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iM KARFIjLD' FEB. 21370.
"V d T'M-Io insure the safe trantmiaslon
To ptm. pBtT0M should remit by check
ef order, or have their letter, registered.
or none eoclofed in jj,, 4r paper after
ICO'LI- : .
Trrane and Clearfield Railroad.
r,.a leaves Tyrone at : : : a m
M Arrives at Clearfield at : : 12.10 f. m.
wt I,. in leaves Clearfield a : : : ??? m
M"' drives at Tyrone at : : : : J 35 p. .
r.nceeis Cincinnati Express East at 6 05
JUil West l 6 44 p, s ; Bald Eagle Ex-
L'.iIWP . m. , . .
. J : T . n
icconimu'jauuj xiai.i-
i,Tts fnld : : :
Pbilipsburg at : :
Arrives at Osceola at : :
lesvesOtreolaat : : . : :
philipsburg at : : - :
Arrives at Clearfield at : :
7.00 A. M.
9 10 A- M.
10 15 A. W.
2 00 p. if.
2.30 p. M.
b 45 p. a.
Religiois Divine services will be held
r.ext Sabbath, in Clearfield, aa follows:
Bv I'.ev NixJorrT.in the Lutheran church,
at fl A.M- and 7 I'.M. Sabbath school at 9
A. M. Pnycr meeting every Wednesday
.renins? at 7 o'clock t .
By Rev Hall, in St. Andrew 8 Episcopal
chinch, at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday
p.)hool at 3 P. I. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening t 7 o'clock.
By ll;v. li.uler,in the Presbyterian church,
w aning an I ereninp. Sabaath school at
3 P. II. Prayer meeting every eduesday
eveninir at 7 o'cWk. ,
B? Rev. V. II. Di'Vin the Methodist
church, morning and evening. Sabbath
c,.hool at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting, every
Thursday at 71 P. M. Communion services
First Sabbath of every month at 10 A. M.
St. Francis' church Mas? at 10 A. M-,
the second and fourth Sundavu of each
month.
A Man Killed. We learn that a Mr.
Beans, from Half Moon, Centre County.met
with a fatal accident, on Chest creek, in this
county, one day last week. He was engaged
in hauling timber, when he was caught be
tween a stick and a tree and so badly smash
ed that he died shortly after the occurrence.
Hi remains passed through this place on
Saturday last, on their way to his home, for
interment.
"The Cramps." The BuIIefonte R'.-pnh-livan
says: "This disease is becoming quite
prevalent in this neighborhood, and can now
be ranked as contusions. Most every one is
cramped just now to End the necessary scrip
to liquidate their obligations. By each one
endeavoring to pay what he can, the disease
fan be abated to a great extent." A similar
roui.laint is. to some extent, prevalent in
these "diggins."
It a is Snow Cold. On Friday last,
we had both rain und Rnow in this region;
on Ja ur ky some more snow, and on Sun
day a little more snow t-till but in all only
about four inches. Then, on Monday morn
ini? thti murcury was down to three degree
below zero, an 1 continued to raniie pretty
law throughout the day. The effect of all
t'.iis change in the weather was to enliven
the timber hauling a little.
Lrrr.iiART Content. The contest for the
cYiS'pi"Uship of best speaker in the Clear
field Academy, came ofTon Friday afternoon,
February 4th, 1S70. Diplomas were award
el as follows: 1st, John W. Bantz, of
Morrivi!le, LuJon comity. Va. ; 2d. Ilo
hnd l Swoope.ol Clearfield, Pa. ; 3d. Phil
ip B. Wachtle. of St. Mary's, Elk county.
Pa. Judges, Ex Gov. Wm. Bigler, llev.
G. A. XisJ.ir'iT. and T. II. Murray, Esq.
t'haiiiii iii, Itov. P. L. IIarriou. Principal.
The c intt-t was a rather animated one, and
i:iu;.h prai is awarded the young gentlemen
1 r ii.- u.anneriii which they acquitted theiu-
CiilLi. St ALDED. Through the kiudness
i'f a friend, we learn that on S iturday the
l.V.hday of February, Allie. aged 2 year1,
tiautliter o! Stephen and Tiiiie Whipple, of
J'tiiii i;Ie. met with a fatal njcidtnt under
the f Hoviti!; circumstauces : The girl em
ployed to do house-work, poured souto boil
ing water into a pail.aud then tamed around
to fix tha tire in the stove. While thm en
gaged, the little girl, who was playing with
a younger brother, ran backwards against
and fell iuio the bucket containing the hot
water, and was so severely caldod, that
'iea:h relieved her sufferings on the follow
ing M miay, muwi:h.-iau Jing every effort to
stve her life. This is another sad occur
rruee, which it would be well enough for
parents and those having the care of chil
dren, to remember.
Fatal A'cidest A correspondent in
forms u3 that, on Wednesday, February 9lh,
as a stick of timber was being hauled
through Triutvii.'e, in this county, a lit
tie mu of Mr. J. F. Mulhollaii, although
warned by the team.-ter not to d ) ro, jump
eJ on the stick to ride. He had scarcely
gn on, when thestiok clipped sideways aud
struck another, the jar throwing him off and
causing hiiu to tail with his head aud shoul
Jers between the two sticks. The horse?
"ere at o:;ce stopped an 1 the boy released
i.--:u liis ieri!ous position. I'pon examin
atin i; was found that a portion of his skull
wa smashed in aud his collar-bone broken.
be.-i Je being otherwise injured. His wounds
w-re properly dres.s?j,and every effort made
to-avehis life; but, after severe suffering,
be died on Tueday the 15th. This Is a se
nou warning Jo boys who persist in riding
Jt timber-sticks.
A Wortuv Example. The Hon. An
drew Stewart, of Uuiontowti.has, during his
resiuW.-e i that plate, built 153 dwelling
houses, 7 saw-miils, 4 firist mills, 1 furnace,
1 bW woiks, and Madison College and a
It'e adj-.ining building now used for a sol
J Taa School and home. M r. Stew
a a!o contemplates erecting row of band
ume letiatit houses in Uniontowo the coin
ng summer ; and a large planing mill, and
a number of dwellings at the Pyle Falls on
he Pittsburg and Connelsville Kailrcad.
-If. Stewart went to Unioutown in 179'J, a
roang stripling of a boy, and almost penni
s. By industry and perseverance he
gained for hinis!t a comfortable living, and
his active usefulness became prominent
a ciiiZun and politician. Mr. Stewart is
over sr. Te.ar; of ge por twenty.one yoarg
5 'rved the people ot his adopted home in
4 public capacity several terms in Con-gr.-aud
labored with unflagging aeal for
their interests and welfare. The example
u- ii tftewart U worthy of emulation.
ould that we had a few men of his enter
ptit in oui town.
Thanks. We tender our thanks to Gen.
A. 1a. Russell ' Adiutant General of Penn
sylvania, tor a copy ot the omcial report ot
that officer.
C niLES, at Curwensville, b agent for
the Polyglot Family Bible containing a
family record and photograph album. Sold
by buLscription only..
Godet's Ladt's Book. The March
number of this most excellent work is be
fore us. It is complete in every department
making it the most desirable ladies' com
panion published. Every lady should have
a copy. .
Goto A. I. Shaw's first class Drug Store,
on Jlarket street, where you will always
find on hand a full and complete stock of
pur$ and unadulterated drugs; together
with a general assortment of other articles
usually kept in a drug store. He has em
ployed as clerk. Mr. E. 1). Snyder, from
Professor Parish's College of Pharmacy,
Philadelphia, who is fully competent to fill
all prescriptions.
Meteorological Keport for the week
ending February 17th. 1870, from three dai
ly observations, as furnished by E. Fenton,
of Penn tp. : Maximum of thermometer, 42
on 17th; 3Iinimum, 6 on 11th ; Mean, 23;
Max. of barometer, 23.38 on 16th ; 3Iinim
otn, 27.70 ou Utb; Range, .68 inches.
Mean of Barometer for the week, 23.01.
Depth of water fell during week, 1.353 inch.
Depth of snow during the season, 55 inches.
Nosnow during the week, roads getting bare.
Heavy rain and sleet on the 14th.
New Advertisements. The reader will
find, bv reference to the approririate head
ing that Messsrs. Piobinaon & Welch, of
Curwensville, advertise their new foundry
Messrs Robinson &, Wann, their dissolution
of partnership Mr. John Stadler, of Clear
field, the removal of his Bakery and Con
fectionary Messrs Hoover & Frazer, a
house of entertainment at the Big Basin
Mr. G. W. Pierce, a caution against the
purchase of a certain note the Register's
Notices appear this week John A. Otto
offers severed good horse-s for sale John C.
Henderson publishes a caution.
"Puffers" at Public Sales. In Ches
ter county, Judge Butler recently gave a de
cision settling the question of bidders or
"puffers" at public sales. A suto was
brought to recover $1,645 on a note given
as the purchase money on real estate. A
gentleman who bad purchased property at a
public sale, and given his note for the mon
ey, learned afterwards that there were pres
ent at the time bidders or "puffers," and he
refused to take the property. The Judge
decided that "if a party procure men to bid
up property, and the person who buys it is
deceived thereby, he cannot be held to his
bid, as it vitiates the sale and makes it void."
This decision is worthy of remembrance.
Sales of Heal Estate. Below we give
a list of the Deeds, as entered of record in
the Recorder's office in this county, for the
week ending February 21st, ls70, together
witli the consideration named, where located,
and the names of the grantors and grantees :
Deed, Samuel V. Bliss to James A. Pear
scll. tor 1 acre in Husiou tuwusbip. Con
siderati.in $100.
Deed, Lazarus Armstrong to II. F. Pass- i
more, for Joo acres iu Laffrcucc towuship.
Considerarion $3,tXiO.
' Deed. Henry Swan to John II. Hunter,
for 1 63 acres in Jordan towuship. Coiuid
eration l,2i.
D.ted. Dr. Daniel Iloutz to Brisbin, Good
& M'Ateer, for 246 acres iu Woodward l'p
Considerate '.,0,00,J.
Fatal Injury. We learn that Mr. Wm.
L. Wilson, a citizen of this county, met
with a fatal accident, on Tuesday. February
15th. At the time of iheaccident he was
engaged in cawing logs, 021 Mr. Porter's
land, on Anderson's crock. Another party
was encaged in cutting down trees. A tree
was cut, which, in its fall, struck a birch
saplinf. and crushed it to the ground. In
its downward course the sapling strnck Mr.
W. who was within its reach on the fore
head, and broke in a portion of his sk-ill.
Medical attendance was summoned, and
every effort made for the relief of the injur
ed man, but without success. He died on
Wednesday morning irom the effects of the
injuries received. He was about 42 years of
age, and leaves four childien to mourn his
sudden and unlooked for death.
DIED i
In Clearfield, on "Tuesday, February 22d,
1S70, of conMimptioni HEN ville Zimmkr
MAN, formerly of Bjiks county, aged 37
years. 7 months and 21 days.
Closing Quotations of Governm't Securities.
JA M E S T. BRADY 4 CO.,
aersors to S. Jonrt &r Co.)
CORXKtt OP Pril'HTa AXD WOOD STRgETS.
Pitubnrg Feb. 12 . 1870.
, boy !ell 1 bu7.,ell.
OOLD. - i'.Si.lL'O 5-20s. Jan.'7. IJuJUjo
U. S.s.. 1-581. 1I7J.H7S S 20J. -lal '87 120 J I2'!j
S2ns.lsfi2, 114 !I5( June,7-30, 10Sf 10i
-2s.lSIU, 12IJ 12H '.July. 7-30, 109f.l09i
5 208.1S66, 12IJ121I May Comp. 14 ,
10 40s. 114 H4j ;Aog.r..mp.'5 IIS U8i
5.2(18. Jan. '5, 120J 20i !pt.Ooinp."5.1 18 1 1 1S
5-208. Jul. '65. I20J 12i Oct. Comp 'i,117iM181
ClearSeld Eetail ftfarkets.
Cobkkctid ar R. Moskop. Feb 16, IS70.
Apples. dried, lb, 12
Apples, green, bu, 1 50
Hay, ton.
Hams, lb,
Shoulders,
Siea.
Lard, lb.
Oat. bo.
Onions. '
Pors, lb,
" mess, bbl.
18 00
25
16
20
25
60
50
IS
35 00
I oo
Applebatter, gal,
Batter, lb.
Beef, frerb lb,
Beef, dried."
Bock wheat, bnsb.
1 00
40
13
25
1 25
Buckwheat floor lb
5
Beana, bu.
3 00
Boards, per M,
Corn.f hellod,
" eara,
" mel.
Chop, rye,
" mixed,
I'heese, lb,
Cherries, lb.
15 00
1 25
60
3 no
3 00
2 40
25
19
Potatoes, bu,
Plaster, bbl.
Peaches, dried,
Rye. bosh,
Rags. lb.
Salt, per sack,
Shingles, 18 in.
25 in,
Timothy seed.
Wheat,
Wool.
3 55
12
1 25
lb,
3
3 00
00
11 00
5 00
1 25
40
Chickena.d
Kl.iar.bh!
d, lb. 15
25
6 50
-PXECUTORS NOTICE. Estate of
William Irvin, deceased. Whereas,
Letters Testamentary on the estate of Wm. Irvin,
late of the Borough of CursrensTille, deceased,
bare been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to the said estate are requested to
mane immediate payment, and those baring
claims against the same will present them, duly
authenticated, for settlemeat
E. A. IRVrN.
-J AS. B. UKAHAM,
Jan. 5.1874. Executors.
TTTOOL WANTED 100.000 poinds wool w.nt-
ed. for which the highest market price will
be paid, by J.P. KKATiEK.
- , - -
'"' SPECIAL NOTICE.
SJienck's Pulmonic Srrup,
See weed Tonic and Mandrake Pil'.sjrill core Ccin
snmption. Liver Con.plaint and lyspepia. if ta
cen according to diiections. Tbey are alt three
to be liken at the same time. They aleanse the
stomach, relax the liver, and pat it to work ; then
the appetite becomes good, the food digests and
zakes good blood, the patient begins to grow in
nesb the diseased matter ripens la the 1 ngs.and
the patient outgrvws the disease and gets well.
This is tha only way to ear the consumption. .
To these three medicines Dr. J. Q. Schenck, of
Philadelphia, awes his unrivalled success in tha
treatment of pulmonary consumption. The Pul
monic Syrap ripens the morbid matter in the
longs, nature throws it off by aa easy expectora
tion, for wben the phlegm or matter is ripe, a
alight eongb will throw it off, and the patient has
rest and tbe lasgs begin to heal. To do this, the
Seaweed Tonie and Mandrake Pills must be freely
used to cleanse the stomach and liver, so that tbe
Pulmonic Syrup and tha food will make good
blood.
Liver Complaint is one of tbe most prominent
causes .of Consumption, bchenck's Seaweed Ton
ie is a gentle stimulant and alterative, and the
alkali in the Seaweed, which this preparation is.
mada of, assists the stomach to throw out the gas
trie juice to dissolve the food with the Pulmonic
Syrup, and it is made into good blood without fer
mentatlon or souring in the stomach. The great
reason why physicians do not cuie consumption is
they try to do too much ; they give medicine to
stop the cough, to stop chills, to stop night sweats,
bectie fever, and by so doing they derange tbe
whole digestive power). locking up the secretions
and eventually tbe patient sicks and dies.
Dr. Schenck. in his treatment, does not try to
stop a coogh. night sweats chills or fever. Re
move the cause.and they will all stop of their own
accord No one can be eured of oonsumption.liv
er complaint, dyspepsia, catarrh, eanker. ulcer
ated throat,unlees the liver and stomacher made
healthy.
If person has jonsumption.of course the longs
in some way are diseased, either tubercles, ab
scesses, bronchial irrit.ntion, pleura adhesion, or
the lungs are a maas of inflimation and fast de
eaying. In such eases what must be done? It
is not only the lungs that are wasted, but it is the
whole bndv. The stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of food. Now the
only chance is to laaescnencx s inree meaicines,
which will bring up a tone to the stmach, tbe
patient will begin cunt food, it will dig- st easily
and make good blood ; then the patient begins to
gain in flesh, and as won a the body begins to
grow, tbe lungs heg:n to heal up. and the patient
gels fleshy and well. Cbia is the only way te
cure consumption.
When there is no lung disease, and only liver
complain! and dyspepsia, Schenck'i Seaweed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills are sufficient without
the Pulmonic Syrup. Take tbe Mandrare Pills
freely in all bilious complaints, aa tbey are, j er
tectlj harmless. '
Dr. Schenck. 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 of pulmonary consttmpiion, his
physicians having pronounced bis ease hepelexs
and abandoned b to his fate. He was eured
by tbe aforesaid medicines.and since bis recovery
many similarly afflicted have used L'r. Schenck 's
preparations w ith the same remarkable success.
Tbe directions accompanying each, make it not
absolutely neoessary to see Dr. Scbenck. unlets
tbe patients wish their lungs examined, and for
this purpose he is Professionally at bis Principal
Office, Philadelphia, every Saturday, where ail
letters for advice must be addressed. He is also
professionally an No. 32 Bond Street. New York,
every otber Tuesday, and at No. 35 Hanover St..
Boston, every other Wed nesday. He tires advice
'ree. but for a thorough examination with his
Resirometor tbe price is 55. Office hours it each
city from 9 A. M to S P. Si.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrnp and Seaweed Ten
ic each $1 50 ir bottle, or S3 ill a balf-doien.
Mandrake Pills 25 cuts a box. For sale by all
druggists.
. DR. J. H. SCHENCK.
Ap. 7,'69-ly 1.". V. th St.. Phi'a.
COUNT V DIRECT?! V
TIME OF HOLDING COURT.
2d Monday in January".
3d - in March,
4'.h ' in May, .
3d Monday in Jane. 2 w
4th in Sept 2
21 ' in Nov 2 w
COUNTY AXD DISTRCT OFFICERS.
Prcs't lude llon.Cbaa A Mayer. Lock Haven
ts'le.Judges Hon. Samuel Cl tdi. ClearSeld.
Hon. Jacob Willheim tirahftmton
Sheriff. . . . Cyrenus ilowe, . . . Cloarfiold
Prothonofary, Aaron C. Tat, . .
P. eg. A Ree. . A, bury W. lee.. '
District Att'y, W. M M'Cullough, . "
Treasurer.... Lever Flegal.. . . "
Co. Surveyor, S. F Mc:ioskey, . Curwensville
t'ouiuias u'rs, Othello Smead, . N. Washington
Samuel r-haffer, . Clearfield.
Samuel H. Hindman, tilca Hope.
Auditors. . . Clark liro-vn. . . . ClearSeld.
Price A. Rowlea, . N Millport.
John D. Millor. . . Hurl.
Coroner. . . . Jawes A. Moore, . . Clearaeld
Co.Superini't Geo W.Snyder, . .
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
Totf,)tktpt. ;.Va of P. O. jVamrstfP.M.
beacaria. - - tllen Hope, - - Homer i uBree,
- Utah ville, - - - S MeFarlaod,
- Hcearty'eX Roads Ssmuel Hegarty
Bell, --- Biifcer, - - S A. Korabaugh
" .... Ciest, - - - - Thos A. M Uhee
: ... Cush. ... - J. W Oamcbell.
.... Ostetid. .... II L. Hemienxiii
Plootn. - - Forrest. - - - A'gernon Holdeu
Boggs, ... Cleai field Bridge, . Jaa Forrest.
.... VValiacelifn, - - Jubn A Mooro
Bradford, - Woodland. - - Wm. Albert.
.... Wm's Grove, - - Ed. Williams
Brady, - - - l.utbcrsburg, - L B. Carlilo
Troutvtlle. - - Mrs. C. Wearer
11 - - JvfiVraon Line. - - John lleberlin.
Burnside, - NewWashiuglont. - S a m ' I MoCuue
... Burcside, - - Matihew Irwin.
" . . Patchinville, - Jack Patchin.
k ... East Ridge, - - W. Snminerville
Chest, - - Hard, - - - - Lewis J. Hurd
. - McGarvey, - - - Wm McGarvey
- Wetover, - - - S A. Farber.
Clearfield. - Clearfield. - - P. V (lanhn
Covington, - Frerehvillj, - - Ciau 1. Barmoy
' ... Karthaus. ... Jehn Heiter
Curwensville Curwensville, - - Charles iloel
Decatur, Pbilipsburg. Centre eoucty, Pa.
'- - West Decatur, - - Lever ."meal,
Ferguson, - Marron, ... John P Straw,
iirard, - - - Leconte'a Mills. - Angu s Leconte,
- - Bald Hills, - - Alex. Irw!n
Goshen, - - Shaasvi'le, - - U.U.Morrow,
(irabam. - - 'Irahamton. - - Thos. H. Foreoy
Guelich, - - Smith's Mills, - Jis. G. Oaaoe.
.... Mauera, - - - - L. A. Warren.
' .... Allemans' ... Henry Alleman.
Uuston, - - Tjlor. .... Miss R J.Tyler.
" ... Pennfiela. - - FraDk Bowman.
Jordan. - - Ansonville, - - H Swan
Karthaus, - Salt Lick, - - Geo. Heckadsra.
Knox. --- New Mi.Iport, - H J. Sloppy.
Morria, - - - K jl?rtown, - - ' Ed. C. Brenner.
... Morrisdale. - - John Odel'.
Osceola. - - Osceola Mills.- - T. F Boalich.
Penn. - - - Lumber City.t - U W.Spencer.
--- - Grampian Hills, Joca. Wall
Pike, - - - - Curwensville, - Chas. Hoel.
t'nion, ... Rockton. - - - D. E. Brubaksr.
Waodward. Jeffries, ... James Lockett.
$ This Post Ofiice w 11 do fur Chest township
t Will answer for Ferguson townsh.p.
STATE & V. STATES DIRECTORY.
OFFICERS OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Governor, ... John W. Geary, Cumberland,
Sec'y of Com. - Fraiik Jordan, - Bedford,
Dep. Secretary, J. M. Weakley, -Auditor
Gen - John F.Hartranft, Montgomery,
Surveyor Gen.- J. M. Campbell, - Cambria,
Attorney Gen. - F. C Brewster, - Philadelphia,
Adjutant Gen. - D. B M'Crea:y, - Erie,
State Trarer, Wm. W Irwin. - Beaver,
Sup. Com Sch's J. P.Wickersham, Laneastar,
Deputy Sup'r. - C. K. Cobutn, - - Bradford,
State Librarian, Wien Ferney, - - Dauphin,
Scpremb Court. Chief Justice James Thomp
son. Associates. Henry W. William, Johs M.
Keel. Daniel Agnew. George Sharswood. Ses
sions, Philadelpiba. 1st Mon lay of January. Har
rishurg, 4th Monday of April Sunbury, 1st Mon
day of October Pi tkburg, 3d Monaay of October.
OFFICERS OF. THE UNITED STATES.
President. - - - 1' lyases S. Grant,- Illinois.
View President. Schuyler Colfax, - Indiana.
See. of Slate, Hamilton Fish. - New York.
Seo. f Treas'y, Geo S Boutwell, Massachusetts
See of War, - Wm. W. Belknap. Iowa.
See. ef Navy. - Ge-. M Robeson, New Jersey,
See. ef Interior Jacob D. Cox, - - Ohio.
P M Gea. - - J A.J. Creswell, Maryland,
Attorney Gen. - E. K Hoar, - - ' Massachusetts
'Si-PBEUB CFBT Chief Justice. 8, P. Chase, of
Ohio. Associate Justices Nathan Clifford, of
Maine. Samuel Nelson, of New York. David Da
vis, of 1 llinois, Noah H Swayne. of Ohio. Sam
uel F. Miller, of Iowa, Stephen J. Field, of Cal.
Salary of Chief Justice $5 500,of Associates S6,
0U0. TUIMBLE-SKEINS aud Pipe-boxes, tor Wag
ons, for tale by MERRLLL ABIGLER
TERMS Of THE JOURNAL.
The Rarr! JoraXAt, is published on Wed
u lid ay at SI 00 pet annum in advance. If net
paid at tbe beginning of tba year, S2.50 will la
charged, and 53.00 if not paid before tbe close.
Advertisements wi 1 be inserted at 81.50 per
square, for three or less insertions Ten lines
(or less) counting a square. For every additional
insertion 50 cent will be charged a deduction
will be made to yearly adyertisera
No subscription taken for a shorter time than
six montSs. and no paper will be discontinued ua
till all arrearages axe paid .except at the option of
the publisher. S. J. ROW.
WINE & LIQUOR STORE;
I. L. REIZEN'STEIX & CO. -
DEALERS IX
WIXES AXI) LIQUORS,
MARKET STREET. CLEARFIELD, PA.
A good assortment for medical purposes always
on band.
January 27. lSITS-fiui.
E R. L.ST0UGHT0N,
MERCHAXT TAILOR,
HABEET STREET, CLEARPlr.LD, PA.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of Clear
field and vicinity, that he has opened a new tail
oring establishment in Shaw'a Row, one door east
of tbe Post OfSc.-, and has just returned from tbe
eastern eitios with a large and elegant stock ef
Cloths, Cassimercs, Nestings,
Beavers, &c, and all kinds of goods for
men ami boys' wear, and is
prepared to make up to order CLOTHING, frera
a ringle article to a full suit, in tbe latest styles
and most workmanlike manner. Special atten
tion given to eustom work, and catting out for
men and bsya? He offers great bargains te custo
mers, and warrants.entire satisfaction. A Hbeial
share of public patronage is solicited. Call and
examine tbe goods.
Oct 16, !So7. E. R . fi. STOCOHTON.
y o u t ii s'
AND BOY S
CLOTHING.
The undersigned having recently added
READT-MADE. CLOTTIIXG
to bis former business, would respectfully
solicit an examination ol his stock. Beipg
a practical Tailor he flatters himself
that he is able to offer a better
cla of ready-made work
than has heretofore been -brought
to this mar
ket... Anyone wishing to buy -good in this line .
would save money by calling at bis store,
and making their selections.. Also,
full supply of Genta'furnishing
foot? always on hand.
Feeling thankful for parf .'avors he would re
spectfully solicit a continuance of tbe
same.
April 2S. 159. H. BRIDGE.
170. FEBRUARY. 1ST0.
RECONSTRUCTION!
u I Intend to FiyJtt It Oat on
jh. June.
WM. REED,
Market Street, Clearfield, Ta.
DRESS GOODS,
FANCY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
TRIMMING S,
LADIES' AND GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS,
Ladies', Misses' and Chiltlrens' Shoes,
AT POPULAR PRICES-
The entire stock on hand will be sold at
PRESENT VALUE,
and the 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 rostoffice;)
CLEARFIELD, TA.
February 2, 1870.
IRON i IRON" Best bar Iron, for sale at the
store of MERRELL ABIGLER.
OIL CLOTH S, at greatly reduced prices.
May 12. '69. MQSSQP'8
CURRANTS tbe best and cheapest in the
county, at . GRAHAM'S.
STOVES of all sorts and sites, constantly on
hand at MERRELL BIQLER S
YT ANTED 16.000 pounds of WOOL, at the
-KET8row STOR,"ClearfieId,Pa. jel8
"VfAILS A SPIKES theeheapen intheeennty
J-l at MOSSOP'S
CANNED FRTJIT. Canned Plums, Peaches
and canned earn, etc , for tale at tbe Drug
Store of . A.I.SHAW.
March 19, 156).
JECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
OF CLE.LRFELD COUNTY,
"FOR TsHE l'EAR A.;D.ilS6'.
,.- - -m
WILLI M K" WRIGLET. Esq.. Treasurer of tbeT
couotv of Clearfield, in the v.nmmonwouu oi
- Pennsjlvania.in aecoBnt wit the funds of said
eouuty from the lHth day ot January. A. D.
lt, to the 3d day of January, A. D. le'iO.
DEBTOR.'
To balance due eounty last settlement. $1,335 M
Totfealance due from collectors for 1666
and previous years. , 1,553 39
To balance due from collectors on State
for 1S6S and previous years. 146 72
To amount assessed ou unseated' lands
fnrlSHS . 8.943 1
To amount assessed on unseated lands
for 1869, - ; . , .
To add ition'l assessed on unseated lands
in IV(csri& and Knox.
.8.627 61
14 65
To amount trom collector's return for
lb67 and 108, , 112 96
To amount assessed on collectors' dapli-
ewteo for IS9. . 19,2 86
To sm't assessed on Registers' returns, otto 8-
To amount assessed on State account. 1,27 06
To redemption on Baum tract in Brady
for 1S66 and lS;i7. (col. return). 3S 60
To redemption on StcCormick tract u
Knox forlKM to 1S6S, icol return), 144 23
To cash for old iron, - 5
To couimon wealth costs refunded, 3 3S
To redemption an No 4140 in Fox tp , 31 70
To amount received as jury fee, 64 00
To ain't received as fines 4 forfeiture. 300 00
To am't transferred from militia fund, 217 7j
To ain't rce'd fro-i A. M UiiJs for luel. 5 00
To redemption on land by Shoff, vsale
nook), ... '
To redemption on land by J G- fchubert .
in Moiris. (sale book), 12 80
To sale of county maps, 8 00
To redemption ty Albert, 50 acres in
Decatur, (sale book), 30 10
To Fox" township school balance due
lust settlement, . ' ?
To aui'llrom C'ommiiaknars" books, 1,700 00
Tul, " Sli.513 47
CBEDtTAR.
By amount duefrom collectors lor 1309
aud previous ye.irs eounty, $2,074
By amount dae froin collectors for 1 iC'J
and previous years State, 7i
By amount due from unsealed lands for
1S6U and 1S69, 15.241
By exonerations to collectors on county
for 1369 and previous years, 790
By exonerations to collectors on State
for it9 and prvvious years 31
By collectors' percentage on connty 9V3
By do do State 63
By State Treasurer's receipts for State
tax 1'ii7
By amount paid Co. Supeiintendent. as
per Act of 1Kb April. 1367. for inci
dental expenses of Teaehjrs Institute
for lo19. as per bills fiied 23
By treasurer's per centage on receiving
$25,423 36, at 1 i per cent, 3SI
By Treasurer's per eentage on paying
out $23 90 9: t li per oent 311
By overcharge iu Chest aud Huston 40
By amount due from collector's returns 103
Bv assessors' sizes. 37
By Commissioners' OfSce, vix :
Henry Stone, 163 day 420 09
Othello Smead, 452 50
S. U.Shaffoer, 442 50
S. U. Uiudman, 5i 00 1.376
By expenses in vicw'ng prisons 101
By Court House expenses, vu;
Fuel and light- 104 70
Repairs t. building, 116 41
Balance on clock 117 65 3-".-t
By court house bonds and coupons, i-
By Jail expenses, vit :
Coal and wood, $93 50
Repairs to building, 76 72
Stove, 7 CO
Med. attendance to prisoners 75 35
VValchuien 336 50
Washing clotb'g for prisoners, 93 20 6S2
By new prison expenses, vit :
For architectural designs 5500 00
Adv. proposals and printing
estimate specifications. 77 42
Engrav and print new butids.l7a UJ
Payment on new jail lot, 600 00 1,352
By Court crier's uages, 6i
l-j tipstaves' wages, ' 14
By janitor's wages, 75
By amount paid atate deficiency, 3.-9
hy r-ad viewi. . 211
By Commonwealth coats, vit:
Com tU vs. BaU and Bear, S9P2 59
Do Sebastian Smith, liO 27
Do , Joe Miller, 97 22
Do Dempsey; 129 30
Do Kitchen, 1W 13
Do Lamoyne, 6-13 73
Do Coulters. 3 07
Do " Creswell. - 15 20
Do Lingafeit, . Will
Do Shearer, t 3S
Do Horn. 24 V5
Do Michaels A Hard, 22 12
Do Lee. 17 70
Do Wsh. Brady, 47 04
!0 Shanks, 12 7H
Io Knox. 114 71
l.o Morrison. II 25
Do Flegal. o7
Do Crowfoot, ' 19
Do Troy, 33 57
Do iittgcraU, J 0
Do Jcbnson, 77 57
Micel!aneous costs, 47 79 2,719
By bonrding jurors in capital sties, M
By postage aed telegramf, 24
By sta ionery, 24
liy tranHrribinj; nld reeor ls, 141
By Protbonotary's fees, 410
By expenses Jeliverin- duplicates, 19
By jurors wages., vit :
Granl, . 5 40
Traverse. 2,S3ti 66 3.4J2
3y inquest fee?, 74
By justices' fees, 40
By Sheriff's fees. 1.443
By fox and wildcat scalps, I II
Byinurao:o on Court House, 728
Ly Auditors' aud clerk's wages, 210
By Con-tniasioners' clerit vit :
Bradley, (former) St;2 00
Goodlaoder. 500 0(T 1.3S2
By House of Refuge, 203
By Jury Ccmuii'sioners and clerk, S5
By refunds, 17
By attorneys" fees, vit :
Wallace, $150 fl
Test, J 05 Ml
Swoope, 50 00
Fulfor J. 60 00
McEra'ty, 10 00
T.J SIcCullough. 50 00 515
By District Attorney's fee", 333
By books and records, vis .
For Prolh-.notaty's ofli.-e. SMO 00
For Commissioner! bflice. 47 90
Fcr Recorder s oCce, 25 50 1S3
By conetiibles' fees, 257
By election expenses, 711
By Registry Law expenses, vit :
Books and stationery, . ' tW 23
Printing and publishing law, 244 25
Amount paid axsescorl, 596 90"
Additionaf clerk hire, 125 09 LA-t.?
By Burnsi le bridge, COO
By printing. 4J9
By road damages, 55
By Commisiotitzs' counsel, 150
By auditing Proiby'e A Rear's ace 'is, 30
By miaceliaceooi. 41
Bv amount overpaid Fox ro'ad fund. 12
By bal. due county by Treas. Wrigley, 2.759
Toul, 45.afa
Received. Clearfield. January 21. 3P70, of Wm.
K. Wrigley. late Treasurer, the sum of two thou
sand, seven hundred and fifty-nine do'lars and
fortv-nine cents being in fnl! of tbe above ba.'aiice.
12,759 49 J LEVER FLEGAL, Treasurer.
Probable Ordinary Expenses for 1870.
Toordinary expenses estimated at S20.550 00
To exonerations tocoll'rson U S. lands, 1.325 00
To Ireas'rs and Collectors per eentage, 1.593 S3
REsoiRcrs.
By am't due from collectors. 52 074 9f
By am't due from 0 S. lands. 15,244 43
By am't due from Col s ret u, -us, 103 82
By am't deficiency for 1S70, 6.045 61
Total,
S23.463 83 1 2.1. 4rtfi 8.1
Tax dne from Oollectorsi
The following is a detailed statement of the
several amounts dne from Collectors for 1S69 and
previous years:
Vr. iBor aTp's.' Col's Names
1S67 Beccari a. T S Washburn
1S69 Beccaria, (H B Wright.
County. Bounty.
S'.IS 76
S194 13 106 67
151 46 3o0 06
35 91 237 37
43S 41 163 23
467 21 32 39
73 36 116 24
12 95 49 53
6 16 103 S9
301 43 33 79
15 40 72 Id
132 17 17 20
I 6d 25
1S6 2S; 24 36
150 2o 22 13
2074 97. tlK7 4i
Bell. jWmTlhorp,
Bradford, Edmund Lale,
Chest. ,'Jas M'Ewen,
Clearfield, jj M Clellan,
Curw'lc :J Thompson,
Ferguson, ,Geo Williams,
Girard, f iR S Stewart,
Graham. D M Dowell.
Jordan, R M Johnson,
Karthau G Fisber,
I Morris, Peter Mens,
Pike, Robert Ross.
Woodward S Henderson,
i
Total,
Tax tiri raoa c-ti.rcTtR costisiTP.
! Vr. tBor.kTp's. Col's Names
State.
I $r,( ueoc&ria. . i nasnourn
Ib69 Becoaria, ;H B Wright,
I Bell. - - Win T Thorp,
I Bradford, Edmund llale.
ICbest . Mae M'twen.
S22 37
77.
2 22
l t-
,. t(
.t5 15
Clearfield. J M Clellau,
Carw'le. J Thompsou,
Ferguson. Geo Williams.
1Z
2 Ad
96i
24 86
5fi0!
5.76
2' 23:
!
1 42;
Grrard. T ill s Stewart.
22 32
22 HO
I. 14
17.67
2T 05.
56. 05'
12 35
Grasam. D M Dowell.
Jordan. K M Johnson
IKarthaus,G Fisber,
JMorris, jPeterMens,"
. 'Pike. Robert Ross,
; Woodwax") ;S Henderson,
I "
' '' 1 TstsH. 1 S72 St' H9 5
. Those BiarKed thus have paid on account since
settlement. Those marked thus t have paid in
full tince seltleuient.
Eoad Fund fcr 1B68 and 1SC9.-
WILLIAM K. WRIGLKT. Esj . Treasurer of the
eounty of Clearfield, in tbe Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania in account with the several tow a'
ships in sa d County for Road Fiisds fur lSoi-9'
PEBTOK.
To balance due tw'ps at last settlement f"!,702 11
To am't assessed on unseated lands l!KS. S.oH5 21
To am't assessed on unreal! lands 1S49. 8,6rt7 61
To am't returned in Woodward, oy Col'r, 2 i7
- Total, 2T057 30
- , - CRI1ITJR.
By'casb in Treasurer's bands.
By bal. duefrom U S lands forlSfi"" 9
By over charges in Chest aud Huston,
By aggregate aai't paid Supervisors.
By treasurer percentage.
Total, """
TATEBNT" rv DrTTAlt llESTOR
- ?
5 3
sis
Townships
B-S
Totift
Beraria,
Bell,
Bloom,
Bosrrs.
Bradford,
Brady.
Burneide,
Chest,
Covington,
Decatur,
Ferguson,
(iirard,
Goshen, .
Graham,
Guelich,
Huston,
Jordan,
Karthaus,
Knox,
Lawrence,
Morria
nn,
Pike,
Union,
I7 90' 30 S3I0 !2i
si;-t oo
9 0 y
273 r-t
317 09
243 32
l(t5 lift
6 74
133 47 ',33 47
145 67' 145 ?'
Ill IS 111 IH
475 77! 475 77
159 15 159' 15
3'l 2S! S74 7
305 IS. 306 16.
3i2 47. 362 45
44 29 44 29
3t".3 65. SS3 06
39I 63' :t9l tr3
2j 77 2,j6 77
!92 21: I92 LI
25 76i
30 96
143' 52
271 07
307 67
60 6r
117 14
15 9t
SS3 95
34 61'.
110 87
21 62
3i9 92
46 31
92 46
69 0".
51 07
156 r.2'
15 47
4 00'
17 72
67 51!
59 37
1072 69
42 00
1n4 54
1111 25
S21 H7
624 1
409 04
4i5$ 34
175 35
69-1 3.1
6 J5 42
9!3 9i
9.6 54
317 03
3U5 6.1
S60 32
9SI 0
2094 21. 2 094 21
76 I I
250 06!
275 trt
4.11 42
379 9ji
Mi 7 -159
bti'
3 4 V So
Hi 75-
63 93
255 hi
2-40 4S
4.11 42'
379 9.i,
165 7rf
150 f0
314 - 0
46 75-
Wood ware.
Total, 52702 10.-6sj ZI.SS.fif.T 91 52"057 30
KTATEMEST 11 rBTAIt.-
1
SI 25 30
, 16.9iit' ,"0
50 00
2S29 94
S5 45
2iU'5730
er ' S- '
a H 3
:-l p-i
Townships.
Total.
Beccaria, )
Bell.
Bloom, !
Bogs. !
1radt'ord,
Brady. i
Burnside, )
S2 41;
3 10,
177!
I 13
4 So
8 13
23
1 81'
3 52
II 58
1 16;
3 32i
73
11 10,
1 -39
3 43;
3 IS)
1 5-i:
4 It.:
iC
i
5 12
2 37
$77 92
100 50
57 2V
3H US
139 22
262 94.
29S 44
6J 79
113 62
372 37:
, 37 451
107 55;
23 SO
426 .4
44 92
11! 0
102 86'
49 54
151 92
15 oi;
165 fitli
76 62;
S547 76:
857 35-2-io
94 1
25S 04'
216 121
92 9
318 30
745 02
ll6 QH,
724 02'
Srt OS;
713 S2
7S3 26;
613 54'
3M 42
4o JO 'j.i
.130 04;
4n3 S2
5iM SS!
K62 bS.
741 tr..
331 5rt!
2",2 M
6S9 61
9(2 0
"2S 09
9'"'0 93
273 6S
317 00
253 32
1095 IIS
59 37
1072 69
67m 92
S42 t6
IU4 il
1111 25
621 87
624 41
4d 04
4553 31
175 35
593 33
625 42
Si3 9'
916 54
317 03
05 60
P0 32
9ril 03
Chest.
Covington, t
Deeatur.
Ferguson. I
Girard,
Goshen, j
Graham, !
GuelicW, j
IjQitOO,
Jordan. S
Karthaus. I
Knox, j
zawrence, i
Morris.
I
Penn,
Pike, .
Union. J
Woodward,;
v
Totil, iSS5 46'S2,$;9 94.$I6,J6660121O'57 30
JCote. The som of f 2 07 was returned by the
collector of Woodward t'p. Am't of exonerations
J .0 00. viS : L'best 520 00 and Woodward $.10 1)0
Balance in hands of Treasurer $ 1 25.30.vit Bloom
6 74. P.rady $26.64'. Covington 54.26. Ferguson
51S47, Girard 513 43. Morris 512 96, Pike 42 76
Clearfield. Pa., Jan. 20.1370. Received of Wm
K. Wrigley. Es . late Treasurer, tre sum if one
hundred and twenty five dollars and thirty cenia,
Seing in fall of the above cash balance due tbe
road fund
(5126.20 LEVER FLEGAL, Treas r.
Bonctj Frmd for 1E69.
WILLIAM K. WRIGLEY. Esq . Treasurer or the
eouuty of Clearfield, iu tbe Commonwealth of
Pescsylvania.iu accouut witi, the Bounty tucus
of said county for toe year A D. 1369
PEIsT'lR.
To culanee due fond last seit!e-nat 513 3 i7 37
To balance due from collectors for 13,"3
and previous years, ,
To balance due from undented latds for
1833.
To amount assessed on nnseated lands:
for Ir.a,
To additional in Brady, Kartbaus and
Knox,
To amount due from collectors returns
Tosniount assessed on seated duplicates
for 1309,
To balance due Treasurer Wriey
l,-20 30
4 342 77
4,3 i 3 29
J9 69
131 21
9.345 12
623 73
Tola:
34.083 51
mr.ntTiR.
By balance due from collectors' for '69
and previous years, 51.5.17 45
By balance due from unseated lands for
19n3 and 1369. fe.wi oil
By balance due from collectors' returns 1 1 1 60
By exonerations to collectors, 562 01
By per centagc allowed collectors, - 16 90
By amount ot bonds redeemed in !369. 19 897 33
By amount of coupons canceled in 1SS9. 3.045 00
By Treasurer's per eectage on receiviug
53 021 CO - . " 80 21
By Treasurer's per eentage on paying
out 522,912 33 229 42
Total.
534.033 51
STATEMENT IN DETAIL.
To aggregate amount of bonds hseued. 5270,3-'5 00
To aggregate amount redeemed to Jan
uary. Is69. 5213,070 00
To aggregate am't redeem
ed during lt69, 19,597 33
To aggregate amount unre
deemed January, laid 37,357 67 270.335 00
To amount of bonds over doe. 1 1,550 00
To am t redeemable Jul v. '70 59.600 00
To am't redeemable Jan, '71, 1,800 00 11,400 00
To amount redeemable during 1370. $12,950 00
To am"t redeemable July. T7I ? 000 09
To am't redeemable Jan., '72 2.400 90 8.100 00
To amount redeemable July. 1872, - 14 4U0 00
To amoui.t redeemable July, 173. 1 S0O 00
To amount redeemable July, 1373, 1.2- 0 uO
RESOCKCES-
Toatnount due from eollecturs. 51.507 45
To amcun'. due from unseated lands. 8.464 69
To amount due from collectors' returns 1 1 1 50
To deficiency to be rsised during 1870, 7,2?3 15
By bonds redeemable in .70. 512,930 eo
By int. on unredeemed bonds, 2,242 06
Ey ex inerationt and Treas
urer's per centage. 1,500 00
By bal. due Treas. Wrigley, 623 73
Total,
517 320 79 517 320 79
School Fnnd for 1868 and 13G9;
WILLIAM K. WRIGLEY, Esq ., Treasurer of the
eounty of Clearfield, in tbe Commonwealth ef
Pennsylvania.ln account with tbe several School
Districts, in said eounty for bchoul funds for
1963-9.
SEBTOB.
To bal. dne dist's last settlem't.lasj Fox, $3,421 3
To bal. due rox last settlement, 41 02
To am't ass'd nnseated lands for ISM. 11.592 57
jo am't ass'd unseated laidi for 1369. 13,174 31
To am't returned by Collectors in Burn
side, Lawieuce, and Woodward, 27 75
Total, 7" 528,267 00
CBICITOa.
Byeacb in Treasurer's hands,.
By amount paid District Treasurers,
Bv bal. hi Fox transferred toeouctv.
$12"4
1,421 ii
41 02
79 Si
. '12 5
24.1S9 72
. i "FIT tAMT,at tnAs in Rb.rl - Tlpmv
i ' " "J '
I Ferguson and Huston, ' -
... - in,..,., MURUlULOCt IU
Lhest and Huston.
! Py balance aneolIcetedY
75 , Total,
S2S.257 00
STATEItkVT III DETAIL bKWTOK!.-
DUtricU. - 3 2 - S 5 ' J c Total.
? oc i
Beecaria,
Bell,
Bloom,
Boggs.
Bradford,
Brady.
Burnside.
Chest,
S224 4
102 33
12
$60!) 14
551 29
17.1 60
' S78 75'
200 10
6-6 116
318 30.
555 42
SSI 45)
.-8 f 9
55 2S'
472 74.
7S3 M
667 60
345 95
1017
1S2 66
449 w2;
4;s-t:t!
m; 14!
tss Ai
290 I2
i'J mi
5465 19: 129 77
5I 51 1516 91
173 li7 12
41 4I1
49 69j
219 89'
6S9 43!
313 44!
146 63,
2? 8ij
248 02;
116 94
34 i,
119 M
47 62!
154 14
96 20,
197 S?f
Hi ill
33 19!
2171!
51 fl'
94 51!
3TK 75'
, 23 60,
747 69
797 l
4oJ N
1713 64
iWH .".!
749 62
305 16
669 0
S3 no'
472 74
6'". 7 C."
513 4
307 54
214 21 1
91 a A
&: 04
420 72
647 IS
6f3 u,
24.-; 6S
Ml SI
UB4 96;
1 333 4
1304 94'
Itfft 05
1705 22
i3T 13
1193 if
1567 t5
1433 4S
772 62
311 1 34
S2I 94
9r 1 0
930 7
T4W4I
126 40
" 571 '.i9
5F2 2
5.17 re
2117 9
Covingt'n;
l'ecatur, !
Ferguson.
Gimrd,
Goshen,'
Graham,
Guelich.
Huston,
Jordan.
Karthaus.
Knox, I
Lawrence
Morris.
Penn, J 1
Pike. j
t'nion. ,
Woodw'd.'
205 6.-
820 M.
Tofal.
53421 3l'51t592a7 511 71S1 .22l5j-j
STATKUBST IX 1ET JIL CH r I11T.
b-3 J?
Districts 1 2'
!
a a
$101 61
12
R5 59
12 17
37 50
Beccaria. 1
Bell, j
Bloom, j
Boggs. j
Mi au ford
Brady. ;
Burnside. '.
3224 44
IC2 33
40 4!
''13 80
-1 14 li
347 00
" 670 91
421 43
1373 79
64 51
1279 11
61 Si
IM f
102 M
927 96
1450 91
JIM 14
653 49
3049 t-S
274 34
79 15
779 05
1293 2
II 64 9 t
633 en
- 4-6 07
4S2 72
l'.-!6 24
49 69
299 f
6MI 43 j
313 44
146 63 j
22 85 J
24S 02 !
1 16 94 .
2i2 34 i
119 13 !
47 62 !
154 14 !
96 20 i
' W 39 ,
9t 5i ;
33 19
24 17 j
54 94 !
36 52 ;
Chesr.
j Coviiigt'n
4 21 j
17 52 :
Ferguson.;
Guard, j
Goshen. !
i Gruhain.
j Guelich. '
Hu.ton.
Jordan, l
Karthaus .
Knox, !
I. wren'
Morris, 1
PcLti, I
Pike. I
I" 11 ion. 1
59 4
33 M
55 50
12 93
71 78
25 24
VI oodw'd
To'al. 53,421 22; $ .12 54 J 524,130 72
Note. Amount returned bjr collectors. 527.76,
vit: Burnside 57 91. Lawrence 53.70, Woodward
516 15. Amount of exonerations. $79 91!, vis :
Beccaria S'10 02, Brady 52 66, Ferguson Si 2S,
Huoton 5:5 00. Balance due rrevsurer, t2 i-t
vit. Chest 57 22, and Huston $4.32.
Clearfield, Pa.. January 2 1S70. Reeeired of
Wm. K. Wrigley. Ksq .. late Treasurer, lie sum of
FWc-hutrdrei and twelve dollars and dfii
cents, being in full of tbe above balanod due tbe
cnnoi runa.
1512 64 1 LEVER FLEGAL, Treas r.
Certificates.
We. the endersicned. Commissioners i.r 1.
eounty of Clearer!, in tbe Commonwealth cf
. cu..,Ti,mii. oavmg met oa IQeSJ day of Jan
u.ry, A.D l70. accordiag to law. and having
examined tbe several accounts and vouchors of
William K. Wrigley,Efq.,Treasurerof raid coun
ty, for the year A. D 16o9, do eerttfv, that we
find thein as above sta'ed-
W find tbe amiunt d5e tbo eounty by him tw
be two thousand, seven hundred and hfty-ciue
d.rllars and forty-nine cents. (S2,7i9.49.)
The amount due rod outstanding from Collectors
for lSi9 and , rcvious yean, is on Couotv, two
thousand and seventy four dollars and ninety,
even cents- (52 074 97); on State, reranty-lwo
dollars and eiirhty-one cents. 572 81); from un
seated lands, fifteen thousand, rwo hundred and
fnty four dollars and forty-three eenrs f5.
244 43 ) Tbe balance due tbe Countv Food by
Trearurer Wrigley is two thousand, sera hun
dred and 6fi, nine dollars mod fori v-nioe cut
fS2,75 49 . '
Tbe agjregafo amount of bounty bonds still un
redeemed is tfiirty-seven tbous.nd, three hun-
fe.ri- f-?' yTl"n d""r' D? ""J" cents,
(53..307 6). Thean.ountto be redeemed dur
ng the year A D. 1370- is twelve thousand, nine
hundred and tifiy dollars. (51 2-IsjO 60' and tbe
interest for the year, will aaoont te tba sum of
two thousand, two hundred and forly-twu Coil.rs
and sit cents. (52.22 06. ' sonars
The stnouiit du, from Collectors is one thons
and, five hundred and seven dollars an l forty-fire
cents. t;f7 ij); fn-m unsealed tarrts .ht
thousand, four hnnlred and .ixiy-eigbt duii.ra
and sixr,.ni.eeents,(S3,4nS 6y,; from Cot iee tors
c t (ill" 50) eieveu doil.rs and fil.y
The amount due Treasurer Wrigley is six I
dred and twenty eight dollars and soveutv-t
eems. (523 73.) . 3
bun.
hrte
ine amount to he rai-ej hr ax'atioa Jurinr lie
year, to meet the deficincy. is seven tho.mnd.
two hundred and thiny ihree dollars and fifteen
cents, to meet the payments or the current year
Ihe apenrjrate balj.no dne the several sctnol
Distnci. by the Treasurer Ve bur.dr.d nd
twelve dollars and 6ty four eenis, tiili 64: lur
which see tabular ttatemVnt
The agi?rex-te balance dot Oi serera' Down,
ships on Koad fnnd by tbe Treasurer is one nun-
T,?, rtmtn17 4o,J,n thirty centa.
Ilo 30; for which see tabular statement -
itness our hands, at Cleardeld, this 20lh day
of January, A. D. l3?0. '
"THELLOS.MEAD
... SAMUEL U. SHAFFNER.
At."n - . SAML'ED II, UINDMAN,
B- "OontAXDEBClerk. Comm!s.ioaers.
Walhe undersigned. Aujitoraof the county of
Clearfield, in be Cmoionweaith ( Pennsyiva-
";..'. n?,0et at h Coutt iloaf ' ""ro
of ClerfiCid, according to law. and having exaiu
liicd tbeseveral aocnuntsand vouchers of William
K. Wiigley. Eq.. Treasurer of said, county, lor
the year A D 109 do report thtt we found ibetn
as above stated
Tbe balance due from bim oa County aeeount
s two thousand seven hundred and fifty-nine dol
lars ai.d f-.rty cine cea s. ;52,7i 49.
He is also indebted to the Road fund in the
m of one hnndred and twenty-five dollars and
thirty cnts.,l25 30) and to the School fund five
hundred and twelve dollars and Sow..-.
. 54); while (he Bounty fund is indebted in
him in the sum f six hundred and tweniy-ciirbt
auliart and seventy-three cents. (528 73 )
iu .rsnmony WLereor w. bar. bereonw set our
bands, this 20th day ,f.I,nury A D 1370
CLARK BROWN.
PRICE A. KOWLE-S,
W'Vri JOHN D. MILLER.
OmdlwMe, Clerk. f0. Auditors.
s
ALT, FLOUR, BRAN and Cit'TP. at wbo4e.,le.
JJPPosite the Jail.) byCKKATZlR
CLOTHINtJ -A large stock of CLOTHING
will be closed out at a sacrifice, at '
jOpposite tbe Jail ) C. KRATZER'S.
OTOVES
Thai tIawhrarsjwl TmnsiJ. 1
Cooks. Kerolvinxr I.itrht anJ t i T
an assortment of Pipe, at C. KRATZKR ji.
Jan.2, 70' J!?! k Jail.
-4F ewaaisi . UN ririUfl afiil
D
RYGOWS-ihe cheapest inth, county.
swssuP'S.at
P
Z.ZfL. G RAUA M'.5 .
VE
iRY FINE blankets
ill be sold ehean
J SHAW t, ;so.v. '
"7
SADDLES, JJrid les. harness, collars 4o.,
aleat MERttEl.L i. BICLER"
for
HORSE-SHOES, and borse-naili, lobe bad s
Aug. 3. MERRELL BIGLEM S.
"VOTICK. All persons Indebted to tbe sobscri.
o. ber. are reijuu:ed lo come and settle with'
out delay. R. MOSSfr
CJALT! SALT!: A ptltne article of grout J a
O nn M,t- rat tp in patent sacs s. for salornea
R. MOSMIc.
G
rVS, Pistori and aword canes to be bad at
f... 'M UVDrr,, ......
C
LOVER, Timothy and Orchard -grass seeds at
SWAIM 8 PANACEA. Kennedy's Medical Du.
covery, Hembold s Buehu. Bake a Cod Live
Oil, Jayne'sand Ayer's Medicines fer sale by
Jaa.lf. HARTSWICK IRWIr,
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