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WBDNISDAY MORNING, DRO. 19, I87T.
Reader, If yon want I knew what K clng on
U the but I net t world, Jaet road onr advertttin
olamne, tbe .pei column in particular.
MAXIM FOR THE DAY.
N maa worthy Ibt offlet af Preeldent ehnutd
ba willing to bold It tf eonoted In, or placed there
by any fraud, U 8. Ouamt.
I aoald never have reeonoiled to tbe ele
ratio bj the lUftllMt old of nino of a perton
however reepee table Id private life, who mutt
(braver carry upon bit brow tho tteuip of fraud
flrt triumphant la American hlttory. No tub
sequent octioo, however merit oriout, en weak
ftwny tbe latter of ibal record.
Ciaklrs Fa a net a AlAH.
lTader Ika forma of law, lluiheriord D. Haya
baa baaa daelarad Pretldent of tha United Statu
lllatltla rait i apoa d ill ranch itement of lawful
votere, tbo falsa eerllBoatea of tbo returning oA
ears acting oomiptly, and tha deals Ion of a com.
mltaioa whieb baa refn-ed to bear oTldeooa of al
legnd fraad. For tha Artt line are iba American
peepU ova fronted with the feet of a fraudulently,
aleelad Preeldent. Let It not bo under toed that
tbo fraad will bo tltntly arq uttered in by tbe
eoaatry. Lot ao boarpatf la which thauaarpa
tloa U forgotten.
AD&aiai or DauocaAtic M. C.'i.
One hand red yean of banian depravity aeon
nlated aad eoneantrated Into a elinai uf orlma.
Nerar again la fira hundred yaara tball tbey have
aa opportwnily to repeal the wrong.
Danirl W. VooaBaaa.
I wonld rather bare tbo endorsement of a quar
ter of a at III ion of tbo American people than that
of tba Loalilana Ratorniog Buara, or of tho Com
million whieb aielnded tho facta and decided
tbo queitloa on a technicality.
Thoi. A. Hbrurickb.
Whea Hamburg Butler wrltei fait order to
Patterson, bo aigoa bis ibiitaia "M C. B ,"
which avian? interpreted meant, "My Carpet Bag
gar." Radical cknnyt.
, . Well, if tbo "M. C. 11." can stnnd it
wo havo do doubt tbat Hamburg cat..
lion. W. 8. Stangor, of Cbambarabgrt;, I, Bata
hi Ml Damooratlo oandkUta lor Uoraroor ueil
lima. JTa cAasoe
Ho is ft might; email pattern fur a
Governor, but be baa a mighty voice,
and it ia said that hia heart fit up to it.
Constructive Trkason. The Chi
cago Tribune accuses Blaine of treach
ery for pairing with Senator Grovor.
It says that Sharon and G rover ought
to havo paired. But how wan G rover
to pair with ft man three thousand
miles away ?
Fraud is even powerful in the United
Slates Senate. On a number of im
portant questions in that body, effect
ing alike tho rights of State and indi
viduals.'tbe scale was turned lust weoK
in favor of fraud by a fraudulent Vice
Settled. The Beaver Argua an
nounces by authority that Chief Jus
tice Agnew, who is a resident of that
town, will be ft candidalo next year
for re-nomination by the .Republican
party to the Supreme Bench. Judge
Storrctt and bis Iriends may stand
Bi'LL-dozino. The Iowa Eagle, ol a
recent dale, spreads its wings in this
way : "If Mr. Hayes desires to see po
litical damnation rise up beforo him.
liko a midnight ghost, and stare him
in the face during the remainder ol
his days, all he has to do is to veto the
Another Test. And now that Kel
logg il seated, Packard wants to be
collector at New Orleans. Mr. Hayes
la now to bo tested as to his Southern
policy and civil service reform proton
sions. The questions are combined in
this impudent demand of a bigb office
Meeting or the Lioiblatcbe. In
accordance with A r lido II., Section 4,
of the New Constitution, and the ad
journment ofthe last session, the Sen
ators and mombors of tho House will
convene in the Stato Capitol at 12
o'clock, m., on Tuesday, tho flrst day
of January next.
Conkmno on End. A Washington
telegram says : "As the mcssago was
read in the Senate, Conkling followed
it line by line from a printed copy, and
Bavagely stabbed the Southern policy
and civil service references with a pen
cil, so as to inform the lookers-on from
the gallery that he would soon deliver
a speech on that subject, and to notify
the audijnee to be in attendance."
Adjourned. Both Houses of Con
gress adjourned on Saturday last, un
til Thursday, the lOlh day of January
next Washington will therefore be
pretty quiet for the next fortnight.
A large number of Senators and mem
bers lelt for their homes on Friday
night, and will be absent during tho
holidays at all events.
A Hawt Family. A Washlnton
correspondent says: The ninetoen
year old daughter who presideb over
Senator Cameron's household is of
commanding stature, a perfect Juno in
face and form. She superintends the
education of ber five brothers and sis
ters, attends slate dinners, and sits
wiih dignity atthehoad of her futher's
TUB COLUHADO EOLL Y.
Our Democratic Congressmen have
been playing the fool over this piece
of territory for nearly two years. By
admitting Colorado as a State in June
187(1, they defeated the election of Til
den, who would havo been Presidont
without Oregon, South Carolina, Flor
ida or Louisiana, because 184 Electors
was majority of the whole pnivions
to tbo admission of this territory as
State. Tbe Returning Board crimes,
and tbe debauching of oar Supremo
Court lollowed. The shame and dis
grace which was inaugurated in June
1876, is not at an end yet. On Thurs
day last the Democratic membors of
Congress in imitation of the Itcturning
Boards of the States indicated, and tho
Radical United States Senate in seating
Kellogg, admiltod Patterson to a scat in
Congress to which he was not elected
Tbe right thing to do was to declare
that neither Patterson or Bolford was
legally elected, and to have sent botb
home. It ia not only fully, but ft crime
for Democrats to follow tbe precedents
el thorn by t-ie Radical Congressmen
during tbe past Ultooo yean. If they
do, many of tbo members will dis
grace their party and friends, and por
haps land In peniteotiary. No more
lion. Dnnii'l W. Voorhou. tho now
Senator from Indiana, ha not iWn
saying anything itinco !.. ontrnnco to
iho Son a to to ivo tbo tluwa Uij t'lmwu
to pock nt him tlmt liny bnvo boon ho
longing (or. Tho other day when he
arc mo to 0(ik in exceulivo DCHsion he
vr liatcned to wilh tftvut reMieot,
anil ho "talked )iko n Democrat and
M.Awi WTQ MVmui.l i'.lijr, Slid
the Dunincrncy hud no desire to re
liuvo it of the prize it had won by siob
questionable methods. While tho IK: in
oc-raU would uiuko no iiicliou's oppo
sition to tho adiniiiistrulion, they could
not in (elf-respect or party feally have
any lot or part with it, Seiintors could
not escape their constitutional duly,
and nuiHi vote to confirm or reject ap
pointments; but in so doing the oxer
riscd their best judgment as to the
fitness of the appointee, und not with
reference to liny quarrel thai might
exist between tho President und the
president-milker. For bis part, he
could have nothing to ask of the ud
ministration Self-rospect would for
bid that. Ho could not vote to con
firm any appointeo because be was the
friend or enemy of any particular Sen
ator on tho other side. In reply to
Conkling's defence of Grant's admin
istration and the public service under
him, Voorlices said that it was a lute
day to criticise what Democrats had
said about tbo prevnluiice of corrup
tion under that regime. Tho proper
limo was when tbo nume of Mr.
Schuiz was before tho Senulu for a
member ofthe Cabinet. Nothing that
any Democrat had ever said was
wt.'i'so than tho public declarations
made by Schurz respecting tho civil
service under Grant. Mr. Vourhees
quoted from a speech made by Sehurx
at the Cincinnati Convention in 1872,
when he said Unit the civil service was
a louiituiu of corruption overflowing
and contaminating public mural. Yet
the Soimtor from New York bad not
said one word aguinsl the coiiflinalion
ol'Sehurx. Then wus the time, when
Mr. Sublux's name wus btfore the Sen
ate, to rebuke these so-called stale
Scokinci Conklinu. Tho Washing
ton Capital, In alluding to the personal
conduct of Senators, says: "Wbon a
man of education undertakes to play
tho demagogue ho is apt to play the
fool. Keeling that lie has overshot
the avorage intelligence of the masses,
he swings lo tho other extreme in un
derrating their capacity. Senator
Conkling, is a politician born of a cor
poration, und helped into position
through no effort of his own, is with
out that experience necessary to a cor
rect estimate of tho elements, moral
and intellectual, which come into play
on the part of tho people when a small
man is lifted into a high place. To see
such a man descending to the lowest
grade of cunning demiigogueism, and
wave lilllo flags and fly screaming
eagles, is about as pitiful a sight as one
could sicken over. Senator Conkling,
having been ignored by the adminis
tration be did so much to create, went
to Kuropo for the purpose ol milking
a sensation. Without remaiuingubroad
long enough for his sensation to cook
he returned, coming up New York bay
waving two lilllo flags, and at the
first point bo could render available,
delivered ft speech that for ignorant
demagoguoism is simply shameful."
Loss, Ten Tuousand. Tho Phila
delphia Xorth American, ono of the
leading Radical organs of tbo Stute,
has been examining the macbino, and
tbe editor thinks it cannot stand any
more Strain and must result in a break
down if its party managers do not
chungo their programme. The editor
in qnostion advises in this way :
'Thoro can bo very little doubt that
tho disgust with the machine manage
mentof Republican primary elections
and nominating conventions is too deep
and general to admit of any more such
scenes as were witnessed this autumn,
the machinery is simply atrocious,
and has cost us a loss of at least ten
thousand votes. If tho Itepuhlican
managers wnat to carry the city al
tho municipal election next spring
they cannot loo soon abolish the present
machinery and make an entirely new
The foregoing advico is very good,
but it is too lute. The machine bus
been so recklessly used, that it will
make ne difference which way it
propelled backward or forward the
break-down will come, and it cannot
The Mebbaoe. Our readers will
find Mr. Hayes' first annual Message
to Congress on our first page. Tho
document is rather smooth reading,
tho corners being pretty well sand
papered so as not to huil jus', the
stylo of Soorotary tvarts but il lacks
the foroe and directness to ntuko it of
leclive in influencing legislation. His
position on tbo Indian question and
the pacification of the South ore sound
the latter exactly Democratic. Hud
hs incorporated a tow muro Demo
cratic ideas Into tho document, il
would havo improved it still further.
Ilia views on tho silver question, re
sumption, auhools, etc., aro crooked,
and wo shall b very much mistaken
if Congress gives either of then) any
consideration. His remarks on Civil
Service are not in accord with bis pruo-
lice, and, thercloro, phurassicul. How
ever, if ho keeps on improving for iho
next year as ho bus in tho pant six
months, ho will bo ahlo to produce a
pretty good Democrallo Messimo by
the first Monday of December, 1878.
Fatal Handling or a Pistol
Baltimore, Ducombor 15. Mr. Rich
ard II. Hnowdon, brother of Sheriff
Snowdcn, and ft leading real estate
doaler, met a tragic death to day at
his rcsitlcnco in tbo wctcnd. Mr.
Snowden had promised to take a re
volver be had in bis house to a friend,
and after breakfast, about Ion o'clock,
walked into bis library wilh tho pistol
in bis hand, no conversed lor several
minutes wilh bis wife and daughters,
and whilo thus engaged commenced
polishing the barrel of the weapon. It
suddenly exploded and tho ball, a very
large one, entered bis abdomen and
penetrated to a depth of five inches,
severing, it is supposed, the intestines.
(lis borror stricken wife caught him
In her arms as be full, and medical aid
was called, but to no purpose. His
doatb ensued six hours later. Mr.
Snowdon was ft man ol considerable
wealth, and vas highly esteemed
ruitsixa ox mi: juscals.
After having maintained the carpel
bugger in power for over a decudi
through tho aid of federal bayonets,
and witnessed some of the greatest
rascals of the lot sent to the United
States Seiinte, and acting in unison
with them in every measure lo rob
the Southern States of nearly all ile
material wealth and crushed ils pco
Hiiinsin now lo ivuJ Hie ebullitions ol
of wrath of the Northern liudictili
when I'altcrson anil Conover lor once
dared to art Independently, and voted
in sustaining Hurler's right to u seal
in the Senate, liom South Ciiolins
The New York Evening Post, I'anical.
in its rage, paints the rurpet-bag class
in ils true colors when it says:
Tlic our lroml und bUrk "pot on Ihn iuta
lins f ib Hi ublicD ts"y lu tntiimsiis
mt-nt uf Iht Si'iilbfrn sffnlr In ti-eriit yvitrt
ihrounh lh Invtruuitiitftlliy uf loUis uf the Mum
ItoavtH snd iriokilcri, wbu hsvs vr Issin ipr
U1U101I 10 ptTr.-rt lb liowtr uf Rrrl i!iliu4l
tritsnltsOuo. II' tbo lll)u'ai n )Srt.v il lo h
ltrsyel it It stirt-ljr U tlnjc that II buuld ha ba
irtjvtl by mtmlsira ul Ilia rHioallj mijf ul tuI
Itar anil plumJuriug Suuthcro Ariat-b iR-gora,
whu,a alhanoa sritb tlia fia'ty ku tlrivao fium II
maav rcafiaottlila Kkijiulloauv, aud bnmlit
huuiilialiuB bpuD tbua wbu rauiain-d wubin It.
For such journuls us the Pott to turn
uriiund und nbuso the men now, who
hiivo kept the party in power for
twelve yeitis, is tha basest kind of in
gratitude. Wile i) told by Democrats
that these men were rogues, the Post
said, "it's a lie."
A Tars Political Indicator. Tho
recent elections in Ohio, Now York,
und our own Slate, ns well as in other
Stales, is pretty conclusive pi oof that
party ullcgiunco is not us binding on
tho voters as in former years.
Success is awarded lo the party that
presents tlio most competent candi
dutes to the people, on election day. In
this tho Democrats in tho Slates indi
cated, were particularly lortiuiutc. Our
nominees wore gentlemen of acknowl
edged ability and of unimpeachable
integrity, wilh nn exception in the
Sluto of New York, where our Demo
cratic friends uiilortunately nominated
a gentleman for Secretary of Stato and
another for Attorney General, who
were charged with being connected
w'tb tbo corrupt Canal ring which has
ruled that State for twenty years. The
result was that while their majority
was but 11,000, our nominees lor Coin p
irollcr, Mr. Olcott, and our nominoo
for Slnlo Engineer, Hoialio Seymour,
jr., both reeiived over 30,000 majority,
just because they hud never been con
nected willi any of tho corrupt nieus
ures of tho (lay, whilo tho nominees of
our opponents were nearly ull "soiled
duves," and Iho vigorous application ol
the purly luih, still failed to pull them
through us in lormor campaigns. Tho
lesson imparted to our rivals, should
bo studied und utilized by our Demo
Income Tax. Mr Harrison, of III., th8 vow ""mm; they ills
1 . . ... . 1, :. ... 1.. .1 . :.. ,i;. lr graced tho grcut leader, Sumner, be-
iukl m vvn iiiiniiiKevu aum 111 lupiiuunc
which provides for an income tux to bo
levied upon the incomes of ull United
Slates citizens w hich may be over ono
thousand and under two thousand an
nually, a tax of ono per cent.; ovor
two thoiisund and under three, thous
and, cue and onu-loiirth per cunt, und
graduating tho scale to and including
twenty-three thousand doll. rs. Over
J23.0U0 and under $35,000, two per
cent. ; over 835,000 and under 130,000,
four percent., and five por cant, on ull
incomes in excess ot $30,000.
A Long Commission The Venango
Spectator says i Tbo com mission of Hon.
John Trunkey, as ft Judge of the Su
premo Court of Pennsylvania, bears
dale December 0, 1877, and oxpiros
December 5, 1808. If Judgo Trunkey
lives to fill out bis term of twenty-one
years bo will then be a younger man
than Jndgo Agnow, tho present Chief:
Justice, who is announced as a candi
date for ic election next Fall, and who,
provided bo shall bo elected, will be
ovor ninety years old on the comple
tion of his second term.
Tbo slimy Hamlin and other Radi
cal Senators aro ofler iho scalp of
French, sorgeant-at-arms of thut body.
His ov.ful crimo is tbo appointment ol
a couple of Democrats to subordinate
places. A Hull, caucus sat on it, at
which some of tho members said it
didu't make much difference, as Hayes
was doing tbo samo thing evory duy.
Ordwny, ex sergount-ut arms of tho
House, instiguled it, us bu wants tho
place. A committee lo investigate wus
Tue New Senate Committees. In
conscquenoo of tho death of Senator
Morton und the admission ot Senators
Butler, Kellogg and Eustis, tbo Unit
ed Stutes Senate has revised its stand
ing committees. On Iho new commit
tees tbe Senators from this Sluto aro
placed as follows : Mr. Wallace, on For
eign Relations, Finance, and Revision
of Laws; Mr. Cameron, on Military
Affairs and Public Buildings and
Tho father of waters, the Mississippi
is making important changes. The
Natchez Telephone says: Bl. Joseph
and Rodney have been left inland ; Wa
tcrproof is being chased towurd tbe
Tensas ; Vii ksburg is left in s luke
Delta will soon be washed away ; a cut
off bus been made at Grand Gulf, and
in another season Port Gibson and
Cluihoriio comity will have no landing
Adjt. Gun. Lultu's forthcoming re
port, it is telegraphed over tho State
will conluin "General Latta's own re
port of tho movements of tho troops
during tho labor riots." As Gon. Lut-
ta Is genorally held to bo a grral bum
bug it will bo curious In read what ho
has to sny for himself.
Two-thirds of tho Immense coffee
crop of Brazil aro consumed in tho (Jul
ted States, a part only of which is paid
in cotton, brcadstuffs, provisions and
other exports from this country. Hence
the desirability of the present prospect
of opening up new branches of trado.
Tho Lynchburg Virginian says: ''Wo
learned from party who came Irom
Balcony fulls that on a portion of land
at that place, owned by Mr. Locher and
rented by tenants, filesn colored mrn
wero drowned In one house during the
Threo well known citizens of Phila
delphia died on Tuesday : Charles J).
Partridgo, rcalRiirunluur, William I'oul
lercr, president of the Fifth and Sixth
streets passenger railway, and John
Peddrick, zupcrintondent to the post
LET J' Eli EliOM KENTUCKY.
THE NEW OIL I'AIIAIHHK.
Wahhuld, Kv., Doc. 10, 1877.
G. II. (iooiii.A.MiHi. Kstj Hear .Sir:
Seeing vuriooa iiccounls of Iho oil
excitement in Onceulu und "Ground
lloji City," in your county, 1 tlioiignl
perhaps some of your reader would
like to hear I nun the Tug lliver Oil
lieiiioiis," in Kentucky.
hrve been Jiera 1 .tISiy -
vu 1 'oWumTwT f Aii'l, ttml .
return to my homo in West Yirgmiu
lo-inorrow to spend u few iluys with
lumily, secure machinery, and return
10 this plueu lo operate. Tug Itivur is
I ho lell hand fin k of Hig Sandy H'vur,
ami the town ol Wut field issiluitlod ui
ilia mouth uf Marrowbone Cluck,
aboul seventy miles from tho nioiilh
if I he river at ('iillehurg. Kentucky.
This Tug Itiver country is hound to
outstrip Oil Creel;, I'ontisylvuniu. Yon
u 11 pick up the enrlh anywhere near
lliu Burning Spring, on Tug Iticur
or 011 Murrowboiio Crock, and smell
petroleum strong. These springs hum
continually except when tlio high wu
ler drow ns them out. The spring be
tween lilllo and big Burning Creeks,
blazes up Ihreoor lour feel, while ihul
on Marrowbone Creek not mora than
eighteen inches. The gus is heavy
ami strongly impregnated with petro
leiim. For ul leusi a mile on Tup
liivur the gas can be seen bubbling up
ull over tho river, and it gives the W11
tor the appearance a if a light spring
shower wus couiinuully fulling.
Tho pebble, or conglomerate rock,
crops out In period hoiil tors every
where, whilo nearly ull the rock you
see is what la railed "liurnl sand."
Tho " break " having been traced
through Hum Oil Creek, Pennsylvania,
shows much plainer hero than at ihc
former place. From Iho immense con
fusion of the curtli and roc It, and its
lurnbly tumbled up condition, evident
ly goes to show that the D I has
held "High Carnival" in thisjeountry
ul some lime. Tho people of Dig Sandy
have been ridiculed and made sport ol
Irom time immemorial, but their lime
has about como dawn is almost here,
und si leaks of daylight cun already be
seen in Iho not fur distulit future, "lie
who laughs lust, laughs best," und 1
am firmly impressed with iho beliel
that the people ol Hig Sandy will
laugh best. This w ill (not in my opin
ion, but in tho opinion of experienced
011 men) mitko one of I lie grandest
roiiiilrics III the world.
Tho Philadelphia Inquirer, a Repub
lican journal, says the parly to which
it belonged is in the last stuircs of dis
solution and sends up the follow ing
What if the draught is bettor? Tbe
new lenders browed it. So let Ibem
drink il like men. Tho grand eilitlt-c
is tumbling all aboul iheirears ! Well,
they pulled down its props and Mays.
The tuicluko the' nitido was lo sup-
pose that they could lilind and fool the
people; inuke them think Ihul expedi
ency was statesmanship, thut detna-
jgogueisni wus patriotism, thut a sham
man wus a real one. or a ttiiso measure
a true ono. They trampled the Con
slilulion under lis.t und used Iho bayo
net lo control l ullo's in order to com-
. . i . . . i .
eauso he was honest unci refused lo be
bribed ;. lliey honored thoift-luker und
welcomed "llie gitl-beuriug G reeks;"
tbey plunged their arms, shoulders
deep, in Ctedil Mobilicr corruption, und
they otic red a premium for niulleus
unce hy condoning it ; t hey made plode
to the people lo relorm tbo Civil Ser
vice, and lliey broke their pledges;
they became a hungry horde of place
hunters, and made war upon tho Presi
dent, who sought to purity und nluvatu
the service. All this and more, of the
sumo sort and to tho same effect, they
did, and, of course, they destroyed the
country s coiindeiico in lliu parly.
Year altur year (he country bus been
voting against il, and now tho result
ol the policy of Iho leaders is so plainly
written hy tho way that bo w ho runs
Grange Meetinu. TucStatoGrungo
ofthe Patrons ol Husbandry metut Hoi
lidaysburg, on tho 1 lib, mid continued
in session for three days. The Conven
tion was presided over by Worthy
Master, Piollett. The address of wol
como was delivered by Miss Muggio
Monro, of lllair county, on Wednesday
afternoon, and replied to by Mr. Kay,
of Chostor county. Tho public meet
ing was addresseil hy Messrs Pinllcit,
Kay, Dickey and others. The turnout
wus largo. Out of tho (10 counties in
tho Stato all but six wore represented.
Over live hundred delegates were pres
ent. The Initiation fee of lb was re
duced to 13, and $2 to (1, by neurly
a unanimous vote. Heretofore ouch
Stato was entitled lo two delegates to
represent l hem in tha National Grange.
This clause of the rules was so amend
ed as to allow an additional delegate
for every 10,000 members over the first
10000. Pennsylvania, although, not
so numerous in memb'irship, as some
other Status is suhsiaulially tho most
prosperous, from tho fact that ber con
tributions in money is larger than that
of any other Stale in iho Union. Clour
field county was well and intelligently
represented al tbo llolliduyshurg meet
ing. Just us iu all other Statu organ
ization, nruer lecond b:xt.
Well Said. Tbu Phd'a Times, in
alluding to tbo Senatorial outrage in
seating Kellogg, says: "Ono more car-
put-out;tfer has been udiled to tlio Seti-
aie by iho vigorous crack of the parly
whip and lliu united etlorls or falter-
son and Conkling and Conover and
Kdiuutids. 1 here is one more troin
tiling Republican brother to walcb ;
one more whn is sure lo stray, and ono
more who is certain to vacate Ins chair
iu alaiul two years from now, either
ill obedience lo the Vote ol the Senate
eiociini; him or iu obedience to the
outraged laws of Louisiana culling for
a lost heir to the penitentiary, li
would ne awiuiiy lonely lor tteiingK
lo sluy in the Seiiute alter aueb mini
narius as Patterson and Hiiuueer and
Conover and Dorsey shall have set in
siarlcss night, and it's well thut he
won t be required to linger as the soli
itary survivor ol his race.
CoLOREf) lllpEIITINENCE. TIlO iri'O-
prossildo Pinch hack has thotightlully
condescended to address an open lui
ler to Governor Nit hulls, of Louisiana.
resigning bis pretensions to a seal in
the United Slates Senate. Ibis is
certainly a commenilithlo act on the
part of Pinchhack, but then tbero ia a
general belief that his hopes of being
permitted to occupy that scat were
not very nutiering,
Another "Good Man" Gone. J J
Wright, colored, Associate Justice ot
the Supremo Court ol South Carolina,
has resigned. Clisrgea of babiiusl
driinkoiinoss and oilnr "irregularities
hud been prelerrrd sgainsi him, and
his Impeachment was pending. The
l.sgisiiiiuro has (list elected an aolo
llemocrnt his suoejssor,
l ..! 'Lit. J
In California court Mr. Baldwin,
a witness, when qnostionod hy the
lawyer, said be didn't know whether
he was worth $8,000,000 or $ J 0,000,
000. The counsel aftor consultation
deoidod that d couple uf million didn't
I ho campaign ha underwent u com-i The editor of iho Washington C.i
pletu revolution within tbo last thirty I f,,, w, s ,.x t j such things,
duy. It seems that the cold wouthor j uilmli, , ,,0 ,B,iso ol the Itadi
bus put the Kuasiaiia In good fighting ' (.u party, saisi
trim, mid effeelnully demoralir.. d Ihul . J,- ,,' jB ,iiW,OB01 t da.it l.t, tho lull
lurks. Iho loss of Kara and l'levna U,ul t,u Kepuhlieiiii party is dying
is a serious loss and must produce a rillK. UMUU,1V death, such doubt
revolution iu the manageim'tii ol Tuik- jug Thomas sIm.ii'1,1 .11 lor half un hour
ish utTuirs. Iho loss ol those two! i tl,0 gslUrv' of lit.. Senate und uivc
stn.ngliolds will prove as disastrous lo; qm,i..t.i'nk- mi.'- tt- sir j
t.'ontcd, -rales, but w bother I be Itui
IlUt WUJlllor IhO Itus-
sinus will nu utile to utilize their Vletn.
ricsastho Federals did, remains 10 be ftt ,,, whuso claim to u w at Hie two
seen. Great defeats do not always, Kulllk.,llen ea t rvtvr U nn.l l.n.lc ut
bring grout results to i he vicioif,. ,,,h ,Mo;.r' in Urn luce' wiilu.ui U
However, tho loss 01' uTiirtili'tin n can
lured ns prisoners, and GOll guns und
the uirompaiiyiiigpanipheiialia iscer
luiuly a grout loss to tho Turks, but if
nol lollowod up closely will not prove
very bcuetlcittl lo the invaders. One
thing is already upparont ut this dis
tance. Tho iloiuiKtiu strife which has
been waged between iho ruling fue
lions ut Constantinople uvet since the
wur opened, is suhsiiliug, und as ono
mull, tho Till ks are rallying to linee
tho invaders oil' their soil. If ihi
heavy loss ol nwn und arms effects a
union between warring elements with
ill tho government circles iu Europeuu
und Asiutio Turkey, tho war will be
waged wilh more vigor on tho part of
lliu Turks, while Iho Russian victories
may prove only to bo like u "big
drunk" iu a personal souse after all.
There is no doubt hut Ihul every gov
eminent in Europoj wuuls lo sou the
Turks well thrushtd. Englund may
boon exception because of seltiiiteresl,
and Ibis moral farce is now beuring
hen vile uguinst 1 tirkis.li success, al
though every civilized human despises
llie invader ot any fireside or terriiory
Slum I1 Russia su.ceed in conquering
I'm key, and ann.-x that terriiory to
her dominions, would that improve
iho Turk or exleid civilization: As
we sou it, the difference between a Czar
and a Pasha is ml much, and ull w ho
favor tho cxlen-im instead of I he con
I raclion of civilization, must rely upon
I he olher Kurop-a" powers to adjust
this question wleu treaty lime Comes
COM VOX tt'KA L Til EUXDS.
From tho hook of tho Auditor d n
critl on iho secntii' duy ol October then
uppers a balance In the hands of tho
.sinking r'uiet. ,..
..! .4S lis
.. as,70 is
Tola!.- ...tl,lyS,l4 14
of which thoro appears in tho same
statement depiM.ieii in ono bunk, in
HinbltiK FaBdM m 9H SSI 4,t
dner4l mad I65.S 0 ns
Tulal SI I.4.14J 4h
' This is more than double the amount
of the security given by tho Slate
Treasurer lo the Commonwealth. And
in thoso times ot bank explosions arid
stisjieusions is it wholesome or sute for
either tho Sluto Trcosnrur, hia securi
ties ui the people iil'lhu Common wcuilh,
lo havo such a largo amount of money
in any ono hunk V The question arises,
w hy it is ihiis? Why is noi ibis sur
plus cash cxpei.ded in cancelling Iho
bonds now duo or Iho interest thereon,
not stopped, and should there not bu
enough Slule bonds presented al pur to
absorb the surplus in tho Sinking Fund,
then why not invest it in U. S. Govern
ment bonds say $1,000,0110 of it ul 6
sjr cent. which would realize a rev
eiiiio of $50 00e per annum, and llie
bonds could ho converted into currency
at uny limo llu-v would bu presented
lor puynietit. 'lake il in any way the
i ouiinuiiity may view it, there is no
sulety in having such a large amount
in uny one place.
OUR 1XUIAM At'f'MH.
il seems that the lesson taught the
government hy Cuptuin Jack, Silting
Hull und Joseph aro ol no avail. Tbero
is something wrong some whore. Tbo
Uarrisuurg 1'utriot, in alluding to the
question, says : "In referring to the re
port that billing Bub la moving with
thirteen hundred warriors lo join Jo
seph in Montana, tho 7Vtiune says this
is a 'line commentary on the military
system provided by Congress that a
suvuge chiut in blanket and brcoeh-clout
can put more lighting men in the field
than tlio l ulled Slates can bring
against bun. J bo military system
provided hy I. (ingress gives an ellec-
live force of 20,000 men. If a sufllcieiil
portion of this limo is nol brought
against llie Indiana, whoso tault is il
but that ol tho executive department
il the iiovcrnmoiil r llow largo an
uiniy will it require so that enough
troops cun he soured to nicei l,d()U sav
ages under Silling Hull and less than
hull that number under Joseph r 1 here
wus a time w hen the country was able
lo tleleud ils tiontier against much
more numerous and formidable bands
ot savages with no regular army at all.
under a system UKu that ol lhnula,
which will protect the Indians against
tho robberies und frauds of Govern
ment agents, there would rarely bo
need lor sending a military force
against them al all. Wo have the tes
liinotiy ot competent witnesses that
this rising ofthe Nil Purees has been
ocou-ioiicd by tbo oppressive and fraud
ulent acts ol government agents.
Senatorial Concndsums. Piurb-
back cannot see why ho should not be
admitted to tho Senate when Kellogg
is lei in. Ho does nut know why fish
should bo made o! one and flesh of the
oilier, mid even thinks that if any lu
vontisin wus to bo shown it should
havo been exhibited lo him. because
iho Legislature w hich elected him did
ther legislative acts which have been
held Valid, while Kellogg'a did nothing
but elect him, and then disieraed and
was no more heard tit, Ils tunc lions no
ing discharged by another body, which
elected another man than Kellogg to
the Senate. I'inelinaek Is gi-n. -rally
esteemed a pretty smart fellow for a
colored man, and il is scarcely discred
itable lo this estimation of him tbat be
cannot solve the conundrum ot his be
ing left and Kullngg taken; for tho
smartest white man could not find a
gissl and creditable reason for it.
I ho senate is giving the country quite
II number td diffleull nuzzles lo solve
just now; and the country finds It quite
impossible lo II nil answers lo them that
aro creditable lo tho senate. Whv
Kuslia should bo kept out nihil seat so
many years soil men tie aumiucii py
a nearly unanimous vole every body
knows, but lliu reason s a heavy re
proach to the controlling majority ot
the highest legislative body ot tbo na
Tut Ahmt Kbaud The Now York
Sun Mil II Insists thai tho army should
bu reduced lo ton thousand men. It
shows that now It Is neurly all ofllcora.
U11 tho I Alb of October last the num
ber of enlisted men in the cavalry, ar
tillery and infantry (exclusive 01 hospi
tal stewards, clerks, general service
men, and other unavailable) was 19,
hll. The hunts head ol this tail eon
sists of S.lftl commissioned ofQeera.
fliers wore nine and seven-tenths of ft
man to each officer I Tlio staff num
bered 603, as large as that attached to
the Immense army ltussia now has In
Why Don't Tiut IIowlT What
the Hadii al brethren nood just now to
uel np a liltle enthusiasm in Cnpgress
Is ono or two Kukliil murders ip
Louisiana or South Carolina. How
can a great party, whoso foundations
are laid in sectional bate, and whose
prosperity is dependent on bloodnhod,
thrive when there hasn't been a Booth
em darkey murdered for more than a
yosr by tbe bloody Democrats r
THE A PPIiOA ClllSa EUXEltA I
(',,Li,. n..,rliii.r lo .11 ..I
iKlniiro trick, t,. il,
. ----- r., .- f, ... ... ... ..
iiitf. air. el logg is a carpet-liui'i'ei
ol the worst possible sort, if ihero is
any worst in ihul lot. Liko whisk),
w hich the volunteer pronounced some
butler than olbora, but ull good, (he
carpet baggers aro nil bud. Yet Mr
Kellogg volo is necessary to sustain
a lilllo whilo longer the supremacy ol
tho Republican organization iu the
Senate. To set mo this additional Soii-
ulor tbey ale dependent upon two
other curpel-baggers, denounced h)
tins very acnulor ndmiiinls as rogues,
guilty of a Corrupt bargain.
If this is not dissolution of a veiy
undignified sort wo are much uiislukeli
and certainly tbu people will bu disap
pointed should iho puny survive in Us
present imbecile and puraljzed condi
Nor is there much to praise ill the
conduct of ils successor to power tin
Democratic party. It has shown no
sagacity whatever, and quite as huh
luct aud sense of propriety. Hud the
Democracy of tbo Senate been contoiil
to bido ils time until Iho udiiiinislra
lion und unli administration parly de
veloped their tight the admitiisiiulion
wing would have been forced lo vote
ill the three Democratic cluimaiils
from llie South. Uy forcing the tight
al Ibis time, however, it is driving the
Republicans into a solid body, bent
upon ul least securing tbe admission
Tlio pititul spectacle presented bj
Senator Edmunds makes one siek. He
who volod lo exclude Pinchhack is
struggling loget in Kellogg, and eus.
without disguiso, 'I know ibis is a
swindling game and my cards are
stocked. I acknowledge il, but plu)
il ull tho samo.'
Wolukocoml'orlin tbo fact thai tbat
old political gambler plays ilvery bad
ly. Ho attacked Patterson in so bin
lul a manner that ho not only drove
that Carpet-bagger into tbo ranks ol
Iho Democracy, but actually awaken
ed sympathy in behulf of tho poor fel
low, who la worth several I'.duiuiids
for be Patterson) is voting for a nom
prosequi, whilo hdmunds voles for a
swindle. Wishing to win at ull baz
ards, Kdmunds, instead of abuse, should
havo got upon his knees ami kissed
Pullurson's hand, or any olher part ol
his person the eminent carpet-bagger
might present to him."
A daughter of Major Genoral Rich,
ard Butler, one of Washington's trus
ted commanders in tha Revolutionary
War, is living in Unionlown, Fayette
county. She is ninety five J ear.i old,
and until recently enjoyed good health.
The California Assembly yesterday
unanimously adopted a resolution pre
viously passed by the Senote, asking
Congresa to lovy a per capita tjtx of
$250 on Chinese immigration.
Gen. Grant embarks at Villafranca
on Saturday In Iho sloop of war Van
dnlla for Constantinople, from which
he will proceed to Alliens, the Archi
pelago, Alexandria and Cairo.
Chas. M. lined, ol Ki lo, hu just pur
chased a Kentucky four year-old trot
tcr, for $6,000. It is claimed that she
has mado something less than 2 20 nn
a private track.
A blighted female in San Francisco,
sixty-five years old, has brought a suit
for breach of promise of marriage
against a gay deceiver of seventy, the
damages being laid at $15,000.
P. T. Burniim has appliud to Hayes
for the Louisiana Returning Board
and tho perjured majority ol the Elec
toral Commission, as curiosities for his
Judge Nyo, of California, baa decid
ed that a pokor bet is legally collecta
ble. Then Bill is on tbo bench, is he 7
There are about 1,000 oil wells in
the Bradford district, with ft produc
tion of about 6,003 barrels a duv.
MATCH COLTS) COB tLP-TwIa bona
aiilta. Jet blai-k two yoara and fnr mna (ha
nlil, and of rallatila pidijtrao. For fanhar partla.
ulra.e-ll na oraddraa. tho an-irl(nH at Cur-
W..I.. s) li W. aiJI,I.EN.
uao. .. isrr it.
CdAELES 0. LEIDY,
ATTORNKY AT LAW,
0atr.ll (Bill., ClaarAuld Co.,
Lrtal bolilaa. of ill bind, lltendisl to Far.
tloular .tti-BiloB p-d to tha praeuriBg tf boootita,
N.i II, IS7T Ij.
JOTK R TO KTOCKIIOI.IIKHK.
A BtaatiBE of lha atnohhnMani of tba Wood-la-d
Fira Hrlolt Cnomant (limilad) will ba Bnld
In thslrnffliio Bl Wisidland, al S n'fllook B. Bl.. nn
WEDNESDAY, TUB 10 DAY OF J N UARY,
IS7S. fur tha oloetton of ottiiora and tha tranrao
tinB ofnthar biiaioan. A. F. UOVNToN.
Doo. li, 1877-Sl.) Frealdral
H'ULfte TO no,
UO If TO CO If'L'CT
S.flhB.OOB atri of land for aala, ohana, Ib tho
,ar an of Iba Wu.t. Fm Map. of Kaaaaa, full
lafi rtaati"B aa to hrpt rai'rnaja bi liaval on.
Tiafceta, Fnlght rataa, ara., apply or orrlta to
Af at Atablan. T-p ka ft Boot. PiH.lt,
lira Id, l77 Jm. Ilrll.n.oia, I'a.
OTICH IO snX'Klllll.riKRSl
of the Clearfield Fire Brick Co.
A rbaatinic uf tbo rlu.ift boldorl ol Ino Claar
Bald t iro Brick Co., .Ill bo hi I I at lbs nffi -o ol
U. W. Snub, ob Wortuead.y. Jaa. W, IMIBt at
1 o'cloflk p. in., fur trie por.uauuf alaonuK Oiroo
tun 10 atrto fur lha ooauin Jrsr, and aitaodmit
10 aaub otbar bB.lnria aa aj l.t illy Auma batero
tbata. 0 W. SMITH,
CuarStld, Uao l, 1H77-1I. biKr.tir;.
Marr T. Borgar,
bi a or nail Iriaud,
Ib Iho Oonrt of Common
Flaaa ot Claartald Cu.,
I'a. No 4IHI, SVpt T ,
Aa alia, aaaimiwi Ib Ikli oasa havlni baaa ro-
tarnod aa. all raaaalua, But Ira la Sari B Rtf rot lo
Urfaadaal to optioar t tha ami Uuun uf Cum raon
Plan., to bo bald no Iba id Mondajr of Jannarj,
isrs, Bnrt aou. eaoia, 11 an; ao aaa, ajr IB. libal
liat .Buuld aot bo dlvuread.
ANDREW I'KNTI, Jr.
Mao. It, '77 St. r-barlO
QTIPIUNH COURT SALE.
Valuable Real Estate 1
- hy viue of en order of ifco Orpbana' Coart of
VlearBo de-mntt, l'ennTian,a.tbe anderalgned.
AdnlnitrateroftbaeaiaU of Juba Oler, latv
i Biooan towMhtp, Claarleld oowaty, Pa da
doated. will aall at pvSlie tata.ea
I Thurmlay, January 10, 188,
A t a'tloah p. tho f'dlawlftg da writ J K-al
Kttata. to wit t All tbat eertatn pleea af land
lltuate in Itloom lownahln, C'trarflrld ontintv. Pa..
hrte tided bv lao da t( Jubn Mtpbara, )r. Fatter.
rrang Urea It an. tf. r. aHeoaa, ooabilo.nf
8 4 ACHES,
Iter at leea. batiat ftheat ftarei reared and
U a gad vf ol aullmlM. Tlro la aaa 1 1
boaao andarft ftnd a mall ornhtrd Iherooq.
TItMi UP 8AI.li
Ona tbtrd af the pnrabaat amney to bo paid it
vgiiBjiiwi sj, am oHftias, ana in neieaev ie itre
onfti annual pavnienta, wild Intereai, la ba
t cured by bona led aiartgageo on the p ma lave.
Adia'r of Bstata of John Clear. Appealed,
rovett, Pa Pea. It, 1I7T 4t,
OH Si I SJ U lisi-i7k KV Kit V UKscsir
i..n 4tt? at,..-!,! at -hi" nth-
COAL I COAL!! COAL!!!
Tin- mimI. rdrqisl draina 1., Ii.f.iria lt. titlim,
af 1 l.irftl. iht ba ! pripurd la furtoah CoAL
of anrseellrul qnxlitj, l.i all nliooiay si va him a
nail, at a prl- iuitnltir Iwriba pn-jeulbanJliaira.
IU wi l lrbo. tea e4l fur flutir, li-rd. gr'SH-rb-r, Ao.
All ordrrr mil ri-ai-tvv. pru(a,.t ativbll .0 j h- 'In-
lima biaowaaiisl. TIHM a tiin'KKiT-
(tAl'TION. -Ni.'lo. la Banlia iraa hi all
psiauaa llei-aavd to parfuria Ilia narilaia
crrr::s;. But Ut Uisiry at; dauihlar, t'aruiin
Valliuiunt, shn ii a miin.r. submit in khoa-lsiiga
nr siiliMul. Au friait. 1'rsacbnr iir Juadoa wf
ilia V-. bn tuatrtsa bar in diirai(ard ot tbla
antiva. mil Incur Ilia full penaltiaa at tba law,
Said Canilioi Villimnnt ia but If years uf aga.
and I baratijr furn id bi-r marr a bll alia if
t a i ir. F. f ViLl.IKONT.
Fraaaballla, Pa , Daa. 19, IBM (I
fttllNlMTM ITOHM' NOTICi;.
Ktve ia bfreb fia th'l Lrtter of Ad
uiHiiflrMtion on la mate of H. H. LV 11. K.
Ift if liutntier t'Hy, Claarlleld Couni. Pa.,
de 'd, having hen duly grnDied to the under-'gnr-d,
all perMine ittdehu-d lo mid eiate wi'l
piea.ee mktt itnmviiale pa.vmeDt, aud ttiuee bv
uijr olnrtnt or Irtnatnl will prrMnl tbi-uo prupt-riy
Btuihenlleated fur aHtletneat without del v.
J. U. LYTI K,
A. V. T TK,
ChmrfirM, bre. &, 177 t Admttiia reture
lu ill' Orfbaina' Cu t of
la ilia mm ter of tbo
t:,raiOe d eooniy, ra
e-laiv uf Hew. Beoina,
The ubderaigned Auditor, wpuoinlrd hy Mid
('uritiu n-ke diiriiiatha of tbe he Untie re
utMiiilfig iq tbe hauda of iha Oaoiel Hfama, Ad
uiiniairitor, Ae., of aall doeeiiaod, ainMigat the
ariiM Ieg4lly antitlritl thereto, bereft givea
Holiov (but be will all lor the iiuriio-e Bf hia up
poimnjeii' at the uDlitnl MrKoaily A McCunly,
o llearntitl. in I III H'DA,, the 37TH It
UK l.Kt tWIIKH. A V Ihll, at f o'eiorh r .
U M A. HAUKKTY. Auditor.
lUo ft, l77 3l
IlLKSnK MIOTIC fclasa-iba folluoifg pr
A shio fa.ve Aietl, ia tn ulboe ol tbe Cirh ol
iu Cuurt Quttrtr aSeaina ul tjlearfleld oouBly t
ttieir pi-iitioiie and twuda lur lioouaee. at the Jan
uary aeaaiona neat, agieeebly tu tbo Art aj
Jockua Kiaeraon DuBuia
W. t Nipht.U.in, Uuboia
MilnmHi .-wiib H'oard top.
K J. lrauehnr ...tnraeuavttie
Mra hstrett tlullef.... Bultr
M. A MIsMie rtutni'sfKar.
tluward Weid U f H ,p.
6. K. Nuteeliue 'urwen-vilU.
Hw, .'orle DiiBtiia.
lubo CuleuiAu, Jr liuutid-ilo.
Jaowb Lftuti w
Hf. !1 Hi en lev DuBuie
Pvter B. Wwm UuH.ia
tivorge vVateuB ...-Hjuu late.
tVrtil.d fru tbo Heoord KlI BLtUM,
Ciea laid, Uw. ID, '77 i. ProthioUry.
Having parehaed tbe atoeh of Fred. Rack ft I
hereby g tve ei'tic tbat ba ia prepared to fnrnlh
an amiia 01
HEATING, COOK AND PARLOR
or tba betad.eiet fmp ved patterns, at vary
HAS Fl XT Lit EM.
lie ha elart on band, ft lot of HKArKP.Tfl.
CHANOKL1KKS and UAH LAMPS, ot all ainda,
t puitablo prirea. tla liinres urlered atabon
hoiioe, to auit cuat aera.
Alan, n complete aaiortneot of nanufas-toretl
Tin -were, to which be inn tea tha atttnliea
Pr ut part of Room No. 1. PIE'S OPERA
IlUt HK. JA-. L. I.KAVY. Proprtettir.
FrlKD. HAi'KR FT, Hai.C
Clearfield, tV, lit. 12, '77-tf.
HDHEY OF HOREHODUD AND TAR
FOR TH,p CURE
OapB, Cold I, Inflaana,
Bnathlag, and all Affauioai f the Threat.
Bronchial Tnbaa, and Lnagi, lead in f
This infalliltle remedy in cmnwird of t!
IIoneV rrf the plant lloithotimt, in clieiuic
union wilh 'I arIUiu, citracitil from tl
I.lfg PkINCIHE of llie freM lice A' '
iUij.Mf, or tl.ilin of (iile.nl.
The llnnr of Ilorrtioiind smntiM A
WATfKHS nil trritntinmnntl inflnmniniHiti1, i
the Tnr-ltalm ci.fanvm ami hvai.h tlictltt".
ami air panues kadi iir to llie lims. li
ad.litiniial inyre'tirnu kerp llie oi-ms ct '
moist, anil i healthful ad inn. 11 nn yr
uilice heen yntt from tryinR litis RrcM im-ii
cine of a futnout .ItKior whn lia s.nt-l tln n
tuindu of liven hy it 'in hi lurpc piivalc prrn ik.'.
N. 11. The i'ar lblm Una no twi iahk at
PRICES 50 CRNTS AND $1 VTM BOTTI.K.
Rmtt tavifig te auy larf aue
Tike's TMtlinrli Ilrop" Cure
In t Minute,
Sold by all Prucpistt.
0 N. CRTrTENTON, Prop., NT-
I bare tbuj day ov 1 my ttore to 8eoond atreet
to tbe room knownaa Wright'a Store. In eldltta
to tfct larga atoek now nn band, 1 havo raeelvad a
largo itoek ofnaw
Full A Winter oo1h.
Id all tht vatlcna atjtci af Dry Qooda, Met loot,
Trlmmlnga, Whit Qoodi, MUHarry 4 Fuoy
Uoodi, Carpet, Oil Clotbi, Wall Paper,
Aa Aa, It la my determinated te
oonMnua keeping good guU,
nl aall tham at tba loweat
And ebeap ttuf at ebaap prieea will not bo made
ptetalty here It li nnatoaaiary U tnamaraia
rtlelei or prlcoa, bat ya will tad pllea af foadi
aad prlcei to Iftit ft t) body, Mj tipmae) balp
ona-foftrtb wvft tb,y wefe, tan Mil at tba vary
' ARMKUDKR Till PLACR,
BIC00ND BTItSJT, CLIAiriRLB, I'A
TV- K, IITT-lf. .
TO I PATRONS
rpilt AI. l.lJr. Mil or o-aal ilua-n fir
I trial at tba ssanml wash of Jinaarr la nt of
Curt, couimonslug Al'isdav. January Slit. IB7S i
0 Ii Sdrnnnorrr. vs. I. C. Brannar Jr.
Oidann K Kinpnrta, va. Tbnlna Tsairr.
Utorga W. Cl ls-ll, ,,. A. 0. Fi'Uar.
Jatnaa W. OulhHa, va William II Lnnrsy.
Jauira U'ilitnliolluin. ri Hill A tllark.
draw II. Hill, ta Hill A Clark.
Jaw.L. UIU. Jr . II ill 4 Clark,
u.lwlsb A Nnl'lrss. t- Wmisttu A llaiw.
11 II ll.r.ir.1, M-llll. a II- ...
j. m.nitvr. vi HinikBi Hiper.
John j Adtiui, ra. Oim H. l'rieoll, et. al
rtMUB-iri A ttoni, x. IrMM (lesvitJWM.
W. H. Head A bro'a, va Hatnuel Murphev.
A. li. Mviln-m A C i. v. Willi. tn A Hag-r.
(Korg b it utiutatider, v. A. M M Clur t. al-
tfipord, lie 1 ! xv t'.U mt A. two.
Jamri . 'a'lt, v. Mc.wm A MeAribura.
Uillum tJibun, va. Ilirain M'Hlward.
U' ill lain A, I'oiitiua, . Arnold A Hart born
Andrrw Kli-fl, va J.ejjh M Miihb
Ja id K-ml. va J jih M. Himih
Vt illi-m M. poiit.ua, vi Arnold A Hartaborn.
Ja. MtKerbt-a A lm'r va L-trrni-. lilo-in.
Khl 11 LOO 4. I'm bonutary.
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To all Dtw fubtorlbrrf aid to all preacat tu
eriocra rvneeing their auoeripiiioa.
TUB DAli V PATHIOT
Will t-c leut at tba following raiea i
I ai-py, I tear, pi.alage pra-l-aid .$ 7 00
e-.ie (m oluti), is On
a H M M Z7 0i'
! " " aii tin
enp duriog tba (uraion f tbo Lvgula
tuia J OU
Will be atut at ibr to llow log raieat
I eo.y, I rar. purl age ptv paid $ Qi
4 toxica, 00
" ' II 01
la M U - .id UBS.
copy to feiier-upof elub 16 01'
All rdcra nuil be avoitotiiftnied bv the eaab.
eiiht-r b ettn-b or poet ottue urUvr ,
$6 00 WOK T H POU i Oft.
Any poiioii rrtnitHDg ua t-i.t 0 will Re-i one
c.p oi ti.e Vt BKatLT Peiitiur for -be y.-ar, one
'pv ol tba Am omica a AoMicrLTi ai-iT (tbe !!'
iitg a(rtvuiluut joumei iu ta U.utad aiier) for
oue tar, putu pweiege piJ. twd iu atiOit.ua a
Mkroaoupv. aucu ae baa liereioioie boeo Md lor
Tlllf PATHIOT BOOK OFFI E.
Hariog rxecuteu ihe Huta Piintiiig and bind
ing lor lurre jeavra. wk are orir0jl u oriot eud
ttiua lioolta, UgMiii,ea Hanittileia, lJtrct.ri. a.
rte., in boat aula ftd at loWtwt ur eoa. BLANK
HOUkd, auub aa jWeata, lAV-Uwoka. Lelera
miiU llulel Kegi leta a apeuialiy. Old tiooke re
b'Uud. Kapwielly lew rate for re-liindiog tina-d-y
bcbwol Linrerief, A-Mrea
eAihluT flULl-HINl CO..
In ll,l;7.4l H-rmbvirg. Pa
IIT OP JUIttIRt .Namea of the jurera
J drowu p.r Janaary Terta. A. D, IS78,
uiuiue.ieing op the Jj Moudav. (Hihi. aad u,
Oupliauo two wetka.
cnaxft ji av.
J. U Alllaon, Ruro,,liv,iT. II. Poroey, (irh.i,
Jai Milabrll. fleer Be Id
ti.W. Weaver. (Jur'a-illv.
rbo. liuoUp, Qwlieli,
tl.nuv.Bft, " .
Jaeob llulitsb, Lawranor,
K. J tSbotfluiir, "
Klward Uioom, Peon,
Wa, Curry, Pike,
Frank llolgrr, HnuUda'a
H F. Mrc kv, lleiwaria
A lei Uavj.laoo, Bill,
Joa. Wall, Buruaide,
Jaa r-mi h,
Lewi fie rd, Covington
t'emwH, nr., Pike
F il. MeCraukan, Frrg n t 8Ur Ubiua.
rttavBiiBB Jtrnoiii pimt watt Urn.
John LyitV, Clearfleld, l-M, P ..t elbwait. Drady.
B. F. b.ckli
ftatnnel tM ler,
kd. Iturctiflvld, H
J sva Wngley,
MatL OftlB. "
n. Ay ara, Bu'Bfld.',
A W Fry,
M W. MtKlwatne "
A. O Sti-inrr. Dwesvnr,
Crta Bil. Ferguaon
J aiab llenrr "
f KlllktR. (ffOahel.
Juo.hWreny, U aft lal
Ki t MUtcr,
W . A- t'riat, Oaeeoltv,
T. MeCruaaio, "
Albert riootf, Beeonrla,
W.W W,ll.4iiil, "
Am Jrllafl-v, Bell,
Win MflMnigtl, Ualich
syirttr tluei. tin ion
Peter Ptter-u.i. J.,fdou
P V. Cjutrtvt, Knb-tis
John Wittier a-, Kuoa,
John Mrryuanf '
0 II. Batrvif, "
1 ha. MrxTf. tint.
II. A. bill met, "
Kik- Buret Lsiwrenee.
41. U'Briiart.BraJrurd;. tl. Irwin.
ttenry Aareod, Brady. I U. F Wiibwm. Mjrrla.
"Wa. Uilliag, Ira rj barter. Pike
rnmp wuvpl Jaioee AiidriD, Union
J It. Bailry, Jobs l .n:b.j.lw4rJ
JobuMoe HatuiUa " I W. K. khoe,
ii. Kjluger. !U P. Uera.ai u
nttvirua juaoaa ieoD waac list
K'iaa HulTnar, Burnaide
J W. Lamborft, Cheat,
Jobn Addifa, '
Jobn Mulaoft, Cob-ingtOfl
A M lloov r, Decatur,
Kiflh'd Ph. II pi, M
Isirii Flvnn, Ualieb.
Ilarvev bwrnsn, Jor Ian,
A. H Hbaw, LMiwranae,
L C. Bloom, " :
Cid. Uaihtbmg. Clf'd,
K. Dreucfcrr, Cor 11
P. Cenieron, Hoelidl
Ue.ry Kiitira, Oreeda,
lNVid Meailioa. "
Jobn Hoaa. Waioeton.
John Huoff, Beeastn Ip
inooie il. h-il
Tim. Hunderiin -
ivi M. liMthart,
Uoorge Heae, Bogg
ibarlet King, '
nhar Hete, "
J R Hettsl, ,
i. II. Mew-rt, Bradford.
Win, Waring, Mnrria.
Onuratl Humel, "
. Clark. Bradv,
wiihaia n twlea, Pens,
Una' Heigboa, M
Aufuii Boy, Pittr,
))) Nuk-oi, BurOMdr
0 C. cibotT, vYoodwarf,
U M. YiufliD, i
SheriiTs Sale i
Bv virtue of writi of Ltwart Tieiaa, iaeaed
oat of the Coart of Common Plaa uf Oloar-1
be id ooantv, and to ma directed, there wil!
be otpuaed to pub lie aalo, at tba Court Hoiiao.
IB tbe borough of C leer 0 Id, oft Haarday, the
I2b dav of Januar , 1 87 d, at 1 o'eloek. p.m..
tba lollowing deieribed retvi eatate, to wit: I
A oertaift two or frxma dwelling noiite a.twitt e 1
m Lawieuor towtttblp. CtnarSuld o-untr, Peaa'a. I
on the lam rvcentiy purebaaod y 4 1-odnih iron I
Jama iii.f, aald tudlog Meg II teat lrnt on '
the ba'tjubaaaa rivur and at feet dep. Setaed ,
taken in eiecanoe, and to be a .id aa tbe proper tv
of Juba i. Bead,
Tbhmb np (.All.- Th pHe or bom a wblfh
the prepertv ah it I ha atmek off wiuvt he paid at ih
titae of aate, nr aaeh .Mber arrangeuenta m f aa
will Ka approved otherwise the pmpertv will be
tmtnediatvlv pot ap aad told ageia at thecipea'a
antt viae oi tna perenft fewnoej it waa attack off,
and whn, n e.ae nf dettclenov at innb ri nil,
Satl make g-Md the aama, and In no inatanoe
will tte Dred be preeen'ed In Conrt for fnnftrna
ttnn nnlaaa tha moffv la actm'tv naid to the
Sheriff A NDRKW PRNTZ, r..
Pnrairr'a Orrirn. Sherlf.
Claarlleld, Pa.. Dee. 19 I "77.
Sheriff's Sale. ;
BY virtue of aandry wrltt of Vn Kx I tatted
out of tbe Conrt of ('ammoi Pieaa of Clear-
held Co., and toaiedireflted, there will haeipoaed
to piihllrt aate. ftt the Conrt Hon, In the hot-oath
..f ClearOcld. on U Urday, th ltb day aj(
Jamaary. IHtrl, at I o'aoh, p.m tbe follow
ing Oaaertbt-d real aatau, to wit t
A certain trart of land altoate In lloual
korongb. Clearfleld fount? . Penn'a., one (of No 4
on the weat eoraerof eorg and Hnnnah elreer.
hut Mini bavtng been bnrns-d. Bonn -led eaat bv
tieorge atrw t, weat by an alley, ftonh hy Beaver
alley, fttb by Hannah atreet Heiael, tekrn In
aiernrfon, and to ba Bold aa the property of Chaa.
Alan, ft eertain treat of lead attua'e la Cbeal
Inwnahip, C'eaiierd oonntv, Penn'., oBtalnln
109 ftere wib 40 aerea eleared and having a two
emry tog nu. nam ann mns-r nut nutlTlni(a, wilh
swell brvhard, bounded aa folhiwai Oatbear h
hy Jobn M Wrtiover, on tho amal by Brrwa A
Kinna , on the touth by Wrj tjUKerta, and on tbe
wt hy Jonethaa VYatover- tfeiied, taken In
viMalion, and to be enld aa tbe property of Wta,
Vt vatever and Hilaa Weat over.
Alao. ft eartfti trart or land vltuftte In Penp
towns-hip, Cleatfletd oonnt.r, Prnn'a., enntaJMlng
about ae hundred aoroa, with about aeveniy vt
ar.a elrared. and bavtog arretad therenn a ,erg
Ira me barn, ft two it.-ry jtlank hoaa, atall orch
ard and ertber ant tail ding. Bundd on tha
eaat by land of A Hpenaer, oft tae west by K
Johnaon, ud tbe north by Cleaver, and enih hv
kteCreeken. Kelted, t-ko In eieoution. an to be
o.d aa the property ol David M Hpaooer.
Alao, aerr'am traet or Und alteve In B-ll
tnwaahtp, t'learneM a-.uaty, Pen a funded aa
lollowa, Un the anatft by a trtet, on the -at,
nanb and weat by laoda ( R. .Mhirfov, eonia.n
tng al out nna half more mora -r leta. havlnar a
larga hotel 40 by to vlib wing attahM, and alahle
aaa other oat tuiihnf arreted tharo Briaed,
tahm m tieanea. and to beaold aa the proven y
.B IsV.lu at TL . 1 '
A 10. all of the richL title ftnd Intsreat at Ika
Oelenilant, aeppoaed to bo tba nna uelividcd
e evi nth tart, in two eertain lote nf Bround siui.
ate In tbe borough uf C.rwaa-V.IU. Cuntv of
Clearfleld and Mate f Pent-at Ivaata, being
known aa Ibebieam Tannery lotatn aeid boioogb,
ppuaun ine ovtwriBea na ihimwii una lot he -giriBir
at ft boat on rbf aooihem ha ol right
RtaKrA to tbo 1 fyrona and ClearAtd
Hahway Compftli" ftnd the noriheeat InUraee-
tien f Bid right of ttay wiih Filbert aireot
intnro aoaia av ustgrea, aa peronea weat alonr
Vilbt rt alrtat 110 feat to a puat euruar at Inter
ve lea af Filbert atreet and ftU.y thenja
aomb tl degreea, 13 ptrehee. amt Ibu iVel to an
alley then ftoilh 14 diignt. 4 porrbe., eat
ri irei, nurf er te i tna al rtgbl ftt wy
it Ml eat It. said Bailrvadi lb' Bee along Una ol
id r gbt of way weateard IVI I I" it, ura
or Hu to p'aoa of Wglaaiag The oiber hit or
ptvew or irauftd, Wglamng al a p on aad
ai-vthr U-a of rlgbt away al Ita lattraertion
with wei I ere line ol rill-nt at ret-1 1 ibenee Weat-
vard by Hat ot right of w.y af Me4lroa4 IM leet
la an alley f tbeao along aaid alley aoutb SO da -groev,
40 ptteb'l weat 100 feet to npwalahl
eorner ob allay i thenoa tl.ng oat-v itreel, anb
(0 dtgrera, It ptrthe. Mat 190 fret to Filbert
atrvot j the nee arib 10 dtgreaa 41 parohra, an
awn a. iv ivei w iilb ril ol way uf aaid Mall
rone ana piac ui sogiftftlug auatainiag
ami Burl lit friar Wat. u. ..J
the taote Int or hiooa of Und eovveyrd by tbu
bain or Wm. In la, deeaaed to W. B. Whlta and
JeliB K. .Vhito by lrrd, aa! ierded la uj
moa lor recording or deed, la Vlcftrftald
eoaaty. Having tberena ervtfed a Iwga
Hieam TftMcry i Ave n vlt; larga bevtt thed
ta -.) d.iD kaaai aid mkar
build -atli-snsM'ld lhora.lt." ., ,, ,7
Alaimdnr 'I. Irna
ka aold aa iba propany of
A eerUift (rant af Und U Kn.t t-wn-
ahlp neerH,. WMifl tVan-ylrtnU, -,.rtdlt.0l
ta Iht north by ka l of t. 0 n'o-iia. aaMbt
ratan Ki.wee. mk hy Jr. hi M MJ
weat Uj UtnU ..f W.n a.il J Vh Celbem, . ,,
taming atr.ut ! $M-re( and h,rinr eh-.ai &0
wrrre -ienNi. mi itinai beiat;
as aa att4nt Uf
get.er wilb ft LatuTiDg oreba'd. rUtael ka la
eiB-cuttoa and lo be auld aa the proparty of P, A.
A lao, noertaln M of ground iHnate lo borough
of Hoiisdale. ClearRald eountv, Penn'a., on tna
anuibweat oiroer ef liood atreet and an aMy ba
wl V tfijiwo .. fri hk bA.l 4on aa
M No. 41 in aaid I -or.. ugh, with a threee alury
ly.. Urge atore booee, and all neaaaary imx
hulidiiiga. Bfti'd, lakrn In -x ouiiun, aud to be
aolj a tbe property of feofgo Uager.
Alan, a eertaio traet of Ita I aitatte la Baeearta
townohip. Clawrfl Id e-'umv. Pa., bounded and
draer -ted aa f'-Moaa t Bound, d eaat hy lilea H ip
tor plhe, anuib hy Ui.da ot Mntth et al. Weat hy
(und ut Ut-orjte lotta, and t.ertb by Und uf W H.
I'ieket'fl ra'ate, eontaioing abont SHu ae ret, and
having IHO acre el eared, with large bearing
'rrhar t lrg- fra b sate, bank barn and other
outbuilding ih-rwia Beite l. lete'i in ate cation
ami to la . at the property of B. 0 P4tehia.
A lao, a eertaio traot of Und B'taata In Qalieb
t'wnabip, ClearHald eomiiy. Pa., bxtfinning at
mapie no nar of M.tibew Mc'uM'f'a former aur-v,-v
thence hy land of Mai l hew Mef'nlley north
4 8 rfatfreeaeaat 140 perchea poat ( ibenee hy
reiidu of Lraol al BrnjaioiB Wilann tontb 41 oe
(trrea eaat 74 perehea to poat ; tbenoa by anae
"ii'b 44 degrea weat 141 pete bet to poat in tba
old lin ttn-uoe b land of cibaw 'onb 40 de-it-eea
we-t 74 pereha to plae of beg nning,
taming Hi aerea and S4 perrbe, and btvia 29
etna u leered, aud a tmall two alory hame boua
thereon er-ated. Belawl, taken ia ataeution aud
to be told aa tba properts of W. R tiaitih.
Alao, ft certain traot of land utae'e la Biotm
rnwoship, Ciisirl. Id county, Pa , ooniain ng a-al
Ml actee, with abom fttl aera clear d and tbe baJ
enen in wa-d land, having erected therea a larga
two- try frame houe, log barn and oiberou'
buiMltig, and good yonng t retard, bounded and
aubcriied u fullowai On tba' uorth by land of
Jaeb Uiiger, eaat by land of Mra Jobn Khmger,
anduib by fcrit turapihe. Beiard, taken ift
eierutionaod to he told aa tbe property of Geo.
Tikmb or 8La Tbe price or turn at which
tba proparty ahall ba atmek off mnat be paid at
the time of aala, or aueb a ber arrangement
wade a will ba approved, otberwite the property
will bo ia mad lately put np nod auld again at
tba expeaae and riaft. ol ine peraon to wboa it
wea atruek off, aod wbo, ia eeeeot dedeienay at
aueb re aate, ah 4 II make good tbe aarae, -od in
no maunoe will tbe Oeed be pretested In Court
lor Coobruitatiou uoleaa tha moo ay ta actually
paia lo tbe oberiff.
ANDUW KK-S TZ, Jr.,
Enaairr'a Orricn, I nbonir
Ciearneld, Pa., J.. 19, 1877.
By vlrtoe of tun dry write of Fitri Fnciau ia
aued oat of the Oourt of Commnn Pleat of Clear
field enunty, and to ma directed, there will W
evpoaed to pahlln amis, at the Court Houee. in he
hontiifb of Clearfield, on Saturday, the 1 2th dey
of Januarv IM7H, at 1 o'eloek f. m., tba fol
lowing deeeribed real aetata, to wlti
AH that ertain tratt nr pi tee of land altua'eiw
Tbeat townabip. Clearfleld eiuoty, Penn'a bound
ed north hy land (4 8olnmoa Toter, west by Cbear
Crek, fulb hy landa af Jt.natbfta Pleree hvlre.
OBiainlngfortyaeretmoranr laa Se'teid, tttkew
in eteeutlon, and to he aold aa the property of
Margaret Auiaa and J. B Amoa. e
1 Alio, ft eertain tract or pieoe of lanl In Bell
tow..hip. Clerfild oenotv. Penn'a.; rxiovided
and detr-riWd aa tdlowa i Boanded on Iho eaat,
north aad aoutb, hy Undt af U. L Reed, and on
w.m by land of Kneh Milter, eonteli.ing one haa
rired a.-rea and bating about twentr-five acrea
el a red nd undv ealtivation, and ha, tag o. two
atory frame houae, IR by 31 feet, ftnd a log kern
ereoled thereon. Beiird. taken In eteeution and
to ha told ae the property ol Thuiat J Butter.
Ala i, ft certam tract of land tifuated In wod-
ward townth p, Cleetfield county, Pa. Bounded
on ibe eaet by landa of Muahaan a Leal and
Lata ber Company, on tha nnh by am wejt by
ame and toaib by tame, Oontaioing 102 aerea,
a to at 80 at rra cliarert, aith tmall log II oae and
log barn. Cviiea, taken la eteratioa and to be
aold aa tbe ptoperty of Woi. Karl.
Alao, a certain lot or piece of Ground In the
Boron jb "f eeila Clearfield onu'ity, Pa., bonnd
ed and described at loll wi Boon le i emt by
lot oi MKheel He . ford weat by lotoMleo Boalinb.
aooth hy lot of Jnne .wigant, md nonb hy Hale
atreet and being 60 Ivet Irunt on llele atreet and
Ion Iret uaep, auJ having tberwa ereeted a two
alorv tuie h-.aaa l$'lt leet, and kitchen at.
at bel Hi It) t.et alao, a frame Kabte 18x24 feet
and otbi r Kuthutlrting. Heited, ttaen in xtscu
tien end to he a Id aa ihe property of S. J. Myr
tle d tieorge B a left.
Alao, alt that eertala piece or lot of ground ail
ute, ling aft I being ia tbe burma of Uaeeola,
in the eountv ol Clearfleld and fiiaia of Penn'a.
bnoded and dvavribetl aa follow, vu i Fronting
on Curtio atreet, in aaid b .r-.ugh ifry feet, on 'he
eeat hy lot of Beojitaaie Mwe.gavt, eee huateed
aod ttdy tftit, on lb north by oibvr Undt t.( said
Hwcigart. and en the e-at by ibc em bevalrd.
and Buy feet. It being part of a larger tm ol;
Und nbteh Thoaiaa F Boalleh and BliaahwU hit.
wile, eunveyed to Sltcbaol Bandlord mm having
tftereuii areetwd a large frama betel atuihli ig an 1
atuall abop aad otavr oi building, deite I, takew,
In exeeutioa, afti to be tuld tu the property of'
Neil Dougherty. .
Attn, all (hat eerUin pleea or Int of ground tit"
ante in Mimtop'a addition to Clearfleld bnrougfi
t'learfleid county, Pwan'a boanded and daerihe.lu
at lollowa : Beginning at a neat aoutheait
eomer of tfalnut and Intrd atreetB, thetoa ia
aoktherly dlrertioa aloag Thud ttreet. noe ban
drxd and twelve feet to a twelve foot alley ) thenee
In an easterly directio aloog aaid alley in a liar
parallel wnb Walnut ttrvwt, forty fcet to ft poat ;
lbs-nee In a nurtherlv dircethia on thlton Mrallei
witb Third atreet, eoa handr4 an if twelve froC
mora or I rat te a poat on Walani atreet j tbenee ia
a weaUrly direetioa alung Walnat atreet to th
plaoa of beginning; having thereon erected one,,
two tt-ry bouaa liomingia Walnat ttreet, nndt
two houtct frufttiftsf on 1 bird atreet, and Beeeary
oat bmldingt. baited, taken in execution, and to
be tuld aa the property of John B ineifer.
Alan, all ihnte fnnr eertain lots nr Die o'
grownd tituata In tha horoagh of Carwentville-
vienrneld O'ojitly. PennV, boon led and deaerihed
a folUwa, via: Betiaaiftc ftt the oomer of PiU
brri end (lerge atreeta, raining northward along -Pilhert
atreet ((.b tbe eatt tide of aaid atreet,) two
bondred and fhry feet tn atreet kn wn at Mtx -well
or High atreet t theaoe la aa cat t ward dime
tion along aaid etreH, one bandred and ninety feet .
to a tentv-IW alUy f theaoe along -aid alley in
a tou'hwatd direction, two hundred and forty feet "
to tim.rge ttreet ; thence went ward along aaid'
atreet, one hundred aad ninety feet lo the placa of
beginning, and having tberen erected a larga
pi en i o. mil, hoard ahedt. board kiln and aece--aary
building, wih a large ttaam angina ; abiagte
mill and varioat od working mao-' inert belong
ing to taid planing ml'l. Sotted, taken In ee -a.
tion, and tn be told ftt tha property or A. H Irvin,
A W. C Arnold
Alt, ft cert a! tot of ground iltaate ia ffetU .
lluo'iiUle, b-iundt d on iho eatt bv Undt of A
J. Flick, vlst Beginaiex at aat, worthwett
corner or lot No. l, WeH Houttdalv t tbrftee
. tnath 4h 4 greaa, wet h l iee a pott ; tbeto- ea
tbo ftnuth SB feet fn eeatre tin of vailtwitdf.
toutn s greet 4J psrvhet. weat 191 keel, aaU'
wartlly S3 Iret from aaid eentre lino 104- fealr-to m
poat t thence na tbe weat h land of Uanry rsanla
hary, aortb 4S degree, east 740 fee to-a poet;
tbenee on the north by townhtp rtaad muth W
dr greet, eaat 16(1 feet. IB plaea o beginning end
known aa lot No. II, im the getter! plan of Weal
Houtidale, having a two-aiary fame bouaa and
tmall alBtble e reeled tlMrrauB. Setaew, taboo Ib
vneution and to ba told aa tbo property of
Michael Kearney. .
Alao, a eertain tract af Und, beginning at a
poat on the tout beta t toraer of Reed atreet and
"1 tveaao, in tbe vllUgeor Moult'laUi theone
aon a.td avenue n"nb S7 degrw eat 14i feet
to Oner ftiley tbenee tooth 63 degreee weat oft.
f-el ta 0 i tbenee taib 17 weal I&0 fert to
H-ed tiieet. tbenee aortb 03 dagroee weat ift fbett
along Heed ttvert to port, the pJ of begiMiiagi
and known at let Ne. 244 ia the general plna of;
aaid tillage of North llouttdelet having erwotod.
on aid M a two atory halldtng ftigb'mw featt
wtde, ahd tweniy four IV et bag, and Isteea feet
bgb heited Uken iaeieewiia and te ba aeldi
at iha pr party al A, U. Bsuiyar.
Alao. ft leant uf land titae la ta Unl Uwo- ,
ship, beginning at a b.-in look t tbenoo Berth IMt
perchea, Mora or leta to ft poet ; thenaa weal 9th
perches la hrmloek thence a-. nth 110 perohee to.
a atonej thence eatt nlavtv attM parenet to a,
hamUok aad plaee or beginning, aoataiaing U
a-n b. more or hae, being tbe amine plaoa or tract
of tand which War B. U II and Mary J., bit wtlo,,
oi-Bvayedia J. R Arnold by Deed bearing data,
of tba I8ib day of Ueeember, l0?T.aad tweerdodi -at
CUarfleld.tn ved Bok V.U 0. page I90
Alan, another traat plane of land la ae.ee town-,
abip, bounded and described ea foliewt i Begin
nn at nnat,benca weft hv taad of ft. I 11.!,,
now J W. t foaser, 70 parehra In a poat-i (Wnpe.
north Iftdt of lha abov dtacrlbed treat T4 I-I0i
p. rehea le a p tl tbenaa emit f 1 1 pethea m a.
poat i tbeaea -sfcb hy Undo m B, F Harloy Tin
Verchtaieapoai and plana ol haginftka, aohtola
iag a I aert-t and t9 perehrt, sura er lea. bring
ania irat of Und winch J. W Cleueer eortveveJt
ta J. R. Aiaokl hy aed hearlag data or tha 10th,
dy nf Jane, N;a. aad recoided at Clear rield iw.
Deed B ok Vol. ft page 107.
Alao. a lot or piece of ground tituata tn Reek
ton, LluVaft towothlp, Clearfleld enunty. Pa., da
teribs-tl and hadel at rotlluwt t Be ma lag at ft
pfat aad theaoe aoutb by Und af & H Hmb eh ar
ia pawebaa io ft -tone i thenaa weal hy toad af la
vid Watty 0 perchea to a Bfci, thoaee Berth a
drgroea weet by Und of Baitd Wetv 1 pevebt ta
ftatoaeal Maia atraati theaoaaaat aUng aaid Malm
etreot 8 810 parahM to plaea wf begiaaing, eoa
taining ta per.ea, ntre er last, and having a
large Cbftteft and aa old Oahoed bat thavrea.
lit it'd, taken tn eieoutiea and to ba ald at lbo
tro(wtiy-f I, R. Artt eld.
A lew, a eertain traMefUnd ei'aale la Leerenee.
lewnahip, Clra.fleld com my, Pa., twaMViad aad,
de-eriha.1 at M owt t On tbo eaat by tonda of Ham
Bel ilnyd, tou h by landa of Joba Mo-re, weH hy
laada ol Ja- Irwla, m tba nwrta by laada or Ua- ,
vid Lanaharry,tontalaing 18 nervw aad having T
arree ekared ana under eativattea. aUlted, tab-
ea la eieauttoa, ft Ate be teld aa tha property of
Tavaata or B lb. The a rice or tarn nt which,
lha property thai! ba atnmk of meat ba paid ah
lha lima of nib, er tech at her arrangement
made aa will be approved, etherwlee the prepet
t wtll ba Immediately pot ap and told age! a aft
tne eipenaa ana ilea oj ana
parte a to wbeta IW
"eh reatle, ahall eve he good tha aama, an
tha Deed ba neietaita la Ooarh
'V waaflrmatloB nalee tbe naewey le aetwaUji
r' anvnww ranitr.
Baaatrr a orncw, t I
Claarfltld, 10, lUfT. I