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CLKAKKIELD, I1 A. WEDNESDAY MO KM I Nil, JAN. 1, 1IH. Terms or Subscription. f f paid In edvnnee.nr wltbltt ibrM months. ..Ii' Oe If paid after three ud before li Boat hi... I M Ifpaid after tbe expiration of til moubts... I do r Messrs. 0. at. Parr a warn. A Co., Newe paer Adveetlelag Agata, IT Phi How, earner ilekjuan Street, art our duly authorised Agents la New York City. Ki:i,i(iioi;s MOTICKM. Methodist Knlarjoiial Cliurr hRev. J. S M MiraiuT, Pastor. Hervlcee every Habbath 4t 1 04 A. M., and 7 r. M. Sabbath Hnhool at V A. M. Prever Meeting every Wednesday, at Tl P. M Communion Borvtee, Irit Habbath f every j.onth, at 10f A.M. Wait Clearfield M, E. Churrh. Re. W. fi'-oTT WiLioa, Pastor. Preaching every alternate Sunday, at o'olonk, P. M. (Sunday Hobool at Si, P. AJ. All ara Invited to attend. ProebyterU Church Rt. II. B. Duti.br, Bebbath cervices mornlna and evening Sab bath Bobool at I P. M. Prayer Mm ting Wednee- day evening. Baptist hurrh.-rUv. , Pastor. Sabbatb School at I P. M. Prayar Maatifig an ry Wednesday evening. Hi. Francis' Church Cathollr Kit. P J.HmafniN Divine service et lite A. M., oa the first, third and fourth Suudaysof each woatb Vtipari and Beoedlotion of lb Blessed Haarauant et 7 o'clock, r. rtunaay oonooi itw; cm; afteraooa at I o oloen. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. f 1MB Ot aolDIM QDABTBR EMI OKI COURT tfeoond Monday of January. Third Monday of March. . Plrat Monday of J una, , Fourth Monday of September, T1MR OV BOLDIHO OOMHOB riRAB. - . First Monday of Juno. Second Monday of Novambar. PVtUO 0TP10RRS. Pritidmt J il at lion. Cbarlai A. Mayor, of Lack Haven. Attittant Lmm JmtfUon. John II. Orvls. of Beiieronte. it ( JuAgtiAbrm Of don. Clearfield) Vincent fl. Holt, Clearfield. . Prvikootfy-ltl Bloom. M'giiframd RttorHL. J. Morgan. Trawr Philip Dotte. IHttriot dttornty J. F. MoKonrlek. Hktriff Jamat Mabaffoy. a tmMtM JSlklT Cuuntw Saror Samaal F. McCloikty, Cor- ntTUIa. flnumt fJommttiomtrC. W. Kvlar, Art him ton P. 6.1 Klab J ohm Ion, Urannion Bllli P. 0.; fastMittfawrf Chrlt John W. Howt. John Norrli, Br., CnrweniTlllo. Count, Auditor-WilMtas V. Wright, Clar flald; Jotapb Uilhtaad, Tbraa Runii J.P.Nur riP, Woodland. Cemnlf Cor on J. B. Neff, Naw Waihiogton, Jur Qommini9w AndrewJ. Jarkannt Clear-r.-.l W. R. Itrown. Clearfield. Xuynrinttndtnt o Puhli SckooUS. L. Mo- gnown, ciaarnoiu. Jimhr of WiigkH Mmwu Jrm W . Carllla, offie at Lotheriburg Pa. NotariM ( John W. Wrigley, W m. Ra dohaugh, Cyrui Gordon, Cloarflold: Jonrph R. Irwin, N. K. Arnold, Curwonvllla ; J. A. Living tona, UaUoia City. Onr AtmNaootaaiR la dooldedly InUraMlng In a local point of tIow, and profltablf reading to autaldaro who want U oara uodkj. Vl. OK COHHWEl "Will )vn tak wheat, oali or ora fur aub rripiion f" Wa aro oftfa inquired of in this way by Ivtfor fra atroni who reaida at a dirtanca frbin Clrarneld. Wo again ray yaa. Tba reoclpti of a raponalbla inarrbant or niitl owner In tba riclnily, will anawer oa Jaat aa well aa tba eab. To illloitratt i If any of oor patrona will dolirar u a bag of grain at tba mill of Joatph H. Bntb, in Cbaat townchlp, IIorao Patch ia, In Uarnaldt, Tbouai II. Foroay, In Unban, Wa. Porter or Nbaw'a, In Lawranoo, or Brew a A Sayler, at Rwktoa, Unioa towaablp, and forward thalr rtcalpii for the a moan t, wawill aradlt than oa tbclr account for tba aatna. In tbta way all may aon pay what thry owe, If tboy will puraoa tbla ooa ran. gorAiivortiBr and othors will boar fa aitnd that all artMaa in landed tar publication In tbii papor aiait be handed la, nut Utar than I Taeadny, at 9 A. M. Dont forget It ! The famona teat oil well at OftCoola baa boon hnodooedi " Tbomaa A. Kleek, ol thin place, ia onload to bia retldenee with a aerloua attack of Inflammatory rhoinalni. T. Benton Pulley, the temperance I aatwrar, waa reeantly married to Mr. Ella 6. Ilelndol, of Qtttyiborj, Pa. A rovival meeting is being held in tha Melhodiat church In tbla borough, which wll likely ba protracted for aoma time. m m ' TJot. K. J . Gray, A. M., Freeitlont o( Willlamaport Dltklaeoa Seminary, will preach la tha M. R. Charah of thli p aae neit Bandy. Frank Cooper, who baa been con fined ta bia home in tola borough for tbo paet two montha or mora, with rheumolUm, la tbla to ba oat agala. . KaJ. W. Graham baa removed hin atack af drag i, Aa., Into hut aew quarter! oa 8ee oad atnot. Ha aow oeoapiae ona of tba Doaleat Mot roomi la tba State. 4 - Onr Town Council are talking about arurehaaing a Are angina. Tbla, to awr judgment, mill ba a feasible lareatment, and will ba enjoyed by all tba tai-payeri la aommoB. e One paper lefts in Clearfiold county. Tha pahlieatloa of tha Hoatidala Nm baa beaa Indefinitely nape dad, and that jaornal baa goat tbo way of all thinga that are terrestrial. Clearfield Lodge, Ho. 1,3-14, 1. O. of U. T., will bold their quarterly election of nfioori oa Thursday arealng neat, la thalr Lodge room. A full attendanea of tha memaera m requested. e- sp The County Auditors have com pleted thalr report of tba financial aondltloa of our rennty, which It row la tha hands of tba printer aad will ba girea to tba pablieneit week. ii aw - (ioiNaOif. We learn that the en gineora, angsgad la looating tha railroad along .the titer from tha mauth af Blnnamaboalng creek, -were at Karl baas bridge oa Monday, wending .'nelrway ap therirer. Owar Mitchell and Frank G. Harris, Tvsqi hare beaa appointed Commisalouorf to take teatiasooy la oertala dlforoo aaaea, tba par ticulars af whtah raft he ascertained by reference to ear aaw a4rartlaamaats. A prayer meeting, In the interest of . tha young attend i eg aollegea aad sckoola, will ba held la tbo leetare room of tbo Clear He'd Prnby. terlan Chareh neit Thursday eranlag, ia accord ance to a roqueat made by tha General Assembly, On account of the bad condition ot Aha roads, wa ara requested to state that tha Taneberf' Local Iootltnu. aotleed ta the"Kduoa tiaasi Colama" tt this Issue, to ha bald at Da Bole, :Ph.4Vfc and 7tb,has been Indefinitely postponed. i ewi - A Twival seems to be in progreas with tha Tamplara af this place. At the s last maatlai wa Warn they had foartoea sp plica- Ueai for admlasioa, aad at tha aama time a aamher ofeM mamharav wba bad aoft )at la aa appaar awee for aoma week a, retaroad asd pat their bar. aaaa am agaia. 'mm a awi Kocnd. The famous agitator, Xingo Park, waa eRt Bp saoh adlde ta oar eoal regions ta I8T, aad sa myiterlaaely diaappaared ahonta moath ago froai tha Weaisaaralaaa' raglaa. sap posed to bare beea waylaid and his body thrown lata tha MoaongabeU rirar, aa tarwaptaa eaal mine Rear Wbaallag, Wast Virgiala, Xinga If a brick. lndmputable J-ile Insurance Is fur jinked ay by tba Kqaltable Llfs Asaaraaaa 8e Wty af tba felted States. Policies ara lasna arstabta after being la farm three year. Asects ef the Cam paay, thirty -eight and see bait millloas f dollars i awrpMf, swtaa and aae-half millloaf. CaM at lha efflee af ft. M. MaSnally, agaat. Clear- Sail, tV, aad aaaaataa aa lamoateataale Poiiey Wrnns" Dbathb. Mrs. Nottie Kirk, wlfa af Ir. Kirk aad aetea af Horn. 0. R. Bar rett, af this plees, died sad deal; at BetlefoRte aa Moa Jay last. (ba formerly resided la Brady itowaahip, this seaoty. Mr. Stady, haakar and a prom I neat has I a ess aaa af Tyrone, fall dead a tha street ia thai tows Monday arealng. Atria (7orsTiifa. Ws ars now in aha aide af aha third wash af awr Jaaaary Court. Judge Orrle Is praaidlBf, aided by tha Aaaotlatea, Ogdea and lloli. Aa U to a week set apart far I be trial af civil eaaaes, lha attaadaaaa ts Ret large, and from tha tar d lasts of tha lawytra aad aiure aa Moaaay, It looks like a proleaged weak af Btfal buiaese ; hut w aatpaat shaa Friday minruiug will wind Bp tha term. Kanon. Tbo avwtwmont table only shows 104 cows for Lawraaaa township, It should U 336. sj i Hftvo you headache, pain in the baek.eoettd tongaa, or dlsilneesf1 If is, taka PiUrt Lira rills," and be oured. -rf . .: i i ii i mm a- " Nothing niultea a man, woman, or child feel meaner than a tlokUag MOtloa la tba throat. Taka "Dr. Setl-ra Couth Syrup." Tsnty-lve cents. ' -j mi Next Monday in "Ground or Candlemas day, when tha aforesaid animal will determine what tied, af weather we will bara to endure tba Bait ill waaki. ' A Rioiit. We intar from a re mark mads by the Superintendent, that some of the teaehars oaoaaionally sernb (heir school honsaa oo vlaltatloa day. It Is old t but try again. The Lenten Rcanon beina thifi year on tbo llih of February (Ash Wedntadsy) and closes aa Kaater Sunday, wbwh oeeura oa the IHth of Msrrh, being very aiuca earlier tbaa la former years. r Maiihikd. Mimb Clara M. Colomnn ona of tba Coleman slaters, who frequently appeared on the atags In this place, waa married at Rnabfllle, Indiana, Dseember Ittb, lo Mr. Jawrs Curl ia, of Huston, Taias. Uiahop Jeno l'eck, we learn from oar Alioona eicbsnges, will preilde at tha ap proaching saislen of tba Central PanoayWania M. R. Confereaoe, lo convene In that city oa tbe loth a March, la place af Biibp Haven, da ooaird. - - e m Sad. We learn that a Mr. Read. livlni near Wsstover, la Chest towaablp, his burrled six ohildren wl'.hta two weeks, tbo dii aaaa being dipbtbrla. Ho osrtainly has tha aympalby of tha entire community In this lore be rra reman t. LiHt of lottora romainlng unclaimed In tbe Postofllee at Clearfield, for the weekending January IB, 1AKS t Miss Bell Brandon, Win. T. Faber, Riobard fllenn. Arthur Jenkins. Chas. A. Bailers, Miss Lacy Vincent. P. A. Qaulih, P. M Tkmpkranci Mrstimo. Wo have beea rnaesied to announce that a Temperance meeting wilt be huld In tba Lutheran Choreh, at Kocktoa, on Hunday, the 1st day of February, at 10 o'clock A. M., hr tha purpose of organ ii lag an association under Iho tl ram plan Tempera noe Union. All tba friends of Temperance, as well as others, ara Invited ta attend. Mr. I'bilip Komlingur, an old sub crlber u our papar and well known In the whole surrounding country, Informed ua tbe other day, that his wife, who lor two weary jaars hud suffered with rheumatism la tbe shoulder, during which time she had been treated by several physician without success, bad been completely mired by aslBKle bottle ol Rt. Jacobs Of!.- Hie cyms, Ohio, Courier, f-fc. 1.1, IS7S . a- eii Ai'Pointmbnt8. The County Com- misslonora on Baturday last appointed a portion of their Cabinet, aa lollows : Counsel Dsvid L. Krebs. Priaon Pbysioian Dr. T. J. Buyer- Jnaitor D. Woods Jordan, Clock Wlndsr 8. I. Boeder. Tbesa ara all reappointments, eioept Janitor. Mr. Jordan lakes lbs plana of Harry Hemphill oa tha lit of April neit. Tbe Clerk'bip Is still la au'penM. Information Wantku. inlormatioti ts wantal of Andrew Irwin, who came to this country about 1700. Ho resided awhile la Phila delphia, aad afterward settled in Cecil county, Maryland. There Is said ts ha aa astata la Ireland fur this branch of the Irwin family. W. J. F 111 Chapel atrcet, Dublin, Ireland, and W. 0. J., 1817 Pranhford Hoad, Philadelphia, advertise thai a handsome reward awaits any one affording ia formation as will enable his hairs to reoorsr his property. - - i a ew A Good Idba. We believe that wheat, rye, eura and oats aaa ba Improved as well as beef, mutton, bogs, etc, by owltere, and wa ara therefore glad to notice that at the recent State Convention of millers at Harrlsbarg, they adopted a propoiitioa that a eon mi t too, com posed of one member from each county in the Slate, be appointed to agitate among millers and farmers movement looking to tbe Improvement of tbo ear let lee or wheel aad the eetebllaauenl of sa equitable value of Iba oereal at tha mills. Tba Eioautire Committee of the Association was Rutborlsed to carry out the above views. What a Woman did w ith a Postal Card. A lady Id Kansas slty, Mo., who saw Id tba Daitg Jomrml, an advertisement of TAs Howar&eMMf, publisned at Minneapolis, Minn., sent her address to the publishers, by a postal card, aad received ta reply their new ptotoral premium list. Ia thret days sha earn id Scri asr's Month If and Harpw't Baxmr, for one year, and a aew eaehmsre dress. Her hasband thinks that was a good Investment, Tk flouktfr Is aa admirable Illustrated monthly, aeat, sensible, and praotle a), and every lady should at least sand for a sample copy, which Is sent free oa applisa Uoa. Address Buckeye Publishing Company, Minneapolis, Mioa. The Clearfield County Agricultural Society mot last Friday tn this borough and elected tbe following officers for 1880, vis t President Launder Denning, of Lawrence township. Vice Presidents M. 8. Spencer, of Pann town ship, and N. Rlshel, af Lawrence township. Treasurer John McGaughey, of Clearfield borough. Secretary At. M. Row, of Clearfield borough. Kieeutlva Committee El tsba M. Davis, af Pann township ; W. P. Tats, of Lawrence town ship ; John Smith, of Bloom township ; Philip Dotts, of Beocarla township, and one other gentle man who has aot yet signified bis aeceptanoe of the posltioa. mm m . Klrction op Bank Omegas. At tha annual meeting of the stockholders of the County National Bank, la Clearfield, on Tuesday, January 15th, the following person were elected as oflesrs for 18HS : President James T. Leonard. Vice President Thomas H. Porcey. , . Caahier W. M.Soaw. Directors James, T. Leonard, T. 11. Foreey, U. L. Ked, A. H. Hhaw.Johu K. Weaver, YYm. Porter, John W. Wright. The officers of tbe First National Bank of Clear field, chosen at tbo election on tha I .Ilk Inst- for 18nfi, ara as follows i ' President J ona. Buy o ton. Viae President A. F. Boynlon. Caehter Wm. II. DHL Directors J on a. Boyntoo, R. Moasop, R. MilchelL James Irwin, Hr Alea. Murray, A. F. Uoyatoa, Wm. II. Dill. Tub Wonderful I We are happy to annoRRsa tbe coming et the aeiebrated Uoium bas Cloak. This wonderful piece) af mechanism has attracted attention of the press aad people throughout tbe entire country. It comes highly recommended. Tba following Is what Kx-Utr-ornor Bisop, of Ohio, says ef U i J. 0. Taitbbr, Golmmbm i Jhmr Mir "I have attended eueef your pop alar recaptions af tha Ureal Columbus Clock, made end Invented by you, and la viewer Us elaborate laish and marvelous worklags, pre Boeaee it tba most eitreoMinary piece of me chanism I have ever wltaaasad. It u aot oaly a matter of pride te tbe Bute af Ohio, bat ta tbe entire Nettoa. i aope tnai your aevotion to Science and Art may find the approoiatioa it ew (oily deserves." This woRderfal olock will te et Molted la tbe store room la the Opera lloasa raeeatly occupied by J. f. Kramer ao a grocery store, oa Thursday, Friday and Saturday ef aeit week. Admission, fifteen and tea cents. mm I c Tut Lumber Trade. Tbo official report, by the Lumberman's Kiehange, af tba stock oa bead at the close of tbo year, shows tbe following f Plna. Hemlock, feet. feet. Willismsport, Jan., I MO.. 1,4M,CM fi,IS,10& Look Haven - 1MH2.432 2U0,we Baltimore. I,M0 ,UftO , Philadelphia................... T.22M7S ....... Total Januarr I. I0.,.l I l.W,3M 7,148,ft!tS Total January 1, IT0...1V,at,l7d ll,a3,tfll Differaoaa.....H S,2Vfi,200 ,2I8,2&V Tbe Williamspert maaufaetarere report tl, 140,08 laths aad- I, SSI, 4 17 pickets ea hand, a slight laeraaae ever last year. A dispatch ta the Philadelphia sTeeara says tba rite la the river brought dew a abeet 1,00s, 00 fttet of lags ta Wllllamsport boom. Oaesaw mill there Is reanlag te eat the stock ef logs ea kaad. Several of tha timber rafts which seme dawa mod their may la Marietta ml petals be low, aad tha novel spectacle ef raftlag la mid wlater waa wltaossod oa tha West Breach of the Besquehenoe. The werk Is aregraesiag favorably ia the woods, aad eiperieaeod jobbers estimate that the stack ef pias lAge aa hi) lha tributaries af the Basque haaaa wltt ruga from tDI,Wt,Soa U o0,000,O00 feet. Aa unusually large awmhav af timber rafts will ba made this Wlater, aad the pries based ea this supply win aot only ba melatalasd, hat pos sibly la si cam d. The eatleok for the Mmbcrtag latereets af 1980 Is hatter than tl bas Seea for sis yeero J,fk VmmfirwHtrrmt. If you want s good pair ot skates ohusp, go to Herder's dun store.. dec. lO-U, We have now on band several thous and first elan envelope, which wa will prist for business men, er anybody also, at prices that can aot be rivalled. Call and sea them. if. - i neaa a en At Iho RgpuBLiCAN office is tbo plut-e to gat your Job wik doaa We ara fully prepared to do anything la tha printing line, will do It wall, and at tha right kind of prises. tf. Another lot of those beautiful Horn tngtsn Sewing Machinal, Juat received at 1 lar der's. Tbate oiaehlQee hva no cog wheels, asms. aar Frlolloa pulleys Corns and examine thsm. 1 I ! deo.10.tr. Baroflma bus become the ackuowl edgod remedy far llvar and hldney complaints. Prepared by K. K. Thompson, Tltasvllle, Pa. and for sale by all druggists la Clearfield, and Joseph Beyler A Ron, Lutbersburg. Jaa-Sl-St fteo a woman on nurscbaok in another column, riding near Spoor's Vineyards, with bunch of Orapes from which B pear's Port Orepe Wine Is made, that Is so highly esteemed by tbe medical prufessfoa for the use of i aval ids, weakly persons and tba aged, gold by K. W. Graham, Druggist, Olearflald, Pa. jly-18-'7fr-lf. A Fact. An ftdvortisemvnt Inserted la the Rki-usmcam will reach mora readers than If pubiishvd In all tha other papers in tha ouun ty,Riti oust Iba adverlisei bus than one-half In other words, an adverilsfnu-at published In our Jcurnal ts nor tit double tba price of that charged by any other publisher ta tbe county, "It t a fact.- tf. Important Motlre to the Public. I take pleasure In certifying that my saw mill, whloh was burned an the 18th of November last, was Insured with KKIlll a 1IIDDLB, State Central Agent of the Aurora Finn Iniuuartb Co., of Cincinnati, aad that they bave promptly settled and paid my loss, and I would recommend toe Aurora and lis A genu as rename parties to insure witb. wilhos n. uoovrr, Jan. 18, 18S(Mt Clearfield, Pa. Removal. Dr. T. J. Boyor has re moved his medical omoe to tba rooms recently occupied by Buck A Graham, In Graham's row fle makes CIIHONIO DISK AS BB a specialty. CHAKOKB VERY LOW. The manttfaeturcrs having lowered prices, he ta prepared to furnish STRICTLY PURR MKDIOINKS at greatly re dueod rates. The afflicted will ba benefited by giving biioaoalL julyS3, '7IMf. i ' i e i i New Daily StaorLine. James L Lcavy baa succeeded In baying a dally mail astab- l.shcd between Clearfield and Penn field, and will herealW rua a dally stage between the two points. Hli contract began with April 1st, end tha stage will leave Hear Tie Id every morning (eioept Sun day) at 8 o'clock, making connections with all trains on tha Low Grade Railroad at Pennfleld, re tnrn'ng after tba last train the same evening. Pafsengcmsnd freight will be carried at low rates. Orders left at any of tbe hotels will be attended to. 18spr7V-tf Farukrs. Look iiini! Lytle will give you highest market prices for Wheat, Oats, Corn, Ilnnkwheat, Butter, Eggs, Onions, Apples, dried fruits, and all kinds of produce. He has the largest and best selected Stock of groceries, teas, coffees, molasses, spices, oil salt, sugar, queensware, tuba, buckets, baskets, churns, etc., in Clesrflfld county. He buys bis goods in large quantities from manufacturers and first bands for ash, and takes the advantage of all discounts, and so he Is enabled to sell at lowest price. He gives eusb priori for produce, and sells his goods at the lowest prices in the county. sept.24.79tf Still Mors Railroad. The follow ing, which we copy from the Punxsutawney Spirit, indicates that somebody means business : ELECTION NOTICI. t i ' ' J , Or rice, or M. A 8. Railroad Cohpirt, Pm khuta wxkt, Jan. Sd, I8H0. ( The stockholders of tbe Mahoning A Basque- henna Railroad Company are hereby notified that an election far President and Directors of said Company will ba held on Friday, Jaduart Ud, INN", I o'clock, r. at., at the omoe ot Jenas Wiaslow, la tha borough of Punxsutawney. r. w.JKAKS. rretidvnr. R. 0. Wins low, Secretary. The charter for this road authorises the stock holders te build a railroad, aommeaelog oa the Allegheny river, at the mouth ot Hikwi- creek, and tbanae up that stream to the Susque hanna river There la ao question but that tbta road will ba built la the near future. It is the oaly bee-line for a western connection from this Motion or the State, and It will penetrate a ooal field equal to that of tbe H shannon, or Sandy Llek Valley. Clearfield Coal Tradr. State- meat of Ooal and other freights sent ever the Tyrone A Clearfield Divialon, Pennsylvania Rail road, for lha week ending Jan. 17, 1S8b, and the same time last year . OOAL. .... ' .. TORS. Fortbeweeh - J-1,a Same time laatyear - 38,602 Iaorcaae M,7eT Previously during year - 8T.SII name time last year....... 17,740 Increase Total la 1880 .M M 100,882 Basis time last year 01,843 Iacreaae...............-.....- 89,020 otrsr raatOBti. Lumber fleers. Miscellaneous freights....... 149 Officers Installed. 1-aHt Thurs day evening, tha officers and members of the Clearfield County Pomona Grange met la Pic's Opera House and tnrtalled their officers for tbe ensuing yoar, as follows t Worthy Master Blithe W. Duvti, of Pena township (Oram plan Hills Postofllee) Overseer Andrew Itenkia. ot narisaus town ship, Bait Lick). Lecturer u. if. asnuaii, oi nioom townsnip, fCarwensvtlle). Assistant Steward -Wm. T. ScbrTver, of Law rence township, (Clearfield). 1 Chaplain Miles Head, of Lawrence township, (Clearfield), Treasurer James Ppeokman, f Lawrence township, (Curweosville). SesreUry Lewis 0. Dloem, of Lawrence town ship, (Corwensvllle). Uatekeeper Robert Byd, af Lawrcnrs town ship, (Olearfield). Ceres Mrs. Catharine Davis, of Penn town ship, (Grampian Hills). Pomona Miss Sarah Jane Owens, of Lawrence township, (Clearfield). Flora Mrs. James F pack man, af Lawrence township, (Oarwenevtlle). Lady Assistant Steward Miss J. Alice Read, of Lawrence township, (Curwonsrlllc). The aeit meeting will be held la the month of April. Anniversary Celebration. The Good Templars of Clearfield propose ta celebrate thslr first anniversary aeat month, oa Thursday and Friday evenings, the 28th and 27 Lb. The programme win be nearly as follows t Oa Thurs day arealng, February 28th, they will hold their regular meeting in the Ledge roam, which will ha secret, aad, after the regular order of business Is dispeased with, refreshments will he served. Af ter tha feast of lee cream, cake, Ac, tba meeting will ha open far short peaches, musts and ameoe meats, after which they will adjourn antU Friday evening. Oa Friday aveatag, February 27 tb, tbe meeting be open to the public, and will be bold ia the Court House or oae of the Gburohes. The place has aot yet beea decided upon, but it will ha aaada known la dae time. Tbe programme will ba nearly as follows i Prayer, music, addresses by speakers from abroad, by ministers, and mem hers and ethers j a hlst ry af the Ledge will be give by eaa or the member. A good time gen erally Is eiaeeted, aad everybody ta ranted to at toad. Death: or Rev. Campbell. Ourcit- laaac ware eoasiderably shook ed lest Wednesday afteraooa to hear af tba death af Bar. B. P. Campbell, af Woodlead, which occurred that day at tbe M. 8. Parsoaage la that village, after aa lllneas af about tea deya, from pneumoaia. Mr. Campbell was a young man, and gave premise af fa tare useful earn and satraordiaary ability 1b the celling that ha was aagaged,havlag gradaated at both a literary and theological ta-: st Halloa of learning. The Pbllipsbnrg Jmmnul apeaks ef htm as fallows i "He Joined the Central Peaatylvaaia Goafereace la lt7fi, aad fay the Circuit system of the M. E Charah, has aot only 1 rendered effieisnt Service ta those among whom his lot has beea oast, bat has ales beea familiar-. laiRf himself with the hast methods af fetara see-, ease la learn Ing the habits, tastes and ways af the ! people la every grade af Use. Ivory variety aad ' phase af hamaa asters controlled by grace, earn as aader the aotles of man la his calling. H Is maa agemeat ef tbe work aad his deportment ta his peeltloe leave aa room la deaht bat that la the ; aaur fat use ha weald, fcr his am sis nay, be ia do maa 4 among the more Important appolatmeate la his Confereaoe. Bat aa aasrrlag Frovideaee has otherwise directed his promctroa." The deceased was about 10 years ef age, aad leaves a Wire (formerly Miss Mat lis Wright, af Q lea Hope) aad erne child a sorrow far their be ranvemoat. His remains ware take to HaT Mooa, Centre coaaty, for I items l. ' ; COURT PROCEEDINGS, . ' SSt'OID WBRK. OoarteaJled aa Monday, Jaaaary 17th, 1880, st 3 o'clock P. M., Judges Maysr, Ogdea' and Holt oa the fieaah. John lentoa and Bury Hemphill wars ap pointed tipstaves, , quabtbb sbrbiors. Tbe ease of the Commonwealth vs. W. A. Rai aey, Indicted for felouons arsoa, having been sob tinned from the first week, was laheR np and tried. Tbe Jury found tbe Defendant guilty. Ths Dsfeadaat was s cBteaeed la pay a floe of of fifty dollars, aad Rndergo aa lmprlsoament la the W cetera Pse Herniary for the period of four yean and three moat ha. cur won plrar. 1 Tbe trial list was taken up and disposed of as folWWS ! t t Levi Goes, Trustee af Jane Peters vs. Wain right A Co, No. 45 January Term, I8bu. Feigned Issue to try the validity af Judgments. Nos, 171 and 377, January Term, l?8, vs. Jonas Peters. Tried. Verdict for lbs Plaintiff. Robin Taylor vs. W. 0. Cardoa. No. 208, January Term, 1880. Assumpsit for labir. Set tled by tbe parties. Tomklni and MaoMonlgal ve Jacob Uirsh. No. 489 January Term, 1879. Appeal from judgment of Justice. Settled as per paper filed Jacob Golnstt vs. 8. C. Patch In, Administrator of Porter Johnson, deceased. No. 140, March Terra, 1873. Assumpsit. Continued for causa. Peter Mo'leorge vs. J. W. Davis. No. 2H7, September Term, 1877. Assumpsit, TrlsJ. Ver dict for Defendant. John B. Dillon and Simon Mc Per lend vs. Steward Cowcn and John Taylor. No. 500, Hep- Umber Term, 1874. Ejectment. Continued for cause. Thomas Mitchell vs. Henry Ringold, J. Dillon ef. of. No. 374, Jaauary Term, 1375. Trespass. A. C. Hopkins aad J. D. Walters added as De fendants, and case settled. Geo. B. Goodlaader vs. Geo. Kramer and Wil liam K. Belt. No. 37, Jcae Term, 1871. Tres pass and cutting Umber. Placed on trial list for third week. Wm. A. Bloom, Kxeoutor of Afaram Bloom, de ceased, vs. A. 0. Tate,)Admiolstrator of Isaac Thompson, deceased. No. lufi, September Term, 1876. Debl Tried. Verdiot for Defendant. J. D. Htcki vs. H. 0. Kellsy. No. HI 1, Jaaa ary Term, 1870. Appeal from Jadgmeni of J oi tbe. To ba marked discontinued, upon pay ment of ousts by Defendant Wm. Albert A Pro. vs. Thomas Psrks. No. 3Sfl, March Tsrm, 1876. Assumpsit. Settled. Andrew Gardner vs. Curtis Reams. No. 80, September Term, 1870. Ejectment, plaintiff suffers a voluntary non suit. David 0. Hensel vs. Daniel Miller. No. 331 September Term, 171. Debt Verdiot for Plata tiff for $100. Jobs C. Aoksrd vs. John Ligbtner, No. 468, September Term, 1878. Dsbt. Leave given Plaintiff to amend his pleadings. Defendant pleads surprise and ease oonliaued at costs of Plaintiff. H. II. BhilltngforJ vs. Robert liars Powell- No. 7&7, September Term, 1870. Trespass. Con tinued on account of the sickness of Plaintiff. John M. Cummtug vs. Q. W. Qallaher, Admin istrator of Hugh Gallahar, defeased. No. 95, January Torm, 1877, Debt. Verdiot for Plain tiff for $300. V. A. A W. D. Irvlo vs. I rish Lloyd. No. 101. January Term, 1877. Assumpsit, Judgment for Plaintiff. ABOt'ttanr list. Jamas P. Uele vs. Tbe Moebanaoi Land and Lumbar Company. No. 823, September Term, 1878. Motion for new trial. January 23d, 1880, It Is ordered that If Defendants add the sum of $140, a set-off Improperly admitted, and have judgment entered as of ths data ef verdiot for $1,840, then reasons for new lilal ara overruled and discharged. ' Executors ef William Irrla vs. Jobs M. Chase, No. 409, January Term, 1874, Role te show causa why Defendant should aot be required to make a Deed to Plaintiff aad pay costs. Role discharged. Joha OoRRery vs. Osceola Park Aaeoolalloa. No. 278, Juaa Term, 1878. Motion for a new trial. Motion overruled end new trial refused. D. J. Hear A Co. TS. Lever Flegal. No. &, March Torm, 1870. Motion for a aew trial. Argued. Thomas Myers vs. Thomas White. No. 474. June Term, 1878. Rule granted to show ease why Judgment should not be opened, As. Rule mm4m ebeleer -.. .t ,t. Thomas Meyers vs. Thomas White. No, 818, Jaauary Term, 1879. Rule granted te show caBse why a credit of $1M0, with Interest from May 9th, 1870, should not be entered. Plalatiff allows credit for $28.30 and rule discharged. Joseph MoCullough vs. D. W. Thompson aad Joha Thompson. No. 327, September Term, 187T. Rule to show aanss why amount of Judg ment should aol bo eorreetcd, Aa. Rale made absolute. Jadgment to he entered for $2,171 .87 Instead ef $2,080. , Margaret Hoover A Coo red Bloom vs. B. L. Falhaer. No. 351, January Term, 1880. Certiorari ea part af Defendaat ta Jaetio Brhard. Bs eoptmni overruled and Judgment of Jnettee affirmed. Robin Taylor vs. W. O. Cardoa. Na. 503, Jaauary Term, 1880, Rule to show eaaas why Jadgmeat should aet be opened nad Ft, Fa. set aside at the cost of Plaintiff. Rule made abso lute. Judgment opened. James Dnnn vs. W. S. Taylor. Na. 83, Jaau ary Term, 1880. Certiorari ve part of Defendant to Justlea Porter, successor of Matt. MeAteer. Judgment of Justice reversed aad set aside at costs of Plaintiff. D. W. Logan vs. R. O. Thompson. Ho. 531 January Term, 1880. Rale to show oaasa wby appeal should aot ha stricken off. Rule made absolute and appeal strlohea off. ROAD BUTrBBS. Petition of eit liens of Bell township for a bridge to ba erected over the Basqnehanaa river, at a place where the public highway from the Ia dlana aad Curweasv ills State read to New Wash ington crosses the river, at or near (be Widow Wetsel's,ln said township, presented. Read aad considered, end D. L. Ferguson, L 0. MeCloskcy and Henry D. Ross appointed viewers. . Petition ta vacate and supply a publla read ia Covington township, commencing at a point at or near David Askey's place, and ending at a point at or Bear Falrmonnt School Uoase, la said town ship, presented. Read and considered, and T. W, Moore, A. B. Shaw and D. W. Moore ap pointed viewers. Pstitlon of eit I tens of Clearfield county, for the appointment of Commissioners lo take charge ef the Huston and Pike township road. Read and considered and Jas. L. Leery, Joseph White head and L. Bird appointed Commissioners. Iu the matter of the use of ths improvement and right of way af Saw Mill run, Burns ide township. Petition presented for assessment of damages to ewwers ef land, Aa. Read and eea sidered, and Laaader Denning, A. B. Shaw aad Moses Bailey appointed viewers. Pstitloa presented for a read te lead from the line of the borough ef Routsdele, at the North era terminus of Good street te the reldenee of Mi chael Leach, oa read from Houtadale to Ooeaa Colliery, la Woodward towaablp. Read aad con sidered, and Theodore Vaadesen, and Doa St. Gee. Frailer appointed viewers. Petltloa of cit liens of Bloom township, for ap pointment of viewers te lay out a road from a polat star Rear H. O, Aaderaea to a point at er near Thames A. Smith's, la said township. Read, and S. F. MeCloskcy, Frank Me Bride and Ellis Keater appointed rlsweri. Petition for a road te load from the weslera termlaas ef Elisabeth street, la the borough ef Heatidale, to the Oat bolls Cemetery, la Wood ward taws skip. Read, aad H. 11. lUrtman, Frank Bolgar and 8. T. Henderson appolated viewers, Report of viewers laying out a pa Mis road from aear Jeese Weaver's, la Bell to a ship, to tatorseat the Pnaxsatowaey rosd aear Solomoa Peas' 1b said township. Refarrsd hack to view era, who are directed to procure releases from all claims for damages done parsons through whose land the eald read Is located aad where releases eaaaat ha precared, to assess tha damages sus tained, If aay, by said owners ef the land. K sport of viewers laying out a public road from a point near Bailie Bowman's, ea the Olea Hepc aad Clearfield road, la Kaos tow ship, to Inter seat the Osceola road at er aear tba residence ef T bees as Hamptaa, ta Woodward to wash ip. Coa firmed absolutely. , Report of viewers laying eat a public road, leading from tha State road from Oarweasv 111 to ladlaaa, eomsseoetag atev Loar Reeky Spring, la Bell towaablp, to ia tersest the pahlta road toad lag from Mahaffey's saw mill to Trout v I lie. Con firmed ebeo lately. , Report af viewers laying eat a peblie road leadiag from Iletiry netlbrwa's by Wm. Clerks, at er aear I point where tbe aid Helper road anaaaets with aama, la Paaa tewaehlp,re a petal aa the Pee iswtavraey road, at at aear wave Row lee aad MrCltasey's Hue creates the same, ta Bell township, and vacating that part ef pah lie read from Deale) Fry's to eld PuueaUwaey read , la said township. Filed aad confirmed Nl. SL Court adjeufuwd aa Tharsday, Jaaaary S3d, natll Monday the 38th Instant. The Xiw Remington Fauii.t Sew- ua MAcniMB for sale at J. B, Harder 'a Una Store, Clearfield, Pa. Oot S9-0m. BLOTCHES, ROUGH SKIM, PIMPLES. Rotmbstbb, N. T., Feb. 15, 1879. Da. M. M. Fbrmrs, Vrodonla, N. V., Dear Sir: A young maa here bad terribly de ceased face for many years. He bad never been able ta get any relief till be bejeaa taking your medio las. He U now on the sixth bottle rf your Illood and Liver Remedy aad Nerrs Tonis, and his face is entirely well. Yours truly, Jaa.31-3c. Maa. L. 0. Smith. Dr. Feasor's Blood aad Liver Remedy aad Nerve Tonis may well be oalled "The conquer ing hero" of Uie times. It la the medical triumph A 'Xt age. Whoever has "the blues" should take It, for It regulates aad restores tha disordered system that gtvss rise to them. It always suras biliousness and Liver Complaint, Jaundioe, Dys pepsia, Constipation, Headsohae, Fever and Ague, Spleea Kolargements,Sjrofula, Erysipelas, Pimples, Blotohes and all akin Eruptions and Blood Disorders! Swelled Limbs and Dropsy ; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves and Nervous De bility ) Restores flesh and strength whoa tbe sys. tern Is running dowa or going Into decline suras Female Weakness and Chronic Rheumatism, and relieves Chronic Bronohitls, and all Lung and Throat difficulties. It does these things by strik ing at tbe root of disease and removing Its causes. Dr. Fanner's Improved Cough Honey will re lieve aay cough In one hour. Try a sample bottle at ten cents. Dr. Fcnner's Gulden Hell of cures any pain, as Tooth-echo, Neuralgia, Colic or Headache in five to thirty minuter, and raadilj relieves Rheuma tism, Kidney Complaint, Diarhaia, etc. Dr. Fanner's L Vitus Dance B pacific. Oae bottle always ouros. For sale by Harts wick A Irvlo, Druggists, Clearfield, Pa. aug-37-tf. Special B. A.J. Jackson, near the Fhew House, has the best assortment of Picture nramea ever brought town. If aot In tbe county, uo and look at them. aov30-2m. If vou have a picture you want pu. in a frame. take It to A. J. Jackson, on Market street, two doors east of the Bhaw House, and he will let yon hare it cheaper than you oan buy them any- wnere else, because no manes tnai uusiness a specialty. nov28-2in. . Waktrd. 500,000 14-feet shaved boons, deliv ered at the railroad, la car loads of 8,0oll, at all oints on the Tyrone a U learn old, P. a Bald laala Vailev. and Pennsylvania Railroads, for which I will pay tbe highest market price. ii. r. ItRAMRR, OctlO, 1878-tf. - Clearfield, Pa. Our U i' rid Phr Crht. Discount aw Old Pricrs. Hewing Machines can now be purchased at Jderrell's tin and variety store, from $85 up wards, aii ainus oi sewing mac nines repaired oa tbe shortest notice. Clearfield, fa., July 18, 1877. Mother QrUr. The pride of a Mother, tbe life end Joy of a home, are bar children, hence her grief when sick- ess enters and takes tbem away lake warning then, that you are running a terrible risk, if they bare a Oougb, croup or vt hooping uougn, wnicn lead to Connatnntina, if you do not attend to It at onoe. SHI LOU'S CONSl Ml'JIUH CI KK is guaranteed to euro tbem. Prloe 10 ets., 50 eta. ai.oo. for lame tsack, aide or cnesu use ShtloiTs Porous Plaster. Prtoe 35 cents. Bold by C. D. Watson, Clearfield, Pa. aepl7-eow. The BfM t Ever Knew iff. J. G. Starker, a prominent and Influential elt- Ibcr of lone City, eays : "I bave bad tbe Dys pepsia, and Liver Complaint for several years, and bave used every remedy I could bear of, Ithout an v relief whatever, until I saw your Kb Hob's Vltaliaer advertised in our paper, and was persuaded to try It. I am happy to state that It bas entirely cured me. It Is certainly tbe best remedy I over knew of." Price 76 vents. For sale bj 0. 0. Watson, Clearfield, Pa. srpl7-8m-eow. SHILOH'S CATARRH RKMRDY. A marvel ous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth, and Headaobe. With each bottle Is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of tbe complaint, without extra charge. Price 50 oents. For sale by O. D. Watson, Clearfield, Pa. , sept 17, I87V-0m eow. B centra For 8 a lb. R. Newton Shew keeps r full supply of FredoRia Baggies and Platform wacona for sale. Jo ao seen at ins bbaw tiouee yard. Call oa or address kloa at Clearfield Penn sylvania. may is-u. Coixacron'a Warrants. We have prepared a form, and have oa band a large quantity, ef blank "Collector's Bales," which have been ap proved by tbe high eat legal authority in the Courts of this county. At Twenty Venu per doaoa we will mall any number to the Collector ordering tbem. A Collector, when oompelletl te advertise property, must post up not less than tnree notices m sue most puuus pi sees ia ms borough or township. tf. Wartbd. Delivered at the Rail Road. 100,000 26-Inch shaved shingles. 100,000 34-lneh sawed shingles. 100,000 foot of pine boards. 600,000 14-feet shaved hoops. 5,000 railroad ties. 60,0U0 feet of good hemlock boards. For whloh I will pay tbe Inchest market price, delivered at Clearfield, or at any point on the Tyrooe A Clearfield Railroad. J. F. Kramrr Clearfield, Pa, Oct 18, 1878.U. aJpst llcecived. Just RocMved by AllNOLD. at CURWENSVILLE: Car Load Kova Scotia riant or! Car Load pure Corn. Rre and Oats Chop 1 Car .Load Deaken bnlt I Car Load of Choice Family Flourl Car Load Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac! ftarShinirles, Bark. R. R. Ties and Grain will be taken In exchange. Curwensvillo, May 1, 1878. CLEARFIELD MASKETS. Clbabviblb, Pa., Jrb. 37, ISM. Flour, per cwt. . $4 00 Buckwheat Finer, per cwt , 8 00 3 00 1 80 1 40 1 00 1 86 3 0b t 50 Gore Meal, per ew(..H.HM..... Chop, rye, perowt Chop, mixed, per cwt. ,.. Bran, par cwt Wheat, per bahel Rye, dot haehel M. Oats, per bushel Cora, ears, par bushel ,, uueawneat, per baenel Potatoee, per bushel , Apples, per bushel Hams, par pound...,.H Hboalder, per pound Lined Beef, per pound Chickens, per pair..n d utter, per pound Kfgs, per dotoa M Salt, i mr sack, lares ... Coal Oil, per gallon Lard, per pound Dried Apples, per pound Dried Peaches, par pound Beano, per buahel..... BlIXOTT MURPHY. Al Id. re,ldu. of Hr. Victor II.uf.nT, on Mond.T. J.nu.rr 1 0tb. IBM, b? Job. IMrard. Hn.. Mr. Viator Billi.lt nd Mrt. AlConal M.rpbr, both of tiirrd towa ablp. Ctaro.ld aoii.tv, . I)KRTHBL-iI4N!"INIl,-AlIla.rtoo.nou.. la, ooanlv, Kin..a, on Monday, January Ivih, lean, o, n... rather laaay, Mr. Kmll untli.l, forat.rl of Fnnrh.ill., Ol..rfi.td .ouotT, P.., t. Mlia Mari. A. Mal.tal, formarlf of Lawlaoaon tj, MUsonrt. KULI.KN-K()nUINj,At tha M. B. Par- loaa. n WW Cl.art.ld, on WadondaT, Da- bOT 14tk. 19711. b. Ha.. W. B. W 11.00. Mr Jam. M.II.Q, of Li.mM towoRhlp, and Mia, Addl. Boblna, .rCI.art.ld boroufb. BOTT-DIXOK.-Atlb. M. I. P.ramar.ln We.t QlMrfl.ld, an Thnrada,. Dawabar Stb, ISrit , b,W.8.Wllao,Mr.U. It. Holt, of Contra. aad Miaa Krldirat UiKin, .f P.nnrtll., bath of t-lawa.it huii fa. MilIRNRY BEAHIONSLR At lh. n.l. d.oo. of Mr. Honjaaib Jurv, oa Wadnatd, Jannr, 7lb, 181.0, bj John Ploard, Baq., Mr. Harri.on Moll.arr aad Mi., Jannia Uo.uii.nour. bath of Sirard lo.aiblp, Clonrlald 000017, Pn. sua. LEWIS. In New MlMport.Clearfield coantv.oR Twaeday, Jaaeary 15th, 1880, Mr. David Lewis, aged ?ft years, it mooihs and 38 dsys. Indiana and Jeftersoa roontr papers please pr-J CAMPBKLL-AI Woodland. Clearfield coun ty, Pa., oa Wednesday afteraooa, January Slit, 1880, of pneumonia, Rev. R. P. Campbell, of tbe Oesntrel Peansylranla M. R. Confers nee, aged about 80 years. CAHR. la Lawrence townshln. on Tuesdav. Jawoary tOtb, 1SP0, Mrs. Catharine Carr, widow af A label Carr, in tbe tilth year of her age. 5rm ktt$tmn$. CAUTION All persons are hereby warned against purchasing or In any way meddling with the following personal pro pert v. now la tha poseeestoa ef AH HAM A. BLOOM, of Pike township, via i One dark bay horse, 3 sets of her aoss, one saddle, 1 plow, harrow. Tbe above aamod property belongs to me and Is left with aula A brum A. nioom en loaaeniy, subject to my order al aay time. WM. T. BLOOM. Curwaaeviiie, re., 'an. jl, le"0 APMINiaTR ATORftt HOTICHe Notloe Is hereby fivca tbat Letters of Ad- miaisiratioa ea iuo estate oi juh.ti r. mil, late af Lumber Oily borough, Clearfield roaaty, Pa.. dscaassJ. having bean dulv ar anted te tbe undersigned, all pereoas ladebtad ta said eetate will please make immediate payment, aad those having claims er demaads again at the same will preooal them properly aathentloated for Settle- ent wltbeat delay. MAHTUA A. HiLR, ORIKR HI LB, A dm la 1st raters. Lumber City, Pa , Jan. 38 It A SHIGNEEtt' NOTICE To Whom It J; May Concern t The undersigned, having been appointed Assignees for the benefit ofcrcdi tore by Jas. B. Graham, of Clearfield borough, all persona, therefore, having claims against biiu will present tnem to us tor sell is mem, anu loose in debted to tha said 'J rah am are required to settle aad make payment to us. EDWARD A. BIOLKR, AHUUKY W. LEE, Clearfield, Pa., Deo. 14, 1879-tf Assignees. A DMIMHTRATOH'RJ NOTICE.-Notice J. la hereby given that Letters of Admin la tratioa on tbe setate of BAM I BL CALDWKLL, late of Pike two.. Clearfield county, Pa., dee d, having been duly granted to the undersigned, all perewus indebted to said eetate will please make immediate payment; aTnti thorn hat-tog claims or demands aaaiast the aama will present them properly authenticated for settlement without delay. JOHN T. UAGERTV, Administrator. Lumber City, Pa., Dee. 34, 1879 fit. ClAUTION.-All persons are hereby warned J against meddling or ta sny way interfer ing with tbe following personal property, now In the possession ofKUnAHD HUIT ossession of ED WARD N UI'P and J0BI All WIDDOWSON, of Brady township, vli i The one-half interest In and to a steam boiler, engine, shingle mill, belting and fixtures thereto belong ing and now In charge of tbe ebove named par. ties. This property has been leased to tbem, and Is allowed to remain in tbe possession of said Nupp sod Widdowson oa loan only, suKjeot lo my order at any lime. p. K. liVllNK. Troutville, January 21, 1880 Jt, ITXEC CTOHH' NOriCE..Votioels here J by given tbat Lotters Teitamentary on ths estate ef RICHARD DANVKK, Sr.. lets of Peon township, Clearfield county. Pa,, deceased, hav ing been dnly granted to the undersigned, ell fiersons Indebted to said estate will please make m mediate payment, aad those having claims or demands against tha same will present them properly authenticated for settlement without delay. R. DANVKK, Jr.. JAS. MiKKOWN, Executors. Grampian Hills, Jan. 7, 1888. flu NOTICE IN DIVOKCB-TotbeCommoB Pleas Court of Clearfield county. C hrlitlon Bear I No. 228 January Term, 1 8S0. earl ir. J Addis Hear. J Subpoena 8ur. Divorce. Tbe undersigned Commissioner, appointed by tbe Court to take testimony in the above stated case, hereby gives notice tbat he will attend to bis duties at tha offioa of Ierael Teat, Esq., In Clearfield, Pa., oa SATURDAY, FKIlKUAKY, 21KT, IMifl, at 10 o'clock A.M., when and where all parties may attend. FRANK G. HARRIS, jan28-4t Commissioner. NOTICE IN OIVOHCC-In tha Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield oountr. Joseph Intsrcwics ) No. 339 Sept. T., 1879. vs. Margaret Interewios. J Bubposna In Divorce, The undersigned Commissioner, appointed by the said Court to taka testimony tn tbe above case, and report the same to tha said Court, will attend to ths duties ef bis appointment at bis office, In Clsarfleld, on FRIDAY, PKIIIU'AKY 1.1 T II, 1380, at 1 o'clock P. M., at which time and place all parties Interested may attend. OSCAR AJITC1IKU,, jan38-8t. Commissioner. DIMHOLCTION Ob? PARTNRHHI1IP.. The partnership existing under the firm name of leavy, Mitchell A Co. was dissolved on tbe 4th day oi JJeeember, A. V- J7V, by mutual con sent, by James Mitchell withdrawing from said firm, and by John Mitohell withdrawing from said firm on the SHU of December, l7V. JAMRS L. LEAVY, DAVID MrOAUOHRY, W. R. McPHERRON, JAMKS MITCHRLL, Dec. 33, 1879. JOHN MITCHELL. Tbo businesa will be carried on hereafter bv tbe remaining partners, James L. Leavy, W. R. Mcrnerson aud iiavtd Mouaugney, under tbe firm name of James L. Leavy A Co. JAMKS L. LRAVRY, W. R. M -PHKR80N, DAVID MctlAUGUKY. Clearfirld, Pa., Jan. 7, 1SB0-4U rpRIAL IJrVr. List of Causes set down for X trial at January Term of Court, commenc ing Monday, January 12th, 1880, aud continu ing tnree wbcrs: Third Wbrk Moanar, Jar. J8tr. Rlins Bmilev vs. DuRois A Fuller Casper Lelpoldt vs. Cbristiaa Tubbs Co Nat Bank of Clear'd vs. A.Humphrey Co Nat Bank of Clear'd vs. William A Wall too Samuel Arnold, As'e. vs. F. B. Bloom T.J. Boyor vs. AUsbcrllngetal Ei'rs John P. Irvlo vs. James A. Bloom Jo bn Moore vs. William Luther et al Bridget Baker vs. Allegheny V. R R Co Mattern A Miller vs. Jacob S. ti ear hart James Pert use of vs. Jacob Rlneiett et, al. Jonathan Baynton vs. Thomas Parks et. at. nieboias vandevenusr vs. John Jamison Moore A Marpbey vs. James Flyan Isaao Lines -, . va. Oeo. 0. Kirk, Ad'r ItbtMM al TI)m o. Kjlmt R. B. Rose va, J. T. Rnrd Robert Browa 1 vs. Adam Moycr et. aL Samuel Uenoa vs. C. H. Hensal TbomasWaisoa A Wlfavs. P. A L. M. Coudriet KLI BLOOM, Prothonotary. Tl'FY I.IT. List of the names of jurors wj drawa for January Term, A. u. I8s0,oom mencing or the 3d Monday (13th), aad to con tinue tnree wschs : travrrsi jurorsSo wrrk,38th rat. W J Kime, Burscide bor Morris Dun lap, Graham J F Irwin. Clearfield. I' B Mons. " J R Jenkins, Car'sville,! W Mel'mckenareenw'd nion d Jays, noutsaaic, (Jbas iborp, " W A MoUonlgle, ' Jno Rsiter, Karihaus, M Cowan, Itecearia, L McOraekon, Knox, Heaekiab Place, Bloom, Tbos Witberow jr. Knox. James James, Boggs, : A J Gullcb, Lawrence, Daniel Tramp, Uradford Jacob Creels, " Jacob Willlama, " IJoo B Lytle, W B Taylor, " J ere Hoover, Morris, Otto 0 Buck, " Zae Fullmer, " J L Weaver, Brady, Ab Pearoa, John Potter, " iM G Bloom, Peon, QS Reams, " .Wm Dale, Pike. John Carlisle, 'D B Bru baker, Union, F M Hockenbery Bu'iide Wm Shields, Woodward A Mo Crack co, Ferguson W B rib off, Triennial Assessment! APPEALS FOR 1880. N0TICK Is hereby gWen tbat tlie ComroUrion ere af Clearfield oounty will meet the tas-j par ere at tbe following named place, for the urpese oi seating ana ueiermining peeip on me I rtennial A Men merit for 1HH0. Tbe time fori hearlca appeals will be between the boure of 9 o'cloeh A. af. and 4 o'clock P. M. of each day. j I be appeal will be aeia lor j Curwrarille borough, al the election bouic, on Friday, February fltb. rike tewncbtp, at ue eieoiion souse tn unr- wennTille, on (Saturday, February 7th. Hoenen towncnin. at tna election nouae, Oa Monday, February 9tb. i Qlrard. at ConrrSM Hill icbool bouie, oa Tuee- day, February lutb. arthaas, at tbe house of Joiepb R unlay, oa Wwlnecday, February 1 1 th. Cetingtoa townibtp, at the public none or John Muleon.oa Thursday, February 13th. (lraham township, at the sleet ioe bonce, on Friday, February Uth. Hr ad ford towntbip.at the houee ef Jaoob I'caroe, on Saturday, February Uth. Boars lownahlp. al the house of Edward Al- bert, on Monday, February Iflih. WallaMton borousb, at tba hotel in satd bor ough, on Tueeday, February 17th. Morris town hip, at the house of Mrs. Kleen howcr, tn Kylertnwn.ea Wednesday, Feb. IHth. Decatur townibin, at tbe aouie oi Hicnara Ilnghec, on Thursday, February 19th Usoeola borons h, et Hoyl's hoUl tn said bor ough, oa Friday, February Zvth. Hoatidale berouab, et tbe nt dona bold in said borough, on Saturday, February 21 at. Woodward townibtp, at the bonee el X bom as Henderana, on Monday, February Slid. 1 Uulloh township, at ths botol in Janes rllle, on Tueeday, February 14tb. Ueeoarf tewnsbtp, at tbe notei or rranR uotts In Olen Uope, on Wednefday, February 1Mb. Jordan township, nt tbe hotel tn Aneonrtlle, n Thursday, February lth. Knot towntbip, at mrsey inn annooi nouae, oa Friday, February 17th, Ferguson townsbtp, at me reeinence oi joiepa Moore, on Saturday, February IHth. Lumber Citr boron ah, nt tbo houee of Israel Quppy, on Monday, March IsL Tfewbura borons rt, al tbe noueeoi lease stsraie in said borough, on Tuesday, March 3d, Cbest townhin, at noraoauans ccnooi Bouse, on Wednesday, March 3d. Hew Washington borougn, ailtie aoueeoi u . w. Rose In said boroogb, on Thursday, Mcreh 4tb. Burn side townbip,et 1 onng i scbooi house, on Friday, March otb. Burnslde boronab, at the bouse of Foster De vi in said borough, on Saturday, March 6th. Hell township, at Ibe bourn ot Hobert flis- balTey, oa Monday, Mureh Ith. Orecnwood township, at tbenotei oi ueorge u. McCraeken In Hellelllc, on Tuesday, March Vth. Penn tfiwnsbtp.at M M. Flynn's hotel in rean flle, on Wednesday, Mareb 10th. ' Bloom township, at the election house, on Thursday, March llth. Brad? township, nt William Sehwem's hotel In Lntbersbnrg, en Fitday, March 13th. Handy township, at Iba election noese in DuBofs, on Saturday, March llth. 1alea township, at the e lee t loo hones ta Rook ton. oa Moadar. March lath. II a to township, at the pu bile h outs of Jamas Beofleld In Pen to id, en Tuesday, Hareb lfltb. Clearfield bo roues, at tbe Commissioners' Or Ire In said beroagb, oa Wednesday, March 84th. Lswrenoe township, et tba commissioners Vi nes in Clearfield, on lbursday, March Jilh. Notice Is also hereby glren te the ARflKSftORS ef (he sereral boroughs end townships, that they be promt with the Board of Commissioners an the day of Appeal, tn their respeetWe districts, as well aa all persons whe me teal themselves aggrieved.. A rancrei Anneal will he held at the Com mis- el oners' Odea, la Clearfield, en the 83d, tth and 5th dae af March nest, after weea ao appeal will be heard. The Assessors are re- u uired ta tire each t stable a written er printed notice of tbe kind end amoaat of property he ar aba ts assessed, at least Ira days before tbe day ef Appeal. cunriAU w. m i.r.n, KI.AH JOHNHTON, JOHN KOHHIK, At'esl i Com miss loners. Jon W. Uowfl, Clsfh, CewMissteness Ornm, CLrasnsin, Va., Jsn. it, 1s. e. s7henderson, u.e dIS; "?lrj??-i-- V 4v. . i , i " . . '' jj UNDERTAKER BURN6IDK, PBNN'A. rpiIB subscriber aow offers to the oltisaaa of X liumside and vicinity, an unprovided stieolalty. Hereaftor all kinds of Casksts and Coffins will be kept oa hand, and orders filled at once. Mineral t ittentted Anywhere, I will furnish the fiaest aa well as ths shsapest articles dedicated to funerals- All orders left at tha store of Jour 0. Cokkbb will receive prompt attention. For fnrther particulars, call on or address B. B. HENDERSON. Dee. 10, 1879.IX REMOVAL ! James I. Leavy, Havltia purchased the entire stock of Fred. Sacketl, hereby gives notice that be has moved Into the room latelv ooeuDird bv Reed A Hairertv. on Second street, where he is prepared ta oiler to ioe puuno PAHL0R STOVES, of the latest Improved patterns, at low prices. HOUSE FUBNISHING GOODS, Gas Fixtures and Tinware, Roofing, Spouting, Plumbing, Oas Fitting, and nepatriug ramps a specially. AH -work warranted. Anvthtnr: tn nr line will be ordered rneelal If desired. JAS. L. LKAVY, Proprietor, i FRKD. 8ACKETT, i Agent. Clearfivd, Pa., January 1, 1879-tf. Interesting to Buyers ! H.A.Kratzer HAS A LAROK ASSORTMKKT OF Cloths, Cassimeres, AND ALL KINDS OF Winter Dry Goods, Which be will sell cheap for eab. Hand o tut Carpets and Oil Cloths, ' fliwl? 0 aa 4 flfllmRM In Block and Mad. to Ord.r. RICHARDSON'S CRLEIIRATKD Elmira Boots and Shoes. Ba; do oth.ra ; thay at. th. Wk FRKNPH AND AMERICAN CALF BKINS, KIP AND SULK LIATIIKR, AT , RKA80NABLK RATES. RBMKMBKR TUB PLACEi H. A. KRATZER, 1 door, Waal of Poitofflca, CLEARFIELD, PA. oM, 'J-tt BOOTS & SHOES, HATS and CAPS, Cheaper than ever at the store of G. a & T.W.MOORE, ROOM NO. I, Pir "H OPERA IIOIIMB, Wo have Just rocofvod the Inrgeal and beat selocted stock of BOOTS & SHOES. Hats, caps, AND That lias ever como to town. Also, all the new novelties in NECKWEAR. 80I.K AOKNTS FOR PERKINS' Drivinir Boots and Shoes. Rubber Boots & Shoes. (live us a call and see if we don't sell cheaper than anybody else, oro. C. MOOHE. TOM Vr.MIMtHli. CI.art.IJ, Pa, trft. tl, H7.. HOFFER'S C hea p Qa sh S tore. ROOM NO. TIIRKR, OPI!R HOIIHB, Clearfield, Pa., WH01.EBALR A RRTAIL DKAT.ER IN D11Y GOODS, Comprising Dress floodi of the very latest styles, consisting in part at uashmcree, Man roaster Fancies, A I pare, and all manner of - Fancy Dress Goods, Such as Cretans, Mohair Lustsrs, Plaids, Dress Uingbams, Dross Fancies of tha very latest styles, end as cheap as they can be sold ta this market. NOTIONS, Consisting of Glares for flW, Lad lee and Misaee. Hoeo of all shades, ntlk Fringes, Laeea, Fancy Dress Buttons, Ladles' Ties of all shades and styles, Cuffs ee)d Collars, Ribbeos of all hinds and qualities. Merino Underwear, Trimmings, sts. BOOTS AND SHOE8, GROCERIES, Queensware, Hardware, Tinware, Carpets, Oil Clotha, WALL PAPER, LEATHEB, FISH, to., Wtakk UI b. nld wk.laul. ar rUU. Will lak. Country Produce In Birhaiif e hr Vo4a at Market Prtraa, wm. i. norriR. I'lrarlrM, Pa., jt. , land tf. 5)llsttaiu,ou. PJJLILADELPUIA. F. T. HOWELL & CO., I.VFORTKRS DEALERS IJT 1216 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia, Oct. II, IS79.Sn. T. A. FLECK. NEW, 'NEW, NEW. Fall and Winter Stylos, AT THE ONE PRICE DRY GOODS STORE OF T . A. FLECK & CO., 1 Cl-jiAHMjii-lJ, FA, Rlnr-k nnil Coloreil Cnalimnip", Brocmle J)ri d'ood.i, l'lnin ftrrn (innilx, New MiawlH, lnuiuii Coat", lied r Iniinels.dniy r IrinnriH, I' la id r lannela, Navy liluo Plnnncls, Waterproofs and Ladiou' Clotha, all culora, Caaiiimoroa, Men's and Boys' Wear, Dreta Ginghams, Calicoes and Munlins. Our stook was nover bolter. Onr Ladies' Skirts are beautiful. Millinery Goods, A. complete Mtock nt our uNiial Bargain). b&s&9 mm Plurnos, Flowers, Winj;s, Oatrich Tips, all kinds of Fancy Wins and Birds, Now Brocade Velvots and Silks, Sutina, Black and Colored Silks, Black and Colored Silk Velvet, Kid Gloves, Lislo Gloves, Silk Fringe, Buttons, Laces, Corsots, Kmbroidcries, Edgingi, Insertings, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Linen ITandkerebiefs, Ladies' Ties, Ribbons, Germantown Yarns, Zopliyra and Fancy Yarns, Ladies,' Gent's and Children's Underwear, Ladies,' Gent's and Children's ITose. We don't intend to have any store in Clearfield oounty beat ns in anything style, prices, quantity, . quality, or dolling. Give ns a call and seo for yourself. on ciotiiH, pad T3T7rTQ Ottoman, UArVrijlO, T. A. FLECK & CO. Graham's Building, - Market St., JAMES L. '' TJ JSf X 3E! IF. "X" jh. XXI 3E3 3FL 9 MARKET STREET, ( I.EARPIELD, PENN'A. All kinds of Caskets and Colli na kept on band, and furnished to order on short notice, including tbo finest as well as the cheapest that can be manu factured. Our ooxut-ara Is the best In nse, and will be furnished when required. Funerals attended in any part of the county. Call at my cfTleo, on Second street, or leave your orders at Troulman'a Furniture Store, adjoining the Fosloffice. oct 1,79-ly.' $tx gkflwtistmfnfs. T)EES VOU aui.B.ThlrU.n hi... of i) Ilallaa Brn vbloh I will mU h.p for aaah, or axebaoa. for whMt. For fnrtbar In formatioa Mil oa or addraa, tb. andr,ljrDd, J. t. KHAMKK, Not i.TH-tf. ClMrSald, Pa. ARNOLD HAS ADVANCED Prices of Shingles, SHAVED AND SAWED. OanvaoaTlll., Jaa. 8, TS-tf. I.1AHM LANIHI POR SALE. Ia llaaloa aad PiD.toaibipa,Cl.arSfldooanty. hMaonabl. tlm. al..n for part of purehaw mon.T. PrloM $.0 to H.M par aera. lliaara'a r,Mr..d. L. BIRD, Agoat, r.na.ld, Pa. or W.Li..ca A Kasaa, Eapt 10, 1Sra.tr. CLarlald, Pa, The White Sewing MacHine Can ba bought at lowest prices from AI.KX. PATTKRSON, Woodland, Pa. It Is equal, if not superior ta any first-claes Bowleg Machine In the market Circulars sent on application. Woodland, Fa., Oct. Sit, I til ft m- fAUTIOM. All pereons aia hereby warned J not te nurcbaes or hare anything: ta do with a certain note giren to George Urabm, of Brad ford township, calling forlor forty dollars twen ty dollars payable first ef June, 1 8g0, and balance due first of June. UbI. As I hare received no (Value therefore. I will not pay the same an I ass compelled to do so by law. j. sf. MVEKUUyD. Lu t Boa, Pa, Jan. U, '-" F OR SALE.- The nnderclrned will salt at nrlrate sale all that tract or parcel of land situate n Decatar township, Clearfield oounty, Pa., withtn a short distanoe of tbe Tyrone dt ClearncH R. R., and adjoining lands of Hobert Hudson and otners, and known aa Ue Jaoob B. Uearbart 101. ine said treat oonulning 6V acres more or less, with two reins of valuable ooal thereon, has about 10 acres cleared, and Is the her to a large body of ooal about being developed. Will be sold lew and upon easy terms. For particulars, apply to vaviu a. nana. Clearfield. Pa., July IS, 187s. BLACKSMITHING. Horse-Shoeing A Specialty. The nndersiaaed, being thankful for past fevers, would respectfully la form tba eltisena ef Clear Bald and vicinity that he hae parehased tbe shop in Clearfield borough recently occupied by Amos Kennard, situated on locust street, in the rear of (lee. Weaver A Oe.'S store, where by strict and close attention to business, be hopes te receive a large share of public patronage. .O" Prices reasonable and all work guaranteed. Clearfield, Pa., Oet 14, 1H7V Im. TIMBER FOR SALE. The undertlgned offers for sale all the pine, oak, rioplar and bemlook timber an sis acres oi iaao n Clearfield oounty. Parties coasultlug the map or atlas of the county, will And it In Brady township, adjoining tba Hell towastata ev line, and known as tract No. 1454. Thl.eWa limber will ba held epea frr sale until tbs--W 1st ef December neit. For further particulars apply to ar address, uiiu. p. uvuiMiAnunn. October U, 1879 U. Clearfield, Pa. HOMESTEAD FOR SALE -IH T1IK i! rpHAT w.ll b.owa .report? ritual, oa lb. baak X f tb. Baaoaabaana rivar, ra tbo boraaab of C.rwB0vilia, OloarS.U ooantr, Pa., ooooptad by Iba law BKNJAM1N UAKTHUUHN, dao'd, Ii aow oaorq tor aai. it aoataiaa aboat Thirteen Acres. Cpoa wblab la otmU4 a tna Iwo-atorj fraaao DWELLING HOUSE, TADLI, aad Iba aoHoaan Ml balldla, aad alao a H.OWINfl f-OI M AIN.f p.r. BPRINO WATER. Tbla ta a v.r. d.,lrabi. proporty for a pH..u ml dmoa. TbopropartylaaowoSoivdaiPaiVATl BALK, n tMaoaahla Wraia. tn tartbw ia. braialioa la nlatloa la It, Mil aA tba praraiaoa, ar apply ia iaaaaa.nisM ia praoa or by Mtw. , 111 KXIIIALW. SMITH. Atloraoj lor tb, ll.tra. viwriuia, ra sk M, H7t If. DtlsrtllanteBS. A. M. HILLS. J lillgH, Etc. Clearfield, Pa. Baft I, 'J.j LEAVY, JAS. Ji. IjKAVI, Clesrflcld, Pa. I M.L Im mnmw I... ) oolflt fro.. AdilroaaII.Itall.tC.aPMT. Honiand, Ualaa. dl7,t-ir. e-TO a wak. lit a day at bona taaily aiada. V " Co.IlT oatSt frM. Addraaa Tro. o.., dMir.'rs-i,. Augaata, Malo. JSto 59f. V.y " Samalfra wortb tv -- sa lr. Addraaa Stloaoa A C, Portlaod, Maio.. f OOO RURHELAW Owrj. Wr.Y.r t Co. J, want Ira tbocand baabala o( OAT8, a., and will pay oaah or produM. CtearS.ld, Pa, Aa. II, I87 lf. ARNOLD WANTS 5,000 Rail Road Ties. Carw.o.Tlll., Pa. Jaa. I, TS-tf. g U McGEK, tTTORAEr-4T-t,AH', DuBois, Clearfield Oounty, Fenn'a. ap'Will attaod proaiptlj to all l.sal bailaMI eatraaiB4 to hla aap. IjaaSI,'. $400 for$250 1 THE aadaraltnl will aall a Lot wllk a aaw Htabl. aod elbar oalbaildiaira tbarooaorart for U:H wortb 0. SlioaU lo Kail ClMrti.ld. O. 1IK1I.DRUN, Variety Stora, CI.arS.ll, Pa. Jaaaary II, lSM.tr. CLEARPIEI.D COUNTY BANKTba banklDf Ann kaowa aa tba laarfiald Coaaty Bank ba. uaoa dlaiolrod by aiataal oooMat, aad tba bank la to to lato f radual llo,aldatioa. Wo ara roapooiiblo for lb. d.bU, aad wlU pay taaoi. Th. aaaau will b aadar Matrol of Joba W. Wrlsioy oiolaalTaly, al Iba baakiag boaaa, aad aad will bioollooted by him. JAMKS T. LKONARD, JAMKS B. ORAIIAM, WILLIAM PORT II K. WILLIAM A. WALLACE, , QKORUK L. EKKD. Cloarlrld, Pa, Dm., 1M If. If jou want to see the finest Stock of Ready-Made Clothing IN CLEAR l'IKM, (JO Tit GUraZBURG'S. If yon want to Buy the best Fitting Clothing ; If yon want the most Beliably Made ntimnuuunnmmmtmtiu MuniUmmtMMtutmnmtt tt If you want to bny at the lowest Oaah jVnces, go to 17.111 ItU'N. If vou want to see the best assortment of 'ii' If you want to tee a nice selection of Gents' Furnishing Goods ; If yon want to bny a FINE HAT or aQOOD UMBRELLA, or a TRUNK or VALISE, If yon want to get the worth of your Money, dont fail to g to WESTERN HOTELCORllER.CIaarSala.Fw. Del, II, l7 . nnwn U III'