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Giorqi B. Goodlanpeb, Editor. ; r:,: - i i i' CLEARFIELD, Pa. WEDNESDAY MOHN1NQ, JAN. 18, 188t. Rwdir, If you want to kaow what li going on Ii tht baalaoaf wurlJ, Just md oar adrortiting alamos, too Sptial oolamn in parueai&r MAXIMS FOR THE DAV. No maa worthy tbo offlst of Pmldeot thoiild bo willing to bold It If ooanttd la, or placed thtra by any fraud. U. 8. Gamr. I too Id ntrar hara boon ratoneilad to tbo tit rat. pb by tbo amallaat aid of Bin of a paraon, howavar rotpoetftblo In prlrata lift, who Boat lororor Miry npoa an orow idi tamp at inna Bnt triumphant ia Amtrioan hiatory. No tub equcDt act ton, bowovor naritoriousj, oan waab away tot lattan or mat rocora. OaAaLia Fauci Adahi. I wonld ratbor hara tbo endorsement of a quar ter of a million of tbo Amirtoaa people than tbat 01 the Louiaiaaa Keturoing uoara, or or too vom mlulon which oioladod the facts and decided tbo question oa a toobnloallty. Taos. A. HiifoaicKS. tinder the forms of law, Hutherford fi. Hayes tiai beea declared President of the United States. Ills title rests npoa disfranchisement of lawful voters, th false eert I Bootes of too return tof om oers acting oom.pt. y, and the decision of a com mission which has refused to bear evidoneo of a! Ufted fraud. For the first time are tho American beooio confronted witb the foot of a fraudulently- elected President. Lot tt not bo understood that the fraud will bo silently acquiesced in by tho country. Let no hour pass In woioa in usurpa tion u fbrgottoa. Adoross or DiaooaATto M. O.'i. One hundred yean of ha man depravity toco mutated and concentrated into a elimaz of crime. Never again In Ave hundred years shall they bare an opportunity to repeat the wrong. Dariil W. Vooanaat. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COM MITTEE FOR 1880. BOB. A TWF. BIMBBBS. POiTOmCB. Ilurniid. B'r. CbirlM B, Patrick, Uurnalde. Clwrll.ld " Smith V. Wilson, Clearfield. Curwensr-o M P. I. Thompson. Curwenaeilie. Iloutadele Pelrtek Dunn, Hontsdale. Lumber C'y " Dee 1.1 W. Uile, Lumber City. Newburg Isaac Marble, Ilurd. N. Weeb'B " Dr. A. D. Bennett, N. Washington. Osceola M R. A. Campbell, Oneola Mills. WalleotloB " Geo. W. Kmigb, WallaoetoB. Becceria T'p. Deeid Bear, GIcb Hope. Bill " John li Hou, Oatend. Bloom William Lines, Vomit. Boggs . M lseao Beish, Wallaeetoa. Bradford Brad; Bunislda Cbeet Coriogton Decatur Forguaoa llirard floebea (Irabaffl llreenwood " Daniel llilohens. Woodland. " Charlss Bchwem, Luthereburg. ' John Wearer, N. WaablDgton. " JoMpb 11. Brefh. N. Weahinrton " P. 0. Coadriit, Fronohvillo. " Jacob F. Stelner. Phllipaburg. A. A. Bloom, MarroB. " John Nowoonib, Glllingham. " John A. L. Plegel, Lick Hon Hill.. " C. W. Kyler, Urahamtoo. Joba A . Howies, Marroa. Ilulioh " Jamn Fbna, Smllb'. Mill. HiintoB ' II. I.. Hcrnlaf, I'annald, Jordan Dr. I. A. Cru.wall, Anaonrllla. Karthaui " 0orga IlMkeDilora, Halt Lick, Knoi Conrad Bakar, New Millport. lAwrenCB M Clark Broirn, ClaartiolJ. Morrli " D. U. Warning, Morriidala Minaa. l'ena " Martin M. Flvnn, Grampian llilli. Fika n tamecl Addletnaa, Carwan.villa. B.ndy Joha It. Troxtll, DaBola. llnloB " Reuben II. Labordt, Kocktaa. Woodward " Jatnci II. Ctmpbell, Hontidala. Da. J. P. BUKCHFIEI.D, Cbalrmen, Clearfield, Ta. W. S. Wii.lai I, B.orel.rj, CI. aril. Id. Don't forget to road the excellent matter on our first and fourth pages. Decidedlv ! The Philadelphia Record, in our judgment, oarrios off the palm in the Almanac line for 1880. H contains all the useful statistical and almanac matter, while its pictorial re miuiricencea exceed anything wo have ever seen. Col. Fred. Grant and his father have been "booming" in Cub the pant woek. Cubans look upon the twain just aa the ten year old hoy does npon the monkey and the elephant with tho first menagerie that passes the home stead. The Grant "boom'' seems to roll higher in foreign parts than at homo. Two Mom Brkiadiebs. The Leg islature of Louisiana has elected Gen. 11. li. Gibson, now one of tho Congress men from that Stato, United States Senator lor six years. He takes tho place ol tho Radical Carpetbagger Kellogg, The Mississippi Legislature has also olected Gen. John T. Goorge, who will take tho place ot the only negro Bruce in that body. Now, for loyal yell over tho "Confederate Brigadiers" who have just supplanted so much loyalty. TiuKx Sinatob. lion. Androwli. Dill, of Iiewisburg, spent sovoral days in our town last wook, looking after some coal and lumber interests of his Union and Northumberland county clients, in this section. lie is tho ex act patorn for a Congressman ; hut it isdoublful whothorho hasovorthonght about it. lie is so excessively modest --except as a lawyor that he must he pulled to the political surface when wanted to bo utilized in that way for party purposes. A Good Job. Nordhofl, the Wash ington correspondent ol the N ew York Herald, onco a Stalwart Grant man, accidently gives tho Democrats a pretty good send off, and hits Grant bolow the bolt in this off hand way : "The Doraocrats have starred-out tho lobby, and the Administration has no jobs of iU own on band, and Washing ton is as dull as peace and prosperity ran make it. Whereas, the starved- out lobby is greatly disgusted and longs (or the return of Grant and a uepubiiean Uonrrcss. This comes from an enemy; but what friend could nay it in a proltior way T Maonanimovs N non bom The Curtin-Yocnm Congressional contest is extracting the milk of human kindness out of thousands of Democrat and Radicals, outside of this X X. Congres sional district. The elaborate advice given by such journals as the Wllliams portfiui(ed'n(Radical)and the Lancaster Intelligencer (Democrat) is particularly gratifying, we have no doubt, to tho voters of this Congressional district ; but after all, it is best for every man to mind his own business and lot his neighbor alono until he calls upon him for advice. A volunteer may make a good soldier, but he Is always poor advisor. Gentlemen, please mind your owe. businoss. W want no more of your snobbery np this way. When we do, we will call for It, as we do for anything else in market, that we may need. I COAGRESSlOyAI. SPATS. There seems to be some "funny mon" in Congress, as well as in a cir cus, and to spico the meeting up to be enjoyable, tboy seem to be as noceia ry as the attache of the ring. The llur- risburg Piitriut further illustrates tho debate ol statesmen in this way : "Tho struggle between Sunsot Cox and llorr, ol Michigan, as to which is to wear tho cap-and-bells ot the champion jestor of the Iiouse of .Representatives Is be commit decidedlv iulmsli.')?. At last accounts Cox was considerably ahead but some of the back townships of the Michigan clown wero yot to be board Ironi. Tho personal points made by these jocoso antagonists seem to relato altogether to their respective physical size. Hon is a man of tulstaflian pro portions, while Cox is a tiny creature, woiL'hinif about 140 pounds. Don- took occasion tho other day to laugh at Cox's ditninutivo stature. On Thurs day Cox returned tho compliment with a vengeance, lie said, among other very funny things: 'Tumors do not tend to intellectuality. A man may woigh BOO pounds and yet bo as soft as tallow. Aro Falstaffs only to be of the elect ? Sbakespoaro was a master of wit. lie know flesh and frailty, and ho said of Falstaff that the devil would never have him damned lost the oil in him should set hell on fire." He concluded this reference to the super fluous adipose tissue of the Michigan Congressman by saying that if he should unfortunately be called on to write the epitaph of that gentleman he would amalgamate the posoy of tho Sweet Singer of Michigan' and Lord Byron and make the marble rocord speak as follows : "Hera Ilea the body of CoBgraaemaa Horr, 'Til Ureeee, bat living Ureooe Bo BBore." Not fob Gbamt. F.vory Susquo banna lumberman knows "Jake" Bom- berger, of llarrisburg, as a banker ; but they may not know that he has always been a "true blue" Radical. However, he don't invest in the Grant boom, if the Harrieburg correspondent of the New York Sun tolls the truth. Hear bim : "Jacob Bombergcr, ot this city, banker and broker, has an ao- quaiutance witb nearly all the busi nous men and farmers in Dauphin county the home of General and also of Senator Don Cameron; tboroforo what Mr. Bomberger Buys concerning the public sentiment of those people is trustworthy. Ho says : 'If Grant is nominated for President I know of one thousand German Republicans In this county alone wbo will vote for bis op ponent, because of their belief that Grant's election to a third term of the Presidency Is the first stop toward an American monarchy.' Mr. Bomberger further stated that any Republican, in bis opinion Blaine, Sherman, Conk- ling or Washburn could carry Fenn sylvania by 80,000 majority, bat that if General Grant is the candidate he wonld lose the Stato by more than 50, 000 votes." v Am Invoici of Pickpockets. Tho Philadelphia Record cntrly remarks: "The mysterious-looking strangers who hied to Augusta, Maine, last week, from the Lord knows h.i. i were objects of suspicion and distrust to both the Republican and Fusion leaders as supposed intending partici pators in some projected coup d'etat in the interest ot the adverse party, wero, as it now appears, entirely innocent of any revolutionary designs of a politi cal cnaractor. ihey were conspira tors, not against popular liborty, but merely against the pooplc't pocket books, and they plied thoir larcenous industry with a delightful impartiali ty. A considerable number of robber ies were perpetrated at the various hotols at Augusta, mainly upon the vis iting statesmen. The Republicans lost most, because they bad the most to lose. Tho extraordinary circulation of thousand-dollar greenbacks in the vi cinity of tho Maine Stato House, which was reported throughout the country, might have boon expected to attract a crowd of thieves to help har vest them," Mains. The rovolution in this ex cessively loyal State seems to be over, and about the worst crippled man is Senator Blaine. Ho tried to get tip a shotgun arrangemont, making inflam matory and incendiary spcechos ; bat as he shouldorod no arms (just as he did in tho days of Jeff. Davis) nobody seemed to bo scared, and the melee blowed ovor. Not a single life was lost on the Konnobec river, which will, no doubt, be credited to the chivalrous conduct of the Senator from Maine, wbo wants to be President. If he should prove as cheap at the Federal Capital, as he did at tho Maine Capital, he will prove to be a poor slick for President. Moving at Last. The English and Russian Missions have been vacant for a long time ; bnt Hayes, one day last wook, sent the following nominations to tho Senate : "Jamos Russoll Lowell, of Massachusetts, to be Minister to Kn gland. Mr. Lowell is now our Minis- tor to Spain. John W. Foster, of In diana, to be Minister to Russia. Mr. Foster is now our Minster to Mexioo. Lnoius Fairchild, ot Wisconsin, to be Minister to Spain. General Fairchild is the present Consul to Liverpool, Philip H. Morgan, of Louisiana, to be Minister to Moxico. Eli 11. Murray, to beGovornorof Utah." Tnisii quite a shifting movement on the political chess board. No Faith lit Blaine. An oxchango twits the would-be Prosidont in this domestio way : "One thousand dollars a piece is what the Maine Republicans agreed to pay a number of Fusionists to remain away from the Legislature so as to prevent an organisation, Whose bar'l did they tap? Although Blaine denies tbat they tapped his bar'l, ho is not to be believed. A man who will pretend to have uu(ro to escape a Congressional investigation will not hesitate to tell any tthor kind of a lie." Dutsacted Maini. The borne of that eminent "Christian statoeman" Blaine seoma to be overrun with a set of "Dam Phools," as Artomus Ward used to express It. "Grand moral Idoas" are suffering terribly down there jnst now. THEIR PEDIGREE. Some fellow with considerable wit, and who soems to know all about them, has taken the. pains to publish the pedigree of the various nags now on the Republican Presidential course. Ho hits the nail on tbo. head every time, thus: Ross Conk i.i nq. Sorrell horse ; ped igree, iiy vanity out oi uoneoit ; sircrj by Swellhaad out of Selfishness ; own ed by M rs. Spragne ; rider, Govet nor Lornell; woight, Jiosl Opportunities; colors, blood red. Jim Bi.aine. Gray horse; pediirrce, by War Dance out ot Bloody Shirt ; sired by Domagogue out of Hate; owned by Credit Mobihor; rider, Rail road Jobs; weight, Spencer Carbines and substitutes; colors, black with bloody edging. JoiinShebman. Brown horse; ped igree, by Mat Wells, out ol r.hr.a i'mks ton ; sired by Bargain out of Fraud ; owned by Louisiana Returning Board ; riuor, Jtauical party ; weight, a ow nr leans Custom House and Keirro Affi davits ; colors, interchangeable to suit any vision. U. 8. Gbant. Roan horse ; pedi gree, by War ilorseoutot the Wilder ncss; sired by opportunity outot Luck; owned by Rings and Ambition ; rider, tiabcock or JJelknap; weight, uorrup tion and Cirsarism ; colors, corn yol low. The above mangy, spavined, knock kneed, hungry old nags could not have been better or more felicitously do scribed. Tboy are a bad lot to bring on tho track, and are already exciting the jeers and contempt of tho people, who like to see clean-limbed, high- spirited, well groomed steeds like Hen dricks, Bayard, Seymour or John Smith entered. The above pot-bellied, limpy ami broken-winded animals may as well bo taken off the truck at once, for they wont run worth a eent and will be sure to lose tho money of their backers. Eellefonte lYotchman. lti.AiNKiBM. This joint product of the Keystone and tho Pino True Stato has recently had full development at Autjusty, the adopted home of tho would-be President. The Washington Post elaborates a little on this plan : "During the crisis in Maine, and while there was any prospect of an encoun ter between tho opposing parties, Mr. Blaine was conspicuous by his silenco. no watched the battle from afar, and except as a conspirator in the back ground, took no active part in it. Now that be leels it safe to como out from his retreat, ho has ventured to speak Of course be congratulates his friends on having secured possession of tho State house and an opinion from the Supremo Court of tho State which is a reversal of all its former docisions. To havo accomplished this without blood shed is to Mr. Blaine a mattor for sin cere gratification. That the peace has bcon preserved is not due to any act of his. In all tho excitement at the State Capital he never raised his voice to counsel forbearanco, and if the dis patches from Maine woro at all trust worthy, bis presence in tho State was not calculated to promote harmony among the people. Now that he con aiders bis party safely intrenched in the Slate-bouse, perhaps be may find timo to attend to his public duties at Washington." Bovs, Attentioh. Thirty years ago, Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, one of the United Status Senators from Illinois, and one of the brightest pf the numer ous ornaments in that body, recom mended the appointment of a twelve year old Maryland boy, as Pago, named Arthur P. Gorman. By atten tion to business be was soon promoted to bo the Senator's Privsto Secretary, and afterwards was elected postmaster cf the Senate. On Tuesday of last week the Maryland Legislature elected bim United States Senator for six years. The Baltimore Gazette, in al lading to his oloet ion, says: "Mr. Gor man will tuko his scat in tho Sonato on the 4th ot March, 1881 a fow days before the completion of his 42 year. Ho will therefore enter that body in the full vigor of a strong, wcll trained intellect, yot with a political export onco to guide bim such as fow public mon of bis age possess. When still a boy, Mr. Gorman sat at the feet of statosmon like Stophon A. Douglas, Jamos A. Bayard, Lewis Cass, Edward Everett, Jamos M. Mason, Charles Sumner and othor famous Senators." That's So. The editor of tho Wash ington Post expresses it in this way : "It is safe to assume," remarks a Radi cal organ, "tbat there will never be anothor electoral commission in this country." There couldn't be anything safor than that assumption. Govern- ment securities or first mortgngo bonds on a paying railroad aro no match for it in the matter of safety. We may havo another edition of Bonedict Arnold, there may como another Black Fri day, we may have anothor President who.will have to nse his personal influ ence and his oath as a witness to keop his near friends and official household out of the penitentiary. All of those things may be repeated in dark chap tors of our future history. But it is qui to beyond the wildest range of pos sible absurdities tbat, in view of the history ol 1877, any Congress will dare to create a second electoral commission. Hi Knows How to do It. An ex change remarks! "Senator Logan's (of Illinois) denunciation ot demagog- ism in tho Sonato recently, in connec tion with the proposition to pay ex- Union soldiers the difference in the value of gold and greenbacks at tho lime of their sorvloe, was a very curi our performance. Mr. Logan has been credited by the press of both partios with being a prince among doma- goguos, yot, In spile ol thoir earnest efforts to convince him of the fact, he appears to be as blissfully oblivious of it as ever. The most singular feature of the whole affair ia tho fact that Mr. Logan was for once on the right side." Go To Philadelphia. We are in favor of holding the next Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, although that eity is opposed to our party; but it must be said for Phila delphia that the success of the C'onten Dial proved her ability to provide forthe maintenance and comfort of any possi ble crowd. Tbe Academy of Music would accommodate tbe Convention nioely, while tbe Permanent Exbibl tion building would do that and give room for several thousand spectators besides. We can think of no good political reason why the Convention should not be held in Philadelphia QVEER JL'JKIES. It is evident, from what has trans nircd at Lancaster during the post week, that Judges are no better lhanj other people. The editor of the Phil adelphla Record, in alluding to the con duct ol Judge Patterson, givos our views bolter than wo can do it. Hear him : "Somehow Judges seem to lose thoir beads entirely when they open thoir minds to tbe influences of political bias. They appear, in lad, logo furthor than any othor class of mon excepting. possibly, a certain sort of preachers in throwing to the winds, with an utter looseness of abandonment, law, equity and common sense at the euggoelion of partisanship. The country has had many notahlo illustrations of judicial frailty in this regard, and tboy have done much to destroy the excessive and somewhat superstitions reverence in which tho wearers of the figurative ormine were formerly held. Too many Judges appear to be utterly incapable of proceeding with the impartiality which should characterise every ex orcieo ot tbo judicial function when they gut a scent of politics in a case to be affected by their action. This un fortunate disposition to subordinate duly to prejudice, and to give up to parly what was meant for mankind, is rapidly bringing the Bench into gen eral contempt "Tbe dispatch of our Lancaster cor respondent exhibits a mostoutragoous, high-handed and utterly unjustifiable procoduro on tbo part of Judge Patter son in threatening to disbar two editors wbo happen to bo lawyors, by reason of strictures upon the action of tbe Court through the columns ot a news paper. Judge Patterson, of course, is wholly without a shadow of authority to punish journalists tor animadver sions, however severe, upon his con duct, by summoning tbein to answer for contempt of Court. ' If be can wreak his spile upon a newspaper man who is at the same timo a lawyor by disbarring him, bo can witb just as much propriety send his tipstaffs all ovor tbe Commonwealth to arrest edi tors who speak thoir minds about him, and haul them up and fine them for contempt. This would he a nice state of things, indeed. Happily, the press is free, and its freedom is protected by tho organic law of tho Union from all abridgment If Mr. Assoeiato Justice Patterson thinks somebody has struck his reputation, let him bring bis action for libel like any other citir.en, and not undertako to play the autocrat by act ing as prosecutor and Judge in his own coso. Blaine's Fexi.inus. The Maine question has kept the Senator away from his duties at Washington ovor- since the mooting of Congress. Tbe editor of the Atlanta (Georgia) Cuntti tut ion, having beard of the troubles in tho Pine Tree Stale, bocamo nnoasy as to the whereabouts of tbe Stalwart Senator, and, tho othor day, be posted an interviewer off for Augusta, the State Capital of Maine, to look Blaine np. Tbe interviewer soon blundered on him and his cousin, Gail Hamilton, wno lias been writing ber cousin James up for fifteen years past, for the Presidency. The Atlanta agent was personally unacquainted with both of them, but found them out by overhear ing the following conversation in a hotel parlor, in "Augusty," as Ihoy say down there : "Gail, have I bribed anybody during me iosi nourr inquired air. liluino, recovering from one of his most sym pathetic fats. "No, James," Gail responded, with a sweet civil service reform sigh ; "nobody at all." "Then," said Mr. Blaine, "tho insin uation is a base charge, and the chargo is a aouoie-ayea no. it and mo down my trusty claim more !" Thcso bloody remarks frightened tho Atlanta man off, knowing that tho Bbot gun was potent thore. Severe. The editor of tho Wash ington Pott cautoritos tbe bigjudgos in the Pine Troe State in this way : "Whether theSupromo Court ol Maine is a partisan affair or not we leave our readers to decide. Its present opinion tho Republican party's exmlence re quiring it is that "no person is- to be deprived of his position because of the dereliction of those whose duly it was to send m Me returns." On tho 3d of January, in answer to Gov, Garcelon's inquir ies, this same Supreme Court declared that "the representative is not depriml of his right because municipal officers have neglected their duti." This opinion is signed by Judges Appleton, Walton, Barrows, Dsntorlh, Potors and Libbcy, who on the 22d of Docember, 1877, gave tbe following opinion and signed their disgraced names to it : "Jt is to be regretted that votes are lost by the negligence of town officers, but the obvious remedy it to choose such as know their duty, and, knowing it, will perform it" The queelien we desire to have an swered is What degree of respect is a Court entitled to which could give two opinion ou the same slate of tacts so entirely at vaiiance with each other as the above ?" Commercial Follt. An exchango remarks : While paying six per cent Interest on bonds, we are boarding in our Treasury vaults an amount ot spocie vastly in excess of any reasona ble rcBorve. Tho same .policy would induce a farmor or tradesman to let bis notes run on when ho had tho money to pay thorn locked in his strong box. Tho common sense of practical financiering bas never boon apparent in our National money matters, but we have soldom shown such folly as we are displaying just now in hoarding this vast excoesol coin instead of using it to reduce our intorest-bearlng debt "Tit fob Tat." The editor of tbo Phi sdelnhia Record cols off the follow. , o ing: The Philadelphia Times condemns --me muio in too jury dox, ana winds np by saying that it is noplace for him. But it was a Godsend for MeUore that be had lust such a mul on Ma libel jury. Anything loss than a full- grown pne would fears been elarveo; out in half the time the McRav-Mc. rf . Clure jury were hung. - - - i! Not roa Grant. We noliee that tbe Radical County Committee of our neighboring oounlr Jefforson at their meeting lost week, in Hrookville, took a vols on the Presidency as fol lows : Grant 8i Blaine. lHi and some IS or 20 expressed no choice. SAM PIE "C1IR1STIA .V STA TES HEX." The Altoona Sun draws this picture of ono of them : "The Hon. Charles 11. Yoorhis, lie publican member of Congress retire sonling the Fifth District of New Jer sey, bus discovered Ibat the way of the transgressor is a niiglily rough road. Once rich and prosperous, tbo butterflies ot a golden summet flitted around and along his pathway. Thro' the corrupting influences of wealth be was enabled to go to Congress from a Democratic district; but, alas, and alack-a day, scarcely had he taken his Beat ore rumors of a heavy ember.ilo menton bis part from the National Dunn oi uackunsacK, ol wuich be was President, filled the air. Criminal pro ceedings followed and for several days tbe honorable M. C. was held in the custody of an officer before he could obtain bail for the paltry sum of six thousand dollars. Othor indictments, including that of torgery, followed the first, and while none of the oases have as yet been called lor trial the Repub licans of the district represented by Voorhis seem evideutly alarmed at tho outlook and are urging him to re sign. A Committee bus already boon appointed for tbe purpose of formally requosting his resignation, and tho Re publican Committor of Bergen oounty nave adopted a resolution demanding tho same tbinjj. Wo incline to the be lief that this is a nice little pioco of simulated virtue They prolorw to de sire the resignation of the unfortunate Congressman, and yet it is more than probable that they aro belter pleased to have him 'slick.' His resignation would most assuredly result in the election of a Democrat as his successor, thus giving a Democratic majority in the Stato delegation and placing Now Jersey upon tbe roll ol Democratic States in the 6vent of tbe election for President boing thrown into tho House ot Representatives. For this reason we havo a moderate doubt of tbe sin cerity of the Jersey Republicans now clamoring that thoir disgraced repre rcsntativo send in his resignation At all events Mr. Voorhis seems deter mined not to gratify his virtuous con stituents just at present." A Loyal Preacher. An exchange says: They have a preacher of fino attainments and groat 'culchaw' loca ted as pastor of a Baptist church in Waupan, Wisconsin. He is an ardent admirer and triond of Senator Matt Carpenter. Consequently his heart despiseth Democrats, and all that that torm implies. Having worked up bis righteous wrath to a proper pitch by a portisal of Holy Willie's Prayers, be last Sunday branched forth as follows: "O Lord and Almighty Father, wilt Thou, in Tbino infinite mercy and goodness, regard favorably the loyal poople ol these United States, and shower upon them Thy unalloyed blessings, thai they may praise Thee : but send Thy hot damnation upon the souinern ku mux and northern Demo crats, for they are constantly sowing strife and discord among 1'by chil dren." The name ofthis hair-pin is Kulchin. No More Federal Bastilrs. Those who wore moving around on business errands during tho war, know very well that we had too many Federal baBtiles thon in our country for a free poople, and we want no more of that kind erected under another name. A colemporary appropriately remarks: "Mr. Crittenden's bill, just introduced in Congress, lor tbe establishment of a Federal prison, ought not to paa. It proposes a stop toward centralisation. The present system of using various Slnto penitentiaries for the confine ment of persons convicted ot violations of the criminal laws ol the United States has worked well enough so far, and it has the merit of economy in its behalf. Tho peoplo want no Govern ment baslilo." How true I Moves Slow A lettor-writer says: "Tbo first stone of tbe celebrated Ca thedral of Cologne was laid on the 15th of August, 1248. The 631st year of its building was therefore completed on. the Kith of last August It is hoped on the noxt anniversary tbe great mionster will bo finished. Tho two towers havo now reached their final stage, and have only to receive their massive caps of solid stone work. When these havo boon put in tbeir places a still higher story will have to he added to tho scaffoldings, in order to fix ou the tops of the caps the gi gantic foliated crosses, almost thirty foot high, which are to crown the tow ers, ibis will probably be done next Spring." Bad por the Colonel. An ex change says that "Col. Charles Klock- nor, wbo commanded a regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers during the war, was afterwards a member ol the Legislature, and subsequently a clerk in the Philadelphia postoffiee, was ar rested thoro on a rocont Wednesday morning, cbsrged with stealing letters from tho mails, and bailed in 13,000 for his appearance In the United States District Court." The Colonel is con siderable of a swell, and we are not astonished at what has happened re cently ; bat how in creation he was evor mado a Colonel ovor the beads ol good men, we never understood. Hioh-toned Misiirderstandino. r"" ... . J Tho Baltimore Gazette sty t : "Tbe an tagonism between tho Grant and Sher man interests is boing pretty sharply denned, the latest movement Is an assault by Genera! Sherman npon the personal character of a journalistic champion of Genoral Grant's who re torts with a threat of suing the doughty Commander-in-Chief lor libel. Genoral Hhorman has always bad a particularly loose tongue and few peo plo will grieve should a jury of his countrymen decide to put a padlock on It." A "Boon." The Radical Committee of Centre county met the othor day and took a vole for President Grant received 4 ; Blaine 22, and Sherman 1. Now, if this suits Don. Cameron next month, it will be all right : but if he la for Grant, or uncle John, the delegates must vote against Blaine, Rernem ber, Don. Is running this campaign, not the voters, and delegates must do port themselves. Bad roa the Uerai.d. The St Louis Post says: "The New York Herald bos published a biography of Roecoe Conkling, crowding the whole thina into a single page of small type. A Jtrraia biography Is usually about as dangerous as a Rhode Island shot gun." Rude. An exchange save: "Gojl Grapl, was mot by an oartdiquflje whop no landed in Cuba, but it was a very mild one to that which the Blaine and Sherman men are preparing for hlin on his return to the United Slates." THE ItlRTH OF TUKXEW COX SPIRAVY. The Republicans of Ibis country are in a desperate strait They fully re cognise tho fuct The Stairs they slolo to achieve tho Presidency three yen ago, they cannot steal this year. 1'hey know this. And they havo long boon contemplating the theft of others. It was al first suggested that tbe Legis lature of Now York should enact a law taking to Itself tbo right to choose tho Presidential electors. This propo sition was informally broached to the country, but it elicited such indications of popular rebellion against so mani festly a dishonest proceeding, that it was ooncludod if not to aoaudon it al together, at least to make no show of positive intention to adopt it, until all other possibilities of achieving tho do sired result shall havo failed thorn, ll was thon agreed among the wicked lew with whom the conspiracy origi nated, that a bill should be put through the body named, giving tbe choosing ot the electors to tho Congressional districts. On Tuesday such a bill was introduced, ll was presented by a Mr, roller. Jt provides that two eieo tors-at-lurge shall bo chosen and that one for oach Congressional dislrictsliall also be ohoson that is, that each elec toral ticket placed in the ballot box shall contain the names ot throe eleo tors. It is believed, by tbe schemers. Ibat should this act become a law, at least twonty-thrco of tbe thirty five electoral votes ol tho Male are certain to be carried for tho Republican can didate for President. The mere introduction of this bill is confession that the Kopublicans despair of carrying Now York on the popular volo, and the claim in tbo face of that confession that voting by districts tbey would secure 23 out of the 3ft electors, shows how unfairly tho Slate is dis tricted in tbe interest ot their party, and how grossly dishonest that fact would in its results to the majority of its people, even if tbo mothod of choos ing electors by Congressional districts were in voguo in all the Slates. It is a desperate and damnable game that is thus being played. Tbe wonder is that in this enlightened ago and free country tho boldest men would dare even to wbispor of such an outrage. They would not, but for the fact that years of the most corrupt rule the world bas evor known has made tho poople familiar with political wrongs of tho most audaciouB character, and to a certain extent callous to thorn. We arc yet unwilling to believe, bow ovor, that in Ibis latest endeavor, the Republicans are not daring too much are not imposing too much upon the endurance of a too patient poople. I) tins-uarre, utaaer. Granny Statesmanship. A Wash- ington telegram to the A ssociatcd Press deals in this kind of stuff: "It is learnod that Mr. Christiancy, United States Minister at Lima, bas telegraph ed to the Stato Department that all foreign Ropresontativos had recognised Ihe new Peruvian Government, tbat be had been requested to do likewise, and asked for instructions. The mat tor was laid before the Cabinet and the Secretary of State, under directions fiora the Cabinet, bos telegraphed Mr. Christiancy to use his own discretion in the mailer, as ho is on tho ground and cognizant of the existing relations between the Government and tbe poo ple. The Slate Department has no doubt tbat Mr. Christiancy will rocog nizo Ibo Piurola Government What ever action be takes in the mailer will be sustained by the United Slates Gov ernment he fiBB h4m ajiwwm full powor to act" How savage 1 How long must the present race of "Chris tian statesmen" be tolerated to hatch anything more sublime 1 Do You See It T An exchango says: The election of Garfield as tho succes sor ol Mr. Thurmao, from Ohio, in tbe Senate, forces into bold relief a most significant coincidence. Garfield was one of the bribed members of the House, caught with Credit Mobilior scrip in bis pocket, issued by the Pa cifio ilailroad Ring. To Mr.Thurmao, on tbe other hand, belongs the special credit of having carried through Con- gross the only law by which these rich and overgrown corporations are called to an account The Pacifio Railroad Ring, which baa robbed tho United States Treasury of filtoen millions of dollars, and tbo poople of one hundred millions, dofeated Thurman (Demo crat,) and elected Garfield (Radical). There, now yon have the facts. Party Evert Timb. An exohange appropriately remarks : The decision of the Maine Judicial Court simply emphasises the fact that not oven the bench of a Supreme Court can make a Republican anything but a party man. This was shown in tho Electoral Com mission, where the Democratic judges voted with the Republican judges to rejoct ihe Democratic vote fromOregon, while the Republicans voted solidly on the Louisiana case that tbey could not go behind the returns, an inconsistency the Democratic judges were not guilty of. A ootomporary says tbat after a quorum had been secured by the Fusion Legislature the Supreme Court ofi Maine bad any authority to decide up on the right of any member to a soat in either branch of the Legislature, is a proposition devoid of law and com mon sense. But absnrd as it may be it was a "good enough Morgan" for Blaine & Co. in the emergency in which tboy fonnd tbaaselves. It is a precedent, however, that will some day return to plague its Inventors. A Stukiiorn Fact. An exohsngo pricks the case in this way : "One of Mr. Sherman's organs blandly remarks that 'the Secretary poetesses elements of strength not duly appreciated ex cept among experienced political man agers.' This is a most delicate and graceful allusion to that bar'l which is to roll from the First National bank of New York and be re-inforced by other institutions that have been en riched by 'the Secretary's' favors " The Government Seedsman. Poor Mr. Le Due is the most soundly abused man In public life But all men wbo are several generations ahoad of their time mast share the same fate. A paper which has no appreciation of bis efforts to grow tea In this country speaks of him as tbe Superintendent of the Waste of Public funds, aud oruolly Clll hi assistants "send handlers and persimmon kidnappers," Railroad Summiti. The Kane summit, on the Philadelphia and Stfe road, is 2,00(1 foot boye tide water. Callltsln, on ths Pennsylvania road, Is 2,161, fttd Swantown, on tha Balti more and Ohio road, Is 2,620 feet above tide-water. These an pretty rapee. able country elevations. But th iron horse overcomes them all. VXSEhFlSU AXI) XOX PARTI SAX. Of course tho exodus was and Is "entirely non-political." There was nothing but tho broadest principles ot humanitarian reform In tho combined effort iifilttdicul politicians to loment discontent among the blocks, to dupe them with notions, to gel them out ot tho South before they oould bo counted in tbo basis of representation and to put tbein where the Republican party most needed rointorcoments in the Nortb. All this was the natural operation ol that pure charity, that unselfish be- aorWiioo,' Mtwh tut markod the oourso of the Rudicad party in all its dealings with the negro. Tho sumo sell' sacrificing, nnculculuting, spontan eous generosity was seen, beard anil fell when the Radicals promised "forty acres and a mule" to every freed man who would loin tho carpet badgers in their raid on tho property-holders of the rioulh. Again Una sublime Impulse burst forth when tbe froeilmcn were induced to put their savings in lbs Kroedniun's Dank to bo tenderlv cared for by Christian statosmon and epos loiio niianciors ol high degree. These are some of tho more impor tant instances illustrative of that bond of syinpalhy which bas bound the Radical heart to tho black man. 'Twits over thus, and may bo so as long us "lite great parly of progress and moral reform" shall neod either cosh or voles. It will bo remembered it certainly can't readily be forgotten that amid the gloom and darkness of defeat, in November, 1870, when Mr. ilnyes know, as did all his fellow-citizens, that Mr. Tilden had been duly elected, tbe sad statesman of Fremont, Ohio, thought not of bis own bittor disap pointment, he recked not of blighted hopes, cried not for spilled milk as sordid people cry, mourned not ovor blasted fortune or wasted funds, but, true to the groat Radical instinct or trait, bis soul was penetrated with perforating arrows ol grief, and his tears fell tears Unit Pecksniff would have envied as he lilted up his voice and wailed, "Not for myself, bnt for the poor negroes ol Ihe South. Everywhere and alwava thoro has been tho same absence of aelflsb schem ing and the narrowness ot the partisan At all timos, in all place and under ail circumstances the same philanthro pic spirit which we hare noted in the low extracts from history has been tho animus, the motive, tbe ni-opolling power of tbo Uepubiiean politician in ins policy ana course towards th negro. And Ihe world ought to know this OKI, old story by heart. Exchange. THE EXODUS SOU EM EH ROOM- KRAXQ1XG. 1 hero havo not been as yet a very groat many negroes seduced away irom their nomes in ino South for lo cation in Indiana, but tho managers of tuo scheme aim lo colomr-o in the .State named from 10,000 to 20,00U of them ere thoy have done. They confidently roly upon tho sufficiency ot tbat num ber to revolutionize the politics of tbe Slate which, as our readers know, have not been of late yoars to the Re publican liking. There are indications, however, that the result ot the colonisation will be the exact reveree of what these arch machinators have hoped, and will make their cacbinatora" on the other side of their mouths. Theeditorofan Indianapolis paper, being in Pittsburgh the other day, was interviewed by a reporter of the Post of that city, and gave it as his decided opinion tbat the bringing of the negroee would cause thousands of Republican workingmen to vote the Demoorati ticket. Ho said there was no demsnd in that State lor more laborers than are already within hor borders, and that it is only two years since tbe oitixeiin colonised 3,500 white workingmen out ol the State, because tuore was no employ ment for them iu it The gentleman interviewed regards tbe exodus an out rage "both on those, whito and black- already there, and those, black, that are being brought there from the south.- The assumptions of this gentleman are so reasonable tbat we cannot doubt bat that their wisdom will be verified by the facts of tbe future. Exchange. Mori Grace. The llarrisburg Pa triot says: "The riot bribery cases woro continued by Judge Pearson, upon agreement of eounsel, to a special ses sion of Court, beginning on tbe second Monday in March. Thore was no sufficient legal ground laid by the de fense in the Sailer case to sustain their motion for a continuance, and tho Court so held, but Judge Pearson in dicated that he would givo the defense time until Wednostlay lost, tbe 21st inst, to produoe their absent witnesses, or in case they could not then produce thoro, to show that testimony material to the issue could not now but wonld be hereafter offered. After this indi cation from tbe Court counsel for the prosecution and the dolense in all tho cases agreed in writing to the post ponement already noted. It is lo be regretted that these trials bad to be again postponed. The scandal which they involve ought to be ended as speedily as possible. Guilt should not be sufi'ored to go without punishment nor innocence without vindication. but it does Boom that tho tax payeis of isaiipmn county win De obliged lo pay ratbor dear for the law's delays in those cases." Blaine Will now Disband. The rbilatlclphia Time (Ind.) says: "As Senator fllaino bas got through with bis war in Mains bo will very soon disband himself and return to his duties at Washington. Congress has been getting along in an unsatisfactory sort of way for nearly two months now, and it is beginning to be suspeotcd that Blaine will be in the right temper to stir up tbe animals a little. The country Is just dying lor a little fun.' Titus Tankeeism. In every SlaU in the Union save Maine, tbo llonses of tho Legislature are resiieotirely the judges of tbe qualifications snd oloo. tions of their own members. There tbo exigencies of the Republican par. ty have so modified the law that that judicial power ia vested with the courts. Stiy avfrtigsmrnta. SHOKMAKINC1.-I karaby Inform sty na turae, aad mankind la general, UnU I hare remoeed my aheemaktng ebon ta the ream la Urahea'e row, oyer g. I. Snyder 'a Jewelry mora, sad thai t am prepared ba de all kinds of work la my Hoe cheeper tkaa Bay ether ehea la tewa. All work warranted aa goed as aaa be doae any where alee. PoeltlTol this is the cheapest shop la Clenrneld. JOS. H. DKKRINO. use. ii, im-ar. QUBPtmA IN DIVOHCP In the Caart U el uemmoa rieas of Clesrteld eewaly. Clara Carpeatar, by bar 1 No. SS Dept. I- IS7S. Beit heel fried, ra. I Leeaard Carpenter. J Sabpwaa tar. Directs, fs tieserd OerfxWer, waece naneml neaeweeal a Sra i lea are hereby Bottled te appear In said Ceartea er before THE THIRD MONDAY IN MARCH NEXT. Bad shew eaaea ehrtll.. from the keada ef matrimony a boa Id not be de. Breed lm ike a be re eaae. J A hi SB SlAIIAFFIT.ihertl. ClearSaU, "a, Jaa. II, HS.,t. I R('VTPeT W1VTICF.. -Notice la here. J ky glTBB that Letters Teetameatery aa the estate ef THOMAS REILLT, hue el Cewrieid hereagh, OlearSetd aoaaly, PeaaV. cWsaaod. kaeiag beea dale (reeled la Ike aadarelxaed , all BersanB rndeeteel le aaid eetaea will please make Immediate aejrmeat, aad theea kactag claims er dereaaiti agaleal the aame WIU preaeat them Properly BatheBtleeled for settlement wllbcel delay. PETER A. rlADLIN, "AAI RBILLT, Elector. ClrartiM, Fa., Dec. II. lift t. 150 HewHril ! I Bill pay IKK IIIJNIIHIU) IHl.t,ARH tor tna arreet aad eonvlelloa af tbe party, er liarUee, who eat Are to and burned my barn en tbe Bight of Ilia 1th of aKitubrr, iHJrl, In GorUm'oa lowaehlp. I will aleo pay flKTV IMil.LAHS) for Ike arreel ami etinrietiuB uf the iiartlee who Miaulted ny Jwelllaa bonee oa the Blgllt of the llltll f NovtmlHtr. imtt, and breeklaf in tha wltdowe of tbe eana. I beliere It ta be my duty, ai a law abldkaa oillaBB, ta Blake Ihla effort ta brlh( Ilium ta Jaetloa wba bare aa btfhly oneuded u ueigh bore and Biyaelf ETKR UARNIKH. Creaohrilla, Pa., Jausary II, IBHS-St. J)IIRI.IO AIE OkBjTOl'K OP Turnpike Road Companies OWNKO BY TUN Commonwealth Of IVnn'n. In pnnuenne of tha Aet of June 12, IM7t, the Audltur llenaral will expuee to Bale at tbe Her chente' Kiohaaae, In tbeoltyof Philadelphia, oa TI'K-niAY, the I4TII day ot fKRHIIARY, ISfcl, at iz colons At., is.ftle eharaa or Turnpike Hoed Stooke. BOW ewaed be tile Commonwealth, emoair ! trhleh are IIS ahareiof Armatronaend ClearAeld. Tbe eertlBoatot for all Ibaae etoeka oaaoot ba luund, but Ilia inlereit of tbe Commonwealth will be auld. The purohaeer will be entitled te tbe kme number el lotoo aa the ordinal owaer. Tornae, III per eent. on day of eale, tbe balance aithio thirty deya to the State Treeaurer, whta a tranaier will be glvea. WILLIAM P. gCIIELU Jaoil 31 Auditor tleaeral Notice of Inquisition. To William Caldwell, J... II Caldwell, laaleh T. Caldwell, Hoboooa Jane Caldwell. llaeBeh Caldwell, Anna 11. Straw and Hiram Straw, her nuena.au, Mtaabetn btronjr anil Tbomae HI rone, her bueband, Henrietta bloom aud Peter Ulnoni, her bueband, Martha MoClure and Milton Ate Clara, bar bueband. Aleo, tho f'tllewlaa araad- ohildrea ul rlamuel Caldwell, dee'd t Children of Jeeepb Caldwell, bie eon, and of Hennab Me Creiabt and Neaey A. Andereon. hla danahtere to wit: Peter A. Caldwell, Nancy Jane Long and Aaron Lena-, her huaband, Martha Jane Norria and Jamee Norrla, her bueband, Aflna UlbaoB aad William B. Ulbaoa, bar baiband, joiib Meurelghl, Mary llelory and Albert llelorv, ber bueband, Marina McVandleae and William MaCaadleae, ber billhead, Kdilb braueker and Frank Drauokar, bar bueband, Mary Atticuen and Robert Altlomaa, bar bueband, TAhK NOTICK that at an Oriihana' Court held at Clear- field, la and for Clearfield eoentr, an Inquea! waa awarded forthe tiarpoee of making: partition of tbo real aetata of bamue! Caldwell, late ot Pike townobip, deo'd, and la purauanee of enid order of Court I will bold an inquialtioa ob premieea of aald deoedonl. en Til liKrJUAT, tbe lisi'll UA1 of miilll AKV, l0, at I e'oloeb V. M , at wbleli tuna and plane all who are Intereated tnty atlaua it tney eee proper. JAH. MAUAr f KV tHBRirre Orrica, f hberiff. Clearbeld, Jaa. S, !- 4L ICR TO Hi:iHM. o th iDfttUr of Ihf lo th. On.ta.na Cutirl cDUtiof John lUnotck, dsrtsutd. orClMrftaldeouiit;, P. WHIT OP PARTITION. To tba bajtrt, legal rapraacatatiroa. and tha aiiauoaa ol tba beira, or af any of tbaio, ef Joba llanouck, lata of Ptka towmtiit), ClaaiBald, daceatad, Tilt Mra. Mar; Uanoock (widow), i. B. U-ooook, J. K. Hancock. I. W. Hanooeb, John Hancock and Hnith V. Wilaan, bit tiatr dian md iiitm, Margaret Ann Paianort. itr.d lUr t Paaatnora, bar buiband, Wary Bell Fuihoftuo and A. L.. Pulling ton, her hnaband, Hannah Ma Piieratia aud John II. Mol'horson, bar huabond, Oiiva Bruton an J H. V. Brntoii, her haaSand , Suaan HtitDtva and Will Ian ttUntua, bar buaband Ua'aakMofharaoa and John H. MePbaraon, br hatbantt. wbo olaiiua to ba alienee ut Mary Bell ruuinfthf ana a. L. rullingtou, her buahnaj, aud John H. McPhereoa, alienee of Hun HUn tuo and W, bun to a, bar boebaad, TAKK NO TIL'K that, ia port tie nee of a writ of partition to me directed, I win, on WBINKStAY,th SJTII DAY OK KliHKUAKY, I8HU, boll an Inqmat ef Iertition and Talnatioa of th real aetata lata ef oha UaDooek. lata f Pik townabip, Clearfield ouniy. Pa., deeeead. Tba Inqneat will aaaetnble at th lata raaldaaee ef aat4 John Uaaeook. dee'd, ia Pike towaabip, Bounty aad hut aferaiaU, at iv e eioea a. m. of taid day. fiaaairr'a Orrica. JAS. MAHAFFKY, Clearfield, Jaa.SS, Kit It. J Sheriff. GEO. WEAVER & CO., SECOND 8TRKKT. CLEARFIELD, PA., Her opened np, In tbe tore rooai lately oeanpiad by Wearer A Be It 1,00 Heeaad itreet. a larga and wall "elected itook of Dry - Goods Groceries, BOOTS AN II 8 HOES, QUSKNSWARg, WOOD WILLOW WARE, HATrt ASO CAPS, FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c. Whlob fori Ihey will dltpoaa of at reaeoaeUe rates aaa, er eii-aiago tor eouatry produce. OEOROE WEAVER A OO. Clearleld, Pa., Jan. 1, 1178-tf. Orphans' Court Sale or rALCAlkB Real Estate! aMTATK OF JOHN SCHRtJRICU, DECD. Bt Tlrtneefea order ieaaei oat of tbe Orphans' Ooart ol Clearleld eennty, Pa., there will kc elpoeed to public sale oa the promisee, la tbe emage oi iroatTiiic, ea Monday, March 1st, 1880, At cne e'elork P. U all these eerlala tracta aad parcels ol land situate la Clearfield eouaty, bona dad and described aa foltowo, to wit t eTO. 1. Two lots la lbs llllace of Trout. Ilu Brady tewniklp, each freellag M feet oa Latbera kurg turnpike, end encoding back 1 In feet, witb a Iwe-atory dwclliag bonae, a two-story store o"r, irmiuc simoic ana einer entoatldinge, ad Joining other lots of said decedent aad H. W. Schoea. NO. t. One ether lot la tillage ef Troulellle. Si feet froet ea Lntbersberg taraplke, aad IIS leal dorp, with ao bull.llngs, adjoialug lot of J. M . Lydie. NO. S. One lot ia the tillage af West Liberty, Bandy township, ndjoining lead af Heberilog estate, eoaiainiag one-half acre, mora er leas, NO. 4. A parcel af lead tllnala In Bred u.n. skip, bnemded aa the eaal and aorth by land of Charles aloib, ob Ibe seath by land ef J ae. gamp stlue, and ea the weal by public road, containing . wm h. Biroweaoo. - . TERMS OP SALi..--Oae-lkltd ef Ihe amount ef sale to be eaak ea eeuSrmutioa ef sale, aad Ike kalaaoe reeerred by bends and mortgages ia two otieel annual pay. mra la, with inlereet thereon from date of aaie, LKWI8 SCIIOCH, WM. KINDKRMANN, ' ' " Kaecators. TtMtrlUe, Fa., Jaa. It, 1 SSI St E::;:::;;::i!yl:":,:J:::;:l DRVOTIO TO Mining. MettaUurgy. Engineoring, and GeneraTSoieno R!CHARDP.tOTnwU.,C.I.,M.B.,1 ., ROSHITKR W. RAYMOND, Ph.D.. ) Ki WILLIAM H. WAHLt Ph.D., D-partntat f ProgrM ! 8oito u. th ArU, Tl It aa aMMptwJ aatharlty m all qoaiHIaH ra latlag to tht groat nialng ladaitrlat of tha teaa try. (t li tha olrl.it puMktvtioa of lit alau m A ati-io, tekorattghlj tadeDaadtnt t Wtaff af tha trada u. aot In li, aeeaplM a Jvurt aad Impartial pnUJia, which aaablaa U ta adrlaa Md laaeh niiboal fair ar fa vats ll ttroaat ajaah tpaaa ta qtMttleait Waring apa ttaajnailaal ajaaataiant mi a.taa, a! froa liaia ta liaat HliiaUatM tba Mora iBmpartaat iHarovamtatt ta talog aiaahla ary avast aagiaaartaf athatla. Spatial attaatiea la giro at Nllahla la fag aoart froa. all part of tha aaamtry, whlah ll gatharad by aa aftolant aarp of aarraapeadaou la arary aaetlota aad m aa ai -toadad aiehaaga ltd Tba natal aad art MarhaU aad go Id, af War, aad Itoallaaaaaii atoeha ara rtpor tad Md aoamtnld apoa vaakly by axparlaaatd walaa, who Ma aabiavwd by prirata latoraaia, aud mpoa thaaa a titan tt it aaoaptwd aa a ralla bta gaMta aad aa felling laatroetat. m-aatUtla 11m ol pradaoilaa al aol aa4 trua, and of oar groat (old,aUroaadaihf Ml. I at aot tat. le aotaa ara aa mUobw ai too la toot ropaaiahat, 1U ta4a toparu lW aad lit adtlorUU aanotoaa aad ojaprobaaalva. l oajata tba widatl airaalatlaa aaa groawff uaaaaaa oi aaj jaoraai of IU tlaaa 1 tho World; Itt patroataad rood an aoaaprttiag tba Moat Mtott aad taitiligoat mn la atari qaartor. uaaaripuoa, w pn J tar u tvdraaet llaoaU a ataglo off. AdrortliiBg rattkf n application. Addrott. Till HC.KNTIFIO PUB. CO., P 0. Boi 4404. IT Park Plara, Nt York. Jtoairj 11, 19H St. SUiurtllanfouji. ARNOLD PAYS GASH or TRADE. Corw.Bivillt, P.t ln. , 'Tf-tf. fOM'.V TO LOAN.-( fl-..1M ln ji i truTw lam yrvpvrtj, oy in eWJUiHeti twiiw loturae OuinaDy f N York, ob Aril aturi .lt, ta iuii Ifi'ia I.OOS up. fur furthar la (urualUk nuitlf lit tb undrriijUtl. HI HATHAL W SMITH. Cltarflt-ld Fi.. Mi- Jth. IMV lt. ' ABiinktliatNcvrr Breaks. Try MyConl. Th nndtr.ior,ti adopt, thin motbod of In for a. Ing tht nutattruui eoniuincfi, that kit oal bank li not a Winter arraarruisnt only, bnt thtt It will ba oried In lb tfunia.tr aa wll aa Win lr. I alita that I hnvatb Best Coal in tbe Market, and will iell It for aaab, or ta aiohauft for flow, rteJ, grorerlw. te. Larga oontraou will U Msiila tt a wry imall prof... Por foil partkulart all oa la iron, reiitllng iaoaaof Urabua'a Bfipar boua, or adtlraai au throafb tbo port QUO. OrtUrti ltd at Ibe vjMiB.ta will rwolrt prompt attantion. TII08. A. DUCK KIT. tWD.Jd, I'a-, Jan. a, laTtf tf. r. at tic a. . 'oonai.n. a. aaiLaaua, GllKll, JHiCOR.LE & t'O.'S FURNITURE ROOMS, Market Rtreet, ( Irardold. Pa. We aaBufaotars all klnda of farBltare for OhamberB, bluing Kooma, Llbrariea and lUlla. If you want Vamltare ef any kind, don't bay until yon ace oar Block. lTIVIEItTAICIN In all lla branohaa, promptly nltend.d to. 61'ILCII, McCORKLK A CO. Clesrteld, Pa., Feb. (, '78. READING FOR ALL 1 1 , BOOKS STA TIOXER Y Market St.. ( If ardeld. (at (lis Poet cMlce.) Till anderalfned beta leave te nnnonBoe te Ibo ollinna ef Clearleld and Tlelnity, tbat ba baa lilted up a room and baa Joat returned front the eity witb a large auoaut or reading matter, eoneieting ia part of Bibles and Miscellaneous Books, Blank, Account aad Pul Booka ef erery de eeriptfon,' Paper aad KaTalepea, French nreaeed and plain ; Pana and Pontile ; Blank Legal Papara, Ileede, Mortgagee Judgment, Kieup Uon and Promiaarr antra; Wbite and Parch ment Brief, Legal Cap, Record Can, and Bill Cap, rjheel aluaio, lor either Piano, Flute or Violia, eonetantly oa band. Any beokl er atationary dcaired that 1 may not bavo ob boBd.wlll be ordered by iral eipreca, and aold at wholesale er retail to salt customers. 1 wiil aleo keep periodical literature, such aa MagaalBco, Newapapers, Ac. P. A. uaIlin. Clearleld, Kay T, lSS-lf A NEW DEPARTURE IN I, IT II L It SB I KG. HtraalVr, gooda oil) U auld for CASH only, or la aiebaaga tW prodooa. No booka will bo kpt la tha lataro. All old aaaaaatt auat bo tettltd. Thaaa wba eon aot aaab op, will plaaaa hud ovar tkttt aolat aad CLOSE THE RECORD. I am determined to tell my goods al eaak prieee, aad at a dlscoant far below that eeer ofered ia tkla Tictnlly. Tha diaeoaat I allow my eustfimsrs, will makefhsne rich in tweeir ywerelf they follow my adriea and buy their goods from me. I will pay cash for wheat, oats and olorer eed. DANIBL O OO 1 LANDER. Lulharsburg. Jaaoary 17, 1871. HARTSWICK & IRWm. BRCOND ITRIIT, CLEARFIELD, PA, DIALBR8 IN PUKE DRUGS! cnsmcALsi PAINTS, OlkS, DYE STI'IT VAKNISIIKS, BRIISURS, i PKRFOSIbUkl;. FANCY OBVOt. IOILKT ARTICMS. OF ALL KINDS, 1 PVHS W1XES AND LIQUORS tor medicinal parawiaa. Trasses, Bee port era. School Raoka aad SlelWe Bry, and all ether anlelee eie.llj tjemd la a Drag tfteew, PHYSICIANS PRKb-CRTPTIONS CARI FULLY COMPOtlNDKU. listing n targe ea-' nerlence in Ike business they t fsraetioa. aaa giro salve sat. J. e. BARTSWICK, dllHN nearSald. December Id. line JOHN F. IRWIN JJARD TIMES HAVE NO IFFI01 IN FRENCHYILLE I I aw aro tbat tiara ara taaia ptraoat a Hitla bard to pkaat. aad I aa alto aw aro that tbo oomlalDt of "bord lltaaa" It wall algh anivoraal. at i as to aiaatxi aow that aaa aatitiy tba fonatr aad prora aaaelatltaly that "bard tiatoa will aot offaot tboat who bay ibakr gooda froai ao, aad all mi aatromt tball aalaitiatod lata tba at om of HOW TO AVOID HAKP TIMKS I lira good aaoagb to -apf.ly all tht lababt-. taaU ta tba lowor aad of tbo eoaaty whitb I aril' at aioooding low ratot froa ay aaaaotb ttoro m MULHONUURtl, whor 1 aaa alwaya ba (Wood raady to wait npoa a ail on aad top ply tbaa with. Dry Goods of all kinds. 8aek as Ctotka, flettfletta, Casalmarea, Masltsw Delaines, Linen, Drillings, Calicoes, Trimmings, Ribbons, Lace, Ready-made Clethlag, Boots aad 8 beea, Hals aaitj Oape all of tbe beat material aad aaade te order Hon, Bocks, U lores, Mllteat, Laees, Ribheaa.oVe 8R0CIRIU OF ALL KIN DAV Oofce, Tea, Sagtr, Rioc, Meteuea, Ft. Salt Part, Viaeeed Oil, Flak Ml, Uaiaaa OU. Hardware, Qasaaawara, Tie ware, Oaatlags, Flews and Plow Coalings, Neils, Salhea, Cera Caltlea ters, Oider Pteeees, aad all klada ef A ice. Perraaaee), Palais, Vanish, glees, aad a gaaaret aeeoctmeal ef Slatieeery, GOOD FLOUR, Of dlScreet bread., always ea Bead, eed WIS be aud at tae leweet possible Igwree. J. H. MeClala's Medic lace, Jayac'e Mcdleleee Iteswtter l aad uceaaaa s Sitters. tle aeaadl af Weal wealed for which the highest ence will be aaid. Ctotatasid ea head aad far Bale al law leweet market price. Alee, Agent far Btretteatllle aad Oarweaatllla Tkreekiag Maekities. rlall and ace lor teoreelree. Yew Bill lad ererjtkiag Banal I y k.pt ta a retail store. L. M. OOVDRIRT. Frcarktille P. 0., ABgatt li, lift.