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Uiunni B. Goodlandf.h, EJiiw
WEDNESDAY MOHNINO, OCT. II, !.
Header, If yon want to know what ti join on
Id the bualneai world, Juat read our advertiainf
oolnmni, tha Upttal oolumn In particular.
Democratic XnUonni Ticket!
Gen. Viiilidd S. Hancock,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
lion. William II. EimlLsli,
TIIK ELECTORAL TICKET.
TOR ILKCTUlta-AT-I.AKOR :
Robert B. Monaghen, William II. Playford.
FPn DIHTRICT RLKCTonn:
I. John Slerin.
1. Edwin A. I'u.
2. John .M. Campbell,
5. John M. Mufli-lt.
(I. Edward Wnlden.
7. Nethaa C. Jamei.
8. Oeorge Filbert.
9. J if. U. M'Hparren,
10. Alfred J. Martin.
11. Ailam llerringer.
13. Prank Turner.
13. P.J. Birmingham.
14. Henry E. Ua.Ii.
16. Oeorge A. Poet.
Iff. A brain M. Ilenton.
IT. John 1'. Linton.
18. John 8. Millar.
III. John 0. 8. Hon.
211. Calvin M. Mower.
21. Ja. A.J. Buchanan.
23. Cbrietoplier Mage.
23. Robert M. Uib.on.
24. William II. Ilunlap.
2a. Harry W. Wileon..
211. Samuel tlrlmlh.
27. J. Ron Thoiupeon.
DrniorralltState Ticket !
TUB SUPREME JUDtlE:
Hon. GEORGE A. JKNKS,
of jefferson county.
for auditor general:
Col. ROBERT V. DECHERT,
Democratic County Ticket !
Hon. ANDREW 0. CURTIN,
OF centre county.
OF (IULICII TWP.
OF CLEARFIELD BOROUflll.
FOR REUISTER AND RECORDER,
GEORGE M. FERGUSON,
OF LUMI1RR CITY BOROUOII.
SAMUEL F. McCLOSKEY,
OF CURWENSVILLE BOROUGH.
Among the Buckeyes. We notico
that Senator Wullaco, addressed a huge
mass meeting at Voongstown, Ohio,
on lust Monday afternoon.
It's AwfulI Tho Cltnlnn Republican
editor is ovidontly alarmed. Head his
last nightmare remark :
If thla thing krepB on a majority of Jeff. Davli1
Confederal Cabintt will ta in Cnngreee. Walker,
Secretary of War under the Confederacy, la to
oo ina nasi oenator Iron Alabama,
Dried up. We bavo missed thoso
harrowing articles in the Curwonsville
organ, which started out so lively
when the campaign opened, In tho line
of personal abuse or .Senator Wallace.
What'i tho matter f
''Cheeky." Would it not bo a"G'hoap
John" joko on tlio Democrats, if the
Radicals would succeed to prove from
a Congressional record, ovor which the
Democrats presided by a two-thirds
voto, that General Hancock was bribed
by (lakes Amos ($329) and by De
Golyor (15,000) Salary Grab, otc, and
then turn around and pronounco the
record a lio, and hit Senator Conkling,
of Now York, who novor appeared in
tho case, over the bead with a coffee
pot? How would that bo for pure
mural cowardice ?
"Booming 1" As we go to press,
(Tuesday afternoon) tho elections in
the States ot Ohio and Indiana are In
full blast. It looks at this distance
iron tho battlo fields as though the
latter State was euro for the Demo
crats, and tho "Buckeye" Stato doubt
ful. But as both Commonwealths are
overrun with a hordool Government
officials, numbering thousands, bull
doting and bribing voters, it is hard to
conjecture what tho rosult will bo.
Tho Radicals know that their last
Icaso is expiring and they aro there
fore mukirig a death strngglc.
Tin Radical Ticket. Tho Radi
cals of our county have at last secured
a portion of their ticket, vis :
Congroaa Thonaai H. Murray, (edople.br tho
Prolbonotary J oka C. Coiner, of Barnilde
Reglrtor Recorter-J. M. Uhaiu, of Wool
Surveyor Thomal W. Moore, of Carwenitllle.
The Domocrats need not be annoyed
over a ticket of this kind. Our noral
neea are fifty per cent, bettor qnaliflcd
for the duties to which they are re
spectively assigned than those of the
opposition, and their nomination is only
Dcinorratic Mrcliiius !
A Gruml Peinocrntic MASS
MEETING will bo held iu
OCT. 20th, 1880.
A li umber of prominent speak
ers have been invited
Gen. JAS. B. STEEDMAN,
Eon, hisl W. Mees,
buve agreed to bo present, or
furnish good substitutes.
AT GLEN HOPE,
THURSDAY, October 14th.
Speakers Ex-Governor Cur
tin, David L. Krebs, Esq., and
Col. Walter Barrett.
FRIDAY, October 15th,
Speakers Ex-Governor Cur-
tin, Hon. George II. Barrett, and
Hon. Daniel Dougherty, of Phil
adelphia. Osceola, October th. Speakers
Win. M. McCullough, Eso., Col. Wal
ter ISarreU and Smith V. Wilson, Esq.
Mt. Calm, Octobor th. Speakers
J. F. Snydor, W. A. Hagerty, and A.
G. Kramer, Esqs.
Goshon, October 14th. Speakers
Frank Fielding and Frank Snyder,
Egypt, October 15th. Spcakeis
A. G. Kramer, . A. Hagerty, and
J. t . Snyder, Esq.
Grahamton, October ltilh. Speak
crs I). L. Krebs, Esq., T. J. McCul
lough, Esq., and Hon. T. J. Boycr.
Morrisdalo Mines, Oct. 18th. Speak
ersIsrael Test and S. T. Brockbank,
West Decatur, October 18th. Speak
ore J. F. McKenrick and W. II. Pat
Wallaccton, October 22d. Speakers
J. F. McKonrick, J. F. Snyder, and
W. II. Patterson, Esqs.
Woodland, October 23d. Speakers
Frank Fiolding, W. II. Pattorson,
and 8. T. Brockbank, Esqs.
Now Millport, October 25th. Speak
ors Hon. T. J. Boyor, Frank Field
ing, Esq., and W. A. Hagerty, Esq.
Pennvillo, October 25th. Speakers
Israel Test and S. T. Brockbank
Pcnfield, October 2tith. Speakers
D. L. Krebs, Esq., Col. Walter Barrett
and J. F. McKenrick, En.
DuBois, Octobor 27lh. Speakors
D. L. Krobs, Esq., Col. Wlter Bar
rett, T. J. McCullough, Esq., and J. F.
Kylcrtown, Octobor 27th. Speak
ors non. Geo. R. Barrett and Israel
Ansonville, October 28th. Speak
ers Win. M. McCullough, Esq., and
Smith V. Wilson, Esq.
Gillingham, October 28th. Speak
ors Frank Fielding, S. T. Brockbank
and A. G. Kramer, Esqs.
Curwonsvillo, October 2!th. Speak
ers Hon. G. R, Barrett, Frank Field
ing, Esq., and Israel Test, Esq.
Burnside, October 29th. Speakers
Wm. M. McCullough and Smith V,
Troutville, October 29th. Speakers
Frank Fielding, Esq, 8. T. Brock
bank, Esq., and W. II. Pattorson, Esq.
Lumbor City, Octobor Kith. Speak
ers Wm. M. McCullough, Esq., and
Smith V. Wilson, Esq.
J. P. Burciifiei.d,
Chairman Dom. Co. Committee.
Wm. E. Wallace, Secretary.
For Flynn. Tho Altoona Sua,
alluding to our nominee for Assembly,
says : "Mr. Jamoe F'lynn, of Smith's
Mills, Clearfield county, was in tho
city last ovening. Mr. Flynn is tbe
Democratic candidato for Legislature
in the Clearfield district, and ol course
ho will bo elected. This is Mr. Flynn's
first appoaranco as a gladiator in the
political arena, and the largo vote he
received for the nomination was a flat
tering testimonial to his worth and
AQueer Preacher. We notico that
tho editor of tho Conference S'eics,
down on open gates at camp-meetings:
and yot, he rcquosts his congregation
to sing :
"The gala, of goepel trio.,
Bland open algbt and day."
Brother, be a little mora consistent,
and adjust yourself to stubborn facts
as tbey occur throughout every civil
ixod country, and see that you don't
become too much tangled abont the
non essentials and the inevitable.
Hypocrites and Demaoogues. The
real friends of Jefferson Davis, Long
strcot, Mosby, etc., are opposed to the
election of Gen. Hancock because he
thrashed them all. John Sherman 4
Co. aro literally driven to oppose our
noble standard-bearer, because Eliia
Pinkston, Mrs. Jenks, and other politi
cal harlots compel him to unman him
self so that they may bs fondled and
cared for in the future as they have
been In the past.
A Government Mark. The last
stroke from the Intellectual hammer of
Judge Black has knocked the charac
ter of James A. Garfield Into smither
eens. It branded 1329 upon him like
the "I. C." on a discharged govern
ment mule. Both mean "Inspected
'CIIRISTIAS'S AT WORK."
Such is tho "highfitlutio" caption wo
co in most of our Radical exchanges.
And they proceed :
A number of poitora of different denouilnallons
In Werblegtoa bare le.ued a ulrrolar asking all
Chrl.ttan. in pray fer.rnt'y lor Ilia election of
(taariai n and Ahtui'R a. tba o ilr uioena thro'
eebtsb tbU ari.at Nation eball upholj and bonor
"the foumlalione lid '-y our furelathor. and o
tuentril by tba bli.o.1 o' our hrolbvi,;" (hut the
polilio.l party may .rr all whoae '-.ueo. e will
most ainduoe to bnaiieial, eiril nnd moral pre
perlly at home, tu peaoe and re.heot al.rond, and
to lb. for oliH- Godot our fanert." TSe ran
only tiadoua by toting for and oleolioglhe Sta tee
That's indeed high-toned) but it's old.
Was it not "Christian statesmen" that
robbed tho Frceilmun's Bunk and Bu
reau of millions of dollars? Wero
thoy not tho men who tradod in thfi
Credit Mobilier stocks and dickered
with DeGqlyor, etc., and were uftor
wards convicted by a committeo of
similar brethren Poland, Banks and
McCrary? "Financial, civil and moral
prosperity," is a good thing for such
follows to trtlk about; but tho hypo
ciitos never practice what they preach.
While assuniine tho role of Christians,
they play tho Jack Sbeppard gume,
and convict cm li other of appalling
crimes bribery, perjury, etc.
We should, poi-hups, huvo uocd tho
word "Boss" instead of "Jack", in
order to fit it up to tho DcGolycr case.
"Jack" belonged loan age of romance,
but it wus the "Hoes" that ruked in
Their Record. Below will be found
a tabulurised statement of tho record
of tho Radical nominees for President
and Vico President. It lust makes
fourteen by footing tho letters in each
column, and sets forth in bold typo
that everlasting 1329 :
14 14 14 14
Political Strumpets Two of our
supposed groat men, General Grant
and Ror. Dr. Fowler, havo recently
rovorscd themselves in tbe minds ol
all honest men. If it is right for ono
Wost Pointer to libel anothor, and for
a preacher to smash half ol the deca
logue for the purposo of bearing false
witness against his neighbor, it is
about timo that the moral code should
be reversed. Thcso two individuals
have behaved themselves outrageously
recently, and wo have no doubt tbey
will in the near future roceive their
reward for thoir transgressions. Their
libelous "interview" on General Unn
cock is disgraceful in tho extreme and
a crirno against society, for which
neither can be forgiven. Thoro was
no necessity for such an interview, and
the apparent verdancy and' tho mornl
wrongs perpetrated on tho part of
both, shows thom to be dangerous
men in Church and Stato.
They Want no Change Of Course
Not I Tho most constant cry of tho
Republican placemen is, "Wo do not
need a change." Of courso they do
not need, nor want, a change. We
never know a man in power and en
joying the emoluments of office who
wanted a change. Tbe office holders
of the Kmpcror of Russia do not want
it, and the Emperor himself is opposed
to it. If the ono hundred thousand
placemen of this country wore holding
office under tbe Sultan of Turkey, thoy
would rally like patriots to a man, to
opposo a change Office-holders aro
always conservative ; thoy novor want
the old order of things interfered
with except to Increase the salaries.
Whenever an office-holder squeals you
may rest assured he is in dangor of
losing his office.
High-toned Proof. It will be well
to remember that tho charges againBt
Garfield in connection with tho Credit
Mobilior, Do Golyor pavemont and sal
ary-grab transactions havo not been
sprung since the nomination at Chica
go. 1 hey are old Republican charges,
substantiated by Republican testimo
ny, and signed, sealed and delivered
by his party friends for tho' good ol all
men. It looks liko an aceident, but
the facts cannot be disputed, becauso
tbe delivery Is mado by "Christian
statesmen," who acted under a solomn
oath, and the Poland Banks-McCreary
Committeo cannot bo charircd with
having committed perjury when thoy
condemned Garfield, Scofield, Kelly A
U. tor tuking bnbt.
Maine News. It sooms that An
demon, Reed's opponent In the first
Maine District, is preparing to contcse
tho scat which tho official fignros give
tne Kcpuulican candidate. Ho Blready
has secured enough evidence, it is
claimed, to unseat Reed on the chargo
oi oribery. Jjindsoy's seat is also in
danger on the samo ground. Tho
Radical election officers in this godly
atalo nave bobavod about as badly at
the recent election as ovor the carpet
baggers and scallawags did down
Voting bt Sight. Radical Chair
man Cessna's expression, "Laboring
men voto mostly with their eyes," is
equivalent to saying the workingmcn
of this country have no more judg-
mem man children; that tbey aro to
be raplivatod by show and psrado;
and that argument is thrown away
upon him. That Insult will cost Mr.
Cessna's party hundreds of votes.
A Black Remark. It is declared
by Judge Black that Garfield, in tho
Credit Mobilier matter, told "a funda
mental falsehood." In shorter words,
a base lie, and Garfield's treachery
TO BIS COUNTRY IS FIDELITY TO Ills FAC
Less "Cheek." Southern claims
blather in the Radical organs Is not
near so monopolising now as it was
kr..u it.- i . i .i .... i
..v.. aJ.ucuvYeio.iiuaV,iii,o game
Governor Curtin, the Democratic
nominee for Congress in this district,
bus had much experience In public life
and has a great knowLdgu ot public
men mid incusiiies. Ho is n gunlleiniin
ol culture uiid cxleosivo poiiiiml ami
general int'oriiiutioi', mnl will inn k o a
Uciiror-cutulivi' vl,o Villi lie a credit to
lite district unj mi uilviiiitae to the
people. He is now our nominee lor
Congress, uml wo itiimistly hope tbut
bo may get the voto of every Demo
crat in the ditrict. Wo want him to
have five thousand inujority, if possi
ble, because the district has given that
much in the past and cull do it again,
and ospeeiully tins year.
Governor Curtin has taken a firm
stand with tho Democracy and has said
that he desires to spend the remuinder
of his life in tbe party and to dio with
tho harness on. Ho doc-lures that the
man who thinks or supposes that thoro
are more than two parties at this crisis
is not in his right mind. Thoro are,
ho says, only two parties, tho Demo
cratic and Republican, and botwoon
thom tho people must choose. For his
part ho hits cast his lot with the Dem
ocratic party, because it is t'jc party of
tho pooplo the party of tho Constitu
tion and tho laws the party of peace,
harmony, prosperity uiid good feeling.
It is a nutionul not a sectional party.
Governor Curtin took tho stump
early in tho present campaign and has
made many speeches for Hancock and
English and the principles of the Dem
ocratic party, throwing into them a
vim, an enorgy and oloqucnco fur ex
ceeding Unit of any previous campaign
in which ho hus latterly boen engaged.
Wherever ho goes ho is greeted by im
mense, audiences and always excites
tho greatest enthusiasm.
Now, let all past differences be bur
ied, and tho Democracy of the 20th
District give Governor Curtin their
fullest, heartiest and most united sup
port. Let us astonish tho Republicans
w ith our strength and show them that
tho day will never come when they
can oloct a member of their party Con
gressman from the good old Twentieth.
Gov. Curtin knows tho tricks and tho
chicanery of tho Republican party,
becauso it was on account of those that
he left it, and bo is just tho man to
meet and battlo with them on tho floor
To work, then, Domocrats ol the
Twentieth district. Let your efforts bo
unceasing, and a most glorious victory
will be tho result. Belkfontt Watch
man. DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
Democrats, here is your ticket
threo mako a hand :
Robert E. Mimaghan,
William I!. Play ford,
Kdwin A. l'uc,
John M. Campbell,
Nathan C. James,
James G. McSparrun,
Alfred J Martin,
Patrick J. Birmingham,
Henry E. Davis,
Goorgo A. Post,
A brum M. Benton,
John P. Linton,
John S. Millor,
John O. Saxlon,
Calvin M. Bower,
James A. J. Buchunan,
William B. Dnnlap,
Harry W. Wilson,
J. Ross Thompson.
Robert P. Dcchert.
ludije of the Supreme. Court,
Georgo A. Jenks.
Andrew U. Curtin.
Register it Recorder,
Georgo M. Ferguson.
Samuel F. McCloskey.
1 Ins ticket must bo cut into threo
pieces: "State," "Judiciary" and
ounty,'1 and folded up by tho voter,
leaving '.lie above words on the outside
for tho guidance of tho election officers,
A Critplkd J uiioe. A bout the dead
est rooster in tho pit, as n Judge, is
ono named Patterson, of Lancaster,
Pa. A short time sinco ho assumed
tho powers of tho Czar ol Russia, and
disbarred Messrs. Stcinman and Hen
sel, wno woro practicing attorneys at
that Bar, lor a littlo bit of criticism on
their part in tho columns of thoir jour
nal, tho Lancaster Intelligencer, of
which thoy were editors. Tho Su
premo Court of the Statu has settled
tbe caso, and in our judgment, after
reading tho opinion of tho Court, it
has intimated, or words to that effect,
that Judgo Patterson had better re
sign. If ho docs not sco it in that
light, it is no fault of tho Court of last
Poor Consolation. The Spring
field Republican, an independent Gar
field paper, soys Maine will go "solid"
with tho rest of tho solid Hancock
States; and the Pittsburgh Dispatch,
another Republican journal, suggosts
that "if Indiana bo liwt in Octobor tho
Republicans might as well dovoto tho
remainder of their campaign fund to
the maintenance ol decayed and su
pcranuatcd office holders." That's tho
sort of consolation Republicans aro
now getting from tho more candid of
The Froo Trader Garfield is Mill
roosting complacently on the "Tariff
for Protection" ticket for President
One of two things is certain: Eithor
his backers aro fools and knaves, or
they assume that tho average voter be
longs to tho samo school. Alter the
election theso men will discover their
Gaiifieldism. It's loo cute for any
thing t The De Golyor attorney still
holds on to bis scat in the UorAo, and
in the Senate. He evidentlv known
that fico Birds in the hand aro .nrik
mnn limn on In it.. ),.).
A SI'S' SHIS E OS' filiAS'T.
Tho New York Hun, of the (ill) lust.,
remarks: "One of tho most lnturest
ing features of the Presiilentinl cam
paign was brought to light yei,leriluy
in tho columns of our ostoumed con-
temporary, thu Now York Timet. We
reproduce it elsowhero in to day'sVS'ui
in full. It is the report of mi inter
view willi Gen. Grunt, in which Gen
Grant gives full and free expression to
hit views JJi-ju-ock's character
and of his candidacy. It look pluco in
Grunt's liouso of Galena, and is report
ed by tho Rev. Dr. Fowler, with
Grunt's written consent. It may, there
fore, wo think, bo accepted as authen
tic and accurulo. These comments on
General Iluncoi k, beiug on a success-
I hi aspirunt for the nomination to tho
Presidency by an unsuccessful aspirant,
aro characterised, to say I ho least, by
an uncommon lack of reserve. Whether
they are equully marked by fuirness
our readers will judge. We will pro
ceed to comment very briefly on some
of the points Gen. Grant makes:
'Down to 18(11 beseemed liko a man
ambitious to do bis duly i s an officer.'
So much ho concedes in General Han
cock's favor, uml that honorably dis
poses of a very considerable portion of
In ISCi, when McClellun obtained
tho Democratic nomiiiution lor Presi
dent, II uncock received one vote. Ol
this Grant says : li-rra:cdhim' What I
for sixteen years punt has Gen. Hun
cock been a crazy mun, without any
ono at any timo suspoctiug it, with the
single exception of General Grunt 1 To
other people ha' lias seemed all the
while as sano is Georgo Washington
over wus. leruiinly lus famous order
No. 40 docs not reud like an emana
tion from an insine brain.
Then, too, duruig thin period of alleged
insanity, General Grant, according to his
oirn assertion boastfully made in this in
terrieu; procured Hancock's promotion to
a Major (Icncrahh'p I
Does ho believnin iiiuking crscy men
'Ho is craxy to bo President,' Bays
Is Hancock aiy more crazy to U 1'rcs
ident than G'niil himself is to be Prcsi
dent a third term?"
OEI'ICE HOLDERS RAMPANT.
Secretaries, Comptrollers, Auditors,
Chiefs of Divisions, Clerks, and Mes
sengers, Were leaving Washington last
week in swarms to take part in tho elec
tions of Indiana nd Ohio. Tliey form
the right wing of tho grand army of
retainers, who ate made lo contribute
of their pay, to voto, and to shout for
the regulation litket. Their first duly
is to sustain the Administration. Their
second duty is lo draw Iho highest
possible Hilary, un.l to do tho leust
possiblu work. Their third duly is to
tlcnounco the Democrats, and at pres
ent to procluim Hancock a traitor.
These regular partisan troops will
be absont from thu cnpilul until after
tho l Jth of October, receiving full pay
all Iho timo and without any deduc
tion for tho lost weeks from tho month
of holidays allowed in every year. Tbey
aro going on a political f'rolio ut the
expense of tho working people, with
tho solo object of striving to keep them
selves and their employers In offlco.
All over tho country more than a
hundred thousand officeholder ore
actively engaged in efforts to prolong
the present misrulo, and to perpetuate
the party of extravagance and corrup
tion in power. Their hot seal is ob
truded offensively elsewhere, and the
people, who are their masters, are
treated as servants under tho orders of
tho craw who stolo tho Presidency and
aro now running this Government as a
Those aro tho specimens of civil
scrvico reform in whose behalf tho Re
publican machine is now worked, with
a cry ot the diro effects lo follow
chango of Administration; by which
they might bo mado lo work for a liv
ing, instead of plundcringtho Treasury
Wo aro not sorry thoy bnvo shown
their hands this time.
"RehelWar Claims." Tho Democ
racy of Alabama and Louisiana quickly
respond to tho letter of General Han
cock on the war claims question by
giving It full and unequivocal endorse
ment on behull of tho people of their
section. Senator Hill, of Georgia, has
already -pointed out how ho took this
position long ago iu Congress and was
ondorsod for it by bis constituents, and
Mr. Herbert, candidato for Congress in
a leading Alabama district, says that
wero ho to run on any other platform
ho would bo boaten in every county of
bis district. The fact is that tho pri-s
out generation of tho Southern Demo
crats, liko their Northern allies
havo quite as much interest ns Ro
publicans can havo in resisting the
payment of thcso trumped up claims
that aro mostly in the hands of Ri pub
iieitn lohtiyists and claim agents.
There are Democratic properly owners
ami tax-pu) crs, as well as Republicans,
and it has long been patent to every
intelligent person mat tlioio 18 no
larger portion ol people in tho Demo
cratic party who would favor payment
of undue or exorbitant claims than in
A Tyrone ism The following truth
fill () and profound (?) cditorinl wo
clip Irom tho Tyrono Herald :
Talk ebon! Deraoeraey balerlng tba Inlereela
of the country. Look at Clearfield county, Demo,
rr.tle it li. Whil, ik, Dcmocrata had control
of tba Stato aud Nation, not a pound of coal wan
eblpprd to market. That riob irodult wae ae
dormant aa a ooor nail. Hut now, al.r a Re
publican tariff, t'learleld ooal brlnge tl.MIO.OOO
p.r annum in ma merhel and don't yoo rorxal
that all tbta ooal Denee throueh Tvroae lm
tta goldeo Impreit behind.
If tho editor who is the author ol
tho abovo paragraph was in tho habit
of getting drunk, wo could account for
this discount on human intelligence ;
but as ho Is a sober man, wo must as-
sume that his readers aro wholly Ig-
noranl ol currentevents ond aro easily
Imposed upon by wha1. aio termed
Death or a Postmaster. Alex
andria, VA.,Octobor7. Captain James
M. Stewart, postmaster of tho United
Slates liouso of Representatives, died
here to day, after a lingering illness,
aged 51 years. Ho served In the Mox
ican war as Liculenant and in tho Con
federate army as Captain. He was
elected postmaster of tho Houso in
1878, was re-elected in 1878, and bad
held many other offices of trust.
Dan Gardner, proprietor ol tho
Columbia Houso, at Atlantic City, and
a well known retired elrcns man. died
nn Friday last, aged C4 years. I
COM MUX 'IC AT El).
Mil. Kditor: If Senator Wallace
was a 'candidato lor the suffrages ol
tho people, it would bo folly lo sup.
pose that ho could csenpo Blunder I nun
iho brood of snilrcbers w ho compose
tho l(c putilicuii raoolo ol tins county.
Notwithstanding they could not call
truth lo their uitl in mukiiiL' one dis
reputable charge against him In his
onlire potitu-ul career, covering u eon
tiliiuius service ol i early I w. nty J cuts,
a luir, boiicol exuniiuutiiiii of bis otll
ciul uets could not product, single ai't
lliul is not justified by the liiirhest nil
ot political morals, und his uucmios are
driven to the. miserable expedient ol
Blundering him by the design of whul
purports to ho a eotlcc-pot, which limy
servo tho purposo of amioviiiir .Mr.
Wallace and his family, and exciting
contempt lor too designers, but not h
This coflco-piit story, as every intel
ligent person well knows, has its ori
gin in the suborned testimony of a
prostitute, procured by n man now no
more, and as it has boon suid that the
nameol the devil ought to bo mentioned
with reveronco, so ibis piinciplo com
pels mo to somo restraint in speaking
oi ono mat, wnuo living, showed very
littlo respect fof- himself. Tho char
acter of tho witness, and tho dirty
depths to which thoy had to descend
to procure, it, is of itself onoiiifu to de
ter any docent person from ever refer
ring to it. liespeclablo Republicans
cvorwncro blush ut the mere recollec
tion of the depravity lliul demanded
tho perjured testimony of a prostitute
to sustain it There is not, and novor
was, ono syllublo of respectabl-j testi
mony of any sort that could, even by
implication," connect Senator Wallace
with Iho colored mtturali.ation papers.
A cause must bo desperate indeed,
when tho private character of a citizen
must bo assailed to munufacturo cam
paign lies to bolster up a rotten cause
und u bclouled ond disirraced cundi-
dule lor President, like Jumes A. Gar
field. It seems thut the devilinb inge
nuity ol tho whole brood of slanderers
111 tho Republican parly fails to find
even ono thing to say "of the Demo
( ratio candiduto for President Gen.
Hancock. Not even tho hired and
trained besinircliers of reputulioiis who
iniesi ino Ju'piionean organization
huvo over been able to put a good
campuign lie into circululioii about our
candidate, (excepting a lew attempts
by Brainerd, Baxter ond Grant;, but
men who aro not candidates aro as
sailed for tho purpose of drawing at
tention away from the corrupted rec
ords of Gurtiold and Arthur.
W ben a party so proud us the Republi
can party once proteased to be, descends
lo such a depth of degradation ns this
party bss, and is compelled to nomi
nate men who havo no character, liko
Hayes and Garfield, for tho purposo ol
putlTng them into the Presidency, that
honest men, fit to bo President, would
spurn if not elected, wo should not
wonder that our distinguished fellow
citizen, who hus been a thorn in the
side of theso political vagabonds, is
mado a target for their mud and lies.
H is related by natural historians
thut a certain animal, a sort of proto
type of tbeso Republican wallowers in
the miro of political corruption have
been known lo become so insensildo in
their lutnens that the mice havo beon
allowed to burrow and nestle in their
bucks. Let Air. Wallace interpret the
clamor with which ho is assailed as
tho gruntings of tho herd in tho feel
ings and anticipations of thoir well
filled troughs beiiip-emptied and them
selves sent as commoners at largo
through tho streets, instead of preserv
ing their present accommodations in
tho well tilled pens of the public's pro
viding. Noithcrtho Democratic partv
its candidates, nor any private citizen
has anything to fear from'tho hoofs of
tins swinoisu multitude Tho Demo
cratic party stands to day high above
all the crimes of the opposition ; it
stands a defunce against all the evils
ol tho times ; it is independent in its
position of all corrupt bodies, and socks
comoinations with no luctionB or fun
atics or malcontents. It ia national
nnd universal in its bold unon all narts
of our common country, addressing its
eoiiservatism to all its interests known
to the laws, Stato and Federal. In its
Conventions, assemblages, aims, ends,
tendencies, and principles, it is repre
sented by men from every section and
district bound by the brothorhood of
ino union, tuo luiln or tbe Common
wealth and tho patriotism of tho whole
country. It bows to the reign of the
onsiuuuon, ana tho low yields equal,
ity to the States, demands a tyovern.
nient by tho will ol the majority of
iuo people, wherever tho popular
voice may oo neard, and delers to the
decisions of tho appointed tribunals.
When the laws fix who shall bo Judges,
it socks power to protect all sections,
all persons nnd all possessions! and to
promoto tho progress and prosperity
if all, touching all subjects of interest.
With its triumphs it tenders peace, so
cial safety, and the preservation and
pcrpotuation ol tho Union.
Tho enemies or this great Demo
cratic party, tho only ono of all in our
past history lelt to strugglo for tho
systems and tho examples of tho past,
baa but ono idea and no principle in
opposing the permoncnt union of tho
Suites. It raises tho standard of sec
tional hato, an I strikes blindly at
everything, however sacicd, in the
way; oponly proclaims tho "bloodv
shirt" in a bitter, malevolent Boirit. in
terms tho most incendiarv. irritation-
uuu wounuing lo soclional prnlo, and
assailing social and personal honor,
and durinL'ly risks all conscouenccs ol
destruction to oil amity between tho
utntua) nun ineir people rapidly tend
ing lo disunion. So sectional, so hos
tile, so threatening, and so unlawlul
aro its movements, armed as they are
with a largo treasure ot funds filched
from tbe people, and poured in bv the
contributions of rich funalics, and by
a powerful and well organized press,
aim ny mo nima pulpits ol a body ol
anti christ preachers no dnmrnronn
in a word, are thev to fifteen States of
this Union that they havo cntirelv iir
norcd thom in this strugglo for tho
i resiuoncy, and do net even name an
doctoral ticket in manv of them. Thev
appeal to every prejiulico, ovory pas
sion in the North alone, becauso that
section has a numerical majority, and
gut no inuuceo. to aecioro tho higher
law that "might mokes right" Nodo
mon of dostructivoncBB was ever so ram
pant, so formidable befuroin this coun
try, and this now is tho onlv formid.
able antagonism lo Democracy.
Clearfield, IV, Oct. 11, 1880.
Jrfferaon Laela. I'p.ai.l.H. .r .k. o-.l.
Confederacy, will vote foe ll.n.ni.k. I.ik..
loyal roan ia the Nation who will jn to tho poll.
aoilrVorrmborand can a role with tballnfaoout
traitor f fryaoVrieeile 'user.
What a nalied lio I Davis lias not
cast a voto for any cunjidato sinco tbo
closo ol tho war. He Is no citir.011. and
cannot Voto. Ilia First and Kocond
Lieutenant, Lonestreut and Jack
Mosby, can voto. Thoy havo boen
PA UIJOX KI, and are goinjr it hot and
heavy for De Uolyer Credit Mobilior-
32D (.'arflold. Why is ono rcbol hot
tor than anothor f Moshy and Long
street each killed ten Union soldiers lo
one that Olivia killed.
A (loon Flop. The Miltonian, pub
lished kt Milton, IV, tho oldest and
most influential Radical newspsper in
Northumberland county, has dropped
tbe name of (iarficld and hoisted that
ol Hancock, and tho odilor assigns a
score ol good reasons for to doing.
uoys, tuore's tome fun at Fbamokin
Dam, where we have often seen fun
before in ruffing llmea!
V I.I ST ON
HltooKVILI.l, IV, Oct. fi, 1H8U.
KniTuu Graph ic - Democrat : Hav
ing declared my preferorico liir lien,
lluncock for President, as between him
and Gin. GurticUl, it is proper I slum Id
give siiitiu reasons tberetor ; espoeiully
since I huvo lor tho past six years ail
vocaled the principles ol the Greenback
party, Inch I still endorse and be
lieve to be right. 1 wus a Republieun
until 1874, when I left that party, be
ing convinced ii wus corrupt. How
many more, just like me, huvo bud the
samo conviction pressed upon lliem
since 'f Let tho Forneys, Butlers und
Sickloses, and thousand more like them
unswor. This party bus been wading
through tho Credit .Mobilier business,
Iho Hilary grub, tho w hiskey ringsteuls,
the De Golyor job, tho Army and Navy
supply steals, and Custom House irreg
ularities, (many of theso things wero
found closo to if not within thu walls
of the While House) the contraction of
the currency and destruction ol green
backs, und Iho demonetization ol silver,
which lust two caused a demoraliza
tion of our industries, und tho bank
ruptcy of many of our best business
men, all over Iho country, helped on by
the class and special legislation of a
Republican Congress. At tho time 1
lelt tho Republieun party 1 believed
thif-o things were crimes und 1 believe
ho still; und holioving them such, I
dec-lured uguinsl the purly responsible !
For so doing I was called a dema
gogue, u tool und an idiot by those who
up to this timo wero wont to consult
with mo on political subjects. 1 was
ostracized politically by ihoso who hut
a day before were my professed Irionds.
I had never Bought office cither by
election or appointment. I had served
in thu war of the Rebellion, hud been
wounded, and wus con lined in Libhy
prison. . i suppose my Id-publican
iriends would Btrive to convince me by
argument of my error, il such 1 had
committed. They did no such thing,
but Instead heaped upon mo ami ull
like me, opprobrium und ubusu.
Malice, strile, butred, ill will and
abuso cannot long exist between differ
cut scciiiuivVf a nation, without caus
ing revolution ; nor should a party re
main in power that refuses to punish
thoso in positions of honor and trust,
who have been convicted of high crimes,
such as but rocontly occurred in our
State Legislature, when members ol
that body wore convicted by tho courts
of bribery, and promptly pardoned by
Governor Hoyt and bis Lieutenants,
tho members of tho pardon board.
Tho Republieun parly has rewarded
w-ith appointments aud nominations for
high and lucrative offices those who
have been guilty of high crimes. Few
persons are ignorant of Iho fact that
Gurfield has been in tho mire, to say
tbe least. Ho is covered with the slime
of his resignation just on tho eve ol the
buttle of Cliicamaiiga, with the Credit
Mobilier business, Do Golyor pavement
contract. Salary Grab and tho Presi
dentiul Steal, w hich lit him in un emi
nent degree, wo ore teld-by bis parly
ol grand moral ideas, for the Presi
dential office. And it is well known
that Mr. Arthur, tho candidate lor Vico
President with Gen. Garfield, was put
out of tho Now lork Custom House
for irregularities, by President Hayes
and Secretary Sherman.
I cannot support the men this grand
moral idea purty has nominated for
President and Vice President. I desire
lo retire these corrupt men, as well as
tho parly thut nouiiuutod them. 1 con
tinue to believo tho doctrines promul
gated by tho Greenback party to bo
true, and if adopted, they would in my
opinion, promote the best interests ol
all tbe peoplo ; but I cun sco no hope
ol electing General Weaver, and there
fore will suy that which is true ffl sup
port of General Hancock. I know Gen.
Hancock, and havo seen him on many
battle fields. I havo many times join
ed with thousands of tbo noble Third
Corps In the cheers thut were given
when tho word was passed along the
line, "Hancock is on our left" or "is on
our right with tho Second Corps." I
have also had the pleasure, twice in
my life, of conversing with Gen. Han
cock for somo time, when ho was not
on active duty in tho field.
I givo thcso few reasons, briefly ex
pressed, why I om a Grecnbackor ond
desire tho election of Gen. Hancock in
preleronco to Mr. Garfield. I beliove
Gen. Hancoc k to bo a good and pure
man ; bis public acts become purer and
stronger tuo nearer tho meridian they
come. And at lull meridian, on lues
day, tho Second day of November noxt,
tbey will be brighter than ever before.
Gxorue an 1, 1ST,
I'KEAnrvL Railroad Accident. A
dreadful aceident occurred on tho Penn
sylvania liuilroail in Pitttiliurgh last
Saturday nilit, ly winch a largo num
ber of people lont their lives, most ol
Ihcm being scalded. Tho accidont oc
curred aa follows: The first section
of tho Wall's accommodation train, go
ing r.ast, lelt tho Union Depot at 11.31
P. M., having a larire number of pas-
scngers who bad come to the. city to
participate in tho closing exercises ol
tho Imposition and witnens tho Demo
cratic demonstration. Tho back plat
form was so crowded that tbo head
light on tho second section following
could not bo seen. The first section
stopped at the regular station at Twen-
ty-eiglitn street, wliero tbey wero de
layed on account of another train
which was in the next block. Tho
second section caino along at a good
speed, but owing to the crowd on the
back platform of the flrat section tho
signal lights wero hidden from view
and consequently tho engineer of the
second section did not see tho train
ahead of him until ho was so near it
that his train could not bo checked in
time to prevent a collision and the en
gine went cranhing into the rear coach
of tho first section, pat ked as it was
with human beings. The cngino hnr
ied itsell to tho very cab windows
among tho screaming, suffering men,
women und children, mangling all who
wero in its courso. Tho boiler-bead of
tbe oolliilinif cngino was burst ofr by
tho shock and tho scalding water and
steam poured over tho occupants of
tho car, as if bent on completing the
horrible work that had gone before.
It Is Impossiblo to describe tho tearful
scene that followed. Tho moans of
tho dying and wounded and the shrieks
of those who hsd loal their friends
woro Inghtliil. I'p to 12 o'clock on
Sunday night twenty four persons had
died, and many more are doubtless dead
by this time.
Dok't br Too Smast. Mr. Unlusha
A. Grow, one of the Hadical candidatoe
for Senator Wallaco's shoes, ia on tho
stump, and announces that tho liadical
parly favors erpisl rights to all men,
in every clime I Thai's a very elevat
ing remark. Hut tho account found in
tho Hadiclal leader does not bslance in
that way. If Ihia bo true, how comes
it then, that down in the 8tate ot
Khodo Inland whore his party has hid
full control of all Slate and county of
fices since lH34-twtnty.six years
that W HITE naturalisod citisens must
own a certain amount ol real estate
beforo thoy need approach the ballot
box, while the AFHICAN who r.r,
neither road or writo, can vote by pay
Ing a fen cent I'oll tax 7 How is that
clime r Ia there no proscription and
Intolerance in that exclusively Hadical
littlo Commonwealth! Say I If the
same legal odium was found on tho
slatulo books In one ol tho Soutliorn
Slatos, that Commonwealth would be
put out of tbe Union. Vol, It is a
virtue "down Fat."
They don't bee it. Mr. Cessna's
expression, "Laboring men vote most
ly with their eyes," is equivalent to
saying the working men of this coun
try buve no innie judgment than cbil
dren; that tbey aro lo bo captivated
by show and parade ; and thut argu
ment is thrown away upon them.
That insult will co.it Mr. Cessna's par
ty hundreds of votes.
HTH AY. Cenietro.tieMinR-on the prcmiiee
of the eubaerlber re.tJinp; in Bloom t'.wn-
.tiip, on or about tba Slat of July la.l, a llgnt
HI D COW, boib bind reel white, and about tea
yean old. The owner ie rctnoeted to ooma f'r
ward, pi-ore hii property, pay tba legal chara-ee
and take her away, or the beait will be di.poa-d
of aceordinf lo law.
DAVID W. CIII1.S0N.
pure. I, Pa., Oct. , Isss SI.
SjTOTICB IN l)l ()lt( i: lo the Court or
Cnmlnoa Plea, of Clotrflcld county, No. 31,
Juno Term. ISCft. Alio. 8utport, Smp )irorrr.
Almtra Krl.c. br her next frirnd. William
Graham ra. 0. II. P. Kri.e.
The iindi-rilKned Comniinloncr appointed by
tbo .aid Court to take leetlmony in tba alva
oaae, giroe notion thu he will et'end to the duiiee
of bia appointment at Ml offlfcin the borough of
Clearfield, Pa , on Priday-. IMober 12J I?, at
I o'clock P. M., when and when all parties In
tere.trd may attend. OSCAK HITCIIKLL.
firm del J, IV, Oct. 6tb. 180 St.
PRIVATE SALE !
VNY purlieu in rid if m Knw Mill it hcnliy
Informed itnti 1 uitl tell ibtiu cue guvd
n iiftjr. Hiem'i llJuokfl, ft
FIFTY FO UU-IS'CJI SAW,
IMiinc. arid all the cthrr fisturoa in cod order.
For further information, adilre.e
JUSTIN J. P1K.
Ori-rnle M lllr, Clerfiel.l Co., Pa.
March .1, HMI tf.
VI DITOII'S NOTICE.
1h tbe uiftltrr of the 1 Id tho OrDhmii' Court
csteteorJuhn Hut- : r Clf nrfWld conolj,
tJioy, ilre'J. j )etiolTB0U.
The u in! i rijtr.fd tiiditor, eppointej by f.M
rVurt, to in a Iff dfntiilutioo of tbe Im lance ntiiiiin-
inn in the hin-U of l.-wreLde Y U&, Adinium
tmii.r, 4c, of laid tiee'd , em tlm rrtiei
t'g.lly entitle, thereto, hereby givMnotiM that
he Mill lit for the (iDiju ce of bit imiointmrtit
bit office in CleerfleU, oi THUkSlMY tbe 2Kth
le; -,t Ot'ToJJKK. A.l).
ltnO,.t lOoVlOfk A. M.
W. A. J1AUKKTY,
CleerfioM, IV, OH. l-i
ji inraivt noticis.
In the meller of the In tbe Orphen' CVort
e urate of Jacob t ot Clrerfieltl oouiitjr,
Ot-erhert, dre'd. j jViDBijlvBtiia.
The utideri.At.eJ Auditor, appnlatid hr eeid
Court, to ojikr dulribution of tbe dower niotiej
riiiD(t from tbe death of the wtd iw ot Joob
tJeerhart, tnj paid Into dart, or ebuit to be
f id id, among the partie legally entitled thereto,
benbj Rive fintife tbt be will ml fur the pur
pose ii f hit pp'iinlmeiit at fata office in Clearfield,
on FRIDAY the 2Uth Ur of OC 10 1! K It, A 1.
mi, it 2 o'el .ck P.M.
W. A IIA'.KRTY,
CloarGeld, l'.. Oo'. lHtb, 1S8P .It.
"I)Y virtue of eundry wrfti of IV m. Wiied
J) out of the Court of Common Plena of Clear
lii'lri Co., an 1 lo me directed, there will be npoed
to CI BLIO ISALK. at tbe Court tloue, in tbe
borough of Clear fie-Id, Pa., oo
Thursday, Oriober 94th, (,
At 1 o'clock, P M , the following de.eribrd rral
cetate, to wit :
A eerie if tra-t of lat,d titu.te io Wallace ton
bnrnuh, rkarfioM count r, P:nnitlvania, bum, U
rd on tbo north bv an alley, on tbe eaal by at
alley, en tbe multi l.y t)ear&ll etreei, and on
tbe weat by lot of A. Krunti, and known Id pl.n of
wi-l borough a lot No. (H, and bavint( thereon
erected a la rate frame houre, frame liable, and
other outbuilding, tseited, taken in execution,
and to be aoM a tbe property of Imac Shiinel.
All that errtnin piece of ground iltaate ia the
tillage of Dulioi., L'laarnVlJ county, Pi-aneyvauia,
bruin ded end de.cril.ed aa followa : Il iuo lrd cn
theaouthhy Long street, on tbe weat by C burro
treet, on the north by a alley, an tbe east by
land of Dulii-ii A Fuller, and known in gee era I
plan of tba village of Dulioii, in Sandy towoibip,
ae ion no. .,, is ono tv. ine lta are tnoloaed
with a good board fence. Stiit-d. Uken In eicu-
tioa, apd to be told aa the property of J. A.
Tin ica or Balk. Tbe twice or tun at which
the property aball be a truck f muat be paid at the
time of aale, or tuck Mber arrangemeuta made aa
will be approved, otherwise the property will be
immediately put up and aold again attbaexpenae
and rlak of the neraon to whom it waa atrunk off.
and who, In oaae of rteQcicnoT aft auch ra-tala.
ahall make good the earn, and ia bo inatanee
will tba Deed be preienlrd in Court fur confirma
tion tinleaa tba money ia actually paid to tbe
bbenff. JAMKS MAliAFFKY.
tiHRlirr'e Omra, I bbenff.
Clearfield, Pa., Oct. 6, ISSQ.
UliPllllTof th, condition of the COUNTY
NATIONAL BANK of Clearfield. at Clear.
held, In tho Rtato of Penn.ylranla, at the oloao
of bueinoas, October I, 1800:
Loan, and dlecoooti t.us.S? M
Orerdraft 1 1.4IT ST
U. R. Bond to eeeure circulation 100,000 so
IJ. S Uonde to aocura depoaita II, 019 69
Other etoeka, faondi.aod mortjeaa;...... 4,10 00
ouo from approved reaorro amenta. .... 10,113 80
Due from other National Bank. a 7 an
Hue Irom Stato Itanba and bankora.. lt.lt 31
Heal aetata, furniture, and fiataraa.... t.Ooi S7
Current aipanaea and talea paid 2.1dl 67
Premiuma paid J,is 14
Chepke and oiher ca.h heme- 3,olO V0
II ilia of other bank a 24 ft 00
Fractional paper currcnoy, including
nii-kela, and pennlaa n, l no
fpoois . I,01 (o
Legal-tender note - , ... IS, 104 00
Katlainptioo fund with U.S. Tteaa-
ror, a percent, of eirealatioD 4,500 00
Capital clock paid la
National Bank aotcauuteundino; ,
Individual depoaita lubjeot torhook..
Demand cerliflcatea of depoeit
Caehier'o check, onUiandinf....,.
line to other National Uanka.
. 13nnr 14
Si.. It o Van.yJiWo, Cttnrjiili 7o.le, S.V )
I. W. M. KIU W, Carbiir of the abovo named
Hank, do eilemnly iwparlhat tha above et.lement
la true to tbe beat of my knowlel;e an I belief.
W. M. SHAW,
SubeeribOd anil eworn to befom me tb. Mh da
of October, IKS0. . HADEUA I II II, N. V.
Corrocl-Atteet: I. T. LKONAKD,
A. B. SHAW,
II. L. KM: II,
Oct. IJ, IS,. . outfit.,,.
.I M KSO.VN
To those in Need of
Walnut Furniture !
X 'wi'll VrnVk"" , J' B K 1 T R ,h'""
Walaat, wood lop chamber enlta ai low aa ttj
Walnut, marble top chamber enlta a. low a. 1.16
Walnut parlor aoite.upholetered in hair cloth
rry .t raw all., lull eprlnf, all nphollerrd
In hack, ae low a. ...
Walnut parlor Kite, upbolaiored In Dlu.h..... tun
1M. If L I -
Lenn xea, fall eprln, rrom.
Snra., full aprlnr, from
Walnut, wood top lahlee from .. '.
Walnnt, marble lop tablne from
Walnut book ca.ee Irom
W'alnnt wardroboe from
Walnut aldeboerde from
Walnut ball rarba from .... .....
W'ovaa wlro ai.uu. r..K
...lie In 135
90 to 20
... 110 to 2t
.-...I to Sin
si lo a is
... J0 la no
.....'!) to B0
...410 te !i
M to tt
Walaat window cornice aa low aa".
Camp Chairs, all Prices,
All tbo abov. .... w .
. - p ......... iv naua or
tnabeet material and eoperlor workmanehip.
....,.t,,oa guaranteed In ovary enec.-!k
I keep oa band all bind, of cb.ao Vuii....
Draebate, Plower Standi, Wall Pookele. T..I
llaeke, Se.ln, Slande with baebrt, panel
. Plotnrva, IVlure Premeo, Pbow
Statuary, l.lih.ir.,ht, '
Oleofraiihe, I'bolo Carda. Ibromne An
Wblcb I will eellat (really redaeod prioa a. nr.
mo a call, and yoa will be convinced that yoo a.,
boy a-oode ahearer from ma Ih.o rM ... "
dealer la Ibie part of tbo Slat. ' '
A. J. JACKSON,
One Door East of Mossop'i Store,
UABKKT BT, 0LEARFIKLD, A.
Oi-toba, n, iaaa.it.
5,000 Rail Road Ties.
Curwonifille, Pa. Jan. I, Tl tf
1M I H A Y.o-Caute tre -a Ming on the prtumv,
Aj of tbe rubacribrr, residing in Graham t'n.
l.ii. on or about the frit of July laat. a HI.ACK
M i:KH, two ot tbree yr old. Tbe owner It
rriie.'ed lo e.ue fur ward, profe bit property,
pav tbe legal charge and take tbe atitnial aav,
or li will It dup vl ol aa lb- law direct. .
rUl-rti.wn, Pa . Oct. A, lSk 3'.
SIIOh:lAklr..-I hereby inform tny
trona, and mankind In getter. I, that 1 hate
rvmnred my aboruiaking abop to the room m
Urehaui'a row, over 8. I. finyder'a Jewelry at ore,
and thut I aiu prepared to do all kinde of work
In my Una cheaper than any other ahop In town.
All work warranted aa good aa ean be dona any.
where elne. Poaitlvely th i a ia the chapeat abup
in Clearueld. JOS. II. l'tfcKl.Vl.
Deo. 11, 1ST8U.
TIMBER FOR SALE I
AH of the white pin, hemlock and oaH timber
an Hi aeree, being pari of the l.eorge Habaker
tract. ;io Mori it towatbtp, ia for aale. Tba uadcr
ijn'. will receive propniele fa.r aaid limber,
either by the foot or for tha whole amount, wnb
auch tiaae to retail ra it aa may ba agreed upon.
li. H. A W- HAKKKTr.
Atty'a for the Uwnor.
Cleurjield, Pa., Sept. 22, l"0-tf.
ATTENTION FARMERS I
IHAVK returned to nip old biiHoi-e, ai.d will
tie f und at the PLniog MilluQiee, on Pine
rtr-et, CI.HAHFIill.l), where I will fell all
AM) THK CKLEBKATKD
WOOD aiOWER & REAPER,
A large Hock f which f baie etwMt on hand.
A lo, II AY R AK KS and all otbrr maobinei urI
by the Farmer, b well a material, lor repair.
I will exchange tbe at, ore article for
CASH, GOOD liEKF CATTI.K, or bHKKP,
A a I coiitcin plate butchering, and Would be
p!eaed to bare the trade of the farming puMic.
K LAM VY. likOU N.
Cltar9tld, l'a , June 9, le0 ll.
Re-Union of Trade.
r"MI 1C underijmd wiahing to info;m tbe rut ii
tt at be opened a
At tbe old tand in Troutville. Cleat fie Id count,,
Pa , on tho I Mb mat, with a full a lock of
intY .ooim, (;ittu i;hii:h. notion.
Itoota, rhofa, t-.tr..
In fact everything to be found in a flrat -cla( a torf,
all of which I am defermiurd to aril at the loweii
aKAHMr.KM Av l.L l!li:it I1.N
Will find It to l ti lr advantage to do their dealf r,K
with me, aa the bipbeit pricea will be paid fur
Urn in, rhingW, or Produce of an hind. Part
or one ball ceb will be pnld. Trading lor
ISlilnglea or Lumber of any hind a r-pectalty. Also,
Singer Sewing Machines.
Having made arrangement, with Ha I era tuer
ehante to iell goods furoiahed in, therefore call
and ae, aa I will be enabled to anil cheaper Dun
theihcapeat. J. W. CAKLlI.i:,
Troutville, Pa , rpt. Si, 'IV ly. Ag.ni.
John Irvin & Bros.,
All Kinds of Merchandise,
SI CH AS
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ete.
UANI FACTI RERS AND DRALERS IN
Mil Alt I TiyiKEIt,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
SAWED LUMBER CDT TO ORDER,
The Only Manufacturers in Clearfield
County of tho
NEW PROCESS FLOUR !
thorn, chop .. ff.tr
.-ii. mm I'm . ii.t.ri i
I'Cnsli paid for nil kinds of
Cimin Wheat, Rye, Onts, Ktc.
Cnrwrniville, Pe,, June 1, I8sfj.f.
Or1 IX'EIA.I-m ESTATE f
892 Aores of Coal and Timber Land,
HY virtue of a deed of Tol'io'arj aaa1nmeot
front N.Cariiar, Jr., and Mar K , hi wile,
to John J. Thutupaoa and CM. Carrier, la tru-t
for tba benefit of creditor!, dated the 1 1th dar o
Heptember, A. P. IB?5, and reeorded la the oflife
for recur ling deeda for the eountiea of .le!fer.n
and Clearfield; and bj Tirtue ol a deed of eauarn
tnent from tha taid J. i. Thotnpeoa and C. M.
Carrier tu me, in truit fur tba benefit ul the ered
itore of taid N. Carrier, .lr., dated the I'ilh dvr
of Dtevoiber, A. 1). 1 87 tf, and of record in the
i.fflfe fttf reeord.Olt ded In and for lb rnunln
of JetTraon and Clearfield, I wnl offer tor aale at
put ho a ie (ion, at the Court lli.uae, ia Uiookti le,
Jcfleraoa couotr, l'a., oa
Thursday, October 28th, 1SS0,
AT ONE O'CLOCK, P. M .
all the rl,ht, title and intereil of nil ai,nor..
and all the a.tate. right, mi. ,,4 lalercl.
M.ljneil to mo l.y tirtue or Ibe above mrailoard
decile of ...ijiim.nt, of, ia and ta tha follown.K
d. wnlied pn.,crtl.., ailuate In lluatnn towo.hip.
utearoeld eoanty, Penn.ylvanta, via:
let. ll.ajooloe; at a poat o. 0., at tbo eooth
ea.t corner ot tr.ol tills : .bane, aorta l .mil
percho. to a bircb O. C 1 laonoa aoalh to" weel
115 perrbva ta county biaat Ihonoa along aald
ClaarOeld county line aoutb !2" weet 146 porobee
to Ibe tntcreootion of oounlv lin. and th. MM ik.
era boundary lia. of tract 4391, Ikenoo alone
eaid boaedary Una eootb h9 eaat 161 919 per
ch.i to lb. plaoa of bafinatn,, onalalolni o;
aorea, mora or I..., an I being all that pan if
warrant No. 439-i, 1,1,,, 0f h0,
JJ. Urfinnm, at a pine on Una between tract,
45W and 4226 ibenc. along aaid line north 1
oa.t 1 00 p.rebea to a bircb tree O. O ,- tbenoe along
tboaouihern boundary line of tract 42:10 touth W
ea.t 2 .0 pcrobea lo a poat j thenro eouib 1" et
1011 perch., to a poat ; thenro aorlb 9J we.t 2 W
perche, to the pla-e of begmnlog, toauinini l0
aeree, more or le.e, and being Ibe no, lb w.eteor
oer of warrant No. 4225.
SI lleginning at a bircb O. C , at tha . u h
weileni corner of Inwl 425H, thence north I
C..I U.I perrbre to tbo intrreortion of the cooniy
line wltb the cetera boundary line of tree! No
4397! tb.tca along aaid eo.oly Una north 11'
ea.t 240 perrhra to tbo iotorerotlon of .aid coolly
line, wiib tbe northern boundary linv of tract N'
41:i0 thence nlong eald boundary line eooth I' .
ea.i Ifn pirrbae to hemlock t thence pouih I
wert .'30 perohee to tha norlbero bounil.TT liar
ol No. 4JJ5; thenco along eald boundary I ne
nnrtb 99 weet 260 perrboa to tbo place of ban
ning, containing 4:iS aeree, mora or leu, and be
ing that part ol tho weatera half of warraal No
42li that lie, et of tbe J. Hereon and L'l. nl'IJ,
4th. Beginning al r bircb at tha aoutk re'iera
corner of tract No. 4197 I Ibonco aortb " aril
St perohee lo tbo onontj line Ibence alorg aaid
county lino aonh 21" e..t 72 perch., to a r":
tbenca aoalh 9 eaat t percbr, to the w-et.ra
boundary line of No. 42M thrnoe Booth l e.l
Sl perrbre to tbo plact of begma'ag. o..nt.iaiiig
aite and aillaea buadrodth. acrM, mora or .B.
and being the eoatheaaterw mnim of .r.anl No.
d'"7. lying aaai of the county line.
Timbered wltb PINK, HKMIIK'k Al
HAM) WOOD. Bilualeia tbo l..oa.
HKYNOl.DSVILLK COAL BASIS,
auppoaad to bo all anderlald wltb bllamiaiee
ooal, though aa yot andeveloped. There la a val
wel.le mine Bevcn root vein now opea eb et toe
mil. 1 aoulb of tba above land, on the eld Otbera,
Carrier t BauM land.
It la diet.nt ahu.t i)m. ,k. Dork.
dale OH Uriel, aoo bolag developed.
in. oearvei railroad atatloa ta l-alla I. rrca.
about Ibree mile, diMatit, oa tbo Low Urado
Illrliloa of tbo Allegheny Valley Railroad.
T Sat!. Oae half ca.h. balance la
one year, wltb Into reel stcattd bv luilgmonl bead
with approved eeourlty.
ror lurinev intormalloa sddroaa tbo aader-
aload at Uroohvllla, Pa.
, GEORGE W. alRANS,
e. 12, ma M. Aa.lgnMof N. CanUt