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IVuiiNjivaiilaElallroiKl TYBONB t CLEARFIELD BRANCH 01 N Bad after Ifoaday. NOV, I. 1880. the fpMMHger Traioi will run dally (axeent Sun. CLEARFIELD MAIL. LEAVE BQUTli. j LKAV1 NOHTn7 OunrolTlll..I.SOl r.M, Hlvarview HO, Olaarlald,. 1.40, Leonard, 48, " Barrett ...I.J4, " Woodland, 4.SI, ' Biflar,. 408, WallacaloB,.......!', " BlQ. Ball, 4 IS, " Graham 4. SI, " Phllipabura;, ...a.Si, " tatner'e 4.99, " Boyatoa 4.4, OeoaelB,,........a.6', Powalt.a, 4.05, " Summit, MS, " Vaaeeoyoa,......6.fl&, " Tyroat, 4.00, " Tyrooa,. .os,i. vaneooyoo,.... .!, " oammlt, H V.&0, " Powelton, 10.00," OkkIi,. 10.11, " Uoyat.n 10.17, " Hlelner'a, 10.11, Phllip,burf,..10.JS,' Oraaeai 10.1H," lllue Hall, IO.J7," W.llaoeloB,...l.4, " Bi(lar 10.61, W oodland 1S.M, Barrett,.,......, 11.07," Laonard, 11.12," Clearlleld, 11. It, " Rlvervlew......ll.lt. Curwen. villa,. 11.40a. CLEARPIELD EXPRESS. I.KAVK SOUTH. LEAVE NORTH. Onrwtaeville 0.81 A. Rivervlew... t.St " ClearB.ld...... J. 47 ' Tjron T.20 p. Vaneooyoo 7.4S " Summit B.ua " Powelton 8.17 Oaoaola,. 8 28 " Boynton, 8.84 M 8tainar'a, 8.80 " Pbillpabarg...l.fi Orabam 8.47 " Blua Ball 8.88 " VYallaoetoB,...S.u " Bijler 0.10 " Woodland 9.17 ' Barratt, 0.28 Laonard 0.80 ' Clearnell,....l0.07 Rivervie,...10.I.S " Laonard, a 41 .4T Barrett Woodland,... Bljler Wallaootoa,.. Blue Ball,.... Graham Phlllpahar.. Hteiner'e, Boyatoa SOI etis e.ii a.si t.n it.it 0.31 6.37 (.42 uaoaola,,, Powelton, fl.al Hummit 7.05 Venaooyoo,.... 7. IS Tyrone........ t.4t Curweotvillt 10.20 PniLIPSDUKO A M09IIANN0N BRANCHES LBAVB BOUVB. r. . a, a. a. . ariTioaa. M Mnrriidalt, 1:40 7:30 PhiltpaburK, 2 It 7:1.1 h'telnor'a LB ATS MART. a, a. f. a. r, u. 1:16 12:40 7:00 12:25 8:00 12:22 8:08 12:14 4:68 t:.')0 12:04 4:40 0:34 11:62 4:8o V .10 11:45 4:26 0:25 11.40 4:2o 0:20 11:36 4 10 0:16 11.30 4:05 0:10 11:25 4:00 III 7:40 2:55 10:20 7:5 1:10 10:36 8.11 1.19 10:41 8:10 8:23 10:48 8:28 8:30 10:53 8:38 1:38 10:68 8:41 3:40 11:18 8:40 Boynton, O.eeola, Atoahentioa, Starling,, Ifoatidala, MoCaul.y, Kandriok'a, Kamay. BALD EAGLE VALLEY BRANCH. F- Mali. MalL Eip. ? t. a. a. a. I.oa 8.20 laara Tyrona arrlva 8.81 7.65 a i a. si Bald Kir a (.17 7.42 8.01 t.lt Julian 6.38 T.06 8.43 (.38 (.23 (.00 6.26 8.14 0.43 Mlleabara; 6.16 s.ai Bellefonto 8.06 8.46 10.03 Milaaburg 4.15 .08 10.20 Heard 4.81 f i)-08 nrrlraL. Ilavea laara 8.66 TYRONE STATION. BABTWAHD. A. a. WBaTWAKD. a.m. Pittabnrrn Eip'al, 1.68 l'alflo Ktprare, 8:12 p. a. Way Paa.enger, 1:15 Chieago Eipraai, 8:3 Mail Train, 7:01 Fait Lina, 7:3n uaolanati Kip., 9:62 Pacific Klpre.a, 8:67 Jobnatowo Eipraal,0:O7 S. a. Chic.ro Da; Ei., 12:18 Mail Train, 8:08 Huntingdon Aeo'n, 8:20 Cloaa eoBBsotlone mada by al I tralna at Tyrone . S. BLAIR, Superintendent. mylMf. STAUH LINUS. A aUitoleevea Carwenavilledallv far Revnnl,l. Tillo,Bt 1 o'alook, p.tn.,arrlrini!at Reynoldiville at o o oioob, p. m. Haturning, learaa Itaynoida tilla daily, at 7 o'clock, a. m., arriving at Cur. wanarllla at 12 o'clock, m. Kara, aaob way, iJ. A ataga laarn CurweniTllla dally, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for DuBoli City, arrirlng at DuUoia City at ( o'eloob, p. m. Katurning, Icarea DuBoia at 7 o'clock, a. m., ilaily, arriring at Curwanirilla at llo'olook, m. Fara, auh way, $1.60, Allegheny Valley Kaiirond. . LOW GRADE DIVISION. N and aftar Monday, Not 16th, 1880, V tha naaaangar tralna will run daily (axoapt Sunday) batwaao Had Bank and Driftwood, m followa EAMTW ARD.Da Mall laara Pli,.i.-,. H. i nu aim i,:jj; ougo junction 1 ltl flaw DetutnuBl 11:65 p. Bl.t Alayavillo Troy 1:36 DrookriHa 1:58; Fullar'a 2.20 Mayarillo 1:10 ullar'a 2:20 ! Rav. aoldarllla2:38! Dulloll3:08i Rnall T,i..l I'll Paullald 8:42) Tjlcr'l .1:55 , llonaiatta 4:31: arrlraa at Driftwood at 6:20. W EST W A R l Day Mall learaa Driftwood 12 20 p. m.; Banaaetta 1:00 Tylar'a 1:28 : Pannald 1:30 ; Summit Tonnel 2:00; DuHolal:l6i RaynoldiTilla2:38,' Fullar'a 1:54; Brookrilla816; Troy 1:31; Mayarllla 3:65; New Ilclhlchcm 4:00; Sllgo Junotion 4:47; Rod Bank 6:03) arriraa at Pittabnrg at 7:40 p. m. at Tba RcynoldaTilta Aocomuodatlon laATaa Rcynoldirilla daily at 7:66 a. m.j and arrlroa at Kad Bank at 19:19 a. m., Pittaburgb at 1:40 p. m. Laaraa Pittaaurga at 2:16 p. m. Bad Bank at 6:66 p. m.; arriring at Raynoldavllla at 0:06 p. m. Cloia oonoactlnai mada with tralna on P. A I Railroad at Driftwood, and with tralna on tha Allaghany Vallay Railroad at Red Bank. DAVID McCARdO, Oan'l Sup't. A. A. Jacbbob, Snp't L. U. Dir. KARE FJIOM CLKAKF1ELD, TO nellafonto, Pa 82 05 Lock Haran .. 2 70 Williamiportn 8 80 Huntingdon.. 1 60 Middlatawn 25 00 Mariatta 6 66 Lanr-aitar 6 80 PHILADELPHIA 7 00 Altoona 1 86 Lawiatown 2 90 Maryirilia 4 60 Cuwanarilla 20 Owcola UARRIHRURd... 4 74! Jobnatown... t 86 I bilipiburg Tyrone 1 22 11 TTriBLRl) 8 1 $UsU;inrms. MEAT MARKET. F. M. CARDON b BB0.( Od Markal Bt, on. door weal of Maaaloa Hoo.a, CLEARFIELD. PA. Oor arraanamaata an rr Iba aioal aomiilata aharaelar lur furnlihinf tha imblla with Freak M.ataof all klBd.anil of Ibatarj b.,t quality. Waalao daal la all kind, of AirlaalMral lmpla. . i kbp od aiBioiiioB lor too baa- all of tha pobllo. Call around whoa la towa, an iaia a loot at thlnga, or ad.lr.ia aa , . ,, . F. M. CAHUON A BRO. Claarlald, Pa., Jnl, U, m.-tf. CENTRAL tnte Aoriual Nchool. (Eighth Xormal School District.) Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa. 'A. y. RA Vn, A. M., Ph. D., Principal Thl. Poho.l aa at araaanl ooc. dialed, olTara tha . laoiuuaa lor rrolaailoaal and Claaioal Bolldln naloiia, Inritlr,, and somtnodloua ""I"' "a r alaam, wall Taatllaud, and iprifir waUr. r ' Looalloa aaalthfnl bb4 aaar of atoaaa. Sorronadint aaeaar; aatarpaaaad. .n.r. aipanoaooa, amolent, and allra to Dlaalpllna, trm bat kind, aBlfora and thoroaia Kipanaaa nodarata. Ff7 aaatl a waak dadaotloa to Ibooa praparin, 8tuJ.au admlttad at anr lima. Cooraa of atad; praaorlbad b; tha Statai I. muui prnoni. n. fraparatonr. 111. Klaman. tary. IV. Sclaalita. iiuiTBCToottaaaai t . ' J1, cmarolal. Ill, Mail,. iv. nrx. Tha Klamentarj Bad Stl.aUHj anrmii, pro. faaaianal, and atadanu rado.llr,r tharala raoaira Blala Uiploaja., oonf.rrin, tha followina aorraa pnadln, d.,r...i alaMar of Iba Khrmaata aad Blaauraltb. ttalanoM. OradoatM la tha othar oaraaa ramlta Normal CartUcataa f tbalr at tamaanta, alfnad bj tha Faaalt;. Tba Profaulnal ooariaa ara llbaral, aad ara la thoroa(hBoaa aat lafarior to taoaa of oarb.il aollfnaa, J1" ' "V' ' ordw af eitliaa Ihlp. Tha tlaiaa demand It. It I, 00, of a,, prim, objoita of tbla achool to halp to aaaara It b, fnrnlfblai laUlllf.nt and .Bei.nl toaobtra for kar Mboola. To thl, aid It aall.lta joaat aw. aa af good Bbllilloi and (ood parpo,,-thoaa - improT. inair iiaa aadtbatrtal. anu. aa atad.nu. Ta all aoak It proaiiaaa aid la "0PlnH inwrpowora and abnndaat oi Bitlaa for wllnald lannraflM l..lH. k. For aatalogaa and tarn, addraaa Iba Principal, BOARD OF TRUSTEES TBCBaOLBBBB' TBVITBBB. 0a, I. O. Hlppja, Rao., o. Klm.ln,, E. i. Ma. ""i1, w. Tf. itanltn, w. II. Browa. atiTi racaraaa. Hon. A. O. Oartla, Boa. B. L. DleffMhMh, Oaa. J.aaa Marrill, Hoa. Wm. Blalw, I. O. 0 Whala7,g. U.llar aloCamlck, E,,T I aFriciMi i t wiuuamnLER, Pr..ld.nl, Claartald. Pa. On.JISSI MKHRILL, - Vlaa Praaldnt, Lock Haran, Pa. ' S. MILLAR M.UVRMICK, Seeiwlarr, IAfk Haraa, Pa. HI0MA8 TAKDLKY, ' , ' ' Traaaarat, Look Barn, Pa, U IHraa, P, Aa,it , IIM.I,. jLUlsrfllaiitucs. John hm ( Bros., (TRWENSVILLB, PA, DKALKIIS I.N All Kinds or Merchandise, 81011 AS- Dry Goods, Gror cries, Etc. ti MAN I'FACTI' HERS AND DEALERS IN ti aui: TDiiniH, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF SAWED LDMBEE CUT TO 0BDEB. Tho Only lianufttetu rorit in Clcarflold County of tho NEW PROCESS FLOUR I H l l.Ot II, CHOP t'UF.It LHlfS OJT II. I. YIH VWGn& paiJ for all kinds of Grain Wheat, Wye, Oats, Etc. CurwaBiIH, Pa., June'l, 1880-tf. HOFFER'S Cheap Cash Store HltOM M). TIIHI'.i;. () Pi; II .4 ll()l'E. Clearfield, Pa., WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Oouprlalog Drew Goods of tho rery Uteit tjli, (wdiiiiidk in pan oi uuouierf, Mioohiiltr FftDotn. AlpacM, ftod ll mtnncr of Fancy Dress Goods, Sunt, m Cratont, Mohair Luitert, PUldi, Drata (iinghamii, lren Fitnoiea of tht rtry latest atjltu, and ai ohsap at Ihej otn bt fold ta titii market. NOTIONS, ConiUtiog of Uluvea for Uentu, Ladle and frit net, jirf or ail ibaUee, Huk rnnnei, Larrt, FaDoy Dreii Buttooi. Ladies' Tim of all fbadei and styles, CuiTi and Collars, Riblions of all kinds and qualities. Merino L'ndertrear, Trima4ngi, te. BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES. Queoiisware, Hardware, Tinware, iarpelH, OilCIotliH, WALL PAPER, LEATHER, FISH, Etc, Which will be sold wbuUsal or retail. Will take Country Produce In EicUanpB fur Cooda at Market Price. WM. J, HOPPER. Mrarfif Id. Pa.. tPt. VI, ihhd tf. & NEW IMPROVED EIGHT-FLANGE Fire-Proof Safes. The only 8-Flango Safe in the World, AND COSTAININO More Improvements than any Safe made, such as The 1MTJKKT Inside Bolt Work, More loeuro from Burglars than any nre itooi aaie, anu no oxpenn in rcpniring Uolti or Locki. Patent Hinged Cap, Four-Wheel Locks, Inside Iron Linings, Solid Angle Corners. J. Hose Sftfoa are now beinir "oltl in this State In LARGE NUMBERS, And gWe Uio Greatest Satisfaction, Being the Most Ilighly Finidied, Best Mada, and Cheapest First- biass basts mr Proiucca. Thoe Colobratod Palos had the Champion Record III TUB Great Boston Fire, And nine that lime oriat and ikpob iajtt improvimkntb, hare been made. fiolora clvlnff Tour onlnr in mi othor concern, eond for prioei and descriptive CaUlogno. M0MIS& IRELAND BOSTON, MASS. Dm. II, Hja-i,. Uu? tlrnlUrrafnts. CVH'HT PHOCrAMATKtM.-WniiiiAa.i J Hon. 0. A. MAY Kit, fraaident JudKe of he Court of Conmoa 1'laas of 'he Iwenif -flftb Jndleiatl Ustriot, nttiiowd of the eon biles of rirardfld, Centre and Chalnn. and Hon, Aurah Oqiki end ll'n. Vimikit I). IIoi.t, AMooiale Juigrt i-l CUatrOctd county, hive Waited tbotr pr(Httit, 1o m duroifd, tor ttit boliiing uf a Court oi ivuim'.n ! (, ai ine ui.uri iiiu, at t lear fteld, tn and f-r tbe tiioijr i.f Clear tip,. I, mitn nisnoioitoolhe Fourth Moiidayul May, IrtHl, bflnn lite HM ilaj ol Die utuiilli, and eon Hauli'ff ooe week. NOTICE U therefore hny glvej to jurtrt and witntMas, la and for said county of Oiearllel l t b ana appear in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M.of said dny, to do lUoe tilings wuicu ib ineir ueoaii per lain to be dun. U1VKN under tnv hand at Clsarfleld. ll.I (Ith day of April, in the year of our Lord one utuussna eignt hundred and olichty-ona. JAlKd MAHAF1KV, Hheriff. aprllfl-to. Widow's Appraisement. Ia Ihe matter of the estate of Nicholas J. Walsh, lata of Woodward totrnship, Cluarlleld county, n , uvo a. Whereas. Mar Walsh, widow of aaid deceased baring eleoted lo retain real estate to the amount oi U0, notice Is hereby g ivaa that the an Drill era appointed to raluo and appraise the same, have filed thir report with tha Clerk of the urpnans t ouru letlinf aside to too widow afore said, at the appraised value of $2T6, tha undivided onehalf of a etriaia lt or plcoeot ground, situate in noria uoutsualt, oodwnrd township, Clear' neia oounty, fa, iron it nf inu ftt on Bwope street, and running baok at right angles south 37 degrees wst 160 feet to Otter alley, and known as lots No. 30 and 103 In the general plan of mb uouiauBte, wincn ma report naring open oo nfl rued mi si. by the Court, will be offeied for oonurmation aitpoiuie on tbe 1st Mondar of June term, A. D. 1MI. OtO. M FKItUl'SON. ClcsrSrld. Fa, Apill 13, 1 Sit I St. Hrgiiter. A'ollfi- to llcir4 ! IN the mutter of the Parlitlno of tbe real estate of Jonathan Wiser, lata of Uradfurd township. Clearfield oounty, 1'a., deoesied. A writ uf Partition having been awarded in tbe above ease on tbe application of Harah Wietr, William II. Verner and Sarah Jane Venter, and placed in my hands, I Mil oonreue a jury upon Ihe ground lor Ihe purpose of eircuting aaid writ on tha.liitb DAY OF MAY, A. I). lhBl. To Hrnry Wiser, Israel Wiser. Hannah Wiser. Intermarried with William Dstts,Jonathan Wiser, tiinuxey n iser, Alexander n iser, Jared Wiser, Mary Wiitr, intermarried with Joseph Y tit her a, Margery K. Wiser, intermarried with Henry Young, Sarah Wiser, intermarried with Lindsey Stone, Susannah Wiser, Intermarried with tleurire Uroen, and Lewis Wiser, children and heirs of Jonathan n iser, defeased. on and tack you win taxe noiioeiuai me jury oi inquest aummoued by me. will meet at tho farm house on the farm belonging to the estate of Jonathan Wiser, deo'd., in Uradfurd township, Clearfield oounty. Pa . fur tha purpose of making partition or of appraising the same If It em not be divided, on FRIDAY, MAI lfltn, a. ii. ion, at IQ o'elock A. M. o said day, whrn and where you are warned to at' tend. JAMES MAIIAFFKY, Snamirr'a Omci, ) ShtritT. Clearfield, Mar, 2A, 61-4t. f c 4IUHT PHOt I.AMATKIN. WlllRlAl, Hob. 0. A. MAYER. President Judge of ill Court of Common Plena of the Twenty -fifth Judicial Dlatrtet. eomnosad of me eountioa oi iiearneia, centre and UHnton and lion. Ann am oodrn and Hon. V meant 11. lloLTh Associate Judges of Clearfield eounU kar iiined their precept, to me direoted, for the holding of a Court of Common Pleas, Orphans' Court, Court of Quarter Sessions, Court of Ujor and Terminer, and Court of General Jail Deliv ery, at the Court House at Clearfield, Id and for the oounty at uiearneia, entnmenftna; on tti ruth Monday ot Nay, i.lOtti day) A. I. IfhhI, aua to cotitinue (orotic week. NOTICE IS, therefore, hereby given to the Coroner, Justices of tha Peace, and Constables, a and for aaid eoanty of Clearfield, to appear In their proper persona, with their Records, Holla, inqulaitiona, Kiaminatlone, and other He mem- branees, to do those things which to their ofiioea, and In their behalf, pertain to be don. l)y an Act of Assembly, passed tba 8th day of mat, a. ii, mo4, it ia made me duty or tbe Jus tioes of the Peace of the several o unties of this Common wo a 1th, to return to the Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions of tha reftiective Bounties, all tue reoognitanoa entered into before Lbein by any person or persona ehareed with the oomioisaien of any orime, axoept such eaaea aa may be ended before a Justice of the Prace, un der existing laws, at least ten days before tha commencement of the session of tha Court to which they are mada returnable respectively, and in all eases where any recognisances art entered into less than ten dara before theoommaneftmaut of tbe session to which they ara made returna ble, the said Justices ara to return the earn in tbe fame manner aa If said act had not been paaard. GIVEN andar my band at Clearfield, this 0th day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty. one. i apriltte JA.MK4 MAUAFt'KY, Sheriff. ! Sheriff's Sale. Bt virtue of Writs ef Venditioni Krpmnat, Issued out of the Court of Common Pleas ef tlearnelJ oounty, and to me directed, I will nose to public sale, nt the Court House In tbe birough of Clearfield, on Saturday. April 33, IMWl, At 1 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, to wit t All the interest of the Defendants In two lots of land situate in the borough of Iloutsdale, Clearfield eountv, Pennsylvania, bounded and dfitcrlbed as follows! Being Lnta Nos. 2S and 2U3 adjoining, fronting no Mo A leer atreet about SOU feet and running back 160 feet to Pine alley, and bounded by Hailroad street on the north, McAteer street on the west, by pine alley on the east, and an allay on the south, contain ing about one-half an acre of ground, with a large double brick house. .12x40 feet, two slorias blh. auu Bioar ouiuunaings mereon erected. ee i led, taken in execution and to be sold as tbe property of William Watchman and Thomas n atoli ins n, A I.SO, fly a writ of Fitrn Faefot, at tha same time and place, all tbe Defendant's interest in,tbree certain lots tn Kelt ClearfiHJ, known as lots Not. ID. 20 and 21, bounded and described as follows : He ginning at a post "n southeast oirnur or Hills ftreet and Spring alley; thence in an easterly direction along Hills street one hundred and fifty (:-0) feet to a post on western line of lot No. 22 : tbenee in a southerly direction aloug said line of mi no jj two nun a red (Zi0) leet to a post on Vlrgh alley ; thence In a westerly direction along Virgin alley one hundred and fifty ( 160) fee' toe post on oorner of Virgin and Spring alleys thence la a northerly dlrojtion along Kpring alley two hundred (300) feel to the place of beginning. Seised, taken in execution and to ba sold the property of John Kottler. Tirkb or Bali. The orlce at sum at hlnh the property shall be struck off must be paid at the time of sale, or aueh other arrangements made as will be approved, otherwise tbe property will be Immediately put up and sold again at the einame auu ma oi uiv person lownom ii was struck oil, and who, In ease of dsllclonoy at such re-sale, shall make good the same, aad in no instance will the Deed be presented la Court for Confirma tion unless the money Is actually paid to the """ w a an & -5 m aii At r ky, Saaairr'a Orrica, ) Sheriff. Clearfield, Pa,, April 6, 1R81. VUX LIST. Names and location of those persons drawn aa jurors to serve at Mnv term, commencing on the fourth Monday (2:id), sou ouoiinuing iwo wees; i : Tn van J i eons Woxdat, Mat S.1d. Lew Lawhead, Clearfield Jaa Glenn, Ferguson, MDDelavlB.Uuutsdals Wash Hess. Greeuwood. John u ilenn, Jaa Mltohall. Lawrence. K D llartman, Osceola. J H Friday, P Hullupcter, Dccearia, John Ilrown. J Mooabarger, Morris, J L Stewart, " action Kamalev. Bell. A A Long, Pike, no llumbaraer. Hocus. i John Reed. Sand. Wm Crowell, Uradfurd, i P It Weaver. W (learbart, if P Uollister," Kll llarmoo, llraljr, (l.o Harlafalt, " I.aao D Ulilar" Thoa rnltar Kraak Vol, T H Simon. W W Km., Ilarnii.le, Hh.ff Coraoa, . " K McKm, Jna AdJIaiaaB, Chaat, W RnBnarra, OorlngtoB, D S llugbaa, baoatur. Job llarTi.on, Woodward Jaa Hamaoa, WW Ilrpbara, jona Ll.ya, Oaaso Jeaoaa Montur, Mat IOts. A 1 lUarttj, Clf ard.l J'i Wra Moffat, Ilaaalar, U W Ihca.v. Iloutij.l. R n Fl.,.1 Oo.h.n J 11 Kellv, N Waab'itoo Saia'l Ntllea. tlolich. J J Pit, OatMla i A H Koa.nhran,.lloat.a a n if rata, uaooana, irrad Urowa, ' H 1. Dandarion, Bell, '.lao Swan, Jr., Jordaa, Kd lloovar. Bo..,. Il'hilin Erh.r.t Kn. J.ff Lilt, llradfuid, J t Mullen, Lawraooa, nwiiiar j w llollaobaeb. Morri, H 1 lurltj. " Jno B Kvlar. IS Pry, W N Proll.aro, Sandv, t 0 Uearhart, Uw.tar,IJao Clark, Woodward, Sbcoud Wiib Monr, Mir IOts. H.rry Roaa, Claarlald, iM W John.oa, Oreta'd Irnrat lloek. " I W J Coor.d. Onli.h Jaa Moor., Ilnatidals, flao W Spioa, " Doa SI II. Frailer N. P. Browa, Hntoo, John II Pottw, h Cltjr, J Ror.nkrana, " r, n eiaraioa, Aattbrug.'Wni HofTmaa, " Waa Maja, Oaaeola, ISaninal Lot, " And Klaar.WBlleoetoa, I'atar Hava, Raot laaa. l.vla, Bacaaria. W M o.ik.. Sara'l Hod la, ' Wm Loakalt, Lainaal Rool, R J Sh.no.r, Lawr.se., Saraual Watl.l, Drll, Itunh Mollaa, " W 1) Khlr.T, Bradford. Tboa l.iu.irk J L I'.aroa, " Wra Ueanmoar, " Raai'l Ua.btrr ' . 1 ) Dan,rl,b.r,.r, Plka, W A Hoovar, Cbrl.t Uardlooh, " Daalel Fl.her, Ckr.t, : Koh.rl Porta. - AlbartDaWI I ft K.ata, Hand., Tbonaa Kill,. " lk.i..h... u.. ,. J CalherwooJ, Ilwatar, Uao Uaakla, ' " aPOMatura. J a ll.r.i. Joha llaahtt, ' IB W o,t.., Woodw'd. w B aiornaa, Cbaa t Kaa, Daa'l lioaaar, Orabara, i llarrj llartrnaa, as Wt. tha aad.r.ln.1. harabv ..ritr. ... .v. forasotag Hat af aaraaa of paraoa, wara drawa bv aa oa tho Id da; of April, A. D. Ilsl, la aaoord. aaot with traira laaaad bt tha Hoa. Cbarlee A Mavar, Praaldaal ladge af Iht Coarla ef Clear l.ld coontr, aaarlag data tht Id dar af April, A. D. ISSI. tt aarva aa Grand BS T... Joror, la tba Mvaral Court, ta h. bald ai n..,. laid, tomainrlng ta tba fourth Moadav (J.ld) ia Uaj, A, I. DM, lo eonllnoa two waaka. r. JAMBS MAHArPEY, Sharif. A. J.JACKROIf, WM. R. BROWN, . - . CalaloBtr. Claarlald, Pa., Apr. I, llll-u. oe THE REPUBLICAN. CLKARKIELU, PA. WKDNK8DAY MOKN1NU. AI'lilL 1(1, 1IK1. THE LITTLE ONES. O ' when at dawn the children wake, And patter up and duwa the stairs, The Howera and loa.as a glory take, Tbe rosy light a splendor sbarca, That Bevai more those eyes ooald sea, If aiy sweet ones were goe from me. And when al eve they waleh and wait, To fold me In their arms ao white. Jdy burdeos, whether small or great, Ars flharined away by oalm delight j And shutting out tbe world I liva The purest moments life can give. Uut when at bedtime 'round ma kneel Wee, tender, loving, wbite-rebed lorma, With bands upraised In fond appeal Ah ! then are bushed life's weary storms ; And Heaven eeema vary near to tue, With my sweet darlings 'round my kneel MASSACHUSETTS. THIS IS THE YANKEE BLARNEY' STONE STATE. PLYUODTU HOCK KTILL 801.11) fun CBIMK AND FRAl'O. We disliko to talk about our nuigh- born, but thu rolu of raaialily aiwumcd by Dawes and Hoar, Senators from Maanaebusetts, on tho floor of the Sen ate, ie in harmony with the conduct of their grandlalbent, when they hung women for being witches, cut tho tongues out ot tho mouths of Quakers, and banished Hoger Williams qnd his lollowers into a wilderness governed by the Indians. Tho Bedford Gazette tells tho bnlunce : Of all tho States in the Union Mas sachusetts claims to have been fore most in maintaining public credit at overy sacrifice, and in opposing repu diation in overy form and under dis guise. The present iiepuhlican leaders in Massachusetts afTect tho highest stand ard of morals ; yet the two Senators from that Slulo 'stand forth as the special advocates of tho corrupt coali tion by which tho Republicans have procured tho Senate committees. The wholo burden of tho defense of tho Mahone bargain has fallen upon them. Mr. Cuwes, as the mouthpiece of the caucus, reported tho disgraceful nomi nations ol (iorhain und liiddlebergor, both absolutely by Mahone. Mr. Hour is Chairman of privilegesand Elections and member of three othor committees. Mr. Dawes is Chairman of Indian af fairs and member of three other com mittees, including the Appropriations, a pluco in which ho runlis with an or dinary chairmanship. IIow did they reach these posts of distinction? By making a contract with tho Virginia rcpudiator, in payment for bis vote, to nominate Gorburn, a boiling mnchine Republican, and Riddlcberger, an anti aebt paying Democrat, for tho two firstjhonors ol tho Senate. Stripped of all shams and fulso pre tenccB, this was tho substanco ol the bargain, now plainly to be seen by all mon. Xo wondor that dav bv duv Dawes and Hoar are heard defending the venal alliance. If they had gone into open market and bought their seats, tho transaction would huvo been no moro degrading than it appears. They traded off the honor and tho good numo of the Senate. Tho debt of Virginia was not crea ted by carpet-baggers, as in other Southern States. It is an honest debt incurred for kical improvements. In a speech at Richmond Mr. Mahonode-J dared the amount of that debt to be t32,077,0fl0.02. II, JI. Riddlobergor, tho nominee of the Republican caucus for Sergeant at-Arms, carried through tho Virginia Legislature a bill, which would now be a law but lor tho veto of the Democratic (fovernor Uolliday, which scaled tho debt down to 19,- C95,l'Jti. That bill struck off moro than ono third of tho debt. It roluscd to recognise interest due tht bond holders at home and abroad during the civil war and tho period ol roconstruo. tion. It reduced the Interest from 0 to 3 per cent. And finally, it reBorv od tho right to lax the bonds, and to tax thorn in such a way that tho re duced interest might he slopped alto gether, the hoUci getting nothing. This is the platform of thu so called Readjusters in Virginia, and it was the uiBiincuve ami the only issue upon which Mahone was elected to tho Sun. ate, by a combination between the ro pudialors of both paities. All tho pretendod love for the negro and for a "frco and fair bullot" is an after thought of Mahono and tho Re publicans, invented in tho hope of cov ering op tho bargain. A ainglo fact will dispose of tho attempted docep- In 18(4, when this question of the State debt was before the Legisla ture in another form, a colorod mem ber named Moss is thus reported in the Richmond Whig, Mr. Mahone's personal organ : Mr. Mora (elored) had aot Inroad fraoj tba apaache, that had baan Blade wheth.r Vtrvini. uwwi ui aau. ai an. ! tit did aba ooald aot a. aa iadivldual would aot la har aitaatioa. Ha waa for paving ever, dollar ILs Slat, owed, Tat bad aot forgottaa ht waa a alava wbae Iba debt waa contracted Bor did ha force! that Iha de.tiBT of Virginia waa hie daattny. Ilia properly waa aa gooa lor teiee aa any other aiao'a nrnuartv. Soma aaid tba State waa bankrupt, othara that tha debt waa eoatraotad on tha faith of alava proper ty, and aa that property had beaa awrulawai. tba debt waa ao longer binding, lie thaa aummad ap: "If It I, a Ju.t debt waowe, wa nu.t pay It." Being a.ked by Mr. (loodtoea (relored) whether ba waa for or again. t the re.olatloa, he replied bt waa agaiaat anything Ilka repudia tloa. This colored man may have been illit erate, but bo was honost. Tho senti ments he uttered could not bo improv ed even in Massachusetts. While M Moss waa on the floor, Mr. Kiddlebor gor, Mahono's chief of staff, and now bit candidato for Sergeant at-Arms, re quested him to givo way for a resolu tion. Ho politely gavo way, and his oourtcsy waa answered, aa reported by tho Hichmond Whig, in this way: Mr. Moa, laally gavt wav for Mr. R.d.lI.K... gar to offer a reeolutioa, wbieh turaad oat to bt loaipei tot member rion Buckingham ( Mr. Molal aa a anleanee. Kor upholding the good faith of tbe otalo and for opposing repudiation. Mr. Riddlcberger triod to expol this worthy colored man from his scat in tho Legislature "as a nuisanoo I" Tbe motion was rejected, but the stigma of the attempt rests on Riddlobergor, who is now put forward, endorsed and an plaudcd by Mr. Dawca and Mr. Hoar preeminently entitled to the favor and the oonfidonco of the Republican party in Massachusetts and elsowhore. Kxiirimint. An exchange says: Ocn. IJotlcr talks of starting a now j. uaa, miner wouia make) a good party by blmsolf if be oould only reconsiruciou, Twelve bodies have thus far been cremated at Washington, Pa. THE a HEED FOR OFFICE. The odilor' of tho Chicago Inter Ocean has been spending w.mo lime in Washington recently, and, on his re turn home, he remarks: "Ono of the saddest and most mor tifying spectacles in politics ia the sight now presented in Washington, where dozens of cx-nflicials, most of them former members of Congress, nre cling ing to tho skirts ol powor and begging for plneoa whero they can live. It is getting so that delcated Congress man looks to thu nation to support him over alterward, and it is humili ating that this should be so. A man is elected two or three times lo Con gress ; ho kuvis his business with tbe idea that ho is to set tho country wild with his eloquence ; be does not do it ; ho is an ordinary man, and iu a short timo is superseded. Forthwith he turns up as an applicant lor office lie besieges his former associates, and they recommend him to thu President, lie has lost his place, and, of course, should be provided lor. JS'ow, tho Inter-Ocean wishes to suggost that theso men should return homo and go to work. They havo learned some thing that will bo valuable to them In tho way ol cxpmen o, though it may bo unwelcome. They are not states men, and they know, or certainly ought to know, that they are not- Having learned this, thoy can pitch in with other struggling mortals, and perhaps, in a less ambitious field achieve success and distinction. Look ing over the various ollkes in the gilt of the government, domestic and for eign, one is struck by tho 'number of names that used to appear on the Con gressional roll. If hulf quarter of tbe present applicants succeeded iu obtain ing places, this number will be largely increased, when it ought to bo decreas ed. There cannot be too much dis couragement of professional office seek ing. hvcry year that a man spends in public life unfits him, in a measure, ami more ana moro, lor tbe private citizenship. 11 o loses his keenness and narrows his mind. His thought is no longer broad and general, but oonfincd to tho one auhjoot of how to perpetu ate his lease of place and secure him Bclf from overthrow. Of course, this is not the case with all ; there aro men who cannot be bound by such means, and who snap the cords whenever they intorfere with their freedom of locomo tion ; but the rulo is good, neverthe less. Tho Inter-Ocean is not In favor ef a civil service aristocracy which tho namby pamhy and impracticable advo cates of civil service rclorm would in flict upon tho country, but it looks earnestly for some relief from this scramble for place, which seems to grow worse year by year, and which actually consumes about half the timo which the President and Congress should give to tho interests of tho na tion." JEFFEKSOX 'S A XXI VERSA ft Y April 13th wbs a greut day among the Democrats of Now York. Thomas JofTerBon, the IV. President of the United Stales, was born at Shad well in tho Stato of Virginia, on tho 13th day April, A. D. 1743, served two terms from 1801 to 1809, and died at Monti- cello, Virginia, July 4th, 1820. In the present emergency 0f tho Democratic parly, it is well to recall and recon sider tho political doctrines and emi ncnl virtues ol its great founder. On last, iroanesuay mere was a general colobration of tho anniversary of this great man s birth by all Democrats who behove in the principles be enun ciutcd. As tho author of tho Declaration ol Independence, upon the principles ol which the American colonics based the war aguinst Great liiitain, and for the maintenance of which Jefferson, Uan- cock, I arroll and their brave colleagues pleilged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honors, Jefferson will be remembered forever by a grateful country, and tho Democratic party which bas followed in his footsteps may well claim Ihut Immortal docu ment aa the principles upon which their party is founded. But in addition to this, Jefferson represented Democ racy in other acts and by his own per sonal character. Ho was the author of the Virginia Colonial statutes for religious freedom, tho abolition of primogeniture and feudal distinctions, and the restoration of the right of con science. Theso wero almost revolu tionary measures In Virginia at that time, when English aristocracy ruled and owned the colony; but he pushed them through, though of birth high enough himself to placo him among that aristocracy, lie was so far an anti slnvory man, though a largo por tion of his property consisted of slaves, that he procured tho passage of a law aa long ago as 1778, when bo was but 35 years old, prohibiting tho importa tion ot Slaves. hen (iovernnp nf irginia, during tho Revolutionary War, ho absolutely cxhaustod her re. sources In bis efforts lo benoflt tho common cause of tho colonics, because of bis belief in universal freedom. Uis love of freedom, indeed, had aevcror tests than this. His devotion lo the Democratic principles of sell-govern-mont brought him into almost savago warfare with othor statesmen upon tho question of recognising the French Republic, and producod lor a timo the stormiest epoch in our history. Ue unow no middle course in matters of such vital importance. Ho bcliovod in no superiority by birthright among mon wnom liod had made. Tho Di vine Being had not used an apprentice band on one Individual and the hand of an export on another. In Franco tho Revolution had cast torror over the aristocrats. Ii was in Itself an as sertion ol Jefferson's Innato conviction tho equality ol man. Ho fought for it against Washington and Hamilton, nnd against ovon the sentiment of tho whole country, and he gained his point. In his own personal character, Jef ferson was the Ideal of Democracy. Ho was a do voted thinker npon every sub ject which concerned the rights of in dividuals and an aggrcssivo ro for -nor In regard to the autocratic doctrines which then prevailed. Ho believed so strongly in sell-government that he re garded a sot government as equivalent to a necessary ovil. He enunciated the famous axiom of being governed too much. He attached no weight to anthorily except so far as it was neo essary for the maintenance of good or dor. lie was jealous of the rights of save eency. the people so far that even whon Pjes-I $0tfl9 Ident he objected to tho lilies which! . ' had been accorded the occupant of Ihe pIsco. tueh as "Your Kxeellency" and "Mr. President," as uncalled lor and tending to indicate a rank which was not consonant with Democratic prin ciples. In furtherance of the same personul views, he believed in a sover eignly of Stales, each one regulating its internal affuira by its on n laws, the confederation of States being used only as the bond of Union Is used as a bond of strength for defense. His own home, Monticello, was an open house at all times. To its warm hospiiulity, even whon its munificent owner was bitterly suffering from financial oinbar ..ii i i .... - i luonuiuiii, uii wuj turors nun jiussers oy wore welcome, iney were tn lion imago, and they wore Jemirson's brothers. Among his guests at all times wero tho learned of a nations, who visited even tho most distant nor nous oi our snores, as wen as trie or . . ,, .. dlliarV SUukum fur nrtlilinnl lr,tniarli.(l,r,t , 11 is homestead became hotel for statosmen and litoratours. DoChus- telleuz. a nnhlumitn nf b'rfiiirn akn spent weeks at Monticello, wroto to all fcuroiKi ol this aggressive author of tbe jjiiuuijfia nuieu uvurwueims ail anstO- oratio distinctions : "Ho is the most ac complished gentleman of his epoch Thomas Jefferson diod on the 4th of July, tho anuiversary of his groat Heo- taralion. Providence itself, in this act, seemed to offer a recognition of tho HtnesB of bis lifo. Ml ST A KEN OA It FIELD. The Now loik Post Buys: Presi dent Garfield has made his first mis toko. It is a very gross ono. Ho has nominated Stanley Matthows for Su preme Court Justice New York Uarald We are glad to see that the Sonato Judiciary Commiltoo are taking timo to eonsidor tho nomination of Mr. Stan ley Matthews to be a Judgo of the Supremo Court. Wo havo already said that it is not a nomination fit to be made. rflaltimort Amarltaa. fReo.ll .No nomination that haa been made for a long time bos excitod such gen oral disapproval as did that of Mr. Matthews when his name was sent to the Senate by Mr. Hayes; and, if any- thing, tho dissatisfaction has increased since then. Tho President may con sider that, he is under obligations to Mr. Hayes to renew tho appointment; but, as a matter of nolicv to ssv nolhlr,,, f ... .'.-.... f "". unuuiuaa Ul air. juaiinews lor the place it would be a serious mistake. Chloaro Tribune. "Till KASON for Matthkws." The Washington dispatches assort that tho potent reason which is urged by Foster and othorsnt Washington on be- toilf of RtHnlr.1- M.l,n. T. n..,.t.l.. J " J " V4IU B lobby attorney, was that his failure to secure connrmnuon, when bis name was sent to the Senate by President Hayes, "was a mortification to him," and that "tho now Administration uugui iu ienu us power to lorco him .!. . . - I . . upon tbe Supremo Bench in order to relieve his chagrin." It is truo that the Sonato showed its disapproval of tbe nomination of Gould's lobbyist by its unusual relureneo. rBoffalo Comraerelel Ar?vartl.ar.1 If it bo true and such is tho state ment of those assumed to be well In- . 1 it-.f. I r... lurincu mat, oianioy Matthews was renominated out of respect to Mr. Hayes, President Garfield has strained tho quality of courtesy. Thero is noth ing to bo gainod by an altompt to gain- , i - r . . . . , SaV thA fuel that fltA o,,nn n ,Anl . excessively unpopular; it does not elicit unqualified approval in any quar tor outside of a small circle of tho ap- pgintees personal friends. If Presi dent (iarficld did sond the nomination iu, expecting that it would bo rojectod, it is earnestly to be hoped that he will not bo disappointed. A FRAUD EVEN IS HIS TEM- 1 EHANCK PEETEyiJOSS. A prtwher named Lanuh&n. tho pantor of Mr. llayeiV church here, baa published a lcttersaying Mr. Ilayes is a toetotaller or total abstainor, ami fu- riously denying my frequently pub- lisbed statements. How docs Lana- l t , ban know that Mr. Hayes nevordrinks aiiytuingr lie knows lie nover saw him drink that's all I I know a rood many mon, and women, too, just as good as Lanahnn, who say ho docs drink. Lanalian, if ho goes at it iiiot- ly, can And a scoro of pcoplo right here in Washington who havo drank wine with Mr. Hayes, and some, I am euro, who Have drank whiskey and brandy with bim. I will go Author than this. If lr. Lanalian will come to ino I will give him tbo name of a lady (piivatoly and not to he used by him) in the highest circles and of the highest re- BSt re- spoctability who was offorcd first claret auu mivu nuvrry vy jure, iiuyod her sell in the hito House. Still further 1 will give him the namo of a irontlo. man who offered to give Mrs. Ilayes a case ol whisky shortly before she left the Into IIouso, which was accented Wholhor It was dclivorod 1 do not know. Still further, I will givo him the namo of a gentleman In Wost Wal- nut street, Philadelphia, who enter- lainod Mr II.. . I t.r... lJ" " "aiaat, uaaataat aad P t .MuuBiiuit vtuore Sevoral kinds of will Wero ftlrnishod I will lw.l,. r.i , B niw uuiitioiliau who sat beside Mr. Hayes, and he will tell Ir. Lanalian what he told me. tbat Mr. Hayes drank moro wine than anvbo.lv !. at k. 4.1,1- -kt-l. j "' tiiiuu waai a good deal. One more stop and 1 am done. If Dr. Lanalian will call on m. I will show him a copy of Colonel For ney's Progress of last Augnst, In which is printed the following in large type' nn ii ii . i . . jiaoa, me urn time i saw ntm in i niiaacipuia, joined me in a glass of champaign at tho Union Loarrue.' There has been altogether too mnch maudlin hypocrisy about the Hayes lamny. rhiladelphia Times. A Itn.n., .... It... . ...on,no i.iaatBi.-Aj II- ftw .,. mr. irtuur IS 100 Prai,l..nl nf .k. TT.I...1 t, aiaaa . w, . V1MVU ovstes. I1D .. uu, m uuuatur, uui me peculiar con. T" dilloo of tho Senate give, hlra the pow- erof Senator throniih his caaLinn vole. Mr. Arthsr apparently thinks vs Al tm II V W I offlco to truculently boast about thecor. rum a venue DOIOI that he will ait Conklinir to dur.t rr.i I dont (..arfleld s nominations. It would the country an uncdilying spec- tacl. If Mr.Conkling should III hi, PSMeKhSrtt Vies President to do bis bidding ai- 7 Isrtly and with an .pp.ar.no. ol ds- ..plblV .VtJTJ K5. "" LOYD UOUSK, Mala Htraat, PIlILlfHUUKIl. FKNN'A. Tabl. alwaya au,plid with Iha baat taa uiarka afforda. Tha tra.aliaf pabll. la tnvltad loeall. Jaa. i,';. Boiimr lovi. V-TASHINUTON' UOUSK, IT NKW WAHI11NUTON, FA. Tbla a.w aad well furalabad hoaaa haa barn Ukaa bjr tba aniaralgaad. Ha faala aoandaat of aetns abla to raadar aatiafaotloa to tboaa who ma favor him with a call. M.j I, isri. O. W. DAVIS, Proe'r. -pEMPKRAXCE IIOUSG, NEW WA3M.NOTON, PA. II. D. ROHK, . . Paopaiaroa. jMVTba boat of BSouBimodatlnBa for Baa aai ana.l. A 'ibaral ahara of aublla patruaaga aoliBtted. iep2V,'S0. jj HOUSK s kj CLKARKIKLD, PENN'A. ANDHSW PEfTZ, JR., Propria. tl,i. ,,. jut laelUoa la ,,, ror ba.loaaa b"' and from all iraiaa a.iuina r-'onia. - ciaarHaid. I'a . Fab. is. mi if. r,riiiiiia.nai ,,Anar V AiflillU 1 U11 tlUUdt, HOPE, PKNSf'A J. modWu, Uotd, ta tha r.lUr. of ui. Hop., " if.Ti . i 7. T 1, J? iTi ""1 lDa oavi ma raaraci anor'lt. OKOKIIK W. DOTTi. Jr. Ul.a Hop., Pa, Mareb 30, I97ll.tr. gUSQUKDANNA UOUSK, CUEWENSVILLE, PENN'A. 4f-Thla old and wall-aatabll.bad Holal ha. baao laaaad bv Iba uaJaraig nad, and ha faala ooa fldaot ol raudaiin. aaliafaotioo lo thoaa who aaar paironiia niia. oorm , tabling atlai-bd. LKWIa C. BLOOM, Proprietor. April II, 'SO-tr. ganbfi. DREXEL & CO., No. II South Third Street, Philadelphia And Dealers In Government Securities. Applieatloa by nail will rtoelrt Dromat attta lion, and all lnforiaatioa thaarfullv furnl.hed ordara aollottd. April 11-U. . aaaoLD. s. w. ibbold. j. s. arb F.K.ARNOLD & CO.. Bunker and Kroker, ReynoldirUIe, JarMu Co., Pa, If oner retired on dcnoilt. DIiaoudU at mo- dtrftto rttei. Kiten and For in Hiehanjr al- way od band and twllrotioni promptly uada. County National Bank, OP CLEABPIGLD, PA. I 00 SI la flrebam'. Brick Baildiag, two duo.a A V aaai oi r laoa uo. a Biora. Paaaax. Tlokat, to aad from LItbtdooI. Qaaana. towa, tllaairow. Londoa. Paria and Conaahawan. Aleo, Draft, for aala oa tho Royal Bank of Ireland and Imperial Bank of Londoa. JAMK8 T. LEONARD, Praa't. W. M. SHAW, Caahler. janl.'Sl Sfntistru. J L. R. HEIG-nUOLD, IVKGElia DBNTI ,T;. rdult '"na Paon.ylvanU Collaw of Dental .."'U7- ""''" or. 1 . l..opp..lt. I "... ...Hi IB0BI1, 7B-tf. DR. E.M. THOMPSON, (OS.-, la Bask Balldtssj,) L'urvrciiavllle, Clearfield Co., Pa. mob M '7(-lt M. IllLLS, OPEMMTIl'E DKJTT18T, CLEARFIELD, PINN'A. jar-OOiot In reaidanea, oppoalta Shaw llou.a. jp,idi.-ii J. M. STEWART, SURGEON DENTIST, CLEABPIBLD, PA (0oa la rtaidaaot, BMoad atratL) u.ih um aumiBiaterta tor tat aala- i.. r V... n;j- ii ii. .... Clearfield, Pa., May 1, lSTT-ly. ?iSf(lIaiifous. $ft A WM 11 0" Term inrl Ii I'UU ontsta free. AiMrtM H. IIalltt A Ci., Portland, Maine. "f EES FOR ArK.Thirta hlrti of 1 1 lulitn Btu wbiflh I will h.ta 0ifa, or xahB.ng fur wht. For further In. .ormiiion evil on or ftddroH the underpinned. .r. KKAMKK, fOV J,? tf. CIreld(P. . r. uLii?a. si CORK LI. . U VII8LIT. tl l.RII, McCORliLE & (O.'S FIIUNTTTTWF RnfiMQ r U1Vi' 11 UIVE "UUMO, Market timet, Clearfield, Pa, . B,0.""',i;"", Hada tf Paraitort for uoenibere, I'tntn. ttoonaa, Llnrarlaa and Hall, If yoa'.a.t plrnita" tf . "n 4 ?doi" I'.. ' UNIEItTAltIX la all its branehaa, vroBptly atlaadod to. Ol'LtCH. MeCORiri.l a on Claarlald, Pa., Peb. S, '7S. JOHN TROUTMAN, DRALKR IN II TT la TAT T r.1 -TT "W-. -w -T U 1 V IN 1 1 U lirJi. n attki:shi:s, AND Improved Spring Beds, MARKET STRBRT, NRAR P. 0. The aadtral. ntd beaa leave to tnrnrm it.. .1.1. tsaa of Claarlald, and the pablla (eneratly, tbat bs haa ta band a tna aaaortmoat of Pnrnltnn. Battel, Karlor Bo tea. Horllnln. ana II. ....... ?k'": '-adiea' aad Oeata' Eaay Cbalra, the Per E.",f""rto' '" "" "inaaor uaaire, viotaeB Hart, Stan and RatM. " Ld,i"' Barabbiag Braahaa, Aa I r ' "" ".liable for Holiday arta.au. - JOHN TROUTMAN. ' nn. nalM ,.- , . T,,C BcU 8 Run W 00,Cn Paea townabls, Claarlald Ct, Pa HURNBD IIVTI SOT SOT BURNED UPI Tk.l. iv a. S"I.rnDf,o ovaaity, la laa trtttlta tf a drat. woolaa Maaataetary, with all tha -i ai,n,.nuu.iuk 1 " : . ." ".'a, ....im.r.i, Batlnetu. HI. a. l".. '" Mk aa tiaailaa tar atttk. oardino and PULLINO aw-aa w , WUBWTB MEiaBllttaB. Wauaou Irf" alu ilrksi.i''"-r t7?'.,l?!' "." " """ '"' "PM ttat attloa, and by atrltt attaa- ?."f .rrT" " "'aiabar. IO.OOO POUNDS WOOL WANTRDI Wt will aay tba blabtat atarhal nrl. a.. au ! I? ' aatlafattlta wa taa ' VODHBOSl At SONS, Btwtr P. aprltlltf War (Dint ttatrtUcmrnt. THE REPUBLICAN, Pabllihod tviry'Wtdaaadaj by G. B. GOODLANDER, CI. UAR FIELD, P Aw, Haa tha Lar(aat C'lrealatloa tf aajr paper la North waatara faanaajlvattla. The large and constantly Increasing circulation of the Ripubucan, renders it valuable tobusiooss man as a modium thro' whiob to reach the publio. Tkbms up Subsoeiptioh ; If paid iu advance, . , . 12 00 If paid after three months, . 3 60 If paid after six months, . . 8 00 When papers aro seut outside of the oounty pay mo nt must be in advance. ADVERTISING: Ton lines, or less, 3 timos, . (160 Each subsequent insertion, JO Administrator' Notices, . 2 60 Executors Notices, . . . . 2 60 Auditors' Notices, .... 2 60 Cautions and Estrays, ... 1 60 Dissolution Notices, . . . 2 60 Professional Cards, 6 lines, year, 6 00 Speoial notices, per line, ... 20 YEARLY ADVEHTISEMENTS: One square, 10 lines, . . , 18 00 Two squares, ...... 15 00 Three squares, : . . . . 20 00 Ono fourth column, . . . . 60 00 One-half column, -. . . . 70 00 One column, 120 00 IILANKN. We have always on hand a large stock of blanks ot all descriptions. SUMMONS. SUBPCENAS, EXECUTIONS, ATTACHMENTS, ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, LEASES, BONDS, FEE BILLS, CONSTABLE'S BLANKS, to., Ac, Ao. JOB PRINTING. We ara prepared to do all kinds of PRINTING 80CH Al POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, CARPS, J LETTER HEADS, ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, Ao., Ac, IN THE BEST STYLE, AND ON REASONABLE TERM8. ORDERS BY MAIL FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Geo. B. Goodlander, Clcnrflcld, ClearAeld County, Pa. $Usrrl!atifous. ARNOLD WANTS Shingle Bolls & Saw Logs. Oarwtaavllla, Jan. , IS tf Clearfield Nursery. ENCOUKAGK IIOilK IXDl'STliy TUB andardsliad, having t.telill.k.j . .. aery oa tbe 'Pike, about half aa, b.,." Clcail.ld aad Corweneville, ia artnarad V aiah all kind, tf PlltlT THUil, ,.tuij dwarf,) livvryrMaa, Bhrabbwy, Orap, v " Uooeabarry, Uwtoa Bla.jkb.iry, St.k' aad Haapbarry Viaaa. Alao, Kibrrian Crab I, ' Qulnea, and early actrlat Hhubarb, Ac (,, ""' prompUy atUadad to. Addraaa, ' ' J- I- WllltiUI aP - Carwnnui,, p, A Bargain ! FARM FOR SALE! Tba aadtrrienad ofiVra at private ..I. o,., aabla farm ailuatad in UKAIIAM Toll.sjtp' CltarAtld ooaaty, kaowa aa tha VlltLKf .f .1f, Ooatalalol 121 aarea, tn of which ara rlf,i and bavins thareoa arret. J a larjv fu u. , ' lag houae, l.rja frarae bare, and the olLrr aa.,, aary outbuilding., toaelhrr with a lar.e n,.l...i good water, elo. Tba property will ba .i,i ul very eaay terme Por further .erti-ol,,, inm uf tbe tubacribar, In per.ov, or by Irttpr. rrtAKr. riKLDIN'u Cleartald, Pa , Marob 14th. laall.-if IMPSOVg Tur HOUR. GUENTHER'S LUNG HEALER CURES CONSUMPTIO", pitting ot iiii. r.rnnnin . A.ifiuti. - . , f . and all dl..ca of Ilia I'iCni i vr tt . Irfrt SO a -:ila nod Uu. I'd ; , OUENTHEH & CO. Prourwur 98 Fdth Anaot, PinsBuatiH, PA. APK YOUR DRl'OOIST POK II. Ootoltr 97, lSSS Sra. READING FOR ALLll BOOKS & STATIOSEHY Market fU, Clearfield, (t Itie Pokl OA.rr,i TOE vnderilffDMl fcagi Ictrt to udoudc t tb oitiieai of Clcrfl)d and vicinity, ibn ho htU flttod up ft room aod bai in ft rt.',.j from tbo city with m lr(rt amoaot of rutin, BtftUor, eooiiattog im part of Bibles and MiBcellaneous Bocks, Blank, Account aad PaM Booka ol . .1. eription ; Vaw and fcoTelopai. French trtini and plain) Peru and Peaciti; Blank Ufa rapara, lieoda. K.rlg.,r, Judmeni, Eiatt. tton aad Promiaarv uolea ; U'hita and i'trci. meat Britjf. Iaral Can. Hord Cat. a&d Y.m r. 8hjt Muiie, for tit bar Piano, Vlutc or Xu,i,t' oonataatljr oo band. Any book a or itatiutikfi daairod that I ma; aot hart on hand.wil U ordar.d by irat txproaa, and tuld at wbolaialc or retail to nit euatomcrf. I will alao ktcp rrituuti Htarataro, aach aa Uasatlnca, Nowaj 11 t-rt. It r. A. UAI I.IN. Claarflald. Maj T, !Ht58-tf New Departure LUTIIERSBURG! Uareafter, fjooda will bt .old for CASH or:,, or la axchacire for firoduoe. No book, will t. ke.t la tt,t fuiurt. All old amount, tuu,: I. Battled. Thot who oanaol ra.b op, will plr.r. baad ovtr tbalr aotaa aad CLOSE THE RECORD. I aa dcttriaiacd to toll my jroodi at ml pria, and at a dtaooant far balow that tr offarad ia tbla TfotDltv. Iha dtaconet I allow mi euitonart. will Dak a then rich in twrol yen, If uaj iuiiow my aanet ana buy ibtir gootlf f r I will pa oarh for wheat, oati and cow DANIKL GOODLA.ND1K Latharatiarit, Jan aary 17, 1S77. HARTSWICK & IRWIN, SKCOND STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA., DEALERS IN PURE DltUCJS! CHEMICALS! PAINTS, OILS, DYE STI FF VARNISHES, BRUSHES, FANCY flOODS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, OF ALL KINDS, PVRE WIXES AXD ZIQVOSS far antdlelaal pareotta. Tniattt, Sapporttrt, Sobool Books and Statlta- try, and all othar artlolea aaoally fonnd la a Drag Store. PHYSICIANS PPRRCTtTPTrnwa riBF. FULLY C0MPOIINDKD. II...... i.. .,. ptrtaatt la tha baalaeaa tbey eaa give entire uu J. O. HARTSWICK, . . JOHN P. IRWIN Claarlald. Dxamher IS, I8J4. - u 1 I rWL I" a miiiniil of tha vlrtiiM nf aar vtrilla, atllllnina, nianilrakt, vallnw tlntk, aviili lli li-llclr. uti,tHh anil irtm, all nm-rrfiil l'l"'l nmltlin. blnori-t-lrwnaliiK, and llfranatainlni! ali'inonla. It Is tha tttirr-at, aalat, Btui In avnrr w ay the moat enVtual altrrnt it f ni'"H rlitft known or available to tin- pnMic H" rlpni'sa of inailii lnn ami t liptiilatrv h ntvr irotltH-nl ao valnalila a romr.lt. it'T oiin an wl..nt to rum all tliamtaaa rr.iillnuj from Imi.tim lilno.1. It rnroa rtrnifiila. al alt arnifiiloua llaraara. I.rylv!rtv H""'. or Ht. Antliniiy'a I'lrr, I'luipln ati'l r'arw-crurn, I'll.tiiloa, Hlotrhfa, IMI; Tumora, Tatlrr, 1 1 union. Unit llli.iim. ISmilil.llxa.l, lilnavtorni, I Irora, Unrra, tlifillnntlam MnrriirUl lllamac ' alln, I-emu lo Wrakniaana antl Irrrs Inrlllra, .Iniinillrr, AllN-tlona of IM I-lvtr, Iryai.f.paln, Kmarialloli, '' (riifml 1)1 nilltj. Ily Its sonn lilnii sml c Iranairn nttftUti It ntirir.'a out tin' foul corrupt "hi' contatnlnato tha hloml, ami rnw .l.-rnnl!'-irtrttl r.ti'1 ,orny. t allinillstra at.,.1 alilHi n" tha vital fitnrtlona. It pmrnolra pni-rev aim trmiirtli. It ri-atoraa anil prfwrvra Icalth It infuarn ni'W lit" Itnrl vigor tlmiii.'h"iit tli wholfi avatorn. No auffcror from am Hi'm athlrhnrlaaa from ItnporilTfif tltr. I.l.vl nfl Uraratir.vt lin III (iv Avail's Ham.""" " litir trial. Itwimnilwr, tha rarliT tl" trlul, tlio apootllBr tha euro. I'a rtHitt hat h.rn fumlahotl tn phval lana var.rwhnn.; an. I Ihor, m-OKnlllnn llaanl rloi t)iiaiiiii, ailinliiLator it In their proem For nnarty forty vaara Atks' R.wa'1 llll.t.4 Inu hrwn wlilaly uatvl. and It now pr Iha ontmrltnoa of million, of pwi who hare axrwriwnrtai barnflta (rota H vtlloua curative vlrtooa. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., rrasrUaal and Aaaalttltal tastaJeta, . Lewed, Msss. seu st au sasssiHs msTwtsrsS. TRADE QjjluMK.