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titoRQi B. Goodlandeb, Editor.
WBDNEBDAY MORNING, NOV. 17. IIM.
Reader. If to. want to know what la tolnt OB
L the builnoia world, Juit read Our adverliilng
eoiuama, too Sptnat oolumo In parlleuiar.
"Conrplraej to oloel tbe Praildaacy." Journal.
Why, that, old I Tho thing hap
pened four yearn ago. lou are a
pretty parent to becomo frightened at
your own ofTnprinK. Koep cool !
Lit Him Go. It is said that Ulysaea
S (i.ant will no longer Inhabit Gale
na, 111. li nominated in 1881 it will
bo ths business of tbo President of tho
Hepublican National Convention to
relcr to him aa from Now York, for in
that State and in tbo city nf tbo sumo
name, bo shipped bia traps a few
Settlkd Down. Dennis Kearney
having played Tborsitea till even the
Faoifie coast hoodlums sickened of
him, now cnnays tbo rolo of Cinein
riatus. His lurewell address, in which
bo announces his intention of going to
work fur a living, intimates that ii the
people should try to drag him from
bis dray to the dictatorship bo would
not hold back hard enough to tear his
Som 15m Voting. Tho voto cast
for Presidont in Philadelphia was 173,
847. Tho Greenback voto was 237
and tbo Prohibition voto was CO. This
was certainly a slim turnout in that
great city for. tho reformers in tho
Temperance and cash lino. Garfield's
voto was 97,219; Hancock's, 70,331.
Tho majority for tho former is there
A Samtle. ThoCbamberaburg Spirit
of lost week remarks : "Just as we go
to press tho Jlepublicans ol this place
aro getting ready for a big jolification
and parade in honor of their lato vic
tory. If thoro is any fun in rejoicing
ovor tho defeat of tho bruvo Union sol
dior who won the battlo of Gettysburg
and saved tbo Stute trom the hands of
tho liobel invaders under Leo and
Long-ti cot, let 'era rejoice I"
Must be Happy. A telclgram to
the Metropolitan journals says: "Ex
Sonator ChalTeo, of Colorado, lias
brightoned up tho honoy moon of h
son-in-law, Ulysses S. Grant, Jr., with
a present of 1100,000 in Govornnioii
bonds." That's a good Iking 18,000
per annum of an income. It's lovely
just now, but if tho chip does not tako
bottor care of bis gilts than tho parent
block baa, bo will bo a bankrupt at th
end ol twenty years.
For Dm Still. General llancoc
baa passed through the ordeal of
fierce political oontcst and comes out
with a rccotd as pure as when ho en
tored. It is not to tho credit ol tho
pooplo of tho United Stales that an up
rinht limn, who kervtid Lis country so
woll and valiantly, should bo set aside
for ono whoso record is stamped with
dishonest actions and infidelity to pub-
lie trusts. Wo would rather bo Han
oock than Garfield to day.
Good. Tbo editor of tbo Philadel
pliia Record gets in on bis neighbor In
this way : "The Bulletin wants Con
. gross to shut down on 'the buzzard si
vor dollar' becauso it docs not weigh
enough and is at tho same time too
heavy. It calls also for tno suppres
sion ol tbesmallur sized gold dollar be
causo 'it is too diminutive.' Tho Bul
letin folk aro getting too particular
about their money. Tho majority of
pooplo are glad to got almost any
vjuvxhfjiiisnt r amilies. An ex
change says: "Wayne MucVoagh is
now suggested for tho United States
Senatorship from Pennsylvania. With
JJon Lumcron appointed to the Cabi
not, Cameron pert olectcd to bis scat,
Brother-in-law MacVeagh succeeding
rvoiiace ana uncle John Sherman
made United States Senator from Oh:
tub family's cbiel concern would be
to find a Senatorship lying around for
tho young man who is about to marry
jyAcun ino Vienna corres
pondent of tho Now York Express
says: "Ucn. LiongBtrcot took a hearty
laugh over General Hancock's defeat,
I tried to whip him at Gettysburg and
several other places during the war,
out 1 tailed to accomplish what my
friends have done so woll now." Long
street is Minister rionipotoritiary to
Austria, urn corpse shunned thou
sand of "Yanks" during the rebellion
but having turned jnst as Benedict
Arnold did against bis causo, he re-
ceives for his treason a price in gold,
TnEiT in CuuRcn. A lady who bad
beard a vigorous charity sermon, and
yet bad given nothing whon tho con
tribution box was passed around, lis J
her pocket picked while she was going
out ot church. On making the dis
covery sho remarked : "God could not
find the way to my pocket, but tho
dovil did I" The Baptist Weekly ar
guos that while this may bo regarded
as a spocial and peculiar visitation,
omcr pcopio who give nolbinit need
not think that their escape is owing to
any merits of their own. A clearer
reference would be that the services of
an efficient policeman are urgontly ro
quired at the church door.
J.00K UUTI A contemporary re
marks: "John Gilpin bad not a more
Irngal mind than General Bonjamin F.
Butler. As Trcasuror of tbe National
ooldiers Homo ho draws at the becin-
ning of each fiscal y ear the on lire year-
J I'PTnaiion. Tni, tnr- birf
practice puts in his hands about $500,
000, which be can dispose of 'whore it
will do tbs moat good' until It Is nccos
sarlly paid out for the oxponsos ol tho
Home, as bo is not required to iri.
bonds for tha proper disbursement of
the lund in his bands the Maasachn-
etts statesman ol course baa the cama
all to himself, and makes tbs most of
H. .V hat a Seoretary of (he Treasury
h would makel"
Till OfYICIAL RKTl'HNBOP THE ilection
in all the counties or the state.
The following table gives tho ofliciul
vote of each county in tbo State lor
President, as Bled in tho offleo of tho
Secretary of the Commonwealth, com
pared with tho rota for President in
ta i P
Heaver - .
Carbon - -
foreit - -.
Greene - -
Luzerne - -
Milllin - -Monro.
693 1 1
Potter - -
I loga . . . -i
Union - - -i
Warren - -!
.Total - j 300,204 384148
Phelps, tho anti Masonic candidato
for President, received tho following
vote: 1 in Allegheny, 1 in Beaver, 17
in Bradford, 1 in Eric, 4 in Franklin,
2 in Indiana, 1 in Jefferson, 3 in Lan
castor, 6 in Susquehanna, S in Wayno,
5 in Lackawana total, 44.
For President, thoGreoiibnckors poll
ed 20,008 votes In tbo State for Gen.
Weaver, and the Prohibitionists 1,9.19
ForAudilorGencral, John A. Lemon
has 36,509 majority, and Judge Grocn
Appointment or Supreme Judges.
One of tho most important duties
tho now President will have to per
form will be the appointment of four
Associate Justices of the Supremo
Court of tbe United States. Justice
Clifford, notwithstanding the natural
sensitiveness of his friends on the sub
ject, is said to bo mentally and physi
colly incapablo of evor taking bis scat
again. Ho is 77 years old and bis
health is so precarious that he can
hardly be expected to long survive.
Justico Hunt's health is also threaten
ing. Ho has not been upon tbe bench
for two years and will probably novor
be able to resume his dntios. Ho is
seventy years old. Justico Swayno,
although in good health, is seventy-six
years old, and it is understood he will
retire in a year. Justico Strong is also
in good health, but ho is seventy-two
years old and it is understood that he,
too, will retire aftor the fourth
March and tako advantage of the full
pension allowed by law. Thus tho
next Prnaidcnt may have tbo appoint
ment of four now Judges, a rcsponsi
bility he ought not to regard lightly,
Should only Republicans bo selected
the Court will then stand eight Repub
licans to ono Democrat (Justice Field)
who was appointed by a Republican
A Consolation. Every man who
voted for Hancock can lay his band
on his hoart and honestly say that ho
did not vote for a bribe taker, a swindler,
and a perjurer. No man who voted
for Garfield can honestly say that.
Kvery man who votod lor Garfield
voted to endorse a perjuror. There is
no escaping this conclusion. Had Han
cock been guilty of swindling, of bribe
taking and of porjury, every Demo
crat who would have voted for him
would have become an endorser of the
crime and a partieeps criminis. Demo
crats and Republicans, therefore, who
votod lor Hancock will always have
tho consolation that they voted for a
man of spotless characlor, a patriot, a
statesman, and a man whoso character
has never been tainted by swindling
theUovornmcnt, by bribe-taking, or by
black and damnablo perjury. These
aro facta and all h--l can't wipe them
out: So says the Selinsgrove 7"imf,
and so wo all say.
Is it Creditable? Republicans
may lejoice over tbo election of Gen
eral Garfield, but their rejoicing has
its backset. There is blight in it. It
is not a healthy rejoicing, tor they
xnow tueir victory was a bouqht one.
1 ho power of monoy did it. Hence it
is discreditable, and tbey know it. In
such a victory no honest man will re
joice not even sn honost and consci
entious Republican. Ho knows it is
discreditable, and the prick of con
science1 will annoy him.
Tua Time. We ses it "stated that
tbe Presidential Electors chosen In tbe
various 8tatos will meet at ths State
Capitals on the first Wednesday In
jvoccmDcr tbs 1st and cast their
votes for President and Vice Trosl
dont. Congress will begin to coon I
the voles on ths second Wednosday ot
Henry Wattkrhon's IUuaiik..
Tho editor of tbo Louisville, Courier
whoso word "only," in tho laritf plunk,
many people think did it, escribes
Hancock's defeat to the Democratic
party's too easy abandonment of its
fundamental principles. Tho Repub
licans, te declares, are everything bad
but fools, and the Democrats though
honest nro look He has no idea of a
now party but proclaims hla own fu
turo pnHtlnn something al lor this style:
"Wise men will halt, whilst uselul imii,
taking their political lives in their
hands, do reconnoitre Claiming
nothing, asking nothing, hoping only
to bo useful, wo find oursulves standing
upon tbo border line of a great country
and tho confines of a shifting situation ;
and we shall constitute ourselves a
vedetto, sending to tho rear, it possi
blo, mcssuges ol cheer but, good
nows or bad news the truth, as wo
seo it, always. To this end, wo ask
tho confldeiico of our readers j refer
ring them to tbo record as some guar
antee of successful serf ice, and at least
as an assuranco of disinterestedness
and fidelity. These bo slippery times,
and no ono on tho skirmish line, grop
ing in tho darkness, can bo certain
of his steps. Wo shall be, from tho
nature of tho caso, steady only in aim,
intention and conviction ; fearless at
hcurt and explicit us God wots und
circumstances shall allow. Wherefore,
without suspicion or rebuko, charging
us with nothing excopt what appoars
upon its face, and liberally discounting
that let us move ahead. Applaud us
if we run ; console us it we fall ; but
lot us pasB on ; for God's sake let us
Scounokelium. A dispatch from
London to New York on Saturday
Inst, says: "ThenewBofa Republican
victory in your Presidential contost has
boon followed by a marked full all
round in American securities. Every
body on this sido of the water had
been led to believe that this could only
happen in the event of tho Democrats
electing their candidate to tho Presi
dency." Exactly, and according to
tbo New York and Philadelphia pa
pers, stocks in the markot in this coun
try are taking tho same direction.
This is not tho entertainment that was
promised by tbo Republican press, and
although tho declino both in England
and at homo will no doubt prove to be
temporary, yet it Hancock had been
olectcd tbe fall in prices would have
boon attributed to that causo and that
alono. Such aro tho dishonest meth
ods of Radicalism. However, it is in
keeping with current ovents. It makes
' ' " " alv'"
"w M'"o.imu 11, 1110 oimnury voter
whether bis candidato lor President
was bribed or committed perjury dur
ing his publio career, ho still being
outside of tho penitentiary is available
enough for those patent Christians (?)
who thank God that tboy aro not like
ether pooplo cxtorlionors, cto.
Grant's Case. Tbo Philadelphia
Times says : "Somo way will have to
bo devised to kcepGeneral Grant warm
during tbo ensuing four years. Jnst
now bo is tho biggost man in this coun
try, but tho edge of that will sooncomo
off if he is compelled to settle down to
any humdrum sort ol life. Pcopio
don't expect common conduct like that
from a man who has shaken hands
with most of the boasted nobility of
Europe rrd he wouldn't b r"srded
as a promising man for 1884 if be be.
came a familiar every -day eight to tho
people. On tho whole, perhaps Gen
Grant bad bettor go around tbo world
again, and to make it more interesting
ho can go around the other way this
lime. ' Send him as Minister to China,
and have bim buy a lot of Garfield
cheap labor fellows and ship them ovor
hero for the benefit of "tho labor clo-
mcnl" that voted so vigorously for
Our Conuressional District. Tbo
Return Judges from the several coiln
ties composing tho XXth Congres
nional District met at the Court House
in liellcfonto, on Tuesday, tho 9th
inst., and discharged their duties oc
cording to law. Tho following is a
comparative voto for 1878 and 1880:
oorjsTisi. isra isso
Cliaton .. ilf.5
Total 13381 134S4 17481 1447
toenail m.Juilljr, 74; Carlla'l Bajorilr orar
Tho Greenback voto in the District
for President was 555, nearly all of
which sottlod on Mr. Murray. The ro.
suit is positivo proof that tho election
of 1878 was a hugo fraud, and those
that defended the crimo must by this
time seo tbomsolvcs as others seo them
Pennsylvania's Claims. Tho Cin
cinnati CommfTcial makes this "nobby"
suggestion: "Pennsylvania may bo
styled in politics tho superb, and Simon
Cameron at tbo critical moment took
the Mine and drove over tbo hard part
of the road, being alter all the most
significant of tbo figures in tbe cele
brated tableau at Warren and In the
visit to Mentor. We assumo that
Pennsylvania will have a Cabinet offi
cer, and that be will not be displeaa
ing to the Camcrons. We have heard
that Don Cameron wonld rather hold
the office of Secretary of War than
any athor much rather than bo in
the Senate. We would mako Don
Secretary of War, if that would mako
him happy, and let Pennsylvania elect
Simon Cameron and Gulusha A. Grow
HinriLT Colored. Tbe Census Du.
reau finds tbe population of South Car-
olina to be 905.206, an increaso ol
289,000 over the population credited
the Stato in 1810. Of this population
301,071 aro whito, an increase of 101,.
404 in ten years. The colored popula
tion is 604,235, an increase of 188,421
for ths same period. This would indi
cate an increaso of 35 per cent, for the
white population and 45 por cent, for
the colored. Tbe colored population
exceeds the whito by 213,154. This
increase, which covers a large per
centage over the Increase ol 1870, is
mainly due to the fact that tbe census
of that year was imperfect and fraud
ulent, In cutting down the population.
Peculiar. While Garfield rcccivod
over 20,000 majority in Philadelphia
for President, tbe Democrats, never
tbeless, sleeted Patlison, their nominee
lor Comptroller, by a majority of 13,
683. How is tbat for a slidinu scale ?
EIGHT PERSOXS BURXED TO
Bradford, Pa., November 11. A
special to the Era says aterriblo oas
unity happened laot evening near
Brown's sawmill, at liardell City,
twelve miles from here. A number of
men were, ill their bouiditig houso,
sitting around the tire. Four others
had gone up stairs to bed. As tho fire
begun to burn low in tho stove one nt
tho men dipped a cup lull of oi! Irom
a bucket at hand and poured it on tho
coals. Tho oil remaining In tho cup
caught fire, and tbo person holding it
throw the hinting mass owny and it
fell into tho buckot. All explosion
immediately followed and tho burning
fluid scattered all around tho room,
deluging the clothing of tho men with
flaming oil. The men rushed out, en
veloped in a ehoct of firo, and crawled
on tbo ground In agony. Meanwhile
tho homo burned rapidly. In the cm
bcrs were f und the chaired remains
of four men who were upstairs. Their
names aro Elliott, Brown, Hcaly and
Ilydo. Of tboso down stairs Joseph
Dcnnock, Henry Monroo, F. Welsh,
and another, namo nnknwn aro dead.
Tho fifth ono is not expected to live.
TnK African Element The Easton
Sentinel remarks: "About tho closest
voting that wo noticed anywhere this
year, between tho two political parties.
was in Montgomery county. Out of
atotal voto of 22,051 east for President,
tho Garfield electors have one majority,
and for County Treasurer, out of a
total voto of 22,005, Jacob N. Yost,
tho Democratic candidato, bad just one
mi'jonly, and is the only Democrat on
tho whole ticket. Tho Republicans
wore so desperately determined to car
ry that county, becauso it was the
nativo placo of General Hancock, that
they colonized 1,200 negroos and votod
them in the Republican districts in tho
lower end ol the county. Protty
expensive business, to pay nothing
or its coiitemptibleness, but it did
tho business." They imported tho no
grocsfrom Chester and Delaware coun
ties, whero they were not needed.
What a "grand moral ideal" Was
tho devil more impudent when ho took
our Saviour up into a high mountain
and offered tosell him tho whole world
il bo would fall down and worship bin),
when tho rascal did not own a foot
of the land ho offered to sell. The
modern moral idea vender must be a
chip off the old block.
Pandy Inwaiblp, Clcnrflitld onunty, of hi'-b
Pullnia Oily ii lha principal part, pollrd 7&8
Turn, inn it a ver large ?oia for one Unard
f" 'k' '" ("' "! mi" .are
t" Iw a ola a ailoute aa4 ibirly-eiglit toipara
Why, that's nothing for us Clear
fielder! To illustrate: In 187C, Brady
township cast 652 votes, and in 1879
tho Court cut it in two, and called tbo
new piece Sandy. At the last election
Brady cast 411 votes, and Sandy 758;
total, 1,109 being over onr! hundred
percent, of a gain in four years Again:
In 187C, Woodward township tallied
3S3 ballots. Now they count out C01,
anda lew hundred more could not reach
tbe ballot-box in tho time allotted for
holding the election. Our aggregate
vote in 1870 was 6,5.18; the other day
tho election officers counted 8,339 bal
lots. More: Uy the timo 1884comos
around, Bcecaria and Kartbaus town
ships will show the same gain that we
now record in Sandy and Woodward.
We have the ptnrT ri;M her and ((,
next generation will not be able to get
away with it. Young man and capi
talist, you need not "Go West" if you
have any snap or cash I Como right
hero into Clearfield, and "grow np
with tho country
Dead Senators. There aro now
three .vacancies in tho Stato Senato
and all caused by death. Gcorgo D.
Jackson, of Sullivan, and Charles II.
Paulson, of Allegheny, both Demo
crats, died during tbo last year, and
their vacant seats were filled on tbe
2d inst Willi nm Elliott, Republican,
of I'bilauelphia, died on Friday eve
ning, tho 4th inst., and as twenty
days notice aro nocossary for an elcc.
tion, a special election will be called
before the meeting of tho Legislature.
Tho next Senato will, therefore, con
tuin threo 'now mcmbors, elected to
surve two years, and twenty-five now
Senators chosen lor the lull term of
A Good Hit. Tho llurrisburg Pa.
tnot has tho following :
It doei not IU In the mouth of the eitltor nr the
New York Sm to blame any one but hlmwlf ft.r
ma oitciion uarneld. no limner bed the Oe
tuher blalei declarril ajrainit the Demneretie par
ty then that Journal hifan to oeery Ibe oandiiU-r-y
of Oeneral llaneiek. Tbo Niw ork tfee and
New York V.r. a1 had their fall ebere in the
traaaoa by wolnh N. York wil betrayed lato
tha haode of tbo ODomy."
"I kicked both tboso journals out
of our office four years ago. Tbey are
commercial newspapers. They have
a caBh prico for everything. They
praise men for cash and they abuse
them for a similar consideration, and
in morals the tono of thoeo papers are
as faulty as it is possible to make any
avenuo or public information.
The Color Line. A negro barber
threshed a whito Democratic Briga
dier for Congioss over in Alabama at
tho rccont election. Tho Philadelphia
iVivortf grows "phnnny" over tho re
sult after this fashion: "Tho colored
barber elected to Congress from Ar
kansas evidently held tho polo, llo'll
not be strapped any more, and is not
likely to raxor mufB about bull-doxing.
Ho lathered his Democratic rival well,
and it wasn't a very closo shave either,
but a caso ol shear luck. Tho Demo
crats will no doubt brush up now, and
perhaps they can comb in next timo."
Clearly Stated. Tbo Washington
Post puts it in this shape : Editor Rums-
dell expresses the opinion that "the
vile and slanderous abuse" of General
Garfield by Dcmocratio newspapers
and speakers has largely increased his
vote. Hut we shall be obliged to
credit Editor Ramsdell's at tho ex
pense of bis voracity. Ho not only
knows that General Garfield stands
oonvlcted ol bribe-taking and perjury,
but tbat tho witnesses and judges were
bis own party friends and associates.
r orty elections could not obliterate the
verdict or remove the stain.
The Difference. Out of the whole
population ol tho Stato of Delaware
one person in five cast a vote at tbe
late election. In Rhodo Island one
porson in nine voted. For stubborn,
real, practical bulldosing no Stato in
the Union has made such headway as
tbs smallest one. It Is Incorporated
n her statute law. I
DEATH OF COL OX EL DRAKE
A bkktcu of the pioneer or the
PENNSYLVANIA OIL REUIONS.
Cel. Edwin L. Drake, who Bunk tho
first oil well in this Stato at Titusville
died at his borne in South Bethlehem,
on Monday evening, Nov. 8, aged six
ty ono yeurs. The narration of the
discovery of tho merits of pelrnluiim
us un illuminating iiinil, uini ol the
nicusures concerted for its introduction
into thousands of homes in bulb conn
nents, forms an interesting chapter in
the bislory of Pennsylvania. Colonel
Uruko was born in .i recti county. Now
York, and spent bis early duys on bis
littuers tunn, at JlutluuU, Vermont.
At cigl let'ti years, single bunded, ho
eiitorotlunonthustrugglisot ihu world
Ho was successively cupluin on the
I'.iio Cunul, clerk on a steamer plying
betwoou Buflulo and Detroit, supcrin
lendenl of a Tecuiuseh, Michigan, oil
cloth factory, salesman in a Now
Haven clothing store, drummer for a
New York mereuittilu house, express
messenger between Albany und Boston,
ana Irom 1819 to Ibil he wits con
ductor on tho Now York and Nuw
Huveii Railroad. Ill beullh compelled
him to reniga Una. latter position and
he uccepted an oiler from Townsend.
PiurpnnL Ives li Bowditch, of New
Huvun, who had comu into possession
ol a tract ot lunu al lilunvillu, l'enn
sylvaniu, to visit Ihu purchused situ
und investigate a dulcet in thu titlo to
the property, luo lund owed its value
to a spring, from which was taken
with a tiluukol oil used in the iiiunu
lucluro ol a liniment to nich wut at
tributcd great curative powers. Tho
fluid was known as "Seneca Oil," and
had been aimlt led by Professor
Sillimun, who regarded it as of small
imporuiuoe. Colonel Drukosaw ulnlo
ut Titusville tho oil in use & a lubn
cutor, and alter muck difficulty sue
needed ill forming a stock company,
composed entirely ol Sow Haven oum
ness men, and went buck to Titusville
as a salaried sgent ol tho "Seneca Oil
Company." Ho was to bo responsible
lor all losses and wus to shore wnul
evor profits might arise with thu capi.
Ho determined to boro for tho oil,
having convince! himself of tbo feasi
bility of tho rilun, but for a lime could
hire no men to work fur him, as be
was deemed a lunulic. Finally, ufter
muny discotiragcinonu, he drove to tho
depth ol 69) leet.on Sutunlay, August
29, 1659, a pipe of soft iron, 1) inches
thick. Work was suspended tor the
Subbuth, but to his groat joy Colonel
Drukoon thu following duy found oil
bubbling over the lop of the pipe. A
pump wus rigged and tho pipo yielded
iwenlyfivo burrols a day. Shortly
alter the derrick, works und engine
were burned out und Colonel Drake
was penniless. Within thirty duys tbe
enterprising pioneer in petroleum had
rebuilt the works. Ho Bank another
well and ihe business grow Inrgcrduily-
Spoculutors flocked in by tho hundred
and men s minds weto unbalanced
through oil. The Seneca Oil Company
sold out, and Colonel Drake operated
individually until 1864, when novertv
und ill hciillb compelled him to retire.
Tho last f.'iOO used by bim in the wotk
on the Drake well was borrowed
Tbo Stutegranled bim in 1S73 a civil
pension ot 81,600 a year, reversible In
bis widw while she remuind iinmur
ried. It wus a small recompense lor
his public lubore. Tho twenty-five-1
burrel well of August, 1859, has been
augmented by 10,000 other wells, with
an nnniiul capacity of not less than
lo.000.000 barrels. Not less than (00,
000,000 worth la exported annually,
und troiu his hum hie but beautiful
home in South Bethlehem Colonel
Druke could daily see passing over tho
Lehigh Valley mid Lehigh and Sus
quehanna luilroads lung trains of oil
lu n K s on Wieir way to tho tide, supply
ing the world with one of its greatest
prod nets, lie was au earnest roc mber ol
the Protestant Episcopal Church and
leaves a family of a wife and three
children, hy waom be was luolixvd.
GOVERNOR IIOVT'B PROCLAMATION TO
THE CITIZENS OF OUR STATE.
Harrisrl'rq, Nov. 8. Tho follow
ing proclamation was issued by thu
Governor to day :
Tho President ol tho United States,
by proclamation, has recommended
tho people to meet on Thursday, tho
2ulb of November instant, in their
respective places ol worship to make
acknowledgement to Almighty God
ior ins nouniics and bis protection,
and to odor him prayers lor their con
To tbe dwellers in all tho Nation
havo been allotted health, wealth and
prosperity throughout all our borders
peace, honor and friendship with all
tbo world ; firm and fuithful adherency
oy tne greot Dorly ol our populu
lion to tho principles of liberty and
justice, wnieii have mado our great
ness as a Gallon, and to tbo wise in
siilutions and strong frame ot irovorn
mcnl and security which will perpetu
T o tho contented, happy inhabitants
ol peucelul rennsylvunia havo been
accorded special grounds of thanks
giving. All our vast and varied in
diiHlnes have been prospered, and tbe
loner every where lound adeqtialo ro
ward for his lubor. It bus been put
into me ucitrts ol tne people to appro
hend how society ia a great unit, in
which tbo welturo of one is tho Wei
furo of all, and how. no man or class
or interest ran receive injury without
injury to all. l'nticnco in trial, confi
deuce one in another, courageous pur
(rose oi persistent Industry, tbo recog
nition in al) our production, in all oui
traflie, that wo aro children of a com
mon Father, huvo exalted the four
millions of our pcopio into a wondrous
niusiralujn (it the powerol a free Chris
Let ua all turn ourselves to a devout
observunee nf tbe recoinniondalign of
the President. Henry M. Hovt
By tho Governor,
M. Ii. tJltAT,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
How it was Done The Perry
County Democrat says it knows of a
young Democrat in Centre township
in said county who wus offered (3.00
on day ol election to otu lor Garfield.
Such meant were no doubt used in
every election district in this State, as
well as in other States. It is only thoso
who refuse to tako tho money who
aftorwarda tell. But few poor or reck
less people can refuso money mado so
easily as by the salo of a vole, and
thoso who take it and thus sell their
votes of courso have their lips scaled
by tho fact of being themselves a party
to tho crimo. The Republican party
spent millions ot dollars In buying
votes, and by that means principally
they carriod tbe election and elevated
a bribe taker and a perjurer to tho Presi
dency. Not Generosity. In view ol the
fact that a number of Rebels like Mosby
and Longstreet hold important and
lucrative positions under tbe Republi
can party, it was docidedly praise
worthy in tho people of Pennsylvania
to deleat Gen. Hancock I His services
lo the country, and In particular to
ibis Stato, have now been well repaid.
Every man who voted against him
should foel very proud of his gratitude
towards ona who never held a civil
office but helped to "save the lifo of
tbs nation. Generous Pennsylvania I
THE MARCH OF EM TIRE.
The defeat of General Hancock Is
thu triumph of money, fraud, and in
timidation over patriotism und honest
grivei mnent. Tho noniinution of Gen.
Huncock on tho 23d ot June wus au
ceptcd by men ot all parties us the
harbinger ol the death ol Garfield, who
stood bef'oro tho Anicricun people as
the representative of jobbery and cor
ruption. Had tho election taken place
immediately, Huncock would huvxhecn
elected by a sweeping mujoiity. At
the prospect of being driven Horn their
plan, a yell of vengeance went up
Iriiui one hundred and twenty thousand
Prom lliut time until the ballot boxes
were closed, all thut money, Iraud, and
intimidation could do, were done to
ileleul that peerless soldier who saved
Pennsylvania in 1803. Thu power of
corporations was too much lor the un
bought ballots of the Ireu Democracy.
Tho while Ireemen ol thu North, loiccd
to lake the pluco of the loriner black
slaves of the Soulb, were driven to the
polls by the factory employers under
no cryol "your bullot or your bread I
The triumph of crimo lour yeuis ago,
when the Republican leaders robbed
the people of their President and alter-
wurds rewarded tho thieves with ulllco,
emboldened them in tho lutocuinpaign.
II the open llielt of the Presidency
could go unpunished, they fell assured
Iho lesser offences of intimidation, and
fraud at tho ballot box, would hurdly
bo called in question. Whenever tho
money power is arrayed ugainst a froo
ballot, as is the case in Una country
to day, it may well bo said thut Re
publican institutions are in danger.
Tho moment (iurfield begins to rule in
Ihu White House, from that moment
the march tf Empire is begun. He
had no hope of election until Ins cause
was taken in hand by tuaiil, Conk
ling & Co , tho champions of tho third
term movement. It is thu well settled
policy of these conspirators to re seat
tiranl in the Whito House, from which
nothing short of un earthquake can
ever drive him. That Gurtield is in
this conspiracy thoro can be no doubt,
for bo declared himself, fifteen yours
ago, us glud "that wo aro gruviialing
toward aslrongGoverumeiil." Ttijneo
wo gradually gravitate to an Empire
and before we reach il the end of thu
Hepublican Government is come. This
will bo the outcome it luo Government
sliull again pass into tho power ot tho
Republicans. May God save tho Re
public llJoylcstown Democrat.
FOUR RICH MEX.
An oxchango gives somo rather in
(cresting particulars as to the four men
who aro supposed to bo tho most
wealthy living. Ol thcao tho poorest
is his grace the Duko of Westminster,
whoso income m set down at $4,000,
000 a year. Tuking il at that sum
tho Duke can spend without trenching
on bis capitul : 10,000 a day, 8150
per hour, and 87 per minute. Tbo
next man in tbo ascending scalo is
senator Jones ot Nevada, whose in
como is vulued at exactly 15,000,000,
giving him tho right to spend, if be
likes, 810 a minute of the revenue.
Tho head of tho Rothschilds come
next with a yearly income ol 8 10,000,
000, und Ihe expenses which bo can
defray thereout, are, of course, double
as great as thoso of the Senator. At
the lop ol the list comes Mr. J W.
Mackay, with a revenue of 813,750.
000 which enables bim lo disburse
837.000 a day, 81,500 an hour, and
$25 a minute. Tho fortunes of the
other threo are insignificant it com
pared with Ibis gontloman's, for they
w oro tho growth of many years either
of successful toil, of lucky speculation,
or both combined. But Mr. Mackay,
as the oxuhango remarks, thirty years
ago was a penniless boy in Ireland. Six
teen rears ago ho was bankrupt, and
now be ia the owner of the riehost
silver mine thut has over been known.
There is, therefore, hopo for all the
penniless boys in "Ould Ireland."
Wo commend to them tha oxamnle of
Mr. J. W. Mackay, who, ft appears
is only 45 years old, and if he goes on
nl tho tamo rate asduiing tho last
sixteen years will have ample timo lo
ireoio ins lortune and possess an in
como ten limes as large as that of tho
Duko of Westminster. Already tbo
capitalized value of bis property is set
aown ai ita millions sterling, againat
the modest eighty millions ot ibo Duko.
THE VALUE OF A VOTE.
SOME IMPORTANT HISTORICAL TACT8.
In 1824, a change ol 100 votes in
naryiami, luu in Missouri and 700 in
Ohio would have elected Andrew Jack
son, instead ot Bonding tho decision lo
tho Llouso ot KoprescnlattvcB, where
Adams was mado President.
In 1814, Henry Clay was defeated
hy small majorities. A change of 2,-
tuu in new lorK would have elected
bim, or with 700 more voles in Louisi
ana and a change of 1,600 in Pennsyl
vania, no would have had a majority
oi toe iieciorai iunego. in Indiana
210 mora votes would havo given bim
ihe Electoral vote of tho Stulo,
' In Iels, nineteen hlecloral voles
would havo elected Cusb instead of j
Taylor. Taylor got these Electoral
votes by 413 majority in Delaware.
5,817 majority in Louisiana, and 2,742
majority in Georgia. Or. In place il
diiioroiiliy, he was elected President
by only a 000 majority in Pennsylva
nia, oy wuicn n got the twenty-six
Lleoloral votes of the Slato. Achanue
oi a lew more than I,ouu voles would
have defeated him, and this in a total
voto ol 300,952 would not have been
difficult with such campaign managers
us ine politicians oi to day.
lu 1850, James Buchanan became
President by a niiijnriiy ot only 2.4X0 :
of this, 1,043 was in Pennsylvania, and
1,41)5 in Louisiana, the Electoral voles
ol these two Males being given to bim
by those figures. His plurality ovor
the next highest candidates, however,
Of the closeness ol tho last Presi
dential election il is not necessary to
speak, aa all our readers are lamilinr
wjth the lad that by tbo employment
ot tho most gigantic fraud ol the cen
tury, Hayes wus accorded a majority
in tho Electoral College ol justona vote.
COL.EORXEYOX TUEDEFEA T.
The Philadelphia Times, of the 4lh
inst, gives tho following report of and
alter the election iutorviow with Col.
Forney, editor ol tho Progress :
Colonel Forney cheerfully ex Dressed
himself upon the result. "1 do not feul
at all depressed. My support of Gen.
Hancock was entirely disinterested,
und I regard his delual as very untor
tunato for Iho country. As 1 was nut
an office sucker and did not expect any
honors I am not personally disappoint
ed. Tho cause of deleat 1 attribute lo
one thing money. Tho capital til the
country bus uriayed itself against la
nor, and il tho capitalists can aland it
i am quite euro we can. Ihe country
has trampled upon a pure, urand man
and elevated a man known to bs a ras
cal, Garfield's olectlon means tho
Empire tie empire of money, a local
aristocracy. It moans also, 1 think,
the reelection of General Grant in
1884. I shall part with reluctance
from Gen. Grant, but I mean to back
up tho Democratio party in the future.
i al once advise them to ro oriranise
and mcnl Iho Republicans at overy
step. 1 he Democratio party is bound
to obtain control eventually, although
i may not live to soo tho day. 1 look
down from this window on the people
wuo aro snouting ttiomaeives boarso
over Garfield, and simply pity thorn,
lor what would tboir lives have been
worth in 1863 but lor the maa whom
they aro decrying and ridiculing and
whom they succeoded in defeating I"
THE XEXT APPORTIOX3IEXT.
Enough is now known of ihe census
ol 18S0 lo indituto with great precision
what the next apportionment ot Con
gressmen has in store lor tho various
Hcctinnul divisions of tho country. Tho
Now York Times, alter u careful ex
amination of the mailer, comes to the
conclusion thut if tho present number
of Congressmen remuins unchanged
the Now Englund Htutcs will lose 4
UcpresentaiivtB and Iho Middle Slates
6, while the South will guin 3 and Ihe
West 7. The result is seen in Iho lot
lowing table, which also shows iho
number of Representatives assigned to
each State al present ;
I s T . uho 1670,
New Jrriry 7
Ht-ai ylruula.. 27
Middle Miloi. .S
Win Virginia. S
Nurlb Carolina I
South Caiolin ft
Florida .. t
Arkiuiiae M 4
N. llauipibirv.. B
MmaauhuieUe. 1 1
HhiKle 1.1. 01... X
New Kn(laad...?8 31
Soulb nSl.lii lui 1U8 tVeilera Stolen 111 VII
Tho ttbovo figures indicate, results
thai wero not anticipated before thu
count. Tbo South bus taken a new
start, and holds its own against tho
vigorous West. Now England and tho
Middle Slates advunco backward;
Pennsylvania loses two CongreMsmen ;
Nuw York three. Though Ihu lino is
not a prectso one, the new division of
parties on economical questions is prac
ticully laid down between tho groups
ol losing and gaining Slatrs. Tho Mid
dlu States and Iho Eastern Slates havo
an assumed identity of interests. Tho
South and the West aro mora unmis
tukably bound together, and nro cer
tain in tho nature of things lo become
political bedfellows. The danger ol
tho situation may bo readily perceived.
On a division ot votes in Congress tho
ono sido will havo eighty-six and the
other 197. When the question of rev
enue becomes divested of its immediate
entanglements, and the country settles
down lo a policy of peaco instead ot a
policy of sectionalism, tho triumph of
reform stands assured. There is bo
hind il an overbalancing weight of two
The Toi'LLAtt Vote. While tho He
publicans aro rejoicing over what they
choose, to term a Waterloo defeat, it
would bo well for thorn to call a halt
long enough to look at the result ol
tho election seriously. In a vo'c that
will reach nine millions, twenty thou
Band can bo taken from thu Iiepubli
can column und sn placed on tho Demo
cratic as to givo tho Electoral voto lor
Hancock, Agum : Hancock will have
nearly 100,000 majorily of the popular
voloot the country. Taking into con
sideration that tho Republicans have
yearly 1,000,000 voters among the
negroes a solid mass of ignorance
we fail to see wherein they have gained
sin h a greut victory as they pretend
to have. Tboy havo also over 150,.
000 ofliccbolders, who count solid on
tho sido of the "loaves and fishes."
fho moral victory in the lato election
is all on tho Democratio side, and wo
would to day sooner be General Hun
cock defeated, than Garfield with bis
victory purchased si tbe sacrifico of all
That's So.Some of tho Hepublican
papers in Indiana aro insisting that as
Garfield has been vindicated, Schuyler
Colfax shall also be vindicated by an
election to the United Sutua Seiiaiv.
II Mr. Colfax actually' feels as if bo
would like a vindication be really
ought to bavo it. Perhaps tbe next
Picsident can give bim a littlo somo
thing. If Garfield was not bribed,
nor committed perjury, neither did
Colfax, and be should be called from
his exile. And Oakca Ames and tho
Poland Committee are tbe boldest
libelcrs recorded in the Congressional
WILLIAM O. B1GLER,
Nov. Ulb, ISO tf.
yiLLlA.I A. I1AGKRTY,
OPtICE. over T. A. fleck Co.'i store,
-CrWMI at if ad to all lefat hulni with
p romp Id en and fidelity. fell 1,'efl-tf.
CAUTION AH periom are hereby eautlnti
ed ffatnit puree, a in or negotiatling a er
uin Prumiaorj Nnir, it eo to Wtt Hul
l"p ter, Ajtrnii, dated Julv in, lff-P, mi ealling
for and mm wnli, anil due lit of January,
180, at OurweniTille Hank, aa we bant nerer re
wired value therefor, and will not pay ibe lame
Holm eoui pelted to do to by prorati of law.
ri: I KK MMH,
I'AVIP P. MATS.
New Millport, Pa, Ntf. 10th, IBhO It.
ISTRAY NOTICR-Catna treaaelnff en
j the reiniaei of ibe anhicnher, residing ta
l'f no tnranehtp, oa or about the flrt of Sep it in In r
tatt.a It K D II HI KICK, with a white faee,rinliiic ly
ahoui three year old Tne owner It irqvcutH to
noma forward, prove hit property, par all legal
ohargei, and lake the braat away, or It will be
diepoied of aeeurding lo ihe Aet of Aiiaoibly ia
tueb oaaet Bade and provided.
Orampial Illlla, Nov 10th, IflHti St.
AIMINIrHATORH NOTICl -Notiw
ta hereby given iht I.elWa of Arfminit
traiton on theeitateof BKNJ A M I N H. ROltKKTS,
lata of King towDnlp, Clearfield founty,
l'a . defeated, having bees duly granted to the
nderilgaed, all par ton l Indebted to said aetata
will plente make immediate payment, and tboe
having eleima or de to audi againit the lamo will
preeenl tbetn properly authenticated for aet tie
aontwiiboul delay. CUftHAU UAKKK,
New Millport, Pa, Nov. 10, Wao It.
la hereby given that Letiera of A (mime
irauon on tbe eeuie ef tit. I AH U. KMILKV, lata
uf Brady tuwnihip, Heard eld eoeoty, Pa., dee'd.,
having been duly granted to the uoderiigned, al
pertotit indebted tu aaid eitate will pleaae make
in road late pa; (went, and tboaa having el a tint ar
demanda agaiart tha aarae, will present theal
properly Eutheatiealod tor eMtleinont without
delay. tAFAYETTK 1SUII.KY.
Lalheraburg, Pa , Not. 10, I8n0 6t.
A I) Ml NINTH ATOItN NO! ICR. Notln
ta hereby glva that Lettere of Adminia
tt. lion oq Ihaeiuteof Wil. 8. UKAliLhiV. i.
or Clearfield borough, Clearfield Co, Pa., dee'd,
having been duly gianted ta tha anaariigned, all
pereona Indebted ta aaid aetata will pleaae a, ike
itamedtaU pajwnt, and tbeea having ei.ini ar
derm tide agatrit tba Bane, will preaent then,
properly nutbentteated for tileiant without
delay. MA HY BHAULKY,
DANIKL M hWAHT,
Ott 3, 1880-01 . AdratniaUatora.
M4th. Derlaai ke kar to tho Owm r Com
eat friend W. A. Ilotf. eaoa Pleat ol Cl.ar
r ei, a.id eooaie.
Jeiaee B. Do If ea!. I No. IB Jan. f , lilt.
j AL . ... D.woree.
Tba wndenlf.a.4 CeaaMiiilanar. anaalniad a
the Co.rt, to lab. I0011.V1.7 I. lha anoe. aaM.
Rieea .otin. that be will .Hand t. the datfee ot
bieeppoiatejonlet theeSle.of ThoaaaiJ. MnOal
loath, El.., IB the hnroaih el Clearl.ld. oa tha
tilt da. at DKCKMBKK, Isle, at It a e lee I
A.M.. what ud where all perio.i Inl.reited aai
atteaj. rRANK A. FLUailNII.
CT.aiB.ld, Pa., tel. Itth, lllt.lt.
rist Mill For Sale I
Vrr f.clrl.l mill firopart.r, with two ftiri
J ot hum. eiluate la peoilur Ivrp.. Cleer-
fleld aouotT. 1'a.. about two and a-balf at
of Fhilipfburg, Centre eoiiniT, Pa.
Apply to ril'nioir. itriai.i' r i.i." ii
l'Mll,i! urg, Centra Co., Hi.
Nor. 10, ItSO-tf.
Th otJwt nil be ifoluitd lnt tulion for
wku oinc liut.Qt'i IwUuDSiion, Pur Cirrulji
dJiw, i. UVIft tSONfl,
oct2Mt lt Ua burgh, PbV
Tbi moil complete 1ntitorioD In ih United
Sutl for the thuroujb prcttl rluctloB f
jmuiiK Btxt ai(ldle-i-il mtn. HtU'lenl svlaillte
kt uy lima. Fur Circular! (tlv'n purlieu -Inn,
MrM J. C. .SMITH. A. M.,
ocl27 2ia Fitttturgh, P.
lo the Blatter of tha ) la tbo Orphene' Court
aetata of W. 8. ut Oleeraelil eouotjr.
I'iokev, ik'Oeaood. J l'DOllrauia.
The undersign d Auditor, appointed be the
aid Cnurt, to bear tbe teHlmone ai to tha el
replioai Sled, and reeiate tba aneount, of Ibe
Aduiiniitrairia of tbe allele of lha eai.1 W. 8.
bioaey, deceaaed, will attend tu tba detlea ef hii
Bppoiutineot nt till office, in ilia buriogh ol
llrailirld, oa TIKSDaV, Ibe till dij l I'K
CbMUKK, A l ISS0, at t o'eloik P. M .abet
and ahfre all partial IntrrrMed tnn allerid.
O.-I AU MITCHELL, Auditor.
Clc.tJcl.l, I'a, Nov. I7lh, ISMI-St.
la tbe natter nf Ibe t la tha Orpbeni' Court
relate ot Juhn 0. of Clenrfirld ooumj.
ttaflirty, rire'd. J Penoijilraola.
Kntlire Ii horch glrro that the unHrr.lirned
Auditor, appointed hy Ihe Coart. to diitnhute
toe balance ol toe asuee eitate remaining in tne
liendi of the AdminUtratore thereof, wiil attend
to the duliel of hie appointment "I hii office lo
Clo.ro.lj, at 1 oVim-k P. M., on FRIDAY, tbej
.IO day or llKCr..tl!IKK, A. U. 181.0, where aN
periom laurelled rosy attend and proeent their
olainii, or he lbreaiter deiiarred from ooming ia
on laid fund. 8. T. 1IHOCKIJANK,
Clearfield, Pa., Nor. Id. I8S0-1I.
Re-Union of Trade.
Til R onrlerf ifnrd wUhing to id form th i-uMlo
tbat b "pftflori a
At the old itand in Trontvlllo, 01 aar field ouuotj,
Pft , en (be 1 8lh init, with a full atock or
DRV (.OOI, l.HOI r.KII.K, NOTIOXS,
latoota, Mioea, L.tr..
In fid errrylhinjr to ! fnnd In a flnt-cinn itore,
II of which I am dctertuiatd to Mil at tits low.it
FAItIi:HH AKn IX'MUICHMIiN
Will find it to thrlr adrintaoto do their dealing
witb me, aa tha hipht-tt prion will be paid fur
drain, .Shingle, or I'rodu.-A uf any hind. Part
or one hail f canU wiH be (mid. Irnding fur
IShlniiteior Luuiberof any kind a iiectaltr. Al'o.
Singer Sewing Machines.
llarloi; male arrangetnt-ntf wilb Keeterr. ruer
chnnta tu lell fiotli furonoe.l in., torelure sell
and 1,'e, aa I aill be enabled to iril ch.iir.er than
tba fhrenrit. J W. CAIttll.K,
Trnotville. Pa., Ppt f I, '7-lj. Aetnt.
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Th fallowing derribed real eatatcnf A. II. Shaw,
late ef Clearfield, Pa., deweaaed, ta wit t
No. 1. A certain lot in Curwonsville
horaagh, branded north by land ot Irvin'a oil ale.
anath bv Stat etraet, aaat bv VTe Braoeh of
Huiqoehanna river, and weal by Ratmiad etrwet,
bartog IWfl feet front and tbenna eiteo ling baok
to the nvar, and having ! hereon erected a large
TWO AND ONR UAI.P flTORT tmmA
to,allirr .lib II. hie anil ether .athalMIn.. ana
newa ate me "rniqueuaaa Haul proeerty."
No. 2. Also, a certain lot in Cur
w.n.rllle Wnae:ti, hnanilad nnrtk he Blat. ilreel
la feet, enaia brWa. Prl'e let, Ion feet,ea-l k
rleer roaa. it reat. and weet he land at William
Irrla'i eel.tr, 100 feet. harle( therwo. .raalrd a
leree Iraiae lUir. hallBln( and kaowa ai "the
Cotaer 8tnr. properte."
No. 8. AlBO. a lot Bitimtfil in Oln.r
BoU haronth. hoon.Ud a.rta if rirMie 1'rM.
ee.ll 1.7 lot of H. Ianiriwra,eall by lot ef Jam.!
. uwoaarn, an. ere.t Bjr a. alter, haelng BO feet
rraat b. 47 feet dean, and baeln. Iberaaa
a ood two ator. frame dwelliae: boaea and eat
bullrflasi. kanwn .1 "lb. Paaamor. preperte.M
tan eaia I. made I. pareaenoe of a. iriii of
.nwurpaaaa :,.n aalonr,iui tha llaardia. of
in. minor eaildrea ef ..id deeedeat, who aw.
Br. teeeatht lnler.il I. aaid real eeuta to mehe
eilt thenf. Tba albar nlee of an im..,.j
a Ihe title will niu with ihe flB..ji.
deed, eo that the partes bai.e at Ibli aaj. will
take tha whole llik.
TF.it.na OF BALES
Trrtna, ....third aaeh at aaaB.ai.ii
awe third I. oae year thereafter, with lalaraat
from data ef eoaHrm.Uoa.to beeeearfd be lad.
meal bond, .r bond d mo,, m.,,(ti
rem.l. In tha prop.tt, d.rlat tbe widawa Ufa la
lareil payable t. tier aanealie, 1.4 u h k
prlaelpal la he p.ld t. bain, la be a..j b.
raao.iea.M. TUtlMAg I. MURinr.
Ueard'a mieer eblld)M a. II. Shaw. aWd
tMBeld, Pfc,S.f. ITth, IIM it, ,
$civ laaw.iSf umits.
f OOO ni'MlUXH. (lw-rto Weivtr Co
O wait! IhouMnd buibtii 0 OATS,
til will pay truth or pnxluc. '
Cawfi.U, I'sv. Aug. IS, IbTV tf.
CASH or TRADE.
CorwtM.ivMU. Pa., Jan. 9. 'TS If.
MK WiTKI)l-M nm are .m,j
bj the KIXIAH TIIOMS-JN nTKKL CuM
I'A.tY, LIMITED, at Peoniileaala Fum.r,. ;
mile lr.-m Trfne n ihe l.wil.iire; A Tiiuli
K.ilr,,ci. rilcaijr W..rk, Peir Wa. I'.-s H.
neatil JAVKS I'lhltKjIST.
Ura)ville, ll.intlnfloii Co., Pa., I Supino't
Ocloher 17, loMMt. j
I.! A IIM
I.AKIK COII AI.f.la ll...,.
Pine toanthipe. Cleerfl-ld Miunlr.
Ht-aeotiable time I ln lor part of puroha.e TVS
uiooer. rrleee ro ov to oit'.op. per acre. fra
Minera'e reiereed. L. Blllli, Aceni,
or Waliac A kai:B
FepL 10. I: If Clcarteld, I'a,
T1Xt- t'IiTllt' NOTII'K.-Notiee ii
j hy given thut Letters Teiteincntery eo tbe
eniata of UKOKOK KNAHH, bNimor, Im,
Ilrady towmhip, Clearfield eouuly. Pt oni li-mli
dreeaocd, baring bei 0 duly granted to the anil.r!
ligood.ail poraona Indt-bitd lo laid rrtite will
pleare make immediate payment, and tboie be,
log claim! or di-inaodi egttnat the ikiuo will e.
lent tlein properly aullii-ntl-alcd 'or aLttli-antit
itbout delay. ADAM KNAHH,
liaUKliK UNA It It, j,.,
Troutfille, Pa., Nor. S, lsAil-Be.
THE COS KLK WAC0 YS.
KEPT OX I1AXD FOR SALE.
STAGE & REILLY,
M.) It Sm
ATTENTION FARMERS I
frfAVR rctumeil to m? old huMnRi, ait m
he f rnl at On? P luring Mill .ffire, on hoe
irett, -'LKAHFlllUJ, Fa.,
a-here I will Ml all
AND Til K CKLEDRATEll
"WOOD M0WEE & HEATER,
A large to-k nf which I have alwmi rh banil.
Aluo, HAY RAaKbS and all other laachinMua!
by the Farmer, aa welt ai material ft.r rcpiiri.
pit- ( will eichnnge tha above arti-lti for
CASH, aOOD BEEP CATTI.H, or SHEEP,
Al I euri template butcherirg, and wmli h
pleaml to have the traJe nf the Tariuing fnMiri,
KLAM W. UkOWX.
CIrarfield, Pa, June 9, IHsO-tf.
ADAPTKI) TO TI1K
USE OFALLXA TIOXS.
Tlio Pcrluctctl Si alo in the
48 WOOD M R r.liT, IMTT-ltl lK.il.
They are td hy the U. 8. OorerBnt&t. lf
000 pure baaed within the peat fir yvtt
thfj are uaed hv Pttrelgo Oivarnmerfi, ltu
ia, ChiDa, Hpain, Holland nd Japan, Ac, Ai
Fairhanka Scale have alwuv been given the
bifihefl prewiutDi at all of tbo World' Pain.
Forty-Bra New Improvements Introduced and
pitentei witbia the past Are jcar.
P careful to buy only tha genuine Fairbiski.
llight.'8trllonors taken at Paris in 1878.
Tiiiti r. aorn .Tif,f.f .s.
TWO EILVEIl MEDALS, TWO DKONZb'
Also Imperial IHetlnrlioti. bealde lllliptt
Mrdal at M DM.Y, lnH4i.
Oct-.ber 27, IftHO-lt.
Improved Spring Beds,
MARKET STREET, NEAR P.O.
Tbe undersigned bega laave to Inform the flti
10 of ClemrUetd, and tba public generally, tbat
oe naa on nana a one aieonoient or rnrnitur.
raeh aa Walnot, Cheat net and Painted ChamWr
Suite, Parlor Suite, Keelinlng and Kitentio
Chair, Ladlei' and (lenti' Kaay Chalre, tbe tn
forated Dining and Parlor Chair. Can Feet, and
Windsor Cbalra, Cloth Ban, Step and Extn
iton Ladders, Hat rWeki, Bonibhlng Brnbea, At
MOULDING AND PICTURE FRAME?.
00 V ing (Ilaaeea, Chrom?, Ac, whieh would
tital-le fur Holiday praaent.
drlftTI JOHN TRMtTMAN.
Western Hotel Comer!
Read the Prices :
BiiNincss anti Dress Suits,
Every Conceivable Style of Pan
taloons from $1.50 tn $0.50.
Overcoats, from $8 lo $20.
Boys Suits, from $4 to 12.
Reliable Material and Supe
THE OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE
Clerleld. Pa., Oat. Mill, lB.m.
.1 it K SO V.N
To those in Need of
Walnut Furniture I
TO prtie entering FDRNt f HRE through aa
I will fornlih with
Welti.!, waM tan ahamlM,, t, 0, u
"alnut, m.rl.le lop ehamae, i.lte a.hw ai
Walnat parlor laite, .pb.let.red la halr eleO,
Urry or raw .ilk, fall .print, .11 .t.hotier.d
I. hark, aa low ai .,.... t"!
Welaol parler ralte. upOolrerrJ i. plu'h r"
rUlfrni roekan fr.ia ...'.. 110 la !
L.unree, full iln. from... $ lef
f of.., full .print, from $10 to
H'alaal, wooi top t.bl.e fro II te !
walaat, marble top table, from.... l te M'
Walnat aMhik mm. im. a.a i. M
Walnat wardrobai from ...... ""H-!!!!!"!. ,c e
Walnut aleVboarwi fr-m Till l I"
Walaot ball raoka from ,' l l
Heir m.tlreiiM from $11 t. 15
Woean. wire wiatlreetei from "
Walnut window warnle. ai w. aa
Camp Chairs, all Prices,
ill the Bhae. tao U warr.nted I. be made
the beet malarial en-l tapmor wnrbma.ihla.
-Fatiif.rlloa .uara.teed In eeerr aaee
I heap aa ban. all kledi af ebea, rarniie".
Braekete, Flower rlt.n.ll, Wall Paok.'e. T.eel
llaake. Hewln, rii.nd. wlih hut I, P.ael
Viel.ree, I'iet.re Pramae. Hh.te
O!eorapba, I bete Care.. LbiMial, .
Whlak I will aall at (reatl, red.aei prlee e. 0r
ma . aall, end tea will be eonelaaeB that '
boo ,oodi ibeapar Irom me tbaa from aa;
dealer la ikli part tt lb. But..
A. J. JACKSON,
One Door East of Moanop'i Store,
M4RIII ST, CLURriRbO, M.
Oetabat II, llMt,