leu iisy 1 vniitn Hull roa il
TYROS 8 4 CLEARFIELD BRAKCH
i.-Ati-r.'. " i , -
0 aid after Honda;, NOV. ID, W, the
Paa..og-er Train, will run daily (exeept San
da.) between Tyrone and Clearfield, ai follow, ,
Carwenirl)la,..l.i'0, r.w.. Tyrone,.-
. Claarnld,......i.4l, "
Leonard,.. !., "
Woodlai.d,.---4 ol. "
Wallaeelna, 4.17, "
a Viae Ball,.....4.16,
Omaam ,..411," 44
Hb.hpiborl, .4.S5, "
Gtelncr'l, 4.3V, "
Tyrone, .0, "
. 9M, "
..11. I, "
LEAVE SOUTH, i" LEAVE NORTH
Huloar 'a, ......
...0..14 " .
PU1LIPEBURO A MOSIIANNON BRANCIIKS
P. M. A. M. A. N.
A. M. P. H. P. I
. : 13:10 .
: 12:2 4:90
10 10:20 7:18
1:44 10:35 7JI
2:47 10:43 7:10
1:51 10:48 7:45
1:67 10:69 T:5
8:07 10:51 8:01
9:11 11:09 8:00
0 10 12:04 4:01
8 66 11:61 1:67
8:60 11:46 .1:40
8:45 11:40 1:45
8:10 11:36 1:45
8:96 11:30 :H0
8:30 11:15 1:30
BALD EAQLB VALLEY BRANCH. -
' it. Hall. ' ' Hall. Eip
P. H. A. M. P. H. A. Hi
7.08 8..10 leara Tyrone arrive 8.11 7.65
1.19 8.17 Bald Karle 6.6 7.41
8.01 M0 Julian t.10 7.06
8.14 t.66 Milciborg , 4.46 8.49
(.32 10.03 ' "" Bellefonta 4.96 8.83
" 8.46 10.16 Milelburg 4.15 81.1
0.08 10.40 Howard 4.01 8.00
I 41 11.18 arrlraL. llaren leara 1.15 (.26
TYRONE STATION. -
RAITWAKD. A.ll.f ' VBITirAfin. J
PaoiOe Eipreu 8:14 Pittuburrh Kip'M, 1.59
Johnatown Expreia 8:51Paoiflo Expreia, 1:18
p. a. I
11:611 p. a,
:27 War Pamenger, 1:15
:6I Mall Train, 8:34
II: J3 1 Fait Line, '7:08
Oloie eonneetiuna made by all traini at Tyrone
and look uaren.
8. 8. BLAIR,
A itAKoleareR CurweuiTilledalty for Reynold!.
villa, at 1 o'elook, p.m., arriving at Reynoldnville
at 0 o elook, p. m. Returning, leavea Heynolda
ville daily, at 7 o'clock, a. m., arriving at Cur
wenavllle at 12 o'elook, in. Fare, eaeh way, II.
A stare leave! Curwenavllle dally, at 1 o'elook.
p. m.. lor lJuBoie Citv, arrivina at DuUta City
at ( o'elook, p. an. Returning, leave. DuBola ai
T o'elock, a. daily, arriving at Cnrwenirllle at
il e'oleck. m. rare, eaca way, ai.&w.
Allegheny Valley Railroad.
LOW GBADK DIVISIOlC. 1
V! and after Monday, Auruit 4th. 1870,
J tha paaaanger train will run dally (axeapt
Bunday) between Red Bank and Driftwood, aa
follow. : . ,
EAHTWAni). Day Hall feavai Pltllbnrg
8:65 a. m. Red Bank 11:16; Sligo Junction ll:33i
Kew Bethlehem 11:36 p. an.: May.rille 11:50;
Trny 1:13 I Brookvll'e 1:36 ; Fuller'. 1:00 ; lley
noldirllla Ml; DuBoi. 2:511 1 Summit Tunnel
.I8 PanBekl 8:43; Weedville 4:06; Beneiette
4:31 t arrtve. at Driftwood at 6:20.
9VCSTWAH1J Day MlUlcayeiDriflwwd
12:20 p. m. Benetetta 1:05; Weedville 1:90;
PeoOeid 1:46; Summit Tunnel lit; DuBoL!:35;
Keynoldeville2:53: Fuller'. 3:10: Brookvillo 9:33
Troy 3:64; Mayavlll. 4:14; New Betblehem4:30 :
Kllgo Jnnetion 6:13; Red Bank 6:30; arrive, at
rtttiburg at I 00 p. m.
pJT Tba Reynoldnrllla Aecommodation leave.
Roynold. villa daily at 7:66 a. m.( and arrive, at
. Red Bank at 10:60 a. m., FitUburah at 1:80 p
Leave. Pittiburgb at 3:1( p. m.; Red Bank at
:a& p. m.; arriving at neynoiairina at v:u p.
Cloaa eonnectlon. itada with train, oa P. A B
. Railroad at Driftaood, and with tralna on the
Allegheny Valley Railroad at Red Bank.
DAVID McCAHllO, O.nl Sup'L.
A. A. jAoaeoa, Sup't L. U. Div.
FARE FROM CLEARFIELD. TO
Bellefonta, Pa (2 05 1 M iddletown 6 00
Look lle.en. ........ 170 MarletU. .... (66
Willlam.port. I 80 Laneaater . (
Huntingdon ) 80 PHILADELPHIA 7 00
Lewi.town. 1 90 Altoona H 186
Marvfvllle... ....... 4 58 Johnilown.. 186
Cuweuiville.....u 10 Phllimbura (I
Onoeola 66 Tvrnne 1 22
HARKIKBURG ... 4 76IPITTSB1IRO (16
Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs.
Onrwanrrllle, Jaa. 0, T8 If.
Jfew 3Iarble lTartl.
Pottt for Ctmtttry l.ot.
A NKW MARBIB VARD-Call at J. FLA
' MARTY'S Marble Worko. Choice work and lew
pricce. Directly oppoeito tha Lutheran Church,
'intrd nreet. Ulearneld, ra., narea 27, lB7-tl
tStntc Normal Ncliool
(Eighth formal School District.)
Lock llavcii, Clinton Co., Pa.
, A. 'y. JIA UB, X. M.i Priwipal
Thti Bebool a at prQtonnitHatad, eflrirt tha
rtry beat faoiliUaa for Profauional aad Claiittal
. finUaioci fpaeioaa, IttTltlne and aoraaMdloni
r aomnltlaly beat by ataain, wall raattlatad, and
rurntrDM wita a bona it t u) aappij ar par water,
aafi fprirf wair.
Looatton baaltbfal aad aanj of anaaM.
flarroiiading ternarr oaiorpaaaad.
Tfaahara aiperieaeed, ffictent, aad alive to
Dieotphae, fraj Wtk(d(aiforiDni thorougb.
i Thy eaau a weak dedatioa to tbooa preparing
VoamaTeor Huij praaoribad by the Rtatei I
Modal Kohool. IT. Preparatorj. III. Klenan
japjour eooam i
I.- Aoadcaie. IL OoauaroUl. HI. Mutla.
Tba KImnUrT and Bcientlfle ooar ar Pra
factional, and etoilaaU gradojatlnt; thertin maaWe
a' Htat DibloBek4ttanferrlti (ha fnlki-Hnt errat.
pondlof degraaat iMaataraf the Holenoae. (ird--l
oaiee id toe oiaar aovraaa rroelra normal Uariia-
eatee of their aiUituaaaU. awaa-i b tba Faoalta-.
Tha Profaaaloal enrreat vi lHieral, aad ar
la thoronghBaa aot Inferior to thote of oar bait
Tba State raquirei a hlchar order of eltlsan
tbia. Tha Una detaaad U. It la oae of tk
jirim ftfcjwti ofthll aobool to help toeeoar It by
. iNrntWeAf tat a.vii" "a rRwapwi MaaaTt tar
'hot J' tall. 1 lb4 ad It Hit ytMg par
1 T" 'i ft'A "4'',,M Bd K0f, I'ri'tnrihoaa
4 lajrK-taiheir th 'arbi Uir u).
I iiki-WirW.--'ra mil lurh A .itaa aid to
aevali'plDg tbair powera and Bliandaat opporfi
.Biliaa for well paid labor altar laavlag eneool.
Yvt oatalogua aad Urna addraaa tba Priaeipai,
J. H. Barton, M. D., A. H. Baal, Jacob Brown,
8. H. lakferd, laatul Chrlit, A. N. Haub, R. 44.
Cook, t. C. Hippie, K. P. MrOormick, Eaa.
A -."!' V'f "" JWIW B0B-; .1 . 1
Silt.. "Carlla, ITon. II. L. Dlrfeabacll,
a. Jaa.4 Merrill, lion. Wat. Biglar, t. O. O.
Wkalay.S. Millar McCemjIek, K.o.
it' ll . I, . WlbLlAM BIOt.KR, J
Praeideat Board af Traatae.
ci o1&. ur.-K-RiL.
. MILLAR V'CORMICK. wetrMary.
.' t NOMAH JAllliLKf, Treanrar.
I . UrtlUpaavahsreVlala, -
THE MANSION HOUSE.
' 1' nrnrrof Second and Market Streets.
, CI.GAHI'IKM, PA.
THtS til and ajommodloua Haiti has, during
the past year, been enlarged to double li
former otapneltj for tho entertainment of itran
an and geeat. The wbolt bulldlnc bu bu
rtfam.st.od and the proprietor will apart no
peine to render hit fssW tmforttble white
tuyiaa wiia klm.
eWha 'Mention Hoaae" Omalbat runs Is
and from, the Dtpot oft tbt arrive) and departure 1
Of eaeh train, . W. 0. CARDuN, :
July 13-77-1 Proprittoi
A LLKGHEN V HOTEL.
Market Street, Clearfield, Pa,
n Ui ni ursuicj, iviuivnj urviiiu vi iui
Leonard Hunt, harlot teased the Allegheny
nuiai, Kinoiii inar 01 pumio pnavruoatjo, a
Houn bu been tborourhly reii aired and eanlf
had, and faetU will And it a plaatatit atop
plaoa. Tha Ublt will be lupplitd with tha
of avarythlDK ta tha marlttt. At tba bar
ba fuuod Ifaa bait vlnaa and Hquon. (Ittud
May 17, '78.
- (Oar. of Harket A fntnt itraau.)
. ' CLEARFIELD, PA. '
Tba nadereianed bavins taken eharae of thl.
Uotal, would rnpeot!ully aullrlt public patronage.
laoio, te, a. naniUA buaii.
NEW WA6IIIN(JT0!J, PA.
U. D. ROSE, . . Paorai.Toa.
Maala, 15a. Man and aorae over night, $1 00.
Han and two boraea over night, (1.60.
Tha bent of aecommodation. fur man and beaat.
T T - NKVy WASHINGTON, PA.
Thil new and well furnished booaa haa been
taken by the nndereigned. He feel, oonfident of
being able to render aati.faction to tboaawho nay
lavor aim who a can.
May 8, 1871. O. W. DAVIS, Prop'r.
Talda ilvi anMlirf .l.h tk. h..( .k. ..k.t
afford.. The traveling public la Invited tooall.
jan.l, 10. HUUKKi LUIU.
County National Ba"kf
OP CLEARPIRLD, PA.
ROOM In Mtaonle BnlMInt;, in door north ol
C. D. Wataaa'a Oraa; tttora.
Paaaafra Tioketa to and from Liverpool. Queena-
town, (Jlaiftow, London, Paria and Copenhagen.
Alao, DrafUfor aleon tba Roval Bank of Ireland
and Imperial llank or Londun,
J A in ko 1'. aUfiUAtlU, rrea't.
W. M. SIIAVr. Caahtfr. jinlTT
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 31 Kouth Third Rtreet, Philadelphia
And Dealers in Government Securities.
Appllaatioa by mail will raoeiva ttrotapt atten
Hon, and all Infurmatioo cheerfully furninbed
Ordera aolictcd. April U-tf.
r. K. ARMOLD.
a. W. ARIfOLD.
1, B. ARNOLD
F. K. ARNOLD & CO.,
ISankors mid Itrokern,
Reynuldavllle, Jefleraon Co., Pa,
Money received on depoalt. Diicount. at mo
derate rate.. EatterB and Foreign Bxubenge al
way. an hand and collection, promptly made.
R.ynoldivllle, Dec 18, 1874. -ly
J L. R. nEICHIIOLT),
flreduate of the Pennnytvania College of Dental
Surgery. Office In reiidonoo of Dr. Hi!l,oppoitto
the Shaw Home. mchl9, '78-tf.
DR. E. M, THOMPSON,
. (Ottoe in Bank Building,)
Curweuarllle, C'lenrttcld Co., Pa.
moh 13 '78-tf.
J, M. STEWART,
, SURGEON DENTIST,
. i - CLEARFIELD, PA.
. (Oflloa la reeidence, Beaoad etreet.)
Nitrotu Oxide Oa. adminliterad for tha pati
na, extraotioa of toath.
. Claarueld.Va May t, 1877.1 y.
5,000 Rail Road Ties
Cnrwcniville, Pa. Jan. t, '78-tf.
SHOI'.MAKING.-I hereby Inform my pa
tront, and mankind In general, that I have
removed my ahoemaking .hop to the room la
Qrabam'a row, over 8. 1. Snyder'. Jewelry storo,
and that I am prepared to do ail kind, of work
In my Una cheaper than any other .hop In town.
All work warranted ae good a. aan be dona any-
where elM. Poaitively thil 1. theoheapeet ibup
in uiearneia. ius. ti. unaninu.
Dae. II, 1878-tf.
Tba andersigncil hu an band, at bla bep In
Two-horse Wagons, One-horse Wagons,
Spring "Wagons, and Buggios,
For aal. Waatera waa;rna ai wall aa iboe made
bera. Any of wbich will be eola ebeap tor eann
or approrad aaourity. For farther information,
oatl ia pareoa at ny abop, oraddreaa m by letter.
Clearfleld. Pa-, April IS, IsTK-Lf.
Wholesale b Retail Dealer in
THE LARQESTand BEST SF.LKCTED STOCK
IN 1 11 At town.
TUBS and BUCKETS,
County Agent for
Theie good, hought for CA81I In large Iota,
and Bold at almoat oily pric...
JAMES 11. LYTLK,
Clearteld, Pa., June 12, l7-ly.
The Bell's Kun Woolen Factory
Feal tcwaihlp, Clearteld Co., Pa.
- ' 1 nir d out 1
' HI HOI
BUR NED U PI
ThaanbHrlberi have, at great axpenaa, rebnllt a
nalgbborkaod aeeeeiity, in the erection of a (rrt
el... Woelen MaBufaotary, with all tha tenders
laiwraeeaaW't. ataaehed, aad are prepared ea tnaka
all kind, af Cloth., Caa.lm.ra., atlnatu, Blaa-
keta, Flanaala, Ae. Plenty of good, on hand te
aawpiy all war 04a aa. tbeaaaiM new anvlnteera,
wtHiwt wa aah ta enaaa aad eaamtae ear .tank.
Tba baaineea af
- ' CARDINS At rOLLIRfl
win reoelva war aepaclat a4tetlaa. Prepar
arraageaienu will a mawa la raeaiva ana deliver
Woat, to anil ewatemarl. All work warranted and
Aoaawpea too ahortoet vatleo, and by atrial atten
44. a ta awalnoae we hape ta foaliM liberal ikaje
of pabila patraoago.
IOAIIO POUNDS WOOL WAUISDI
Wo will pay tka klgkaot market prise for Woo
aad Mil ear anaaafeetwred geode a. low aa atasilar
geada aaa ba bongat to tba aonoty, aad whenever
wa fall ta pander roaeenahla aatleaaetloai wo oao
alwnya ba faond at boaia toady ta aeaca pre per
oaplaaaltow, oitber la peveea ar by hftaar.
arllMK BoworP. . I
CXKARK1KLD, PA. ;
WKDNKHUAY MORNLNM, JAN. U, 18x.
117 r SHOULD' SOT MR.
STARTS BR lMPEACHEn t !
Moro bcriom chargo bare never
been made against tlio"Forcijfn Office,"
or the Slate iScparlmcnt, than tlioao
found below, muJe by the Waaliington
I'utt. II tlio one fourth oftho charg&a
made can be established to the aatisiuo
tion' ol the poople, the whole crow
should bo convicted and exiled. The
"Gcorire F. Seward was appointed
Consul (Jenrrnl at Shanghai in 18U1,
ho not being ttvpnty ono years of ago
at that time. '
O. I). Urudford wuh appointed at
Sowurd's solicitation, hi Vicc-Consulin
Seward remuined Consul Gonoral
1870, Brudford being his deputy and
confidential associato for fourteen years.
In 18T0 Mr. Seward was promoted
Minister to China, and John U. Moyers,
of Pennsylvania, was appointod Con-sul-Gunorul
in his place, and at once
entered upon tho discharge of the
duties ot his office.
In loss than throa mouths ho did
covered that a systematic policy of
theft, extortion and embezzlement bud
been adopted and pursued by Bradford
with the knowledge anil evident com
plicity of Soward for a number of
years, and at ouce ordered Bradford's
.Sewn id, who, 118 minister, had re
moved to Peking, upon being notified
by Bradford of his disgrace, proceeded
to Shanghai, and, without the formali
ty of eithor charge or investigation,
suspended Meyers and installed Brud
ford in bis placo, an act for which ho
had not so much ns a shadow of au
thority. Moyers thereupon formulated charges
against both Seward and Bradford,
and, accompanied them to the State
Department at Washington.
Becoming alarmed at the illegality
of bis proceeding in suspending Mey
ers, Seward telegraphed Mr. Evarts
lor his approval and ratification.
This request Mr. Kvurls immediate
ly complied with, notwithstanding the
charges filed in his own department
against both Seward and Bradford.
In order to relieve tho official bri
gands from any possible interference or
surveillance, Mr. Meyer was ordered
home in apparont disgraco and Mr. G.
Willey Wells nominated to fill the va
cancy. Without waiting for confirma
tion, Congress not being then in ses
sion, Wells proceeded ntonco lo.Shang
hai and entered upon tho work of in
vestigation from which Meyer bad
been forced by Mr. Evarts to desist.
Mr. Wells quickly discovered that
Bradford was tho thief Meyer had
charged him with being, and, having
apprehended bim in purloining letters
from the mails, arrested, tried and con
victed bim, and sentenced bim to pay
a fine of $250 und to imprisonment lor
two months. -
Bradford, without protest served out
the sentence and paid tho fine.
Mr. Wells then telegraphed to Mr.
Evarts all the facts, and asked leave
to suspend him from his viee-consu
To this Mr. Kvarts mado no reply.
Wells' next step was to send to the
State Department tho record of Brad
ford's conviction for theft and mal
feasance as Vioe Consul, accompanied
by a formal demand for his suspen
sion. To this Mr. Evarts mado no reply.
Mr. Wells, having booome possessed
of sufficient ovidence to justify him in
tho proceeding, but failing to procure
bis suspension, exercised the authority
vested in him and ordered Bradford
arrested and committed lor trial on
specific allegations of embezzlement.
To this charge Bradford pleaded
guilty and was committed to jail to
These tacts were In their ordor com
mnnicatcd by Mr. Wells to tho State
Department, and Bradford's removal
again asked for.
To this Mr. Evarts mado no roply.
Meanwhile Congress met at tho Re
publican Senato, through tho effort, as
it Is alleged and believed, of tho State
Department, failed to confirm Mr.
Wells as Consul General.
Ilo was consequently ordered homo
by Mr. Evarts and a man by the name
of Stahl nominated in his placo.
In the meantime the Houso ot Rep
resentatives began impeachment pro
ceedings against both Seward and
Bradford, which wore interrupted by
the application through Howard's
counsel for a postponement in ordor
that bo might personally bo present
and conduct his defense.
This was granted on tho condition
that be should bring with him all tho
books and papers containing the re
cords of bis office.
When Soward reported, however,
ho refused to produce either his books
or papers, claiming that they were his
private property, although the ovi
nonco showed that they bad been paid
for out of tho public funds.
The ftirthor plea set up lor him by
his counsel as a justification for his ro
fusal to obey the order of Congross
was that by tho production ot his
books he would be required to crimi
nate himself, Bradford, who, at the
time of Seward's departure was in jail
awaiting sentenco, was, through Sew
ard's solicitation, ordered home in bis
company, and watt thus removed from
the Jurisdiction of the Court that had
convicted bim and had the power to
Articles of impeachment wero short
ly found against Bradford and adopted
by the House, but In Mr. Seward's rasa,
although supported by as strong proof
and sustained by a large majority of
tha commltleo, their adoption was pre
rented by the extraordinary proceed
ings of tbo Republican membors of
Congress. ' ' ''
This Investigation, whleh bad cost
the country over 1100,000, and bad
resulted in establishing outside of tbo
books and papers which Mr. Soward
refused to exhibit indubitable evi
dence of bii crimes, was thus brought
to naught by tbo revolutionary pro
ceedings of Mr.' Seward's partisan
friends in Congress.
In the moanlima Mr. Wells, having
failed of (cnflrrnation, and the term of
offioe for which Stahl was nominated
having expired (ho having been ap
pointed to fill tho vacancy), another
tout nf Seward's, named Jluilcy, was
appointed by Mr. Kvarts to tho Con
sul Cieuuralahip. ,
While Bailey's nomination wnf end
ing Geu. Mosliy, who hud been ap
pointed Consul to Ilong Kong, filed!
eburges in the . .Statu Department
against bim of being a defaulter to the,
extent of 10,000.
These charges were on file at the;
Stale Department and wilhiu the
keowMiie of..r, Kvarts at tho time j
of the appointment, yet ail mlormn-
tion of them was withhold from the
Senate, Ho was consequently con
firmed. N either would theso facts over have
been known, In all probability, hud
not Gen. Mosby diapatched a private
letter inclosing a copy ol the charges
aguinst Bailey, which information was
mudo public through The Washington
Then Mr. Evarts was forced to ad
mit their existence and bisoonceul
menl of them Iroin tbo Senate at the
timo Builcy's nomination was under
Bailey's first nut whun ho reached
Shanghai was to rcniovo from ofllco
two of the Consular clerks w ho had,
by ordor of Coiigi ess, testified before
the Commilleo aguinst Seward.
They were thus left destitute and
apparently in disgraoo, and were
obliged to work their way homo before
Mr. Evnrlii' next act was to allow
Bradford his salary during the timo ho
was in jail serving out his sentence for
robbing the mails und while suspended
and awaiting his sentenco on the con
tossed crime of ombcz.zlonient, down
to tho 0th of last September, long
after Congress had adjourned and
adopted articlcsof impeachment against
Kot only this : ho returned to him
out of tho contingent fund of tho State
Department tho fine of $250, which
he had paid upon conviction ot pur
After tho adjournment of Congress,
and M r. Soward'aoscapo from impeach
ment through tho revolutionary tactics
of bis party frionds, and by pleading
in bar hisconstitutioual immunity from
being obliged to criminate himself by
tbo production of his books and papers,
Mr. Evarts again dispatched him to
China as the representative of tho
Government to a couulry where his
extortions were well known.
Theso facts wo have stated concisely
and as nearly aa wo are able in chrono
logical order. They aro oach and all
susceptiblo of proof. Thoy show con
clusively not only Seward's guilt and
Bradford's infamy, but in a manner
not to bu evaded or explained away by
Mr. EvarU'protcctingband and guilty
collusion from first to lust. There can
be no question in the mind of any can
did man who reads these declarations
that we have either grossly plundered
Mr. Evarts or thut ho Las rendered
himself liable to impeachment as being
a guilty accessory to tho crimes of
both Seward and Bradford. It Con
gress is possossod of ono title of the in
dependence and moral courage it is
popularly supposed to possess, it will
first satisfy itself of the probablo truth
of theso ohargus, and, having done so,
order Mr. Kvurn upon his triul in con
nection with his guilty copartners im
mediately. If the half of what we have statod
is truo, or one quarter of It, Mr. Evarts,
in order to shield the guilty nephew of
his great friend, William II. Soward,
from a just punishment of his crimes,
has disgraced himself, and brought the
high office ho occupies into degrada
tion and contempt.
Tho question is : What will the peo
ple's representatives do about il f
ORTHODOX TO THE CORE.
Tho brnto forco practiced by the
Federal Administration during tho war
has caused many to bo thoughtlessly
load away from tho pkth of truo Ameri
can liBerty, as understood by tho
fathers of the Republic Tlio views of
thcoditor of tho Philadelphia Record aro
astrueaalhonoedlo to tho pole. Read :
' The Maino imbroglio is not altogether
without parallel. It has soino points
of resomblauco to tho Buckshot war in
Pennsylvania in 18.-18, whon tho Whigs
undertook to organize bogus Legis
lature, and for nearly a month kept np
tho fuice of a separato organisation of
the two Houses. The Wbigshad been
in control of tho Commonwealth for
years, as the Republicans have been in
Maino ever since they elected Ham
lin Governor in lB5G,und,liketlie Mnine
Republicans now, they wero resolvod,
right or wrong, to retain Iheir hold
upon tho State. The Dorr rebellion in
1812, in Rhode Island, is another some
what similar historical inalanco. Mr.
King was tho lawful Governor, Dorr,
who pretended to have been elected
Governor, ventured to rosmt tho legiti
mate authorities, and he and bis fellow
conspirators actually laid siege to tho
Stato Arsenal, in order to obtain the
arms and munitions depositod there.
Governor King put down tho in
surrection by tho strong band, and
Dorr was tried and convicted of high
In neither of tho cases nam-d was
there any interference by tlio authori
ty of tho United States. Thore never
can bo, constitutionally, such interfer
ence The utmost extent to which the
President can go is to furnish military
aid to snppress domestic violence, npon
application of the Stato Legislature,
or of its Exccnlive when the Legisla
ture cannot bo convened. This aid is
authorized by the fourth soction of ar
ticle IV of the Constitution of the
United Slates, wbich aocliun guaran
tees "(o every Stale in the Union a
republican form of government.'' It
has been customary for tho President
to be called upon whon such protection
was requirod, but the language oftho
soction does not seem to absolutely ne
cessitate a call on bim. This language
is: ''Tba United States shall guaran
tee," etc., and It is certainly broad
enuugh to includo Congress, or even
the Kodoral Supreme Court.
In no recent event has tlio insidious
progress of the heresy of centraliza
tion been shown more strongly than
in the comparatively alight degree of
alarm and resentment excited by the
successful defiance by tho Bstigor mob
on Christinas day of the constituted
authorities of a sovereign State, Had
the elocution of a similar order of
President Hayes been prevented by a
liko menace of violence tho whole
country would have been startled lit
the audacious act, and a storm of in
dignant condemnation would have
been aroused. That the treasonable
transactions at Buugor hardly caused
a ripple of excitement outside of Milinu
is gruvoly significant. Il is the Stale
Government wbich most immediately
concern, tlio citizen. It bears direc tly
upon him ; it surrounds bim with tho
protection of law in bis evury day
affairs ; it keeps the peace ot society
so fur as it kept it at ull ; its gives his
remedies for wrongs; it punishes
offenders against his rights of property
and person. Mono of theso things tho
Federal Government does save in a
very remote degree, or in certain ex
traordinary cases. Mureover, it rs
through tho Sluto jurisdiction thut tho i
citizen exercises, lor the most part If
not wholly, bis right of sell govern
tnunt. To sustain tho system of sepu
lute State authority, as recognised by
Iho founders of our American polity,
is a duty wbich should enlist tho
hearty accord of all good citizens, und
command tho loyal service of our best
statesmen. The Union offers a moro
conspicuous arena tor tho display of
political talent ; its contests nre ol a
moro imposing character; its prises
aro moro desirable. But in all thut
concerns the liberties und the best wel
lure of the people, the domain nf the
Slate, though narrower and more hum
ble, is ultogeiher the most important.
Tho prevalent disregard, somu
limes almost amounting to contempt,
ol Stute as compared with Xatioual
authority, is one of the v oist results
ot tho war of the rebellion. In that
niomorublo conflict the Union was ar
rayed against Slutcs. The patriotism
of the country was concentrated upon
tho maintenance ot the Federal au
thority, and its armed strength waB
mussod lor the overthrow of recasnnt
State sovereignty. A radicul hostility
was then engendered to the whole
theory of Stnto rights. Is it not now
timo, in tho interest uf good govern
ment, as the frnmers of our Republic
understood it, lo pause und ask if wo
aro not going too far astrny from tho
ancient land marks?"
THE TU1KD TERM M 0 VEM Ei T i
Tho Grunt boom ism imminent peril
ol loing its momontcm before tho Na
tional Republican Convention. Intelli
gent Republican opinion is setting
strongly against the Third Term and
it is more than likely that Senator
Cameron and the rest of the Grant
managers will find a great deal of
trouble In carrying out thoir well laid
plans. To begin with, tho German
cletnout in tho Republican party is In
open rebellion againnl tho Third Term
idea. It is believed that no one in ton
of those German Americans who havo
hitherto belonged to iho Republican
party will vote for Grnnl should he be
nominated by their party. The un
compromising hostility ofCarlSchurz
to the ro election of Grant is well un
derstood and his opinions are potential
with a largo class of German citizens.
Tho other day tho Hon. Sigismund
Kauffinun, adielintruished German Re
publican of Hew York city, published
a letter In which be declared that "a
Third Term is at once a dangerous ex
cuss of reward and a dangerous con
fession of weukness." "Such a con
fession," continues Mr. Kaufman, "will
not be made without its inevitable se
quence, und we shall have a King in
tact long before wo have one in namo.
If we must have a strong man and a
strong Government, let as return to
Bismarck and his iron rule." This is
the language of a man who was the
Republican candidate for Lieutenant
Governor of Now Yoik in 180, and
who supported Grant for President in
1808 and 1872. The anli-Conkling Re
publicans of New York under the
lead of George William Curtis also are
organizing in opposlion to the Third
Term. TheBo constitute a powerful
factor in tho politics ot that Statu.
Coupling's candidate for Governor,
Cornell, lost tho voles of this clement
at the lute election and its detection
would have ensured his defeat by an
immense majority had not tho Demo
cratic votu been divided botween two
candidates, Robinson and Kelly. Some
oftho ablest Republican journals aro
also speaking out in most emphatic
stylo against the Third Term. The
Cincinnati Commirciol, tho Springfield
(Mass.) Hrjntblican and the Philadol
phia Evening Telegraph are uotahlo
among theso. Tho last named had an
editorial the other day on the subject
of Uruiilism which ought to bo read
by every voter in the Union. Wo
make the following extract:
"It is the truth of history that the
Government wa never so debauched
by political corruption as during tho
timo he was President ; it is part of
mo trutn oi History mat tlio country
was never, except in timo of war, in
so disturhod a condition ; it is part of
tho same historical truth that political
scandals were never before or since
so rife, and part of the same historical
truth that the fuullsand crimes of our
Government were never before or
since so conspicuous. It was an era of
political injustice, ot political blunders,
of political corruption, uf gilt-taking,
brine taking, nepotism, of usurpation,
of constitutional motbode set up in
their place. The men who made that
administration the shame nf the coun
try that it was aro the men who came
in Gon. Grant's train on the ltilh in
stantthe Babcocks, tho Belli naps,
tho Robesons, the Cnmerons. They
camo as tho vultures como when the
suont of proy is in thoair. Thoy came
to shape the now administration as
thoy had shaped the old. Is il any
wonder that tho great soldier, whom
tho people honored for his soldierly
doods, and who wanted to forget for
evor his civil rocord, was received so
coldly by them when thoy recognised
his ambition lo again fill tho place bo
had so illy filled, and when they saw
about him again tho same rapacious
crowd ol political adventurers? If
the groat ovation was intended to test
the popular fooling, it was a great
success ; it did that, and, drspllo all
the efforts of authors to tho contrary,
it hai shown that the leadtn of the Re
publican party could dt no more suicidal
thing than to imitt upon the nomination
nf General Grant for the third term.
The voter of the people hat been heard
upon that qurition, and the voice it po
tential." An opposition ao earnest and vigor
ous cannot fail to moke a profound im
pression on the minds of tho delegates
to the Republican National Conven
tion. We grant that It ia not likely
that eilhor the Pennsylvania or tbo
New York delegation to Chicago will
be influenced to any appreciable extent
by such arguments as are employed
in the article above quoted. The
creatures who are inado delegates to
Republican Conventions by Conkliog
aud Cameron nmierstand no login ex
cept lh!r masters' d will.. Besides they
are usually persona who want nuthinf
butler than tlid arrival of that licen
tious title which gave tho country
during the administration of Grant a
saturnalian riot of political corruption.
But the reprononlulivea of tha party
in other States, especially in the west,
will pause and consider before they
irivo their approval to a candidate
whose record will put the Ropublicun
parly on tho defensive from & ity
hour of his nomination, It may be
that theso too will bosoliod with the
futichisin which seems lo huvu made
slaves of iho Republicans of New
York and Pennsylvania. Wocan only
wnit and aoa.JJarrisktirg Patriot.
The Sun Francisco Call, ono of the
reform organs on the Western elope,
breaks out In this way : "
' The Puciliu Status can withhold
twelve eluctoiul votes from uny ticket
which is not soloinnly and specifically
pledged to restrict Chinese immigra
tion, as demanded by tho only people
llie Union who have lutil practical
experienco of tho effect of Chinese
competition on our laboring class and
on business generally. On this point
tho people on this coast should present
a united Iront. 1 here Is no other
question Ihal compares with this in the
magnitude nf Iho interests involved
It makes comparatively littto uiner
once lo us how the currency question
is settled whether wo have ei 00,0 00,
000, of Government notos in circula
tion or the same amount ot National
bunk notes, But a limit must be
placed on Chiuoso immigration or we
shall havetroublo in tho near future
Tho people of this coast aro neither
going to submit to competition with
Chinese coolii-s, nor are wo going to
give up this magnificent Stnld to that
race. We shall inako a way out of tho
trouble, and before long wo shall have
the working classes of the East with
us. Our present policy is to protect
ourselves as fur as possible by local
legislation, and encourage tho transit of
our unwelcome visitors to Eastern,
cilies. Wo know bow public senti
inent chunged in the Slate when the
Chinese appeared in-numbers, and we
can count on a Iiltu result in the East.
Meantime, il there is no National
party blessed with aufficiont foresight
to inuko Chinese immigration an issuo,
this Stute can give twelvo voles to
some parly that will."
More Maciuihism. A PollBville
telegram oftho lth says: ''Edward
Curley, a Mollie Maguiro of Columbia
county, w ho is charged with the mur
der of John Gunning, an old man in
Centralia on July ltitn, 1H.0, suico
which time be has been a fugitive from
justice, returned lo his family ut Cen
tralia to-day and delivered himself up
to the authorities. Alter a hearing he
was committed to jail at Bloomsburg
for trial. At his triul it is expected he
will turn Slates ovidence and expose
the participants in a number of tnur
doro oommitteft in tho vicinity ol Oen-
tralia, whiuh was tho sconce of many
bloody tragedies during tbo reign of
tbo Mollie Magnircs. During Cnrley'e
hearing Michael Brogau, who recently
married a daughter of Gunning's, be-
camo very much excited, and drew a
revolver and uttompted to shoot him
The town is very much excited."
Skcrf.tarv Quay in Court. A
Philadelphia correspondent in alluding
to this quoercaso, remarks: "Markley
& Son's suit against Matthew S. Quay,
to recover t2,GU7.85 fur printing done
for tho Stale Central Committee, of
which Mr. Quay was Chairman, dur
ing the last campaign, was tlio subject
of a decision by Judge Thayor on
Saturday. The point raised was thai
Mr. Quay, having signed the chock as
Chairman, tho members of the Slate
Commilleo and not he individually
wero liable. Judgo Thayer sustains
this point and refuses to give the print
ers judgment. E. Cooper Sbaplcy, tho
Mark leys' counsol, Saturday afternoon
look a writ ot orror lo Iho Supremo
A Wisi Man In view of the re
cont misfortune to his party in Maino,
Uncle Hannibal Hamlin recalls the
events of his curlier life. The old man
says he told Jacob's mother when ahe
was counting Esan out thut she waa
setting up a precedent thut the wicked
Democrats would tuko advantago of!
some time to the injury of Ihcir oppo
Business mon throughout the coun
try feel tolerably certain that, despite
tho effort of tho Administration and
Its backers to creato disturbance, Con
gress will lot tho finances severely
alone. Hundreds of Republican Iron
masters and other manufacturers now
confidently appeal to a Democratic
Congress to protect them from thoir
"Bon's" Imcomk. Col. Rolicrl (I
lngersoll, popularly known as Bob
Ingcrsoll, the noted infidel, recently
drow a f 1,200 audieuco while lecturing
in California, lie, it is said, has an
annual income of some (00,000 from
his professions as a lawyer and lecturer.
Ingersoll's blasphemy apparently sails
the evorago Calilornion.
It would be just as aonsiblo to put a
prohibition ot mnrder, arson, burglary,
larceny or embezzlement into the Con
stitution as lo actojit an anti-polygamy
amendment. Fundamental law is not
intended to embrace the catalogue of
crimes and misdemeanors.
Tbo Johnstown Hunday Times re
ports that General Jacob M, Campbell,
of that plane, ia again asking his friends
to aid him to bo nominated as tlio Re
publican candidate for Congress,
Rev. James Hawk, of Pittsburgh,
who claims to bare been a Chaplain
in the army with the rank of Colonel,
pleaded guilty a few days ago to eight
An exchange says: Gen s Grant and
Sherman, being old cronies, Use no
titles when addressing each other.
W hen they meet it is "Hollo I Grant ;"
"How aro you, Shormnn ?''
The "man without a country:"
lllalno, of Maino. Blolon, gone I
A cheap countiy teat alnmp.
flood for worms chestnuts.
: Psrfl.nntoM, .
DEALER t ' w
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKKT HTRKKT, N1AR P.O.
Tha uBderilaneil bciri leave to Inform tha oltl-
aena of Clearfield, and tba pub Ilo generally, that
ba baa oa hand a One aeaortuent of Furaltura,
each aa Walnut, Cheetnat and feinted Obatnhar
S ultra, Parlor HuiUl, Ueolintna; and Kitenalua
Chair, Ladle.1 a&ti Urate' Kniiy C hai re, tha Far
fnrated Dining and 1'arlor Cbaira, Cana Heataand
Wlndeor Cbaira, Clotbaa Hare, Htop and Kt lea
lion LaJilera, il.it Itrvoke. borubblng Uruibea, kt
muuuu.nu AaNO ricruRB franks,
ouking U in nr, Cbrctu ja, to.a whleh troald
liUMt t'r Holiday prenenti.
.iw.7 JOHN THOITTMAN.
Re-Union of Trade.
TIIR utiiteriijrnrd wWhlnjr, to Infotm tha publle
that be opened a
At the old atari d In Troulrllle, CI far Be Id oouoty,
Ha., o tha 18th lnat.( with a full look of
DHY C(M !)!-, CrrKOlIJUICH, NOTIOXH,
Ursula. Kiioes, Etc.,
In f.et everything to be (ootid in a flrtt-elaaa elora,
all of whr.'h I am deter mi ood to aell at the loweit
Will And It to thflr ndrantaj" to do their dealing
with ma, aa tha highrat prieee will ba paid fur
(.rain, tShiv(loi, or 1'rodaoe of any kiud. I'art
or ooe-holf eW will Ita Ji-ild. Tratiiug for
HMnflri or Luiaherof any kioJ a fpetMaliy. Alio,
age ul for
Singer Sewing Machines.
Havinc muJe arrangomanla with Kaatcrn mnt-
ohunta lo cell goede furnlebeil one, therefore eall
and ere, aa 1 will be CDabled to aell eh taper titan
tbarheapi-et. J. W. OA HULK,
Trutihille, IV, Prt. 31,'70-ly. Agcat.
TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE.
Haa opanM, la a bgltdlng on Market treat, oa
tha old W-atera Hotel lot, oppoeite tha Court
Uouee in Clrarfleld.a Tin and (Sheet-Iron Maou
factory and Store, where will 6a found at all limea
a fall line of
HOUSE FTJUlTISHIXTa GOODS.
St0703, Ultirdwaro, Etc.
Hiuee Spouting and all kfnda of jnb work, repair
ing, Aa.. dona on ehorl notiee and at rt aeon able
rataa, Alao, agent for tha
A an I' ply of Maohinea. with Needlel, Ac. al
wara on band.
Ternit, it riot I y oaah or eotintry produce. A
hereof patronage eolieltad.
0. B. MF.RHKI.L,
Clearfield, April 15, 1 877 -if.
t V . .j.aca. u
, it a ..,
tri ti Hii:tcit:nl t tlm virtu nf erirtaparlllft.,
M i i iiii;;i i, iimti.iiak, yiOlnvv duck, with tli
t.-IM,- . ( t".U1ilf Ptnel it.,, Bill ,.,(., IrtaPtsal
itcuVrt, lilotHl'lrmmtntt. aim lifo-Miutaintng
itlfi.iiit. It tat tltrt prniTX-t, aafrwt, anil In
ever vav liio uuwt t'lWuuU alu-rai-ivft uiclr
f'i'i.' '., yi or available to tht pnMlo. Tha
a -l ! -a ,-f im-filHrw atul elifnilatrv have
ti. v -i -iiiii'ffl no viUimMfl a iviimty. nor
tut - i' '-itfi.t lo fttn all tlix'iafM .vaulting
ir- i ! 'ir-. ,Wi. It i'iina Hfrofulfli, ami
ni'i 'mtMlmi i cli'i4ajit. KoipHoa, Itoft.
H ,ua.:ii.iiv'a Klre, I'inipluMi ana
V ,i"-tv,i!.4( Pu-.ti.lea, lllnti'lipa, tlolla.
'I'-rnni, Totter. (Iitnmra, Hull llheum,
S ial l.lifn'i, Klntmorni, I'lrrra, IHorrj,
II.tt'i.,,1 t'1-.ni, M"t'ouiinl llrVM4f, Nt?u
r.t. :l . ' Yukiii'v-e mid Irrcgu-
1... i: i . utt r,-o. Auction of the)
Mt-r, O.HKsV'tlA, Kmiw'iutlon, and
! i t Iimi ami l U ariNlutT quallttra
I ! ! I1.' fi-iil corruption!, wliili
r ' i i, i ' tli" MihhI, ft' i I rut d trail (je
!v T i I'n.v, It Mt'mulat" ami onlivcna
l1'' v ' 1 1 turn. It promottja ttuertry and
.i i. It r-iortn ami preaervea brail...
iirvv life ntul vluor tlmm Knout the
, 'tt.-TTt. N" autT-Tcr from any diaeaM
' :i-i"t'H frm impurity of tho blood nwnl
u. -i r, tHo tvi II tjfivo A Titit's Harapaiiii.i.a
'' irtd. Htitirmtttr, tlio earlier tha
i site r Hi cure.
lm lirn furninhwl to phvalrlAna
'iV'ir: nnd ther, iwjnii7.lng ita aita
r. i. ;tnlitjta, mliutniMtor it in their practice.
V r ti'Mrlv forty roan Arm' Barhapa
kii r. in! Itdvn widely uneri. and It now poa
h.iHfsi the ronUdfticd of millions of people)
who have exiwritnired beuetlta (ruin ita nii
v lloiw curativo virtue:.
Pre on rod by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
r-irt!rl und AnrfTtleal Chemist,
old ar all Ditcooiaro crsRTintiaB.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Uaad In the principal Chnrcbea for Comnualoa
Ercollont forLadios &ni Weakly
forsoos ana uo aocu
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE J
rovn r.fR4 o.d.
Tbii Oflehratad Natlra Wiaa la mada fr tha
J a lea of the Oporto rape, raieed ia Ihia
County., Iu Ioraluabla
Tonic and Strongt honing Properties
art inaarpaaeed by any ether NitUre Wise. H
lag tha pure jaiee af I ha Hrepo, prodaetd amler
Mr. Hpaer'i own personal eoperTieioa, iu parity
and gpnuinettatt are guaranteed. Tha youog"t
child nay partake of Ita generoua qualitlrf, and
tha waakeit Invalid aaa It to advantage. It U
partlralarly banaRoial to tha aged aad debilita
ted, aad ealted to tba various ail meal that af
fect the weaker mi. ft la la arerj resixet A
WINK TO BK KKtlEDOS.
P. J. SHERRY.
Tha P. J. 81IRRRY la a Wlae af Su parlor
Character, and partakee of lb go Idea ejuahtie
ot tha grape fraaj whioh II ! eaada. Tor Purity,
Rlflbaet. Plaror and aledielaal Propertiaa, It
will ba fauad aneiealled.
P. J. BRANDY.
Tbl, R A R DT eUn'di aariraled la tbli eooalrv,
being lar aoaortet for atedloal narwoaaa.
IT 19 A PURR dl.llllalloo fraa lkaraaekod
aoaUia. valaabb) aaedleal a re parti...
II ba. a d.lirata taver, almllar to tbtl af tka
rape, from wbieb II I. dl.lllltd, aad t In f real
lever amona flrat-alao, lamlllea.
Ilea laat tba llraelar of ALFRID RPIBR,
Paeeaia M. t., la awoilba oark of aoab bottta,
SOLD ST E. VT. 0UATTA1VT
Jwly IS, lTt ty.
rj i Ba w mr ' ti
-pXssai c. nTjT
Dnr Cuu drrrtUnntut.
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Publlaaad awry Wed a aad ay by
G. B. GOODLANDER,
Has (he Largeat l lrralatlon tf any paper
Iu Nortkiacetrin Fouu.ylvaula.
Tbe largo and oonatantly increasing
circulation of tbe ItirinuoAN,
mon aa a modium thro'
which to roacb the
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If paid in advanoe, . . . 12 00
If paid after threo months, . 2 50
If paid after aix months, . . 8 00
Whon papers are sent outside of the
oounty payment must bo In advance,
Ten lines, or loss, 3 times, . ,1150
Each subsequent insertion, 60
Administrator' Notices, . . 2 50
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Auditors' Noticos, .... '250
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We have always on band a large stock
of blanks ot all descriptions.
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' " " EXECUTIONS,
ARTICLES OP AGREEMENT,
; FEE BILLS,
ttO., . ifl., iO. .
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Caleo. II. Qoodlnmltr,
1 . a ; .. n . . .
dearfirld Coanty, Pa,
t , t . , Ui$Uanrou, , .
CASH or TRADE.
Corwaaartlle, I'a., Jan. 0, It -it.
MOI.I.V TO I.ANe-Ol lr.l-.laa. Iia
protcd farm property, by tbt Mutual Kile
luturanta Conpaoy uf Now York, on flrat morl
gage, ia aauta Iroia $Luu0 up. For furihar ia-
fniuiatiua apply te tbe underaignad.
HL'RXTUAI, W. SMITH.
Clearfield Pa , May 7th. MV t(. ,
'A Bank that Never Breaks.
Try 31 y foul.
The underilgnetJ ednpta thla method of inforej.
Ing tba ii timer uua onnenaiara, ibat hie aval bank
It aot a IV later arrangrueat only, but that it
wilt be optraled ia ilia tVaamer at wall aa Win
ter. I elaiia that 1 havatitt .
' Best Coal in the Market,
uu win ii it inr rwia, or iu taeoangt ror aonr,
taW, groarriat, t, Irg aootraota will ba
anada at a very email profit, for fall particulart
oail oa aaa ia paraoa, reei ding ia ana of Orahem i
upper bouaea, or addreaa it through tba port,
offloa. Ordera left at the potto Otoe will reeeiro
prompt attention. TIIdh, a. ULCKEfT.
t.-ru-m, ra., aa. a. io.y u.
r. ailLltt. ' ' . H'eaBKLI. i - aslLlRDI.
GILICn, McCORKLE & (OAS
- . Market Ktreet, Claarttald, Pa.
Wa maaofaoturt all bioda of furnltare for
Cbr.ml.eri, Dining Room a, Llbrartea and llalla.
If you want Furniture of any kind, don't buy
until you aaa oar a lock.
Id all II, brenrhe., prompt; .ttcnduU to.
(It'II.CH, McCORKLE A CO.
Cl.arr.elil, Pa., Feb. 8, 7S.
READING FOR ALL 1 1
BOOKS A STATIONERY
Market HU, Clearfield, (at tlio puat c)ffice.)
TIIR undarigned bega teare to anooanoe to
tha eitiarna of Clearteld and rteinity, that
ba baa Itted up a room and baa juet returned
from tha city with a Urge amount of reading
matter, eonaiHlng ia part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Blank, Account aad Paea Book a of every de
scription ; hi per end Envelopes, French pre Med
and plain i'ena and Toiiclla j blank Legal
Hepcr. Deeda, Mortgageaj Julgmai't, Kiemp.
Uoo and Pnitmearv aotca; White et.d Tarcb
ment Ilricf, Legal Cap, Kecord Can, end IIHI Cap,
6beet Muiie, tor eitiior Fiano, ilote or Vitiiin,
eonttaAtly oa hand. Any booka or atationary
doairad that I tuay aot have on bod,wil! be ordered
by firat tipreia, aad at. Id at wholesale or rauil
to aoit auatomen. I will tlo keep periodical
literature, tooh aa Magadnoi, Nf wntiaperi, Ae.
P. A. (auMIC.
Clearfield, May 7, 1 HftS-tf
A NEW DEPARTURE
MTH L USUI U (;.
UaieafUr, gooda will ba aold for CASH only,
or in exchange for produce. Ko booka will ba
kept in the future. All old aerountt moat ba
settled. Those who cannot aaih ap, will pleaaa
hand over their nctea and
CLOSE THE EEC0RD.
X an determined to aell my gooda at eaah
prices, and at a dtsevont far below that over
offered In this vicinity. The discount T allow my
euatomtra, will make them rich in twenty renrs if
r i-Ai- sajive, Ma ouy iDBir goods fr--m
me. X will pay each for wheat, oata and clover-w-d.
Lutbersburg. January 17, 1-77.
HARTSW1CK & IRVIN,
CLEARFIELD, PA., ,
PALM'S, OIIJS, DYE STUFF
' FANCT BOorg,
0E ALL KINDS,
FVRE WISES AXD 1IQVORS
Ut medicinal parpuaoa.
Truaata. Support era, School Hooka and Station
ery, ana an otner articles usually
found ia a Drug Store.
PIIV8ICUN8' PRESCRIPTION! CAKI-
PI LLY COMPOUNDED. Having a large a.,
periaaoe in tkt Vuiincaa they oaa give entire aat-
J. O. HARTPWICK,
JOIIX r. 1HWIN.
rWAald. h.e IA, it4
HAVE HO EFFECT
I am a a are that thtrr are soma peewias a tlttiVi
hard lo rlraae, and I an alaa aware that thej
reenplalat of "hard times" la well nigh naivertalJ
Uut t am to aitaated aow Uat 1 eaa satis tj lhJ
former aad prove oooclusively that "hard times"!
will not effect tbnse who buy their goods trom mrj
and all my patrons shell be Initiated Into tbe at
HOW TO AVOIR HARD TIME!-
I have footla eaouab ta sapblv M the iabsbf
tvnts in the lower tad of tbe eeaaty wbieb 1 tel
at exceeding Inw ratea from my mamaneth atora t
HI'LHONItrKtl, where 1 eaa always be fear,
ready te wait upon tellers and npply them wit
Dry Goods of all kinds
rh as Clothe. Patlnstta, Caailmtrea, Maalli.
lajiBinsiwH umwm, riiitawfjee v. msmwmmt
Trio n in ati. kaaabaaa. Lsm.
ttA. m..Jm rilkiw.. Bua ..J Skua II. I. .
Cape all of the beat material and made te order-
ii ore, books, uiotm, mmeae, uaeee, nioooae, a
, QR0C8RIES OF ALL KINDS.
Ooffae, Tea. Sagar. Rlea, Mekeosat, Piah, Pa
Pork, Lineead Oil, Fish Oil. Carboa Oil.
Hardware, Queen aw are. Tinware, Castings, Ploi
and Plow fasti a g s, Nails, tiikea, Cora CalUv
tort, Cider Preeseatand all hieda mi A ate.
Perfumery, Paiata, Varnltb, Olaat, aad feast
aaeortaaaat tr outioaery.
Or liffMovit braode. alwaya aa ka.4, aae will 1
aoM at tka lowaat Boeelklo Sf area.
J. R. BfeOtata'a Moatetaee, Jaya.'. Medlela
HeeUtlar's aa. HaoSeae a Blllora.
ISSt aoanS. of Wool waatoA for wbtok I
hlfboat arlM wtU ko oaaa. Ctoveneie ea aa'
aaa (ar aalo at tko laweat aiaiBat ,n.a.
Alaa, Afewt far SUalUavlUe aae) Carwean i
wWa-Call aso aaa fat voojeelvaa. To. will St
overvtat.f ajaaltv keot la a retail Mora.
I. . SJODDEIIT.
rroaearm. P. A.i-ert I 1
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