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ratal hen T ARTIUVs PROCLAMATION.
WASHINGTON, November 7.—The fol
lowing proclamation was issued from
the department of state to-day:
By the president of the United-States
of America—A proclamation : It has
long been tbe pious custom of our peo
ple, with the closing of the year, lo
look back upon tbe blessings brought to
them in the changing course of tbe sea
sons, and to return solemn tbsnks lo
the All Giving Source from whom they
flow. And although at this period
when tbe falling leaf admonishes us
that the time of our sacred duty is at
hand, our nation still lies in the shad
ow of a great bereavement, and tbe
mourning which has filled our hearts
still finds iu sorrowful expression to
ward the God before whom we but late
ly bowed in grief and supplication. Yet
tbe countless benefits which have show
ered upon us during the past twelve
months call for our fervent gratitude,
and make it fitting that we should re
joice with thankfulness that tbe Lord
in His infinite mercy has most signally
favored our country and our people.
Peace without and properity within
have been voucbsaied to us. No pesti
lence has visited our shores. The abund
ant privileges of freedom, which our
fathers left us in their wisdom, are still
our increasing heritage. And if, in
Crta of our vast domain, some affliction
a visited our brethren in their forest
homes, yet even this calamity has been
tempered and in a manner sanctified
by the generous compassion for the suf
ferers which has been called forth
throughout our land. For all these
things it it meet that the voice of the
nation should go up to God in devout
homage. Wberelore 1, Chester A. Ar
thur, president of tbe United Stales,do
recommend that all tbe people observe
Thursday, the 241h day of November,
inst., as a day of national thanksgiving
and prayer, by ceasing, so far as may
be, from their secular labors and meet
ing in their several places of worship,
there to join in ascribing honor and
praise to Almighty God, show goodness
has been so manifold in our history and
in our lives, and offering earnest pray
ers that His bounties may continue to
us and to our children.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused tbe seal of tbe
United States to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington this
fourth day of November, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and eighty one, and of tbe indepen
dence of the United States the one
hundred and sixth. (Signed.)
CHBSTXK A. A st Ma.
By the president:
JAMBS G- BLAINB,
Secretary of Stale.
WHBNBVBR your doctor would give
you iron and Cod Liver Oil, the homeo
pathist would give you sugar and simiiia
■imilibus curaniur. Smile at both, and
The Confederate Bend Babble.
Prom the Washington Pud.
The epitaph upon the scheme to
simulate a value for Confederate bonds,
will probably be a portion of the one
so toucbingly inscribed to tbe memory
of the defunct boiler of a Mississippi
steamboat, which bad suffered from
too much pressure—"And all of a sud
den the old thing busted." Invest
ments in these securities, either with or
without tbe attachments, which a la
mented friend was accustomed to desig
nate as "oowpens," are not likely to be
profitable unless tbe buyer disposes of
the same, on a rising market, and with
in a very short time after becoming the
owner. The last purchaser is certain,
however, to have the bag to hold ; and
the explosion of (be bubble is not a
great way off, in all probability.
So far as is now known, tbe late Con
federacy, since the time of its involun
tary retirement from business, now ap
proaching seventeen years,pi as had no
money or other assets in tbe Bank of
Eoglsnd or any other bank or moneyed
institution to pay its bonds, floating
debt, or outstanding notes, or even sat
isfy iU landlady. If there were or be
any such money or assets, all belong to
the United Hut of Amerioa, and lo no
other Government or person whatso
ever, In this view tbe landon Times
concurs by declaring that our right to
property in Europe is "apparently un
deniable." Both the want of funds and
the claims of the United States stand
In the way of any realisation of even a
percentage by tbe holders of any of
Some of our ignorant oountry cousins
peroaa tbe water seem to think that
tome sort of pressure may be effectually
brought to bear upon the Southern
States to pay a portion of this former
indebtedness. Nothing could be more
idle speculation. The unwillingness
and inability of the South to do such a
thing, go hand in hand. The result of
the war not only rendered worthless the
debt of the Confederate Slates, but it
forced each Stale to repudiate its sepa
rate war debt, which was t'ona in 1865
and 1860. No citizen ol the Union,
North or South, would bo willing, if he
could, to recognize any |iortiQn of a
debt which is as dead as the cause for
which it wns issued—upon the success
of which it was based.
It is allowable to gamble in all sorts
of securities from sbures in the Society
for the Amelioration of the Man in the
Moon, to the Patagonian Cheese Fac
lory. Limited, but all such, as well as
investments in Confederate bonds, are
strictly for tho account of the venture
some individual, who, in this way, seeks
to add to his cash, and are solely at bis
His Extraordinary Appeals for Finan
President Arthur and the New York Ilcrald
Asked to Contribute-His Circular Ayainst
the Oneida Community.
Since his arraignment Guiteau has
written dozens ol letters to the press
and to public men, but none of these
have been given out by Mr. Scoville.
Lately the assassin has taken a great
interest in bis defense, especially as re
gards the financial part of it. It is said
that some time ago be wrote a letter to
President Arthur, iu which he said,
"that, as the instrument of the I,ord,be
had promoted him (the President) from
an $B,OOO position to one paying A'K),-
000, it was but just that ho should give
a portion of the latter sum for his
(Guiteau's) defense." Of course this
never reached the President. A few
days since Guiteau wrote another appeal
for financial aid, but this time it was
addressed to the proprietor of the New
York Herald. It seems that in 1874 the
Herald wrote up Guiteau lor failing to
pay over money he bad collected for
certain parties, and he commenced pro
ceedings against the paper for crimiual
libel. This is the suit which he refer*
to in his letter to Dennett, which is as
James Gordon Bennett, Key :
DEAR SIR : I desiro to call your atten
tion through my brolber-in law and attor
ney, George Scoville, to the inclosed ac
count of a suit I had against the Herald.
I ask you to make a liberal contribu
tion for my defense In view of the sufii-r
-ings the Herald caused mo in '74, and 1
have no doubt, considering your liberality
and right-mindedness, but you will do it.
As your reporter suggested, a ten thousand
dollar check or the cash, if you do not
wish your name to appear, will be very
grealful by received. 1 bavo no doubt, bad
1 proceedwi with tbo cases and ••loploved
competent counsel, It would have cost you
twice that but 1 did not wish to get the
Herald down on me, politically, and
therefore did not press the case to a trial.
I therefore ask you to make a liberal con
tribution to niy defense.
I have the honor to be,
Very respectfully, yours,
Another of Guiteau's documents,
just published, is the circular he issued
agaiust the Oneida Community early in
1868. Among other facts set forth in
the circular are the following : "Where
as the Oneida Community is among ibe
most spiritual and social despotisms of
the nineteenth century, and whereas
in social matters they are constantly,
violating the most sacred laws of UucL
and roan, and whereas nightly, ifAo
cent girls and innocent young women
are sacrificed to an ex|>erience easier
imagined than de*cril>ed, and whereas
tor the sake of these ruined and op
pressed women and for Ihe good of so
ciety at large, said community ought
to t>e 'cleaned out." Guiteau's quarrel
with the community was about some
money. After the publication of the
circular refered to stave, Noyes, the
leader of the community, wrote to Gui
teau's father about the matter, and tbe
latter wrote to hta son telling him that
he would diaown bun, spend every cent
he had and even sacrifice his life io be
half of tbe community.
One Hundred and Twenty Million Dol
lar* for Pension* Next Year.
From DM X Tork Titan.
The coot ol the Arrear* of Pension*
hill ia being gradually ascertained. The
Commiaaioner of Penion§ recommend*
the appropriation of a hundred mil
lion* of dollar* to meet the demand*
on hi* office during the next fiscal year
for annual and accrued penoiono, and
the p*<to*ge of an immediate deficiency
appropriation of twenty millioo* to pay
arrear* allowed during the current fiocal
year. The CommiMioner estimate* that
the aggregate annual value of penaion*
at the cloae of the current year will
be thirty-three million*, aod that there
after the total of the annual penaion
roll, after arrear* have lieen cleared off,
will be about forty million*.
PSRVNA ia a wonder in itaelf. It curee
the moat hopeleaa caae* of conaumplion.
A ooon Baptist clergyman of liergen,
N. Y., a strong temperance man Buffer
ed with kidney trouble, neuralgia, aod
,dix*ine*a a 1 moo I to hlindneM, over two
year* after be waa told that llop Bitter*
would cure him, because he waa afraid
of and prejudiced againat " Bitter*."
Since hi* cure be aay* none need fear
but trust in Hap JiUteri.
THOUSAND* ol ladies to day cherish
grateful remembrance* of the help de
rived from the use of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. It posi
tively cure* all female complaint*. Bend
to lira. Lydia E. Pinkbam, 233 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Ma**., for pamphlet*.
"VTOTK'E U hereby given that th
i* M,*,) or JAMBS T I. RON Alto, wlnn
of Rdnrd Fork* Mr U bonMl of rroditara, M, Im,
Slrd la the of Ik* Prothooatoiy of Uw Oeart of
Cn*mn PIM la sad for lh mast} of Ceatr*. and
Hi*l Mid account -ill tw ymmM far mMnaatle* a*
ili ami una of Mid court
4Mt I. a HABTU, Profh'y.
BY virtue of sundry writ# of Fie
rt KarUi. Levari Famine aii<l Venditioni Exponas,
Ueurd out of tit# Court ol Common l'lM*Ofitr<uuu<
ty, mikl to inn thrru will N upuMd at
public mU |u Uic Court House, to IkdLMonta, on
Saturday, November, 20, 1881,
•I lidl) o'clock, P- M ,U following iltwrltxt] rnal ratoto
uf lII* UrfvinlwoU tu all:
Hull of Crvwwell, I* lwl tCo. n. J. 11. I'lnm,
Mo M Nur. firm, I OKI iKhl 111*.41. H >•. No. 11l
Mo, torut, Intl. Hastings, All y.
All ihut certain lot or piece ol ground
•Ituatad in tha borough of Pbill|*tairg, Ontra county,
Pa , tHiUUdvd ana U-w Hbed MM follows, to Wit I Bound
•! ou tin* Mouth l>) North Iruul itravt, on th Mit by
Laurel itrvel, <>b Ui NI by lot ol Mm M)ri, and
ou thn north l#y Second fronting on Nur in
Front •trre't tHi Iwl and •xtendlug along Laurel etr*l
... > t • t. thrrwon traclm! a t*o story Inuuf* ittllllg
HOUMP, two large atorv rooms, a w*r room, iu*rbl
yard, alalda and other outbuilding#. BaUed, Ukeu in
execution and to he Mold as tho property of J. 11.
Hultof J. Kllnger, use of, vs. James Fenrion.
No. IMI April term, I Ml. Debt i-w.77. Vend. Kx. No.
3b Nov. term, Ifeftt. Kkhllue, Att'y.
All ilmi curtain lot or piecuol laud eiiu
atcd In the borough of llellelonle, Centre county, I'm ,
MilM lid danffibwd fifi Mlivs % *; MI MM Mtfil
by an allev, ou the east by lot of faliirk Dooley, uu
the sriilll by lllgli street aud on the west by Metbodlet
t hurrh, contaiunig one fourth ol an acre more or less,
thereon erected * small house Ac.
A leu, all that rertalu tneesuage tenement and lot of
land MtiMbd iu the borough of BellefwUtv, Centre
county, Fa , bounded and ileMiiled nm follows vie, ou
ihv south by lot of Nitangler A Van Pelt, ou the east
by eamr and Mary M lianon, on (he north by lot ol
Lawrence C'ooney and on the weal by Spring street,
containing one half acre more or leas, thereon erected
a dwelling house. It beiug the same lot ol ground
wbkh LI Ward Blown el ux. by deod dated 3Uth, day ol
Matcn It""', and recorded in drd bud N No. 'i|Mg
grsiitd and rouveyed to J antes Feuuou.
Al*o, nil that curiam uitweungc* (cnecoiol
and trad >f land sitnate<l in Banner township, Centre
county. Pa , hounded and dew it bed as follows to wit:
Begluulng at a stone, thenre by land of Miuey,
wulb or west, UV. perches to |*oet, thence by land u|
IJe. N llale, north ,14V west, i?o perches to pat In
publi< rued, thence along said public road north
east, it perches to post, theme along aanie north be J
east, 1 perches to pat, thcoc* by Und Bow of James
Clark, aouth east. I 'J pelt lies to post, thence South
o*. west, J'J perches to post, them a aouth if* cast, to
perches to stone the |dace of beginning, containing £*J
acres and J3o pen ha more of lees, ft being the
same premieea which GeorgeU. Field et BK. by deed
dated March 30, P*o recorded In deed book **N ' No. J
page J*i gran I*o and conveyed to said defendant,
I In i eon erected a two story dwelling house, baa It bar n
and other outbuildings. Aeixed, taken In executwu
and to lie sold as the property of James Fan nun
Hull of J. P UarrM, uaw of • J. U. Uilntr, N lit
A|>fll tcrui Intl.
Itobt 1,•*&,•, V. ti.l Kg. No. VI. No?. Una, ll
All that curtain lot or pic ol ground
•ttuslad tu Hprlng town, lilp, Oouir* wanly, Pa , boun
ded and dawrlbtd a* follow, : ou lb* not lb ly Und, of
John LUuu. ou llw wwai l>y Iw4, of Jatura Bu*l. ou
ll„ w.u.h by Mtlany uumauia nut on Ibw wwl by
lb. old Lwtim.r Ut in, cnalalu>ag IS on, ■><. or
law*. iberaun Marled ■ I*,. atory plank boom, bwtn
nud „th*r outbuilding,, tuuwd takra- In .secutioa
wnd lo bw luid at ibw properly of J. U. Lnrimwr.
Suit of D. M. I*l b, Aim. Thus. Tibtwnw, Mo. 219
April bra. I wtkl.
WJ Aleiaader A Bower All'y,
Ail lb right title end midfeet of duicn
dwul In wad to nil tbwl -attain lot of ground altuwtwd
in Hut rt, t'.wuabip. Crait, county, P.. beginning ,t
I It. to.• along land of #Ol Mthalb. twtlb iiV'
w'*l. bt blu (wnbt, to • p.twl. tbwntw north 3*° t.l,
: panhra to > pw,l. Ih.new niong Und, of J,n T.
Ilwlw. north H <M. li,V pwrrhra lo * (wt thwnrw
nb>ug land* ..I J oanh fhu,y. aouth 30" anal, IM jwr
thw lo a Whiu oak. Uiaora along Und, of Un.rga
Cronamillar. aouth *f J wwt. 37 n. Mooto,
th.r... along Und of Martin llu,r. wu<h 4 W *wl.
77 narrhra to pUr. of beginning, tunlalnlng W am
and l',J parr I, and alb.a,or. of ait pr . rnl Uwrw.n
ar.r |] a two ,lory fratb' U-uaa bank barn and <dba
oUlUiildmga. !.(! lak.n In -tnuilon and lob
odd •• tba prnparty of Ihonraa Tiblaa,
Hull of J. 11. Itm.o ra Banj Braon. No. £29 April
IM.I 915 A.17. Vand. K No M Nor. larm. IMI.
All that certain lot or plum of laud tiui
al~l tu lri* town, 1,1 p. I'aotr. r. uoty. Pa., boarodrd
and daarrlbad aa f llowa b> wit brgmnlag at a M.>oa,
IhMoa along laud ,d Aarafa K Hraou, aioalb A>| ' Waal.
•i' waal. II pair haw lo at.ina on bank ol Prnoa
Craak, llianra along aaid rrwak and land of J II l|a> k
man and oibara. north A>l ■ aaal, M Vin parrbaa lo
ab.naa, lhanra .olh A' awat, & Pill parrhaa lo poal
and lltai.rw wmlh. rr- , portbaw lo Iha plara of
laginoing. runtalnlog Ml parrhaa oaat inaaaara,
I bar a.,i. at. tad a dw.tllng bona. Ar ballad lakan
In aiacntlnn and lo la sold aa Iha prnparty of Ban
Hull d Auatin Karttu ?a Brblgal Karrln, Adnlnla
Ualru, No. Aug. Una, Ida.
Ml,I i7.im Blair, All'y.
AII that tiH'MAUgn, ta-nemcnt or trnci of
land with INa raiproaaeeanu Ac . II halng a Iran of
Und toandadjand daarnhad aabdlona to nil. bagmnlng
at alonaa, th-nra nor lb at- ug tba llna iddraopb T.wnp
kina,. tba waal ISI par. Iras In a whila plna I bat. a
aaal along land of H illiarn Aakay.en tba norlh lit
parr baa to alonaa, lhanra aoulh along Undo 4 Tbonaaa
handrag.ra. on lha anal Inl parrhaa to a mapla nanr
Bar but a rnn. lhanra w-al l la parth** b. lha pUra .d
larglnning. rvuialnlng lUarraa II paichra an<l alb w
tar* and i-alng part n Mart of land aaltayad on a
warrant b. Jam-* Tumpkina, ibuarwi at—tad a h-raaa
barn and <*h*r oulbnlldloga mauad Ukan in atarullon
an I lo ba add aa Iba | r ,*rly of Itrt lgat Karrln. Ad
-0.1 nlairatrl t uf MlcKaal Karrln.
Hnil of R II ParsKam as Kdward (fnaa
No £7 No?, bra, lA Irabl, (lOi.dA. Vand. Rt,
No. M N<)?.inbar urtn. Had. Hoy. All'y.
All that certain lot or tract of Infill il
ol' in hrmw Hhoa townablp, Canlr* manly. Pa
bounnad and daarrlbad aa foiioira: lUgtnnlng ala
mapla cor oar ; Ibanra by laada anrrayao in war ran la*
lo War. Lwla aad Prabrta Want, north A') (orrhaatn
auoa; lhanra by Mart In oarrnaiaw nam-a of Janaaa
ItllllUnd anot, 1.0 parrhaa lo auaaac lhanra by Unci la
Warrants* namsa id llaairy Mark and IWaaaal BlUy,
north kai parrhaa lo pl ; lhanra by Irart in warrwan
Isa nam* u( John Rilay. waal |7 parr ha* to lha pUra
al baginnlng —run mining bki naraa and IJU parrhaa
sad alWwaaca ba Iba asms naors ~r | W and lorng a
liar I ol und awfrayad on a a arrant to Joh HiUy no
aralad and no Improrantanla. Hataad, ut ain alar n
Hon and to ha sold m lb. al Kdward Brnnn.
Hall of Lymntlng Pit* Inanm (\aapaay ?a. J.C.
No. lid No* Urtn. let. IMil, I*7 IW. Hoy, Alt'y.
AH ttißi ccrlnin lot or piwceof latxl iilu
•la Is lha borough of Ballatosla. Canlr* manly, P„
bonndad on lha o. rtbanal by kd of ljthriaa Oahral.
on lha aouthasat by tha pa bib nod law. I lag front lha
LawUtowa lurbjdka to lha Ptoanlt Mill,, and on lb*
n.nthanal by lha batriatowa larnplka. and baing Ma
No. *, V and IU In W lugala'a nddlloo. lharwon atari*
ad a two ahoy haras brass, biaraannlh abup aad oib
ar unUralldlnga. Hat aad, lakan la -laruilon aad to to
sold aa Ih* prnparty of J. C. Malls??.
Ball c 4 Connnnawaolth .rf Pn. an of A gnaw Haliars.
No. £7l August tarns, Mi 9. bald,Rll*6 7
liaatlttgt al al,, All'ya.
All thoM certain mcMuagw, la-ut>(nouU
and Iran* of land alloau In Ptllou townablp. Caulrr
r.ranly, I'n, bound ad and daacrlbad aa Mknts, lo nit i
Hwgu.nlng ala wbils onh corn#?; thaara nbrag olhaw
lands of Agnsw Baitani aoulh mf waal. Hi • lo pat. has
to n rarnar . lhanra along Und sf lu?w Hal la?, north
A' wast. Ab7 parah-a b. a poaf; lhanra north '
aaal, N| parrhaa to birkury ; lhanra north "d" mat, •
pwrrhaw to a paal; tl.aor* along unda of 11. Bruckar
h'df a halra aunlb W aaat, all bio pari bra to atoms:
lhanra aowlh UP aaat, to parrhra lo tha pram of baglw
nlng—runlranlag Hat torn* and Ml parrhaa, strict
maaaura Tbarsun araatad a two abrry daralilog
howaa, bank ham and ottor ouHrallginga.
AIAO, one other thereoi, beginning at
atonaa; lhanra along Unda of Muaaa tbowrpaun wrath
Ski" mat, tot par*Bw lo •tome; thorns north H
mat, M| parrhra to shrass; thanca along Unda of in
?U toll an nofth l/f waat, bl parrhaa to atone*
lb anew along land of Agnaw RalUr? nralh mP w*Md
70 *-10 psteins to lbs piaoa of baginnlng- •rraUiatog
U arrow and Ida parrhaw, gnu mnwra,
Alao, the other thereof, beginning hi
•tonra; thanes north M waat, go parch** to Mum*;
thanca aouth UP waat, 74 parr Let to atonra: titaram
w.oU £wf° aaat. It past baa, lhanra north rwM,*4
parrhaa to atonra. thanca north Ad" mat, 71 pan hat to
tha pUra of toginnlag—containing U acrwa and no
pal (baa. wtrtot maaawrw. Hal aad, ukan ha siacwUoa
aad to bw wwM ra Iba prnpar Agaaw gallarw.
Ml of Ml Wagkar ra. Job* Copanbnrar.
NbIM Jm urra. I. L fa No.
. No?, lara, Mhl. aprnglar, AU'y.
All tbhl certain ntewauage, tenement end
tractaf Undwldato In TayUr townablp, Canlr* man
ly. P*-, bonndad and daarrlbad as follow?, to wHi Bw
ginning *1 • prat on IBs i., o. arf P. larnplka road j
Ibaora ny land? of i.yon.Bbarb A Co UP won dupatcho*
to a i hoaiuui j Ibaw. a north tif U,M psrcbss to a
MM) tba or* north J#' mat, to parrhra to • sugar
trwa ; thanca Botlb aaat, tg parrhra to a rad rag )
thanca north 27° waat. *9 parrhra |* • mafda j thsurw
woetb IV aaat, 1# parrhaa to a pawl i lhanra wralh tlf,
wawl m parrhra to Iba pUra of iraginalug—caehaln
tag M wcraa, norw at las* thai aim araolad * hoUi,
hofal alabia, bank tram, Aratillny and otbar oattraild-
Alio, all tho right, title end Intoreet of
tba dafainUut In kud to all Ibal csrtoln inaaauega,
lauwuoiil and Irani of Und altuala In la/lor loan
•hip, Csuiis county, I'a.uuUUli.lng M7 atraa, mora or
las*, and bonndad by Unda ol tha Bald Kagla luruaca
Co. and otbara, bslug Ilia MI ton praniiauj which I boa.
McCoy, eliarnt ol emu, nounly, by dod lis I'd zrlli
day of Nortuibar, I aha, giabtod and ooutayrd unto
said John i.i.)n Mister. lUrlug lhaiaon WIM lad two
dwelling ho nam, barns ami ulhai oulbuibliog,.
Alao, Mil tlrul cvrutili lluUaU nil,l lot ol
ground alluato IU Taylor township, ('antra county, t's i
IM'gUluing ala pool, lliaucu uorib 40" nasi, bl r (U lo
• lunoai Mum..: norm 4:/- oral, 14 rods to Irss; Ursucs
norlh 71" waal, £7 mda to • p,„i; turbcv wrullr <nf J
w.,1, I,'i mda lo lha pUca ol bagiunlug—couululog .1
arrwa, tool a or lira, llictooti orwtral a two aior y
trains dw ailing house and ulnar outbuildings.
Alao, ail llio rigliL, title and Ibtureat ol
dslstidaul lu ail Ibal tarlaln tnawiuaga, Uucuraiil aud
tract of laud altuala In Taylor toaiisiiip, colls LUIIU-
Iy, I'a, adyuiuiug Übda ol byuu, Bborb A Co on lbs
suUtll sou west ami olhar lamia ol Itlr said Johu ba
pauhaicr ou lb uuith and aaat—containing t.kJ
wcisa, mora or bra. Thereon aracud a d a rill ug
bon.a, barn aud olhar outbuilding,.
Alau,nH that certain liiurauagi', tufrufliufil
ahd tiar t ol Uud ailusta iu Bush township, Caulf*
couuly, Pm . bouudad on tho south wnd ami by lands
ol by on, nhuih A Co. sad on Ml" uofth and ami by
luuda ol kloigah, Itala A Co.—rwalaihiug lUO Wilt*,
mora or lira. Thciouir arvrisd a two iiuty log
dwalllug hollas, a two and a lull aloiy Ileitis dwelling
houaa, aianls and uihnr uuiniubiihga,
AidU, Bit Hits rigiil, lllH; Btiil ifiurcftl ol
(krlvutUin lu • ii MA. I ol miiU iii T*)ior low u.ln)-, Oi).
lirwuiii;, l', tu ilin Mmubu-# uaiuv ol Maitmii
WrlUlli r, wljtfiliillK *U oia #U| Vfj lu lll** IIIU# ol Jo*
•fjjti Ui#D' ou iijv cioi-cwbuiiiiit K IUU BUM or
Ai?u, all the right, title and interest ul
<llii(Jtiii lu AIKI lo ail IBM otiUlu Mm I of !*IA<I #iiu*
•lo lu Ittjlor |OMUB4A||I, t fiiifH tuviilj, I'* ,IU MA*
vtfiaulvr uAiii<- •! Jatvu Dam k — OOIALAJUIOK ou icim,
A.u, nu Ilia; llllu niiii lUlvrmi ol
ilfli'iNkul ID ftUo lul IdU l ftiiuMt" 111 'l'®)lur lovrW*
hill)), CvtlltV tUUill), f# ,iU llif lf#ilUV MUi i/i
Owi| Moivjr— VOTALFUULOK 1' ofri
Alio, Mil IIiUM) lljfw MVtTxl IrttcU O(
Ul4 iilut iu Kuiii (vuul), IV,
woe Ibel'i A lu 111# ##)l#lil ttoui u| J.-i.it la/)m-ulm-
OMI oiiior littnul iu iu#
vofiiUlrß itaiu# ol Juliit Uip#Hk#l-ifliUiblbK o*.l
► il tu# uliMi \hermn in HA* lUfUuUw uiu#
o| JoliU IU"Jaf fna.
Aim, all Hit* iuiu miG inu*rcl of
del••u-Uxil It) oil liii*e I Mm* i* ut Und wiuaiH ID Ho#h
luvußiiip, irtiili* luuutj, I'#, one in lii< vtnutf
i. HID* of i #B#|rf Uiir(v-UfUUibiDK ih ariN iLU
Aijcl |tin iUi'f in U VBifkUlM l uf
iNuuuei tkiminul—containing nt*4 nd IVI
Alto, toll that certain tract of land aitu
•laln iayUr toau,faip,CbUa rouniy, I'a fUginuiug
•I * puel, I bene* by UuO*vl nof|C buU II • ut)
n 'tn -ii|' • )aj i>r t\itf to • (oi, liif-ui* uutiu
t. I* to • |AO#t . tbelM* bwttb r*|,
•/j j-f < n-to iy • t*ji, in* i BOM by Mm- 1 in the frai*i#
Dtoine of Mi'iioj **idnf ottb 79° Bret. |*cbi
lo • tiMittui Blum| ; Ibriice by Und* of H m Uuib
lin voUb IF , 1 i |H#tnr to • et*jn, Uimucm
nwrtb ♦*!' #t, 4n to |*ior. ikrif# nortb 'f*
• |g a M|Af Ire*; tb*i* by Undt ut
Jobn 'f|*nUfir tij o *m*l, Ut the bitf* of lr|ittblii|
—ffOi*Jiilti( w nrM tond IU*I |rff bra*, hnnd. nkm
In eiwttllnu and lo be eoid m tb* imi cii of Jobn
Tkr tf.a CAHII. —No deed will beacknowl
sdgwd unlil Ih* pwrrhaaa atohay la (Sid la full.
JOHN BPANGLBR, Hheriff.
Hharllf a HlBrs. BallafoaU, I'a, No? H, MM
Orphans' Court Sale.
II N accfiriiancc with an order of the
I Orpkaaa* Omrt of C*rlr* emmt/, tl*r# will 1* **•
el |*iiidle *!>, el tbe Court ||' w. In li*ll*Mite.
On Monday, 2*th of Smember, 1881,
•t 1 o'rlfack. P II , lb* follovtlng deernt**(| reel eetete
tb* fifDfvrlf at htoißul YeerVk* let* o4 H'elket
kfXdii|>, fterenee#:. to vrlt:
AM ibßt cvruln mwingf, Bfic!
tmrt rf land eifßet# In Walk#* in#nebip. t>ont>4*d
end doaritbed ee Mlotre fPu Ik* Boflh by lend* of
of tb" h*m of k I. Velentlße, derweee-l. ofber lend#
of eeid Pemnel Yeerkk end Insr Birfcle. Bell, by
Und# of I#to*r IMcbte, (Uiff# Utl and Cnrulloe Otb
trvfl and by UtA of OM## Frtdl#v~oßtelfilnf
EIGHTY A (UK* AND ONF. HUNDRED AND FIF
TY PRRf'IIEF. neet meeeor*-
All that mewsuage, tanstnenl and tract
of land eilnele ee nhove. twenM end df*rrlM ee
f llw#r# IU Ik* novtb end ee*t by lend# of the bl*e
■f R B. V >l*ellM. d* nod. end bet re of II ftrt<rk*f
loff. der#n*ed . eoßtb by lend# of lexer tthkle; ewt
kf lend# uf .*••*• I Ye#r*rk feofiM -o*.
teleloc TWENTY Af-RKF AND FIFTY PHI II
PERf'IIEF, neet |
tree# of ItU —Gne-tblrd in bend on rfeiltmstkiß
of eeJe end th" rnido# In to annuel |i**,(•
tbereefter nltb lnlefet te be orvM by U<b4 end
isoipf# on tbe premleee
Aira-lw JNM R. YEARH K Adminletrt'<r.
(■ N the Orphan*' Oyurl of Centre
! roan!; la lb# ttßetter of tbe **lnle of Jemt Peer
Ibpt. I IMI Tb# ejjf*reieeneent of d#eeden'# rml
eetele end the eterU 'U * 1 tb# • idoer, hnreb F*errer,
t tek# the f. tlovioi tert under tb# |*ro#lei<*Be of tb#
Art of 14th A|*ll. K'd.iM Ite ror.te. et tbe
epfHMWßfwt. #b# f—ying the 4ifrw t*H*e three
hundred doilele sil Ih- vlt
"A He If let of lend in beiilerf, llerrl# tovroeblp,
l entre tmihlf, h-uftiH o tb* noflb by fee bey •
•lie#, on the neet by Und of Devid Keller. m tbe
eelk by tb* Ihw e<i F je.r# end on tbe *#t by lot
of J **|4> F#rin*bert. letri| tb* •e#tem it elf <4 tot
Ne 31 in tbe ffrnrr#! plan of lbelJvr|-lbereon
*rnrted e tn<eb#ty fmcneebwfe Atfrsiwd vele# ikn#
bo'drvd end thirty m* nt- !• d il#r*
Me# F##een*ed end rend, vkmeynt the Ceert inede
tbe Mbvief dnrtee. V> vlt;
And Bow. fteptentT I, !*!, tbe within
Bient end elertbw reed end r#nftrtn#d MM. nod |pt*(l
retton In one newaftef*# r ocderwd for three week# prior
t Bext term of court ; nod If Bo eire>tone he then
filed the #m* ehell he orrfirmed ehnidßlely. end tbe
real #tßle token by wH Ramb Feerraf eluell he end
rewwlß unto her. her betrs end neMgiae, rui<)Ki to the
MIBI of tne eeid rxßof lklnf-*e#tA|ii dottniw.
fe'B end eUhte fitweef. By Ue Ouwrt
Attmt W W R Hl'fe ll FIELD,
♦4-dw CUtk Or. Court.
N pOTICS.—- In the mailer of the K*-
Is la of Hawry Rrkawrnlh lata of Hprlng lean
ahlp. Ara-aai I. la IK* otphawa' Ora-t of ''swlr* craw
ly TNa apywaiasn.rai to lbs wVtow of awl 4 llswry
IrkMUdki 4r-a I. CKarlntia R>kanr<th. whtow. lu*
MM And now, Augnsl ££. Itol. apprahwawaal c,ra
liaHi am. and noms diiarisd to h* gt,*w hy pwMl
calhra thai ualras akraplnraa I* ll*d I hereto t"Store
Iba Aral day <4 weal low Ibw aaai* will hw rawOnawd
aira-luuly. By Ike Court
M-4w ** K HL IC liriKl.n. Cl*k Or. Cow?t_
"VTOTICE. —In the matter of ibe Ea
i ' UU of HirpKcw Knnlly, lau of llregg h.wa
•Kip, dec rased, la iba Orphans' Court of Cewlc* rasa
I? : Tb* appcalsrawwnl <o (be widow of aaid ItoykMi
Keawelly, dee'd. Harsh Rrainelly. widow, raal ratal*
to Iba (alo- of MM And now, August 22, A. D, Mai,
tba wllbln appraiaaaianl order.d to ha rraißrmed utai,
•ad pwl ltowlh-a ordered arrordlng to Iba Art of A'-
•emMy la aurb eara made aad pmridrd, and If as ea
cspftoM at* IM prior to Brat day of Noraaabsr Irani
court will ha crag rased alralwlHy
By lbs Court. *l. K lit Rriirtßl D.
44-dw Clerk Or Court
"VOTICK. —In the matter of the Ee
i - lata of And row Oawsy, lale of Hogg? township,
desswaod. la lbs iWphawa' Court of Oswlra raranly. fa:
Tba appralaaawswt to lbs wMow of aaid Andrew Kaway,
derrasral, Mary E Hsuey. widow, M M*>. And bnw,
Augwst ga, last, affair dw* ruwahtoraliow hy tb* ftSlt
It t, or dared and ilnrrad Ibal lb* a)>)HaHlwenl god
appropriation of the wlihia dawcrllud raal ratals an
taads sad ml span to and bw lbs an* of Mrs Mary K.
Busy, widow af Andrew Oaasy, decease,l. he and re
•Mia In 'ht aaid Mm. Mary 0. Oawsy, bar heir, and
assigns, grew and .Uhto h-rarer, according to lbs AH
nf Araesrhly In rach case made and pro? Mad: Prorii
ad. bowarer. Ural pubtkwUow ha made according to
AH of AaaaMldy, and bo akoapttom (lad ob or bidare
tba irl day of Norewelwr Ims. II la farther ordered
and dlrectad Ibal lha aaid Mrs. Mary K llatie? eater
lab) rerogulaawos, wltb saOtHsbl secarlty, la lb* ana
of Ally dollar*. rowdlUoaad tor lbs payment of MH.Tt
wllblb ows year, with Iwtrarat, lo the administrator rrt
•aid dec rased. It traing (h* aaauual wrwr gad abora tw
allowed by jaw.
By iba Omrt. WH. K. BrOCItriRLD,
IMt Ctclt Or. Oreart-
T ETTERS of adminiHtrmtiott "de
1 J howws nob" era the estate of HOHAN LRU, lale
of Boiler township. Oaralra awcaty, Peao'a. Oacawaed.
bar* heaw granted to PaUr Bsrefoei, rwatding In Mil
toy. Ml HI In rrrasty, Pawn'*, to wb.Hu all pinwiaa In
debted to raid w-tuU arw rwgwaaled tc t rk- payment,
sod throe harlag rlslm, or dswaaada will Make
kaows tba aaau wltbowl delay.
ltd* Mllroy, Mifflin r-raaty, Pa.
\ UDITOR'B NOTICE.
IV Tba undsrdassd, aa attdlhow appntatod hp tb*
Orphan*' Court In Kesr snl pass wpoa tba tkeapHm*
glad to lb* admltttottatof# Mnaat of Iba ratoto <W
John T. ntwagp. daraaaait. and to msk* dutrthwtbra af
tb# fund la Iba bawdt of tba admlaMtrator.wlll atiawd
to tba duties of bis appointment at his HBra ia Belie
total* ea rttttiAV tha lltb day of Norrtabor, A. t>
ml, st to oVtnck A. M. of raid dsy, wbaai aad where
rat purlieu latataalod own attowd.
43-Jt t>. P. fORTMRT, Auditor.
, flee /live Store*.
One I'ricc Stores.
The Bee Hive One Price Stores, 1
BELUEFOVTE, PA., October 24,1881. J
4fX* We bey leave to inform you that uu- hare juei purchased this en
'*** business, and will continue to run it on the same principles as
•LeuJSB heretofore, and trust tcith the increased JaeiJities that we have for
buying goods cheap, on account of one of the jirm being engaged in the same line
of wholesale in AVtr York, to merit a continuance of your patronage. Our new
stock will be in next next week.
Very respectfully yours,
Now York Offiera. I Suefessurt to BAI'LAVD & NRWMAN.
aw <B Al Walkwr-Sl. I
ODE PHICB STORES.
a the Hon. lA. May•. freel
djntof th* Court of Com ,<■„ !!„ |h* ttth JudHel
Witfkl, cittitotliii *f ii <ounti'/f IWitr*. flittUm
f *fi'l tfc# Hon. Fran* k and th
i*— J-'"' A- Hel* jT^ln
baring leaned tl.Hr prwrwpt, leering <l.l. |7tb day of
Keptc-mber, to me directed. thrbedding a Court id
Oy.r ami Terminer ered OaaeraJ J.II I •.lion at ,d
Quarter lb—l., r,a of lb* Pear* In Hetlrfurite, for Iba
retiid* of let,lre, anil In einmniu ..t, ib* 4(h Mon
day / November nut, tw in* th. jail, <lay of Norrm
tier. U*l,and to continue ten •.•.•a*, Noticeu hereby
*1* l t til* liuniMt.JllatkM Of the Per, (Mrfi.,,l
•li'l Coaatablea of mill county of Centre, tbal they be
then and I tier, in their |irnfi.t M I'l o'rh* b
in tin' fun no>n of Mid day. with their laurii, lu'iui
aition*. eaaiuinatli.ua, and I heir own remeaubranraw,
to do tin*, thin*, which to their ofDre appertain* to
b# dime, and (bone who are ieiiiod In reciytiiuur** to
prnaerute again*! the prianner* thai are or aliall Is
the Jail of Outre county, b* Mini and there to inae
cute axalti.t then, a. aha 11 l,e jnat.
/nj'T*" • R lief., rite. the let day of
October, In the year of our lent l*l, ei.r the one
Cwbdllth! " 1 *•' of the Indepeudrnra of the
4M| JOHN HPANW.KR Sheriff
(iKOIitIR If HAhK, for | In the Court of Common
liimeell and other., ( p IMM Centre county.
JA M KM7I AIIKIH I U ""'
VOllt E in hereby given to the
A.* heirt and |e*al rey.reMßi.uie. Of Jan,.* liar
lU, doroaaad p, cm* mu, ...on ~n th. lounb Monday
of No*. Oiber neat , n d ....... ,h, pHJUo. ol plaintiff
and eriow • ante why a certain mortgage *| t en by
< harlea llii.h.n to Jamaw llama dale,) the VM , day
of M ruary I*o- and recorded in Centre county In
ln.wta.atte huuk "A." pax* ItV.ahuld not I- ..11.11*4
of rwooid. Alleat. JtlllN PPASfaI.KR
A UDITORB NOTICE
iV The auditor appointed by th. Orphan.' Court
of i entie county to ae.eot.ln the a.l.an.en.ent, and
ui.be dMrilmlloi, id the ti.lance In th hand* of 11.
P Shaffer and WI i] i.to 11. rter I Kccuto.a of, A. .f
Mnl.ael el..lter. de. e.ecd to arid .Sam ( Ilea. |.rally
entitled the, Ho. will attend to the .lull*. of hla el
|nlnti„ent at hi* -d>. • it. hHlefonie ~n 7111 Italia V
th. Kill day of Kire.intrer, A It l"l.at |u ..'.loch A!
M wi.en and where all jmrttea intrieatad laa attend
If they aee |iri,(ier.
V. P. PGRTXKY', Auditor.
JAM Kit II AI.KX AXbKR 1 In ibe Court of Common
> Pinna id Centre county.
Martha m*<kai.i,. j BO. uka,Aug, TERM, i*ei
VOTICE i hereby given trr the
A.R beira and legal iepc.-e-uti,r#w of Martha
Mar ball to erne Into court on the fond, Monday of
K.iieuitet sett and aatwer the peilUon of plaintifT
•nd ahow caaw shy a ordain mortgage gf *ei t,y J.
It Ale lander to Martha Macb.il alnmld ~<d |.e eati*-
fled '4 record. AtU-et: J.lllN M'AMiI.P.K
JAKE W. MALE jtn the Camrt of Comunm
**• I Pleaa id Centra coanty.
JA* fiRAY.JCHK Mil, ?f„ i7, So.emhe, term
IKK AXU JUIIN PI R i Ihe I
W *-. . . I
■VOTICE i hereby gib-en to the
i. t belra and leyal reyireweJtatirea of Jarne. Cray,
John Milter and J-hn Purdoa deieaaed, e> era loir and
I'fal ie|.reMitamrw of Matthew I aman deraaaod.
•nd to the heir, and 1 etc! reyueaetiUtlrea id the aaid
Matthew tinman. d*reared, to i<uae Into court on ll.e
t .oith Monday of Nien.let nut and anawer tire \u~
tftion of th# pialnlitf and ahow raoae why a certain
mortgage jrtet u hy (Marian llurton and Phllly, (tenner
If Jau.ee liray. John Miller and John Pardon, riwre
lora -d Matthew In,man, dated the ., td Afull. I*U.
•nd rarorM la Caatre ramaty In mortgage boob "A,
patre VP7. ch uid not he aalol erl ,d remnd
Attrwt— JOIIS PPARCI.CR.
NOTICE in hereby given that the
aommnt of p T MCMKK,committee of J W.
ft lftftU< . hai tiwtJ IN in Hie (4k(e of the
I*l vOxftf lift*) (4 Ibe (Vtßrt of r.'MitiMft) I'lea* }ft b4
t<f C.Kjhly of (Villi* ftAd that Mm] mu\Qttt will
!• ptrm <it*-<1 lrt Aitiftrmtttft at th* wit t*rai f aM
ormrtw |k>V4j J C lUfcl'Kß froibj.
hn for more than forty year* maintained tta
position am the leading paper of the Wml. It
ranks thovr all others in drenlauon, Inflo
•nee, and In the <4 lu mad rim. brraue#
It la jomt the kind of rl*r tile j-eop'.e want,
IV ITerUy ITan covera fbr whole amend
of a flrt rlaaa family journal It la larger
and better than any high-priced weekly of
fered the public; tta reading matter cover* a
greater arope. la more entertaining and In
struct! vn, and yet It coata
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paper In the (Veld to movaa for, and reader*
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tow three analto. Hao the largr*t rtrrula-
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PENNSYLVANIA, Centre Co., w:
1. [matt] I. Wauma k Rrmcantta. rieik of the
Orphan*' Ooori <1 the eeM manly, do hereby wrtlty
that at aa Orphan*' tVarl h*M at Betbtoote. U>* 2N
■lay of Aacnet. imml before the Honorable the Jadcte
of the aa Oeart, a* motion a rale am* created apoa
Job* R Harabhernr. Aleaban, llarebterger, Mary
Am* Lohr, dear-* J Lett and haarl llaieblvrjo*,
the bet re attd legal ir(w rorautteee of Partd llarmh
b*rg*e. 1i rraei d. lo or one Into onart oa the ttb H o
day of *>-*!- seat, to ncjrepl or refaee to nreept at
the valaatioa. or eb< a raaa* mhy the real eolate of
lb- raid deneaeed elteald ant be miM,
la teetlmoay • hereof, I bare beeeaato set my hand
and edited 'be e-al of eald onart. at IMlrluote. the
ZM day of Aagaat, A P |Ng|.
WM E. BrkfliriELD, co. c.
Attest: Jos* Srraotca. Sb. rit *■
The UidliK Daily and Weekly Paper
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• ATTORJTEV A* LAW,
OEVaea AllKiifny <kam MM af ib. <4-
aooeerafMby lata Boar* Tarwa A Hauls*. MM*
•. fc. run a. a'ua.
I)EALE A McKEE,
A ATTORKET* AT LAW.
w <*<• aiWk Osart 11. w. IriMalA Fa.
Dissolution of Partnership.
MOTiCK ia hereby given that iha
As Rarta.ufcia k.rali.AMi ■ *m. M.w. Alw#
tbar i ln. as 4 John rmeMwl, aaAor tk Scat'
BaaM at A. J. Bmaa A 0 . ia ib* fkrailar. I.BAiKMa.
k this As? AariH kg malaAi aaiH IV kab
Mil aowaat. rsaiala la tk. fc.rA.ol An bar t. In*.
ki wfcoi .11 p*r iitUßl k> Em Mi am iu
llm BMb. paf*M*t. a jtOT j, aROWE,
hlhtafc. Ortabar IE WW. *
•fifi *•* I" r" *• aw*-
S>UU at Horn. bbtawm a UAELErr A 00, IVrt
ma, Maiaa. Ely