H.
1:40 ' M
1:56 10:20 7:58
1:10 10.14 1:11
:23 10:41 "15
A. at. p.
N. P. If.
IS 4 16
30 4 0j
0 10:SI 8:!S
BALD EAOLE VALLEY BRANCH.
Kl- Kail. Mall. Kip.
P. . A. . p. . a.
7.08 8.10 leare Tyrone arrive t.Sl 7.44
ilald Eajle (.17 7.41
Julian t.38 T.04
M Hrburj 4.11 8 4.1
Belleronte 4.04 8.83
Mlleabnrg 4.55 8 13
Howard 4.11 too
. i o.m
0.08 10 111
0.41 11.08 arrive L. Haven leave 8.44 4.25
astwako. A. at. I waarwARU. a.m.
Cincinnati Exp., 0:52 Pittahurirh Exp'aa, 1.48
Paoifio Expreaa, 8:47 l'aritte Expreaa, 8:12
Jonnatown Jtxpreaa,V:07 p. it.
p. H.IWay Paaaenger, 1:15
rmceKO Uay El., 12:18 ChlMa-o Eiprell, 8:31
Mall Train, 8:08 Mail Train, 7:01
Muntlnmlon Aoc n, 8:20 Faal Line, 7:3o
Cloae aonneotiona made by alltralnaat Tyrone
ana nora II even.
' S. 8. BLIR,.
A itagoleavea Curweiiavilledaily for RaynoMa
ville, at 1 o'eloek, p.tn.,arriviRt;at Reynoldaville
at 8 o'elook, p. m. Returning, leavea Reynoldi-
vitie daily, at 7 o'elook, a. m., arriving at Cur.
wanaville at 12 o'elork, m. Fare, eaob way, 13.
A Itage leavea Curwenavllle dally, at 1 o'clock,
p. in., for DuBoia City, arriving at DuBoia City
at 8 o'olook, p. in. Returning, leavea DuBoia at
7 o'clock, a. to., daily, arriving at Curweniville at
ii o'clock, ta. fare, eaob way, 81.40.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
.LOW GRADE DIVISION.
i"VV Ud titer Monday, Hot 15th. 1880.
V the pMinger trtim will ran dsltjr (eicpt
Bundfty) b twees Red Bank od Driftwoodf m
KAKTWAHD.-D.jf Mall leirti PUtfharg
8:&5 a.m.: Red Bank UM: khan Junettnn 1 1 SI
New Bethlehem 1155 p. n. MayiTille 1:10 j
imy i:. nrooKTiue iihd ; fuller I;20 ( Key
Bolilivill 3.36 j Dultola ft-M ; (Sninnit Tun Del
9.JI i fenflrld S:41; Tjrler'i .T.ii j lloneiftte
arrive! at IMftwuod al &:30.
WEKTWARD Day Mull leavai Driftwood
y. 1X1 , WBUIITUV JiWV f ITirr 1.49 I
Venfield 1;BU ; Pummit Tuonel 2:00; DaBoli J 16)
nfyBomnrtue !:.((,; Kuller'i 1:44; KrookTiIle8:15;
Troy S .'il; Muyiville New Bethlebetn 4:0 j
Hligo JuDotlffii 4:17; Had Bank :0:i; arrlvei at
Flttibnrg at 7:40 p. to.
mm- Th H.vn..i.i.n. i ,....t. i
RttynoldiTiile dally at 7:4 m. and arrive! at
Ked liank at 10:60 a. m., Pittibur(h at 1.-40 p. ro.
Leare! Piitfhargh at 2:15 . n ; Ked Bank at
a-AfiHI t B.rle.tna .8 D ----I I 111- u na
Railroad at Driftwood, aid with train on the
miogomj . euey uauroan at Ked lUnk.
DAVID McCAHUO.Uin'l tiup't.
A. A. Jackhoit, Sup't L. U. Dir.
KROJI CLEARFIELD, TO
e?P. (1 04 1 .V iddletewi 4 00
Marietta. 8 48
Lancaiter.. I 80
PHILADELPHIA 1 00
Altoon. I 84
Johnetown... 1 84
LewiatowaH t 00
MaryaTllle.. 4 40
lURKlHUURU... 4 71
Tyrone w 1 11
PITTSRURU 8 It
F. M. CARD0N & BR0.,
On Markit fit, one door watt of MmpIob Hoom,
Oar arrange in en (i art of the nort com p let
eharaeter tor ftirniibion the publio with Frerh
Meati of all kind, and of the very belt quality.
We alio deal Ik all kind! of Auriealtaral Imple
enti, which w keep on exhibition for the ben
efit of thepablle. Call around whea In town,
ana a wok at tnioff, or art a run ai
V. M. OAKDUN A BRO.
Clenrfield, Pa., July 14, 175-If.
Slate Xormnl Nehool.
(Eighth Xormtil School District.)
Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa.
A.X.nA lrnt A. M, Ph. D., Principal
Tbii gotaool m at uroient oonitltoted, offera the
Tory beat faoil.iiet for 1'roffMionai and Clailoal
Buildloi Rpaelflne, tarltlni; and flommodloni t
mt.Ut.ly fctawd by euoi, well entilaUd, and
farnUhed with a bountiful mpply r pure, eoft
Location healthful and eay of aroeM.
diirrooadlnff eetnery nnmrpaated.
Teaeher axperionoed, iffictent, and alira to
Iiae iplina, Arm but k Ind, anifortn and thorough.
Ffty eeata a week dadaetlon to thoaa preparing
8tadentf admitted at any time.
Coare ot itady rreeeribed by tha Hutt) I.
Modal fobool. IT. Preparatory. III. Kleman
t. Aeademla. H. Conmerrlal. III. Matta.
The Klenentary and Sclintlfle eoaraaeara Pro
fe!lonal, and almltnU graduatlni therein rtoalr
Stale iit.loM. wotVrrinj the fullnwing oorree
onnding degreee: Maeter of the Klement! and
Matter of the aieae. UraduatM In the other
aoureea reelre Nurmal CertiflrtM of their at
tainment, ilft-ned by the Faculty.
The Profelnal oonreee are liberal, and are
in thoronghneM not Inferior to theie of onr heat
ThaBtaU require! a hither order of eitiien-
rbip. Tbo tine! demand it. It la one of the
prima objaota of thla ichool ta help toeeonre It by
furniehlBg latellirnt and effloieot tMeher tor
her aehool!. To thla and It anliolu yonng per
aoai of good abilitlea and good porpoeea thnaa
who deiire t Improva their time and their Ul
an U, aa itndenta. To all aurh It promleat aid in
aeremping their power! and abundant op porta.
ltii for well paid labor altar leering arhooL
For oatalogua and term! addrttr tlia PriaoipaV
or the Secretary or the Hoard,
BOARD OP TRUSTEES i
3 It TttVrlAta U Tk A tt tl... L 1
..... .w, aw. ve,n. eUVBU DlDWI,
a.H.BIekford.laeinalCfaritt.A. N. Rank, R .
Oook,T. 0. Hippie., Kni., O. Kintilne, E. P. Me
OotBlek, ., W. W. hana.n, V7. U. Brown.
Bel. A, O. Cortl., no.. II. L. blelnbaeli,
wen. rfaaae aierriil. lloD. n m. ttlgler. 4. V. O,
Wtaley.H. Millar MoCorralok, .0.
Pretidenl, Clearfleld. P..
Vloe Preatdenl, Lork Have., P..
' i. Millar Mccormick,
Memury, LMk Have., P..
. Treee.rer, Loek Have., fa.
leek Darn, Pa, Ae(art 4, 1888.1.
I C)n I"' Jay al Buuie. nalii)lea taiirlli
a? U 10 OU free. iJJrJ Bn.o Be.,
Portland, Main. ( Bi.-.h ,fl . ly
ARNOLD II AS ADVAXCKl)
Prccs of Shingles,
SHAVED AX n SAW KI)
l'ii'n.rille, Ja.. , '; !(.
SIIOKMAKINI1.-I kerehy luf.irni nv pa
tron, and mankind in foueral, that I Live
removod my aboemakinir. ahna to the room in
uranam a row, over a. i. enyner a jewelry ature,
and that I aui ptepared to do all kinda of work
1. my lineebeaper titan any otlier anop la low..
All work warranted aa good aa eaa be done any.
where elae. Positively tbia la the rhrapeit ebop
In C'learneld. JUS. II. UKKRINU.
Dee. 11, 1878-tr.
GEO. WEAVER & CO.,
Hara oponad np, In tha itore room lately occupied
by Wearer A Betti.on tiecond itreet, a large and
win vim-ieu norm oi
Dry - Goods Groceries,
UOOT8 AND .SHOES,
QLKKN6WARK, WOOD A WILLOW WARE,
UATS AND CAP-t,
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Which they will dittpufe of at reaionaMt ratal
lor caab, or ei change lor country proUuce,
UE0ROB WEAVER 4 CO.
ClearBalJ, Pa,, Jan. . 1878-tf.
John Irvin & Bros.,
AH Kinds of Merchandise,
SI CK AS-
Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc.
MANI FACTl llERS AND DEALERS IX
KH Alti; TIJIKEK,
AND EVERY DESCUIPTION OF
SAWED LUMBER CUT TO 0EDER.
The Only Mann fact urorn in CIvariKild
County of tli e
NEW PROCESS FLOUR I
I'tOI "It, I'llOP .M l) f'f.'
.1LHU S ." II. I. YIH
LlfCasli paid for nil kindn of
drain Wheat, Eye, Oats, Etc,
Cnrwe.avllle, Pa,, Jnn. 1, 18.H0.tf.
The News From
THE! HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
JJats and Capjj
L II....' I '
That Ever Came into the
AT THEIE STORE, ROOM X0. 1
;!;. t. TOM W. MIHIHI'.
CleartelJ, Pa., ept 21, 1880.8m.
Cheap Cash Store
room so. Tiini:u, iipi;ra IKIIWE.
WIIOI.EHALK A RETAIL HEALER IM
0omprli1i.it Dren (l(nU of tha rry Utait M;lti,
flODiiMinc ta prt ar Etohmmt, MannhaMar
FaaalM, Alpaeai, and all maDner of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Such at Cratr.ni, Mnhatr Luitr, I'Ui-Ii, Drrti
uiiikriiBUiai, uihi urin ui mm TITJ IRIRil
tylaa, and a ebap ai ihty otn ba (old
Is tbii markat.
CamWtlng of Olorw for Oealu, Ladlai and
ainia. llnta or all iba-laa, hilk rrlnRM,
Lrt, Fancy Dran Bnltoni, Ladifli'
Tim of all iharlai and stvlai, Caffi
and Cfillart, BtHbom of all kindt and
qaalHUf. Marino todtrwear, IHmaitBi, a1o.
BOOT3 AND SHOES,
Queeuiware, Hardware, Tinware,
CnrpelH, Oil C loths
LEATHER, FISH, Etc,
Wblck will he eell w.olaaale er reUll. Will take
la Eirh.ti(fe for Otwelf .t Market P.eraw,
wm. j. BorrxR,
f 'learueld, Pw., Vpf. tl,lfMl.tf.
HAVE YOU HEARD
i ovn uoiisk,
1 I M:.in Street,
Tallc alwaya auppllMl with the bull till niaiki
a8'rdN. Tlia traveling imllie la invited u cull.
Jal. l,';8. hdlU'l.i LOYD.
NEW WARIIIXUTON, H.
Tbla nrw and well rurbicbed hi.ur Lu 1m.mii
taken by (he unjereiifned. Ur feeia eotitdatit ol
bet tiff able to rvoder latiffartlun to tboae who may
laror mm wun a call.
May 8, 18!1. 0. IV. DAVIS, r..'r.
NEW WAHIIINtlTUH, TA.
II. D. ROSE, . . P.op.i.Tu..
"The lieat of aeoommodatlona for man and
baaat. A 'ibvral ihare of publlo patronerr" la
aulieiled. iep3u, 'etl.
KJ CLEAltr IKLD, PENN'A.
AXmtKW I' MM, JR., PnprhtM.
Tlii. hotel la kept In flrat-elaaa atyle at renaoii
able ratea. Beat loeatloa In town for tmiineae
men. Krea biia lo and from all traina. Uood
Clearfield, 1'a , Fob. 18, 1881 If.
OLEN HOPE, PENN'A.
TUB nnileralitueil, liavln.; leaaed thla euni
mujl .ua II. .1,1, I. the illoo of (lien llupe,
la now nreparvd to aocotuiuodate all who umy
sail. My table and bar ahall be eupplird with
the beat the market arTonle.
RKORtlE W. 1IOTTS, Jr.
lilen U. ,a, Pa , Man h 28, 1 STW-IT.
SAT-Vm old and well-eMaMUIird Hotel bat
bet'Dleaiod hy the un-larniKiieii, and he leele eon
Ddeul il retnUilnit putlflictiun to tlinee wlio may
patroniie hint, tloml atebiina; aMaiilmd.
I.KWIS C. BLOOM, ProjH.c.or.
April 31, 'HQ If.
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 34 Rotith Third tttreet, Plillajelplila
And Dealers in Government Securities,
Application by mall will receive prompt atten
tion, and all InforinettoD flheerfully furnlahed
Orden aolioted. April 11-tf.
t. K. inaoLD. . W. ARNOLD. J. I. Altltot.B
F. K. ARNOLD & CO.,
IlankcrH mid UrokrrH,
Keyunldavllle, Jefl'enon Co., p..
Money reflelred on depoalt. Diaeonnta at mo
derate tatea. Eaatera and ForeiKB EvohanKeaL
ware on hand and eollretiona promptly made.
Reynoldevllle, Dee. 18, 18N.-ly
County National Bank,
OF CLEARFIELD, PA.
ROOM In Uraham'e Rriik Ilnllding, tuodoon
eait of Fleek A Co.'a Htore.
Paaaaae Tinketa to and from Liverpool, Queena
town, tllargow, London, I'aria and Copenhagen
Alao, Drafta for aale on the Royal Dank of Irelanrl
and Imperial Denk of London.
JAM KB T. L.r.'l3AHU, Frea'l,
W. M. SHAW, Caahier. Janl.'el
J I.. R. nKICIIHOI.D,
1J H (i K ( N UEKTIHT,
Graduate of the PormTlrania Cnllefre of Dental
Surgery. Offiee In rtaiilenee f llr. II ilia, nnnnalte
me nnaw unnae. mcnia, '7s-u.
(tifC.'e in Bank Building,)
t'nrn-euirllle, I'learfleld Co., P..
meh 1! '78-tf.
OPIItJTIVE DEJX TIST,
Wt CI.EAUFIEI.D, PENN'A.
jflejV'Ofnee In realtlenoe, onnoalte Shaw Ilouae.
J. M. STEWART,
lOfnoe In reaijence, Second atreet.)
Nitrimt Otide Oaa adtulnlaterrd fur the pain
era extraction of teeth.
Clearlold, Pa., Mar 1, lXTT-ly.
t'Qfi a wk In vour id town
Tcrtni and $5
VUU ontfui frca. AJJresi II, Hallrtt A Co ,
iLLRTT A Ci
IJEI'.S FOR MAI r. Tblrtaon hrn of
It Italian Jtcca which I will m11 obeap fur
oih, or aiohanjra fur wheat. For further ln
lor nation call on or adilrau tba unrleritnad.
J.F. KRAM EK,
Not Clearfield. Pa.
i. r. an Men. a. h'corkli. j. l. wriulit.
GILICII, McfORKLE & CO.'S
Market Street, tlrarHrld, Pa.
Wa naoufaotura all kinda of Furnitora for
ttinmbftrB. inning Rooini, Llbrarlea and Halli.
If yon want Furnltura of any kind, dm't buy
until yon lee our itock.
la all Ita branrbea, protnntlv attended to.
Oril.CII, MeCORKLR A CO.
ClearOalJ, Pa., tab, (, 71.
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET BTRKET, NEAR P. O.
Tba nnlar!rrjed bear laara to Infortn tba oltl
tf af Claarflald, and tha public gcnarally, that
ba baa on hand a fine Miortmtnt of Furnitora,
neb aa Walnat, Chaitnat and I'alntad Chun hr
Kintal, Parlor Battel, Kaflinlng and Kttemion
Chain, Ladlei' and flenti' F.aiy Chain, tha Par
foraUd I in In and Parlor Chain, Cana HtaU and
Wind nor Chain. Clothai Ran. Hten and Kitan-
lion Lad den, Hat Raoki, 8omhbing Brnihei, to
MOULDING AND PICTITHB FRAMES,
ooktnjt (llaifn, Chromoi, Ac, which would
at table for Hulkdaj praianta.
danlO n JOHN TROI'TMAl.
The Bells Run Woolen Factory
Pann townthip, Clearfield Co., Pa.
Tbeaobaerllera bave, at great eipenae,rebnllta
.elgbborhood aeeaaaity, In the ereetlnn of aelraU
elaaa Woole. Mannfaetorv, wltb all the toodera
Improvemente attaebed, and are prepered te eaake
eJI kinda f Cletba, Caaaltserea, Bati.etta, blaa
bete, rian.ela, Ae. Plentjr ef gooda o. band to
npplj all oar eld and a tho.aand new enatomera,
vrhont we aek te ooaie a.d eiamlne oat atoeb.
The b.atnoea of
OARDINQ AND FCLLINQ
will ree.lv. ear .epeelal atteatlo.. Proper
arrangeaienta will be Bade to reeelre and deliver
Wool, te rolt eeitoaaere. All work warranted and
done npon the ahorteet netloe, and by atrlet atten.
Ho. to bnalaeaa we bope te reallae liberal abar.
f p.blle p.tronaga.
ItMHtO POUNDS WOOL WANTIDf
W. will pav tbe klgbeat aaarhol prlee for Woe
end eell ear feanafMtared gooda m low aa aire iter
food, eaa b. boagbt I. tba ee.aty, a.d waeaovaT
we fall te reader rwaeoaable aatlafaetlo. we eaa
alwav. be fewad .1 koaae m4, I. eaabe proper
aplaauU.., eat her I. perae. or bj letter.
eataifi. juunDun ttons,
aeHUatr ,. p. 9
. CliKAKKl I.IjD, VA.
WKONE.SDAY MHiVI.. MAHCII lit, IH1
! ROBIN HEDEJRKAST.
1 My old tt rl-l. nelclil -r wcr IN a.iy
I (,Vil pltiwli nut ill tin him f P (trie if,
I Purlird fm in ht f lait lL Iticke i f icrny,
And Imlt'iiftl to boar the rublu ftnif.
I Hrr craniHoe, ilayl at tbarblm, elupiml,
I And, erael In fporl boy will be,
'ToM-fl r ituna i the turd, Mho bipMl
Yrutn bough to bUj(h In the apple tree.
"iyy,"tild lbeKrt)diutl)iflr,"hMvaytuoot he id,
My pour, tad bo '. of the flery pit ;
j And hfw drop by drnp lliii uierollut bird
Carrie tua walrr tuat queuutiei tt T
lie brinjc ol .lew In bli little hill,
And let It fall on the taaU of tin j
Yua oan aea the mark on bit reJ hreal Hilt
Of lirei that eounh ai he drcpa It hi.
"Mt poor Hton rbudJyu ! mjr brtaet-burned bird !
HinKlaK o iwtttly Iroin limb to limb !
Vrry dear to I lie httart of our Lord
If be who plliei the U like hliu."
Amen ! I !! tt the beautiful myth ; -Hifipr,
bird ol llnd. in my heart aa well;
Kifh good thought ii a drop wherewith
To cool end lrrn the Area of hi-U.
Prayan of lota like raindrop! fall,
Teari of pit are cooling dew.
And dear to the heart of our Lord are all
Wboxuller tike JJim In the uood the do.
HIS fPEtCII RKFORKTUK El.IOTllRAI.COM
MISSION IN 1.S77.
Jlult. Curpentcr litis ulvyitjn been
coiiHiiK'n J one of the most brilliunt
uml eloqiimit litwyt'is in the country.
In 110 111 00a diil Im tlialinKUiHli lilm
sell' more tliun win n lie ntooil uj lor
liomwty, jurttico untJ po)ulur freedom
before llio Kleclorul C'ommirHion, and
no more memoruble words were spoken
beloro tliut (oininitiMon than Ibopo be
littered on Febrtuiry l.'t, 1877, when
tha Louisiana cue was brought up.
Here in tin extract from Mr. Curpcn
tcr'k speech :
If llio C'oininisriun pkuco, to relieve
sonic anxiety that exists in aonie put ts
of tho country neiir my own homo us
to whom I nppeur for here, I desiro to
ttny in tho Hint plttco tbut I do not up
pear for Siimiirl J. Tildcn. He is a
gentleman whoso acquaintance 1 have
not tbo honor ol; with whom I have
no sympathy ; against whom I voted
on the 7th day ol Novomher last; and
if this tribunal could order a new trial,
I should vulo against him aguin, be
lieving -as I do tliut tho accession ol
tbo Democratic party lo power in this
country to day would bo the greatest
calamity that could befall the peoplo
exc ept ono, and thai onr yrctttrr calami
ty would be to lrq him out by fraud and
fabrhuod. 1 uppear hero (or 10,000
legal voters of Louisiana, who, with,
out accusation or proof, indictment or
notice of hearing, have been disfran
chised by four villains, incorporated
with perpetual nest-ion, whoso official
title is "Tho Keturning Hoard of Lou
isiana." I appear hero for the next
Ilepublican candidate for lite Presi
dency, whoever he may bo, whether it
shall be ono of my friends on this
Commission or nomo other limn, and
insist that this court shall settle a rule
hereby which in that campaign, il we
carry Wisconsin by 1U.0OO majority
for hi in, as 1 bopo we shall be able to
do, no board of returning oflicein can,
by fraud, or falsehood, or bribery, bo
induced or bo enabled (o throw that
Stttto against him and against tbe
voice and will of our people. 1 beg
your Donors to pause a moment and
consider the lesson yon ore to teach to
the future politicians of this country
by this day's wot k. This is no ordi
nary occasion, no ordinary tribunal, no
ordinary cause. An emergency had
arisen which has induced the two
Houses of Congress to create a tribu
nal never before known in tins coun
try; a tribunal made npon whutovor
is most distinguished in this country
lor integrity, for learning, for judicial
and legislative experience to tide tho
nation over a great crisis in its affairs.
Tho decision which yon pronounce
upon this cause will stand as a land
mark in all tho ftiliiro history of this
country ; and 1 ask you to panso and
consider for a moment w hat you are
asked to do here. Thu honorable gen
tlemen from tho Houso who bave ap
peared hero against us do not pretend
that by the votes given on the 7th of i
November Sir. lloyos' electors wore
elected in Louisiana. Xo serious pre
tonco of that kind is made Now, it
you aro to decido in this cuso that, no
matter how great and appalling wore
tho frauds committed in the canvaHS
ing ol their votes, although it bo true
as wo shall offer to prove by record
evidence that they throw out of their
count ovor 10,000 votes lor lho Tiltlen
electors, that is a mutter you will not
consider, might not every honorablo
member of this Commission as well sit
down and write bis l;censo lo posteri
ty lo porpotrate all tho frauds that in
genuity and self interest can suggest?
MR. GARFIELD'S ADMIX IS
I RA TIO.X.
James A. Gaillcld, of Ohio, look his
seat as President of the United States
on the 4th of March. Unlike bis pred
ecessor who has administered tho af
fairs of the government lor the past
four years, .Mr. (iartit-ld is not embar
rassed at the outset of his career by
fraud in his election. Whatever may
bo said of the methods employed to se
cure his election no 0110 will be found
lo disputo tho lad that he received a
majority of the electoral voles of the
United Stales, and his tillo to the
oflico ol President cannot possibly ad
mit of any question. Ho has been
fairly and honestly chosen, and as lho
Chief Magistrate of tbo Nation is en
titled to tho respect of tbo peoplo, at
least until ho shall havo forleited it by
acts similar to those which havo too
often disgraced the administration of
bis predecessors elected by tho Repub
lican party. While It is true that tbe
record of his election lo the high office
is not tarnished by frauds, yet his c
rocr as a representative in Congress is
not freo from taints of corruption
that cannot easily bo forgotten. The
charges established by a Republican
committee of Congress placed Mr. Gar
field in a far from enviable position be
foro tbo country in connection with
tho Credit Mobilior fraud, and bis ac
ceptance of a largo fco for "profes
sional scrvicos" in securing tho pass
age of tho DoGolyer contract appro
priation wcro not what wo might have
expected from a candidate lor the
Presidency ; and when to these aro ad
ded the gravo accusation of porjury we
find that Mr. Garfield's official record
is by no mean an invulnerable one.
liut in the face ol all this be was sup-1
ported by the rank and file of his par-1
ty; factionn wore iiuiteJ in order lo
intiiro iucct'jH, itntl, us ho lure nui.1,
I.t l.u, boon Itally doclhrni the t imko
ol the hlocto.ulCuIloKo8 forPromJ.nl.
uuo 01 t nu 11 waH w "e fi(,llt, ( CvJit Mol.ilkT Will lual, i,
tUt ho would rerivo IU i-upport ofjlmt u tt wrUi but - Um Ui0 m,rit
lho large majority of Jinpuhliiuii, ir
rrspitctiVM of whatever his record
might have been, yet It Wus necessary
for him lo receive tho support of all,
anil litis bo obtained, as we believe, in
largo measure, because the respeulable
element of his party was willing to
condone errors of lho past, believing
as they did that be would piolll byjt,, lbo ,ujn ,, ft numUr ot fcr(,nl,
the lessons taught (luring tbo public
ordeal which utmost swept him, as il
did others, into obscurity, in other
words, tliey believed that Mr. Gar
field would not bj aguin guilty of such
acts, and in ibis wo ate inclined to
agree with them. While of course he
cannot wipe altogether the stains of
past disgraceful transactions ho tun by
a (earless and honest administration of
publio nlTairs lor the next four yen in
do a great deal toward retaining the
confidence of his friends and winning
respect and even the confidence of his
political opponents. Of his ability to
do this there can be no doubt; of his
inlcnlion to do so no person can speak
positively. It will nut bo as easy a
task as somo persons may imagine.
Surrounded as tbo President will bo
by unscrupulous leaders of bis party,
without whose aid he could never have
been eluded ; bound in till probability
by the Mentor compact, lho features
of which W'ill doubtless bo unfolded
early in bis administration, and ham
pered in many other w ays, there are
gruvo apprehensions that Mr. Garfield
will be lho President of tho Iiepubli
can parly rather than the Pict-idcaf of
the whole peoplo. Ho con, however,
breuk tho fellers by w hich ho appears
to bo lied if bo has tho moral courage
to do so, and, instead of exciting the
hostility of sections, can do a great
deal toward breaking down the bar
riers of sectionalism and maintaining
tho commercial prosperity of the coun
try. Wo have no desiro lo prejudgo
his acts or indulge in prognostications
us to what bis policy may probably
bo. Ho is clearly entitled to a bear
ing. As independent journalists we
will at all times accord to tho new ad
ministration tbe fullest credit lo which
it is entitled for everything that should
bo commended, but we shall, on the
other hand, certainly not hesitate to
denonnco such acts as may not de
servo tho support of right thinking
men of all shades of politics. Haiti
M. G EX ERA I.
The mercantile community will be
deeply interested in an order issued
by Postmaster General May nurd to
Postmasters throughout the coun
try, and which went into effect on the
1st inslanl. It rcvokos a "regulation"
msdo by Postmaster General Key in
April, 1870, and in edect requires tlutt
all commercial documents, wholly or
in part in writing, shall be subject to
the ordinary lettor rates of postage
(.'I cents per half ounce), instead of the
third class ruto (1 font per half ounce)
to which Gen, Key's ordur assigned it.
The statuto of March 3, 187!), defining
mail matter of the firsUduss, places
within that category "all mutter whol
ly or partially in writing," excepting
cortaiu specified objects. Tho revoca
tion by Postmaster General Maynurd
of section 2112 of the postul regulations
will subject to first-class, or letter
rates, an immense amount of corre
spondence forwarded by railway and
insurance companies, partly in print,
"prices current" with tho quotations
filled out in writing, deeds of nil kinds
on printed lorms with blanks rilled
in writing, waybills, insuranco policies,
vouchors, cash checks, drafts, and tho
like. Tbo following is the text of the
order referred to :
"It is ordered thai Boction 232, pos
tal regulations, be revoked, and in lien
thereof the following order is made :
"Mailuhlo matter of tho first class
shall embrace all matter wholly or
partially in writing, except as herein
provided. Act of March 3, 187!), tec.
820 Statute, page. 3."8.
"Tho exceptions are as follows :
"1. Corrected proof sheets and man
uscript copy accompanying tho samo.
Ibid, tec. 17, p. 35!).
"2. Dato and name of the addressed
and ol tho sender of circulars, and tho
cotrcction of mere typographical er
rors therein. Ibid, tec. 19, p. 31.0.
".'1. Hills, receipts and ordeis for
subscriptions, enclosed in second-closs
publications provided such bills, re
ceipts, and orders shall bo in such
forms as to convey 110 other informa
tion than tho name, location, and sub
scription pneo of the publication, or
publications lo which they refer. Ibid,
sec. 23, p. 301.
" I. Tbo namo and address of tbe
person to whom second-class mtttlor
may be sent, and index figure of a
subscription book, and words of fig
ures, or Kntrt, indicating thai rlsln n
which tho subscription to such matter
will end. Ibid, tec. 22. p. .'ItiO.
"5. Upon matter of tho thiid class,
or upon the wraiuier inclosiiiir tho
same, tho sender may write bis own
namo or address, with the word 'from'
above and preceding lho samo, and in
either cose may make simple marks,
intonded lo designate a word or pas
sage of lho text lo which it is desired
lo call attention. Ibid.
"6. There may bo placed upon lho
cover or blank leaves of any book, or
of any printed matter of tbe third
class, a simplo manuscript dedication
or inscription. Huch dedication or in
scription must be confined to a simplo
address or consignment oi such book
or other printed matter, as a mark of
respect, and must not contain any
thing lhat partukos of tbe nature of a
personal correspondence. Ibid.
"7. Upon matter of tho fourlh class
tho sender may write his own namo
and address preceded by the word
'from,' and also tho number and names
of lho inclosed. Ho may also writo
upon or attach to any such articles,. hy
ing or label, a mark or number, namo
or loiter for purpose ol Identification.
CoN8Uiimo, Ikdied. A religions odi
tor down in Georgia makes the follow
ing observation : "Gold is found in
thirty six counties In the State, silvor
in three, copper in thirteen, iron in
forty three, diamonds in twenty-aix,
and whiskey in all of tbem ; and the
last gels awsys with all the rest."
IIOY CiCDIT MOilLIKH WAS
M ISLT4X DKfiSTUOO.
How on lhfi nt ,ino uf (.0IllW
Hion ftl)d ttVoi(Iallcl) by lho )urticfl im
of t.iurure tu,d (but reasmi will
command somo measure of respect.
The fiint lino nf defense generally
adopted in the sudden panic tbut ful
lowed the exposure, wiis stout denials
all around, with a few rare and cer
tainly fintuiiato exceptions; but the
I'olund Committee unanimously fasten
men, and then tbey all struck out for
them'clves. Somo said that they mere
ly nibbled but didn't bile; others BuiJ
lhat they wore 0 night without under
standing tho fraud, and others insisted
tnul they purchased because it was
right at tbo time and retired wheu il
became a lover to compel Congressional
obedienco to speculative interests. Tho
lew who boldly said lhat they bought
lho stock, made what tbey could legit
imately out ol it and never votod or
intended to direct their votes in Con
gtess to serve themselves, were acquit
ted by tbe public; but the baiters, the
duiyors, tho prevaricators, wcro all
more or less smirched and have nevor
been done with explanations.
In General Garfield's recent atllhen
tie explanation of Credit Mobiliergivcn
for Colonel Conwcll's campaign biog
raphy, that corporation und its au
thins were denounced as frauds and
swindlers; but that brought the sons
of Oakes Ames to a consultation over
tho gravo of thcil father, and tbey pro
posed to tuko tho aggrcssivo thorn-
selves if Colonel Conwcll's book was
not modified. The result was that tho
sons of Ames have made a most plausi
ble explanation of the wholo businoss,
anil tho lino of defenso adopted for the
present campaign is that the Credit
Mobilier wasn't so bad after all, and
that tho time will soon eomo when it
ill bo regarded as ono of the most
commendable achievements of our
statesmanship. It will require con
siderable effort to get -tho average
public and Musi's cartoons up to that
point; but tho organs aro all solid on
tbo question now, and General Gar
field's denial of all connection or in
tended connection with Credit Mobi
lier, will bo regarded as a sudden freak
of lorgetfuloess, as was clearly intima
ted by lho Poland Commitloo. Tbo
necessities of a Presidential campaign
are capable of working wonders In
moulding the judgment of partisan vo
ters; but the stubborn sense and in
tegrity of tbe nation never changes
throngh all the mutations of those
whose flexible virtno yields to parly
wants. He that is filthy will be filthy
still '.Philadelphia Times.
A PRQFOVXD QUESTIOX.
Colonel Korney, in a recent number
ol his Pmynst, remarks :
"Why should tho honest peoplo of
the interior of Pennsylvania hi) called
upon to vote puro ballots il every
year their voice is stifled by tlninscnds
of fulso voters led by the Republican
jobbers in tho city of Philadelphia?
That question has been vainly asked
by our best cilitens. A monstrous
evil was not only not denied by honest
Republicans, but regularly repeated by
the city bosses at cvory succeeding
election. At last it attracted the at
tention of the gentlemen of both par
ties in Philadelphia. Tho, outrages
had become so notorious that, to pro
teel themselves, to secure their own
property, to stop overtaxation, and
the squandering of the publio rovonuo,
our non-partisan men resolved to as" I.
For many yoars tho authors of the
now reform scorned an aetivo partici
pation in politics, Bave to en-allow and
support a set of Republican idlers, who
shouted a superfine nnd superficial
devotion to Republican principles.
Garfield's colossal majorities last No
vember wcro ono means ol opening
tho eyes of good men to aggravated
frauds that could no longer be conceal
ed ; and when, in addition, the rich
and honest Republicans of Philadol
phia saw tho way in which their thou
sands wero plucked and plundered,
and lho consequent defiant elevation
of tho worst men to lho highest offi
ces, they felt that they must como for
ward, or bocomo consuming parlies to
villainies they could not deny. Thon
Ihcy took a stop which-, in its first trial
has filled a wholo people with grati
tude and joy, and arrested a groat Bnd
growing danger. 77ns first trial al
ready proivt that at least a do:en or more
elections in Pennsylvania haiv been de
cided, since the rebellion, in famr of cor-
rnpt men by false majorities in Philadd-
mm It has been a frequent and al
most public boost of some of tbo Re
publican lenders that they counted out
tbo Democratic candidate) for Govern
or, Asa 1 acker, and lbo iieonlo s can-
lidtttcs for Mayor, Colonel McCluro,
and Joseph Caven, a few years ago,
and that it was a common thing logive
seals to the vilest men in the State
Legislature and City Counrils wbo
never were chosen by lho people. And
what I now say on this subject of
fraudulent elections in Pennsylvania
is not only no news lo thousands of
men of both parties in this State, but
is ono of several more that might bo
truly related and acoopted by most of
lho Republican leadors."
"Government Slop." An oxchange
says: 'Mary Clommor writos to the
Now York Independent that the com
plaint of Hayes' stinginess and lack of
hospitality at tho Whito Ilonso during
tho social reign of himself and his wifo
aro unrounded and unjust. Sho de
clares that Mrs. Hayes has been the
must gracious hostess at the Whito
House for many years, and that the
entertainments givon thcro in tho past
lour years have been moro numerous,
elegant and truly bospilabla than in
any previous corresponding period."
A Mark or Meiiit. An exchange
says; "An old man rapidly acquired
30,000 worth of property at McGregor,
Iowa. Feeling that he would soon die,
he wroto loltora lo his relatives in the
Kast,solicilingaid tooarryhim through
a bard Winter. Tho onlv roanonnn
was from a nioco, who sont him ISO
out of hor earnings as a school teacher,
and to hor he has left bit entire estate.
The sudden withdrawal of troops
from Afghanistan and negotiating for
peace with the Boers may indicate that
Urittania wants her boy regiments to
onaia homo again to prevent boycotting-.
jpOH TINWAIWJ, II A II I) IV A II K,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
KkKbLKr). ATTACIIMKNT8 AND I'AltTS,
and all kinds of
(). P.. MKIUiEI.L, . Agent,
CLKARFIELI), PA. .Tune I, '0 If.
James 1m. Lcavy.
II.. Dg purtlik5vi ttit ntira ttook ol' Frotl.
Ktekelt, bnrebj (fiei nulle tint b hu inorsd
Id to ihw room latly oceuiiUd by Itcet) A l.werly,
on Boaond ttrevl, where h In prtimrrj U oiler ta
of tb latMt lDifrov.).J ,Utrrn, t low priao.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Gas Fixtures and Tinware.
Kuofing, Hioat.iig, 11 u tubing, On Fitting, ind
Kfj airing 1'jnipt a tync-MXly . Ai
A nT tiling in my lint will be order. I upecUl if
deiiretl. JAS, L. Li? AW.
OlxufieJ, IV, Jetnuar 1, 1879-tf.
i. I MRU a CO.
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODLAND, CL'F'DCO,, P.
ROMpcntfully solicit their putrons
and the puhlfo generally to etl atij ema
in tbeir new utuck of
Spring and Summer Goods
Ciihhiti.'i'cn, VelTOtecnn, Oolaino,
Lawns, Ginirliama, Prints, Un
blea'thod mid Hlcnolio.1 Min
ims, Kuncy Skirls, Shoot
ings, Tickings, Carput,
iiarrs, Oil Cloths,
Choviot and Porcnlo
Shirts, Hlovcs, Neckwear,
Men's and Hoys' Clothing,
lints, Caps, Hoots, Shoos, etc., elo.
Groceries & Geii'l Merchandise
Will be found oi first quality, and
satisfaction is guaranteed. Tho fol
lowing nro always kept on - hand.
isomo lew onlv in their season):
Sugars, Tens, ColToos, Spires. Syrups,
uoniociiononos, uranges, Lemons.
Bananas, Figs, Dates, etc, Ilurd
ware, (Juconswaro, Glassware,
Tinware, Wood and Willow
waro, Puints, Oils. Clocks,
Trunks, Vnlises, Mirrors,
& Miners' Supplies,
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July 28, lSSO-tf.
The only 8-Flange Safe in the World,
More Improvements than any Safe
made, such as
Moro secure from Burglars than any
Fire Proof Sale, and no oxponso
in repairing BolU or Locks.
Patent Hinged Cap,
Inside Iron Linings,
Solid Angle Corners.
These Safes ro now heng sold in
this Stato In
And give lho
Being the Most Ilighly Finished,
Sect Mado, tvnl Choapost First-
vaiasi b& a lYor r roaucod.
These Colobralod Salca had the
Great Boston Fire,
And since that time orkat and inpor-
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othor conoorn, send for prioos nnd
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G. B. GOODLANDER,
Has (h Largest Clrrulatlol of uiy paper
In Northwestern Peunaylranla.
The lttrgo and eonntuntly increasing
circulation of the Bipubmoan,
rendera it valuable to buBiuerm
men as a medium thro'
which to reach tbe
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If paid in advance, . . . 12 00
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county puyruent must be in advance.
Ton lines, or less, 8 times, , 1160
Each subsequent insertion, 50
Administrator' .Notices, . .2 50
Executors' Notices, . . . . 2 60
Auditors' Noticos, .... 2 60
Cautions and Estrays, . . . 1 60
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Professional Cards, 5 lines, year, 6 00
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One square, 10 lilies, . . , 18 00
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Tbree squaros 20 00
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FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Oeo. II. Oooillander,
ClearOcId Coontj. Pa.
Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs.
Curweniville, Jan. V, '7 tf
ENCOUIUGK HOME INDl'STItY.
Til R undena.fcntri, httvltitf tUi.ll.licJ ur
try oa tti 'Pike, lout Ulf way liptw,,
Clearfield ind Curweniville, ! prepared lo fu,
Oiih all klndi of KHUT TKKKA, (.tdtrd r.J
dwarf,) Krerprteni, Bli rubbery, (lrt, Vn,i
(Jootrr7, LawtoB ltlackhrrrj, Strtwlicrrt'
anil Haipbrrj Vines. Alio, hiber.an Crab Tr.t
Vuloci, and aarlj scarlet Khul.arb, Ao, OrKri
promptly frttauduU to, Ad'ireaa,
J. I. WllhiliT,
A Bargain !
FARM FOli SALE!
Th Dndtrilgucfl i.fTiTf at privnt nil thit t U
nihl farm alluaied lo (IK A HAM lUW.NHIU'
Clearfield county, knowo ai tlia
C'lnUining 122 cri, fcrt of which are
and Ii a iii thereon ereetcil a larre fr"ie ting;!
trig huute, larifti fra:ur hum. ami the otl.t r r
saiy outbuilding, togcilitT wni a Urge o.clitrj
good water, eta. Tba prrty will lc t.,ui (iq
riry aay lennl For ttmhtr artlcuh.rti irn,uirt
of the IsohriUr, In j-erion, or by letier.
Clearfield. Pa , Man-fa 1Kb, l-.Ml.-if
IMPROVI TfT tOURe
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Splttiuff of Hlv.l. Hrviirhlt'.. A-"li':n (V : )
aii'l a!l d:vw i f tlio I'jlin . ry i
I'rlrt? at r-,;t null Ohm I'n.'.
OUENTHER & CO. Prou. uorv.
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October 27, 1810 flu.
READING FOR ALL I i
BOOKS STATIOSER Y
Market SU, l learflcM. (at tUm peat i in,, t,
TIIR anderiifCnrd begs leave to aiii.'.uii.'t (.
tht eitiieni of Clearfield and lemur, (Lat
h kai fitted up a room and bai jutt f iu,'
from tba city with a iBrge amount nf rs,i,!,r.
mat tar, eoniiiting in (tart of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Becks,
Blank, Account an J Paaa Uoolc i.f ,),.
erlptioo t Paper and Enrelopen, re net. f rt--a
and plain j Pani a tad Pencil i ; blur; it
Papari. Ietdi, Martpafffc; .lu.Ipmcrt, Ft;.;.
tion and Promiiary notn; While m.d Wn.-u.
ment Urief, Legal Cap, Record Cup, ud Hi!, C, ;,
Sbeet Mui., fur either Piano, flute or Vi-:-;,,
eonltantlj on band. Any bonk or itni ;.r.nrr
deiired tbat I ma; not hara on band. will W or :T d
by fint iiprtn, and told at whol emit, or rcuil
to nit uitomen. I will a bo keep rn'air
llttratarf, lueb ai UaKasinei, Kewfunverv Jt
P. A. (.A!
Claarflald, Miy 7, ISftS-tf
Hereafter, rooJi will be idd fr,r CASH t-r,'t.
or lo xchore for produce. ISo boit wi!! te
kept in tba future. All od areounti nurt Ir
ettled. Thm who cannot cafb up.willpn'
hand over their no lei and
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I am determined to Mil ur roodi at n,b
prieaa, and at a dmeoant fur blow thai fier
offered is thia vielaitv. Tha ditutit I aJ'.o mi
eaatumera, will make them rich in twenty jttlf
uej ioiiow my aavio ana buy tneir gotiti ir
l. 1 will paj oaab lor wheat, onti amt rli.ui
ed. DANIEL flOODLAMJKK
Lutbcrtburit. January 17, 1ST7.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
PAINTS, OII.S, DYE STl'FF
Or ALL KINDR,
PURE WIXES AMD LIQCOKS
for mediolral purfoaat.
TruiMi, Support era, School Booki and St-'.t-
found Id a Drag Stort.
VULLY OOMPOUNDKU. HarinR a .are
pertenea in tha bualnaia the? oan ive entirf
J. O. HARTSWICK.
M JOHN F. IRWIN.
ClearBeld, DMnr.r I A. IST4.
la n cniportiul nf Hit; vlrttii nf a;inHpiirilla.
"ttllirtitia, mnti'lniki., vell,,w ,l,. k. with Hi'
Imli'l.! ol i,tah nnil Iron, all imw.Tfiil l'i'""1'
nmkilicf. llno-rfnnaliip:. anil Itfi'-an.lfimina
r-lonieiit. It le tlin puri.at, wifral, Rii'l )n
pvrry war the, mi At ofTiK-liiAl alti.nillve iij"1i
rhui knoivn or avuilnlik lo ir iiiMio. 'Mi'
fc'lriii'n nf ioll, inn m,, rlii-iiiiatrv lm"
nev,.r irn,liire,t no valimMr. a n-ninlv, nor
one ao iot,-nt to rnre all iliaenai-a r.ulni.B
Irotn Inijitir,. I.lootl. It riiri'H H.-rofnln. '"'
nil aorrilli,iie iliacntra, Kr alpi'liia, li''.
or St. Anthony' l-'ln., 'IMintih'a ami
I'lirr-ttrillia, 1'iiMlilr. Illnti-hra. H"iK
rumors leltnp, lluinon. Hull lllieiim,
H-nhl-lii-iiil, Klncnorni, I'lrrra, ("irrti
heiiiiiiit,ni, M. rourliil Dlaraac. Nr"
rnlttli., I Vmnlr. U rnknp anil lrr. lt"'
liirlin., .1,11,11, Hrr, Alliftliina of
l.lier. liH,f Kniatliitlon, "
t. rill ml lleil.lllly,
riy It. ar-nn-liiiitr anil rlennalntl niial'ti
II 1'iinrra out. Ih,. foiel .orriiitnn !'""
rnht.uiuii.ii., tlin I,IihxI, an.l rnuae ili-rniie-lll'-llt
mill ! nv It .iim,.int..a ..! ,tliv,-n.
Ihi' vtlnl fiuif-llona. Il iirniniitr'a eni-riri ami
alri'iiulli. It rixitnrra ami prwu-rviM. Ii'-ai'"'
Ii tiituae n.'W hti. ami 'is-,r throimhi'iit "rt
Imli. avati'in. Nu eiiffiTi-r from mi "li1
litrli nriana from linpiirtir nf the t.loml n'"'
fli-.ivilr.nhnwlll give. Amit'a HARr" 1 1
1'ilr trial. Itrmeinilior, Inn aarlK-r !
tl liil, llio aN-edter thu euro.
Iia rorlpn hu lioen ftirnlahnl to phTal'l"""
ev,-rywlti'ri.j anil tlipv. rii'offnlalnii itaaiipe
rlor iiuiliti,a, a. I nun later It In llnlr iracii'
For nr-arlr fortr reore Arua'a B";
Kll.l.a Iiim lievn riilljf nenl. anil II ""' fj
nAa the mmnilnre, nf million, nt PJ
who have xwriatir.l bnnijlu from 11 I"1
relloua turatlve rlrtuaa.
Prepared by Or. J. C. Aytr fc Co.,
ITMUeeil aael AemlrUeeJ Oaa. lee
ao n u mmM trurw'