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l'en uny 1 van In Itai I road
TV RON K t CLEARFIELD BRANCH
ON lid after Monday, NOV. t, 180, th
Paoeenger Train! will run dally (oaeept 8na
daya) between Tyrone and Clearfield, aa fullowi:
LEA VB NOHTH.
V.moojoc tt.lrt, '
Summit V 40,
l"i.. lion, ...... I". 00, "
flreaam H ,"
Blue Hall, !0.J7,"
VYellaowtoa, ...10.44, '
Ri(lar 10.it, "
Woodland, 10.11, "
Clrflld, 1 1.19, "
"Leave boi'th! i leave north"
CurweniTllle.. tM A.
Rlrarrlaw..... . "
UlenrHeld...... S.4T "
Laonard I 43 "
Barratt i.il "
Woodland,.,.. S.08 "
Walloon,... .1S "
Blua Ball (Ill "
Qraham 9.J5 "
Pblllpiburg.. (.311 "
Steiner'a, .3 "
Boyntoa, S.3T "
Powolloa, 4S "
Hummit T.i "
Vanfoojoo,H 7.JJ "
Tyrone, I.M "
. Tyrone T.JO r. a.
I Vaneooyoe,....7.4.1 "
' Summit 8. 04 "
Powalton 1.17 "
, Oeoeoln,.. s 18 "
I Pblllpaburg...l.41 "
araham 0.47 "
Blua H.ll S.4J
Wnllaot - ,.... '
Bi(rl'.r 0.10 "
Woodland 0.17 "
' Barrett.......... ill
I Laonard 0.30 "
j ClcarueW,.... 10.1)7
I Oarwenerillo 10.20 -
PHILIl'SBl'HO A MOHIIANNON BRANCHES
r. a. A. If. A. M. ITATIOHa.
1:40 7:90 Philipiborjj,
1:44 7:13 rllolner'l
1:40 7:10 Iloynton,
1:44 10:20 7:48 - Oioeola,
1:10 10:34 8:11 Monbannon,
JIS 10:43 8:10 Sterling,
1:13 10:48 8:14 lloutldale,
1:30 10:43 8:84 McCnoley,
3:34 10:48 8:41 Kendrlek'l,
3:411 11:11 8:40 Kamey.
La ara soars.
a. a. r. a. r. i
7:14 1 3 40
700 12:14 4:0
0:10 11:04 4:40
.S4 11:41 4 S0
0:14 11:40 4:!0
t:10 11:55 4 I rj
t:ll 11.30 4:0,
0:11) 11:14 4:00
BALD EAGLE VALLEY BRANCH.
r. . A. a. r. a.
7.04 6.30 leare Tyrone arrive 0.31
1.13 8.37 Bald Eagle 8.17
8.01 O.M Jnll.g 0..18
8.14 8.43 Mlleehnrg 8.14
8.31 O.SI Bellefonte (.04
8.44 10.03 Milaibnrc 4.44
0.08 10.10 Howard 4.31
4 n.08arrlroL. Haran ieaTS 8.44
Cincinnati Eip., 9:41
Paeifie Kipre.a, 8:47
Plttanurga Eip'ii, 1.43
j Paolflo Expreei, 8:12
Way P.nfr, 1:14
Chleeao Day E., 12: 1 H
Mall Train. 3:08
Chioafro Kxpreiir, 3:,11
Mail Train, 7:01
Huntingdon Aoe'n, 8:101
I Part Line, 7:30
Cloaa eonnaotionr mada b; all train at Tjrona
IBU AJOOK UBTOQ.
B. S. BLAIR,
A tUftnlaavaa CurwaniTllladallj for Reynoldf.
villa, at 1 o'elook, p. m.t arrlvinit at Raynoldarllla
at 0 o'rlock, p. m. Retorning, Iravaa HayooHa
Tilla daily, at 7 o'clock, a. m., arriving at Cur
wanavillaat 12 o'clock, n. Fare, aacb way, 2,
A ataga leavca CarwonnTllta dally, nt I o'clock,
p. m., for DuBoia City, arriving at DuKoia City
at 6 o'olook, p. m. Raturning, laavea DoBoii at
7 o'clock, a. b., daily, arriving at Curwanivillc at
II o'clock, m. Fare, aaoh way, $1.40.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW GRADE DIVISION.
OS and after Monday, May 1.1J, 18S1,
tba paaaangor traim will run daily (aieapt
Sunday) between Red Bank and Driftwood, bj
EATWAmi.l,! Mail lear.i Plll.bnrg
8:44 a.m.; Red Bank 1 1:84 i riligo Junction 11:51;
New Betblehem 11:44 p. m.; Mayeville 1:10;
irtiy l:.i. nrookvlMe 1:44; r alier e 2:20 ; Hey.
noldlvillel:38; DuBoie 1:08 ( Summit Tunnel
1:11 ; Penleld 8:41; Tyler'i 8:44; Beneeette 4:31;
errivee at urlltwooo: at 4:20.
W EHT W A R I ). Day Mall leavaa Driftwood
11:10 p. m. Beneietta 1:04 ; Tyler'i 1:35 ;
Penleld 1:48 ; Summit Tunnel 1:10; DnBoiil:14;
neynoiaavine 2:v; f uller'! :0; Hrookville8:lv
Troy 8:48; Mavivllla 4:13: New Betblehem 4:24
Sligo Junction :07 Red Bank 4:14; arrival at
ruiiDurg at a:ic p. at.
ff4 The l)u Hole Accommodation leavee Dn
Bon at 7:14, a. m. Rrytioldmlle, 7:44 ; Brook,
ville, 8.48: New Belhlebem. 0:441 Red Bank
10 in; Pliubnrih, 1:211, p m. Leavee Pittiburgb,
ai :io, p. m ; nel uanl, 0:0 ; riiew Betblebei
7:04; Brookvil'a, 8:114 ; Reynoldevilla, 8:51 ; Ha
noi!, 0:10, p. n.
T-9 The Hrnokvllle Arrommodatlon leave!
tlrookville at 7:00 a as.; neynoldaville, 7:54; Dn
Hole. 8:15: Summit Tunnel. 8:41 : P.nH.M. B n.i
Tyler'!, :! ; Bennetelte, 8:55 ; Driftwood, 10:48
a.m. Lieavea tirtltwonol at a:ul n o.; Btane
letta. 9:50; Tyler'!. 0:18; Pen..I, 0:30 ; Sum
mit Tunnel, 10:0.1; Dulloli, 10:1 7 ; Reynold!
ville, 10:45) Ilrookvllle, 11:80 p. m.
Cloaa eoaneetloni made with tralna on P. A K
Railroad at Urift.ciod, and with train! on the
Aliagnany Valley Railroad at Red Bank.
DAVID MfCAROO, Qea'l Sup'l.
A. A. Jaceaok, Sup't L. ti. Div.
Bclletonta, Pa $1
Mlddletowa 15 00
Marietta.. 4 44
Laneaoter I 80
PHILADELPHIA 7 00
Altoona 1 It
Jnbnitown.H I 84
Tyrone 1 11
PITTSBURG t It
XT te V9n " s"nplM worth
v J I. ,j irre. i
Addreaa 8riaaoa A Co.,
JU"TICE8 U COHTAni.F.M' VtYf
Wa have printed a large anmber of tba new
oibu, ana win oa tba raeetpt or twenty.
v ante, mail a eoay to any addraaa. mylt
CniCA GOf.NOK Til WES TF.HN
II tbaOLDKST, BRST CONSTRUCTED, BEST
auitrrev, ana aeoot taa
WEST AND NORTH-WEST I
Tt li tba iberteet and beat mite between Cbicago
aou aji poiaie la
Kortbara Illlnola, Dakota, Wvomlng. Vebraiha,
Iowa, California, Oregoa, Ariiona, i:tab, Col.
arado, Idabo, Montana, Nevada, and for
COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA,
IKNVEH, LKADVII.I.K, '
SALT LAKE, SAN FRANCISCO,
Deadwnad, Sloai City, Cedar Raplde, Dee Mclaea,
Celnmbaa, and all poiate la tba Tarrltoriee, and
tbe Weet. Alao, for Milwaukee, Green Bay,
O.bhoab, flhebovgan, llarauelto, Fnnd da Lae,
Warertowa, Uougtmn, Naenab, tlanaaba, St
Paal, Minaeapoha, Hnrnn, Volga, Fargo, Rie-
raeres, omona, baCroeee, Owalonna, and all
fjiisu la Mlaaseata, Dakota, Wiaoonaia and tba
At Council BlalTe Iht Trtlnl of Ibe Cbleage A
norta weetera and Ibe II. p. Railwaye depart
, hh an .ua aamo JOIBI UBIOB
At Cbicago, etoea eonnectlont ara made wltb
Ibe Lake Store, Mlekigan Central. Baltimore
Otla, Ft. Wayne A Penneylvania, and Chicago A
Orand Irank Railways, aad tbe kaakakaa and
raa nanaie nantea.
Cloaa eenaeotiea. madt al Junction Folate.
It It tba ONLY LINIraaalag
Pullmnn Hotel Dining Cars
CHICAGO and COUNCIL BLUFFS.
ypallaua Sleeper! a all Might Traiaa-tM
taatet apoa Ticket Agaall telling yon Tickets
Via this road Kianilae year Tlokett, aad refen
o way ii wer ae eel reaa over lbs Chloagt A
If yea aleh tbe bait traveling ameniaiadatlene
fee will buy your tlrketa bv Ihn roala, M-AND
WILU TAKE NONR OTIIRR.
AU Twket AgenU sell Ticket! by thll Lisa
. U V" 0"'" Manager,
. M. CblangiT
Mrorelew .!, "
Clearneld, 1.40, "
Barrel!, .1.44, "
Woodland, 4.01, "
Hi,l.r, 4 0,
Bio. li.ll, 4.19, "
Phllipaburf, ...d.St, "
Stelner1 4.JD, "
Boyntoa I...4.40, "
Oioeola e.M, "
Powalton, a.fa, '
Hdn.mll, ..la, "
Vsneooyoa, ft.SS, . "
Tyrone fl.OO, "
.':!i. J! frniiLttir6 ft? "rrff"'.Tna
The Great CLOTHING Emporium!
ni:s OPKRA HOUSE,
UU ft,U 10 " "Y J"r
1 the sbovo CRlftbliHlimont
V lVAt. . . .
LARGE AND UANDSuMK STOCK OF
Hats, Gents' Furnishing Qoods, &c.,
Whethrr you wlih to mike t purcbaM or not, t ibi.ll be pltmtd tt til tiniH to chow you our
kMOrtmeDt of goo ii, whtob will it udm oDrlnot yoo that tur
Styles are the Best, and our Prices the Lowest,
RetnetnW, lao, that wt bkvt an Ugtit waortuant if PIKCK GOODS, of th UUl dot eft leu,
ptciall lo (ended fo
And wa ara praparcd to MAKE SUITS TO OIlllKK AT SHORTEST NOTICE, and'tiall amlaavor
to lult tba tarta of Iht moat fastidiou.
Opera House Block, opposito postoffioo, CLEARFIELD, FA.
2 CAR LOADS. 2
The lnrgeet and best assortment of wagons ever brought to
One car load of CONKLIN wagons,
One car load of STUDEBAKER wagons,
Which we will sell at factory prices. We buy these wagons by
the car load and pay CASH for them, therefore we are able
to sell cheaper than any other dealer in the county.
We guarantee these wagons to be first-class
in every respect. Also, a lot of
Platform Spring Wagons Buggies.
One car load of GRAIN DRILLS which we will sell cheaper
than ever before sold. Give us a call before buying elsewhere.
F. M. CARDON & BRO., Cleared Pa.
February 23, 1881-tf.
MARKET STIICET, CLEARFIELD, PENN'A.
All kinds of Caskots and CoQlns kept on hand, and tarnished lo order on
short notice, including tho finest as woll aa the cheapest that can be manu
la tho best In nso, and will bo furnished when required. Funerals attended
in any part of the county. Call at my oflico, on Second street, or loave
yonr ordors at Troulman's Furnitnro Store, adjoining the Posloflico.
JAS. L. LKAVV,
oct 1,'79-tf. , Cloarfiold, Pa.
N. E. ARNOLD,
Wholesale Dealer in
DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Groceries,
TOBACCO, LEATHER, FLOUR,
FEED, GRAIN, SALT, OIL, &C.
I buy direct from jobbers nnd
car loua rates, hence can compete
Also, Dealer In
Saw Logs, Lumber, Shingles and Bark.
Parties having bark to haul
anu receive liberal advances. Also, advances made on Saw Logs.
Give me a call.
N. E. ARNOLD,
Sept. IS, IMO-lf.
MONEY TO I.OAW.-0. Drit-claae Im
proved farm properly, by tba Mutual Life
In.uranot Company of New York, on Irat mort
gage, la nai from 11,004 ap. For farther la
formation apply la tbe undrreigned.
III'RXTHAL VT. SMITH.
Clearieli Pa., May 7th, l!7-tf.
Mower nnd ICrnporNl
miTR nk.ftlW kel tba WALTER A. WOOD
I MOH'KRS aad RKAPKR9 for eale, hoildee
xeeniaerepelnfortbaaamo. Alao HORSE HAY
RA K IS. and all klnda af farming Inplemeata.
-Will aiehanga above for IIOR.-Kj ar
CAITLI, tr Mil very taw for tech.
FRESH MEAT I
WILL aim continue the butchering bmlaeii.
Meat market ia tba nlalaina mill offlna. nm
Finn etroet. Freeh Beat every Monday, Wedoee
day, Friday aad Satardav nominee. Year aat.
raaaga It reeewctfally aolicited.
a w. BROWW,
Per M. 9. Baowa.
Clearleld, Pa, Jaae let, llsi-ln.
n'p "0l W call Rl
. A 1 A P '1 J If
WAGONS ! !
ninnufacturers. reeoive coods
with New York and Philadel
durinir the Winter, can contract
Thomas A. Duckett,
IflRRRBY give aatlee lo the eltlieni of Clear
Sold and the aurrounding vicinity thai I am
prepared at all lime! lo furnlek familial aad
mannfaeturiag eetabliabmeati with a aaperlor
Coal, Wood Coke,
Which I am prepared In deliver la a few hmtra'
aoliea. I am alwara raadr to haul and delieev
in ani to ton depot, or anywhere elae, and
move fomiltee and boneehold good! anywhere oa
ibortaotloa. TIIOS. A. DUCKKrT.
Vlearaold, Pa, Mar. tl, lltl-tr.
.!. ll (.ni , AGKTi!
JOHN B. OOUf.H'S In.'
John B. Gough
Cl.t i .u ii A.r .ri, "ma
tt w.iM-ll.Tf all otlim Urn ; tt AA,,AJ
r,-"i ,- i". in mrnJJVihZizi
.nl. I , . .-;"- w Ufa
ir,e Ih. Ml. -I Ihif ln. ,! ni,h Om JtmJJ
Hi: .iil iiv, m,rr jmmuat rnu t. tt nraJ Ihla
" " " " wiw tt mm rlw.
Ml ' I ? T !- C
"v'rTl,.''..'lwriHew. awl Im
rm mi'- .rii.e I...I M.tul.TA '
t C, -hen, llmfcrt,U.
JalJ II I
WEUNKrl MY MllRV( (. HKP f. J4,
Mn. tt'OLFKS I'llOdKAMMK
In o vif,'ortni nr.tl well triUcii Ii'Uit
PhiUJolnhi. V,m lb. lion
10 1 1 1 ' " it,, nm
Cbarlf n. Wnllo iIimiuh um juauioii
na a rumlitluto ltr Klulo Trt'ufurur.
Ho Tory clearly i xpluiiio llittt lio ontim
into lliio oonlorit I'nr tliu pii rjxiKa of ro
luuoing tha lU'tiuliruii url' (ifPvnn.
oylvania from a ring that linn ro lung
aid reckloniily controlled it organ
ization. It in not piutcndcd liy liim
that any qnciition of political impor
tance or finnnciul reform la involved in
this campaign. On the contrary be
ad mi In that the election ia of litllo im
portance, but claims that it afl'orda the
independent Kopnblii una a memt fu'vor
ahlo opportunity to try concliinionti
with the Cameron ring without doing
an injury to the Republican party.
Ilo does not intimalo that tho office of
State Treasurer would not bo faithfully
administered under Jleinouralic auspi
ces, and bo fiankly concedes that tho
candidate of the ring, tienoral Bailey,
is "personally unobjectionable," "but
bia auccena mcuua the triumph of the
bosses and the perpetuation of their
power." Ilia own election, ou the
other hand, "men no notice to the booHCD
that their arrogant rtilo must ccaae
and that they munt henceforth be con
tent to bo with tho rest ol up, obedient
and lnitbful servant, instead of the
This is tho entire iasuc as Mr, Wolfe
defines it. It ia ono that solely con
coma tho internal economy ot the
Republican party of Pennsylvania,
which ia divided between two factions,
tho ono controlling its Conventions and
dictating its nominations, the other in
sisting on fair play, and each claiming
to repreecnt tho masses of llio liepnb-
licon voters of the State. Mr. Wolfe
as a volunteer candidate of tho indo-
pendunts untors tho field to try this
issue witn tlio ring toforo tho peoplo
at the ballot box. Ho rejoices In tbis
opportunity of an "off year" to bring
tho ring managers Tor the first timo
fuco to face, with their political mus
ters lor judgment. Tbo election of a
Democratic Treasurer bo docs not con
sider "a terrible disnstor," but asks
whether, in an alternative of continu
ed submission or a Democratic success
when but n n unimportant State office
is involvod, '-it would not be better to
tako the rink of a temporary reverse
now, and tints rebtiko thene arrogant
masters of the machine by giving thorn
notice that the liepnblic-tn nomtcs in
battling for their sovereignty do not
intend to by longer gnilty of the folly
of unavailingly fighting them behind
! entrenchments and on lines of battle
of their own selection with the cer
tainty ol defeat."
Such is the position of tho imlrpen
dent Jicpublicaiia of the Slule as delin
ed in tho letter of 'Mr. Wolf.i to the
I'rent, und which thnt journal docs not
very successfully combat. ilunitVally
it would not be sound polity in the
Democratic party of Pennsylvania to
intcrfero in tbis fumily quarrel. Hy
doing so it would only experience tho
provorbial fate that attends such inter
forence. The moment . the Democrats
should nominate Mr. Wolfe be would!
become merely tho Democratic candi
date, tho Independents would full hack
within their own party lines, ami the
iBsao upon which Mr. Wolfe's candi
dacy is justified would be lost. Whether
Mr. Wolfe should be elected or defeat
ed as tho candidate ol the Democrat
the ring would remain master of tho
situation. Xo true friend of Mr. Wolfe
within or without tho Democratic par
ty would advise a stop that would do
him no good but would groatly rejoieo
tho' managors of tbo machine Uis
candidacy is tbo logical scquoneo of
tbe rovolt against the machino caucus
for United Statos Senator lan Winter.
Upon the square issue between tbe
two factions there is reason to believe
that Mr. Wollo will come nut of tbe
contest with a larger vote than linilcy
if tho liepubliean masses are thor
oughly aroused, and this would we
givo him nnd tbo Xnilupi'iidcntN a more
mibstantiul victory tlian bit election to
a comparatively unimportant oflico
through Pcmocratic mipport, for it
would bo an ond of tbo rulo of the
Cameron machine. In to pretty
quarrel thcro is no room lor Dem
ocratic; Interference. Ilarrisbvrij
XE ir STOIi Y A 110 UT a EN Ell A L
It hail just leaked out that while
General 'jirant wan traveling in Asia
ho oxpreaaed a deaire to get a aliot at
a lion. Not wishing lo cxptwo hira to
uny danger llio natives aecured a stuff
ed lion, sot it np In a jungle anil then
took tbo illiiHtrioua traveler oul for a
hunt. When tho beant was sighted
tho General was all excitement, and
crawling np lo I favorable position bo-
gan to blaco away at the animal with
no pcrcoptiblo effect. After firing
about twenty shots ho begun to get
mad, and tuking off his coat, he settled
for a regular siego. Fearing bis wrath
when bo discovered the sell, tho attend
ants endeavored to induce him to give
up tho attempt to kill tbe beast, telling
him it bore a charmed lifo and that ho
could not possibly Injuro it. JIo told
thorn to go to thunder, that ho was
after blond and was going to have it
After a vain fusilade of half an hour
ho arose to his foot gnashing his tooth
with rage, throw his suspenders off bis
shoulders, rolled tip his sleeves and
grabbed his rifle by tho barrel, so he
could nso it as a club. Tbo attendants
again begged him to desist, but bo po
litely though forcibly informed them
that he would have that cuss or leave bis
honored remains strewn promiscuously
all through that jungle, and with a
wild cry of "I'll fight it out on this
lion if it takes all Summer I" he rnshod
npon the beast and with one woll di
rected blow laid It over on Its side.
Then be chased tbe native attendants
for six miles, but being better acquaint
cd with tho country they got away
from him in safety. Detroit Free Frctt.
As is being dono in some places in
this Stalo, all merchants and business
men would do well to agieo to refuse
to accept all mutilated coin and thus
drive it out of circulation. Our banks
and postofficet already observe this
FRA VD VI KN T JA'S URA NCR.
The odilor of the Krio Ofarrver lum
oviilcntly bcin luklnjf in llio mmli'i'n
nnido cit' lil'u iiiMiiiiiiiio ami ijivn hi
rvriilciK llio lnll(iwiii):
Kur otiiiictiniu w hnvt) licun )ri'.itr-
inn I"-'1' I'liMiiiil lu the Jiublie in ref
muhi!u In Ibe I, ilo Inmirnnce biniiifHR.
1 here lire (lilnuciUitu in llio way, u
I .". ,,d Wi.l,ol H' in-ptmiii-a!
companies are generally men ol inlel -
Iceland poaacHa special qualiQeationa
lor preaenting Ihinga in the bent light
for their coinpanieanrelaaaol insurance.
Hut they aim) nro not alow in pointing
out tho wcuk point and delects ot
other competing companies, or clatwca. oi al success ol that aucding in IKH0,
We have consequently gathered up, caused a break in tho crop rotation
muili information lrom ul'cji.u und lover a lari'O extent of cntintrv. and
olllcors, and will give our readers ihe
expressions of these keon-wittod men,
showing whot they know of the vuri.
ous kinds of insurance, ami then en
deavor to draw correct conclusions
It la unneccHiary to discuss what la
called "graveyard insurance" that of
tuking out policios lor large amounts
on old paupers and others, who arc on
the vcrgo of tho gravo. No honest
man will engngo in or uphold such a
nofariona system, ha ling to demoriili
cation and murder.
The old line oompanios which bavo
stood tho test of years, have in many
in.isncos become profligate in their
oxpenses, and tho largo salaries nud
fees paid olllcors and agents hasbrutight
upon them merited censure. The funds
of some, ol tho companies have also
been improperly invested ami pays no
interest. Immense marble palaces
have been constructed for officers, and
the ofllciuls surrounded by lackeys and
luxury, all at the cxpenancf the hold
ors of policies, who have in pay assess
ments from their hard earnings In
keep up this princely style.
J.isgusieii wiut such extravagance.
many person, navo withdrawn or re
","':u l" K" ",lu " companies,
n(1 r,'""i' "as been the orgoui.a-
uou i . turge nuaioor o. miiiuoi com-
panic,, ip od, bad and indifferent.
'IM. I ...o j. -
iiv in-iiu uiein, reuci or aiu socie
ties, connected with churches or some
of tho respectable secret orders, are
many ol them honestly conducted, and
.L .: . ,
wiimgu Kuiiieiimcs not, curried nn ex -
viii iu.i.i,i uiiiir in it e oei, rules lounu
. 6 i
necowary by experienced companies,
, , ' ,. ' '
"""" I''" uoiuers
mniniy goes ior uio relict ol tuo willows
nnd orpbnnsof the brethren o( the so
Anions tlio niutuula there a a t.lftsK tj
of companies, and they are legion, or-1 7 1 , , , 1
Kanir.od for the express purpose of en- i V" 'T 'i"
abling fllce.-s and akr'nts to make1 ' " VCn
, i, - T- , , t,ie rmv worm hav nrr a ded in the
money by ohtninini; a f).t or $10 no Cv i , , . 8
i. V . , r ""lliKfon of the crop, Hr that fields
lee. lor mnluncu a few men orcanizo ' .i : , . , ' 1 . ,
one of tbo-ie mushroom affairs and iuc "' tho cttry
. i,. ,,..i k ono isl,r,n8 Bftv ''"lo or no return at tbo
bers, each paying $10 initiation or1"- ""' " -fth. more
policy fee. Suddenly the wmPny ! '7!. T'l " " l'"'e conspir
collspHca, ar,J iho same men, cJ "P;. '"d by the pro-
thus pocketiiiK $50,000, orKani.e anew i "T U,.'C,M ot 1S7-
cnm.or .,! .i.,..,.i, .i... i Bnd Wl' ln JJl"Pn to these there
SAMPLES CF POLITICAL CON-
The Washington Tout hits tho Mas
sacuutt'tt. Senators squaro in tho eyes
hy comparing the liberality of tho laws
of Virginia and Massachusetts with
refcrenco to suffrage. These honora
ble hypocrites, in their correspondence
with Mtthone, ur(;o tho Republicans to
make common cause with tho Repudi
ation parly becuino tho laws ol Vir
ginia require tho payment of a small
tax lor the support of common schools
as a qualification for tho right of suf
frage, whilo at the samu time a tax
qualification is required In Massachu
setts, under which thousands of citi
zens h.ivo been deprived of the privi
lege of voting. And this with the con
currence of these Senators. Tho Pott
suys : "II a citizen of Massachusetts,
no matter how honorablo his life may
have been, fulls into such distress that
he is compelled, In a single instance,
to accept publio charity, his name is
stricken off the poll lists. Ilo may
have been a heavy taxpayer in tho
past, hut that does not count. Lot
him but accept a coffln for his dead
child or modicino for his sick wife, and
tho laws of llio liayStuto, by and with
tho advico and consent of Senators
Dawes and Hoar, designate him a
"pauper" and disfranchise bim us a
convict. In tlio terrible period that
followed thi financial crash of 187.1,
when millions of honest men in this
country looked in vain lor labor by
which to earn bread for their depend
ent families, there wero some thou
sands of tho sons of (oil in Massachu
setts who lost their right to vote. Tbey
could find no work, becauso Industry
scorned to bavo died. Tho spinillcs
and looms ol tbo factories wore still,
tho shoe shops wero closed. (Jrim
poverty stalked abroad, and tho wolf.
howled at many a door where smiling
plenty had sat in happier days. All
who proferred public charity to death
from starvation in that awful timo
wero disfranchised, liko convicts, by
and with tha advieo and consent of
Senators Dawos and Hoar. We are
not practically anxious or perplexed
about tho Hay Stale. That ancient
Commonwealth has her good qualities
tooffeet hor bad ones. If she sells
paupers at publio auction in tho gentle
Spring timo, if she disfranchises for the
crime ot having been poor and dis
tressed, it is also true that sho contains
many noble characters and leads tho
way in many paths of progrois. Um
wo confess that it moves our contempt
and derision when Messrs. Hoar and
Dawes, alter assisting In tho disfran
chisoment of so many ol their poor
neighbors at home, go down into Vir
ginia lo weep and howl because an
ablo-bodicd man ia required to pay a
day's earnings annually into tho school
fund, or forego the luxnry of voting
till anothor year."
Xo (io Wo notice that tho Massa
chusetts Supremo Judicial Court baa
dismissed the petition of Lelia J. Rob
inson lo be admitted to practice as an
attorney in the courts. The reason
for dismissing Lclia'i petition was
she is a woman. So then it appears
that the Plymouth Rockore (Yankee!
Blarney Stone) are just as much bar
barians as they were two hundred
years ago when they cut the tonguee
out of tbe Quakers' mouths and ban
ished the Baptists into Rhode Island.
Barbariane still, although fenced lo
by a number of bigh-toned educational
Contribution to ihli dBpartiuant hould h ad
J. lima Km ii, I'lr.ra.U, Pa.
TIIK l.f.HSDS Of THE ll.l ItrKST.
, , , ,
TliKnijjIioiit lurc n-t i n nf llie
j Wintnr wlivnt wfliim l tir couiiliy a
! vuiy lijjbi iniji Ln Uu Imrvt-nU-.l ;
. tht itimi beinif not onlv nhnrt in nimti-
lily but . in quality, an much of it
; ia more or lens ihriveleil. Several
: causes have euiiapired In produce this
; partial luiluiu of the crop, noma of
which tlute as fnr back as the
.Spring of 187!), when the failure of tho
clover Beetling, together with (he gen-
necessitated the sawing of uii iiiiuhiiuI
ly largo proportion ol the crop ol IShl
upon torn stubble a practice which
is common in tho southern half of tho
Winter wheat licit, nnd which la based
upon reasons of Bound economy, al
though wheat thus mauaged docs not,
as yet, whatever it may do in tho fu
ture, produce as largo a crop as that
own upon clover so l, or even upon
llio Pail ol lSSO was a at anon of
general drouth, which retarded tho
plowing for wheat, in many cases
causing fields to be abandoned which
it bad been intended lo plow, thus
diminishing the acrca;;o sown, and
causing much lo ho sown on poorly
prepared soil, whilo tho continuance of
the drouth caused much of the seed to
mult in tho ground and gave tho re
tnainiler a Into nntl leeble siurt, which
tlisartvantngo was intensified hy the
j early setting in and long continuance
! ol Winter.
I here w as a great deal of
inferior whont harvested in 1KS0, not
withslutitling the abtindanco of tho
crop as a whole, especially throuuli
the southern half of luo Winter wheat
; M . l)Cr0 corn,uinl w .
,,ilt .,, ,., ,. ,,,,,
. 1 -"
course much of this shriveled wheat
w UBC, fr geed, and from the same
quarter now como the loudest
! nlitints of a noor crnn
' ' ' '
The cuily Winter ind lute Spring
caiiied the harvest of 1881 to come a
week Inter than usuul, and fully two
weeks later than the exceptionally
eariy ono ol 1SKII, while it was attend
,. i i r ,
ed by a season of almost unprecedented
. .,, '. "mlu
bent, combined with excessive drouth,
ate ripening varieties of
whuut failed to form a kernel of full
licro has houn more ?um plaint
have been local losses from flood end
fctorm, which hnvo helped to rodtico
tho aggregate yield.
To aid to our discomfort, Russia
threatens to step lo the fror.t with a
crop of unusual abundunco; Kngland
reports an avcrago yield, and no for
cign country seems likely to make an
unusual demand for bread; henco tho
partial compensation for one short crop
which high prices would givo seems
likely lo be denied us. Altogether,
tbo situation is ono which may well
cau?o us to pause and look about us.
Wo have roilo into prosperity upon
three great and increasing crops, but
we now find ourselves standing with a
light crop on our hands, for which wo
have paid high wages, and for which
we may expect to receive but a mod-
orulo price. Now, as wo review tho
past season and prepare lor tho com
ing one, it scorns opproprialo that we
ask ourselves, llow much of tho short
age of this crop is duo to uncontrolla
ble causes, and how much to our own
Xo part of our wheat growing Is less
satisfactory than our meagor success
in raising wheat npon corn stubble.
We have been content to regard twenty
lo twenty-five hushols as almost a max
imum crop, to bo raised only under tho
mosl fuvorahlo Reasons upon corn stub
ble ; but aller falling behind tho host
management in several particulars in
tho handling of the crop just harvested,
and notwithstanding tho losses duo to
a combinalion of unfavorable climatic
conditions, that avarago has been oc
casionally obtained this year, and a
correspondingly greater ono in more
favorable seasons, llonce tho question
comes fonihly homo tons whether the
yield of our corn stubble wheat Bhonld
not approximate moro nearly than it
docs lo what we consider a fair crop
npon wheat or oat stubblo. The cul
tivation ot earlier varieties of corn,
clcnnor and later culturo, and prompt
work al seeding timo these aro amone
tho factors which will contribute to
Tho late Fall drouth caused little un
easiness to those who had plowed curly,
anu bad followed tho plow daily with
the harrow, pulverizing tho surface
whilo moist, and thus preventing the
drying winds from roacbing the lower
lePl1" ol the Seed bed ; or who had
kept the ground mollow and tho woods
down in thoir corn-fields throughout
How much of this year's shortage is
tluo to tho use of last year's damaged
seed, no man can tell ; but that a largo
part ol it Is so duo is beyond question
For tho use of this inferior socd there
was no reasonable excuso, as thoro
was an abundance of good seed in
the country which was sold at low
prices ; but it is to bo feared that many
of thoso who bad both qualities allow
ed a few cents difleronco In prico lo
take tho good wheat to market and
send the poor lo the field.
Karly ripening varieties of wheat
have seemed for many years to give
more nnilormly good crops than those
riponing later, and this tendency was
quite marked this season. Whether
this is a law of our climate mar not
yet bo fully determined, but it is an
important question which should be
closely investigated. '
The ono great lesson of tho harvest
Is that brainless work will no longer
pay upon the (arm, but that he who
would prosper thore must work npon
a definite system founded upon a com
prehension of tbe laws of growth, and
that be must be aver prompt anj faith
ful in obedience to those laws.
J Main Hlra.t,
Pllll.lPf 1JUKU, PKNN'A.
Talila alwa.r iuiplM wiib tlia bval the mark
aS'jrd.. Til. trai-li:ig pubiic Ir tnillcd oall.
ja l,'7. ' R0B1;HT LOYll.
it NKW WAHIIIMITON, PA
Ttlt new and wall lurniabad bona baa baaa
Ukan by tha undaraignad. Ua leal ounfldaot of
-r.nd.r ..ti.fac.l,,., .,.. "wbTnl.,
r..oi k.u wiu a an.
Mayt, 1811. li. W. DAVIS, Prop'r.
NEW WASHINGTON, PA.
II. D. ROSE, . . Panrsilioa
Ab4T1io l.e.tof aouiuiiiodationa fur man and
bsn.t. A ItuTa) rhare ol public atr'nng. li
QLEN IIOl'B, i'ENK'A.
rpilB and. r.ljo. I, having Icieed
X mudi'iui II. .lei, ia the villjire of U
ia now preiiarvd to aceoiniunilnia all who miiv
oall. My table and bar ihall be aapplled with
the belt ibe market atlorda.
OllUIHlR W. DOTTjJ, Jr.
(lien Hope, l' , March IA, 1 87D-tf.
-l'bii old sad w-ll-eiUbli.h-J Hut.l bi
bfVD loaiod b-tbDJ.ri.inntJ,iiJ be Irell aos
fit)nt o reocJvtiat; itifciioii to l hone irhn mi;
pBtntoiM him tJonri lUbMnf Attached.
I.KVVH 0. BhUOM, Frihrivtor.
April JlSO tf.
A LLKGHKN V JIOUSK,
J:V CI.EA HFIKLD, PKNN'A,
WILLIAM If. l)KAS Prpri,lt,r.
tfTliU houw t pttiQtir liifttttel on Kii
Mrk-t ftreut, and convenient to the Court ll-mie
end all btiilDR plaei of tho lawn, It ho re.
ooittly bean rvntUsd aod refurol(h"d ffdia fllir
to atl:o. .r iu(pliJ wiib ctioioet li i,r.
Tbl rimishotl with tbe lieat the m irkKai:
(Jocid Mal.le attaobed. Kate m drte
A.rtl 1.1, mi tt.
DREXEL & CO.,
Ko. 3 1 Mouth Third tttreet, Plillairlfhla
And Dealers in Government Securities,
Application by mail tar i tl receirf promjt attsn
tlon, and all toforKiatton cherfuiljr furniihod
Ordert lolloted. April 11 -tf.
r. K. AHttuLD. . W. AHMOLD. tl. B. A tiauLli
F.K.ARNOLD & CO.,
Hankers and ISroker.,
ReynoldsTlIIe, JeiTeraon Co., Pa,
iSnnty repel ved on deponlt. DUonanti at tni
darate ratoii. Kutern and Foreign Kxrhnngeal
wayi on band and oullfotioni promptly made.
Heynuldeville. Uae. I ft, 1874.-I
County National Bank,
OP CLEARFIRLD, PA.
UOoM In llrabam'a Brii-k DullJIna. ! t-.ora
e of T A. Fleju i St ire.
faaeafre Ticket! to and from Llrerm'ol. Unocal
I I I,--!- i.
. wuuuu, ran. anu vnpennairen
I Aleo, Draft! for lale on the Moral flank ul lrelanJ
and Imperial Dank of London,
JAMK8 T. LEONARD, Pr-i't
W. M. S1IAW, Ca.hler. J.nl.'M
j i-. R. nEicmior.D,
ai'Hfii:i)N nr. tim,t.
graduate of Iho Penn-ylvenit Oolleee of Dont.l
Sorffary. Offloe in reidsnee of Dr. Hills, onimeite
the Hhew Honae. mrhl.1, ';o tf.
DR.' E. M. THOMPSON,
(Oflet la Dank Building)
CurwensTllle, Clearfield Co., I'a.
mob li '7 If.
M. II ILLS,
orr.n.irifi: oe.v tist,
agg CLEARFIELD, PEN.VA.
er-OISee In reslden.ee, opnoilto Sbw llonse.
J. M. STEWART,
(Offlna la Waitirn Hotel building aeennil floor.)
Mtrona Onde One adtnlnietered for the paia
ail eitrartlon of teeth.
Clearleld, Pa., Ha; I, ISTMr.
1 n PRINTINn OP EVERY DKSfilllP
99 tine neallT assented at tbia onion.
.7.1 A WEEK. Ill a daeathomeea.il; made
V . i,o.!i; onuil tree.
Addreri Tni a A Co.
E. S. HENDERSON,
u t, Ki c ti' las I'n.A A.
rpilK lubifnUr now uflVr to tba pi dim of
X liuroMiia and Tlclnttj, an unprovided
.emalty. liar-alter all ktndi of Canada a.
Coffloi wit. b kept on hand, and orden filled at
lunrral 1lttndfd t1ttytcltcre.
I will foriUh tha flnatt aa well at tha ehrapait
artlrtM dfdieatad lo fimaralr A II ordm left at
tba tort tf John C. Co nib will fee It p rum pi
nun, tut inriour pnnicniarH, cnn on n
ddrwi E. B. I1KNDKRSOX.
Dm. IO, ms-tf.
Improved Spring Beds,
MAKKRT BT11KF.T, NEAR 1'. 0.
Tbe nniteriift-ned beti leare 10 Inform Ihe ettl
aane of Clearfield, and the aablie generally, that
ha hat ea hand a fine aMortment of Furniture,
eaeh ae Welaut, Cneetnnt and Tainted Chamber
Bailee, Parlor Bailee. Keellnlne; and (ttenalna
Chaira, Ladlea' and Oeata' Kaiy Cbatra, Ibe Per
forated Dining and Parlor Chaira, Cane Keate aad
n indmr I'halra, t'lotbet Here, Step and Kiten
loa Ladders, Hat Reoae, fierabbing Rraehee. Ai
MOULDING) AND PICTURB FRAMKS,
eohlag Qlaaiea, Chramoa, At, ableh would
avltahle fur llolida preeenta.
deolO'Tl JOHN TROUTMAN.
The Bell's Bun Woolen Factory
Peaa Uinnihip, Clearleld Co., Pa.
TbeeobeViberi hare, at great allien ae.rehnlli
neighborhood neoaeelt;, la the ereetlon nfa Sret
alaaa Woolen M.aufaelort, wilt all tha modera
Improeamente attached, and are prepared to make
all kind! of Clotba, Caeilmerea, Setinette, lllaa
kate, Flannels, io. Pleat nf anode oa I'mA
aapplt all oar aid aad a Ihoaaand aa eaelamera,
abom we aek to noma aad stamina ou lloek.
The bnitnee! of
CARDINQ AND FULLING
will rmelea oar aeporlal attention. Proper
arrangement! will ha ma.la lo raoelTO and dellref
Wool, to luit auilomeri. All work warranted and
done npon tbe ehorteet notion, and be etriet atten
tloa to bnelaeea wo hope to re. lite a liberal ahara
af aablie patronage.
ICMMrO POUNDS WOOL WANTIDI
Wa will par the klgheit market arias for Woo
and tell oar maaafaetured good, ai low aa tlmller
good! oaa be aoaght la tbe oeoely, end whaaerer
wa fail tt reader raaaoaabkt latiifaetloa we oaa
el way i ha found al kemt ready to mate propee
uplanaUoa, alitor la pareoa or hi latter.
"SI! eVHHBOn VON.
The News Front
THE! HAVE JUST EECEIVID
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
Hals ' l CapJ
bS: Furnishing ti:
That Ever Came into the
AT TUEIR STOKE, UII0.il AO. 1
;ko. c. atom w . itooHi;.
Pa., ftn.L tt, 1860.tr.
Live Let Live
IS OUFt MOTTO!
rPilK poblle ii bereliy aotltpd that our entire
X etork ..f
In ! I it lafpit itvl.'tv arc jr;oaratf- J to lie .
at lower prirt- tbaa el'wb r at
Malilc Clothing Sim
Western Holel Corner,
Ccuipctitiun ii tho lire tnainft. ai. I i.ut I
.'it'll (or iiDfWM'lIinjr oibrm "an-- i to pa
aoioa tbtt fact. Our Iwg .Mat .fin in
t-Ufire" taMifit" to jt. re;iiilif-.
Tbaokii.jt thi piiWic fcr punt fa von, wa w
do our lrt to merit a enlioaaneaot tbe tarn.
Old Western Hotel Corner,
April IT, IRSI-tf.
MQERIS S: IRELAND'S
Tlie only 8-Flange Safe in the World,
More Improvements than any Safe
made, such as
Moro sceuro from Btirirlais than nnj
Kiro l'roof Safe, un j no expenso
in rcimiriiifr liolts or Links.
Patent Hinged Cap,
Inside Iron Linings,
Solid Angle Corners.
Tlifse Snfcs itro now licing sold In
tin's Sttilo In
Anil give tlio
Beintf tho Most Higlily Finislicd,
Best Ltfa&o, ani Cboapost rirst-
uiaso SAE tvor Produced.
These Culobraled Sofos hnd the
Great Boston Fire,
And since Hint timo oiUATnnd inpoh
IAKT IMTROVRMKNTS bnvo
Riforo Riving your order lo ny
othor concorn, send for prices and
MORRIS & IRELAND
Cray's Specific Xlcdiclao.
I aullaal V...k. a, 1 3
T'rNfvV and all
' ' ' " Diuaiea that
r l.TTLea. Jun.
IEFOHETAIIiaf-.il... aa a -AFUD TMlIi
ZwDt-e Abue; a. li'.e t,l Mnuiorj. I ,.,..,,
a amide, I'ain in tbe Ltack, Loaint,i ..i ,l(
Premature old Are, and maiir nil,,, I.
that lead to leeeail; er Con.muttin at l a fr.
arl.'nll iartirulare la our pam.u:et, l.i
we ilef ire to .end free lij mail to kvrry i.n.. -j.
t.eM ilia Medioine if told iiy ell druiriti ai II i.,r
Vi..me, or ill .ackaoi l-.r j, or mil i
free bjf meil ua reoeliit of the uionev, l.v
Ii. llli UHAV alKDICI.VK co ,
Cold In Cleaitcld 1 C. D. Mal..n.
a iS:, ',-1 I ,
READING FOR ALL I!
BOOKS . STA TlOXEli Y
Marknt Ht.t i'leirfleld, (at (lie I'ukI lit!...,,
T11K nnderi.igr.fd bfpa Icara lo Bin-l(
cltinna of ClearCeld and ririi.it., i
ba dip fittrd up a room and Lai jtt rc ursefj
friio (li ciiy with a larue au.ui.t tf rutin,,
matter. rinii.tin in part of
. Eibles and Micelknecus Books,
Blank, Arxoant anil Paaa Hooka af itry
erif.tioa; 1'nj.ar and Ecrelcf aa, J'm.rh f r. Vj
ml plain 1'eni and Pesiila; Llank L-gii
fa.i.rp, Uo.-Ja. Muityagctf JuJfinent, Jeu.,.
tltu and I'rotuiaarr oulca; Wbita ai.tl I ..ret.
root. i )ritif, Ltftal Cap, Kecord Cop, atitl LiM
6hct Muaie, U-r eituer Piaoo, rlota or WiUtt
otitantl od hand. Any bovkt or rtatiMn
den i red tb.it I tab j nut haf eon hiBd.willlreurufit
b.T 6rn flxprrf. auj aold at wbuleiala or r-uil
to a Jit euitnmeri. 1 will alto karp er d-caj
Iftcratnrv, tuh av iViafrafiaaa, Naw-papen,
1. A. UAl'LlN.
CfMji'.r May T, lBfl8-tf
HeriaOr, foodn will be io)r fr-r f ; U ,,ti,
or io vfjj an ire for prouc. Ho Wikt
krjjt i-j tha future. All A1 afrmiois n,,.,' t
let tie-1. Tboifl who faoaot rarb uji, ,:tiJh(
band i ver tbeir noted aod
CLOSE THE RECORD.
I am dctcrraiorj to pall my nwlr
prlrttt, ar.) at a discount fr tvcluw ih
'.ftcrail iu tbii Tirtnity. The difmitnt I n'
cvnvart, will makelhem rtrh i) tw. niv i :
thoy follow my adviefl add hny tbiir pit, .
ma. I will pay c.irh for vbent, o-U iMt
ecd. DANIEL (iuOljI.AM't
Lallirri'irr, Jintrnr- 17, 177.
' 'J ' I J'iLt ffrli'itla
FACT3 WORTH KNOWING.
Cloafr.IIirha, iinrlrakfeKtllllctU - '
nitiv utticr ot bei medttinet known j(i
klilf ullycomhintd in pAHt. P sCmr.r '1-
lo niai;t it tfic eTc.tctt Blood Purifier i,id
tha licit Ileal lb aad fitrn;tli lioaturrr
fefrfetrt l thecompoaution of pAaitaVs Hiv
t it ut'l. jf you have Dympfpii
Hheumttlim, Naunloia, Bowa
0al, fctdnfy ot
Livar Uiiordar. or if vu not. 1 am
i ai'pctucr, il To vie i jutt the ni-.h.
inrymj.a. it U b'hlv curative and uitia ;ttn
i nit never nitoxn Aimg.
. J( 'l e sl'jly waMinj away Cor
rvmptioa cir any ncsi.il ynu ti4V- ii Ha in ft
CougFi or .bad Cold. 1'ai kfh s(jis.,Kfi in.,
nil kurely ttrln you. It givet new Ltc r.:
'iKor to tne fpcSle nnA and i irn ,,
ure (or Rheumatism and Cholera InOrium.
It II aa bated Uaadmlfl of Liffa) It Mr
Tf you r feclinn miwrjdte d"nt ejlt tn.:.
vnti are tlown iklt, liut uie ihe 'I : i :
No metier wh.it yrdieaor tymjitjui u
ii will fjive nrorapt relief.
Krmeml.rrl VAKkUf'-itii-irrw Tn-.i- i r
i mm ftimk but the Batt and Pure;t Fini1
Medieiaa ever made, c"inixiinJrl hy u m .
ITdcesa, and entirely diflercnt )rr,m I'm -.
inurr jirf(.mti'nt nd ail other 'I .um. 1 1
4 me, fci it tie. '-tir druriM c.in mit !v vu. '
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM
The Baatand Hoit Efoaonlcal HalrDrMitn
tiquinttly perfumed and perfectly ham!"..
Hill alwara Rratore Gray or Fadt.l Hair
lo iti original youthful cotor snj apneanrti -it
wjmnls l lo tt .p in (ail.ii-, asiiU tia g
and prevent 1. ilrlnr
A Irwajili.-nt ncf tSennt.-t-Mwi't m'" '
hir, fVar ,a 'l rianrr-i( anl c ure itct-ir i a- ' I i
luwun tt tluKalp. boi by lliini(it.at'i.
April (1th. 1-M-lj.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
C 11 B MICA1.S!
PAIN TS, OILS, UYIC STITK
OF ALL KINDS,
PURE WIXES AND I.IQVuHS
Ut Baadldaal poiyoa
Tn.if, Bavjiorfari, Sthool B ikf n,t - i B
rj, and all other article Bimlh
fnund is a hntg Store.
nivsioiANs pRKPcnrrTinN.s cutr
FULLV COMPOUNUKD. llavin a K'- -
Jtarknaa lo tha bni Incut thaj eaa fir r- r. rit
faction. .1. O. HAKT-iv.-T.-K.
JOHN V. riiWIN.
nwrf.M, ttwamW 1. 1474
OPEK FOR ALL!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Como to Frenchvile I
I HAVE jiiat received llm hinr.'st
slock of poods ever linniL'lil I"
this section of tho county. "I'i '1 '
will sell forcnsli or produce i l"'"!1
ns they enn ba liouht clsewlnu'. My
stock consists of
Groceries, Bonis ifSlmrs,
"NaiU a Specialty.
Ready Made Clolliiii!i.
A full stock of FISH. Salt in Inn:
or tmnll sncks, or by the) hnrrcl
siono or clnv. (JlTEKN"VAI!K.11
styles and qonlity. In sliori, 1 l're
overytliing iiscdeil hy tho fiirmor. tl"
mechanic, the Innnrcr, or niM '"''T
olsn, which 1 lll sell ust fi rhenpns
ths goo fs enn bepnrchssed sny'l'prt
else, l'lrsso enll anil exainine r,T
((oods and prid'S bofors invcti"ff
FrenchTllle, Pa., Mr. 8, 8I tf