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Geobob B. Goodlandeb, Editor.
WEDNESDAY M0RN1N0, AUU. IS, IMI.
Haodar, If yoo want to kaoa what ta going od
la tho tra.ln... world, Jn.l rood our adrarti.lng
aolaaBa, the .Spoeaai MlunD to portloalar.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET,
SAMUEIi J. TILDEN,
OL HiW roRi.
Pol VICi PBII1DKKT :
THOS. A. UENDHICKS.
CAftltATlli, Attiiitioii I Oo and attar tfaa
Aib of Aujruat, lht announc'tnto. of the namei
of candidal, for IHilric, and County noiBtn.v
tiom will be ia order. Tba ntoil ft, which
10 ait b paid, in advance, will be m followi : Coo
rrut2U; Henatnr, $16 ; AiMinblp, $15 ; Sheriff,
f 1&; Anoclftie Judgf.llO ; Diitrlet Attorney,!. 0
Jury ConmiMioDer, i. Ttaii amount will J
for thaaiDkl notioe and the nrinUn of lO.OUO
Delete fur aaohoat.il. data Otrparty rule require
that the ninee of eeh candidate be annonnNd
Ihrna weeki before the election.
Priam elMtioa dor. Saturday, gentotnbar II,
from 1 to T p. m., ond lbr County ConrenUon
noeu In Ibt Court Home th. following Tooiday
at 1 p. m.
Democratic Meetings. Wo havo
printed handbills, mid thoy havo been
Rent out by llio Chairman, for holding
mooting as follows: NEW WA.SJ1
1NGTON, Thursday, Aug. 2llh, LtT-
THEH.SllU.liti, Saturday, Aug. 2Sth,
KYLERTOWN, .Monday, Aug. 2Sth
Those meetings will bo held in tbo
evening, ndlressod by Ncniitor Wallace
and Chairman Test, and perhaps otlicr
Keatii of Speaker Kihb. llou,
.Michael C. Kerr, Congressman from
the Suae of Indiana, and Speaker ol
tko House, died at Itockbridgo Alum
Springs, Virginia, on Snturday, the
lftth inat., where ho had repaired for
the recuperation of his- health. Ho
was one of iho leading statesmen of
tho day, but having inherited Con.
sumption, ho linn been carried off in
tho midst of his usefulness. Ho was a
Ponnsylvanian, born at Tilnsvillo,
Crawford county, in 1827, and at tho
time of his death was on the highway
to National distinction.
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Committer JIeetwo. Tho mem
bcru of tho Executive uommuiee 01
tho Central Tilden & Hendricks Club,
will meet hereafter in the Centennial
building, In tho rear of Krntzer J,y
tlo'a stnro-liouso. It in hoped that those
gentlemen who liavo been selected as
permanent oflicors of tho Club will be
present on that occasion as well as all
other who lovo liberty and free gov
ernment, will inako it convenient to
meet at tho place Indicated, on Satur
day evening at 8 o'clock. Let there
be a general attondanco of oil thoBO
who are opposed to the general misrulo
which has prevailed in tho Stale and
It. J. Morqan, Chairman.
Attention, Iiemocbats. Wo under
stand that Senator Wallace has been
engaged by tho State and National
J)etnocratio Committees during the
month of October, and that it will bo
impossible for him to address his neigh
bore during that period unless arrange
ment for meetings are mado at least
throe weeks in advance. Although,
considerably broken down by his eight
months arduos duties in the Senate, bo
has, nevertheless, consented to address
the peoplo at Now Washington, La-
thersbnrg and Kylertown, during this
month, at tho timo indicated oUowhoro
in this issue. Those of our frionds who
deem it nocesBary to hold meetings in
othor sections of tho county, and de
sire his presence, will bear this (act in
mind and act accordingly.
Campaion DoriMr.NTS. The groat
speech of Senator Wallace, delivered
in tho United States Senate, and that
of cx-Oovernor Jliglor, delivered at a
club meeting in this place, will both be
found in this issno of the Repi'SMca".
It is with special prulo that we lay
thcto two. documents beloro our read
era. First, because Clearfield is a mere
backwoods town, in the wildcat region,
as our section of the State is generally
termed, yet, when tho eoplo of the
(limited Suit s undortake to run a t en
itonnial exhibition or a Presidential
campaign, fboy generally send for a
iCleorfloltl man to see them through,
oexiBdlyBnd for the purpose of util
ising .our .two neighbors in the ap
proaching; tl'roatdcntilt canvass, tho
speech of those two representative
Democrat are being.elrcu!aUdby the
thousand thro.'igb the newspapers, and
we understand t'lat the Ueiaocraftf
National Committed bat ordered one
hundred thousand copies of each of
these speeches to be printed in pam
phlet form for general circulation. We
again say we art brood of our neigh
bors. , .
TKini t'cdm, 'the great South Amor
lean tirm-ller," did Kclglum before
bi.mkP.Kt i,0 other moroing.
Can Senator Cameron inform tho
liuiUcnl Senate why tho Mollio JUa-
guni's voted the I Judical ticket in
II Senator Jlorton want a wurof
races to elect llnyes in tho State of
Louisiana and .Mississippi, why don't
he go and fight f
The Hadieal party by it policy for
tho past fifteen years baa torced on tho
people this issue: Empty bellies vs.
Six hundred men wore discharged
from tbo Baldwin Locomotive Works
in Philadelphia last week. Cause no
body wants any locomotive.
A Cnnfcdcmto Hrigadier, or a night
mare, straddles Colonel Forney every
night this warm wealhor. Tho way
of the transgressor is bard.
Congress adjourned on tbo 16th, and
ou the 17th, Cameron, Grant & Co.
issued their ukase to tho army for bav-
onot elections in tho South.
Hen Itutler wants a spoon in his lie
form business, and naturally enough bis
bestial instincts leads him to support
Uuyes, Wheeler and (i mutism.
Although Kansas gave Grant a ma
jority of over 34,0(10 in 1872, it is now
put down as doubtful, bocausoofthe
corruption which ba recently boon
unearthed in that Statu.
Iowa will hereafter be known as
tho State of Belknap, and the Capital
will be called Kassnn, in honor of the
two eclcbroties who have led Wash
ington society for tho post four years.
Clupp, who was legislated out of his
position as pnbliu printer on account
of "irregularities" has been reappoint
ed to tho position by tho Presidont and
confirmed by tho Senate. "Let no
guilty man escape!"
On. Tho Hadieal nominee for Gov
ernor of Missouri, like bis "batty,
Orth, of Indiana, ha thrown tip tho
sponge. Thoy know it's no use to run
against tno union tickot, winch is
spreading over the I'nion.
It Won't Work. Tbe empty atom
aeh won't put on a bloody shirt. They
w.tnt wage to buy broad, and the
negroes must work, white men not to be
taxed to support them in Idleness to
vote tbo Hadieal ticket.
Now that ovcrybody has been nom
inated for Congress, tho Cincinnati En
quirer indulges in most sanguiuo ex
pectations tliut tho Democrat will
carry Ohio both in October and No
vember. How is that for tho home of
Thoso voters who are opposed to tho
running of saw-mills, tho heat of the
furnaces, foundries and rolling-mills,
and the noise of cotton and woolen
manufactories, and cheap lubor, will ot
courso vote for Grant, Cameron, Hayes
A Co. '
Had tho iiadicals been in the major
ity in tho Houso the past session, it
would have cost the peoplo just THIR
TY MILLIONS more for govern
mental expenses during , 1871!, but
through tho vigilunco ot our party that
much has been saved.
"Languishing trade," is what tor
ments Forney now, should Mr. Tilden
bo elected. Well, we sympathise with
tho editor of the Press, bocauso it has
been so lively for tho past three year
under tho post-traders and tho crook
ed whisky regulators.
Tho Detroit Fretr I'ress says: "Evory
'rebel' in Congress ha voted to save
money to tho tax payors at large.
When they voto 'aye' to cut down a
Hadieal ring swindle on tho people,
then you hear from tho organs about
that 'old rebel ycblo.' "
Col. Forney, of tho Philadelphia
PreM, Grant's particular organ, oy:
"Let the RepMieant remember thai Pres
ident Grant it the firm friend of Governor
llayet at his suceator," After this ac
knowledgment no one will doubt the
indorsement of one by tho other.
General Sherman ho ordered tbe
transfer of the Headquarter of tbo
Military Department of the South from
Louisville, Ky., to Atlanta, Ga. Thi
is regarded by some persons as a movo
mont toward more effective federal
supervision ot southern election.
Til si a Alarm. The strait to which
Radicalism is driven is demonstrated in
the Vormont campaign. That State
never cast her vole for a Democratic
nominee, yet, tho Grant Unyes party
is sending all it leading stumper into
tho Stato to save It for Hayc, Cam
eron 4 Co.
It is tho opinion ol the Chambers
burg Spirit, that "there, can no longor
be a doubt that Grant himself is the
nead Centre' of tho Whisky Ring and
has received a largo share of Its dis
honest profits," and that "he ought to
be impeached and hurled Irom the high
office he disgraoo."
A Goon Idea. The Baltimore Oa-
zette proposes that Presidont Grant
issuo a proclamation declaring Sitting
Bull and his followers sot of "banditti," j
and thon send General Sheridan to
takochargo ot them. This i what
Sheridan once proposed should be done
with the people Of Louisiana.
Till Slave's Lament. The editor
ial in the Philadelphia Prest, for tho
last month, read a though "Crazy
Homo," or omo other demonted cat-
throat wa the author. Simon Cam
eron'a slave has a hard lime of it. Ha
is a very cosily and discontented
Tartiaixt Defeated. The school
scheme of Grant and tho Radical lead
er having been frustrated by a Demo
cratic Congress, and a bloody revolu
tion averted, thoso political despera
doc now turn around and call upon
tbo army to assist thorn in hastening
The Democratic Congress would
have saved the lax payers forty millions
of dollar during the next year, but the
Radical Senate was determined to pass
larger appropriation bill tbarl tst,
but afW a legUlatlvs fight cf over two
month durstwn, the Democrat suc
ceeded in rsduoirig (ba appropriation
bills J" a K save thirty m:lfiM of dol
lars, notwithstanding tbe opposition of'
tbe President and the Rti!" ??naU.
.VOSfl Y OX JIORNKBACK.
Tho llarrisburg Patriot in alluding
lu this G i ant-Hayes confederate says:
Mosby, tbe bush whacker, whoso chief.
occupation in tho war consisted in at
tacking commiaaary train and murder
ing teams tor, ba published a letter
in which he declare for Hayes and
W heeler. At tho White House lluaby
baa lung boon a privileged guest, and
bo had an important share in the re
moval of Postmaster Gonoral Jowcll
because tho latter refused to appoint
one of hi marauders to a route agency
in Virginia. In tin letter Mosby
shows that be ha not forgotton his
old guorrilla tactic. Ho protends that
it is in answer to a letter from ono of
bis former bushwhacking comrades,
who urge bitn to support Tilden on
the ground that Tilden, if elected, will
be uiidor the complete control of the
aouth. Replying to this man of straw
Mushy admit this, and say that a
be has bocotna a most loyal Vnion
man this is tho strong ground of bis
opposition to the Democratic candidate.
In breathing the air of, tbo White
House and communing with it occu
pant ho ha become too loyal to sup
port such "copperheads" and enemies
ot the country a Tildon and Hendricks.
During the war ono of tho fuvorito
dovices of Mosby wa to disguise him
self ond hi marauders In tho uniforms
which thoy had stripped from the
dead bodio of Union soldiers. In this
disguiso they were able to approach
commissary trains and shoot down the
tcamitors botoro their real character
was discovered. Mosby i bnt repeat
ing one of his old tricks when ho puts
on tho uniform and prenche patriot
ism in a suporatively high strain to
an imaginary comrade. It is amusing
to hear the old guerrilla rjnoto from
tho eloquont expostulation of Burko in
defense ol hi position. But the dis
guise I too thin. There ia no mistak
ing tho well known person of the bush
whackor in this federal uniform.
THE GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE.
A DoB-Moincs, (Iowa) correspond
ent ot the St. Louis, Globe in alluding
to the re-appcarance of the hopper
The plague of grasshopper i upon
Iowa again, and devastation is stalk
ing ovor tho northwestern part of tho
State. Clay, Osceola, O'Brien, and
Lyor. counties are being overrun by
them, and reports from tbero say thoy
stretch away to tho British possessions,
and extend ono thousand mile cst
and west. The ground is covored by
them. Ia twelve hour after thoy
roach a field of grain every vestige of
vegetation will be gone, and the earth
as karo as a stubble field. They con
fine their present ravages to grain;
but their eggs, which am being de
posited by the million, give promise
that tbo prairio grass will be devoured
next year. When il is considered that
340 of theso eggs have been found in
a square inch of soil, and 1,340 In a
space six inches square, the prospect is
rather discouraging In that soction for
farmers, many of whom are now rais
ing their first crop, and noeding every
possible resource to improve their new
farms and furnish food for thoir families.
The raid appears to ba more extensive
than a few years ago, when tho Slate,
to relieve the Baffurcrs, appropriated
1100,000. While in all other part ot
ibe State this year insect nearly de
destroyed tho wheat and barley, and
tbo corn was but an average, in theso
uorlhweetern oountio there was a
prospect of an unprooodented crop of
all cereals, and especially corn, but it
is dubious now, while that of the timo
to come, wbon tho eggs already de
posited shall booomo developed, is
That Infamous Oanta. Grant's re
cent military order is so shamefully
wickod and brar.cn in it design, that
tho most Ignorant can interpret its
moaning. II we say that it wa done
for the purpose carrying the election
in tho Southorn Stales instead of quiet-
ing and chastising tho murderous r.
dian bands in thoNorlkwosL the major
IheNortuwust, the major
portion of tbe Radical leaders will deny
the tact. However, tho very best way
to convince a fool, or to convict a rogue,
is to do it by hi own witnesses and
the members of hi family. Wo there
fore call to tbe witness stand tbe editor
of tho Washington Rejmbliean, Grant'
Cabinet organ. This is what ho say
about that infamous order:
SocroUry ComoroD'l letUr of (litraat oo to
Oner I Hhormoo, rrgsrdiig tho proteetlos ol tho
rifbto of ettltoai. it worth s bsodrod thooMsd
toU to tho Hopahlioo port,
That paragraph extracts all tbo milk
out of that political cocoa nut. If a
Democratic editor had interpreted that
order in this manner, It would have
boon pronounced a falsehood. But, as
this declaration comes from the inner
sanctuary, we aro bound to accept It
as the true Interpretation of the design
of Grant, Cameron, lluyes & Co., snd
instoad of passing a bill through Con
gress to raise 2,000 more troois to quell
tho Indians, they are to bo used to
carry election. How far I a revolu
tion offf Not far twelve month if
lh Radical programme I forejd
through. Then where will the bond
holder and twelve per center appear?
"If all Iho aonosi who Ion thti slooo os Wo
Hooter oroslo ll for Phllodolphio, omo.lblr
to sill os do. Wbllo'i lUf, roollr wnt ioto
ooii.o torrioo, too uonorol su sioro old! tboa
SBToaoor la loo StoU. Porhopo sou ol tboa
only "ploood" ooldlor I order to sol IrMtoorto-
Uoo to Iho olio std hook. Bot .hr won sol
SM poroooj shoots who wero saohM to poj thotr
hro sad rations from aotlro doty Ihooo whoooost
uiir woonb wosfoadi r
We olip th above from the Meuenger
ol laat wee-. : J be point Is well taken
and (ion. White I very censurable for
using lb transportation lurnnbed by
the States exclusively for tbe transpor
tation and carriage of troop to and
from their encampment, to carry hi
inena and luvontos wbo anr civilian.
Iho dodge ol getting an appointment
on the "staff" is exceedingly thin, and
most of Uie civilian! who were carried
tree to th encampment never bad the
remotest connection with the National
Guard. The whole thing wa a trans
parent fraud. Indiana democrat.
That look a good deal like another
IIAint fraud upon the State Treasury.
Well, Harry ha boon there before.
WnEELEa7-If William A. Wb'ccler
wants to reform the civil service and
I opposed to a oonlinuanos of the cor
rupt Grant regime why did he r.ot rise
in his place In Congress and say so T
He has been there for eight months,
and voted against svery reform that
7 introduced, Il th peopl want
jjomiDtal affairs they
bad betur votoiVioisibou,rr1forl
tri v. . ...
nc x rwstoent I ban WhasW m.
fsrd is very bad-Just Ilk Camar
on', with RelJtnap tandoncy.
"A FIN AX CI A I. COM PA NINOX."
Such is the caption l an article wo
find in lust week's Journal, Tho editor
in question, like his brethren, condenses
tbe truth roost awfully when bo dilutes
on public oxpentu. Like Iho rest of his
school, hu show tio progress) except in
ago and tho discount of the truth gen
erally on litis point. In In ''compar
ison," ho sets down thu expenses ot
our county for 18C9, as f :ij,(l!l7.0.1, and
for 1875, at 1107,078.53. In fuct, this
is tho boldest deception wo ever wit
nessed outside of tho columns of Rus
sell Errott's paper, tho Pittsburg Com
mercial. If tho editor -til' tho Journal
will just ruito the "gross expenditures"
for 18C8 about 110,000, wa will irive
bint some fact on the points ut issuo.
If tho figure "3" Instead of a "4" slip
ped into tho stick by accident, wo will
pass it as a joko, but if il got there by
design, il is a crime. Twenty two per
rent, discount on the truth is too much.
As falsehoods and strategy are the
muiu arguments employed by Radical
editor and .tlumpers thoso "inorul
idea" limes, wo must be careful, and
see that they start out right, knowing
full well that by false theories and tho
discount of stubborn lads they have
suit-coded in misleading men who de
spise fraud ttnd deception in every
lorm. Now, if he will apologise for
his blunder we will furnish him with a
trao statement of tho expenses of the
county, although we are just now look
ing after larger game. We aro alter
tho fellows in tho Stato and tho
Nation who got off with their hundreds
of thousands, and millions of dollars,
and after we have succeeded in driving
tho buxxards out of our State and Na
tional Treasuries, wo will half Iho edi
tor in question to bag tbe torn-tils, il
be can point out tho fact that anything
of the kind has been jurying upon our
county Treasury. AVe ndmiro the en
torpriso of tho oditov of tho Journal in
culling tbo attention of bis renders Ut
home affairs where, it lew dollars may
have been misspent, while his conled
ornte at Washington anil llarrisburg
are cribbing their millions.
Tin Seven Million Settled. Tho
celebrated national swindlers, Jny Cook
& Co., haro just emerged from tho
Court of Bankruptcy, and are again
ready for another job. The sevom
million of dollars out of which thoy
bavo defrauded their customers, and
havo settled in a legal way, just cost
tho swindlers Jicc cintt on tho dollar.
In two day after tho firm emerged
from tho court, Jay commenced re
painting and fixing up his two million
dollar houso' In West Philadelphia
u'1,c,f, 1,8 " "1,ow ofC
grandly as ho did before tbo smash-up.
Jcs, he is a "Christum Banker."
Read I Rk.aiII Let everybody who
desire to learn tho true issues involv
ed in this campaign, read tho speeches
of ex-Governor Bigler and Senator
Wallace, found on our first anil fourth
pagoM. Their argument are conclu
sive proofs of the total nnfltness of our
rulers to govern a freo State, nnd point
out the necessity for a change in rulers
and in tbo policy of the Government,
and only through the ogency ol Gov
ernor Tildon and Hendricks, can tko
existing moral, social and political evils
bo cured, and we a a nation placed on
the highway of unbounded prosperity.
On His Leo. That celebrated na
tional invalid, James (i. Blaine, of
Maine, who went to bed after the Cin
cinnati Convention, to avoid Proctor
Knott' Committee, has regained his
feet since Congress has adjourned, and
Knott and tho rest of his committee
bavo returned to their homes. It was
it pretty good dodgo lor Blaine to re
main In bed while Congress wa in ses
sion, so as to slavo off an investigation
of his crooked way until alter the
election. His sudden recovery i wholly
duo to tho fuel that Congress bos ad
The Difference. On the 3d of
March, 1875, a Radical Congress pass-
" an exlra revenue bill, imposing ory
r"""I,moro on lnc Pcorlc De"
causo of tho robberies perpetrated on
the Ticusury by their friend. A Dem
ocratic Congress ha rcvci'scd the ma
chino, and instead of imx)siug more
taxes, they havo reduced them thirty
millions ! The Radicals 1 M POSED for
ty miltiont, and the Democrat TAKE
OFF fni'rfy million. Tax payer, which
plan do you like tho best. Put your
answer in the ballot box next Novem
An lloNtsr Admission. Tho editor
of the Washington Republican, (trant's
Kitchen Cabinet organ, admits that it
was issued for th purpose of adding
me hundred thousand votee to thoir par
ty by a vigorona application of tho
bayonet Talk about despotism and
political crimo in Austria and Spain I
Why, the Greeks are at our own door.
Tbe crime for issuing that order is forty
million times greater than for a high
wayman lo thrust a dagger through
the heart of his fellow for the purwse
of securing the contents of his purse.
Borne of the Kadiesl papers cbticklo
ovor Gen. Banks, because ho announces
himself in favor of Hayes, Wheeler and
Grantism. Hank ha alway been a
Republican ; but in 1872 he supported
Greeley and was elected lo Congress
by Liberal Republicans and Democrats'
for an election to Congress, Ben
Butler would have done as much.
Banks wanted to bo mado Speaker, at
the opening of tho Hession, but the
Democrats refused, and Bank got
mad, and since ha acted and voted
Blair's Proi-bect. Frank Blair
mado the declaration in 1H0S, that if!
tho American peoplo elected Grant to
tho Presidency, thoy won Id never got
rid of him except through a revolu
tion, or words to that effect. Whether
be moant a revolution at the ballot
box or by bayonots wo know not; but
this fact w do know: II the lormer
does not sot in noxt November, the
olber must follow for the purpose of
preserving our liberties.
Folmt. The Now York 7Vionn still
insist that Hayes must repudiate (J rant
Ho will no mors do that, thon ha will
hang himself. Grant and Camoron
nominated Hsyes, and he ia just a
likely to murder his God father a to
turn on those wbo nominated bim.
Hayea is the mere tool 0f those who
have plundered and robbed us for eight
Mat anil r oolll .a - . .
JMrm uvcjiv a
too for bread, tZ" b kD0W,
wartly which side I. hnttered.
' DKMOCRA TIC CI. M M EKTISG.
In accordance with the adjournment,
the Deniocrula of till borough and
Lawrence township convened in the
Court room, on Friday evening, Aug.
lXth, for thu parpnso tr organixiiig a
Central Tilden and Hendricks Club.
The mooting wus called to order by
Iho President, Mr. John F. Weaver,
who staled ihul llio first business bo-
fore tbo meeting wus to hear from the
Cominitleo, appointed at tho former
mooting, to select permanent officers of!
the Club I
, ' ,, , ,, , , J
Dr. J. P. BurcbfUld, l.liuii maii of
tho Commitlev on permanent nlllcer,
thou reported thu names of tho follow-'
ing gentlemen as ollleors :
PresilentG. 1, Reed.
... . . , , .,
ice Prosideiils-II. W. Purk, (.eo.
II. Hall, C. Howe, M. V. Wallace,
Secretaries S. F. M"Keiirick,('has.
Cor. Secretary Win. M. Shaw.
Treasurer James L. Loavy.
Ex. Committee 1.. J. Morgan, J. L,
Mul'horsou, Jo.iiuli It- Rend, John A.
MeHrido, H. I. Snyder, A. Humphrey,
George W. Snyder, ("apt. M. Ogdcn,
Thnuiu Iteilly, A. tl. Kramer. '
Israel Test, Ki., moved that the re
port of thoCnminiilco be adopted, see.
onded by Mr. Bloom.
Dr. Burchfield staled that the Com
mittee bad di-unled nil "rings" mid
"clique" in selecting tho olllccrsof Iho
Club, and thcivfnro presented the
names of golltlvUloa utiPxcrlHiunaMu to
all fair-minded men.
The motion of Mr. Test wus unani
Mr. Tost then reported the following
Constitution and By-Laws for tho gov
ernment of the Club, which wus unan
imously adopted :
Regular meetings of tho Club shall
be held on of each week, nt
such hour as m:iy bo named by the
rivsKicnt or Kxet-nttvo Committee.
Tho President shall nrosido nt lis
meetings. In his absence one of the 011 Ibe tlth of July in reply to hi con
Vice Presidents shall preside. Igratulutions. It wa signed by Alfred
Tho Secretaries shall keep a record ' B. Lee. Private Secretary. The affair
of the proceedings of tbo Club, and a created disgust and chagrin among
Roll, alpbal-etically arranged, in which 1 Republicans in Montgomery county,
shull bo tecoi-dcd tho name ot all the The remarks of General Brown were
members, with post-office addross, anil mndo in the presence of about thirty
shall communicatee the State Central 'persons. He bad, however, told the
Committeo at llarrisburg, or to tho incident to prominent citizen several
Stnto Control Tilden Reform Club,
when organised ; and to tho National
Committee, Box 3037, Now York City,
tho name and pint-office address of the
President and officers of tho Club, and
irom time to time tho number of mem
bers enrolled, and report of tho con
dition of, and the work boingdono by,
Tho Treasurer shall receive, supply
and disburse, on the order of tho Ex
ecutive Cnmmittoo such moneys as
shall bo contributed to pay the ex
penses of the Club.
The Executive Committee, which
shall consist of the Presidont and ten
members, shall provido a room for the
meetings of tho Club, nnd procure suit
able sneakern In address its miuilimro-
procure and direct tho distribution of !
reading matter and documents among
its mombors and voters ol the District
who may bo favorably influenced there
by ami pciionn such duties in con
nection with the objects and purposes
ot I lie ( luo as siiall appear proper an I
necessary to prnaiote its usefulness.
A Committee ol one or more in each
School or Sub-District, to lie known as
the Canvassing Committee, may be
appointed by tho KxocutivoCommitU'o,
who shall procood at once
1st To obtain the signatures to tho
Articles ol Membership of tho Club ot
nil Voters who approve of the same.
2d. To mnko a thorough canvass of
tho Voters in the School or Sub-District,
classifying thorn as Democrats,
Liberal and Reform Republicans, Re
publican and Doubtful, reporting tho
same to the Executive Committeo.
3d. They shall, weekly, revise such
list and report any changes to tho Can
4th. Thoy shall report tho names
and post-ofllco address of other in
their district to whom documents may
be advantageously mailed.
JMOTE. A Sub-Jnstrict should con-
tain about til IV Voters of all parlies. In I
.11 .k...- a l.. iM..k 1 : i,'
... . .n " "' m i-iuu wmiirinus gin
one Polling District, tho Executive I
!'... I, ..... ... :i .:i.i. i . .i '
vuiuihuiw, iiini, ii iiiiietieuuie, lie tile I
............s .v. v- ,..""
The object of this Club is to nromoto
mo success oi lteiorm in the f ederal ;
and Bute Governuieuts, and, by sound
outiesmonsnip, rjcwty and Kconomy, '
rvuiico me xuxos anu ugnton the bur
, i. ..... ni .kA i.. i P. .i
mount and practical issuo we cordially
invito tho co-oporatlon of overy Demo
crat, Itaform Republican, and all of our
follow citixon of whatovor party or
ganixalion, who aro earnest and will
ing, in this crisis of our country' af
fairs, to join with us in the work of
Regeneration and Uofonn.
To promoto thoso objects, provision
shall be mado by this Club lbr the dis
semination ot information and docu
ments among its members and among
citixons, touching the great questions
at issue, in which all are alike interest
ed. Tho officers of this Club shall con
iviid v. auv rviiiiu. L'liiiu inia Iiani-
sist oi a f resident, live Vice Prosidcnt.
two Secretaries, a Corresponding 8oo-
mtlirt- O Tl,nan... to n.t h L
rotary, a Treasurer and an Kxecutivo.
Committee, to be composed of the i
President and ten members. I
Tbo untlorsiVnod,' believinir in the
nocossity of a clianiro in the Adminis
tration of tbe Federal Government,
and of tbo Reform to which the Dem
ocratic party is pledged by iU platform,
adopted at St. lioui on- the 2rtth of
June, 18ili, and that tbe welfare of the
country and people would be advanced
by tbe election of Tilden and Hen
dricks, hereby onroll ourselves ss
members of the Tildon Reform Club of
llio Uuarhcld borough snd Lawrence
township Flection Districts, at Clear
Held, county of Clearfield, State of
After the Club wa fully organised,
Clmirmsn Tost wa called out, and in
hi usual weighty manner proceeded
lo addross tho Club. During his re
mark he hurlod numerous red bot shot
I into the enemys camp, plainly indi
cating that they all took effect. At
Iho conclusion of his speech, an oppor
tunity was given lo all to come lor-
ward nnd sign tho Constitution, and up
in i iiosnny noon over ono hundred
namos hare boon enrolled.
President Grant should vindicate
Orth by Bonding him back to Austria.
It is to sad that ho should have irlvon
up hi bird in the hand for two in the
bush, and hnye boon scratched to death
by tbe thorn. The loss ol abou t $20,
000 a year those timo is no joke, and
then bo compelled to livo in an Indiana
swamp instead of Vienna.
Wo furnished tho atone palace dathcr
with over a column ol editorial this
week. Thi was fortunate lor bim, a
no correspondent wore on band. Let
theoorrespondenls and ooodlandrr ton.
and there will be nothing in the fiitwi.
alwava loan- il.n u .11..
WhB wi" PW '"totba
TttW f '.'.'"
H7tr ,I,V ARMY CHAPLAIN
KNOWS A IIOUT HAYES.
The Topcku, Knusns, correspondent
of tbe New York JleraU, of the lUth,
relules tbe following, uud if only halt
true, should settle tho case of General
Hayes with tho soldier element. Tbo
correspondent doe not merely give
bis dixit, but ho gives the numus
of gentlemen of us high repute as tho
would be President. Read what ho
"At the organisation ol a Tildon and
Hendricks club at I ndopondonco, In
this State, on last Saturday, General
y. R. Hrown, who was Colonel of tho
Thirteenth Wost Virginia volunteers
during tho war, was culled on to state
wbut ho know of the facts rotated by
11,0 ,uv' ,W'ff: P0' in, ?, ont.
tor, in which bo charged Ituneral It.
lUytm H,im,.iriUng 1400 which
bclongoU to u soldier' mother, (ten.
! 'I"'"',' ;""boroU)d the statement of,
I I In jiliiililntit fllliV Itllll smut lilt U'liai ,
the ohupleiii fully, uud suid he was
present when tho chaplain wus culled
to muster and to tho soldier before tho
execution: wa Hour by when tho un
fiii'tumttu man gave bis effect to the
chaplain; wu present when llio ser
geant of General Hayes ordered the
chaplain to report to him witlt tho
effects of thu soldier, uud stutoil that
on thu l iianluin's return ho suid Gen
lluyes claimed the 1400 belonged to
the govui iiiiiuiit and should bo usod to
secure another soldier, and look the
money titmi him. General Brown
stiitcj that tho Major, Albert Mc.
Cumuii, of Poineroy, Ohio, was also
Ininillur witu lueluc.tit.suiu tliochiiDliun
wits indignant at General Hayes, be
can he be thought ho hud no right to
demand ol loin llio money, us t he sol
dier hail requested it to be returned to
I uls milliter il slio ooulil be found, and
says ho Ibmk that General Hayes
mudu u luisUiku in luking tho money,
us thu Government hud no right to it;
but thinks hu will bo able to givo an
account of it; docs not believe that
General lluyes would appropriate it
to his own use.
General Brown is a man of eminent
responsibility In hi community ,nnd his
statements aro credited by every ono.
To show the big estimate in which he
is held by Hayes himself it need only
bo stated he received u letter from bun
weeks ago before it publication in
iNroniuTioN Wantld. If it is
penitentiary vffenso for un agent to
rob bis employer of five dollura worth
of merchandise, what should be tho
penalty imposed on thu man, or agent
who design to rob forty millions of pea.
pie of their inalienable riyhts, life, liberty
and Iho pursuit of happiness? Wa
imagine we bear every man who is
not a rogue, say, "Hang them like
Tho Now York Sun say : Republi
can newspaper may assail tho Demo
cratic lln so as much as they choose,
but Ihry cannot get over the fact that,
though oposol at every step by the
Republicans, nnd hindered by tho ex
travagant Republican Senate, thoy
havo yet saved about thirty million
in tho appropriations. This is some
thing on which they can proudly go
before tho country,
How Glaring. It is a visions to
day as tho sun ut meridian, that il tho
voter of this country cast a majority
of their ballots lor Hayes, Cameron &
Co., that tho saino cadet-sellers, post-
traders, crooked whisky dealers, In
dian warriors and revenue robbers, will
be retained in power and allowed to
defraud both tho Treasury and the
The editor of the Huntingdon Jour
mil ha been assigned a "position" by
the Altoona Radical It say that iu
Radical brother of Huntingdon ia
tiimnle on the nnalnrinr nt thai Ttnniih.
iti. i i- I o . i . .
Tho Radicul Senalonal contost ovor
hi mu iiiniaiiu-rfeiiurvuii uistneiia lovo-
ly, and tbo gooso still hangs higher.
The two IVictors still keen on diss-
EtVIVI.Ml BITTISHESS THE DESPERATE
RESORT Of IlESI'taATE PEOPLE,
rroa tko Now York Harold, Iod.
The order from Hocrotary Cameron
to General Shorman, which we also
print, shows that the administration
has a very definite use to muka ol these
troops all the timo, and we at onco see
why Crook and Terry have been delib
erately lelt without adequnte support.
It is expected that the five regiments
will carry four of the Southorn Slates
by whipping the negroes into line wbo
nave vituer uwomo listless in pontics
or wandered off to tho Democracy, and
by terrifying tbe "fiendish" whito-linors
into sntijoction. By keepniff the out-
rage mill slowly grinding, and sending
Jiilwin. nC na .... I .... I. I U .1 .1.1.1
platoons of cavalry I
U is evidently hoed
lerncsa which has bi
iiuiiur unu lllliuur,
I to rovive the bit-
een rapidly dlsap.
poaring between tho races in most
parts of tho South. Wo wish to see
all citixons protected In their right,
hut this turning of tbo army ot tho
l;nited States into bands of drummers
lor the negro voto Is pushing partisan
ship so far that it would bo grotesque
if it wore not infamous. This i doubt
less the work lo which Gen. Sherman
referred whon ho said- the "highest
anthority"mnst answer why the troops
could not bo spared to fight the Sioux.
Tho desperation of a move whicb dares
to saddle the country with the expenso
ui rtm Bimiioni wniie Keeping nearly
lourinoiisanii idle lor political purpose
I apparent, and adds another aligma
to the rule of tho party in whose name
ami lor whoso name and for whose aid
it is nnbltisbingly done.
Fwa I ha Naw York Trlosao, Hop.
Secretary Cameron's letter to Gen.
Sherman la undeniably smart, and tho
country will chuckle ovor the neat way
In which the resolutions of the Demo
crats House about tho right of free
suffrage at the South aro turned Into a
boomeranff. And vot Mr. HerroLnrv
tho judicious will grievol The effect of
mo icucr win oo lo revive at tho South
tho dread of Federal lutortoronco with
their olections, to encourage among the
nogroc the bope of having the. troops
officiously on their slds, and, In gen
eral, to fomont mischief rather than to
avert it It is a clever piece of work
too clever by half.
roa lb Roe York Pool, Rap.
The Indecency of the President of
in umiea otato using bis omos and
bi authority for the promotion of
purely partisan ends Is loo manifest to
need pointing out, and whether or not
th President ban willinvlw
hs Is worthy of blara Tor aeamiog to
doit. UiiorrUr Is unwise
Irom th point of view of either ptr(.
otism or statesmanship, and thers
should bs no other point of view poai
kl to a President of the United 8tato
THE CLOSE OF THE SESSION.
Such is the caption of an article we
find in the New York Heraltl, the lead -
ing and must sipu!ar independent
lourn.l In thi tounlrv. Tho editor.
heretofore, seldom gave the Dcmoc-rut
orodit for doing anything good ; bul
In his Issue of tho 10tk , in reviewing
tho proceedings of Cungress'he partly
atone for the repeated sssuults ho has
made on our parly friends in tbe fol
lowing editorial of that date.
Italic are ours of course.
"Cunirrens adjourned yesterday after
one of the longest session in the his
tory of the government.
"Tho legislative restills of this lung
session uru not sHieially brilliant ; but
tbo same thing may ba said with truth
of ovory session of Congress within the
lost forty year which Immediately
preceded a Presidential election. It
K ,(,h OW)ion '(,,, , mn ew,.
tioneerinir canvas. It has happened
in thi session that one of the great
rivul parties ba controlled the Senato
and the other party the Houso, and
Just constrains us to say that tho Dem
ocratic House, in spile of it shortcom
ings, ha made a hotter record than
tbo Republican Senato.
"The Democratic party bo labored
under a disadvantage not shared by Its
opponents, in consequence of its long
exclusion from power. For the last
sixteen years the Democrat have been
deprived ot opportunities to bring for
ward their budding or rising state
nien and give thorn the training and
experience indispensable for conspicu
ous usefulness in public life. Tbo large
Deaioc-ratiu majority in the present
Hon o consisted, in th main, ot raw
members, to whom Congress wa a
new theatre of action.- In tbo compo
sition of tbe committee most of tbo
member had to be assigned In nnse
customed duties an element of weak
ness for which due allowance has not
been made. And yet, in summing up
the work of the session, this raw House
of legislative neophyte appear to ad
vantage in comparison with the Senate,
whore tbe Republicans have not only
had a majority, but a maturity of
trained members. Tho work ol tho
raw and inexperienced Democratic ma
jority in the House may safely chal-1
longe comparison with that ol tno lie-1
nub icon msioritv in the Senate, con-1
statins- of old staircr who have had
overy opportunity to acquire logisla -
ttvo skill and are precluded irom plead
ing tbe baby act in extenuation of their
shortcomings. Tbe Republican ma
jority in the Senate hat done nothing to
establish a claim to publio confidence,
wnerea tbe raw and untrained uemo-1
cratio majority of the House, in spite
of the blander of inexporienco, hat
done much wbicb a sound publio senti
ment will approve.
"Tbo House hat reduced the nublio
expenses thirty millions below the ex
penses of last year, and would have
made much larger reductions if it bad
not been thwarted by tbe Senate.
Even if some of tho proposed curtail
ments for the relief of the taxpayers
wore crude and inconsiderate these
errors of inexporienoe do not csncel
tbe merit ot steady and persistent
efforts in behalf of economy. Tbe
Government ba grown into habits of
extravaganco, ana publio sentiment
will indorse tbe strenuous attempt of
the House to re-establish simplicity
and economy. We do not believe that
any publio Interest will suffer by tbe
measure of retrenchment which bsve
been carried through Congress by the
unyiolding attitude ot the llou so.
uj unaii wikh mo auiiwriiy uaa uwu ouioa Saturday, HafileMlior IS, IS7S, at II oYlark
apparent to reduce tbe expenso ol tbe
Government and alleviato tbe burden
of tho taxpayer. That any publio in
terest will suffer by these strides toward
economy wo do not believe.
"Wbon wa turn from the House to
tbe Senate we seek in vain lor any
measure which deserves strong ap
proval. What has the Sonalo done or
proposed during this long session which
j- ,. , ;. - i.ir 1.. , , ,
reflects credit on itself or its pol Heal
party r it ia iui to mars: tuo snorv . to oir ooosraos oaioaa oioaptod to oa r bo
coming of the House, whose majority I " M of Sraioabor tora. tsr.
bas consistodof nowand inexperienced A , ,, lt SIiur,.
members, when a Senato of trained; -
mon has done as ftfWe. We are not in-1
sonaiblo to the blunder of the House,
but wbon we compare its action with
that of the Senate w ar unable to
point to any measure ot the latter
which presents a favorablo contrast
The Senate has resisted tbe attempt of
tno House to curtail tbe publio expen
diture. The. Senate acquitted Belknap,
whom the House impeached on con
clusive evidonco of his guilt The Sen
ate attempted to revive the franking -privilege,
and failed by the non-concurrence
of tba House. The Senate defeated the
Houte bill far transferring Indian affaire
to tho War Department a wis snd
wholesome measure which the enliglit
oned publio sentiment ol the country
stronif ly indorsed. The Senate hat eon-
firmed Clapp at public printer, In spit of
ouaemonsirateaunniness. I lu senate
hss passed no bill for giving effect to
tho law requiring specie payments in
1879, although iu msioritv profess to
land by that act, and although every-
oooy acknowledges that new legisla
tion i necessary for trlvinz it effect.
Nobody can lay hi finger on any act
of the present Senate which baa any
tendency to alleviate publio burden
or to introduce a hotter system in the
Administration of tho Government It
would be a violation of fairness to judge
the House by a rulo which cannot be
applied to the Senate. These two
branoho of Con ureas aro co-ordinato.
and it would be atwurod to hold ouo lo
a res-poaibility which does not belong
loinooinor. tuo inexperioifed House,
in spit of its blunder and shortcom-
ines, ba done something to nut public
anaira on a Dcttor looliug ; th expert-
eneed Senato bas done nothii
"W do not icnoro the .mistakes of
ineuonse. it acted unwisely in fur
nishing Mr. Blaine tbe opportunity
which ne wits so prompt to seise to ar
raign tho Democratic party a tbe
champion of Jefferson Davis. It made
a signal oxhibition of Imbecility in iu
attempt in ueol with tbe currency
quostion. It has expended effort in
nver.uKatiuiia wnore me game was not
worth tbo powder. It made an abor
tivo and useless attempt to reform the
tariff. But in spite of these failure it
t impossible to withhold from il the
credit of persistent and successful effort
to reduce extravagant expenditure
and lighten the burden of Federal tax
ation. The Senate has established no
such claim to publio recognition and
gratitude. We must judge tbe two
ousos by their achievements, and il
is too evident that the State has nnth-
nif to rain bv a eomnariann avilh fit
legislation of tho Houso. 1 1 ml )
House been as experienced in nnhlie
affairs as the Senate il record durinir
aim nrnaiun nogui nave neon better,
but it ha no reason to shrink from a
It is easy to say thai the Dmo
cratio majority in the House baa been
mpeusd by mere party moiivaa in its
sucoesslul efforts to redue public ex
pense. But party seal alway deaerras
applause tcAea it takes n Kite a dirertieii.
It ia the proper boeiness of political
parties to aaoertain th nublio will and
conform to it, and the Democratic ma-
uniy tno House baa hit tba true
ton of nublio feelina- In
battle for economy. It may have
erred in minor dotail. bat lu main
PP0i'W right, and publio aenti
mentwiUlDdorasit A taHna thirty
mumms in ui pubUO UpebM of the
year against tba oppositiea of th Sen
Wlae th. Hon to publio grati-
v.. n a uauian usny uat UM aoono
mv baa nrooaadad Arm aw onnti..
k Prtjr action at always wkoleaom
rruwu l WWOlTBi W Ut Pvfwiftr Will."
Pensk.ninii the Old Troon. And
now I he rumor como that the friends
, pijont unt are advocating the
. bestowing of a pension of ton thousand
dedlur per annum on him for tbo bal-
nce ol put natural me. inoy.iaie
I ho has lost all bis wealth by sjwcula-
tuma. lr Hit I true lie is in no worse
situstion than ten of thousands ol in
dividuals in this country who have lost
their all by reason ot the depression in
business. Moreover Grant is wholly
answerable for hi own losses and
r .- ' i.
unco in tbo past on bis course anil that
miiaiii' mr iniMU, wnn novo niuiruii run.
oi ims party, wno pniiiiisvu wnmiiuni s-- -- -v - sir
prosjJty ind brought instead rviJZ,, ,,nMhAHT"lL
anu uifliroa to me country and mi an
classes of its citizens by his insane
policy of government. It Grant is to
be pensioned who was made Lieut.
General fur life with its immenso pay
and perquisites, and subsequently Presi
dent lor two tonus with a salary
twice as large as that paid hi prede
cessors, if such a siKinillbrilt is to be
t .i -n ... l. - i.. fr....i
IUIIIIIUI, Oil IIU .""""I
KKiiniurily lor tho past two year
should be pensionod also, as they are
as much, nay more entitled to public
consideration because thoy are tho vic
tims of Grant, who instead of leading
them, a promised, to the havon of
prosperity ha by his policy wrecked
them irretrievably on a bleak and
burivn shore. Danrille lntelliyenctr.
Tlia Vmmwrttt hoa doralopad powarfat liar
ot Kaal Uradr, who fiirolaboa two oulooiBf of
oaoiooigs lloa oliool Tihtoo (roa tool plooo. OOB.
atrooto.1 wilbnul s grata of Iraib oroa aloa of
pro-it .ir a aioglo oorroboraliog olroow.taaoo. Aa
a wrltor of aolmo.l ttetioa tbo Eaat Ura.tr aoa to
N pruSi-ioBt that ho oogbl lo ho broogbl la tho
bouia wgtco at ooto. f ,'latoiy 'ar.
No citizen of thi county ran be
found wbo is willing to bear the odium
of writing such a tissue of lies as that
letter contained. If that correspondent
bos not been schooled in tho Commercial
olHco, he must be a graduate of the
Devil' own kitchen. Tho political
editor of the Commercial and that cor
respondent are encroaching on each
other's territory. Let ono bo sent
south to manufacture bloody outrages
for tbe campaign. If both remain in
Pennsylvania thoy will "bust up" tbe
Hayes grocery , sure. (Marion Demo
crat. Ufw 5UwtiSfmrnts.
1 1J0T,C or "corporation
Kotlo) fj hereby frim .hat upltMtlna will
lb load-, o WrtMijr. feptoabtw tlik. M7C,
t. th furt or CotMoft Plow mt Clamrtsltl Co.,
for s. barter of lnoorortlia fur Betbaii tri-
bj ttr.au Churns, ft DaBi, CImH.M no-.tjr. Pa.
A iff. I ft, 7 tl It BL1 HLUUJt, Vrtj.
All peranBl atra hajnbjr eaatiaattl miaM
parawaiaf ut m aojr wtf nrddliay; will tb lat
in. na; firwpwrtr auw la iba- puiMtaioaof lit a 17
C. Bailtf, of Kaut lwnblp, tit : Oaa Mitral
art aad eolt, anal I ttigb, aa taltl f.rfart- ba
tonfff to ait, aaJ aot mj aoa, ha toMiag taaa.
tabjaat ta mj trdtr at any lima.
t?A K All JACK SOS.
Aniourlllc, Aag. M, IS-7a Xt
J Hotie ia htreby giraa that Itttar tcaU
tuaratary bar teg bate irmnlad ta tbt ahtribr aa
tba a-Utt of rKAMJIM HHOKT, 4 4,
lata of Claarftil4. Cltarfltltl eoaaty, Paaa'a-,
all aroai ladtoattj o aaid tatata ara raajaottai
ta taal a InniMttatt payaaent. mnA tboaa baring
4 m ia agaJDff taa ajua wtit prtatat taaw. daly
atbtatlcatatl for atttlameet.
P. A. IUUUN,
CltarRaM, Aag. I. '7$ t. Ksawaton.
J .'So D
1 It thi Cart f Oonm-w
aw PU-tti uf VArtmi,l C.i ..
Tea. 11. Ztiglar. ) at-!. ax. No. JIT JaaaT76
Tba anilaraicaaaj Anditor, atolatt-l b tbt
Coan toa'ulrfbata thifoa4taritto fr.iTi rliitrif t
a. a ot ki. offloa lo OUorSald, wkwa ou4 wharo
parvia. latoronrd aaratirol If to.-? aoa SL
WM. M. Hrt.'1'I.LOI UH.
CkarS.IJ, Aof. 1.1, l.7-ll. Aodllor.
at J No.
Ooaaoa Ploaa of Clcar-
Joa. Wilaoa ot ot J No. 47S, Uorok Tora, H;.
Noftco If karati flroa Ikat tko Soot n-DOrt of
looaoa 11. orror, llonrr ewaa ood u.uilal w.
MaioraT, irwaiopa io ibo oooro oaiiliod ooao, Boa
k ,w ,. mJ .Boi 4 ,k ,.. '.,
Mecordy, Traalaoa lo tbo oooro oatillod aoao, koa
A I'M i MS l It A roil S MJTICK.
Holloa U koroba flroa thai Lallan of Ad-
alBlatraltoi oa tko oatoto of ROBKRT rROTr,
lata of Uailoa lowaaalo. Cloarsold oooolo.
Pa, doooaiod, koria kooa doly (raalod lo loo
aodoratirood, all porooaa UHabtod to aaid oatato
will alooao aoko iaaodiato aoyawat, aad tkoao
koriof ololou or doaoada Ofaiaat tbo aoao atll
prooaol Ibaa proaorl aalboolloalod lor ootlla
aoat wllboat doloy.
Artooau obb bo lofl wllb Aloioador Pn4t, at
tko Saaait TobboI (flobolo P. 0.), Claorlald
aoasty, Po.or witk W. D.J. MARL1N, Ada'r,
ol IS, IITI tl Brookriln, K.
QAUTION.T" V" "
Alt poroont Sro boroby oawttoaod aroioll
purabootog or ia aay bumbo? aoddliaf wllb Ibo
hllowlor proporty, Bow la tbo soaaooaloa of Praok
Oroott, of Blooa two., oil t I gray bvraa S kor
Bao. I boy koroo aad a areata, aot liakl karaoa. 4
iotoroot la ooia ia karo, i tauroil ia ao dooia of
whool, 14 taa. of kay, Bora or loaa, 3 oowa, 1
kasiy. S lo oloda, ood ekoiaa. t two-korao waa-
oai, 4 aoraa baokwbool, aoro or Ioh, t loloraot
lo a Bona or oora ia xrnaad, aim or Mas. N a.
R. lloa, I rlad Kooa, I plow, I roaata Bill.
I troia oradlo. 1 iotoroot ta Ibroobiaa aoobito.
aa aoid prooorty waa parobaaod by aa at Sbortf'a
oio, oa too ma day or Aagat, IS,, ood koo boo
loft witk kia aa loaa only, aoojoet to oar ordar
atooynao. stubha, 1UL.X9 a BEKO,
Cloartold, A of. IS, 1174 It.
By rlrtoa of a ardor of tba Orpkaas' Coart af
Ctoorlold eoaolr. tbo aadorala-aod will ao al
poaiio MM, aa ibo proa laa, oa
Batarday, Baat. td, tmUt
al I a'oloak . a., Ibo hllowlas dooaribod raal
aatalo, MlaoU ia Boll lawaabla. CloorSold ao..i.
ro-, oi, laau oorwB lora ooa wood load, aao ailo
iroa laoaooaaobaaaa rtror, aoar Cboal Poaloloo,
im. wo oaioio oi .loaapa uoruaoa, doo a. aoBod
od by tbo Joko aod Jaaoa Thoaao iraol, aad ky
aaaa ol . l. Kood, Hoaor Molt, aad laada of
tso oatato af doka Patokia, aad ky laaia Utoly
owood by Kliaba Mott, ooouloiag IM aoraa aad
allowaaoa, aora ar woo, bolog a part af traal No.
tilt, aad worroatod I tba aoao of N Malta A
Oriatk. Aboalallty aoroior tbo load tooloorod
sad aador a goad atou of caltiratioa, wllb a g.md
orobard, a Irano boaao, fraao bora, aad otbar
laproroiaoata tbarooa. Tba aaiaproood part
boa a largo oaoatny of piao, koanok aad ataor
tiahor growiBg tkorooa.
Tko proporiy b adroatagaoaalo rllaolo I, aad
I o doatroelo BOighborkood.
aad Ibo baloaoo lo two oqoal aaaaal payaoau
wilb iauroat, lo ba aooatod By boad aad aongog.
as too proalaoa. U. L. atoKBa,
Ckaot, Aug. IS, Iirs-H Traaaoa.
PEWIIQ MtCRIMU tOU BALI Bt
MILE! n. D Elsies,
(iMldosat I Wart Ctoartoat.
All klBdj of lEWINrt MACHINES CL1ANBD
Alaa. daalao la all kloda af Lalu U..L'..
NaodHM, Oil, Raora, Took -a orb an. Out ara.
OLD MACniKia r eRAtlftaba la pari
lyaaaat for Mow Mooklaoo.
WlllooUatlbaraBdoaMaf ponoao Mrlag a
1 akawt CbarwaM. ir aaatblaa to baa u-. L.
jaalraa. If par.oat.By taloraad. ar bkroagk laa
raataXMa by loMor ar portal sard, Oaala awl
by aall it orod la lag by loltor, b. Mra
ood glroooaoaf ktaoaloa. Coal Boot aooaoraaay
sU ardori by aait. MILS . Mill.
Sill otrilisg t LousaM o4to i Mi. Wo.)
loft ol ColtMMB'o oioro, is Wosl Cloorittld, till .
loom swor. or44 4 rotomoS l Dm lBM
PKICK SKVEN t'EXTII PKK FOUND Ossll'
WCI ol. uko ttuul Is potHIMI. iai tori t
rod. II S. ( ko.-H
Loorosoo towsohip, Aug. t, Uril..1to
Cwo tmptMlug os tprouiiMj U rwta
to towuah'p, ooesl tot Uttor port of J!r
F" ' ' -'"""" i
i qo.in-J u eosu loro.ra, proro pnp,t, ,,
isgrlwd sialoo. 1o oooor ta m.
Is tho Owort .if foan,,
Floor if OloariaM c
Klljafc Coogoowar J No. Jooa Tom, :;
As iIIm foawoDa is Ihia oaat boring boeo ra.
tarowl, Oohmdoot ait fossd. Nutloo ia harrbr
gtrra to Uolawdool ti oppaor ot tbo Bait
(tort of t'woiwoB Plaoo, to ho haM a taa
4th Moo (tor ol Koptaaoor, ond ahowosoao, If aor
ho boa, why tbo liootloot abuoid oirt ba Jlrorood
W. H. M-rHKKIO.X,
Aag. t. ISIS St o.f
Alt ptraaa asT atraby autlma 1 ai tlnat unr.
ttbalug uf ia aajr way ataMttlii; wrk th 1 1 , um.
leg rwparrty aw la ibt aaaatafa of ilttargn w
Luitai, sf tluahsM. lajwaalii, vtn Ua Wstajua, 1
titttitwr l-li, t korait, I ftt'im ' btwa'
jttrt, J bog. I grata traUl, I a,twiag aoyibti
S fdihaa, I ealttvatar, I pl"W, apra la an I abaita
whaal, rym, oat, oora. ha, aal baakwUra', e
barat. I bait, 14 abair. I anuk H i. a, I .arlir
tUtwtf, I labia, I aloih, I t4. and I barrow, Bf
aiJ rut?rty Wloaga la a, a 4 ia Un oiiti a.-,
Lailrr laaa only, fiihjoet l any r lr i auv
tltut. WM. tJUVHAM.
ClaariaU. Aag. I, 1I7
All pcraeaa ara ktra.y fiatitistaj agataat
aambaaiag or la aay w.v mi I ling with tbt
fulluwlag prtipariy n la tW mmivm of A . I.
HoMaa.wi Hloaaa larwaablp, tti 1 Oaa f!..w,
tltifb, I eM two anrsawagwa, I gray bortw. t.
bot at I tot tlnahto b ara taa, bH ot Mat laia'ttr,
Tauaiag aaill, I aatttag awi, I tH ia Mi nai
but, 1 griaal oat, I taaa of bay, rnara mt taaa, (
laur-ii ia 149 arat aata, aitr ar !, Il l H
lit, ajwra or lata, i ia larval ia tbratbtag eia-hiaa,
aa said aroporty wat parahaaa. by at at Hktni '
ala aa tb lltb 4a 7 of Anfaat, 1471, aa4 ia latt
with kirn 9m loaa oalv, atbj-rt a oar urd -r at
aay llm: UIUI.EH. VoL'N'i A KKKl.
CltarfloU, Aag. U, IH; It.
COURT 8ALK -
ESTATE OF 1. A.BLATTSXHEBiKR,DKt"D.
Ia puritan aa of aa orjrf af tbo Orpkaai'
Coart of Cloorflold ooaotr, Ibiro will ba . tp-aad
ta aoblta aalo, at tbo Coart M laoo, to Claarttall,
- natardav. Sactaajber t J, lata.
At I o'oloak p. a., all tbat oortoia sorcol af
groBBd kaawB oa lac "Rvororo" ur..arly , tba
oatatoof J.A. Blotlooboraar.dMi'd, aitoalcoi, Uala
atrool, Oaoaula, Pa , oijoioio lot Xo. ail, fronilnt
aa Halo airoaii;3 111 foal, oil roooioj bark ll
foot lo Meotfooaory alloy, baioc Sva lola, wttb a
wall Saiabad Iwo-aaory fraaa boaao, ISa2l fool,
with B fiod woll of wotor. Will bo aoldaoporataly
or lufatbor, aa paiabioara Boy daalro.
Toaaa oao-tbirdof laa aarokaar aoaoy aaih
a poo aoalraolloa or aolo. aad too baton oa la loa
aqoal BOBBal payaaato. to bo aaoafad by boal
aad flaortgago oa tbo proalao.
MRS. C ItLATTRNBKKtiKR.
WALLACE t KKEUS.
Cwariald, Aag. 16, 117 at.
b CVaaa, IWaVntac. Iwaistaw. iMjawc
oraooj aai rorrfar,
II laadaia Ifca owiaiol afelo MaiaarOalJ
aafl a-a oaolUral. II aoroilo o baaaMiil
"oa aono aoroo. oroMa. rbaAoa.
loa, ll.rf at.a. rbaooad banaa. oaraa. olfa
oawdntt. tsaMrfaaotbobaoOaaadBMa llrk
e anatoO Hr. Hcblog OHoaao Uia laaa. Hcblnf
.a too auor, Miaa, aoraa. Alaa rolamo Iha
in M"! aod linioUao of Mtlaf aod oUo1im
hianoa. Aa It la ooaarlally an. alia a Iha
T.OLar, Jti-oaaar. ood Sara aaoa. yoo coo
uaa a Aafpoor JUtk at plaaaaia. r.r bath.
MB lalklroa. H la aoaooaliad. ladiaa oaa
aa H ta tbalr ToSot wooM oaaor do oHbual
. Iloaolrollaa tko ooar of BaaaalraU.01.
aod. aa aa oatarool raaiaj.ooa ooaraalr aa
oad aaaaa. roll oaracttuaa oooaaaooi aacb
racaga. iar IT. '
11 oaall liua.
aall U cu.
Tr. Van Djraxaroa Oflloos,
la WI ftaaBst. nnodolptla.
USE KO OTHER.
QRPHAN8' COUHT SALE.
By vlataa afaa aniar mt ika OrT,w.M' rMw -i
CloarSold ooaaty.tko aaaoraioaodJdBiaiotraUfa
af tko oatato of Woj. R. Wrigloy, aoo'a, will a4l
al pablio aola, at tko Coart Uoaaa, la Claorleld,
Bamrday, Mrtaniwar 14, lriTB,
al J a'okwt p. a., tbo aadlrtdod oaa.kalf lolararl
oi rata na. a. Wrigloy, I tko rotlowiag da
orrlbod roal aauta, tilBoto la Piao lawatblp,
b wit : Bagiaalag al a pilrb piao ooraor. Orion
Ika aoatk-woat ooraor af warrant No. 4ti ; IkoaM
aortb i dogroo. Mat aloeg (root lioo art aaaa
warraala Moa. 4141 aad 4al, 174 paroaaa a port
aad ataaaa I looaoa oaatk Sit aogroa oaat aloag
troot Uaa kotwaoa ataai Moa. 4144 and 41aa,
lxtporobo. IoMobmi tkaaaa ooolk ! aagrMl
wat 174 poroboo la atoaaa, tboaoa aortb Sl da
grooa wool I4i porokM aloag Iraol llao kotwaoa
worraau Koo. 4Uo aad tlil lo pilok piao ood
paoa mt bagteaiag, aaauiaiBg too aoraa ond al
lowaaoa. kaiog woot aad of warraal No. 41)1.
Tho load 1. wall Uaborad witk whiba piaa aad
koalook liabor. Tko parekaoar af Mr. Wrlglay'l
ialaroat io Ikio proaony, aoa, If doairablo, par
ohaao tbo baloaoo of tba prooorty apoa ika bum
loraa aadar wbiok tba iattroal of Mid Wrigloy K
Ta.oa.-Oaa lb.rd of tbo ponboM aoaoy aaaa
o doy of Mlo, oao-tkird aa tko trot day af Jaaa,
IS7I, aad oao-tkird oa tko Srrt day af Jaaa,
HII, Ika Iwa auar payarats wilb bam, la
ba aooarod by good roal aata la aaoarity.
t. K. RID LET,
V. C. WRlllLkY,
CloartolO, Aag. , let-!. Adaiaiatraura.
By rlrtu. af aaadry writs af fUri aotaa la.
sard aal of Ika Ooarl af Ooaaaa Ploaa af Claar
lold ooootr, aad ta aa dirootaat, I haro will bo
otpoood to pabUo aola, at tbo Coart Hoaa. la laa
aoroagb of Cloarlold, aa Solordoy, ta IStk day
oi jiagoai, tora, at I a'oloak p.
lag doaoribod roal oatato, to wit
A aorlaia traal af load attaato la Brady Mas
hip, Cloartald ooootr. Po. booodad aad da-
4 ao followa: Baoioalaa ot a walaati
laoaoo aortk as poroooo to o aoat . thuoa aib
Mraoly drgrooa oaM 141 Torakaa lo a koorh at tko
orook tkaooa aaalk twooly dogrooa oaat 111 aar-
i-aoo la a ktokory i tboaoa wat I'll parrba la laa
plaoaor bogiaaiBg, owataialag 11 ooroaaaraar
laaa, boaaaad aa tbo aartb by laada of DoHalr A
Pallor, oa tba aaat by Uarriaoa A Pollar, oo tbo
aualb by Ja L.ooo. aa tbo wart by laad of
Aodrow LUdlo, witk a two aury laa Kill
hat, a largo baak bara, anrly ao., aad oibar
oolbail.Hoia tkorooa araatoi, alaa, a good yoaag
orobard. Pifta aoraa af laa laad ia ataarad aod
aadar oalltrotvoa. sad tko raaidao of Uao traal w
tiaaoraol aad oappooo to aa aadorlaid with Mat
Soiiod, tahaa ia oiaoalloa aad ta bo sold u tbi
proporiy af Libkla. L. Ogdoa.
Taaa a ar Sai. Tbo prioa ar aoa al ahlak
tko proaony oboll ba atraob of aaat aa paid al
tbo liao af aala, ar owok aUor arraagaaaala Bad.
as wlU bo approood. oUaarwlM Ik4 propoity oi
bo laaodiatoly pol op pad aid Maia al Ika ai
POBM aad riak af laa porooa la waoa II "
nraok of, aad who, la aaaa of daacioaoy al soak
ro-rala, akall auha good loo Mao, aad ta a.
iaaUBaa will Ika Dood bo aaaaooud io Can hf
ooalraaatioa aaloa taa aoaoy Is aMaally p.w 10
tba Sborif. W. a. at.PBKRHON.
BaiBirr's Orracs, sbarif.
Ckaorlold. Pa, Ao. i, III. )
Btalraoat of Moaaal mi Pluad.lJ lunaak
bVbaal food, wllb laaa. Jubaaroa, Traoaorar,
from Moivh tvtb, 1171 to Aogaal 14, 174:
To bolaooo Iroa A. W. Loa Ml tl
To baplioata for U7 . ,tot
laaaouaalal liquor loa paid arar by
To Btola aaraprlalhi'a..'.'.'.'.'"..'.' 4(7 M
To aaoaal potd ky Jobs MoCaallaa a
Palillealo for 1STA I ta ad
To aaoaal af dopliaala far IS7S... 1,171 II
To " lan mu
By aaaoaal of arson aald..... iH N
By adrorlialag, Aaditara fooa, aad aak-
iag dopltroto far MoCloHaa II
By aaoaal af Troaaarwr'B par ooaloga oa
j,4I.I4 ot I par aaa4 .......... . IM
By allawaaoa af i par aaat. la laipatara
aa I,4T.M, dapHoala af lift H
By allowawoa af I par aaab to talpayon
oa 1,11., dapbaaM af ISI.... l
By allowaaoa af I par oaat lo taipayori
oa IMIIM.dopltoolool 1177 ......... MM
By haloaooaf dopfloato lbr 1171 is Jae.
MoClollaa'B kaada lbr ooUaoUaa f4l M
By I par aaat. Iar aalloatloi tlir.kl aa
dapllaio af Ilia, altor 14 doyl.......
ay balaBoa d oa owraw4Sa.a.i,w.,..,,HM... l,IH
Of ta bImto bo HI ana tbora h raoaolalag
aaoolloota aa doplloolo af II7.,,4I,'
lift.. I, "
Oafk I Traaoaror'aaaad...... i!J?VI
w. a. aaaa.,
I. B. ALT EM,
Aag . ia, -ra-n.