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WIDNKPDAT UOhNINO, AUOUBT 17, UM Terms of Subscription. " If paid In ad-ano,orwlUinthro months...! i to If paid aftof thro aa before ilz aoaihs... 1 M If paid after taeSXptrattOBOf itl menbt.. I RElJttlOUII NOTICE. Methodist RpUounal Church Rtr. Una. Lainr, Pastur. ?rvioet every Sabbath t lli A. M., ana it r. x. Hebbntb Snbool at 9 A.M. Prayer Met tin every Wednesday, t T P. M Comn union Barrio, Brit Sabbath of vry nonta, ai jo . m. Went Clearfleld M. C Church. Hew. Osoros B. Aocs, Pastor. Preerbiog vry alternat Sunday, at o'clock, P. H. Sunday vnooi t -i, r. a. ah an .antea to bimbo:, Preabtterlan Church Kev.H. B. Botlbb. - Sabbath aarTloaa morning and vening Beb bth Sohool at V A.M. Prayer Meeting Wodnaa- lay a on. eg. fttptlat ChurrhRtf, , pBBur. flal.batb Sbool at I P. M. Prayer Meeting erery Mt. Praiicla' Chnrch CBthoUe Kv. P J. SnBBinan. -Ditina eareice at 10t A. hi., on tha Iral, third aad foarth Sandaiaofeach month: Vesper and Benediction of the blessed HaoramoBt at T o'clock, r. euDOay (Mbool vry boa day irteraoon ai a ocioob. OFFICIAL 1)1 K ECTOR Y. rma or ambise qoabtbb ibssioss oocb. Second Mondny of January. Third Monday or March. , Pint Moaday of Juoa. Foarth Moaday of Boptouihor. TIBB or BOLDIBB COB BOB PLBAS. First Monday of Jan. Saeond Monday of November. pdiuo orncaas. Vniud Stain Senator J, Donald Camcroa Harrlstmrg, Uaupbio eoaatr i John I. Mitehall Walliboro, Tioga county. Vonomtman Ki-GoterBor A a draw 9.Csrtia, Delictum, ventre coubiv. Senator Hob. Cyrus T. A tf lander, Bcllefent, Caotro eonnty. Antmbijf Hob. J a Flyan, Smith's Mill, uiearueia county. Prtdni JdgUto. Charles A. Mayer, Look II art a. Auittant Law Adyt Hon. John H. Orvls, of iieueioaic. Attooiaf Jmdg Ahram Ogda, Clearfield V'lDoant D. Holt. Claarflold. Pro l a omotarm J imei Ktrr. Hegitttr and fffeorrfer. Ucerge M. Ferguson. TVeoearer Philip Dolts. iHttriet A I torn J. F. McICsnrlck. 8riff Jams MahafTey. J)tpljf SkriffY. I. TboniplOB. Co mm iy Surveyor Samuel F. McCloakay, Car ,ensvlll. County Oomm jiiaonars C. MT. Ky1r, Graham ton P. 0.; Klah Johnston, Grsmplaa Willi P. 0. John Norrii, Sr., Curweaevllla. Commiuiontrt' Ctrk Jacob A. Taunt. County Auditor William V. Wright, Clear a1d : Joseph Ollltland, Tbrao Hans j J. 8. Nor. rU, Woodland. County Cernntr Jamaa A. Mnort, Clearfield. Jury Vommiwionirn AndrewJ. Jarksoa, Clear field, Ilanry Bridge, Clearfield. SnprimUndwnt of Puttie 9rkool$ M. L. Me Qaown,-Clairneld. I totarie Pubtit Frank A. Flam lor, Wm. Ra- lehanfh, Cyroi Gordon, Claarfiald; Joieph R. Irwin, N. E. Arnold, CurweoiTilUj J. A. Lirlng. Hon, DuDoii City. Staler af Wtght$ nnd Wia T homai Mu riarty, offlia at UuBoU, Pa. VUM.OFCOITRRt "Will oa Uka whaat, oata or com far ab- t. riptino V U'a aro ofta Ino.airad of in thia way i lel'tr ff m patrom who reiida at a dlatoac frtn Claarfiald. W again lay yea, Tha roceipti ot a rrrpunatbie arc ban I or aulll owoar la fca Tirinity. IH anawor ai Jaat aa wall an tha oaib. T tllluitrala : If any of oar patron will alirer u a bK of ((rain at tha milt of JoNflpD II. Ureth, in t'bett tow di-hip, Horaoa Pauhin, U Burtitda, Thuoaaa II. Poroay, in H rah aw, Waa Portor or bhaw'i, In Lawrnnoa, or Hrown m rwykri, ai ItooktoD. I oiun townibin, and forward tuoti rercipu lor tha anount, wa will tradtl thorn B Ibfir aewaat lor Iba aana, la tan way ajt un pay a bat they ow, If tha? will puraua thia oune. tL Vcn nor jiredic-ta frost in Atigust. x , Mis Sflllie CoopA in visit log in Krynolds- rillf. - - Miaaes Sae and Lizzie Reynolds are Tisittng in Lock Raven. k' " i ' ' Mm. W. M. Bhaw ta Tialting rftUtiveaj ot Iowa City, Iowa. ' " . ai aw It in anid that welU are spinning M fail in thia vicinity. a o aii Dug dnya end Auxiint 2th. Cat BighOi will continue indefinitely. Eli Bloom h it on Monday to take charge of the large hotel at Dulloia. Mia Fannie Long, of Troy, Yucqt of MiM Blanche Miiaaop. Pa., la the A very elegant liue of pocket cutlery acisaora and ftheara at I tarder'a. 5-3. tf The Fall term of the Ktatc College, mar Mlrfonte, npeiis on Friday, August 2fith. i - mm i Joe Crmtriet and Kd- Bargnr are engaged at clearing away t he mina of the Bhaw Houae fire. Mm. Dnniel Benner, of this place, la riit ing friends at Mevhniiiiaiburg, Cumlicrland county, The liOW Grade liuilroud hiw been made a part of the Wulwth route from New York to Chicago. The Light Ittmning New Home never geta out of order. T. A. Fleck, General Agent for Clearfield countv. Mi Beckie Heichhold, of Brookville, la visiting her brother, pr. Heichhold, In the tamily of Dr. A. M. Hilla. - - Gentlemen whoa beanla are lot of a pleat ing ahade ran remedy the defect by the we of Buckingham's Dye for the whiakcra. Mm. John Mullihan haa diapoaed of her houie and lot on Tine atreet to Hi Bloom. Mrs. Hullihnn will retain rtoaaemion nnttl the lat of April next. ar Cmiuty Superintendent McQtiovn atrted out thia week on the nnnual examination tour of teachers, who exper t to teach the approaching Winter term. The Board of County Comniiamonera will be In aeaaion for a few dnya on and After Monday, the M Inst, Partiea having buai nem to tranaact will pleoae take notice. a Wm. Graham, one of the Huperviaora of Lawrence township, with a crew of work men, la engaged In making a new road along the railroad from Clearfield borough to Show's Mill. ' A draft of the plan for the new hotel at Curwenaville, we learn from the Timn, submitted by Mr. Kara Ale, of Clearfield, haa been adopted by the atoekholdem of the company. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. MK'urdy left on VYedneaday morning last to visit friendiat Carlisle and other places in the. eiwtern part of the State. They will prolwbly go to the Mslnire before their return. Andrew Rankin, Fj., who runa an inde pendent line of hacks on the Karthaua route, iriiea a cove mi vehicle, which will he appreciated hy travelera during the rxcrm ily worm wenther and dusty road. MiM M. .1. rihaw, of Waahlngtnn, D. C former teacher of schools In thi county. ith her brother, Mr. Harvey fihaw, a stu dnit In !Tnion Thenlogieal Beminary. New Vork, are iltinir their cousin. Mr R. H. w, this week. imm a aw - fcea W. Kliceru, accompnniM hy hiawife, lrft thia iTuemla.v) morning to attend the Juniata Valley Cnnipmecting at Newton Hamilton. AI. E. Lingenfelter, o I'hilins 'Org, win offlruHo aa Expremt Ageut here 1,,nng Mr. liheem'a aWencr. Thenbjift of Idmk and ladder companiea " the eastern towns of this KUte is to put lf" Mm up at night to the windowaof "'Why etUaeiia, enter their alaeping apart- Iwla, and then "flooX" everything valnahle "kj riut lu- i i I i iiMiua iipiHb Ju,I Ionard is lying seriously ill ot his ' 'Uni in this place, having been prostrated mday evnim, Uat by a utroks of paralyaia. " condition at noon on Tuesday was ermaid improved, and hopes ore entertained ' trT Wilt Swain ht kl. t m .t..fl Ilia Kn and a nortion of the laft aida of his TBoompWtaJy Tyted. ' ine inapct tion train passed over Tvrnn A uiearneiu luilroad to-day (Tneaday), TheUglit Sunning New Horns, the king of alL T. A. Pleck,t;eDeriU Agent far aeor- auid muly. Vou can have any kind of on old hat mule new, by Newkirk, the hatter, over Bridge's ai.ur anop, .laraet street, CleartteliL Ienn' 6-ltf Jamea H. Morgan, of thia place, has nur- chased three vacant lots in Philimburg from D. VY. Holt He will erect a residence on one of them, and In the future become a resident of that town, so we learn from the Journal. The Curwensville. Tunes says the Masonic Lodge of New Washington has dec ided, by a nnanimoua vote, to move the lodge to Cur wenaville. Thiaoctionhasbecn approved by the DUtrift Deputy Grand Maater, and the mange will tie mode sometime in (K-tober. ''We ak our brothers of the press that when clipping from this )mt to credit to y urwriimuic im, not 'Clearfield' lisv.' The Vlmrfieid County Time. Why don't you change the heading of your paper 7 c have always followed your HUggCSUOtl. The "Sixteenem" of the various Holdiera' Ontans8cliools of tliia State propose having a reunion at liamaburg, commencing Au gust 4th, to continue three days. Ex-Gov ernor Curtiu haa consented to deliver the opening address on Wednesday evening, the Jitu mat, loliowed by other distinguished persons who will be present 0m'. Frank Gorsmh, conductor of one of the trains hauling Kotcheller & Doria' show over the Tyrone & Clearfield bramh, and who was knocked off the train, nt-ar Philipaburg and severely injured on Friday morning. July $2d, died at bis home in Tyrone mat rnuimluy morning. He leaves a bereaved wife and three small children. A cow belonging to ex-HherilF Mcl'hersou, on Monday morning, while drinking from a spriug on the vacant lot iu the eastern part oi town, the property of Daniel 8tevart, got her head ftuttened in the barrel which was sunk for the purpose of preventing the earth from lulling in. It was with great difficulty that a hoU-a-dozeo men extricated '"sookey" frnmhei unpleasant position. Dr. Miu-Kenzie, an optician, stopping at the Leonard House in thia place, where he is selling apectwlea, and different kind of eye glasses, when called wpon to pay a peddler's license, could not see it in that light and refused to do so. On Satnrdny last he w taken before TSuuire Connelly who decreed that he pay a dollar per day for every day he had sold and continues to sell his wares in this boron gh. " 1 ii Educational H-union. The teiuhera, ex- teachers and the friends of education in Brady township will hold their third annual re-union in Irvin'a Grove at LutherslHint on Saturday, Heptemler 3d. State Superinten dent Higbcc, and Huerintendenta of Clear field, Elk and Jc (lemon conn ties are down on the progniinuie to deliver addresses. All friends of education everywhere are invited and on interesting time is onticijioted. . h Op$ratio Again. The whistle of the new Clearfield Fire Ilrirk Works wa sounded for the first time on Wednesday of Uwt wwk. It is an improvement on the other, not being so hursh and disagreeable. Work was eom menced in earnest on Friduy morning. The machinery was all mode at the shorn of MesHrs. Kigler, Reed A Ca, of this place. It was seven weeks ago lnt Sunday morning since the other buildings were destroyed by AVort Coal. From the Tyrone Ihratd learn thjtttheold Ieiturmine,near (hw-eola, one of the largest and one of the best mines opened in the Clearfield region, but long ugo abandoned for wuut of skill and scientific engineering, has been reclaimed by Scott A Kizer, and arrangements made to commence work at re-opening, on Monday. This will be the means of bringing another railroad into Osoeola, and will add considerably to the coal out-put on the Tyrone and Clearfield branch. ' ' A Broak-Oown.Thc Penfield stage met with a slight mishap lost Wednesday even ing within a mile and a-holf of town, near the junction of the Flegul rood. One of the hind wheels gave way rather suddenly, on us ing the coach, a covered vehicle, to go over on its side and spill out the Inmates, some seven in nnmher.And the baggage. A couple of the passengers received some bruises, but no one was seriously Injured. Newt Reed is a safe and careful driver, and the horses were prevented from getting away with him, Wattrt Watt II Watort Thisquertion was well settled on Saturday last, so far the voters were able to do it, through the ballot-box. There were 270 vote polled, and the vote stood 245 for "water tax 25 "against water tax." The vote was larger than we anticipated. Now let the good work go on. The strong wind that blew a continual gale all day on Saturday, filling the air and houses with dust, which with the Intense heat and continual drouth, may have had something to do with Influencing the voters in favor of water by a large mnjority, Tha Canadian Weathor Prognotticator. Vennor, the Canadian weather prophet, has ventured upon another prediction of a posi tive kind. He says "we may expect a great change in the wealhcrahout the time the new some Is in its perihelion, when ft will be also nearest the earth. This will occur on the 30th of the present month. During the time from the 15th to the 20th of the present month, instead of being burned up, aa we might expect, he says we shall be nearly frown by frosts and strong, cold northerly winds." A Harrow fscose. The store-house of Messrs. A. E. Wool ridge A Co., at Woodland, together w ith its contents, narrowly escnjied being consumed early last Sunday morning. Mr. Wootridgo was awakened by the bark ing of hn dog, and getting up to sue what the matter was, he discovered the upper story of the building to 1 on fire. The timely discovery enabled tho flames to be extinguished, but not until damage to the amount of $12A was accomplished. Mr. Wool ridge burned his hand severely in hu effort to put out the fim Anothor Snakw Stor. The Driftwood fav ttilr vouches for the following : "Some thought less sciiiegrnce of Itencxette, without the fear of God or man in his heart, or as to what the consenences might dinve been, one night recently tied live rattlcsnukeon the oceom modation train aa K passed that place. The brakemun of the train was on the platform several times before arriving at Brookville, withont seeing it, and fortunately no one got off at that end of the coach, undoubtedly some one would have been bitten by the poisonous reptile. On arriving at Brookvillf the snake was discovered." The Light Running New Home is almost noiseless. T. A. Fleck, General Agent for Clearfield county. Call at Merrill's hardware store and see the cheapest and best Sewing Machine for the lenM money. 13-22-tf. Litina Witno itf. The hundreds of strong, hearty, rugged and healthy looking men, women and children, that have been rescued from beds of puin, sicknow and well nigh death by Parker's Ginger Tonic, are the best evidences in the world of it sterling merit and worth. Yon will find such in almost every community. Read of it in another column. 8-3-4t List of letters remaining unclaimed In the Fostoffice at Clearfield, Pa., for the week end ing August loth, G. W. Baker, II. J. Canon, George Dime ling, Laura P. Edwards J. M. Hartman, William- Lyle, Samantha McKee, J. Wills Owens, Will Owens, Thomas Patten, Cyrus Thmston. P. A. O At' LIN, P A Mow Atothod. The Lewistown Democrnt says: ''A valuable horse belonging to Col. John B. Belheimer died on Monday hut. It had tramped on a nail a short time since, the wound thereof producing lock-jaw. In its struggles the horse afterwords broke its leg, and it was deemed best to kill it. To cud its sufferings as humanely as posnible, cliloroform was used. It is no easy operation to take the life of a horse by chloroform, bnt Dr. McFad- den performed it very successfully in this case.' store Contonnial. We notice by our Blnir county exchanges that Tuesday of last week was the centennial anniversary of tlis Holli day massacre, which occurred near Hollidaya burg August 9th, 1781. While William Holli day, accompanied by his sons Patrick and Adum. and his daughter Janet was taking in his crop, a volley was fired from thicket, by which Patrick and Adum were instantly killed. Eight or ten Indians then sprung from the thicket and rushed upon Hoi Inlay, who leaped upon a horse and escaped. His daughter was barbarously butchered with a hatchet Bun Off. On Saturday afternoon, Gustave Beonsigneur and Oil. Shaw, son of A. B. Show, hitched a horse into a buggy at Shaw's stable, and unfortunately buckled the lines on to the homes. They then got into the buggy, unconscious of the fate so soon to overtake them. The horse became unmanage able, and started out the alley at a lively gate. The buggy collided with the telephone pole at the corner of the alley and Pine street near the residence of O. L. Moore, throwing youug Beaukigncnr out, stripping the horse of the horneas, and damaging the buggy to some extent. Muster Shaw jumped out beftu-u the collision. Take everything into consideration the adventure resulted rather fortunately for the lads, and no doubt thev will profit by it. Well Pitatwd-We learn that the ladies' Festival held irwWrst Clearfield on Friday and Saturday of last week was a success, and the managers refjiiest ns to return thanks for the patronage of the public on tlie oconsion. The receipts were altout .VK and the expenses only about $hV The Feat I vn! tliereforeyielded the congregation aliout fHH, which is to lie expended in purchasing two stoves and other wise retiring the interior of the Church building. The Orphrus band furnished music for the Festival on Friday evening, and the Cit towns' baud was present on Saturday evening. . in a 4 fain KioA bf a rVsrse. Wesley Andrews, living near Oakland Mills, Fayette township, was kicked in the face by his home recently, fYoni tlie effects of which hcdled. Itappenm that Mr. Andrews was leading the horse by the halter strap to water, when, It Is thought, the hnrae, In a playful way kicked, striking him in the face, cutting a deep gash on the side of one of his eyes and mutilating his nose and fee Isvlly. He lay In an insensible ondition, we learn, nnlil his death. Mr. Andrews was quite well known in thia com munity. During the war he was ft member of Captain Martina Company In the l'-tith Regiment, and a member of ('apt. Mot.1elld' Company in tho 101st RsgimsnL lie was about 40 years old and Umrm ft wife to mourn ail sad Cite Jf"iiovw feimxrnt. I The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Com pany of Newark, New Jersey, ranks among the very best of the old line life insurance associations. It was oriianiBed in 1846 and is therefore thirty-six years old. Its assets, at market value, amount to $3o,?,J6,,H15.ttt, and it has a surplus of (6.0H8,Oo.OH. It is the most economically innnnged company In ex istence and on that account is enabled to pay large dividends to policy holders, and charge lower rate of insurance than other companies. Its jiolicicH aro non-forfeitable after the pay ment of two full years' premiums, and it issues-paid up policies or makes lilsral ex tension of period of insurance in case of non payment of premiums by policy holders after two years' premiums have been paid. No assessments. H. M. MKnally, Clearfield, Ta., is a special agent of this Company. See ad vertisement in another column. SCHOOL STATEMENT. Clearfield Borough School District, for tli Fiscal Year finding June, lBtfl Tho fallowing ti a aratoansBt of the Sohool dla trim of ClaarSold borough for the year tndlng Jans, 1881 1 Whole nam ber of aehoola.,..m. f Average nun bar of nonthi taught.... 4 Nuaaber of male teachers enployed... 4 Naatber of female toaoliera employed. S Arerag aalarUa of Btalea per Month.. 14 00 Average aalartta of fsanalai par month 80 04 14 amber of aupiii enrolled la ail tho Mbeola. H Sit If umber of male aoholara attend ins all Iba eohooli 184 Number of female aoholara attending all tbetoboela H. 141 Average daily atiaodaaoaof aoholara. 2X0 Mo. of mi !) on the dollar levied for School purposes H Ns. of villi on tho dollar levied for building pnrpoeea .. 4 Amoont levied ror aohool purpuaw.... ll.Stl 84 Amount levied for building purposes. 1,617 P4 i otai amount levied HM .. 4M-Jv THEASlRifH'8 ACT-MONK V RECEIVED. From State appropriation $ 177 14 From Collector, iooiudiac taxes of all ktada M 4,474 44 From loana, slnea last report 18,000 OS From all ether so areas .Mw.Hn AtU 4v Total rceolpts . $14,40 41 TREASURER S ACT-MONKY PAID OUT. For rent aad rep aire, to $ SIS 14 I, i si oh For teachers' wages For fuel aad soatiageafliea 114 44 For real of Collector $8M.4, and Traaa orer $108.16 11)4 80 For aalary of the HaorUrj 80 00 For debt sod tatereat paid H....H 11,60 41 For ether sspeiiaaaH-.,H.. .HH 241 40 Total ex nan d It n res.. $'.4,674 04 A meant dee Treaauror 124 16 RKBOI'RCIH, Amount das dlatrlet from all eourcea. $ 1,720 06 LIABILITIES. Amonnt dus Treaauror $ 124 1ft Amount duo oa ensouled bill), ... Amonnt borrowed and napaid.,. 114 48 14,00 00 Total liabilities $10,237 48 Liabilities ta sxooaa of rawaroea $ T,MT 08 Th above aoeonot haa beea dulv audited bv tho Auditors of this diitrict.snd otrtifiod bv tbam u am correct. u, L. ttfctvu, rreiideat. W. B. BROWN, Secretary. We pnbliah the above atateuent for the beneOt of oar aumsroba looal roadera. The document haa no date, but tb reader can aaaum that it was compiled after th first Monday of Jons. Th statement lacka la giving detail, which th law reqalra. While excavating the basement recently for W. Fisk Conrad I new Opera House Tyrone, the workmen dug up an old water pipe supioaed to have been put down fbr military purposes during the Revolutionary war. The Light Itunning New Home, simplest and best sewing machine in the world. T. A Fleck, General Agent for Clearfield county. mta. iMITH-Dt'RKS.-M Mll.ibur.. Jul, ld IS1, kr H.r. J. J. Lobr, Mr. Taoati Salta, of morrianii., uiMro.ia .0110171 aa jiim hdbah b. Ben,, .f Port Mottld., C.ntr. tounty. NcCRl'M-DIXON.-At tk. M. . , ll OMrll.ld, on Tuaid.J, A,git tik, 1,81, DT n... unri boioy, jar. ionm a. Houaaa, ai Dutoti, aid Mill Llttia Dlloa, of P.O.. ill,. 2i4. ROPRNKRANfl.-At Penfleld, Fa.. on Bandar. Auguat 7th, 1881, Waaass tlowaao Hosbskbabs , on of Jacob aad Ann M. Koaankraoa, aged 4 yeara. o monina ana si aeya. LOWMAN. In Claarflald borooah.on Wednaa. day night, Angmt lOtb, 1881, M. Katb Low. has, wife of William B. Lowmaa, aged 84 year, 4 month! and 17 dayi. Bb leave a buabaod asd five daughter the oldeit 14 and rb yoangeit S ysn of agoto monrs their loas. Tb fun oral took plae ea Friday aftarnooB. I Th hu.band iiilrai u thank his nelghbora I and friends for tb kindnee ibows toward him aalf and family during their afflict ion. SpcclaU, OSS BUBDBBO PBB CSSB. DllOOOBT OB OLD Psicbs. Rowins Machinal ean now boDarebaaod at Merrell's tin and variety atoro, from $36 np warda. All hindaof jewing aiachinea repaired up mm anoriaai noueo. Craarlaid, Fa., July 19, 1877. V l t. Pw y l aaia. SaniplM worth PorlUad, Maiaa. .Ma A Oo., mooJ,l.,.) ARNOLD PAYS CASH or TRADE, Onrwcnarllr, Pa., Jaa. 4, '74-tf. IIOILERS AND F.NOINEM.8eeond 8 9 Band stationery and portable bo lien, froi 20 to 6U hors power, and portable eagioa froi ia w i aera power, lor sal by 0. 0. DUPFIBLD. St. FaUrabsrg, Pa. ua;. iv, loot ARNOLD WANTS 5,000 Rail Road Ties, Oarwsnarllls, Fa. Jao. , 1878-tf A1MINIHTRATHIX'S NOTICK -Notice ia hereby given that Letteraof Adminiitra- liua on th eetata of CAMfFlKLD BHKUN.bi. oi oraay lownamp, viearneld eouaty, Fa., dee'd aaviDg mm ouiy grantee to tno undaratcnad. a paraooa iadebtod to said eatata will plena maki ImmadiaU Davmant. and thoaa havin alaimi a demand! agaiaat the asm will preaaat them prop i j wioiD.ioBiitMi tor eciuenieBl, aiinout aalay. nuir.A DiiM'n, Aaminiiiratris. Lutharabnrg, Pa., July 27th, 1881-Ot. OKCB NOTICE. I'ullv Ass Lbiobsv,! In tbs Cosrt of Com tno Font of Thanko to tho Tyrono Firo D$part ntflf. At a stet:ial meeting of the Burgess and Town Council of the ltorough of Clear field, Pennsylvania, held at the office of J. F. Hnyder, on Wednesday evening, A"gnt 1'Hh, 1HH1, on motion of frank O. Harris, seconded by Jonathan Boy n ton, It wan - Urtiolved, That a voteof thanks be tendered the Tyrone Fire Department for their prompt effort to render aid to the citizens of Clear field wheu called upon during the prttfrress of the fire in our town on July 21th, IhhI ; and further, that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Burgess of Tyrone, reruest- ing mm to convey tlie same to the Depart-ment In testimony that the above resolution was passed nn Augnst 10th, 1H1, 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of said Hor ough to be affixed at ClvartleltL this 11th day of August, Ihhi. AUtnt : 8AMIKL t. Snypkk, Bur germ. J. F, Snyder, C'terJt. Firo in tho Wood. A. fire was started in the woods near Barrett's station Inst week, and on Saturday aud Sunday the winds that prevailed aided in spreading it rapidly in the direction of Woodland. It threatened the destruction of a large quantity of bark, logs, and ether property, but hard work and vigi lant watching prevented great loss, at least like anything that wonltl undoubtedly have occurred. A fire in Goshen township, started from a clearing, created a good deal of alarm and anxiety the past few days, and especially on Saturday and Sunday. Considerable fencing was bnmed on the farm of Alexan der Rend, and his flirm buildings were hi great danger of being destroyed, as was also tho I xirn and saw mill of M.-0. Brown. Great damage was also done to tlie growing timber in that vicinity. The drouth that has prevailed in tliis region for a month past has caused everything to be as dry as tinder and almost as susceptible of igniting. "Foxy" 'Squtroof We happened to las in the Commissioners' office several days ago and heard the Board chiding a Justice of j the Peace because of his excessive charges against the county. Among other charges was one of forty-five cents for a probate for three young foxes that some neighlior had dug out. The J. P. insisted that he was entitled to fifteen cents for each fox. The Board demurred. Tlie purties compromised, after debating the question, hy allowing the Hpiire the fee allowed by the Act of Assem bly, vis : Fifteen cents for tack orriijicate. Scarcely had the aforesaid J. P. left the office, wnen in comes another (evidently more learned in the law than the former) and pre sented his bill of forty-five cents for three young foxes, dug out by one of tile neigbWrn. He had written tkrre probate one for each and was, under the law, entitled to the fees. We make a memorandum of these tntnsac tions in order to show how Tiqn Ires will disa gree on the fox question, and how pleasant It is for the Commissioners to delnte with the aforesaid snch a simple qnestion known to all men. The J. P. who sits down and compiles the probates on tho same sheet, and dates them all alike, nnderstands the law and his business, and is aware that the county is a good paymaster. FIREMEN'S MEETING. In pursuance of a call for a citizens' meet ing for the purpose of organizing a Firo De partment a large assemblage convened in tlie Court House on Monday evening, Au gust 15th. The meeting was organized with A. W. Walters as Chairman, and J. F. Mc- Kenrick as Secretary. On motion, W. W. Betts, Ash Thorn, Jack Hullihan, E. A. Bigler, J. L Kragle, James Kerr and AI. M. How, were constituted a Committee on Membership, with power to fill vacancies insnid Committee. The following resolution was adopted to govern the Committee in its work : liiwlrtd. That the Committee annointed on organization be empowered to select mem liera tocompnsethe Fire Department of Clear field, not being confined to the list submitted to tlie Town Council, but emnowered to! cuoose tnereirom, anil also such others as the said Committee may select: and to notify each person so selected by them of that fact by printed notice; and further to report the names of all persons so selected at a meet ing in the Court House on Monday evening, August On motion, meeting adjourned to meet on Monday evening, August ?.'d, at S o'clock, in the Court House. J. F. M Krnrkk, Srtrrtarp. HOUTZDALE HEARD FROM. I noticed an article in the Vititrn two weeks ago congratulating the officers of Houtzdale on the good ttvltavior and prosperity of the uorougn. many oi ns can see no improve ment in the morals or general condition of the borough. 1 acknowledge that there is a good flow of money into the treasury, derived from license, fines, Ac, amounting to arsini fiou per month. The Income is suf ficient to keen the borniifrh in a irood financial condition without collecting any borough tax. I regret to say that not one cent of all this money goes to improve or benefit the norongn in way whatever. The present coun cil hito invented an offitw or oflirea that lick up every cent of the income. We have a Police officer at IMiper month, Burgess at the some price, Town Clerk with salary and percentage that amounts from $10 to $lfl per month, engineer at $12.50 per month, office rent for Burgess $:i.il per month .and the treas urer's percentage for receiving from and pay ing hack the money to the officers takes the oaiance, as near as we can figure it up. I have come to the conclusion, that when it costs all a thing is worth to collect it, and more, too, it istime to giveit np. The "com mercial traveler" and unlucky "drunk" might as welt have the money as to have it pocketed by a few sharks. Sao Nix. HoiTTDALE, August 13th, lHl. Wabtip. Delivered at tbs Rail Road. 100,000 2.lnoh ihaved ahinglej. 100,0(10 24-lnoh aawed abingle. 100,1)01 feet of pica hoards. 600,0110 14-feet ihaved boo pi. i,vv rmiiroaa uea, 60,000 feet of rood hemlock bosrdl. For which 1 will pay th higheit market price, delivered at Claarflald, or at say paint on tho if runa v tea rot ia nanroau. J. F. Kbamkr. Clearfield, Pa., Oct. 14, 1478.tr. JtiMt lleceirel Just Rooflivod by ARNOLD, at j u n y ajn a v ijjLE : Car Load Nova Hootia Plaster! Car Load pure Corn. Aye nod Outs VDOp 1 Car Load Deaken Suit I Car Load of Choice Family Flour I Car Load Dry Goods, Groceries, Ao.! HorSlnntlcs, Bark. 11 11 Ties and Grain wilt be taken In exchange. Curwensville, May 1, 1878. CLEARFIELD MARKETS. CuusriBLP, Pa Aug. 14, 1881. $3 00 Cloarftold Coal Frorft. Statement of Coal and other freights sent over the Tyrone h Clearfield Division, Pennsylvania Kailroad, for the week ending Auguat 6, 1881, and the same time last year : ooau voaa. For tbeweak , , 62,368 0am time last ysar.H.. HM H.m. 87,44V Ioeraee...M 14,409 Previously dnrlng year 1STA.412 Same time last year 464,187 Inoraaie..... M 422,384 Total la 1881 !4M.S4v Sam time last yar., 8tfl,3S 587,144 Floor, per ewt.. Bock w boat Flour, per ewt Cora Meal, per owt ...., Cbop, rye, perewt . Chop, mixed, per owt Bran, oar ewt Wheat, per huibel Ry, per buibal Oati, par buahel Corn, ears, per bushel Duokwaeat, per buibel Clover ieid H Timothy lead , Potato!, per buibel Apples, per buihal , Ooiooi H Hams, per pound Shoulder, per ponud , Dried beef, per pound Chickens, per pair Butter, per pound Eggs, per dosen Bait, per sack, large Coal Oil, per gallon , Lard, per pound Dried Applei, par pound Dried Peaches, par potrnd Deans, par bushel t 84 1 00 I 40 1 00 1 10 40 40 40 61 A 00 4 76 1 00 80 1 40 14 11 16 60 20 Hi 2 00 It 14 7 "4 4 00 by her next friend, jdjmb Marten, vs. Lewis LaiaasT. Plesi of Clears" Id Co. Pa., No. 4b Jus Tens, IMS I Subptena Bar Divores. Tb andsrslined Commissioner, anno In tad ta take testimony 1b tho above stated easo, and re port the same to th Court, hareby sires nolle mai oa wm meet in parties at his office in tlear DtHd, on ritlUAY, nKPTKMUER 2D, 1881, at o clock A. at when and wbero all peraom later- Commiiiioni Olearfleld, Pa., Aug. 10, 1881-4L. Millinery I Millinery I ITAKH tbaplcaior of Informing th public tbal I aball offer special inducements In minmery uooas, men aa bilk, Hatlni, Kibbons, no wen, sc., itlmmed and tBtrlmmed Hats am Bonnet!. In tb very latest styles, Notions am Made-up Clothing for children. I kindly solicit iuiii oi fuur patronage. MISS M. A. WKLCII, Market St., Clearfield, Pa. Apr. 20, A81-1y. COR POH ATinX NO TIC E.Notic hereby given that an aanlicatlon will mad under th Act of Assembly of th Common vaaltb or PenncylranU, entitled "An Actio pro. vide lor the incorporation and regulation of eer um corporation!, approved tbo 2Vth day April, A. D. 1874, and th Acts supplemental memo, tor me enarter oi aa intended eornorm. tlon to be called "Tha Claarflald Water Co.' Th purposes and objects to ha the supplying of water to mo norougn or Ulearoeld and rlotnity. WALLACE A KREBS, boiicitors. Clearfield, Pa., Aug. 16, 1481-St. PRODUCE MARKET REPORT. PsiLaDBLPBiA, Aug. 16. The grain market la excited, and wheat and corn has materially ad vanced. Cotton Ii inactive at Hie for middling uplanda. Bart is nominal at424 per ton for No. 1 quercitron, Seed a Cloverieed ia Arm at 8 io per pound. Ia timothy and flaxseed no change, Flour la quiet, but priosi ar well sus tained, eales or l.SBU Barrels Minnesota ex tras $rtdi4.2i for clear, and 46.60 fur straight i Peaniylvanla family at $6 8Ha,6t western do. at $6(b6 76 and patanta al $6 74.7.76 ; also. a.ouu turrets uirara, Soaker tily, sgypc aad Cheltenham on private tame, Ry Hour is in active at $4.60(5. whisky la scare and high. Bales of waiters at $1.13. Naw Yob a, August 14. Floor closed a shade strongsr, in improvement mainly on medium and low grades f mode rat ciport and Jobbing trad Inquire, Kje flour firm) $ 26 76 for superfine. Cornmealflrm ; yellow western, $2.06 frti 4 ) Brendywine, $3.60. Wheat liUWjo niaaer, somewnai excueo, moderate oipori nusl neis, large trad on specs let ive snooont j aa graded spring, $l.l0fel.24 j No. 2, 41.24, ia- coal: COAL ALL THE YEAR! rpiIE subscriber hereby gives notice that he 1 ia bow aenreringeoaior an eioellent quality uu ruporw hi operate nil mm .in sr.Tf.TKK, So that he will be enabled to inpply his sastomcrs at all limes with good fuel. No Summer vaca tion. Urders by mall promptly Bllcd. R. EM. SHAW Clearfield, Pa., March 2, 1881-tf. Thomas A. Duckett, DEALER IN Iaereai otbbb raaisBTS. Lsmher MiioeJIeaeous freights.,.. 121 ars w 166 " Atoro Crimo Cautod by Doath-bod Inouraneo. -Tlie details of a sieeulatfve life insurance case was given to the fmhlic at Vt il bam sport last week, as follows: "Joseph Miller, aged 74 years, resided with his son Hnmuel in a lonely spot near the hase of Its Id Kagle Mountain, In Clinton township, Lycoming county. One day week before last he died suddenly and was hurriedly buried the next lay. Huspicion was aroused among the neighbors that there was something wrong. This suspicion was also shared hy another son named John, who, knowing that his lirother held a policy on his father for f!,iH0 and that other parties carried more than $30,1(00 on his life, felt that there should he an investigation. The body was disinterred and a post mortem examination mode by Trr. William Adams, which was so conclusive that the Jury rendered a verdict that Joseph Miller came to his death hy poison adminis tered hy his son Harauel. The stomach of osed, which gave ample evidence of poison, was secured and brought to the city for analysis. Hsmnel Miller was arrested for the rrime, but he protested his Innocence with great vehemence. The family consists of boys, and considerable Jealousy is said to ex ist among them, and as this one wan left a small piece of land by his father, he msy he tho victim of a conspiracy. '' P. 8. Ham net Miller has line been re leased from enstody, as the charges could la no way be substantiated. i Hay Fortr, Messrs. White A Burdick, Drnggists, Ithaca, N. Y. I ean recommend Ely's Cream Balm to relieve all persons suffering with rose Cold and Hay Fever. I have been a sufferer from the some complaints; have had groat relief by using the Balm. I have recommended it to many of my friends fbr Catarrh, and in all onsen where they have used the Balm freely have been cured. T Kenney, Dry Goods Merchant, Ithaca, N. Y. September 0th, 101. Trkjttok, X. J., October Md, 1881. I have suffered for eiftht years with Hay Fever, during July, August and September. In the beginning of July, this yenr, I resorted to Ely's Cream Balm, and have lieen entirely free from the Fever since the first applica tion. I can recommend it as a cure. Ed ward C. 11 ill man, at tho Xew Jersey 8 late Arsenal Price W cents. 8-I7-2t Daily Stag Lino. James L. Lsavy lion iim(U4 ta. having a daily mail estal lished between Clearfield and Penfleld, and will herenH ex run a dally stage between the two points. His con I met began with April 1st, anil the stage will leave Clearfield every morning (except flunuvy) at 8 o'clock, mak ing connections with all trains on the Low tirade Railroad at Pennfield, returning after the last train tho same evening. Passengers and freight will lie carried at low rates. Orders t(l at any of the hotels will be attended to. 4-l6tf. Annual Harroot Homo. The Clearfleld Po mona Grange, No. 33, will hold their annual basket picnic on Thursday, BeptemJier 1st, on the farm of J. B. Rhaw, two miles north of Clearfield. Music will he provided for tlie entertainment of old and young. Speakers are expected to he present to address the meeting, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. All are invited, as this Is expected to be the largest body of citiscn ever held In the eonnty. E. M. Pa vis Master. M. J. Owemh, BeeretAry. The Light Runuing New Home is abso lutely a perfect sewing machine. A trial will prove its superiority over all others. T. A. Fleck, General Agent fur Clearfield county. The Light Itunning New Home. A uni versal fovoHte, T. A. Fleck, General Agent for Clearfield countv. The Light Running New Homeiurjiaaaesall others. T. A. Fleck, General Agent for Clear fleld county. 8-10-tf The Light Running New Home, a model of perfection. T. A. Fleck, General Agent fbt Clearfield ormnty. The Light Running New Home lasts a life time. T. A. Fleck, General Agent for Clear fleld coanty. The Light Running New Home has no eqnaL T. A, Fleck, General Agent tor Clear- ucia county. ferior $1.161 : No. 2 Chieaao and Milwaakee. $l.26Kt.l.2fi; ungraded red, $l.l4fr1 81; No. 8 do., I 281,301 No. 2 do., 4.n(f(t l.22i ; no. 1 rod, 8i3SifI.Hl , miied winter, $1 2tt ; ungraded white. $1.16(1.30 No. I do., $1,264 ; No. 2 do $1.291.40; steamer, dn $.26(o 1.27 ; No. 2 red. AuausL $l.4lluI.I22. clcata at $l.82j(9il 8.1 September, 4J.JUH 1.84 bid; Oc tober, $1 464fd, 1.46, closing at $1.1104; Novem ber, $l.86ifal.3i Deeembcr, $l.3Hfl.40i. nyevery nrm; iisie, spot ana to am re, voefn) 1.48, and steady. Cera active, business mainly speculative; ungraded, 62(a,ft2 ; No. 8, nominal, steamer, 68ft60c; No. 2 6l($62e; steamer white tnern, BVtoTOoi white, 6lei store, white southern 6fa(70) ungradrdjeltow, 62c No. 2, Aoruit, 63faft2oi closing, 621c: Sentamber. 63(0,6510 eloiing, 6io ) Ootobor, 66(ii,774o; 67n. Oats Option 4(al high for cash ; mfied at 2ft2io lower and steady ; No. 4, 41(o44e da, white, 4Uio; No. I, 43(4 46 i do. white, 6l9(aj 62c i No. 1,46et mixed western. 42(T$4&o j whiU, do., 46(i64 white slate, 4ai(Mo ; No. S Au gusi, 4Ku)4lia; da. September, 4ujo4ilia do. Uotober, 4tfi(s,41a; November, 4 Ic. Csicaao, Aug 16. Highlit. Wheat Septem ber, 117ft October, 1)7:. Coro Septemhor,68 ; Ortober, 604. Pork September, II; Oetobor, 1N.U6. Urd September, $1 1.46 ; October, $1 1.60. T IIKRKBY fir notlosto the eitiiens of Clear. X. field and the surrounding vicinity thai I am prepared at all times to furnish families aad manufacturing stablishmeBta with a superior Coal, Wood f Coke, Which I sa prepared to deliver In a few hoiira' notice, I am alwaya ready to haul and deliver irom ana to in depot, or anywhere else, and mor fimilles and household soods envwhera am inonnoiwe, lllUH. A. VUCKKIT. Clearfield, Pa., Mar. II, lflO-tf. TIMBER LAND FOR SALE I Hp II R anhserlher wishes to disnoao of tb undl- X vldsd one-half Interest la a large tract of valuable land, aituate in Bell township, Clear field county, Pa., containing 1,000 acres, mor or less, ana wen oorerej wun white pin, oak and j hemlock limber. This land is located oa U waters of Haslet and Laurel Hubs. not e seceding thro miles from tb river. naa jooq roam ana every tniDg eonvon- lent for operating. This traot Is known as Nnm- nor 676S, ALSO, Th undivided one-half interest In one other tract in the same towniblp,oontaiolng 604 tm aeros, lying on th waters of Carry Run, C and nicely situated for logging. It la 3f alio well timbered with a large quantity 'W of good timber. The above tracts of land will he told to partial wlibing ta purchase oa fair terms, and at anv time 1 am ealled upon. It. U. THOMPSON. Bower, Pa., June 20, 1881-tf. Oil lartt. Oil Quotations ! CENTRAL PEKN'A OIL DEPOT. UNDERBILL & CO., Lubricating, ilrflntd tt Mlnrrt' OILS, PH1LIPSBURO, rENN'A. W, qael. oar araea of Palroteam aad othar oil, (.ultjtei f, marlrrt eaa.p..) dliT,T.d fra. oa board .ra at an, statiuo oa 1h, Tjroa. M Cl..ra.ld Hallroad. R.llo.d Oil, 111 T..I twg.1.1 AtloK.il Prlai. Whin, l I ai.rkcl ralo. W.t.rWkll.,l6 " I llaoatr.I.r. Elaia., lit " .... " " J ,nca t eoit. b.m!m, ,i ON.Ur..w. f.r n,l I .ia N.piaa, U ....... " " 14 U.aollaa, M " .1.1 Mla.ra' Lanp, 00 u.l " " 2 Oar All. Oil, (W. Va.) Kllra. " IS ,, (W.Va.M.d'. " " It " " " (W.Va.)Smai r " II N.loral Labiloatlnf " " .... .33 Franklla " Kilra. " JO " " Baaatw. IS Blank Sl.naal " " ii UrMa Enlo. " .1, Qoldea " .... " S Aabw " It XXX ..., .41 No. I fiplodl, ..... .40 Matobl.i, Cjllnd.r Oil " " Ii N. I " ........ " u to Woa) Oil, N.. I M LudOili.ilra)Wiaur.trala'd" M ..... .11 " 1 " " 71 Ho. I tl Bcllpi. Kanl.., No, I M ' Na. I " 4t " No. I. " IS Mla.rt Y.lloa, par ..Una.. " wmu AI low.M aar. Lia.Md, No. I " I k.l rata, witk- " An.rlc.it " I oat r.1. to noil. Titrpontta., b.,1 ,. MV UVa.tJrTHE pHrn and ntrtt all comprltlton. ata, 4, 'tl-l,. Stiv di'trtisttnt-nts. FARM FOR SAllFl Th snderslf tied haa om ta th eoaeluslon to quit farming and follow his eneupatlon, a ear pee ter, and bow efface fr sale his farm, situate oa and ahalf sail north of Cloarfitld srgh, containing Most of whtoh Is etearod and under good ealtlro tioa. and ha lag thereoe good TWO-STORT '"L" HOUSE, Larga frama bara, aaa atkn a.e.mr, aolaalM- laci, toaelbar wit. aa anaard ar all biadi ar rrnlt, and an a.ll.nt tnnna.r atr. WITH a ra.kt U I'MIKKLAIO Th. 0000 OOAL. CRF4MRALM .ATAQbu oni ns a By DIRECTIONS. Pot catarrh, hay fever, old in the head, Aa., insert with the finaer. a particle of lb balm aro tno noftrii: draw irons; breaths through be1 nose. It will be ibsorbod, cleanina. and healing the dis- 'aaea mttubrane. For eafhese. Apply b particle Into the oar. ELY'S CREAM BALM flAVINO gained bb mrlahl looal reputation, displacing all oiher preparations lo the vioiaity of discovery, Is, oo Its merits alone, recognised as a wonderful remedy wherever knows. A fair trial will oonrlno the moat skeptical of its cura tive powers. It fTeetually elesmes the Basal passages of Catarrhal virus, causing healthy sacra. lions, allays inflammation and irritation, protects ! the mem brace! linings of tbs head from additional cold i, completely heals tb sores and restores tbe sense of tast and smell, beneficial rasnlla are realised by a few applications. A thorough treat ment as di reded will cur Catarrh. As a house hold remedy fer sold in the head It Is unequaled. The Balm Is easy to use and sgreeable. tMd by druggists at 60 cents. Ob receipt of 6A oents will mail a package. Rand for circular with full Information. I KLT'P CREAM BALM CO., Owago, N. Y. ! For sale by the Clearfleld Druggists, and by Wholesale lirugglsta generally. April 6th, iNUl.tiia. Teachers' Examinations. TUB public Examinations for tbe present sohool year will be held at lb following times and place : ,V Vim mm PI It. Iadapwdaatv at B looming -ton, Tuesday, August 161 b. For Ooihin, at Shawaville, Thursd ay, August Por Bradford, at Bigler, Friday, August li'th. Por Lawrence and Clearfleld ber., at Clearfield, Saturday, Auguit 2dtb. Pur Uuggi township and Wall ace ton borough, at Wallseeton, Tuesday, August 23d. Por Alorrts, at hylcrtowa, We.1 oesday, A a gait 24th. For Graham, at Paleatla, Thursday, August 26th. 8 Por Kartbaui and Oovinglon, at Caalral Poiat, Friday, August 26tb. Vor Uirard, at Cong ress Hill, Saturday, August Por Decatur sad Osceola, st Oseoola, Tuesday, August xutb. Vt Woodward and llonlidal, st Hontsdal, August Slat 'r teultob, at Rsmey.Thursday, Sptaahr 1st. For Bercatie, at t tah villa, Friday, fifpt 2d. For Kboi, at New Millport, Tueadav, Septem ber 6i b. ' p For Jordan, at Assonville, Wednesday, Beiuav ber 7ih. r For Chest, st MePhtrron, Thursday, Heplera ber 8th. r Por Burniide, Newharg. and New WashlngtoB boroughs, and B until da townihip, at New Vaih Ington, Friday, Hep t em bar Bib. For Bell townahlp, at Campbell's ehuroh, Taee day, Septemhor lata. r (Ireenwfod township, st Bower, Wednes day, Sop ten bar 14th. For Lumber City borough and Ferguson town ibjp, st Lumbar City, Thuriday,8piemtr Iftib. For Union and In ion Indepeadest, si ItonktOB, Mondiiy, September Itftb. For brady, at Lstheribnrg, To-lay, 6pl em ber 2nb. Por Peas and Bloom, at PensvIM, Wednesday, Sepiember 21st. Th public amlastnBS ar Intended to reach all who ipoet ta teach ta tb Musty i heone there will be a special iamlatlnas hold, and snder Boekreumiuaces will certificate bo en dorsed or renewed. Applicants mast present themselves far aamlnatios IB th district ta which they Intend teaching, educational meet ings will heheldattheloeof caoheiamlnalloo, and In the evening! If suitable arrangements be ad by teachers and director. VYa hoo to m ret fall boards of l I ratters and the pat roes f tsesrBooisateark appotatmant. Apphoaate will pleaao eoasult "Teacher's Hand Book," page 66, for fall lafonaetloB rogerdiag ta require man la for provisional oertiBoatc. SabecriplloBS lo Kd sea li oa el Joaraals at eluh rate will ho takes Dm ;pwtiHmrnt. JOH WOHK.-Allkladiarjobwarkaianlad I. lb. b.,1 aiaaa.r at IbU efiea. QtlURT PRDCLAMATIOM. Waaaa.t, Hot. 0. A. MAT BR. Pr.ild.al Jadia ,f th. Coart af Ooniaoa Plaaa af 2! rut 'MvtU&mtM. Iuiur th Twenty-fifth Judicial District, composed sf us counties of uiearteld, Centra and Cltntw and Hon. Abban Oodhb and lioa. Vibobrt B. Holt, A i ioo late Judges af Clearfield county have Issued their precept, to m directed, for th holding f a Court of Commea Plena, Orphan' Court, Court of Quarter Sessions, Court of Oyer, and Terminer, nnd Coart of General Jail Deliv ery, at the Court lions al Uliarfleld, ia and forth eouaty of Claarflald, commencing on tbo fourth miiimay oi Btepiemner, un day) A Is. IMHI, and to cuutluue tor two weeke. NOTICE IS, therefor, hereby elves ta ths vornner, i unices oitn reaoe. and Constable, ib and for said county or Clearfleld, to appear In their proper persons, with their Record i, Rolls, Inquisitions, Eiamlnstlons, and other Remem brances, to do tbos things which to their offioea, ana in inetr oenait,peruin to n son. by an Act of Assembly, passed the 8th dav of May, A. D. 1H64, it Is mads th duty of the Jv tlcea of tbe Peao of the several counties of this Commonwealth, ta return ta the Clerk f tb Court of Quarter Sessions of tb respective counties, all tho recognisance entered Into before tnern by any perion or parsons o nerved with th oommissisB of any erime, eicept such sases as may neenaea oeiore a Justice oi tne react. dor existing laws, at least tea days before the commencement of tno session of tno Court to wbieb ihsy ar mad re turnsole respectively, and in all esses where any rcoognliaacs ar entered Into less than ten days before theeommenoement of th esistuB to which they are mad returna ble, tb said Justices are to return th same in th earn manner as If said sot bad sot bees passed. GIVEN under my hand at Clearfleld, this 8d oay ot August, ia in year or our liord, on thousand ight hundred and eighty-one. aug. 4-ta JAMKS MAilAFFBi, Sberlft ONEY TO LOAN.-0a flret-e.es ii d farm property, bv tb Muto. suran Company of New Verb, oa first snort ige, ia sums from 41, 0o Bp. For further ia- raiauoB apply to tbe undersign. UUltA.TI.AL W.0MI Clearfield Pa., May 7th, 187,-if. 1HOPHA1Ji irnn nriiiw.s iimuD X Sealed Proposals will h received at tho store of feier as oyer, ib Hyiertowa, Morris tews ship. Bntil SATUKDAi, AUUIJST JuTH. IB HI at I o'clock P. M , for th sroatios ef a school suns at kyiertown. nans ana speeiseatlens ean he aeon by tailing ea Patar Muyer, Kyier town, Pa., up ta above data, tne Hoard rwtrv lag th right lo reject any or all bids. 1'KTKR MOVKR, Pruidiat UB. Ai Tbobb, BecreUry, Kylartows, Pa., Aug. 4, ISftt-Bt tptAUTION All perinni are hereby warned against parcoasiag ar iu any way meaaiing with tb follow inc personal property, bow in tb possositoa of UK"r!(IK W. KMKAL, of Decatur township, via t Two corral horses, two sets harness, ns wsgoa, ene sled, one fannlng-mill, tnre eowi, aad young eattio ana an me grati raised on the around. Tbe foregoing property I owned by me, and Is allowed to remain ia th possession of said UBOKtJK W. BMKAL on loan only, subject to my erder at any tim. ue working for me by the month. DANIKL 6MEAL. Weit Docatar, Asgust Id, 1841-H. John Irvin Bros., CURWENSVILLE, PA., -DKALKHS IN All Kinds of Merchandise, -sron as Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc. -M- MANI!FACTI.'RER8 AND DEALKR8 IS ISQUAltK Ti ll It Kit, AND EVBRY DHSCRIPTIOS OP SAWED LUMBEE CUT TO ORDER. M- The Only Manufacturer-it in Clearfield County of the NEW PROCESS FLOUR M FLO tit, CHOP 1JTIt FEED ftir.fi-Af o.r u.i.rut rF'Caali paid tor all kinds of Oram Wheat, Kye, Oata, Etc, Carwcairlll., Pa., Jaa. t, HS0 tf. Machinery for Sale I TIIK uad.r.lirDed .ff.r, at arirata ul. on. UAL I, SIUNllLE MAOHINKaad JOINT tK. on. Bol.TKR, iib it loot aaw, oa. dr.f H.w, oa. .lit-off a,w, oa. b.ad ,a, aad tw.otjr tli f.l of l lBk llB.-.han, all tha pallor, and all Iba macbloerv baloDaiaa lo th. mafafMtnriB. vt .bloKlM, Tb. BMbiB. ha, at baaa ia aa. otw tbra. moatht. It i, aoUabla I. ba atuch.d ta t.am or wator pow.r. For p.rllftalar. .all oa oraddrn, APOI.EON MoOONALD. Rooktoa, Pa. Blaaohard'a Horn. Camn. Roaktoa, Pa., Jul; 7, USI-tf. HOFFER'S Ceap Cash Store RlKtM NIK, THREE, OPERA MOUSE, Clearfleld, Pa., WROLRSALK RETAIL DEALER IX DRY GOODS, Comprising Dress Goods of th very latest styles, eon "i hi ng in pan or vasnmeros, Mancaeatar f ancies, Alpacas, and all manner of Fancy Dress Goods, ioh as Cretans, llohair Loiters, Plaids, Dress Uingbams, Dress fancies of tb very latest styles, ana ss oneap as they ean be sole In this marht. NOTIONS, Consisting of 01 ores for Usnts, Ladies and Mines, lir.se of all shades, Silk gringos. Laces, Fancy Dree Buttons. Ladies' Ties of ail shades and styles. Caffs end Collars, Ribbons of all hinds and qaalities. Merino Underwear, Trimmings, eta, BOOTS AND SHOES U'AfTJTTTJ0 yrHUUEmi.&vr, QueenBware, Hardware, Tinware, Carpets, Oil Cloths, WALL PAPER, LEATHER, FISH, Etc., Wklnh nlll ba Mid whol.nl. ar ratal!. Will tat. Country Produce Exrhatia;a fur Rood, at Market Prlcaa, WM. J. HOP FBR. fliaai nlt. Pa.. Kapt. s, ihho If. Thl. nMtn.vl. will h. ..h.llMA fn. .H.lla. mmm. artr.ara.ldaa aa., lanai la aa.aiaat,. Par, af .aaailBatlaa. Tb. .l.ailo.lUa will iMfla turtbar aartioalan rail aaib.pr.aiiH. r addra,,. ,nn v. via.raM, ra. Mank lata, ltll.lt at A.M. 11. L. MrOUOWN Ooaal, Haaarlalaa4lt Cla.rl.ld, J.l; Stlb, till. IIRV I.IHT-N.ra.l aad laaatloa of Iboa, prreoai drawa a, lurar, ta Mrra at Huptata b.r la., aoaiin.Bel.f .a lb. foarih Uoad.,, (S.tk), aod ooatiaaln, twa wk, ! Orard Jraoaa Mohd.t, Sarttaaaa tllra. C Cnanar, Buroiid. b : A HoMBkraa,, Haitoa, L rr,uma, L ( It,, llrnr, nwaa,Jord.a, tn M.h.ffor, M Waah.'O ll.rll,la, k.rtaaa,. H A Wrlaht, UaM.rla, Jno R Datilaa, Kaoi, W MoCnr. " iJ II Ptbrrr.r. Lawraaoa O.or,, OaulTman, Hell, A Mn,.rjr, Morrta, k Prraai.B, Ilradlord K M Oari., I'.nn. Hobnt llanbar, Obl, Adaat Xiaitb, Pih,, onpb H Brno, " u. u lli,.o. Band;, jr motn.r, UMatar, Joha n MHa, " riraa, Uallch, K r MeO.ll " HUB MaBM,, Uallah, II Vaal.p, Woodward Taavaaal Jvaeaii, Moanar, B.pt. 16, a. W B A,.ra, Baroald. IJ.aiM Pl.aal, Orabam JM llaUa,a, Cl.arfi.ld C llallihao, Oraaawood, J b.h.a, : itir.ia llnaiin.l, uallah, Ja. llalliaaa, " it viooaward, Itaaloa, J A Uroaory, Oar'avllla, Oaora. Horr, ' Rlrh'd K.aaa, " Da? Id WIN, Jordaa. W p I'b.mb.r,, ' Ijaa Ml.ha.la, Kanhaar, r Moiianaot, uoaiMaM r walMti. ltwraaaa, R.b'l FlamlBR. " B.aj f.ha, Ja. Mlohaala, L Clt,, M 8 Kraoair, . ' J B McPaddra, Onaola All.. VVrlfl.,, D Uamiltoa, ' ,Thar.tna, Irwia M Kllia J RoRftn, W P M.rr.11, Morrll, I. .w Brlahia, Tha, Briar, ' H.or, Ball.,, Baoearla And Palaur, " J O Olaijow, lUDouRl.a, Tboinaa UMra, Bn,, 'Robnt Uuat.r, " Rodnlph Alhrt, HnRf, jAadrrw Latf, N Joa Wia.r,, Br.dlord, !W A Moora, P.RD, H.r.) Ka.pp, - J.m.i Walla, W W tl.r.h, Brad,, W T Dall.T, " W a Wrlht, M Lihlom, H fUliriag, Raraald.t, llrarj J Kaarr, Band,, J NaiBnarrllla, lllarld Walt,, tlaloa, IIm Kafllitaaa, " iD KldridR, Woodward, liana MoKwaa 11 ijoha Bottorf, " 0 Baraia,, Oorlatltta, 0w.a Law!., " Joha Hmb.a, Dwalar, W W Willl.iaa, " RD8bnw.il.r, " Jam,, Kaall,,, " BaaJ Jury, Uirari, h.dward MrCaba, " Brook. Wrbr Mordat, Ottorrr Sb. II E Baydar, Olaart.ld, Jonph W.lll;, Daralar, II. or W.L.r, " A. T. Ranbla, Oo.b.., Job.. BujBtoa, 11 (laare;. Owaaa, M AllMTarlor, Carwalla, lka.il!. Klaa, llalleb, C. Ulranl, Uoalidala, IPaLPIrrM, Hnalua, T J.Prlaa, J. B. UamlltoB, " Jna (t. Hboff, Oa?aol, W. A. Crlal, P. Oatnpiaaa, Wallrta'a, wai. ataaati.,, um, Cjriu A. Waal, Ul.oi Ia.aa Baiah, Uofta, BaBia.l Browa, Laar'at, Iraaatlaoa, " Kab.a Biiltt, Morrll, M. II. P';a, P.aa, Am.ld Blc.a., Plba, J. a Ch.ab.ra, " iftb'l MrUraakaa, Jaaiaa n I II. K.ala, B.raildhlA.B.rJtrawbrldR., (.ad; A.IIarB.a.,,C.rlntea J. D. Kaea, Tha.. Lajabarl, " j Nlh.laa Uardoa, " 0. Hokoarrt, " O.nd l.yoaa, " li.phM Tmi, Dnlil, Tb.aua Wa,aa, " W. th. aadarrifaad, karab, eartlf, that Ik. for., olng Hat af aaaaa or paraaaa w.r. drawa b, aa.a tb. Itlb da, .IJalr A. D. IMI, a. Mraad aad Trararaa Jaran fa, lb. Baptarabar T.raa af Ooart, aoaaaiM.lB, aa tha fourth Moeda,, la aoriaof, aad wa. drawa aoBOrdtsa la law, la aa rardaaaa allh .a .rd.r af tha IIm C'hark. A. H.j.r, Praalaaal Jadaa af Iba aaid Oo.rt, JAMKS MARAPPIT, Sharif. A.I. JArHSOW, H. BR1VUK, Jar, Oaaiaiitfioam. Claarl.ld, Pa., Jalj JTlk, IIBI u. ( Agricultural Implements ! T TAKK thia malhod ef aotifjln, thnaa la aoad X oi a good aaawar, tlr.p.r, Thrh.r ar rlew, luat i oara taa ag.Be, or th. JllTCKEYE Motfer, Bcaper and Thresher, MaBafaaturad h, AULTMA!T A CO., Co too, 0. a aai aiao agent lor tne eal.Bratd South Bcntl Chilled Tlow ! k-au Persons la seed ef either of the ahaetahtd better call en or address m before pornbaiing mwutrr, ZACHARIAH MrKAt'L. jeae , IMl-lf. CarwaBarlll Pa. Re-Union of Trade. TUB BBdaralgnad wlibing t inform tb pnblh that be opened a COMMISSION 8 TORE At tbe old stand la Trontrlll, Clearfleld eonnty, ra., ub me icin inst., wun a iuii stoeE oi DRY CtHiOn, GROCERIES, NOTION, Boots, Shoes, Etc.. In fact everything to bo fonnd Ib s flrstelass store. all of which I am determined to sail at the lowest cash prices. FAKMKRH AND LUMBERMEN Will find it to their ad ran tare to do their dialinr with me, as ths highest prices will he paid for urain, nnmgica, or rroauee or any aiaa. fart or one-half cash will h paid. Trading for Hhlngleior Lam ber of snyhind s specialty. Also, ageui tor Singer Sewing Machines, Hariac Bad. .rraatatnanta with Eaatrra mar. eb.nte to a.ll goada furniabad me, the,,rore eall ana are, aa l will a. .aebl.d to aell eh.apr than toeeo.ap.at. J. W. UAKL1LK, Trootrille, Pa., Sept. 14, Ageat. Mow ers aud Itonporn ! E. W. BROWN, CLEARFIKLD, PA. Tlllrabarrlbwha. th. WALTKR A. WOOD MOWERS aad REAPERS far aale, heald.a Maohla. repair, for the earae. Alao HORSE HAY RA K BS, aad all kiada ef farming tmpletaaau. WWII1 alehaat-a abora lor BORSKS or CA1 U.K. ar Mil t.r, low for aaak. FRESH MEAT I WILL also continue the batohering buitbasa. Meat market In tha plainins mill office, oa Plo atreet. Kreib meat every Monday, Weduea day, Friday and Saturday moraioga. Voir pat ronage la respeclfnlly solicited. K.W.BROWN, Tor M. &. Bsowb. ClearDeltt, Pa., Jane lit, lSSIJa. HARNESS I HARNESS 1 1 ThU Way for four llarntu I IP yoa waat ta atadr ,oar owa latere!, do not fail to eall at ANDREW HARWICH'S HAH. NlihS SHOP.aa Maikelatreat, Best door le Joha A. Block a tobaoeaatore, Clearfleld Pea a a. THE FACTS ARK THAT II Iret'tlaee work I, doBa at HARWICH'S. aata foot ell and axlr groaee at HARWICH'S. Arabic aad alngle haraeaa erall kind, at 1 7 HAHWICK'S. 1 Idlag aaddlaa of all kind, at V nARWICK'S. 'at aett aad kora. aorar, erall kiada at J HARWICK'8. yifhlpa af allklada aad aa low aa 1& eeala at I r HAHWICK'S naraaMofall kloda made to order al HAHWICK'S A llkltda ofaollara al bollom prior, at JY HAHWICK'S. U. member ta J L S I lino af hnrae fnraiib. Inggoodaal HAHWICK'S. Will tMp and makt all klnda of lumber bar. a.ie.t HAHWICK'S. I ror, aad all other kind, ofrlnga af all alia, at HAHWICK'S. (tomha, bruabea, and lnt.rf.rlag boot, en hand J al HAHWICK'S T'aea robaa, kaee dnatera, aad aer...a of .11 JV blade at- HAHWICK'S Job werb aad ranalrifl. nroaintl. allsnded ta. Rem.nbar Ib. ohop ia Shaw'a row, oa MarkM atrMt, between the Men.ioB Hoa aad the Shaw Hooae, Clearfl.ll, Pena'a. Ma, 18, Ibil.tea. ?fw ,&vtttumtntf. VUU aattu fna. PorlUad. Maine. Toreao and It Addnaa II. Balutt A Ca, ta.bl.l;.j TIIHTICEM' a COMaTABLBaV VIM W. hara prlated a large nam bar af taa aw PEI BILL, and will aa tha raaalpl af Iwaaljr. ire aeata. atail a eo.r la aa, addreea. mjlt ARNOLD WANTS Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs. OarwaanUla, Jaa. , Tl tf. 1J1AHN LANLM FOK lALtZ la Beatoa aad Pla.towBtbipa.ClearleldaoBatr. nwMaabl.Umetl,ra far part .rpareheael aaej. Prlae, Attoa ta lll.ot p aera,' Mlaera'a na.r.l. i. BIRD. Am.u PeaKeld, Pa. or Will, ca A Kaaaa, S.pt ID, UT'-tr. OI.arS.ld, p NDTICK. Th. aadorilgned, raaldlng la taa ,111a,. of H.itor.r, la Cbaat taw.ablp, baa mad, the aeeeaiar, arrang.m.nta aad ere peeea to apea aa EATING UOISE far tha aa eommodatioa of tbe pablle genarall,, aad I bera bj wllrll a liberal ahare of the psblie patreaaga. JOHN J. SNlfDER. WeotoTer, Pa., Peb. S, latl-lf. SIIOEMAK1NC I hereb. Inform mj pa tTOBB, aad maaklad ia gaaarai, that 1 kar. remorad ai, abeamakiag .hop ta iha room la Orahaa'a row, orer 8. 1. Sarder'a Jewatrr More. aad that I am prepared ta do all kind, af tt.rfc la m, Una ebMp.r than aa, ether ahop la towa. All work warranted aa good aa aaa a. doBe aa,. wbera elM. poilUr.l, Ibla la th. eh.apeal abop la Claaraold. JOS. hi. DEERINO. Uea. II, 1878 tf. IXKC UTOHB- ajOTICBNollealtkera. A h, alrea that Lettera TeaUmeatarr oa tha oaiata of JAMKS HAOERTT, lata af Baeearla tewaahlp, Clearfleld eoant,, Paaa'a, daoeaaad. baring bna del, greated la Iha aaderalgaad, all paraona lad.bted to aald aetata will plaaa. make immediate parmeat, aad tboaa bariag elalma ar demaada alnat tbe aame will areaent then nn.. err, authenticated for aettlemeat, witboat del.,. n . nnirani I, JKHKMIAII HAOKRTT, W. U. PATTKRSON, KReaatera. Hoatadala, Pa., Jal, Idth, HSI.tt. EIGHT FARMS For Sale or Rent! Th aubacriher nronoaei lo mII a pttt bar of (arms located as follows t Tbe first sitnal in Baraside township, Centra county, contain iag 150 acres, bavins thereon erected a frama 4 -rail. ing, frame bara , adjacent ta a charch, aad knew a as the Jamas Mulbolland farm. A L80, another farm aitnat la Oraham tows ship, ClearSeld eouaty, containing 117 sores, with tha necessary Improvements. This farm isaader laid wito a GOOD VEIN OF CuAL. ALSO, sit other farms In th vicinity of Freaeh ville, conulnina resoMtfullv 111. loo. flft. sa. at and 21 acres. The farm all have houses and barns thereon, good water, bearing orchards oa same, as well as tome food wood laod. For Inrthcr particulars call la nerson. or arid ran tha undersigned by letter. L. M. COL'URIKT. . Jan. ivtb, I 81.tf. FrenchTille, Pa. YALULE LANDS FOE SALE I SIX handred and nln.tj-tao (ttl) aeraaaf lead, ailaale ia ClearSeld eonntj, Pa., will beaeld ia a aoar, ar ib tbrae (a) .operate parcel,, lewltt Pie. baBdrl (iliai aeree well ttmbared with oak, piee aad kemlook, aad kariag tberaoa a Sr. elaaa waler power mill with circular aawa. uae unnlred and Iweatr (110) aeree cleared aad good alala af CBllivatloa. and hatiaa thereaa erected a large and toe rramedwelling bene., twe large frame barea aad other Baeeaaar, aatbaild lag., together with a larga orchard, good water, Ac, Ac Berentr aeree cleared and aadw a.lltntlaa. but with ao bnildioga. Tbe aaid lafida are aito.u wittl. at IIm at Clearfleld aad tbe Peaaajlraala Railroad, aad are BBilerl.id with bitaminoua eoal aBd 6ra-ela,. Heaaoa for Selling. Cclialag health ef owner. Par further particular., Inqaireof lb. eabeariber. J. PRANK S.M DKR, Alt', for Owaer. vwroeia, re, jubb idib, laai-tr. Borough Ordinance and Resolution. WHKREAS. The Ccalral P.nni.I.enU T.U. pbona Compaa, haa, with Iha tacit eoaeeal of Ibla Conacil erwted ita Ha. throaeh thia boroueh. orer th. ureela aad alio,., aad aald right kariag been diaputed, It U bereb, eaaeled, ate., That aaid Compeer ma, aae aaid right ef wa, (.roc ..id atreet, and alleya, aabjeet however ta the control and direction of the Towa CeeBoil aa ta placing polee la Hid atreU aad altera, that the aame ma, laooBTeniOBee altiaan. af the bor ough aa llttia aa practicable, with Ike aaa of aaid right af wa,. Ia traliaoB, that the .tore ordlaaaee and rae. olatloa waa paaaed tbe lit da, af Aagaat, 1181,1 - ... hj u ..ii. Aoa annea taa aeal oa tbe Borough. SAMUEL I. SNYDER, Bargeaa. J. frarr BarniR, Clerk. Clearfleld, Pa., Augaat, t 181, t t. YOU O-tVIM- Save moneY r If BUVINll YOUR HOODS FROM Geo. Weaver & Co., ...... j SECOND STREFT, CLEARFIELD, PA., DEALERS IK Dry Goods, Notions, , BoiitslSliocs, HatsfCaps, GROCERIES, Carpets, Oil Cloths, tic., ic. iloi'r, run, BACON, BAM, SALT, OATS, CORK, CHOP, BTO. Theakfal for peel rarer., are larlu Iha a.MIe to aell aad eM ear lanre aad aaw ateek af goada, wkleh we win dlapooe af al raaaaaaMt rata, far taaa. ar atehaage lor eeaatr, predaea. Pollta Bad aalealtra eeerh. to wail apea poa, aad prieee dawa taw. lOHBI W1AWIR A 00. Olearl.ld, Pa,Aprll M, llll-tf. a JO !. EXECUTORS' SALE or Desirable Real Estate ! Estatt of Eioiwd Shvw, Srn Dk'4. rpHH aadcralgn.4, Piecutora of the Batata af X ntUHAKU SHAW, Sr., deeeeeod, will .fret panne aale at the uuu KT I10USK, la the hor gh of Clearfleld, Pa on Thursday, Sept. 1st, 1881, AT I-.30 O'CLOCK P. Tb. foll.wlag raluahla real aetata, rlt l Taa three-ator, BRICK HOTEL propart,, eorner of Market aad Piral .trMU. la th. ka eagh af Clearfield, haowa aa 'The Shaw House,' Fronting with twolottof groan d theroto helenging sS 200 foet on Market street, and 99 feet on Firit street, with a two-story 1 1 1 dwelling houie attached. The he IJUrt tl proper has siity hod-rooms aad all oooreniencos for a Irst-elasi hotel. On of tb moat desirable hotel properties Ib Central Pennsylvania. The abov will ba old togethaT with a two story from dwelling hone ea Market street, ad jacent to th Hotel, and on other frame dwelling bona and a two-story it ore building, all fronting os Market ttreet. ALftO. All that certain lot, hnowa la ths nlab of Claarflald boron gb as Lot No 119, . , fronting s feet oa Locust street, ran- ffc n ing bark 171 feet, mere or leas, to aa alley lias) with dwelling boas and allBoeosiary et-- buildings thereon eroctd,aod other improves eat. TERJMM OF MJLEt Ose-third ssih st delivery l good deed, sag tb balance to be seen red by bond and mortgage, payable ia an and two years, with interest. A. B. BHAW, JOS. 811 AW, fiarvlving Bi'rs of Richard Ihaw, Sr4'4, Clearfield, Pa. Joaal, ISol-u. n OPEH FOR ALL I LOTS OF New Goods, CHEAP FOR CASH. Come to Frenchvl le 1 I HAVE fust roocired th Itrgest stook of soods erer broorht to this awolion of Ibe oonnty, wbicb 1 will soli forensh or produce u chp a they can be bought eltewbert. Hj stock consists of V . , Dry goodS, Groceries, Boots Shoes, Hardware, a-Naile a Specialty.- - R-cady Made Clothing. A full stock of FISH. ' Salt ia lanre or small sacks, or by the barrel. CROCKERY WARE, tone or clay. QUKKNSWARE, all styles and quality. Ia short, I hae everything needed by the fanner, tha mechanic, the laborer, or anybody clue, which I will sell nst as cheap as the goods oao be purchased anywhere olae. Pleaee call and examine my goods and prices before Investing elsewhsre. L. M.COTJDRIKTs rVnetaTillo, Pa., Mar. 2, '81-tfv .