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Gioeoi B. Gooolandib, Editor.
WKDNESDAT MORNING, SIPT. 31, till.
Render, If Jo waat to know ttbat 1, going bb
la tho bualB.a, world, In.t read our advertising
aolutaBe, tho Mjfeial oolamn IB paruealar.
Democratic County Ticket !
ms AifOOIATI JTIKIH:
JOHN L OI'TTLI. of CUarHeld Borougb.
JOUN BUCKIiNllKnHi , of Cb..l 'lewnebip.
FOR TKBAHVEKR :
JOHN W. WRIULKV, of Clearfield Borough.
roB COIKIT COMMI8B10NER8:
JOHN T. STRAW, of Ferguaoa Townahip.
JOHN FICAKD, of CorlngluB TowBiblp.
ros county auditor :
RKt'BKN PTRAW, of Jordm Towniblp.
JOHN W, I10WI, of l.owrtoo. Townahip.
t'OB COI'NTT coronkr:
Dr. JOHN 8. KANI, of DuBull Borough.
IUNT TO JUfT.
Tbe remains of President Garfield,
tbe twentieth President ot tho Unitod
States, wero placed in a vault at Lake
View Cemotery, near Cleveland, Ohio,
on Monday afternoon. At 3:30 tbe
procession entered tho cemetery, and
halted at the vault whore it had bcon
decided to place the roruains for a few
days. Bands playod "Nearer my God,
to Theo," as the cofltn was liflod from
the car and carried to the vault. None
of tho family except tbe two boya left
tbe carriage. Chaplain Jones, of Gar
field's old regiment, delivered an elo
quent addroeB. After tho singing of
eevoral hymns the benodiction was
pronounced, and mourners and escort
left the ccmotory. Tho members of,
tbo Cabinet except Blaine, returned to
Washington that evening.
Tbo President has issued a procla
mation calling for an extra session of
the Sonata to mcot Octobor 10.
Dry Up I An exchange says: "G on
oral Bailey shouldn't complain of Mr.
Wollo ; he has been a boltor himself.
Last year Bailey refused to support
the regular Republican nominee for
UongreM In bis district, and led a bolt
in behalf of the Greenback candidate."
A Good Cash Account. His slated
by our exchanges that Mr. Garfiold
loft about 25,000 worth of property,
f 35,000 of lifo insurance; Congress
will vote his family the yoar's salary
of 150,000 and it is confidently ex
pected the Field fund will run up to
9500,000. Drexol k Co. have given
f 10,000 and Col. Bonson increases his
subscription from (5,000 to $10,000.
A Third Tcrmcr. An exchange
says: "Tbe Ropublican candidate for
(Stato Treasurer, General Bailey, was
a third termer and voted for General
Grant on every ballot in tbe Chicago
Convention, and against General Gar
field. His election as State Treasurer
would be an endorsement of third
term protensions and repudiations of
President Garfield, as well as a posi
tive condemnation of those who pre
vontod Goneral Giant's rouomination."
A Tata Tkst. The "kickers"
against our present system of nominat
ing can learn a good lesson by con
sulting the popular vote table in this
issue. Tbo real tost was on Treasa ror,
because all the other offices to be filled
had donble candidates. The aggre
gate vote cast for the office indicated
was nearly 3,600, and if tho Craw
ford system had been in vogue, tbe
returns show that all the candidates
nominated on Tuesday last would
have been nominated anyhow undor
that system. Democrats, remember
that changes are not always improve-
A Two-Sided Casc. There is
town called Texarkana, lying partly
within Arkansas and partly within
Texas, with a broad street marking
tbo boundary. It has two Mayors,
and the Slate laws governing on one
aide have no binding force on the
other. Arkansas tnado a severe en
actmont against tbo freo salo ot fire
arms, whereupon tbe hardware mer
chants moved their stores to the other
aide of the stroot, thus going into
Texas, where the salo of revolvers,
like their use, is lroe. Tbe Arkansas-!
Mayor isnued a proclamation against
the sale of liquor on Sunday, greatly
to tbe advantage of tbe saloon men in
Texas, until the venders on the other
side moved over and regained their
Twici 8wor!. Vice President Ar
thur, who was at bia home In Now
York at the tiruo of President Gar
field's death, was notified of the aad
occurrence by Attorney General Mac
Voagh, in the absence of Secretary of
State Blaine. Gonoral Arthur took
the Presidential oath bofore Judge
Brady, in New York, early on Tues
day morning, tho 20th insL, and so no
tided tbe Cabinet, all ot whom except
Blaine and Lincoln were at Long
Branch when the President died. He
is now as fully President of tbe United
States, by the result of Guitoau'i bul
let, as though he had boen elected to
that exalted positron by the voters of.
the country. lie was afterwards sworn
gain at Washington by the Chief Jus
lice. We hope he will stick to his
oatha on tbig occasion ; because, If Mr.
Hayes and Secretary Sherman told
the truth five years ago, he practiced
the reverse. The reporters sent out
the word that he at.swered with em
phasis, "So help me God." We pre
en me Hayes and Sherman will give
film card to that effect.
A DAY OFMOURX1XH.
In Bocordunco with tbe proclamation
ol' President Art bur, indorsed hy limi
lur action on tlie part of several or the
Stuto (jovernera, Monday wan genor
eruly otmerveil tu a aeaaoa or humilia
tion, fasting and prayer, l'ublio opin
ion rceo'ni.e the propriety of thin rail,
and it was mot in an eurnodtly reftpon
ivo apiril in every section of tho conn-
try. At the first shock of tho great
allliction tbe aoula of men alood dumb
and not a low wero disposed to murmer
becauao the long and fervent petition
of the nation for the reoovery ol the
President bad not boon granted. These
doubts are now beginning to give way
to the wiser aecond thought oi tliatl
serene anu auomissive lanu wmuu sees
in every event of life the band of
One who doeth all things well. The
President over whose open grave we
mourn stootf ni a representative of the
great Republic, to tbe insignia oi whose
sovereignty bo bad just succeeded.
The diaaater which culminated on Sep
tember l!Hh was not simply porsotial
to him and family and friends ; it was
a Providential visitation upon tbe
whole body ot the people. It was to
moot that tbe day ol bia obsequies
should be dedicated to an acknowledge
mcnt of sins, national and Individual,
to humble and penitent .submission
and to an earnest invocation that the
Divine grace and favor may rest upon
tho United States and all its citizens,
SURFA CE IS DIC A TIOXS.
We will relate an incident that occur
red at Long Branch last Juno, whon our
Editorial Association was in session at
that celebrated seashore resort. Whon
the large ball room was thrown open to
tho dancers and spectators, with others
we took a Beat in a "siJe pocket" to
watch the fun. Tbe ball opened with
twonty-flve "gay and festives" on their
heels and toes. Finally, an old grand
father printer from the southwestern
part of the Stato "bunched us in the
ribs, inquiring : "Who is that man with
a white vest, white coat and whito
pants, who has been dancing for over
throo hours." We jocosely replied that
it was Governor Cooper, of Pelaware.
"Oh," said he, "1 ncvor was down
there in that pan-handle." A little ex
planation located him in Delaware
county, Pennsylvania, and a Senator
from thut section of the State who
wants to be Governor. "That little
rod-headed fellow dressed in white
muslin after tho Governorship; no in
deed !" Ho is Chairman of tho Radi
cal State Commiltoo, and his first cir
cular reads as follow b:
Pnaa Bis: Aftor tbe flrit Mnialion of Mr.
Wolfe 'a Independent oundidaor baa puMd, will
It not bo wi Republican policy to advortiM biu
aa little a poa.lble, for tbo remainder of thooota
paigB F Tbi. polio? haa bceB pureutd with ad
vaBtago at to Prohibitory, Ureonback and other
ido arrangement!, and iti wladom will, 1 tuioli,
bo more tbao ever apparcot la tbo pruaat 1b
atanoe. I bavo tbo honor 10 b(
Varj truly yoara,
Tuoo. V. Coorsa.
PBII.iDtl.rntl, September 18.
GuiTr.At's Buixti. Tho Now York
Sun gives this statcmoiit : "The labors
of Dr. Lamb at tho autopsy were very
long and trying, and tho attention of
the seven physicians who overlooked
bis work was held upon a tense strain
lor nearly an hour. One who was
present says that the internal organs,
having boen lifted out, wore deposited,
as is usual in autopsies, in a basin.
Then Dr. Lamb began a search for Urn
ballot near tbe psoas muscle, where all
oxpectod to find it encysted. He
searched carefully, but it was not there.
Then the search waB extonded toother
parts of the abdominal cavity, and fin
ally to points very remote from tbe
place where it was supposed to lie.
They examined vory carefully tho In
side of tbo trunk, from which the vital
organs bad also been romovod, but still
tbe bullet could not be found. Finally,
in despair, search was mado beneath
the viscera In tho basin, and there the
bullet was discovered In its cyst. The
tissue in which the cyst was formed
had boen cut away from the ribs by
tho surgeon's knife.
Who is the Wicked Pabtnxr?
The Boston Herald properly raised
this question a few days ago: "It hav
ing been asserted that Mr. Blaine,
'tho Premier of the Administration,'
doos not approve of tbe lengths to
which national aid and comfort have
been given to the Virginia Readjust
ee, considerable curiosity is manifest
ed to know who it is that is aiding tbe
coalition with Federal patronage, con
senting to the orcmoval ot recusant
office-holders at tha behest of Mahone,
and giving the consent of silence to
political assessments. Is thore a wick
ed partner somewhere in the adminis
tration ? The President's only public
words on tho subject were strongly
against any countenancing of repudia
tion. Who is helping to make the
Riddlcborgor robbory possible." There
is a rod somewhere, as tbo Into Con
gressman John Covode used to spell It.
Camkron Remarks. Some of the
more independent Republican news
papers, chagrined over the nomination
of Bailey lor State Treasurer, are pub
lishing the following curt dialogue
which took place a short tirao before
the assembling of the Ropublican Stato
Convention, betwoen United States
Senator Don. Cameron, and Stale Sen
ator Stewart, of Franklin county, who
was among tbe hall breeds in the last
Legislature. Road it:
Booalor CamoroB l4l woa't adattl of Boaatar
uavtoa' eanaidaey ror tbo Stato Troaaaryabip.
Booalor Stewart "But. Sooetor. tob reeaea-
bar you aeqoioaoed la Mr. Derlea' oaodidae; laat
Senator Caaioroa "Doo't fare, yoa day tall
11 woei yoa ptaaao, I won I allow 01 It, "
Yet theso same Republican inde
pendents," as tboy delight to call them-
aolre, still bow their nocks to the yoke,
and will vole for Bailey.
How TuiNoa CnANOB. A contem
porary in alluding to current events,
saya : "Tho death of Sonator Bornside
gives the Democrats a majority of three
on tbe opening of the Senate, before
the new Senator from Rhode Island
and the two Vow York Senators are
sworn in. Shonld all the Democratic
Senators be present, and Mr. ArtLur
then President of the United States,
thore would be nothing to prevent the
Democrats electing a President pro
tempore of their own faith boloro al
lowing the new Republican Senators
to be admitted. Once installed, a Dem
ocratic Prcwdont pro temporo could
not be ensealed, a m a fall Senate the
Republican and Democratic vote would
he tie. Senator Davis, of Illinois.
who might vote lor a Republican lor
President pro tempore, would hardly
vote to a nseat a Democrat once chosen."
C I.W ft. Id. ,
OLd II opt
K rKtiun ,
Tbo Democratic dcloirates elected
tbe preceding Saturday (litb) ansera
bled inttbo Lourt room on iuesuay
tbe 20th at 1 o'clock P. M., in accord-
ance with tho proclamation of tho
Tbo Convention was called to order
by the Chairman, Dr. Jiurchlield.
Tbe first business in order was a
call of theelection districts for tbe pur
pose of obtaining tbe names of the
Tbe following persons answered for
their boroughs and towDships :
Boroaiilo borough Jbo. B. Weliel, Jno. Toaer.
Clearflald borough Jamoa L. Learj, Wm. M.
MoCulloogb, lUrrj t. Blfler.
(Jurweoarilla ooroogb Kellj Draueker, Jamea
DuBoia borongh 8eth J. Mead, aoh Troby.
(Ilea Hope borough Jobs U. Ulaigow, Tboa.
HeuiKlalo borough Pat Dbob, Ford Todd.
Lumber City borough Jobo 6. ULehaela, II.
A. K.I Ij.
Newburg borcath Jaok EduittDdaoo, Iiarld
New WeahingtnB borough Fred ZimmtrmsB,
On-eola borough T. K. Clark. R. A. Campbell.
Wallaoetno borough Andy Clara, Thoa. Uoon.
Beeoaria towoahip W. J. UeCoy, Som'l bboff.
Bell toaorbii Kobert Mahaffey. 11. Bean.
Bloom towoiblp A. T. Bloom, Fidney Smith.
Bogga toTnehip Parld Meene, W. II. Pelora.
Bradlord lownihip N. P. WIIbob, P. Curley.
Brady towovbip JobnetoB llemiltoo, Jaoob
L. Wcater, Leala C. Beborb, Chtl.lleo Korb.
Bursaida towoiblp J. L ticruao, J. Thomp
aoo. Cheat townihip J. ft. K. Seboak, Lavronoo
Covingtoa townahip Dr. J. W. Potter, Cbaa.
Decatur townahip Derid Qaarbeart, W, A.
Ferguaon townahip C. fitraw, R. II. Moore.
Ulrard towniblp O. W. Hteerer, Jobn Mo
Ooebeo lowoablp J. K. Flegal, fiamaol Laot
barry. tlrahim townahip J. W. Turner, A. C. Dale.
Greenwood towuiblp--J. Curry, I. L. Hoorer.
Ilalich towoiblp U. C. Flynn, W. L. Darid
llueton towBihlp A. V. C. Hoaeakrana, W. C.
Jordao towniblp Jobs MoCAlllater, O. B.
Kartbeua townahip KJ. M'Cloakty, Martin
knos lowBahip U. F. Rote, Iieao Mayel.
Lawreoeo townahip Thomaa J. M'Cullougb,
Mi lea Heed, Jokn Hbaw, IlarHt Bloom.
Morrla towoiblp Leooard Kyltr, JohB M.
Molt, Frank Fulmar.
Pena townahip J. W. Ra'erty, B. W. Hrp
burs. Piko towoahip Kobert Bloom, R. Froomaa.
BoadT towniblp ej. Hlia'.r. Amne Kline
nloa lownabip Jobn welly, 1.. n. ureaaier.
Woodward lownabip A. B. Shot, W. A. larla.
The Convention was a full one,
oigbty-two delegates having answered
to their names. It was tlioretoro ap
oaront that a majority would be forty.
two in order to bring about a nomina
tion. At this point Dr. Potter, of
Covington township introduced the
louowing preamuie sou nwuiuuuuB :
Wiikrkas, Vit havf received the sad news
of the dt-ath of the Proaidi-nt ; therrlore we,
the renreaentativeai of the Democratic pnrty
itt' Ch-arlield crninly, in convention awM-mtik-d,
feeore, That we deeply deplore the great
public calamity that tiua iH-fallen ogr tifuitry
in the death of our Chief Maftiiitrate, and we
hereliy frive expremion to the hopes ol our
people that his successor in office may be
guided III hit sdministratiou of tho duties
thereof hy wine and prudent oonnaeui; that
all threatened evils may lie avoided and our
country continue In her present present pros
perity. That whilst we alihor the crime that has
brought so great a disgrace upon oiiroountrv,
we trust that the criminal shall tie speedily
tried and punished according to law. ami the
country saved any lurther uixgrace by mob,
violence or aowuwination.
That we hy this express our deepest sympa
thy wilh his aged mother and liereaved wife
and childratl in this hour of their sad afflio-
U nanimously adopted c-y a rising
In seconding the above resolutions,
n m. 31. .Mccuuougn, l'.cq., mado a
few appropriate remarks in reference
to tbe President's death. It was a
grand sight to see a Democratic
Convention pass resolutions of regret
and sorrow lor the assassinated
Prosidont. Ur. McCullough's remarks
wero listened to with ereat attention
The next business in order was the
appointment ot tollers, ilossrs. Jacob
lruby,ol JJuUois, andJobnston ilnmil
ton, of Brady, wore soloctcd.
Tbe Chairman then proceedod to
call otf the vote ot tbo ditloront town
l8ewbcre will be found the table
aa compiled ty tbe tollers. A soon
as the work of making up tbo tally
sbcot was finished the Convention pro
ceeded to voto for two candidates for
nomination to tho office ot Associate
The first ballot settled tbo Judge
quostion, aa loilows :
1 3 j ro' 1 jVrai
Bononaiia l-f Si; . 3'5 c
isib.b ril ?-r
TOWNSUIPd. it 8;i; i j I I
li 15 I ' ! ill
Boraeido Boroogb ll I
OlteMleld " I...-' I
CorwoBlrlllt " I 1
fi.Hoia 1 ...I I
Hlet Hopo , . J 1 ...j
HoBUdale " ...j...! I,
LamborClty " I I
Newburg I 1 ...:...!... .., ...
New Waahlogtoa I 1, I
Oeoeola " I ... ... I . I,
Wallaootoa 5:...:... I ...
Becearia Towaahip 3 1 ...I
Boll ll I
Bloom " I li I
Boa f ............ S... I ...
Bradford ., 1 ...... I
Brady ..,... I, 4 ... I
Buratldt " 1 I ...1... ,
Che.t I 1 ,
Oorinitoa I: I
Deeaiar " .. li I
Ferguaoa ..... 1 I;
Ulrtl " ....... t S ...
Ooahoa f , I 1 3 ...
Orahaan I ... I
tlreanwooa " I I
aolloa " ...... I I ,.
Buatoi I!...l... I
Jordaa " I ll I ...I
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Morril ... I ... Ij ...
Pena " 1 1 1 I
Pikt " ............ ... I ... I .
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Hossrs. (JatUj) and liockenherrr
uav mp, 1 wdi.vu iwi e(w Nie1.11 uy vt tun
delegatos, as well as of lb popular
rota, were declared the party nomi
nees for XssociaM Judge.
The next Jbntiness In order was tl
nomination of a candldato for County
VOTE (footed) of Clearfield County at the Democratic Primary Election,
held Saturday, September 17th, 1881.
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Treasurer. Tho names of tbo dolegales
being called, they answered as to tbe
table bolow indicates on tho first ballot:
: J I l
5 4 1 a ; m c
Illeo llupo "
Lumber City "
Oaceota " ....
lire, K.it, I "
Fergoeoo " ......
li ulicb "
At tho conclusion of this ballot a
motion was made and adopted to
suspend tho party rule that rcqnircs
six ballots to botuken befuro dropping
the name of the lowest candidate. The
seventh ballot was then ordered and
tho namo of the lowest candidate
dropped. Two or more ballots wero
tuken with tho following result:
Seh went 14
John V. Wrigley having received a
majority over all others was declared
tbe nominee for Treasurer.
The next business in oril.'r was the
nomination oft wo County Commission
ers and a ballot was taken.
Hero a blunder was committed by
eoeius fee.(wo feaiidlUttlOS. '1'hO tubu
lar statement is so scarified because of
the auccoasivo ballots that we aro una
ble to publish a detailed tabular state
ment of the first ballot. The aggre
gate waa as follows 1
This ballot showed that Mr. Straw
was ono ol tho nominees and that Mr.
Picard was next in the raco because of
tho popular voto bo had received Two
orthrco moro ballots wero taken with a
similur result. Then a motion pre.
vailed to reconsider tbe ballots taken
and voto lor but ono candidate. Mr.
Straw, of course being nominated every
timo. 'I'll 0 balloting fur the second
Commissioner continued tor some timo.
Finally all wero dropped except Picard
and Bloom, and whon the ballot was
announced it was discovered that tbey
were tied, 33 each, a number of the
delegates not voting lor either.) At
this point one of our excellent parly
rules was utilised, which slntes that
when a tio voto occurs tho candidate
having tho lowest popular vote shall
bo dropped. Tho clerks in turning to
thoir tubular etatomcnt (found else,
where in this issie) announced that
Mr. J'iciird bad rocoived ),0)S votos
and Mr. Illoom 91? votes. The name
of the latter was then dropped and Mr.
Picard was nominated by acclamation.
At this point thoConvonlion adjourned
until 8 o'clock.
I'pon reassembling it was announced
that Chairman liurchflcld would not
be present because ot tho illness of his
wilo, (who diod that night.) Socrotury
Wallaoe called tbo Convention to ordor
and the body procoeded to nominalo
two candidates tor County Auditor.
The first ballot for Auditor rosultcd
aa follows :
Mr. Straw having roceived a major
ity of tbp votos was declared one of
the nominees, fjevoral moro ballots
wore taken, tho last resulting 4f)
for Howe and 30 for Thompson, jobn
W. Howe waa thereupon declared one
of the nominees for Auditor.
There being no candidates announced
for Coroner the Convention adoptod
Dr. Kano, of Duliois, and Dr. Todd,
of Uoulxdale. A ballot waa taken
resulting as follows i
Kane 4)7 Todd Jo
Dr. Kano was then declared the
Next in order waa the election of a
Chairman of tbo Committee n. W,
Uelts, fisq., a unanimously chosen
to aerveas Chairman for tbe year Oo.
W. K. Wallaoo waa re-elected Secre
On motion J. W. McGheo, Johnston
Hamilton and Capt. T. K. Clark were
chosen Senatorial Conforoes to confer
will) (hose from Centra and Clinton
On motion, Dr. J. P. liurcbneld wa;
elected Representative Delegate to tbe
slate Convention, wltb li. al. liniDln
Through some particular smartness
the Convention refused to eloct Con
gressional Conlorou. Why elect Sena
torial Conferees and refuae to eleot th
othor I a piece of Inconsistency that
a Sunday school child would ignore.
More: If our Congressional Confer
ence is called before oqr next County
Convention meets, who possesses tbe
power to appoint y Thii Is likely to
occur. If o. then the trick will be
apparent, because) Clearfield will have
no voico in the Conference.
Some resolutions were ohVrod chang
ing cvr Primary system to the "Craw
ford System." Tbe delegate had no
moro moral or legal right to change
the system than any member of t'liat
body haa to "crib" his neighbor's borso.
It is a wonder that somebody did not
make a motion to choniro tho Consti-
of tho Stato. nr i.vmi I hot ,,('llw.
lilod States. They bavo the surae
or iu uo mat as mul wtiictt they
inplcd to do.
COUNTY COMMUTES OR I MM;!,
BOB. I TWP. NXHBRRB.
Burollda I'r. Uarld MehaS.y,
Cleerlleld " H. T. Broekbenk,
Curwooev'e " W. II. Thoonpaon,
DuBoia " John Well,
(lien Bona " Jobo lllndoian,
Ilouladaie " Kliaa 0. Howe,
Umber Cj " J. 8. Mleheela,
Newbnre " tliMid Worrell
N. Waah'l " Joba P. Peela. Kew W.il.in
Oareola " Thoinai K. Clark, Oieeola Milla.
Wallaeolln " . W. Kaii,b, Walleeelon.
Beeearia f'p. Jobs II Weld. Ctabrille.
Bell 11 Jetaea W. Mctihea, Cheat.
Bloom . " lleorge Korb, Foreit.
ltogi W. 11. Petera, Walleeeioo
" P. Curley, Wllliaoiag.ore.
" Johniton HaUiltlon. Lnlherebure.
" Daniel Uormaa, Now IVaiblnrtun.
" rrank Lelgev,
u II. Baoghinen,
" C. J. ehoir,
" Jamea ettwart,
" Ueorite K. Ueader,
reenwootl " Pi. Kreemen,
H. U.ll ml, Nttiilh'i Willi,
" Oeorjft W. WMr, FenAold.
- Ittvo bloom, AniooTille,
Joieph (jilliiitij, Tbrva Hum.
H. J.BInpiy, Nw Milljiort.
" O. P. Kre, Kjlerlnwo.
" John 11. K 07 lei, tiramiii.n J I i II.
M K. FrtfUin, CarweniTill.
" Altwivlrr Kl(tl, UuBi.ia
" Staion Weltjr, horkuu.
A. K luenbcrr, Iloutidk.
W. W. BKTT. Chirmn.
W, B. Win Are, Hwr.t4ry.
Alter tho Vice Prosidont, Chester A.
Arthur, wua sworn in aa President, he
issued the following :
Wasiiisoiom, September 22 Tho
following proclamation has just boen
issued by the President of tho United
Slates of America:
Whkhkas, In His inscrutable wis-j
dom it bus pleased Uod to remove from
us the illustrious hoad of the nation,
James A. Garfield, late President ol
the I'liited Slates, and
Whkhcas, ft is fitting that the deep
griel which has fallen upon all hearts
should maniluet itself with ono accord
lowan d tho throne of infinite grace and
we should bow bufoea the Almighty
and seek from Him that consolation in
our allliction and that satisfaction ol
our loss, which he is willing and ablo
to vouchsafe. Now, thorolore, in obe
dience to the sacred duty and in accord
ance with tbo desiro of tho people, 1
Chester A. Arthur, President of the
United States of America, do hereby
appoint Monday next, tho twenty,
sixth day of September, on which day
the remains of our honored dead will
bo consigned to their last resting place
on earth, to bo observed throughout the
United States as a day of humiliation
and mourning, and 1 earnestly rocom
mend all the pcnplo to assemblo on
that day, in their respective places of
divine worship, there to render alike
their tribute of sorrowful submission
to the will of Almighty God and to tho
reverence and love for the memory and
character of our lalo Chiof Magistrate.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused tho seal of the
United Stales to be affixed.
Done at tho city of Washington the
2U ot Soptomber, in tho year of our
Lord 1881, and of the independence
of the United States the one hun
dred and sixth.
CmtsriB A. Arthur.
By the President :
Jamks G. Hi.aini,
Secretary of State."
Mr. Arthur osnaot but reoogolat painfully
that bo It the moat unwelcome Preildent that
near aaeuiBed olBeo and Ibat Ibo flrrt taik before
him la to ororooooo tilt diltruat that la generallr
felt toward him ae tbe reproeontatira Bf a politioal
lehool which the aontimeot of the oounlry bae
moat earnaally condemned. Juat how much of
meaning at may attach to the worda abora quoted
or how muob meaalBg ha may girt to then by
nie eouou oeroaiter oeea BOt oe aieoueaed BOW,
Wo have no faith In Arthur, but we
dlssont from tl)e declaration "the r.iont
unwolcomo President that over assum
od oflice." There is another fellow
named Hayes, who was never elocted
yet, he was allowed to tako bis scat,
draw a salary ol 150,000 for four years,
and retire without Stripes. General
Arthur was elected according to law ;
but if we tako the 'testimony ol R. B,
Hayos and jobn Sherman aa truthful,
we are bound to assume that Arthur is
a scoundrel as a lluvcnuo Collector,
but he may be an angolas a President,
That, however, is a question for the
future. If Prosidont Arthur's Iricnds
disguise him in the garb of an honest
mail l 'nay bo a good thing for "the
Government" but It will take a pood
deal of plaster to cover the remarks
mado by Hayes, Shorman, etc. How
ovor, Arthur is no "Buckeye."
How id Tl!! Tho CYinron Demo
crat man sayi "Don. Cameron would
not even permit hi brotbor in law,
Wayne MaoA'eagh, an honored and
able man, to be endorsed by the llo
ptiblican Convention of Pennsylvania,
Let'RUBo MacVcagU n Garfield' Attor
ney General and chof prosecutor of
tbe Star route thieve and other gov
ernment plundorer. Can the Garfield
Republicans thorcforo endorse Cam
eron by voting Jor his nominee for
Stato Treasurer ?
Ill Din ix It. A reporter inter
viewed Goneral Grant a few day a Jo
in order to find out what truth, if any
there was, In tha tory of tho Now
York Evtning Post that he bad accu
ed tiencr.! Hancock p( promoting a
wlndlo upon the people of ivoultiana.
Gonoral Grant said: "1 saw tbo charge
made by the rust. No man, so far aa
1 know, ever made the charge of cor
ruption against Goneral Hancock. I
never did, nor did I ever have any rea
son to do so."
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14; SO 1
TH E XE IV PRES1DEX T.
Tho lluiTisuurg Patriot in ulluditig
to tho houd ol tlie ineoiuinir udiuinia
trution says: President Arthur is a
politician who bus s nulled human lis
turo in tho monoirenieiit of campaigns
in cw lork, an. it is to bo exnectod
that be will apply the knowledio thus
acquired in his lieiitment of public
aiiairs. lie begun the oilier day by
delivering an inniigural address in-
tenilnd to dispel tho suspicions with
winc h a large oloment in his own par
ty regarded his advent to the Presi
dency. Ho felt himself under tho no.
cessity of promising tho public that ho
would not dot.art from tho irenoral
course of policy marked out by bis
Inmcnlod predoccssor. He hastened
to give tbo promise, but ho gave it In
rery guarded, if not definite terms.
Me gave it because ho believed it nec
essary so to do in tinier to quiet the
apprehensions and suspicions engen
dered by his personal and noliticul re-
lations with Conkling, Grant and
othor prominent stalwarts, no will,
therefore, not make any iramcdiuto
changes in the Cabinet, nor tuku any
political stops of any consequence
until aftor tho November elections.
But long before tho next session ol
Congrern shall have como to an end
it is moro llinn probable that tho Now
York politician will have thrown off
tho cloak that fell upon him from tho
shoulders of tho nation's murlyr.
THE ASS AS SIX.
UNDER TIIS ClRCirMSTAMCES.
Wasiiinotok, Soptomber. 21. Gui
toau retired lat Avo.mn.r immA,iiB...i..
ajlor dark, and slept soundly until 0
iii-iocK mis morning, W'lhont awaken
Ingonco. At this hour he asked for
his breakfast, w hich. alloi rniinivin,
he devoured in an almost ravenous
mannsr. ji0 inquired ot the guard on
Vv " ,hr was any oxcitomont out
side. V, hen Miswered thero was not,
ho said ho no r. i :
ru, toBiuu any sen
ous consequence froia th, hands ot a
moo; mat ne oenevcd that the people
ol America were a not rinf in n. I- j
. ,,, r , t 'l'i", anu
ho would bo allowed a fair ana jst
Till QI'IIR DISTRICT LAWS.
Everything at tho jail is quiet this
morning. Guitoan is described as
being restless, but he alternately reads
and writes. He is thought to be
writing his reflections on tho shooting
auu iuu i.rcsiuoiiis oeulli It is gou
orally thought by those who have ex
amined the statutes that fiiiiti.mi nn
not bo convicted of mnnlor nml,.r ll,..
district laws, and Colonel Corkhill is
now PRiil to entertain that opinion,
HiMAToiiAbCoNriRlNci. The Sen
atorial COnfereoa tor I ha promt tna onm.
prising the 34th district met at tho
BrockcrhofT House, Bellefonto, on
Thursday, the 15lh of September. On
motion, Col. W. H. Moore, of Clinton,
wa chosen Chairman, and L. J. Mor
gan, of Clearfield, Socretary. The roll
boing callod, Col. Moore and Dr. J. V.
Larimer answered for Clinton; L.J.
Morgan and William Woodward for
Clearfield, and J. P. Genhart as a anh.
Blitutetfor F. p. Miisscr, for Ccntro.
un, motion ot Air. ucpuarl, Major H.
a. rorsicr ana i tiray Meek won
substituted for 11. A. McKee and C
Uerlintrer. On motion of Maior UY,
tor the conferees from Clinton and
Clearfield woro authorised to cast
throe votes each for their respective
counties. Tho following person were
men niuncu as senatorial aelcgutcs
Col. W. II. Snnnsnn. nf flinlnn. I.M
A. Bigler, Esq., or Clearfield; L. G
Lingle, Kso., of Ccntro. The ballot
ing resulted as follows :
A. Bigler, Esq., or Clearfield; L. G.
It I . 1.1 ... . . . n.. . ...
I at. 3d. 3d.
Mr. Lino-lo havino. rccoioiwl a mtnl.
ty of tbo voles cast was declared the
euuieo oi me convention anu bis elco
tiou was mado unanimous.
W. II. jjlooux, Chaii raon.
L, J. Morqan, Secretary.
A New Kiei.d An exchange states
toai Aiieiuown, tun mato, will in a
short timo have the most complete and
extensive silk works in the Unitod
Slates, the Adelaide mills will, in a
low aays, go Into operation and wil
employ 800 hands. The work, includ
ing machinery, will bavo coat, when
oompleted, lj50.00Q. Tho idea was
ooneoivod ty (he board of trado, which
induced prominent oititens to take
hold of it. It will give employment
principally to women and girls, for
wnom mere lias niinertouoen nostcady
Tin DiapIiY Bi llet. Tho bullet
which was out from President Gar
fiold' body at the autopsy was given
into tho bands of Dr. Bliss, who imme
diately handed it over to tho cuslody
Of Private Secretary Jlrown. Mr,
Brown carefully wrapped tbe bll and
sealed the packago, and will presw. tt
it till lucb time a It mav be needed In
evidenco at the trial ol Guilcao. Th
fractured vortebrae i In tbo hand of
a scientific gontloman who is cleaning
and proparlng It, after which It will be
placed on exhibition In the national
medical museum in Washington pity.
Hough on Hott. Minnesota haa a
(iovornor who haa served thro term
and who is aniou ta yiit, but he
ha made such good Governor that
the people are determined to run him
for a fourth torm against hi will. A
Republican paper lays w don't have
that kind of Governor in Pennsylvania.
THE XEW PRES1DEXT TAKES
A SECUXD OATH.
HE READS HI INAlillCIAL ADDRESS WITH
el urn composure.
Wasiiiniitun, Sept. Slid. President
Arthur look the oath of office at the
Capitol to-duy in the prusuiice of tbe
Cabinet, Ihu Justice of tbo Supreme
Court, a few Senutors and Congress
men, (ioneials Sbennitu, Grant and
others, lorty in all. Chief Justice
Waite, In lull robes ot oflice, adminis
tered the oath. The President was
calm and comiiiwod, ami the response,
"So help me, God," came in firm tones
and without a tremor. The Prosidont
Hi on read from manuscript notes the
TUB INAUGURAL ADDRESS.
For the fourth time in the history
of the Republic its Chief Magialrato
bus been removed by death. All hearts
are filled with grief and horror ut the
bideoua ciimo which has darkened our
laud, and the memory of the murdered
Prosidont, his protracted sulforings, bis
unyielding fortitude, tha example and
achievement of hi life and the patho
of his death will forever illume the
pages of our history. For tho fourth
lime the officer elected by the people
and ordained by the Constitution to
fill a vacancy so crusted is called to
assume tho Executive Chair. The
wisdom of our father forseeing tho
most diro possibilities made euro that
the Government should never bo im
perilled because of the uncertainty of
human lily. Men may die, but tbe
fubrics of our freo institutions remain
unsbuken. No highor or moro assur
ing proof could exist of tho slienglb
and perinanoiico of popular govern
ment then the fact that, though tbo
chosen one of tho peoplo bo str.ick
down, his constitutional successor i
peacefully installed without shock or
strain except thosorrow, which mourns
tho bereavement. All tho noblo u.-uj. ra
tions of my lamented predecessor,
which fouad, expression in his lifo, tlie
mousures dovised and suggested duriug
his brief adminirtruuoii to correct
abuses and enforco economy, to ud-
Vance prosperity anu promote the gen
oral welfare, to ensure domostic secur
ity and maintain friendly and honora
ble relations with the nations of the
earth, will be garnered in the hearts
of tho people, and it will be my earnest
endeavor to profit and to see thut the
Nation shall profit by his example urn!
experience. Prosperity blouses our
country. Our fiscal policy as fixed by
law, is well grounded aud generally
approved. No threatening issue man
our foreign interests and tho wisdom,
integrity and thrift nf our people may
bo trusted to continue undisturbed the
present assured career of peace, tran
quility and welfare. The gloom and
anxiety which have enshrouded the
country must make repose especially
welcome now. No demand for spocdy
legislation has been heard ; no ade
quate occasion is apparent for an un
usual ecsnion of Congress. Tbo Con
stitution defines tho liinctions and
powers of the Executive as clearly us
those ol either of the other two de
partment of the Government, un 1 he
must answer for tho just exercise ol
tho discretion it permits nnd the per
lornianco of tho duties it imposes.
Summoned to theso high duties and
responsibilities and profoundly con
scious ot their magnitude nnd gravity,
I assume the trust imposed by tlie
Constitution, relying lor aid on Divine
guidance and tbo virtue, patriotism
and intelligence of the American peo
plo. After tho rending of the uddress by
tho President. Secretary Ulsino stepped
forward and grasped the President's
hand, and after him tho other other
members of tho Cabinet and othors
present shook hands with tbe Presi
dent. Mr. Hayes arrived at tho Capi
tol soon alter the ceremony of taking
tho oath was concluded, and in com
pany withGeneralGrantshortly after
wardj left tbo Capitol.
TUE CABINET TO REMAIN.
A Cabinet meeting was held imme
diately after the ceremony of adminis
tering tho oath. A proclamation was
then signed by tho President, designa
ting Monday noxt, that being tbo day
on which the funeral is to tuke place,
a day of fasting, humiliation and
pruy throughout the country. No
othor btinines was transacted. The
members of tUo pro3ont Cabinet wero
requostcu to retain tboir rospoctive
positions, to which they individually
assented. It is authoritatively Uarned
aa well as indicated by tho President's
inaugural, that there will be no eesxioii
of Congress until the regular session
in uocomner next.
E LEV EX ACTS IX AX VXFIX-
1st Tbo band of "Mrl." at Phlr-a.m
liledi'ed to eecuro a third torm for
General Grant, and a restoration of
mo ow onlor or things as practicod
uunng urani previous ailminislra
2d Tho overthrow or tho ".W and
tbo nomination of James A. Gurfiold
bv the Indeneridonts. (Mmatnr A
Arthur being put upon the ticket as
peaco oiienng to tlie "3U0 '.
3rd Tho overthrow ol the Independ
cnt bosses in Maine.
4th Tho treatv at Montnr. nnimtlainil
by Simon Cameron, followod by tho
luiuiimcnt oi its terms by tho ' Mm. "
The purchsso of Indiana, and uso of
tho Slar liouto stealings, and the
funds wrung from tho people through
tho "business eosro."
5th Tho pnrchaso of Mahone, and
consequent cupluro of the ynited
(ith Tho nomination of Kolierlson,
rocoived as a renndialion. hv ll.n
Independents, of tho treaty of
7th Declaration nf war hv ll.n unnn '
Itesignation of Mesar. Conkling and
Platte and an annnal tn ihn n.mnlA
through the l.ugjslaturo of I ho
great atate ol .New York
8th Aoccptat.co, of the offer of war
by the administration, and a nnn
centration of ll powor to crush
onming and tbo ";i0."
nth Assassination of Jan. A. Garfield
paralysing the Administration.
10th Victorv of tha "SflR" In Ik.
nomination of one of their number
VV a Pcnnavlrania unnpiinilnn
brought about liy anticipation qi"
death of tho prosidont, and a conse
quent change in the Administration
io me nanus oi tho "300.
11th Death of Jamaa A f:nrfi.,l,l ...A
acoossion of Chester A. Arthur to
the 1 residency,
Th reader of mi rout oyeuts
recollect that the Washinirlon rooort.
ors (Uled at the time Gitean fired the
lecond shot at Gen. Garfiold in tho
depot In that city : "Now, General
Arthur will be Prosidont "
Good Advici. It you keep your
itOmaoh. 'Vr ttiilnnve In ,.r...
working order, you will prevent and
l" v mr me greater part ol the ill
that afflict mankind In this or any aeo-
tl"n. Tbore is no mariielna Un..
that Will do this an nnir ltltr nr .,,..1.
as Parkor'a Ginirer Tnnir erkink .n
leenro a perfectly natural action of
tuuaw iiii.uiiniii organ witnout Inter
fering in the least with your daily du
lies. See advertisement, 9 28 4L
Lumber For Sale I
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mt Otra 2Uwtiifuifut.
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AIMIKIMTRATIIK, nut,,.,, v
la B.rel., gi.ea Ibat Leu.,, , AiilT
ll. a iib tbe e.l.ie i.f JnsKPII Mil L I m
i ol Morrla U.wmlil.. t'l.aiheld e.uin.V, J '",
belli. I tru dulr (reniel hi li e oi.om,
.,.,.. i.. ... I ..,1 all
j immediate t-aenent, aad Iboee keiit,tf .'i','.
aeuianoe ogaiaei uie eeuia will j reirm tbF,
erljr eu'Lei liretrd for erttleinri.t. an),,,ut
i ll.ron nouKK, A.lu. ,,'
I K li roan, I'e , Augutt SI,
11 I'HV I.IMT Naineaand ,.u,t
, brreoae diewn ae jurure 1.1 ler.e i st(1,'j(
orr lerio, c-iiuuieneing un iue ..unb M ,1,4,
(jl'-lb), sill oobliBulng two wreki : '
(mono Wbsk .Uoaim, Oaoam i,K
H : tinler, Clearfleld, (Juie.h Weilly Tj(flt
lUarjr Welear, " T. Itenen,, 'ii, ,k
Ji.ea. Boji.ton, " lleurn-e Own,,.
AilrBlelor, Curwello, Lei 1 . Idee, Oalivk
U. Illrara, llnuuuaio, rat. riyno. II
J 11. Ilimllton, '
Jno H. hbnlf, Oloeole,
W. A. Criet, "
I CaonpBiaa, Wallaro'B,
Hool.en Unli-r ,.r :
M. II. Fljnn, I',,.,, '
Arnold bloi.ni. I .fc,
i. B. I'h.mbrn. "
M-m. Blananer, oen,
Cjrua A. Wnoil, HloomJKii't MrCruken,
laaao Beiib, biHfre, IJaanee H ue,
J I) Kaala, liuiu.ije, A.b Blreol.ti If-, f,cd.
A.llusnener.CoTinKtou J. D. Kane, ,.
Tboa. l.euioortt " Ntebolaa lii-rji-u,
0. Hcboarre, " j Oalid l.yoni,
titephoa Teal, lletalur, jlbeiaaa IVaj ne,
Wa. tho underaifnorf, bereliv eertiTj ibat ta,
foregoing Met ol noioee of peraoni were Jreet, ij
Be oa tbo Ulb day of JbIj A. ll. Ibel, a. Uraad
and Travetee Jurura ftr tbe bilenil.tr Term (
Court, eooioieoetng cn tbo fourlb Mi.n la,.
oorreet, and wae drawn aeoording to ke, ia ae.
eordeaoe with aa order of tbo lli.o Cbailo a.
Mecr, Troiident Judiro of tbo aaid Court.
JAMKS MAIIAFFIY, Sbenl
A. J. JACKSON,
II. 11 K I Oil K,
JorT Cotnuil..:,,! r;,
ClrarneM, l'a., Juljt 17tl. lesl-to.
BY irlu of writ of t'ura Kieia$ iu,J
but oi lh Court of Cotnnog FUaf of i'.(r
UtlJ euurtttIrcnti', nd to u dirvetid, thor will
be tipoifd to )'t BI.it' (AI.K, t tfa Court
Iludi)(t ia ta borough of C .Mr field, rM on
Ou lltumday, Keptenibrr Uttlli, 1Hh,
At 1 o'clock P. M., tb follow ing dftoiibtd rat
citato, to wtt ;
All tt.nl trcrt of lai d fltinte In .Iwrdjit !,.,.
ihlf, ClfirCul J CL'UD.J, b.HHItiw-tJ ftliJ dvH7,t..
d 4f (iilluw: JJephiLing ml a Ullen whito o :
thot.ee bj lai.l ol IhuUini lteoutb 62, dcrtt
woit Hi percbet too poit , tbcnro by lti,.J . f
lUfl liU in onutb "k tlfffriM-i t 1 76 ft hi
percbt. lo o h tuluck : iti'tn hy Utrl i,f M r.ao
ft tuuifuiy fuil WiliUm 1. liii-hoj'( eutc m"nh
6? dojtrceifMt I N Jl 10 porcbsa ton. Iinle -k ;
thrueo It Imnl of Jmc and Pavid Wither
oortb H-i dogrora t ITS perchi ti jiUe nf
bfjricntog. cu&tkiain HO oorea ai.d l.'j 2 ID
ptrclira ind allowiijce, HQ arref, moro i,r If
sleartd. aud a iiiiall orehanl win thtrrt u,
ud bavin j tbcrous trcctoJ a lug b-mto tt .( i,,
Hilt 'd, tuken in exti-utiun nod ti b. ii,,.
n ty ol ti. V. I'tttttain, LirtnLdaiit, an i .:ju. i
.ihbiT, totre toriaot.
Terhb or Sale. Tbo prino or iuin at wiii,-B
tbo proportT shall bo truck iff mum b n
tho timo of aalo, or urb other arrai.. iN'nt
Btad aa will bo approvod, otborwiao l be ptur
tj will bo lmtnodiately put up and mid niiLkt
tbo txpDo and rUk of tho porron to it
waa atruck otf. and who, in cno of dt-firirnr? t
auth ro-aalo, aball tnako gond tho rioi, thi in
no luiunoo will too uocd ba prcinnuU ta i. ,u ri
for oon6rmatiijD unlont tht mouM I ". i.-, 1 v
paid to tlie Shfr.ff, JAJ. M aUAM i. V ,
Hoinirr'a Ornca, t RhriT
OUarfiold, Pa., Aug. 31 , ISill.
BY (ittuo of writa of Vmrtitioni K'j-ntt,
ficiird out (f tbo Cnnrt of Ci-muion l'V, ,,(
titaifield cnui.t.v, and to lu i!frirti J, 1 v.
wr to putiJl) fale. ft tl.e Ciml Ji'U mil
bcruiiU (, Ckaruold, in
On lliurmlay t ptt-niler 3(th,
At 1 c'clo.k P. .M,tU fuJowtns dtmriUil rl
otar, lo it i
A1 that certain niiti;e or pitc of pp.-ml
ia tl.o l,u:ct!Kh ol ttrccnii, Cl'srlHIJ
riruiiv, lit n; hariia, U uiidtd aid difnlf. m
f!i!i,i, In wit : "u ido D'Ttb ly Cintiu frfrt,
,n tlin nut 1-jr Uei.ty tUry, un ihu r'fjih tj
Cprui'i- trei', add oq ib wait by Lot
in thti ftiterul (.un of raid Itoruitb, and haun
ti.er.'in ructrd a plo.k bco one turj bU, II
bjr 21 f o.
Tl.at certain fcc of griiut,.) ituat ia tht , r
ifu.t,h f O'ooola, bciiodrd ou the Durtli h li!e
dtmi, on tt.o rat ky K)sWtb ftrrrt, un H,t
lonth by t!i. l ( b tf l.cta No. TVi. ar.'l "V,
on tha wot by 301 ir.in at N'm. IVJ ai1(J . no
in tb itriieTiai pian of raid brtuh, hving tha
aiu io'1 or li i ol priitrHl c- nrtMtd ly i ho M u
fbanaiffl lUnd and Lumber Ouwpan , Ly J'd
dated 1 7 1 h day of Mav, It .2, ar.d bat in a il.re.i
oreetrd a fittua houro one aaJ oca-bait rtnrui
Tliat rrttain pieca of (irocal ifu(o ta td
town ot W eft Orr30a, ClturfltM oouoty, IV nn .
bgir.t.ing at a int ituinp ; tfctneo eail two hun
dred IHt ; tbaaeo north tfty feet ; thence rt
two bundrod lett ; ibonoo aoutb blty ftet In iht
plaeo ot brgioning, and ha? ing thoreon etfetf.) a
two-a.ory plank bouio with beUrmont ; tlo a
alalia and other eutbuildiDgi.
All of Anooittion'l Intoroat ia atfcer trrtiia
pleeo of ground in tbo borough of Oicoola. Clear,
field count j, Ponn'w, bounded and dfurilw"! tt
follow! ; On tha north by Harab atrect, od l he
rait by Lot Ho. Sl, on tho aooth by MocliiDann
alley, arid oo tho wait by Lot No. KM, being bit
by 160 foot, and tViown in tbo general plan of mm!
boroogb aa Lot No. 2C.U, and bating ereelcd titer,
oo a Ira ma hoaao and othor outbuilding. ,
All of AiKh'tation't interoat la oca other ob
tain lot ot pieoo of ground in tho boroagS of (ii
coola. Cleurliald oounly. Psan'a. bounded a I
dtonbed aa follow: tin tho north by tarda
treat, on tho aatt by Henry alley, on tbe inutb
by Spruce alley, on tho wt by Lot No. HI?, r.i
known In plan of aaid borough m Lot No.
and having t hereon erected a frame boat at.l
All of A'loolatton'a intereet Id one nthoe cer
tain lot or pieoe of ground (110810 fn tb tn of
Wait Oaceula. Decatur townihip, Clearfield Cu.,
Pann'a, bounded (cllowi, lo wit l lt-ginning
at a pina itnmp ; tbenco oaat two hundred ft :
tbenoa north fitly feet ) tbonoe weit two hundred
feet ; tbauoa twuth Afty foot, to tho pleoe of be
ginning, being tho aatne lot of ground now ia
puiictMi-B of Jamea B. Cole, and having tl.ert.in
reeled a frame home aad other oalbuii lingi.
All of AiiotiiatlrVi Ictereit In one other cer
tain lot or piece of ground litnato io the binouitK
of Oictola, l Uatleld county, l'ana'a, bounded a
tha north hy llalo itroel, on Iheetwt by Kltitbnh
it reel, on the louta by one-hair each of Lot No.
7V9 and No. -tett, and known at half of Loti Nr..
Jvit and No. SIH) ia general plan of aaid boron lb
m Lot No. , being tbo earn pieoe or lot ut
ground conveyed by tho aloibennon Land ard
Lumber Company, by dead dated Tib. War, Ir-Ti,
and having thereon erected a frame houie one
and one-half itoriet ligh and uther outbuilJiogi.
All AflwIaHon'l intereet In one other eerleia
pieoe or lt of ground litoate lo the borough f
Oioeala, Clearleld oounty, Pcnn'n. bootniuJ on
the norik by Lot No. MS, oa tbe eeit by He-e-tur
alley, on the inulb by Lot No. 17ft, and ia
tha weil by rllanohard itrvett and known ai l.jt
No, 3T1 in the general plan of aaid bfrou,,h, end
having thereon erectal a frame houae and o'.bet
All of Araociati'an'a inteot tn one ntber lit or
pieeo of ground aiiuate in tbe twirough of t)eeoli,
Clearfield county, PcnVa, bonnded oa I he bono
by Pina alley, on the aait hy Iterator alley, on
tha lo-. ih by Lot No. 148. and om the w.'.t bv
Blanebard it reel, and known at Lot No. Ui ia
general plan of aaid borough, and hating ttiereo
erected a frame home and oiler oo'butl.Jmit-
Seiied, taken in exeootiog and tn be I'ld M
tha property or tho (t.eeola Building and loan
A certain Iract of land iltutte in Hmtrm town
ihij", C'lfarleld oounty, Prnaivlranfa, Beglnntg
at a poll Ihe nor'hwrjit enrner of lot dniti by
J. T. Leonard and wife to Uenrge K Willitni;
thanoa north tl elogreea weit U7 perehn to a
hemlock I iht nee worth ItV degree eail HO per
ohea lo a hemlock tbe north weit urn-our uf Ihe o
oalltd Purdtil lot tbeuno eouth II decree eaut
147 prrohoi to tho north out eoroer ol the tleo.
K.Wtlliami Int. ibeno loath fill degree! wit
110 perchee lo Ihe plaee of beginning, pnniaiainf.
!) aoret mora or kea being part of warrant .V,
Another piece Wf inning at a jrt Ihe otk
weal oornaruf above nameil (leorge K. William
lot) thenoe north H drgreea et.l el pen-bei :
IbftWM north III degreee oait 1 perrhei: thenea
S7i oVgreeaeaii Sr) perebea n a poit the ti'h
eaal eorner of lld illiain lot ; lhene looth 11
degreee eal T6 perehak to the north Una of wr
rant No.aonti lheno louth V drgreoi weitll"
ptrchea to a p-,l la eaet lino of land of rtnli
Cooker j thenoe north Zl drgreei weit tT perchn
ta plaee or bdginning, eonuining St arrei more
l-Hi., and eteeptiug and reeerving Un ami deed
d by Jae T- UourJ and w.fe lo Mm Ureeoard.
Belied, taken in exeet(r,n and to be iold ai tlie
proper "f J"bn 0. T;ler,
A eetlali lot of land ill .ate In lb borough o(
Buroiida, Clearteld eoiutty, Pa i No. 1 he.r.
known ae lot No. T la plan or laid boronf.
Inntingan Maple at reel and bounded north l-f
lot No. li, eeit by an alley, and eutt. hr Fifth
Iroet, With imnrovemenle hit in ik.r...e artfJ
pUnk boate, Bell liable abd other outbutUmiri.
Ho. I. a Iracl nr lot tf U.J 1. ..l k raih.
Wownded aonh by Filth Hreel, eail by Maio itreet,
""I oy .oo buequehanna river, and wet "7
H alaut atreet. eBi.i(f. r... ...... .. imi.
throo and T IM perrhee, having erected a lent
plnk banee, frame atehlo, oarpeolr ihp and
other outbatldinge ; a'w a jaunt rc&ard ot ab. ul
Bid, (nkeo l eieuitoa and to ba cold ai (ha
property of Jobn tt. Headere m.
TlRHt OF Bu n The .Lm e ma tat hif-h
the property aball bo atru.k of will We paid at the
timo of aala, o? tuoh .Mber arrangement! maleM
will b approved, otherwise tbo property will
Immediately pit up and iold again at the e
M"l riik of th per(H.n to whom ii wm atruck
n4 who, In taoo of delnteney tt lueh r
hall make good tho eeme, and la no IniUnea
will Uo eo4 ho pre tea led in Court for ooalrma
tiow unicM the money la actually p'
IkehJ. J A MR') MaHAFKRY,
Bwanrpr'e Orrtca, I 6 her 11.
demrifl. Po, Aog.ll.1MI.