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She git puHiran.
Uioroi B. Goodlandir, Editor.
WEDNESDAY MOHNINO.AI'HILIT, 1181.
Reader, If yon went to know what U foing oa
la tho business world, Init reed our edrertlslng
soinmne, me ajMelaf eolgmn In pertloular.
Eighty-throe thousand buffalo bides
woro sold t Miles City, Montana,
alono, during the past Full and Win
ter, At this rato tho buffaloes will be
come extinct before long.
The Prcsidont bus nominated Ciou.
James Longstrcot (now Minister to
Turkoy) to bo U. S. Marshal for Geor
gia, and Philip II. J'.murflon to bo As
sociate Justice for Utah.
JIow the WoRU) Wags. When the
eame batch ot telegraphic news brings
os, as it does this morning, an account
of a man killing a neighbor for inter
fering to mako him slop boating his
wilo, and a story about another man
who slays himsolf because his sweet
heart declines to marry him, we may
well marvel at tho strange contrariety
in human passions and affections.
Commerce. A Jiew Haven firm
sends thousands of tho red American
fox skins to Russia every year. Those
skins, which are used in the Musco
vite country to line costly garments,
are contributed to' a considerable ex
tent by Muino, Vermont and New
Hampshire. That wo should send lurs
to Russia is as odd as that wo should
send wines to Franco; and yet both
thoso things uro dono.
A Cuanoe. An exchange says:
"There will be no 'college student
waiters' in tho Suminor roeort hotels
this year. Tho proprietors of tho vari
nus hotels whero tboy have hitherto
been employed have unanimously de
cided to engage them no moro, princi
pally on the ground that thoy failed to
give satisfaction, being disqualified for
their duties by tho sedentary and stu
dious habits of college life."
ilow Rude I Tho independent man
nl the Philadelphia Times makes the
following remark :
One hundred dollars il the print of dodgers on
the Ul bill. So it ii laid et Uerriiburf. Tbe
rente member of tbe present Legisleture would
ho deer at a much lees price.
What a slur on our Pennsylvania
statesmen who are patriotic enough to
work day and night since tho 14th of
April lor nothing according to tho
decision of Attorney (ionernl Palmer,
and the Constitution of tho State!
Aeoient Statuary. Tho Chambers-
burg Spirit remarks: "An admirer of
Senator Mitchell describes him as ap
pearing like 'the statue of a Roman
gladiator,' Any sort of a respoetable
statue would serve for a colleague of
Cameron, but when it comes to that of
'a Roman gladiator' there is no reason
why all Pennsylvaniaus should not re
joice. Statues of Roman gladiators
are not to bo had every day."
It le absurd for tho Democrat! to inppoeo that
they are making any capital by tho Senate dead
lock. The popular duguit ie directed Inward
then felly as much ai it II to the Republican!.
Neither party if making anything by tbe bungle
both have worked thenjielros into. If the He-
fiuhllcnn poiltion were aa bad agaia ai it Ii new
t would oot be eufflrient provocation for tho He
pablioea to leave kll party aod go over to tbe
I)omoeraU. btUifonlt htftubticmti.
That is what may bo called sublime
Radical taffy, so as to give back the
bone to (he wavering brother who has
become offended at tly conduct of the
Garfield administration, which entered
tho field with a big boom.
Another Dicker. There is talk in
Washington of a Republican-Green
back combination in tho organization
of the noxt House of Representatives.
We aro not surprised at this, for after
their combination with Mahone and
the Ropudiationiits the Republicans
will hardly slick at anything. WoavoV
ia ready for this dicker. We hope tho
alliance will bo formed. Let Kopudia
tionists, Communists and the Radicals
join hands and sail under their true
colors. This will enable all honest
people to assign them their true posi
tion in society and business.
War at Bethlehem. Tho post
mastership at, Bolblchem, Lehigh ooun
ty, Pa., is not so largo a placo as tbo
colloctorship at New York, but it is
one of tho most important in the Com
monwealth. The office being vacant
two candidates were put forward. One
of theso found favor with the politi
cians, from Mr. Cameron down. Tho
other was supported by the business
men and corporations of Dethlohem
Mr. Garfield and Mr, James decided
for the latter, and his nomination is
one of tho two hundred which may or
may not be confirmed before Decern,
ber, Cameron Is hot.
A Great Calamity. Lator Infor
mation shows that the earthquake at
Chioa was more terrible in its rosults
than at first roported. President Ste-
fanovitch telegraphs tho New York
Uerald that tbe catastrophe at Chios
has surpassed ail conception. The
number of killed and wounded is moro
than fifteen thousand. There are forty
thousand famished uufforers who re
quire immediate assistance. The Cen
tral Committee there implores the
Herald to open subscriptions in Its
office for their relief and begs It to
send tho amount collected through
Barring brothers to the Ottoman
Legislative Work. On Wednes
day last Speaker Hewit, of the House
of Representatives at Uitrrisburg, pre
sented a statement, showing the con
dition of the business before the House.
He said that up to that time 731 bills
bad been Introduced, including Senate
bills reported. There have been, re
ported from committees, fifil House
bills, and 49 Sonata bills; total, CIO,
There are in the hands of commitleos,
101 Houso bills, and 20 Sonato bills
total, 181. On first reading ralondar
there are '71 ; second reading, 154
third reading and final passage, 32;
total, 373; bills passed finally, 62; de
feated In the Home, negatived by com
mittees, and declared unconstitutional,
16S. The whole number of bills aoted
upon by the House and finally dispos
ed of to that date, 217.
MR. WISDOM'S REFCSDISO
.SCJI KM K.
At last, alter six weeks' delay, pre
sumably occupied in consideration and
consultation, Seciotury Windom has
promulgated a portion of a scheme for
relunding tho maturing national debt
It is certainly ingenious, and may be
successful ; but whether it is dignilicd
and honorable is another question.
As appears li'om tho document be
fore us, tho Secretary boldly announces
that all the outstanding sixes, amount
lug to 1!I5,G!0,K)0, will bo paid on
presentation, July 1st next. Itisnotori
ous that there is not money enough In
the Treasury for the purpose, and the
Secretary refrains from disclosing bow
bo expects to obtain what is wanting.
As if to prepare for further meas
uros, he offers to extend the bonds
mentioned during the pleasure of tho
government at 3) per cent interest,
provideJ tho holders signify by tbe
10th of May their willinguess to accept
such an extension. Ilia idea evidently
is to wait until May 10, see how many
bonds he will have actually to pay off,
and then consider how ho may best
raise tho needful money.
The Secretary of the Treasury lias
boon lorced by public opinion to adopt
this doubtful scheme of financiering in
order to cover the crime llayos com
mitted by vetoing the Funding bill
passed by the Democrats. The .Radi
cal taxpayer, like his Democratic neigh
bor, begins to sco that it does not tnko
as much of his earnings to pay tho in
terest on a three per cent, bond as on
a sixer. Hence the doubtlul move
ment of the Soerotary of the Treasury.
Had Hayes not vetood tho Funding
bill, the commercial channel would be
Yankee Snobbery. One of the so
cial crimes charged up to us by F.uro
peans, and the citizens of other civiliz
ed countries, is because wo have been
so grossly misrepresented for tho past
twenty years in the persons of our
plenipotentiaries, consuls and agents.
Many of them aro entirely ignorant of
the language of the country to which
thoy are sent as our government
agents, and only serve as such by a
substitute Tbe editor of the Phila
delphia Timet illustrates a case in point:
Edward F. Buyer, ilnce I'TT tho Returning
Board Ifinittor in Peril, made hii adlen Sunder
light to the Pari! euloey. Mr. Koyei will never
be mined from tbo place be never filled. He
hadn't tbe flnt rrqoitite for tbe poit of Miniiter
at a coitivatea eepitai, among a caltlvated peo
ple. It ie only juit, however, to Mr. Noyei to
admit that he gave every evidence of fully under-
landing tbli and eneood bimieir In the three-
lory back med ae the Lnited Btatee Legation in
Porle wi'.b exemplary modestp. He hae drawn
his $17, 000 and odd tbou sends expenses each year
with ftalcemaoliko regularity, wondering all tbe
too nmo wnen no mould be lountl out and order
Noyea was one of the Ohio men that
repaired to Louisiana in 1876, and by
tho assistance of the Returning Board
of that State, with Eliza Pinks ton, Mrs.
Junks, John Sherman & Co., defrauded
Mr. Tilden out of tbo Electors of Louis
iana and tallied them for Hayes. The
Fraud, ol course, rewarded Noycs by
sending him us Minister Plenipoten
tiary to France ; but the cheapest
Frenchman that happened to meet oui
Minister discovered that Xoyes was a
rude, vulgar man, and naturally con
cluded that all Yankees wero "chips
trom the same block."
Normal Sciioom. The Doylestown
Democrat has this to say about Normal
Schools: "This will be a good timo to
move on the Normal Schools by abol
ishing them. They have always been
an exponsivo part of our common
school system, and such institutions
wore not Intonded as any part of it.
They have broken up all, or nearly all,
the academics in the Stato, because
private enterprise cannot successfully
compote with the Commonwealth in
keeping school. In theso Normal
schools, pupils received a classical edu
cation, or its equivalent, at the ex
pense of tax-payers. This should not
be done. If a boy or girl wants any
thing better than a 'Common School'
education, the parents should pay for
it, aod others should not bo taxed for
it. Now is a good time for Governor
Uoyt to provo to tho tax payers that
he is in earnest about economy, by
putling his foot on any bill which may
pass to pay off the debts of the Nor
mal Schools. If they cannot get along
alter having buildings erected for them,
they should be closed out."
The Tina or Population. A co
temporary says: "Tho westward move
ment of tho centre of population of the
Unifod Stales has boon remarkably
uniform, as shown by each decennial
census since 1790, and it has proceed
ed substantially along tho same line of
latitude. It has never been moro
than twenty miles on either sidoot the
parallel of 39 degrees. It was in Mary
laud on tbe west bank of Chesapeake
Ray, about twenty-five miles south of
Baltimore, in 1790. Ten years later
it bad advanced directly westward
something like thirty miles and the
subsequent advance has been notably
steady, tho longest leap it made in any
docade being from 1850 to 1800, when it
jumped abont seventy miles from West
Virginia into Ohio. In 1870, the centro
ot population was forty. six miles or
thereabouts duo east of Cincinnati, and
it is said at present to bovor in the im
mediate vicinity of that city. It will
probably hereafter take a southwest
Becoming Wise. This ia the way
it is beginning to strike some of thea.
The Providence Star, a Republican pa
per of standing and influence in New
We might ai well faee the facta. The Repub
lican of the failed Slat Senate, In Ibelr greed
fof a few petty effieei, are orgaoliing defeat for
tbelr party in the Fall eleotloni.
And the Now York Advertiser is
equally prominent among metropoli
tan Republican journals. Of (iai field
it says :
The Indication!, we are lorry lo lay, eo far, are
that ai a politician President OarBeld le not a
aeooii. Tho Presides! la just the aort of a man
thai Senator Hoar describes ae a Bourbon Demo
oral "a man whenever Warm eaything and for
gets n groat deal.'' He baa not learned aoytblng
that la Bare, or ho wnnld not attempt to please
all parties. The man who undertake! 10 itraddla
two horsol l! pretty oertain te rand something
beiidei falling ia tbe mad.
A BircrmtisM An exchange says
that Henry Ward Bcocber announced
from the Plymouth Church pulpit last
Sunday a woek his belief that baptism
was a non-essential ordinance of the
church. It was pleasant enough and
useful enough, but 11 a man died trust
ing In Christ it made no difference
whether bo bad been sprinkled or im
mersed, or both, or neither. Yet, with
all the vagaries ol this clerical buffoon,
thousands stick to h Ira as close aa tho
buttons of his cost. I
The editor of the Ioyli-to n Dun
ocrat thidiis in this way: "The Repub
licans do not appear to bo making
much off their purchase of Mahone,
judging by tho debates going on In the
Senate. The more the mutter is sifted,
or discussed, the less charming the bar
gain appears. Wednesday was a field
day. After Mr. Pendleton hud con
cluded his speech on tho isrue of the
duy, Dawes, of Massachusetts, took
tho floor, and lost both temper and
head. Ho charged that tho Demo
crats bad mudu offers of Mahone, to
elect any man Sergeant-at-Arms he
might name, if he would vote, with
them. This roused the it o of the Dem
ocrats, and there were loud culls lor
the name ol tho man who tnadu the
offer. There was no rospnuae. After
a few minutes, Dawes got tip and said
he had not said anything of the kind.
This was recoived with hisses and de
risive laughter. Hill now reopened
tbe Mahone music, aod drove the re
pudiationist into u corner. Ho was
followed hy Mahone himself, in self
defence, who felt obligod to say that
tbe Democrats bad never made, any
attempt to purchase him. .Don. Cam
eron got riled up, and pitched for Hill,
but somebody held him back hy his
coal-tails. There was a good deal of i
bad blood, and many hard words ut
tered. Tho Republican Senators have
got as much as they can do to carry
Mahone along, and explain to thoir
constituents why they do it. Mean
while, the deadlock continues, and
there is no present prospect of it being
broken. The Philadelphia Times thinks
Dawes ought to curry a little hatchet."
"HONEST J01IS stroiim:
We notice that W. V. Ueneel, oao of the editors
of the Lanoalter Inlillitnter, furnisbed Cul. For
ney I f'reyrrsa with a sketch of this living Lan
eastsr oounty statesman, in lait week'! inue. We
hare no data on hand, but if our bovbood memo
ry lerroo ae right, the writer he! omitted a ma
terial fact. In lo.o or '40, while Congress wss
in session, and the Mexican war was at full tide,
Tom Corwla said : "If 1 was a Mexican, I would
welcome tleneral Taylor and Ueneral tfeott and
tbeir armies with bloody bandi to hospitable
gravel. A few deyi alter I'orwta bad ultorsd
Ibis outrageous sentiment, a vote wai ukeo in
Congrees to lend elolhing and proviiion to the
army in Mexico, and John Strohra wai one of the
even who voted against the bill. Are we mis
taken fCttarfitld lltpnbhrtm.
Brother Goodlandcr is correct. Wo
remember the matter well, Corwin
made use of tho expression charged
above, and ho and John S'.rohm and
others voted against supplies for tho
army in Mexico. We wero a soldier
in that army. While quartered in tho
city of Moxieo, wo one day went into
the ofllco of El HejiMicana Mexicann,
the leading newspaper of tho city and
country, and askod for a paper of a
certain date, which was handed us by
the proprietor himself. In it wo read
tho proceedings of tho Mexican Phi
lanthropic Socioty, which contained a
resolution of thanks to Tom Corwin,
John Strolim and other memhors of
Congress, who both spnko and voted
against their own country and in favor
ot Mexico. Wo still have that nows
paper. Doylestown Democrat.
Wo are glad that General Davis has
come to our rescue. Wo woro being
sovorcly criticizod for our remarks.
Tbo editor of tho Democrat went thro'
tho Mexican war and that of tho Re
bellion, and is therefore a competent
witness in this case. More: Those
who disbelieve us can find Iho speeches
and vote in the Congressional Globe.
A Great Man Gone England has
lust her greatest statesman. Lord
Beaconsfield died at London on tho
morning of tho l!)th Inst., ending one
of tho most wondorfill careers of this
century. Born in 1805 aa plain Ben
jamin Disraeli ho rose to the highest
ofllco in the British Govornment and
played a part in the world's affairs
that amazed alike friend and foo. His
earliest and latest triumphs wero in
the field of literature, and it is said he
was prouder of theso than of his tri
umphs in the Cabinet. There is one
thing to bo said here : no public man
in England has won an enduring fame
who was not a literary man. Young
Disraeli began life under disadvantages
that would seem almost insurmounta
ble. Ho was a Jow, and his habits and
bizarro appcaranco and everything
were opposed to the conservative
tastes and feelings of English socioty;
but he had mapped out his future and
he mado fortune his servant. In 1837
he became a member of Parliament
and in 1852 became Chancellor in'tho
Exchequer in Lord Derby's Cobinot.
In 1808 he bocame Prime Ministor,
but defeated in the elections ho was
compelled to resign. In 133 he was
again called into power and remained
there seven years. In 1877 he entored
the Houso of Lords as Earl of Deacons
field. His whole career reads like a
Tidal Waves. Tho Philadelphia
Ilecord soys : "Isotonety docs not ap
pear to secure those who have rovelcd
in it to tho fullost extent against fall
ing finally to the lowest depths of ob
scurity and negloct. General George
E. Loot, onco on Genoral Grant's staff
and one of his boon companions, bos
just died In Michigan, a pauper. Ex-
Congressmen Rsnsior, of South Caro
lina, who made a conspicuous figure
during the carpet bag regime, ia re
ported to he plying tbe humble but
honest vocation of a stroot scavenger,
Sergeant Bates, who bore his country's
flag after the war, howovcr all
through the paralyzed antl wondering
South, is said to bo living in abject
poverty in Illinois with his wlfo and
half a dozen children. Theso sad in
stances, However, do not indicato a
universal law. Private Dalzell has
just deolincd a clerkship at Washing
ton, and Ex-Senator Pomeroy, of Kan
sas, is rapidly rolling up wealth in min
Those Confederates. Tbe roport
recently put in circulation concerning
General Longstreot's desire to be re
called from Turkey has proved cor
rect, as appears by tho fact that Prosi
dent Garfield, on tbe 19th inst., sent to
the Sonato his name as United States
Marshnl of Georgia, Behold how hon
ors are boing heaped upon this Con
federate Brigadier by Republican Ad
ministrations I The peoplo of this coun
try will nevor forget tho fact that the
hardest fight Gonoral Hancock ever
had was with General Longstrcct on
the heights at Gettysburg. The for
mer was recently defeated for tbo
Presidency: tbe latter ia again mado
the recipient of official honors at the
hand of a Republican Prosident. For
the aake of consistency and decency
we submit, it ia time for Radical organs
to cease their twaddle about Confeder
Til A T CONFEDKItA TE IIIUGA.
Tbe Radical leaders have always ex
pressed alarm, even oinec tho war Is
over, when one of the (foresaid was
pluced in a prominent political posi
tion. But recently these model "Chris
tian stutesmen" have changed their
views, it ml instead of exiling this haled
elelm-nl llicy are embracing and hug
ging tho cheapest class as witness
the eiiniliict of one Mahone and Rid
dleberger, w ho have locked tho Sena
torial gule and thus prevented that
body from continuing a single appoint
ment inuiie hy President Gurfield until
tho latter is elected lo the best ofllco
in the gift of these Federal legislators.
For six weeks theso two Confederates
have held tbo Rudicul majority by the
throat, and absolutely duty President
Garfield and his whole administration
Who 0 10 of these Radical leaders
is, we will allow Major M. Murray,
of tho llrookville Dimoerat, to state,
lie was on the spot in 18)15 when they
hud some warm times in Virginia. He
"We happened to be present at the
battle of the Crater, in front of Peters
burg. Wo wero looking at tho rebel
lort when the mino exploded. We saw
the men, and guns, and tents, and all
else within it tossed Into tbe air when
the powder beneath it exploded. We
saw the bravo black division as they
passed through the opening thus made
in tho rebel liuo. Wo saw them as
they passed the second line of works,
and watched them till they reached the
third lino, whero they stopped. As
they pressed forward in solid column,
wo saw Bwatlt after swath mowed
through their ranks by tho grapo and
canister that belched from a rebel bat
tery immediately in their front. We
saw tbo division when it turned back,
and finally fled in terror to our lines.
Wo sow a number of men both white
ar.d black take shelter from tho mur
derous Ore of rebel cunnon and mus
kots, just outside tbo blown up rebel
fort, between tho rebel and Union
lines. Wo saw many a poor fellow
shot down in cold blood ns ho attempt
ed to run the gauntlet from this place
oi abetter to our lines. v o went on
picket that night between tho linos oi
tbo two armies, where thev approach
cd so closo to each other that the men
could almost talk to one another. Dur
ing all of the noxt day wo lay on that
picket line in Holes dug in the ground,
and every timo a man would put his
head or hand or foot above the surface
of tho ground a rebel bullet would
"And wo call to mind that General
Mahono was in command of the rebels
at that fight, and issued this order:
"No quarter to dainnod niggers and
Yankees." And this is the same Ma
hone whose vote gave tho control of
the Committees of tho L nited Statos
Sonato to the Republicans, and who
says ho has no apology tu mako for
what ho did during tho war. How do
honest flcpnbl'rana like this man who
is now controlling tbeir party and die
tnting its appointments ?"
EFFECT OP DEMOCRATIC
Whenever the Democrat., make a
firm stand and maintain their line, they
throw their opponents into confusion
and dismay. Tbe Republicans never
nave shown themselves beloro the
country in such a wretched plight (al
ways excepting their historical infamy
in fraudulently altering the election
returns, in order to save the Presiden
cy) as in tbe exhibition they have
mado as a parly, first, on the low-rate
Funding bill passed by the Democrats;
second, in the family war botwecn
Conkling and tho Prosident, and third,
tho dirty character of the Republican
alliance in the Senate with the Virginia
rcpudiators and their futile struggle
tor tho possession of Senato oflices.
In each of theso matters the Democrats
havo stood firmly by themselves, re
fusing to aid their opponents in any
way ; and the result has been every
timo, to throw the latter into confusion,
and, leaving tbom to their own de
vices unaided by their favorite help of
"JJomotralic blunders, showed them
in a weak and wrotched "tlx." They
aro now bound hand and foot to Ma
hono, and are compelled to carry him
and hia lieutenant, Riddlcbergor, on
their backs, no more to bo got rid of
than Mintiad could get rid of the Old
Man of tho Sea. Tho Now York Times
confesses thai it is harder fur its party
now to drop Mnhono than it is to stag
ger on with him and call it a great
moral Bbow. It mny very likely lead
them, when thoy find tho Democratic
line invulnerable, to risk tho desperate
chances of nn extra session, and trv
for luck In that. But that is highly
dangerous experiment for them. They
bave everything to lose and little gain
to bopo for there. Hartford Times.
Historv Shortened. The Boston
Post, New England's ablest Demo
cratic paper, hits tho nail fairly on the
head in the following brief summary
of the present attitude of the great
and good Republican party: "Now,
having secured for four years longer
a'now lense of power, this parly of
high moral ideas has in open market
sold out its integrity lo tho worst ele
ments of Southern socioty, and lormed
a combination with shame-lnced dem
agogues and pnblia rcpudiators to
make war on the sound and conserva
tive Democracy of the South, whoso
aim and purpose, aro to reconstruct Its
society and section on tho taiis of de
votion to tho Lmon and a return to
the ancient paths of peace and pros
perky. This new movement, il nl
lowod to succeed, will demoraliso the
South even more fatally than did tho
war, because it will sap public and
private virtue and pronitulo evory
thing to tho greed and lust of party
TiiECoNgiiERKn Banner. Governor
Colquitt, on bohalf of tho Democrats
of Georgia, has surrendered to Gov
ornor Hubbard, of Texas, a beautiful
banner known as tbe "Democratic
Banner," the latter Stato having given
93,570 majority for Hancock and En
glish, boing tho lurgost Democratic
majority giyon by any Stato. Goorgia
won this bannor from Texas in lti7li.
In returning tho banner Govornor Col
quitt said : "I wish from my heart that
the influence of tho vote and example
of Texas and Georgia, gonorous com
petitors in tho grand work of securing
Constitutional govornment, may be
followed in politics and aoen in the
prosperity and happiness of the whole
A Ri-ir hf (UaihI n n irnaj ,k.
Christian aoldier, baa two books in the hands of
puoiiraers. noa-icnt Creaoaov.
We suppose the one relates to the
busted Negro Bureau business, and the
other to the robber of tho Frecdman's
Bank depositors of three million dol
lars while he was superintending those
establishments. It will be a good
feather in tho General's cap if he, like
Oakos Amca fwho fooled Garfield.
Colfax, Dawes, and a lot of other
Christian atatoetnon), would put the
money where it would do the most
X to V VM "m9, ti..iu... worth
I"! fAC.OKM poll HAI Tbt HUsrlliir
Tf hit two Two JlorM WT"na or.; new.
foraal. Will .micUI ahMp- fall on or I'Mmi
JOHN A. BTADI.KK,
Cle.rflolJ, Pa., MiiTch I, mi tt.
li btril.T tlt-to (hit l.oir-r of A.lmlBl.
I r.,t i. m oo ih. of IIKNHV llOUVKR, Uu
of Bri-Jy t-Jirniblp, Cltarflrtd onaitt, IV. dtXi'il,
batting boon duly k rant J (0 th un Wrilneii, tl
fivrauni ipgiuiwi to (aid tit Ml) will pintle mik
nimedieiic pkytornt, antl thon having d latent or
dt man J agitlntl tha mm will pra-tnt lb 010 prop-
iginuniic.thn ror mem tint, wiinnm dola ,
A. M. DHAIVKKK, Alminltrttor.
Lulbtriburg. Pa,, April 17th, IttHl-Kt.
"lAllTlOSI, All rarioBi r hrnbr warm I
J gal ol purebuUiajf 01 in Bjr way naUilllait
with Ilia fulUiwing pamonil properly. Dow la iba
pouaifioo 01 4. ii. t'OKSUrt, or Hurniiaa. vli
iwo bay buim and oat of tloubla barn.M
Tbe forttC'ilng property wai purchaMd hy toe at
priTaH. Mia on me linn day ot i" ohruary latt, and
! allowed to retnaio la tht pot mm ton of laid
J. II. CorioQ on loan only, tubjoot to ray order
at toy lima. (J K. PATHK'K.
Burn ml, I'., April !l, 1MI-St
HOI'HR oi, MKKH.K I.triHflHR
rOH HA 1, ITh. nnderiitftied, County
Commlnionarr. will i for rain, at the Coart
Iloutit, ia the borough ef CkarlteM. on FRIDAY,
tbe Alb dyof MAY. 181. at t a'alnak H. M ,
the huuie known aa the Ouodfcllnw bridge toll
home. Tbe purcbaier to remove tha Mint within
tbrea nionthi from date of itle. Aim, on mut
day. tht old bridge lututrr lying on the river
bnk. 0. W. KYI. Kit,
EL A II JOIIN.-OIV,
Clear tie Id, Pa, April 17, 11 2t.
Real Estate at Private Sale!
Homestead of A H. Shaw, Dec'd.
rpilB ho me -teed of A. H. Shtw, dee'd, iltuite
L In Lawrence townibip, a-ljoining C leer flu Id
burongh, fa., Ii offered fur lale. Ii W bounded
and rleierlbed ai follow.: Fronting 416 feet on
the river; the not extending bank along the
borough line tooth 7o) dogreoiet.it 31V feel to tbe
grounds of the Railroad Company ; thetiae along
the me north S degrcei tan 41rt feet tu lot of
Dm Company ; thence along iimi north 7iJ de
gree west to Water street, contain. of
TWO ACRM AM) Ol PKKl lll,
and baring thereon erected a large and well 60
iihed dwelling bouee 4il0 ftt with t-
taohed ldx.10 (eat. who a good bern ebntit 4i40
leei wild other outbuilding, for term or other
particular inquire of
T. . MURRAY. (luardlan,
or W. W. BhTTS, Adwlniitratnr.
Clearfield, IV , April !th. MHt-flt.
TItlAL l.IT. The following ii a Hit of
caunei let down for trial for J&ue Term.
lf.81, commencing May 2. id :
A L Hoi lid ay, for uie, vi, p. Flynn.
George Bingham ve. P. Flynn.
W. Ii. Irvin vi. R. C. Thompion.
M. Hank in, Anignea, vi, Wainright A Co.
Gilbert Thome 1 vi. Jacob liilger.
Chrlitian Lay et al. va. Richard Art bar it al.
Williem Weitoier r; Jae. A Eaxin MrKwcn
Jli DilienA S VcFaiUa ri. b. Cowan t J. Taylor
Michael Hubert ft. M. A. A J. M dinner
K C. Kuy A Co. vs. Jeeae W. fir ml.
Chester M union et al. a. Robert Llts et al.
II. I, 8ebooner
re. l. W. A J. M. Holt,
vs. Jhn DuRols.
vs. Kmanuel Kuntt.
ra. Ww. A Lonisa Irvln.
n. B. V. bone l.t t !
Digler, Young A Co.
&. n. n uion
M M. Dultrec, Adtn'i, vs. Woodland Firs 11 Co.
Uo Hat Hank of Clf d va. A. lUmphrer
Co Nat Bank or Clf'd ts. William A. Wallace.
Stewart A Fearoe ti. William Lulher.
John I. Irvin ve. James A. Bloom.
Bridget Baker vi. A. V. Bailroad Cm.
J R MtFarlane A Co, use vs. William Wettover.
U. Hubert vs. Christ, Uaag.
Oeorj;o M. Brisbin ti. J. J. Lingle.
Itbamer Dale vs. Thomas C. Kyler.
Samuel Mill. ken vs. W. 14 White A S n.
F- K. Rtv v. J.T.HuH.
W U Armstrong, Kr vs. E. A. A W. D. Irvin.
Wtn. JIo (Yin in vs. Caaper Leipoldl et al !
JAMRi KkHK, Prothonotary.
RK(;ITKK' NOTICE. Notice la here
by given that the following acoouuta have
bwea examined and paused by me, and remain !
Bled of record In this vlhoe for the lmpejtlon of j
hclra, legatees, creditor!, and all othera interested,
and will be presented to ibt neit Urphana Court
of Clearfield oounty, to be held at tbe Court I
llouea, in tbe borough of Clearfleld, eominenuing
on tbe fourth Monlny (being the i'M day) of
nay, a. v. iai :
Final aeoount of fcdward Carry, Administrator
01 n. b. curry, ia ol tbest towoabip, llearbeld
coau.j, i-ennsyirania, deceased.
Partial account tr W. W, Belts and Mary E
Bhaw, Administrators of A. H. Bhaw, latt of
Lawrence township, Clearfield county, Pa.dee'd.
Final account of Joseph M. Spencer. IJ nerd tan
of Lyiiia V.Porter, (iasstateef Nancy Porter,)
late of Clcarlield oounty, Pennsylvania, deceased.
Final aeronnt of Ztcharia McN'aul, Guardian
or Arthur MrUrtde, eon and beirof Win. M'Bride,
Sr., late of Curweaiville borough, Clearfield ooun
Final account of Lydia P. Leonard, Administra
trix of tbe estate of Charles W, Leonard, latt of
Lawrence township, Clearfield ennntyr Pentsyl
Tania,dseeased. Final account of J. II. Peats, Guardian of W. 0,
Pents, one of tbe heirs of Jacob l'ents, latt of
Brady township, Clearfield county, Peon 'a, dea'd,
Fintl account of P. K. Pents, Executor of the
last will and testament of Jacob Penti, lata of
Brady township, Clearfield oounty, Pa , deceased.
OKOKOH M. FKKflTSON, Register.
Clearfield, Ptnn'a, April 17, 1881.
QOI'HT PHO LAMATION.
Wuiriai, lion. C. A. MAYER, President
Jndgt of tht Coart of Common Pleat of
the Twenty-filth Judicial District, tomposed of
tnt counties 01 uitarneia, centre and Clinton-
ana Hon. Aiium OonxM and Hon. VmceftT B.
Holt, Aiioo fata Judges of Clearfield county
have Issued their precept, to me directed, for tht
holding of a Court of Common Pleas, Orphans'
Court, Court of Quarter Seaiioni, Court of Oyer
ana lermtner, ana court 01 ueneral Jail Deliv
ery, at tbe Court llonae at Clearfield, in and for the
county of Clearfield, eomnienriog on tbe r nth
Monday 01 nay, (tfutu nay) A. 11. iHrti,
aud to coutluurj lor oue wcrlt
NOTICB IH, therefore, hereby silven to the
Coroner, Jastloet ottht Peace, and Constables,
in and for said county of Uetrfteld, to appear In
their proper persons, with their Recorda, Rolls,
inquisitions, Examination!, and other Remem
brances, to do those thingi which to their offices,
ana m tnetr behalf, pertain to be done.
ily an Act of Astcmblv, pasted the 8th day of
May, A. 1. 164, it ia made the duty of tht Jus
tices ot the Peace of tbe several counties of this
Commonwealth, to return to Ibt Clerk of the
Court of Quarter tteulons of tht respective
counties, all tht reougnitancet entered into before
them by any person or person charged with tht
commission of any crime, except inch eases as
may be ended be lore a Justice of tht Peact, un
der existing laws, at least ten day before tht
commence went ot the aesston or the Court to
which tbey are made retarnablerospeellvtly.aad
In all eases where any reeognisanres are enured
Into lesa than ten days befure tht commencement
or tne sea Hon to which they are made returna
ble, tbe said Justices are to return tbt stmt ip
tbt mm manner as if raid si bad not beta
QIVRN andar my hand at Clearfield, this 6th
day of April, In tbt year of our Lord, ont
tnousana eight nun tired and eighty-one.
aprilfl u JAMKi MAUAFFKV, Sheriff.
Till CUKAt'tSI AND BIST
In tht county ia to bt round at
llclialilc Clothing Store,
Western Hotel Corner,
OXjJEIAFI. FI XJ XaX3, Z.
rS hat. J. si relnrael from the Eastern
esars.ro a-lte a leree Itc-a a( trsl elan
Whirtll will be leld ebeaner than arer. Thanking,
the pnblte fer pest Teton, we Inelle a eall
before purchasing elsewhere.
DON'T rOROIT THB PLACBi
Old Western Hotel Corner,
Arm tr, mi if.
DINNIII.IITION Ol' PAHTtr.ltMIIII.
1 be .ailnereuli liereiolure eai sling be I ween
tlie undersigned nnder Uie Arm of 0. H. A V.
Ilarrttl, was dissolved be mutual eunsenl us the
Sad da nl F.l.runrr, A, ! IKII
U. R. HAR1IKTT.
VAI.TKH HA KKKTT.
CleatBeld, Pa, April 37, IHSI at.
'l.ii'U inni iianci: At.r.vr.
p9- A srets of Com pan f represented, 1 1 1 .001,0(10 .
April 17, '8l lf.
TIMBER FOR, SALE.
TlLL be sold very low, to close an estate, a
valuable limber trautof I.QOO ACKKS, in
bhippan towuahip, Cameron tuuuty, I'a., bnuwn
aa Warrant .No. 2.LU i has been owned a number
of yeati by a Philadelphia family, and will be
soi'i at a aeoiuea bargain.
COLEMAN h MAVN,
OIU Arch Ht., Fin I ...
April 3", I8SI Itn.
A (IDITOH'N NOTICfe-Tha undersigned
J. Auditor, appoinlH by the Urphana' Court
of Clearfield county, 1'enu'a, to distribute tbe
balance in tbe bands of James MKeown, Admin
isiraior v. a. , or , &, Hanerlv, latt of Peon
township, deceased, aiu-nst those legally enti.
tied thereto, brreb fives notice that be will at.
(end to tbe duties ol bis appointment at hla cthVt
In the borough of Clenrfteld, on THURSDAY,
(be iT H DAY OK MAY, IKNl.al 10 o'clock A H.
i. W. Bil l l. KUY, Auditor,
ClmtUM, Pa., April 30, 1 SSI 3i.
.4 JXKG1IKNY HO USB,
A CLKAHFIKLl), PK.VN'A.
WILLIAM U. DEAN, Pnrulor.
jMTThli house Is please ntly located on Kilt
Market street, and convenient to Iba Court House
and all business places of the town. It bus re
cently been refitted and re furnished frem oellar
to attic, liar supplird with choicest liquors.
Table ftirnished with the best the inaraat aflords.
Mood stable attached. Hates moderate
April U, lMMI.tr.
lnlKCK NOTirF.-In tha Court of
1 Common Pleai of Clearfleld county, I'a.
HiArgiirei a. aiyers, by nar
neit fiintvl, James Kye
Ntf 110, Mar. T .'Sl,
Sub Sur Divorce.
0. J. Myers.
To 0, B. Jyars You are hereby no til. ad to bt
aod appear ai tbt ueat term of Court as afore
mentioned, and tbtre defend In the above case , or
ebow cause why a decree of divorce a wittenUo
mutrimumii shoald not be made,
Snrmrr'a Or.cn, ) J. MAllAWEY,
Charlitld, Apr. il 'SMi. h ber I if.
Millinery I Millinery 1 1
ITAKB the plrature of informing tht public
that I shall oiler special inducements in
Millinery tioods, such ae Silks, Fet.ni, Ribbons,
Fl'.wers, Ac, Trimmed and tntrinmed Hats and
Bonnets, In the very latest stjles, Notions and
Made up Clothioff lor children. 1 kindly solicit
a share of your patronage.
MLS.i M. A. WELCH,
Market St., Clnarfleld, Pa.
Apr. 20, 1891. ly.
HOI hU AM) LOT FOR SAL l.Tbe
property ailuate In tha borough of Osceola
Mills, and known and sold aa tbe property of
I Hamilton, aad being lot Ko. OS. bounded bv
Coal street on the south, and on tbe west by Stone
street, having thereon a two-story dwelling
bouse, large shop and other buiMingr, Hlds will
be received for the asms up to the flnt MuDday of
May, at wbioh time the same will be awarded to
tbo highest and beat bidder. Preference will bt
given to cash h-ddrrs. Ko bid other than for one
half eab tnd tbt balance in ont year, will bt
recelred or eenaidered. The Coinmlasiootrs will
be at Hoyl's ho'el on Monday, May 21, lSl, at
10 o'olock A. M. to receive bi is.
Ily order of the Board.
JOHN W.HUWK, Clerk.
Clearfield, Fa , April M, 18-tI St.
COFRT PROCI, AM ATION, W nunc a,
Hon. 0. A.MAYKH, President Judge or
the Court of Common 1'Ieaa of the twenty fifth
Judicial District, composed of the counties of
Clearfield, Centre and Clinton, and Hon, A an am
Onnr.it and Hon. VinraT B. Hoi.t, 'Associate
Judges of Clearfield enuntv. have issued their
precept, to me dir-cted, for the holding nf a Court
of Common Plena, al the Court House, at Clear
fleld, in aod for the eeuntv of Clearfield, com
tnenolngon the lourtll Monday of May, 1MHI,
icing i lie uay ui lite mini til, and coo
tiautng one week.
NOTICK (a therefore hereby girej to jurors and
witnesses, in and for said county of Clearfield to
bt and appear in tbeir proper persons, at 10
o'clock A. M. of laid day, to do those things
wnicu in meir nenau pertain to ne done.
til YEN nnder my hand at Clearfield, Ibis flth
day of April, in the year of our Lord one
ihouaann eiht hundred and eightytne.
J A UK UAHAPFKY, siberir.
Gray's Speciflo Modicino.-
TRAD! MARK TrlAOI MARK
II re st English
Remedy. An an
failing cure for
torrhea, I capo
ten oy, and all.
Diseases th a t
irBTAKIiaWiow as a te-AFTER TAIINI.
Iuenoe Sell-Abuse i as lots of Memory, Universal
attitude. Pain ia tht Back, Dimness of Vision,
Premature old Age, and many other Disrates
that lead to Insanity or ConumptioB and a Pre
Full particulars In ear pamnh'et, which
we desire to send fret by mail to every one. Tbt
Specific Medicine ia sold by all druggiti at II per
pajkage, or sli packages tor i, or will be seat
fret by mail on receipt of the money, by address
ing TI1K UK AY MKDICINK CO.,
Bullalo, X. Y.
Sold In Clearfield by C. D. WaUon.
; FACTS WORTH KNOWING., i
many mhar ol ihe beat medicines known are ',
k.Wutly combined in Pakkub's t.lNf.aa Tonii ,
, to mike it the gresttnt Blood Purifier and 1
Tho Vest Health and fUreagth. tUatorer
fti perfeet Istbecotnpitinof pAmnt'ftm-
' .ia 1 onic thai nodiMiMfin lonj rnt when !
t it vwl, Il yr.uh;D)ftppeiB, Headache.
Hbewmstiam, Neuralgia, Bowel, Kidney
Liver Disorder, or il uu nxd iuiM aiimiiUnt '
r appcti(, the Tonic ta Jutl the medirtnr.
'.rynu.as it U highly curative and (ovigoraUiv
t.ul never intoxicating,
; If yon are aJowly waiting away with Con
twmption or v --it knets.il you have a Painful'
Oouyh r a bad Cold, I'AHKaa'iGiNcaa'l onii 't
will aurcly hrlp you. It eivca new life an!
'ipT to tns (reble and at;p1, and i a rrrtaim
ure for Rheumatism and Cholera Infantum. 1
It Una haied Uaadreda ef Uvea It May
. hait lours.
If yntl ate feeling mitrt)l inn't wnlt tinti!
Vou arc down SKk.liut uie the 'I tiKlC to-da) ',
, No tn.it ter what ynur disesMor aymytotns my
'jt, it will give prompt relief. '
Kememlr I rAHKiR' t-iiKRia Towir t nm',
'inim drink but the Best and Purest Family,
Madielnt ever matte, compounded by a new
rut. en, ana entirely tiiilcrent Irom UH.cr.,
ngrt rrep rai mm and all other J onics. 1 f) ,
Hill'e. nnr dtiifClit can mpnly VMI,
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM
The Beat aad lost Fconomlcal Hafrltroaalaff
txtumirly pcifumed and perfectly harmlut.
Hill Always Ueatoretirar or Faded Hair
ti it original youthfL. mlor and anpeatance, and
it v. jrrjnu-d tn stop ita tiling, auut its growth
nd prevent luldnc",
A I w p;-li. ali.irnof the Tt AI AM wt!l unfttn tSe
fn;r, clritra all djnHnift and r lira ituhinRand I it.
luubtsot ibeaclp. holJbyaUdiuggiitsatewi'joc;
April 0th, HHMy.
Tk News From .
THE! HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
als and Capjj
That Ever Came Into the
AT THEIR STORE, BOOM 0. 1
oeo, Ce 4 nm w. moorq.
Cltarttll, Fa., lent. If, ItSf tt
1lY virtue of wrlls
1 ) tuiof the Court of (
rile ef Fi. fa., Isued
Common Pitas of Clear
field ooun I v, and to tut dirtoted, there will bt
tzpostd te PI'IIMC t4AI.lt, at tbt Court Hoaaa,
tn lbs boruug b 01 uoarueiq, on
Thuradny, May 3U, Ikni,
At 1 o'clock P. M , Ibc fell owing described real
estate, tu wit i
One lot tn tht village of West Clvatnl J, Law.
rtnee lownbip, Clearfield teunty, Pa, fronting
on Hi vsr Hi reel At leet and eiteadivg back IVU
ftet to an alley, being about 1K0 feet by Ait fett
bounded by Lot No. I on tht South, aod by an
alley on the North, having theroa trt"ted a
large frame building consisllog of four separata
dwelling houses, and ulber outbuildings. Tbe
dwelling house! being roofed with tin and good
cellars uudrr earth, and known In tbe plan of said
village "s Lot N. X.
One lot la the village of West Clearfield, town
ship and county el-esaid, adjoining i be above
lot. and known In tbe plan of anid village aa lot
No. 2, fronting on Uivar Street 60 feet; tbenct
by lot No. , 1 Wis feet te Front Street, thence by
Front Street 40 feet more or less, thence by Nich
ols Street about 1 0 feet to River Street, having
thereon erected a frame shop, ont story high, In
by JO feot.
One 1(4 In sarua village, township and county,
known tn the plan of the village of West Clear
field as Lot No. 27, front i eg J0 Tatt on Merrell
Street aud attending bark lttO feet to an alley,
bounded un tbt VYesi by Weaver Street, aud on
the East by Lot No. 26.
Lot in sane village, township and oounty, and
known in the plan of laid Tillage as Lot No. 20,,
fronting 40 feet un MerreM Street, and ei I ending
back I HO fret to an alley, bounded on the W est,
by Lot No. 27, and on tbe Knst by Lot No. li.
Lot la same village, town-hip aod county, and
known in tbe plan of aaii villate as Lit No. 26,
fronting 60 feet on Merrell Street and extending
bawl. IHU feet to an alley, bounded on the West
by Lut No. 36, and oa the Katt by Lot No. 24
L'it in same villn, township and county, and
known in tbe plan of said village aa LH Mo. 24.
froutiDft fti- leet on Aferrell (Street , aod extending
bask Im leet to an alley, bouodod on tbt West
by Lot fto. I'i and oa the Kast by an alley
Lot in saute vlllare, townshin and oountT, and
known in the plan of said village as Lot N o. 2.t,
irontlng (tu feat on Merrell ntrett, and titan dm a
bark 1K0 feet to an alley, bounded on tht Weal
ty an alley and on tbe Kast by uvi ffo. Ji,
A I 60,
Let ia same village, township and oouotr. and
known in the plan of said village ai Lot No. 2't.
fronting U9 feet on Merrell Street, and encoding
back 181) feet to an alley, bounded on tbo West
y iot iNo. Ji and oa lbs Kast by Lot No. II,
Lot la satno village, township and county, and
known in the plan of said v illest ts Lot No. II.
fronting 60 feet en Merrell Street and eit ending
bark INO feet to an alley, bounded on tbe West
by Lot No. 22 and on tha East by L?t No. JO.
Lot in same village, township and county, and
known in tbe plan ol said villat-t aa Lot No. 20.
fronting 61) feet on Merrell Street and extending
back Ui) feet to no alley, bounded on the Weal
by Lot No. 21 and on iht Kast by William St.
Lot In tame village, towoibio and e9Ut.tr. and
known in the plan of sail village aa Lt No. ID,
fronting on Merrell glreet 60 leet and tvttnd'ug
back I HO feet to aa alley, bounded on tht West
hy MUltata Htrett and oa the Kast by Lot No IS.
Lot in saint village, township and county, and
known in the plan of said village as Lot No Is,
fronting 60 feet on Merrell Street and extending
back 10 feet to an alley, bounded on tht West
by I. "I Nn, 19 BDJ oa the Kast by Lot No. 17,
Lot In same village, township ami count v, and
knrwn in tbe plan of aatd village aa L tt No. 17,
fronting on Merrell Street JO feet and extending
bak 1HD fet to an a'ley, H-ModM on the West
by Let No. U and on the Kast by Lot No. 16,
Lot in same village, township and county, and
known in Ike plan of said village at Lit No. 16,
fronting 40 feet oa Merrell Street and extending
bank 160 feet to an alley, bounded oa tbe West
by Lot No. 17 and oa the East hy an alley.
Lot In lame village, township anJ county, and
known In the plan of said village aa Lot No, 1ft,
fronting bi feet on Merrell Street and exteadinir
back lO feet to an alley, bounded on tbe West I
by an alley and on tbe fct by Lot No. 14.
Lot la same village, township and county, and
known ia tbt plan of said village aa Let No. U,
fronting bi feetoa Merrell H treat and extending
oaca tew teei to an alley, bounded on tbe West
by Lot No. 16 and on the Kast by Lit Ko. U.
Lot in same vlllnge, township and county, and
known in the plan of said village aa Lot No. 18,
fronting 66 feet on Merrell Street and extending
bark ISO feet to ao alley, bonoded oa Ibt Wost
ny i,oi no. 14 aod on tht Kast by Lot No. 12.
Lot In as me village, township and county, and
known In the plan ef said village as Lot No. 12,
fronting 66 feet on Merrell Street and extending
back 180 feet to nn alley, bounded on tht Weat
oy Lot no. li and oo the Kast by Front Street.
All of tht before mentioned sixteen Lota art
bounded on tbt South by Merrell St root.
Lot in same village, towoabip and county, and
known in the plan of said village as Lot No. 46,
fronting on both Msrrell Street and the township
road, being a Lot 64 by IHO feet, bounded on tbe
North by Merrell H treat, on tht Kaat by Last
tract, on the South by township road and oa tbe
vteii ny uoi no. it.
Lot lo same village, township and County, and
known in tht p'eo et said village a Lot No. 44,
fronting on both Merrell tit reel aad tha township
road, being a Lot 6fl by 180 feet, bounded by
Merrell Street on tbe North, by Lot No. 46 on
tbt East, tht township road oa tht South and
Lot no. 41 on tbo W est.
Lot In seme village, townah ip and county, and
known W the plan ol said village as Lot No. 4:1,
fronting on both Merrell Street and the town
ship toad, being lot 6 by 160 fett bounded
on tht North by Merrell Street, oa tbt Kast by
Lot No. 44, on tbt Roath by township road and
on me nevt oy laOi ai, ex,
Lot in is tne village, township and County, and
known In Iht plan of said village at Lot No. 42,
fronting oa both Merrell Street and tht township
road, beitg a Lot 60 Ly 140 feet, bounded by
Merrell Street on tht North, Lot No. 43 on tht
Kast, tht township read on tht South, and Lat
o. 41 oa tbt tt.
Lot In same village, township and county, and
anown in mt pian or set a village as Let No. 41
fronting on both Merrell Street and tbe lawn.
ship road, bounded by Merrell Street on the
noun, Lot no. z oa tne Kast, township road oa
the South, l'ark Street on tbe Weat, being a lot
to ny iv ira1.
ah oi tne iieiruiisnt s interest In a certain tract
or piers of land attnatt lo Lawrence townahin
Clearfield eouaiy Pa, being tbt ont nndivided
ont fourth interest (subirot to widow's dnwear-t in
iba atid tract, bounded as follows i Bounded by the
turnpike road, lets of K. Newton Shaw, Samuel
tteii, Milton Aicnois, lna or the estate of Hicb
arJ Sbew,Srdeceed. Martin Nichols, deoeaaad.
and - Uulieb, tontainiog about l?eora, mora
or irsa, netng part of the estate of Jonathan
Nichols, deceased, with about 11 acres cleared
t Hereon and nnder cultivation,
One other piece or tract of land situate in
Lawrer.ee township, Clearltrld county and S ata
of Penn sylvan) a. and kuowa as "Merrell s
Tvooas, nounnea ana, aleaenbtl aa loltowa, vis:
Beginning at a post corner on the township road.
in nice bomb Heat 3ii perohea to post on lint
oi ralr tlroindft i thence South 87 1 West along
tht lint of tht Pair Grounds 2j .to parches to
a post; t henna North i Kast 28 o ld perobas tn
a pot i tbenoe Nottb 87 i East A pereb.es to a post ;
thence North tuft. Kaat IN 6-10 perch ea tn post on
township road i Thence South 06, Kast 22 perches
along township road to place of beginning, con
taining seven aorei and twenty-Ova perches.
There it erected te tht saint, large frame build
tag 60 i 70 feet, thinglt roof aad a gned floor,
with a porch all around it. There art also erected
upon it five other buildinca. Tha wood a H.
derbrusbed and cleaned off. Tbt whole bavlnr
beea arranred for the nuroosa of a nia-nln n.nH
and tht buildings art suitablt for that purpost.
One other piece of ground sltuatt In tbt village
of West Clearfield, and boand'd and described as
follows, vii: lleginning at the Kast side of the
North end of Front Street tn said village ) Ibenee
alone Front Hlt-Ml Hnntb 9 no tt u u u. .
tbenct South S7J East 147 feet to a 26 foot alleyt
thenoa North 13 K. OS feet to a poatt thence
North 62, Weat 111 feet to a post, theoet Netih
26 Kaat 100 feet to a poatt tbtnet North 07,
Vi est 07 feet to post and plate of beginning .
All Of tht iota real of tht Defendant nf In ..4
te Ibe following described Let or piece of land,
situate la the village of Weat Clearleld, Law
rence township, CtearOeld eoe.nl y, la. . Wounded
anrnsta ss to mows, vts t lleginning ata
post, corner of land ef H. Shaw. te.. i th. ......
odgt oa tha bank of tht Susquehanna River;
'un,,w "'giiue oi nnaw i land li. is Wn ii
0 10 perches to a post i thence 8. fa W. a l. in
psrohes to a post , thence 8. 06 I. 20 0-10 ptrchtt
w a post ea the bank of the Huaquebaaaa R Ivor j
Tbento down said Kivtr N. 21 K. 17 I II perches
to pivot of bagiaaing.tonUining two acres Biore
or less, txeep'iisg and reserving t of same a lot
convoyed to Franels Nicbola, aod also part of
said land ooavayod to Was. l, Bigl.r, having
laereon areeted ft largo two -alary I rata a beast
with kitchen, ttablt aad ether tulbaildiag.
Baitea taken in titration aad to be aold .a th.
property of Oscar B. Merrell,
Taaaii or Bxt.a Tha bvIm m !. .kt.t.
tht property shall be etrnek ef aiast be paid at
the tint of salt, tr snob ei her arrangements
made as will bt approved, othtrwttt tht property
will bt la. Bed lately et ap and told again at
tho expense aad risk nf tha portoa to when. It
was strath ef. and wee. la aaae af daflninn..
auak re sale, shall make gttd ibt saae, and la
ae instance) will iht Deed bt p reseated la Court
for ffMflmniioa attest tat aaoaay a artaaily
Bnaairr'a Ornea, Bharlat
Oltarttld.P ApriUMMl. J
ARNOLD HAS ADVANCED
Prices of Shingles.
SUAVED AND SAWED.
Curwensvllle, Jan. I, 'tl.tr.
jMoctanical and Agricultural Limo
of tho vory Boot Hako I
Lovr Ztatos of IFroight on
Full Car Loads.
IAND PLA8TKR. Wt ill theCayuga ground
J plaster at low prices hy tho car load. In
speaking of this celebrated plaster aa compered
with the Novasootia or white plaster, Ibt Orange
Judd Co., publisher! of tht Anaa AyrieuHttr
tl, say, '-There it no difference; the price is
tbe only eonslJeratioa." Ail dree a,
ALKXANDKH A CO.
April Atb, 181 3m. fieliefontr, Pa.
Valuable Real Estate !
I V virlut of an order of tbe Orphans' Court of
J Clearfield county, made March 2Mb. Itlttl,
tbere will be exposed to public salt, at tbe OOL'JtT
IIOISK, in CLKAKF1KLD, PA., on
Monday, May ICth, 1881,
AT I WVhOCK P. M.(
A certain tract of land, late tht property of JO
SKI'H VOTNKItS, situated la KAKTilAUS
TUWNSHU', Clearfield county, Pennsylvania,
hounded as follows i Oa the north br lan is of
0. MoCloakev.tf.uth by lands of Charles Habn
eelat and Thomas White, east by lands of Oliver
Moore aod Thomas White, and on tbe west by
Isnds of OKrtr Moure and 1. C. McClotkey, onn
teinlng 107 Acros and Allowance,
Having about 70 acrte'oleared aad undtr a good
state of cultivation, with good orehard of choice
fruit, the balance having about 10,ib0 ftet of oak
and pine timber thereon. There is also a
large two and ont half story frame house, and
barn about 40x10 fett, thereon areeted, and a
good spring of water near tbe buildings. Tht
greater part of it Is underlaid with good coal,
TERMS OK SALE.
Ont third rash on confirmation of tale, one
tbird in oca year, and out-third in two years
thereafter. Tht deferred payments to bt with
Interest, and secured bv bond and mortgage npn
Ibe premier,. W. J. 11 Or 1- EK, Trustee.
Clearfield, Pa., April 1.1, lI-6t.
Valuable Ileal Estate !
1 Y virtue of aa order of tbe Orphans' Court of
JJ Clearfield county, made March 34tb, IHSI,
tbere will bt exposed te public aale at tht CI'HT
IIOI SK, la CI.KAKKIEI.D, PA., oo
Monday, May IGth, 1881,
AT I O'd.ltt k P.
A certain tract of land, late tbt property tf
FREWKHICK KRAI LEV, deceased, situate la
CHEST T0WNfli), Clearfield oounty, Penn
sylvania, hounded aa followa, vix i Oa tht north
by lands of John M. Wettover, south by lends of
Kufus Lindsay, east by lands of Anthony Metiar
vey, and weat by lands of Henry Pcarce,
Containing 100 Acrcn,
And ALLOWANCE, moro or less, having about
60 acres cleared and under a good state of culti
vation, with good growing orchard, good boost,
large barn, and good spring of water thereon.
The remainder Is oovered with good PINK TIM-IK-:
K. Tht stmt is underlaid with DITI'MIN
TERMS OF BALE
One-third cash on confirmation of aale, one
tbird in one yeir thereafter, with interest, secured
by bond and morttfnge upon Ihe premises, and
the remaining one-third to remain in the properly
and to bt secured by recognisance, tbt Interest
thereof to he paid annual!? to Klitx Ann Frailer,
wi.low, during ber life, and at ber death the
frincipal lo bt paid to tbo heirs of said t rrderlck
railev, deceaaid. J. P. KltY, Trustee.
Westovcr, Pa., April It, ISSl-it.
IN MJVIND VofB (10OD9 FROM
Geo. Weaver &. Co.,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots? Shoes, Ilatsf Caps,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c, Ac.
BACON, HAM, SALT, OATS, CORN,
Thankful for past favors, we invite tht public
to call and set our largo and new stock of goods,
which wt will dispose of at reaaonablt rates for
sh, or oiohaogt for country product.
Polite and allenlira clerks tn wait upon ya,
and prices down low.
GEORGB WIAVRR e CO.
Clearfleld, Pa April :t,1891-tf.
It Ibe OLDKST, IlKST CONSTRUCTKD, BEST
Kyl lPl'KU, and bene. Ibe
WEST AND NORTH-WEST I
It Is tha bortest and noil ronta ketereon Chlesia
and all points la
Northern Illinois, Dakota, Wromin,, Nebraska,
Iowa, Osllforoia, Orenon, Arisona, I'lah, Col
erado. ldebo, Montana, Naeatla, and for
COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA,
SALT LAKK, SAX FRANCISCO,
Daadernod, Rloai Oil,, Cedar Haplds, Dee Moines
Celaesbna, and all peiala In tha Territories, and
the Waal. Aleo, ler Milwaukee, tireen Bay,
Oehkoeh, fheboenen, Marinette, Fond dn Lac,
Walerto.n, Houht,n, Meeneb, Menasba, 81.
Peal, Minneapolis, Ho roe, Vola, Karjo, Bit
marek, Winona, LaCraeso, Oeratonna, and all
Hate in Minnesota, tlakala, Wlseoaeia and the
At Council m.Ii Ibe Tralm of the Chleaaa A
Nertb Heilern and tan IT. f. Hailwael depart
from, arrlre al and aea the Sams joint Union
At Cblcajo, eloee connection, are made wltk
J.V. L!kt '!'" Micbl.an Cecal, Baltimore A
Oblo, 1 1. Wa;ae A Pennelranla, and COiearo A
Oraad lrnnk Hail..,,, ..1 Un K.nk.k.. and
Pan Handl. Hooteo.
Clew oonneetions marie at Junntlen Points.
IllithaUMLY LINK rnnnin,
Tullman Hotel Dining Cars
CHICAGO and COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Pt.llaa Sleepers on all Night Trelas.-;
Insist npoa Ttchtt Agtntt telling you Tick Ms
In this mad. Ltiemlae yoar Tlckeu, tad rtfuta
to buy If tbey do aot sea tTr tu chi A
Horth-Wosteri Railway. 1
' y. sT" IM "lrM,law'i.o'lal,
ia will bar f oar tieheas h tk. ..... . .:
yea will bay yoar ticket by this roata. .
VIl.t.TaiiA unMantuBt. -iww Ann
ViUL TAKE MONM OTHER.
All Tltatt A genu telt Tittttt by this Llaa.
tf w dvtrUsrmruts.
TTAii"l:n.Twe praelloal mill.,, mlli
t f a mill ellber oa Ibe snares or
hy Ibe month. I nijeratand uillina I,, uIB '
nr,... (Ian m..,,A . u. i. . i. .
lo or aildreae
A. J. HOTT8 A UK
(Hen Uoi.e. CleerA.I. l n
April I, Wl SI.
Valualsls Farm forSals !
VtTILLba oold at private si, a fitit -:u.
IT farm, situate in Jordan township, 'f,r.
field conuly, Pa., known as the WILLIAM WI,l"
lAMb farm, containing 120 acres and alio i,"
with about 74 acres cleared and under guij thi
of cultivation, having tbersoa erected
Well finished, a large bank bara and .11 .l.
necessary outbuildings. Also, a good bcana
orchard of abjul 7 trees, it. Will be sold n7
for cash, or on payments to suit purchaser. Fur
particulars, Ac, Inquire of, or add -en y
hratnor, L'learl.eld, I'a , or the underiti'd at
Ntwburg, (Kurd P. 0.) Clearfield county, pa
llurd, March .10th, IK$l-tf.
for catarrh, hay itrtt,
old in ibe bea1, kr,'
insert with tbe 6i,g,r'
particle f tha Il.lra'
mio the nostrils; Jr
' ht aoae. It will u
u,i orT f;
LJ ,,oOOl LftrKl """V". eiesniti,.
e-kCr--' J3:.M-aaed membrane.
bsorbed, e Ita n i 1
Apply a particle iniu
ELY'S CREAM BALM
IlAVlNii gained aa enviable loctl reputa l'in
diaplaeing all other preparations in tbe vicinity
of discovery, Is, on Us merits alone, recognnt.1 as
a wonderful reinely whtraver known. A w
trial will conrtnoa Ihe most skaptiiral of its cura
tive powers. It tOrotually clcanata the natal
passages of Catarrhal viros, causing healtbr sf-rrr.
tinna. allays iatlainniattn and irritation, pnittrts
tha membrane! linings of tha bead from mlditnoal
colds, completely heals the ra aod rstom tfie
sense of taste and aoicll. b?noflcial resultt tr
realised hv a few applicatluns. A thorough treat,
tnent aa directed will cure Catarrh. Aa a hog,,,
bold retnf iy lor fild in the head it Is unequal j,
1'be Balm is easy to use aod agreeable, Sj ),,'
druggisu at 60 cents. On receipt of (0 nnu
will mail a package. Kend for circular Witt fu n
KLY'8 CIlKAM BALM CO.,Owegi, K. V.
For aale by the Clearfleld Drurifis'e, and by
Hholeanle liruk'G;)! generally.
April Atb, iHKl-dui.
Opeus Monday, April 18th, 1381,
to Continue 12 Weeks.
THIS scho'tl commends Itself to put. lit) faior
for tht following reasons :
First. Boarding can bt had in g'w.J familif
from $2 to $2.50 per wee t.
t-eoond. Location is healthful and i..pIt rt
fined and eulturrd.
Third. Tbt oonrst of stady etaWlie ihe fiiat
Normal School features, and is particular?
adapted to tht wanta of those who tti-jset to tcirh.
Fourth. Tbt student have tbe ail vat tig 0f a
well eon d noted Literary Hoeiely, betore abich
will be delivered a settes of f-ee Iceturei.
Fifth Tbe work uf the aobool is slitnulalej hy
the encouragement and favor of an intelligent
Bllth. tSprt-lal altrotiorj will b giten tbe
Normal class by tht Frincipal. wbo is a gruiuiLe
of a titete Normal Sub to I, and the in strutton in
Theory of Tearfaing, tiovernment, ?., will bt
wade to accord wHb tht modern iaoai of al
vaticed educator a.
Contnoa Branches with Suhool Economy... to
Common Branches and School K'wnoT
with Algebra, Geometry, Physical Ueog
rapby, Natural I'hiloeopby, Civil Uoi-
sriituent, Latin, etc . t
Highest class jj 00
Unwer clauses 3
For farther laforuierion address,
W. A. AMHROSK, Osceola, IV,
MATT SAVAGK, CJrarflold, ?a.
Mar. B, S.i.tr,
Dry Goods, Groceries and
WOODLAND, CL'F'D CO,, Pi.
Reipectfully solicit thoir patrons
and tha pnblhj fenlralle to call and .lim
ine tbeir new stook of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Ciimtrcn,, Velveteens, Delaines,
Lawns, Ginghams, Prints, Un
bleached aud lilcached Mus.
lins, Fancy Skirts, Sheet
ings, Tickings, Carpets,
lings. Oil Cloths,
Cheviot and Percale
Shirts, Olovos, Neckwear,
-Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, etc., etc.
Groceries & Gc.iT SlorchamUse
Will bo found ol first quality, ur.i
satisfaction is guaranteed. Tho fol
lowing aro always kept on hand,
(some few only inthoir season):
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Syrups
Confectioneries, Orangos, Loraons.
Bananas, Kigs, Dates, ete., Hard
ware, tjueenswaro, Glnasware,
Tinware, Wood and Willow
ware, Paints, Oils, Clocks,
& Miners' Supplies,
ALSO, DBALKRS IN
B ALZ, U.L.TXE3 & SHINGLES.
July M, 1S80 If.
OPEH FOR ALII
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Come to Frenchville I
T HAVE jiiHt received the liii-Rect
A. stock of goods ever brought to
this section of tbe connty, which I
Will toll for Cash vr lirnrlun aa rhrsn
as thoy can be bought elsewhere. My
lock consists nf
Groceries, Boots SSliofs,
' "Nails a I5pecialty,-a
Ready Made Clolliin?.
A full stock of FISH. Suit in latigo
or small sacks, or by the barrel
stone or olav. yUKRNSWAKK. "
styles and quality. In short, 1 hrc
everything needed hy the fnrinor, U
mechanic, (he laborer, or anyboily
else, which I will soil just as cheap
tho goods can be purchased niyirhere
olse. Please call and examine
goods and prioea belors Investing
L. it. COT? D WET.
Frenchvilli, Pa., liar. 2, '81tf