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Gioboi B. Goodlandkr, Editor.
WIDNKSDAY MORNINO. MPT. 14. IMI.
Raadar, tf yow want to know what la guing oo
la tho bualnee. world, Juat mad our advertialng
aotamaa, tho .Vjaeeiai oolumo In porttoulor.
Hon. K. L. (.iambi", ono of tho As
sociate! Judges of Blair county, died
at Altoon on tbo Olh inst., ngeil M
Senatorial Confirincc Wo learn
that tho Sona'.orial Conferonco moots
at Bellcfonto on Thursday next for
tho purposo of electing a Senatorial
delegate to the next Stato Convention,
A. W. Walters, Hiram Woodward and
V. 8. Luther, aro our conferees.
(.'all fob Tiiim. Tbo tickets and
nocesoary blanks used in holding the
Dcmocrnlio Primary election aro all
printed and are in the hands of tho
Chairman of tho County Committee
Candidates and Committeemen had
hotter call for them when in town.
Wo have printed 12,000 tickets for
Another Mis-shot. A Washington
jailor had another shot at Guileau, tho
assassin, tho other day. Tbo stal
warts are alter his scalp for runimk
ing, when he shot President (iatficlri,
"now Arthur will bo President." Our
readers need not ho surprised when
they learn thntC'uitcau is awmxriinuted
before tbo President dies.
A Radical Black Eve. General
Bailey, tho Radical noininco for State
Treasurer, is a "stalwart." lie bo
longed to tho 30ii who stuck to Grant
at Chicago. Ho is Cameron's man.
How ro you "Half breeds" and Inde
pendents? Ao political faction was
ever so badly scalped as tho Grow
Davie fellow who ontorod tho late
Radical Stnto Convention. Tho wolf
ging really lost their hair as absolute
ly as though Captain Jack had scalp
The Ditt'EUENi i. Tbo liadical or
gans over in Indiana, Blair, etc., nro
not falling in with their brethren and
thd independent journalists in this
county wituout circulation, in propos
ing to An tho county priming for noth
ing, A bark of that kind should orig
inato in tho counties ulwvo mentioned,
if tho motive is prompted by a saving
ol taxes and covered by patriotism.
Wo will wait and seo if these loyal
counties will full into line.
The President. Ho was removed
to tho seashore at Long Branch, New
Jersey, a week ago, and wo gather
from tho reports his attending physi
cians send out that thero is no bopo of
his recovery. Wo hope wo aro mis.
taken. PrcsidentGarfield's endurance
and tuflerliigs aro wonderful. Assas
sination, in a Republic, in a timo of
profound peace and prosperity, is an
awful occurienco to contcmplutc, but
wo must credit stubborn facts as they
It loom! n litllo north to fay it, bat It li o
ten evident Irotr, Ihot aotDiog etnr awcrrea ttio
llemoeratlo port from its purpoeo lo ateal eerrt
officer which appear, to be within ita reach.
Oo flow, neighbor. There It one office Ihe
Drmnoratio pert? never stole. It never nolo the
'reetilenoj. The only party tbet ever eiiated In
ihe 1'nlted States tbtt oen truthfully be charged
wun tool .aortooua crime ta Ibe Kepublloon parly,
i'uur memory if abort. Voo aeem to have for-
gnttea ono K. B. llejee and the bideoue fraud of
etl.o. ttellrumto Ptmocrat.
Tho "go slow," was a wholesomo
remark, and should be utilized by sucb
a gentleman as tho editor of the Re.,
publican assumes to bo, but your clos
ing paragraph is so full ol historical
meat and sarcasm, that it's enough to
cuokeanybody but a Plymouth Rocker.
ilollEUN I'UILANTIIUOl'V. UoW is it
that Mrs. Lincoln is allowed to live
obscurity, and almost in poverty, while
over 1150,000 have bcon raised for Mrs.
Garfield. The reason is obvious. Mr.
JLincoln Is uoad, and Air. Guiheld a
living President, with a prospect of
having favors to bestow. This may
not apply to all tho subscribers. But
the Fields, Goulds, and other million
aires who aro coining money by moans
of corporations, desire to bo let alono
by the Government authorities, and
hence their motive are questionable.
If Garfield recovers, it would bo proper
to refuso this gift Irom tho Greeks.
Kbarlt Total Depravity. Tho
caso of George Hoover, the lad of 13,
who shot and killed bis sister Lottie,
in May last, wo tried at Sunbury on
the 10th inst., lbs trial only occupy
ing a few hours, as the two most Im
portant witnesses, tho boy's mother
and sister, refused lo testily and left
the city. The Commonwealth did not
push the rase nnd tho jury acquitted
the boy of murder but convicted him
of manslaughter. His sentence was
deferred. The counsol for tho defense
gave notice to the Court that they had
some evidence which they wished to
present to him to mitignto the boy's
A Editorial Farmer. Hereafter
we shall alludo to the editor Mr.
Ilensal of tho Lancaster Intelligencer,
as a ttpi ot a man who is fully quali
fied to run a farm, Grango or a news
paper. The editor of the Chambers
burg Spirit, In alluding to Mr. Hensnl's
recent agricultural speech, (which we
propose to publish for the benefit of
farmers), remarks: "If all tbo editors
of this Valley turn farmers, Mr. W. U.
Honsal, of the Lancaster Intelligencer,
will be balf responsible. At the G rang
er' picnic last Thursday be portrayed
in such an intelligent and eloquent
way tbo bcautice of agriculture that
almost everybody within bearing con
cluded to do something or other in the
way of work within the next year or
two. Mr. Ilensel'i address certainly
vaa an appropriate ono and gave at
much information to bis hearers as It'
did satisfaction to hit editorial brotb.Mtcd,at tho rate of fifty miles an honr,
' I from D. C. to New Jersey.
rlOVIVKXri AX ft THE UK
The Cbimgo Timet, which bus a
habit of "slaKliing around loose" in pol
itics, gels off thi palpable bit: "A
year ao, not only wero all tho Indus
tries active oh now, but tho crops were
abundant. For this fortunuti) condi
tion of o flails tho Bcpiiblicnii pari)
claimed all the credit. In tain ni It
said that a gracious Providence bail so
ordered it Unit tbo crop was lurge.
Tho statement was repelled at rank
blasphemy against the omnipotence ol
tho Republican party. John .Sherman
was quite sure it was all bis doings.
In Ohio especially was tho claim put
forth that all tho fortunato conditions
were duo to tho reign of the Ohio men,
and every slumpin Buckeyedoin sound
ed tho praises of tho gracious gods
ol prosperity. This year tbo scone
changes. There is Milha campaign in
Ohio, for, no mutter what betide, they
will ballot-box in Ohio. A widespread,
long-continued, field destroying drouth
has spread over tho land, and the har
vester is in despair. So is Mr. Charles
Foster, candidato for Governor. He
had taught tbo simple ljuckeye that,
so long as ho pinned his faith on the
Republican party, prospcrty would bo
his portion ; lor the crops wero con
trolled by the administration, which
was Republican, and would sco that
the faithful suffered no detriment in
their fortunes. Ho hustens now to
throw tho blame of tho exceptionably
dry season upon Providence, but the
discontented farmer bids him go to tho
devil with his blowings hot and his
blowings cold, and threatens to do-
mand a change. Surely, it's a
rule that won't woik both ways.'
TIME IV R TiH VOLT.
Tbo patient Republicans of Penn
sylvania bare onto more got into a
disgruntled liumo of mind, and dire
threats are flying around ol the great
things that will be done if Mr. Camer
on and his sub bosses persist in their
intention of running tho State Conven
tion as an out and out Stulwart con
cern. These discontented Republicans
believe that they can humble the lead
ers hero the sumo way that Conkling
was humbled in iiow York.
Why is it that tho masses of the
Republican party in Pennsylvania do
not shuko off this imperious and gull
ing domination ? They could not ask
for a better time and a belter opportu
nity than they now have.
The oflleo of Stato Treasurer is of
minor importunco. No genorul eleo
lion no pi inciplea of national policy
aro at slake. No one can honestly
plead for harmony or concession on the
ground that the result hero will affect
tho party elsewhere. The fight ouuht
to resolve Itse'f into a contest solely
for thoconlrol of tlio party machinery.
Do not Messrs. Wolfe or Grow or
Barker or Wisier consider tliemselves
as lit to lead their party us Cameron
and (Judy and Cessna and KvcreU ? Is
it not timo that they, after having for
so many years obeyed orders, should
now givo orders? Tho overthrow, or
even tho crippling, ol Cumoron would
inspire independent Keptiblicaiiscvory
wbero, anil honest Democrats also,
with new fuith in the capacity of tho
peoplo for honest government, and in
their ability to cope with tho mightiest
Now is tho time for a determined
revolt, when no legitimate party inter
est will be jeopardized. Do not postpone
it until next year for then tho Camer
ons will easily frighten tho timid and
tho doubting. Philadelphia Chronicle.
Boldly Stated. 1 1 is seldom that a
Radical organ tells tho truth about
Washington life, as cultivated by the
"grand moral idea" vendors belonging
to the Federal Administration, Tbo
tremendous defalcation of Captain
Ilowgato of a theft of (,:iftO,000,
however, has called out the editor of
"tho oldest journal" to speak as follows
in regard to tho say matters are car
ried on at Washington : "The disap
pearance, of Captain Ilowgato with his
frail femulo companion appropriately
ends tho first chapter of an outrageous
romanco of official life at Washington.
Tho present indications aro that a
couple ol hundred thousand dollars will
not much uioro than cover his thefts,
and this money, or a largo portion of
it, has been wasted in profligacy under
tho oyes of thoso whoso duty it was
not only to look into official facts and
figures, but to keep some slight super
vision over the private conduct of offi
cials entrusted with tho disbursement
of public funds. It would scoin as If
thut exponsivo department, tho Secret
Sorrico Bureau, could bo put to bo mo
better purposo than mcroly running to
earth a few impecunious rascals who
exist by peddling counterfeit ooim."
Classical, But it Don't Fit. "Rich
ard is himself ogain," is tho expression
Garfield is represented as making use
of alter sojourning soroml days at
Long Branch on arousing from a long
sloop. The Timet calls attention to
tho singular fast that tho Shakespear
ean quotations thoughtlessly made use
of for Garfield's glory have not been of
good augury. When bo was nomi
nated, Lawronco Barrett telegraphed
tho greeting of tho witch : "Hail I
Glamis thou art and Cawdor shalt bo."
Now, no sooner was bo Cawdor than
bis misfortunes enmo to Macbeth. In
tbo same way-whon Richard rousing
Irom bis dismal dream Uiuk a breath of
fresh air, he declared "himself again,"
but in a few hours tho blade of Rich
mond had pierced him in bis heart.
Tin "Stalwart" Slate. A Now
York dispatch to tho Washington rott
says that speculation is rile over tho
composition of Arthur s Cabinet if call-
od to tho Presidency. Friends of Mr.
Arthur giv the following as his slate:
Hamilton Fish, Secretary of Stato ;
Emory Storrs or Alonno TalX, A ttorney
General ; M. H. Quay, Secretary of In
terior; Lincoln and Hunt remain. The
Postmaster Generalship is to be chang
ed if Fish, of Now York, accepts the
portfolio of State.
True Bills. The Grand Jury at
Uniontown, Fayotto county, on Friday
last found true bills against the (oven
Mollio llaguires charged with the
murdor of Maurice Ilealy on tho 2Gih
ol June last.' The principals In tho
murdor are alleged to have been John
Kar.e, who was commitud without
bail, Patrick Dolan, Michael Dolan nnd
James McFarland, whilo three others
wore accessories. It is not yet de
termined when the trial will take place.
Yankee Kntibi'isi. Lat week
the scat of the Federal Government
was transferred front Washington, D.
C, to Long Branch President Gar-
field, farntlv and (Tallinn!. WAVi Irana.
UPWARDS OF FIVE HUNDRED
WHOLE VII.LAOIS WIPED OttT TIIOIN
SANDS Of PERSONS 11 Oil EI.ESS UKEAT
surrssiNu bv Tin inhabitants
APPEAL TO TUB NATION Ton AID
Recent despatches noted iho terri
bio desl ruction ol lorest fires in Michi
gan. They have been beyond prece
dent, and whole communities have
been rendered houseless, homeless und
destitute, while the loss of life isnipull
ing.. A despuinh Irom Hand Beach
sluies thut thu towns ol Bad Ax, Ver
ona, Port Hopo and Huron City aro
ull burned. Kight dead bodies wero
brought into Port Hopo. At least ono
hundred lives havo beon lost in this
county. R. J, Mcndo and bis whole
family, living four miles wost ot Sand
Hcuch, were burned. Ono family was
found in a well, sale, but all their goods,
houses and barns wero burned.
Reports from what is known as iho
Krskino estate, about eight miles west
of hero and running south through the
township of Paris, aro heartrending.
Dead bodies aro lying all along tho
road and in tbo dooryaids, having ap
parently boon overtaken by tbo fire.
Port Hope was entirely consumed.
Huron City was entirely destroyed.
Tho depot und Ward's elevator, four
teen miles south of here, were burned.
There has been no railroad, mail or
telegraphic communication lor several
ESTIMATE or TUK DEVASTATION.
Tbo best estimates that can be made
placo tho number of fnmilies that are
entirely burned out and destitute of
food und clothing at fire hundred.
Tho fire along tho Si. Louis railroud
has evidently dona its worst, and is
working its way back into tho coun
In Saginaw and Knoxvillo town
ships the fires are still running and do
ing great damage. Several farmers
aro reported to bnvo lost their ontire
crops, and many miles of fences nro
totally destroyed ontte Flint and Pcro
Jltirquotto Railroad. 1' ires aro renort
ed as having started on the Western
division ncur Coleman, Amber, Custer
und some other points. Tho tiros arc
running through Maplo Grovo town
ship, and doing great damage. Tho
fires cast of this city aro very bad, and
iuo uesiruction lias been great, partic
ularly along tho plank road between
that city und Vassar and on the Wut
sonvillo plunk road, a portion of which
has been destroyed. Probably thirty
families havo been burned out iu Bucnu
ista township end Plumfield town
ship, in this county, and thirty miles
oi lencts Davo ocen burned up.
E uui t jiii.es or FIRE.
A reporter who camo in from Cars
City, 1 uscola county, reports tho coun
try east for eight miles swept by firo.
Din oniy ono uuutiinc is stanuini'. A
number of houses in tho southern pait
oi tno vinago wero burned, but the
business portion is all right. A special
messenger also arrived from Cass City,
slating that fires aro raging for ten
miles cast of thero, and iirarlr cverv
scaler is homeless, and asking lor
cooked provisions for distribution. Ono
report says that Iho scene at 9 o clock
P. M. was heartrending. Fighteen
persons saved themselves by stuying
in tbo well at Bates' mill, whilo nil the
dwellings wero burned. At Cramp
ton's Switch, three miles south of here,
mills, lumber and Iioufos are burned
In ono township in Huron county
sovontoen persons perished.
A despatch from Port Sanilao says :
It iagtated by good authority that ono
hundred or more persons perished in
tho flames in tho vicinity of Port Hopo.
Huron City, Verona Mills, Charleston
and Bad Ax are all lying in ashes.
Itichmondville, seven miles north ol
this place, was all swept away. In
Forrestorlown two bodies wero idonti
tied as those of Abel Thornton and
wife. Christ. Thornton, John Mahall,
Sarah Varkoy and a boy, name un
known, wore burned to death, and
several more are reported as lost. It
is estimated that 1,000 families are
made homeless, with nothing but what
they havo on their backs.
A dispatch from Mindon says: Tho
villages of Cbarlcstown and Tyre aro
totally destroyed. L'blv, Huron coun
ty, is partially destroyed". Tho remains
of Henry Colo have been found in
Charlestown. A family of soven, resi
dents noar by, named Riilemun, were
found dead in a well, suffocated. A
family pamcd Susula, Paris township,
Huron county, wore burnoil to death.
Arnold Ladyr pas ulo found dead. It
is thought that not less than thirty,
perhaps fifty persons, havo porished.
Tho townships of Delaware and Aus
tin, Sanilao county, and Bingham,
Sherman and Paris, Huron county, are
almost burned a desert. Tho crops
woro harvested and nearly all huvo
beon consumed. Communication is cut
off. Tbo railroad track and telegraph
poles nro burned. This despatch was
carried eighteen miles to a telegraph
station. The smoke is stifling und
many are nearly blind. There are no
signs of rain. Other towns may bo
destroyed soon. Tho total loss of
proporty Is no less than 1200,000. with
very litllo insurance, and few are ablo
to boar tbo loss. Aid is needed. Help
must come irom ntbor cities, or many
will perish. In Boavor township, Buy
county.overything is reported as being
from Lexington, Sajuluo county,
tbo following additional casualties are
reported iu Moore township: Mrs.
Strong and two children, Humphrey
the slago driver, Mrs. Frank Dennis-
ton, child and sister, Paul Wetted, wife
nd five children, and George Kratcb,
who went tQ their rescue Twenty
persons reported burned to dealb ip
Custer township. In Bingham town
ship, Thomas Barnes, wife, sister,
mother and two children. In Austin
township, an old man named Payne,
Michael Welch, wifo and two children.
Nearly evory farmer in that township
baa lost either bis house, barn, crops,
or all of thero- Tho loss of life and
proporty is Immense. Dead bodies are
being brought lo from all directions.
It is estimulod that flvo hundred hu
man beings havo perished and five
thousand pcoplo aro homeless and in
immediate want of assistance.
A later despatch slates that the fires
hnve been partially checked by a fall
A Sam Pi.e JIkipui Man An ex
ijlmngo nuys : "IMrScliiiylorColfm lian
i.t!nonnoc(J Giijtoau. which leads tho
Now York Sun to lem&rlf that Mr.
Colfax in a very brave man." Yes, but
il'an bonont man roads tho Congres
sional report of tho Poland Committee,
he must conclude that tho aforesaid
Collai is a coneumale liar and cheap
Suoandrvl. And, yet, be has tbo im
pudence to tramp around over tbo
country and deliver loclurcs on the
Ten Commandments to Bundtiy lohoo
children. Ills the same kind ot a trick
tbo devil played off on our Savior when
ho offered to sell him the whole world
and did not own a foot of It.
Gather, Na KAsjvKtvTU As tho
Springfield Republican justly ron;aris,
Hill Chandler has found a shred of tho
Moody shirt to wavo, but ho bad to go
back I'huj years to find ft. He takus
up the Cbisbolm murder p exploit,
forgetting that since then Quiteau
plied his pistol and that Jossie Cramer's
murder la yt a mystery.
DEM OCR A TIC TRIM A R V
In obedieiicu to tho rules nvtmiinir
tho DenuRTutic puny of CiVuiliclU
county tit tho lVimury Kltution, the
County CommiUco hereby iven ruitico
that the election for ilfiViUen, und for
tho iiiMtruetion ol sucb deleutcH, an lo
candidutes for the Heverul otttccH to be
tilled at tbo appronchiit N.-v-hhIrt
election, will bo held ut the KUction
Uouho in the Htv trul ir"iijjiiH nnd
lownniipH in h:.il eoiintv, on SATUR
DAY, TUK SKV KNTKKNTII DAY
OF SKl'TKMB Kit, A. I). 1881, beWin
nine at 1 o lock l .l und contimiu
open until 7 o'chx k I1. M. of said day
Tho election will be held by tbo Yiiii
lance Committee, wbouro tbo Election
Hoard, under our rules, and are con
dtitutcd aa tUlowe :
TlaiLiMCl COM urn IE FOH f8l.
B'trnold b.iroufh Mtit. Ir?ln, Pavtd Mthr
ft j, Willnin Metier, lianiil lloorrr. J II. Ilmd.
Ulrfltld bornunb Jubn Hull, ban, W. O Csr
CarJun, Uenr Wu?r, J. F. I'onrM. W. A. lUrr,
CurwctiRvlllo hnrouftb Jvho H. Kvrrii, Apnr
til on in, llenr Krua Jauut Uelntira), W. U.
UaUoki tvirouffb . J. Mead, MIotiMl Rim
utina, J. A. T f r.j, Alfred Hairio, Joa. P. Taylor.
Mir ii linn borough 0. J. Ken fry, Abraham
(Ireen, H. A. Wright, Oeorpa W. D-Uj, John
HuulsdaU bom a (b Patrick BMolda, H. H,
llr(tan, T. J. Frlta, Ueurg II. Wot. din, J. 11
Lumbar City borough Tiau liulnar, J. D.
Htiburo, J. J. flltrling, Jauea L. Curry, lira)
Newbgrg borough -Jib w. Toirr. John Rcd-
drn, John U.Millar, R. Hildebrand. Uuod Wurrall.
iSew Washington borough W ill. am Mabaflcijr,
S. T. Miiehrli, Ucorga Ui relay, Adam Urttb,
Dr. Aih D. Uannal.
Oftoeola bornoKh J. H. II. Wilier. Jubn n.
McPadden, tarry Parka, Georga K Jona, J. W,
WalUcatMi borough M D. Rvi'ly, John Weit
brook, Frabk UiM", Uat.rga tinigh, Frrd Camp
ltoooarta towDthlp John B. DUlsjn, Herman
Frlck. A. J. Fry, Fred Khoff, W. J. MnOoy.
I!-1 1 township Jamri W. McOea, Frank Ma
hifiVy, John M. Koia, Jamri Campbell, ChrUt.
bloom townahip Sidnry Smith. II. O. Andar
on, CuWin Uilgsr, John F. titull, Frank
Huggp (ownibip 0 O. Warrlit, Win. Patera.
UtorgH M. IS meal, loaao lleinh, Tbotnaa Brrrfl.
liradfurd Lowniliip Ell Stmlt, rMward I.ila,
John 11. Ilvarhari, . P. H Hum, Chti. Itedilar.
Um.ty townthipJ. W. Corp, p. N. Ootid,
lamler, J. II. Kirk, It. M Hrykr, Jama l.infi.
Ilurnnide townabip Jno. (li.rnan.Wilion Kirtf,
Michael Yiogling. Uideon Ntff, 'tar Berk.
Cbrat tonhip I.awrfDfle Ki'liao, Jacob A.
Brtlh, O. H MoCully, Jubn Coonally, Olivtr
CoTlngton tonhlp L. L- Flood. K. Mignot,
Frank Uigty, Howland Kaoni-dy, Potar Uarneir.
Ufcatur toworhip Adam Kepbart, Jela (Juii,
David llugtiaa, HniDuel McLarn-n, Win. Hearoa.
Pergnron towrstiip Oaorga Mlahaala, Joieph
Moore, C. T, Mraw, A. Yonng, Warren Bell.
Uirard tonhip-W.K, Uiililand.F. A.Mignvt,
Jutrph Maral, ii. Vt. Kttaver, Jmea Ktewart.
Uihen townihtp W. M. Wilnon, Thompaon
Rod, H. U. bliaw, Jnniaa JC. Uraham, Robert K.
Uraham townahip John W Turner, A. C.
Dale, Iaj Hotbruck, Jacb Ktoebart, Jarry
Ureenwood towntMp Jamri Cleiry, Chaa. A.
Thorp, Mauhew Jobuiton, A. 11 Newaomer,
J. A. Ho win.
Oullch town-hip D. C. Flynn, W. II. CtMiriy,
J. K. 11: II. Hummel, W. D. Darid.
Ilualun township II. U Horning, Oeorga W.
Weaver. Thnmai U. Daoy, W. I). Woodward,
J. A. Motillhr, jr.
Jordan lowi hipJ. W. J hrt'oo, Jaa. Modra
ban. Dr. A. B. Crewtll, JWjchl lmitb, Jfbn
Kartbaui townfhln Martin K.ino. R. J. Oil.
lihnd, 1. C. MtC:.ttkcy, D, U. Maioei, Uaorge
Knot towaihip-r-Knui Btoom. Iiaaa Maya,
L C. Hobim, II. J hU,rvj, II. F R.wiM.
Lawrrnre townhip A. M. Ulocm, Jobs W.
Howe, Aaron U. Kramer, U. V. Ok Jen, John A.
Mr II nd.
Mnrrio townabip Peter Mojer. A. C. Pointer,
B. F. W.thflin. Jamra ThoinpaoB, Jamea t'oor
Penn lowmhip D T- rjhurp. M m. Freeman,
Wrn M. Iliiwln, Martin M Hjnu. John Penit.
Pike townnhip Kamuel Mimre, W. A Porlar,
Jamra C. Bloom, Jubn Uner(y, tin mud Mdhun'
Handy township Atnne Kline, tiimuet P.uila
Oiwaile, John Fot, Andrew LlMk, Iaae Ztrt
I nlon tow nab ip Win. Welly, I,, R. Dremlar,
FeHiaand rjlar, I, K. Qilnrlt, R II. l,.l...flB
Woodward lunnehin 0. H. King, Jhn limun
dlogar, Uaorge W. Limborn, Jaui I'tmpbi'll,
Haiuual T. HcnderaoB. .
Kvery lUenioerittio elector hatt the
right, under otir rulen, to Vote for
Two panopf for AateU'e Juilgr,
One parson fur Treauraf,
Two pcrions fur Coinmlisiunar,
Two persons ttr Auditor.
Oat person for County Coroner.
And for the proper number of dele
gatcR aaninou under rule 2d, to each
election diMiriet, no( less than two in
In the lormation of now townnhtim
or uorouija between cuUetnatorial
elections, tbo County Comniitloe bau
no power under tlio rules to atwign
more than two deleuuLea to the new
districts until after the next Uovern
or'e election, when the rote cant hall
settle tbo question.
1 bo delegates will meet in the Court
room in Clearfield, on rUKSDAY,
ciwely ono o'clock I. M., and there and
then pioceed to nominnto candidates
for tbo several offices above named, and
to select threo Senatorial Conferees to
meet liko Conferees from tho counties
ot Centre and Clinton, for tho purpoHO
ot Bclpetina a fcienatoriiil delejato to
tbo Stato Convention, and ono peraon
as Heprettentutive delegtto to the same
Convention, and also to elect a Chair
man and appoint a standing Com mil
loo for 1882, as well an any other
matters pertaining to our parly inter-
It is tbo desire of tho County Com
mittee thut tho members of tho Vig
ilance Committee, or Klcetion Hoards,
beat tho flection Home at the timo
appointed, and ho prompt in tho ilis
ubargo of tho duties enjoined upon
Blank forma will be forwarded for
tho qualification of those holding tho;
election ip accordunco with tho recent
Acts of Assembly, ap'trovoikthe ih
day ot June and tho VMh day ot Juno
A. 1). 1881, (Seo Pamphlet Lawa of,
mo current year, page 70 and V2H)t to
gother with other blanks and tickets
It will bo further observer) that by the
8ocond section cf the lailer Act. elec
tion ofllcora or voters violating any of
tho rules of tho l)emocralio party of
. ... .. . ' a.
vitoniuiu l'uuiiiv, nru Biinjuci o a uno
Tho Chairman of each Vigitanco
Committeo has already been furnished
with a copy of tho Acts indicated, an
well oa instructions how to proceed i.,
J. P. BurtrnFiF.i.o,
W. B. Wallacr. Secretary.
Clearfield, Pa., Aug. 30tb( 1881.
niMOCRATIO I'll ART II.ECTIOft BULKS
or CI.BARFIEI.D rot'NTT 1881.
1. Tht organisation af tba Oonnty Cotnotiiaa
nan oa nnu ratoam as now ootMltntatl that Is
one member for every borough and township und
a Chsirman, whlrth Uommlttea shall be Mlro'ed !
annually by Ihe delegates. and their (arm of offiao
hall begin at January following their elaetiou
OF TUB Ml. BOATS I ABB OORTBBTIOM.
t. Tbe number of delegates to whlah aaob dla
trtct Is entitled Is baaed upon tha following rule,
thut is to say i Each election distriot la tb. coun
ty polling on. hundred f)mofrati rotas or loss,
ahall be entitled to two delegates abeolurety, and
(or naoh additional one hundred llemoeratle votes,
or fraetion greater than one half thereof, polled
in aald dltlriflt at tb. last preoeding Governor's
eletin, aa additional d.Ugaie, and tjn4s til
rule th. following allotment of delegates U uuk
made for Ulf
Humslda borough I OovlogtoB J
Clearfield 1 Oeoatur t
1 Fe'guaoB H 1
I (tirard I
S Oraham I
I Oosheu $
i ilraenwood S
t Jordan f
I Kartbui.,Mf ...,.,t t
Deeraria township.,,., t Kooi
Hloom I Morris....
llogu. S Penu
Mr afford I Ftko ,
Hrady 4 Sandy
Burnside I t'nton
Cbait. S Wuodward
't-l MM.r..;.:... M
ILBITIOB ADD Pt'Tj BB or I BAfBUA.
S. The drlegata tlentloBs and OouBlr Conrauj-
llou shall ba governed and eondaelod itrirtlr la
accordant with tbo fol 'owing rulaa, and tha
Chairman of tho County Commute shall be
annually elected by tbo Cooaty Convention and
avail ha fJ fteim tht Frestdeat tf til County
rigs ng tLgryiOB,
4. Tat otwwtleBj tor dalagatae la repreaeat the
dlr.ot dl.lrlol. Inlh. annual baDKralle Cou..
' 'I ''""""I"" "hall be hold at Ilia aaual placo of
ttildioa tho ecreral elcalluna fur aa.h .ILirloi.
tin tiwk, I, w.. of moi. tUy.
I. Tl.a said dslt ata elsetloua shall ba bald by
in floei.ua bord, io emaisl nf tlia nitunbaraor
tha County Count, .teg for su'k di.lriot, and two
olhar It mi.t ratio tutors tbaraof, who shall b
fpointrd or designated by tha County Com
railU. ow to riLL VacARi in.
In pbs ant or tl.a (.arsons eo aontiitatltif th
h.mrd sh.iil be altat lrm tba paoa ut bold in
Iba tlao'ion f- r a qnirter of an bour altar the
-i i i vy " ui r irn, ir nyruing at ine
tua, bis or lhair pioa or (plncfs, shall b 0 lo-t ;
by an elacli-n to b o m-iuclaJ aoiVa lit thai
Dciuoeralie voters prraent tat iba tuna.
A. Every quahllcd voter of the distrVt. wt.n t
iho last iftivral elotioa Tot.l the Detooeratio
ucitfi, six u t nnlitled to volvnt tbedtkgate
H(ihb or votimj.
7. Tho roilrg m lt datricste rlsalions shall ba
by ballot t npon bl4 ballnta shall ba written
or printed toe nama ur names of the delegate or
ui-u-Mi's voiea tur.tqftetlier with nny tbstrue
tious which tb Totar may disira loiv tba dt-le-Itaife
or dub (ales. Kai-h Fallot to ba received
fioin tba person voting tba tuiue by a mtmUr of
the election board, and by htm daposited iu
hoi or other reot piaoln prepared for mat purpose ,
to which bug ur oilier rvotjj.Uola ou person but
tha members of the eleviiun board sh til bitia
tr ixtrnt ctioxa.
I. No lnlrat,ois shall be rweivad or renog
nisrd unless tha same be voted upon tba ball .1
providea by Uula hevtnlb, Bur sbnll sut'h in
structlnns, if voted upon iba ball .1, ba htndlog
upon Ibe delerfato, unlea s one- half ..r mora of the
ballots shall eontain4wuiructiona eonetroin the
same offi W henever balf oa more of the bal
lots shall cental. instructions eoni-crnlog any
offlcf, the delegates elected at soon (lection shall
be held to be i urn rue ted lo support tbo nandidaia
having ihe highest number of vole fur sucb
That when a eandidate having received tba
highest number of vutea in a tlistrlet is stricken
frumtba roll in nooordanoa with Kale Thirteenth,
it baooines tha duty of lb delegates in said dis
trict to east their votes tor the candidate baviog
reoeirod tba neat highest number of votes in
said diatriat) VotruiVrf, that such eandidtta -ball
have received one fourth th no win of fot.s
pulled fur tbe oandi Jates.
OORIHIUTIMS 1UI ILIOtlOR, RETIlRMt SS0 BLAKK I.
9. Kacb e'actton botrd shall keep an aeurat
list of tbe names of all pernios voting at such
elections i wbiuh list of voters togother wtih a.
full and emnpleta return of suob election eon
ttialrtg an aoeurau statrmeot of tbe peisana
alat trd dtlegataa and all instructions voted, ebailt
b certified by satd board to the County Conven
tion, upon printed Daubs to be luruislied by tU
County Cotuinitlae. i
cuRTsa-mo skit or rjiLtutTi, ruit'D, ire.
10 Wbennrer from any district, qaall1ed Iem- !
ecralic voters, in numbers cqutl lo lira tunes iba
drbgatea which sucb distnot ba in tbe Couoiy
Coovenlion, shall aoniplain In writing of an u;t
due aleotteo of lalse relum of delegates or or In
ructions, in wiiiub to tup In iot Ihe alleged farts ,
shall be lucoially fctfWtb. ail Van 2 o I br t,e i
affidavit of una or mora persooi, rtiob oi.ntpUiiit
shall bare the right to oontrat I lie seat of such
delegates or their validity of such ionrusU ni.
A CilttHITVKI or riVM.
Punli etimpUiitt shsll ba heard by a Corniuittoo
of Ive dthgatcsto le appulnlrd by tha President
uf tha Convention, which said Cotuintltee shall
proeead Co bear tha parties, their proofs and
allegations, and a !. a my be rup'r(e to
tbe Convention wbsl delegates i.re entitled ly
seats therein, and abut instructions are binding
upon surb delrgates. W herui0D the Convention
shall prooved immediately, upun the oall of the
yeaa and nays, to adopt or reject lha report of
me Dooioenng pariiaa. in wo ion eall of tna yeas
and naya the names of tba delegates whose seats
are eoniested or whose Inslruotiina are diiou'cd.
shall be omitted.
ivatirirATioii or iiblio itkr iubstiti'tfi.
11. All delegates must reside In (be distriot
they repreien). In c of ahtenea or inability
to attend, substitutlurs u ij be made from oiil
sens of the dulrict.
mrarohir iaTBrcriof , or bs bx pbllbd.
12. DvK'irates must obe Instructions iei
lliern by their respeciire di-tricta, and If vtuUted
it shall te thn dni ol the Preddent ut the Con
ication to out tile vole o' s-ieh delegtte or dele
gate! in ae ordunre with the ii:struc(iina and
ihe delegiie or delegde so off O'liog ibail he
loithtrltb i-ipelled fruio tha Copvrnn.ia, and
shall nt ha eligible to any otfirjn or place of truit
in the party for a prrl"d nf two years.
A II A JO KIT r Or A 1,1. BKCKhBART To tf-mBATB.
IX. In Convention a wsjority of all Ibe dele
gates stiall ba necsptary to a nomination j and
no person's name stutl be aio'u le l fr m the lit
or canddatei until after tha SIXTH ball.-t or
oto, nhm the person rveaiving the least number
af lulis hhall be omitted and struck frm tbe roil,
an1 io on at esr-h Purfesnita vote uolll a nomina
tion Is uiadn, I'rotiiJtd, Uat if there shall ba a
for any ollite, during Ilia balloting ol the du-e'
gates, ibrn iu lliat rase Iba candidal bavin re
e ltl (he Inwast popular Tote shall be dropped,
and tha ly I iot ing proceed.
PBJI.l LT1 f3tt COMIHTTIBQ PRAlBa ANbBniBKRr
It. If any pot sun who If a candidal, for any
nomination but ore the County Convention, shall
be proven to have til. fed er paid any money, or
other valuahlo thing, or made any promise Ur a
ixiutdcratioB or reward to any person for hie
voia or inouenee, io moo re iba uelrij(ala from any
district, or shall have ufloied or paid any m..o7
or valuable llnng, or promised any maideration
er reward, to ant dHttfale for hia vot-, or to any
otoer peraon witq a view ol tmluig.ug or aecur
ing the votes of daleirat". or if tba same shall
be done by any ether person with tha kmiwla iga
and consent of surb candidate, the nama of surb
candidal shall ba Immediately strict .b from iba
list of candidates, or if sui-h ftot be ascertained
afler his Domination teany ottict. and be I ore tha
noal adjournmtnt.the name of the nominee shall
be struck from tbe ticket and the vaeanay sup.
plied by a new nomination, and Iu either cana
sucb person ball ba inslicible to unv nomination
by u tjonvantioo, or to an election aa a delegate
thereafter. And in ease it shall la alleged attar
ma adjournment or tna Convention that any can
didate put in nomination has bean guilty of such
acts, or any '.her fraudulent practices to chum
sucb nomination, tha oharge shall ba Investigated
oj me i aunty uoiBtniKea, and aucn steps taken
as ibe good of the party may rvuuire.
14 11 any delegate abail rveaivs any money
or utber valuable thing, or aocapt the promise of
any cunst-leratloa or reward to be paid, delivered,
or secured to him, or any person for suob dels
gate aa an Inducement for bis vole, upon proof
oi me laci i tna satiaciiou ot tba Convention ,
such delegate shall ba forthwith eiuel'ed, and
shall not ba roaeivad as a delegate to any fumr
onvenuon, ant an mi ineligible tp any party
lt'LKB TO BAB 1'RKi'BnBHL'B.
16. Cases arising under tbe rules shall have
precedence over all other bmiuass in Convention,
mbbtiho or ma com? a. in ox.
17. The County Convention shall meat annu
ally, In the Court House at I o'clock F. M., ea
the third Tuatday of September.
AKKOt HCKMMTS OP CANDID ATM.
1. The names ef all the candldaiet for office
shall be anoouncad at leati three weeks previous
to the 1 1 we of hol-iing tbe primary election.
II'. U- KCtlrlKLD, Chairman.
Wu. S. Wallalb, Secretary.
A Daring Train KnnnKhr. On
WcdnoHtiuy night ubuut 9 o'ctrnk (ruin
No. -in of l ho Chicago i Alton Kail
mad was ntn)ipj at u point lour pitlt
otii-t ol I n'K'j.finlcMiCc, Mo., by twulvo
martked men. The cxpreAS car was
broken open, the mcwftL-nor, lr refim
ing to givo up tho ko) snl iliceufi', wus
bi-Hlcn until ho cannot livo, and from
85 000 to $10,000 woro tnkon from tlio
tvl'u. Tho pitNHcnorg on tho trttit.
Woro rob bod of money, watches and
vuluuhh to the amount id seroral
thousand dollura. Tho conductor wur
fired at aororul limon. but escaped un
hurt. Altor evcurina; the booty, tho
wholo party rodo oil' into the wtmdo.
The spot Holeftufj ftr Ihp bold duod
wi(i in a duna woods, two miles Irom
any habitation. Tho train won atop
pod by a nd hmtorn and ubftrutrtioim
on tint track. Tho rubhoru woroarmod
with Henry rifle, and kept up a con
timiotin filing to intimidutu all the
pftHitenerri. One of tho robbora warn
ed tho enineor to leave tho toad or
bo would be killed that they wero do
terminer! to breulf up the Alton and
ii... i. i i i.i '
iioi-k iMipui i-ofum, h-t tney unit heen
ofVerintr rewnrdii fur tliem nnd ndilH
i.i I,!,, nnnitt whb Jowan JnmM Th
1 1 . " , , JvhM J Bmr"' X ne
iR'neer thinks, howovor, It Wos not
jaitiei, uut men living In the vicinity.
A thoimand armed men are on tho
hunt lor tho rohhoni.
InciniuabihM. It is mated that Iho
tables ol tho Motioning Coke Compa
ny, at Dunbar. Knyetto county, con
tainiiig two valuahlo bornes and nix
mules, woro destroyed by fire on Mon
day night of last week, together wjth
nil it contained In tho way of animal,
grain and fee I. Tbo loss Is 12,000.
The fire Is credited to tho Mollio Ma
gutros, and its supposed object Is tho
intimidation of witne.ses who haro
been stibptenaed horn Ihmhar to tea-'
lify against to Moi lip Uagnjre Rittr
durory, whumj trial la ox per ted to take
plaoe at Uniontown this week.
A Fooi.isn Mistake Ion't mako
the mitttiiko of confounding a remedy
ol acknowledged merit with the nu
merous quark medicines that aro now
6j common. y,'e septk from etneri
eneo when we bay that arker'y liiri
ger Tonio is a sterling health restora
live and wiTl do all that Is claimed
lor it. We have a nod it oa rue Ives with
the happiest results for Jthoomatism
and when vrorn ont by overwork. See
dveriisement. 7Vviff 81)1 iV I
The city editor of the Harrisbtirg
I Patriot WttS shot III the le lust Friiluv
j homi ?
Cun'i tho mutttria of Washington bo
hung even if (iuitiuu is nut?
Primary Election, Saturday, Sept. 17.
Fh. The fs mnt ba .aid la a Ubt.p. snr
wl" hihuwi : r ir i r--mHrrrt tn. f-r
o;iie Jvltra. S f..r Cunn'r 'VtnmUinrifr fn
ft,r l-nty Auiitor. 4 Th s will nv u,r i
( tlarata f.r raoh randidate and (U nsnal
'. are anthm-liM ti annooue. the name nf
JOHN U.Cl'TILK, nl Ce.m.1,1 ,hd.
for Ihe nl)iie nf Aaaooiate Julj(n, aubjeet to th.
ruler g-iveruirt the Uaiaocratie party.
i'oaluOioe adlreaa, ClearSelJ, P..
jmiVm.iVJlr','? ' ' ' '
a eandidal. fr ,b. cm,, of A.."i . jlu.
l.V.!o'V,!l",.rl,"', ' !" fame nfj
JACdli W. UAMPHKI.L, of 11.11 fc,nabij, aa a I
eandidate for Ihaothcnnf A..,..i.i. 1...1 '
tn the relea K'.r.roi,-f the Uemoorelie ,a'rl.
PuatolHfl. addreaa, Cuab. Pa.
We ere autboriar.l to announce tba name or
PANIKb W. MUiiHal. of CloarSoM boroueh, aa
" iw .no omao 01 Aaaoeiala Judge
ubjBM to the M governing tba Oem
Postofllea adlrasf, Clcarfleld. Pa,
tar utb'iriistd to annnoo tha nana of
t-uwnuM u. tlAMUN, or Clcnrfiald boroigb,
a a eandiiUta for tb offloa of Aasooia'a Ju tgo ,
ubjeciioiha rulas gvrnlng tha Uantuoratiot
Poitcffica address, Claarftel.l, Pa.
Wa art anth'tritfxl lo annoanct tha feaina nf
DANIEL KOoZKR, of Lawrmra township, as
a ean lidata fur tbo offiet of Asrociato Judga,
aahj ci to iba ruki gorarnlna tb iniorati
PotoBifa addivsi, Clearfild, Pa.
Wp a t authority) to unnouno tba nama of
JOHN WALL, of 1'eon iiiWDtnip, a a ranJi.Jf
fnr the otha or Asooeiaia Indue, ml.jwi a tba
rulusgovarntntr, tba ln-urrt,0 (.art?.
Pos'iiflion addresr, Grampian tTIitli.
We nra anhnritv tn armounc tht name of
JACOII F. PTKINKK. of liecator townahip as a
randl l'U for iba oflia of treasurer, aubjeot to
tba ruki governing the iemorra'ic pirty.
Vostoifioe aj.lren-, I'bihp.burg, I'i,
We are authorised to announce the a a ma of
DAN I fcL HTKWAkT, of lir-ll-.rd township, as
a candidal, f ir Treasurer, lohject lo tba ruli-e
governing iba Demooratic psrty. . i
Postolic ad.iress, Woodland, Fa.
tu'Vai uovk n" orT,,"." in'h"",', .f I
th:mr i". uhj t
the lulea governins tba Democratic narf v.
Fuftobacu svidiess, Curwensville, Pa
We are author'tel to annriiqe tha name of
JOHNM. TROXKL. of UuD.dB borough.asa
candidate fur tbo otD.e of Treasurer, auljeet lo
tbe rult-i governing the Dem cralic parly.
Fusloffice adlrcss, UuBls, Fa.
Wa are authorised to aonounna the nama af
JOHN W. WRUil.KV, ot Clenrfleld borough, as
a candidate for the oftVa of Treasurer, subject to
the rules g'nerninr the Uemocraiic prty.
FostoOiofl addresa, Clearfield, Fa.
We are authorised to aiinoanoe the nama of
W, MILTON SUA W, of t itaroeld borough.! a
candidate for the oTbe of Trasiirer. suhjecttotba
rules governing the Itemoertlie party.
Fostt'fl. addrera, ClearQeld, Fa.
We are Bti!h.Hsil to nnnounoe tha name of
CHAI.LKSSCIIWKM. of Urady township, as a
eatididale lor the flica of Trearurer, tuhjeel to
tha ru!l g'rerning tba Democratic party.
Pustotfiije ad lrtss, L ithcriburg, Fa.
We are antbaritad to ananunoe the name of
JOHN T STRAW, or FerKuon township. a
oandidate for the (.fflca of County C.-mmisniuner,
etjtje'jt the rulm governing tbo Deuiooratie
Foit'iOloe aHdress, Marron, Pa.
Wa are aiithoriird to a&munn tha name wf
JOHN IH Nl.AP, ot Pke townohip, as a candi
date lor tha office of County Cutuunssi iner, sub
jeot to the rults governing the Detuoaratic party.
Fostotlice adtAjetf, Hloomiog'on, Fa.
tl'e are authorised to announce the name of
JOHN PICA It D, of Oovii.jrtou townshio. as a
PoatnlBce address, Franchrille, Fa.
Wa are author),.! to announce (he name or
THOMAS MAHAFKKV, of New Washita
horoofh. as a oaiididle for the otflc of County
Cumuiissionar, eutjeot ta the rules governing tha
Fostofiloa address. New Washington! Pa,
We are authortt-d to announce the nama of
I UL I A H F. C II A M B t H3. of Curwemvillt hor-
Utnr as a oanmata for the o(Boe of County Com
misilontr, sul.jeet to tho rules gorarning :b.
Fostoffio. add re it, Curwensville. pk.
Wa are authoHied to annnunno the nama of
f.UAH gOHMiTUn. of tji-enuood township, aa
caamtiaie tor toe oiuoe ot bounty LovmHeionar,
subject tt to the rulas gorarning tht Demooratie
Paatoffloe aJdrasi, Uramplan Hilta, Fa.
We ar. autborlictt to an noon the nama of
rKAlNt'lD Y. COlTKHhir, of Karthaui town
shin, as a oand ida i a for tbe offios of Count
Commissioner, subject to lb. rulea governing tbe
Fostofflet addrass, Karthaus, Pa.
W are auOjorlaed tn announce tho nam. of
WILLIAM M ULOOM, ol Fik. township, as a
canniuiii ior toe union or iwOHniT trommissloner,
uljecttoiheru'es goeeralng the Demooratie party,
Fust office addreas. BloomiBgton. 1'a,
W' are anthorlsed tn announce tha name of
(IIDKON U UOuOFKLUIW, of Clearfleld bor
ough, as a candidate lor the offl,e of County Com-oiis-ioner,
subjeet to tha rules governing the Dem
PoitoBiM address, Clearfleld, Pa.
Wa are anthorlsed to announce th. nam. of
KbTllKN tiTKAW, ar Jordan township, as a
oandidal. for the nffic. of Auditor, tub; act to th.
tuI.s governing ihe Demnoralio party.
Post office address, Aasonvllla, Pa,
W'e are aulhorlia'l to announce the nama of
IJKftjAMIN KLIMiKK, of Chest township, as
a oandidite for the o I Que of County Auditor, adb
ject tu th. rules governing tbe Demoeratie parly.
Fostotfioe addrcis, Nol'hsrroo, Fa.
Wears authorised lo anaouooa Ihe nana of
r. I. THOMPSON, of Curwensville b.rot, h,
aa a candidate lor County Auditor, subjaot
to tberuka governing tbo Demooratie party.
Poatotboe addrfas, Curwensville. Fa.
W'e are authorltrd lo announce th nam of
J. lUIIUI' IMIAW, or Lawrrnc township, as a
candidate for Countr Auditor, eulject to Ihe
rules governing tbe Damaaratie parts.
Fuetoffloa addiess. Clearfleld, Fa.
Wa are authnrUed lo announoe th. nam af
JOHN w. HOWK, of Lawrence townihin. as a
eandidate for lb. office of County Auditor, subject
io toe ruiri goreming ne ui-iuocratto party.
Foatufboa addreas, Clearfield, Fa.
W aro anlbnrtiej to announce tha nama nf
JOHN D. Mll.LKh. of Newburg borough, as a
eat. dt dais fa ibeoOo of Connty Auditor, subject
iv mo ruivi (UTerniiiK me Mrmovraiie party.
Fosti-Bice address, Hurd, Fa.
We are aulhnrlted In arBojncn the nama of
t-nr.iMiA.i OKOWN. of Cor naton townahln
as a oendidele for ibe oflio of Countv Auditor, aoh.
jeot to tbe miss gevernlng lb Dcmocratia party.
riieiiimca annrpss, r art hi us, ra.
S Orphans' Court of Clearfield county. Pa.
Remit or J. B. bbatTer, lata of the borough of
DuH, a. Clearfleld county, Pa , deceased.
Noi'oa ie herrhr xven tn all net-anna lnte..iA
IB lb. said ealat., that ihe appraisra-nt of nron-
ry sat ar.ait tt th widow under ber elatm for
i0, will be presumed to said Oonrt foroonfirma-
nn, ou i uursuay, "ntonar ntn, IK. .
J r. CLAHK, Administrator,
Clcai(eld, Pa.fHrnt. If SS ( jt.
DiauO.HTtHOIf P HTM HIUP.
Tba to partnership uf e0rg.t Wearer A
Co, en Bed In merehandiet In the bar ouch r
Clearfield, was dissolved hy mutual onaqtoa tha
IJ-h of Pepttmber, lh-1. by ibe wltbdrawl of
John F. Wearer and W. W. ttts from said firm,
and Faal f. Weaver admitted as a mr-r of tb
firm, ai d th business of lb firm will be to
tinned at th old stand on Second street, In the
nuine if Oeo'ga Weaver A Co., with whom all
aceouBts of iba former Arm muM be so(M n the
first ol January neiL JOHN F. W KAVkH.
w. w. liKITs,
CletrflVd, Pa., Sent 14, ISi.ii.
TOf IC'K.-tntbewattarofiUe eatatetl Joha
1 Horabauth. lata of 11 urn tide baniSm rf..
Nolle Is hereby gWra that th undersigned,
who was appointed by tbe Court to report tba
fae'l (and tb testlmfi.. lb-rtnitk.. t.u...
aliased eontracU set forth la the eteeptious to
tb eonflrsastion "f InqulaMlon taken upon Ihe
real estate of said deadnt, will attend io th.
duties of his appointment ut his nfflna in the hnr.
ugh of Clearfield, on FRIDAY, the Vtb day of
-.(...nnr. n. v. irni.il l 0ACB A, . Of AtilJ
ut,k;: .1:9 ttorf fef't-Ss tBtefttd tao at.
uqd tf tkey see proper,
T. J. MotMILLOl'UtI, Master, Ac.
Clearfield, Fa., August HI, IHII-It,
IN tbe malter of ibe petit lot totorrnet a ratarn
ol si. by Hhrriff Mrfhersou of tb property
James and E. J. K arrest, made Septamhtr
Ifth, lI. 1
AnJ BjV. Juna fi.V Ull. hula is ureniarf urm
Jool C, I'orteit, H. J. Forrest, hud ibe bctre and
legal raprasf atallvet of James Fofren. deetasod.
and all others latoroatad.tt annaar In Court aa
tho first day ef Bcptembtr, 1HBI (being ft plan
ner Ifitb), aad anawrr tbe tatd) petition, of
whtea an parties in tares ted will take aotiet.
wraatod by latCouri, JAMES KB It ft,
CLB4rtti, Fa., 8p'l. Ttb, ltM-St, '
Dnuaxeil in H. IJ. Iluoa A Co. 'a " MaraDtile
Keiturtor" aa agent Tbe nrople era hereby no-
liu.d that b. It not .gnu lr m., oul, eoa
Ir.cli.r. Jlkfll WILIIKLM.
b'l Marj'a, Pa., Au,eilll, Usl-jt,
5,000 Rail Road Ties.
Curweneville. I1. Jan.
DUMII ItllKSJ NontU.-The pinner,
abiu hrr.lolre eii.tinK between J. W.
I'uit.r antl H. L. Jleit.r bna Ihia daj btrn die
Bolted by mutual eunaent. Iho bu.lneaa, ao
euvDla, io., rrnaln in ibe baadaof J. W. Toller.
J. W. 1'fiTTKK,
K. I.. UKlfKK.
Kailbana, ffi.l. JJ, IUI. a 14 (t
COAL LAV DSWAVTKU.
a'XMr arres of bi'utninous coal land situate In
UJlearfield Bounty. Ad Iras tbe un ienlned
'"".'" ' " '
Ci.iAnriBtn, 1's,, 8ept. 7th, lbt 1-lf.
The oldest, best, ovist thorough, and eoiuplele
' Xm lb. tn.ud but...
, rtf.-hool always in session. fitudenU admlt-
ted t any time. For eirculara addresa
J. 0. HMITH, A. M., Frineipal,
3 tn. Pitlsburgh, Paoa a.
Coal I Farm Lands for Sale.
SEVKKATd hundred acres of valuable eoal and
farm lands near tha boroueh of tilen Hope,
are now offered at a bargain. Tba surface eon
siiU of sima of tbe best farms in Ihe county, and
ia underlaid with at Iwut three veins of bi:oml
nout m.I, and u heavy vain of limestone. For
further inform. Hon. apply to
JkANK U. UAKKI3, ClcarSold, Fa.
Pept. Utb, IHsl-Il.
IXIU LTOltH' NOTICiyNoiioe. a her.
J by given that Letters Testamentary on the
r.i-te of 8Ml)iil. MATTHKW.Ute of Uecearia
t wnsbip, Clearneld eounty, Fean'a, defeased,
naving bean duly granted to tbe underaigavd, a'i
persons indeb'ad to said estate will pleaae make
immediale payment, and those having claims ur
at nanli against the same will prem them prop
trly antbenticated fur eeiHemeni, without delay
A UK AM UATTHKW,
I'labville, Fa., 8,pt. 14th, lflM-bl-
VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE I
muiij.i,j , ,Jf ... ,.,.,,.
X farms situated in Lawrenoe Uwnnbip, as M-
One hundred and twenty ( 120) acres cleaned and
a good slate of cultivation, and having thereon
erected a largo and fine frame dwelling bouee, two
large frame barns and other neoesi-ary outbuild
ing, together with a large orchard, good water,
Ac , Ac.
Seventy acres oleared and under cultivation,
but with no buildings.
Tha said lands are ailuata within 1 mi Ira of
Clrarfield and tba Worn) I van in Railroad, and are
underlaid with bituminous eoal and Are clay.
Reason for Selling. Declining health ol owner
For further particular, Inquire of tba sobseriher.
J. FRANK KNYOh'tt. Au'y for Owner.
Clearfield. Fa, June Uth. 161 tf.
For Sale or Rent!
The subscriber propones to sell or rent B num
ber of larms located as follows i Tbe first situate
In Burnside township, Ceo t re eounty, oonlaining
160 acres, having iherwin erected a frsma dwell
ing, frame burn, adjacent to a churrb, and known
aa ibe James Mulbolland farm.
ALO, another farm situate in Oraham town
ship, Clearfield county, containing 1 17 acres, wlib
Ibe necesarr improvement! This farm la under
laid wttn a UOOD VKIN OF COAL.
ALSO, sit other farms in th vtrioitt of French
ville, containing respectfully HZ, 10H,V5, 05, in
and M aores. These farms all have houses and
barns thereon, good water, itrariag oroliards oa
same, aa well as ame gnod wood lard. For
luitber particulars eall lu pcrion. or addross the
uodersigr.ed or letter. L. M. COI DKlKr,
Jan. IWtb, IHlil.tr. Frenebvilla, Pa.
Tin, Copper Shret-Iron Ware,
-MSO VKALSR IX-
Wood and Iron Tumps,
AMMUNITION AND FISHING
TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
ALL, KINDS OF
Kept tonitantly on ban 1.
CLEARFIELD, PKNN A.
Cloardelil, Pa., Sepl. t. IUI If.
BY Tlrlu. of rln .( ImH lam.d
oul of 111. r.url ol Common Plea, of Clear.
nel4 eonntr, and to diraeltd, law will r
upeMd to PUIII.IO SALS, n iko Conn Home,
la tbe boruogn of Clearneld, on
Tlredey, Hrplemhcr ttd, IHMI.
At I o'clock P. M., 111. lollowinj daaerlkrd real
Two certain frame balldinea, en. a dwelling
our. Isa2l feel, ealli on lol Ne. an. .d ,h.
olber bamii freta. bop, lii.'ia fm, . ii j.
imnin, en. ) fo. j, tih lot. .,,d haiMing.
neinj liiiial. la ih. tillage of allaealon, Clear
neld eoonty, Pa.
Heiaed, teken In election, and In be tolj oa tbe
un.pen oi . u. untirie.
Tinai or 8i,. Tb, nrloe or into at aklck
lb. proper I .ball k. alruok olr aao.i h.
Ibe llm. of aale, or aui.b n her nrrangomenla
naade aa will be appro.. d, otberwlae the pruperli
will ba liaiaedlalele pul aa aad told agaia at
lb. .ipaaa. and rlak of lb. p.r.on to wboa It
w.i atraek or, aad wbo, la oaae of delcieace at
inch re aale, ahall make good Ihe .an., .nd lo
ao iaatanoo will Ibo leed be preaenled la Uo.rt
for malrrnalloa aoloaa tbo nonet la artaallt
paid tn tba Kberlf. JAH, MAII&Pr'KY,
Hnanipr'a Oeptra, I 8beriff
Clearneld, Pa.. Aug. II, MM. I
' ShcrifT's Sale.
"JIT rlrtut tf a writ of Fit Fniat luued
X of iht Ooqrt qf Ootumna Weaa of Ciear
beidcQUbtf .Fono'a, and to ma diraaiad. th- ..li
be aipoeed It FL'ULIO HI.K. at tha Coon
Uousa, is the borough of Clearleid, la, oa
Thuraday. IVptcmber 'id Ihhi,
At I t'elotih P. M , tbt followinf described r.1
oataU, tt wit i
All that terUia traet of laad aitM.i i n.
tide township, Clearleid eounty, Fa, bounded as
foltowa i Oa tbt east hy lands of William Owens
and Jam. Owens, on the south by land of CharlM
prowi. oa no west ny land, or Aaron lUtiu anj
David Fulton, ou tht m.riU bv Und ol Wxn...
Uwri, fonia,iatrg one hundred aerea. mora or
ess.witnauouf stut-flve aoros eleared.and a good
a '"' tjDurae iron trees growing there
on, and baring thertoB erected a trams heuet
aad frsma barn, SOiJa feet.
Heissd, tahea In eiorutton and tt be told aa tht
propefty tf Jamas Chapmaa,
AM of tbtt ttrlalB lol tr lota tf grtund tltusia
lu tbe borough of Clearlleld, bounded g.d
deaertbed at follows Hetaw part f lU U and
IT ip Mops-p i add lUeri, Irlatiog oaa hundred
t'oet, ito of teas, nft Walnut street, and being
one hundred and firry feel deep, more or lest, on
Third strtel.und vilending bank to an eller.Wond
ed en the weal by Third street, oa Ihe east by lot
of Jamas L. Uaey, oa the touih hy aa alley, nod
tbo aorth by Welaut street, Laving taorooa
oreeted two Iramt dwelling fcouaea. aa,h betnr
frautt stab). thtrMg tlrtUl4, 9"
stetaad, Ukaa la titaattuw and it be ta 4 at tba
property tf Ut iMaadsat, Jha Bbetller.
All nf the lisfvBdant's Interest In nil thai cer-
lain ptroa or tract of land situ Is lu lilun town-
b'p, ''learfleld county, l' , bounded nnd da
sen bed as follows t Ou Ibe east bv laud f K'lis I
Kesler, nn the sooth hv lend of 0. M U -ft. on tje
wesi by land of U M. Fetter.and ou the north by
land of Frank Orcu it, eontaiolog IM aerea, more
or leas, w alx.ut Vl) aores elarl, large j
ot chard growing thereon, and having ersded
lb.rnlr.m.bUua.,u large b4Lk barn and othar
adkenln ,1 .nd to be aold lb. I
proper., of II. U. Alde.n. ,
Ail that curtain tract uf lad situate 1 In lhaj
township of Jordan, ia tho county of Cleai (Velf j
ani Male of Fensyvanla,buundsd and decribd j
as follows, to pltt Ucginning at a Ltm'ofk j
'henoe by land of t'uey eouifa Ally degrees West
l2o pete lies to a poit; then', by land o Tbotnaa
Mctiee North IS degreea Weat 171 p err bee to a
wiltbbaieli ibtooa by land of Joseph FalteroB
North bl degrees Kat perohes to a p'tst ;
thenee by land uf James Jackson South 60 de
rree Kail '71 parobe. lo a beuloek and ibe pine,
ol beginning, cuniairinr pun hundred and tern-tj-'even
avite and lorty sil prrcbis and allow
ance. eiaed, takoi lu iveutt-.n and to be sold as
the property tf W, K. Fassmora.
All that certain traot or plree of land situate
In Morris township, in the oounty or ClearlWId
and Btaleul feonrylvama, bounded and uereri'"
ed aa tiilbiws : beginning at a post, the northwest
ooroer of said treat or land stirrers j in tht name
of John Frire; tht ore hy tratt or Ian J r-urvayed
In tbe name of Fr4noia Johnston east IJl perones
to a posLby a white oak ; thenee hy traot of land
surveyed iu ths name of Chri. looker Itakaraoutb
311 perehts to a slono ; thenoe by land of Jiafh
Hauler west lirlj perches to a post ; thenoe by
land or ileorge J. Wagner, Jr , north 211 perabes
to ine piano -l beginning, ecntatning one hun
dred and three teres and" fifty nioa perfbes and
allowance, with attout svacrrs, more or less, clear
ad, and ..good youitg orebard ol 6 Ity trees grow
ing thereon, aad having tbereoa erected a small
ona-siory frame bouaeand log bam.
he i sad, taken In execution, and tu be sold as
tba property of Jobs Kein.
Tho defendant's Interest In all th it eertaiu
traot or pieoa of land situated la Greenwood
township, Clearneld eounty, (State of Frnnslva-
ni, buunura ana uoserioed as lol low, vis; He-
gibnioie at a pott turner in land of said llu'liban
lir tf tfri; tbfuet o ouib 4V drcnes West VI I 10
perches to a post; thenoe by laud of Arthur Uil
o'h 6.1 dfgreei East 1 HI perrhe to aa old beut-
loen oornor : tbenne bv Und of Hunter an t baw
ley Norib degrees Kaat V and 1-10 pern bos to
a poit .- thanie ly land of Hulhban and brothers
North 63 Jrg'oea Hast I pr robes to tba begin
nipg.contuning one hundred arrei m ire or less,
net I.i st, with elm ut twenty torts mora or lese
cleared, and hiving thereon era jlei a sm!l house
ai u lug taaro .
LSeiied, tkn la eteeulioB and to be void as tbe
property of Fan) White.
All that certain plwte or parcel of laud sitnated
la Morns township, Clearfield eooflty, and State
o Pi nnstlrame, bounded and deserihad a fol
low : l).'gti,nitJir at a post on Mbanon creek ;
thenee ht land of Henry Lorain, M. U., Westli't
peroh-t to a maple: I he net North SO perches to
stones ; thenoe West 2i perches to a maple ; tbeuro
hy lands of Catharine Wymt North lt perches to
a pmt; ibenae hy oeher lands of Juba I). Kjler
but 4t perches; tbenne Houib 24 perrhes to a
post ; tlit-Bi-e ICast 84 perches la a locuar on tbe
bat,k o.' Moshanoa or ark ; thenoe by raid Mo
han a rrrek the several course, and distaaras to
the place of beginning, oonlaining 6ft acres and
allowanoa. and having about 61 eoret more or Iras
cleared, with a small orchard growing thereon,
and having them a erected a Jog bouse and log
(felted, tskon In exerulfon and to be eold aa tbe
property of Robert Ardary and Uirj Ardary.
On llinraday.Mrptembr-r 'itMh. 1hh.
All that tract of land situite in Jordan loan
hip, Carficld oounty, Fa., bounded and d-scrih-od
as follows : Ileiiitining at a fallen white o.k ;
lher.ee by land of Thomas Heaei.o'h 521 dfgrei-s
wart Hj perches to a post, thenna by Und t.(
laaao Ul-iom south Si degrees cast 176 B It)
p-rchrs u a hemlxek ; thonce hy land of Mrgt n
4 Company and Wtllitm t. Hioty's tsUtn nor'h
r uvxrees eaai i 4 iu perobis to a h-.nlo ;k ;
thenco hv lanJ of James and Parid Wither-w
Birth S-J dtgrena watt 178 percli-sto p'aee ot ,
beginning, eontaining 160 aorta and 136 MO
perotiae and aliowanoe, HO aorei, more or les-, j
eleaud, and a small orchard growing therein, I
and harieg thare'a trtWed a lug.h jus and log I
iSrisad. takes In ontiA . . k. .,.1.1 ,l.
pnpa ty of ei. C. Fatcbin, Delendaot, and Samu.-I
Eihuff, terra tenaut.
Tbbu. of 8a....-Th. price or sum at which
the proper., .ball ba struck off must ba pd at
i or euen oiner arranaementa
made aa will be approved, otherwise tbe proper
ty will be immediately put up and sold attain at
tba expense and risk of tho person to whom ii
was struak uff, and who, in oat of deftoieney at
auah rt-sale, eball make good tbt same, and In
no Instance will tb. Used be p reseated In Court
for eonbrmatlon unless tht money ta actually
paid to tha 6 h -riff. J A8. M .tllAFFLY,
Saanirr'a Orricu, I alhehfl
ClearBald, Pa.. Aug JI.IMJ
BY tlrloe of wrlU of I'mifin'oaf gj-pmni,
laaaed ont of tbe Coort of CoBjtnoa Plena of
Cieerfl.ld ooontt, nnd lo no directed, I will ea
poae to puhhe aale, al tbe Court iloari la the
bt-rough of CleertloU, on
rilurtday, Krptrmbcr ft, IHMI,
At I n'cloek P. U , Iba following deaerlbed real
oatate, to wit t
All Ibal certain traet of land altnate ia theeW
ongh of Ofceola. Clearneld couolj, I'a., hnnndrd
on ibee.al ht Praneretrcet, nn Ibenertk bt Ma;a
tllry and oa Iba weal bt Ueorge W. Lane, being
two Ion knowa in plan of and borough aa lola
No. 4 and I, and baring thereon erected a good
einre room It I T4 fret, witk weromon altecbed
!2it feet, and email frame atable.
beiael, taken In attention, nnd tn b. .old aa
Ihe proper! of Berkowita llirrh.
All Ibal cealaia tract of land ailuale ia Deci.
tur townahip, Clenrfleld oount?, Pa., rx'tindcd a.
follow.! Nortb bt A. Kcpbar-, eoutb bj Hntn
ton, wc.tl.j John M.rbaa.aud llagerlt'a eatata,
oontaining f,.rtt nerea, more or la.., wilb n Iwo
aicty plank bourn, lllilefecl, lug barn, aad otber
Nclifd, taken In eircottca. apd lo lie told aa tbe
properl, of Ueorge W. Kepbarl.
A errUla lol of ground altual. In Weal Clear
Held, l.awrencw towaihip, Clearneld eoaolt. Pa.,
bounded aid deenrlned aa follnwa, tiai Known na
lot No. 41, boanded on Ibe aorth by Mcrrell atrcet,
on Ihe catt br William atreei. on iherAnib bt nn
allct ard on the weal b, lot N. fin, being in feel
front on Mrrrell atrect and no feet decn. an.i k...
ing thtrcoa treeled a Iwo Hurt ft. m. houe. and
Kriied, taken In titration, nnd U b. eold aa
lb. properl of Uatid II, Ueetaarl,
flu Ihuraday, Hrptcmbcr Snih, Immi,
All that etrtnia tnaaanag. or piece nf gronnd
aituat. la Ih. borough of Oaceola, Clearneld
enontt, Pennathania, bounded and deacrihed aa
follow., to wit : tin Ibo aortk bj Ouitia ureal,
oa Ibo eaal be Henrj allct, oa tbe couth h,
Hpruoe alre.1, and no Ibe weat by L.o No. Hi,
In Ibe general e,lan of aaid boKutgb, nnd bating
thereon .retted a plank awe. ... ,tr, blgb, In
by SI fcl.
that certain pioc. of ground aituat. la tb. bor
ough of Oioeola, bounded on Ibe aorth by llal.
alrcel, oa tb. .ait by Eliaabetb atreei, oa lb.
ecuth by on. half each of Lola Nn. Mi and null,
on the w.l bt No. SOI kn.iwn na No., itu. and 300
ia Ih. general plan of aaid borough, being the
.nine piece or lol uf ground .onteyed by the Mo.
rbanoon Land and Lumber Company, by deed
dated I7'h dey nf Hay, and bating thereon
erected ft frame bou.a odo and one. naif .torira
Thai certain piece ef ground eltaate in Ihe
town of Weal Oaceola, Clearfield eounty, Pena'a,
beginning al a ploe atump ; thenc. peal Iwn bun
dred feel i Ihenoo north M'ty loot i Ihcnc. weal
two bundrod feet ; thenoe eoutk Dfly feet tn tbe
plane of beginning, nnd bating thereon erected a
two aiory plank bou.a with baeeinaul aleo a
atable aud ulbcr oulbaildinga.
All nf Atioclallon'i Inter.. I in annlber oerlaln
piece of gronnd In Iba boMujlb of Uaoeola. Clear
Held eounlt, Won a. boan.ied and d ecrined na
fdl..w: Ua tbe aortk by S.r.h etrcct, on the
enat by Lot No lilt, on Iho eouth by Moabannon
elley. nod on Ibn weal by L il No. Jill, being ill
by tin fret, and i.wn in Ihe genorul plan nf aald
borough na Lot No loll, nnd bntlng erected there,
oa a Iraiuo houee aad other outhutldinga.
All of Aaanelatlon', Interna! la one other oar.
tain lol ot pfrc or ground in lb. bornugk nf lie.
oeoln, Clearfield oounty, Penn a, noun led and
deacrihed na followat tla lb. nortb by Cutlio.
,.j .nry ntt.y, on Ibn eu'jik
by Sprue alley, nn tbe wtel by Lot No. l, and
known In plan of laid norotb a Lot No. Ilk,
nod hating thereos erwrled a frame bona, and
AH of Aeeooterioa 'a Intereat la ana other eer
tain lol or piece nf ground altnate In th- loan or
Wert Oaceola, Deoolur townahip, Clearlleld Co,
Penn'a, aoanded aa follnwa. to w,i i niH.i..
at a pinn elompi thrnre ee.t tw. kuadred feeti
lu.noe ooria B!iy tret I hence weat Iwo bun.lted
feel Ibenoe eoutk irtt feel, lo Ike ol.-. r k.
giaoing, being lb. a.tae lot of aiiud Bow la
paa...ln f i,Ig aj. Cc!ti m4 k,, limm
emcled a frame feo-4i. aad .that .albuildiaga.
All nf Aaanelnllna'i Intortal ia aae otber eer
lain Int nr plrc of ground aitnala In ibe borough
nf Oaceola, ( I. at field eoeele ...'. v..j., "
Ibe aonb by H.I. .tract, na Ihe eaal by Klit.h.tk
"V1"""1' ""y ana balf each of Lwla No.
tVi and No. Ut I. g..,,., p,.. of,.(1 ,
aa Lot No , being Ibo a.m. plena,, ,
ground eontced l y ,h. Moik.aooa Und a.d
em her Cemcanr. by deed oelerf f,k al.. i...
and ka.ln. Ik.a .reeled a tram. ho... nn.
aai .ua-kaU alor.ee kith and ether a.lbnlldiaga.
All Areuclatinn. intereat In one ,h. .......
plew or lol of gronnd aituat. la tbe boroueh of
Oaceola, Clearleid eounty, Penn a, boand.4 aa
the acr.b b, Lot No. Ms, oa tbo eaal be la.
tur alley, na lha caulk by Lot Na. l;i ,,,
a, '""" M .. a. L.,i
No. HI a lb. fvtal rae af .aid B-.rn.gh, nnd
aatlpg U.ro, ,.L,d t from. bone, and other
All at AeaejciatloVo lnhw.a 1. ... ...... ... -
alec, af gcuad aiiaai. la lb. b.roagH ,r fti,.
Cleerll.lil eountr, Penn'a, boanj., oa Ihe ni,nk
by I'lne alley, on the eaal by Ur.elur a In
tbe aoiih by l.oi No. 14H. and on th. .,',,'J,:
Dlanrbard alreet, anl aaowa at Lot ,, 911
,enral iUnor.a. boroayh, and having tl,fr-t
i envied ar frame house and ottinr uutlml J,.
htised, Uken in eleoation and to hi , K
the prjerty of the Usoeole Hail,) inn j 1i
a, certain trat of land ailuata in llu.,,M1
j T ' , tn BtJ wtr ,u f. Ijy
thence north It drgrees wat 147 perrhe. i,
bmlo?i t tbsnoo worth i drRrfes east llu y.
oboe to a heoilnek tba nurthwst c rar ul Hi. )u.
na'lrd Hurdell hit) Ihenoe south 21 ttegrre ri.t
1st t'rcnas to ine aorto east corner til iLb
: tt, Williams lot t thenee eutk it degri-i-. Mv,t
1 10 perehea io the place or beginning ooiitaini, f
101 acres more or lose being part o mttih
Another picee beginning at a poit the t..
west eorner of above named liaorne K, H iV.iMai
lott Ibeno north XI degrees aaat 41 per -(,,.,
th sure norib ti2j decrees et 2fl perohu, ; Mi-ui-l
.17, degrees east -Id perebaa t" a pt the
east o-'rt.er of s iU Williams lot; tbf.eo
degrees eat Til petchus lo the n'(li lim i,
rant Nw.&i'tf; tlit-i.e. south oUdigrnei P. no
perches to a post In east line of lap. I nf j 'rit11
Cooker thence uortb I'l degtees west ; ,n --?.
lo place of bdftintiing, eouulniog JO rrt, tll ,rv
loss, and exepttug und reterviag ten err j, r,
ed by Jas T. Luuard and wit to Mr Urtcu mi
tieiied, taken in exa.uLi tn ani to he ul l a.
propar'y ut John C. Tyler.
A ot rtaiu lot of land situate In the tr..i ,,
Burnside, ClearfieM oounty, Fa: No. I beir,
known as lot No. 87 In plan of said b.r-un
fronting an Maple street and bounded uoitu dv
lot No I), east by aa alloy, and smj br K lti,
street, with iinpntrmanta, having there m e'rcl ,1
a plank houao, small stable and other out t.u i u,i.
t. a tra4 or lot of land ia said h i
houe led north bv Filth street, can by Main Hrt
entiiti ny ine nusqutnsona river, and ui i,T
Walnut street, enuaining Tour a.'res aadlriy.
three end 71-1 OU perobes, having erected a lare
plank bouse, frame stable, rarponter sbi'l' and
utber uuttiuildina;s also a young orebard ul a't.i(
60 apple trees
rien- d, liken Ja execution and lo be Bold lbs
property of John M. Handera m.
Tan mb or 8 a tr. The prlca or sum at wiirb
the property ahall be struck oil ir-ist he paid m tha
time ul sale, or such .Hoar arrungements male as
will ho approved, otherwise the property will it
imroed lately put up and sold again at theexpuD'a
and risk of the poreon to whom it was strui-a ui
and who, lu ease of delieieney at suob re a ,l i e '
shall make good tbo same, and in tiu iimi.r
will ttie Deed be pieernirdtn Court for cni:riuit-
tioo unlesa tbe moiey is actual I v paid ir, ibt
berill JA4b!i MaHAH-KV,
Saamrr's Orricu, I Imnff
Clerei4, Fa . Aug. 11. Ihl (
JU1. Y 1,1 WTNatnes and location ul ine
persons drawn r jurors to serr at S,-(tl-ber
I. no, commencing oo the fourth M.-ul,
Vnkj, and oonliouing two weeks:
(J ra n Jt'unaa Moroat, Skptkub sk 2'nx.
J.C C'inner, llurnslde b Hoienkrans, Hum .u,
D L Ferguson, L rity, j llmry hwan, Jrdn,
W:n Mahalfey, N Wasb.'C llertl in, Karitiiu,,
II A Wriicht. Uecearia, jJno K Dunlap, Kd l
J W MeCor, jj l Hchrytr. Lsarai! -4.
Deorgr Cautfinnn. Hell, I A Merjr. Morn,
A L Frtetoan. Uradlori K M Iavm, Pf,ti,
Ilobtrt Dunbar, tbant, fAdnm h-iiiii h. I' ike,
Joseph II bretb, " jU. O llaan. i4nd,
J F rtuiiirr, iJecatur, John B fciii. '
Aug Fi?nn, Uulich, Ii F MoCall
8 fc B Hetuey, t.ulich, A II liuniap, Wuia..rj
Thavekhb Juborn, Mohiiat, St re. !firH.
W B Aytra, Burnside James Fig.I, (iraium,
J M llaeti'.gs, Cleatfleld C lluliihwta. Uretm ul,
J lihn, Hiram lenmiuel, Uuiun,
Joo llulhliAn, ' H WiMdw4rd, Hust a,
I A 'neite.ry, Cut'tt tlia, tleoraie llurr,
Ki b d Kiau. " ;larid Wiaa, Jordan.
W F t bainber-. la. Michaels, Kar.bAut
P Mvltrui,.t, Uoultlalc If P Oulieh, Lawria.r,
Koh'i Heiiiing. lleuj r'haH',
Jn-i Miihavla. I. City, M 8 Kramer,
J it McFadden, O-e-.'a A'l.n W rigley,
I liaioi'lon, Ihurttnu, Irwin "
Kll.sJ U..tera. W l MrrMl M rn
Lew aJricbin, Th.. C Kvier, "
lletfr It alley. IUt-earla And Fuliher.
JUliUfitiw, " l Uuuglap,
Tti uM It re. U 'irg, Kb.-rt Hunter,
Hud pi. Albert, It-'KtfS 'Andrew Luti.
Jos Winery, Ure Itni,
IV a nloore. Pent..
I I'et.i Kmpp,
Jamea Walla, "
W I Ilailey,
' M L.gbiner, "
Henry J Knar-. Paa h
'Itnnd Wcllt. rm,n,
D El.lridtj, WoodearJ,
0B Lrni., '
WWW i:t,.ina. "
; J.mca K retlet. '
J J -rrh' hnf
, ,Jeo K.n'Kn.n'.
Da.on M.'Knen o
C liarntoy. Cot iogloo,
John ilub-e, Dec.ita',
11. . J Jut, il.rard,
'KdnarJ Mol'et e.
r-nioxo AVarg Motn.t Ovroara 3t.
H K oy'ie-, C eariield, Joacpk W,illy, ttrc.tor,
ll.nry Wei-cr, H. I. Hnnkin, lloahen,
Joi n Uoyuton, " 'tierce Itwen. '
A. lea lej l..r. Cire.1l., Levi rv K.ce. il.lirS,
C.Nllirar.l, Jiooiadaie. , Hel. ilynn, Mu.ioo.
T.J.Kr.ea, Sam.i-1 Brown, Laet rt,
J It. liemiltoB, (IteacOoon, "
Jne G. hhoff. OmioIi, , He.heo linlcr, Xur i,
W. A. Crial, M . II C'yna, Peon,
f Campuan, Wallece'n, Arnold bloom, 1'ika,
Wa blaheffer, llell, I. II t'bambera, "
Cjroa A. Wood, HlonntJ Kh i McCrjhen, "
laaen liciak, Uogga, jJemee Wieo. "
J la. Kama, Uuiarlde,!A.H Slrawbr.ig, , s,jT
A lll,.i.h.. f'n. ....... I I. L '
St.phea Teat, Decatur,
Wa th. nodcralgn.d, hereby aertify that tha
foregoing llal of aamee of awreose were draen ht
ue on tbe IStb day nf Jolj A. I), lisl.ar lirailt
and Trateree Jurort ttr tho September Term of
Court, ooamoseing ca tba lourth Monday, in
correct, and wa. drawn aocording to low tn a
eordano. with aB order of tbe Mob Ckailoa A .
Mayer, PreaideBt Judge of Ibo aaid CoarL
JAMK8 M All Arm, Sheriff.
A. J JACKSON,
Clrrneld. Ta.. July ITth, ll-t.
UBiaaiTKH'D KOTICBNotiw la k.
bt girea that Ibo (ol'ow.Bg nccoanti hate
been esamiecd nnd panel by me. nnd reman
iled of record in Ihia oSJeo for tb. ioauwitlon of
h.ira, leg.iaea, ercditore, and all otnere mlereate i,
and will be preeenlcd 10 Ibe neit Orphan,' Coort
of Clearlleld oounty, lo bo hold al tbe Conn
llouae, in Ihe borough oi Clearlleld. oommrnf.n
on Ibn fourth Monday (being Iba lllik day) of
September, A. It, i
Pinal account of Patau.! Hendertoa, Ouardiaa of
RoMo I. kepharl. minor eb.ld of X. V. Sep.
hurt, 'ate ol Clearfleld oounty. Pa., dowered.
final account nf Lewie Fr. Aile.ini.tr. t.r of
fatah O. llalc, late of Clearneld oountt, I'a.,
Final acoontof William L. filoom. lionrdian ol
Lucy K. Bloom (now Lucy b bioore), one .!
Ihe children Bad beira r lie. id Bnd Barak
Bloom, late at Hik. town. hip, Clearbad cue-
ty, Pa., ictooaeed.
Kin J account of C. M. llcrtUna and S. I. Ililli.
land, Admiaiatratnre of Iheealaee.r lleorgc L.
Ilertllne. lata nf karth.ua mwn.hip, Claott.ll
county, I'a., dcoeaeed.
firel account nr Samuel Headerenn. fioa'.l i of
timer L. kephatl, minor child of M. V. kep-
beil, lain ol Clearlleld county. Pa, deceeaed.
Final nocounl of Nathan Moore, tiieeutor or the
erlete of Mary Wrigleaworth, of Penn towo-
ak.p, CltarOrld county, I'.., aeceaaad.
Accooat of tle-.rgo II Walk, Admloialrator of the
eatata of lllcbard Walk, late of Ihe boroeoS d
Curwcnatlllc, Ciearield oounty, Pa., dc:ci
Finnl account of II. S. Rlewirt, Guardian of A.
N Orebam, minor child of Jamea C. Ilral.am,
lata of ClearOel i onunry, Pa., deeoet.
Partial account of tleorie Ileo'tendorn, t.urdiut
of Itaniel. Joacph, Nora, Or. ,11. ,d M.I I.
Ilrlcbel. children and heir, 0f Mary lln-h.1,
la!e of Kartbeue lewntlitp, L'learlrlJ oountt,
Perllal account nf K. I. ulllllan.l, Ouatd'en of
Lydia abd Clara Uillt.and, children nnd beira
ol Adrnne tlilhlen l, late nf karthaua town.
thip, Cleartioid county, I'a., deceeeed.
Fmal account ot C. Krataer, lluer.lian of B.iian
M lluwl.a, minor ahild of Andrew Hnwlra. late
of Cleardald onunly, Pa,dcoeaavd.
Final accoaot of if. J. Iloff 'r, Tr.Htae of the or-
tele of Joaeph Volhere, late nf karthaua Icen-
ablp, Ocrfleld county, P., d-caacd.
Accourl of J. Hoa, lltnoin, A Itninltt rator of the
trtaienf J. Linn ll"over, la'ecf Pike town.hi.,
Clearneld eounty, I'a , teceaao.l.
Accout.l of J. P. Fty, Truate. of Ike a.'.l. of
Frederick Frailcy, la', of t'rairtiold county.
Pa , detlee ed.
Account nf Ueorge C. Kiik, A.lmlalHrnlor of Ihe
eata.c ol .1 e., h Poalleihwall, late of Ilra.ly
townahip, ( Irarllcld con ny. Pa., deccaied.
Final acoovnl nf Xieharieb MoNaul and Vary
llanoock, A.lininiairatora nf Hie e.tale f .'oho
llnncwk, late nf Pik. townahip, ClnaillalJ
eonnly, Pa, dcooaacd.
Parllal accoint of J.,ha Patton, Ktce.tm ol llic
eateleof Inaeph A. Oildw,l, lata uf Clearl eid
Bounty, Pa., doceeead.
Fln.l account of WillUat f. Digler, (luar llan of
John r. Khiuiell, uianr chill of W. Sklmrll,
lale i T Morna Hewnaklp, Clearfield county, I'a,
Fl-4 aocuint uf lllrea Woodward, (iu.r.liaa nf
Jaae P. Hogera.
Final ncoounl of lle.ry iM ,d Snrah Prit.
Admi.l.tratore nf th. ..tn, of Lorenn '.
Price, late of Pike lownak.p, Ciwrirld e. oi.ir,
Final aocannt af O.a.r Mileliell. Admiaiairaror
al Ihe ealnte nf Hhnrle. Weallell, lale ..f ' te.l
townahip, CloniDeld ooaaly, Pa , dcceaael.
Final acoonnt ol J. H. Kcaoe, Adreiol.tr.lor r f
the eeta,ie ed tlallkotar ilenie. lale ol form.
lo town. h p, Chtarkeld .onaty, Pa , ilecee-e i,
a? anal acoonnt of N. W. Ynang and Kl.ee Th "
aon, Admlnl.lraleri af the eatata of Willi.m
Thompaoa, ia'a of Fergoeoa teettubip, Clr'
old ooanty, Pa. , deoeaed.
Pertial aecnunl nf Jokn II. Lttla, aurrli ing A I
lai.lrator of Ihe auelo al'u. II. Ltlle, I-
Lumbnr City, CUardeld rnituity, Pa, uf.ar.1.
Final accooat oi W. H. IDok araun, Admlni!''1
( A. tt Oiekarson, lam vt riearflrld mJ
Vlrst and Anal aiwouatof iha W. fry a" I
sniby, AdtntnlMratort ftf Vraasifli V'f
lata f Chest township, Claaleld tuuaty, I' .
Final Mowwnt of JUa U. ftahrytaf and fil"
Maaaa, Adunittratars of tba iitrnoael a 'at "f'
Artbug alaaaa, lata tf Lswreaaa towaihip. ''-
Clttrltlw, Pea a a, Augnst il, lU.