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If in drni.oe,or within three month.,.., it
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f,,i,iJaftrtheeipiratlonef til monbtt... I N
tirltioftut l.uUrnital Chureb RaT.Oiu.
Lnnv, Pait'-r. feriieef every Sabbath it lt
A, M., end M r. M.
Sabbath Hnhool Hi A. U.
.'rever Meeting vary Wedntaday, at T) P. M
Cnan union Ber-iee, fint Sabbath of owy
ii.mtn, at ii A. M.
ctl Clearfield M, E. tharcbR.T
iIk.roi B. Aura, Peitor. Preaching ever
t!trroatt Huoday, at I o'olook, P. M. Buoday
irhooi tt Jit . jd. au art titvlted to attend,
l'reb)terlnn ChurrhHT. H. 8. Botlb.
"iibhaih aemce morning and tTeaing heb
,ith Bekool at V A. M. Prayer Meeting Wodnee
Hiptm a. nurrn kit. , Faator.
- ii.httb School at I P. M. Prayer Meetlag mrj
t.ineaaey or tiling.
St. Prancln' I hurch Cathollr Met. P
J.SHKaiDA. PiTlnt strvloi at 10 A. M., on
tbs flrit. third and fourth Sunday of each month
Vciprra and Benediction of tha Rloaiod Saerameat
it 7ooioit, r. H.--ruoday School ertry Dan day
afternoon at ottota.
Tim or bold i at qDinTia inatoia ovdet.
Second Monday of Jen nary.
Third Monday of Uarofa.
First Monday af J una.
Fourth Monday of September.
tin a or lotntni con mom mat.
Pint Monday of Jane.
Heoitnd Monday of November.
"Will yon take wheat, oat or Oura far tub
eription V W are often Inquired of in thia way
,y letter from patron who it-aide at a diitanna
trim Clearfield. We again aay yea. Tba receipt!
i.! a rerpnmihla mcrrhent or nilll owner in (be
vluioily, will aniwar ua jut aa wall aa tha caib.
Tn ill'.uatrata : If any of our patroni will deliver
i.i a bug of grain at tbo mill of Joiapb H. 11 rath,
in Cheat township, JJuraoe l'atobio, In Burnaide,
'ihoinaa II. Force y, la Urabain, Wa. Porter or
In Lawranoe, or Drown A Seyler'e, at
Kmkton, Ion townahip, and forward their
rr-rlpte lor th anount, wa will ere'lit them on
tlii'ir account for tba aauia. In tbti way all uay
n pay what tbey own, If tbay will puriua tbia
'flu .Icilirtu are tnimp.
. Klerk ia mny at opening new rmmIh.
Watclu ft triin ran teed for M at KmIiVh jew-
, ) ry store.
The iwoU are licii.jr, tin-orated in gaudy
The rmiil tK'twcen tliis filuef anl lYnlidil
i- in cxn lUnt romtttion.
Mr. T. A. Flick, of thi pl:ut, wanvinitlng
ii riiiliwlmrK liwt witk.
Mi. I). W. Moore and Mi Kmnindrnlmin
iv visitine friendfi in ItnNikvillp.
(.in. Hnvt delivered nil nddrees at tin
;r. xik 1 ille Fair on Wedlidiiy of hwt week.
Ociilhart h;w entered the mnt-hine
. tii Itifiler, Ueed & Co. a an apprentice.
rstli-y Norri hiw purchased the projierty
.1! itu- M". Kav Wriuli-v estate on Third MtwI,
l:anl;.H Hulmea w hnvinK Ills proierty on
tin curin'rof Si'iindimd Pinewtni-t put ingiod
1 . r.
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Mattie Kohn hiu returned from her
vi-it nisi, nnd i niiiiin at hcrpoat Inllirmilll.
111 r.v department of T. A. Kleek'a tore.
Mi Annie W'ooldridfte, milliner at H. I'h
unit) & Co.'h Htore, hna ri'tlirned to Clenrlleld
ali. r an nlieenre of neveral montha In i'hiln-
nt ice the niinouneenient of A. Thnnluuiier.
merchant tailor, In thin iwue. He makea the
list lit and given the liest witinfnction of any
tailnr in town.
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due good renwin we have for predicting a
nuitimiiincc of the drouth ia that Vennor haa
said we would have nn nlmndHiiee of rain
alNiut thin time.
William I. Whitney has la-en apKinted
liiisengir and HratfdaMi freight agent at
tl eola, in the place of .1. KiUman, n-signed,
1 1 il ate from OctolHT li.t.
The restaurant on MtKiond utreet, lately
ia lied hy I). Ii. Fulerton, haa changed hnnds
twice within the pnt fortnight. Joeeph S.
Iiiiwem is the proprietor nt pri-scnt.
Ail work done hy me ia guaralitee.1, and
if there is n fuiltn. the money will lie
n liuiiled. or the johcnuipleted in wnrknulll
hke mniitier. H. ili llKXRY.
Tln Lojran Itrothera of thia plaeo are ereciv
iiii; the huildinip at the Wnllaeeton Fire Ilrit k
Works. Senator Wallace k one of the rhlef
iiiatiiigerN of thk enlerprine.
Hun t lornet that H. A. Kratzer k agent
i.r Win. Hall A f'o.'a Jameatown Alpwa
Mi IN, Iticliardson'a Klmira Hoot. Carlkle
tint SIkh nnd MeCalla Taper Fattenw. :tt
V. J. Hotter know in the ewtern eitiea
Itiiviiig a new utoek of Fall and Winter good.
The new good, will arrive at hk atore in the
opera Houne in a ft'W dnya. C'nll and we
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Seven out of the eight enndidatea nominated
lr county oflh-ea on the Kemorrntie tirket
liiKt week ure named John. Hut that don't
indicate hy any mean that it k a "Cheap
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A large crowd of people utteiided the
itaeeolu iwh on Monday. Horae-mcing, nnd
;i fiMit-rice 1-etween a couple of men. afforded
:tmuaentent for all, and everything pnwed off
orderly and phMintly.
I,nwrenee (iningp, at ila next regular meet
ing. tVtoU-r I"), will dkcuM the qneation,
' What ahnll we do fiir aBiilmlitnte forthehay
cmpnixt year?" and, "What will prevent
the ravage of the gruh-worni ?"
.1. H. MrFadden, of the (JfMdu Ilirrille, k
attending Court thk week, in the capacity of
juryman. Accompanied hy Mr. KcKlgera, of
(tacenla, he gave un a call on Tuewlay mom
ing. "Mac." k a pleHHaut little fellow.
Hour it wo Don. "How do yon munage,'
anid a lady to her friend, "to apn ar au ItHppy
imdgood naturedall the timer" "I alwaya
lime J'arker'a Ciingi'T Tonic haniiy," waa the
trply, "and thua eiwily keep niynelf nnd fam
ily in god health. When I am ell I nHaya
1. 1 good natun d." Kend alont it in another
I'aul F. Weaver gave an oyster aupper to
tlir inemhcm of the t-rpheua Comet Hand, at
V S. Khowera' reaUnnutt lant Friday evening.
m the act waa highly appreciated hy all who
:irticipttted. Mr. M. hna realigned mnmni-
tin. having heretofore played a tuha horn,
hut mill ret:. In hk membership in the or-
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Maine'i New (irent ttolden lnternntional
flmw, with which the "Jacket Chy" Wilnon
f 'mily of thin place are traveling thk neaaon,
ill exhibit at Oaeeola to-day i Welnewlnyl,
! nt limitdale on Thurwluy. The aggre-
mnu uIm imludea "The Koyid KnglklH
'vMiuiaaiuin, Henicr'a Ideal Humpty Thimpty
1 "inpimy nnd (J rand Congreaa of Noveltiea."
Hie ilitor of the f Witra haa been charged
nh iilimmt every crime down In the d
I "line, but thnnk fortune, he hna never been
tii'iui riinugh to ptibhuh an? hop hitlera or
t .'woliaoiladTettiaement-' A. )'. Ctfura.
!y refereiiee to the patent half of the
Mine Mieet containing the nhove declaration,
'"th advert kementa allnded tfteai he found.
H then lie k not reaponaible for the New
V'-ik pnrt. We only mention thk to give hk
f putatinn for truth and veracity proper
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OeathafMn. Dr. Burchfitd.-(Nir clliaeiw
re wdly aurprked on Wednesday mom ing
"l to hrnr the Announeenient that "Mra, Dr.
!u hlli-ld k ivadV Her death Uak pUu
her lioinr in thia pl, after a Tery brief
iltnew. she waa lot nmuy yeatii a faithful
'ii' inl- rtif tl,.n..rrti,lft Prralu trituiClirjr.-h.
h)x wan noble wife and derated sad
"fWlinnnta mother. A htwband and 8re
Hiil.lMinrelcn to mourn I
fhilid nilver watrhn for $0.50 at Kol.
The Puitxautawnrr Ktir
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cununurllw miann- oftlita wrtk
Tbli f.r barralai U ..,l..
""ul i.iuin at Hltllng.r 4 Ki.k'i.
Wantttt'.K wuple of bay, irtai to
riu ram. Aim rtnJnhn A u n
N t htuw'i horw lawk third niinwy In
iiHat thf llronkvillr Fair. Hhf riff M..h.ffi..
Ktuj- did nt tmt nt all.
Hairy Mi Hrnry Kill In nt the AIIlwn)-
iiiiupw, in I'lrarnrid, diirinij the Kair wwk
and irody i rfialr wat.hwl, Jfelry, 4o., In
- .,im. i.iit aim wnrKmanlikr mannn.
Fv Salt. The nn.l.mipu d ofrm for mle
rry n'nwinuhle the Imit bull In the count v
A. B. Tatk,
W-:lt llier I', t). Clearfield Co. l'a.
Those permiia he. want watch or Jea elry
reired ran have it tlone promptly and at
n-awmame ne ny railing at the Allegheny
firm. There ia a new flrw in .... n
We learn that John K. Johnntnn h.u
innaea a nair intereat In the itore of David
Metliiron, and the firm hereafter nill be
lli ilbnin A JolinHton.
Aa we go to preaa this(Tueaday) afternoon,
the Kcpulilican County Conveuiiou ia in
slon in the hall of the American Jlechaniiw,
for the purKiae of nominating atndidatc for
Associate Judge and other county nfllcea.
The third annual Jelfrmon County Fair,
Hem nt llrookvHle lust week, wna largely at
tended, and was considered a good Fair by all
who witncmcd it. The crowd on the grounds
on Thursday was estimated at between S.OCXl
and 1(P,(KH) people.
List of letter, remaining unclaimed in the
totofllce at Clearfield, l'a., for the week end
ing Hcptemlier 2mh, 188 :
John Itryan, John Hall, Mm. Husiin Coffin,
Mra. F.lizalieth Clark, Mra. Isay Dugan, A
A. llibl, Mrs. Chaa. W. Jonea, Miaa Martha
Lew ia, Chaa. McLaughlin, Miss Carrie Ostium,
. rainier t:i, Thomas Fatten., Mrs.
P. A.OAfl.l.s, 1'. M
To tht Ladit! would rcHixctfiillv
iwk nu ex mm nation of the viirioiin ntylea,
Hhiulcn uml KrudeH of CiuiH-la Ihnr. Aniinre,
Snruli, (i crster mid Moniie Clotlw, An and
inncy nrHti-dM, Alpaciw, Serjiin, Ac, manu-
fiictiirrd hy the KroHdhond Worsted Milk.
A?k for thee j(fW)dn nnd see that tlicv .tear
the tnidr-mark of Wm. Broudhend A Kims,
Jameatown. N. Y. For wle in Umrfii ld at
FLF.CK'H store. 0-7-tf
Do Tou Wanta Store It in near tlie mwmn
of the yeitrwhen you will lie thinking of
imttiiijr, tip atovets mid Mr. Fred Harkett
wUheji to announce to the public th.it he luw
just reeehed a large variety of K'd and
h 11 lid mi r jmrlor stove, eookinn Mtovea,hent
injt Htoxea nnd ruiiKt-x. ( all at hk more 01
Heeond Htrei't and nee them. All kinds of tin
and Nheet-iroii ware on hand and for mile at
price, or exchange for country
Good Luck. Six month ago ex-Hheritf Fie,
of OhccoU, 11 mi Ft tertiarnier, of Fn-nchville,
purchuncd a large timk-r tract in Mi K can
county, on the I'hiladelphia and Krie Hail-
njiid, near Kane, upon which they have leen
op'ratiug during the iist Hummer. We
learn that they luue dkKiwd of their Inter
est to Mef-wra. Otto and Hubb. of Willinnm
port, nnd Mr. Corrycll, of St. Mttrva, for
((,himi. This lets our mutuid friemk "out
of the woods" with a good margin, and they
will, no doubt, hen-after confine theniHelveH
to theit legitimate huHinem.
Court Week. Hon. C. A. Mayer, Fnident
Judge, nnd Amociute .Tudgea Ogden nnd Holt
are presiding at the preaent term of Court,
which wan (idled on T new lay morning. J no.
Shaw, and John Fenton, of Ijiwrence town
ahip, and I). Wood Jordan, of Clearfield bor
ough, were nworu in m Countable. J. F.
Htciner, of Oeeatur township, wna appointed
Foreman of the Grand Jury, which, after
being sworn, were sent to their room. Con-
table Jordan was placed in charge of the
(irnnd Jury. After the Coiwtubloa of the
county handed iu their returns, tho list of
Traverse Jurors waa called over, and the
Court proceeded with the regular bum new of
the term, the trial of (Quarter Hemion caaea.
The attendance k not nnunnlty large.
Reunion of the 84th Regiment In accord
ance with the deaire generally expreaacd a
reunion of the oft'icem ami men of the Kighty-
fourth regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer,
will 1e held in Attoona on Thursday, Orto-
k-r, 20th, 1HH1. Headqiiartcn will he at the
Miiaonic Hall, pOHtofiic1 building. The officera
are requested to wake special effort to reach
the men of their respective companica, ao
that no soldier of the regiment whose where-
aliouta can le ascertaineil will be overlooked.
All officers and enlisted men are earnestly in
vited to attend and take part in the reunion
Clearfield county sent tome of the beat ma
terial that wna in the regiment and all that
are left should attend the meeting in Attoona
on the 70th. Cnpt. Kotert Johnwm, of Al-
toonu, will hnve charge of all preliminary
"A word to the wise is sufficient." An
effective and agreeuble remedy for the treat
in en t of Catarrh, Hay Fever and Cutarrhal
Gallic k Fly's ('room Halm. A sure en re.
Cream Halm effectually cleanses t he mwal
UL-Miigc of catarrhal virus, eAusing healthy
wvn'tion. allays inflammation and irritation
protects the memtmtinal lining of the head
from additional etdds, completely hcak the
Mores and ntorcthe Hene of t.ifte and smell.
Heiiefirinl nults are n aliied by a few appli
cation. A tlummgh tn-atment a direited
will cure Catarrh. As a household remedy
for fsdd In the head it k uimiuttlcd. The
Hiil in k eany to use and agreeable. 8old by
ilruggkls at JV4I cents. On receipt of cents
will mail paekage. Kend for circular with
full information. Fly's Cream Halm Com
pany, Owego, New York. For sale in Clenr
lleld hy nil the drnggkt.
c?(77tetit Gentlemen. 'tht Newport Irttyrr
give the following information relating to
imr local printers' association : The retiring
Fxecutive Committee of the Juniata Valley
Fruiters' Association was to meet in Newport
hiat Saturday, but when the hour of meeting
arrived there were ouly three who put in
npenrancp Messrs, K. (Vmrad, MeVeytown
Journal; H. A. MiFike, Khcnshurg Vrraa,
and J. H. Irwin, Altoona Rtdirat. Aflerdin
ner the meeting was called, but an there waa
no quorum present and a very brief time left
k-fore the arrival of the Mail train went, It
waa resolved to adjourn to meet at Curwens
ville, Clearfield conntv, on Saturday, October
1st. It k to be hoped that there will lie at
least a quorum present, as it k neecswHry that
the Imsinewi Im settled op. Hro. J. II. Hhelb-
ley, of the Aitntctttt nnd J'tr, as present
and received his flrst Instructions as commit
teeman. We want to see no more of this
"ragged edge" work.
Birthday Celebration. The 7Hth birthday
anolreriary of Oanrgt Parjrer, formerly rail ding
ar Clear B Id, waa aelehratal at all homo in
Mnrrk toublp, aa tba Iftth iait , tbara balog
preeant eoaia at at af hit relatlra and frianda.
After devotional eiereUee, an aieelUat dinner
waa aerved In good atyle. A aorrapposJaat aendi
n a Mat of tba praieaia given vn tbli ooeaalon,
aa fill low 1 1 Tbreo of kia children, who war ab-
lent, aant biaj a vary fln bat i Laliater Bargar,
dree t mot bar IM ra, lajluf, a J ma to Mother
Mra. Cord ia Harar, pair ahoet to mother-la
law i a grand eon, boa of eaodiee ta grand pa j a
grand eon, a handkerchief to graad-paf Mra
Pierea, nlaUaf grapaa ta Mr. and Mr. Bargee.
i. B. Hue, pair of ihoaa to fathar-ln law i Nri
Helen Labarry,a veil to mother j Mn. Taylor,
oollar and tl la moibtri Mr. Ha, pair aheea
tofatbari Mend Tnrnr, a Ina ahirt to grandpa
grand bob a fllk kandhonblef ta grandpa i Mra.
Jano Drown, a draaa to mother t Mr. Latin at
Bargcr, pair pantaloon to father : Mln Maad
Tornar, n wblt flirt to grandma ; Rnth To mar,
n ahawl to mother i Mra. He, a dreia to mother;
A. 0. Tarnor, a aalt of fbtha to father-la law ;
M. J. Brown, l ta kthar-in kw. After lb a
praam ta bad been given, all pre at at ahook baoda
Itb I be atd coapt. nat than departed for tha.r
aonral homo, well p lea aa 4 with lb day tbay
Carpek and oil cloth, in handnome desig ru
new and rery cheap, at II. A. Krataeia. 3t
Itiders jewelnr torw in ClMHteM vmi
find a flue iiortment of handsome silver
ware af Ike foirrW rnA prim.
For Sale. A irood m..L, .tiv . i.t, ni,A
A Spears' double-heater hard coal stove, with
-pipe and stove-pipe. A parlor wood
inquire at tnu ottice. IK-'iM-.'M.j
S600 Reward. The undersigned, Sheriff
of Cambria county, Fn., is authorized to offer
" "-ru oi mi uumirNitioiiara, lor the arrest
conucuon oi t lie three unknown men,
.--ukiiiii,ijhh turn wuunoea viiiver r
Myers, and at the same time did assault Al
assauiiert, anot anl wounded Oliver P.
Smth Fork, in said county, on hat unlay,
.- (.tvni.HT i i ii, iwi, i ne reward above
TtHl tii lift tMiiil nn !. t
. .... ..uu,i,m uuiibi iu uic arreni anu con
viction nf ithir nf tuii.l ..n...lu ...J . i.
iuu.ih-m uuiiara lor tne arrest ana con-
miuif (iiikiiiih tor ine conviction or all.
Thomas (ihiKKint, Sheriff.
Kbcnuhiirg. H'pt fth, 1"W.
r Oailt Staae Line.l
has aueeeeile.1 In hi.v4n uilv .il t..K
llshed between Clearfleld and IVnlleld, and
hereafter nin a daily atage between the
pointa. Ilia eontrai4 lieinin with AnHI
ana tile ataire will leave I' enrfllH v.rv
morning (except Sunday) at S o'clock, mak
ing COniieetiniM With .11 train, nn th T,m-
tlrade liailnwd at Pennfleld, returning after
last train the same evening. raHsengers
freight will be carried at low ratea.
ra left nt any of the hotels will be
nueii to. 4-llltf.
What Wt Claim and Ouaranttt For Then
Ooodi That they are the cheapest in the
market, service considered. Made from the
very liest material, by experienced workmen
and most approved machinery, and are not
excelled hy similar goods, either foreign or
domestic. Can he worn in damp weather or
a shower without being ruined by shrinking
or curling. The manufacturing, dying and
finishing ia done in audi a manner that these
goods can he washed and done up without
the least liijury to the fabric. No weighting,
stiffening ornrtilieiallustre being used, goods
show just what they are and will lie until
worn out. All our gooda are wool dyed,
nnd colors are as fast as the best of skill and
purest dyca can make them. For aide hy T.
A. Fleck. Clearfield. 9-U-tf
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Oot the bulge on us the new school house.
The Mission Fathers still continue their
Frederick Mukon.nfthk place, was fatally
injured by a train on the Huld luigleroad last
week. Hk kdy was interred in the Catholic
cemetery here on Sunday. Mr. Mulsou was
formerly from Frenchville.
:20 A. M. The condition ofthe borough k
much the same us at the lust bulletin. The
attending doctors and nnrsea wete much ex
cited when the pulse and temperature run up
to l.Vl. Three prescription reduced it from
lotl to 4t. Great anxiety prevailed among
the Cabinet, aa 4(1 was much alwve the normal
A few more done of the same kind had the
desired effect. The Secretnrv of the Treas
ury's telegram report the pulse, tein)erature
ami and respiration at wro, which k normal.
At the last dressing the wound was in good
condition, nnd the How of pus was sufficient
to give hope nnd encouragement to the doc
tors and nut-He. The pus was of healthy
color green, tinged with silver, which k the
kind d et i red. The night nurse reports ugood
night's rest, with intervals of restlessness,
canned Iry Ileus.
The signal service resirt a cold wave at
(ilen Hope, which will strike here about
ThangMgiving. Great anxiety prevnik.
li 1. M. No more bulletins will IVe iwucd
until after the next dressing, which will take
pbec ns soon a the pulse licgins to rise.
In accordance w it h proclamations issued hy
the President of the United States, the Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania, and the H urges of
Clearfield, Monday lost waa oltserved in thia
place out of respect to the memory of our
Chief Magistrate, whose remains on that
afternoon at 2 o'clock, were consigned to the
tomb in take View Cemetery near Cleveland.
All places of business that is, ail the prin
cipal places were closed the entire day.
I'uinn memorial services were held at the M.
K. Church, beginning at 2 Y. M., nt which
Lai-rimer Post, (i. A. It., under command of
H. T. King, Post Commander, preceded
by the Orpheus Cornet Hand, playing a dirge,
attended in a body, the mem Ik-re of the Post
each wearing a badge of mourning, and the
niemlecrs of the kind wearing cnijte on the
white plumes of their hats.
The ministers present were Hev.'s Leidy,
lull and Ague ofthe M. E. Church, and A.J.
Hean of (he Lutheran. After a voluntary by
the choir, oonijxised of members ofthe Meth
odkt and Prt-nbyterian choirs, liev. Mr. Iill
announced the hymn, reading n follows
Jesus, white onr hearts are bleeding
O'er the spoils that death has won,
We would, at this solemn meeting,
Calmly say, "Thy will be done."
Her. A. J. Hean nod the 00th Psalm, after
which prayer was offered tip. The Orpheus
Hand played " Nearer My God to Thee," and
the cause for which the people had assembled
wna stated by Itev. Mr. Leidy, after which
voluntary remarks were made hy Thomas H.
Murray, Kq., George W. Khecm, Judge
McKnally, Mr. Hall, of Heccaria township, and
era. After the choir sang a beautiful piece
entitled " Farewell," liev. O. H. Ague pro
nounced the benediction, and the nssemhly
I Miring the service, the bells of the Court
louse ami the several churches tolled mourn
fully n requiem for the diwascd magistrate,
so universally rcected and mourned.
HORSE THIEVES ARRESTED.
The Chcrrytree Rtvord of the 'Jlst states
that some excitement was created on Sunday
last hy the arrival of a wagon containing two
"manacled and doomed" horse thieves. The
lirty consisted of C. Hindman, W.R. MeFlein
ing, A. 8. Hindman andthetwohorscthievea,
giving their names a Isaac Mclntire and
Charley Johnson, They stopped at the Hen
derson House for dinner. Seeing the pris
oners chained together hand and foot, we
made inquiry and learned the following par
ticulars: On Wednesday night, Hcptemlter
7th. a valuable tram of horsea were stolen
from the stable of Mr. A. M. Hindman, of
near Corsica, Clarion comity, alsrat two milea
from the Jefferson county line. The hoTses
were immediately advertised, and a vigilant
search w as kept up for eleven days and nights,
when the owner gave up in despair and started
for home. On going through Hrook ville he
received a d input eh stating that his game was
caged at Kbensburg. Taking hk father, Mr.
C. Hindman, who had been deputised for the
occasion, and Mr. Mi Fleming, Mr. Hindman
started for Kk-nsburg for hk horses and the
thieve. On arriving at Eliemhurg It was
learned that the thieve had been arrested by
Deputy Sheriff Klnkead on Monday night of.
last week, he having had a description ofthe
horses. On being arrested they made nn
resistance and were locked up, a nix-barrelled
revolver, a knife, a deck of cards, two Jewa-
harpa, and some other minor article being
found on their person. They denied their
guilt at first, but afterwards acknowledged
their crime and talked quite freely on the
subject. They claimed to be from tho West,
but seemed to have no fixed place of residence.
Johnson, whose right name k thought to be
Suit, wo born near Punasutawney, but went
to Kansas with hk parents when small, and
soya bk parent are Isith dead. Mclntire
say hk mother k dead and that hk father
was In Missouri when last heard from. The
prisoners are neither of them over 21 year of
age, and they rlaim that thk k their first
offi nee, which k ptoliablj true They eemed
in good spirits sad ate veary heartily. They
elaim they only took the home to ride a
white, but when day dawned and they aaw
what a good team they had, they concluded
it wonld ha a grand scheme to sell them and
pocket the filthy lucre. They offered the
horse too cheap and no one would buy, up
poaing they had been stolen. Tha prisoners
were taken to Clarion, where they will he
tried and get a term In the pcnltentkry fiff
TVaeeJieere ta j&VjM.o.iaa, aaaf mil eOoai I Aw
may oaarara t
I haa heard II ha beaa alraoktad throngh tho
eon My that I wa a party la the arrest of a oertatn
peddler la Coving toa townahlp. How to eat
thlnge right, I hero say that W. W Worrell bad
nething to do with tba arraat la any ana way, and
related to go to tbo Jailioa with tb prleoaer,
and did aot gi, bnt remained at tbo houl until I
aama back. Now, tho Tool are aa foil owe : I
same apoa a peddler who waa aalllag gowle with,
oal lioente, and I ar railed bin, aenl war t a
tf 'Squire Pioard wa al home, and found him
abeent. I then took Iba priaonor back two milea
to Squire Miller, but found him away. I aant
Tar him eoma two mile, but failed to Rod him. I
than atoned lo hriag tba prieiooer to Clearfleld,
and by over peraua.ka of hie friend, and the
p remit of blm that ho weald oeme to Clearfleld
aad lift bla haeaee, 1 roleaeed boa, bk trianda
paying ma for my troablo and aipenao. Tba
ohartf aa eg akat Mr. Worrell are very unfair, aa I
aaauine tha entire roapoaaibility. Hoping tbla
ill aat at aaee a few who bare boea ao very in
duatrloui ia circulating alio aa far aa greater
part of eald tranaartioa la eooeeraed, I am
J. U. Hiauisa, Con i libit of Woodward.
Clearfleld, September llotb. Iftl.
Clearfield Coat Trade Statement of Coal
and other freight sent over tha Tyrone A
Clearfield Divkion, Pennsylvania Kailroad,
for the weekending September 10, lHHlt and
the same time last year:
For tba week .....-,
Sam time laat year.....
Previously during year
3a ma time laat year
Total tn HM
Same time laat yaar
, 1ST "
Persons attending Court, and the public
generally, will find it to their interest to give
me a call at tJie Allegheny House, in Clear
field, during Court week. Clocks, watches
and-jewelry reiiaired on short notice. Charges
reasonable and all work guaranteed.
In buying cnrKt chain, see tjliut every pa
per k marked "Quaker City," all color are
wood-dyed and will keep their bright appear
ance longer than the inferior brands with
which the market is now flooded. Fur sale
by H. A. Kratzer. -I4-:tt
The County Commissioner will offer for
wile at public outcry, on Friday, October 7th,
at 2 o'clock P. M.,at the lower bridge, 10,000
feet of three-inch pine plank. See advertise
ment in another column of thk issue.
Thomas A. Fleck's new stock of good has
arrived, and is now being opened out for pub-
lie inspection. Cull and see the new styles
in colors and shape in millinery good, and
ladies' dress gomk.
H. A. Kratter ia opening thia week a now
itc-ck of Dry Uood, Hotfcry, Gloria, Underwear,
Handkarohlefi, Frlngoa, Laeaa, Trim in log , Ao.,
which you are cordially invited to eall and ex
amine. A full line of silver-pluted ware, sectional
silver-plated forks nnd spoon, silver-plated
table casters, cake baskets, preserve dishes,
etc., etc., at Killer's jewelry store.
Ladies wunting an elegant assortment of
jewelry to choose from, should call at Hitler's
jewelry store, Second street, two doors south
of George Weaver A Co.'s.
Hity the Broad head dress goods, manufac
tured by Wm. Broad bead & Sons, Jamestown,
X. V., and for sale by Thos. A. Fleck, Clear
You can have any kind of an old hat made
new, by Xewkirk, the hatter, over Bridge's
Tailor shop, Market street, Clearfield, Pcnn'a.
Fleck invites every body in Clearfield county
and elsewhere men, women and children
to eall and see the new goods.
New good at It ir linger A Rook'i tbla naek.
Call and tee their mammoth atook of clothing and
Orate' furni thing gooda.)
Moore 'a ar receiving their full atook of Booti
and Shoee, Uata and oapr, and Qaota' furniihing
goodx, which art cheaper than over.
Qo to lllrllnger A Book 'a for elotblng and
Gents' furniihing gooda, trunka and vallae nt
New and seasonable goods, and the leading
styles, at Fleck V, Market street, Clearfield.
Aug. 24, tf.
Calicoes, muslins and goods of every de
scription just received from the city at T. A.
If you intend to attend Court, do not fall to
prloo Boot and Shoo at Moore 'a In tb Opera
Fleck bought fifteen rolls of Ingrain carpet
He will also keep a full line of Brussels carpets.
Call and examine the factory fhmnek,hlnnk
et ami enssi meres, at II. A. Kratzer', 0-14-3
Boya' Boota and Otrla" eehool Shoe ar cheaper
at Moore'i than anywhere alae ta town. 9-lt-S-t
Fleck has just received a complete assort
ment of the genuine Broad head dress goods.
Fleck i enjoying a nice trade in the dry
goods line, and also in ladies' drese goods.
Trunka aod Satchels oan be bought cheaper at
Moore'i than anywhere alae ta Clearfleld.
The beat and ktsat atyl of beta aod oapa at
Mltcbatl A Martin'a next week.
$2.21 wilt buy n (olid pair of Men's Boot! with
top aula, at Moore'.
A full Hue of all Burt 'i badlea' Sboai will be
found at Mv'ttVi.
PerkiaV driving boot aad ahoea oan only b
bad at Moor'.
Ladies are invited to go and see the new
goods at Flerk's.
Fall boota and aboea of all klndi at Miteball A
91.00 will buy a aolld pair of Ladie' fhoea at
ltlehardioa'a band-mado boota for W.aO, nt
KRIT7.R-TRt'DI.-Al Broekport, Elk
eeualy, P... oa Hunri.j, H.ptailMir 4tb, l.fll, hy
Uaori. W.C'll.to. K.q.,. WilLua B. Kama.,
and Ml... Jr. mi V, Tseni, bola of Uraity towa
blp, 0l.srfi.ld Manly. P..
ASIIrROFT BOYL. At Ih. rniil.ie. ef
the bride. Mother, e. Tn.id.y, 8.pt.air lOlh,
lis, by H.r. N. H. Miller, Mr. Hinian T.
Aiscanrr, of to.tar tewn.blp, aad MiM Maar
K. BotL, of OicMla Mllli.
Bt ROIIVIKI.D.-In ClM'fiald bor.uih, on
W.dn..l.r mnrning, Srt.mb.r Silt, 1HHI, .1
6 o'elo.k, Mr.. Kmilt J. Be sea nam. wlf. of Dr.
i. P. B.rnbfi.ld, aad 41 ,..rl .nd 4 nonlba.
Osl Heaaaaa Paa Cut. Dnoonar Oi.n
PatcB..H.wlnf MaoblbM ... bow b. pareba..d
at M.rr.11'1 tiB and vart.ty ttor. from Uft Bp
ward.. All klodi of Mwlng Baahlnu npaind
oa th. ihorUtt aotleo.
Cl.arl.ld, Pa., Jaly II, 1177.
Wi.TBn. D.llT.rt at tb. Rail Road.
IftO.nut tft.lBnh ihaeadlhloitlM.
IBO.OHO I4.neb .awed ,biBl...
1t)0,0 f..tof plas bo.rdl.
kOli.um 14-r.M Ibar boopl.
1,004 railroad II...
44,001 tMt of goed hmalck board..
Por wbiok I will pay th. higbMt B.rkrt prle.,
d.llf aid at Ci.arfi.ld, or at aay aoiat an th.
Tyrn. CW.rl.ld Railroad.
J. I. KaiBBB.
ClMrlrid, P., O.U II, iiri.tf.
Juat RoowiveJ hy ARNOLD. l
Cur Lod Nov Scolia I'lifilor I
Car Loud pure Corn, Ry and 0t
Car Load Deaken fcnii I
Car Load ol Choice Family Floarl
Car Load Dry Good", Grorerin, An.!
awHlimirleB. nark. R. R. Tica and
Grain will be taken In eiohange.
- CurwonnTille, May 1, 1878.
OLiAariiLB, Pa., Sept, IT, UB1.
Plour, par ewt. - to 76
Buek wheal Floor, porewt
Oora Meal, par awt - 1 81
Chop, rye, porewt 1 60
Chop, mi ied, por owt.,..... 1 4
Bran, par awt 1 tf
Wheat, par baahal I 10
Rye, par buihel 80
Oeta, por buahel 0
Cora, eari, par buahel 40
Buckwheat, par buibol ft
Clover seed M 8 OQ
Timothy aeed I Ta
Potaloea, per buahel 1 40
Apploa, par buahel AO
Onion I 0
Ham a, por pound 14
Shoulder, par pound 11
Dried Beef, par pound 18
Chlokena, per pair 68
Butler, per pound 15
Erg, per doaen - I
Bull, per aaek, large 1 Ob
Coal Oil, par gallon It
Lard, per pound. H
Dried Apple, par pound . T
Dried Peachee, par pound Hi
Beana, per buihel . S iO
Oil Quotations !
CENTRAL PENN'A OIL DEPOT,
UNDERHILL & CO.,
Lubricating, JTrliird JHIntrt'
W. quota our brood, of P.trol.um and othar oil.
l,NOci rni ..o.rwi w.iiT.r.u iim
ob board ears at .nr UMioo oa
th. Trroa. Cltarn.ld
R.la.d Oil, 111 T.it....p(.l. 1 Al low.it
Prim. Whit., 150 " .... " " 1 rn.rh.t ratea
Wal.r Wtit.,150 I .llboutr.l.r-
Kl.iBe, 100 ..... " iM I cue. to eo.t
B.oaln., TlOr.Tlti p.rf.l....
N.plha, 74 " " " ....
vJa.ulio.. 88 " ' " ..
Min.r.' L.mp, 300 Uat " " ....
C.r ail. Uil, (W. Va.) Kilr..
" (W.V..)M.d'ai. ....
" (W.Va.)baBa'r " " ....
N.tural Lubrle.ting H 41 " ....
Fraoklia Bumm.r M " ....
" " SuaiD.r. " M ....
blaok Diamond " " ....
Uiki Kniin. " " ....
Onld.n " . ' " ....
Amber " " ....
XXX ' . "
No. I Bplndl. "
M.lchl.aa Cj lind.r Oil " " ....
No. 1 ' " ....
Wool Oil, No. 1 " ....
LardOil(.itra)Winl.ratralo'd" " ....
" ' Ko. I "
" " No. I ' ..
Kolipa. Engia., No. 1 , " " Ma.
' " No. : ...
No. J.. " "
Minora' Yellow, per gallon )
" Wbit. " Al lo.aat
Linaeed, No. t " 1 hat ratea 1
" Aniarioan " ( out ref. tn
Turpentin., be.t " I
enat. He f.TVf K.f. T..' pricr and
mrtl all competition.
, ar 4, tl-ljr.
JOII WOHK. All kind! of Job work aiMuted
la tb. be.t m.nn.r at thia offio.,
BUY AIIOME !
IIOI SF?, L0T8 AND FARMS FOR SALE 1
rilWENTY HOUSES and LOTS In Clearfleld
L for aalo at reaaonable prleea and on oaay
urine. Alio, aereral FAHMS tn Bradford aod
Graham township. Apply to
WALLACE A KKKB9,
JDee. I. 88.tf. Clearfleld, Pa.
AI.MINNTRAT(1HH NOTICE. Nation
la hereby ghen that Letter, of Adrniniatra
turn on tba aitata of fci.I.ABK Til MOVKrl, lata
of (Iraliam townthip, Clearfleld county, Pa., dco'd,
having been duly granted to the undereigned, all
peraona indebted to aald eitat will pleae make
imtniMliate payment, and thoie baring olaima or
dtmandi againat the aama will preaent them prop
erly authenticated for aettlement, without delay.
JAMKS MOVKK. Admlniatrator.
Wallactlon, Pa , Hrpt. 31, IflM-flt.
IXi;CCT(IIC NOTICRNotloala here
J by given that Letter! Teitiuentary on tbo
eatata of E1.KAN0K W HlOhaV, (relict of J. It
W rig ley) lata of Clearfleld borough, Pa., deed,
having been duly rented to tba uaderaignnd, all
periuna indebted to aaid wtat will pleat make
immediate mayment, and thoa having olaima or
demanda agatnit tb aama will praaanl ibem
properly auibentioated for lettltment.
JOHN NOR RIB,
Curwamvllla, Pa., Aug. 10, ISSLtt.
ADMINIHTRATORH NOTICE. Notice
ia hereby given that hetlen of Admlniatra
tiou on tb eiuto of 1AV1U WKLTV, laU of
Colon townahip, Clearfield eeunly, Pa-, deceaeed,
having been duly granted to tha undesigned, all
perioni Indebted to aaid aitata ail! pleaaa make
immediate payment, and tboee having olaima or
demand! againet the aanre will preient them prop
erly authenticated for settlement, without delay.
UKUKOK G. KIHK,
B1MUN B. WKLTV,
Lulherfburg, Pa., Sept. tl, IHbI-CL
Millinery I Millinery 1 1
I TAKE the pleaiur of Informing th public
that I ahull offer apeclal Induoemonta tn
Millinery Goodn,iucb aa Silki, Satini, Kibbone,
Plowera, Ac., Trimmed and I ntrimmed Hata nnd
Ilonnata, in the very latait it rial, Notion a and
Made-up Clothing for children. I kindly aoliclt
ahara of your p&trnnag.
JUI.a M. A. WELCH,
Market Ht., Clearfleld, Pa.
Apr. 20, ISSl.ly.
COAL ALL THE YEAR ! I
HH aubieribar hereby givw notioo that b
la now delivering coal of an eicellent quality
and propoiei.to operate bii mine
Bo that ha will b enabled to tupply hie eui torn are
al all tlmaa with good fuel. No Hummer vaca
tion. Order i by mall promptly filled.
R. KM. SHAW.
Clearfleld, Pa.. March 2, 1881-tf.
0b Second St, north of tho Mamloa lloaa,
Our arraorementa ar ef tba moat oomnlet
character tor furntahlng tha public with Freih
Menu oi all kind, and ot th vary boat quality.
Wa alio deal ia all kinda of Agricultural Imple
ment!, which wa keep on eibildtion for tho ben
efit of tha public. Call around when la town,
uat taka a look at tblngi, or addreii a
V, N. CAKUUN DRO.
Clearfleld, Pa., July 14, UTMf.
oo-partooriklp of Maorga Wearer A
Co., engaged In merebandniag iu lha borough of
Clearfleld, waa diaaolved hy tnulaal eonaenton the
!3ibof September, INRI, by iba withdrawal of
John P. H earer and W. W. Belli from aaid firm,
and Paul P. Weaver admitted a a member of tho
Arm, and tha buiinee of the firm will bo con-
tinned at tho old atand on fleeond Mreet, In the
nam of George Weaver A Co., with whom all
aeoountl of the former Arm mint be fettled by tho
Aral of January nait. JOHN P.WKAVKR,
W. W. BKITJ,
Clearfield, Pa., P,pL U, 16l-t.
Farm for Sale.
Tb ndarilgnad otfere for aal hi farm, equ
ated In Lawrence towoiblp, on the eaat bank of
the fiu'uuebanua rlvrr, where the Railroad bridge
oroeaei the river. Tba land Ii river bottom and
In a good it ate of cultivation, having been thor
oughly fertllned, A gnod aad well-furntibed
bouie wllh nine room! all plaitered, palotad and
papered, with lee home, milk houaa and other
outbnildtnga aifsphed. A good bank barn, and
a young orobard of IIS tree of cboic fruit! aet
out upon It. Will b to 1 4 al a fair prle and oa
reaaonable term. Paeaeealun given at ear lima.
0. H, BAHHETT.
Clearfleld, Pa., Aoguit 81, 1MB I if.
Re-Union of Trade.
fpHK un-Lrtltned wlihlng t kkrtB th publi
X lb at be opened a
At tha old atand la Trouirllla, Clearfleld ouunty,
Pa., on th I Hth InaL, with a full itoek of
nnv c.oodh, c;itot r.Hii, notkii",
Boota, Phoe, Rtri
In faotorerythlng to bo found) fir it -elan atore,
all or which I am determined to aell nt tha lowaat
tARMERR AP LtMIIERMEN
Will flad It to ibelr advantage. do thalr dealing
with mo, aa lha higbeit prlcei will bo paid for
Grain, Bhlnglea, or Produce of any kind. Part
or one-half eaih will be paid. Tradkg for
Bhlnglea or Lumbar or any Kind a apoctaity. aiao,
Singer Sewing Machines.
Having mad arrangemonta with K altera mer
ohanta to aoll goeda fornlanod ma, theeefora eall
and aea, a 1 will b aaabied t aelt eheapar than
" VJl linn- o.
Tmutvilk, Pa., Sept tl, '7My. Ageat,
5,000 Rail Road Ties.
CurweniTilU, Pa , Jan. , 1878-tf
DIOLCTION NOTICK-The partner,
abip heretofore editing between J. W.
Potter and K. L. heller haa thta day baan dia
aolred by matnal eonaent. Tba builneea, ao
ounia, Ao. remain In tha haadaof J. W. Hollar.
J. W. POTTHH,
H. L. RUITKK.
Karlhaua, BepL Jd, 1861. 14 it
COAL LAMIS W ATEI,
C()(M aarea of hltumlooua ooal land aituata In
Clearfleld county. Addreie the underaigned
Italia location, number of acree, number and ala a
of vaioa, and dlitanoa from railroad or river. Alio
prloo. J. F. fiNYliKK,
Ci.Bisnr.ti), Pa., Kept. 7th, ls) 1 - tf.
Tba oldeat, beat, tnoit thorough, and complete
praetleal Bualaeai College In the t'nitad Btatea.
jFur-ounooi aiwaya in aoaiion. atudanta admit
ted at any tlmo. For circulara addreia
J. 0. SMITH, A. M., Principal,
Urn. Pittaburgb, Pann'a.
Coal Farm Lands for Sale.
SEVERAL hundred aorai of valuable ooal and
farm laoda near tho borough of Glen Hope.
ar now offered al a bargain Tb lurfao aoa
lUte of aoma of tha beit farma In tha county, and
la underlaid with at laaat tbre valni of bitumi.
none ooal, and a heavy vein of limeatooo. For
lurtnor iniormatton, apply to
PRANK G. UAH 11 IS, Clearfleld, Pa.
Bpt, 14th, Istfl-lt,
IXECUTORH NOTlf-E.-Notlea la hara
A by given that Lcltera Tettamantary on tha
enato of SAMUEL MATTIIKW.Ltc of Beccarla
town.bfu, Clearfield county, Ptin i, deoe.Md,
having been duly granted to tbo underaigned, all
perm li Indebted to laid eitat will pie. Me make
immediate payment, and tboee having claima or
demanda againit lb aama will preaent tbem prop
erly authenticated for aeltlement, without delay.
ttlMOH MCF A H L A B,
Utabville, Pa., Sept. lUh, 18sl fit
Machinery for Sale I
THE onderiigned offer l at private aale one
BALL SHINGLE MACHINE and JOINT
ER, ooa BOLTER, with 60-Inch aaw, one drag
law, one alit-otf aaw, one band law, and twenty
lix feel of 1-inch line ehafl,ll the pulleya and
all tba machinery belonging to tb uanufaoturing
f ehinglei. The machine haa not been in uie
over tbreo moot Ha. It ia auktable to be attached
to itoam or water power. For particular! eall on
oraddreae NAPOLEON MeUoN ALI,
Blanchard'i Home Camp.
Hocktoo, Pa., July 21t lbol-tf.
VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE !
THE under. Igned offera for aula two valuable
farma lituatedin Lawrence Uwnxbip, aa fjU
One hundred and twenty (120) acrai cleared and
a good Hate of cult Wet ion, and having thereon
erected a large aod fine frame dwelling bonae, two
large frame barui and other nooenary outbuild
ing., tugeluer wilo a large orcbard, good water,
beveotr aerei cleared aud under onltiiallnn.
but with no buildinga.
The laid land are iltuute within t mi lei or
Clearfield and the I'.nn.ylvanla Keiiroad- aud are
underlaid with bituminnui eoal and fire-clay.
Keaaoa for Belling. Declining health of owner
For further particular, inouire of the anhaerlbor,
J. FRANK bNYUKR, Att'y for Owner.
ticaraeid, ra, June 15th, ISHi-tf.
For Sale or Rent!
Th eubaeriber nronosea to aell or rent a num
ber of larmi located aa follow! : The flrit aituate
In Burniide townahip. Centra county, containing
140 aorea, having thereon erected a frame dwell
ing, frame barn, adjacent to a church, and known
bj the Jamei Mulholland farm.
ALSO, another farm aituata In Graham town-
bip, Clearfield county, containing 117 aerei, with
Ih Decenary Improvement!, Thia farm la under
laid witn a GOOD VEIN OF COAL.
A L8U, ail ol her farma In th vleinltr of French-
villa, containing reipecifullv 112. Ilia. V. oi. 0
and In aorei. Theae farma all bare houeee aod
barna thereon, good water, boarinc orchard! on
lama, aa well aa aoma good wood land. For
lurtner particulart call la peraon, or addraai tba
underaigned by letter. h. M. C0UDRIET.
Jan. l vt, iBol-tl. grenebrllle, Pa.
mi l r. W1AV1S.
IN BUYING YOUR OOOIlS FROM
eo. ft Pan! F. Weaver,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots fSliocs, IlalsCaps,
Carpels, Oil Cloths, &C&C.
BACON, HAM, SALT, OAT?, CORN,
Thankful for p.it f.vora w. in.ll. Ih. nubile
to e.ll and ... our l.re; and B.w .toek of ooda,
vhleb w. will ditnoa. of at Ka.on.bl. raUl for
cah, or .icbanjt. tor country produe..
I out. and atl.ntlr. oleika to wait oroa you,
and prieM down low.
GK0ROR a PAI L P. VIAVRR.
OlMra.ld, Pa.,8pL 31. Ual-tf.
Tin, Copprr Shrct-lron Ware,
-ALSO ItSALKR IX-
M ood and Iron Pumps
AMMUNITION AND FISHING
TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
AM. KINDS OF
Kant 4aatantlf M baai.
CLEARFIELD, PINN A.
Cl.it6.lo. Pa, 9pt. T, IMI.tf.
1881. FALL. 1881.
PIE'S OPERA HOUSE,
The Largest and Best Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
Suits Made to Order at Short Notice.
Opera Houbo Block, opposito postoffioo, CLEAEFIELD, PA.
IS 1881 If.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED
Full .Ind Winter Stock
DIl Y GOODS, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, MIL
LINER YAND FANCY GOODS, WE INVITE
THE PUBLIC TO CALL AND EXAMINE
OUR STOCK AND PRICES BEFORE
3E3C. XJSXLJXXjJST adtb CO.,
ROOM NO. 2, PTE'S OPERA HOUSE,
N. B. In our Millinery Department we employ none but firt-
cluss Milliners, and gurirntitee nil
Feptcmher 21, IHftt-tf.
W. II. BALLENGER,
AND DEALER IN
TDK LA KG EST AND CHEAPEST
Solo Agent oi Philadelphia of the
W. H. B. and Engaged, also our Ideal Cigars,
A SPECIALTY MADE OF
HENRY COUNTY ROUGH AND READY.
ItjrSTORKS FITTED UP AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
W. II. IULLEVGER, o. 720 South
S.pttnW 7th, 1881-ly
JJoliu Vauamahcr'j Clothing avtrtiscmcut.
"Wanamaker & Rrqwn,
S. E. Corner Sixth and Market Streets,
The Largest Clothing House in America.
CASH or TRADE.
Curw.niTlll., P.., Jan. , '78-lf.
lOH KAI.E. Thlrlmn Htm of
J) lt.ll.n BNawblehIwilla.il h..p for
o..h, or .aohana. for wh.al. For further IB
form, lioa Mil oa or addraaa tb. andarriRriod.
J... K HA M Kit.
No. 1,'tt tf. Cluraald, P..
"VTOTICE. Th. unJ.raifn.d, r..llini la th.
l tillar. of W.itoT.r, ia ObMt townahip,
baa load. th. BMraanry arr.nirpin.nt. .nd nr.
poaM to op.a an KATI.NU 111) I SK forth, ao
enmnod.tion of th. public K.n.r.U. aad I b.r
by aoliclt a libaial ibar. of th. public nlrnn.r;..
JUII,-, 4. S..1UIH.
1C.to.or, Pa., Fob. , I88I-K.
BRICK FOR SALE!
There ere 100,00 od Hilok for le it the
Mart hell Hricli Vrd, in the upper end of the
boroufh of Clearfleld. Brie-, wilt elweje be found
ob hand U noeonnudete wny eutomer who he
cell. J. H . M A HALL. Agent. ,
Cletrfleld, Pe , Au. 24, lBft.3at, r
SHOkNAKlKtT.-I btreh Inform my p
troni, nnd fje,ntiln4 la tenerel, tbnt 1 have
removed jr ihoenavkitng ehnp l tho rootn ia
Orehtm'i row, orer 0. I. Bnyder'e jewelry More,
nnd thet I e,r prepered to do all hindl of work
is my rlfte cheer than eny ether eh op tn towa.
All wiirlr warren led a (rood al be dona any
where elee. FoeiUf-elj thti ! tha fhnpeM ihop
la Clearneld. J OH. H. UKKKIN0.
Uea. II, UT8 tf.
I TAKE tbla m.thod of nollfyiin thoa. In Bed
of a Hood Mown, Ho.!, Tbrobr M Plow,
that I h.r. th. a(.a.j of tb.
Mower, Reaper nnrt Thresher,
at .nafulund b. Al'LTMAK CO, C.ato.,0.
1 aiao agaat fur th. Ml.brat.d
South Bend Chilled Mow I "
fvPmoai la iMd .f llhof lb. .b.,.b.d
batm call .a r addma aofora p.r,ha.io
1.B.4, lll If.) C.rwM.tllla, P.
work to give satisfaction.
II. LEHMAN & Co.
VARIETY OF CIGARS IN Til E CITY,
AND READY ALWAYS0N HAND.
Second Street. Philadelplila.
Cheap Cash Store
ROOM NO. TIIH P.P., OPTRA HOI'HE,
" Cleartteld, Pa.,
WHOLCSALI II ETA I L IllALKH IN
Comprlalne; Drew Uonrli of the Tery latent i-Mta
nniitin( to part of Oarhmerec, MeDcbeter
Ftneiee, Alpaeai, and all manner of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Such aa Orator I. M.h.lr Luat.ri, PI. Id., Dm.
fllnnhama, Driu Panola, ol in. "rj ix.ai
atvlM, and aa .heap aa th.y ua h. Bold
In tbia marhat.
Conelrtlnf ft GlnToa for Oet, Ladiea and
MiHre, note tf ail ena'iet, nua rrirrfei.
Lat4a. Fane Draw Button. Ladlee'
Tiet of all thadoi and etrlee, Cuff
ad Collar, Klbhona of all kinde aad
qaalitles. Werme I'aderwear, TriamlaKi, t.
BOOTS AND SHOES
QneenBware, Hardware, Tinware,
CarpeU. OH Cloth,
LEATHER, FISH, Etc.,
Which will b. Mid wh.ka.l. w rwta.lL. Will Uh.
la Eirhana;, far Uan4. at Markwt Prlcwa,
WM. I. BOPrER,
Clearlrld, Pa., ftpt. 14, DWI tf.
ARNOLD HAS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles,
6HAVED AND SAWED.
C.rw.eiTilk, Jaa. t, 'li t.
I.1AMN LANIM FOH lALIWIa Holloa
aad Pia. lowaiblpe, Cl.arl.ld oobbI. ffu
hMaon.bl. tloa.itT.n for p.rt of parcba. rZT
aion... Prion. t 04 to I14.M pu aor.!f
Mlam'a ranrrnl. L. BIKD, Ai.nl,
or Wallacb A Kaaa.,
B.pt 1418lt.t. Cl.ara.ld, Pa,
Urpbua' Court of Cla.rn.ld Kant;. Pa.
K.l.t. ol J. B. BhaBT.r, Uu of Ih. borguia af
DuHoia, Cl.rn.ld oouota, Pa, dawukl,
Nolle Ii bcr.ljj (i... u .11 p.,aoaa iolr..l.d
ia lb. aaid wut., Ib.l ib. appraiMaiMt of prop
erty at .p.rt I. th. uiduw .ndw bar .laiai for
:ill4, will b. prcnlad to aald Carl forooodrna
lion, ua ThuKday, Uctob.r ilib, Issl,
J. P. CI.AHK, AdiainUtr.lor.
Clearl.ld, Pa., b.pt. 14, lli.l.dt.
FARM FOR SALET"
The inderalf ntd hat eotne to tba eoneUitoa it
quit fanning tvnd follow hie toon pet ,00 , a aar
penter, aad bow aSera for eela bit farm, titaatt
oat and abalf milat aortb af Clearfield btrough,
oon tain ing
Moit of which It cleared aad nader food tnlti ra
ti ua, and baring thereon a good
Large freme barn, aad ttber aeoeuary etitbatld-
iogt, together with aa orobard of all kiadi ef
fruit, and aa eicellent trpring af water. Tha
wbola ti UNDERLAID WITH GOOD 00AL.
Tbli property will be axohanged for tnalltr prop
erty, or told oa eaiy Urnii ia paynonta. For
further particular eall oa the praahiat or addreti.
JOHN 0 KKKU, Clearfleld, Pa.
March Itb, ISftUtf.
Por catarrh, hay lerer,
old ia tha head, Ao.,
ineert with tba Anger,
particle af tbo Balm
nto me aoftriia; araw
he ooh. It will bo
and healing tba die-
pply a p art It I lalo
ELY'S CREAM BALM
HAVING gained aa enviable local reputation,
diaplaeing ail other preparation! ta tbo Ticialty
of dleooTory, l, oa iu aterite aleao, rooogalied aa
a wonderful remedy wherever knowa. A fair
trial will eonrlooa tba moit ikeptioal of It cura
tive power 1. It effectually eleaneei tha aaeal
paiiagas of Catarrhal wirui, eauing healthy eon ra
ti una, allayi in flam elation aod irriutioa, protect,
the mem bran el lining of tha bead from addilioaal
soldi, completely heala tht aorei and raetoree the
eeme of taite aad imell. BmeQoial raaulu are
realised by a few applieatlom. A thorough treat
meat aa directed will core Catarrh. At a boaee
bold remedy for oold ia the head it li ao equaled.
The Balm le aaey to nee aod agreeable. HuM by
drngK'1 ot til eenta. 0a reoeipt of a0 eenu
will mail a package. ad for cironlar with full
ELY'S CREAM BALM CO., Owtgo, N. Y.
For eale by the Clearfleld DntggiiU, afld by
IV holt-Mile lirufcglita g;eDerall.
April ib, IHhl r,ui.
HARNESS lHARNESS 1 1
Thin IVay for 1'owr liarntue t
IF yoa want to iturly yoar own Intereit, do not
fail to cill at ANDKKW UARWICK'B II A K
NE8S 6H0P,on Market etreet, aert door to Joba
A. Stock'! tobaeoo atore, Clearfleld Peoa'a.
THK FACTS ARB THAT
All flrit-elaea work it done at
TVTeati foot oil and aile greaee at
Diulle and aitigle bataen of all klndi at
Uldloe eaddlea of all kinde at
I.atr acti and hone eovera of ell kinde at
Whirl of all kind aod aa tow aa 16 ont at
Harner of all klnda Bade to order at
All kind 1 of oollan at bottoai prloee at
Kemtnber aa X-L-M-T lino of horewfuraiah
tnggoodt at HARWICH'S.
Will keep and make all kiadi of lumbar her
Irorjr and all other klnda of rloga ef all aitee at
tlomba, brnabea, and Interfering boot, aa hand
j at HARWICH'S.
l.rnee rob a, knew duattri, aad eoroona of all
iV klodaat-- HARWICH'S.
Job work aad repalriag promptly attended to.
Remember tbo hop la atibaw't row, on jUarkel
atreot, between the MaaaioB Home and the Shaw
Unnee, Clearfleld, Peoa'a.
May 18, 1 SSI -6m.
John Irvin & Bros,
DEALERS IN- .
All Kinds of Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc.
MANU FACTl RF.KS AND DKALKRS IN
KU ilti: TIMREIt,
AND EV1RT DESCRIPTION OP
SAWED LDMBEE CDT TO OBDEB.
Tbo Only iUnufoctureis in Clearfleld
County of the
NEW PROCESS FLOUR!
fxor K, chop .4.rn t t un
jlhii s o.r u.i.rin
P?"Cash paid for all kinda of
Grnin Wheat, Itye, Oat, Etc
Carwaaa.lll.. Pa,, Jan. I, 1S84 If.
Now SioTB" Tinware Store !
FRED JOHNSON & BROS.,
AT MFftnF.lL S OLD ITASD,
Oppo.lt. Court Uooia, afarhrt atrMt,
C I.EA HFI K LU, TEN N ' A ,
Dealer la aad Manufaoturort of
Tin, Copper Sheet-Iron Ware,
ALIO DBA LB M IN
Stoves awo ft ..r ess
of any aite or deicrlptloa.
A LARHK ASSORTMENT OF
Parlor, Room and Cooking Stores
Will he kept toBitaatly oa hand, or fratw4
oa abort aotico.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
. FOR TUE LEAST MOSEY
Aad Manufactured tot ef tb beet Mattrlai aad
la a Workmanlike Meaner.
SPOUTING AND ROOFING
ProBptl allaad.d to.
Attended ta, aad OAS FfXTt'RKS af all Kiadi
hawt Ooaataotlj oo head.
All kiad of Repairing wilt bo PremptJy aad
LAMPS, I.ANTRRNA. porKRT AND TABL1
CI TLBRV, KTO., KTC.
. Aleoa Oeaeral Attortaaeal af
All of whlrk win h. Mid at tUannabl. RatM.
Olt. B H. A Ih.r. .1 P.bll.
P.tr.aatB la aolWud.
Pino Joiiaaoif broh.
Clnrt.ld, P..,Aaurt 14, 188 Mat.