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Oioroi B. Goodlandir, Editor.
WIDNISDAT MORNING. AI'KIL 14. 1IB0.
Reader, If yo want to know what If Roll); OB
ll th basifleea world, Jutl rood our advt rtiitBg
oolomno, too 8p4timl oolumn In pertloular.
MAXIM FOR THE OAV.
No row worthy tbo offlee of Prtfldent thould
let wtlltnor to hold ll If ooutod to, or pitted there
by to; (rood. I'. 8. Oust.
I oould never nnvt boon reeonolled to thi ele-
TOtloB bv tbo ttnalleit Bid of mint of B ptrSOtt.
howtvtr' rtf ptcttblt 1b private Itfo, wbo bui
fororer tarry opos hla brow tho lUfflp of fraud
Irit triumphant la American biatorj. No sub
sequent nation, tnwevar ntritortoB, eon wash
away tba la tiara of that roeord.
Cbablbo Faiaeia Adams,
I would rathar barf tbo endorsement of aquar
tar of B mil Hob of tba AmerteaB people than that
of tbo Louisiana Returning Board, or of tba Com
mission whith excluded tba faotf and dacided
tha euestiQ0 OB B technicality.
Taoa. A. HrsnmrKl.
Tadfr tba forftl of taw, Rtttberford B. Haras
hat beoa declared President of tba Uolted Stataa.
Hla titla roata opoa disfranchisement of lawful
voters, tba falff aertifloatet of tho returning ofl.
eert anting torroptly, and tho deciflion of a oom
missina whiob baa refuted to hoar evidence of al
leged fraud. Fur the lint tiaaa ara tba American
people confronted with the faot of a fraudulently
elected President. Let It not bo undemtood that
the fraad will be silently acquiesced Ib by tbe
country. Let no hour past la whiob the uaurpa
tins la forgotten.
AoDBtea or Dbmocbatio M. G.'b.
Obo bandrad years of human depravity aoeu
aiotatod and ooooealrated into a elimex of arilna.
. Never again in flvt hundred yeara kball they have
an opportunity to repeat tho wrong.
Dasibl W. Vooaflxas.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COM
MITTEE FOR WO.
SOB. A TWr. MKMBBBB.
Buroiide B'r. Cbarlet B. Patriok,
Clearseld " fmM V. Wileon,
Corwenev'a " F. 1. Thoaipaon,
Hontidala " Patriek Dunn,
Lumber C'J" Uaalel W. II lie,
Newnwrc " Iiaec Markle,
N. Waib'n " Or. A. 'J. Bennett, X. WaibingUo
Oaroola "H.A.Campbell, 0-teola Hillt.
Walleoeton Oea. W. Kmigh,
Beecana T'p. David Bear,
Brll ' John M Kotn,
Bloom " William Llnee,
Boggi " liaae Beiib,
dluri: Oanlel llteben,
" John Weever,
Moaheu .. .
" Jorepb 11. Brelb, WaabiDgton.
" F. II. Cnodrlel, 1'reoobville.
" Jaoob F. Steiner, Tbilipiburg.
" A. A. Bloom, alarron
" John NewiTooib, Gilliogbem.
" John A. L. Flegal, Liok lion Milll.
" C. W. Kvlar, Urahamtou.
Oreenwtod " John A. Rowlef, Marrou
Oulleh . " Jaiuee Flyno, Smith's Milll.
Ilurrlon " H. L. lloraiag, 1'eolield.
" Br. K. A Crenwell, Anionvillo.
" Oeorge Heckendorn, Sell Lick
" Cnrad Baker, New Millport.
" Clark Brown, Clearfield.
" D. H. Warning, Morriedale Mines.
" MsrtiaM Klynn, Urampian lltlls
" Samuel Addlriuan, Curwenavilla.
John M. Trnxell, IloHoli
M Hruben H. Laborde. Korkton.
Woodward " William Lnlher, Mailora.
Da. J. P. BIRCIIKIKI.D,
Cbairmsn, Olearfleld, Pa.
W. E. Wiiui t, Secretary, Clsarleld.
Senator Davis, now tbe richest man
in West Virginia, was oneo a railroad
Not Wiiuiity. Senator-elect Ma
hono, of Virginia, the railroad "bosa"
of that State, who defeated the Con
anrvativoa, weighs only ninety pounds.
An exchange aas that Colonel itob-
ort Ingersoll will lecture at Washing
ton next Sunday night on tbe subject
"What must I do to be saved ?" It is
ubont time for Boh to cast bis oye in
Nebraska bae elected aTildoB deleeatloa to tbo
Democratic Natleaal Convention. PKtmdilyki
Well, what i there in that? Tbe
aame State ia aura to furnish tbe Radi
cal nominee three Klectora. There ia
no nae of boasting about delegatea to
the National Democratic Convention
It Is Klectora we want; and tboae sec
tions which are unable to furnish tbe
realities of Buoceas, nood not put on so
Who Is Senator Wallaaa'a candidate for Presl
deotr This if a qBeetioo that If disturbing tbo
minds of tba Demuerecj In this nsck o' woods"
at present, isit Beiaru, Uaoeoet or Wallace.
Yea I More : Wby do yon concern
yourself about that matter? Ton will
not vote for cither ot them. Again :
Yon art for JSlaine; but Cameron baa
directed yourvote to be cast lor Grant I
Would it not be well enough for yon
to regulate your own political family
and let ours alone r
A Uuhinisb Spiica. On our first
will be found tbo recent speech made
by Senator Wallace, relating to tbe
1'ostofHco frauds committed by those
insido and oatsido of tbe Department.
A perusal of tbe Senator's remarks
will give the reader an insight Into
the workinga of that most useful, to
the people, of all the Departments of
the Federal Government, and should
tborelore be kopt intact in all its apart
ments. That "Rebel Key," we have
no doubt, learned something to bis ad
vantage by tbe Senator's remarks.
Those Fooa Acts. Four of the five
fugitive riot-bill bribors, Salter, Hum
, berger, Potroff and Crawford, appear
ed in Harriaburg on Monday, tbe 6ih
Inst, and delivered themselves np to
tbe Sheriff. They were put in prison
for a brief space and then brought be
fore Judge Pearson on application for
a renewal ol tbeir recognisance to ap
pear for sentence at tbe next term of
Court. After some argument by the
' attorneys on oither aide the Judge
, granted tbe application and tba four
prisoners regained their liberty until
tbe 2Cih Inst. Kemble did not make
his appearance, but why is not stated
Trifling with justice in Ibis grave runt.
tor won't be excused ; but we still fear
, that the criminals will get away.
Go to Work I We again eall the
attention of our readers to tbe fact tbat
tbe next eession of the Legislature will
'. be one of tbe most important ever
held. Tbe Bute will have to be ap
portioned for the election of Judges,
Members of Congress, Senator! and
Representatives for the next ten yoars.
There will, in addition, be a revision
of the revenue laws, and other weighty
. public matters to determine. A Uni
ted State Senator for the term of six
' years will also be olected to succeed
Senator Wallace, whose terra expiree
od tbe 4th 61 March, 1881. It will be
noticed by this that a large Hold must
1 becultivated to reap a full crop. There
lore, let every Democrat put on tbe
harness and work a be nover worked
before. Then, and only tbeu, will
auoceai crown our efforts.
Tbo editor of the lliurintMirgWriW,
in alluding to cunvnl tivonUt, (in the
I'rvoldi'ntial iitifotinii, irtipt'rly ro
"It in ij(ottMl tint Stilton li kr Iowa,
Ncbrank, UinnoRotft and lli mujority
of lliu New Kngland Statro might not
to 1)0 Iimi forward in introduc ing and
advocating a camlidate lor the l'nmi
doncy, Nona of aUmio can poilly
cant a Mingle electoral voto for tbo
Democratic nominee and it would be
the part o( modoaty in tho dologationa 1
from such Slates to defer soinuw bat to
tbe choice of the delegations from
States which are certainly Democratic
or doubtlul. While we class Pennsyl
vania among the States which uro de
batable ground, wo aro willing tlint
Indiana, Now York, Now Jorsy and
tbe Southern States shall indicate tho
candidate. Those Suites will furnish
tho electoral votes necessary to insure
the eloction of a Democratic President,
and while the delegations from other
States to the National Convention
ought not to submit to any dictulinn
from them, the wishes and opinions ol
the delegations from thosocortain Dem- in any land. A Court of Equity tan
oorutic or doubtlul Stales ought to not enjoin on tho giound that tbo
have great weight with the National
Convention In tbo choice of a candi
date In 1870 such Republican rotten
boroughs as Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska,
Massachuscts, Vermont and Rhode
Island absolutely dirtntod the nomina
tion for tho Presidency. They were
the authors of the Iliad of our woes.
Tbey introduced into tbo National Con
vention at St. Louis the personal poli
tics which has been the apple of dis
cord in our party. The influences
which brought about that condition of
things are woll understood. They are
amattorof common notoriety in politi
cal circles. It is apparent that they
are again at work. Tbe ocrliiin lie
publican States are sending the Hume
sort of delegations to the National Con
vention which in 187(1 wero the au
thors of failure and disaster. It is high
time tbat tho Democratic National
Convention should be no longer con
trolled by tbe Representatives of States
which are unablo to cast an electoral
vote for the nominee. Let tho will of
the Democratic and doubtlul Slates be
asserted with emphasis at Cincinnati
and it will certainly be respected."
Oua Comfrrcncx. The Senatorial
conferees of this district will meet in
Bellefente, on Friday, April 23d, to se
lect a Senatorial delegato to tho Stato
Contention. The conferees are:
( John F. Weaver, Clearllrld,
Cl.KAsnBt.ti, I Thorn
nomas smith, Aneonville,
. W. Poller, karlbaus.
I Hon. 0. Quigley, Beech Creek,
Ckiarov, ! W. W. Rankin, Look Ilsren,
( Dr. K. lleoknlea, Sugar Vallry.
I J. 0. Ha
J Oeo. K. I
( J amos A
A. McClain, Miloiburg.
The IfiifcivMn, in alluding to tho
fact, assumes this at'.itude :
Wa presume there will be but litlleccetest over
the selection of a delegate, aa 11 is justly eoocad
ad that Centre la entitled to the appointment.
I'learneld navlng natl Mr. Wallace at rittrourgn,
in ISIS, and Clinton having bad Mr. Hippie at
Harrisbori, In 179, ll is right and proper that
the delegate be given to Centra tbia time.
We presume if it were possible to
elect a third Judge and a second Sena
tor, the same wail would come np
from those two conntios, because Sen
ator Wallace bad been in the State
Senate some eight or ten years ago.
Modesty seems to be one of the lost
virtues among onr Centre and Clinton
county friends. Give them all the
Judges, a Congressman, Senator, and
everything else, they would still claim
the delegate to the State Convention.
Tbe more that some men get, the more
"Evirtthino Lovilv." Our neigh
bor and friend, Sansom, of tho Indiana
Democrat, it known as tbo "pbnnny
man" among the editors of the Juniata
Valley Pi inters' Association, although
bo resides in General Harry White's
Valley of the Kiakiminetas, and after
the improvement of that great river,
so aa to admit ships to come np from
New Orleans to Cressnn, tbe subject
that lies nearest to bis heart is the
success of tbo Democratic party, and
to tbis end be wants to make "every
thing lovely," and then, on bis own
account, be remarks In this way
"The editor ol tho Pittsburgh Tost ia
satisfied that all or nearly all tho dele
gates to tbe Democratic State Con
vention ara for Tildcn and anti-Wat
lace, and that the Convention is to be
assembled for tbe sole purpose of en
dorcing 'Uncle Sam,' Sam Randall and
tbe Pittsburgh Post. On tbe other
band, the Harriaburg Patriot ia aatitv
fled tbat all or nearly all the delegates
are opposed to Tilden, tbat bo does
not stand tbe ghost of at chance and
that Mr. Wallace will be fully endors
ed and vindicated. Now, gentlemen,
since we bave come to an understand
ing about this important matter, 'let
us have peace.' "
A Crimk. Several of our exchangee
during the past week ,bave contained
posters inside of the papers ; circula
ting them, no doubt, for the benefit of
advertisers. This kind of work is a
criminal offence. There is an act of
Congress which imposes a fine ol five
dollars for every such circular or pos
ter so sent out. Ilowover, if the pub
lishers of papers see fit to run this
risk we will be content for tbe time
being; bat if continued, we will for
ward tbe next samplos to the Post
master General for inspection. We
nopo the profession will refrain from
openly violating tbe act ol Congress.
Fis.il. The extensive planing mills
connected with the llarrisburg Car
Works were destroyed by fire on last
Saturday. Loss $40,000 ; partly cov
end by insurance.
The heart was burned out of Petro
leum Contra, Venango county, on Fri
day last. More than 120,000 worth of
property was destroyed. It waa at
one time one ot the leading citioa In
the oil regions.
Wilmington, North Carolina, had a
12.1,000 fire on the same day.
It will be observed that the fire
fiend ia not like the Radical loaders
olio Standard of last week says: "The
most Rev. Archbishop of Philadelphia
baa announced that Provincial Coun
cil for tbe Ecclesiastical Province of
Philadelphia, which comprises tbe en
tire State of Pennsylvania, and it made
up of this Archdiocese, of Pittsburgh,
Scranton, llarrisburg, Erie and Alle
gheny, will convene on tbe fourth Son
day after F.aster, April 25"."
Kia JITS OF A JUTHtMKST
Tlie .Supruuie Court baa delivered
another ileeinion holding that a credi
tor who baa ohtaiirvd a judgment can
levy on and any real rautu which
bo thinks the debtor ban an intercut
in, onli'Na in cam wbon the barm
done the debtor cannot be remedied.
An the purehaner buy only the inter
est ut the debtor in the real cmitto,
whatever it way be", r,Tr 'haVr.i eji, bo!
,i,.r,., i .-.it-.. I., m... tu--. I
viu,llll. ..(.nee., ill ,,1.11 mix, .
Catharine Wiser bought from her
brother, J. W. .Mutthews, a lot at 8th
and Venango streets, Philadelphia, and
upon which sho ciuimn that sbo subse
quently oreutod a house. On April
10, 1877, John Droff obtained from
Matthews a judgment note, which ho
entered up, and on Oct. 11, '7!', levied
upon the property in question. Mrs.
Wiser asked for an injunction to stop
Droll' from selling the property; but
tho court below refused, and now tho
Supreme Court alllrms this decree and
says : A creditor who bus ohtuinud a
judgment has a clear legal right to
levy on and sell his tlebtor's interest
debtor has no title or interest. Tbat
would he to draw (o itself a question
which belongs to a' common law tribu
nal and would deprive tho party of tho
constitutional right of trial by jury.
Tbe question oan only be fouled in
ejectment by the Sheriff's vendue.
Tho only apparent exception to this
Is when the property of a married
woman is levied on for tho debt of ber
buaband, but that rests on the con
struction of a statute.
A I.ivki.v RfToBT. Tbo editor ol
the Holliduyshurg Standard, in allud
ing to the recent huppenings nt Alton
na during the selection of delegates to
the Domocratio State Convention, per
tinently remarks: "Perhaps it is not
fair to hold the wayfarer who is tem
porarily editing tbe Altoona a'un to a
rigid account lor his statements. Cer
tainly a 'bird of passuge' liko him t on
not be presumed to know tbo attitude
of the Standard toward public men.
But when he accuses us of being un
der the control of Wullaco and his
friends he makes a tine display of his
ignorance, pardonable under the cir
cumstances, since during the pant few
weeks we have boon defending Senator
Wallace against the attacks ot Migrates
wbo haveucccpted lavorsat bis bands
only to turn upon bim with stinging
words of abuse. We bavo done tbis,
not because we bavo uny inorilinute
affection for Senator Wallace, who is
not even a subscriber to our paper, but
becimso we have become thoroughly
disgusted with the course of the politi
cal curs who hang upon the outskirts
of the Democratic camp, and over
year, just previous to tho mooting of
the State Convention, set np a pro
longed and united bowl against Sena
tor Wallace, whose chief sin seems to
be that he is in ollice and they are
A Good Lick. Tbe editor of the
Clinton Democrat hits some fellows be
low the belt in this way: "It is an
nounced that Mr. Wallace and his
friends are trying to get control of the
State Convention to carry it against
Tildcn. Hence we bavo a terrible
bowl against him as one who is doing
a great wrong, and abuse ia heaped
upon his devoted head. Hut those
'other fellows who are working for
Tilden, do not regard the part they
are taking aa anything but tbe right
thing. It is no barm for them to ad
vocale Tilden, but it is a crime for Mr.
Wallace to advocate Hancock or any
other man. It seems that they deny
him the freedom of political action
which belongs to every citizen, and
claim for themselves tbo right to do
as they please. Tho whole extent of
hit offense is just this exorcise ol politi
cal freedom, and it it bad been in ae
cord wilb tbora, instead of against,
there would have been no words of
blamo for him." ' Thoso fellows as
sume that tho Senator has no rights,
except tho right to bo assailed by
blackguards and political whelps.
Jaw irr Nixt. Tbo Cincinnati En
ijuirer, although slightly tor Hancock,
is trying to get up a "boom" for Hugh
J. Jewett, an ex-Congressman from
the Buckeye State, in tbia way : "Han
cock is the only Democratic candidate
besides Jewott whose prominence has
lately increased, and Hancock's growth
has boon spasmodic and in spots not
steady and widespread aa Jewett's baa
been. Some of Jewett's strong points
are bie probity, bia soundness as a
Democrat, bis executive ability, bia
financial standing and bia clean politi
cal record. Jowott has been in politics
enough to give him the prestige of a
publio man, and has been out long
enough to overthrow any charge that
is a political back. He ia eminent in
hiabuainess. He is above the ordinary
political methods. There is no man in
althar-party Hi to Is Prowlelont who
can better afford to be indifferent to the
office than Hugh J. Jewett." , .
Short asd Sharp. The editor of
that "slow coach" the Philadelphia
Ledger tn alluding to the conduct of
tbe Lancaster Judge, says: "If the
Supreme Court shall afHrm Judge Pat
terson's (Lancaster) decision - disbar
ring two attorneys of bia Court, wbo
are editors ot the Lancastor lnteUigen
err, because as editors they harshly
criticised bis judicial acts, it will be
notice to all practicing lawyers to keep
out nf no wepsper alliances. TTieymust
keep out, or print nothing but what is
agreeable to tbe Judgea, or be in read
inesa to be thrown over the bar." The
real question now before tbe people is,
shall this thin-skinned Judge suppress
the press, or shall the press suppress
bim? We are satisfied at thit dis
tance fiom the scene that he is an unfit
man for the beech, and the sooner he
ie bustled ont ol bia place the bettor.
Patterson, resign I
Too Much Fcas. An exchange, in
alluding to a West Point school affair,
It aearlne ta lack as if rather tea much fasf was
being matta over ths Begro eadet Wbiiaker. It
woald be a llltle mare dlralled to await the re
sult ef tba Inuulrv as to whether he has really
lea tbe victim sf an eutragt borer asking a
aalional matter f tho aflair aad railing on the
President lor a special message aw tbe subject.
Many a wbito boy has been "har-cd"
in that institution, and yet it never at
traoted the attention ol Cot. greet or
the Commatvler-iu-ChW. Why pat
on so much style f 1 t the Profetnwrs
attend to that matter, and let Congress
attend to its own legitimate business.
KKllEF lOIt IIIELAXD.
IV Committee al l.aige lor Icar i
Held futility recrlfiilly retiei. hIiouM be dinbearlened ami diHtoiirug
10 imliliah tho lollowing arlielo Imin j I havo asked again and again
the pen of one of the Sew York 'Vr-I wnal ,rrl il0jP wretebednciw in due
aid Heliuf Committee, now in Ireland,: t0 Intenmerance. lam assured that
and who write from what he actually
aaw. Tbia Committee pnaiused in
their address to the people of the
county, when they appointed district
Committees, to furnish to each a copy
ol tbo New York Merultl, showing
the nunrk.ur of jwnplo. in waul their
respective disli icw ; but wo were una-1
but to L'Ct tbe lutpei's from tho news
dealers, or the office In New York.
Home of the townships and boroughs
bavo responded promptly and very
liberally, and the umounl now on hand
will be lurwurclcd ul once tnrougii me
Herald Relief Committee, believing
thut to be tbe safest, surest and tbe
quickest way to reach those in actual
Wo sincerely hope tho Committee
in the townships and boroughs that
hnvo not yet reported any donations
will be moved by tbe fuels in the fol
lowing letter, and go to work at once
and procure u liberal contribution from
thuir respective uistricls. there may
bo a few persons who pretend to be
lieve there is no want in Irulund; but
bow can any charitable Christian
people, alter reuding the appeal in this
letter Iroin one of their own cilisens,
close their eyes, their hearts, and their
nurses, and nay there is no want or
sutl'uring in that unfortunate country,
and aim n-luse to cuntritiulo a mite to
save human lives from tbe most horri
ble of all deaths Unit ot starvulion 7
A. W. Waltkus,
.1. M. Stiwart,
W. M. Shaw,
Frank U. Harris,
THE FA Ml HE IX 'J HE LA XD.
VIHlTINf I THE STARVING. PRO I'I.E SCENES
OF ABJXl'T UlsERr AND S1CKENIN11
SQUALOR "THANK OOB, AME
RICA HAS NOT FOROOTTIN
The Itov. George llepworth. one of
tbe Now York Herald Relief Commit
tee, makes the following report of tho
condition in which be found the starv
ing people of Ireland. It is a vividly
told story ot want and woe :
It is easy to understand the causes
of tho present poverty. The people
have had three bad crops in succession ;
things bavo beon growing worse and
worse until tho almost utter failure ot
crops last year brought them to the
verge ot starvation. 1 hey huvo noin-
ng to plant a want which the uritish
Government will supply hy the loan of
seed potatoes on very easy terms.
They have nothing to eut, a want
which you have youisuhes so gener
ously helped to supply by gills wuicn
1 am sure you will supplement by other
gitts when you know what is tho real
stale ot tbe case. In order to under
stand tor myself the condition of uf
fuirs, I spent a few -'uys under tho
leadership of Colonel King llarman,
covering about thirty square miles on
the first day and over forty on the
I visited a lttrge number ol sinull set
llements on the west bank of the Shan
non, in the counties of Roscotnmon
and Sligo. For about ten hours each
day I rode and walked, entering alto
gether about 100 wretched hovels,
which this alllicted people delusively
cull their homes, and where from morn-
ing till night they encounter the tlread j U"1 mtHmg, fur signing a petition reo
monotony of want anil misery. While j oimiiending the pardon of the Legis
fully prepared to meet more or less! laiire '-roosters." We hope the Board
lest distress everywhere, knowing
through former visits something of the
chronic state ol poverty in which Ihe
pcoplo live, was not prepared, nor
could anything I huvo ever before seen
in any degree prepare me, tor the
sconeB ol abject misery and sickening
squalor which I found at every turn.
Tbe people did not know of my com
ing, and could not prepare for any dra
matic display of wretchedness and
Unawares I searched every corner
of scores of houses for any means ot
subsistence, and came hack at night
with an aching heart. I bad seen what
it would do you all good to see. Kven
after hearing it 1 am sure you will in
crease your gifts, generous ns they
bavo been, until tbis great chasm of
distress can be bridged over. When
1 tell you that I bare seen men utterly
break down when I slipped a paltry
shilling into their hands, and women
clutch a loaf of bread as though they
wore afraid that something would sud
denly appear to take it from them, you
can faintly imagino what 1 bave ex
perienced in tbo lust few days. The
friend who accompanied me observed
that I felt a large lump in my throat
all tbe time. 1 could find no filling
language in which to express my sor
row and my symprtby.
The first case I remember was thut
of an old woman whosut on the muddy
threshold of ber but as we went by,
lilting up ber hands as if in supplica
tion, and crying: "Nothing bus passed
my lips lor twenty-four hours." 1
never knew tbe value of a loaf of bread
till that moment. When wo gava her
half a loaf she took it with the eager
ness of a lamished dog. Sho trembled
wilb ago and weakness, for she was
over seventy years of age, and hunger
bad reduced her to the likeness of a
skeleton. There was a glare in her
eye tbat told of famine. Sho stood in
the middle of tho road and thanked
God that Americans bad not forgotten
Ireland. It was hours before 1 could
got away from that haunting, haggard
Nor shall I soon lorgct the sight
wbieb I saw in another but. The
mother of seven children wus holding
the youngest, a girl of a few months,
in trantio embrace, moaning' as she
rocked toand fro. She looked up with
ernrttrrt"RSr.es"We-iii.oieU me aoor,
which we could only by bending, and
gave a low cry. as though in very ter
ror. After a few minutes she was re
assured, for sho thonght mn an aeent
ol tbe landlord sent to evict ber. Then
she told me she bad nothing to oat for
many days except a poor dole of In
dlan meal which a relief committee
gave ber, and for which she wastthatik
lul enough. .She added that being hall
starved herself ' it was impossible to
supply milk for her babo. She would
be compelled to see it die by inches in
ber arms. Rut for tho meal which tbe
relief committee supplied tbe family
would have litorally had nothing to
eat. ' But 1 cannot recite all tho indi
Let me give you a sample of what I
saw in many scores of huts, and in a
faw which are thatched and of stone,
and stand on tbe edge ol a bog which
affords them peat for fuel. Tbey con
tain three small rooms. Ono in the
room wbore the household lives
Through a small hole in it roof tho
kitcben smoke ia generally forced to
oacape. There is almost a peat famine
this year on account of the wet wealh
er. The only fuol consists of a bunch
of green twigs. Another room is for
tbe cow, If they are happy enough to
possess one, which is very rarely the
case. Tbe cow is part of the family,
and always goes m and out through
the front door. In the third room,
which is perhaps eight or nine feet
square, la where the family sleep.
Tbey have ono bed, with two thin,
wornout blankets, and here four of a
household of nine must sleep, not
lengthwise, but crosswise, covering
themselves at best they can. The rest
pile up a small handle ol straw in tbe
corner and sleep on It. Pressed by
hunger, they bave eaten all their store
of potatoes. Tbeonly food in the whole
house is a few pounds of Indian meal,
which they mix with water and make
into a ntiruiiuiil.
i anil u 1 1 they will
Thin Ik all they have
linvo until the An.
luIllll. What wouder. then, thnl thev
it ia caused solely by tho utter failure
ot the crops. And wilb all this pov.
erty the majority of tlio Irish ia cheer- j
ful. The people are enduring the great
hires ol aiittering with a pluck iintl
eourago which are truly admirable. It
is my hope and prayer that ,ho Amen
P4ln ;M)p.e wj n0 fu0 iia, ,-nough
has fieen already done.
trr.m Movemints. The Blaine
mon who lost thit Slate put great faith
in tho success of tbeir hero, because of
bis popularity. Look at Rlaine's borne
Now Knglarid I Out of four of the
States in his bailiwick which have
olected delegates to tho Chicago Con
vention, only one Maine has In
structed for bim. ' And it really looks
now as ihough Connecticut, Mussaehu
setts, Vermont and Rhodelslund woald
go for Kdmunds. How is that tor
ltluinu's popularity around borne 1 We
suspevt that the Senator from Maine
is like muny other men who become
candidates for cftlce they inn much
bettor where they are unknown than
around home. Tbe fact that the Yan
kee States have fuiled to instruct fur
"the Pennsylvania Dulcbmun" is con
clusive that they want somebody else
for President. ; In such an event, we
hope there will not be another sun
stroke ' ' ' !l
Still Unhappy. A Democratic co
temporary of variegated opinion, on
party affairs, hinges in on us in this
Tbe tone iB wbieh tbe Olearheld Kaerai-iraa
talks about the boiaoerals who bave the teroiirlty
te diner with 8euat-r Wallace ouneerning the
men .gemrnt of tbe party bas sb nnplesssnt im
perial sort of souad. Autocrats arc naturally in
clintd tn mili-ary methods, and the Kavcaticaa
e-iBveye lis noliun of Ihe way peupla wbo rrlil.
e ee Henstor Wallace ought to bo treated by a
military Igare. "it in war limes," it says, '-a
soldier was caught doing this kind of work, be
wuBld be arrested, trird, convicted, shot an hur
isd aa a trailer." That Is about the way disci
pline hss beea OBf.'rctd ia Ihe Krpuhlicae party
by its Heoator, and the result does not ,cem at all
eatisfaetnry to the masie. We bare great rea
rm ta he tbankful lb it wa beva an boss with
such aulhority to suppress freedom of opinion in
tbe good old Democratic party.
We care nothing about this piece of
"balderdash;" but if the editor in ques
tion wishes to treat us fuirly hereafter,
he should give bis readers just what
we mud, and not gurble our remarks
to suit himself. Don't "renig !"
A Good Hit. Tho Ilultimoro S'un
hits this wny : "This idea of looking
upon government as a sort of fertiliser,
like guano or phosphate of lime, is a
new one, but it verifies tbe claim of
the cx President's friends, that his
foreign tour haataiigbt him some
things. When be went abroad Gen
eral Grant seemed to tbink that Lou
isiana, with ils virgin soil and scant
population, needed much more govern
ment than Massachusetts, with its
dense inhabitancy and barren acres."
Hit Him Aiiain We arc pleased
to notice that the members of the Phil
adelphia Prodii o Exchange, censured
their President J. D. Myers at their
ot Trade will follow suit. What is to
deter criminals from violating tho laws
of the Stute if, when caught and found
guilty, they are all recommended by
the men indicated for a pardon.
He Iiesth, as Ltwf ers WolldSay.
Peter Cooper, ti e head of tho Green
back party, announces through tbe
New York papers that he "bas with
drawn from all active participation in
tho politics of the day?." Hereafter
bo will content himself with moroly
expressing his opinions on National
subjects in his pamphlets, and anybody
is welcome to these, no bas evident
ly, like his party, 'Coopered out."
(YWJTION All ptnoii sr hvrtbjr wirovd
J nf(H.nit purchlii or ia may wy noddling
with lb following fMroDl protrtv, now im
Met fMiMtM.oii of llimm MeCrtvottto, of Forraoon
biWBfbip, iR: On f rfci 'Mptrator and tbrfwa
ItigntcbiDf, twoauUitDd bftvrntM, ud oh two
hurt wnejoD. Thi furwiiig prop-rif wai pur.
h..ed bjf ait it OontlaftU'i (, oi tba td dj
of April, and li ftllowtd to reniola poimtiun
of i id Hirom MoCfinfevo on toa only. Ruhjtet
to my order nt toy t.no. LKVI MX'KACKBN,
Now Mit.port, IV, April T, IflHO t
By rlrtuo of too inni-iod ond fnroffolitff wrtti
of I'uW fneiai Imuc4 out of your honiiroblo
Court, nnd to diroototi, I bfto lTid on
odd will oiputotopublia ioIb, nttba Conrt Houm,
Id bo borough of Cleirleid, on
ffnturtny. Ma tb. IHho,
At 1 o'olork, P. M , ilt tbo following meiiaigoa,
t-n"mTiii and trtrta. of land, hounded and d
tribod na follow, ?li I
All dftftnd-at'i Lot trait tn til UatuorUin trnot
or piooo of land mnato in Bradford lownabip,
CUarfleld ooooty, tod, feint of Poonpylrnoia,
honndrd oh tba tooth Uy A J. lull turvoj, on
tho onat ty Jarne Hawtbrtmn aorrojr, on the
north by part ot Will-aa Hi anrvaj, nd on tho
waat by land of John W. Urnham'a oitato. ha
lo c part of William Bell inrTfij, and ftontaltiing
Alty-ont nrrca, touro or ip, aubjrot to timber
contract Uh Waa? at A Belta.
(iid, taim tn aifOtitlon, Dd to ho u)d at
tbo property of Janioa B Oratiam-
TnRtta or Tho prlea or nm at which
tho propOTiv hall bo itruoh off man b paid nt tbo
Una of !. or iooh .Hbar nrrnnfomanta aado aa
will b approvod, olbarwiio tho property will ho
lumedittflj pot up nnd noid again at tbo otpooM
and rt-k of tbo poraon to wbum U waa airoek off,
and who. In oaao of dafloionoy nt inoh ro anlo,
ball maha good the lama, and in no Inaianoc
will tk ItrwJ ho nintfd in Court for aonArma
tion nnlaaa tho niOMy ia nrttuatly pnid tw tho
flk.-iaV ll UV4 UltllVfliV
BwrnirrmcF rrro, i, . . Pboiff.
CUarAald, la.,Apr. 11, 1H0.
The Leading The Cheapest,
Boot and Shoe,
a . . '
Hat and Cap Store
JN CLEARFIELD C0DNTT
It tbe saa la lbs
.ii I. i i l
KKPT BV '; i
Wo havo Jort raittd oar Spring nnd ffummor
rrt, hktt, tattng mow parfnaawd DOforo
tbo ad v anew, rm bo Bold at tbo OLD
I'RIVl. Oallandao. Bafidta the
ohrapor good la onr ltae,wo kop
BOOTS, FINE SHOES,
Perkins' Boots' and Shoes,
CLAFLIN'S SHOES, i
AND TIIK UKSI INK TAYLOR
MACKINAW HAT, j
Whin are ar epeeiattlas. Wa aleo haveia fall
I.eeulUKNTS BUMMF.R UNllKHV, KAK
All Ibeletefl novelties it MICKWRAH, j
flits ns a esll eee be aatisM.
UF.a C. TUM VT. M(MH K.
ClsartelJ. Pi, April II, IW uj "
f- (Mill lltlatll.:.M.-lleorge Weaver A Co.
ej4 waal Ave tboaaand bushels of OATH, Bow,
aud will pay cash or produce. 1
CearltelJ, I'a., Aug II, lalt-tr. '
BKI'.H FOR HAl.R.Tbirteen Mrs. of
Italian lleea which 1 will asil elirap for'
04sh, or eiotienge for wheat. For further in-1
foratetloa eall ou or address the underslened.
Nova.Tv tf. Cleartrld, Pa.
MOM:V Ttl I.I1AN-. Oa trst class Im
proved farm property, bv the Mutual Lie
Insurance Coaipauy of New York, on flrst mort
gega. Ib same Irom II, tint up. Fur further la
formation apply tetbc undersigned.
Ut RXTIIAL IV. SMITH.
Clearleld Pa., May 7th, IS7II if.
H. LEHMAN &C0.'S Store,
ROOM NUMBER TWO,
Pie's Opera House,
Wharo H Lohtaao A Co. baro opuited vary larjta
toclt of tho Ula nnd hatt atylei of
AND A ft'LI. ASSORTMENT OP
Ladioa', Kisses' & CMllrcn'B
Of all strive, now In the raerkel. Call In person,
or address H I, HUMAN A CO.
ClearSela, Pa , Marrb 17, IsM tf.
BV vlrtao of wrlti of Ltmri Vt'aa littuod
oat of tba Coort of Common Plana of Cant
oonntv, Pa, and to mo directed, thero will
bo oipnaod to pobllo ialo, nt tbo Court Ilonao,
In tba borough of Belle.ooto. Centra Co., r.,on
a turd ay, April Sllh, liMO,
At 1 o'elooh P, M , tho following dfwribrd real
aetata, to wit :
NO. I. All tho riarht. tltla and Interaat of De
fendant la al that pertain traot of land fitntte
in Kuvh towoabip, rntro eoaoty, Pa In the
warrantee oauieot John Ham 'ririit.and deeribed
according to a aurve nade thereof tn David
H ou ah on the S0th day of Aojruit, 156, begin,
ing at a pine troo ooroer I thenco oiten'tinr by
a trart of .and in tbo warrantee nana of Andrew
(JrarT north ftl degree! oait .11 1 perrbet, more
or Ian. to a wbfto pi do. n ooroor; thence by n
Irani of land in the warraoteo name of Oaapor
bhnffnar aonth 33) degree eat 1SS perchea, to aro
or lam, to n red oak troo, or bNek oak fallen;
thence by a tract of land In the warranto name
of Hubert 8 peer toutb il degeaea watt .'ISA per
oiiai, more or leaa, to n poit; tbonn by a tract of
land ia tbe warrantee on me of tteore HutTnegle
north degree wet 111 perehee. mora or leia,
to the plaoa of beginning, eeaUln.bg 43.1 acre
and 10 portrbea nod allowanoo.
All th right, tltla and Inloreat of Defendant In
alltbateerUia tractor plovooflandMioatata Kaih
tnwmbip ararcantd, in tho warrant nana of
Andrew draff, beginning nt n benknk tree, a
comer ( thane a i Urn ding north Wt degree weat
.120 petrhe. nor or la, to a pine tre oornori
then" by a tram ot land In thi warrantee nam
of '.'brlatian Mueraoulll 40 degroa ont 1,1
perrb, raor or leM, to a fugar troo, n corner ;
theno by a trnel of land in iho warranto nam
of John H a t bright onth AO degrtea welt 3 JO
perch, nioro or leaa, to a pin troo oorner ;
thenn by a tmet of land tn tho warrantee aame
of Hehaatian UratT north 40 degree eaat 33(1 per
fltian, mem or le, to tbo plae of beginning, con
taining 433 aoron and Ibt norohen, mum or loaa,
AH tho right, title nnd lntnrcot of Defendant!
In all that certain tract or ploeo of land aitnata
partly in nn-n lowntaip aioreeaie: anoj partly to
Horrlii townahip, Clearfield eownty, Pn., honndod
and neaerinod na toimwa t un tbe norm oy tenrte
lata of tfa tat of Henry Loenioo, deo'd, on tho
ee at by land Into of Quay A Kyler, on tho aoatb
iy land ta tno w rraniee name or Aonraw urea.
on lb wet hy landa Iota of Brenner A Oo oon-
lalntaff 41 neroa and 1ST p rebel, aareyed April
tt, I TIM, on warmnt ia nam of Chrtitfaa Mniaar,
baring thereon erected two fram bio, an old
tram aaw mill aad other ontbaildinga.
All tho right, till nnd inter.! of Defendant!
tn all that certain trnot of land ait oat la Itorrla
townahip, Clarftl I eonnty, Pa boooded nnd
deaaribed ni follow : Beginning at n aton heap.
former It n wbito oak oorner ; theaeo hy land
late of Lerer A Loraine aoutb 1201 perchta to n
pott, east 14 perches to n port t tbeeoe hy landa
wrvd to noort nainey north W t ir per-
ebea to 0 white pin elong lends urvefed to
8ttphoa KingMon IM probi to plao of begin
ning, containing ?0!) aerei and X7 per. nd allow
aaee, and waa vurveyed In purtnaaee of a warrant
dated March 13th, lVlT, limed to Leonard Kyler.
All the right, title nnd interval of Defendant!
In atl Ibat certain trnot of land itiaate in Noma
lownabip, Outfit Id ooanty. Pa., hounded aad
4eritd aa ioiiuwr : rJginalnf at a fallen been
look t tbonoa aoaia 1 dagreo weat 11 A pe rebel
to a white pioef thenoe north 17 degree went
116 S-10 perchea to a maple troo; tfaaooo north 24
degreea eaat I A3 6-10 preha tn a poet j thenoo
oon no negroes we, oy in peranea to a poai,
north S degree eaet 80 1-10 perehe te a hem
lock t thenoo eowth .1 degroea et SIT -lfl por
ches to th plan of heginifing, oontalntag 413
aero and A4 porh, atoto oriir, being part of a
larger traot aurreyed tn tan name oinjao. Houston.
All tho right, title and fatertrtof Defendant
In all tbat eerialn trnot of rand rliaau la Motrin
lownabip, Clenrttcld eonnty, bonnded aad describ
ed a follow, i B tinning n prnco oorner,
thet.ee by Daniel Milk pnroha-m north 88 degree
ISA perch to a pie, thine by John
Taylor and John II en it on sartrey til porohei
to n pine en nth l Hog reel weat oure, eaited in
tbo ortginal inrvey aoaih) thenoe eaat IA per
aba to a post t thenoo north li degree eaat 106
perehe to a apron ; theaeo aooth 844 degree
oaal 84 p rebel j theaeo north 1 degree feat 120
perches to tbo plan of beginning, eootalning 170
acre, being parti of two rnrraya in warrantee
name of David Uevorage and Prancli Johnetoa.
Thereon erected n frame houi and a fram barn
and other owtbnildingi.
Belted, taken In oireatliin. n4 to a Bold aa
th property of Jacob Mok, with notlea to John
Warner and W. 0. H'aguor aa trr ten ante.
Nora. Tbo nodi Tided one third part of the
Jeaerihed tmoUof land will be aeld at tho nam
time and pleoe. hy William T. Kirk, loq., Truato
for tMrtaio oradliors ef Wagner A Ilro. Terms
made known on day of sale.
K0 S. A-1 th nailvldei oa half pert of the
three MTral mesanagvs, lean men t a and trat
of lead as follows, u wit t Tbe one iltaato la
Rah tnwnehtp. Centre eonnty, Pa.,anrreyd aa
a warrant to Christopher Ten bow, beginning at
aa aih eeraer of John Bam bright aad Caeper
Bhatfoar, Jr. thnee arth 60 degrees eaat 320
perehe, morn or I, ton pin ) thenoe eonth 40
degree oait 11 perehe. mor or I, to n pin
eorwor of Henry Pinkerioa theaeo by Iho aaid
Henry Pin bar lea aarrey tnnth 60 degrees wait
M0 parches, more or lets, te n dgwood oorner of
Robert Ppeer ; then ny im said Kohert rpr
sarvey aorta 40 degrees ami 1..0 aerehea, mor
or leas, te the pleoe of begin olr.g, ttiatainiog 413
acre and 161 porehvt.
Ono ttnet traot sitaato la Ruih towmhip, Cea
rra "oaty, P , inrreved on a warrant to Robert
ttpeer. bonnded na tolhawe, to wit : Beginning at
a post oorner of John HnmMgbt and George
HnDaagi I bene by tbe Joan iiambrigni sar
vay north M degreea east 120 aorabea, mere or
leal, ta an aih, a teener of tho traot abero d-
aorihd tbeaoa by aaid ahavn dMrlhd traot oatb
40 degroea anal 1.10 perebe, more or laas, la a
do wood, a oorner or tho Haary rtaaertoa nr
ry I thenoe aoaih 60 degree weat J0 perehei,
more or leas, to a root, oorner of traot In tha name
of Peter Miller, thenoe hy th anid Petar Miller
snrrey north 40 degrees wast S0 prbea, mora or
loss, to th ptooa of beginning, containing; 411
aores aad 163 pornb. mor or teas.
Th other traot, iltaato partly ta it aih town
ihip, Centre eoanty, nod partly la Morris towa
hip, Cloarilald oounty. Pa., deaerlbod noeordlng
to a plaa or sarvoy thereof made la April, IT01,
en warrant dated the 14th day of Deeemhor, 1V91,
being No. 1 aa aaid plaa and warrant ia tba aame
of Caspar Phaffner, jr., beginning at ftpoit,a
oorner of traot la the aame of ChrUtlaa Mniaar;
then oonth 40 degree oast 130 perohoe ta a post)
t nence ny traet ia ta naiaa oi unrtrtiaa i an now
onth 60 deg. weal 370 per. to a port t tbeao hy
tract la th aatno nf Jf-nn hi am bright north 40
deareos Weat 1.10 noreaoa la a ot tnewee a
trnot ia tho name of ChrUtlaa Masaer north 60
degrees eaat KM aerehoa ta the plane of bag la
aieg, ee a tela lag 433 aoroa aad 163 peaehe. mora
Beiaed, takea lo aionalion, aad to bo sold aa
tha property ot John Trwoti and joa. rarkor
Taaaa, CUsa. No oVods will bf acknowledged
tui i a auroaaao money ia aato ia raw.
JUilN SFANWLtsK, Phrlff.
' ' H-tUfual. pa.', April T. I Is 0-It
CAIfTI()N-All persona are hereby warned
against pnrebaaiug or in nny way meddling
wnb tho follow tog property, auw In tbe poaieailun
of Jba It Lytle, of Lawrence townahip. via:
One aorrel bona, 1 roan horao, 6 yenning ualvea,
I cow, 1 two-year-til j ileeri, 6 iltitale, apring
oaltrea, 3 tens of bay, 16 baehili ef wheal, 20
bn he la of potatoes, 8 aora rj in the ground,
0 aerei of wbat in th ground, 1 buggy, I log,
lad, 1 fanning mill, I tnu-hnr wagon, 1 plow,
1 rullirator, 1 harrow, 3 seta harneti, I double
hovl plon, t tet uliairl, 1 table, 1 eooklr.g rtov
aiid att-Biiia, I beating stove, about 31'ti ponndi
pork, 80 bond las rye straw, and n lot of looie
straw. Tbo above ttainad property waa purchased
by in at Hbtrltt'i sal and is lelt with aaid Jaytl
on loan only, sitbirrt to my order at euy time
J. L. YOll.S.
Cnrwinwirllla, Pa., March Slat, lHHU-ft,
Thomas A. Duckett,
IHKRKTtV give notice to the eititens of Clear'
He'd aad tho aurronndiog vleiaiiy that 1 aia
prepared at a'l tines to luroiih tamiltee aad
manulaeturing aitabilabmenis with a inporinr
Coal. Wood Coke,
Watch 1 am vrrpered ta deliver in a IVw boars'
notice. I am alwe.ve reed; in heel and deliver
Iroai and to tba dnput or enwtiere else, and
nova laniltva and bnusehold guoils aiivwbere na
sbortneilea. TH'lh. A. Dl ChKtT.
ClearBeld, Fa., Mar. II, IHIO-lf.
IN CLEARFIELD COUNTY.
NOTIL'R is herehv given, in vtnrriianna of an
Aet ef Asaembly aip-ovad tbe I2'b dey or
Juoe, A. T. 1H46, entitled "SB At to amend aa I
Aet direetlnit tbe mrKteof fell eg t aseatad Lands I
in Clra Aeld eonnty," and tba several ettpiiloeianls I
thereto, thera will he exposed to sale or nuirrv, I
on the KKCUND MUNUAV, 14th day of JI NK. I
A. D lnno, the following tracts or pieaea of land !
in said eooaty, for tales doe and anpaid. vir : I
Per. Warranias. Tax.
Julia Natlor t 49 60
P. A A. t'lynn 70 H
James MrMurUia.. ...... it 60
Thomas MiirMtery In 00
18 00 1
I Hubert Wil.oo
I John Ketland
I David Barton
lli-anis McCoy, rr
3 Kredarieh Bates
7 Tnomea BillingtoB
I Mania Pr.nn...
James tlsba 1
.1. W. Nmllb
Pred 11 u l.l.j
Wall A Mays
J. B. Walters
I Willises tlray
I John Miller.....
Henry Benl .........
... Ill 111
... 124 06
... 134 10
. 107 10 I
... .10 00 ;
... 10 07
... 1.1 ei
... o -t !
... :,4 6
... 07 44
... 40 60 ,
... m on,
,. 80 16
... 77 lo !
... 64 to :
.... 00 10 1
... 126 00 j
. I 36
... 4V 6!
... It 16 (
... 31 60 1
106 30 ,
.. 173 37
. II 16 I
... 44 171
i IVIi 00
. 307 30
, .13 lt
. las 00
. 100 10
Kicklia A flrlrlis.....
tt ii .......
Niehlln A Uliii'lh'.'.
J. R. Bargoew .,
34 w ttnyder.....
.- 00 00
.. 100 M
.. 31 10
Roberts A Pol..,
J. W. Eoaith
RoberU A Pox...
liavld Irvin aet
Roberta A Pot
Millie L MocVnre".'
W illiam Arnold M
Ao. Per. Warrantee. Tal.
413 Wm. MrCormick........l It 00
440 N.ncy Bo,. 71 10
430 N. MeDooeld .. 00 00
420 Joba Byert 00 00
130 17 Joba MoBttons-ry ....... 11 00
106 ' Thomas fmilh 3140
let Joe Kephart.. 27 Oi
i of 404 Blair MUnabaa..... 14 00
417 10 Jobs Keen .... 41 10
10 Thome. Parks I 40
100 Albert Owen II 00
14 . Watson A Mnnsoa....... 13
Ae. Per, Warrantaa. Tax.
3M Aleisader Dallaa 40 (0
44 Hneanna Reser t. d 15
00 Harrison, Bayard A Brye-m.. 10 00
170 Andrew Bavard 30 10
6 Horatio b. 11.11 ..... Oil
160 lllelr WcUn.baa..... .10 10
10.1 Jamee linncan .. 10 no
171 Leeward A Vlvde... ...... 10 96
10 Revaolde kesa II 00
.40 ' liavld Askay.. ..... 60
160 Hall A Back HO
111 R. Moe.op . I 14
84 Uevld Ask.y ...... , I 71
No. Ac. Per. Warraotea. Tax.
taw- e, 14. Oee-tlaoaer 49 BO
dll David Kennedy ...... 131 04
020 111 Conrad Long. ...... lol .10
H-ary Wycot.. Hi M
John Punlap M.
Hobert. APox ..
Charles II. ProseeU...
Roberta A Pol
1. W. Hmilh
Job Nl.hola. ............I
Menem W human.......
Casper flhaSar jr.......
Mary Roberta..... w
Caspar ftbeffer ..
Winiant Baaatnna .
Tbo mas Hamilton
twaf kmh. id.oo
Joba Cook ...,....
Renry Paga.am.. .......
Jaeaofl Nebla. .......,.
M. bailey A Mitchell......
Miller A Christ
..I 17 I
.. 13 tt
. 104) II
. 14 !
. tt 90
.. I' II
. 17 9
,. 10 10
m 0 17
.. l to
,. 11 ta
.. 41 0
. 91 II
.. 41 9
.. I 17
Xrpt adirrtisr mrnts.
Hearer Mills t)o.
JobB UatlsiiKbey A Ce.....
Hear; Itrelb Jr
from B. A. IrriB
J. VY. Lsinborn
Halb MeConnel estate
Laaaard A Williams
( ovhiaTton ToH uslilp.
I I Ml
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PHILIP DOTTS, Trad'ersr
Clearlfld, April lib, 1961.