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Uxoboi B. Uoodlandib, Editor.
WKDNRSDAT MOKNINO, MARCH 3, ll.
Render, tf yon want lo know wb.1 I, going od
Id lh. baaln.ra world, Juat rend our tdrertl'inf
ooluntDit the Special oolumo in p.rtloul.r.
Senator Eokicy fi. Coxo, cf llio l.u
torno district, win sworn in on Thuin
tlny. Thu Uuitod Stilton Sonuto cololirutod
Washington's birlbduy by panning
resolution Biiiiroiiriuting (30,0011 tq
Imild ft monument nt his birlh-ptueo. j
The Indiana Nenuto, ly a voto of
23 to SI, has passed a bill to submit
tho Slnto Constitutional amendments
again to tho pooplo on tho 4lh of April.
Am Kuucatkd Kadical. We notice
that an old colored preacher wus con
victed in South Carolina, beforo Judge
Mackoy, of voting two Republican
tickots panted together.
Ho Caiui. Among tho Republican
Stutosmen invited to Mentor in tho
capacity of iiiuiilury, or otherwise, tho
New York Sun hears nothing of Mr.
lioorgo William Curtis, or ol any ot
bis associates in tho attempt to purify
Tiium-mx Balloib. The number
of ballots taken in tho contest for Sen
ator just closed at Harrisburg (3G)
was tho sumo as in tho Convention
which nominated (iurfield. Mr. Wal
lace was tho only candidulo who was
voted lor on every ballot.
General Garfield has consented to
have a public reception by the citir.ens
of the Nineteenth Ohio district, when
ho will deliver a farewell snoecb. llo
fixed on Monday, tho 28th ult , for
bis departure from Mentor, and arrived
in Washington early Tuesday morning.
Ride. A lawyer in the North Car
olina Legislature put tho Grangers in
that body to silenco the other day,
when they woro growling about aris
tocrats, by asking them if they bad not
observed that when they hauled a load
of potatoes or apples to market, the big
ones always got to Hie top.
That's So. The J.cwictown Vemo
( till says: "John Cessna probably owes
bis fuiluro to secure tho Senatorial elec
tion to lack of fuith in his own teach
ings. Had he rolled up his trowser
legs and hauled out a canal boat, ho
might have induced tho legislators to
"vote through their eyes for him."
DkVoired. Tho "boss" Wolfe in
tho Legislature, who has been light
ing tbo Cameron lion, has lost all bis
lambs Grow, lluyne, etc. and in ef
fect has allowed himself to be devour
ed. Wo thought wo could see mule
vars peeking out ever since ho under
took to whale the Cameron family.
Am Old liuomrut. The elder Cum
cron started political life as a bolter in
1M5, when tbo Wbigs voted lor him,
nlthough a Democrat, to beat the reg
ular caucus nominee, Georgo W. Wood
ward, llo succeeded, and prevented
tho confirmation of Woodward to the
Supremo lioncb of tho United Btates.
A !eai Senator. Hon. Matt. H.
Carpenter, one of tho United Stutos
Senators from Wisconi.in,died in Wash
ington, on Thursday lust, i'ebruary
24th, in bis S7th year. He was one of
tho ablest members of that body, and
was ranked as a number-one lawyer.
He spent a woek in Clearfield, at our
Court in 1873, during the riot trials,
serving as ono of the Defendants' at
BtAToa Wallace's 1'lan. Tho
great speech of Senator Wallace, on
an amendment to the Constitution for
a change in the manner of electing a
Trosidcnt and Vice President of the
United States, will bo lound in our
issue of this date. Tho speech ia full
of governmental research and thought,
n ml, although lengthy, will richly re
pay every voter to give it a careful
perusal. The subject has been agita
ted by many of our ablest statesmen
from tb (urination of the Government,
as veil as that of tho thoughtful voter.
"Soi.b A (Iain and Got the Tin."
Tho election of Mitchell as United
States Senator is tho last and best sell
that over occurred among a bevy of
nion" controlled by grand moral ideas."
Politically, bo is Don Cameron's stublo
boy, and all tho Legislative "kickers"
from Wolfe down,nust jump into n can
if they want to travel with tbe caravan.
"All aboard!" Whcro aro tbo "Hop
pers ?" is the inquiry Don has raised
sinco the voting for Senator has slop
ped at Harrisburg.
"Foxy." In order toavoid observa
tion, many visitors to Garfield stop at
I'aincsville, and biro a livory team to
take them to Mentor. A Chicago pa
per placed ono ol its reporters in a
livery stable at I'aincsville as a driver,
and whilo driving visitors to Mentor
be would interview them and telegruph
the result to bis piper. In this way
be took in John A. Logan and Gov.
Cullom, both ol whom wcro anxious to
avoid publicity. The only safe way to
go to Mentor without having the fact
known is in a balloon, sailing above
tbe clouds, and dropping down alter
dark to the roof ol Gen. Garfield's house.
How wi Cuanoe! Oregon used lo
liavo a Pennsylvania Mitchell in tho
United Stated Senate, but be dropped
out several years ago, went to tbo Pa
cific coast and has not been beard of
since. After tho ttb of March wo will
have a Mitchell of our own "a Tioga
man" in that chamber, who has been
in the House for tho past four years,
lie has never said or done anything
during that time, except act as an
errand boy for Don Cameron. What
li'is influence will be in the future, al)
can oonjecturo Cameron all the limo.
JYhor Is the " HVfr gang" now ?
T1IESEXA TO RIM. DEADLOCK
llclow will liu Iiiiuid u tubular tuto j
incut uf the vole neci'iid un i'ili bul-!
lot hy l he tix principiil raiidiilulci
throuf-hnut thu prulontMl dead luck :
v . ; 5
? : i
r i rr.ri
Si ... ... - :
8 ... ' M SI
Sll ... to
Si ... 74 M I
s.s ... ho ci
il ... o: 4
S7 ... j; xi
XI ... 31 '
74 ... i 17
74 ... 7S IV
SJ ... IV 48
21 ... 11 3U
111 ... 37 31
6a ... 47 ll
Tho ballots counted in the above
list include (as No. 1.) that taken sep
arately in tho two Houses on tho first
doy of the voting. During thoso pro
tracted ballutings commencing Janu
ary lHth and ending February Ulld, and
wbicli exactly ci)ual in number thusu
required to nominate Gurticld (:!ii) at
Chicago scattering voles wcro cast
lor MacVeagh, Hrewster, and others.
Paiiti.y So. An exchange states
this: "Generul Garfield will be the
twentieth President of the United
Slates. Of thoso fifteen were elected
by a majority of Klaclors and each had a
majority of tho popular vote, ono (John
Quincy Adams) was elected by the
House ol Representatives, three woro
Vice Presidents (Tyler, I'illmoro and
Johnson) who succeodod to the Presi
dency because ol the death of the in
cumbent, and one (Hayes) crept into
tho placo by fraud ; and contempt, de
testation and universal scorn are his
wages. A decided blunder on the
part of tho editor aforesaid. Hayes
cribbed fc!00,000 of Tilden's salary,
and $15,000 a year for four years in
tho shape of servants, flowers, and
other green-house fixings. The reador
will readily observe that there is far
more virtue in this thing Ihun the
wages of "scorn." Editor Clearfield
Rr.rtni.ii'AN. Garfield is tho only
President who received a majority of
Electors but had a less number of indi
vidual voles than a competitor Lin
coin was largely beaten in the popular
voto, counting all other candidates
aguinxt him. He, however, had more
votes than any one of them. Ot all
thu Presidents none retired without
honor ; bul Uuycs will form a striking
exception to that rule."
A Good Measi re. Senator Voor
bees' resolution proposing a law to
protect innocent purchasers against
the tricks of venders of patented arti
cles is aimed at a practice that gives
no little trouble to farmers in the West.
It lakes two sharpors to play the trick ;
one goes through the country selling
to fanners and other innocent persons
a patented machine at it small price,
and in a few days the second scamp
comes along, tells tho purchaser he is
violating the rights of tbo patentee by
using his invention without permission,
and threatens him with a suit for
damages. Tho frightened purchaser
is thus eavily forced to pay an exorbi
tant price lo get out of trouble'. Farm
ers know nothing about patent laws
and aro readily imposed on by these
professional sharpers. II tho Sonate
Judiciary Committee can Irnnie a law
to protect them and break up tbo ras
cally business lo which thoy aro ex
posed it will accomplish a good work.
Clean out the Lot! An exchungo
says: If Uayos has really been dick
oring with Senator Conkling tosecuro
tho confirmation of Stanley Matthews
as Justice of tho Supremo Court, we
trust that tho Democratic Senators
will not play cat's paws for this mighty
man of Utica. It would be ridiculously
absurd to bave it go out to the country
that the confirmation of Matthews had
hung fire simply because Conkling had
soordorcd. That any Democrat should
be given such overpowering influenco
would be disgraceful enough, but that
Democratic volos should wait lor the
directing nod of the Now York Sena
tor would bo a piece of monumental
idiocy. Mr. Conkling may be ablo to
bring tho President to his marrow
bones, bul that is no reason why he
should be ablo to turn his supcrcillious
smile upon a suppliant Senate, and
command iu action al his pleasure
A Good Dm. The editor ol the Jiow
York A'lifi'on, ono of the Radical stal
warts, does not favor Blaine's appoint
ment as Secretary or State. It ro
marka: "Mr. lllaine is not free from
reproach. Mr. Garfield knows very
well that ho bad no answer to tho
charges against him in connection with
bis railroad operations while in Con
gross, except that the committee- which
heard them bad 'rebel brigadiers' in it
To the confession tho miserable con
fession in ono ol bis letters, that bo
used his authority as Speaker to help
speculators in getting a bill through
the House, and then claimed reword
for it, bo has never attempted any an
swer at all."
"Uir.." it bas generally been anp-
posed that tbe President selected bia
own Cabinet ofliccrs, but a telegram
from Washington intimates that Sena
tors Cameron and Mitchell wish to re
lieve Garfield of that responsibility so
fur as Pennsylvania is concerned. They
bave addressed Garfield a letter in
forming him that tho differences ap
parently existing in tbe party in
Pennsylvania bavo been adjusted, and
desiring lo know whether Pennsylva
nia will have a representative in tho
Cabinc t.and if so they would be pleased
to submit the ntimes of the gentlemen,
should lie so dosiro.
Lnir.RAL. The Illinois Legislature
is expected to be liberal, as is shown
by what was proposed tho other day.
It was asked to pay f30,)00 to i. l(.
Kyle, who lost both arms by the dis
cbarge of a canuon at a roecnt soldiers'
ro-union, and to giro Siegol Mobn
13,000 fur an arm which he Iml by
firing a defective Hlalo raunofi at a
lien .limits A. Guilleld has ubund
ant warning in Grant's experience to
make him wary alut his Cabinet so
IcclinM. Only one ol the original ad
visers ihiwcn by Grant survived his
two terms, Secretary ol Slnto Ilainil
ton I'i.-li. A. T. Stewart was dinpiuli
fuil liifutc bu tun aixigncil In the
TrcuMiry. Boric huh unknown and
unfit, and was iicecedid by one umliT
whom iHM-.ilily llourithed and thieves
waxed fat. The wurotIKe waailisgiaeeil
by llclkiisp's thievery and not honored
hy the Mibseqiicnl assignment to it of
a lunieitin, scion ol Unit one ol the
saino mi mo whu years before had lelt
the ollico in dishonor. Cox quit the
Interior department because he found
it embarrassing lo resist thieves whoso
friends bad the President's ear and his
sympathies; and his succes8or,(Delaiio,
was tho patron of jobbery. Akorman
was disqualified for the Attorney Gen
eralship, uud his successor, Georgo 11.
Williams, was exposed to most painful
criticism when his shortcomings were
measured tiy llio severe lesi oi ail-1
pointinent to tho Chief Justiceship,
liristow and Jewell were literally
kiekod out becauso they sympathized
with iho prosecution of public plunder
ers. Mr. Gaifield can baldly do worse
than Grunt; but bo will be lucky if ho
emerges from the multitude of counsel
lors who bct-ct bim without allbrding
Homo consolation to tho corrupt clo-jlllo
:.. i.: i.. ...I.;.. I. ; a.. !.,rt..n
Illl'llk III IIIS "ll , " III! II I!- B.I llltl'llll-
tiul iii dictating its policy and control!
ing its ottleiuls.
Anotiilu Horror. The Catholic
Orphanage ut llydo Pork, l eur Scran
ton, wus burned Sunday night lust, and
17 children perished 1 -I boys and il
girls. The building, St. Patrick's Or
phan Asylum, sitnuled on Iho corner
of Jackson street and Lincoln nvcnuo,
about a mile from tho centre of the
city, is occupied by a number of Sis
ters ot Charity, and under their chargo
were forty children from six to twelve
years. The boys and girls occupied
separuto dormitories on tho third floor.
Al ball past eight a bister took the
children to their rooms and locked tho
doors. Descending the stairs, sbo dis
covered smoke issuing from a room of
the second story. Opening tho door
she was driven back by a cloud ol
smoke. Tho tiro was raging along
tho ceiling, making way to the upper
floor. Tbo Sister darted up stuirs,
and found the girls' room full of
smoke. She took them to tho lower
floor and started back to get tho boys.
Tbe smoke was pouring into the hall
in blinding clouds and, when about
half way up the stairs the Sister mot
a stranger. Sbo made an effort lo
pass, but he refused to allow her, say
ing the boys bad been rescued and it
would bo dangerous for her lo go for
them. Sho reluctuntly went back.
Tho alarm brought four tiro companies.
Tho flames were raging fiercely when
tho firemen got to work. They were
informed ol llio belief among the Sis
ters that some children were still iu
the building uud niado every effort to
reach tho upper floor. In a short
time tho flames were beaten back and
the door of tho dormitory burst open.
The victims of tho lire were found be
neath tho cots. Only two woro touched
by fire, but all had evidently bocn
dead some tune. There is intense ex
citement. RaUIi'AL I.IfllBI.ATlVE Follv. Tho
folloy ef electing Kadical majorities to
tbo Legislature was never mado more
manifest than tho actions of tho heavy
majorities which that party held lust
Wintor in both bronchos and which
they hold tho present session. Last
Wintor the session was signalized in
an attempt lo forco through tho luiir
million steel bill which ended in the
indictment, trial and couviction ol
many ol the Kadical leaders and their
sentence to tho penitentiary and sub
sequent pardon by their fellow-conspirators
in the Pardon Hoard. With
this corrupt record tho pcoplo again
re-eleclod them and coming to Harris,
burg with a trcmondous majority they
full to righting among themselves as to
which should control tho cilices und
patronage They oould not nor can
not agroo and lor weeks past they
have indulged in a (actional war on
the Senatoriul question which bas ham
pered and retarded every public inter
est and threatens to delay all legiti
mate legislation until it will become
necessary to bold an extra session ol
the Legislature at un additional ex
pense lo tho Commonwealth ol a
quarter million of dollars. Verily
the pooplo bavo to pay smartly fur
Radical ruio in this Suite. JiiiirnVc
Radical IIi i.k Honhs, Ikut, Dkiit!
An exchango says: "The census ex
hibits will show a record lor Republi
can administration, through all its
ramifications, Federal, Stalo and Mu
nicipal, consistent only with cxtrava
ganco and startling in its aggregate
For example, tako tho Indebtedness of
3)0 cities in tho United .States, with
an aggregate population of 11,250,000,
so many having been tabulated, and
wo find from tbo partial report of the
eminent statistician in charge thai
their bonded indebtedness swells to
tu64,0ll0,OuO. Tho like indebtedness
of 2,700 counties is $200,000,000. Tho
indebtedness of municipalities is likely
to reach the enormous sum of twelve
hundred million dollars! This does
not include boroughs, townships, school
districts and the like. Hnch an out
look does not piomiso well fur an early
approach of that period of lime when
the sound of the tax gatherer shall no
longer bo heard in the land."
Wki.i, Said A Democralio editor
personally acquainted with tho new
Senator, says: "Mr. .Mitchell is a mid
dle aged lawyer end politician of aver
age ability and is raid tn posaess tho
questionable vlrluo of lar.iness. no
served a number of yeara in both
Houses of tbe Legislature and lias
been in Congress for two terms. In
Ibis long servico bo utterly failed to
acquire oven ordinary distinction, and
this portends that in (he Senate be
will be of liltlo servico to the Slate,
lie will scarcely put himself to tho
troublo ol antagonizing Cameron, and
is too spiritless to try lo acquire name
The Oiistbi ctionibts. McClure
tolegropba Irom Washington: "Tho
Republicans of tho House, under the
mad lead or Conger, and against Iho
better counsels of llawley and Krye,
bave practically decided lo defeat a
Congressional apportionment this ses
sion. They bavo made 319 members
their ultimatum, a number that is
against the dispassionate judgment ol
tw o thirds of both Dartics. and w ill
filibuster out tbo session to deieal uny
i , . .. i
other bill, lhis is simply partisan
It will rot Pennsylvania
hundred of tboiiBati'Ig of tlollarn for)
an extra scsion of ihe J .egialuro, and
it will impoeo hko uocdlew coal on
inorolhaj) half theStatcof tbel'nbin."
A I.O.(! LOOK AHEAD BY A
VOI.il IVA1. S7A'(7 LA I OH.
WAR ON Till! STALWAI1TS.
Tho Vu-hlli:lon col respondent ul
tho New York .Vin lust week lelo-
graphed In that journal lis follows :
U H now upderslood Itiut iieiierui
Garfield's I'uhinel will li imnle up lit
Mentor, uitino In iiich lo iibing-
ton ul I In- end !' litis Iti-.nt !. u ilh tho
poM-lbliit) uf wlilK change utter he
gels here! Ily Inking this course, Gen
erul Uartiold i iay relievo hinisi II from
irksome importunity. Tho party chiefs
who liuve not been consulted at all,
and who have had no personal oppor
tunity nl expressing their opinions ns
to tho imike-up of the new administra
tion, cannot bu expected to lake his ac
tion in good part.
A mure politic President elect would
buvo seen and heard everybody enti
tled to consideration on this subject,
even if hid mind had been positively
made up in udvancu. I.i shutting Iho
Katun down und in prohibiting tree con
lerenco General Gurlleld exhibits not
etrcnuth but merely weakness ol char
acter, llo lucks tho moral courugo to
confront iho lender whom ho intends
In ilikuitnniiit He ia uli'uid lo tell
Uiem wby ,1B 1B9 (c(.jjlM tt(,uill!lt their
preference, tins course will sliarnen
the edge ol resentment, and un
necessarily mako eucmies by wound
ini persona! pride.
Tho main elements of the Cabinet
wcro chosen long ago, and will not bo
changed. The subordinate nluces may
bo ullercd, but not enough to afl'oct the
unity ol purpose upon which tho new
administration is lo proceed. Tho cen
tral ilea upon which Mr. lllaine, as
moU,, H.,ia it, starts out is fur
' i ' i .1.1 ... i. 1.:.
tienural Garfield lo bo bis own sue
cessor, with Mr. lilaino as llio candi
for lSSrt, when he will be fifty -eight
This interesting programme not only
shuts out the Ihir 1-tiriners lor 1884,
but it also serves notice upon them
that the policy und the patronage of
tbo new udministrulloii will be direct
ed against tho men who were defeated
ot Chicago. With this the object of
liar Held und lllaine, ol course the
Grant leaders could not expect to got
the Treasury, upon which their fond
est hopes bud centered. Thut recog
nition would have pluced them on un
equality with their rivals, and Mr. 1
Blaine docs not propose to admit their
It Mr. I onkling and the interest
which ho represents will bo content
with a mild Gruiililu like young Mr.
Lincoln, who presided over a third
term meeting in Chicago but bus made
no figure in politics, they may bo grat
ified. Hut there is no intention lo
slronglhcii Mr. Coukling's hand in any
way; nor is there any especial desire
to 1 1 leak with him.
It is easy to seo what the result of
the existing rivalries must be. It is
Iho old story of the White uud Red
Ho-cs; of JctTerson anil Hamilton ; of
Clay and Webster; of tho llunkersand
Barnburners; ot Douglas and lirccken
ridgc; of Sew ard and Chase. A collis
ion is inevitable in tbo natuie of things
between the factions led by Conkling
with Grant us his figure head, and
lllaine with Garfield at his back. It
cannot como ton soon tor the good of!
; TRAGIC EA 'IE.
IICAT1I or THE YOL'Nll UI'.NTIIF.SS OF
Only a low weeks ago the papers
contained un uicount of the killing, re
cently, ol two black bears, by Lottie
Merrill, a young huntress eighteen
years old. Tho following uccount ol
her deulh is from thu 1-1 in i in Uazettc :
A fearful tale is told in tho I'ort Jervis
Union ol the futool Lotlio Merrill, the
young huntress of Way no county, l'a.
According to this accuuiit sho met a
most tragic death on tho Rib of Feb
ruary, being attacked in her hut by
six bears, killed and cuten by them,
and bcr body burned with the cur
cutscs ot somo of them in tho cabin.
A party of hunters, it is said, at Iho
close of that day found bur cabin still
burning, and tho proofs of tho horrible
death she had died. It appears that
sbo had been hunting that day, and
bad killed a lino buck deer, which,
alter removing tho entrails, sho had
dragged homo on tho snow. .Six hun
gry bears, drawn by the smell of blood,
had billowed the trail to her hut, and
after devouring tho carcass of Iho deer
attacked tho huntress, killing her und
devouring her body. Tbo girl had
evidently made a heroic defense. An
examination showed that she must
have killed two of tlioni before being
overpowered. Tho carcass of ono bear
had fallen aguinst Ihe closed door and
imprisoned them all within tho cabin,
which look tire and burned the others
to death. In tbo cabin wus found one
of tho huntress' heavy boots with the
foot still In it, a bent hunting kinl'e
near tho bones, and the unllers of tho
deer she hud brought home, which,
with the curcusscs of llio bears, fur
nished a complete key lo the mystery.
Her funeral took place on Wednesday,
the Ulh. At least three hundred peo
ple were present at the funerul, and
llio old preacher, William lludwick,
preached the sermon, relating the
story of her deulh and extolling her
bravery and her virtues to tho skies.
'Iho remains were buried near her
burned cabin, and over her grave were
placed a pair ol anllers ond u hemlock
slab with this rude epitaph :
"Lotlio Merrill lays here she dident
know what it was to be ulcered but
she has had her lust IiiukIo with the
bam and theyvo scooped her sho was
a good girl and she is no in heaven.
It took six big burs lo get awuy with
her. 8ho was only 18 yeurs old."
I'lan eta RY I'lsrLAY. Tho spectacle
presented by Venus, Jupiter and Sat
urn grows moro attractive t every
evening. Venus and Jupiter are fast
approaching each other, and to night
they will bs in conjunction, shining
only a little over llueo degrees apart.
Old Sal urn looks as il ho hnd lullen
behind in thu race, and ho has also
dropped out of lino with tho others.
This week, however, ho will asumo
such a position that llio llireo plnnets
will mark tho corners of a litllo tri
angle. With tho tolocopo the view ot
these planets Is exceedingly beautiful.
Venus begins lo show iho crescent
form, and may be welched with a low
magnifying power lung before sunset.
A slight turn ol the tubo, and Jupiter
with its attendant moons sails into thu
field of view. Another turn brings
Saturn npon tho scene, His splendid
lings are opening wider every month.
The narrow division between them
looks like a biack line of enamel upon
a golden band. Thoo who wish to
study these, wonderful planets should
not lot slip tho present opportunity,
fur beforo the Spring is over Ihey will
alj bavo disappeared from tho evening
llrssMta HrcF.L. The Ilessiuer steel
production of tho United States in 1KS0
is reported by Mr. James M. Swank,
tho Secretary of tho American Steel
and Iron Association, to bavo been
1.074,202 Ions, of 2,210 lbs., which is
30 per cent, moro than llio production
in lt7!l; 61 per rent, more than tho
1S7S production; IIS per cent moro
than the 1X77 production; 220 per
cent, moro than the W5 production,
and moro than ten timrs as much as
tho 1S72 production. Without any
jpt',;)',lon ' . "J' ucen " ncr(nw
in me iiimiucinm iiimii ti-ar iu vu ir
... j.,n , ' . 'L.u
bnK, Jd Waf ul lon bmtin
with rjlata eecrets and third lorm
TWO fiREA T M I'X.
L'ul. Mcl'luiv, uf Iho I'liiludelplnu
Tiiiiih. bus inuilu V ulniil"ii Ha heud-
quarters lor the past lorliilght, getting
ri.B,.. (br the Inauguration ami iiiclr,-
ing up news generally i t his journal.
His hingiupliy of mo gitul men is
short, bill il teaches a w holesome les
ami In those in alter life, ami lenls
Wasminuion, February it, 'Si.
Senator Mall II. Curpenler uud ex
Governor Henry I), l-'noko died ulnmt
tho same hour lini morning. The time
wus when the announcement of the
death of Carpenter und Cooku would
have niaile u prolouud impression iipou
Washington, but both bin e outlived
their exceptional inipurluiicu uud to
Ihesnmoexti iit their worshipers. Cur
pentcr was the most brilliant and cour
ageous of thu War hemocnits of the
Northwest and ha entered the Sen
ate during thu violent throes of recon
struction, when just in tho noontide of
lilo and already enjoying a national
regulation. Il was his misfortune to
coma into public position us u parly
fuvorilo just us the memorable epoch
of the decline of stulesmunship begun
to draw its dark lines upon the polili
cal and social rule 1 1 the Capital, and
ho yielded to thu blandishments ami
luxury ol power and w recked one of
tho proudest intellects ut tho Nation.
He was deponed by bis Suite, but Iho
memory of tho days when ho w as con
spicuously good and great elbiced tho
resentments which hud overthrown
him. Ho returned to tho Senate two
years ago, only lo linger in broken
health and impa'red mental powers
and finally lo pfss awuy almost un
noted. Theie aro very many w ho will
lament tho deoth of Mall. Carpenter,
but Ibcy will not dute II as of to day.
Henry D. (boko was another of the
vigorous men developed by the war.
Ho reached Lie summit uj fortune m
his tlnanciul operations, which had
staked everything on tho maintenance
of nationul credit in tbo darkest duys
of tbo rebellion, und he, like Curpen
ter, was BVept along by llio flood-tide
of (lemonilir.ntion that attended the
reign of Grant. A Governor's chair
was crcntrd for him and ho was made
ruler of tho District of Columbia.
From thu I dir.zy political height he
fell when the panic swept lurtuiio and
summer friends away. The palatial
Governcr's Mansion bus long been ten
antluss and tho local government
of whicii ho was the head, perished bo
lero tlw enforced economy that must
follow profligacy. Neither ol these
men ever hud the stain of corruption
upon their skirts. They rose, promi
nently on the tide of unhealthy politi
cal and financial prosperity and when
the ebb left iheni iigiiin dependent upon
themselves their powers bad abated
and their work wus dune.
HOW IT WAS OO.XE.
Tho Washington correspondent of
the Philadelphia Record (fives bis re
censiun uf thu breaU uf the dead loclc
and the election uf .Mitchell. He says :
Tho scbeino by which John I. Milch
ell was chosen Senator from I'ennsyl
vania was planned iu Senator Cum
ol Olfs room at Wormley's Hotel hist
Sunday. At that limo the i-enior Hen
ator wuh called upon by Culoncl Sam
uel IS. Hick, lluriitio tlutcs 1'ndicr anil
Uuiscll Krrott. Colum-I lluyne had
been seen on Saturday by .Mitchell him
self, und alter a liii(j interview, in
which Mitchell showed that ho rniild
himsell bo nominated, I'uvne agreed to
withdraw if Wolfe and tho men who
had stood by him would consent to
support Mitchell. Itonerul lieaver was
given to understand that his case was
hopeless and'that it was deemed best
to try tho next man nu tho slnto, who
was Mitchell. He was assured that
efforts would be made to buvo him
named lor Secretary of War under Oar
field, and ho gracefully decided to va
cate In the meantime Hugh Young,
of Tioga, hud been working on Wolle,
and led that gentleman to believe that
if he would support Mitchell it would
bo a victory of sumo sort for tho in
Tho now Senator was in bis soot in
the House to-day, and be was so little
known that tho inquiry went round :
"Where is this man Mitchell who has
been elected Sonator from I'oimf ylva
nia ?" His presonco could bo delected
by tho steady file of messenger boys
who carried telegrams to him as bo sal
in his accustomed place over in tho
"old maids' corner" on tho Republican
side of tho House. About noun ho
went into Iho lobby, where ho was
hardly known, except tor tho fact that
a party of 1'onnsylvaniunB stood guard
around bim. liovernnr Hoyt came
along whilo Mitchell was there. Tho
(iovernnr congratulated tbo now Sen
ator, who by this lime hud received
notice of his election.
Senator-elect Mitchell held un in
formal reception ut bis residence tu
night. Ton days asju he wended bis
way homeward unnoticed and almost
alnno. Hut with Ibis sudden stroke of
fortune friends have sprung up hy tho
Wayno MacVengh was Wolle's
choico, after llayne, but it was found
tho Cameron forces would not turn in
lor him. Mitchell could command those,
and ti row's followers then wont for
Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell bus only about
four appointees in the departments
hero, and wijl not prove a very trcublc
somo comiionion to Senator Cameron
in demanding a share of the patronage.
CRUNTixn the W'ro.nu Man. Mr.
lilaino is just now getting good deal of
praise Irom Kepublican papers fur his
ellorls concerning iho establishment ul
a universal ponny postal system, us if he
wcro tho originator nl'lhe idea. History
shows that lioorgo Francis Train was
the man In this country who first en
deavored to prove that by tbe adoption
or tho system gcpernlly, the postal
rcvenuea would bo largely increased,
and ho emphatically urged ils cstuli
lishinent. Hluino in his latter efforts
is simply echoing what was said long
ago. T bo cheap postage system formed
a plank in that queer combination that
nominated Vie Woodhull tor President.
Tho adoption of a universnl penny
postal nrrungement would undoubtedly
increase llio revenues ol the l'nstoflico
Deparlmctitnnd greaily facilitate pub
lic convenience as will. When Sir
Ituwlund Hill first arifiicd in behalf of
cheap postogu In Kngland, on tho
ground that revenues would be iu
creased, his ideas were hooted at as
hoing thoso of a rriiny man. Tho
British government however, wero in
duced to try the experiment, and gen
eral surprise followed. It camo out
just as kowland Hill bad prophesied.
Indeed it went fur beyond bis own ex
pectations. The increase in corres
pondence was enormous, and every
body wroto letters when they found
(bey could dispatch them fur a penny,
ijr. Jllaine's cifirts in behalf of cheap
postage are lo bu coinmonded, but the
credit of being tho originator of the
system hero should be nliiccd where il
C - COD 4ar si bin. Raoiilea worth
C'J ' VOKI H frw, 141,,,, tn,m I Co.,
Fortla.d, Matna. mib2,S.lr.
rTAc;iiii run Ai.ni-n. ai,..riwr
II bu urn lo ll.r.a WaRioa. aarl nr.,
foraila. Will lit axM rli.ap Callnn or kil.ir.ri
joiin a. fTAin.r.u.
CLarllalil, la , Uarot I, laal-ll.
"VOTICK.Th. aii,larlna, rwldlni la tha
X villairo of Waitorar, I. Chtat hurntbiii.
aaa mad. tli. Iww.irj trrari-.mrBl and pro
pom la .pas KATlNla IMllSIa far I ha ...
.modatlc.a .1 lot fMn (a.aralla, ud I krrv
bj aalkll a libtral abar. ol tba aablM f atronaga.
JOHN i. (MUtH.
Wwtorfr, l'a , frb t, HSI If
I llll HIIIIK -All li,i;,l..
(I in ids lis,i aisrrer si ilii
I lull wink t ulcd
t iiiriur mitici:...
Is tlm C.iinia.o Flcki of
f Clnr:llit simnly. I't.
Unit A MoKiten. ) Nu. 111! riit. T., I7.
Tl.n iiiii)trlnl Aii'tllor, u"!nlo.l n tli.iri'i
iii, llis bii.ii,y In lliv lintnl ul lli" sbrrill.ariiinf
fn.tii Ills il, id (lis rsul ihIs, ti inn! mnii.( Ills
frr.lio.r. Ii-,rllj rntillf.l tlisis--i, will ni-t tbt
IHMli-, In ItOrrr.t ,1 Iii, ndii.f. Is Oil. rlf'-l, 1.11
HIIUA1, M I IIOII 1 ill. ss. ., in i,',:k
A M. W. A. IIAHKIIiV. AuJIi. r.
I'lii8.l I, I'. , M.r. li 2, 18 I III.
COAL ALLJTHE YEAR ! !
'PHK u'laiTllior iWtjr Duti.'e tlitl be
J ii bow dchretiuR oml ol an rx.vllnH itlHr
tiiil rrurn tu )irrutfl Mi tnloo
,IM S T1T !,' f ,
B llutt b will hi tnalilril to supply hii etit-inrf
tl Jill tiiiiM witL gontl lu el. Su Sutiiuitr tuft
On.. Unitr bj null inuu;i1ly flllcit.
II. KM. HH AW,
Clr-r Imlil, fa., AUrcb 3, l8l ir.
t1 At'TlON'. All itritfti ra Urly wrtd
Miim iiurchaaing or ia uy iutlilliiK with
tbo ful low in c ifirtnntl ptupprr jr. new lo mv.
iunof J. 1'. l.,M.llK.Mlll,.r liutn-i.lt luwr,
hii, CIcMrHftld ewimiy, f ii : One gry uiitro, 5
i k, 2 (lid p mid 3 luitl'i", t now, I iriO( wfko,
I ( hum ci , I bulUlu ro'ie, 4 ncrsi wli4t In (lie
Itrjiind, I i-ujturil and diihti, 1 rook Mora and
tiiturei, I ink. 1 lililf, tiill-doieo clu.m, 1 risk
ing ebulr, 1 lounge, I rxteniton Ulil, I rtiii
time, 1 rwinjf ujrbin, I drcitilig btlieail, I
clock, a ht-di cd bidding. Tbe fri-iilnjf rot
ttj wu pure ha ltd br tu at HhirilT'a aula, tnd
la allowei to rem io in tha oiirilri of aaid
J. I), (lallirahh on 1mb.ii uvy, lulject tu dit order
at any time H, F. 1'ITTS.
t.raut, I'ii , March !, ISttl St. ,
Estato of Eich:rl Shavr, Sr.: Doc'd.
rpiltt tiniier.ignel, Cxrcut'-ri of the eiUdU of
L II It'll Ml ll SHAW, br., di-ii-.l, lll olfor
t .uiilirt ! ii tu,. cui k r 11 1 M i-fc.. in tl.0 bor
au ,rh of Clt-itrSpl I, fit., on
Friday, April lt, 1881,
AT 1:1111 ll'd.lll li P. M
Tli fi.ltulBg rftluftlile rtl stittfi, tU :
Th Ihm.norjr BK1CK HUTKI. prnptrtj.
Turner of Miirkrt toil Fimt HreoU, la tlm bor
ough oT L'learflulit, kuiiwn M
'The Shaw House,'
fronting with two Iota of ground (hereto belonging
zuu lt on Market aired, and V"
feet on first ilreet.witb a two -ator j
dtra in hnna ! hnii Tl. tin.
J B T ; .WOf t-1 liTfii.nr hi aialr hcl.fYinnii n.l
atl conveniences fur a flrat-ela-a
hotel. One of (he moat dnirable hotel propertiea
In Uenlral fennKlvania.
The alto re will be -old tugettivr with a mo
iWry framt dwelling bnu on Mttrket atreet, ad
Jtecat to the Hotel, and oue other fratua dwelling
faouae and a two-dory it ore building, all fronting
on Mnrket atreet.
ALSO. All that certain M, known lo the
tilaii ul Clearfield borough u Lut I'.iv.
9 UV MA
B alley P. .
fruuting 60 feet un l.ocuat atrei't.
nine baok 172 t'eft, wore or lci, to an
wub d well in a houae and all neoeaaarv out
building! tbvtfou (rotvl,andothcr imrovementa.
Gne-third rah at di livary of good deed, and
the balance tu he leoured by bond and mortgage,
pajal'lc in on an two yearn, with intfrerU
A. B. SHAW,
Surviving E'ri of Hichard Shaw, Sr., di-c'd.
I'lcarbxid, l'a.. vc. a, 180-ta
OPEN FOR ALL!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Come to Frenchville I
Ihavo just received tho largest stock
of (foods ever brought to this sec
lion of the count)-, which 1 will soli
for cash or produce as cheap as they
enn bo bought elsewhere. My stock
Groceries, Boots & Shoes,
'i'"Naits a Specialty ,"'&
A full stock of FISU. Suit In birK'o
or small sucks, or by the barrel.
CROCKER. Y WARE,
stono or clay. yUEKXSWAKH, all
styles and quality. In short, 1 bare
ovirything needed by tbo farmer, the
mechanic, the laborer, or anybody
else, which I will sell just ns cheap us
tho goods can be purchased anywhere
else. I'leaso call and examine my
goods and jinces beloro investing
h. M. COUDBIET.
1'rcnclivitlo, l'a., Mar. 2, '81-tf.
T if-i?Kki.- KiiTlr-r.' n. r..n i
1 J Hint hat fll.il li th tiffin of th Ol.rk of
ia. vonrl 01 ljuoMer srlilnnii ol (.TIQkTOeld eou.tj,
Iheir .tllifloi mni bonilf for llo.ni.,, ot the
March tr.ilonl n.II, .Krronblf to Ik. Act of Aa
S. II. n
William II. tlun
K. N. Chaw
Jamsi l nl nahl in
j !.. C. Itlnom ,
Jntiif L. I.oa j
U. W. I, a nr.
Mk-hael llurlejr ,
tleorge R. Rohacker.
Jmnei h. FenBelJ
Jll 11 Jinnl .
, ..PonflrM. Ilmtoa Tup
....I'enfleld. 11 ti. t..n Twi
Iae Lloyd ,
Thorn a a Moore
Jatnea W. KloMahan
.Mra. Wm. Welti
Mra, Hi' hard l'onaliao
(leorit W. Hmith
Wro. W. Lanf
Hi chard Matldigan
Wbb. Curran ,..
Jamea Hairy ,
Jainai llolgrr ,
IC Iward J'irdaa ,
W. t. Niohnltan
II on tidal
Hon l da)e
..Lulharibnrg, Brady Twp
..Olen Hope, llefoarla Twp
Joaenh R bierDe
Janub 1 niby
John Itiiliiiii .
J. II. .wnr-
0orge W. Delta
Janob Kilraiai,'. ,.
., vartj Tw
M. M. Hjnn , I'ennrillf, l'fna Twp
orge Knair Trout llio, Hrady Twp
Petfr Raflner . Madera. Woidwar Twp
J. A. Itnl.nd
H. D. vciaiban
Mary K. Krriobulrfr,,,
Ooorira W. Datlj
ti. . T.I..
..KjUrtown, Morrla Twp
O. W. Llojd
J lin II. Morgan
satTAt Risr Linnt
n. T. Krlla
W. Cnrlar M ,
Jubfl UutB A Job. Paika
.... Iluiton Twd
1. . Urafl u,
Cb.rlta J. bbrlilrab
Mai kllnnrdUogar PoDola
W.C. Muigla UuUota
Pttr Hoik .Uudal
Cortiled from Ut rtcont ftl Olaarwald. tbla lit
dyf Marb, IMl. JAMKS kBHR,
v7") A u " ') ''? i" lr'
Vlu Cu.ll untiit r-i. Ail IrrM Tin r, A t' ,
AukiiiU, M.ilu. moli3 l
JIOR TIWW AII.3, IIAIIIIH AHI'.,
H0DSE FURNISHING GOODS,
NKi:M.l:y, AtTACllMKN'Trf ,ANt lMt:T-,
jtml all hinds of
(). U. MKRRKI.L, - Agent,
I'I.HaHUHI.Ii, I'A. Jum j, '0 II.
UKALV.n IN '
M A TT1SENH KW
Improved Spring Beds,
M A UK KT Miihil'T, NKAU V. O
The ua'terrirfntil vt Uav t ttifurui tbe eltl
tn of CUrfllt1, rd tht purlin ncnerallj, tli"t
b b on band line a :ortuirnt at Kumiiurn,
curb n Walnut, Cbeitnui and I'aiutfd CliiiUitrr
ruiti, Parlor Suite. Hrfiinltift fend KKtcn:on
Chain, Ladiea' a,i;l livntu' Kny Chit Ira, Iho frr
furated Uioinjraii'l lJa.rlir Chair, Cane eatM-rd
Winder (,'huim, 0iliua itarn, Sup iiilKiln
Iud La.l-leri, Hut Ilarka, ScruliMug lirtifbr,, it
MOULDIXU A N'D PICTl'HK 1 RAMI'S,
oukin Olanaea, ChHim'Ji, Ac, which woulJ
iyltai'lu fur llulidar preaent..
iiMH 7fl J H 1 1 N T H tl 1 1 T i A " .
a. e. mm a co.,
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODLAND, CL'F'D CO., Pi.
RcHpoctfully Hnlieit thoir pai-f n?i
ai! (be jmltlio generally to anil an. I exam
ine Ihi lr Utw at'tvk of
Spring ml Slimmer Goods,
Cosbmcrcs, Vclvotocns, Dclulnes,
I.nwns, Ginghams, I'rinls, Un
bleached and llleached -Muslins,
Fancy Skirts, Sheet
ings, Tickings, Carpets,
lings, Oil Cloths,
Cheviot and Percale
Shirts, Glovoa, Neckwear, 1
Men's and Hoys' Clothing, i
Hals, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, ctc, clo.
I Grot (i ics & (Jcii'I Mm haniUse I
Will bo found ot first (jiialit)', undj
satisfaction is guaranteed. 'J bo fnl--lowing
nro always kept on hand,
(somo few only in their season) :
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Syi ups,
Confectioneries, Oranges, Lemons, i
lbinonns, Figs, Dates, etc., Hard
ware, Qucensware, Glassware, '
1 inware, W ooil and V illow
ware, l'ainls, Oils. Clocks,
Trunks, A'aliscs, Mirrors,
A Miners' Supplies.
AL.S0, DEALERS IN
BASE,E.r..TISS & SHINGLES.
July 2S, 188() tf.
IY virtilt of Writ! or IVniVr.'ofM Frpnn;
laaued out of the Court of Common Pira of
Clearfield ooan.tr, and to me dimtr,), I will ei-
Co to to piihlio aal. nt the Couft llouo in tbe
(rough of CloarnVl 1, on
Thumdaj, IMarrli IT, IhhI,
At I o'elock P. M., the following diperi rd rtal
oat ate, to wit t
All tho tnterot of defendant! In a cprtaln trao
of laud lituite In No th Utiuladale, Wuodward
townahip, Clearfield eoooty, Pennsylvania, being
three town lota fronting un Heed itreet and run
ning back to an alley, bounded and dearth, aa
followi : Uuuodod eat by Krin uroet, wet by
an alley, aouth by Hoed atreet, and north by an
alley, and known in tbe general plan of aid town
aa Lota Nui, 2U, I I I and 215, and having there
on erected twu-ntory frame dwelling home.
Seined, Uk-n in execution and t ho aitd a
tho properly of Mifliai-l Lea-!. ar 1 Marj Lrm-h.
All tbe Imereit of deiendint In a oer'ain tr"t
of land lituaie Ii Mnrria lowuhhip, CI ear lie Id
county, I'ennayh'ania, bounded and dc cno"i ai
followi: llouoded on the Birth hy land (if O. I,.
K'-bnonoftir, aaat by land ot I'oiter, weal by land
of Krar. and aouth by laui of Franklin llou -h,
containing one hundred aoru an I allowance , with
about thirty area cleared, ml haviug thrrcn
orocted a uial bouar, amall hiro, and utlier out
buildings. (Seized, taken In tiw.-ulion and to h) r lil a Ihe
property of Ikrjtniin Channe. '
Alt tho Internt of ilrfeiidnula tn two olliir lf
of land fitnato in tbo b-.ruuh of lloutnlale,
Clearliold oounty, Ponmylvoni i, bounded and
and drecribrd aa fullowi : tlelng Lota Not. 2
and J'.'.l adjoining, fronting on .MfAteer atnot
about 201) feet and running bark lot) feet to lMne
alloy, and bounded by It ail road atreet on tbo
north, Me A Iter a ! reel on the weit, by Pino all-
on tha eait, and an alley on tho aouth, co plain
ing about one-half an arre uf ground, with a larr
double brlrk house, ;.JiS0 fu, two ilorioa high,
table, and olb.T oi(tbutldir.gi thircon oreoted,
Beiied, taken ineioutinn an 1 to bo aol I ai tbo
property of Willima W-itohtiMn and Thomaa
Atl of defendiit'i lntoret (n a certain tract of
land at tit ate in Dradford t'wnihi, Clearfield
eanty, Pa., bounded an nth by land of William
Albert A Broi., eaat by Hni at William A Hurt A
Hroa., now in poaatiaiua ot John A. (Jrwn. ninth
by land of Daniel Hlowart, anl weit by land of
Denjainin l.aoaborry, containing 3 1 ft arret, and
hating about 50 acre cleared, having a twu-atory
frame dwrlling buue. large tank barn, and other
Outbuilding! thorium erw ted.
Seiied, token In execution ltd to le lolj at the
prrperty of I, U. Rarger.
All the Intarrit of deten iaat in a certain traot
of land ailuNte In Morrn towinhip, Uleatttrild
oiunty, Prao'a, bounded and deterihed aa f-1
lowfi Hi inning at the mutk-weat euronr of a
pnat tlient-'O (li'l pnrohei to a pint : Ibrnco oorth
14H perrhei to chtitnut lapting ; thence woat
perohee to pmt ; thenco aouth t IS perch lo tho
plaoe of hoKipoing. eontaining 2 acre, cleared,
having thereon erectrd a two and a balf atory
framo bou'e, a imall barn end mcavurj- out
building. Heitod, takrn In execution and t ho auld aa
the property or Ahbun Jray.
All the Intcreet of the dfen.iai,t In a certain
traot of land, liluaie In the toro-ifih ol llonti
al, Clearfleld oouiity, Pa., bounded and describ
ed aa fullowt: Lot No, i, on norlhwett eurner
of (Jeorge and tlannah itreet a, the buildmga hav
ing boon burned. It le hunnled on tbe eat by
Ueurge atreet, writ br en alley, north l,y H.Ter
allry, nd aouth by Ilivonah itreet.
Heiiod, taken tn execution and to U 1J aa
tbe property oft'harlca Kinney.
All defendant!' 1st ere it in a rertaln tract of
land liluate in Woodward townahip, Ciearnald
county, Pa., hounded and dcicHbed a fullowa :
Hounded on tho welt by J, M. Jordan, nurth hy
Joaeph Alexander, lontb by public road, and eait
by Uenrge Uearty, and baviof thereon 1-.!
n frame houae, itatjle, and othar eutbulldini.
ret sea, taken In execution and to be eoUl ll.e
property of Jam el Hoot and Lydia M.-Kre.
All the defen lant'i interest In a certain lot in
Weal lloatidale. Clearfield rountv. I. T4 fi
frnnt no nut.ho road leading from Houdale to
lUdeia, bounded north by loti of Hill, aouth by
lot of U. W, Wiie, eait by an alloy, weat by pub
He road, and having t harem erected small
uuhr kim niecaaary egiouHitlhp.
All diftndant'i Intern! In another pltoe of
lend In Jonlan townihip, Clearfield cmuy, Pa.,
bounded and deaoribf-d . folio.. . ft ,M,,ij '
theeaat by land of John Wl,aai, weal by
land of (teorge Maya, north and aoatn by land of
John . Willianie and William Jurdan, eontain
ing IM ncrea, nor or leai, and having thereon
erected a Iwo-Mnrv houae. fiame bni-n .i...
Beued, uUn '. tiecutitn n.d t he Ki'd a
t&e property of . W. Young.
Tiaui rjf fllin. Tha nrtn nr .1 t.:k
tbe prupertT shall bo alruck off rtfl bo paid at tbe
time, ot sale, or aaob Mber arrangemenu made as
will be approved, olherwUo tbe property will k
immediately pat up and sold eam at epie
end rlah of tbe person Uwkoai tl wm it ruck off,
nnd who, ta omo ef elefieioney nt snob ro-eale,
Shnll woke good the ene. aad tn no Instanoe
will the Deed be presented In Court for tnnrtrtna
! anloM tbe money l acts ally p,H (a tk
Sberif. JAHE4 MAllAVKV.
Piampr Orptoa, I
Cl.ard.lil, F.k. j: ta,
1V virtue of swrlt of Ltntri r'n'i'm iaiueJ
J cut ol the Court of Com in on picas of Cleitr
l.rld county, I'enn'n. and tn ine directod, there will
he exposed to I'l lil.Ii' 8LK, nt tbe Court
llnu-e, iu Ihe borough of CletrtUdd, 1 a., un
Thm-eilay. March II. IhhI,
At I o'clock P. M., (be following d".'r,bt.d real
i.tate of UefeudeDt, lo ttli : .
A rertnln tu-atory pltnk h'U.p. r.".'l IV-1, j
In fret lo eve-, llmwle roof, K.nU U M t I UV.d 1
li l i lite ri)in. wuh ai)tli! itoinn, l.fing erei'-ed i
on lot No. II.V lr the gt.erl yUn el' Dulloi, j
.Sandy lowtiri..p, Climtl'mli ruunt.v, Pa.
Hi-lied, taken lo rxeruiiu and to be iJd e the 1
property nt Patrit-k Clurk.
TKRMe or Sai,b. The price or sum nt wblob !
the proporty obeli be itruck off muil be paid at
tho time of aalo, or im-h oi her arrangouienta J
made as will be approved, otherwise tlm property i
will be Immediately put up and ld again nt ;
the eipenae anj run ol tut pur aim io wnon u
was struck olT, and who, in cuss of duiicieuey at
inch re-falo, shnll mako good the saiae, nl io
n'i i lift i nee will the Dood be prveuttd Iu Umrt
for poiiUi luiition unlraa tho money i ariually
paid to tho hnoriff. JAS. .MAllAl f'hi,
biiKinrr'a Un id, I hhsritT.
Cl-aif(ild. Pa,, rb. 21, IRSl.
BV virtue of wrlti of V. '!., iiaued
odt of the Court of Coin mo n Plots of Clear
field counlv, and to me directed, there will be
expoaod to l'WU.lC HAI.K, at tbe Court House,
In the buroogh of Clearfield, on
Tliunwtny, Marrh IT, Imm,
At 1 u't'locl. P. M , tbe fvlbwing tlc-rriUi J roul
eitate, lo wit :
All that certain lot of ground ituate In Cb-.it
t wii"hip, Clettleli ouiioty, l'a., bounded and
dororibed as follows ; Ilgiuning at ft poit liy
Ctiiit oreek i thenoo nurth oi degrees wiat V
perch i t.y land t f Joirph II. Ilre.tr. tu s pr.t ;
thence by land of laid Joieph II. Ilre'h north II)
degree eat If V Iu perchea tu a post ; thence by
laud nt an id Ur'.h south fllj drgrcea emit 8 till
(it'tcdra to a poat j tbeno bv land uf .aid lirtlb
Kiuth tj degrtea wrt IS V IS perchea to a puM
ami plum o brjfinninir., ruutaining I aorn and
4 V 1 0 pcr liv, all c!eAri'd and having tht-ntoa
erev-t'il a lwi- wry frame h'ue 1 fix 25 T.-et, kitchen
attHfhcd, K'j 1 1 led, and rtorertu m attn-bcd,
lfli'J2 Icet, al. ft wng unuaker .hop, t,4 a imall
Ira tn e .table, Itiil'll fret.
Srittd, ia ii tn ej(i-u'in an l to be i l I n
the property ( ft. P. Pierre.
Ml ut tbe 'It tVuilan' inti rcat in a ot rfaio b tune
end lot rihinte in Walli.o.ton It irjux'", Clnirrji-ld
cotiO'r, I'n., bum lo d and dtscrPiul al follows:
tin the t-.nt by Clfarfleld ilreut, on the north by
lot No K, on tl:c .otith hy lirnhHtn rtrtet, and
on tlie Writ y railroad, Uing DO ft t-t front on
Cha'titld itrctrt.by 2 oil U tt tl cp.au l known in
plnn ol ..iid borutilt e lot No. CJ, aid hiring
t lirrt li irn ti d a t wo-itury fruuie d wt lung beuff,
.talile, uid oilier out building.
buiitd. tuki-n in cxecatlon and to bi- sold ai the
properly ol A blander Leavy, eliai J.ihn Hioc.
All the di loi.'Uut'a intereit in ft certain piece of
.land ritual in liogg township, Clearfield unty,
l'a., dftcnli'd a lollowi : Ucginoing at a put
on lice of (Jcorge fhimt'l, tir. one perch aouth ol
Jn"oti Hmeal'a corner: thente eait paralk-l with
said tiiK'tl"" Ht.e 40 perchri to a corner at pot :
thence south Su pcrctie to pnat ; thonoo weit 4
percht'i to lino of said tleorge Shimel, St., and un
turnpike to a p' ft ; thn-e north along aid lino
2t ptrvlivs tu i tn plrice of beginning, e 'Qt.iuing
,'. acici, wilh iibiiiii 2 arrs ck-ared, and having
t hereon ne-tid a lrjtue houie and uutbulldioga.
iStiicd. taka ii in execution und to be roid t the
property ut Jcine McAlarney.
All the lrtt:i-t uf defendant In all 'tut certain
Uriel of ULd aituite in lira ly luwnihip, Clear
field 0"unly. I'., biundrd and deicnbod ai lol
lows : tlegmning at a red oak corner at the cor
ner ul' landu ol Jacob Knots and Otorgo Pants;
then re n-ltti blr degree e't -1117 percnei to a
post: 1 hi.-nee .uulb A Hi 3-10 perches to a post ;
thence wml 'A'J' V I II ptrchoi to a dead bent ooti ;
ilience north 1 dexicei 2riu pcrobn to a
tirvii-e berry j thence loutb 81 diyie.'i west Ij7
pttcut'a to a In-aj loci ; thence nonli 1 degree wet
Uj prrchea to put : tltanoe north h! degrees
eait Uj perches to aerv Ice berry : thence orth
one decree t I0 perclias to the place of brpia-
niTig, aoniaimtig t-mi t-.-re .
nvited, tak'n in rie.-ution aad lo beeold at the
property of Uoorge k Miner and Win. K. Itell.
All drlendanli' in eret in al that certain
tract rr pie- )f land lituste inUradlurd twn
ship, Clesifieid county, l'a., bounded and deirib
1 1 ua f l!uws : Hymning at n cLc'imt and
.'ones ; tin nee esi-t II perchos to atones ; then 'e
lulu U-l per c hoi to a poet; tbeuce wrt I IS
pen-hoi lo a Mack oak (d'.wo) ; I he net north 1 1-4
ptictici to n chutnut, itunes ant place of b'gm
tiirg, cnteming 1 til Screi and percbe, more
'ir U, being the "o-jthweit quarter of trat wa;
rit.tr. i ia nuie of Frncn We.t'a eurvey, having
alout 70 a ere i c!e,ircd,aad having thereon erooled
a frame dwelling huuae, llackauiith shop, tog
brn, snd other outbuildings, alau a young apple
and poach orchard uf about 160 trees.
tilted, taken in eiecution and to bo sold as
the property of Jacob and David WMiigmi.
'Ihrhb or Salh. Tbe prieo or sncn at which
the proporty shall be struck off must be paid at
the time of enlo, or such other arrangements
made aa will be approved, otberwiie the proper
ty will be immediately put up nnd iold again nt
the expense and rl.k of tbe person to whom ti
was struok oil, and who, in ease cf deficiency at
euek re . aid, shall make good tbe same, and in
no instance will the Used be presented tn Court
for eonrjrnintrjon unlet. the money ts actually
paid to tile hue riff. JAS. M AHAFFLV,
Panntrr's Orrtca, I Sheriff.
Clearfield, Pa.. Feb. J I, 181
ORPHANS' COURT SALE!
Ectato of Jonathan Uicliols, dee'd.
I Y irlua of an order limed out nf the OrpVans"
Court of Clearfield county, l'a., the under
signed Administrator of the estate cf Jonathan
Nii'liolf, deceased, will sell at public sale, at tbe
OH ItT IIUI SK, In the bonugb or Clearfield,
ricatflild county, l'a., on
aSutiirdrty, Mairh l'Jtli, 1881,
Al 2 oVlork P. M, of aald day.
All of the Interest of Ihe deceased to and to
certain piece of htnd situate to the townahip of
Lawrence, county of Cioarlield, and (State ot fenn
eylvania, bounded and destrilted as filliws : Be
ginninr nt a hickory on lne of l"cd of Hugh and
Jaitici Urr; thence hy Un 1 of AIU'O lisle east fifty
prrchra to a post ; ibcnoe by land late of Martin
Nichols, Jr., one hundred and thirty perches to
stones in line of Thomas M. l.anich't ; thence west
titty pcrrhei tn white pine; thence north by
Und of listen ami Jnmes Orr one hundred and
thirty perehea to the place of beginnlnp, eontain
ing JHarri-aaii(i;in perrheaaml alltitu,-e,
huting almiit aeten acres cleared tlicroon,
being good fr.rin land, covered with good
Tinibrr, and bung underlaid with a vein 'T
TERM. OK HALU.
One half cash, and Ihe balance in on vo ir from
conflrmall'in of Bale, with Interval, t-i be accural
by bund and mnrtjtace.
. U. MkkKKLIi, AdminUtrator, 4o.
CteatOeld, l'a., Feb. U, USt tt.
rniilAK I.IT.The following f. a M 0r
X causes sot down lor trial lor March Term,
In3, eomuienoing March Stb :
toiTRTn MoinAT, Marcsj Mrm.
Jiimei IJardnar at il.
t. I'attlrk Flyno.
tb. Patriok Flvnn
s. II. C. Tliompson.
ts. Ptewart Cowan t al.
vs. Charles Jl. Presoolt.
vs. E manual Ksnts.
a i. a l ui.
U illi.ni II. Irrio
Jnlin II. l'tUrn t al.
J"hn M. Atl, in. .
nu-, n. ninir.
.M M Ulllim. A.lni'r x. Will.... 1
Co Nat Hank ur Cl'li'd tb Ahraiu Humj-hreT.
Co Nat Uankot Cl'fi d ts. William A. Walla'ee. "
Stewart A I'aaroe ts. W m Luther et al.
.lobn M. Cbatm ts, Austin hhne.
Jtihn P. Irim a. Jmea A. Illnm
M. Uovd A Co. ra. William H'..i,.,,
Uri.rjia M. Hrl.hiD
J hn Clark
Tajlor H i.l.a
vs. Jopeph J. Lingle.
rs. Andrew Pents.
ra. Ttiomaa C. Kyler.
tb. James Irrin, sr.
I T II... I I
K K. Ku.
W. II. Aruiitrono- Vw m v. V A A W l l .
Ilobcrl Ilronn Ts. Adni Miycr el al !
William M. Prias) ti. Jacob llile,-,
Charles It, Itrnwn a. W II Dunla
II. A 7.. li. llRMilK.rn vi, R R Net pur. I
Thnmae It a It ton i. W Hoover at al.
J. H tirebaui s A'ns vs. A Srhetnerhore el al.
JAM: KKltR, Protbonotary.
Charred, Feb. 21, hi-.
UK(;lTl.lf!t MITK-K.-N.iIm 1, ti.r.
by glv.n tbat tu. Iiillimioit ariuuola hare
Iiiii .x.iiiinr.l an.l pa.a by ma, and ramaia
ftlnl el racurJ in thi, otb.-. f.ir tb. t&,i3lian of
hrtr,, Irff.lar,, nn-.lilnra, and all iilh.r, IDIaraalad,
ati-1 will b. pr...m.il lo lha nail Orphan,' Coarl
"f Clt.rllrl.1 eniinlT, In ba ball) ai lha Uimrl
Hou.e, in tho lori)iixh of ClrarfleM, rmnmrnrina;
on tha Ihlril V.mlay (brini tha Ilii d.vl of
Marrh, A. 1). l.-i-l i
Flm ami rn.l ."nuni of w. II, pti,10n,
Axijn.aff J. II. tlrtin. nl lha borough .r llnula
d.le, Clrnrllold pouniy. l-a.
Patll.l arcour.t af Hamiirl W. 11 ill Kiarunr ol
th. I,,t .ill lerlatnrhlor Aflru, M. Hill, lata
of llradloid lownrhin, ClratO.U e:iur.ly, l'a., dr
?ra,.d. Final arrntnl nf ftntnnrl HrKarlr, AitmlnUtra
Inr of Thomas Cowan, lata nf U.cc'aiia lo.a.hin,
I'l.arfield anility, I'rnn , dmo.aail.
Aoronnl of John B Kbltarl. Adinini,l,.tr of
....r,. imui.i. l.l.ol Ui.i(itoirmliii,Cl..rSH
eoiinty, l-.i.ti'a, ecra.rd.
Final ar.nnnl of Culharlna Morry, Adminli.
ir.lru of .i,iok Marry, lal. nf Woodward
lowaihlp, Clrartrld aiiunly, Pann a, d.or...J.
Final aron.nt of l.or(r II and Adam Wo.r.r,
'""""' llnor,. A. Wrarrr, lala of llrad)
town, hip, Clrarft.ld aounty, r.nn'a, d.ecaacd.
Pinal ar.uni of Jama. T. l-onrl. Alminl,.
Iran.r of Mra. Amanda J. l. n,rd, la', of t,'h..r.
field bori)'4j;l,, I'oii'a, dMraiad.
l'ar'1,1 ao-.nn' nf A. I. Ba. A linlnlilrato,
of lUubon N.lman, lata ef Naw V ahinliik hir
uuah, CleaiD.ld oounly, Prnt'a, daeeaie.1.
Final areonnl of (lolfrry Fnh.r, Adblnlatr..
Iir of J. hn llarlmir. late of Kkr.h.u, 1 .wnihip
Claarflald eount r, I'.nn'., droaaaod.
l'arllal o.-.iu.it of John H.ln--t, A lminl,!-..
It .f l.wia Donry, lat. of I nion t.wuahin
t'leail.ld .oanly, P. no'., deraaa.d. r
Partial aarint nf Willi,. Kolkrook, .urrlrin.
Adinl.lr.i., of A. K.I.,. 1.1. o H u.,?
aklp, ll.arll.l4 oouolj, P.a. a, d.a.a.ed.
I'laal avoii.l .f j.,hn rL.n,hlla, A Imlnl,.
Irnter of Jamra MaUnhllo. lal, .1 Bn.der
lowiakip, Jafaraca Mu.iy, P...'., dm. aad
OKOHUB II. FKROtmoN, R,'.
WILLIAM C. HELMBOLD,
I'utlon Mock, Vunrtuavltir, Va,
Compiuies Eeproteutod :
Cuiuoierpiat t 'nl n I us. r , Aet .sy.fttt vj..- ,
lire men Is 'und In. C.,Aaai I l'll,utT.li,i
1 nion In.uraoee Co , A-it I.O.'i'.nx;.,
Trawlers' Aooidt-nt Ini. Co . A . i,jlii,U' ;
Itifurance placed "n all km I of pnpnty lt
turwenaniie, ra, ru. in, i-ti-u.
A utllil nml Tried Ut nird)-. ):ituv!h- Il
nwtlhf. rf ! -itMl'ml k 'ft tht m n! n r. t- HHarmifri
iW vlrtiio. Vo bavu litiinlmlM of T-'liiH'iinui,
bN'hfd III tho hit l.'i yrnn.. provinir i-.ni. lu-u, h .
m no rwlt -iU Ut lr. llitliliitMt'e liornt
l-tro)'-r tn rftmivp ihr U.rriii .nil kill-In ,ri
S"tt. Ism'), and hiftc, llmt lnft-t the tiuiniiit M-tu,,'
liiynisutits Ikih ihun ami uiw tlioni m th.-lr u ,.
Eltl'IlK 1'htrr 14 tUI hil.i.lm-l in in.n, in j tlni,l p .
jroiuhly n-lliit.lc in .ll.-in--. lWv. -f.v, h . ,' .
A, W. WIGHT & CO., WSalewle Dw n-L,
Market ii.J f rant StiMs, h'll.dn.:.
Fobronry J, HHI-.lm.
GEO. WEAVER & CO,,
ski ov ii T!.t'r.
Itnv up lie 1 up, In the f fori- rom lately oiH-upd
by Weaver A ltt, on icord rtreft, a large r.:;d
woll ariected 'lock of
Dry - Goods Groceries,
ll'mT-1 AMI Sllnfes
KfKKN-W Mil), Wufi!) 1 Vt I U 1.. ' V." ui.R.
MATS AMI CA1'-
FLOUR, FEED, SALT, &c.
Whi'k il.t-jf wiil di-poveof at na-m.-il I,- i
for i-r eirhange t.r cnrey pri- tn,-,-
(.i:(ltt!K WKA VKK .V C"
CloirneM. l'a.. Jn. 9. HOfMf.
James Ia. Leavy,
lining p jrfihm.p.1 Ihe entire W !r--i.
Hjckett, hervbv give! notice tint he lim moved
into the romu lately urein.iid hy Iv-tiI A llai-erti,
on Second street, where be is pr. parr-i t i-H r t.
. IIK.ITI.ru .i.vn
f the latest itaprurcd pittcrui.at price.-.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Qa8 Fixtures aud Tinware,
Roofing, rpKiting. l'lurnblng. Gas Fltt.Ye, aJ
Hepairiag 1'utnps a specialty All
Anything In uiy lino will be ordered facial it
desired. J A& U. LEAVY,
Olearficd, l'a., Jan tary lt IS 79 If.
The jcvs From
THE? HAVE JUST RECEIVED'
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Capjj
That Ever Came into the
AT THEIR STORE, ROMIMI
f.l O. ('.ATOM w. Mtioiti:.
CIimMJ, Pa, .o'l. 25, IHO ,1ia.
Cheap Cash Store
HAVE YOU I
HIIOM NO. Tlllir.li, IIHI KA llill -i:.
I1H1.1A1,K 1 KKTAII. PEAI.KH IN
CompripInK Kress (loo Is of the very latent ( leS,
eiiriairtinK in part of Cahtnrres, Mnohetir
Farirn's, Alpaca, and all manner of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Kiifh ns Cretoni, Mohair Lualera, Plaid, Vrttt
(linchatna, Ureas Fences of the Tory latrtl
ttytt, snd ns rhcai as they ern he sold
In this market.
('ortltiri( if tllorea for llenta, lhtt atSti
Miates. Hose of all shades, Kilk Filer!
I. sees, fancy Dreee HutloQS. Lsdiea'
Tii ol all shades and strlei, Cotlii
snd Collars, lUblmns of all kmda ari l
qnalities. Mrtno Vnderwear, TriniTnlnss
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Quuouswaro, Hartlwaro, Tinware,
nriilH, Oil i'l(;tliH,
LEATHER, FISH, Etc.,
Which will b. Hid wtialeenla r nl.tl. W.U
la kich.nn A" Cvn4 it Marfcrt rrlcra.
wm. J. iiorrsB,
riratiii, e., vpi. i, ikw tfc