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THURSDAY, SEPT. 2ft. 1881.
i Oysters Saturday at Morgester's. Henry Buttcrfu98, of Bridgeport, '.donn .is visiting hi brother, Jacob 'ButterTuM of this Borough. , ' paries Tackles, of Michigan, half-brother of W. C. Healy of this place Is here on a visit for a few days. Just received at the New York Store, the largest,, finest, cheapest '.and best stock of clothing and gents' '.'furnishing good ever brought to Tthlgway. Call and nee the grand new stock. The Catholic cemetery at this "place was dedicated by Binhop Mullln, 'of Erie, on Suuday, Sept. 18, 1881. Mallby'sCoconnut in one pound jTancy canisters fluent goods in mar ket at Morgester's. Ml8siouoryise!hHces were held in the Catholic church every evening last week. During the hurry of lout week (we inadvertently neglected to notice a tvery pleasant call from our valued friend liev. H. V. Talbot, and wife, of Bherrett, Armutrong county, who were here on a visit several days ago. Urandpa Talbot is the new title that brings a smile to lit face. , . Resolution of the Bar. At a meetiug of the bur of Elk r. . county, held at the court house on Tuesday, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted and ordered U le presented to court: . Wherkas, His Excellency James A. OHrneld, President of the United Ktntes of America, was on the 2d day of July last past ho seriously wounded ,ly an assassin that, languishing from that time, his death is now announ ced; And Whereas, It Is the duty of all 'citizens, and more especially of those to whom the execution and enforce ment of the laws are committed, to nteadily and firmly discountenance nil infractions thereof; therefore. Ilciioliicd, That in the death of His Excellency the President of the United States, we recoguiy.e that the nation has lost a citizen eminent for his services as a soldier uml as a states manwho, froia the ,rank9 of the people, by hlao'.vn merit, rose to the 'piost exulted position that enn be con ferred upon him by his admiring and now sorrowing fellow-citizens. Jlenoli'cd, That the heroism and for titude displayed by him during a long and paiulul illness but counrni the opinions of his neighbors and friends jConcerning his christian character, his nigh moral nature and unbounded courage qualities which Influenced his whole jnurneyof life and gnined 'for him in all stations to which he was called, in the forum, the army, and in legislative halls of the nation, the sin Cere admiration and esteem of all with whom he was brought in contact. L Resolved, That we recognize the assassin who lias thus deprived this great and good man of his life, his family of strong support, and a nation ("tf Its President, as the most fiendish of mortals. .We leave him to account to his God and the laws of the land. Resolved, That we most heart ly and cordially join in the sympathy for the widow and family that will be felt by ,t he world, as well as by their fellow citizens. Resolved, That the court be re quested to have these resolutions xpread upon the minutes, and that the ,court adjourn for a day. XiKO. A. B.YTHHUN, V. H. M'CAULKY. W. W. AS1K8, G. W. Wlhzkli., Jxo. G. Halt., H. M. Powkhs, Kt'Ftis IjLcokk, W. S. Hamm.kx, J. M. Hon kam, Geo. It. Dixon, J. A. Jkxks. . Now, September 20, 1881, ordered to bespread at length upon the minutes W the court, and that, out of respect for our deceased President, the court adjourn for the day. MARRIAGES. t Brown Bakcikr At Wilcox House arIor, Wilcox, Pa., on Sept. 22, by O. Montgomery, Esq., Mr. Frank Brown, and Miss Ellen Barger both Tf Woodland, Clearfield Co., Pa. Ekdahi. Ornstedt. Ou Thurs day, September 18th, at Rcnovo, by Itcv. J. Sander, Mr. Nelson Ekdahi to Miss M. W. Ornstedt, both of Kenovo, ..Stoneuurg Bkxoston On Tues day eveniug.Sept. 20th,at the Lutheran Parsonage by Rev. J. Sander, Mr. N. J. "Stoneburg to Miss Minna Iieng ston,both cf Ridgway, Pa. DEATHS. OfA)N-On Sept. 20, 1881. Martin Olson, of this place, aged about 34 years. He leaves a wife and two children He was a native of Sweden, although a resident of Germany about 12 years, previous to coming to this country about two months ago. Lamoree. Suddenly of paralysis at tne residence or W, II. Osterhout, at 2 o'clock Friday morning, Sept. .23, 1881, Hon. J. L. LaMoree, aged mi years. Deceased was a resident of Graham ville, Sullivan county, N. Y., and had Bcrved several terms in the New York Legislature. He was married to Mr. bsterhout's sister, and came here on a visit three days before his death seem ingly in the best of health. He was buried at Grahamville on Sunday, the funeral being the largest ever seen in that place. More than 800 people and 100 carriages were in the procession. A. Swartz Ross, Merchant Tailor sign of the red front, has on hand, and is constantly receiving tho latest and newest samples of cloth for spring ana summer suits, rrices to suit the million, Work guaranteed te be as represented and delivered at the time agreed upon. 15 cases choice sweet corn in cans only J5 cents a at can Morgester's. -Cboice Honey and Diamond 6parkling drips at Morgester's. 100 bushels potatoes f t ;25 a bushel at Morgester's. Whjf fish, Mackerel, Herring, 0h,A4fuUliaifait tb al ty b b4 t Morgeir's; OUR PRESIDENT. . ThVfatf the Oath of 0ffl.ee In the Capitol. "Thursday, Sept. 22 General Ches ter A, Arthur' was again sworn into office at 12-l5"o'clock as President of the United slates, in the room of the Vice President at the Capitol, by Chief Justice Waite of the Supreme Court of the United States. A dis tinguished company was present, and the ceremony was unusually impress ive. The Inaugural Address. RELYING OX DIVINE GUIDANCE AND THE NATION'S VIRTUE, INTELLI GENCE AND PATRIOTISM, For the fourth time in the history of the Republic the Chief Magistrate has been removed by death. AH hearts are filled with grief and horror at the hideous crime which has darkened our land, and the memory of the mur dered President, his protracted suffer ings, his unyielding fortitude, the ex ample and achievements of his life and the pathos of his death, will for ever illumine the pages of our history. For the fourth time the officer elected by the people and ordained by the Constitution to fill a vacancy so created is called to assume the Execu tive chair. The wisdom of our fathers, foreseeing even the most dire possi bilities, made sure that the Govern ment should never be imperiled be cause of the uncertainty of human life. Men may die, but the fabrics of our free Institutions remain unshakeu. No higher or more assuring proof could exist of the strength and per manence of popular government than the fact that, though the chosen of the people be struck down, his constitu tional successor is peacefully installed without shock or strain, except the sorrow which mourns the bereave ment. All the noble aspirations of my lamented predecessor, which found expression in bis life, the measures devised and suggested during his brief administration to correct abuses and enforce economy, to advance pros perity and promote the general wel fare, to encourage domestic security and niaintaiu friendly and honorable relations with the nations of the earth, will be garnered in the hearts of the people, and It will be my earnest en deavor to profit and to see that the nation shall profit by his example and experience. Properity blesses our country. Our fiscal policy as fixed by law, is well grounded and generally approved. No threatening issue mars our foreign interests, and the wisdom, Integrity and thrill of our people may be trusted to continue undisturbed the present assured cateer of peace, tranquility and welfare. The gloom and anxiety which have enshrouded the country must make repose especially welcome now. No adequate occasion is apparent for an unusual session of Congress. The Constitution defines the functions and powers of the Executive as clearly as those of either of the other two de partments of the Government, and lie must answer for the just exercise of the discretion it permits and the per formance of the duties it imposes. Summoned to these high duties and responsibilities, and profoundly con scious of their magnitude and gravity. I assume the trust imposed by the Constitution, relying for aid on Divine guidance and the virtue, patriotism and intelligence of the American people. Extraordinary Opportunity for the Be lief of the Afflicted Dr. Hartmau, the well known Oc ulist, Aurist and Orthopedic Surgeon, will visit Ridgway, Pa., and stop at the Hyde house for two days from the morning of Oct. 10 to the evening of Oct. 11, 1881. He will have with him a complete outfit of Surgical appliauces and apparatus, &c, and will be fully prepared to treat all cases of Paralysis, Deformities of the head, body and limbs Diseased Joints, Clubbed Feet, Diseased Eyes, Cataract, Piles, Fistual Stammering, Chronic Diseases, &c. No cases will be undertaken without a fair hope of relief. In consequence of the great expense of such a trip lie will not make another; therefore, all who wish to avail themselves of his great skill and experience without visiting his Pittsburgh Office, must do so at this time. For Illustrated Journal call at your Post office. If you have the chills take Peruna. If you expect or fear them take Peruna. Just received new stock of fall clothing at the New York Store Ridgway, Pa. Call at the West End Furnishing Store and see the McCabe reclining chair. Marble and slate mantles fur nished and set by W. S. Service, Agt. List of Letters. Remaining in the Ridgway Post office, Elk county, Pa., up to Sept. 25, 1881. Cyphert, T. L. Eggler, Thomas. Handley, Mrs. D. Jackson, Beurert. Long, 8. H. Montgomery, Thomas. Shelbery, Miss Ellen. Van fleet, James; Wainbaek, Wm. J. H. Haoerty, P. M. "This day will be sadly memorable so long as this nation shall endure, which God grants may be till the last syllable of recorded time, when the volume of human history shall be sealed up and delivered to the Omnip otent Judge." James A. Garfield on the first anniversary of the death oj President Lincoln A large stock of Climax and all rad (lug tobacco at Morgttr'i. BURIAL OF GARFIELD. UBlness Places Closed in "Ridg way Memorial Services in the M. E. Church. Gorman Services in the Lutheran Church. All business places in the Boro. of Ridgway were closed on Monday last from noon until 4 o'clock P. M., out of respect for the memory of the lamented Garfield, late President of the United States, whose remains were consigned to the tomb at 2 o'clock of that day. Services were held in the Metho dist and Lutheran churches at 2 o'clock the hour appointed for the funeral. The Methodist Church was haudsomely draped in mourn ing. A picture of Garfield hung on the wall heavily draped. Pure white flowers were placed around the base of the speakers' stand. Frank Settclle presided at the organ in a most Batifactory and ac ceptable manner. The singing was furnished by a male quartette consisting of J. A. Meisingcr, Dr. W. L. Williams, II. M. Powers, and M. S. Kline, who did themselves great credit in the excellent rendering of the musical part of the exercises. Following is the order of program jrE : 1. 'Dirge," on the organ. 2. Reading from tho Scriptures by Rev. S. M. Clark. 3. Anthem, "Come Unto Me." 4. Prayer, by Rev. S. M. Clark. 5. Anthem, "Jesus Lover of My Soul. 6. Address and Poem by C. E. Holiday. Mr. Holiday spoke in a clear voice and every word could be dis tinctly heard by the entire audience. The poem, of which we have heard many words of praise at the time of delivery and since, and which struck a sympathetic cord in and echoed the sentiments of every heavt within hearing of the talented au thor's voice, is printed in full fol- owing: Pull down the grand old ttng. Drupe deep each shining bar, Yes, let our colors nag. And drape each gilt ring star. Fling out tliensu and grey. Drape door, drupe church, and hall, 'TIh not a festive dny A cloud o'er hangs us all. Each ensign hangs half-mnst Throughout our broad domain, And echoes from the past We now may heurngaln. Once more our "Godeas" weeps O'er Freedom's noblest son, A veil of sadness sweeps O'er each Illustrious one. Again the nransMn's hand Has struck u Nation's Chief And orphaned all our land By deed so dire and brief. When Booth In frenzy drew, A bead at Lincoln's head And all tho assassin crew On their vile mission sped; A thrill of horror ran, With lightning's flushing speed, Through every loyal man Who heard the direful deed. Each son and daughter wept, Throughout each loyal state, And Bacrud memories kept Of that untimely fate. Hark! from Pacific's slope. From Maine to Rio Orande, They mourn a murdered hope Through all this stricken land, A wall of sadness floats Upon each gentle breeze, While e'en the moaning notes Are heard ainld the trees. Toll loud the funer al bells. No Boutb, no North Is known. Each mournful echo tells Thnt bitterness has flown. Deep In the honored grave Of him whose work Is done. Hide ev'ry wrong, and save The bond his death has won. Our politics are naught When danger lurks In air. Each loyal son Is taught To bear an honored share. When war strikes at the throne Reared In the Nation's heart, Each bugle signal blown Brings millions at the start. Our bulwarks are the men Reared 'neath Columbia's shrine Whoce courage rises when War springs its bidden mine; go to the front tbey come Each loyal, loving heart. Nor think their labor done Till each has borne his part. Sleep thou, Ol mighty dead) Thy mission thou bast filled. The host which thou bast lead Will do the work you willed. The battles thou bast fought. The victories you won. The name and fame you bought Made you the Nation's soti; Thy history Is ours And ours thy noble fame, While Freedom's fadeless flower Bedeck thy glorious Name. You climbed the giddy height, From, poverty to fame, Where characters of light Revealed tby shining Name; No Monarch on bis throne. No Prince of high estate, Unaided and alone, . ., Could write a higher fate! Yes, thou the people's son, , . And thou the Nation's pride. Another fight hast won, Another voyage tried. Beyond the chilling (Ida, Beyond the tnrbld wave, . . Where, princely courtiers ride, Tby nobler throne Is made. And now, O! Mighty One, Thou God whom we adore, Protect each hoportd soti Wbo dwells on Freedom' shore. Quid with Tby mighty band Our Bobl sblp Of State, And guard ojir owe broad land From aa inglorious fktt. Let virtue tlwelt In peace, honor find home, Let all vile discord cease Where freemen build their thron. Millions shall find a home In ages yet to come. . , And rear the peoples' throne Beyond the setting sun. Thus founded on the Rook, Our motto,- "trust in Ood," We'll stand each mighty shock Of war's oppressive rod. 7. Hymn, "Great King of Na tions Hear Our Prayer." 8. Address, by E. J. Miller, Ed itor of the Democrat. Mr. Miller's address was delivered in a deliber ate and careful manner, and cm braced a brief sketch of the life and character of the illustrious dead, which was listened to with marked attention by the large audience. We have since heard many people speak warmly in commendation of Mr. Miller's address. 9. Hymn, "Asleep in Jesus," (Garfield's favorite.) 10. Address, by Rev. S. M. Clark. 11. Anthem, "God is Our Ref uge." 12. Lord's Prayer, by the con gregation. 13. Doxology, in which the con gregation joined. 14. Benediction. Services in German were held in the Lutheran Church by Rev. J. Sander. "From the genius of our Govern ment, the pathwuy to honorable dis tinction lien open to all. No post of honor so high but the poorest boy may hope to reach it. It is the pride of every American that many cher ished names, nt whose mention our hearts beat with a quicker bound, were worn by the sons of poverty, who conquered obscurity and became fixed stars In our firmament." James A. Oarficld, Peruna willtone your whole system. Court Proceed iugs. SEPTEMBER TEKM, 1881. Hon. Wm. Brown, President Judge, and Hon Geo. Ed. Weis and Hon. Julius Jones Associates. ARGUMENT LIST. Lycoming Fire Ins. Co., vs. Hon. Charley Luhr. Coutiuued. Sume vs. Joseph A. Hanhauser. Settled. David R. Morrison vs. R. M. Painter. Settled. Clearfield County Rank vs. C R. Earley. Discontinued. Thomas P. Merritt vs. J. W. Brown. Continued by consent. civil list. Jordan S. Necl vs. John Wingart. Ejectment lor 18-1 J. acres of land In Spring Creek Township. Verdict for the plaintiff the laud described in the writ. Frank Poll man vs. Morgester & Jucksou. Covenant. Plaintiff by his attorney moves to amend the form of action, so as to change it from covenant to case upon promises such change being necessary for a proper decision of the cause upon its merits. The Township of Fox vs. John Me- Mackiu. Continued by consent. Robert Young, et al. vs. George Car rier et al. Trespass. Verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of (81 38. J. S. Hyde vs. Gilman T. Wheeler. Trespass. Judgment in the sum of $50 entered in open court against de fendant. Dauiel Euwer et al. vs. C. R. Earley et al. Ejectment for 140 acres of land in Ridgway township'. On motion of plaintiff's attorney the praeeipe and writ was amended by striking out the letter "B," so as to read, "warranted in the name of William Kennedy." Motion granted and amendment made. Ellis Lewis vs. C. R. Sexton. Con tinned. W. H. Osterhout vs. Thomas Sulli Sullivan, Sheriff, et al. Continued. Joseph Wilhelm vs. James H English. Continued by consent. CKIMINAL LIST. Com. vs. James McCloskey. Sell ing liquor contrary to law. Defendant pleads guilty and is sentenced to pay a flue of $200 and costs. Com. vs. Duuiul Crabtree. Perjury. Continued. Com. vs. Moses W. Mathews. As sault. Guilty ou 2d count of the in dictment. Sentenced to pay a tine of $5 and costs, and be imprisoned in the county jail ten days. Com. vs. J. N. Brown. Felony. Verdict Defendant not guilty. Com. vs. M. Deveraux. Assault. Nol. pros, on payment of costs. Com. vs. Mack Lewis. Malicious mischief. Sentenced to pay a fine of $1 and costs, and be imprisoned in county jail for 30 days. Com. vs. Joseph Arthurs. Assault and battery. Defendant sentenced to pay the costs of prosecution. Com. vs. George Spoiler. Selling liquor contrary to law. Not a true bill. . Com. vs. Herman Straessly. ' Sell ing liquor contrary, to law. Not a true bill. Com. vs. James McCloskey. Sell ing liquor contrary to law. Not a true bill. Com. vs. B. R. Peckham. Selling liquor without license. Surety Jas McCloskey called and forfeited. Conu. William McCauley; .Sell ing liquor contrary to law. Not a true bill and A. A. McCloskey prose cutor to pay .tne cosw.y . Cholcw Prunes, and English Cur- rants; ChoiceValencia and London layer raisins at Morgester'. THE -ELK CO. ADVOCATE DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE OF ELK COUNTY. Having an extended circulation it is the best advertising medium. THE OLDEST PAPER IN THE COUNTY. ESTABLISHED in ISoO. TERMS, $2 A YEAR. -tot- JOB DEPARTMENT. We print J"ote-heads, Bill-heads, Letter-heads. Envelopes, Cards, Tags Cheaper than the cheapest, and on shortest notice. Or by mail proihply attended to'. Address, . , Henry. A. Parsons, Jr. itiddivaii, Pa PLAUTS AND SEEDS bur' Catalogue ofctiofpe' sSeJos and PLANTS "contain I lie JJJlttJJ. HflUs KjAl Jtl.rLM J'JIOJ., .. LVLIO VIA, I . ,v v 'BPP$F'?L0WER.sy- ;j ! gives pi ijCCSi Sid&scf'ipUons of Designs, 'Baskets and Loom Cat Flowers for. any occa sion, -Sent free on- 'application. liar ry Cliaapel, SccdsiiiJtii Florist , Williaiiisport, PaV fiEN&'V A. PARSONS, Jr., ACT PITTSBURG ;I?E , . AND PITTSBURGH CONSERVATORY 01 MUSIC-,.. BwTOne Hundred Full Music Lessons for Eighteen Dollars.-! . . ,. Seven dlntlnet schools. 'Twenty-four tehchers. " Attendance pimt year, 878. Superirtit advantages in Liberal Arts, Music, Drawing atld Tainting, Elo cution, Modern Languages, Needle Work and Wax Work;' Charges lens than auy equal school in the United States. Twjmty-seventb year opens September Otli. Send for new catalogue to , " " ' ' ' '' '"' REV. I. C. Business Cards. geoTa. rathbuhC attorneY-at-la'w. Main street, Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa Particular attention given to the examination of titles, also to pateute and patent cases. hall & m'cauley attorney-at-law. Office in new brick building, Main street, Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa. v32t J. S. BAROWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Over twenty -five years practice. Office on Main Street, Ridgway, Pa., opposite the Bogert House. OiHco Hours iiom l to a auu i to s, r. in. W. L. WILLIAMS. Late of Strattanville), Physician and Surgeon, Ridgway, Pa. Office in Hall's Brick Building (up stairs) References J. D. Smith, H. L. Young, R. Rulofson, Strattanville; Major John Kitley, W. W. Green land, Clark n. Has practiced his profession scccssfully for more than ten years. G. G. MESSENGER. DRUGGIST & PARMACEUTIST, N. W. corner of Main and Mill streets. 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