swan's gouruajV gfearpcrb, SpS iSp).
CLEARFIELD, PA:, FEB.' 16, 1870.
PtTRO-JS To insure the safe transmission
ni hr mail, patrons should remit by check
aionej -!,,.. fhr.ir letle-n registered.
frha will be enclosed in the first paper after
recni k . knl-
.h.money comes to hand:
Tyrone and Clearfield Eailroad. .
,;! i inio leaves Tyrone at . : : am
Arrives at Clearfield at : :, 12.10 p, m..
, i,, ja leaves Clearfield a : : : 2.30 p m.
Arrives at Tyrone at : : : : 5.35 p. m.
ftnDr-tt with Cincinnati Express East at 6 05
m ; M'1 West " 6 p' m f aI1 E8le tx"
.j'stTOOp. m. '
Hires riearbeld at : : . : 7.10 A. x.
Pbilipsborg at : : 9 10 A. Jf.
fives t Osceola at : : 10.15 a. t.
i. wool a at : : : 2 60 p.
1 rhilipsborg at : : t " 2.30 p.m.
Arrives at Clearfield at . : . : 5;4a p. .
Hf-j.iniors. Divine services will te held
naxtSabhatit, i" Ck-arfielrl, a follows:
Bv Hev. Xis lorff.in the Lutheran chnrch.
al II A.M. and? P..M. Sabt.ath sehnolat .)
. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
erenini at 7 o'clock.
By Kcvi Hall, in St. Andrew s Episcopal
cliutch, at 1 1 A. M. ami 7 1. M- Sunday
jjh.Kl nt 3 P. M. Prayer' niccting every
AVednesuTi- evening .t 7 o'clock. ;
15y Rev. fiutJer.in the Presbyterian church,
in .'rning ami evening. Sabnath' school at
3 I. M. Pruyei .-"teeting every Wednesday
tvemnir at 7 o'clock. - ""
Bv lie. W. II. Dil. m the Methodi.-t
cliurch. morning and evening. Sabbath
m1id..1 st9 A. M. Prayer meeting, every
Thar'ay nt 7 1. M. ConiHinioii services
fir-it SiWmth of every montL' ft l"i A. M.
jr. Francis' chnrch Mas au A. M.,
-jlie sivoaJ and fourth Sundav vf each
' 1 t . f
New goods, at Reed's. Market Street.
Velveteen. Superior article, only $1,50
and $2,r, at Reed . '
Josf.I'IIIXE Kid Gloves, in hanl-Giuo col
ors, at Reed's. Try them.
I'RE.vniiSM. The Rev. Mr. Skinner, will
preach in the Baptist church,' in this place,
on ?:;')!. ..?h evening rest, at 7 o'clock.
Commences the Sjiing term of Mi.-s II.:
S. Swan's school, on Monday, February 21st.
l'or particulars see advertisement in another
Divine Services. There will be, preach
ii'ir in tii.; I're.-bytcrian church, by Rev. Mr-Riitl-T,
iind others, every evening this week",
0 uMiii'i.riiur at 7 o'clock.' Scats oren to all.
V.!t!iBi.E the weather since our list.
T. i::ined. and it Mew ; it friz, and it anew ;
mi.! every other change that the "'oldost in
Irihi'aiit"' ever knew. Then again sunshine,
(I.aw. rain, sleet oh, w-h-e w, don't this
a'Miii'ii of "uli;r make our tiiubernien
l,.,;i,iiic? - - .
I'k'.t Cheat the chap, who recently
vent f spend the evening with a couple of
v mng l.-tdie.x. whn they kept up a conver-
ti 'ii hi'twei-n themselves in a '.'l arlit mas''
.ii-!i unintelligible to him. Kvi4leiitly,
l.i "i- nm was more desirable than his pres-
1 iky." Moral don't hang around '"loose"'
win' re you are not wanted.
C;.K.vr.FiEi.i tjLAss. We were shown,
on Monday l;it, a specimen tif g!as uiaini
!.:. !i;vi' 1 lr"P.i sand procured near this place.
'.-.d i- i-. r;ain!y of a very mpcrior cpiality.
Tlii- Luiis: a tixed fact, we hope ourcupital-i-t-.
a very early day. eicct g!a.s
ni'ik at Clcasficld. The estallili!iiciit of
iiisi.uli.tiirie- of various kinds here, will
il! initi-h to our pmspeiity, and be the
ii of buidin3 up otir town. Who will
K-1 he !irt to iiuike a move in the direction
it- have .--ujsested
-From the Auditor General's re
f n we learn, tliat t lie total amount ol t?x
t paid into the Sratc Treasury by C.earfield
f luty ii $7,4.,il , a- follows: On Rank
jr.iMixt; Deeds, etc., $I'"7 32;
Tv.eni license',, $1310 ; Retail licenses,
: ::;-::; Hilliard saloons, etc, 104 50;
Litinif -In. uses. $1H 0:1; Pedlars,' f 263 45 ; !
II; -rs. $N '.() ; Patent medicines, ll'J 75 ; J
:.r;-w. ries $25 1; Knrollmetit of Iiws,
?i')""i; Special tax, i.i 4 1 ; State tax
1:1 ;-or'.rial property. 2093 73.
C"Xf k:;t The CiearGeld Uomet Band,
l. ! irive a 'rand entertainment, at the Court
I! u-e. on Tuedaj evening. February 2-1,
ii 1-r t!ie ii'neclion ol Professor Rowbotham,
i'iiil.delphia. Now. that we have a first
' iiv Bjinl in Miccessful operation in our
'n. e hope our citizens will "give the
r.!-m:-r t!:e -ncirtrai:euieiit ther merit.
l-'-'t u'l attend, and in this way contribute the j
kcsk fur uViYayiri? the expenes ineur.ed
1 r .'Kraeti n. and show their appreciation
'' tii - enterprise. For particulars, tee ad
l 'N VTiciN. The Rev. A. B. Iiooven, of
f'tM. K . Cii ireh it Mill-Run, Hust on town -!,;'!-
w i-i :h. sii'jj.vt of a djnation viit oil
1 lirwtn.a, Kc, last. The contributions a-tamtitu-l
to alioiit $ 1 05 consisting of cloth
ing. lnuiseliilil articles, provisions, and mon-i-
The thanks of Rev. Iloovcn and family,
Me li.-rel-y returned to the donors for their
I 'ilios in making this free will offering..
.f tl.ij character are a source of much
srit.iieati,,,, :in. pleasure to those who give,
' as to t hose who receive. Would
lM tlu-ir recurrence were more frequont, as
''"Muh Mieh means attachments of friend
.nt fumed between pastor and people
S!'t tan never be effaced.
sai.ks (' Kkal Kstate. Below we give
':! .i! the Deeds, as entered of record in
' ''"' ler's office in this county, for the
' tti .ling February 14th, 1870, together
'di the consideration named, where located,
the 'lame.iif tlie grantors and grantees :'
''' '1. Win. p. Hoover to John Irvin, for
' tre (, protuid in Pike township. Oon-
1. Ilobcrt Porter to Wm. A. Reed,for
K-'; t land in Lawrenoc township. Con
I'd, Richard B. Taylor to Jona. Boyn
J',"1' l';r lot No. 170 in Clearfield Borough.
p,bd, Osceola Coal Company1 fo Geo Y.
'""icr, lor lot of ground in Osceola. Con--li-rati.jn
p IeJ. KlUha Gorsuct, Sr. to Uaunah S.
."aay. tr lot of grouoJ in Osoeola. Cou--tton
275 . -.y t
d. Geo. W. Plumer lo Elisha Gor-
r , tor lot of ground in Osceola,
ration SH). r -.r - .
Handsome use of Iaeo Collars, Lace
nandkcrchiefs.Eiiibi-oidenes.&c., nt Reed'?.
A Goon assortment of Custom-made La
dies, Misses, and " Children's - Shoes' the
best in the market at Reed's.
On Sunday,' January 30th 1870, by E.
Hildebrand, J'-q., Mr. K. H. Adplem.VN
and Miss Maria Joii.nsox, both of Chest
township. ' .
, Meteorological Repoet for the week
ending February 10th, 1S70, from three dai
ly observations. a-furft1shed by E. Fenton,
of Penn tp. : Maximnm of thermometer, 35
on 7th; Minimum-, 8 on 7th ; Mean, 23;
Max, of barometer, 28.34 on 4th ; ., Minini
um,'27.66 on 8tb ; Range, .68 inches.
Mean of Barometer for the week, 2S.0C.
Depth of .water fell during week, .595 iuch."
Depth of snow during the week, 6 inches.
Depth of snow during the season,' 55 inches.
Roads mostly bare, but hard, up to the 8th,
now well covered with- snow and hauling
active. . , . . . .
. The Negro in Congress. The neero,
so long the disturbing force in politics, has
now entered Congress, and last week he
walked about the Senate chamber, where
he is soon to have a seat. This colored man,
Revet, comes from Mississippi, the. State
once represented by Jefferson Davis, and it
is not the least of the revenges brought
about by time and the war, that he is likely
to take the scat ' formerly occupied by the
cx-Ieader of the hosts of secession. It is a
wonderful change. The war waged for sla
very has given the slaves freedom, the bal
lot and ci.izenship. . It has sent splendid
paTij leaders into hopeless oblivion, and
brought the representatives of a condemned
race into be very front. They coihe, too,
forgiving . aif magnanimous, and ask of
Congress amnee'j and forbearance for those
who have so long o7osed them, and who
would have bound them in everlasting
chains. The appearartu." Mr. Revel in
the Senate bodes a new e "I." He will be
closely scanned, but those who ki1'"w 1dm do
not doubt that he will paas through e or
deal in a highly creditalle manner liavn?.
received a full collegiate course of education
in Illinois, graduating at the Galesburg
University. He is said to have a visible
admixture of Indian blood in his veins.
The Fifteenth Amendment it is said will
confer the ballot upon about y60. 000 ne
groes, 800,000 of whom reside in the slav
holding States, ti three Southern State-'
alone; where the Democratic party now
holds complete sway, iiamcly, Kentucky,
Maryland and Delaware, abou' f,000 ne
groes will be!ticto the polls for the first
time this year through the operation of the
Amendment. There will be 47,000 of such
new votes in K .mucky, 34 500 in Mary
land, and 4,503 in Delaware.
The M n-imii L iiilaturj h is passed the
Woman Suffrage Bill. Probably this may
induce a large femaic emigration to the
realm of woman's millennium where they
can vote. Undoubtedly Montana and Utah
are now the places for the strong-minded
feminine.. There all the lights they ask
have been accorded to them. "Let "cm
An alligator seventeen letit b ng and
weighing six" hundred !id fifty pounds was
recently killed in the swamps of the Wateree
river. South Carolina. , He was very fero
cious, and with a snap of his immense tail,
broke the leg of a colored boy, lesides
wounding several others, before he could be
A strange thing m-iy now be witnessed in
Harrisburg. The i'ltrinf, a Democratic
journal, is Defending a Republican Govern
nor against tho -attacks of the Telvyrnph, a
Republican journal. The veto of the po
lice bill brou-jlit this about.
One of the Denver (Colorado) papers
prints announcements of births, marriages,
divorces and deaths under the heading.-,:
Arrivals Copartnerships Dissolutions
Departures. Progressive people these Rocky
Mrs. Amelia Hobbs has been elected Jus
tice of the Peace in Illinois." Justice is al
ways represented as a woman, and now is
represented by one.
In Logan. Ohio, the Ilemoc.rats have se
lected colored men as candidates for the
offices of County Audito. City Marshall,
There are one hundred and twenty-five
judg-diipi to bj filled by the Virginia Leg
islature, and the colored politicians arc after
them keenly. ,.
In the scarcity of. currency at Salt Lake,
chickens arq taken at the box office ol Brig
hum Young's, theatre. Change is made
with eggs. -
Spanish bulls are enraged by a red cloak ;
pani.-h bullies by a blue eravat.
Closing Quotations of Governai't Securities.
JAMES T. IJRAD'Y 4 CO.,
(SHrrarii to S. Jotir'sif C )
COrtl KR Or rOCKTH ASI WOOD STKKETS.
JPiltsburg Feb.1T. 18"U.
GOLD. ' i : p . I art
5 20S.1S62, tHi !I5J
5-20s.lSiH, ,1211 12U
10 40s. 114 1 14$.
5-2iu..Ian.'5, 12nf I2)
5-2US, Jul. '65. 1201 12o;
5-2P.. Jan.'K7. 12("ijii2ai
5 2Us..IgI 'C7 120J 12uJ
i.lnne. 7-30s, )0St li
(July, 7-30s. 109jl091
i.VIay Comp,'5,ll4 ,
Clearfield Eetail Marirets.
CoRBECTBBTir K. Mossop. Fea. 16, 1870.
Apples dried. lb. S 12
Apples, green.im, 1 50
Api'let. utter, gal, 1 00
Butter, lb. 40
Iteef. fresh. Ib, J3
Beef, dried. " 25
Buck wheat. buh. I 25
liacawbeat flour-lb. 5
Beans, bu, . 3 00
Boards, per M, - 15 (10
Corn. shelled, 1 25
' ears, 60
" meal, 3 no
Chop, rye, - ' 3 00
" raized, 2 40
t'heese, lb, 25
Cherriea, lb. ' - - ' 1
Eggs, ' 25
Hourrbbl,? i ' :";' 08
" mess, bbl,
Salt, per sack,
Shingles, 18 in,
' - 2Sin,
Indianapolis girls are smarter tr".ah 1oys
At a spelling match in' the high school there
recently the girls beat the boys three to one.
In New Orleans "the Baptists among the
colored people have five churches fully or
ganized.. . t.. ' .
"Nevada county; California, has the towns
of Humbug, Gougey lied Dog and You
Bet. ' ' ' -
Coon tkins, it is said, are still 'legal ten
tier in Vermillion county, Iod.' ', '.V'
An'Ohio farmer found a gold dollar in
side of squirrel he had shot.
- r- .;. . ;
President Grant's father was sevefity-six
years of age on the Cth inst. . .
Confederate notes arc quoted in Macon at
$2,500 for a dollar. i ', ,
Sr'ECIAL NOTICE. -
. r . .. .
SeJienclcs Pulmonic Syrtqi,
Heeweed Tonie and Mandrake Pills, will oare Con
sumption, Liver Complaint ami llyfpepsia, if ta
Ken according to diiectiona. They are all three
to be tnken at the same time. Thjy cleanse the
stomach, relax the liver, and pu it to work ; then
the appetite becomes good, the fond digests and
ik good blond, the patient begins to grow ia
fleeh the diseased matter ripens in the 1 ngs.and
the patient outgrows the disease and gets well.
This is the only way to cure the consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Scltenck. of
Philadelphia, owes his nnrivalled success in the
treatment of pulmonary consumption. Tbe Pul
monic Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
lungs, nnture throws it off by an easy expectora
tion, fur when the phlegm or matter is ripe, a
slight cough will throw itoff, and the pationt has
rest and the lungs begin to heal. To do this, the
Seaweed Tonic and Mandrako Pills must be freely
u..eJ to clexnse the stomach and liver, so that the
Pulmonto Syrup a-id the food will uiako good
Liver Complaint is one of the most prominent
causes if Consumption. Schenck Seaweed Ton
ie is a gen'le stimulant and alterative, ard the
alkali in the Seaweed, which this preparation ia
mails of, assists tbu stomach to throw out the gas
trie juice to dissolve the food with the Pulmonic
Syrup, and it isinadointo good blood withnutfer
meuutlnn or souring in the stomach. Tho great
reason why physicians do not cuie consumption IS
they try to do too inaoh ; they give medicine to
stop the cough, to stop chills, lo stop night sweats,
hectic fever, and by so doing they derange the
whole digestive powers.Iocking up the secretions
and eventually tbe putent sinks and dies.
Dr. Schenck. lu his treatmont. docs not try to
stop a cough, night sweats chilla or fever. Ue
.nove the cause.aud they will all stop of their own
accord ?o one can be cured ot cousumpt on, liv
er joojtilaint. dyspepsia, catarrh, canker, . ulcer
ated tl'ro.'t.unless the liver and stomach are made
healthy. .' - ' .. .
If a perioiibassonsniription.oreonw th lungs
in some way i'o' "sensed, either tuberotes, ab
scesses, broaehial irri.'itfooY pleura adhesion, or
the lungs areamaaa tTiflJtmation an I fast de
caying.. In shcb caswai must be done ? It
is cot only the langttbat J astoa,but jt is the
whole body. Tfce tuieb Vl h1avc f
their power to make blood out oYlToCd- . tbe
onlvehnnce i to takeochenck's th?""i'ne,llns'
which will bring up a tone to the ito.n',b-
patient will begin want food, it will digest ei)y
and make good blood ; then the patient beginj to
gain in flesh, aotl as soon as tne toij begins to
grow, tbe lungs beg'n to heal up. and the patient
gets fleshy and well. '.'his. is the pnly way to
cure consumption. - -
When there is no lung disease, and only liver
complaint and dyspepsia, Hohcnck's Seaweed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills are sufficient vrithnnt
the Pulmonic Syrup. Take the Mandrale Pills
freely iti all bilious complaints, as they arc per
Dr. Pehcnck. who has enjoyed uninterrupted
health for many years past, and now weighs 225
pounds, was wasted away to a mere skeleton, in
the very last stage 6f pulmonary consumption. hU
physicians having pronounced his ci.se hopeless
and anandoneil him to his fate. He ws cured
bv the aforefaid medicines.and since his recovery
ui.'iny similarly athio-ed have used Dr. Scbenck's'
preparations with the same remarkable ucces.
The directions ncconipanying each, inakn it not
absijlufely necessary to see Dr. Sehenck. unlets
the patients wish their Inngs examined, and for
this purpose he is Professionally at bis Principal
iitIi;o, Philadelphia, every Saturday, where all
letters for advico must he addressed. He is also
professionally at No 'M Bond Street. New York,
ever, otherTueday. and at No. 35 llanov-r St..
Boston, every other Wednerday. He tivesndvice
free, but for a thorough examination with his
Uefpirometor the priee is K5. Office huurs t each
city from A. Jl to 3 P. M.
Price of tho Pulmonic Symp and Feawecd Ton
ic each SI 50 per bottle, or SI 5:t a half-dozen.
.Mandrake Pills 25 cents a box-: For sale by all
DR. J. H. SCHENCK.
Ap. 7,'f O-Iy 1 15 X. Mi St.. Phil n.
CAUTION. The undersigned, having
purchased the following property, viz :
I parlor stove. 1 cooking stove, 2-t yards earpat,
clock, cupboard, cider mill, plough and bar
row, mower nrd rnke. 3 scythes, 4 hay-torks, 1
cradle. I set double harness; two horse wagon. I
hay hore. 2 cows. I heifer. 4 hogs II pigs; nd
left in posrossion of E. B. Black well ; hereby noi
tine, all persons not to purchase or in any way
interfcr with said property; as thesamo belojgs
to me. and is subject to mv order.
Feb. 2 70-Spt. SANFORD II. WALLACE.
1 870. FEBRUAItY. 1S70.
1 1 Intend to Fight it Out on
This IAnc". .
W M. It E E T) ,
Market Street, Cleaf.field, T..
" f a n c y goods,
: . notions,
t r i m m in gs,
" " ladies' and gents'
F U It N I S II IN G GOODS,
-' tJ- trHAtS, 'CArS ' v.
Ladies', Misses' and Cliildrcns' Shoes,
T POPULAR PRICES-
The 'entire stock on hand will be eald at
FRESENT YALUEj r
and riio stock will be replenished every
: Sixty days, .with the choicest. and
best goods in the market.
, SHAW'S ROW ;
' (a few doors west of the F,pstof5ce,)
' - ' February 2, IS70 "
TEKMS Or- THE JOl'K.NAL. -The
RafTSNAN'K Jot-nsat Is pahlhhed on Wed
a-sday at $2.00 pet annum in advance. If net
paid at the beginning of the .year. $2,50 will be
charged, and $3,00 if not paid before the close.
Aovebtisbhksts wi 1 be Inserted at Sl,50 per
square, for three or. less Insertions Ten liner
(or leas) counting a square.' F or every add Itionut
insertion 60centawill be charged. A deduction
win be made to yearly advertiser
: Ko subscription taken for a shorter time than
six months, and no paper will be discontinued un
til! all arrearages are paid except at the option ol
the publisher. S. J. ROW. .
WINE & LIQUOR STORE-
I. L. REIZKN'STEIN & CO.,
' DEALERS Ilf .
MARKET STREET, CLEARFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical purposes always
January 27. lS;9wfm.
YOUT II S'
AND BOY S',
The undersigned having recently added
' READY-MADE CLOTHING
to his former business, would respectfully
solicit an examination ol his stock. Being
a practical Tailor be flatters himself
that he U able to offer abetter
clns of resdy-made work
than has heretofore been " '
brought to this mar- '
Anyono wishing to buy goods in this line
would save money by calling at bis store,
and making their selections. Also,
a full supply of Uents'furnishing
goods always on hand.
Feeling thankful fir past favors he would re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the
April 2?. 180ft. H. BRIDGE.
k. n. r.iTTnx,
E. A. 1KV1.N,
J. B. Hi VI IS.
E. R. PATTON & CO.,
Jfavjng fitted up a first. class
are prepared to furnish to, order all kinds of Man
nfactured Lumber, fu "b at
FT, o or is a, SI DNG,
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
and every descripti-on of Plain and Fancy Mou'd
ings. Dealers will find it to their advantage to
consult our prices before purchasing elsewhere
Address, E. 13. Piitton CoM
2,'C3. Clearfield Co., Fa.
E. A. Irvix & Co.,
Being specially ergaged in tbe business of buy
ing and selling SQUARE TIMBER, would repre
sent that they are now prepared to purchase tim
l.er, delivortd at either Curwensrille, Lock Haven
or Marietta, or will take it at any of these points
and sell on commission, making such advances as
are necessary. -
Those engoged in getting ont tiinbor will find
at our store in Curwensrille, a very large stock
of SlAPLE GOODS, of all descriptions.
and everything necessary for use of Lumbermen.
RAFT ROPE, of all sizes,kept on hand in large
quantities, and sold at a small advance, by tbe
coil. Also, PULLEY BLOCKS, SMALL ROPE, 4o
Special inducements offered to those manufac
turing Square Timber. i.st
; A. IRVIN 4 CO.
Cnrwensville, Jan. 12, 1870, -
CURRANTS the best and cheapest in the
county, at 1 ' ? URAUAM'S.
TOVES of all sorts and sites.' constantly on
nana at aunr.cbu i uniLtti 6
ANTED 10,000 pounds of WOOL, at tho
KETsroKi Store," wearnem, ra. jelO
AILS A SPIKES thecheapest in the ccunty
ZIASNED' FRUIT. Canned Pfoms, Peaches
J and canned corn, etc . for sale at tho Drug
or oof . A.I.SI1A.
M aich IP, 1S63. '
JECEII'TS -AND EXPENDITURES
6 f CLEARFIELD COUNTY,
FOR THE TEAR A. D., 1869.
WILLI IM K WRIOLEt. Esq.. Treasurer of the
eonnty 'f Cleaifield, ia tho Commonwealth ot
Pennsylvanra,in account with tbe funds of said
eouuly fiom the 18th day of January. A. D.
Igtitl, to the 3d day ol Jajiuary, A. D. 1870.
To balance doe county last settlement, S,35 06
To balance due from collectors for 18 t i"
and pfevlous years; " - ... 1553 39
To balancedue liom collectors on State
for 1868 and previous years, 146 72
To amount assessed on uuseated lands
for I8rt8, 918 1
Tomnunt assessed oa unseated landa
for lStiS, . 8.627 61
Toadditiou'l assessed on unseated lands
in Beccsria and Knox. - r 14 65
To amount from collector's returns for
1867 and 1868, ? - . 112 96
To amount assessed on collectors' dupli
cates for 18H9, 19,275 88
To am't assessed on Registers' returns, 600 82
To amount assessed on btate account. . 1,267 06
To redemption on Baum tract in Brady
for 1806 and J8ti7. (co(. return). 33 Ot
To redemption on McCormick tract in
Knox for 1864 lo 1868, (eol return), 141 23
To cash for old iron, B?
To commonwealth costs refunded, 3 38
To redomDtfon on No 4:U0 in Fox tp., 31 70
To amount received as jury fees, 6400
To am't received as fines A forfeiture 3i)0 00
To am't transferred from militia fund, 247 75
To am't ree'd fruui A. M Utl.'a for fuel, 5 00
To redemption on land by Shoff, (sale
To redemption on land by J.G. Shubert
In Morris, (ale book), . .. j
To sale of county mans,
' 12 80
To redemption ty Albert, 50 acres in
Deeatur. (sale book).
To Fox township school balance due
To am'itroui Commisskners' books,
Ey amount due from eolleotors for 1803
anJ previous years oounty, . $2,074
By amount due from eolleotors for I8C9
and previous years State,
Ry amount due from unseated lands for
1068 and 1809, -
By exonerations to collectors on county
for 1809 and previous years,
By exonerations to collectors on State
lor ldt9 and previous years
By collectors' percentage on connty
By do do State
By State Treasurer's receipt for State
By amount paid Co. Superintendent, as
per Act ot 9tn April, lhOi . Mr inci
dental expensesof Teachers Institute
for ISM, as per bills filed
By treasurer's per eentage on receiving
JO, at I per cent,
By Treasurer's per eentage on paying
out S.'J U3tl 89, at 1 1 per cent.
lly over charge in Chest and Huston
By amount due from collector's returns
liy assessors' wages,
By Commissioners" Office, viz ;
Henry Mono, 168 days
g. H. Shaffner,
R. H. Hindman,
By expenses in view'ng prisons
By Court House expensua, vix : . - .
Fuel and light 5104 70
Repairs b building, ' ' - II 41
Balance on clock- . .117 65
By court house bonds and coupons,
By Jail expenses, via : ' -
Coal and wood, , . ou
Repairs to building, ''' 76 72
Stove, 7 00
Med, atten "ance to prisoners 75 35
Watchmen ... 33 50
Washing cloth V for prisoners, 93 20
By new prison expenses, vix : '
for architectural designs, . jvo uu
Adv. proposals and printing
estimate? A epeciticatioLs. 77 42
Engrav and print, new bouds,175 W
Payment on new jail lot, 000 00
By Court crier'a wages,
By tipstaves wages,
tty janitors waes.
By amount paid state deficiency,
liy road views.
By Commonwealth costs, vii :
Com tb vs. l.all and ienr,
) 2 J 30
i j 03 07
Xo Sebastian tfoiilh,
xio Joe Miller,
l;v . Dcmpsey,
Io Coulters'. -
Do Michaels A Hurd,
Do ' Wash. Ersdy,
' 1H i Trey, '
'. Do f FitxgeralJ," " i
-33 57 '
By boarding jurors 111 capital eases,
I',y postage and teiesrams,
By transcribing eld records,
By Prothonotary's fees,
By expenses delivering duplicates,
By jurors wages, vis :
t.rand. S566 40
Traverse, 2,88 56
By inquest fees, ...
Uy justices' fees, -
By Sheriff's fees.
By fox and wildcat scalps.
By insurance on Court House.
By Auditors' and clerk's wages.
By Coiumissiuners' clerk wages, rii :
Bradley, (foitner) 4382 00
Uoodlander. 500 00
By House of Refuge, -
By Jury C; mini siouors and clerk,
By refunds, v .
By attorneys' foes, yi :
Wallce, $150 00
Test, 105 00
Swoope, - - - 50 00
Fulford, 0 00
iMeKnaily, lull 00
T.J MoCullough, 541 00
By District Attorney's fee.
By books and records, -viz .
For Proth'-hotary'e office. S110 00
For Commissioner's office, 47 90
Fcr Recorder's office, 25 50
By constables' fees.
By election expenses,
By Registry Law expenses, viz :
Books and stationery, - . SS8 25
" Printing and publishing law, 231 25
Amount paid assessors. 596 90
Additional clerk hire, 125 00
By Burnsite bridge.
By printing,' -. " -
By road damages.
By Commicsiouers' eonnsel,
By auditing Prothy's A Kegr's acc'ts,
Ri amount overpaid Fox road fund.
By bal. due county by Treas. Wrigley, 2.759
Total, V . . ' . 45,318
Received, Clearfield, January 20j 1870, of Wm.
K. Wriglcy, late Treasurer, the sum of two thou
sand, seven hundred and fifty-nine dollars and
forty-nine cents being in tui; ot the above balance.
12,759 49 j LEVER. FLEGAL, Treasurer.
Probable Ordinary Expenses for 1870.
To ordinary expenses estimated at 20.550 00
To exonerations tocoll'rson V S. lands, 1,325 00
To Treaa'rt and Collectors per eentage, 1,593 83
' ' r.tsorr.crs.
By am't d-na from collectors. 52.074 97 . . ,
By am t due from If 8. lands. 15,2t4 43 1
By am't due from Col:s returns, 103 82
By am't deficiency foi 1870, 6.045 61
$23,468 83 23,468 83
Tax duo from Collectors.
The following is a detailed statement of the
several amounts due from Collectors for 1869 and
Vr lTRnr aTd's.i Col's Names
- 35 9!
. 73 36
" SoO 06
. 116 24
: ltrj 89
. .. 33 79
1867'Beecarie., T S Washburn
II B Wright
Bell. ' i
Wm T Thorp.
J M Clellan,
Ferguson, Jeo Williams,
Girard. t' S Ftewart,
iGraham. D M'Dowell,.
'Jordan, IRM Johnson,
jKarthanaw G Fisher, ,
iMorris, Petr Mens,
1 Pike, ' ! Robert Rose.
I Wood ward ff liendejieii.
: " I Totif
-'i)74 97. $1507 45
TAX DUE PRO OLLaCrVm.' COJITttCIC-".
Yr. (Bor.a Tp.( Col's Karnes.
l3u7:Reccaria. T A Washburn.
1869 Beecaria. ill Ii Wricht.
State, j Militia
I Bel I. I Win T Thorp.
. . I Brad ford. iKdmund Oale.
iChet. Mas M'Ewen,
ICioarBeld. ,J Jtf 'Chsllm.
2 its .
" 9 91
, 5 7rtr
' I .
lui w'Ie. J ibompson.
rergnsoii Heo 4 illiams.
tjirard, t IRS Stewart,
Graham.'- fD M Dowell.
'Jordan, 'It M Johnson,
IKarthaus G Fisher. I
Peter Mrns, ,
i r i i .
$72 81' $349 58
Those manced thus have paid on account since
settlement. Thove marked thus t have paid in
foil tine settlement-
Eoad rnnd for 1868 and 1869.
WILLIAM K. WRIGLEY, Esq , Treasurer of tho
county of Clearfield, in the Com tnjn wealth of
Pennsylvania in account with the several town
ships in said county for Road. Funds fur 1868-9
To balanee due tw'psat lost settlement. $2,702 11
To am't assessed un unseated lands 186S, 8.6S5 21
To am't assessed on umeated lands 186(1, 8.6K7 91
To am't returned in Woodward, by Co IV. 2 tiT
Total, ... .4 "$27,057 '30
1 . CREDITOR:. ', J
By eash in Treasurer's hands. $125
By bal. dne from U. S lands for 18(18-9, ltl.tMrt Ml
By over charges in Chest aud Iluslon, . 50 Ott
By aggregate am't paid Supervisors. 2 829 V4
By Treasurer a percentage, 85 46
Total, $211.1)57 "30
STATEMENT IX DETAIt DKUTi'R
, 6 74;.
' 25 7al
30 96 '
. 305 16.
2 .6 77 ,
2094 21 ;
I all 80 :
9 0 MS
4 1)9 04
" 625 42
; :7 03
. 374 7
, 365 .16
2 .6 77
2 094 21
: 205 81
Total, 52702 10 $"63j 2I!$8.667 91 $20057 30
STATEMMXT IX DETAIL CRF.niT
$2 4lj $77
3 I0 100
92i $547 761
50 8.'7 38
I 266 94
- 1 ti
. 9 2.
Chest, . i
384 4 21
34; 4090 W,
92: 13" 1-4!
$85 46;$2,829 4 $1690660; 20.057 30
Note. The sum irf $2 07 was returned by the
collector of Woodward t'p. Alu't of exonerations
iiO OO. viz : CLost S20.0U and Wocntwanl S30 00.
Balance in hands of Treasurer 5125.30.viz- Bloom
6 74. Brady S26.64, Covington St. 26. Frrgti-ou.
$1847, Girard $13 43. Morris $12 8LPike42 76
Clearfield. Pa., Jan. 20.1870. 1 Received of Wai
R. Wriglcy, Ksq , late Treasurer, tbe sum of one
hundrea and twenty Eve dollars and thirty cents,
being in full of tho above cash balance due (be
road fund ''".
15125 29 LEVER FLEG AL, Treas r.
Bounty Fund for 18C9. . -
WILLIAM K. WRIGLEY, Esq.. Treasurer of the
. county of Clearfield, in tbe Ci mmonweaith of
Pennsylvania, account with the Bounty funds
of aaid county for tuo year A. D. 1359
To balance duo fund last settlement $13 957 37
To balanco duihfrom collectors for I8'j8
1 ,320 30
To balance due from unseated lands for
To amount assessed on unseated lands
for 1869, -To
additional in Brady, Karthaus and
To amount due from eolleotors returns
Tormount assessed ou seated duplicates
To balance due Treasurer Wrigiey
S .14.038 ol
.. . CREDITOR. .
By balance doe from eolleotors' for '69 . - .
and previous year, . 51,j07 45
By balance du from unseated lands tor .
"8.4 S3 69
., 56i t'l
, lsi8 and lo9. .-. . -By
balance due from collectors' iclurui
iiy exonerations, to collectors, . . , ;
By per eentage allowed collectors.
By amount ol bonds redeemed in 1869,
By amount of coupons canceled in 1869.
By Treasurers per eentage on receiving
$3,021 00 '
By Treasurer per eentage on paying
out $22,942 33 '
STATKMEST IN DETAIL.
To aggregate amount of bonds Uasued. $270.3"5 00
To aggregate amount redeemed to Jan- . -
WJ-U69, 4213;U70 U ,
To aggregate am't redeem . '
ed during 1369, 19 897 33
To aggregate amount nnre- - -
.deemed January, 1870 37,367 67 270.33a 00
In amount of bonds over due, $l,..50 00
To am,t redeemable jaly, '70 $9,600 00
To atnt redeemable Jan, 71, 1,800 00 11,400 00
To amount redeemable during 1370. $1250OQ
To am't redeemable July. '71 $6 000 00
To am't redeemable Jan., '72 2.100 09
To amount redeemable July, 1872,
To amount redeemable July. 1373,
Toamonnt redeemable July, 1371, '
14 4(10 00
1 301) OH
" - - RESOURCES. '-
To amount doe from eolleotors. ' " $1,567 45
To amount duo from unseated lands. - 8,46-1 69
To amount due from collectors' returns 1 1 1 50
To deficiency to be rained during 1870, ,23J 15
By bonds redeemable in ,70. $12,950 00
By int. on unredeemed hnds. 2,242 06 ,f , -i
By ex inerations and Treas
urer's per eentage. 1,500 on
By bat. due Treas. Wrigiey. - 623 73
, . $17,320 7$17 320 79
3 - . T-
School Tuna for 1868 and 1869. "
WILLIAM K. WRIGLEY, Esq ., Treasurer of the
county of Clearfield, in tb Commonwealth of
- Pennsylvania,tn account with the several School
. Districts, in said count for fccbool funds for
1868-9. r. : ,. . , I .
DEBTOR. . .. .
To bal. due dist's last settlem't leu Fox, $3 42t 34
To bal. da roz last settlement, , -r 4T 02
To am't assM unseated lands for lftft. 11,592 57
lo am't ass'd unseated lauds for 1369,: . 13,174 31
To am't returned by Collectors in Barn
side. Law leuee. and Woodward. 22 76
. :- . emtptnm, - --
By cash in Treasurer's hands,. - .
By auiouut paid District Treasurer.
By bal. in Fox crapoferred to county.
By exonerations rn' Beccaria, Brady,
Ferguson and Huston. "- --' - -
By bal. dueTreasuier Lastiattlasaent in .
fhest and Iln.t.in " 11 U
. Pj balance uncollvcted, , ...... J -. 14.189 72
I Total, T . . S28 257 00
STATEMENT l DETAIL DKaTOB.
' 378 751
, tit 69
783 26 i
. 67 0j
. 182 6
' 1289 77
34 r 12
; 483 29
' 6SJ tt
- 103 33
. 869 90
I l 94
. 413 B.l
27 6 84
Total. 'S.J42I 3i;?lla92a7 $11 748I28215 98
96 20 1
ST1TKMENT IS DETAIL CREDIT.
. - trio s ta
it:.-. S - pcB a
Districts. 3H 5 g- o-
1-2 -'4 44
86 59 i
12 If j
37 30 '
' 644 51
274 34 '
313 44 j
146 63 !
22 85 i
243 02 f
116 94 !
2 .2 34 j
119 13 I
liu. tun- I
154 14 j
197 39 1
$3,421 22 j
Note Amount returned by collectors. $27.76.
viz: Burnside $7 91, Lawrence $3.70, Woodward
$16 15. Amount of exonerations. $79.96, via:
Beccaria $80 02, Brady $2 66, Ferguson $2.28,
Huston $15 (10. Balance due Tressurer, $12 54,
viz. Chest $7 22, and Huston $4.82. -
Clearfield. Pa., January 20, 1870. Received, of
Wm. K. Wrigiey, Esq . late Treasurer, the sum of
Five hundred and twelve dollars and fifty four
cents, being in full of tbe above balance duo the
SclimH Fund. - " .
Iil2 54 , LEVER FLEGAL, Treaa'r.
We. the undersigned. Commissioners of the
county of Clearfield, in tbe Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, having met on the 3d day of Jan
uary. A. D. Ib70. accurdiag to law, and having
examined the several accounts and Touchers of
William K. Wrigiey ,Esq.,Treaeurerof said coun
ty, for the year A. D 1809, da certify, that wo
find them as above stated. '
We find the amount due the county by him to
be two thousand, seven hundred and fifiy-iiinw
dollars and forty-nine cents. (92,759,49.) .
- Tbe amount due and outstanding from Collectors
for 1369 and previous years, is on County, two
thousand and seventy four dollars and ninety,
seven cents. ($2,074 97); on Ctate. seventy-lwo
dollars and eighty-one eents. $72 81); from un
seated lands, fifteen thousand, two hundred and
forty four dollars and furty-threo eents. ($15,
244 43.) The balance due tho County Fund fay
Treasurer Wrigiey is two thousand, tever hun
dred ami fifty nine dollars and furty-nine cents,
($2,7-9 49 ) .
The aggregate amount of bounty bonds still an
redeemed ia-thirty -seven rhonnaad, three hun
dred and sixty-seven dollars and sixty-seven cents,
($37,367 67). The amount to be redeemed dur
ing the year A. D. Id70. is twelve thousand, nine
hundred and fifty dollars. r$l 2 9.i0 50). and the
inte-eat fi.r the year, will amount to the sum of
swo thousand, two hundrvd aud forty-! wo dollars
and six cents. ($2 242 06;. -
The amount Uue from Collectors is one thous
and, five hundred and seven dollars and forty-five
C'n'-., ("i ilii 45): from unseated lards eight
thou.-and. four bnnlrcd and ix'y eight dollars
and sixty-nine ceots, ($S,4oS 69); from Collectors
sr turns, one hundred and elcen dollars and fifty
cents. (SI 11 50).
The amount due Treasurer Wrigiey is six hun
dred and twenty eight dollars and soventy-thrce
eents, ($628 73.)
The amount to be raised by taxation during the
year, to meet the deficincy; it seven thousand,
two hundred and thirty-three dollars and fifteen
cents, to meet tbe payments Of the current year.
Tbe aggregate balance due the several School
Districts by rho Treasurer is Ova hand red and
twelve dollars and fifty f our cents, S6I2 64: for
which see tabular statement.
The aggregate balance: due the several town
ships on Koad fund by the Treasurer is one hun
dred and twenty five dollars and thirty. eents,
(125 30; for which ?oe tabular statement.
- Witnea our hands, at Clearfield, this 20th day
of January, A. D. I.-S70.
SAMUEL H. SHAFFNER,
Attest;: SAMUEDH. HINDMAN.
, G. B. Goodlasder, Clerk. Commissioners.
V e the undersigned. Auditors of tho oo.aty of
Clearfield, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia, having met at tho Court House, in the boro'
of Clearfield, accord i"? to law, and having exam
ined tha several anoounts and vouchers of William
K. Wrigiey. Esq.. Treasurer of said county, for
the year A. D. Js69.do report thit we found tbem
as abote stated.
The balance due from him on County account
is twothousand.seren hundred and fifty-nine dol
lars and forty nine cents, ($2,759 49.)
He is also indebted to the Road fund in tho
snm of one hundred and twenty-five dollars and
thirty rents. (SI 25 30) and to ihe School fund five
hundred and twelve, dollars and fifty four oents,
($512 51); thill the Bounty fund is indebted to
hi.iu In tbe cum of six hundred and twenty-eight
dollars and seventy-three cents, ($628 73 )
in testimony whereof we hay hereunto set oar
hands, this 20th day of January. A. D.J 870.
- - ' CLARK BROWN,
. , PRICE A. ROW LEW,
Attest: " JOHN D.MILLER.
G, B. GooDLAtnr.B, Clerk. Co. Auditors. '
ALT, FLOUR, BRAN and CHOP, at wholesale,
(Opposite the Jail.) by C. KRAfZfcR,
LOTH IN G A large stock of CLOTHING,
will be closed out at a sacrince, at
(Opposite the Jail ) . C. KBATZER'S.
STOVES The celebrated Ironside and Falser
Cooks. Revolving Light and Hun Parlors, and
an assortment ef Pipe, at C. KRATZKR'S.
Jan. 26. '70- t . - Opposite tho Jail.
R Y GOODS tbe cheapest in the eonnty.
j --' smaaur'o, at
RUNES a quantity on hand and for sale at
TERYFtNK blankets will b sold ebsap
by. , J. SHAW A SON.
Bridles, harness, collars to., for
MERKELL A BIGLER'S.
OESE-SH0E8, and horse-nails, to be had a
Aug. Za. UEKHCLk at BlUUtM t.
NOTICE. All persons indebted to the ssbserii
ber, are requested to eome and settle with
outdelay. - . B. MOSSOP.
SALT! SALT!! A p riots srtieleof great.4 a
urn salt, pat cp in patent saeas. for saleenea
atthostcieof R. MOSSOr'
GUNS. Pistols and sword canes to be -had at
Juna,'6 . MERRELL BIGLER'f.
LOVER, Timothy aad Onbard-s?rass seeds at,
r ' 13 a e I D aV wZ(iV4S
V. lVItAlsAXiIV SV
rtWAlM'S PANACEA, Kennedy's Medic! Dia.
eoery, llemhold's Buehu, Bake s Co4-Livej
Oil, Jsype'taiid Ayer's Medicinen.foraale by'
.2t 22 "
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