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PoniiHylvnnlaltallroml TYBONK ft CLEARFIELD BRANCII ON ul after Blonder, NOV. 10, 18TS, Ike laaiene;er Traiaa will ruo daily (eiopt Baa deya) betweea Tvroaeaad Clearfield, aa follow! , CLEARFIELD HAIL. LEAVloUTH. "leXvTnORTh7 CarwaoBTilla, Rlverview J.JO, . II Tyroae,.-..... enieoyoe,.., fiatainlt Pow.lloa, Oeeeola, BojBton , .C9,i. ,..8.30, " ..1.40, " OlearBeld... Leonard,.. Barrett . 0.60, ' .10.00, .lt.II," .I8.IT, ' .1.40, 4.84, Woodland, ...e.81, " HiKlr.. 4 08, Btelner'e, Paillpibsrf,. tiraaam .10.93, .10.14," 10.J8, '" 10.S7. vYallaceton,.., 4.1T, Blu llall,.... Mraham, Philipaburf, Btelo.r' Boyntoa . Oieeola, ...4.13, -...4.1, ,...4.311, ...4.40, " Blue llall,... WallaoetoB,. Bigler Wooalaad,.. Barrett,..-.. Leonetd,,... .10.44, " .10.61, .10.60, .11.07," .11.11, " .11.10, " .11.16. ..4.SJ, " Powelloa,. ...i 5.0S, " Stimmit,.... Vaoecoroo,. TjroBe ...1.16, " Clearfield...... Rirerview...... Corweoeville, 4.85, " .00, " ..ll.eOi.B CLEARFIELD EXPRESS. LEAVE SOUTH. LEAVE NORTH. Curweneville.. Hlvervtew...M Clearfield.. Laoaard, llerrett,......., Woodlaad,.... Bigler YValleoetoa,... Blue Rail, Graham Pbil.piliurj.- Steiu.r'a, Boyntoa, Oioaola, Poweltoo Hemait, Vaoaoojoe(MW Tjrona, - 4.88 i 4. 4.4T 6.61 I.M 0.01 e o8 e.i6 0.2! 6.26 (.10 0.33 0.37 0.43 0.63 7.06 r.as 1.46 TyroBe..., T.JO r. Vanaeoyoe,,. ...T.4J " HDBlBlt,.... Powelton,.. ...1.06 " ....ir Oeeeola......... ...8J8 ...8.34 " UoyatoB,.... Steiner'e. ....0 " Fhillpibarf. Qrahatn I...8.4I " ,.8.47 ,.8.66 Blue Ball,.... WallaoatoBi Bin lor, Woodland,.. ....0J " ,..0.10 " ...0.17 " Barrett, Laonard,.... ...O.Ji ,..8.30 Claartald Htverview,... .0.38 .0.48 " Corwanavilla 10.00 PlIILIPSBURQ M08HANNON BRANCHES L.BAVB BOUTB. r. at. A. . A. a. l:O0 LBiTB BOBTI. BTATIOirt . A. M. F. H. P. H Morriadale, 1340 Philipaburt;, 13:36 4:30 Bteiner'l 13:33 4:34 Bojrnlon, 12:14 4:10 Oiooola, 0:10 12:04 4:01 Moehannoa, 8:66 11:61 1:67 Starling, 8:60 11:46 8:60 lloutij.l., 8:46 11:40 1:46 MeCealey, 8:10 11:56 1:46 Kendrick'e, 8:36 11:30 8:30 Harney. 8:311 11:35 1:80 1:15 1:10 1:34 7:00 1:03 1:09 ISO 10:30 1:18 1:44 10:36 Ml 1:47 10:48 1:80 1:51 10:48 1:45 1:67 10:63 7:56 3:07 10:58 8:01 8:11 11:03 8:00 BALD EAGLE VALLEY BRANCH. El. Mall, r. A. it. Mail. Eip. A. a. 7.66 7.43 7.05 8.43 e.38 8.23 8.00 6.26 7.08 8.30 leave Tyrone arrlra 8.10 1.33 8.47 Bald Kalle 6.68 6.10 4.46 4.35 4.16 4.01 laara 8.36 8.01 0.80 e 8.34 1.66 8.33 10.08 8.46 10.16 Julian Milaabnrg Rellofonta Milaiburg 0.08 10.40 ltowara 143 1.18 arrlra L. Haven TYRONE STATION, BiBTWABD. A-M. PaeiOa Eiprenl 8:14 waarwARD. .A. x Pittsburgh Eip'ai, 1.53 l'aoiuo Kxprell, 6:18 , P.B. Way Pauengor, 1:16 Mail Train, 8:34 Fait Line, 7:08 Jobnatowo Kxpreii 8:51 P. Day Eiprau 11:51 Mall Train, . 8:37 AUantifl Expraaa, ' 8:51 Phil.. Eipraaa, 0:3.1 Oloaa aonnaotiona made by all tratni at Tyrone and Look Haran. 8. 8. BLAIR. myl7-tf. Superintendent. ' STAUE LINES. A llaReleavei CurwenBTilJedaily for Reynotila Tille, at 1 o'elook, p.m., arriving at Reynoldsrilla at 6 o'clock, p. m. Returning, leevoe Heynolda vtlle daily, at 7 o'olook, a. m., arriving at Cur weniville at 12 o'olook, . Fare, eaoh way, f2. A etaga learea Cnrwenevllle dally, at 1 o'clock, . m., for DuBoia City, arriring at DuBoia City at 8 o'olook, p. m. Returning, learea DuBoia at 7 o'olook, a.m., daily, arriving at Corwenirllle at lle'oleck, m. Fare, eaoh way, 11.60. Allegheny Valley Railroad. LOW GRADE DIVISION. V! and alter MondaT. Auaruat 4th. 1870. J the pailenger traina will rua daily (except Sunday) betweea Red Bank and Driftwood, aa follOWl I ... EAHTtv ARI). Day Mall leavea Plttahurg 155 a.m.; Red Bank 11:16; Sligo Janetion 11:33; New Bethlehem 1135 p. m.; Mayivillo 12:50 ; Troy 1:11 1 Brookvllle 1:36 Foller'l 1:08 Rey. Boldavllla 2:12; DuBoli2:6U Summit Tunnel Sil6 1 Penteld 1:41 ; Weedvllle 4:06; Beneiette 431 1 arrive! at Driftwood at 6:10. W WTW A HI) Day Mall leavea Driftwood 13:20 p. m. BeneaatU 1:06 1 Weedvllle 1:80; Penfiold 1:4; Summit Tunnel 3:10; DuBoia 1:36; Reynoldiville 1:51 ; Fuller'! 8: 10; Broskvilla 8:33 ; Troy 1:64; Meyavllle 4:14; New Bethlehem 4:30 ; Sligo Junction 6:13; Red Bank 6:80; arrival at Pilleburg at 8:00 p. aa. The Reynoldrvllle Aoeommodatioa leave! Reynoldaville deity at 7i66 a. m.; and arrival at Red Bank at 10:60 a. m., PitUburgh at 1:30 p. Dj. Leavel PitUburgh at 1:18 p. m.; Red Bank at 6:66 p. m.f arriring at Reynoldiville at 0:06 p. m. Cloie oonneetloBi made with traiaa oa P. A I Railroad at Driftwood, and with train! on the Allegheny Valley Railroad at Red Bank. DAVID Mi'CAKOO, Goa l Sop'U A. A.' jAOBaow, Sup't L. G. Dir. FARE FKOH CLEARFIELD, TO Bellofonte, Pa $1 061 Middletowa $5 00 Look Haven 1 70 Marietta. 6 66 WilliamnortH 8 80 Laneaater ,M 6 80 Huntingdon ........ 1 80 PHILADELPHIA 100 Lewlatowa. I 90 Altoona..M 186 Maryivllla..., 4 60 Johnitown.. 186 Cuwenavllle 10 Phlllpaburg 61 Oioaola 65 Tyrone 1 12 HARK1SUURG ... 416IPITTSBURG...... lit gllsrtUantous. ARNOLD WANTS Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs. Curwenirllle, Jan. 9, 11-tt jVew Marble Yard, T0MBST0NZSjM0NUlIENTS, foil for Ccmtttry lots. A NEW MARHLB YARD Call at J. FLA UARTV'S Marble Work!. Cboloa work and low prieee. Directly opposite the Lutberaa Oburoh, Third etreot. ClearOeld, Pa., March 17, 1879-lf CENTRAL State Normal School. (Kighth Normal School District.) Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa. A. X. HA UB, A. M.t Principal Thil School u t prtteiltoonntUiitPOj, offeinth vwy bMt beilitUi for ProfNiioial tuid Cluta! - Imrii. BaH(lioK pteloni, Inviting ant eontmodioni t twnpUUlv hnatod by tttmm, well ventiUud, ind fttrnlrhod with boootlful upplj f part wtter, fft fprlr-f water. Loeation betvlthfnl aad muj otw&n. L Sarroaadlpg ttMntvrr ooturpMti. TtMban iptjritnotd, tfficla&t, tMil allrs to fbtr work. liieipllo, flm but kind, uniform ud thorough. BtpraMt Modormt. t(y mbU ft WMh dodaotloB to thotprprln to tMWih. HtwdonU ivdmitud id tin. OaWMtof itudv prMoribd by th Sttt I. UoUi Hobnol. II. Propantorj. 111. Kltmta Ury. IV.Bo.aat.no. ADJtracT mtjIiri ; I. Afladoralo. IL. Comiaorotsl. Ill, Maila. IV. Art. Tht KlomenUrr ud Set tilt ooarM r Pro fowionftl, and itadoau Kradnatlng tbortia raotlTt Statu Diplomas, oonfrrring tbo following oorroa poadlDgdgrM! Mactarof tht loaoM. Urad uatM la tht other eonrtM rwtir Norma! OtrtlB oatM of thtlr attaiomtnU. tiftatd by tht Faoalty. Tht ProftM.Bal toarata art libtral, and art la thoroaghataa aot lofarior to thott of oar boat aollfgo. Tbt Httt nqalraa a hlghar ordtr tf Itltta- ah.p. Tht tlaaoa dttnaad it. It it tat of tba RriiMobjteU of thla aebool tt btlp toaanrt it by imib.D lmtallif not aad tbVitnO ttathtra for bar aaliat.il. To ib tad It aolicita yoang par ana. of nood abHillaa and Rood purpoaat thott wbt daiira to inprort thair tima and thalr tal tata, aa atudaaU. To all noh tt promiaaa aid ta dvTtloplng tbttrpowtra aad aboodaat opporta aitlaa for wall paid labor altar Itavlag tebooL Far catalogiit and ttrau addrtoa tha Priaeipal. BOARD Of TKC8TEES) TtCMtbOlM' f ROtTiai. J. II. Bartoa, II. D, A. H. Boat, Joh Brewa, n. M. Biekford, iaaiatl Cbriat. A. N. Raob, R 0. Oook, T. C. Hlpptt, Kaq.. K P. McConalck. Kaq W. W. HuikiD, JU11N A. BUBB. TAta ravaraaa. 11 ta. A. O. Oartln, Hon. II. L. Dltfaabaeb, Ota. Jaata Mtrrill, Una. Waa. Blglttv i. 0. 9. Whalaj, 8. Millar McConnleh, Kaq. WILLIAM BIO II P., Praatdtiat Board or Traatttt. M - , T JibiShlMIRRIU VittPraaidtat 0. MILLAR VeOORMIOK, BmUry. THOMAfl VAHDLBlf, Irtataw. Urk Haraa, Pat..(T lyH, THE M AN !M 0 US E . Comer of Beeond and MarketHtreeti. CIXAUKIliLU, PA. TrJI9eld aad eomaodloae Hotel hae. darinf the peal year, been ealarf.d ta double ita (oraer eapaeity for the tBtertalnmenl of atraa- Kara ana tueau. me wnote auiiaina aaa neea refarniahed, aad the proprietor will ipare ae palna .la render hti gaeata aoaifortabla while ataxia's, with him. VTbe 'HaBalOB uoaie" uaaBinae rana w and froa the Depot oa the arrival aad deperlaro af eaoh arala. w. v. Hi"'"''. July H-17-lf Proprleloi LLEGnENY HOTEL. Marhet Street, Clearfield, Pa. ta. 8. Bradley, foraorly proprietor of tha Laonard Hoaae, havlnf leajod tha Allefheny Uoul, aollelta a ahare of publU patron.ga, The lloaae hae beaa taorougniy repairow ana aewiy funlibad. anil auaaU will Ind II a pleaaanl Hop- pine, plaoe. The table will be aupplied with the beet of everything In the aarket. At tba bar will he found the heat winei and liquora. Hood Itablinf atlaehed. WM. 8. BRAULKY, May 17, '78. Proprietor. SHAW HOUSE, (Ooi. of Market A Front Itreeta.) CLBARF1ELD, PA. The aaderalfned having taken ebarga of thli UoUl, would roipootlully aoilritpuone patronoge. febJ8,'78. R. KKWION BHAW. rJiEMPKJUNCE HOUSE, NEW WASHINGTON, PA. H. D. ROBH, . . PaoraiBToa. Maali, loo. Man and horae orer aight, $1 09. Men and two horaea over night, $1.69. The beat of aoeommodaUoni fur Ban and aoaat. Oct. ll,'7S.tf. WASHINGTON HOUSE, NEW WASHINGTON, PA Thil new and well furulibed heme haa beea takaa by the unjeroigned. He feela eonfldeat of being able to render aatiafaetlon ta thoae who may ravor Eia with a eall. May 8, 1871. O. W. DAVIS, Prop'r. LOYD HOUSE, Mala Street, PHILIPSBUKU, PKNN'A. Table alwaya aupplied with the belt the market afford!. The traveling publlo li invited to eall. Jan.1,'78. . HOUKRT LOYD. County National Bank, Or CLEAR7IELD, PA. ROOM In Maionio Building, one door north oi C. D. Wetaon'a Drug Store. Paaaage Tlokiti to and from Livarnool. Quaea. town, Olaagow, London, Peril and Copenhagen. Alio, Drafta for lale on the Royal Bank of Ireland and Imperial Bank of London. JAM KO T. LttUHAHD, Frea't. W. M. SHAW, Caahler. Janl,'77 DREXEL & CO., No. 34 South Third street, Philadelphia UJTHEIIS, And Dealer In Government Securities. ApplleatioB bf mail will reoelve prompt attea tion, and all Information oheerfully furnlihod Ordera aolloted. April U-tf. P. K. ABHOLD. W. W. ABBOLD. J. B. ABHOLB F. K.ARNOLD & CO., Ilunkcr and Hrokern. Reynoldarllle, Jefl'eraon Co., Pa, MontT raoairad on danoait. DUooanta at Bio darata ratei. Xaattra and t'oraia;B Rxobanfta al waat oa band aad tollrotiona promptly mailt. ntjDoituTiiia, ueo. 10, loia.-iy tnUnttS. h. R. HEICHUOLD, SUKGBON DllTIIT, flraduata of the Pennaylvanlt College of Dental Sura-err. Offloa in reildenoe of Dr. Hilli. oonoaita the Shaw Hoaae. mob II, '78-tf. DR. E.M.THOMPSON, (Ofloa la Bank Building,) CwrweuTllle, tleardrld Cav, Pa. aahll'M-tf. . J. M. STEWART, SURGEON DENTIST, CLEARFIELD, PA. (Offlee in reaideaoa, Seaond itraet.) Nitroua Oiide Gai admlnlatared for tha pain la aitraotioa of teeth. Clearteld, Pa., May 1, 1877-ty. ItllsrtUanfous. SIIOEMAKING-I hereby inform ay pa tron!, aad mankind in a eneraJ. that I have removed my ihoemaking ebon to the room in uraoam a row, aver D. 1. Dnyuir I yewelry el or., and that I am prepared t do all klndl of work la my line cheaper than Bay other ihop In towa. All work warraated aa good a! aaa be dona any. where elae. PoetUrely thil ii the eheapeat ihop In Clearueld. JOS. II. DKKRING. Dee. 11, 1878-tf. Wagons for salE. Tht andariianed haa ta hand, at hti ahtp la Cltarltld, Two-horse Wagons. One-horse Wagons, Spring ftjpiis, and Suggioa, For itla. Waattra warmti aawall at thoat aaada hart. Any of which will bt told ehaap for oath or approTtd taoaritjr. For far that iDfonaatioa, eall ia ptrtoa at mj ihop, or addraaa ma by lattar. JIIUHAO KBlliijI. Claarfiald. Pa., April IS, 1871-tf. J.H.LYTL51, Wholesale & Retail Dealer In Groceries, THE LARGEST and BR8T SRLRCTED STOCK IN THE COUNTY COFFER, TEA, SUGAR, SYRUP, QtlEKNSWARB, TUBS and BUCKRTS, DltlfiD FRUITS, CANNKD QOOUS, BROOMS, KLOUK, FEED. MEATS, FISH, SALT, OILS, County Agent for LORII.L.1RITS TOHjiCCOS, Theae aooda booiht for CASH la larre Iota. and Bold at almolt olty prloei. JAM Ks it. LITL1, Clearleld, Pa, June li, 1878-lr. The Bell's Ban Woolen Factor; Pena towaihlp, Clearleld Co., Pa. RUINED OIITI IBT HOT BURNED UPI Thaavhaertbtra hara. at araat aipanat.rahaiha atighborhotd atoaialty, la tba arteuoa of a Irtt alaaaWoolae atanafaatory, with ail tha aaodara Improattatnta attaahad. aaa art artpartd to Baht all bio da af Olotha, Caaaiaitrta, SatlattU, filaa- htta. riaaaali. Aa. Float tf f otda aa haad to applv all oar aM aad a thoaiaad atw aaaaoBany W H"B war mi waBiaj a, DTI alMllat WV aattB Tht waaiatat af 0AKDIIT9 A5D FULLIIffl will raatlTa w aaatwlal attaatloa. Provtr arTaaawaaanta will ha aaada tt raetlrt aad dalivar Waal, ta aoit twtoaitra. All work warraattd and doaa apoa tat ahtrtaat aottot, aad by atrltt atlaa tloa to boaiaaaa wt hopt It rtalltt a libtral ahara ai f aona pavoaafa. lOMK) POUNDS WOOL WANTED! Wt will aa- tbt hlihatt aiarkat arita for Woa aad tall tar aiaaafaatartd gotda aa law aa tlaiilar gotda aaa ht bowght la tht toaaty, aad whtaarar wt rail at rtaatr raaaoaablt tatiafattita wt aaa alwaya ha band at baatt raady ta maha propar upiiHiin, viiaajr B pajratia or or itlltr. 4 a aias iuunaun nuns, priltltf Bowtr P. 0. BOROUQIIH AND TOWNSHIPS. Ournalde RorooKhH Clearleld " Carwcnerllle H ...... Hoatadala " , Lumber City " Newbury N.Wa.hioi'n" Oaoeola " Wallaoeton " Uoeoaria Towniblp... Bell bloom " Bofga " Bradford Uraily Uuraiide " Cheat " Covington ' . ... Deeatur M Fergoaoa " Uirard Uoibea " Uraham " Uraonwood " ..... Uulich " lluaton " Jordan ' M Kartbaill " .... Knox M Lawrenoe M ... . Alorril Peon Pike " Pine , Sandjr " Union M Woodward " Total In aoeordanoe with the Aot of Aaeemblv reulatiag trieanlal aaaoiimonti, and eonatitutioc a board each Aaeeaaor in the eounty for 1880, upon property taxable by law 1 and herewith give notion that the vaiaalioa of Aaaeaaori have beiB aaada below or above a Juat rate ; and all partial will take Dotioo, that Atteit 1 Joua VT. JJowa, Clerk. Commlielonera' OlDoe, Clwrfleld, Pa., Jan. 21, THE REPUBLICAN. CLEARFIELD, PA. WEONKSOAT MORNINO, JAN. II, 1881. A CIWSBIXG INDICTMENT. AN AWAKENING OP Till POLITICAL CON SCIENCE NEEDED. The riiilude)ilii Bulletin is ono of tbo high-toned liadical organs of that city, and until recently has condoned every political crime committed at llarrisburg or elsewhere. Thoro must be a new editor on hand, or his con science has triumphed fur once, liead what ho says about our Radically gov erned Commonwealth: "If the business of the State of Penn sylvania could be conducted on the general principles that rule the busi ness affairs ot any well-managed cor poration or private establishment, no Commonwealth in the world would be in a better financial condition. Its ox- haustloss resources would be so used aa to absorb all its debt and at the same time to carry on its government and all its affairs upon a basis of liberal but wise expenditure, for the best wel fare of all classes of its people If, in stead of legislatures reeking with such wholesale corruptions as have repeat edly disgraced the capital, tho people would send to llarrisburg men choson for thoir personal and official honesty, their intelligence and publio spirit, we should have business, like financial policies adopted and carried out, and tho publio monoy so appropriated, dis bursed and spent as monoy is used in any private and woll-ordered business establishment. We should not have wasto and corruption in the Legisla ture's expenditures; favoritism, caprice and uncertainty in tho Treasury's dis bursements, and financial systems and schemes, that keep the State impover ished, virtually bankrupted, continu ally dishonored, wbilo all around are the abundant means for meeting overy legitimate necessity. We should not have the publio institutions for the care of various defective classes strug gling year after year to socure their appropriations, sometimes succeeding, sometimes failing, sometimes crippled by false economy, sometimes potted by false liberality, sometimes beggared by the misconduct of legislative clerks and other officials, sometimes lolt strug gling along for monthi nndor tho false pretense of an empty Treasury, while some favored institution quietly ob tains all that it wants, through per sonal favor or still more questionable influence. We should not have the public school system dragging along with ita insufficient or unpaid appro priations, to tho great injury of tho schools and the discredit of the Stato. We should not have the annual raids upon the Legislature in behalf of huge schemes of public stealing, with all the demoralizing Influences that follow in their train, whether successful or not. We should have tnon appointed to of fice for what good they can render to the State, and not for what good tho State can rendor to them. We should have standards of good morals, Intelli gent capacity and practical experience throughout the civil sorvlce, just as tho business man picks ont his clerks and othor subordinates for their sup posed possession of these qualities. We should not have men put in places of trust and responsibility, who are unfit for them, moroly as a Toward of politi cal service or an expression of friend ship and good fellowship. "With Pennsylvania's wonderful op portunities for being a modol Com monwealth financially and throughout hor civil sorvlce, her educational and institutional affairs, it does not seem altogether extravagant to imagine the possibility of such a state of things. It is a condition far enough away from any thin 15 ever realir.od within hor bor ders. The variation from such high standards have been nnmerous and very great, undor successive genera tions. Thoy have boon more nearly approached under some admlnlitra tions than others, but never roachod by any. Pennsylvania is so Intrinsi cally rich and powerful that nothing is wanted but a right use of her forces te make her alt that the highest ambi tion of tho patriot, tht philanthropist, the political economist can desire for her. That she should be so pinched and crippled in the midst of her own plenty and power comes simply from the fact that her people, as a mass, are not yet educated op to the full sense of the duly of self-government. Whenover they become so, and in pro portion as they become so, narriabnrg AGGREGATE STATEMENT OF THE TRIENNIAL ASSESSMENT, a3 returned by the several Assessors of Clearfield county for the year A. D. 1880. Sbavbo Lama. raiaavan Laam. T4 I 18HUI-... I.Ml lvij UK 81 lias 2II10II U 0 10 0 411 1121 1 1 til 63 8811 1 11278 8248 9884 171277 123I4 11 flj 173 11 4 10 H l:il l On 8 On I 4li o on on 1011)8; lwi;i 11427 8461 V.i Inn 87; leSI 1A8II0 1 11010 2II U2a liii.m 1VIIV01 l4;o VII7U2 711(1) 130JI5 8IV 874411 4010V 8(181)0 7VilaO 88401 88831 4IIIVI 441 817 10 ool 8181 8241 I 71. I 4u T On 10 OH f 61. t to 2V 1 Itr.J 4v IM2H IUMI 86721 10081 tlVO 1462, 201861 I3J llll 11248 mill 4US ll.i:i8! 10311 J 9 ool 187U4 li.14 t Oil r t 68IIH 1783 1.1 1 7:1:18 8821 1U 42SU 10180 7U4V 41)0118 y on T on ti 8 8(1 11 On 11 on 8 In 2- ii"oii 8 i: 322110 t,i 1771 12l 81618 15170 lot 11)047 2IU02 1.1087 111 344 1V2I ii'iit awi 7114 88380 6047 4 11)3871 1464118 86864 188808 "i'l'iii'i 81037 83270! 20068 17070 4644 8686 17180 12683 401 14 13.. 10077 10781 'toon 11 oi4 ;I48847 3Hlll 0 OOI 301014 880. will become simply tho office of a groat, well managed business concern, wboso managers have been placed there by its owners, properly paid for thoir serv ices and held to the strictest account for a faithful and succevoful discharge of their duties. When that stato of things comes thero will be monoy onough for all tlto wants of tbo busi ness. All the machinery of tho State will bo kept in good repair and run ning order. Tbero will bo well-kept accounts and clean balance sheets. Thero will bo no room in such an es tablishment for drones or toadies or figure-heads or barnacles or thieves of any grade or class. The pcoplo can have it so whenever they will. Rut there needs to be a great awakening of the political conscience and a great education of the intelligence of tho peo ple beforo tho government of the Stato or any of ita sub-divisions is lifted up to the broad, firm levol of plain, prac tical, honest business principles. W bat- ever helps to lift government toward such a level, whether it be the people at large, a political party or the indi vidual citixen working honestly in his own sphere fot the public good, is help ing toward the realizing of the highest form of huraau civilization." AVVICS FROM HORATIO SEY MOUR. Till (I lit AT DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN ON POLITICAL THINDS. "Governor, the Democratic party is looking to you, as ono of its old time loaders, for words of advioe and en couragement. Its mombers wish you to speak to them, and tho press proffers itself aa the vehicle for reaching the universal public. It is their desire, and yon are not responsible lor It." (iovernor Soy mour spoke as follows : "In looking over the political field, it ia evident that on the Republican side there are sharp controversies and much bitterness. The Republicans are in a far worso way than tbo Porno orata so far as fuuds are concerned. It is true that the divisions in the ranks of the latter aro more open and con spicuous, but thoy have reached a point where they admit of healing remedies. Hatreds and joulousics in the ranks of political organizations are like erysipelas in the human system half cured when brought to tho sur face. Concealed hate and fuvoiish joalousy poison the blood of the Re publican organization. The party has no remedy for this state of things. Its disease is internal, and therefore dan gerous, perhaps deadly. If it could be brought to the surfuco it might be cured, but now it is festering inward ly and with very bad symptoms. The poison has permeated tba wholo sys :cm, and thoro is no sage so skillful as to be ablo to prescribe successfully for a hidden distemper. "on the other band, there is one groat advantage which tho Pemocratio party possesses. It always comes up smiling aftor a defeat. Its vitality is wonderful. It has tutlivod a dozen opposing organization, and it has held to Its ancient crocds while othors have caught at evory excitemont or novelty brought to the surface by events. In the country especially the Democracy cy have made thoir adherence to sound party prinoiple a matter as per sonal aa thoir religion though In a differentway. It is a matter on which they have permitted themselves to bo- come enthusiastic. You cannot change them. The hard-fisted Democracy cling to their faith under defeats and trials, and are witbal imbued with sen timental feelings never soen in tho con glomerate ranks of thoir opponents. The Republicans fall to pieces unless they can be kept at a welding boat by passion and excitemont, If these can not be kept up against their opponents thoy break out in their own ranks. "Undor those clrnnmslanooe there is evory reason to hope for tho sucooss of the Democratic ticket in the Presiden tial eleetion. The Democratic vote in this State last Call, under the circum stances, was a marvelous one. To my mind it amounts to a demonstra tion that the State can be carried by the Democtatlo candidates, whoever they may be. We have had our fight and It Is ovor. There are no foods or Joalonsies left to rankle inwardly. "There is another element now com ing to the surface, which will tend strongly to Increase this harmony. The town meetings and elections are at hand. - About twenty thousand town officers are to be elected, and there Is probably an averago of three candidates to an office. All these men are dcing everything that lioa in their power to nnite the party and eoncon lleaaaa A Mt'taa. 3 I I I 1 r i i r $. 81 I 106811 17 78 tt 71 87 I860 tilt 1880 1380 1246 000 1610 1866 too 14186 8088 IVil 142814 lavobq 7836. 1018 013 101 84 40 It 141 162 60. 148 200' ln 1.10 187 r.'o ins! lis. Ill Tt i 08 80 137! 138 1118 08. 188251 022821 1182 80472! I Oil 1 820 51 02101 I 01. .1 In 4 00 t On I on II61. 130581 13880 18018 14870 460114 48623 4800i; 1308 14' 11776 CAI20 18101 ' "i i i' 1458 8070 0766 14560 0773. 10(14 f8IO 10000 8716. 4880 3016 6046 1510 1385 7165 2408H 810. 137 808. 8 ool I on l on 6 On 4 On 27811 100881 I 0 1 6n 9 On I Oil 8585 ' 17006 67880 122808 8 III' 80 81 17 8 ! in 44! ' 81 880 11 484 6IH 14 f 0. Ultlill 81801 18318 18870 1106741 1208 JH4 1 18H t740i I bA 401I4 11451 1 01 o 4 tu 8 on t On 1 4i 4 in 14 On t M 16 2.' I6. 1165 8350 14225 14040 8420 10050 8011 110 1422(4 178 1632 8850 I8J1 1881 1025 10507 184833 70733 181873 803 II 802 108! 74 188! 12775 3005 1075 148 10030 11883078 8 OOl 12888. 38Ui tl0630V2l 181 1 II 1386)0.1 UeUNBl abi Loll of revilloa, the Comajliilonen of Clearfield eountv herewith iabl)ih the above etateoaent. ihowlair 28d, 24th and lltb daya of tiarab, 108(1, at the Coiaiailniooere' Oflloe, ia Clearfield, ere flaod apoa appeal may be uade batweeu ttnl time and thoie daya, but after that time Bono will be elloao 1. Irate its undivided strength on the town elections. People in the country really care less about who shall be President of the United Status than who shall bo Supervisor of their town or Justice of the Peace or School Com missioner. They will all vote for Su pervisors and will work with united energy to secure the election of their party's candiduto, This is especially true of the Democrats, much more so, I think, than in tho case of tho Repub licans. The old sores of the Demo cratic party, as I have said, are on tho surfare, and therefore, not only not dangerous, but can easily be reached to be healed. Whatever healing pro cess is necessary will, no doubt, he. completed by the Spring elections. "As to candidates on the Republi can side, the men who have opposed the Administration appear to favor Grant, and bis strongest opponont now is Blaine. The fight is so sharp that it may end in bringing up a new man, as has happened beloro. The third term is against Grant, and Blaine is too much of a Republican to suit bis party. The Republican party does not like violent men in office, though it always praisos them for their bold nous in the fight Morton, Chandler, Blaine and men ol that aiamp wore thrown over in 1 870, and the more malleable and less well known man from Ohio was picked op and made President. Something of this kind is likely to be done again. "On the Democratic side there is a readiness to tuke up any man who can unite all factions. As they are all anxious to harmonize, a way will be found to carry out their wished. Out- sido of this Stato, Bayard, Thurman, Hendricks, Knglish and othors have been spoken ot as Presidential candi dates, and either cf them, I should think, would prove acceptable. The Democracy cannot go astray in making their selection. ' The man whom they will nominate has every prospect of succoss. The controver sies In tho Democratic party in Now York aro much less dangerous than they seem to bo. There are great and enduring reasons why this State should uphold tho Democratic party and its principles. In the first place, there is here much less of sectional fooling than elsewhere. Our business men, mer chants and manulaeturers are con stantly brought into contact with the people of the South in the conrso of their transactions, wheroby they learn the difficulties under which thoy labor and their duslre not only to promote their own intorosts, but, in so doing, the interests of the country at large. This intercourse haa much more influ ence than Congressional debates or the appeals in our journals to political prejudice. The same thing is also felt to a degree in religious and other or ganizations. The war upon the South has been over acted. It has been car ried so far that now there is a reac tion, and this cannot fail to benofit the Democratlo party, which ia the party of enlightened conservatism "Thoro are othor and stronger rea sons why Now York most be Demo cratic. Its commercial position de mands that it shall oppose the central izing policy of tbo Republican party. That policy is destructive of the inter ests and welfare ot the State. With its great wealth and population it has the least relative representation in the Senate of the United States of any State in the Union, and all questions of centralization will always be most hurtful to those who have the least representative power and the most wealth to be taxed. The Senate baa gradually absorbed political power. It is filled with men of large experiences growing out of tho tenure of their of fices. They are usually selected after thoy have had a training In Slate Leg islatures or the llouse cf Represents lives. The mombers eontrol vast num bers of appointments nndor the Gen eral Government When a question comos up between this Slate and lis rivals we stand no fair chance of jus tice. "Take, for example, the struggle be tween Now York, Boston, Philadel phia and Baltimore for the transporta tion from the West. Those cities are struggling to take away from New York what it once had. If, as is now proposed, the question should be refer red to Congress, Mew York will have but two Senators in the Senate, while the States in which It combined rivals are situated Will have sixteen that is, the Mew England Slates have twelve Senators and Pennsylvania and Mary land two each. It Is clear enough what the end would be. This is only t 048 I860 loot 733 10 4801 84k too. 100 6180 2886 1080 1304 1048 81081 8481 8172: 1120 8586! 1746' 1682 1284 1061 1682 1088 2111 8162 1782 1120 14H6! 3811' 2810 4354' "ioi'i 1418 2482! 16l 17 a 85 81 Sn lllli III I7li 8201 I61 12: 81 ""i' "iiJ 6. II "'io'i. 170 II. II 171.1 In $41444 t 14! 110 8851. one of many vital quesliona which the Genoi ul Government will decide un less its centralizing tendencies are checked. Mo ono can study the in terests of this Stato and fail to see that its only hopo lioa in the success ol the principles ol tho Democratic party. If the Republicans aro to govern the oountry and to carry out all their schemes they will check, if not de stroy, tho commercial ascendency of this Stale. Whatever may be the prejudices of the business men now, they will soon be forced to see that they muBt uphold tho Democratic party. "There is danger even now that tho commerce of tho Krie canal will be broken down and its works abandon ed. If this happens Now York city and this State will lose tho last chan nel which they control. Yet it would cost us less to keep it up and make it froo from tolls than we aro now taxed by the General Government to aid other route and project in other States, many of which are designed to turn commerce away from us. "Whoever will study the interests of Mew York cannot fail to see that it must be a Democratio State despite the follies or errors of tho leading men of that party." A'cio York World. . , THE VOTE OF THE NEWSPA PERS. It is probable that, about all of the newspapers of tho Stato having any opinion to express upon the next Pres idency have made returns to tbo circu lars sent out some days ago by the Tima, and all tho answers that have been rocoived and not previously given are printed. The whole number of papors heard from is nearly three hundred, and all but about one-sixth of these havo been willing to indicate some sort of ehoioe. The list, as it appears entire, may be summarised as follows: Candldatea. Raa. Den. Ind, Total. ror tnaiaeM For Ur.at.. .... ,, For Sherman...... For Tilden. For Bayard For llaaookH.H For HeytaonrHH..HH.M.,.. For Hendrioka. For tba laid For tho Boeaiaee For anyone te beat OraaU 18 ... IT St 14 ... 3 4 ... S 10 ii e ts ... is t te ... .18 II 10 ... 10 111 f t IT 81 li T ... li ... , ... 10 10 I II I 48 Total ..-......... II 81 lit 104 . Blaine beats Grant among all the papers two to one, but the largest pro portion of this comes from the inde pendent papers, the organs preferring to keep a litllo more evenly along with the machine and declare for the old commandor, whom very few of them really want In the Democratio list Tilden has an Insignificant lead, Hancock and Bayard both following very close. Those repot ts, eoming as they do from the surest observers of tho drift ol publio opinion, have at tracted attention not only throughout the State, but in the country at large, and have apparently thrown some die contagemont over the Grant move ment Tho canvass has beon as com plete as it was possible to make it, and the result is much more valuable as a means of calculating tho condi tion of publio sentiment than desultory inaccurate interviews with individuals in confined district. The newspaper opinions have covered all sections of the State and reprosont all shades of opinion. Philadelphia Timrt. Maine Preaciiees. The PitUburgh Post says the Maine preachers are as abusive In thoir pulpit harangue as oorner grocery politicians. It is stated so a fact that the Republican politi ciana have furnished them with politi cal brioh and incendiary appeals which thoy incorporate in their sermons. They use foul language about the most respeoted citizens, and have converted, In many Instances, the house ol God Into a don of discord and vituperation. The natural results follow. Churches are dividing and hundreds of ohurch members are withdrawing from the sanctuaries they have hitherto attend ed. Many of the political preachers are brainloss asses, and do not know what tbey are talking of or are Inoa- pable of appreciating a legal or consti tutional argument They are prepar ing tha ground for Bob Ingcrsoll, who hss a radical ohurch of bis own, by bringing discredit on Christianity. Bob and the Main parsons ran meet on the common platform of cursing Democrats. Pat soldiers in the place ot the po licemen who stand In ranks to guard Grant as he passes to and from his carriage, and the picture ia complete. Has a Republlo fallen so low in the hearts of the descendants ot the Amer ican Revolutionists f baaaiaoaa Oticui'AvioB! Warcaaa. Moaar. Piraa. H'Kat a. M 9 1 R s I f i 1 r r r p i III i f I r ! 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Vi 48. 150.. 12070 4.1 1 i860 0050 41 nob 11040 to! i 4 mm loom 251 0811 7100 II I 4 708.1 6800 28 108 14310 48 -j 4660 -44l 1841 "'iueii ta "i " "ioilO ZZ... " ioil'Jt 10: Oil 8800 11 4J , ,. I7i( Oi 345 10871 til ' .... t I5!3l085t 4sU4:All J0H B8j10lU IS886lll0225l 882871 tba atrraftate Value and anerl seat made by for finally detenalninf whataer any of the laid CONRAD W. KYI.SR, KLAH JOHNKON, JOHN NOKKIH, 1 CooialtaioBen. THE WA Y TO WIN. During tbo present year tho Ameri can people will again be called upon to select a President whoso tor:n of of fice, if his life bo spared, will extend for four years from the 4lh of March, 1881. In a few months tbo two grout political parties of the oountry will put thoir cftmlidatca in the field, and then the strugglo for supi-onmcy will begin. Which will be successful will depend entirely upon the candiduto nomiuu- ted, lor, strange as it may Beom, the old maxim, "principles, not in on," sec mo to have boon rovorsod in modern politics. An improper or unpopular candidate cannot be elected b- either party on the soundest platform. Though fairly representing nis party, he must be sound himself, thoroughly trusted by the rank and tile as woll as tbo loaders, and enjoy to the fullest ex tent the confidence of tba masses, not only because ho i a standard-bearer, but, for tbo better reason, that he is altogether fittod to be one. Just now there seems to be an unhappy confliot of opinion in the. Democratio ranks as to who should be thoir loader. We are alraid that the conflict is basod more upon tb dosiro to promote indi vidual Interest than to socure party success. Thi is perhaps natural in the present construction of parties. Candidate are named as available merely because thoy represent tactions and not because they aro supposed to be acceptable to the wholo united Democracy. This preference is found ed quito as much upon the hopo of prospective plunder as upon the real merit of the candidate. Wo are aware that it is a difficult it not an impossi ble thing to find a man acceptable to every one. George D. Prentice once said, with great force: "It is in vain to hope to pleas all alike. 1M a man stand with bis face in what direction be will, he must necessarily tarn his back on one-half ol tho world." As with men so with parties, and henoe it is a fact, which must be looked square ly in the face, that whoever is nomi nated will bo made the candidate in opposition to a largo number in tho Democratic ranks. In this view ol tbe case the National Democracy should earnestly strive to find the very beet man fur the crisis, without reference to sentiment, or prejudice, or individ ual interests, or the promptings of fac tions. Such a man may not be easy to und, but be is worth diligently looking for. Without him the party will go into an utterly hopcloH con test, with no ohanoe of suooem, and the same political organization that bos rulod the Nation since 1RC0 will again roap the fruits ol victory. The Democracy can elect a President this coming Fall if wise and prudont coun scls prevail, but thoy need not hope to do o unless they show that they are worthy of publio conflonco by nomi nating a candidate whom the people respect and can trust after the election as woll as before the battle is fought. Baltimore Gazelle. Unobatifui. The Philadelphia Sun day Time eaya: "Grant aoceptod a handsome houso on West Chestnut street In this city, wMch he still owns. One of tbe men most active in getting up subicriptions for thi house was George IT. Stuart, who was then In prosperous circumstances, and high in Grant's favor. Latterly, Mr. Stuart bas mot with business reverses, and it was noticeable that Grant did not show much attention to him during the past two weeks, aa Stoart was comparatively unnoticed. Grant nat urally gravitates to such men as Geo. W. Childs, A. J. Drexol, General Pat tenon and John Welsh. They aro the class of men he desire to propiti ate, as they are among the million aires of our city." Trrouiib it a Tbick .Senator In galls, of Kansas, Is an Innocent man. Tbe telegram by which it was expect ed to prove hi guilt have been kindly burned op by etspevye of the West em I'nion. Nobody ever doubted that Senator Ingalla would compare woll with the generality of Kansa politi cian. Hayes Is credited with the sugges tion that all ex-Presidents should re ceive a life annuity ot 120,000. It Con gress should pas men law Hayes wouldn't come In, beoanse he could never justly lay olaitn to tbe title of sx-President At the present rat of disposing of business tt Is claimed that the last of May will see the last n( Congress, (Dnt 0u'u ladwtlUfmtnt. THE REPUBLICAN, Fibltahvd Tttry WtdaMdaVj by G. B. GOODLANDER, CLEARFIELD, PAh Has the Lnrat ClrealaUoa af any Bauer la Morthweatera Ponaaylvaala. The large and constantly increasing circulation of tb Bipublioan, renders it valuable to business men as A modium thro' which to roach the public Tkrns of Subscription i 11 paid in advance, . . . f 2 00 If paid after three months, . 2 60 If paid aftor six months, . . 8 00 When papors are sent outside of the county payment must bo in advance. ADVERTISING : Ten linos, or less, 8 times, . 1160 Each subsequent insertion, SO Administrator Notices, . . 2 60 Executors' Notices, .... 2 60 Auditors' Notices, .... 2 30 Cautions and Estrays, ... 1 60 Dissolution Notioes, . . . 2 SO Professional Cards, 6 linos, year, 6 00 Spooial notices, per line, . . i 20 YEABI.Y ADVERTISEMENTS: One square, 10 lines, . . . 18 00 Two squares 15 00 Three squares, 'JO 00 One fourth column 60 00 One-half column, ... V 70 00 One column 120 00 BLANKS. We havo always on hand a large stock of blanks ot all descriptions. SUMMONS, SUBP03NAS, EXECUTIONS, , ATTACHMENTS, ARTICLES OK AGREEMENT, ' LEASES, BONDS, FEE BILLS, ' CONSTABLE'S BLANKS, Ac, Ac , &o. JOB PRINTING. We are prepared to do all kind of PRINTING SUCH AS POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, CARDS, LETTER HEADS, UN YEI.OPES, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, Ac, fto., IN THE BEST 8TYLR, AND ON KKASONAB1.F. TERMS. ORDERS BY MAIL FOR iA. KINDS OF WORK WILL RECEIVE ritOMPT ATTENTION. fiifXi. tt. latoodlander, Clearfield, Clearfield County, Pa. lUiSffllaUfOUfi. JOHN TROUTMAN, DBALIR IN FURNITURE, 51 ATTKENHEN, AND Improved Spring Beds, MARKET STKXKT. N1AK F. O. The andorile-ned hrffi leave to Inform the eltl- seal of Clearleld, and the nubile generally, that aa haa an hand a fine aaaortment of Furniture, eaoh aa Walnut, Choatnot and Palated Chamber Sultee, Perlor Suit.!, Ueclinlng and Kitemioa Chain, Ladiel aad flenta' Kaay Chain, the For foreted Dining- and Parlor ubaira, Cane Heeta and Windaor Chain, Clothai B.ra, Step and Kzun stoa Laddera, Hat Raoue, Sorubbing BrnabM, Aa MOULDING AND PICT7JF.il FKAMKS. ooklna Olaaaee, Cbromoe, Aa which would Bailable for Uoliday pneenta. deeto-71 Jdltri TKUHTMAn. Re-Union of Trade. THK nndariifQed wiililng to Infoim lb puMlt thil he opened a At the old lUnd la Troatvllle, Clearfield want. jt.. ob tbe iBlh ioet, wilb full tUmt or DRY HIH, VHOCUHlfcti, NOTION M, ltoote, tthoei, lit. In feat ercryth.Df tob found in a flnt-oluf itore. all of wliioh I am determined to tell at the lowest Mib priM. FAHMKHH AH D LV MIIEK1HEN Wlll find it to their 'Uanlct do thtlr dealing with me, ai the blrhcat brieee will bm paid tot Uram, brtinglt, or Preniioe of eajr kind. Part or one-half eah will be btd. Trading for Shingle or Lumber of any kind a tpeoiIty. Alto. Agent for Singer Sewing Machines. Barlir made arranrnnentt with Rattm met- chant to 111 goodi furniibed me, therefore eall and aoa, aa I will be enabled to etll ehetrier than the cheapest. J. W. CAUU1.K, Troutvilla, r., Npt. It, TV-1 y. AgeoU TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE. 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