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gasman' gournaU CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 15, 1871. jQ Patross To insure the safe transmission of money by mail, patron should remit by check or money-order, or haTe their letters registered. A receipt will be enclosed in the first paper after the money comes to hand: Penn' B. E. Winter Arrangement. MailTmin leaves tyrone at Arrives at Osceola at : Philipsburg at ' Clearfield at : Mail Triin leaves Clearfield a' : Arrives at Philipsburg at Osceola at : : - Tyrone at : " Lock Haven at 9.3a a m 11.15 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 12.40 p. m. 2.40 p m. 3 4 1 p. ro. 4 CO p. m. 5.35 p. m 12.2ip. m . Accommodation Train. Leaves Clearfield at . : Arrives a Pbilipsbarg at : : Osceola at : : : " Intersection at : : " E.Tyrone at : Deaves East Tyrone at : I ' Arrives at Intersection at Osceola at : : Philipsburg at ; : ' Clearfield at : : : Close connections made at Tyrone East and West on the Maine Line. 7.00 a. M S 00 a. m 10.00 a. ra. 12 50 p. in. 1 13 p. m. 10.60 a m. 1 nrt p. m. 2 00 p. m, 3 40 p.m. 5.50 p. m. with trains Religious. Divine services will be held next Sabbath, in ClearfielJ, as follows: By llev. Hall, in St. Andrew's Episcopal church, at 1 1 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday gohool at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. By llev. Butler.in the Presbyterian church, morning and evening. Sabaath school at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. By llev. J. 11. M'Cord, in the Methodist, church, morning and evening. Sabbath school 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 Sundavs of each month. To p,e HAD the pictorial and weekly lit erary newspapers, and monthly magazines, at the Post office. Also tho Tribune Alma nac, and latest dailies. To he Instituted a new lodge of Odd Fellows, at Troutville, in this county, on Friday next. This order seems to be gain- ins in popularity every day. Wc wih the new lode success. Informed the editor of the Ebensturg Alkffhttnian, that "some of the folks up about Cherry tree want to have the thing nf floating logs dowu the tributaries of the Chest creek stopped." Query : How is it Xo be done ? The "Pilgrims" will be exhibited in the Court House, on February 'S2nd and 23rd. The "Transition Scene" is surpassingly beautiful, and can never be forgotten or ef faced from memory. See extended notice in another column. Organized a Younz Men's Christian -Association, in this place, last week. This is a move in the right direction, and .should receive encouragement from all Christians. The Association will meet in the Lutheran church, for the present. - Dental. The aJvertisen ent of Dr. A. M. Hills, will be found under the appropri ate heading. The Doctor is now "going it alone," and will be pleased to sec his cus tomers at all times. His rooms are well .fit- ' ted up, comfortable and convenient. 'New sets ot teeth -put u-p at reduced jcices. AU are solicited to give him a call. HoLUS Good the ground ling tlieorj-, -thus far, this3"car. The weather has been .the coldest of the season since the 2d, the .mercury indicating 12 degrees below zero on the morning ot theCth. More or less snow h:is,also,fallen nearly every day since the last named date. The roads continue iu excel lent condition for hauling timber. Y. M. C. A. The members of the Young Men's Christian Association, of Clearfield, are requested to meet in the Lutheran Church, on Monday, February 20th, at 7.30 1". M., for the purpose of electing officers fur the ensuing year. Jiy order of the Com mittee. T. H. Murray, Feb. 15. Chairman. New Train. ft gives us pleasure to an- n.iuiice, that a complete new train-engine, J tend-r. and coaches Las been p-it on the I leaitieM and J y rone tranc-li road The gentlemanly and clever conductor, Mr. Ir win, is deserving of this compliment ; and the Company have the thanks of the trav elinc public for this renewed manifestation 't' their desire to render passengers as cotn f"rtable as possible. Jinx. G. W. SroFiEi.n. On our first paire, to-day, will be found ihe remarks of Hon. G. W. Seofield. on the Amnesty bt. T lie subject under dissuseion is one of gen eral interest. As many persons misanpre f.end the tenure of the bill, wc trust that all nill read the remarks of Mr. Seofield, ia -whi-1: he presents the whole eubjact very c uieisvly, but in such a clear manner lhat a'.l can readily comprehend it. A Vai.iable Recipe. The lonir ceie h rated "white Diamond Cement" is eoiu p'e.l of liussia Isinglass X ounces, soft watrr I pint, White Carbonate of Lead, 2 ounce, and Absolute Alcohol 5 fluid oun . This forms the strongest known ce ment, and is used by jewelers in setting dia niotids, which gives it its name. For ce liienting glass, porcelain, wood, iron, oraiiV other solid material, it is very useful, and a- it will keep good for years, will save many times its cost in any family. The ingredi-nt- for making this useful article may be had at aay drug store. f. S. P. Shaw's new office and Dental rooms, in the new Masonic building, on See on 1 Street, are models of neatness and ele gauc?, and second to none in this section of tlie State. In furnishing his rooms, the Doctor has spared no pains, nor expense, to reodcr them elegant, comfortable, and use ful. The furniture is of the best, and of the nuM. Improved kind. His instruments and materials are all new and selected with a view to the comfort and usefulness of his put ,-ons ; and there is no doubt, with his knowledge of the us3 of these articles, they W'U be made to subserve a public benefit. Dr. Shaw exhibits a spirit ot entcrprise.aud gives evidence of a desire to please Lis pat f ti, that leaves little doubt of his efforts b-.'iiijj fully appreciated by those needing his services. A visit to his rooms will at once r"uvince all of the truth of what is here JT?.:n.tcd. For a good cigar, go to R. JI. Shaw's to bacco store. Da. Friderick Plato, formerly of Sy racuse, N. Y., desires its to inform the peo ple of Clearfield and vicinity that he has lo cated among them permanently, and is ready to answer all professional calls, cither by night or day. For the present, and until the completion of hie office building, he may be found at the Leonard House. Change of Firm. By refercace to our advertising columns it will be seen that Messrs. J. B. Graham & Sods have sold their entire stock of goods, to Messrs. Mil ler & Powell. The new proprietors are ac tive and eherfcetrs business men, well known in this community, and hence need no spec ial commendation from us. They solicit a share of patronage, and will do their utmost to please all who may favor them with their custom. Give them a call. Notice. Dr. A. C. Jackson will visit the following named places: Philipsburg, Lloyd's Hotel, Friday, Feb ruary 17th. Osceola, Exchange Hotel, Saturday and Sunday, February 18th and 19th. It is not necessary toay much in regarl to the Doctor, as his reputation in three of the principal States New York, Pennsyl vania and Ohio places Lira in the front rank among the medical profession. He has had great success in the treatment of all kinds of disease, and all who are afflicted should avail t hem-elves of a consultation with hint. Conpultations free. Geo. R. CooLEr, Agt. for Dr. Jackson. . Bound to close out my winter stock at a price that will induce purchasers. Best Beaver Coatings, worth $5, at $3.50. BestChinchella Beaver, worth $5, at $3,50. Good Chinehella Beaver, worth $3,at$2.25. Splendid frosted Beaver, worth$3, at $2,00. Twilled Flannels at 37 and 40 cents. Water-proof at greatly reduced prices, . Dress Goads, at greatly reduced prices. Shawls, at greatly reduced prices. Blankets, at greatly reduced prices. Hats and Caps, at greatly reduced price.0. Shoes, at greatly reduced prices. Carpet, at greatly reduced price?. Hoods Nubias, Hosiery, Gloves. Fancy Goods, of all description, are going very rapidly, at the prices now oifered. Call and see, and if the above is not correct, we will not ask you to buy, Wm. Ueed, Clearfield, Pa. To the Trade. I desire to call the at tciition of the trade to my stock of lake fish having, for the past thirteen years, made this branch of business a spccwlity. My stock, at this time, is the largest ever held in this city. I am prepared to furnish deal ers, promptly, by the dray or car load, and have made atrancemcnts for shipping by tint car load, at special rates, from Detroit, Sandusky, Huron, Vermillion or Cleveland, and also from Pittsburgh, to any poiota in Pennsylvania or Ohio, as shippers may wish. I would also call the attention of dea lers to my extensive assortment and stock of corn brooms, broom corn, end broom mate rials, all ot which I can supply at very low ratti James Conner, Wholesale Grocer, No. 355 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh. Feb. 8, 5t. The PiLoaiM. This name has been giv en to a moral and religious Exhibition, founded upon Pilgrim's Progress. It consists ef a pleasing display, under various colored Jig-hts. and with modern .-'.-ente effects, of 54 paintings, which in size arc the largest, and iu representation the best specimens of Art now before the pub'ie. They are till original and by te most celebrated artists. In no .part of l hs wofid is their equal to be seen. The exhibition of Painting is accom panied by asuitnble and impressive Lecture, interspersed with appropriate songs and music, and closes with agpin of scenic art a beautiful and allegorical representation of Djath and Heaven. After some 25 or 30 exhibitions of the ilsrim in Boston, an aTlrelc appeared in th(j Uotttn jonrtl(1ft by its art and dramatic critic, from which we select the following : The Pilgrim is one of the most brilli.intjy successful Exhibitions eveT brought forward in Boston. It is drawing larjre houses at the most capacious hall (Tremont Temple) in this city, and frequently hundreds arc turned away from the doors, unable to gam admission. The immense success is well merited, for the Painting are not only ex-c-'edinely beautiful, buithe Lecture by Pro . I?;iiu is earnest and eloquent, while the mu sic (vocal and instrumental )is of itself worth the price of admission. The whole enter tainment is instructive, and morally benefi cial. The "Pilgrim" will be exhibited at -the Court Hoh.su, in Clearfield, cm Wednesday and Thursday evenings, February 22d and 23d. Admission 35 cents ; Children 25 cts. Reserved seats, 50 cents. MrsiCAL. Among the thousand and one Pianos offered to the public, we scarcely know any instrument so fully uniting all the desirable qualiiies sought for as the Kr.abc Piano. It is a matter of some difficulty and perplexity to iucxperieneed persons to select a good instrument of any capacity. We too often rely upon the judgment of friends in the selection of a piano, anw are thus fre quently disappointed. The only ture way, in our opinion, is to gJ to the test maker. For this reason, we reco.uiuend to our read ers to purehese Pianos ot William Knabe & Co's manufacture. This will relieve them the vexatious necessity of wasting time in a lor g search. The reputation of ths Knabe Piinos is an infallible guaranty of excellence. In the houses of the most accomplished and wealf hr of our citizens, and in our best sem inaries and colleges, these magnificent in struments may be found. Nor is this any wonder, for in purity, depth and constancy of tone, they are unsurpassed. Their gra dation of scale ia so exquisitely, and, at the same time, comprehensively attuned, that they are capable of expressing every emo tion of the human hettrt and soal. Their tone.is exquisitely pure and unique, and so even, sweet and sympathetic that it inspires all who listen to it, while at the same time the action is perfectly free, and the keys re sound to the touch with such sensitiveness and intelligence, so to sp'-ak, as to make one almost think that the miidf:the tnanufac urer linger 1 1 his work. "?: Mr. Wm. Westover advertises some logs lodged on his premises. RELioiocs.-TheRt. Rev. J. B. Kcrfoot, R:oi. p i:,.ot...-, i, .- c Andrews Church, ClearSeld, ou Fridaff Feb. 24th, at 7 o'clock, P. M. DIED : On Tuesday, January 24th, 1S61, Sam CEL Willis, son of George L. and Eltnira Way, of Curwensville, aged 3 months. 'ills sleep is most sweet, thank God, iu our n-guis-h . We often cry. That through fearful days, no more he will lan guish. No iriore will die. We know of a spot, shaded by willows, We lore it well ; There rest, dearest Willis, Its waiving branches forever, Oar love shall tell." CLOSING l'KICEd OF DeHAVEN 4 ERO., 40 South Third Street. Philadelphia. 3 o'clock P. M. February 4, IS71. u. b. R'a ot itwi, U. S. 6 a of ISH2, V S. 6'sof 1864, U. S. 6's of 18j, U. S. 6'sof 1SIH, new, V. S. s cf lSr. new, V. S. 8"s of 188, V. S. 6"s, 10-40's. U. S. 30 yr 6 per cent Cy.f Dae Compound Interest Notes, Gold, Silver, Union Paci6c R. R. 1st SI. Bonds, Central Pacific) It. K.. Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds, 1131 HSJ 110 110J 109 1 j 10'jJ 1091 103 10K1 109 10 109i 109J 103 10ft 112 1121 19 111 112 112 115 820 830 950 tA0 720 730 HUMPHREY'S CELEBRATED COAL, Free irom all imparities, again in the mar ket. Orders left at the stores of Jas. B. G rabam A Son's, or Richard filossop s will receive prompt attention. Nov. 30, '70 3in. TRICK FOR SALE. The undersigned has manufactured and has now on hrtnd for sale 156.000 BRICK, which he will dispo.-o of on reasonable terms, in large or small quantities, toauit purchasers. J. A. Tt'KfK. Luthersborg, September 14, 1870 6m. f AUTIOX. AH persons are cautioned against huyiog or meddling in any way with the following personal property, now in the possession of Kaniel Kooier. ot Lawrence town ship, via: Two horses and harness, ten bead of cattle, twelve sheep, one wagon, one sled, two stoves, and three beds, as the sumo belongs to us. Feb. 8. '71 -36. J. K. A F C. WR1ULET. T ESTAUR ANT. -The well-known "GoikI ? man Saloon," one square east of the '.Nagle House," on Front St., Marietta. Pa., has been leased by the undersigned, whero he will keep a firft-clais RESTAURANT AND CAFE." Rattmrn will find it a convenient place to get re frchruents wheu in Marietta. The most f"sti'J ious at all times natisSed. G. W. HECK.ROT11E. Marietta, Feb 2,'71-3mp. XEW Flit Ml The firm of C. Kratier in the Dry Goods and Provision business will be known hereafter tinder the name of KRATZER k LYTLE. Thanking the public for past favors they hope for a continuance of the same. Clearfield, Feb. 8, 1b71. AJEW GOOLXS! FISH A XI) SAL T. JAMES CONNOR, WHOLESALE GROCER, So. 3ii Libektv Street, Pittsburgh, Pes. LAKE FISH 7.820 halt barrels Luke Herring, 5.2IS quarter barrels do , 1 0S0 half barrels No. 1 White Fish, 300 hall bjrreU No 1 Pickerel. For sale by James Connor, Wholesale Grocer, No. 355 Liberty Street. Pitt.-burKh. ; BKO'.)I.S 950 doken Brooms, assorted in store and forsiile by Jas CuSkor, Wholesale Grocer, No. 35S Liberty street. Feb. 8. '7 1 -at. THE (JliK T PRESERVER OF HEALTH! Perforated BUCKSKIN UXDKUUARMEXTS, For Ladies and Gentlemen. A sure cure for liheumatism. A preventive of Colds. For sale Ly C. KRATZER & SONS, Dee 21 . Uiearhelu. l a. 3m. TN TflK COURT of Common A Clearfield County, Pa. : 1 ;eas Of Jhmiw Pattkbscn, Ke.47 March Term, 1870. Pnmntic Att'ichnient. J.me Witsox and Thomas Smith, 1 Garnishee J The nndcriigned Trutee, appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of Clearlield County, ac eordinir to Act of Aspemhly, hereby sfive notice tht th" nppointTUl KM)At. toe I 1 tl DAY O"" M ARCH. A. D.. 1-71. at Clenrliol.l Rora ugh. to receive the proof of the several credit ors of tne ubwve ne.niot Jamc u usoo, ana to uc termino upon the same, and hereby rt quire all persons holding any fhiii of money or other property due the Jaid James Wilson, to deliver the same to trie Trustees. Jl ENRY SW AX. D. W. M'f Ulil'Y, T. II MI KRAY. Feb 2. '71. Trustees. Triennial Assessiiinit Appeals. NOTICE is hereby pivan that theCoorii Com missioners of Clearfield County, will meet the tax payers at the fallowing named places, tor tho purpose ot hearing and determining appeuls on the Triennial Assessment of 1871. The hours of heur'n.g will be. at each place, between 9 o'clocK, A M .aud 4 clock, P. M. Decatur, t Centre School Itouse.on Wednesday February lilb. Osceola, at the puMie house of Milo Hoyt, on Thursday. February 16. Hogg, at the public house of Ed. Albert, on Friday. February 17th. Bradford, at the School Houe near Suniuol Col der s on Saturday. February 1th. Woodward, at the house of Thomas Henderson, on Tuesday, February 21st. Guelich. at the publio School llouao in Janes ville, on Wednesday. February 2Jd Reccaria, at the public hou;e of Wm. Riddle.in Glen Hope, on'f huriday February 2:id. Jordan at tho publio School House iu Anson villo tn Friday, February 2tth. Chest, at the public School Home near Wagner's, on S-aturday, lebruary 2ith New Washington, at the public house of Thos. Mehaffcy . on Monday, February 27lh. liurijpide. at Young's School House. on Tuesday, February 2Sth. Roll, at the Election House, on Wednesday, March 1st. Lumber City, at the publio School House, on Thursday March 2d. Ferguson, at the Election lloUJe. on Friday, March 3d. Knox, at the Turkey Hill School House ,on Sat urday. March 4th. Huston, at the public house of Geo. E. Robeck er. rn Monday, March 6th. Union, at thes ore hoise of D. P. Rrubak.-r, on Tuesday, March 7th. Brady, at the public house of Wra. Scbwemm, on Wednesday, March 8tb. lilot'm. at the house of A. S. Uolden,on Thurs day, March .h Penn. at the public housa of Flynn A Lemon, on Friday, .March 10th Curwensville and Pike, at the Election House in Curwensviil,on Saturday, March 11th Clearfield and Lawrence, at the Commissioners' Office, on Tuesday, March 14ih. Notice U therefore hereby given to the Asses sors of the several borougos and townships, that they be present with the Board, in their respec tive districts, as .well as all persons who may feel themselves aggrieved. A general appeal will be he'd at tba Commissioners' Office.on the Uth, 16th ana 17th days of March, after which no appeals will be hcll. The Assessor is required to pive each taxable a noticed the amount with which he is assessed, at least fire days before the day of Appeal. S. H. SHAfFXER, S II. UINDMAN. 0AVID BUCK; Commissioners. Comm'ks OrrirB, J Clearfield, Pa. ) Jan.SS.71. RECEIPTS AXD EXPENDITURES LEVER FLEGAL, Esq , Treasurer of the County of Clearfield, in the lommonwealtn ot reBn sylvania. in account with funds of said County from the 3rd dav cf January, A. V. , I87f, te the 20th day of January. A. D.,1871 DEBTOR. To balance due county last settlement, 52,759 49 To amount due from collectors last set tlement, County, To amount due from collectors last set tlement. State, To uni t due from unseated lands. To aui't asa'd on unseated lands for '70, To am t ass'don seated lands lor '70. eo. To ain't ass'd on unse'd lands for '7U. St. To ain't due from ;ol'r returns for 'TO, To additional in Beccaria, Bell, Huston and Knox. 2.074 97 72 81 15.244 43 8,512 41 20.712 IS 1.257 tO 103 82 42 71 To am t of Prison bonds issued, via : For purchase of lot, StMOU 00 For erection of prison, 10,000 00 16.400 AO To fines and costs on Coulters. 138 0 To cash from Sheriff Howe, for Bennett. 30 00 Tocash from Satn'l Arnold, for Bennett, 140 00 To cash from old furnaces. To cash from old Pavement, To cash from old county maps. To cash from rent of prison lot, 9 24 23 CO 13 00 10 00 Redemption ol lands, vis: To redemption on Walburn house and lot, Btady, S2 55 To redemption on M'Phenon, !0 acres. Chest, 3 94 To redemption on King, 115 acres, Burnside. 13 75 To redemption onGelnett,20acs. Brady, -1 IS To redemption Osceola Coal Co., Decatur, 90 00 To redemption on Kremer, 740 acres, lirady. 25 90 To redemption on 'o. 1997, 6 acres, Brady. 10 30 To redemption on Beyers, 100 a- cres, Beccaria, 54 30 To redemption oa Trude, 100 a- cres. Pike, 2 80 To redemption on Smeal, 100 a- cres, Bradford, 50 To redemption on Brady, 108 a cres, Lawrence, 1 46 To redemption on Morgan,60 ae3, Decatur, 6 75 To redemption on Martin,100 ao, Jordan, 23 25 253 67 To am't reoeived as jury fees, So 00 Toam'tof fines collected. 105 00 To Coni'lth oosts refunded, 5 00 399 67 Total, $87,992 43 rnEDTon. By assessors wages fo- 1.170, By assessors wages for 1871. By assessors assistants fur IH71, By assessments ne. for 1870, By Agricultural Society, By Auditors and clerk, By Lunatic Asylum. By Attorney's fees, vis : 11. B. Swoope, fM 00 John II Orvis, 100 00 J, B. M'Esally 10) U0 T. J. M'Cullough. 125 00 W. M. M'Cullouga, 50 00 T. U Murray, 5 00 lireal Test, 5 00 By District Attorney. By Att'y for Commissioners, Wallace, By bridges. By court crier. By court reporter. By constables returns, By Coroners fees. By census septiennial expenses, S7T 23 722 75 2d7 00 157 25 100 :'0 ICa 00 180 9 6S3 00 233 50 150 00 123 76 80 50 140 00 335 10 S2 63 429 09 By Commissioner s Office, vix: OthelloSmead. $230 10 39 00 342 50 97 50 Samuel II haffr.cr. Samuel II Hindman, David Buck. By Clerk, tl. B. Goolander, By Court House, vix ; Kepairs, Fuel. Painting. Pavement, (new), Furnaces, Matting, Chairs, 1 039 00 1,000 00 $1,298 56 219 9i 1.002 35 676 40 30 45 2t)0 00 99 00 3,785 63 ROAD FUND FOR 1870. LEVER FLEGAL: Esq., Traarurer of Clearfield county, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in account with the funds of the MVeral townships in said county fr A D. 1370. DEBTOR. To uncol'd bal. due tp'a last settl't. $l,9o6 60 125 30 To c:sU bal. in Tr's hand Inst seti'.'t. To ne. am't of tax assessed for 1870, 8.857 80 To'add'I in Eccearia. Bell. Huston & Knox, 47 26 To am't overpaid in Decatur 4 Penn, 10 14 ' Total.' $2,007"lb STATEMENT OF ROAD VXTKD lit DETAIL. , To bal due To amount towsiips. January ; assessed : i50t Trea's on uns'd orders re uncollect-. Treas 'rs 1870. : for 1870. " per cent : Lands. : deemed, -j ed. j: hands Beccaria, $547 76 $2?I 41 $364 07 16 43 : 77 56 422 08 $316 37 I $31 "57 Bell. 857 33 431 31 I Wo 49 ; 25 73 : 6 12 793 00 f 439 11 ' 32 53 Bloom, 273 63 : 123 87 400 55 ;: 8 21 : 5 65 214 00 I: 126 87 45 82 Bog. 258 04 ;: 142 59 :: 400 63 .: 7 74 16 43 20 32 ii 142 59 27 50 Bradford, Stl 12 : 108 23 324 35 : 6 48 11 58 : 163 92 11 108 23 34 14 Brad v.. 951 51 r 450 72 : 1402 26 : 23 55 ; 42 50 8t)0 en ' 450 72 88 49 Burnsite, 318 ?') 159 15 477 45 I 9 55 .: 7 66 I: 159 15 121 09 Chest, 745 02 : 342 75 :; 1037 77 22 3a l- 49 75 595 CO Ii 342 75 ::- 577 92 Covington, : 610 32 305 99 9H 31 18 31 i 2 6o .. 460 00 1: 305 99 K 129 35 Decatur, 721 92 312 34 1067 25 : 21 75 I 125 82 l 538 00 II ' 342 34 Ferguson, 104 54 ; 44 29 i 43 83 3 13 j 15 2') : 7 48 !; 44 29 10 47 Girard, 727 30 i 355 81 1084 II ;; 21 61 1.5 42 . 403 IS 5 356 81 287 C.oshcn. 733 26 382 30 llt'.S 53 23 50 13 91 :. 355 00 t 3-42 30 :; 390 85 Crabam. :: 613 54 226 10 ; 739 61 15 i 00 00 352 45 H 225 10 : $3 69 Guelich, 34 42 .: 192 21 : 676 63 II 53 32!l 0 : 192 21 '' 52 S9 Huston, 4u9U 90 '. 2ti7 08 6132 92 122 77 . 32 43 :! 2092 02 : 335 65 Jordan, 13;) 04 ' 69 94 ! 199 93 3 90 ! 12 54 81 00 i: 69 94 ; 32 60 Karthaus, 4 82 269 31 753 13 : 14 51 13 44 . 35s f! H 2;? 31 97 26 Knox. 519 3. : 279 70 : 8!)0 1.3 15 53 35 CO : 4.! 4 12 H 2l 3'l 4 68 Mwrer.ee, 832 81 425 89 : 12S9 75 25 8'J 7 44 : 7H;I 9.4 426 63 39 57 Morris, 3 : 615 10 1405 02 22 41 5 24 3-.0 f(l 645 10 : 352 27 Penn, 3:1 53 240 75 572 31 9 04 5 Pi) 313 8 i: 240 75 : Pixe, 3i'5 60 : 156 77 :. 452 .1? : 9 17 20 16 ' 42 76 I 156 77 '! 233 SI Union, 63J 60 351 10 1040 7u 20 69 .: 470 00 1 357 10 : 193 91 Woodward, ! 902 03 ; 436 II :: 1233 19 : 27 00 :i 131 94 . 712 36 I 435 II ; 3J i2 Total. ;; 179W 60 : 8357 80 : 25995 95 512 19 t'73 77 1293 65 ' 8905 00 ; 2932 43 SCHOOL FUND FOJl IS70. LEVER FLF.GAL. E?q., Treasurer of ClearSeld account wttn tne iuitua ut iuu several ccuuui rtRBTOR. To cash bal. in Treas bunds, Jan. '70, $512 54 To uncollected bal. lost settlement, 24.202 22 To am't ass'd on unseated lends for '70. 11.607 77 Toadd'l in Beccaria, Bell, Huston & Knox, 63 05 To am't overpaid in Boggs A Woodward, 192 35 Total, $36,577 93 STATEMENT OF SCHOOL, FIJNO IN DETAIL-. To ba: due To amount ,.... : B7 Byexri! By Cmh .. , January assessed Tl"'t " U. f. paid Dist .l' B .Ca5 : 1870. : for 1870. :- mouut ; percent Lands. : Treasury. unc1"c d 00 $1005 31 : $466 25 $1512 35 ! $30 16 . $70 36 $iil 12 $559 42 $20 29 1114 58 ; 646 96 : 1771 63 33 43 7 94 10u0 00 - 646 96 83 35 347 12 i 164 93 612 05 : 10 31 : 7 35 291 61 : 164 93 37 85 757 50 : 370 it, : 1135 51 ; 22 73 i 42 81 : 699 2! 37 73 '- 433 60 i 14 81 :. 623 41 13 00 : 15 43 i 300 17 : 194 81 : 105 00 : i4ll 09 ' 450 72 J8l 81 42 33 63 85 1187 30 ! 450 72 : 117 81 644 51 318 30 : 962 81 19 33 550 00 r 318 30 75 13 f 1279 72 342 75 1622 47 33 39 107 22 1000 00 : 342 75 131 II 6?3 61 : 456 93 - 1145 59 : 20 6(J 3 00 : 600 00 : 458 93 63 01 1583 59 : 73 15 2341 74 : 48 75 271 83 : If 05 00 753 15 ! 175 Ul 106 00 83 53 194 5S : 3 18 .8 54 75 00 83 58 :. 9 23 945 43 463 85 :. 1409 33 23 36 2 04 "500 00 ; 463 85 : 397 03 1450 91 498 99 ': 1947 90 ; 43 52 25 59 : 740 00 496 9J 641 80 ! U31 14 339 15 lilO 29 : 35 43 133 00 : 700 00 : 339 15 3" 7 71 653 49 326 79 880 25 : 19 60 . Cut) 00 :. 328 76 33 89 :: 3091 52 2079 06 : 5180 30 97 56 :j 2316 55 : 2'.I83 73 177 41 274 34 . 118 92 ! 393 26 : 8 23 21 32 200 00 :-. 118 92 44 79 1131 96 : 533 62 : 1370 53 24 95 22 50 538 50 i 533 62 ; 246 01 831 55 : 363 SI 1200 56 25 02 52 50 70il OH " 3.6 01 57 03 1298 02 ; 533 61 i 1831 63 i 33 94 13 40 985 62 : 533 61 ' 230 06 i:77 89 873 00 2050 89 :. 35 33 8 13 1082 IS 873 00 -i 52 30 633 80 i 96 30 If 635 10 16 16 8 13 ; 500 00 96 30 14 51 557 85 .; 203 80 . 781 6.5 16 73 ' 37 77 ; 419 59 203 80 83 78 482 72 351 10 i 833 72 H 14 43 : 415 01) 351 09 53 24 t. 2021 46 6S 94 ; 2773 47 :: 60 64 290 2i 1355 65 566 V4 T4W5SH1PS. Beccaria, B-M, Bloom, Bogas. Bradford, Brady, Burnside, Cnest. Covington, Decatur, Ferguon, G irard, Goshen, 4 rahaul, Guelich, Huston, Jcrdan, fTarthaus, Knox, Lawrence, Morris, Penn, Pike. Union. Woodward, Total. 24702 26 11107 77 : 36577 93 UOUNTY FUND F'OIi IS70, DEBTOR. LETER FLEGAL. Esq' , Treasurer of Clearfield County in account with the Bounty Funds of said county for the year A. D. 1870: To bal. due froSn .coil's last settlement. SI. 507 45 To am't due from' uns'd lands for '68-9, 8,463 69 To am't due from roll's returns, III 50 To am't ass'd on seated duplicate for '70, 10.156 50 To am't ass'd on uns'd lands for 1870, 4,256 15 To additional in Beccaria, Bell, Huston and Koex. 22 84 To balance due Treasurer Jan. 1S71. 35 51 Total, $24,558 64 STATEMENT To aggregate am't of bounty bonds issued. $270,333 00 Bv aggregate ain't redeemed to Janua ry 1870. 229.892 10 By aggregate amount redeemed du ring 1870, 14.277 90 By aggregate amount unredeemed January 1371. 36 165 00 270.J35 00 OF CLEARFIELD CO. FOR 1370. By Commonwealth costs, via Com. vs. Anderson, $100 SI 39 10 22 38 17 76 60 50 35 17 8 90 S 4? 76 97 59 93 IU 63 Com. t. Agler, Com. vs Brady, Com. vs. Coulters. Com. vs. Goodlander, Com. va. Henry, Com. va. Hunt. Com. va Jones. Com. vs. Linafelt, Com. vs. McCartney, Com.vs Ross Com. vs. Harder and Rubins. Com. vs. Simpson. Com. vs. Wagoner. Miscellaneous. By election expenses for 1370, 154 75 75 71 9 86 14 05 796 74 878 99 103 59 27 64 160 60 riy inquest tees. By interest on bonds, By janitors wages. By jurors wages, via : Grand, $781 40 Travis, 3,424 94 By boarding jurors in capital eases, By justices fees. By jury commissioners and clerk, By miscellaneous, By count prison, (old;, via : Kepairs, $205 35 Physicians and medicine. 100 do Clothing A washing for prisr's.l 42 x:t Fuel, lo0 57 By county prison, (new), via : Am't paid Architect, 500 00 Am t paid for stune, 1.126 75 n't pd print'g specifications, 32 75 By Penitentiarv. 206 34 124 00 48 09 70 9 46 75 53 25 1.659 50 359 64 By printing via: S. J. Row. G. B. Goodlander, By Prothonotarv's feca. 29 i od 415 00 736 00 352 05 44 90 150 86 239 85 215 00 279 90 By postage and telegrams. By refunds. By removine obstructions ia river, By road damages, By road views. By records, vis : Prothonotary' office. 9t '25 Register an 1 Recorder's office, 40 00 Commissioner's office, 18 vO By Indexing records, registry law expenses, vix : Amount paid registers, 572 00 Am't paid for blanks A print'g 141 00 By stationery. By State road, (Karthaus). By Fox. Wild-cat A Wolf scalps, By am't paid Superintendent of Com mon -chools. as per act of .April, 1667, for incidental expenses of Teachers' Irs'.itute for S70, By ShorlfTti fees lor 1370, By tipstaves, 152 2i SJ 00 716 00 116 17 99 00 133 25 75 50 1.309 40 213 95 By prison lot bonds unred ed, I.jOO OA By prison building bonds " 10,009 00 11.50100 By prison lot bjnJs redeemed, 4 900 00 Hy prison lot coupons redcemo l. 180 03 By am t due fruin unse:.t-d laud for 70. 8.512 41 By an " due Urjosi, Lign.cer A Co.'69, 34 92 By exonerations to coil's on county, 1,313 t'.' fly exonerations to coil's on state. 47 12 By exonerations to individuals, 93 61 By abatement allowed tax payers on co , 825 74 By abatement alio ived tax payers on State 51 24 By State Treusurers receipt, 1,200 0" By am't due from collectors returns, 103 82 By exonerations on unseated lands. 44S 45 By exonerations on lands sold to county. 121 i-S By cost of advertising and deeds to county, 185 97 By overcharge in Burnside duplicate, 130 00 By Trea's per cent, cn 17.540 00 at 5, 877 00 By Trsa's per cent, on $1 1.401 00 at 3. 342 03 By Trea's per cent, on S22.131 46 at 1 J, 330 46 By balance due county by Xreaa Plegal, 12.034 22 Tou'l, - "SG77992"T3 PROBABLE ORDINARY EXPENSES FOR 1871. To estimated erdinary exp's for 71. $25,350 00 To exonerations to coll s A uns'd lands, 1,267 50 To abatement allowed tax payers. 1,020 00 To eollocters and Treas per centage, 820 04 Total, 23 457 50 By am't dae from unseated lands, $3 512 41 By am't due from collectors tettrns, 103 82 By deficiency for 1871, 19 841 27 Total, $13,457 50 r.RKo'iTon. By cash bal. in Treas. hands. Jan. 7 By am't of uncollected taxes. , By county Treasurer's per ceutnge, By exonerations on unseated lands, By Supervisors orders redeemed, Total, , $2.9.12 43 8,905 0 i 512 U . 673 77 12983 gj M007 10 county, in the Commonwealth of Penaylvania, in ijsnicia iu aaiu, coun:y lor A. u 1870. CltKDIToll. By cash bal . in Treas. hands, Jan. ' By am't of uncollected tax. By am't of District Treas. receipts, By exonerations on unseated lands, By county Treasuier'a percentage, Total. 71, S3.190 50 11.713 OS 19.683 4j 1.245 79 745 13 $36,57793 745 13 1245 79 19?33 45 11713 C6 3190 50 CREDITOR. By am't due Treas! last settlement. - $123 73 By am't due from uns'd lands for 1370. 4,2j6 la By am't due from Groom, Lightner A Co, 17 46 l'y abatements allowed individuals. 401 65 By exonerations allowed Coliectois. 570 44 Bv exonerations on land sold to county, 69 07 By Treas. per cent on $9,765 93 at 2 195 32 By Treas. par cent 00 33.030 95 at 5 401 55 By exonerations on unseated lands, 255 57 By exonerations granted to individuals. 594 65 By amount of bonds redeemed. 14.277 9l By amount ef coupons redeemed, C.890 25 Total, tii.S5864 IN DETAIL. To amount of Bonds over due. SI, 900 00 To arn't due July 1371. S 4.765 00 To am't due January 1372. 3 600 00 8.345 00 Total am't redeemable during '71. 10.235 00 Tital am't redeetna'e July '72. 12.900 00 Total am'tredeema'e July '73, 1,500 00 Total am't redeema'e July '7. 1.500 00 15.900 00 Total am't unredeemed Jan 1371.' 26.165 Ot) 'o lnJ RESOCRCES. To am't due from unseated lands, $4,256 1 5 To am't due from collectors returns, 111 50 To bal. due Trees. Jan 1871. 35 51 Tn deficiency to be raised by taxation. 7,856 54 By bonds red'ble during 71.$i0.2HS 09 i'.y interest on unrcd bunds 1.5(19 70 L'y exon and Trees, par cent. 425 00 r2.2i9 79 iliifTo CERTIFICATES. Wa. tba undersigned. Commisionerv of the County of ClearfielJ, in the Commonwealth, f Pennaylvania. having met according to law, and having examined the several accounts and vouch ers of Lever Flegal, Esq .. Treasurer of said coun ty for the year A, D.. 1870, do certify. that we find them as set forth In the foregoing statement We find the amount due the eounty from him to b twelve thousand and thirty-four dollars and twelve cents. (9 2.I.U 12) The amount due from unseated lands for County purposes is eight thou sand, five hundred and twelve dollars and fortj one cents, ($S 612 41). and for boenty purposes four thousand, two hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifteen cents. ($1,256 1 5;. The aggregate amount of County Bonds still unredeemed is twenty-six tboownd, one hundred and sixty-five dollars, (2o',165 00). Ihe amount redeemable durinj the year, ten tLsu'and. two hundred auj fixtv five dn"i,,r rIn -i-.A Au Th Bounty Fund is indebted to the Treasurer in tba sum of thirty-five dollars and Cfiv one cents. (S35 51). We have no outstanding taxes to re port this year. The charge in the mode of col lecting seem, to work admirably iu this pnrtieulef. The money is all in the bands of the Treasurer, where those who have oiaims against the couu'y ean get their cash. The Treasurer is indobted to the road fund in the -urn of two thousand, nine hundred and tbirty-two dollars and torty-three cents. ($2 932 43). and to the school fund in the sum of three thousand, one hundred and ninety dol larsand fifty cents. (?).l9ii 50), for both of which see tabular statements, showing the uriount due each township for road burcosea and Iht'amuunt due the several sehool districts. Witness our bands, at Clearfie'd, this 6th day of February, A.D. 1871. SAMUEL II. SHAFFNER, Attest: B4.MUEL H. HINDMAA. O. B. Goodlander, DAVID BUCK, Clerk. Coinuiis?ienerj. Wc, the undersigned. Auditors of the eounty of Clearfield in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, having met at the Court fiiouse. in the Borough of Cltarfield, according to law. and having exam ined the several accounts and vouchers of Lever Flegal. Esq. Treasuior ol said eounty, for the year A. D. 1370. do report, that we find them as above stated. The balance in his bands due the county. appears to be twelve thousand and thirtv four dollars and twelve etnta, (512 034 12). while the bounty fund is indebiel to him in the sum of thirty-five dollars and fifty -one cents (S35 51) He is indebted to the road fund in the sum of two thousand, nine hundred unl thirty two dollars and forty-three cents. (S2 932 43). and the school fund three thousand, one hundred and mhe'y dollars and fiftj centj, (3.193 50). In testimony whereof. we have hereunto set our hands, at Clearfield, this 6th day of Felruar, A. D. 1871. P. A. K'jWLc'S, Attest: J.D. MILLKK, J. B. Goodlander. D.A.WISE. C'ork. Auditors, Clearfield. Feb. 8. 1871 It. TERMS OF T1IK JOl'KN'AL. The Kaftshas's Joubsai. is published on Wed lesday at $2.00 pet annum in advance. If not uaid at the beginning of the year, $2.50 w ill be charged, and $3,00 if sot paid before the elosc. AdteHtisemehts wij be inserted at 51.53 per square, for three or less insertions Ten lines (or les?) counting a square. For every additional insertion 50 cents will be charged. A deduction will be made to yearly advertisers No subscription taken for a shorter time thar six months, and no paper will be discontinued un tillall arrearages are paid, except at the option o' the publisher. 8. J. ROW. B OOTS BOOTS!'. BOOTS!!! BOOTS!!!! FRENCH KIP. $6 00 5 00 5 00 FRENCH CALF, LIGHT KIP, Sep. 21, IS70. at C. KRATZER'?. Opposite the Jail. A G It E A T O F F E R . Horace Waters, 431 Broftdway. !few York, will di.nose of ONE HL'NDKED PIANOES. ME LODLOX: and ORG tXS of six first class maker.-, inc'.nding Chickerlng & Sons. At extremely low FRICES POR CASH. Dl'RIVQ THIS KOATU, OT will lake from $5 to S25 monthly nmil pAM 4-13-70-ly MFORTED LIQUORS-, atrca as Bit DIES ani HO LT.A XD G.Y5, PURE OLD GRAPE BRAXDIES, PURE OLD CAHIXET WHISKEYS, OLD GRAPH TP7.VE.S. All the above brands warr.iiitej pure and to excel anything in this market for medicinal pur poses GEO. N. UOLBURN, March 30.'70-tf.J Prop r of Shaw House. rpiIE WONDEttFUL LINIMENT. This Liniment havin? !on us J, fur some yeais past as a fami'y medicine hy the pr4- of hi '.eighbors, has. at their suggestion, con- wntea t mmntacture it lor the benrut ot the af flicted everywhere. It is the best remedy fcr Catarrh and Uiiiious Cholic. ever oHered to the public; and will cure incny other Jiea?es in the human body. It is also a sure cure for Pole evil and Wind-gails in horses Directions for its use acenmuunv each bottle. Prim. Fl ner hnttl a, six bottle! for $5. Sent to any address by eucloS- ing the price to WM U WAGONER. Hurd Postoffice, Oct. 6. 1869. Clearrteld courty. Pa. Co-Partaeiship iu Store. C. A. Rorobaugh having associated with him in the Mercantile fcudiuess, in Iwisville. Clear field county. Mr. C R McCrticken. solicits a con tinuance of the patronage to generously extended heretofore Having just returned from the eas'crn cities their stbeit embiaces a large and varied assort ment of Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware. Queens ware, and in fact nearly evcrjib1n2 usu ally kept in a country store, which they will aclt at prices to suit the times. Country produco taken in exchange fir good C. A. ROROB.U Gtl. May 13, '70. tf. C R. M CRAOKEN M'PIIERSOiV'S (formerly M'Uaugbcy'i.) Restaurant ami Ice Cream Saloon, 15 LEAVT'S NEW BUILDING. Second St., Clearfield, Pa. Censtantly kept on hand a fine selection of Candies, Cigars, Tobtcco, Nttts. ii. Also Fresh Oysters, received daily, and served up in any style, to suit the taste of customers. A full stok of goods jut received from tlie East. Biiliard Saloon in Second Story. Pec 14-70 W. R M PHERSOX. NEW TIN SHOP! Fred Sackett, Manufacturer of TlX, COPPER andShEET IROX 1TARE (nearly opposite the jail), MARKET STREET, CLEA3HKLD, PA. Also, on hand arid for sale -The Times" Cook Stove, the best in the world. And an tarottment of PARLOR aid SITTIXtf ROOM iS'lOVES, which will be cold cbeaeer than they can be purchased at a-y other establishment in the eeu&'y. ALSO, ROOFIXG, SPOVtfXQ and JOB WORK done oa seasonable terras. April . 1870; ' ' pD. PERKS A'e'f flour, the best in market, for i J!i sale bv J. SUAW A SON. R O SAD A L I S rpHE REAT AMERICA HEALTH L RESTORER, purifies the blood and cuiesScrofola.Syphilia.Skin Di.B-3 Kbee matism. Diseases of woffled and all Chron ic Affections of the Blood, Liver and Kid neys. Recommended by the medical Fac ulty and many lhousanda ef eur best eUi a tens. -. Read the testimony of PbysfctSrS and pa tients who have use'd Rosadali;; nd for our Rosadalis Guide to Health Book, or Al manac for this year, which we prblish or gratuitous distribution; it will g.ve you much valuable information O Dr. R. W. tJarr. of Baltimore. says : I take pleasure in recommerding your Rosadulia as a veiy powerful alterative. I have seen it used in two cafes with happy results one in a case of secondary aJlkiiia iu whlfh the patieut pronounced hiaiMiif cured after having taken five bottles of your medieine The other ia a ca-e of scrof ula of long itairding. which ia rnpidlv im proving under its ax and the indications A D are that the patient will soon recover. I have carefully examined the fnrtKtla l-v which your Rosadalis Is made, arid Bod it an excellent compound of alterative ingre dients Ir. SDaks. of Xicholasvitle. Kv.. savs be A Lasuped Kosadalis in caes of Scrofula ar.d Secondary Syphilis with satisfactory resul's as a cleaner of the Blo?d I know no bet- Iter remedy. Samuel G. McFadden, Murfreesbore'. Teno , says : I have used aetra bottles of Rosadali and am entirely cured of Rheumatism : send iue four bottles, as I wish it for my brother, I who has scrofulous sore eyes, keujamln liechtol. of Lima. Ohio, writes, Ihave aufiered for twenty years with an in veterate eruption over my whole body ; a , short time since I purohased a bott.e cf llu radali.i and it effected a perfect cure Labratory, 61 Exchange Place.lialtiUiore. S CLEMENTS, A CO , Froprialors. Rosadalis is eld by Hartswick A Irwin and A. I. Shaw, Clearfield, D. K. Good, Osceola, and by Prnrtrist' renerally. f April (l.'70-lv BIGLKIJa YOUNG & CO., (Sueeeisorr to Boyrtton 4- Young-,. Cor. Fourth and. Pine Streets, CLEARFIELD, PA., jiascricrttREfta or STEAM ENGINES, Mulay and Circular 8aw Mills, HEAD BLOCKS, WATER WHEELS. efiAFTlNG. PL'If EtS. BOLTS, ami all kitula of Mill work. STANLEY PARLOR STOVES, COOK STOVES, Heating Stoves, Sled Shoes, Plowa, and eastings of all kinds. DEALfcRS 15 Gifarda' Injector, Bteam Gauges, Steam Whlrtle Oilers, Tallow Cups, Oil Cops. Oauge febke, Air Cocks. Glebe Valves, Cheek Velvet. Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam Pumps, Boiler Feed-Pumps, Ahti-frietien Metals. Soap Stone Paikiag, Sam Tacking, te.. fto., December U. lS70-tf A Great Medical Discovery ! Da. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS! Hundreds of thousands bear testimony to their Wonuerful Curative LfiecU. W II A T A It E T II E Y ? THEY ARE XOT A VILE F A X C Y D R INK, Made of Poor Rdm. Whiskey. Proof Spirits, and llefuse Liquor, doctored .- cpiced and sweetened to please the tste.cailed "Tuuics," Appetisers.' ' -Restorers ' 4o .that lea 1 the tippler on to drunk enness and ruin, but are a true Vodiaitie made from the Native Roots and Herlrj of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimuianu. They are the 'vreat Dlood Purifier and a Lite Uiving Priuciple a perfect Renovator and luvigoratorof the Sytteoi carrying off all poisono'is matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition No person ean taks these I'i tfi! accor(!:n U- dlrectiou and re main long unwell, ptotiucd the 1 nes ate not de stroyed by minora! poison or other means and the vital organ watted beyond the point of repair. 'yr Irff-.-mrnatbri and iJkrouie. WiSHmiti ni'ul Gout. Dtfifpta or 1 (if.tioa.. Billion A'c imtlfitt aH Jnt.-rntiuritt t'rrrrj. I)ieaei of thu Blood. Livrr. Kidttrti and BlwlJ'r, lime tlillert Atrrr brt: most xitcer.x fil . Such diseases are caus ed by vitiated blood, which is generally piodued by derangement of the digestive urgaus. Dvspi Ma or Iudigrftlon he idDohe. pain In the shoulders, coughs tightnefsof the cbesi, dizziness, so or eructariobs cT the i'oni-.ih. bud taite in the mouth, billious attacks, palpitation of the heart, it flanematioo of the lungs, pain in the regions of tho Kidneys and a hundred other painlul symp toms, are ihc uff -prills of Dyspepsia. They invigorate the ttomach and stimulate the torpid liver and bowels wh'r?h render them of unequalled emcacy in cleansing tho blood of all to unties. and imj artirg new life anl vljor to ihe whole rvsleru. Bilious, KbuiUtcht and Ir.trruilttsnt Fevers, which are so prevalent in Ihe valleys of our great rivers throughout the Ignited States, eipecially those of the Mississippi, Missouri. Illinois, Ten tarssee, Alebama. Savannah. Roanoke. James and many others with their vast tributaries, during the Summer and Autumn, and reinarkabl" so du ring sra ns of uuutual bett and dryness, aro in variably accompanied by e.vt ensive derangemeuta f Ihe tomacb and liver, and other abdomieet vi-cera. There hra slw'iys more or less obstruo. tioiis of the liver. 1 weaknea and ir.itable state of tr.e stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being clogged up with vitiated accumulations la their treatment, a ;rrgativo.exerti&g a powerful ii fiuence upon the various orguos,u exeotially necessary There is no calhartie fur the purpose equal to Dr. J Viiiker'a Vinegar letters, as they speedily rcmovCjtlie A:-jk oolfu-ed viscid matter with which th .onwels are loaded, at the saete time ftimulat' the secretions of the liver, ainl generally real, riug tho hca'tby fucotions f II-a digestive Qrgans. The universal popular j of this valnahie remedy in regions subject to mias matic influences, is su&cicnt evidenoe of iu pow er as a remedy in such cases. For skin diseases, eruptions, totter, salt rheum, t'lotzhes, Fpots. piropie". pustules, boils, carbun cles, ring-worms, scald-head .sore eyea.eryaipelas. i'ch, scarf, disculorations of the skin, bumure and diseases of the f-kin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the sys tem in a short time by the use of these Biter in bottle in euch cases will conviaee the most incred ulous of their curative effect. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wherever you find Its impurities bursting through the skin in pitfc f les. eruptions er sores: clean- it wheu v find it obstructed and sluggish iu the vciua ; oTeoe it when it is foul, and your Ceeiixg-e will tell you when. Keep the bloud ptjte anj lae health of the system will follow Pin, Tape end: otker- vVorlIs.arin ia the sys tem of so man v thousands, are rtTeetunlly destroy ed and removed Kor full direction, read eare felly the circular arjand each bottle, printed in four laosuagjee Kngtifh. Uerman, French and SPJ.8WALKER. Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD A C., DrogiC's's and lien. Agents. San Francisco, Cal" and 31 end M Commerce Street. New York. SOLD BY ALL DRl'tltilST.' A-Nl DEALERS. fieeember T, 1870-ty. CEEXSW ARC Tea sets. best stime-ware. 4t pieees t SI at MOSSoP S. s WEET POTATOES -at C. KRATZER'?, Oppslie the jail. T ADIES' SHOES Kid. Turkey Moroeeu. an- I 1 lioat Fialroorals. Cstf and '..oat boet. ata. ! assor'meot Children' Shae t i Q KRAIZER'S, Opp. the Ja:.'