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TYRONE 4 CLEAKF1ELD BRANCB ON end trior Monday, MAY!!, 180, tbi lessea)ter Trains will run daily (except Sub (Uyi) betweeB T vrone and Clearfield, as follow! . CLEABFIS1B SUIL. LEAVE SOUTH, i LKAVg NORTH.- Curwensvllle,, .8. JO, r.a J.no. Tyron.,......., Vaosooyoo,., Summit, Poweltoa, Osceola,....., Boynton Htelner 'a, , . .00,. . .J, " . V.oO, " .10.00," .10.11," .10.17," .10.21," .10.TJ," H.1S, " .10.JT," .10.44," .10.63, " .10.60," .11.07," .11.11, " .11.10, " Clearfield, ,.., ..Lit, ..4.01. " Leonora,......- Barrett Woodland, ilr,- VYallaoatoa,... .4. OH, .4.1T, .4.25. Philipaburg,. tlranam, Ulu Ila.ll Welleeeton,... Biglar Woodland, Barrett, Leonard Clearfield, ...... Riverview..,.., Curwe&sville. Ulue Hell Oralieoi Phillpsburg, Kleiner's...... Bovnlon, ftinnlft ...SI, ..4.J4, " .4.8, ' ..4.4, " ,.4.a, " I'owelton, o.us. Dummit, : Vanscovoo,... Tyrone......... i.ia, M ..HO, " .11.401 CLEARFIELD EXPRESS. I.KAVB SOUTH. ! LEAVE NOHTljT Curwensvllle.. hivcrview.... Clearfield Leonard, llarrolt WeodUad,.... Blgler, Welleoetoa,... lllue Ball, Oranem Pbilipsborg... retainer's, Buynton, Osceola, Powelton, tiummit, Vanscoyoe,.... Tyrone, M 6.10 l 6.80 6.47 6.63 6.67 f.M 6. OK 6.16 6 21 0.25 III 0.32 IU7 t.41 0.63 7.06 t.23 T.46 Tyrone Vanaeoyoc,... Sammlt, , l'owelton , ..7.10 r. .7.48 " .8.06 " .8.17 " ..618 " Osceola Uoynlon,...., Kleiner's Phllinsburg Graham, Blue Ball ...8.S4 " ...8.30 " ...8.41 ...8.47 " ,8.55 " .0.01 " VYallacetoa,.. Bigler, Woodland,.... Barrett Leonard ,.0.10 ..0.17 " ..0.35 " .0.30 " Clearfield, Hiverview,... .0.88 ,0.48 " Carwenavillo 10.00 ' I'liail'SBUKQ A MOSHANNON BRANCHES lbavb OUTH. I. A. M LBSTB MOBTB. r. h. a. h. 3:00 3:15 3:10 2:24 3:30 10 20 2:44 10:36 3:47 10:43 2 53 10:48 3:57 10:53 tTATIOlll. Morrlsdale, A. a. r. . r. u. 13:40 7:00 Philipaburg, 7:03 Kleiner's 12:25 4:30 13:22 4:24 12:14 4:10 : J:18 7:31 :' 7:46 7:65 8:01 lloynlon, Oaoeola, MoahannoB, Sterling, llouttdate, MoCauley, 0:10 12:04 4:01 8:65 11:61 1:67 8:50 11:45 8:50 8:46 11:40 :46 8:40 11:35 S:45 8:38 11.30 8:30 8:80 11:26 3:30 807 10:58 Kandriok'f, 3:12 11:03 8:00 Harney, BALD EAGLE VALLEY BRANCH Ki. Mail. Mail. P. M. Exp, . A. V. A. M. f .45 7.43 T.U5 8.43 0.33 t.1.1 8.011 6.35 7.0H 2.23 8.01 8.34 8.33 8.10 8.37 V.lil 0.43 leave Tyrone " ' arrive 0.33 8.17 6.38 5.15 5.06 4.56 4.31 8.66 Bald Eagle Julian Mileiturg Uellcfonte Miloiburg Howard arrive L. Haven leave TYRONE STATION. 0.61 8.45 10.03 0.118 10.20 043 11.08 K1HTWARI). Vftcibo Eipreii A.M. WESTWARD. A. M 6:14 PUtaburfch Eip'M, 1.43 i 8:51 l'aciflc Kxprori, 8:18 P.M. P.M. 12:51 Way Paiienjior, 115 3:27 Chicago Kxpreii, .1:35 6:51 Mail Train. tf:34 9M$ Fart Line, 7:08 Day Expreii Mi.il Tram, Atlantic Eztrnil, t'hila. Hxpreu. Cloie oonnectiooi made by all traini at Tyrone and Look ilaraa. 8. S. Ill, AIR, mjl7-tf. SuperintenJent. FTAUK MNES. A itage leasts Curwenifillt-inity for Reynold, ville, at 1 o'clock, p. m., arritinft at Reynoldiville at 0 o'clock, p. m. Heturninj, leavai lleynol.il villo (Uily, at 7 o'clock, a. m.i arriving at Cur weuiville at 12 o'clock, m. Fare, each way, $2. A ttajre learea CurweniTllla daily, at 1 o'clock, p. in., lor DulJoii City, arriving at Dulloic City at 8 o'olock, p. m. Koturning, leavei luUoii at 7 o'clock, a. hi., daily, arriving at Curntmiville at 11 o'clock, m. Fare, each way, ll-lt). Allegheny Valley Railroad. LOW GRADE DIVISION. OS and after Monday, June 28lh, 1830, tbe naaaenger traine will run daily (eicepl Sunday) between Red Bank and Driftwood, a follow! : EAMTH AHD Day Mailleavea I'ittabure 8:55 a. m.l Red bank 1 135 j 81iKO Jnnetlon 1 1:51 1 New Betblrhein 13 55 p. m.; Mayaville 1:10) Troy 1:35 ; Brookville 1:55 ; Fuller') 2:20 ; Rey noldiville 2:38 j Dullola 3:110 1 Summit Tunnel 3:31 ; I'enOeld 3:42 ; Tyler'i 3:55) Beneactte 4:31; arrives at Driftwood at 5:20. I1HTW A II !. Day Mall leave! Driftwood 13:20 n. m.; Beneiette 1:0U ; Tyler'i 1:28 i I'eoBeld 180 ; Eummlt Tunnel 2:00 ; DuBola 2:16) Heynoldavillo2:38; Puller e3:54; Brookville 8:16; Troy t:32; Mayeville 3:65; New Belklehem 4:00 ; Slijo Juncllon 4:47 1 lied Bank 6:03 1 arrirei at Pittabure; at 7:40 p. m. Tbe Reynoldiville Aecoinmodatlon leave, Reynoldaville dally at 7:o6 a. m.; and arrivei It Red Bank at 10:60 a. m Pituburah at 1:40 p.m. Leaves l'ittabnrsh at 2:16 p. m.; Red Banket 6:65 p.m.; arriving at Reynoldiville at 0:06 p. m. Close oonnectlnBi made with trains on P. AX Railroad at Tlrifteood, and with trains on the Allegheny Valley Railroad at Red Bank. DAVID McCARIIO, Uen'l Snp't. A. A. Jacisob, Bup'l L. G. Div. FARE FE01I CLEAIIFIELD, TO Oellefonte, Pa $3 06 Mlddletown 16 00 Loch Haven t 70 Marietta. 6 66 Lancaster 6 80 PHILADELPHIA 7 00 Altoona 1 66 Johnstown.. i 86 Philip.burg il Tvrone 1 22 PiTTSDUHU I It Williamaport- Bolt UuntinKuon 1 80 ljwiitown I 00 Marrsvllle. 4 60 Cuwensville 10 O.ceola A6 UARItlriBURU... 4 T6 lU5Uaatous. ARNOLD WANTS Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs. Cnrwenivllle, Jan. 0, '78 If. AT- PRIVATE SALE 1 VNV parties In aeed of a Haw Mill are herclty informed thtit 1 will sell them one a good n- new, Mern YUlooka, a riFTY-Forn-txai sa w, lilting, and all the other flttuoi ill good otdcr. l or further iBrormatiun, adilrtw JUSTIN J. PIE, Oieeola Willi. Clearfield Co., I'a. March MRS0 If. , CENTRAL Slntt Xorjiiail School. (ICighth Normal Ikhool IHxtriet.) Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Ta. A. iV. HAUBt A. M.t Principal. Tbli School ai at jr)nt eonttttotrj, offerathe very beat faotlitiea for 1'rofeiiional and Clatiieal Irarnlng. Boildingx Dpaeloan, Inviting and eornmodloan ; completely heated by l team, well ventilated, and furnlrhed with a bountiful injiply ef pure water, ,ift iprirg water. Location bealtbftil and eay of aceeu. Sarrounding leenery aniiarpaiMd. Teacben eiperienced. efficient, and alive to their work. I'itciplioe, Arm hot kind, uniform and thorough. Kipemee moderate. Ftly eentt a week dodaetlon to thone preparing to teach. HtadeaU admitted any time. Coartee of ituJy preiorilred by-tbe Plate ( I. Model rVhool. II. Preparatory . Ill, Klemea tary. IV. Iklentlle. runner couaiat I. Aradftnlo. II. Cumuiercial. III. Muilo. IV. Art, The Klementary and Sclentite eonrve are Pro fenional, and itudente graduating therein receive State Diploma, ennfrrrlng the following eorrei ponding degree! i Mater of the Hclencei. tirad natee to the other ooareei reeeira Normal Certtn ratei ef Uteir attainmeBta, eigned hy the Faoaltv. The Profeulnal eoureee are liberal, and are In thoroagbneee not Inferior to tboeeof oar beet COllCMf. The Hute reqwirea a higher onler of eitiitn rhip. Tbe time dam and It, It la ene of the prime object! of thli eebool to help to eerare It by farniihlng Intelligent and effloient teaehera for her achooli. To tbia ead it aolicite young per- aini 01 good ahiimef arm gooa purnofea thoea whodenirete improve their time and their tal ent, ai etudentt. To all aucb it promUea aid In developing their powere and ahandant opporta Bitie lor well paid labor alter leaving ichooL For catalogue and term addreae the Wine I pat. BOARD OF THUSTEKHi UTocKttoLnBaa' rat-iTSKi. J. II. Kir ton, M. P., A. R. Beat. Jacob Ilrowa. A.M. Hlokford.iamoel Chrlrt, A. N. Kiuh, R O. rock, T. C. Hippie, Km., K P. McCormich, iq., W. VT. Raakin. JullN A. ROBB. Ilea. A, O. Cartln. Hon. II. t. t)(. ffeBbicb. Otn. Jem Merrill, Hob. Wb, Higler, J. C. 0. Vba1ey,B. &lllar McCormtek, Kq. WILLIAM fiKH.RR, Preei teat Board of Traeteea. JUsfcl MKHHIU Vtee Pntfident. . 8. M1LUR McCORMICK, (teereUry. THOMAS VAUULtY, Tretmrtr. lck BaB,;eb.,TI Iy2, VUsctUantous. ARNOLD HAS ADVAN'CED Prices of Shingles. SHAVED AND SAWED. Curweiixille, Jaa. II, '78 If. E. S. HENDERSON, jgAiiSB".' 7X "'tVi UNDERTAKER BURWIDK, PKNN'A. TUB subeerlber now offers to the eitlaeol of Buroaide and vieinlty, an nnprovided apeelalty. Hereafter all kindi of Caaketa and Col&aa will be kept on hand, and orders Bllad at ones. Funerals .lllrtultd ,1nywhtrt. I will furnllh the f nut al well ai ihe ebeapeit artlolea dedloated to funerals- All orders left ai tbe sture of Jobb C. CuaaaB will reeeive prumpt attention. For fnrtber partlrulara, eall on or addreae B. B. HENDERSON. Deo. 10, 1878.tr. GEO. WEAVER & CO, SECOND STREET. CLEARFIELD, PA., ' Have opened up, to the store room lately occupied by Wearer A Bella, on Second street, a large and well selected stock of Dry -Goods Groceries, BOOTS AND SHOES, QtlEEN.SWARR, WOOD A WILLOW WARE HATS AND CAPS, FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c. Which they will diipoie of at reaminiUe rate for eaab, or exchange for country produce. OEOROE WEAVER A CO. Clearfield, Fa., Jan. 9, 1878 -If. REMOVAL ! James Li. Leavy, Having purehaned the entire etock of Fred. Sarkftt, hereby givei notice that he ha tnored into the room lately occupied by Heed St Hafrcrty, on Second itreet, where he ie prepared to olit-r to the public COOK STOYES. PARLOR STOVES, or the latcit improved psttcrni, at Ion aricei. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Gas Fixtures and Tinware. Roofing, Rpoutinir, Plumbing, (las Pitting, and Repairing Humps b specialty. All work warranted. Anything In my line will be ordered special tf deiire.l. JA8.L. LEAVY, Proprietor. FRED. SACK trT. Agent. ClearBrd, i'a., January 1, lSTO-lf. -THAT ALL- W00LEN GOODS HAVE ADVANCED ENORMOUSLY IN VALUE, the mcES of oto New Spriii"; Clolliing ill h Found Us b; AS LAST YEAR. GUINZBURC'S -ON PRICE- WESTERN II0TEL C0B.ER, ' CLEAIU IICI.U. PA. ClearSeld, Pa , April Ulb, 18801m. HOFFER'S Ceap Cash Store. RODM NO. THRICE, II':RA HOIIHn. Clearfield. Pa., WIIOI.KSAl.K RKTAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Comprlaing Drei (lond of the very Uteri etylea, Fan etc, A I paw, and all manner of Fancy Dress Goods, Suoh aa Creton. Mhair Lttftert, Plaid, Drew Umgnama, Ilren ranctea of the very lateit it y lee, and aa cheap aa they ean be told la tht market. NOTIONS, Coniiitlng of Qlnfee for Oantr, Ladlea and Mi nee. Mrwe of all ahadea, Silk Fringe. Laoet, Finry Iireaa llnttona. Ladlea' Tiee of all ehadea and etylea, Coffe nd Collara, Hlbhena ef all kind and qualities. Merino Haderwear, Trimming, ate. BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES. Quecnswaro, Hardware, Tinware, CnrpolH, OIHlollifs WALL PAPER. LEATHER, FISH, Etc., Wblrk will be sold aaoltials or relall. Will lake Country Produce In Eirlianf. Ibr Ciooda al Markrt arlrr. WM.l. IlorFER, ( IraiOrld. Pa.. pl. l, IRIS If. CLOTHING STORE "l.l.lm l'OH SALE. Tlilrtaau hlvas of J) Itallaa Been wbioh I will sail eheap for oaab, or eichange for wheat. For further in formation eall ob or aoMreal the undersigned. J V. KRAMER. Nov t, '70 If. Claart.ld, 1'a. Thomas A. Duckelt, -DEALER IN- DF'-tJ-DEI-XL.. T HEHKllY lr Mia la th citiitm of Clrar X ' field and the (unwinding .dairy that I am prepared at all tlnee te fureith femilie and taaaufaoivring tatabliabiaeati with ivpcrior iUMiiy 01 Coal, Wood t Coke, Which I an prepared to drllrer In a few hoiira aotlca. I an alnaye ready to haul and deliver Iron and to the depot, or anywhere else, aad iaov fainillte and houiehold guode anywhere ob nortnotioe. TilOH. a. uuL'KJtti'. Claar&eld, Pa., Mar. 11, 1880-tf. JOHN TROUTMAN, DEALER IN FURNITURE, AND Improved Spring Bed, MARKET 6TRKET, NEAR P. 0. The undertlgned begi leare to Inform the oltl em of Clearfield, and the pub lie generally, that be hae on hand e fine assortment of Furniture, inch aa Walnut, Chaitnut and Painted Chamber Ballei, Parlor Bui tee. ReelinlDg and BxUniion (Jbaira, Ladtei' and uente Kaey Ukalri, the fer forated Dining and Parlor Chain, Cane Beeti and Wind tor Chain, Clothe Ban. titep and Kxten- ion Lad de re, liat Raetta, Berubbing Brnibea, Ae MOULDING AMD PICTURE FRAMES, ooking Olaieee, Chromo, Ao., which would vitable for lloliday preeente. 4eelfl'7 JOHN TKOHTMAH. Re-Union of Trade. IHE nndeieignedwlihlng to tnforn tbe puhlte that he opened a COMMISSION HTOHi: At the old itand In Trout vilte, Clearfield county, Fa., oa tbe .sta tmu, witb a roll atoek of DHV (.OODS, CROL'EKIE, NOTIONH, IlootRt Hhoes, Ktc In fiet everything to be found In a fint-elaivftore, all of wbioh I am determined to tell at the loweit cash prioee. PARMERH AKO LUMBERMEN Will and it to their advantage to do their dealing with me, ai the higheat prioee will be paid for Grain, Hhinglea, or Produce of any kind. Part or one-half oarh will be paid. Trading for Shin (let or Lumber of any kind a apecialty. Alio, agent for Singer Sewing Machines. navlnc made erranjretnents with Eastern mer chants to sell goodi furniibed me, therefore eall and lee, aa 1 will be enabled to aell cheaper thaB the cbeapeat. J. W. CARL11.K, Troutville, I'a., Kept 71, 70. lr. Agent. NOT AT ii hi BUT AT H. LEHMAN &C0.'S Store, ROOM NUMBER TWO, Pie's Opera House. CLEARFIELD, PA., Where H. Lehman A Co. have opened a very large Morn oi tne taieit ana beat atyiea oi DRY goods, Fancy Goods, MILLINERY GOODS, AND A PULL ASSORTMENT OF Xa&dics', Hisaos' & Cluldron' S-DEX-O-DE-JS Of all atvlts, now in tbe market. Call In person, or address 11. LKIIMAN k CO. ClrarDeK, Pa., Marrb 17, 18Ha.tr. aSZZIXZl'aa PORT GRAPE WINE Used la the vriaelpal Chnreha, for Comtnaalon purposes. Excollont for Laiios and Woakly foraons ana ui Agea: SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE I torn ot,o. rhia Celebrated Netlv Wiaa It made from the Juice of the Oporto Urane, raited In tbla Conoty. Iu Inraiuable Tonic and Strengthening Proporttcs ara annrpaaaetl by any ether Native Wine. Be ing the pure juioe of the Mrape, pmdaeed ander Mr. Hpeer'a own pertonal euperviaion, Ita parity and gennineneaa ara guaranteed. The yo on gait ehild may partake ef it genoroni qaalitlea, and tbe weakeet invalid ae It to advantage, tl it parttrularly Wnefiolalte the aged and dehllita- te-l, and an i ted to tbe varton ailment that af- tVrt the weaker te. It la la ovary reaptet A WINK TO BR RKLIKD ON. SPEER'S P. J. SHERRY, The P.J. SHERRY It a Wine of Superior L barer ter, and paruiea or lae golden quaM.ee o tbe grape from wbioh It la made, for Parity. Hlehnoea, Flavor aid Medlelaal Proper t 1m, it wtn no iand neieeiien. SPEER'S P.J.BRANDT. Thi DRARDYeUndeonrivaM la thte wintry, being tar toperior for medioal porpoaea. IT 18 A PI'RI diatlllatlow from thagnpeand ooataiaa veJaeble medioal preportlaa. It ha a delicate flavor, aim liar to that of tbe grape from which h ti dlatllled, and tf la groat faetr amoig lrt-tt.aet familkeo. fleo that the a I goal "re of ALFRED BPKRR, Paeaaie N. J., la over the fork of each bottle, SOLS 7 z. VT. Q7tATTA.K i'lf II, HTt It. ANOTHER STRIKE m f C? A I f fvr . X" v THE REPUBLICAN. ej-KAKKIKU, FA. WEDNKBDAY MORNING, Jt'I.Y 14, I8 THAT BIRD STORY. It'a it range how little boya mother Can And out all they do, If a fellow doea anything naughty, Or aaya anything that not true I They'll look at you juit a moment Till yoor heart In yoor boaum awell, And then tbay know all a html It For a little bird Mlt! Kow where (he Utile bird eomai from, Or where the little bird goea, If be la covered with beautiful plumage, Or blaek aa tbe king ef the erowi, If bia volee la aa boarae aa a raven Or elear aa tbe ringing of bell, I know not bat thU I am aura of A little bird tella. The moment yott think a thing wloked, Tbe moment you do a thing had, Are angry or aullen or baleful, (let ugly or atupid or mad. Or teaae a dear brother or alitor That inatant yoor aenteuee he kaelle, And Ihe whole to mamma In a minute Tfaat little bird tella. Yen may be lo the depth of a eloaet Where uobody eeea hut a mouae, Yoa may be all alone In tbe cellar, You may be on tbe top ef the house, Yoa may be In the dark and the ailencn, Or out In the wood and the dell , Mo matter! Wherever It happen, The tittle bird tella! And the only contrivance to atop him la juat to be an re what yoa lay Sure of your facta and your fanoici, Hurt of your work and yonr play j Be honeat, be brave and be kindly, Be gentle and loving aa well. And then yon oaa laugh at the atorlea Tbe little bird tell I LET GENERAL GAUF1ELV E.XVLA1X. (jDneral (mrholU will niuko a Jrravo mialuko 11 ho shall affect to ignore tbu serious charges which moot him at the very ouUet of his campaign fur tho Presidency. Tbcy are not tho whis porings of anonymous slandorerH, nor the rank growth of partisan calumny which may spring np in a night at the feet of the puroat man in public life bo soon as he receives a nomination for the Presidency. Kvcry Presidential can didate from Washington down has lirul to trample upon that sort of thing, and not one oi thorn was worso for it in tho cod. But now for tho first tirao in tho history of this country does a groat party present as its candidate one whoso personal and official integrity has boon impeached by the results of a Congressional investigation. If Gen eral Gurfleld's friends suppose that a candidacy so beclouded will rueeivo tho approval or toleration of the Ameri can peoplo when the facts are under stood they are Budly luinlukon and tho spirit of kindness he and they should bo undeceived at onco. The Creilit Mobilior scandal is still fresh in ihe memory oi all. Kight years ago it wus exposed to public view, and it is unnecessary to tell the story oyer again. Siimce it to say that tho disclosures mado by a Con gressional Cominitleo of investigation wore death to many a fair reputation. Some of tbe Congressmen implicated found it expedient to rotiro from public, lifo and have never since ventured to auk any trust at tho hands of the poo plc. Others woro saved as by fire ; tho verdict against thorn was simply, "Not proven j" they were allowed to keep their seats in Congress, but did not escape condemnation. Among these fortunate ones was Jamoa A. Garfield, of Ohio. When the chargo was mado through the newspapers that his name was on tho list of Senators and Representatives involved by tho revelation of Oakos Ames ho was quick to repel the charge. In explicit words, through an Associated Pross dispatch, ho authorized a comprehen sive denial. He had never subscribed for nor received nor seen any share of that stock ; on tho contrary, ho had twico declined to bavo anything to do with it. When tho afTuircame bofore a Congressional C'ommitttoe, however, and he was put npon oath and con fronted by Oakes Amos, be explained that be did tako a certain amount of stock and left it in tbe hands of Mr. Amos until tbe accruing dividend. thorcon should pay tho principal of tbe purchase money. A check drawn by Mr. Ames In Garfield's fuvor was, the laltor explained, only a loan from Mr. Ames to him. Mr, Ames, on his part reluctantly denied the loan and settled tho question by pioducing tho chock of tho Credit Mobillier Com pany, which had been passed to Mr. Garfield's account. The Committee camo to this conclusion. The fasts in rasard to Mr. (larfiVU ar aa ful- lows : lir. Uarleltl agreed vsitn Mr. Ames to tak. ten shores of Credit Mnhilier stork, bat did nut pay for the esrae. Mr. Ames received the SO per eenU dividend In beads and sold tbe bonds for 07 per cent., and also received 00 per oeot. oaib dividend, which together paid the prloe of the stock and interest and left a balanoe of 1 12V. This sum was paid over to Mr. tlaiDald br a check on tbe Hergeent.et-Arma, and Mr. Ilarneld tnan Bnderatood this snm was the balance of dividends after paving for the stock. Tho Committee, however charitably failed to ompbitsixo certain minor dis crepancies in Mr. (iurfiold's statement which gave his friends groat pain. Ono of tbeso was that bo explained in nocd of loan by saying that a trip to Kuropo had somewhat impoverished him, whereas it appeared by other tostimony that the trip In question did not occur until after the Credit Mobilior transactions. It was several agly things liko this that led that ablo Hopublican journal, tho .Now York Times, to decluro that Mr. Garflold presented "a most distressing figure," whilo the New York Tribune thought he was fortunate to oscapa expiration by a Republican House. Other victims had been selected, howovor, and tho House, by a ruling of tho Speaker, ovaded a vole on Mr. Wood's resolu tion, which absolutely condemned Gar field and others tor becoming pecu niarily intcrcstod in a corporation de pendent upon Congress for its main tenance and support. We havo stated tho caso mildly and dispassionately solely for the purpose of calling tho attention of Genorul Garfield and his friends to the gravity of the matter and the manifest pro priety of an immediate explanation U he is to remain a Candidate lor tho Presidency. Genoral Garfield's nomi nation was not premeditated ; Tor pre meditation would have boon fatal lo it. It was born of a crislt in convontion. There was no time to think, and pro baMy not ono of tbe 3!9 dologatcs who, in tho flurry of tho moment, cast their votes for him as the only way of cicapo from tbe third term, recollected that this was the Garfield who was involved in tbo Credit Mobilior scandal. If thoy bad so recolloctod they would have rejected the Garfield movement as a suggestion of suicido. Tho sober second thought has since stolen over their minds and is posarMainp; tho country. Genorul Garfield cannot eoino forward too soon with hi' explanation. If there ore extenuating circumstances, let us know what thoy are. If he was more fool than knavo, as some of bis friends say.and bus since found wisdom, let him throw himself on the charity ol tho country. If tho Congressional Committee got tbo whole thing down wtong in their report, let him say so. What is wanted is bis statement of tho tacts. It will not do for him to say, witb his friend Governor Foster, thut "those charges are settled," for tho only settlement that baa been made left him in a very had plight, The Republican party cannot ull'ord to carry on tho campaign under tho cloud that is now hanging over Its candldato for tbo Presidency. JhiUuMihia Times, UXtVR TUX A TK (I A RF1KL P, Mr. Garfield is peculiarly unfortu nate more so than any other man who has over been selected as a candi date for the Presidency. No sooner did he begin to posture in that capacity than tho ugly fuels of his peculiar rec ord, were hurled at him like a shower of granito boulders. It was a pitiless storm in its inception, and it bids fair to increase in forco and volume as the days wear on. Hut tbi enmo from tho opposition. It was legitimate war faro. Ho bad, unforluuutuly lor him self and bis party, furnished abundant maturial for bis discomfiture, and tho Democratic press was not noglootful of tho opportunity to use it. It Is, howovor, Mr. Garfield's lot to bo at tacked on all aides. Kvon in tbe house of bis friends, and in the body of which ho is a distinguished member ho was assailed by leading licpublicaiis. They did not cull out his name and niako diroct and personal attacks on him, but they got in their work in a manner quite as effectual and more ar tistio. It happened thus: Tho Deputy Marshals bill tbe samo in substance as that which Mr. Garfield proposed, which tho Dombcracy voted for and which Mr. Hayes votoed was boforo tho House for final action. Tho Re publicans wore allowed threo hours for debate and tbcy occupied that time in ubusing tbe bill. Knowing that every word said against that measure was a blow dolivorcd at its father, the Hon. James A. Garfield, bis Repuhll can friends were not sparing of their blows. Thoy seemed really to onjoy their warfare on their Presidential can didate. Thoy called Mr. Garfield's compromise measure "a jliain, a fraud," a devise for ''introducing strito at elections," an expedient "to nullify the election laws." Keen Mr. Ilawley, who has boon supposed to bo a special friend of Garfield, spokool bis profound "contempt" for Mr. Garfield's mcasuro. So tho war wont on for hours. Mr. Cox and Mr. Harris, on tho Demo cratic sido, brought out in strong ro- lief the position of Mr. Garfield on tbo Deputy Marshals quostion. They quoted from his spoochos tho most em phatic condemnation of tho laws as they stand, and showed that bo was in harmony witb the position occupied by the Democracy. Mr. Carlislo brought out tho fact thut Mr. Garfield was a free-trader and a inombor of the Cobdcn club. It was a droadful day for. Presidential candiduto just started in tho race. Vdihinglon Poll. THE CIUXESE rESA I CODE. The studied burnlinuss and cruelty of tho Chincso penal codo is proverb ial, and if the following extract is au thentic It is not surprising that tbo maltreated Chineso immigrant makes no effort to obtain the rights of Ameri can citiaonship : "All persons re nouncing their country and allegiance or devising tho means thereof shall bo bobcadcd,and in the punishment of this offence no distinction shall be made between principals and accessor ies. The property oi all sucji crimi nals shall be confiscated, and thoir wivos anil children distributed as slaves to the great officers of Slate, Tho parents, grandparents, brothers and grandchildren of such oriminals, whether habitually living with them under tbo same roof or not, shall bo perpetually banished lo tbe distance of 2,00(1 leagues. All those who pur posely conceal orconnivo at this crime shall be strangled. Those who jn form against criminals ol this class shall bo rewarded with the whole of their property. If tbe crime is con trived but not executed, tho principals aro to be strangled, and the accessories punished with blows and banishment." Thus, whilo he is sojourning, in foreign lamia, his relatives are hostages for his continuing loyal to Iho paternal gov ornment. RUSSIA N KUPEHSTITI OX. Not only does tho vast majority of Russian peasants believo firmly In witchcraft, but tho name of its super stitions islogion. Thoroia now scarcely a villago in Russia with its "Jurodiva," or inspired idiot, Us "Kaldunja, or sorccross, and its"Klikusha,"a hysteri cal screaming woman subject to fits. who is an especial object of fear and reverence lo her neighbors. A strango illnoss, attributed by somoof tho emi nent Russian pathologists lo Iho cfTect produced upon tho nerves by all tbeso silly superstitions, has mado Its np pearance in several of tho provinces of the empire among the bamy and ro bust rural populations. No efficacious method has as yet boon dovisod for treating this malady, which generally culminates insanity. Tho village priests regard It with indifference, and novor try to discourage the demoralising credulity in which it originates. Tho district surgeons shrug their shoulders over it, and conless their inability to comprehend tho phenomena of its genesis and incubation. Meanwhile, il appears to be rapidly spreading, and largely recruiting the ranks of the "Chlistl," a fanatical soct wbioh prao ticca fasting and solfcastlgation with tbo most shocking results to its follow ors, especially thoso of thofemnlo sex I'unnt An exchange saya: "Col fax was a widower when nominated for Vice President; so was Henry Wilson, and Wm. A. Wbcelcr, and ao Wero Arthur and Knglish." Grant bas not yet said, that he would voto for Hancock, but be said that ho. thought Hancock would bo elected. Tho Philadelphia Retard says that though tbe Republican's have a Oiir field the Democrats have a Inn field OUT FOR HANCOCK. HKNKaAL Al.lliK.U T. i'HARSoN, ONI OF SENATOR CAMERON'S I.IAIIER8 IN I'ENN'A, VECI.AIIES THAT UK Wlt.l Bt;iTORT HANCOCK. General Allred T. Pearson, Chair man ol tho Republican City Commit tee of Pittsburgh, a Brigadier (ionural in tho luto war, and ono ol the most prominent Republicans in Western Pennsylvania, bus coma out for Han cock to the surprise of everybody, lie Is a powerful speaker, and has boon District Attorney of Allegheny coun ty, being elected by tho Republicans. Ue was ono of Camoron'i leaders. Last night at a Democratic meeting at Greensburg, Westmoreland county, he said in a speech : "I have been a life long Republican since 1S54, when tho party wus first organised. I have been ono of its most ardent supporters, although not a voter at that period. I attended the recent Kupubliuan National Conven tion at Chlcngo, as a delegate from Allegheny county. I left boforo the nominations were made, and when tho telegraphic wire clicked tho intelli genco that General Garfield was nomi nated it filled ins with internal dis gust. I commenced to think. I slop pod and thought. And I thought on till tbe Democratic National Conven tion met at Cincinnati. I was sitting in the U. 8. Court House office at Pittsburgh watching every dispatch that came. When the despatch came announcing ihatmy old fullow-soldier, with whom I fought my bard battles, wus nominated, 1 an so and said : 'I am now prepared to say that am (or General Wintield Scott Hancock for President.' I remember vory distinct ly whon tho enemy was invading our Stuto, when our people wero erecting fortifications with tho dirt thrown upon tho wrong side, and it was thought thoy were approaching Pe tersburg, thut tho man you have nom inated was riding in front of tho Seo ond corps at Gettysburg, that the re polling of that mighty army depended upon bim, for the enemy was over running Pennsylvania when tbe ma jestio hero, General Hancock, at tbe head of bis corps ropellod them. - If ho had not saved that day tho army of the Potomac would havo been lost. The clashing of musketry, tho roaring of tho artillery and the shrieks and groans of tbe dying on that occasion aro indescribable. But those three lines, 45,000 strong, were tliivon back by General Hancock and our people and proporty woro saved." To an Interviewer Goneral Pearson said: "I will in a day or two send a letter to U. S Grant, Chairman of the National Committee of tbe Veterans1 Union lioys In Bluo withdrawing from that organisation. I am tho member from this Stalo and have been for sbvon years. 1 shall set forth in that letter that 1 expect to support Hancock, and as tbe Votorans' Union is a Kepubhcan organization 1 cannot consistently hold tho position of rep resentative from Pennsylvania." Gen Pearson wont into the war as a Cap tain in the 155th regiment, and for bravery and ability was promoted to Colonel, Brigadier Genoral, and finally Major Goneral. Ho served in War ren a rillh corps, participating in ten battles, and was as brave a soldier as Allegheny county sent into tho field. Wise Leadership. Among the lead- ors at Cincinnati to whose wise coun sels and tacl in managing the nomina tion of Genorul Hancock is almost wholly attributable Senator William A Wallace, of Pennsylvania occupies a conspicuous and honorable place, To his quiet but earnest and marvel ous effective advocacy of Goneral Han cock's claims, together with the ready and cordial acquioscenco of the promi nont Southern leaders, Is chiefly duo tho honor of having secured to the Democracy a candiduto under whom harmony is thoroughly restored and success assured. In exoculive capaci ty Senator Wallace bas no superior, and his remarkable abilities wa doubt ill not be sensibly felt in tho direc tion of tbo Democratic canvass already so auspiciously begun. Tho national Democracy has suffered severely in tbe past from tho want of capable leadership, and it is therefore peculiar ly gratifying that Senator Wallaoo and other representative Domocrutsof sim ilnr capacity should havo been placod, by the oouiso of evonts at Cincinnati, in such a position that thoy can now devoto their onorglos to the service of the parly in tho freest and most effec tive manner. Baltimore Qa;eHr. Gahi-iei.d's Cbedit Mohii.ieh Reo- oud Condensed. 1 novor owned, re ceived, or agrocd to rocoivo any stock of the Credit Mobilior or of the Union Pacifio railroad, nor any dividends or profits arising from either of them. CiarfirUVs ttourn testimony before the io- litnd Committn, Jamttry 15, 183. The facta in regard lo Mr. Garfield, as found by tho Committco, are that ho ngrccd with Mr. Ames to tako ten shares of Credit Mobilior stock, but did not pay for lb same. Mr. Amos ccoived the eighty per cent, dividond in bonds and sold thorn for ninety seven por cent., and also received tbo sixty per cont, cash dividond, which, together with the prico of stock and interest, left A balance of 1329. ' This sum was paid ovor to Mr. Garfield by a cbock on tho scrgcant-at-arms, and Mr. Gurileld then understood this sum was tho balance of dividends after pavinir for tbe stock. The, Poland Committee's Report, Fchrvary IS, 1873. 187fl AXD 1880. A sound and patriotic resolution was adopted by tbo Michigan Domoorata: The llsmoeraay ef MleblgaB bar. tho almost eonSdnao is tbe ability and will of the people to defeat the aoaHnatioo of Ihe Cbln.ro Convea tloa, ead to deelare al the nolle la November that BO man who was a member of tbe Kight to Seres Commlssloa that aasaUed la parpitratlag tbe great rrsud of IS7S oaa never be elected Preai Sont of the t ailed Btatee by the safrage of a free peopl.. With tbo oxceptioa of a word in lavor of retaining the two-thirds rulo, this is Iho only declaration of principle made by the Democrats of Michigan It id onongb. Tlx Tribunal oi Kight to Seven, infamous in history, over threw a free and fair election by the pooplo. Ho man who helped strike that murderous blow at the tuflrage should receive bonest volos for Prosi dent of the Vnitod States. James A. (far field was on of tho guilty Eight. Lightning is destroying mora oil this Summer than is sold. IrtlSKllaorouj. . " ARNOLD PAYS ' . GASH or TRADE. Curwensvtlle, Fa., Jan. V, 'TS If. FLOUMFfiEBI WI I.T.I AM POllTEK. CLSAKFIbl.U, PA, Manufaelursr and Dealer In Flrst-elass Wheat FLOUR, CJJQrunJ FEED, All of which Is (oeraotoed tu b. of tbe Irsl qual ity. Klln-drled flora Meal suede e special!; ! Try It 1 1 aprll-asi. A Bargain ! FARM FOR SALE I The andcrsiined offers at privet, sale that val uable farm situated la U HA HAM TOWNSHIP, Clearfield eountv, knowa as the Oontelalux Ml acres, a. of which are cleared, and having thereon ereoted a large frame dwell ing house, Urge frame bam, and tbe ether Beoes aary outbuildings, together with a large ereberd, good water, etc Tbe pronerts will be acid on very easy terms For further particulars iBiuire oi toe DUDscrioor, in person, or ty lattar. rttANK riKI.UINIi. Cleirlold, Fa., March lath, I8su.-lf B. W. SBLICB. a. b'cobblb. . aaiLBana. GI'LICII, McCORKLE & CO.'S FURNITURE ROOMS, Market fttreet. Clear tic Id, Pa. W uiBufaaturt all kindi of Puraltara for Cbttobcrf, Dialog Roomi, Librariai and Halli. If you want Purnl.tira of apj kind, duo't bu a Bin jvu m oar imok. U 3T I E It T A It T N J lo all its branohss, prouiptly attended to. Ot'ILCH, MeCOKKLE CO. Cleerleld, Pa., Feb. t, 78. READING FOR ALL 1 1 BOOKS A STA TWNERY. Market 8U, Clearfield, (at the Poat Office.). TUB andtriigned btgn leara ta anoonnaa to! tha oltiaeBi of Clearfield and ricioitjr, that k hai fitted up a room and baa Jnit raturnod from tha city with a larjrt amoant of raadiog naUar, eoaiiitiag la part of Bibles and Miscellaneous Books, Blank, Aoeonnt aod Paat Books of avary da- ariplloD ; Paper aod EoTalopai, Trench preued ana plain rani ana rtnotu t uiank isegai raperi, iadi, Hurtraraii Judauant. Eiatap. Uun and Promiiarr aoteaf White and Parch ant Brief, Legal Cap, Heeord Gap, and BUI Cap. Sheet Milc, tut either Piano, Flute or Violin, oonitantlj on hand. Anj booki or nation try deeired that I ma; not have on band, will be ordered by Irit axpresi, and Bold at wboleMtle or retail to nit em turner. I will olao keep periodical lite rat lira, itieh ai Megeiinaa, Mewnpajjeri, 4. r. A. UAIUM. Clearfield, May 7, 1868-tf A NEW DEPARTURE L l T II K ft S B I! U G . Hereafter, goodi will b aoU for CAflll only, or In exehaajre fur produce. No booka will be kept iu' the future. All old aoeouati muat be eetUe4. Thoae who can not eaih up, will pleaee nana over tneir note ana CLOSE THE EECOED. I am determined to eall my good' at eaah prioee, and at a dieeount far below that aver offered la tbli vielnily. Tbo diteooat I allow my euatomere, will make them rieh in twenty yean 11 they follow my ad r toe end buy their goodi from ma. I will pay eeab for wheat, oeti and eloTer eeed. DANItiL UOODLANDKR. Lnthoribarg, January 17. 1TT. HARTSWICK & IRWIN, 6KC0ND 8THKKT, CLEARFIELD, PA., DRALKrU) IN PURE DHUUS! C 11 K M I C A I. 3 I PAINTS. OIIS. DYE STUFF VARNISIIK3, BRUSHES, PKRFlTMKRY, FANCT OOODK, TOILET ARTICLES, or ALL KINDS, PURE WIXES AND LIQUORS far BiadlelBal perauses. Trussss, Supporter., School Boohs and StatloB are, and all other articles usual 1 found In a Drag Stor.. PHYSICIANS" PRKRCRIPIIONS CAR FULLY COMPOl'NDKD. Having a large aa. parleaee la the buslaeas tbay eaa (ita entire sat- Ufaetioa. i. 0. HARTSWICK, ' JOHN Y. IRWIN. Ctaerlteld, ItaMwiaaf IS, lata. II ARD TIMES IIAVI NO KPFKCT IN FRENCHVILLEI I am aware that thara ara aoaaa peraoiw ft tittle hard ee plaaaa, and I aai ale iwue that tho eosplaint of "hard tinea" l well nigh aBivereaJ. But I an litnated now that 1 ean aatiify the former and prove eonciniivoiy that "nara tt net will not effeet thoee who hay their Read fron aaa, and all my petmni iball ha initiated lata tha aa eret of f ... v HOW TO AVOID HARD TIMES I hare roodi avouch ta M-It all tht luhahl tanta In the lower and af tha oonaty which I aell at eioaediBK low rata fron ny meat not h tore la MUUONUUHU. nbara 1 eaa alwaya ba foand read to wait npon eallert and aapply them with Dry Goods of all Kinds Such as Cloths, Satlaatls, Ce.aiw.eree, Maslias Dslainae, Linoa, Drillings, Calicoes, Trimmings, Ribbons, Lace, Reedv-ssade Clothing, Boots and Shoee, Hats aad Oapa all of the best materiel aad made to order' Uie, leoke, U loves, M Inane, Laoes, Hlbeoaa, Ac GROCERIES OF ILL KINDS. Cofee, Tea, (agar, Rio., Moleeeee, risk, Sail Park, Linseed Oil, fish Oil, Ceraoa Oil. Hardwara, Quecassrar., Tinware, Caatinga, Plows and Plow Castings, Malls, Spikes, Cora Ualtlva- tors, Clcer Press.!, and all klads of Aies. Perfemerv, Faints, Varnish, Glass, aad a geBaral assortment .t Blatteaerj, OOOD FLOUR, Of discreet brands, elwevs .a head, aad will k. sold at Ue loweet aosetbl. Sgara,. J. II. BfeClel. . MedlelBM, Jovee's Madlelae. Hestotter'l and Heofland's Bitters. . 101 pounds af Wool wanted fer wklA the klgkest price will be paid. Cloverseed ob sand aad for sale al Ik. low.st aarhet price. Also, Agent for StrattoBvllla aad Carweasvllle Taresaieg aiaotlnas. arm-Cell aad see for voarsoives. Yoa will lal ararvlklag uauallv kepi la a retail seer. L. M. COIIDRIIT Frsttkvllle P. 0., Aoglll 12,1174. nr (Do IdmtKmfu.. THE REPUBLICAN, Published every Wednesday by G. B. GOODLANDER, CLBAHPIKLD, PA.. Has the Largest t'lrcalaUua of euf paper lu NortBweateni Pennsylvania. TUelargound constantly increasing circulation of the Republican, rendors it valuable tobusinesa men aa niodium thro' which to roach tbe public Tea Ms or Subscription ; If paid in advance, . . If paid after threo months, If paid alter six months, 12 00 2 60 3 00 When papers are sent outside of Ihe county payment must bo in advance. ADVERTISING i - Ten lines, or less, il times, . Each subsequont insertion, II 50 50 60 50 Administrator' Notices, . Executors' Notices, .... Auditors' Notices, . . . Cautions and Estrays, . . 50 1 SO 2 50 Dissolution Notices, . . Professional Curds, 5 linos, year, ft 00 Speoial notices, tier line, ... 20 YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS: Ono square, 10 lines, . . . 13 00 Two squares, 15 00 Throe squares, 20 00 One fourth column, . . . . 60 00 Olio hall column, . . . . 70 00 One column, 120 00 II Id A IV KN. We have always on band a large stock ol blanks ol all descriptions. SUMMONS, BUBPtENAS, KXECUTIOXS, ATTACHMENTS, ARTICLES OK AGREEMENT, LEASES, HONDS, FEE BILLS, CONSTABLE'S BLANKS, , aVo., Ac, Ac JOB PRINTING. We are prepared to do all kinds of PRINTING siicn as POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, CARDS, LETTER UEADS, ' ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, PAMPHLETS, , CIRCULARS, Ao, 4c, IN TUB BEST STYLR, AND ON RKASONAKLB TERMS ORDKKS BY MAIL FOR AM. KINDS OF WORK WILL RECEIVE l'ROMPT ATTENTION. CJeo. II. (itooillnnder, Clearfield, . Clearfield County, Pa. THE MANSION HOUSE. Corner of 6ee.ud.nd Iserhei Streets, ( .KAHI-ll:l.l, PA. THIS eld sad .umu udW.ua Hotel lat.derli,, tbe paat year, been aalarg.d l. double i. luraier eanaelly fer the walertalameal of slraa. gera and guests. The whole building baa b... refurnished, and Iba proprietor will ,y. pains tt reader bis ga.su .oualeiubl. etil. suylag with Bias. pfTh 'Mansion ueuaa oaealta, runs u and front tb. D.pot oa tb. arrlv.) and departurs of lath train. W. C. CAHliON, July l TJ U Proprlaur LLKGnKNY HOTEL - Market Htr.et. t Irarlltld, P.. Wan. S. llradley, forsuorly proprietor of tbe Leonard llouae, having leaaod the Alleghetiv Hotel, sulieils a share of piihlie patroasge, The ilonae boa bees thoroughly repaired and aeoly furnished, and guests wtllilnd It. pleaaant (,.- Eing plero. Ihe table will b. supplied witb the est of everything in tbe morsel. At the bar will be found the beat wines and liquors. Uood stalling attached. WM. 8. UllADLKY, May 1 7. '76. Fruprialor. fjKMPERANCK HOUSE, NEW WASHINGTON,. PA. II. D. ROSE, . . Faoi aiaioa. Msals, 2e. Man and horse over Bight, f 1 (ill. Man and two horse, ov.r Bight, ll.&u. The Lett of aeeoBiinodatlons fur aoan nad brst. Oat. 2S';l-tf. WASHINGTON HOUSE, NKVV WASIIIKUTON. Tola Bear aBd well furnished boure baa Lea iaaeB by r.he uoaeraigned. He feels confident ul being able to render aatlsfaetioa to those who niay faror bim wilb a eall. Ma, I, I8JI. O. W. DA VIM, Prop'r. LOYD HOUSE, Mala Street, PUILU'obUHU, PKNN'A. Table alwara annulled wilb tbe bril it, m.rkui afforda. The u-aveliai public Is Invited to eall. Jau.l,'7S. BOBIiHT LOVIt. County National Bank, OF CLKARFIKLD, PA. ROOM In Uasonie Building, an. door oonL of O. II. WateoB's Drug Htora. FaasageTiok.U to and from LlTernool. Ouwli. town, Glasgow, London, Paris end Coiianoantn. Also, Irrafls for sale on the Royal liana of Irelenit and Imperial Bank of London. JAM Ko T. LaONAKI). Prei't. W. M. SIUYV, Canter. Janl,;7 DREXEL & CO., No. 31 Koutb TLIrU Mtrert, Philadelphia And Dealers in Government Securities. Application by mail will reeefva prompt at ten tion, and all Information cheer folly fumiihed Ordert lolicted. April 1 -tt. r. a. akruliv. m. w. ark old. j, a. iikhid F. K. ARNOLD & CO., Hanker) and Itrokons, KeUoldsvllle, Jrfferaon Co., Pa, Monev received on dcpoilt. Discount at iii derate ratts. KaMcrn and Forairn Kxchanir. al wara on hand and collections promptly made. Kevnoldsrille, Dec. IS, IS74. I? Jftitistrji, J. L. It. I1KICHHOU), V H C K ON I) K KT I XT, Unuluate of Ihe Pennnylranii Cc,lt-(ft of Dental 8urrTr. Offioe in rendenee nf Dr. Hill", riimoitie the tShw llooee. nthlS. 'JB-tf. DR. E. M. THOMPSON, (OBcs la Bank BuHdliig,) ;('urHCliavlllc, Clearfield I'a., I'a. mch I '7 if. m. hills, Ol'f.'Wef I'll'iV DOTIaT, CLEAKFIKLD, PKNN'A. mav'Ornc. In realdrnr., opposite 5baw lluu.e, jr,l7lf J. M. STEWART, ' SURGEON DENTIST, CLEARFIELD, PA. (OBc. la reaideseo, Seeood street. Kilnuis Oilde fin. admlalst.red fbr tbe paia- a.s silractioB af teetb. , Cl.arl.ld, Pa., Ua; 1, lSlMr. fHisrtUanfous. ! ( ( w la 'oar 4n towa- Teraia and j VUO on l fit free. Addraai lLllallet Conipaov, Forttand, Maine. (declJrttly. TO per day at bona, fianipleawnrlfa VV Vw K Ina. Addren btlnron t to., Pottliod, Maine. dtclTTHIy. OTO h. $11 a day at home tetlly mali. V l u Uoetly out hi tree. Addreti True A Co Auguita, Ualne. dIT7.1y. SIlOEMAklNd. I hereby Inform ny pa tront, nnd mankind in reoeral, that 1 have r mo red ny ahoemakinK ebop to the mm io Uraaam row, OTer b. 1. finydar'a Jewelry ttorr. and that I am pfepered ta do all kindf of work in my line ebaaper tban any otner ibop in town All work warranted al food aa oan be done &ny. wbera ele. Pealtlrely thin It tha chfanrft thup In Cleartitld. JOS. II. UKKIUNd. Deo. II, 1878 U. J.H.LYTLE, Wholesale dc Retail Dealer in GrocorioS, Til K LAKUk'HTand RKST SELECTED STutK IN T11K COl'NTT. . COFFER, TEA, SUGAR, 8YRUP. M EATS, FISH, SA LT, OILS, (ilTEENSWARK. Tl'RS and BVOKETH, DIM ED KRU1TS. CANNED 0 (WHS, SPICES, BROOMS, KLOl'JI, FEUD. . e County Agent for f . O ft f f. f .. ft f ' 4) TOH.U t OS, These gnods bougbt for CASH la large In", and sold at almost city Bviees. JAMES II. LYTI.E, ClaarCcId, I'. June II, lI-lj. The Bell's Run Woolen Factor) Pino township, CleerOaia Co., Pa. 11 II K N E l O II Tl BOT BOf BURNED UP1 TheiubMrlber hare, at great eipenea, rhuiM aelfSborbood neeeevtty, In the erection of a 6"1 alaii Woolen Manafaetory. with all th ai'-J" ImproTemant attaohed.aad ara prepared t all klndi of Clothe, Cetiimerei, Settaeiti, keU, l lannali, Aa. l'leai af goodi aa kaad apply all owr old and a Iheniaad new eHM.'Btit whoa wa aek to eoma and aiamlna oar itoek- Tha bnalneti of CARDIlfO AND FtlLMNO will raoalra opr aapeclal attention. Prof arrangement! wilt be made to receive and drli Weel.toteit eaiUmere. All work warrantH1 done apoa the ihorUit aotlee, and by atriat " tioa to btulaeti wa hope ta reallte a libera) af pal) lie petronaire. IO.(MMI POUNDS WOOL WANTED! Wa will pay tha hlgheit aarhet prlee for and tell Qnr mannfaotarad goodi ai low a i111' goodi ran ha twaght la tha oaaaty, and when'' wa fail la render reasonable aatiifaotloa alwayi ha foand at home aaady ta make F"f atplaaatloa, either la per ion or by letter- JAM 18 JOUN80N A euN-.