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Gionoi B. GooDLAnniR, Editor. , CLEARFIELD, Fa. WIDNISDAT IIORN1NO, Al'Ol'ST 17, MM. . ludn, If jot want to k.oer whl li olnj oa In tbe BBalneae world, Jttat read onr Bilvertialrig olumni, tse Mptial eoiuma In partlailer. Let every DrmorrBt to Clearfield county see AT ONCKIhat Ilia tiam. l ou the Keg ltry. , Ita'AD It 1 Masons . and anti-Ma-sons should read tho Morgan cane in which Judge (iillis was coDCorned. It can be found on our fourth page. : Twenty-two years ago, with others present, wo heard Judge Gillia relate in hit parlor, in substance, what Hon. Henry Southor ("Hank," as tho Judge called him,) ttutea in relation to the "Morcan case, appearing on our fourth pugo. Tho Now York Post't Washington special says : "Lowry, tho Democratic candidate for Governor of Mississippi, is a loll-made man, rising from the people. It is said, as in Andrew Johnson's caso, his wife taught him Is read. lie is very popular. 11 is moat likely opponent is Benjamin King, who will run on the fusion opposition ticket." . A Good Nam. Orange Noble, re cently Mayor of Eric, ia Doing pressed for Ktate Treasurer by the Democrats in the Northwestern part of the State. "Orange," is good, but "Noble" Is better, and when coupled must make a popular candidate, because so many people love to suck oranges and all women love noble men, and if nomina ted both sexes may take an interest in his election. 8fn atom al Conference. It is about time that our Senatorial Conferees fix a place and time for meeting. Th Slate Convention moots on tho 28th of Soptember, and our Senatorial dis trict ia yet without a dolegale. When and where shall tbo Conference be held f Let the Chairmen of tho eov eral Detnocratio County Committees settlo tbo matter soon. TO CA KIM HAT.'. After Wedaeeday. Aaguat a let, it will be toe late to auuouure the uawee of caudidatra according; to our party niiee A Fair Fiuut. Bedford and Som- ersot counties form a Judicial District, Chairman Canal-boat lion. John Cess na, ol Bedford, is the Badical nominee for President Judge and lion. Wm. J. Baer, of Somerset, is the Democratic nominee. The district is Kadical by ovor 1,000 majority, but we would not be surprised our nominee would bear so beavliy on Mr. Cessna that be will be allowed to practice at the Bar as here tofore. The Pbesident's Condition. The life of President Garfield is still in the balance. The five prominent expert physicians are expending all their in genuity to save his lite. It took them four weeks to find out that a rib had boen fractured by Guitoau's bullet, but they have been unable to find the ball. Kx-Surgeon General Barnes intimates that if Guiteau's bullet does not kill the President the doctors will. Ilia case this (Tuesday) morniug was very critical, causing serious apprehensions. Ilia stomach was Irritable and he vom ited several times. LaBOILT BlOORAl'HICAb. We this week furnish our readers with sketches oi two notod men of our State, both born in 1792, and dying within a few months of each other olio in Iowa, and the other in Philadelphia, aged 89 years. We allude to Gen. Patterson and lion. James L. Gillis. The life and tfmeapf the lormer will be found on our first page and that of the latter on the fourth page. Boys and young men, do not Jail to read the caroer of these eminent men. It won't hurt fathers and mothers to follow suit in this case. General I'attersoh'b Will. Gen. Robert Pattorson leaves bis entire es tate, valued at about $1,500,000, to his family. The will was placed on filo in Philadelphia on the 12th inst , and is a voUminous paper, full of legal tech nicalities touching the future manage ment of the properties for the benefit of tbo heirs, but Contains no public or charitable bequests. General ratter son placed bis signature to tbo will on 13i.hr.fMejr.lA79. The executor ap pointed to take control of the esute are General Rouert Emmet Patterson, theeUlcr son of the deceased, W. Hoy. ward Drayton, the lawyer, and Henry P. Smith, of th firm of 11. P. & W. P. Smith, dry goods commission mer chants, of Philadelphia. State Convention. Tho Porno oratio State Committee, at their rocont meeting at Ilarrisbnrg, fixed on Will iamsport aa the place for holding tbo next Democratic State Convention, and Wednesday, Septomber 25th, as the time. A proper step was taken to ward preparing parliamentary rules governing all future Conventions. Looking to this end, a committee was appointed, consisting of Hon. A. II. Dill, lewisbnrg, Chairman tr-oflno ; lion. Will iam A. Wallace, Clearfield ; Hon. S. J. iUsdall, Philadelphia ; W. TJ. Uenscl, Lancaster ; James P. Barr, Pittsburgh; Thomas J. Bargor, Phila delphia ; and B. Whitman, Erie, lo prepare a report on this subject, and submit it to the Williamaport Conven tion. , This is one of the ablest com mittee that could bav been selected fat the purpose Indicated, and thrir work, if adopted, must work well for the party. Parliamentary rales are as necessary to govern S.'ate Conven tion, aa they art for Congress or a Stat Legislature. Let everv Democrat In (iearneld countv e AT ON tat that bla uaaie la on Hie Hre;. htry. WO II" DIEh'EREXT THE TUXE. The lirookvillo Democrat properly romurks: "When Gen. Hancock wrote a brief nolo last September to Gov ernor Pluisted, of Maine, congratulat ing bis old comrade in anna on his election, It was commoiited on by every Republican nowspnper in the land, and they all with one accord ugroed that a man who had the least sympathy with Maine Greonbackers could not be trusted by tho business interests ol the country ; and that be cause General Hancock tolerated a party with such horoticul financial views as Governor Plaiatcd professed, that wus reason sufficient for every honest man in the nation to oppose his eloction to tho Presidency. But how stands the mutter now 1 General Mabone with his doctrino of repudia tion, which is nothing more or less than wholesale and unblushing rob bery and theft, Is beforo the voters of Virginia, asking them for their suf frages. And we see every agency of the Republican party, from the Son ato of the United Stalea clean down to the petty Custom House officer, is openly arrayed in his favor. Senator Krye, of Maine, has written a letter to help Mahone, and gives the weight of his influence in favor of the wrong. The Mahono candidate lor Attorney General of Virginia, promise that as soon as the Old Dominion has been put in a fair way of rejecting hor hon est debts, Mahono's bold on the Re publican parly will he so strong that he can and will npply tbo principle of readjustment to tho national debt. This is what Senator Frye and tho Republican party are supporting. And every Republican newspaper either re sponds, Amen I or is aa dumb as an oyster." Every Democratic voter la Clearfield oounty should bear In mind Inat Tallinn. IIAY.MfePrKtlllKH M. la tile last day lor registering for the neat election. Tuk Cotton Exposition.' One of the most interesting, and to strangers, the most wonderful features of tho grand Cotton Exposition to he held at Atlanta, Goorgia, from the 5th of next October to the 31st of Decembor fol lowing, will be a showing of oottou in all ite stagoa, from the planting of the seed to its manufacture Into muslin and duck exhibiting the planting, boiling, successive stages of growth, the gathering, ginning, handling, bale ing, &e. The successive stages of growth will be given in numerous fields adjacent to the exposition build ings, tbo seed being sown at such in tervals of time ns to present at a glaneo the tiny plant, tbe plant at successive heights, the flowor and the bolls in all ; conditions. This, with all the dotails spinning and weaving shown together, is something that has never before! been nnderlakon. On a day t be spocificd thoro will be a suit of clothes made for Iho Governor of Goorgia from cotton to be picked, ginuod, spun, wovon and laiiored, aud all within twenty-four hours. A Good Show i4J"cw)M. Mayor King, of Philadelphia, producod quito a sonsation in that city on the 9th inst , by appointing Ubaries IV urape, a colored man, as policeman, to look after affairs on the south side of Spruce street, be tween Seventh and Eleventh streets. It ia a good place for a Democratic Mayor to plant an African policeman. Tbe voters on thoso foursquares votod hugely against General Hancock, and it is right that their local in tores t should be looked after by a man of taste. Everybody oan now Spbvce up and down on that street with perfect safety. We notice by our city ox changes that the etroeta wero block aded for squares (by tbo people) to seo a "National Ward" arrayod in blue cloth and brass buttons, as a policeman for the first time, although tho"Ward". keepers' Irionds have held the office of Mayor for twenty years. TO CANIilDATI-'a.. After Wedneadav, Aukruat Slat, It will be too lale to annouuee filename of caodldatea according to aur party rules Deviant. Tbe two men who bought up Indiana last October, and made Garfield's eloction possible, were Geo, C. Gorhan and Stophon W. Dorscy, They raised the money from million. aire monopolists, and also from Brady and other ring thieves. Dorsey was afterwards complimented by a publio banquet in New York, at which Gun, Arthur alluded to tbo means used to carry Indiana, tbo key of the cam paign, as being documents and plenty of . This Is tho reason Dorsoy and Gorhara aro so bold and defiant, and snap their fingers at Messrs. James and MaoVeagh. They know onongh to blow np tho whole Republican or ganization, and that they dare not bo placed behind the bars, like Kcmhlo with the Camerons, who compelled his pardon with t threat to expose the State administration at Harrisburg. Good Sense. It waa Book waiter, tun Iemocratio candidate mr Oov ernor of Ohio, who just bofore last year's election announced the follow ing to his employes; "I understand it has been circulated and reported among yon that if Gcnoral Hancock it elected the shop will close. I want to say to you all that when Saturday mgbt comes General Hancock or Gen- eral Garfield will not pay yon your wages, and It makes no difference who is elected. This shop shall and will run, and I will see that every man in my employ gets his wages. Any man who circulates such a rorv-.t I want him to call at the office and get his pay and leave. 1 am for Gen. Han cock, yon can rote for whom yon pleaso." Mr. Bookwalter has nlrout 400 men in his employ. Old Habits, Etc. An exchanjre says that tbe oldest ol living New York newspaper men, Tburlow Weed, has nover ridden on tbe eluvated railway "Yea," he said, laughing, "that's so. It isn't on account of any principle or prejudice, but is no object to mo. I've all tbe time there is : no on bas any more, and It doc not matter whether t take me ten minute or hall an hour to go down town. And then, sine of late year my eyesight has been so impaired, I haven't pared ty climb the stairs np into the stations. Sometimes I've thought I'd go np, but I prefer the surface roads. They are easier for me. Usually now I take a cab, but if I were well and itonger I wouldn't even pi to bal expense." What the Srviisma Bench Neehs. The Nuw York Time, a Ivadinir Radical organ, in alluding to the lah-nt j in the Court Indicated, says: "Thei ..... ... ............. nuvertue- less, that the last thro acoessinns tni the Hiinrcnia bench, those of Harlan Wooda aim 3laUbca, nd Matthew, wcro not of such a churaotur as lo add greatly to its authority or dignity. Kuch one of thnm owes his distinction to his np. poiiitinent rather than his appoint ment to hia distinction. No ono of' them bud made a great reputation even locally as a jurist. Theso threo men, with the next two to ho appoint ed, will constitute u majority of tho Bench. Tho other inombers, Chiuf Justice Waito and Associates Field, Miller and Bradley, though alio unci experienced judges, have no such su perfluity 1 weight that the Bench will safely admit of any further light oniug. There ought rather to be add od to its membership two of the very best jurists that the country can fur nish, aud they should bo appointed for their ability and learning, their up Tightness and judicial character, and without regard to political considera tions in any narrow senso." Let every l.'euorrat In Clrarllcld county see AT ONCC that Ilia name laou the Heu llry. A Goon Chance. Just tho oppor tunity that Garfield could ask to givo un outward token of the purifying in fluence of the calamity wbicb brought him so close to death's door will be offered him in tho vacancy in the Su-' preme Court caused by Justice Clif ford's death. Here is a ebancu for him to give prnclicul evidence of tbo fact that ho is resolved to be the Prcsi. dent of tho people and of no purty hereafter. Let him show that be does not intend to manacle himself again with tho party shackles, by nominat ing some of the many ctninont Demo cratic jurists. Nowhoro could be make a better step in tho right direction, for tboro it no ollice within tbe gift of tho President which Is so important, and which should be hold above party dic tation nd out of politics. ' Ijook Ileus. An exchange says: "Suppose, for examplo, that Arthur, arguing the 'inability' of Garfield, un der tho Constitution, should appoint Conkling a Justice of tho I'nitcd Status Supremo Court, vice Clifford, deceased, juppuse it." What is there to provent It? Why should a store or shop bo closed against all business because the proprietors are not about? Is this business? No, substitutes and clerks are always on hand toaltend tooustom ers, Why should not public busi ness bo dispatched In the sumo way ? President 'iurrlolj being unable to at- tond lo the business, why is there not some one else to carry it on f TattuniJ. Tbe Philadelphia Record snvt: "Now that Judge Black and ex- Governor Thomas have given their reminiscences uf the lu-t days of Bu chanan and the first days of Secession the enterprising interviewer of the Prrtt should go for Mr. Horatio King, who succeeded Mr. A. V. Brown as Posiiaiwtcr General upon tho break up of the Cabinet in I till J. Mr. King had long oooupied an ofllcial position tn rrasmngton, ana naa large oppor tunities lor observation, having been a nowspaper man himself In his earlier days, and a vory good one." Every llemocratle voter In Cleartleld county ahould bear tu mind that TIIIIUM DAV. kptkiii:k m. la the laal day lor rea;lelrujr for the neat election. He's All Hiuut. We notice that quite a number of our exchanges ol both parties aro pitching into their members and Senators for "grabbing" tbo extra $500 salary. Wo are glad to state that our member, Mr. Klynn, did not "grab," but took tho 1,000 that the Court decided was all that a Senator or niombor is entitled to. So he is all right I If in the futuro our Suprome Court decides that 1,500 is tho legal salary of a momher of the Legislature, then Mr. Klynn will be entitled to 300 more. Centre's Nominees. The Demo crats of Centre county have nominated tho following ticket : Associate Judges, John G. I.arimor, John K. Kutikle; Protbonotary, J. Culvin Harper ; Sheriff, Thomas J. Dunkol j Register, James A. McClain ; Recorder, Prank E. Bible; Treasurer, Daniel C. Roller ; Commissioners, A. J. Greist, John Wolf ; Auditors, John S. Proudfort, K. P. Musser. Major R. H. Fomtcr, one of the editors of the Democrat, in the now Chairman of tho County Com mittee. No Mork. Orvil L. Grant, the brother of ex-Prcsidcnt (!rant, died t Mornstown, N. J,, lant Friday a wcok 11 o waa 4ti yean old, thirteen years younger than tho cz-PrcsiduDt. lie panged tho laat throo ycura ol hit lile in the Now Jersey Aeylurn for the In sane at jNornstown. 11a sullureu a frrcat financial long by th Chicago 6 re in 1871, which canw.d insanity and no douht haatcned hin death, TO CANIIIIMTeVN. After Wedneadav. AugTHat aiat. It will be too late to aimnunre the uanee of candidatea according; to our party ruiea. Sound, Wo aca ft atatod that the Hon. Bamuol Calvin, of HollidayHliiirg, recently sold the timber en a tract of land in White, townnliip, Caruhna coun ty, for 145,000. lie bought the land and trees aome yeara ago for 11,000. llo ia a lively Grcenbai'kcr. We won dcr whclbor lie will divide hia "divy" with hia poor loilowera. We advixc Ur. C. to practice what lie prcachotj. A Bap Crow. Tba Venango Spec tator any, an Indian front lenmn named Crow I log, who holds the position of police cnplaln at Rosebud Agoncy, Dakota, raised hia little gun and shot Spotted Jail) the celebrated chief, as dead aa a mackerel Irnit Saturday. Spotted Tall is now what he never waa before a good Indian. Prisoners nr m Flock. Kighl Uollie Uagnirei were arrogted at Dun bar, Fayette) connty, on Friday last. and lodged in jail at Uniontown, lor having murdered a miner named Maurice llcnly, on tho 2Glh of Juno. The ojtciUment in that region is great. Tbe case was worked tip hy dcteo tivmt, A CnKAP l.Aivvaa. A late biogra pher snya : President Vanfluren ia said to have made hia first summing nn In Iswauit at the age of eighteen, and to bav Mceived the anm of half a dol lar for bia aerrlcett. THE DEM OCR A TIC PRIMA R V ELECTIOX To jkmol.rUl. Count u 1H (rueiiieiimi 10 iiih ruios ljuvoi niuir , tho liomooruiie tuirlc of ( 'liMirtlnlil oounty at tho Primary- Kl.-ction, the ' , . . uun7 vom.uiuce ner. uy gives nouee tuai me uiuciioii mr ucu irmua, unu mr tho instrnctinn tt such delegates, us lo candidate, for the several o.llce, to be filled at the approaching November election, will be held at the Klectiou House in the several boroughs and townships in said county, on HATUIt DAY, TUK 8KVKNTKENTH DAY OK SEl'TKMHICIf, A. D. 1881, bein. ning at 1 o'loek 1'. M., mid continue open until 7 o'clock P. M. ol said day. The election will be held by I bo Vigi lance Committee, who are tbe Election Board, under our rules, and aro con stituted us Icllows: VIQI1.4RCB CONS1TTBK VoR IMS I. Il'irotlda bjr. Mall. Irvlo, Parid MabarTay, William Modi. ClaarSald Kor Joba llulllbia, W. O. Otrloa, Utorre Weaver. Corweorvllla bur. Jotiu H. Nurrlt, Apgar Bloom, lleory Kara. Pullola bor. 9. J. Mad, Mlohaol Slraioobfl, 1. A. Terve. Ultn lliipebor.- 0. J. Keagy, Abralum Uraen, n A. Wrishl. Iloutidala bor. Patrick Shield, II. II. Hart, man, T. J. Kriaa. Lumber City bur. Ifaao llaiooy, J. D. Uap boro. J. J. Bterllo. Nanbura hor. Jnba M, Toier, Joba Redden, John l). Millar. N'nrr WaabiBKtoo bor William Mabaffev. 6. T. Mitchell, Uaorgc Ilarelav. Oaceola bor J. II. II. Waller., J. B MrF.d den. llarrv 1'arka. ' Wallacaion bor U I. Hilly, Joha Waat bronk, Fraok Uoea. Ileccaria tnwoihlp John II. Dilten, Herman Frlek, A. J. Fry. Bell top. Jamea W. MtUee, Frank MabalTey, Jobn M. Koaa. Bloom two. Sidney Sajilb, H. G. Andaraos UfiiriQ uuger. Uoaga lp.U. 6. Merrill, neural. M. bmeal. lira, If,. rd tvp. Ell Siult, L'l H.itearbert. Brady twp J. W. Corp, f U. Kirk. Duruiido twp. John tiorroao, Wilroa Kiog. Michael Ylngllng. Cheat twp. Lawrence Killlan, Jacob A. Bretb, I). H. McCully. Covington twp. L. L FlouJ, V.. Mlgnut, Fraok Leleey. lieontur twa. Adam Oearkart, Jeaae Croat, David Uoghoa. Fcrgaioa twp,Gorge MK'iiar'.e, Joe, Moore, C. T. Mraw. Olrard l.p.-W. K. OlllllaaJ, F. A. Iligoot, Jveepli Marat. Cioahea twp W. M. Wilroa, Th-.nipauD Reed, It. O Shaw. 0. Dale, Graham twp John W Turner, A laaaa Kolbroek. Greenwood twp Jamat Cleary, C. A. Thorp, Matthew Johnrton. Gollcb twp D. C. FItoo, W. B. Caialdy, J. It. Davit. Iluatoo twp II. L. Horning, Gaorga Wearer, Tbomai B. Buoy. Jordan twp J. W. Joknieo, Jamea McQeehao, Dr. A. K. Creawell. Kartbaut twp. Uarllo Ivopp, - J. Uiililud, I. C. MnClaakey. Knox twp. Kool Bloom, Iaaac Maya, L 0. Robina. Lawrence twp. A. M. Bloom, John W. Howe, A. CI, Kramer. Morrla twp. Peter Moyar, A. C. Fottner, B. F. Wilbelm. Peon twp. D. T. Sharp, IS. W. llttburn, R. M. lloorar. Pike twp, Samuel Moore, W, A. Porter, Jaa. 0. Bloom. handy lap .ucie Kliae, aia'i I'oetlellfwaite, John Fox. I nion twp M'illlam Welty, 1, It. bmtaler, Fardiaand rleyler. IV'eodward twp C. N. King, Jeu. KimuB'tiogcr, George W, Lamuurn, KveiT Democratic elector bus the i right, under our rules, to, vote for I Two peraona for Aaenuiato Juilge, Ooe peraon f,.r Treasurer, J wo ptrrona Mr commiralooer, Two peraona for Aaditar. And fur tho proper number of dele gates assigned uitcltu rule 2d, to each election dii-lrict, not lcs.4 than two in every ci. Ill 11)0 Inrmuttolt or Hew tiWllelilE I or li'irougliH Ijclween gul.crnutoi inr cloctiona, the County t' lmmituio bun no power under the rules to RMtiatn more ttmn two tfitiiia(cH Ut tbo now districts until tiftcr tlio next (rovcrn or'a election, when tbe vote cast ahall settle the question. , The dcleratea will meet in the Court room In Clearfield, on Tl'KSDAV, SKPTEMHl'.UTW'k.NTIKTll.uti.i'o: ciscly one o'clock P. Jl., and there and then piocoed to nominate cntiliilatvs ftirttie eevernl ofllees above nufneil.unrl to select three Senatorial ('nnferrea to meet liko Conferoes from tho counties ol Centre and Clinton, for the purpose ol selecting a .Senatorial delegate to the Htate Convention, and one person as liepresentative deleglo to the same Convention, and also to elect a Chair man and appoint a standing Commit tee for 1882, as well as any other matters pertaining lo our party inter eats. It is the desire ol the County Com mittee that tbo members of the Vig ilance Committee, or Flection Hoards, be at the, .-.lection House at the time appointed, and be prompt in the liis cbargo of the duties enjoined upon them, J. P. liUUCIiriKLP, - Chairman. W. E. Wallace, Secretary. Clearfield, Pa., Aug. loin, 1181. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RI.ICTION Rt f.IS OF CI.F.ARFIEI.D COl'NTY 1881. rougrr t-oaHimiB. 1. The organlaalton of Ibe Connty Comnilteo ahall be and remain aa now contitoterithet la. ona member for every borough and townahip and a Chairman, which Committee aball be aelrcted annually hy the dalegatca.and their term nfoMee ahall begla at January follcwiag their election. or VBB DBLBQAVBB AMP OOKVaBVlOg, S. The number of delegate to wbicb eaoh die trict la entitled ia baaod upon the following rule, thai la lo aay t Each electliia dialrict in the coun ty polling one hundred Democratic votea or leae, ahall be entitled to two delegatea absolutely, and lor each additional ona hundred Demoeralio votea. or fraction greater than one half thereof, polled in aaid dlatrlet at Ibe laal prrcediag Cloveraor'a election, an additional delegate, and under this rata the following allotment of delegalca It now made fot 1931 i Durnei.le borough.,., Clearlleld Curwenarille. , DaUcia . Illen Uopa Houlrdele Lumber City , New Waibington Newhurg Oacenla. Wallerelofl Ileecaria towntbip.. BelL Itloom Hogg li.r.4 Brnly Burnalde Cheet 1 CovlngioB 2 S Decatur I X Krgaon 2 2 lllrard.... 2 2 Uraliara 2 2 Cloeben 2 2ii!renwood 2 , 2 lluliob.. , 2 Iluatoo.. . 2 Jordan , 2 KeMhauB..... . 2 Kooi ., , 2 Lawrence.... . 2 Morria . 2 Penn.. . e iHta....,.., . 4 Sandy . 2 Tnion . 2 Woodward... Total blbcviob abb arriaa or CBataaaB. ., b. The delegate electiona end County Coaveo lion aball be governed and conducted etrlrlly n acenrdnnoe with Ihe following rule, and the Chairman nf Iba County Committee aball be aunnally elected by tbe County Coarentloo nnd rball be er.ofrtVie th President of all Ctuotj Coaveutinna. TIHB nr BLBCTIBBB. 4. The election for delegatea tn repreaent lha difereutdialriota in Ibe annual Democratic Coun ty Convention ahall be held at the uaaal place nf aoining ine general eieottona lor each irl.triet, oa Ihe Setarday preceding the third Tueedey af September, (beiog lha 17th tbi year) bcgtunlBg at 1 o'clock, 1'. At., of earn day. vrn re aoLo at-arrtoR. t. The aaid dslcgate electlone shall be held by an election board, In ennBist of the memheraof Ibe Connty Cnmtalttee lor aonh dialrict, and I wo olber Demoeralio volera thereof, who aball be appelated or dealgnaud by Ibe County Com mittee. aow to nu. vArAsriBB. In caaa any of tbe peraona an eonalltating tha heard shall be abate! from tbe place of holding tbe election for a quarter of aa hour attar tbe lima appololed, by Rule First, for opening of tbe aama, bla or thair place er plaeee, aball be Slled bvan election te be conducted eiva voice by the Demooralte votart prraenl at Ihe lima. gtiAtirtcAvioaor voraaa. S. Krery quelifled voter nf tbe dittrldt, who et tbe laat general election voted tbe Democratic lionet, tball be entitled tn rota at Iba delegate eleelion. , I. The voting at all delegate eleellent ehall be by ballot; apon wbicb ballot ahall he written nr printed Ihe name or namea of the deteeate or delegatea voted for, together with any Inltrae tioat which the voter may dreire to give tbe dele gal or delegalca. Keck ballol to be received from Ihe peraon voting Ibe atma bv a mexhtr .r Ibe election board, and by hlm'depoeltad ta a boa or other receptacle prepared far Ibal parpec , to wbiob boi or other receptacle ao peraoa bnt lha mtmbtie nf tbe election board aball have aeecac er iinvraperieaB. I. He faatrejelleoc tball be received at reeea- aiaed Bnleac tbe came Be voled epea the ballot aa provided by Kale Reveatb, aer aball each la BlraetlMta, If vend epea U ballet, be bidlg "I the dele,-.te, tinl,.. caeluif er more at ia. ballon ehsll cinlala icalrurliiina curioernlnK tut I " viu,.w 1. i.raavar ecu or pwro or in nl- I- . j ill'0'' ,u" eoBUla toelraotiiine concerning any I owa uf (learttelil ..aw, u,e Jlu,.,,, .iortaJ ,D ,i,0i011 aha, . tie bold 10 li Iti'trucM o uort Ilia e.ntlitlt n.mj mr aignrct aetnoer ul etlee lor auob Thai whoo a enii.i.i. h-ein r-...i...i ,k. "' eamber ef voi,t, a di.trioi i, ,i,,0, ' " ro ai-vuruitnoe wiia uoia loinctuia. b,cmel iMJ , lh de, , , ,.M Ju; iru-i 10 omi innir votet for Ilia naalidaa baviiig rld tba ot hiohut noaiber of ..u, iu b.,..;. I bava rwelvi'd ona.rourLb Iba auiabar of vutea pullud fur tba eandiiUtei, coaitccriao raa SLaorioa, aareaai aaDsi.aaKa. S. Eaob alrotloa board aballktap anvourala Hal eiaeiioea, bioh Hai of voi.ra tog-acher wiih a full aod oumD eta ralum r auoti am,i u Mn. ol toe tiaaiaa of all aartona votln at auob taiolog an accural ataumaut of lb peraona elected delegate and all iaalructiona voted, aliall baetrliDcd by aald board lo th County Conven tion, upon printed blauke to be lurniabad by the County Cowmittae, coRTBSTiss saxva or bbi.vo xtki, raat'ii, arc 10. Wheoevor from any dietrict, quailfled Daw ecratic Vetera, in nurubere eiual to five limee ibe delegalaa which roeb dialrict hae in Iba County Oeoveotten, ehall eomplaia la wrltlag af ao nu doe eleclioo ol talaa ratura of delegMee or uf ia airurtioni, in which ectopia let lua alleged fwla ahall b apMially aotferth an I varltled by Iht affidavit of on or mora pereoae, each eomolalat aball have tbe right lo oeuleat the aat of auob delegalri or tbeir validity of aucb loatrufltlona. a eoauimg or rtva. Kucb eooiptaint aball bn hoard hy a Committee of Sva delegalaa t be appololed by the Fraaidont of Iba Convention, which aaid Committee aball proceed to bear Iba pertiw, lbir pruola and allegatiooa, and aa a,N,a aa may be reported to lb Coaveallon whot deleaalea are entitled to aeala therein, and a bat toatruetione are blading upon aueh delegate. M'beetuuoB tba Uouveotion aball proceed immediately, upon the eall of lb ya and naye, lo adiipl or reject the report of ine woDieauag pariaoa. jn a bine eall or the yeaa and naya tba aamsa of Ui.delgiM wboae aaata are contaated or wboae ioaUue'ioua are diaputed, aball be omitted. QruiiricATioa ur nat.BNAvaa apaarin-TKa. II. All delegate malt reaide la lb dirtrlot Ibey repreaent. In cite n( ahaeaoc or iaability te attend, aatntitaliurt rlay be mad from eiu- n. .it tha di.lplnt. " -"' William P.. i o.i.t ta.r.c wo.a. b, a,,.,,.,,,., in advance ol tbe others, ho being the!. "K " "7 w,ulDcr ' y. William l.t,, DeW,t, M citf ln,truclinl ; rBl t of the lodge after leavimi the l" ''" "''h progress MU) defy all .rd Liti, John; '"" '"' ditncie, and if . I. dated council. Crow Dogwaa seen ap-1""""!"" 'gu iso n. j no ueiui, ..,,, o. .,....., oi ,oc u ,n- nrnach n Snnttr.il Tail u i . i u' -l'ei biiu i rocior plantations, wo N. u..Kll.nd.r, 1. Li U. t. .r euch deiegai. , del.. I1 iT" "... are told, have already suffered erectly. tbe delegate at delegalaa ao elleodintr ahall he i wagon and was stcppini; down. When lorlhwith eapoled Iron the Voaventloa, and I Kiw.iiul T..II I. .. . L i .b.llaolbeelif.bleto.nyolUo.arpU.eot t.u.l, N"''lI Tail Todc. up to him ho sud in tba party tot a period ol two yeara. I dollly raised Up anil shot Spotted Tail a uaJoaiTrorai.L aarK-aaar to goaiaxiK. .through Ihe loll breust. Tho chief n. In Conrtntion a majority of all th Jeic-' fell from his horse, but rose to his feet galea ahelt la aecaaaary lo a nomination , and ! and made three or lour step towards no prraon a aim aball be excluded from Iba Hal i m . t j 1 . . of iandidatei oncii .iu, iba BUtll ballot ol C.mw, IV endeavoring to draw his a . w"',!, ii.ainii'iiwna : alio - ...... u..... i.v l,h hi l in lilt. ente, wbeo lite peraon receiving tbe leaal ouml.r vi ,. uv- uni.ivu airucx imm ine I eod ao on attach euonetiive vote aalil a aorai ihe roil, lion la madi, rov.iied, chat it there ehall h a 'Oa j tie vote beweeo t wo or more ot Ihe candidatea I fr .nT otbie. dnrine the ballollne of rl, sl. galea, then in that oaa ibe eaadtdata having ra eeived th bwaat popular rote aball be dropped, and the ballotiag proceed, rasat.vr ra noauirriaii maims aau aataaav. 14. If any porton who 1 a candidate for any nnminatiel betore the Cooaty Convention, ahall be proven lo have oQcrrd or paid any money, or olber variable thing, ar made any prumiae of a nonrideraiioB or reward lo any peraon for hit vote nr tinuenee, to recur tba delegate from aoy dialriot, cr ahall have offered or paid any monoy or valuable thing, or pruuiiaed any oonaidaration or reward, tu any delegate lor bie vot, or to any other ptraen with a viae of indulging or aaeur ing thavotaa uf delagatei, or if tbo aama ahall be donr by any other peraun with the knowledge and coiaent of aoi-b eanilidale, the name of auob candidate ahall ha Immediately alrloken from the lial of tandiilalea, or if aucb lact be aacertained alterha nomination toaliy orrn'Cfand balorr the Soul aJJournin-nt, Ihe naut of Ibe numlnoe aball LTiSTT :."J".r ,:.'' :" "': aui'li peraon ehall be ineligible to any nout, nation by a Onven'inn. or to an election a a delegate Ibareaher. And ia aaae II aball I a alloaad aflar lb. .IJoarnm.nl of .be C.n.cti ..a lb. I an, .an- didate tut in nouiiinlliuii bat been goillj ol aucb i', oraoy o'hor fr:iu inUot pr:icoci.a to ol.taivj .uch n.roln.iloo.tb. ebarge .ball b. "T'-'ee - , - . ... - a ih,. thx.vrlv m..v Pf,o.O.. I i If any delegate ibad rcoeive any money or other valoehle Ihing, or accept Ihe pnoiia of any eenai Irration or reatrd tn be pald,deltvcrcd, or eetared to biiu, or aor peraon for tuch dole gate aa ei induiemrnt for bie vote, op,,n proof I of rbe tact I . the aal-'tatioii of the Convention, i aaeb delegate ehall be forthwith expelled, and .al nul be tw.iie I aa a deleg.ua tu any fuiuto '-oineotir.o.ac.l bIhIi b inaiiible to any pirty nomiaatiofl Bi'tt v nava rBBfatiBVOK. Id. Cataa arlrtog ur, Irr tbe mice ahall have ptrnrdrnce over all other bceiaeea lb Coaeentioa, ualii deleriniaad jtaariaQ er vna roavatnoB. 17. Tbe Coartty ConveatioB abalf meet anhit a'ly, In lie Ciurt llooae at I o'clock P. M., on tho third Tqeiday ef deptenber. eaieeraranaaTB e eawetnaeira. 1 -. The name c all the eandldalet for oNlee MbellheanBoBneed at leag three weeka pretiuua to Ibe time of holding the primary elcetioa. J. P. b"RckFIKLD, Chairman. We. E. tVAI.LAOB. Secntery. Si us. Fillmoiii list u. Mia. Millard Killmore, wile of the late ex-President Kiilmoro, died at her residence in lliif falo, N. on Thursday night last, the 11th inat., aged tuventy-one yeara. Mrs. I'illmorc's lifa vns oboracteriicd by charity, both publio and privato, boing a liljeml siibsoribor to many nt the public cbaritahb institutions of that city. Mrs. Fillmore received a scvero stroke of paralysis In October loft, which rendered poworless ono aido of her body anc very nearly de prived her of tip fteulty o enecch. From this stmko she olmost fully re covered, and on Suniny morning, tho 7th inst., she was hrlht nnd cheerful, About noon on that cay sho sustained a second stroke of paralysis, and since then bas bcon In a very critical condi tion. 8bo was lite socond wilo of President Fillmore, whom she married after tlio expiration of his Presideti(in term. v pH giio mari led the ex President sho was the widow of Kzekicl Mcintosh, of Albany, whero sho then resided in tho old Schuyler munsion. Tbo first wife of President Fillmoro was Abim,.! Powers, who died at Willard't Hitel in Washing ton, on March 30, W53, less than a month after tbo oxpuation of his term of otllco. During that time, however, she had been in poo health, and loll to her only daughter. Miss Mary Abi gail Fillmoro, tho duty of presiding formally over tho Wbite House. The daughter tllod on Jul 26, 1851, at the early ago ol twenty two yours. Tho ex-President died at BulTulo on March 1, Jf. IIancook at YonKrowN. It was a fitting and graceful get in Secretary Uneoln to Invito Mnjnr (ion. Hancock to tnko charge of tbe military display at, ine i orxiown conionnlal celcbra tion. General Ilanecck is not only one of Ibe most distlreulsbod and ca pable officers in the Army, but his noaring as a raniiiriolo lor tho Presi dency, both bulora and since tba elen tion, was In Iho highest detrreo crodit- ablo to him. His annearance at tho inauguration ceremonies, and Iho oor- dlnl relations cstabliehod with Prcsi dont Garfiultl, showed a mind superior to disappointments. In addition to the propriety of General llancock'i selection in recognitlos of his atnnding ns an officer and his character as a patriot, tbo further eonaideration of his acceptability to the Southern peo ple, among whom Iho eelchratlon is to lie hold, was not, we trust, lost sight ol. Tho Kighlh Annual 'f ri-Stato Picnlo of the Patrons of Husbandry and tnr mersof Hontbern Ponniylvania, Mary land, West Virginia and adjoining Slates, will bo held at Williama' tirovo, Cumberland connty, Pg on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 29, 30 and 81, and September 1 and 2, 1881. Although ffntton np nndor the ausplocs of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, this exhibition ia attended hy thntisanda of farmers onlslda of the Order; in fact it has booomo the great annual resort of the fanners of Pennsylvania, Now Jorsey, Maryland, Wost Virginia, Vir- ginia ana Delaware, and therefore af fords a rare opportunity for manufac turers to advertise their machinery. Last year tho exhibition was attend ed hy 40,000 people, No Kon The Wheeling Intelligen cer Bays: While the steamer "Handy" waa approachlnu Portsmouth. Ohio, on Sucd-v taorcins, tbe 7th Inat . four. teen shots were shot into her from a wagon on Ihe road close to tbe river hank. Tbe pilot had to lie down to ascape the bullula, whieb also entered the engine room and Ibe sabio, one of the bales just mitwing a lady paaaenger. No cause te known tor the attack. Are we civilised T JlOW SPOTTED TAIL DIED. OKflCIAI. ACCOUNT or Ills MI'llllXIt II enow Don. Yankton, 1. T., August 10 The oillcinl account ol the murder ol Siiot- , ted Tail win received lure lust night hv I ;.r o I '....l a,.....t .1... U I "' '. u I . ' ... .... &.m,i, 1 1 runs as fidlowe: About noou ou 5lh ''. Plurf ' r"l-ned at tho agent's ollice lo receive instructions reniirding bis conlemplulel visit to Washington, bo having been selected as one ol the renreseiitaLivuu nf ilm ! Himix at the coming conference at the , ... r . Mutionnl capital, lie was urged to start ut unce, us a letter from I he In dian office direc ted him to report to Agent Andriis, nt Ynnkton agency, no later thau the 5lh inst. As a delega tion from the Pine Ridge agency was expected to reach Hoseiiuil agency, on ins evening oi mo otu, Mpotted Tail conciuiieti to wait until the next morn ing and go with the Red Cloud dele gation to Yankton agency. This ar rangement having been decided upon Spotted Tail decided to bavo a tulk with his people that uftemoon and re ceive an expression of their views up. on the subject to come before the conference. Bidding halox good-bye, saying he would call at the otllco in the evening to receive any further in structions whlcb miifht in the moan, tune occur to that gentleman, Spotted Tail left lor the Indian villngo to con fer with bis people. An interview was held with tbo Indians, they had a very long talk and feast and tho coun cil broke up. Spotted Tail mounted bis horse and sturted homeward. The Indians were scattering in everv di rection with the noted chief somewhat piMOl. urow Dog jumped In his Wag. ! on and drovo off at lull snee.l totcanla I, Id fflmti a...na nl.,A m.O... .K.J.... ".I', Iltlln IIIBIUIIL. Ibe Acting Agent at once issued an order lor tho arrest of Crow Dog, un der u paragraph in tho treaty of 18IM, which rentiers him amenable to while man's law. In oomplianno with these orders, the Indian police accomplished the arrest of Crow Dog and he was sent to Fort Niobrara lo await trial ,v" "'"i""', 1SDIAX OUTRAGES MEXICO. IX XEW Denver, Col., August 13. A special dispatch of yestorday's date to tho Republican from McCarthy, H. M-, says: "Couriers bavo Just arrived horn L,n Havoyo runcho, forty mileB I'niin here, with intelligence that I.ieu- tenant (iuilloylo uuo rcaheil there j uov lutein. i ncy loillKl iwt) Ifletl dcuil, I and leoi ned that threo women hud l llrt., ..,.,.:, I ,.iv tu , ;., . , , . I .T"' ' " 1 "n captives. Lieutenant ; a II 1 1 1 iy to ll lit J I WO ftghtH with lljll lu- idians very retfoiitly, und cuiilurcd ! UOnilll!Mab'lU Stock, besides rotltimr i ., . , .1., m,. i- , . . . . thCm Tlio troops In the field l.avu 4. .. . .. .- . . . . tieen iruvciltlir niIll Ulltl llliy, ami aro ! vitrj- miicn latiKUcti. rruni is Jitiraii, of t'atnlicra, is hero with a luro purty of Mexicans, but without atms, and asks iho Oovcriimoiit to ftl'ilii utntr.u riitiun, thm tlioj uiiy at once com tncnoe opcrationa against the lmlinns. I'he hosnlos are between La Savoye and the Dutil Mountain. Troops are boini sent from Monica and Avera to intercept them, and it ia thought thoy will Biic'ceed in doinir so." The R-'publican'i Santa Ke advices from below aro to tbo effect that the situation is more serious than ever ticturo as regards the outbreaks of tho Moscaloro Apaches. The Indians, in small bands, are raiding the country, and It ia ntturly imposaihlo lor Ihe troops to come up with them. He porta ol murdora and depredations committed hy them upon isolated com munities oome in evory day, and thore ia no telling the dainago done or the number of Uvea lost sinco they hare been in tbe field. Tbe supply ol troops is unequal to the emergency. General Hatch ia in the field notifying the people to aim, and informing them of tbemovomenlsol the Indians as far as known. Two prospectors wore killed by the Indiana in tho Florida Motintaina and a number near the Guadeloupe llountaiua. There is tho greatest ajinrelionsion all over the ootintry, and unless more troops are ordered to tho district there Is no lm medialo prospect of a belter outlook. A LARGE EIRE IX ST. LOUIS. AH EXPLOSION FOLLOW I NO A LIUIITNIN14 . STROKE. On Tbursdny evening the Atlantic flouring mill, corner of Main and Plum streets, St. Louis, of which Geo. Hain, oq., president of the .National Millers' Association, is president aud manager, was struck by lightning. An ex plo sion seems to have instantly followed tho stroke of lightning. The bolt had scarcely touched tho building wbon flro issued, as if by magic, from its overy part and in half itn hour tho mill and its entiro contents wore com pletoly doslroyed. A number of mon at work on different floor wore blown through the doorways and windows, receiving serious and perhaps fatal in juries. Tho flro spread immediately to tho Fnltiio City Oil Works, emend ing on Plum street from Alain to river front. The Works burned vuiy fiercely. A warehouse containing rosin and turpontino on Iho same block, was also in flumes and tho Plum street depot of the Iron Mountain Iiailroad, on tho opposite side ef tho street, was in great danger. About seventy mon were deployed in tho mill, all of whom, it ia aaid, are accounted for. fcOVurl nf them reara badly burned, bowovur, nnd have been sent to tho hospital. The loss on the mill is 1.0,UOO; insurance, 8120,000. Tbe Futuro City Oil Works were damaged about fl.'i.Ooil. Thb Assassin'i AfTontoiinAPiiT. A Washington telegram says ; Gui toau's autobiography, now complete, oonlatns about 10(1,000 word. It will not bo published nor usod In Court In its present shape. Some parts of it will ncvor see tho light. One portion ol it relates lo the ruinnf his wife in Phil adelphia bof.ire thoir marriage, and another to varloua scandals about pub lic men oi noiii parlies. Uuitcau thinks it Is to be published in lull, with pict ures and autographa of himself and Colonel Corkhill and a photograph of mo jail, llulfa doaon publishers have applied for it. Ono offers a handsome sum ol money and 25 percent, royalty. no estimates the probable saloa ol the first edition at 250,000. Of course no publisher will got It. (Jultoaii appcara to like his monotonous, isolated life. Trr n i n li Windstorm ( 'ti a u n r n . nt'Ru, Pa, August 13. A torrihlo wind storm accompanied by heavy rain vial- ten linn piaco tins aiternoon. Tbo root of St. James' Muthodist Fpisco pal Church was blown off and carried sixty feet and Iho gable ends and ceil ings were ermbed In. Tha chunk ia badly damairod. The roola of Dill. lift and privato biii.dinK were blown off and ono houno wur enllrely upset. The ili.'U of the yT Company wore blown down and piled MToral fuel bigb on Second street. So one waa hurt. Tbe atorm was severe at PhUadolnhi also at Petenburar, Y. No lives tout. Pennsylvania I'iniies. In the re port of Messrs. James Dtifl'y, of Mari etta, II. ,1, Reetler. of Huston, l.'cnja ruin L. Ilewilt, of llollidaysburg, and their colleuKiies ol the I'uniisylvaiiia Slate ('omtuii.sioiiers ol' fisheries, we Hud that there are at least one nun drcd and forty specie of hVhcs in the waters of tho Slute. and that of these, eiubiy species are important for fiiod and may bu cultivated to udvantnge. Thirty-one species aro found in the Delaware and its tributaries ; but tbeir are forty-one in the Allegheny river and its tributaries, which shows that end of the .Stale to have an advantage in the variety of fish, lood, and it be ing a brainy kind of nourishment, It may account for the preponderating inniienco ol the western counties in tbe Legislature. It is lo bo considered that the Allegheny river fishes bavo tho wholo range of the thousands of miles ol waters ol the Ohio and Missis sippi Valleys. The Ohio river catfish are enormous in size, occasionally run ning to a hundred and even a bundled und fifty pounds. The commissioners think these might ho transplanted, so to speak, to tho Delaware with ad vantage. Tux Gbound on King. Tbo Savan nah (bu.) .Aitr contains tho followine- For about two months a dense smoke on the Carolina side of the Savannah River has been visible ovory day from this city, aud once or twice during that period tho wind, netllinir in this direction, bus filled our streets with tho disagreeable odor of burning veg etable mutter. Ou making inquiry wo learn that tbe smoke arises from the burning of the turf or peat of rice fields in that locality, which took fire while every day increase tho cfamaje to an alarming extent. Large areas of tho rich pcut soil of those valuahle plantations bavo already been burnt out down to tho wet sea level, entail ing damage to the soil that will require centuries to repair. Why Should They? No mar. or woman can do satisfactory work when tho brain is dull, the nerves unsteady, the system relaxed and they feel gen erally wretc hed. Why should lawyers, merchants, clergymen, doctors, me chanics or mothers often miserably drag through their work in this con dition, when a small amount of Park er's Ginger Tonio will always, at raocl eralo cost, clear tho brain and give them tho strength and thoy will per form their duties satisfactorily. We have felt its strengthening and brae ing offects and can rcommond it most highly'. Seo othor column. 8 3-lt. ttnounrnufutis. Primary Election, Saturday, Sept. 17. Fkk. Th fat oirmt bn paid in Jtso, mai wili U i ttilk.wa : For Tretur-r, IU. for An tvoMul Jtl. J8. fur County UommiMioner. for C'Miai Au4ildr, &. Tbi will pty for It,. CHO lkkt.li f-.f 4i.U cnrfijtut ttbil tLts uu ltetito blski. ASPOCIA'tK JI'Dllli. Y'.V'ir'iJ "'. ..""""ff "" '"'!- ....... ... ..v -,, u, ..inerneiij, aa e eaaltaate for Ibe ott-e of A.swiale Jn le, aalijert te Ibe rulaf cifornlnc the I Um or at l purtv. t'oitoOitn trldrrii, tlri.ld, Wt tit nihofimj lo Ranun th intra of JOHV IIOCKW.'.IIKHKV, of titit io-dhI,,,-, li ft atrndiiUt for lb oA.t of Aiiooiiti Ju1g, ub Jecl to Iba rate g wrnag the lim'Vra.lns piriy . Poi,ufflc.j ftddnia, Mrfbcrrtin. Fft. W r ftathnHied t ftnnannn tb ntw of JACOB W. GAMPI.KMi.fjf Ball tflwaihip, U ft Aandidata for lha office of AraooiMo Judyo, aubjiat lo Iho rulaa g'irrrainK tha Damooratit irtv. FnftoffiM adrJrcM, Cuihrft. Wo ara oulnnHif". to lanfiantio th nm of DAN Kit W. MOoKB. of Clrt.l bnroufh, onii for lb omt of Aiaejro sjutlgi, uhjoct to tb rula gortroing th Uaatuortttto foaloQa tttlreM, Clcftrlold, Pft. Wo ro tiuthnHifrl tn annmnea tho am of VllAHLKS u. WATSON, of Clmrfleld Boroogh. aa ft eon did -aa for th offio of Aaaociat Ju if , utjMl .0 tho rulti i-jTaralos tba Uinoort.ot Iiartj. Potto ft tj addroM, 01tarlc.il, Pa, THEASURBIV. W ar anthnriiH to anaoBaoo th bwi of JACOB P. KTK1NKK. of Daratur towoabip. aa a randldaU for tb often of Troaiarar, aibjact to tbo rli gnnrnlnK Daiftott party. Poftofioa addrata. l'hillpibara;. Pa, W ar ftnihirlfsd to anaonae tho Ban of DAN1KL SI KWAhT, of brtwiford tow a. hip, a a candidal fur Traamrar, tutjet to th rulaa got era ing tb DaiDrxratlr party. Poitoffle addrtia. Woo lr.a( ?a. Wear authtTlifd to announco th a an of TIlOMAll A. HOOVRIl, of I'lk lowDihip, a ft candidal fur tha oft of TrMurtr, tub ta 1 the rulaa fnrraiD lb Uamoctatio party, Pottoflle addreri. Cnrw MavUle, P. w authorlioil to an amino tha nam of jutin . ltniAhia. or UuUuIa borough, ai candidal for tb offlr of Traamrar, uhjrrt to uiv r lOTorninit in vrnooraile party, 1'oittitllo add re , UtiUola, Pa, woar aathoriiffl to aoaoanrt th ftajo of ejuuri w, niinnaht.ol tloarfiald borougb, a ai.ditUt tor tba omo of Traanurcr, mbjeet to rmw (irtrminir tn uenoerattft party. J'tatofflo adria, C loaf 61 dt P. W ar Mthnriae.il to anttoajtio tba aama of W. MILTON HUAW.of tlaarfialrl brouKb, aa a oKuuiHeiM ior in omr oi irauarer, lubjaclto l ruir juicro'Di ioe urinocTATlo party. PoatuMM addrer. OkarSeld, Pa, W ar aulht-rlifd to annonnn tba nan of CHAKLKMSCHWKM, of Bradv lownahin. . eaadidat for tb t(bo nf Tranrr. aabjt to ' ji'icriiiin V.U.J uamnnrau party, PoatcDo ad dram, Lutherbarg, Pa, W ar authorliFil lo aannaar th nan of i'-.iir,i,niMlKU,or Hrady toarBuhip, at a eo ota at mr lh oRlr of Trarr, atthjeet t th ri fovarniaf ut iiaamoralio parly, t' a t offio addrtaa, ImuttUI, Pa. rOMMTaSSIONER, t, aari',T' " owm Ih nam of """i rariiio towaihip, as oandidaf fur th Se of Ceuatv CuiamliiioBr, Uijot to Ihf raits gurcrmng ih Uvaioorfttto Pttofl1 addrM, Marmn, Pa. . ,0,nr"l- In ti.BoBf tht niinc of -uun u i is A f , f Plk towoabip, aa ft oandl data lor lb ollie of Oimnt CimMii..n t jct to lh r tilt i govaraiag th Uanoeratio party. "tuiUfaj suurct, niOOtniDg'OD, l a. W ar auUmritad to aanoinca th oan of v-mi.-i rit-nitii, ai vovmgtoa townihlp, aa a tun did at for tb ofle of County Ooaitaiaiooar, .mw tm mm nun goTOrniUf ta Uaaioerm pany. PoitutBca adrtraNt, Praarhvllla, Pa. m oor naa lo aonoano lh Bam of ","'k" '', of Nw Wftphtnfrton U.mmi(.onr, ul.jat t th rla. gurvmiig tb PoitoOlo ftddr, IVaw WaihlagtoB, Pa. u-tt odTiiati in annotinoo Ih aata of """"'1 r. viiA-MUtKU. orOrwcniillhnr ouKht aaaoandidato lor lh oft of Couaty Con. niiMioor, unn to th tulei f.werniDf -b, UDOfvrali party. PuatoSto addri, Carwmi;f, --T. tbortil to aannvaf tb oam f fcLAH JOHNMrojf.of (raoi.d looaahtp, at .... . ..wvw ui wanly vaiaiaitaiooer. sobjeel te te the relet (omelet Ik Ueejoeretic party. Poctnilea ai.lreet, Qranplaa Hilli, Pa. We are eetliiirltea' te enBoanee Ibe steie ef FRANCIS K. COI TKRKT, f Kartbaut te.a rnip, aa a canlllie fnr tbe offlee of County Ocrnrolasloner, snbjeet te Iba rale oTCrnln Ibe Veetelnee adilreaa, Rarlkau, Pa, We arc aulBorlted la aasannce tba aaata el nai.iiAra at. bliiusi, el fit tt,woahip, a a eanilidale lor tba ottlne ef Coant Coremualuaer tul.Jeel telhcrnea(ererclD(lbel)eraeeratlc partj. ....., aunea. rJiUOBnBSCCB, fa. ai'DlTOR. We are aelhnrlaa4 te anaoaaee Ibe ease ef HKI IIK.N H'BAW, ct Jcrda, lo..h,n"aa a eaeilldale for the crane ef Auditor, rableoi te ibe ralea (nrereln. tbe Deaeeralle parly. FuBloBee addrcae, Aaioarllle, I'a,' yfty g.arrtUrmruti. F F.0R1 H A "" 0K0RIA.-Fer laf. 1 JjVIUJA Btalloa ai.net Ibeac Stalee real the HtTaaaaa Moaetas Nawa. Wbbblt Iraaranetb I rale sheet) St a Teari Dalle lis a jer. ih Beet nepere IB IBB HtlBIB. eneiei B ecBia. Addra.t. Kaale i it ii.jt' "' K"T,I, """i Ot. 1)1 111 IC NcnK B,-I do bcreb, re.,ke end anaul caj aad all amhorltr ef what a..a bled and nature, at aa; tleae haralefora leca to Joceiib a. A nee, te Be or Iraaeact aa ka.lr.eea let eie ee te aaaia, Bed eaai.i. , writua BirarBtcal lalecl ea er aboal Jejt lib. ISfSt aad I Be ber.br war. all xee. SelB kadaaec wllh blea Bar aa et ea Bl aiaaal as I wm bb4 rattft ac cMtc lha aaaaf Nt.Hr., (B.rl ft. 0.) lH. 1T, mX-K ,fu' 3adt'rrtisfmfttts. 11 fUAVKH. thereby give notice that t era V V prepared tn weave all kinde of carpal lo order, at my plaeeof rerideuceln Parndire, l.w renee lowsibip. BAH ( Altl'Et 18 MY SI'L'OIALTY. Call (in I'aradlae) or addrn.t DAVID WITIIKROW, Clea-aeld, I'a. Aug. Id, 1 SSI-tie IXKlirnilf mTICK.-Notleela bare. J by givea that Lellere 1'eatameotary on lha eai.te of KLKANOR WHUILKY, (relict of J. K Wrigley) lale of Clearfield borough, Fa, dae'd, bavlog baea doly granlod to tbe underNignad, all peraona Indebted te aaid eatate will pleere make Immediate eaeymenl, and Ibnte having claima or demanda agaiaat Ibe aama will praaent Ibam properly anibenlieated for Battlement. JOHN Nol'.lUS, SR., Kxeentor. Curwentvllle, Pb., Aag. IS, ISSI St.e Dm II glvea that Ihe Comraleeloaera of Clearneld oounty will receive eealed prnpoeala at Ibeir office unlit ThurnUay, Auifuat SAttl, ubtil i o'clock K. M., lor lepairiog toe Lower Bridge, at Clear Bald, and put It in goao repair, of which builder and meebantoa will pleaee tale notice. -O. W. KYLKK, F.LAII JDHNKOK, JOHN NOHHIr). Alteat: J, A. Fanar, Clark. Comraitalonert. Com'ra' OIBoe, ClearDeld, Pa., Aug. Ill, 'Sl ot. iWohn Wanamakfr'j m r2 amoni wtlu-r jlac i WlV$'f ' f imer's, iitv tlran Ik XF&r acre ..'.mi a.- nilcl v ith Dry Goods ill Ji7 CariK-tt, Chirtii. Furniture, etc Th Lx ih Caijuti, last acj.:.nn through the air, anil arc also worth seeing." There is a Lita -h-Huwi in the building. Valises, baskets and Mckagcs can be li ft in charijc of attendant in Ladies' Waiting Room. , Mr. Wanamakcr is desirous that visitors should feel at home when they come, and he free to purchase or not, as tlicy please. Note. Our large Catalogue, with prices and full directions for shopping by mail from any part of the United States, will be mailed gratuitously upon request, address John Wanauakhr, Grasd n.- rcir. r-it-tDPiPiiiA. Pouuitir cifina lUafltint (lirrtlsrramt. The Light Running Domestic 1 r j: ii Cd.'Bt !, at t1 arae g !; I t!-.' i, TIIK manr aaeieelM qaalillet or TBI LIOIIT Rt'NNINci DOMESTIC bare aeeered for It aa enprcredea let derr.aa.1. No atodcra iatproveaaeat nf worth but what baa beee addee) For Li,lee. of Reunion. Snjerieritr of llaoaraetara. Kiror.lieiiy of Meeaceraeat, or Raaee e( Wart, Ibe UOMKSXI0 turpaatet all oihara. Riamiria Ha tointe anj he eoeeleeed. Call aa er a'Wre.t 1. A. katATZKH. Aireut far Ct.ara.lS f..i. NflAfllfS. (Ill and Attachments Jety 1 3 lSSI.II IThf grw I'tomr j&rulnji FLECK HAS IT I THE KING OF ALL 1 1 THE LIGHT-RUNNING . . CNEWHOME) No. 4, Half Case, Manufacturers' Price $50.00, i will sell Pop Cash, and Cash Only, fop $30.00. No Exchanging For Old Machines. No Traveling Agents Employed to Sell Machines, Thus Doubling the Cost. ALL MACHIXES WARRANTED FIRST-CLASS. By ptirchrising machines from mo direct, you receive the benefit of ell commissions, ns I buy them for CASH, nnd sell them for CASH. THE "NEW HOME" MACHINE Is tho result of twenty-five yean practical experience in tbe mon ulacturo of sewing machines, and contains more points of excellence than can bo found in nny otheV machine. In its construction is combined SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY, RELIABILITY, SPEED, STRENGTH AND BEAUTY, Producing machine Capacity unoqualed for Wide Tho Light-Running "Now Home" Uses a Straight, Self-Setting Needle and makes the Dotible-Thread 'Lock Stiteh. It is the iwrfoction of mechanism for "nn'iffi BINDING, CORDING, BRAIDING, bKAMIXG, QUILTING, TUCKING DARN INO. "EMSTITCI1INO, EMBROIDERING FRING ING, GATHERING, RUFFLING, ETC, ETC. It adapted to every variety of sewing, from tho lightest muslin to the heaviest cloths, and does a greater rango of work than any other machine made. It runs lighter U the ropiest, easiest operated, best made, nnd most elegantly ornamented machine in the world, combining every requisite to produco a Perfect Machine. FOlt BALE IN CLEARFIELD ONLY BY T. A. FLECK. Aug. 10, 1881-tf. Ill ABKET. STBEEt- fif gldrrrttsfmrnK. MEAT MARKET. F. M. CAEDON & BEO., Ob Market Pr,, ana door weetof MaBaloa H,,, CLIARFIKLD, PA. Oar arrangementt are cf the Boat eounleu character lor (Voiaklog tbe publia with Freak . "7 "'" '". ana oi ine very belt nnalny. He ala. deal In all blnda of Agricultural loipla. nienle, which we keep oa eiblbitloa for tbe bee. ent of the public Call around whea la towa and take a look at thlnga, or addreti ae n, . , . . F. al.CARDONABRO. Clearlleld, Pa., July 14, lirt.tr. fit Clearfield Nursery. ENCOURAGR 1IOMK INDUSTRY ryUK nndaralgaed, kaving eeubli.bed a Nar 1. aery on tba 'Plk., .I.t hf bWM, Cienrfleld and Curwenaville, ia prepared to far. ni.b all kind of FRI'IT TREKS, (aludard and dwarf,) Uvcrgreeae, Bhrnbbery, Qrape Vlnti Uooeehorry, Lawloa Blackberry, Btrawbarry' and Raapberry Viae. Alto. Siberian Crab Treat CJalnee, and early aearlet Rbabarb, Ae. Ordara prompUy auandow te. AddretB, J. D. WRIUHT, aepll-SS-f CnrweaavUle, Pa. (Slothing gmi'frl.Sfmfnt. yciti Wfil und, nmoiiir ntlu r jlace rand a tilery three Goods, Cliinn. Furniture, etc The i' larm- .onl ncatitiful i-iteZfr&iVmr Pliil i-i .iohia l'ieliii-e 0'Mri, to which admittance U free. The I'liriiiiiot'C Tni.. cam ini' the money the Khcirie-Tsnl't M'lehinrril, B 1 fnr all MiAm.. r. C.l. ,vi (.ii aaaoAiutuco tut uaioi parlitne adi-rrtistmrat. for Easo of Management and Range of Work.