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Oioboi B. Gooolandib, Editor.
WBDKKNDAT MORNING, UEO. , IH.O.
Iloidir, If o want to know what ll solos on
ta tat baalooii vyorld, loot rood oar advertising
.olaaai. Iko ffooofof nnlamo In porlloulor.
Hayes' last message baa boon tent to
Congress, and hit 50,000 salary, which
he hai stolon Irom Samuel J. Tildcn,
will itop March 4lh, 1881. '
The second session of the Forty -sixth
Congress mot on Monday, and by the
proTidiona of the Constitution will ad
journ sine die on the 4th of March.
BVCKIII TO llliCKEYC. Don't fail to
road Donn Piatt to Garfield, to betound
on our tourlh naco thin week. We
think Piatt la rather ahead, oulniilo of
j roaohing Presidential gill.
Tnt Nrw Lioislature. The Leg
la'alive Directory, prepared by V. P,
Smull, Itcnidont Clerk of tho Uoueo ol
Representatives, gives the following
as the political complexion ol tho Leg
SemW. lloa-. Tout
FdlvD m ..
si 1S1 li
I 77 t
1 1 t
I ... 1
This shows the Republicans to have
a majority of 84 over all, whitb is cor
tuinly enough for all political purposes.
ilrpoCRiTss Ali.. During the cam
paign it was "Tariffl Tariff! I" wher
ever you went. How, Mr. Kasson, of
Iowa, is strongly urged for the Speak
ership of tho next Congress by the
New York Tribune and other leading
Republican papers, although he is one
of the most decided Free Traders in
the country, and would select a Com
mittee of Ways and .Means to suit him
self. This demonstrates tho amount
of sincerity thcro is in tho cry about a
.Radical Punishment. It is re
markable that the Radical party some
times imposes on its honest (?) and
great (?) men wonderful burthens. A
few years ago our Libby Prison neigh
bor Ooneral Uarry Whito was State
Senator, member of the Constitutional
Mow be is nothing I
But thore is another Radical Gar-
field ft little greater than our mutual
friend and neighbor, lie is Presidont,
United States Scjntor and Congress
man ; but he is too modest (7) to draw
the salary for either place until after
the 4th of March. Four years hence
ha will not amount to any more than
G A G. During war times, while
Mr. Grow was Speaker of tbo House,
he was frequently charged with nsing
the initals of bis name "gag" while
in the Chair. The Cambria, Frtcman
hints at bis return in this way : "Ga
luaba A. Grow, with whom a desire to
be sent to the United Slates Senate
from this State bos assumed a chronic
shape for the last five years, is about
to realise tho truth of the maxim, ''Put
not your trust in politicians of Penn
sylvania." Ills nevertheless a tact,thal
no man can bopo to bo the successor
of William A. Wallace nnless be is ac
ceptable to the "Cameron clan," and il
is now asserlod in high quarters that
Simon, bis son Don, and their backers,
have made othor arrangements, and
thalftrow will be remorselessly squelch
ed. It may be Quay or iloyt or
Oliver, of Pittsburg, but thore doesn't
seem much of a chance that it will be
O. A. Grow."
Go Ahead. We see it stated that
the New York grand jury has indicted
Samuel 8. Morry for perjury and the
editors of TrufA for libel. We are glad
of it, provided it is intended to have
the indictments promptly tried. There
is a general desire that thore shonld be
an exhaustive inquiry into tbe genuine
nern ol the Morey letter, Tbe impres
sion sought to be created that it woe a
lorgery is not acocpted by those who
have recognised tbe close similarity ol
tbe letter to Mr. Garfield's sentiments
and handwriting. Tbo violence ol
Juilge Davis in tbe opinion in which
he held somo of tbo accused parties to
bail has dostroyed all confidence in bis
judgment as tbat of an impartial and
conscientious jadgo. Thore is nothing,
therefore, to determine publio opinion
iu the mailer; and unless a thorough
judicial invnstigation is bad public
opinion will continue to be divided as
Dow, when probably one halt the peo
ple suppose tbat Garfield really wroto
tbe letter and the other half indignant
ly ret use to believe bun to have been
so base. Wby has Gen. Garfield not
be n put upon tbe witness stand during
all ibis fuis?
In Session. Tbe llarrieburg Pit
trial ot tbe 6:h says : "Congrees meets
to-day. As tbe people at the lalo elec
tion approved Crulit Mobilier jobs and
Da Golytr pavement swindle il will
not be sarprising if the lobby, whieb
for tour years baa been banished from
tbe Federal Capitol, will re appear full
armed for a new assault on the Treas
ry. Whether Vox Jki or Fez Via
6eJi it I nevertheless Vex Populi, and
will be so regarded at least by the Rep
resentatives of tbo "third House." But
the Peoiocratio majority in Congress
should not hesitate lo perioral its duty
to the country In spite ot the purchas
ed verdict In favor ot a corrupt and
unprincipled party. A sound measure
ot civil service reform should be passed,
the tariff revised in tbe interest of the
whole people rather than for tbe bene
fit of a favored lew, tbe political aset
ment bill should become a law, and an
amondment to the Constitution abol
ishing the cumbrous and worm-eaten
electoral machinery should be adopted,
Tks Democrats can tbas not only do
the State soms service,' hot make a
platform wbiob will give tbeat Con
(rest la 1S8I and tbe Presidency In
18M by an overwhelming triumph."
The editor of th Nlingrov T'mrt
tresis tho subjot t In ibis way : :
"In 0110 p'oiier-i at It'tial il Irwik at
if onr Nlala gororninc nt snis oi i(aii(l
nt jinwiit on tho theory ol fin niching i
einploymonl to the people-mime of
tliero auyl.uw Kor instant : Il em-
ploys oonttahlc. uVtoclivco, policemen,
hlierilVs, uml the jn-tt pinitttu. lo
bunt up and arrest criminal. Thi
gives employment to one set of men.
Then it builds jail to bold those crim
inals to await their trials at Court.
Tho building of these jails and the
keepers of theso jails thus are furnished
employment. Then the Government
provides lor Court Houses, jurors, wit
nesses, Prosecuting Attorneys, Judges,
etc., to try and convict tbeso criminals,
all of which is dono at great expense.
And so particular is the Government
in this matter that a criminal must be
tried in the county where the crime
was committed, and by a jury ot the
vicinage. Wuy7 because tbe people
of the county whoro a crime is com
milted must naturally know more
about it than strangers. Then, after
tho criminals have been judicially con
victed, penitentiaries havo bcon pro
vided and are kept up at enormous
expense, to confine these criminals as
a supposed punishment. This again
furnishes employment to many men.
A.ter tbo criminals bavo been shut up
a short time, they, or ihoir fiiends for
them, mako application for pardon.
This again furnishes employment to a
largo number ot lawyers. Then,
finally, we oome to tbe Board of Pur
dons, a sot of double or treble salaried
gentlemen, strangers, who review the
actions ol the Courts below, and for
any rooson they may see proper solid
or imaginary they doclare tho Courts
below all wrong and let the criminals
off with a pardon. This gives tbe re
leased convicts a cbanco lo go to work
again at tbeir old employment, and
most of them start on another course
of going through tho same operation
Thus there is a conlinucd round of
employment furnished according to
law, and this grand system is called
'criminal jurisprudence.' Don't Isughl
PISS MM DOWX.
The New York World scalps that
noted political vagrant, and runner for
President on Jowell's account tor rash,
as follows :
"General Weaver, recently Mr.
Jewell's private candidate for the
Presidency, has issued a fervid address
lo the deluded Groenbaekcrs who sup
ported bis candidacy for President this
year in which hu warns them that we
are making 'fearful strides' towards the
establishment of a baugb,ty moneyed
aristocracy upon the ruins of the broad
and humane republic 'bequeathed to us
by onr fathers.' Now that the election
is over, and that Gencrul Weaver will
never again bo elected to Congress or
run for President, why shouldn't be
give the American nation a rest ? If
tbe evidence of hie official associates
and of everybody's senses is to bo
trusted, the General conducted tbe lute
campaign as a Greenback candidate,
tbe greenbacks being turnishe I by Mr.
Jewell and the Republican managers.
If be was so innocent as not lo insist
on cash in band, bis claim on the Re
publicans was good, at least, for a con
sulship in some warm climate. But if
he goes 'bellowing on till the last,
after tho manner of the shark, be will
only attract tbo attention of bis lalo
supporters, in wbicb case, as likely as
not, some of tbem will duck him in a
Weaver is certainly smart lie got
away with all tbe jewelt and tbe case,
and allows bis Greenback friends to
roost on the lenoe.
A Nic Compliment. Tbe Phila
delphia Inquirer is one of tbe leading
Radical organs of tbe country, and m
vigorously casting about to find one of
its own kind to suooeed Senator Wal
lace. In alluding to him tbe editor
Id tho rotironoat fro tbo KoIIoboI Boosts ol
Mr. Wollftoo. not oolv PonsijIvooU but tbo
ooustry will ff-f a lot. Mr. Wotlooo lo ofoi-
tloaon ol vorr grool ability, ol sroloogos tgi,.
loilfo oiporloooo of aoquoftioooolo isloxruy.
Awoof tbo roolly grvot MB ul tot ororoat Uoitod
Stotti Hoooto, Mr. Walforo hvidu m vory boooro
bio pool loo, oaJ la obootlog bit ooooootur tho
Loiilouro rbookl bo ouofiu to oolool ooo wbo
oo i IS bo ollugtlbor worthy and St to hold lbs
utooo to ho mwjo Toront by Mr. Wolbwo't retlrt
ntat Trust It."
With Cameron and Grant in tbat
body, tho Pennsylvania delegation
would not make much noise, or dis
turb the other members.
Go on. Ad exchange says : "It is
to be hoped that the money lords may
spend as much of their superfluous
riches on General Grant as possible.
Their pretended hero- worship is meant
simply to familiarise tho people with
tho idea of military rule, so ihst when
their oppression of tbe working clssses
produce another communisiio out
break tbe threat of Jay Gould to 'send
for Grant' may bo executed without
causing a reaction of public sentiment
But tbe more they spend on Grant now
the less they will be able to gvo to
oorrupt the ballot box in the luttire.
: Bends it Uome. Rev. Honry Clay
Doan of Missouri formerly Chaplain of
the United Stales Senate, puis it this
way : "What elected Garfield was tbe
combination of BeCchcr, who, fdr two
decades, has polluted literature, and
who waa caught in crime, with Conk
ling, whn has been prancingor years
wilb another man's wife, and Ingersoll,
wbo read a writ of ejectment against
Almighty God and a jail delivery to
bell this It was that defeated us and
OrritiAL Presiuential Vote. Tbe
Cbioago Tribuiu furnishes the follow
ing statement of tbe vote, taken from
Ibe official returns from every State in
the Union, of the lale Presiden'.ial
llrtMc1 (.lartllty, 1.4S1.
A Good Lick. It is tbe Hon. Ed
wards Pierre post, a descendant of a
noble house in England, a gentleman
who baa devoted many busy years lo
the great work ol tracing his ancestral
line bark towards tbe flood, who is
now trying to get up a permanent fund
lor ibe support of "the oldest living ex-
President" in other words, for Geo.
Grant. Well, Q moral Grant bat done
a good deal for tola (nob, and bis grati
tude to ao dlriredluble.
JllF. HRllMiE QVESTIOS.
Lawrinuk Twp., Puo 6, 1P80
Ma. ICuimt: Will you pvrmil mo
through the liMTIil.u ah to enter my
humble rnlent aifainet the ohangv of
site of lliu '(j'ootllollnw Hri'le." I
will givu yon several reason why lithe Now York Mifcuni p'l st the:'"" ' l , , . - -'puliius ieculuiliir und adreiittirem
think il uliouUI nut ho elisiiKetl ; and if fuvi, jn th way : . j ent out ol the bg in Uis last issue ol , wh(, UlWil (h() ,B(Jiln uuJ tordur net-
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I will give way lor of late we havsi,:
been" in the hubil of giving way when I
v vm.v uiieiint. I
We will in tho first tiluco take the
matter of economy. Tbo county will
save at least tllluen hundred Uulluis
(1 1 500) in ubutmonts,as tho old abut
ments ijo not appear to be much duin
aged, Tuul Lawrence township will
save at leasi fi ve hu nd rod dollars ( iHO),
lor the township will bo compelled, in
case ol a new sue, lo fill up the road
way at tbe abutments and make tbo
road from the uroiiosed new sue lo the
old bridgo, on tbe uorib. sido of the
river, as good as il is on tho south
side at present.
In the second place, there are soven
or eight families on tbo south side ot
tbe river wbo have to go to the Centre
school, and will have lo travel from a
milo to a mile and a half tarilier to
gut to tbe school by way of the new
sue than by the old one.
Thirdly, we of Ibis section are a
cburch-going people, and the Centre
church is the only church in the town
ship that we, "in this nock of woods,"
have access to. wewoiuu neeut on
Fourthly, William Porter, Hsq., has
gono to a great expense and trouble in,
ibe erection ol a Hint class nouriug
mill on tbe nortb side of tho river, and
I think toll v one third ot bis customers
comes from ibis section, which will be
in a great measure lost lo bun it the
people will bavu lo drive almost to
Clearfield town lo get aoross the river.
Mow, ilr. fcJUor, vour theory In
regard to locution would be good if
ibere wero not other places but Llear
field and Curwonsvillelo be considered;
but we, in the rurul district, huve some
interests too that we teel like looking
alter, n bon you ask us lo risk our
tamilies and our property in driving
over five railroad crossings in order lo
make it safe lor ibe people ol Clear
field and Curwonsville, we feel as it you
were asking loo much. We are willing
lo divide the risks. As to the material
tor tho bridge, 1 concur with your
views all the lime. Il the lumber ot
the old bridge was tit lo re-build, 1
ibink it would be policy to put np an
iron bridge, as it costs but a trifle more
than wood, and there is no risk from
fire or wind ; and 1 notice that very
little of tbe old lumber would do to re
build, i am satisfied that iron will be
quite a saving to tho county and a
great advantage to all concerned.
CoNjriTt.RiNo. Tbe Washington
Post remurks : "It is said by certain
wiBe men wbo profess to know thous
ands of things tbat arc hidden outside
the rango of genoral vision,that the ono
great object of General Garfield's visit
lo this city was to make pcaro wiih
John Sherman. It is also said that
ibis object has boon accomplished, so
that now botween the President-eleci
and tho bead of tho Treasury Depart
ment "peace, like a rivor.rolls its way."
Tho most intimate friends of General
Garfield in tbo Ohio Congressional
delegation confidently predict tbat Mr.
Sherman will be elected to the Senate.
It is known tbat great efforts are be
ing made to get Taft into Garfield's
Cabinet, and it this succeeds, there can
be no place in that collection of states
men for Charles Foster. Congressman
Tonnsend, who is a close friend ol
General Garfield, sees no opening for
Foster into either the Senate or the
Moral Ideas. Tbe Chrtitian States
man has an article censuring Mr. 11 ayes
tor disregarding the Sabbath while on
bis recent Western tour. It relates
tacts, going to show that he made it a
grand show day, tbe people turning
out en matse to celebrate bis ailpear
ance among tbem. So, it appears, thai
Gen. Grant is not tbo only representa
tive of the great moral party of tbe
nation tbat disregards tbo religious
observances of tbo first day of the week
We regret that Mrs. 11 ayes would so
lar forget her religious obligations as
to encourage such a violation of the
Sabbath. Hud the criticism and facts
appeared in a secular journal we would
have been loatbo to believe tbem ; but
the Slatfumtin is an ardont Republican
journal, and a special champion of Mr.
Goto Work. Tu recent election
demonstrates that if the Democratic
party would go into a canvass as well
organised as the Republicsu parly it
would sweep it nut ol power by a two
tbirds vote. To build up, strengthen
and maintain organisations should be
tbe individual work of every Demo
crat. Wait not for orders nor lor com
mittees, but begin and that without
delay ; tee to It that every Democrat
and every doubtiul votor inyour neigh
borhood bas some Dcmooralio paper
for tbe year. This will make it easier
lo get them to tbe polls on election
day ; it will help in many other ways.
There should be organizations in every
election district in the county to see to
A SpECTAOLt A Radical contem
porary informs the world tbat Garfield
is "our first Christian President.
Another fellow remarks :
Wbot a floo tight It aoit booo Woa lo so
ant Cbrltiloo rroiH-ol" woia ol oral lo
Ota frooo too Wuiogtos Jopot with Bob lo.
That's a joke on the hatchet man,
and the other fellows wbo drew tbe
Presidential salary since the days ol
. Dklioates. Tbe Territorial dole
gates elect to tbe Forty -satcotb Con
gress bava thus lar been overlooked in
the count They are as follows :
Arlooaa Ormaotllo II. Owry, Doanerat.
Dool-Boaaila t. Plulgrow, Roawbllooa.
Uoko Uoo. AlMlto. DoMrot.
Mootaaa Mortio Mogiooio, DotaooraL .
Now Mtlloo Tranqoilloo Looo, Ronobllcaa
I'lob Moo. 0. Oksaoa. Unowrao.
Wowioloa Thoaiaa H. Broolt, loawhlloos.
Wjoatiog M. I. Put-t, Dtaoorak
The Democrats gain Aritona and
The Now York Timet thinks the
importance of tbe Vice-Presidential
position is not generally recognised.
Tbe Timet is right Except as a tem
porary receiving vault for tbe politi
cally dead, the office is not recognised
01 lbs present Congress 189 mem
bers bsve been re -el noted to the Forty-
Seventh Congress. Maine, New
Hampshire, Kansas, South Carolina
and Teias send back tboir solid dele
gations without, any ohange.
It is bow said tbat tbe ice taken
from the West Branch at W illiamsport
is strongly; Impregnated with coal oil,
the result of lb breakage of the oil
pipe on Tins Cnk,
MOKE IX VESTICA T10X.
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iliiuii.n nl llli I 1 1 fi if I 111, i t ! il 1 1 tl If '14 Ik till II V ' . i
on record for the next lourycars. The
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first will be a reopening ol the credit
Mobilier business in view Of Garfiuld's
recent denials and nt the statement
mude by Judge Puluiid Ihut it he and
bis Keiiubluun eolleagues had Known
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oome lo their knowledge, they would
not bavu declared that Garhuld was
irmlty of bribe taking and perjury.
This slatotncnt of Jude Poland gives
a reuson lor making the investigation,,
and ihu Democrats nave hud no chance
to do it before, as tho whole matter
u formerly in Renublican bands.
That Garfield was guilty in this affair
of a double crime none but extreme
Radicals doubt, and it is tho intention
ot the Democrats lo bring this guill
home to bun in such a munner us to
compel the Republican party which
nominated turn to assume the respon
sibility lor this
CRIME A0A1NST THE NATION'S I10N0R
and to answer for it to the country. Ol
course this will not prevent (iarticld's
taking his seal, but betore be does so
the House will place itself on reo rd
by a declaration thai Jumes A. Gar
field has been found guilty ot a double
crime of bribo luking and perjury, and
in the judgment ot Congress ought to
be forever dii-qiiuliftud from hold ng
any position of honor or trust under
the Govurnmont, and that in view of
bis record it becomes tbe succeed
ing Congress to kuen a closo watch on
the revenue and the distribution of
odious. On this record Republicans
will bavo to fight il out for tbe noxl
four years, and it will place the ad ran
Ul'C nulilicallv with the Democrats.
The second line ol inquiry will be
tho alleged Iruuds by which the Stale
of New York was carried by the Re
publicans for Garfield, and this will be
done wiiu no idea ot disputing bar
field's title to the Presidency, but with
the idea of culling tho attention ot
Congress lo the system of white
ery at tho North by which the employ-
ers drive the clerks and workmen to!
tue pons to voio as iney uicieie, ami 1
to outrageous interference of Federal
Murshalle with voters and challengers
on election day. Investigation will
show that there never was an election
in which the votes of so many men
wore cast by their masters as at the
one just past There is not a maun
fueturing village in the North where a
majority of Ihu workinginen were not
forced to vole as
THEIR EMPLOYERS niCTATED.
tnJ ih,.rn ! nnt uilln.m or i-iir nf I
tho North where money was not used
to purchase the votes of mon whoso
necessities were pressing, or whose es
timateol the value 01 the Irunchisci
was low. Ho far as tho electoral votes I
of Conneciirut or New Hampshire are
concerned, they simply represent white
instead ot Atrican slave pens, and will
be given to Mr. Gaifield as it will be
it will go on record as representing
merely a morality as low ss ever at
tached to tho auction block. It will bo
proved tbat nine million people, equally
dividud, stood still, In order to see
whether the vast sums of money con
tribiilud by slock brokers, national
bankers, monopolist corporations, and
tariff beneficiaries could be suocuastully
used in New York City, to hire or
compel ten thousand Democrats lo vole
sgainst their convictions or possibly to
hire twenty thousand men who baa
no right to vote, to kill tbe fairly ex
pressed voice of tho honest electors ol
New York. W ben this record is made
up by Congress and placed before tbe
public, the Dumccrsts declare Ibattbey
ean go beloro the people with court
lenoe tbat Kadicuhsm will ne stamped
out effectually in 18S4.
Subsidizimo Grant. The attempt
to raise a Presidential pension lund lor
General Grant, and alter bint to be
devoted lo succeeding ex Presidents,
is not a certain tailuru, as was ex pooled .
Jay Gould, W. II. Vanderbill, and I.
W. Uuukay, tbe lalilornie millionairo,
have each contributed 1:20.000 ; E. D.
Morgan, L P. Morion, 11. B. Dins
more, W. B. Aslor, and John lloey,
each $5,000 making a total oapitul of
one hundred thousand dollars, lurnisb-
ed by these eight men. When tbe
Duxleru and Cbilds of Philadelphia are
heard from, and tbe rich men of Boston
oome in, the remaining one hundred
thousand will be secured. And then
in 184, General Grant, the subsidised
dependent of these nabobs, will be a
candidate for tbo Presidency. If be
shall bo elected the subscribers to the
fund will get their money back, with
interest more than a hundred fold
The question before iho house is : Will
a majority of the people of the United
Stales vote to put in the Presidential
chair a pensioner of tbe money power
ot tbe oountry f 1 he election ol liar-
Held, convicted by bis own party ol
bribery and corruption, is about as
good an answer to the question as can
he furnished at the present time
Blasphemous. A Republican ex
change publishes in an approving and
commendatory manner, the following'
"nraa lit, "Crown hla Imi of oil,"
givoa est la a LanoMtor obaroh oa Wosootdoy
A party that would steal the Prosi
dency and afterwards elect one of tbe
chid promoters of tbe fraud (who was
likewise proven to bo a bribetaker and
perjurer) to tbe office pi President,
does not scruple at blasphemous utter
snces like the above.
Tbe rumor is again current that
Cameron is going into Garfield's t-abi
net, and ibus places will be made iu
ihe Senate lor both Quay ai.d one more
of thw Kingston. It is also said Cessna
at determined to make the contest for
tbe Senaiorship, and if the Camerone
don't recognir-e bis claims, he will light
Garfield is borne again from Wash
ington, and vainly trying to escape the
importanit.ee of office-seekers. The
outs want In and tbe ins want to stay.
Tbey are opposed to "change."
General Rosecrans calls Secretary
Evarts "tbe venerable sardine who pre
sides over the State Department." Not
much dignity, bat spiced with truth.
Tbe Chicago Timet opposes tbe ap
pointment ot Senator Iogsn as Minis
ter lo England on account of his igno
rance of the language spoken in tbat
Kvarts W. Fair, Republican Coo
gressrean eleot from the Third d is trio t
of New Hampshire, died at his borne,
on Tuesday ths 30 ih ultima
In looking over tbe list, we find
ihst there are about ten prominent
Republican slalosmen In Pennsylvania
wbo baveo I been mentioned as candi
date for the United Blalos Senate.
All the mail roalea in Pennsylvania
are to be let tbe coning Winter for
four years from July 1st lo June SOlb,
WILL THE UEPVRUCAKS
MAKE WAH OX THE
The Hon. (iuorifo H. Iloulwall, ot
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vimliptivn noliie t,iwuil the South.
The Chronicle Utrald, when reviewing
inu nci trn- milL-iP,
- .. i
Under the delurive I il lo of "The
Future of the Republican I'ui ty," Bout
well maps out a murderous plun ol'ag
gression against the South. "Il may
well bo said," be declares, "(hut ibe
lime is past lor concessions, compro-
l Loi..,ilili,m will no loiter be
even tolerated by the Republican par
ty." It Is not the Autocrat of ull the
Russia wbo is dulivuting bunselt in
this strain, but the attorney of a fuu
lion which has secured control of a
victorious party. Thai there may be
no dount ot what be means, uoutweii
says : "I he Canvass bad Keen conduu
ted upon the ground occupied oy tne
earnest men of the parly, and tbe suc
cess of the party is duo In tbo largest
degree to the presence and active la
bors ot Oeneral Grant, Cielinlor L-oiiK-ling
and their friends and supimrtors ;"
and bo adds with brutal, arrogant sig
nificance, ' Ourpolicy toward the South
in its present politicul altitude must be
determined, bold, oggressivc. The
South respects power, and it re
spects those wbo possess power and
exbibilcourage." The programme re
quires no interpretation. It speaks for
ilselt. it is prickly Willi bayonets.
At the expense of painting the lily,
Boutwell commits his party as fur as
he and his tuclion can to the "consist
enl, speedy and resolute rejection of
Ibe u'aiinauU to seals whose records
are tainted with Iraud or stained with
orimo" ol which record the Republi
can party is lo bo tbe judge. Willi
suck a test made by such a tribunal
there is not a Southern licmocrut In
ihe Senate or tiouse who might not ho
thrown out of bis seat, lie thinks
ibere ought to be no hesitancy in using
Ihe bayouet to collect the ballots ot
freemen whenever his party considers
that an emergency has arisen. The
unny is to be an essential part of the
rime comitatul. J be coiintilutiouui
iuaniiilee of a republican form of uov
slav-erI,,nBiu to every Stale in this t'uion
i to afford the Republican party all
the pretext it may noed for imperial
1,-iriBlatioii. under tbo oonstrucilon
put upon that section by the "earnest
men ol the parly inero is no lugiaia
lion so odious but a shred of tbu Con
stitution can be found to cover it.
If il is the purpose of the Grunt con
spiralors to rule) or ruin, they are go
ing tbe right way about It. To attempt
to curry out the programme outlined
by Boutwell will arouse this country
as it has not been aroused since tbe
rebellion. To persevere in it will shuke
the country with civil war. Is Unit
what "General Grant, Senutor Conk
h"K and their Iriends and supporters'
are driving at?
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THE PEXSIOM LIST.
INCREASE IN Till NUMBER OF PENSIONS
Dl'RINO THE TEAR THE COMMISSION
ER ESTIMATES IT WILL RhQUIRE
50,0(10,000 TO PAT Til R
CLAIMS of THE CUR
On the 30lh of June last, the pen
sion list consisted of 1:12.212 army in
valids: 7c,7i-s army widows, minor
children, etc.; 2,0!i0 navy invalids;
l,8iU navy widows, minor children,
eta. : 10, UB surviving soldiers and
sailors of tbe warot 1812, and 24.750
widows from tbat war a total ot 20,
802, in increase since Isst year of 8,
047. During tbo yoar 19 545 new
pensions were allowed and 1,377 pen
sions previously dropped restored ; 12,-
s75 were dropped. 1 be annual pen
sions average 1 103 34, an aggregate
tor all ot t25,17.!HXi,S0. Kxclu-iveol all
arrears, the payments fur the year
amounted to 131,046,185 89, of which
$12,408,191,20 was accrued pension in
the new cases. Tbe payment of ar
rears commenced in May, 1879. There
was paid in Hay and Juneot thatyear
13,933.386 63, and 119,980,808,23 dur
ing tbe last fiscal year. The total
amount paid out for pensions during
tho year, was 157,026 894,12. Tbe
commissioner estimates that it will re
quire upward ot 150,000,00(1 to pay
toe pensions lor tne current year An
equal amount is estimated for tbe next
year. The number of cases in wbiub
arrears of pension bos been allowed up
to November 1, toe dale or tne report,
is 43 HI 7 : the average in esob oase is.
I5C0.15. Those cases were settled
Irom the commencement so as to die
tribute them in equsl proportions
throughout the country month by
month as tbe work progressed.
INVALID AND OTHRk CLAIMS,
During the nineteen years from
June, 1861,10 July 1880,412 459 army
and navy claim lor invalid pensions
were filed, and 278,488 claims in be
half ot army and navy widows, minor
children and dependent relatives; 108,
856 of lbs invalids, atid 193,494 ol the
in bur classes were placed on the pen
si. m rolls. Under the sets ol February
14, 1871, and March 9, 1878, ruining
pensions on account ul services io tbe
war of 1812, 34,339 survivors iireseiil.
ed claims, and 40,020 widows ; 35,470
of tbe survivors and 29 898 widows
have been pensioned. There were on
the 30in ul June 282,597 live unsullied
claims lor pension of the army and
navy olasses, and 17,749 claims lor
pension on account of services in Ihe
war ot 1812, for bounty land warranu
and lor increase of pension. There
wero allowed during tbe year, 14,631
original pension ul tbe army and navy
i lasses, wbiub is more than have been
allowed in any year since 1871 An
uexed lo lb report Ie a number ol
valuable statistical table, which can
nut be git on in lull, hut one is worthy
of particular mention, showing tu
number ol pensioners borne upon the
roll ai ibo roil ul each ttoeal ) ear
irom 1001 to inhi, and tbe amount ol
money paid out lor pension each year.
Ibe total amount tor tbs twenty
years is etou,i is,ooii,iu.
RECORD Or CLAIMS.
Tbe Commissioner rotVr to the new
record of claims which has eon In
course of preparation lor many months
and now approaching Completion
which classifies ibe claimants by their
proper military organization. These
records when completed, will comprise
10 volumes oi sou pages each, and
contain a record ol the claims on ac
oonnt of the service in 2,268 regiments,
ItH battalions, 706 Independent com
panic, 708 batteries and 46 staff corps.
I be re organ tsiron in November last.
of the office lorce engaged In settling
tbe army claims tor service iu lb war
of the rebellion and the arrangement
ot the files to correspond, has been ol
great advantage lo the service, xb
re arrangement ia upon geographical
lines, so that all claims on account of
service in Now York organitations are
settled id one division and ou account
ol Pennsylvania service in another, and
so on. the report next takes up the
sui.joci oi Indian pensions, on account
ol service in tbe three regiment ol
Indian borne guards, raised in tbe
Indian Territory, which hare been a
source of much trouble lor many year.
In 1879 th Commissioner detailed two
siiecial agents to visit the Territory
and investigate the claims uoa their
menu, ibe inveslination was sue
cesslul and tbe claimant are about to
be paid their dues. A large strut ol
accrued penakn is duo to each case,
which, under ths law. most be paid by
checks issued by ibe pension agent.
The Commissioner says that Ibere are
no hunks or other financial iiirlitiitioni.
in tlui Territory upon which tho 'ii-
aioneri c an tlrt-nl to uxclinno nt
roawmalile tulii uurrunt money lor luuir
inm - inn check, mid (hu pui.iiioiiers in
iienieiiw, unie some prei-auutins -nun
1... lu I..... !.. I !... , .m t.il r.m.
iniiiieuils legislation lo aulhorir.0 the
....... vv inu,..,, ...
accrued pension lo to psi.l in install
ments not lo exceed suil cni-li, as a
menus of protection.
Thcro are about 2,450 pensioners
residing ul ihe varioun bruhclius ot the
homes fur diauMed volunteer soldiers.
wlmsu pensions annually amount lo
about $300,000, which has been paid
to tho Treasurer of the bomu and dis
bursed tutilor the direction ol the man
ugcrs, who cluim that tho course is
luslilied by law and necessary In order
to securu proper discipline und good
order among iho Inmiites. 1 ho t.oin
misnioncr is ol opinion that the law
does not provide lor the payment ot
iheso pensions Iu tbis manner, and re
quests that tbo subject bo brought to
the attention ot Uongrcss and the do
ties of ihu Commissioner nf pensions
and managers of the homes in n lution
to these pensions bo more clearly de
fined. Legislation to authorlxu tbe
puymentof ihe pensions to the wires
and children of insune or imprisoned
pensioners is recommended. The re
port nlso recommends legislation to
uulhoriKu Iho pensions ot minor chil
dren lo be commenced at the dute ol
the last payment to the widow of Iho
andconcuaUdtbe lactnnd continued to
draw the pensiiMS. It also recommends
legislation to enable the Commissioner
lo more equitably dispuso of claims lor
increase ot pension than can now be
done under Iho law, and providing for
ihe review of unjust rstos of pension
which huve been established under a
mistake. Tho report next deals with
the ul.ieclot attorneys and attorneys
lees. Il calls attention lo the lin t
that since the act of June 20, 1878,
there is doubt whether tho ienal pro
visions of section 4 785, revised stat
utes, can be enloreed against attor
neys, and recommends an amendment
10 dispose nl the doiihttul construction.
11 also recommends legislation to
protect the department and claimants
against disbarred attorneys who con
liuuo to practice alter disbarment.
Tho CommisMoner repeals the recom
mendation ot bis lonnor roiKins lo
substantiate for ibo present secret ex
perts method of presenting the evi
donee in pension claims, a plan for
laking the leslimoiiy by public pro
ceedings betore officers of the (rovuin
ment in the neigbborhtHid of the
claimant and witnesses, anil urges tho
legislution lo accomplish this purpose.
SEX A TOR 0 HA XT.
Tbe people who are so anxious to
find asolipluce lor ox President Grunt
IhinK they bavu found iusl the thing
in ihu Pennsylvania Senator-shin. It
is very becoming Ihut an cx-t'resident
should be a Senutor ; and some think
that ihey ougbt lo bo so disposed ol
as soon as they go out of the Exe u
tivu olHce. There are just now half a
dozen vacant bcnatochilis at the dis
posal of the Republicans, and oi e
among them certainly should be as
signed lo Giant, lie is hovering ovor
the country in an eagle like Bolt ol
way, looking tor a nico tut prize in the
waters below, and hankering sorely
afier an olevalod eyrie where he tan
be Isr.v and cointoriablo and conspiuu
oils. He bus no local bubitatioiyuany
particular place, thotigb it was lately
announced thul bu had bought the
New lurk borne ot the lather ol bis
son in law, and proposed abiding there.
At that time there was talk ot tbe
New York Senaiorship tor bim. Bui
now too 1'eniisylvaina prospeut is
brighter for hi in, lor several reasons of
very particular lore. The choice ol
Grant in Pennsylvania would not only
satisfy the Republican aristocratic feel
ing that he should bo pensioned on the
government, hat it wouid be psrticu
larly gratetul to bis many rich and
weak mindud admirer in Philadelphia,
and, more than all, would be very
agreeable to Senator Cameron, becauee
he has thus the best chance lo beat
Grow, and that with a candidate, who
ill suit bim exactly : for Grant would
cheerfully leave tbu disposition of the
patronage to Cameron : and that t tbe
particular value lo Cameron ot tbe
Senatorial office, lie ha bven very
sorry that he was to have a Kepubli
can instead of a Democratic colleague ;
and be would be templed to renian il
be bad to take such a ono at Grow,
with whom be would be constantly
snarling over tbo bones. Having been
so long in supreme authority It would
go III with bun to have to taka an ag
gressive partner. Witb lirunl ny Inn
side, however, the situation would be
lovely, and it is very likely that ibe
feat of elevuliiig the General into the
vacant Pennsylvania tseiialoiship will
be undertaken, it bas our sympathy. I
We should like to see Grant slaked
down somewhere. We do not oonsider
bim to bo so important a man as bis
triends think bim, nordowefiudin him
ihe qualities w bicb will onable b.m to
shine as a Senutor. But as we are not
in e barge of his reputation we are quite
willing and even anxious that hu shall
try ilial place, or any other that will
onable bim to demoiMiralu bis talunts,
il be bos any. lie bas been ballooning
a long lime on the reputation he won
for dogged fighting, without counting
tbe coal, that was successful Bguinst a
weaker enemy, And to-day no one
disputes Gram's obstinacy. Some pco
pie think that ho lias, b. side, a great
deal ol bruin power. Wo shull be
heartily glad lo seu him show il in the
Senulo. Il will be a great satisfaction
lo know that a man whom so many
people bare been pawing over and ex
alting has the proftiiidiiy of thought
and Ibe perspecuity of speech which
will make him a valuable Senator. Il
will show that his trumpeters are not
the sott headed Creatures they have
been suspected of being, and ihut tbuy
could tell a hawk from a band saw
when Ihev ramo across it.
Genera) Grant lias our best wishes
tor his success in his swoop upon our
Hcnatorship; and w hope that wbon
ho gets It he will know what lo do
wilb it. Lancaster Jiitellifencer.
(bant as a DsAtmiAD. Ths Phil
adolplna (Araftictf Herald says: An
amnsinK Incident oc-vurrod on board
the limited expriw train which Irll
this oily al 7 on ot-k Hunduy evening.
November 2Hlh, for Now York. Amnna
ike .awnKi-rs was (ii'neral lln.nl, who
arrived in I'mladolphia on Saturday
mi.riiinff. The train is composed of
parlor rare, and tbo fare on it i onr
dollar above the usnal rata. VY ben the
eondiiotor earns through the train
KSlherinfr ihu tickets ou Sat urday night
ooneral Urant exhibited bis pas.
"One dollar mora on this train," said
the conductor. . '
"I am General (iisnt," remarked tbe
"Can't help that," was lbs Imnertor
bible rrply "it s a dollar etira on
this train, and yoa must pay.
The (iencral paid.
Tut KtAtiu Il Is said that Mr.
IIb.vos will not boa candidate lor any
thiog alu-r ibe fourth ol Marvh, but
will retire on bis savings and ' lake a
Utile needed rest." What has be been
doing for lour years but making ex
cnrsioiis a,nd attending cattle shows?
lucre bas beta no I'reslJeot apoo
wgura ids earca oi Die suiloa bavo
fallen ao lightly. Tbe people art
Iksl y lo giv Mr. IlavM a long
Mr. Cyrus 11. MeCormii-k.theiv..cr
munutui lurer, has given HOO.OUO to
the l'lcsbyleriun Theological Seminary .
of Chicago lo place it entirely out if
,11 uaaenlgnoit Auditor, afpolatol br Iho
Orpuooo1 0. ait wt Lloarbold ououty. lurcpon ow
tnbuilua ot tbo kolauoo ia Ibo boa.li ol Juouh
U. broth, Ailuimimotur ol ComUoa Nod, lol
of borougo ol Now Wo,niogloa, Uwu'd, auioot
lbuc W-go. l,tlUiit, birobjr grvot oolin, tbot 00
will lima Iu Ibo ilut.M a bu u Ulwo ol b
uutoo, ia I'l.iitl.i.l, IV, oo lul'a.-DA. tho
UUUy ll OkCKMUbH,
IMMKLW MrCl'KDV. Auditor.
Cl.irJild, I'o , Uoo. Sth, ISSU St.
Helling the Hiandard Agricultural Ihi. k.
Farming for Profit.
Cutnplwiw ktm lsttinrj. Hurt U tilde Ut iimhui
fnl Iftrniuf .
Bert Bflok for FttBri ) Frtmri' Boy. Kb
dorwtj bv totdinK Bod irt-t writer.
Tnorouff'bljr PmrtlaiJ ftl.natl mt AfUlra.
Hv in any lime it" nntt tvery on.
HO PnK,an4 Mil llluitraliuiia. tuna
tutu and beat Pairs Book e-r pusiuteJ. Kv
mry Parmer itimld bv eopf.
tor dcfripltve irouUr -'d ttrmi to ftgfili, tl
dro'i J. 0. MrCUKUY A 0 ,
Aft) CbrMi.ut Btrtet, Vailati,,hi. P.
Cincinnati,, O., I'Meijo, 111. r Hi. Luoi. Mo.
Dm. ft, In80-4t.
-XV t7 gi0 'fa this lul oiog Moooonti bTfj
tiu iiuinfd nt paVMod f ruw, mi r-JUftia
fllmi orraird in tbit ufflosj for th lapH.oa of
heirt, legitttH', afedi'on, und Bllutlitrt iDUn-wted,
gnl will b prMuid lu tbo neil UrpbKDti'Cofirl
of C Unfile Id euuatjr, to b held nt tn Cuurt
Mou. in ton bufougth of C(nrl.ld, coisjinc,njt
Ob lb twttmiii Mutidny (bfjinif tbn lUih dy) uf
hejiitJioixr, A. U. IMI ;
FidrI aooouolof Jnntt Mo Known). Adminittlmtor
tl ibi- frUtn of t-r ooii hwfleity.Utnof Penn
.bWD'bip, OienrB.ld oaat;, 1'., 4mnm1.-
Finnl gvocoaot of Q-wum 0. Kirk, Admiowi rlr
ol tb etata tl Jubo K. Hbnltnr, nin or Brndj
tuft-nib ip, C learn tld e antt ., deonnMd.
Pinal aounnt ot Gcor.cn 0. Kirk. Admiollratnr
ol ibn n-ratn of Kmd.rtnk bbnSer, lau of BnWjr
tuwtilbip, tin i Bid euua.y , f , d.onaanU.
It d1 aoeuuat of Juicpb P Unr, AdwloittratO' of
tbo nautaut John Brown, lam of Mvrrit lown
ibip, ClnarHold ooaatjr, P., dMeed.
Finnl nre.rtjtit of Jaaint McMurrny, (laardina of
Marj A irvia.Bti.or bnirot Wilittm Irvlo,
Utn ut Uuraiidn, Clanrsnid Ouuotf , I'., dno'd
b'ionl nonuiht of U. II. M-rri1, Adinntrt .r nf
lb (( uf J u until an Kiobo.a, intni'l Lwrj a
towbabip, C maw-field Ouuuij, Pa , d:M.vd.
PtrtUl account of K f. Too m Dion and Thoi. W.
M worst, Aduiiiaraton ul tbn oatoi uf l4id
tK, lnt uf Urnovi wftkip, Omnrbeid
Uurdmn noouuat of Aaroa C. Tntn, Onardita of
Hnlim 0. lln, Mary l)ln, Albert M. Unleaud
Wiliinloiiaa fnif, tutar bmra uf Willi l .
latnul Ja wrnce uabipt Crnarfleid tottuiy,
Tbo UunrJi.B aecoaat of Wiltim R. llnoitt.
Wu-rmnn uf H iliUut 8. Young, uitnwr bmr uf
Broa Vow f, lain ut Uutrtun tuooabip, Oloar
bmd WllUiy, r., Mfaflii,
F na) aoo inat of Jeph M tint Kb, Uunrdinn of
ars;rt l. L'unaa (bow Hum,) aiuur heir ut
Ihoonn Co man, lau o tteMria lowaimp,
tlnsifJcId ouanijr, Pw, doonnand.
FiBttl acoouot or Trio to duMu, Eioeotor tf tbo
lant W i I and TaUanat ut hi J nr J U i lligno ,110
nt Jor-aa toabigf, 0 nrllaid Co. Pa., dao't.
L J. MOKJAN nngjiitnr.
CU.rflfld. Pa., Daa. 9, InO lr.
Gifts! GIFTS!! Gifts!!!
Highly interesting to all those who
arc about to buy thuir
W bava one of tbe finest assortment
of fancy and nsolul oods in town,
among which will be found
Jewel Cases, &c,
A full and complete assoiment of
Books d h Stationery.
Also, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of
every description, from
Persons visiting our town
And all others, are invited to call with
j out fail, if yon want anything ia
I our line. W can't be hvat in
1 quantity, quality or price.
P A. GAULIN,
P. 0. Building, CLEARFIELD, FA.
Kwi'lhtwr B, lHIU-4t.
SherifTs Sale. .
virltM nf writa al n. Iavs1
0 ar tBt fMrt tf Unata Plena of Clear.
eld nvnotT.and ta pm direeU). taern will tva
eipee w PUULU 8 A LB, at tka Oonrt Uoaaa,
a u vweagn vi LMatrstM, 9m
Thnrndny, Jnnwni7 eV IWtl. .
All that eertaln trtn laa-1 tit tt ate hi Omaew
townantp. Cleerweid ewwniT, Pa- n .wMl-d aad
dwneribed ni fidlowi t Oa liven at by land uf Una.
ha and t efal, m inn a.yihi lanl of Wlditw
dhaw emineweeta, Uadtf ( m4 Wife .and
en inn neuti bjlmnda of Hame. H jr ) Ounan.
enanainikR H anme, nvirn ar iaa, win abual la
aniei al-iarni, and bar tag I henna i.tolii a log
ouan and am all fratM .
Melnad. lakes ia aieaMiMaj nnd n ba aeld w
thf propert of a. C . Leonari.
Tttna Iwa cwrtatn ptrtaae or pnrtnla nf land til
nnU i Henbane tewaanlp, OleerfleLi aaannte, Pa ,
ixsanaWd and dneafinW aa felltwe. In WM 1 O
thnrraar hnndl aa tne nrth Kr (and nf Paje
. 9J SM1 art W. Bl. neMba!,
a tna nan in la tad tf Jae H nry Oanaraaj
nnel inn neat ar land nf f. t. Onndrinc nan.
tnw.tn nerea, etere ear tnea. nil aaead,td
Iwatnaj tiWsjea arnntad two tnali plaak dwellrat;
erunaea, aannll rraean nvri and eeaaU aa; trnrn.nun
irvuBg vreaasTa gruwtaf on aai praealaea.
AH DefhadenTa UerM In notnnt pieee ef
wmjwwrm fj wotv, oown-jesn ia iartfe
tone t Jnetn Hetanei, nM n land nf Jaittn
llei.J and A. ttnnnln, nonth kr Und mf W. II
ttswehal nnd H. bennarri, and went nva.al a
rnad, n,WiaUK If aarea, mem or om, a 4 aifre
aW4t w-eenua nr4ed n plane d4lia4 neaaa,
nnd a T Man; aa aaid prnea.ee,
eiatvd. Uhen tn niaa-jiioa nad tw ne tnlff ai tna
prip-M-17 m ft ill 1 am H. wnknarr.
Tnatati p ffLC-Tn nrtn nt wnUk
ln prnporte eMal W newe nf mm pa44 M
tW ttaan f r ae4 atnar aiTTM aa
nd m will tM iatrm4,Mrtei Im raar-
If mm tM lejftwMMal Mt nW44 H M
ttM spanM nd rtM nf pto h wneni It
nW ttrma tl ft4 tee, U naat tf 4w.Uaaf nl
. . d i
o lMI.a, '.m u. D..d k proiioud lo loon
k, uoaroutloa uoi.it th "''.'!""
uole to tb. Sb.ns. jM.nnir..,
ClurSold. P-. !. I,
TY vlrtao of luudrj writ ut I ro A., iwuod
IS oat of tboUoortor oniomon nt .i iteor
bwldOo , and to oindiraeloJ, tbnrn will imnipoed
to Hi; 11 LIO rtALK, at tbo Cuurt Uuuao, ia tbn
borouj(b of Cknru.ld, Pa-, on
Thoradny, Jauuary lh, Inmi.
At I nVloob, P JU , ibt Mintf de-pribwi rail
aetata, lu will
A oeruin Irnol of land iiiualn ia Canal town
h ip C irm Bs-ld rwwnty , Pb , boundoil a d describ
ed ii tuhuw i On tbn cant t tbet urrrk ibd
laadi ol i. si M. Urtib, oa um unu by an.in
il L. J. llutd. ub lb -. ky l utuinrw.! hadnK
from Newborn; to Nt W rUin,ttD, Bud on Ibe
auulb b road lenio t Mm'b nil la an-1 lnia
ot ald ..... Brttn, ca a.o.oK .. .
nn.. oil clert4. M4 Vs '"
One other niece in Cht looaabtp, id coonfy.
hoiuf ibt nnwa pineo at laud b iu,;nt uf U illinia
llotiUr, ana uuukara ana aeaoiiuno an iu iuwa ;
On ibn cant and nortb h laoda luriuor-y owned
bj laid Win. Hunter (of which ibia piece la a
art ol aaid traol), os uo wn ay iaoaa ei ntnjrj
viiiiioiitoB. aod oo tbn nuutb by laoda lorowrly
owned by Jacib LioKrelt, itittinlua; alhout So
aorta, inure or leaaf nod harm a; about S acre
Ooo town lot utantn In tbt borough of New
butf, b-mmlfd nnd dr-toritud aa fliun : Oo Ibo
aat by lot ol leaio MnTaio, on Mm ouulb br an
alley, ud tbe wait by Wtr itrovt, aud ub tbo
ii-uih ly Iota owi.ed hy J. M. Turer, ooofainin;
aouut I uf aa nern, oith nater! Iieanug apple
deitwi, taken la nieoutlun, and to ( n.li at
thepruperty el Pun M'il-ddn-
Aoertaia lolor land itU4t)io 8 -n y Twp .Clear
fleldCu.,Pa.,to thetilla; ol Uulluia.b mod I and
dearritMd b fuilwt tittfiaiii in; nt a onmar oi
Mam atio t aud an alloy aud ruuotnc n Tib I if 4
dKrrri Welt to lot ol J-bn 1 ruaul ; tbvnov moK
ioi of Irwiel lull feet to an alley tbunua auutti
Ut dt-Koa aloitj eaitl all, y 6U let io Oiebatrii
ally; tbeben aiunjt Orrbard aitV) It led to
Maiu atreoi ; tbe Doe alou: Main airet 80 ft-et
plaeo ul bnKi nino. beifg kmwu iu plau ul aaid
viilafe aa Lot bit 4i ana fturmg l0rton nrxettrd
a Jratne boua wj alurtaa bib.
elad, iaaen lu eieuutmo, and to be tp'.i a
the prep.rty ut A. J. MvUujfti.
A wrfalr. Irwt of la ml allunto In Uraly town
V.i rias.Hsiil M.unlt. et.i.ai liaai. boon te I
andaVwritied a f ill wn : U if'aitnjr a red onk
corner at the corner of Ittli sf ' wb Ku i
llwcge Penu tbeneo north Ml d(rw. ei Ml
pore he to a p t lhwj'-e n-mlh 410 2 HI perob-a
u a pom thenne wt a! t-10 enha l n ded
brnltwtv i ihfiiee north It deiireee J6 ' per
ohtM to Bwrrieo berry; tleoc- euuth si d-'irca
wt-at liT perche to a heia oc ; toetiee o'tb l
dnrre-r m-rt Mi frcbe lo t pi) ; flu c nortb
Mi iftt oaat U prrebet to wririe. brr y ;
ibetioe Boitb I decree weal Ml prrrta lothe pi tue
ol tKioBiOf oooumtngf will f-iu ncrr
Hetttd. taken ia eirautiuo and t- be so'da the
property ol Ueora; Kramer aud Wm. K. Jlcl.
A eertafn tract of land aituato ia Brad? tnwa
hip, ( Innrnetd muni;, Pa , nr-ar ibn eilUt ol
Truniviha, bounded nad deacrin-d a folktwa :
Bounded on tlif ea-t by hrott Kmir, an the
neat I t publie lead 1 tic fr-m 1 ruutvilm t.i Rih
el'a alll.Dt theeon b be Undn of John ttanip
tint and on the north by laoda of Andrew M il
'ft nnd Anton bneall. tonTxininK ebal no nerra,
mure or lean, witb abt.nl iu aer cleared, and
havirtft tli-reon treetd a two-aiur frame huuan.
imall atable nod other on building:
Heited, taken In enrrotin and tn be aold aa
tbe propetl of Jobs M. Miller and Cbarlt-a W.
Korb, terre tenant, ,
ALSO, ' '
A certain Iraot af Inr.d aitnnte In Knux town
hip, ClenrSeld eooDiy. I'a . buuadrd aud de
scribed aa tnl owa 1 feeglntiinf at n wnite pine :
(banco 49 deyreea wtal 140 ptrchea to 1(0 no ;
iberiee n-ittb id deft reel tttlt ltd perche. to n
beiuioi'h ; ifir-noe auntb 4l ttranisi 14" pernbee
lo n beh tbetice toutb &U defreea naat 120 per
ebeo lo ibe plaoa of btf iii.ing, ri,iaibiig I0l
artrt, wih A acre elewrodi and having, therouo
reeled n 10 atorjr Irauio bunet, a ing ham, ai d
other ombniloinga, with nn ofbard f a'"al 4-
All tbat certain Itt or picoe tt' ground ltune in
Jurdan tnbli, Cloarfirld eouii'j, r,(ii"rvui
bttufldod nnd dwriimi fn.i Rftrinninir
at n d-nd pint r rnr of J M. WcNei a and it.
uani sj nuus 1 lumrw purr a v urm wvwx tot
ps-rehei to n pot ; 'be t ee by Inndul ii Hchueuing
toutb bu dogreea went 116 prrrbea to a healuDU ;
th-nee lod degroaionat Itf7 percbea tu a brmlurk ;
tjeoca by J. M Neil a nurtb AU dfgreea ea-t 116
percbef to tbo plaeo of tMrsitnning. n ntainlog I l.t
area and eicben, niihnbuut 6U acrecle4dl
and having tbe reus enrooted n fratn- bne, Irnnje
amble, nnd n log bmra. Alio, a btaring oinfaard
I nnont twenty treen.
Thai tnrtnln piece tf land aituato in Knot
twnbip, Clenrfleltl eonniy. Pa , bnndei nnd
desioribod na fulluw!, i : Bt-unded 00 ibe north
by laoda of Enoch nnd Lewla Krhart, on ihe nouth
by lan da of Hatid Wio, on the nnt by land of
reirr Maji, ant on tan wei ny land ot Jonn
IMgb, n tatmng n ont 711 acre, witb about 40
ar re. o lea red, and baring thereon arreted a two
atory franta honao, lo barn, nnd n two-aiory U
e, aim ntner nnti uiidtot. Aint. n amait
orontrd wn the tatnn.
ti t other let iltnata in Knoi towBsbit. Clear-
laid ooonty, touaait4 and drteribrd aa Miowa:
Urglnntng nt n atune oner, ibencn 40 dearet
weal 1 pcrenet to pnat 1 ibeuce 40 V frena eant
it pcrcnaa 10 n Beanioeb ; tben .e auntb b degivta
weat 12't pnronoa to tbe plaeo ut brgibutnrf, ton-
tning in ncme.
0ciird. uhit lo airootton and tt be vol J aa
Ibt propert of Tbomna MaUrnoaett and Juhn
A on lain trajt nf land atinttt In Chet town-
hip, Clearfield eotan'j, Pa.,ouimng Mi) acrta,
witb no impnireaetua, bwunded an it by William
Kaitover. at by fioi-ey fc Jubonon, nnnh by
H iMmm Woaitttr. and eoaib by -w ,
One-b a If itUrtni hi til nern tf kad in Cheat
mwttahip, tktneJ toanty, aw in pro mu en it.
bona den wee b. litaair inavt ami ty Finnoy
A JvbniHB,aet iy John Jfry ot ai, Mmk bj
Ont half iotereet ia 111 noraa nf land la Cheat
townnbip, Clenrnoid euoniy, wib 4 eeret cleared,
buundei wait iiy a. Ilee-t, aat by W, Wont vnr,
awita hy 8. WedtoTtr Bod numb by U. Fry.
One hairiattrtat In 19 aorta of land in Cheat
tennabip. Ueerue.i toaaiy, witb gtuj taw
iniil, I tenant kwiua, biackamin aboa. and la raj 0
wag m lb 4 and Blab ea. wilb n aoroi olearaw,
a Jed t-aat by J-nn Fry, weit bv W, a eeiovcr.
nf lb by laaat Knrn, hnU b., Jinaa MoKnna.
bo and. Ukaa in tioontw 1. and 10 be euid a
ibe prvporty tl Koet A McKnea.
Aaerta.Brii. of cr-ood itnnte In Creaitfeld
borvngn, UltarleM aon.ty, fa., beao4 nnd do-
aritpwt aa loiknn t Un ibo eaat b lot ai T. A
I och, oa tbo neat by lot of Cyme Uurdon, nn
kaHi.naa koi ho..l ...a ... . k. a. a.
B. lard, tihro i. osreo'loQ, sad to bo rtli ai
tbo .rviort7 of Mo((lo K. Uo:a.
A Otrt'ta IriOt t.f loud iIim.i lo Broiirto towft.
kia, UMaraei kui;, o , bouadVd and a.Kiib
oo al lollowi I H.tul,,n , , dogsvea ooruor :
tbouooMil bj John fti.b'i lornr II" (s-roboii
taoaoo ouolb bj p. Mil or ibiiot ISb b.roboi lo
wwo. i inio.0 woit izuarrboo toooroir ; to.aoo
or Uruadh.a .atT.y aotih 16 aorcaio lo oJooo
A bo,iaaii, ooa.oioloa W3ionu ana llo nor
obri, botiLg b..wt IS noroi olrovrd. atnro or bu,
son. ait oi a lot, r troot ol loo, oo.va.io b
ruuiv U. Wold, b.r in, tborios oroofd a !..-
11 lo. auoH. lo; Nn, lorioo bOrt oa ,lair
uatoaiuiam, bln( lot bonia, applo Iron 0
Hoitod, tiboo ta oiorotln, oad lo W nld o
ibo .r.port, of J. W. Iiavli,
A oortala Dliao of orou. I .It... t lB.a.nu
Juidoo To., lloarto'douoni,, ... boo. Ioi aad
oonri,o u iumwi, TH I Uo too Bortb B lot ol
J. M. !, oa ibi won bj oablio ru.J, .a lb.
oautb BJ oooUor, oa4 UIBaoool boo olio;,
Bod Bvlw taorooa oroto4a ao.d troino hviuo,
wood boow, waib b a.. aod a o-.km! iuiI.
Bolor, Uboo ia iioootioa ond k M.oid oo tka
prol ol A. U. Sir., aad lliraa Str.w. .
A oortala Init af laad iltaot la alorrla Iowa
obIb, C'kirlol aooatr, I o., booo.iod ond do
Mnood ai fUlowii Vi,liiBlnf at tbo ooa-b-won
ooraor of a , n i ikaooo IJ) iorob.i to a poit :
taoaoo aortb US BomBao u oboatoot ia,ua(i
taoaoo wortoio woroSil to pnr i tbonow nouUi 111
Boroaoa IB Ibo p ooo of boaloali.,, routamlnt rj
ooroo, oloorod, awTiaf Ibarooa orroiod a 21 urj
imoio aoooo, a aaikii Bora .Dd olbor ooibuildlbi:..
(Moo, tibo looBooBttoa and to bo Bold iho
fnfif H.r; a, Hnj and AWy.pi itraT.
A oortilalraet of laaS itluilo la Boooorll tow,
kip. UbarSold ooaoli, H, buuo loi oodd..orib
od ai lollowi i tloi aBina- al p-.l aoroor of tot ol
1 BOW.BO W.IT- iboOOO O.-IIB 1 dr,T001 Woit 0
ptr.boi to a koakbi lltMo. ivm.,o a .
oaot ai Booikoa ua.au ; tb.noo Boats S4do,r.oi
I".'", .win.. toonoo loots I dorool
WBlt 41 OOrrBoa W PuOt UJ Bluo of Boo.o.mo
oooto.aio, II aoroi aod SI wornkoo, aad balB
- ."no, bo. oaiiB, taorioa orootod o
lariro fnao dw.lliif boaoo aad nablo and othor
A octtiIo tro of li d n.uu I. B..U I.
rtlp, CkarlolA o.ootr. P., b oiodod oa tolkHii t
1"I "J a o,wood poll iko a.rtkwo.1 ooruor
f. mim aonror i tk.aoa ar Uadi af II
rairlp, wool IB porokoi lo a kralooa oa wool
bb ofnoUl rani ttiaoi ooolb IIS poroano to
.i ro I ta.noo oo.t I SI pimkollo..
tkooM aortk ISS Bocoaoa to r of BO(loaiaV
aoauialof I OS anno, son or loii, wilb SI oom
r-r. ..no Ol ol.ari laluto. OUPTt-B
oioort, aa a..l. taarooa Msiod a dwolla.
Soooo, Itrro kut bon aad atbar oolb.ildlno..
rwiood. uom ib oiooo.l.o, ul ia bo om1 a.
tka proportt of J. I. Ihlloa.
Taaai or iaia. THo or loo or na at'wilok
wo pnaortT bb.ii aa itntot aaol a. Bold ot ok.
ai of lalo, or oaok otaor arrantoainu aodo a
ia wo ovprooooi aoaorwuo lao pruportT will k,
laaoAtat, p.t aa aold HJ 1 tka .ib...
aad rtik af la forooa to whoa It waa auwo of,
-" - " - woooumoj M BOOB ra-aalo,
aboil aako prm iko aaaa, ut b h lawtaaas
wAI tka DooS Bo ron.i.d ta (Wt fw toasaauv
Uo aiiool Ik atwaoy b aooaalnr Ml oo lk
Saaan-r. Ornoa, I aaar!.
C-wfoal, Pa, ta-ll'K. I
2U u- 3i dm tjr aunts.
GASH or TRADE.
Curwontrtllo. I'o., Jon. S, '7S tf.
5,000 Rail Road Ties.
Cor(illo. P Joo. . I;s-lt
Pin luwaaiiip. Ci-ari-ld ouunlr.
I,, naunnble liiwu irwn lof part of purcha T'j
aiot,T. Prioi (' t li'.i pr aora.
Mr nrvfd: BIRD, Attn
or WLLicn A K hkhi,
Hopt 10. l!7-lf. Clenrbold, Pa,
DiM).i:TlfN 11 PARTNKHMIIIP.
All prt rit innnrnind nrr bt-rrl.y notifi,!
- ,,.llDewb.p k.r.tuf..f ralrl
Li, .( Ihn undrrtteoH rnvn vy wuiuai mi.
i ltllo ..r kropin It., f H..O- HtM. In iho
b'iruuth of CiesirOeld, Pa The hiimcn I
a fief will he oonduow-d by Andrew Penu Jr.,
who will toller all elm to doe ibeaa and pi y l
debit owatrno.aJ by tbe Arm.
ANbRUW ptSTZ, Jr.
CloarfieU, Tn , XuT. 2td, l(H Jt.
AM.NIttTHATOK NOTICK -N-tiee
in herhy Ri'OQ tbat Utlteriof AduiintM
irwiiaw o tbe aetata ut Is. ti H lLK, late uf
pniladflphia, l's, uVeed, haviuaj bfeo July
iran'nd to be nude reigned. B paiaoua ladpttul
lnid ttie will p1e make iuuieliela pay
mcof, nod thoa having oUtmaor d inanda ajittii-.t
ibe aatur. will prai.t lb. in pn perly nulhta La
(e l lur aellUinant wilh'.ul dvlav
v ILlsMM P0WKI.L,
CUaiflMl, Pa. Not lh. 1Si-l
I it nurfnj gisrn iisir tw irn iji rtiiiaiaiv-
UaiKiBOOthoeatat.ut BKNJAMIN I. HOHKKT-H,
Into uf Knox lu4ihlp, Clcnr field coun'y,
Pa , decrared, hat ing hrn dmy granled lo the
midtjrMfcned, all pertooa inleltrd to aaid estate
will plvat make tuinieiliein payinent, nnd tho-
haeibfjt elatnie or deiniid ajanpt tho aaiue will
praawiil theoi properly autliniHoated fur fettle
inetit without dalav. 0 i.iKAU UAKtK.
)tfw Mill.nrf, Pa , Nov. 10, ISu Gt.
DVIIMXI HA lH' !,OTICi:.!((iiW
is hereliT xUen that Lettira ( A Jmioi
tri on tbe eitstU ol H I AS L SMILKV. i-.u
of lirttdr tuwnetiip, larneld county, P. dec a ,
htviOhf b ts-n Ou-y ajrnotvd tTlu on lvri:'i -
1 indnMi to aaij ,:aus win pieaae n.4k
i im jaj tuwni, snu iuuw
eoiaiida aifsniut iho
II preacnt ibetn
-ttlaiont wi'h .ut
L.iA kTlh SMILLV,
, Nue. 10, IK Ut.
hat l.t-t'rra Ti,aiainr-Dt4ry no the
tlKuKl.K KNAHK, tpc.r. ),,
tnwuatii', Cieartield ootinty, tvon-j Umii (,
id havtnsr t-e a duly grnu-fi tu If." una- r
tsfDs-.l. all lie ra un a Indeb't'd lu aaiii i-flitia Mill
! ,.! n,ak iit.nmiiai ni m. tit. ii.ua. K-r
j iri), claiuia ur d-ui..udii --init ibe a .w v ill t,r
1 aeul thini pri pttly ntiiln ni at-d (or m-ulfliur-t r
I wnb-ut delay. . Alt M K.NAKK,
.K K.NAKK, Jr.,
T roiiUiile, Pa ,
Oltl'U NOIK I-
lo lb" Court nf Conn
tin Plea of CW Reid
Otorjie A. South nick ) No. 10,
mhoick 1 No.
liwiek ) rliii
Kltei Boathwiek ) Hi.b Hi h. Di vont'i:.
to Ri.lr a I'Tttwirn:. i)i:rtiDiT aa vi Kturn
Vou will pUaan laie aniir? that yua are ri
quired tu oome into Court and defand
axvtj ac'l'in at tuo tin It irrtn ( 'anuary lertai
or judgment will te eniered airinat tou by de
fault. JAM lis M A UAKFrA,
Clnraali, 14.. N. tith, ts.4t.
ji viKtr. MiTii r,
M'ihft D'flen hv hor) Io the fVurt of (?.
utn 4jgfnd W.A.tlocv- Binn pleja of Or-ar-or
t. ) flt'td muniy,
.1mtr II. Dflliaa. ( N i. 4 June I. Is-t".
J At. Ap Sr IHrorr.
The umleraign-d C'mmittioner, nppnlniett I t
ibe Court to ake teatimuDT in the auore caif,
ciren notion that fee will nttaul iu (tie du'ic ol
! hia eppuiotinent at ih ..fiice uf Th.niiaJ. MCul-
louifh, fori., tn 'be hrootrh ur Olrarfliid. no th-
Wl'H day or DKrKM HKK, m, at 10 eick
A. M., whon and where all prra -m int-r.id niy
attend. KHaNK A. FthMINU,
C( no in ta toner.
CliarHt-M, Pa., Nor. 17th. ISn.;k.
THE Unkl.lX WAtOS.
T0? AND OPEN BTTHSIES.
KEPT Oli JJAXD FOR SALE.
STAGE & REILLY,
TRIAL LIT. Tho hllowiDi U a list ot
coomo tot dio lortrUI lor Jaooirj Ttio,
l,Sl, OOWMUOOIOS iHMrj IUH :
PaC'SB Waoa:-J4eirT 17.
J Gtrdnrra 8 Uurrow o. P.lrt..h Flysa
llvurf. B.iitNIB Tl M -
fb.i.- 11 Kurooj ... ll,4-.r Klias
Kt-airl A.thuM ? Kiorf A Pulli.r
Kichard Arthur or J .ir,b IUa,l ot al
L-Ji llvS-o, So., ' ' ro Riflhord Artbori t ol
J-.an It till'. a tl al nS U..woo ol ol
Wi.h'gtna U L Arr'a tlo..r(o lloftr
D D Soko,.a.i. r n W 1 1 M Ilult
H'l.r, Y.,i,j X Co oi Jobo HuUuii
Hiot.'d Srlbori voH.dov Kolirrotol
H M DuRro, Ailui'r, v, W.MMll,n F.ro B Co
Ot.aa'j Natton.1 llobk -a Ahran llualj.bro
t, Wa A Ha'lor.
S owtr A Poarflo
l-.bo ,M C'lioos
A M L ..Tj A Co
U a) Bn.hio
.1. hi riorh
K K Kooa
Lo'aor a ll.jorlj
Ti Ao.'ta Kiloo
A V K .HrouJ Ca
. - - oo War Wo.io.or
J J Lion
tl Andrew lonls
Tl Tbt.ii.il C Kvlrr
Ti Jiaiw Irria dr
vi J T llor
IL1 Bl OOO, r.othoaiy.rT.
TI'RV M.T...N..M and IoooiIob a' ikon
tl brrrooi d-awa nl jarnn t oorooit Jiaoir
and cuatinulng tn woeki :
aaiNBicanaa, in MnauAT, jaa. IS, 1811.
CW.1 ol.l W J H-io.hill.
I01B.B, J K llrd 111,
ton- a. Poai i rijoa.
.Irooow'J. I L llo.rir,
lluito. Th-Ht II 11.,.
i II Kilo.,
I.ooronao, L Plcgal,
Morrl. At Thorn,
" t'l.rk Croocll,
toa ljr, P rt Wrbor,
R W Poati,
" C Qujlir.
L'ti'in, UiTld ilrei-kr,
I'ar'.vil'O, J liThnai-MiD
11-olidiW, t ftn'oor, I
N Wi.b'r.W W U.rctal
Oiooola, U IV Lano, I
, ii r a ttun.iT.
Willicotoa, A M &bow,
Bo.-4i, tlporito lion,
''nrlaton, 1. L.(rv,
Uodoiur, A J htoinrr, I
tiu.bin, JtiD A M.irrT.
tlee A Moodor,
TRAVBR1B Jtiaoao, tit WBJIK, JOS. UrS.
ClwHol.1, B F Cni.or.
IIua'kliUr, H It ink rd uo
' tl I'korlt ..,
O.0O -.la. M Hurl. Jr,
M H. nll,al,
n.e-a.la. A N.tling,
Hrll, Cbftl !inpion,
tli-Ml, tln.i Di aollue;.
" ll llinpllnit,
Brodfnr I, C I A Ikirl,
W II roron.
" Tool M..rrU,
" W llraHliia,
Bridr, M II Latbrr,
" ll Irvlo,
'' H A Trowtaiaa,
BurBiidt, Jobu Loo,
' o J Ho.tuvor
Coviacton, J..1 llmi,
Ucniiur, Job Htowb.
i " J L tWbart,
" A J Hanbo,,
" J II Horn.
Firottioa. tlo.i Htr.w,
firconw'd, B Tbnnpoaa
V? P J..bnot
llaitoa. Jno 11 llroltt,
' Job! Brooo,
Knox Kuboit Lord,
" Knncti lllrtr,
IjOwronce, J.ao Orr,
M..rrli, B F Kvl.r,
" J A aeh-o.ii-l,
" I U M.mll,
lbn, Jonitba K.rb,
" Jonoi B C irk.,
o Abroa iplopir,
Pill, Ruhorl N lpir,
iiodj, .lou Aiidvrtoo,
Ulna r Jom.
" C F loltor,
Son I j, Munr. Albry,
" F HiabirM
Woo.lw'd ! '"
- Mirt.a ku'J.
' Aor.a J '"
Jlihoa, A B Aatoi,
vatvaoao jmoai. II waaa, ja. 1 Tta.
Cloirllold. K II Show.
Jordo.1, tiMi III.m
Ilooti.olo, rlo.1 haith. I
0-..l, LAR Kroaa.!
Horoora, W J Mlltor,
' " Joo Pilehtl,
niona. Sldo-T Hnttb,
Uoraiidi, A K Loos,
" JU K.Jdlr,
ttilitar, Jo ti.Hw,
U.hik. I. Fomf
" U O riraa.
Ilo.loa, J LM.k.o.ld,
" K.B I Milwr,
" J II ll.ad,,
J'Wdo, Ho. kl.'B,
oir.iM, H Molliu.i.
" ttll i"
M.irria. J llolloaua.k.
fikn, a I Tboapxi.
M T lloiopbrir.
S.B tj, H, arr lii.lana
-VooAward, J. To.r.
Uri fa Urioa.
Wo. tka aadot.loo.l. k.k. a.riiro Ibil
foloa.f I. It of Iwaiio bor HI toon r"'
lo i i.o ad U-on4 lorwri..ad a.n I"1
aooioo of porooai t. nrvo oo Travirio Jnorr 'or
iko wa. ooua-nolnf ,,ndiT, Jo ao-r
aid lAwr-Ma M a.aoo -f pwiooi lo ur" "
ri.vorM Jaror. lur iko wook wano.ln ''
"I.Jaoni ITta, loll, w.ro droio b; or
tka li t d.J .r N.roaoor, A O. Hit lo oow
aiwwt.k aooaira liiail kj H.i. t'
M.por, Fro wool Jadro of to. Ooarti of Clou
111 aoaotf. aa koari(Aaa oka Itikdit of
aooaor, lias, aa aorwo aa rororl fc tbl OnS
of Qaorar Hoaioao ao4 (h oT OTH "J
ToraiBor ooao bold at OaaoSoi a ska Id
d ktnodoyo wf Jaaaarr. A. . ISfl.
I JAMK MAalAFFiy, BonrwT-
, fjti. a. a-wfi.
.. . . .7 "aiSa-""