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CLKARK1ELD, PA. WEDNESDAY MOitNINO, JINK I. IUI Terms of Subscription, rr paid la sd ratio, or within thro months. ..$1 M if r,.M mf,r ihPM mud before its moai'at... 1 tfpldaftrthipirtlnof lis montle... I oO Mfirt. S. M. PiTTiwoiLt It Co., Nswe pi.pr Advertising A(nt. IT Park Kow, eornor lie, man Street, are our duly antbortied Afent la Nv York City. kem(-ki;h notici-m. Mrthodlst F.pUaopal Churf hR. Obo. Lmnr, l'artor. Hertieee trery Sabbath it 1UJ A. M.,nd P. M. Habl.etb Hnbool at 9 A. M. Prayer Meeting Try Wednesday, at 71 P. M. Communion Herrlee, flnt Sabbath of every Month, at M A. M. We-t Clearfield M. Cburrh Ra. CuAKLKtW. Durnlby, Pastor. Preaching rry alternate Sunday, at 8 o'clock, P. M. Sunday School at Si, P. M. All ara .nrlted to attend. Preb)ter.au Church Rv. II. B.Ddtlbr. Sabbath eerfioee morning and o-eaing Sab bath School at I P. M. Prayer Meatlng Wedn day craning. Baptist Churrh. Rer. , Pastor. NabbathSchoolatl P.M. Prayer Meeting ery Wednesday evening. Ht. Francis hurrh--C'a.liollc- Rer. P J.fiHEMDAft-. IHvlna serrle at 10J A. M., on tha Srat, third and fourth Sundayiof eh month; Vespers and Benediction of the blessed Hacrauaent at 7 o'clock, P. H. Hunday School rery Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. OI'I ICIAL DIRECTOR V. tim b or BoLDiaa qimrtbb aaaaiuai court. Second Monday of Jannarj. Third Monday of March, Vint Monday of Juno. Fourth Monday of September. TIM I Or 10LD1 HO COMB OK fUUS- Flrit Monday of Jane. Second Monday of Nor ember. poilio orricBRR. Pruetdomt Judy Hon. Cbarlel A. Mayer, l.oek Harm. AmiiIohI tow Judge Hoc John II. OrWi, of IJcllefonte. Aeeoeiatc Judge Abram Ogden, Clearfield f Vincent B. Holt, Clearfield. ProtkonotorytLli Bloom. Htgieter and Reeorderh. J. Morgan. Tnaturtr Philip lotU. fHitrict Attorney 3. F. McKonrlck. Sktriff James Mahaffey. Iteputy Sheriff Y. I. Thompson. Conntp Surveyor Samuel F. MeCloskey, Cur nenevlll. County CommteeiouertC. W. Ky.rr, ririihani ton P. O.j Elah Johnston, Grampian I'ilU P. 0.; John Norm, Br., Corwensvlllo. VommifioittTM' Clerk John W. Howe. Cfennry Amf.lor. -William V. Wright, Clear (hid; Joseph Ullliland, Three Kunsj J.B.Nor ria. Woodland. County Coroner Jamei A. Muora, Clcarneld. Jurf Comm ittionert A n drew J. J ack ion, Clear 0t, Win. R. Urown, Clearfield. .VupwtiUnrfeil of Public School M. U Mo Quawn, Clearfield. tienhra Heiaateat Jfaoanrat Jt W.Carlile, offloe at Lntheraburg Pa. Nrtaritt Public John W. Wriglay, Wm. Ra debautfh, Cyrui (lurdon, Clearfield; Joaeph R. Irwin, N. K. Arnold, Curwemrilla; J. A. Living stone, DuHoif City. Our Special column La decidedly interesting in a local point of flew, and profitable reading to outiidora who want to aava money. "Will you tuk wheat, oata or oort for mb ncripiion V We ire ofUn tnrulred or In thU way by letter from patron! who reiide at a diitance from Clearfield. We again lay yea. The rcteiptl of a rerponiible merchant or mill owner in the tic icily, will answer ut juit ai well a the cuih. Tu illluatrate : If any or our patroni will delirer ui a bag of grain at the mill of Joiepb II. Hretb, In Cheat township, Horace Patchln, in Burniide, Themat H. I'orcey, In Graham, Wm. Porter or Sluw'e, la Uwrenoe, or Brown A Siyler'a, at Rorktoo, I'nl-.n townihip, and forward thair rectlpu for the nmoant, we will credit them on their account for the nmi In thli way all may loo d pay what they owe. If they will punua tblt eourte. T- etirAdvertisurs and othern will bear in mind that all article! intended for publioatloa In this paper must be handed la, not later than Tuesday, at 9 A. M. Don't forget It ! Go to It. iitliintin & Co.' for bar " . , t An Atrumfitt Court will be bilJ in Charfittd on Tussday, July Mtb. . . - Two of our bent mdioul teacborrt j;one Recce n4 A He wan. ee Btarriajfta. - e e The Citirons' hand wasoutsvrenad- lug a nombcr of oar eitiaent oa Moo day even ing. m t K 1). &. C. Mooro, of Altoona,bavo com nenoad tha areoiloa of a large aaw suilll oa Clear. fieU creek. . The pay car vinitcd tbo employes along tne lyroae a uuarnem nanroau ian rn day afters ooa. e m The Hoard ot (Jounly Commisriion- ira will be la sesiloa for a few days oa and after the 6a of July Belt. Some parties coming from Penfiold to Claarfiald oa show day, killed a rattlesnake wblcb meaMirtdiii feet In length. A statement ol the condition of the School fand of Lawreaoa to wash is Is published llsbad eliewhert Id this leeue. Those intrted ihoull not fait to read It. Ilov. J. II. Waltorick. of Tyrone, will preach la tha Lutheran ehurcb, Clearfiald, neat Sunday morning and efrnlng. The publla Is cordially Inrilsd to attend. Huston HartHwick, of tbia. place, It ft ou Saturday last for West Paiot, N. Y., where be will undergo ea exawibatloq this H'k for adaiitloB to tba Military Asademy. J. II. Kcerrcr announci'S by billw printed at this effloe Ua4 be has embarked at Wallacotoo in tbe manufacture of grain cradles, hay rakes, shaking (forks, and all kind of woo J ware, sah as buckets, tubs, meat eski, slo. ilins Mabel Mt:(ieorge( who left Cleirfleld about for weeks ag o, rrse'ied her par ents la California, after a journey of three weeks, being detained In Sab Franetroo seriral days, waitiug for a boat. i "Hurdk-k & Allen's loiibtu Hack Action Duplet Quadrnple Cotubtualloa Show" glrci Clearfield the go-by, and will aut exhibit hare. CurwcnsrUla and Iloutidale will get the benefit of the luxury. a a ee Wo acknowledge the roct ipt of an Inrllatien to lb oommeoeenieat of tli Mountain Seminary, at Birmingham, lluntlngjun eoaoly, wbleh takes plao to day, June ISih. The Invt , tationa are tery pretty, and neatly g tten Bp . Hanks Holme, porter of the Orpheus Band, requests all ladle who have not received their plates, ated at the Festival last week, to eall at the Moore Brothors' th ie itore and gat the lama, a lot of dishes havlr-g been left there for IdsntlfloatlflB. ' lie. II. 8. Htttlor, of this place, praaobew the Daeea I aureate etraios U the grade atlogalassoftha Hollidnyiburg Female Sen iaary, Ust Babbatb. Kew. Jeha MtMtltta D. of rhlladelphia, will deliver the Lllerary address to-day, June 11th. e mmi t'apt. tiaulin's "fly funs" crcato (julte a aotlng sensation wbea they are all In motion. They are a geod Invention, Mr. Uau lie will take plrasare ia giving their history and eiplaiaiag their good qualities. Call at the Post office book ftore and se them. The occupants of the IVnfiVId stage eaw a big black bear coming out or tae wilder- aess, while Journeying Clearfleldward se Tun day evening of last week. They did aot Invite Braia to taka a reat In the hack with them, but let It purtue the even tenor ef In way. Tho Milton rliel fund will reach $;t,o. Reballdiag the tcwa has been eoai menced. At prtsewt three or four lew brick build lags aro ready to be roofed, among then being the Firtt National Bank, and la a week or tea days more) at leevst a deaea o there will bo ap and eaetoeeJ. Tho streets aro to be wlJeeed and otherwise Improved. Tho Orpheus hoys baru bi-oii pio eonUd with a largo-stsed photograh ot their Us s l roc lev, Prof, Jeha P. Row both ex, a Uaa like- Baas, aod ea eased la a baadteme frame. It Ie tho gift of Mr. Raw a ih a so, at Philadelphia, aad Ie highly appreciated by th boys. Prof Rowbotham, who was her daring th Band Festival departed fat his hosncoa Taoedet after aeon. Clotlifl, coHstmoroa and tailor's trim mings, at H. A. Kretser'i. Juae 16-lt. A second largo invoico of Milliner', jut opened, at T. A. Fleck A Oo.'i. - - uu Carpcta, oil cloths, window shades and lao curtains. A large assortment always to Im bad at fair prices at 11. A. Krattsr ' ThoHtiloof tlieShuw Uouite property, Id tali trogu, has been postponed until Mod day, July 5th. Be advertisement Id thli luae of tha Hat PUBLIC AM. It teems atUuouuh everybody about Ibis region was guing to the Mi our I entertain ment la Pie's Opera House asxt Friday tvoalng, ne 18th. Admission 35, 36 and 60 eents. m earn - Land Sam. Treasurer Dotts held his land sale on Monday last, and disposed of nearly all the lands on which tbe taxes were un paid. He holds ao adjourned sale on Monday July 6tb. Hot. Pr. Wilson, Vrusidont o! tbo UollidaysLurg Fomala Seminary, oeeapiad tbe pulpit of tbe Clearfield Presbyterian Church last Babbath both morning and oreniog, daring Rar. Mr. Butler's absence at Ilollidayaburg. This is tbo week sot apart for tbo hearing and argument of eases from Clearfield eoanty before the Supreme Court, now In session at Uarrisburg. The attomovs present from this county ara Meiir. Krcbs, Fielding, McKnally nd Murray. They Feel Goon. Our down river neighbors In snd around Lock Haven are con siderably e'ated over ihi fact that a $200,00 0 pulp paper mill to ha erected in that city dur ing tbe coming year. If bailt, It will add greatly to tbe business in teres ta of that locality. Con k von Your Camu. It will bo noticed by aa advertisement In this Issue that tha County Cutumiuiooeri, through Treasurer Dotts, are calling npoa bondholders to dellrer ip tbeir goods and receive their oath. This call, we learn, coven all tha six per cent, bonds now Out. e Gamr. Tho Altoona Game und Fish Association recently received and let at liberty one hundred Messina quail. Ooe-hetf were liberated in Pleasant Valley, and the other half near Allegheny Furnace. Nearly twj nun dred of these bird have been plaoed near that city. Two arrt'Hts were made on show day for drunkenness and fighting. They were put la Sheriff MaharTey's "oolir." One fello waa released on Saturday moruiog upon tbe pay ment of 111 fine and costs, a wiser If nit a better man. Persons whi behave themselves will aot got into trouble. R. II. Walk, proprietor ot tho Cur- wensville and Dullois stage line, died at his home in Corwensvillc, after a brief Illness, on Wednes day of last week. He leaves a wife and six or seven child run to mourn hl death. Tbe decerned served in tbe lata war as Captain of Company D' lWlst Rtgimcnt, Pa. Volunteers - i s Tho receipts of the Orpheus Hand Festival Inst week amounted to a little over $600, and thf ir expenses nearly $100. Tba Band, it will ho seen, did a it mike a fortune, as they will net Irst than a hundred Julian. Tbo affair passe.) etT very pleanantly. Through courtesy, tbe Citiieni Band visited the Festival on Thurs day, and furulrbed music throughout the even Hon. (i. H. Hurrett will lecturo on "The Teachings of tho Bible," In the M- E. Cburch at New Washington, en Friday evening next, June 18th. Judge Barrett's lecture is one of I be course under tbe aurpices of the Normal School ai that place. The lecture of F. (1. Harris, Hsq., mcntloood in the "Educational" column, on the first pgo of this p.ipr , will ooour later in the course. list of lulters remaining unclaimed in the Postoflloe, in Clcarneld, for the week end ing June llth, 1H80: C. U. Anderson, Robert Dnrron, W. T- Do'Nasee, Win Neein', Mrs. Fanots Uenderaan, William Mease. Jacob Mauasses, J. F. Metjuarrle, Miss Ida Mason, J. P. Nilsson,E. P. Pomsroy, John C. Russell, John Russle.Ueorge So sal. P. A. iikVLin, P. M The Board of Trust eos of tho Cen tral Normal School, at Lock Haven, unanimously re-elected the following officers on Thursday ev ening, the 2d lost., vis: Prosidettt Ex -Governor Bigler. Vice President (len Jesse Merrill. Secretary S. M. McConnick. Treasurer Thonvts Yardley. (Steward K. W. Bigony. There are now nearly 2j0 pupils in tbe scbjol. The New Dkputy. Sheriif MahafTey ha appointed F. I. ihompson, et uurweosvtite, as his Deputy, "Naoe," as he Is familiarly called, is competent for the position, and, no doubt, will discharge his new du lies faithfully and impartially. He possesses excellent business and clerical qualities, ar.d in ad Jltlon, Is " Demo cratic to the backbone" just 'he kind needed In Curwrtisfille, where so many run after false gods. m Capitally Done. Some oditors aro the proprietors of such slla streaks of tnodesry that tbe ai tide Is scarcely perceptible. Tbe edi tor of tbe Reynoldsvllle Paper, however, Is not a member of that class of sjribes. In bis last Issue ho recorded the following t The first page of the Paper this week shows diversified, wide deep tbougbt. It is one of tbe finest newspaper pages that has ever been issued ia tbe Slate." That "baih" ie really "too cute for anything." No Struck Item. Tbo coal ship menu of our coal region last week amounted to 45,701 tons, and fur the same week last year, 31,&70-being a gala (soe Ub o) of 14,131. This looks like a restoration of the universal prosper ity previous to tbe foolish-compound-foolish strike. How much better Bum feel when t hoy are ai work than they da whils loafing. It Is Just as easy to be right as wrong In this eoal business, and wby do not all deport themselves accordingly f . - - m em Dt i'REZ A Hknnidict's Minhtrkls. This very excellent minstrel company played to a large, highly pleased audii-nce at tha Acade my of Mmie last evening. The overture and bulled singing are selections of gems, and the olio which IuII.jws Is full of fun and music. Tbe oMuediai.a aro of the bet men in tbe business Two or tt.rte new original burierques were pre eerttid te'l evnuing, and the enthusiasm of the audieneo knew no bounds. tVeee'jad ((Mio) Leader. Tbe above troupe will appair la Pie's Opera lloue, Clearfield, next Friday evening. Ad taiisioa li. 3j and iO cents Reserve! tickets now on sale at the l'otwce. Hkal Hr'xihrh: It tho vitiligo of Uullots keeps on it will make a real " pried" by next New Year's day. Tbe Courier of that place, last week, said : "ftloee lart March the nutoberof new dwelling hi.uses built on the Central and Rumbarger side of town has reached forty-three. The count was made by R J, Nicholson J r ,towhom w ire Indebted for the record. On tbe DuHols side lb a umber Is about fifteen, making la the neighborhood of sixty new bouses In three moRtbe quite a village ia Itsrlf. By tbe time Winter comes, if this rale continues, DuUols will I a trifle larger thaa It is bow." Robbery. A fellow named Frank Dtner was brought to town oa Monday night, by aa officer from Columbia, pa , near where Demer was arrested, and lodged in our Jail, charged oa oath of Joha Kotler, Sr., of this borujh, , with tbe larceny of money and cheeks to tbe atneuut of about $A00. Demer, with bis wife and child, had been making his home la Ko tier's family. and oneday last week he appropriated th money aforesaid and started for a more genial clime. He was pursued and oaf tared. We understand a portion of tb spoils were recovered. A bearing was ha I before 'Squire Howe on Tuesday Burning, and tbe prisoner was commit ted to await trial at the Court ef Quarter Sessions. -. m e ei - - Death of a pRirT. IUv. Father Walsh, pastor of the St. John's Cstboll Uhureb, at Alto.ua, died at bit rtsidenco la that city, oa Tuesday morning, June lib, aged sixty-one years. Th Jrt'g Tribute says he had been sick tor eoBM time past, tarlag received several slight paralytic stroke wltbla the past few years, and since lb beg Ion lag of the year bos been growing weaker from day to day. He was bm la th County of Watorfnrd, Ireland, Jan I4th, 1I1S, aad cam to this country Just before tbe terrible famlo of IStT brok ot. He 3rst lo cated la Pittsburgh, wbsra be was ordalaed a Priest by Bishop O'Connor, aod la 1S4S be moved I Holiday. berg. He built the Irst Catholic church ever erected la Altoona, aad tb convent and eh I me of aia bells at Hollidayeburg are alee th result of bis labor. About four years ago ha was transferred ! Altoona to succeed Rer. Father Tulgg, now Bishop of Pittsburgh. Oaerbls last public ecu was ta forward the fcoaey raited la Altooaa for th relief of the sufferers la Ire land. Hie life bas beea an aetlv one, and his demise will be a sad toe ts) hU Borrowing people, aad be deeply mourned by lb who) community , by whom he was bald la very high esteem. Bub Umbrellas, Parasols and Fans, Just received, at T. A. Fleck A Co.'s. aw Hny tho Solar Tip Bhoes for your ohildraa, at II. A. K raiser's, Clearfield. The beat thing out. Call and see them, II. Lehman & Co., tn tho Opera House, offer bargains Id Dry goods, Drees Goods, etc , etc. Half the ills of human life prococd from a torpid and disordered livsr. Submit to thova no longer willo "Hellers' Liver Pills' will cure you quickly, lie per boa. m m Hut Your Mux Now! Wo aro tho proprietors of a Saw M ill, complete to every par ticular, wbloh wc will sell very cheap. For par ticulars, addrest B. A. A W. D. BIOLBR, mcMftO-tf. Clearfield, Puna 'a. ... a Sick. The Altoona Ttibunt, of tho 10tb Inst., says : Presiding KlderSwallow has aot yet returned from tbewoit. While la attendance at tbe (leneral Cooferenoe he bad several attacks of Intermittent fever. He 1 now at his father's residence in Danvilla, Illinois, suffering from the disease. Hope he msy be speedily restored It health. ; . m e Puoi'krty Changing Hanuu. Jas. L. Leavy has purchased the briok residence and property on the corner of Secmd and Cherry streets, In this borough, occupied by Mr. Id. W. 0 rah am. Mr. (Jraham bas purchased a property at UrahatuloD, in Graham township, consisting of several hundred acres of land, and on which there Is erected a grist mill, saw mill, storehouse, and five or tlx dwelling houses. Mr. fl. will probably elore out IibuIdmi hire and occupy his new purchase in the near future. Placb Chanobo. Tho KxecutiTo Committee of tbe Juniata Valley Printers' Asso ciation held a mooting in lb Herald office, Ty rone, Pntardny the Sth, in it., and decided to hold tbe picalo at Roaring Springs, Blair county, in stead of Dell Delight. Of her business of minor importance was transacted, when the Committee adjourned to meet at Kbonsburg, Saturday, July lfth. Bands wishing to compete for furnishing the music are requested to send their teruti to .Mr. R. Conrad, McVeytown, liiWin county, Pa. Mkrm Hchooi.s. Wo aro informed that the Board of School Directors or Clearfield borough contemplate fitting up and repairing rooms in the old Academy butlding for one addi tional (ani probaSIy twj) school, there not being sufiieieot room ia tbe Leonard (J reded School building to comfortably accommodate the rapid inareasc of the Juvenile population fa our midst. There aro six schools Dow established in tbe borough, composed of nearly seventy scholars each, Tbe change will be made in time to open the lubool with the regular term next Fall. mm - Style. Tbe apoingof city manners by country towns is always an expensive luxury. Williuuisporr, AUuoaa atti Look llavaa can bear dear leflimooy in tils matter. To illustrate practically, we copy the number of mills incited on property lu Look IUvcd for latin, ni follows : City tax B mills Hood tax U mills Poor tax 9 mills Htreet tax - 6 mills Water tax 14 mills Fire tax '. - mills County tax. S mills Total 04 mills The Gas tax Is not included In tho above. It will be observed that the tax rate reaches nearly 6J per cuut. of the arsctsed value of their prop- - Harry Knulimi, thk Outlaw. Wo bare what we consider reliable information that English, tho Caledonia murder or, lcot two nights lat woeL on a branah of the loner Sinue maboning. He was well 'armed, had plenty of money, and waa not at all backward about talking of the murder. Hu also showed the scar on his leg where the ball grjicd when he was shut at as be was esetipli'g from the scene of the murder. Kngli-h stated that he had slept but ooe night, and said he would never be taken alive. When be left be stated be was going to Kettle Creek. Kngliih Is well known both on the Siunemahoning and on Kettle Creek, and either be was oa the Sinnemahonlng last week, or be has friends there who are endeavoring to shield him by petting officers en the wrong track. Pallet CuuHlif Enterprite, Pennsylvania Editorial Kxcuu- ii on .The annual excursion of the Pennsylvania Editorial Association has been fixed for the week beginning on the 19 In Instant. The mom b on of tbe Association are to readesvoua at Williams port, on the evening of that day, and will pro ceed on the 2ythto Welkins ' Ulen, where the day will be spent. On Wednesday there will be an excursion to Pen Yen, Keuka Lake, Hammonds port, etc., and on Thursday tbore will prob.ibly be an excursion on Sen oca Lake, with the annual dinner of the Association in the evening. On Friday the party will return homeward. This will make, without a doubt, a Tory pleasant trip. In 187t, and 1872 the Association rendeavousci at Williamsport, going in the former year to Watkina Glen, and In the latter to Erie and the Oil Regions. Both excursions were extremely satisfactory, and led to the subsequent ones which the Association has taken. Tb arrangements Bow, as heretofore, aro In the hands of Mr. R. B. Menamin, of Philadelphia, tbe flenretary ani Treasurer, which Insures that all will be well managod. Exchange. A Monster Locomotive. The rail road shops at Altoona have recently turned out some large engines. The Harrlsburg Patriot, of Friday last, gives tha following description of ono of them: "Yesterday th Johnstown ir- presswbioh arrives in this city at half past 1 P. H. was brought from Altoona by a mammoth engine. Thisnglnj ll labelleJ No. 1 and weighs 90,201 pounds. It contains eight driving wheels and Is modelled after th Modoc freight engine. It was built in the Altoona shops during tbe month of May and li supposed to be capable of great speed. Tbe engine will draw fast passenger train on the New Jersey division of the Pennsylvania railroad between Philadelphia and New York. It ii calculated that the new eagin will run ninety-six milei In ninety minutei. A new feature I the forward coupling attachment, which works by means of a chain and pulley whioh ara manipulated from tb cabin. Th engine was brought to Harrisburg oa Its first (rip by Kngineer Fuuk, asiiited by two fireman, A itopof twentr-mlnutes was mei'e her for the purpose of oiling up, and while Stan ling Id the depot th engine was viewel by a large number ot persons. Hauula. In the Dullois Courier of last week, w find the following description of this pieturoqu village, In II us I on township, this county. The Courier myt: "Sabula ll a sninll cluster of house at the summit of the mountains where tb Low tirade Divlsioa of the A. V. R. R paisce from the eastern to the west ern waters. It Is entitled to notoriety on several account e, tbe moat noticeable being th railroad tunnel, wblob Is nearly 2,000 feet la length and 'a arched the entire way, making one of the most stupendous pieces of masonry la tbe State, If not In the Union. When the tunnel wae opened the look, was very firm aad promised to be dura ble, bnt a ibort eipneur to tb air rendered it a friable aa dry clay. Tbe consequence was frequent 'eave-lns' which resulted in th arch lag above mentltntd. Tbe village ii nleety lo cated. Its foundation being chiefly a fill mude In dumping tbe earth from tbe tunnel. A net li porUnt mlsslea far th earth, however, was th building of a high breast float tid to side of th valley through which Sandy crock flow, making a dam about thirty feel high, aad held lag a large head of water. Tb pond thus formed I a small lake, and Ie clear aad beautiful as any Clearfield man ware to see. Fine flewi nr afforded from th mountain aummlt a Ijacent, and for a picnic party a spot more convenient and desirable could u round. OLD PRINTERS. Col. Levi L. Tate, tb veteraa editor of tbe Williamsport Sum, while en a visit her ft few week ago, called upon bis old friend, and In alluding to him la bis lest week's Issu remark : "Ki Gov. W. Bigler. of Clearfield, I now and has been for several months past, eon fined to bis boo by Indispnltion. We called upon bim last week when la Clrnrfield, to pay a social visit to aa old and co-editor with us, over fifty years sloco, la that then aim est o improved town, but now one or ine neatest, most beautiful highly pMperous boroughs ia western Psaatylvn nla, and found our eld printer colleague, th Kl- llovernor and Kx-Toiled Slates Seuator. la boor health, but la excellent spiriu, and appeared to enjoy, in a high degree the visits of bis friends, and were pleased to near him speak fluently and iatellirenily ejpoi tbe eveetc of th times aod cenditioB of the affaire ef ear Bute awd Nalieo, evincing la tketr vifor and uurltv a lib Is wel known ckaraeleriltles of a dignified statesman, patriot aad Christie a gentleman. Gov. Bigler waa oae el me principal pioneers aad most en' trrprlslfig citlieas of Cleat field eowaiy, having loeaieo tner over a air a century Bgo,wna tn his minority, aad where he established .and published the VIearAeld iMmoermt, and ha done Bauoa dur ing his active, enterpriilng and aaeful life to on a nee that section irons aa almost BBcnltlvalei wt Memoes into a highly Improved and prosperous eeuntv, aow well settled with a (arc Bonn ration or thrifty farmers, retain lag during all tbe years of his eventful life, aa unsullied repute lien for fidelity, ebaritv and obristiaait. aad aow, ago of sisty-sli years, appears to have the armor on, and Is ready to depart to hll bom beyond ib eootag rue i ibis rnenging world. Call and soo T. A. aaw Lawa and Buntings. Flock & Co.'s A now invoice ot Hats and Honnots at U. Lehman A Co.'s, la Pie's Opera House, II. A. Krateor is agent for Richard- sea's Elmlra Boots and Shoes, and Carlisle fine shoes for ladles. Ladies call and look through our Millinery Department before buying elsewhere. Our prices are low. Respectfully, T. A. Flick A Co, Dr. Ashley M. HUM, of this placo, we nr Informed, baa donated a lot of ground situate In "Hillsdale," adjoining Clearfield bor ough on th Kast, to th Sohool Board of Lawrcao township, upon whioh will be erected a school house for the accommodation of all children Ht in tb township la that vicinity. Soo a woman on horseback in another column, riding Bear 8 peer's Vineyards, with bunch or Grapes from which P peer's Port Grape Win la made, that la highly esteemed by tbe medical profession for th as of invalids, weakly, parsons and th aged. Sold by B. W. Graham, Druggist, Clearfiald, Pa. Jly-U-'JU tf. Tho New. Singer Skwino Machines for 930, Each with castors, drop leaf, throe drawer, half cabinet, wind bobbins without run ning machine, and Warranted for Five Years. Remington Machines, same description, 93ft bob. New Centennial, $16 each. Call before buying elsewhere. J. B Uaribb, jolfl.4t Clearfield, Pa Harosma is commended by chemists, physicians, scientific men, and all who have tested It merlta aa a our for liver an J kidney com plaints. Ask your druggists for it. Prepared at E. K. Theuipson's laboratory, Tltusvllle, Pa. For sale by all druggisU la Clear Held, and Joseph Seyler A Son, Lutben- burg, Pa. 2t f. A. Fleck, oi tho firm of T. A Fleck A Co., baa Just returned from New YorB and Philadelphia, after purchasing a large stock of Summer goods, embracing tho latest sty lei In Lawns, Buntings, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Fans, and a large new let il Winery. Among the latter, are some cholo new style. W invite oar lady patron to call aad see for themselves. No trouble to show goods. Respectfully, T. A. Flbcr A Co. New Dailt Stage Link. James L, Leavy ba succeeded in baying a dally mall estab lished between Clearfield and Pcnnfield.and will hereafter run a daily elge between the two points. Hll contract began with April 1st, and the stage will leave Clearfield every morning (except Sun day) at S o'clock, making connections with all trains on tbe Low Grade Railroad at Pen nil eld, re turning after th last train the same evening. Pasiengerssnd freight will be carried at low retoi. Order left at any of the hotels will be attended to. loapr7V-ll Planth! Krnest Hook wishes to announce to oitlsens in the vicinity of Clear field, Curwensville, and elsewhere, that be baa on band a variety of first-elaa cahbags and to mato plant for transplanting. He has also celery, pc'per,oaullflower,egg plants, all of the best improved varieties. He has alio a fine assortment or flowering plant! for disposal. Call at bis Green House, on Front street, and get Informa tion In regard to quality end price. No trouble to show you around. Orders by mall promptly attended to. Address, Ernrit Bock, may-IB St Clearfield, Pa. TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. In accordance with Article Ninth of the Const! tntlon of lb (J ram ni an Temperance I'nion, l convention of the Societies forming said Union 11 le held at the friends meeting house, Grampian Hills, on Saturday, June IVtu. Addresses will be delivered as follows : " Pro hibition Its ResulUand Probability," by 0. A, Woods ; M License, and tbe Outlet of the Hlate,' by Davis C. Smith ; " Literature as a Factor In Temperance V) or ay by Joiin iiusseji ; " i ne u Al lot as a Means of Defense," by Colonel James Miller; M Tb Colt of License," by David Hoyt address 1T Rer. George LeSdy, of Clearfield Temperance orationi by Flora Miller and K. O W id em I re. - Two session will be held, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. and S P. M., tbe exercise to b interspersed with appropriate music All menus or lemporano are eoraiany ia- vited to com and assist in giving tbe Temper ance ban a roil, importunities tor remarxs on th above subjects will b given after they ar opened. Uy order of tbe Committee. noLAflrtrf. m pricks. Amis Moobb, E. M. Davis. Tub Best, Tho wonderful returns made by the Equitable Life Asiuranc Society Illustrated by th many Utters expressive of satisfaction, written by the polloy-holdcn to tb company. Tha following Ii a fair example : YuRK, Main, March 3d, 188 V. Ci.ARK, Esq., Agent, Portland. Dear Mir t I note with pleasure the remit of my insurance by tbe Equitable Assurance Society under my Tontine policy, No. I bavepaid 9:1,079.0 i, and for this you bar carried an Insur ance of 9,fltu on me lor eleven years, and you now offer me, cash J,434.ai), or Jin, J 6 more tbaa I bare paid you. Scoffers at life insurance should not these result and Insure in the Equitable. Your truly, iirhrt nouLToa. With such dlvidendi It ia not curprliiug that lb Equitable doci so larg a business. All it policies become Incontestable after three yean, and no company In the country ha ao wide a reputation fur the prompt and full payment of death clalmi. i R. M. McHnally, District Agent, Clearfield, Pa. OfBoo ia Snew'i Row, inay-lfl-4t Show Day. Ono ol tho largest crowda of people that baa aiaembUd in Clearfield si no th Fourth of July, I8J8, collected about , our streota on Friday last, to wltneii tbe ex bib I- , tlons of Welsh A Sands' railroad show. A wreck on th main line of tb Pennsylvania Railroad, ! between Tyrone and Huntingdon (th show com-1 ing from Huntingdon here) delayed tbe arrival of tbe show trains until eleven o'clock A.M. Ia tbe meantime nearly everybody within a radios of twenty-four miles, accompanied by their unclis, aunts, cousins, neloei, nephews, and fellows with their sweethearts, put In an appearance, arrayed In various style and gaudy colore Th parade passed along our street at t o'clock, and ooa-J aisled of two brass bands stationed at a distance from each other In tbe line ; number ot closed ' cages, up oa several ef which were Mardl Iras Images, wearing groleiqu and ludicrous masks; four It ladixns on horseback j performers, male d fsmelc, mounted ; clown riding a mulcj a herd of dromedaries; two elephants, one large and on small ; ponies ; motor of tb electric light, and tb itcam piaoo bringing up th rear. Th performance! In tb after noon aod evening were up to tbe general average. Thoeloctrlc light In th aiming waa a success, and shone with th brilliancy of star ef tb Irst magnitude. It was greatly admired by ail who gated at It. A great many of our eliiiens went te ao th electric light alone, not oaring anything about tha remainder of tbe exhibition (J), some having often witnessed similar performances, white others, of course, never did csr fur anything of that kind j but they were o highly atrtaiod by th electric light that thry did net seem to tire in til the scat were lakea out from beneath them to b packed for Phlllpsburg, autwlthstaadiog tb Interior of th teat wa oppressively warm. A BAD CASE CURED. Frrdoria, N. Y.. June T. 1873. Da. M. M. FaBa, Dear Sir: I bad boa sick about eight years with aa effeetioa by physicians called Scrofula. my inroat wa maturating cere, mypaiate had been eaten out, my aose, face and forehead had discharging sores. My hdy sad limbs had deep eating ulcers satending aearly to th boo. I was reduced In Ansa to a were skeleton, i was in tble dreadful condition when I began tha aa of your Blood and Liver Remody and Nerve ionic tn MflV, I look It nearly a year, though to all appearance I was well withia thro months after beginning It. I feel as well and strong now aa 1 ever did. 1 oars truly, jono-0 IL MRS. ANNA ADAMS. Dr. Fenner'e Blood and Livr Remedy and Nerv Toni may well be called "The conquer ing hero" ef tb times. It I tb medical triumph of tha age. Whoever hae "the bines" should take R. for It regulates and restore! th disordered stem that gives rice to then. It always euros Bilioasnes and Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dys pepsia, Constipation, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleea Enlargements, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pino pies, Blotch ud all ekia Eruptions aad Blood Disorders t Swelled Limbs and Dropsy i Sleeplessness, Impaired Narva aod Nottobi De bility Restores fleck aad streagtk when th aye- tea ta rut n log dowa of going late deeliai caret Fcrnaw Waknae and Cbroak Rheumatism, and relieve Chroal Bioackitls, aad all Lang aad Throat diSeullle. It do the at things by strtk ing at th root or dleease and removing Hi can see. Dr. Faaacr'i Improved Cough Hooey will ro ller any cough la on hour. Try a tarn pi bottle at tea on is. Dr. Fanner's Ueldea Relief cares any pain, a Tooth ache, Neuralgia, Colleer Headache la five k thirty minutes, and readll) relieve! llheumn tlsBs, Kidney Complaiat, Dlarhosa, tc. Ir, Fsanar'f St. Vltaa Dane Ppcclfie, Oa bottl alwaya euro. Fr tabi by tlartfwlek A Irvla, Druggist, CroarSeld, Pa, Bog.i7.tr. COURT PROCEEDINGS. JtTIB TERM, 1880 THIRD WBSK. Th t ..iiAurament. Oeurt convened on Monday, June Tth, Judge Orvl. Ogdea and Holt an the Bencb. Wm. M. Bloom, G. W. Rsi and Harry Hemp hill were appointed lip Hares, W. D. Irvln tb. R. 0. Thompson, No. lOKun Term, 1NR0. Feigned Isiu. This ease, having been continued from last ek, wa ordered to head of Hit for eeooud wk of September term next, and peremptory order for trial at that time. AROtTUR" UST. John Gilpin, assignee, t. Cbura, Baum A Nicholson. Exceptions to Auattors report. Ex ceptions suitalnwl.aud rerortor Auditor reversed. James T. Leonard Charles Shaffer. No. 47 January Term, 177. Rule to show oauna why In quisition and Vwd, Ex. should not be let aside. Rule discharged. f. U. MrN ial s. Allison nan, no. m Juno Term, !8m0. Rule for Judgment for want of sufficient affidavit of defence, nuie aisenargeo. Commonwealth vs. Paul lesooe. n. ll J an Session, 1H80. Larceny. Motion for new trial argued, and opinion of the Court to b given on July 13th. QUARTS! aRlRIOKI aoAB HATTBRS. p.Htinna At nitlaaus of Glrard townshin. ta set aside order to open road from Wolf run to Kr thuu, and allow application to ho presented for Jurposeof re lew, and te vacate and supply. May A, it ii ordered that tbe Supervisor of Glrard township auspend all further proceedings in th opening or tho within described road, by virtue of tbe order In their hands, until further order of tb Court, June 10th, upon due consideration the foregoing order, mad May 2olb, is hereby annulled and rescinded. Petition to view, vacate ana supply a road in Girard lownshiD. via : To vacate all that certain road beginning at or near the mouth of Surveyor' run to a point at or near the mouth of Bald H Ills run, and to anpnly the lame, by viewing aad lay in ir out a road ben Inning at or near a point where the Clearfield and Kartheu road now crosses Surveyor's run, by the nearest and best rent, to a point at or near wnere saiq roau crosses onia Hillirun. Read and considered, and Wm. D. Bigler, A. B. Sbaw and J. A. L. Plegal, appointed viewers. Petition to vacate and supply a portion of road leading from Burnside to New Washington. Rea l, and Thomas W. Moore, James Wetxel and James llevera were annoioted viewers. Petition to vacate and supply road In Burnside townibip.betweea liurnsidc aud ThouiasMitchell's farm. Read, and T. W. Moore, James a. Wctiel and Jam Beyers appointed viewers. Petition for reviewers to review road from Home Camp school house, In Union township, to road leading irora mnierouru 10 hwiwtmh, a a point noar the Huston township line. Read, and George C. Kirk, Martin Lutberand Charles Ocbwem appointed viewers. 1'stition lor view were to lav cut nubile road, leading from Ilom Camp school bouw, la Union townshin. to Wlntcrburn. In Huston township. Read, and GeorgO C. Kirk. Martin Luther aud Charles Schwern appointed viewers. Petition to vacate and supply portions of public road leading from Curwoncville to Cherry Tree. Read and considered, and B. F. McC'loskey, Jobn 0. Conner and David Mitchell appointed viewers. Petition for public road from Rocky Rond (on road leading from Curwensville to Burnside), to intersect a public road leading irom n. v. j nnmp son'sto O. A A. Dougherty's. Read, and E. L Miller, James 0. Heety and Samuel McUhee ep pointod viewers. I'Mitinn to vacate and lui.nly public road, lead ing from public mod at R. C. Thompson's, in Greenwood township, to O. A A. Dougherty's, In Hell township. Read, and E. L. Miller, James O. Ileaty and Samuel McG hoe appointed viewer petition of oitixeuaof Punn township, for ap- nninimtnt of vlcwerc to vacate a publio road leading from a point on the Punxsutawnay road at or near Thomas Wain's mill, to a point at or near George Harttshom's, on old Kittanning road. In said township. Read, and S. r. Mo Cloikoy, David T. Sharp and John I'enii ap nnlntj.il viewer. Petition of citiiens of Bradford township, to vacate and supply a publio road which baa been recently laid out, and opened In part, leading rmm m. notnt near the residence of W. P. e hi rev to the Susquehanna river, near tbs mouth of Den run- to vat-ate that part of said road beginning at tbe north lido of Milton Sbirey'l farm, and ending at the said river, near toe taoutn oi pen run. and iurtl'IV tnat pitri oi sam roiw to poini near Rock Lick road. Read.end S. F. McCloskey, John L. Pearco and J. b. Morns appointed viewers. Petition of citiiens of K art haul township, to vactte and supply that part of the public road In said township, leading from a point oa line of John Reiter, dee'd, to a point on public road lead inff tn Halt Lick, and on line between lands of R. C. Krldeens and John Reiter, dco'd. Read, and Charles Schnars, Wm. H- lleicbel and Andrew Rankin appointed vie wen. BO A 141 COB Fl KURD Bl II. Report of viewers, laying out a public read from nrar Isaac Weaver, ib Hell townsMp, w in tersect the Punxsutawney road near Doiomon Praia's, in said township. Report of viewers, laying out a public road from th old Kersey road to Simon Lahorda'e line, ia Bloom township. Report of viewers, vaoaticg that part of road leading from tb Erie turnpike to lb old Kersey mad in Bloem township. Report of viewers, reviewing and supplying public road leading from a point near Madera bridge to S. Uagerty's flouring mill ia Woodward tsiwnahii). Roport of viewer, laying out a publio road from a point on the Iloutidale and Pareoosvill township road near Philip Henard'l butcher shop, to a point near tb public school house, near Whitehead's colliery. Report of viewers,vacating public road in Penn township, leading from a point on th Penan eld and Lu Iter burg pike, at or near tsaao l. epea cer'e, to tbe public road at or near r onton Spen cer's sawmill. Report of viewers, laying out a public road In Bell and Greenwood townships, leading from near George Dickey's, in Greenwood township, to township road noar r reidline a, id veil townsnip. Report of viewers, vacating that part of public road leading from Erie tnrnpike, in Bloom town- ahin. to Hv or s sawmill, tn said towosDiD. Keport ol viewers, musing to lay out a puunc road from at or near H, L. Weaver's, in Brady township, to John neiter , jr., en lana oi a. u. Weaver and Joha Reiter, Jr., and other ; and from theno by aearest route to Intereeot public road leading irora ft is here gristmill to iianiei Frver'e, tn Bell township, on lands of D. Rlsbel, II. W. Weaver, and others. Report of viewere.appo.nted to layout a public road leading fromapoiotoD tba McPhersoo road, In Lawrence township, oa line between George Gulich and Wm Brocius'e, to a point on the Laalcb road at tb top of tb bill, and to vacate that oart of road now in us, refusing to vacate said road ; but recommend that "tbe steep part of the road aaked for b vaaated and suppuad. Report of viewer, laying out a public roM ib Lawrence township from intersections of Clear field and Williams street, in West Clearfield, to the river road. aaroRTS confirm an arboluibly Reports of viewers, vacating and mpplylng road leading from u. as key s tu jrairmouni scnooi house, ia Covington township. Report of viewer, laying out a public road leading from tbe line of th borough of lloutsdal at tho Western terminus of Elisabeth street, to the Catholic cemetery, in Woodward township Report or viewers, vacating and supplying portions of road between Thome Hills and Ueo. Davis' In Hogg township, to at or near Wilson Hoover e, in said lownibip. Report of viewers, laying out a public road from a point at or near Ii. G. AnderioB'(( In Bloom low n snip, to a point at or near l homes Bum a. in raid to-vnrmp. HIICRLl'ARBori. Ia R Report of viewers, laving out a publlu road from the lino ot tbe borough of Uoutsdale, at tbe Northern lerminu of Good street, to the residence of Michael Leech, on road leading from Iloutidale borough to Usee an Colliery, in Hood-, ward township. Exoeption filed. Confirmation absolute refused. Sbadrach Stanley cl al. presented their peti tion for th appointment of viewer to a sens damages on private rad leading from G inter road, at East end nf GulU'b townxbip, to l'hilips burg road, no.ar the residence of R. B. McCully, la eatne township. Read, and Wm. Nevliug, James Davis, C. K. McDonald, Joseph McCul. lough, B. G, Davie and Samuel H. Llptoa ap pointed viewer. Keport oi viewers, assessing uamagea on roe a leading from S. T. Uenderaen'l planiug mill, In Woodward township, to th village of Ramey, In Gulich township, to the property of Michael Mo Mahon. Filed and confirmed ni es. W. M.Selfrldg r. Sarah Sslfridg. No. 10. June Term, 1H8V, Bubpu-a la divorce, Oscar Mitchell appointed Commissioner to take testi mony. Matilda Miller vs. Levi Miller. No. 438, March Term, 1877. Bubpcrua in divore. Frank A. Fleming appointed Commissioner t take testi mony. ORPR ABI COIBT. Oscar Mitchell, Esq., was appointed Auditor to distribute th balanc ia hands of James MeOea, nr., Administrator of Mary J, Davidson, dee'd. S. T. Brockbunk, Esq., we appointed Auditor to distribute th moneys ia th bands f tb Ad- ilnlstrator of Isaac Thompson, deo'd. Frank G. Harris, Ksq , was appointed Auditor to distribute mousy la tLe bands of tb Adminis trator of James Riddl, dee d. Oscar Mitehell, Esq., was appointed Auditor to distribute money ia ths hands of lb Admin istrator of Hohcrt l ouog, dec d. Retara of th sal of real aetal ef Mary Bobbins, Ut of Greeoweod township, dee d. Filed and confirmed. Return of th sal of real estate of Divld A Cat he art, deo'd. Filed and confirmed. Return of tb sale ot real stta of Alexander Southard, (at of Clearfield borough, dee d. Con firmed . Margaret Laniberry, Executrix of Benjamin Laasberry, dee'd, presented her petition for tb sal of real estate of said decedent, for the pay meat of debts, and an order was granted. Return of the sal of tb real estate o( Richard Sbaw, dee'd. Filed atid eon armed. AOPOfRTB OoxriRKBO. Act ennt of Robert Wltherow. (laardiao of Jas. Gulllam, minor child of John Gulllam, late of knot township, tleameid Co., re., deceased. Fiaal aeeonnt of James Mo Murray, Guardiaa of Orln G. Irvln, miaor sob of Wm. C.-Irvia, late f Burasid, Clearfield Co., Pa., dee d. Aoeoaut of William A. Berr, Administrator or the tat or Mary 6, Birr, late of Clearfield boroucB. Pa., deceased. Final account of David Reams. Guardian of Miles A. Kirk and Thomas Kirk. Ir.. minor heir of Wm. Kirk, late or Brady township, Clearfield eounlv. Pa., deceased. AecvBBt of Joha B, MrKlernea, Advlalitrat or C. T. A. f th estate ef Mile Davis, lata of lleeearle townsnip, vivarneid to., fa,, dee d. Final account r Henry Worts, Administrator of tbe estate or iiBria Troy, late Hlooi townahln. Clearfield count v. Pm. . deeeeaed. Viael asooHBt ef Joseph U. Brelh. Admlalatra. tor of tbeeetateof Christies Nf, late ef New Waaftlagtow, uiearneiu eeuary, Pa,, decease. Final account of Dr. J. G, Harts wick, Kxeoutor of tbe estate of Joba Beaumont, late of Lawrone township, Clearfield eounlv, Pa deceased. Final account of David Uiichlng, Adratalstra tor of tb eetale ef WUIUra Hitching, late of Bradford township, Clearfield Co., IV, deo'd. Aoooant or Inventory of th goods, chattels ana real Mtate, whioh were or Wm. L. Rishel, late or Law ran o townshin. Clearfield oountr, Pa., deo'd. elected, appraised and sat apart fur th us of U en r let la U. ntsnai, widow Ol saia aeoeusau Final account of Antbonv Hit and Susan Yeung, Administrator and Administratrix of tb state of Hbrt Tonog, late of La ruber city, Clearfield county, Pa. deceased. Final aeoo-jot of Thomas Pifer, Administrator of th estate of Wm. Sloppy, lat of DuBoia, Clearfield county, Pa., deceased. Final account of A.W.Young, ene of th Admin istrator! of tb estate f William Williams, lata of Jordan townshin. Clearfield Co.. Pa., deo'd. Final account or J. w, rotter, tsuaruian oi Caroina Ourley, minor heir or Jam Curley, late of Karlneus township, Clearfield cuunly, Pa-, deoeased. Court adjourned on Thursday afternoon until Ju.. 13th. Scroi'u la of thirty years Btanding has besn cured by "Dr. Lindiey'i Blood Search- " Bold by all druggists, . Ladies, call at II. Lehman Si Co.'h for your Hat and Bonneti. They alwayi bav tba latest styles. A Fact. Ao aavertiseraentlnsertod la the Rbpcblicar will reach more readers than If published In all the other papers In th conn ty,and oost th advertlsei lose than one-half In other words, an advertisement published la our jcumal ii worth double the price of that charged by any other publisher in the county. It Is a fact." tf. Farmers, Look Here I Lytlo will glvo you highest market prices for Wheat, Oati, Corn, Buckwheat, Butter, Egg, Onions, Apples, dried fruits, and all kinds of produo. He bas th largeat and beat selected stock of groceries, tea, coffee, molasses, spices, oil salt, sugar, queensware, tubs, buckets, baskets, churns, Ac, in Clearfield county. He buys bis goods In large quantities from manufacturers and flnt bands for cash, and takes tbe advantage of all discount, and so bo la enabled to sell at lowest prices. He gives cash prices for produce,and sells bli goods at th lowest prices in tbe county. sept-24-79tf Clearfield Coal Trade. State ment of Coal and other frelghti sent ovr th Tyrone A Clearfield Division, Pennsylvania Rail- road, fur the week ending June 6th, 1889, and tbe lame time last year : COJtk. For the week H Sam tim lastyaar H.. Increase.. , Previously during year Same time last year Decrease Total In 180 Same time last year Decrease othbb pbbiobt. Lumber Miscellaneous freights cars. ..110 Special a. Bi ll for Bali ! A cross-bred Alderny and Jersey DULL, thre years rid, Address, for further particulars, William Wbltt, uvI2.3t. Hook tan, Pa. Miruiwf's. Etc. All persons Banting a first class Sewing Machine should buy th New Im proved Liabt-Runnina; Weed, for sale by John 8. Beers, Clearfield, Pa., or Miles R. Beer, dealer in Machines aod Orgaus, tteynoiiavllie, I a. may ivtu-ni RuooiRS Fob Salb. R. Newton Shaw keeps a full sunnlv of Fredonia BuiRies and Flatfoi wagons lor sai. lo oa seen at ine nnaw iioue yard. Call on or address him at Clcurueld Penn j I van la. may 18-tf, Waktrd. 600,000 14-feet shaved hoops, deliv ered at the railroad, In car loads of 8,0u0, at all nolnU on tho Tvrona A Clearfield, P. A K., Raid Eagle Valley, and Pennsylvania Railroads, for which I will oav tbe niftiest market price. w. r. it rawer, OctIC, 187S-tf. Clearfield, Pa. OMR) Ilt'BDBBO PRB CrBT. DISCOUNT ON OLO pRira. Sewing Machines can now be purchased at Mem-H's tin and variety store, from $A& Bp wards. All kinds of sewing machine! repaired on th shortest notice. Clearfield, Pa., July 18, 1877. Collrctob'b Balrr ! Wa bare prepared a form, and have oa hand large quantity, of blank "Collector's Sales," which bav beea ap proved by th highest legal authority lit lb Court! of thie county. At Ttmeuty Cent per doaon we will mail any number to tb Collector ordering them. A Collector, when compelled to advertise property, must post up not less than thre notices In th most publio places In his borough or township. if WaaTin. Delivered at tbe Rail Road. 100,000 26.nch ihaved ihinRlei. 100,000 il lnch lawed ihingloi. 100,000 feet of pine bnardi. 000,000 It-feet ihaved boopl. 0,000 railroad tin. oO,0(iO fret of good hemlock boardl. For whiuh I will nav tha hiabeit market price, delivered at Clearfield, or at any point on tba Tyrone A Clearfiold Railroad. J. F. Kiuma, Clearlield, Pa., Oct. 16, 1878 tf. lust lleeeivwl. Just Rccfliveil by ARNOLD, nl CURWENSVILI.K : Car Load Nova Bcolia rioslor! Car Load pure Corn, Ry and OnU Chop I Cur Load Pookcn Siih 1 Car Load of Choico Family Flour 1 Car Load Dry Goodd, Grocorio,4o.l Wrsinniflen, jjarK. si. li. Tioi anu Gritio will ba tukon In exchange. Curwonsvillo, May 1, 1878. CLE ARFTELD MASKETS. C-BAHTIILD. Pin Juu 16, URO. Flour, per cwt. . Buckwheat Flour, per cwt... Corn Weal, par cut Chop, rye. per cwt , Chop, galled, per cwt Bran, per cut Wheat, par bushel , Rye, per bushel , Oats, per bushel Cora, ears, per bunht.... Buckwheat, per bushel- Clover seed Timothy seed Potatoes, per bushel Apples, per bushel Onions 1 80 I 00 1 YO 1 40 1 00 1 2t 16 60 CO fib 6 T5 I 76 ftO AO I Ot) Ham., if( uousd Hhoulder, per pound 8 16 50 10 10 S tb lb uried ifcei. per pound Chtrkeus. per pair Butter, per pound Keiis, per doten Bait, per each, larre Coal Oil, per frail on l.aru, per poun liried Apples, per pound.... Dried iVeehes, per pound... Deans, per bushel 10 f 12 3 00 IMarrlra. M0ORKHRAD JORDAN. lo Clearl.lJ, on Thondav, Jun. 10th, UK0, by Rev. Ueorge Leldy, Mr. John W. Meorebead and Mm l.ru,., A. Jordan, both of Lumber City, Clearfleld ooonty, Pa. KN0LIBH KKPnART At Ibe offioe of tho oflelating Jn.tiee, In ClearOeld, Friday. Juno llth I8rt0, by 0. Howe, Kiq., Mr. Joha M. Kngliih, ofOreheiu townihip, and Mill Mary K. Krpbart, of Brad lord towniblp, Ulaarlald eauaiy, ra RKKCI ALLKMAN. Ia tha Firri Praeby- tariaa Church, at Alt.ooa. on Tharidav, June 10th, 180, by Rev. M. N. Cornelia., ur.ntiae Raeee, of Deeatur uwaibip, Cleerleld oonoty, and Mill Kate Alleman.of A I loom, Pa., formtrly at Olaarlald Monty, Pa. NKWKLL LI'CAS I. WllllamiporL ow Thunday, May I7lh, 1880, by Rav. J. Kilts Ball, Mr. Thomal J. newell, or Ulearaeld, ra., pn. Mill Clara D. Lueai.el W illlaaaiport, Pa. WALK.-In Curwensville boroob,M wd"e day nornlnir, Jun Vtb, IRaO, lllobtrd H. Walk, aeed 40 years and IS daje. BAKR. Near Glen Hope, on Monday, June 71b, 1M0, Johnnie B. Itaer, eon ef Uvl Ilaer, Ked I years, 9 months and S da vs. grm gifli'fitlsfmfats. OIIO nlmllRIja, neorta Weaver A C. il. want fir. thc.nd buahall of OATS, sow, and will pay eain or produce. ClearnelJ, l'a-, A.g. ll, iej it. TO FARMERS t t wish ta Inforso lb Fanners of rieatileld eounty, that I am th naauraolurer of W a color's patent Railway tbata llOUSErOWElt, With Threeber aud OIanrt of on or two hers Dvr. Par further particulars addreee th adersiened at BloomsbMrt. Celunbia county. call upon F. M. CAHDON A BRO.. Arnle, In Clcarneld Pa. J M. I1ULSH1.1.K. June Id, 1880 Sin. SprinSuiiiiiicr Millinery! To Mr Ccafouana arb Tin Pri.ie AT Lanon About Maturdav, April t4lh. 1 will retain from Philadelphia will. run tie oi Mii.uinr.ni HUObHof all kinds. With new faetlitl for do- ln business, I will simply say that I can Bow giv any ens toners tb bcoeflt of My advositajr in buying, styles and frlee throerboat the entire teasoai. sir, i . iisioub, CUarfleld, Va , April II, IMO Sa. $fw flvrrtijSfmfnttf. gUSQUEHANNA ILOUSH, CUBWENSV1LLE, riiMWA. M-Thli .Id .oi w.ll .iLllLh.J Ilol.l hu bB Uuwl by the aDJ.riiKD.il, .od n. fall 000 BJ.Bt ol r.ndln i.tiifulloD to lao. lo n7 p.trvDii. btw. (lood it.bliDK Dltbd. April 11, '60 l(. DIHMOLIITION OP PAHTNEHHIIIP. -.Th. part..r.blp h.r.tflfur .li.tlD. b.. (own b.vld U. W.lku ud I. II. W.lk.r, Id lb. luub.rln. bu.lD.,1, .to..w., diuolr.ti b. mutual oodi.dI oa tb. l.t 17 of M.jr. 1.6U. AU p.r- oni hirtDg el.tiDO aaactu.d ar. rcqoeatou lo nroacut tboro imioeillatvlr to .itbor or tli. untl.r Ijn.j. DAVID II. WELKKH, Or.h.mloo, !'., Juno , 1880-41. ADIHININTIt ATttK'N RIM ll li .-votioe , heroby itrBS that L.tlnor AdiaiDtitra lio. oo tb. ll FKANC1K M. VULTUN, lata o( UurD.ido towD.hlp, Claarfield oounty, Va.. dMuaod, ba.io, bMO duly raotad U lb. uodar- liiraM, all Daraool ma.oi.a w Mia wm ilaa Baka lumwllata paymaDt. and tbOM bav n. alaim. or d.Baodi oialoil tba aasia will pro- eot them proparly aathoDtioatrd for aatllfioiuit, wl.bo.1 d.l.y. JOHN K1MK, Patchlorllla, fa., Bay , mou oi.- IIMINIHTRATOR'P HOTICK fcotle is hereby given that Letters oi A dram is- t ration on th estate or Ainr,u lata of Ferguson township, Clearlield county, Pa., . Wtt. ben Jul urauted lo tbe uuder- ii..dl alt ncrsons Indented te said ete will pleas make immediate payment, and those hiv ing claims or demands against the same, oill nresent them properly authenticated for settle Lent without delay. JAMK3 II. IIILK, Aammi.iraior. Lumber Oily, Ta., Jon. ii, 18BU-0t." 4 lMimsrRATOH' NOTICE-NotlM A i. h.,.h .irra that l.olt.ra of A.lroini.- iraUo. on tba aitata of JOUN A. THOMPSON lata of Urady towniblp, Cl.arSald couoly, l'a., deoeaiad, baTiD baeo duly jrantad to tba undcrlgD.d, all paraoni Ind.hted to laid astato will ijl.aaa maka Immadlat. payment, and tho having elaliul or damand. agalD.t tha faoi. will proicnt tb.m propoily autliantloated for lettla- taeol wliiiout uaiuy. S ARAH ANN THOMPSON, MIUON ILIUOMl'SON, Admioiitratorl. Luthenburt, Pa , Juno J, 1880-61. ADMIMMTH ATOIt'H NO 1 ICE Notloa li h.reby iiM tbat l..tl.r. of Ailmlnli Ir.i.oa.o Ik.MUU.flSAltKLLALIDULIi.l.U of Jordan towniblp, Clearn.lJ oounty, Pa.,'dn'd, h..in l,..n dulv aranted to tba Dndariianad, all paraooa lodtbtad to laid atUla will plcaia mil. Immodlata paymant, and tboia bating olaimi or demand! afrainat tha lama, will preicnt them properly authenticated for erttlem.nt without delay. JAMBS HUNTER, Ailmioiitralor. ADaonrille, Pa., April JS, 1880 !. A IIDITOH H NOTICE-In tba OrpbaDi" J. Court of Clcarneld eounty, in lha mailer of tbe .itale ef Mary J. Uaridion, deemed, lata of Hell towmhip, Glenrueld county, ine unaer llKRed Auditor appointed by laid Court to dil tributa the balaooe of ajontj la lha banda ot Jai. Mctlea, Sr., adminiilrator of aaid oilate, among tbe penoui entitled thereto, glrea ootioa that he win allena lo toe uuiie. oi ot. aiioiMiutrH hii offlc, In ClearSeld, on Ti;K.SDAV, THK J2d HAY ok' JI NK. A. b.. IS.iO. at 3 o'clock P. M , when aod where all partial ioter.ited may attend. USCAHallli;ill!.Ll Auunor. Clearteld, June 2J-31. FXl'TOIt'8 NOTICE. Notice U bar. S bv fi.en tbit Lrtteri Teitementary on tbe e.tat. of JOHN POTTKH, lata of llrady Iowa ihip, Clearfield eounty, l'a., decerned, baring been duly granted to lb. underaigned, all par aoni indvbtcd to aaid eitatewill pl.uia make im mediete payment, and thoie having claim, or de mand! a-ainattbe lame will preaent them crop arly authtntii:ated for lettlement without delay. UliOlltlKC. KIKK. Utecutor. J.utheriburg, !'., JnelJ, leeO tt. pOK SALE. Tho underiigned will aell at private lala all that traot or pnreal of land lituate In Deeatar townihip, Clearlield eonnty, Pa., within a abort diitance of the Tyrone A ClearneW H. K., and adjoining laodi or Kobert lludaon and otnrn, and known aa the Jacob D. tJcarhert loL Tb. aid traet eoDtaining 60 acre! more or leu, with two vein! of valuable eoal thereon, baa alwut tu aerei elaared. and ii tha key to a large body of ooal about being developed. Will ba aold low and npo. eaiy urmi. ror pantcuiari, appiy o UAV1U Ut O.IVU110. Clawlold, P.., July 12, 176. FARM FOR SALE ! Tha undereioed will call at private sale, hie farm, located In Penn townabip.Clearfield oounty, l'a.. eon taming half of which is lu a good state of cultivation, with a frame dwelling, log barn ja thrifty orchard aud ao excellent spring of never failing water, together with the necessary outbuildings. Tbe portion not cleared is beamy timiierea, ana an s underlaid with ooal and Iron. It will be sold low and on oajy terms. For further information eall on the premises, or address tb subscriber at Urauipian Hills P. O. OWKN j. KhliNAN. u ramp. an tuns, June zi, inv-.tm. J"R TINWAKB, IIAHDiVAIIF,, and HOUSE FDRNISHINQ GOODS, .nd NEKDI.EM, ATTACUMKNTB AND PARTS, and all kinds of SEWING MACHINES, uo to O. B. UKRRELL, - Agont, CLEARFIELD, TA. Jena 1, '80-tf. ATTENTIONJFARIYIERS I IIIAVK returned to my old business, aad will be found at the Planing Mill office, on Pin street, CLAUFIILU, PA., where I will sell all kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, AND TUB CELEBRATED WOOD KOWEE 8S BEATEE, A large stock of which T hare always on hand. Also, 11 A V RAKkiS Mid all other machine used by tb Farmer, as well a materials for repairs. JHTI will aiehang tb abov trtlelee for CAfiH, GOOD BKtiP CATTLK, or SUKKP, As I contemplate butoberlng, and would be pleased to have the trade of the farming piiMlc. KLAM W. BKOWN, ClrsrflfM, IV, Juno 9, IflSO tf. OrpliniiH9 Con ft talc OF HY virtue of an order of th Orphans' Court of Clearfield eounty, the undersigned Kxeru triior the estate of UkNJAMl.N LANHBKHRY, Ute of Bradford towaship, Clearfield county, Pa , deceased, will sell at nllic sal, at tb house oc cupied by tbe family of th said Benjamin -ana-berry, la Bradford township, la aaid eounty, situate oa part of the premises, on Fridny, July 2(3,1880, AT '( LO( KP. M., All of th Interest of said estate lu the following described real estat. vie i ITo. 1. All tint cerlain tract of land sltuat ta Bradferd township, Clearfleld oounty, Pa., bounded and deecribed as follow i Begia ntnc at a vellew pine grub t tbene vast 1 1 6 per. ches to a whlto oak bush ; theno couth lib per. ohes, SBore or toes, to public rood j thenee along said public road H perches, more r leas, to th line oi aaia lann, ae wvigisiaiiy ms inoeo west along said original Uo U porohea, mor or less, to a post corner ; tbeno north V degrs west &l nerohe to a oost; theno aorth 64 deer ait Ht perches to a poet i tbaoeo north (04 par ches to yellow pine grutt, and piac oi begtanlng, con ta Id ing nk fcie 1 1 av HfcS, mora r leas, with a large Two-Story frame Hoaao, l.ere unnn, mnu vuww niu.m a,"..) ines tbereoa ewe ted, about 60 arres5- cleared, and A UOOD KHAKI NO ORCR. AKI),(eaceptingand rervingout ot tb 'j-y nut fonr acr, upoa which tb daughter of benjamin LansUrry, deceased, Uvea, and lo be run out ta a sqaer pieee, begtaaing en tb Ha of tba fare. ITO. 2. All that pioooortraptoUand adjoining tb abov, situate la Bradford town ship, onunty and Bute e repaid, bonnded aod described as follows, rls ; beginning at a black oakeorueri tbenoe north t degrees east .11 perches along public road to a post, at intersection of two public roads j theno south ft degree west SI Isrehes along public road to a pest ; thence south degrees west 10 perebes along ehurcb lotto a pst ; then tontb f degrooe eett 4i perehee to place of beglnning,oeotaiBing HI X A NO ON It HA LP AINUM, mora or leas, all cleared aad under fene. ITo. 3. All that tract or pioco of land situat la Bradford township, eouoty and Slato aforesaid, bounded and described as fellows, vis i Beginning at a white ak earner ea lino ef eld farm) theno aorth M percbe to a post i theno south W dagrwee eaat f p err he to stenoe ; theac south T pereb ta Waek ak grd j tbeaee west, partly along ha f aid farm, V9 perch ei, mora or less, te the place of beginning, ennlatn T A( HI Ani 1441 PKRI HKH, with about 1. nTM cloared lbora. -m:k.w or A.fatf:.- On third aih. aad tba be lao la to equal aaoual Darmanta, ith in ts reel after ewatirmatioo of sale, to b seeured by bond aad mortgag, or Judgment netKl. Enc'i of Kstat of Den) Lanabeny, doo'4. Jun 9 1-,ho .it. mm rtti pisrflUmroui ATTENTION FARMERS 1 WE HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SAT.E ONE CAR LOAD OF CHAMPION REAPERS & MOWERS. -A CAR LOAD OF THE FARMERS' FRIEND DOL'DI.K Font' E FKF.O GRAIN PIIIM., AND A CAU LOAD OF TITE ; TIGER AND THOMAS HAY RAKES, Tnn BEST SELF AND HAND DUMP RAKES IN Til R WORM), Wo nlso linve n lot of Heebncr's Level Tread Horse-Power Threshers find Clenners for one and two horses. Also Turnbull's Ohio Wafjons with Beveled Slioulder Spokes, which adds fully ono thitd additional Btrength to the wheel. Also Cortland Platform Spring Wagons, with two and three seats, and Open and Top Bug gies. Please give us a call before buying cls.cwhere. The above Articles will be Exchanged for Sheep, Cattle or Good Horses. F. M. CARBON $ BRO. Clearfield, Pa., May 2C, 18S0.2m. N. E. ARNOLD, O rr 3R. "W 3ES IV & XT X DL. X, JS WILL PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE TP O 3d 1,000 CORDS HEMLOCK BARK. 1,000 CORDS OAK BARK. 1,000 CORDS SHINGLE BOLTS. 1,000,000 ONE MILLION. .SAWED SHINGLES. 1,000,000 1.000,000 ONE MILLION SHAVED SHINGLES. . 1,000,000 No waiting for turn, but unloaded immediately. Highest canli price paid at all times. Liberal advances made on largo lots. Go see Arnold before contracting your bark. N. E. ARNOLD, CURWEIYSVILLE, PA. May IS, 1880-lf. A. JST DES 7t7" S "I" X XX. 3S ! AN IMPORTANT NOTICE! I beg leave to announce lo the nig country that 1 huve opened a lirst-class establishment for the sale of Heady-Made Clothing, HATS AND CAPS, GEHTS'- FBBHISHIHG 6S0!BS9 TRUNKS e VALISES. BESIDES I PEOPOSE TO CAREY A FULL STOCK IN THE LINK, AI.L OP WniCH I WILL BELL AT UJCTSUAtXY LOW TRICES. MY FLACK OK BUSINESS IS IN Room No. 4, Pie's Opera House. Your pAtronngo ii rcapectfully ooliclteJ. Cnll in person or address ALBERT TIIAMAUSER. A'. n. OXR MICE STRICTLY ADHERED TO. Clem-field, Ts., Mnrch 17, 1880. JAMES L. xjisrrrJsnTAiiEin, MAKKKT STRK.KT, CI I'.AHlltl.l), PENH' A. All kinds of Carkols nnd Coffins kept on band, and (urniabed to order on short notice, including tho finest as well as ths cheapest that can bo manu factured. Our ooitrsB iixiin.'xrixi Is tho best In use, and will bo fumiahed when required. Funerals attended in onv ViarL nf ill. rnntltV. Call at m office, on Second street, or leave vour orders at Troutman's Pnrnituro ' oot 1,79-1?.' $tur guTirrtlsruarnts. MOM.Y TO I.OAN.-Ob Inl elan Im prereJ faria preoertv, bv Ik. Motaal Life raooa CuoiiiaDv vt New York. o. Rril ai(irt- I.,e, it i.iaa freia fl.dliO up. fit further In furnatloB atpl7 ta Ibr enjrriiitnati. 11 1 H. 1 nn u n . i ClearleU Pa., Ha; ilk, In!" tf. I.-AHIM I.ANIM fnll MIE.-1, n.iloa 1 aad Pine town.ki, CtoirBeld eo.ntv. hearanable line l ven lor liarl nf pnreliau 2!3 money. Prlo.1 w V iv.v per aere. i M lucre's reserved, L. Bill I). Aceat, Penlleld, P.. or Wakbara A Kaaaa, ClMrSeltl, Pa, WAGONS Mept. 10, lH7v tf. WAGONS IlUGOIES-nUOCIEH. I'llINO WAGONS. H KPItINO WAGONS. THE tOMil.n WAGONS. tor and orsR svaoizs. KEPT O.V 11AXD FOR SALE. STAGE & REILLY, CLCARriBLD, PA. M.jUJwi SHisfttlaoroBS. citizens of Clearfield nnd surround LEAVY, Store, adjoining tho I'ostoffioo. JAS. L. LKAVY, Mearflcld, Pa. 2?ttc di'rrttstmrnts. ARNOLD WANTS 5,000 Rail Road Ties. Oerw.nrrllle, Pa. Jan. , Tl-lf. nOKIKEI-'JI' NOTltlv. T Hkoaa It May Conc.ra I Tba .Dlariiit.a4, baviot baa. appuintad AaiigDaaifor the baD.ll af.ra41 lor, lj Jaa. is. iirauawi,ol Vl.ar.ald borougu, an parioni, therefore, bavtae elalmi aflaioit bin will praaaat th.ai ia al far aetllaaBanl, aad laoea la del ad lo tba aaid (Irabaai ar. required I. aettla and aaaka pajriaent ta ai. aim Ann a. nii.i-an, AfBIIKY W. LkK, ClearBelJ, l'a., Dae. 14, 1ST9 f Aliifaeee. iiuiixsini: Normal Institute I ThU 8cbtKl will opaa ea HONDAT, MAT ID, 1880, andoe.llaae twelve waaba. TTTITION: Jav.aUebeparteae.1 .... M Coajmom braaehea.... 4 M O.HMea Braaebaa aad Taaer; af TMablaf. St llijber Hraaeb - ea Mra. Malt Irvla win laaeh taetr.aia.tal Belle at reaetinehle rataa. Tbe Normal Claaa will ba eltaiaaw aowlbl; b, tha (.'mat; Keperiataadeat. ar-Oeod boardl. aaa ba bad al Iraa II. IS to IJ.eu pav weeb. Ko.au lee aelf bvardra aaa b. had at raaaeaahl. rataa. Far farther taferaa liea, tall aa ar addreei UKO. W.1HMK8, Prlaelaal, JAS. U. KHLLIY, AMI.Unt. Bora'Mr, Pa., Marrh U.lSid.lf.