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6f, or Id any way cantro. an.T oilier rnllrnmd or
eaiial oorptirutitw onoitg or having uudr it cub-
tr. a f artillal or ouraputuig hue, nor wan an.T
oUoarof tab t4 Hi a J or o..iu.l oorpwativn not
u otliuvr of any oihrr ul.ir railio. or cairn I
drnoratmn owning or bvinu the control of a ir-
ftlUI or oonipt-liuM lint, and tha queilion wbi thur
railrofcdi or cmokI aie araHvl or oi'topcling Huo
thai., wbra dtmandvd bjr tua party oomplaintttut,
b decided by a juyi aa In other oivil inuri.
Bko. ft. No ioooruurato4 company doing tbo
baiineit of ft oomnoa earner ibfl, direotly or la
dirootly. prowoalo or eoitSM la mlnln or didu
fact tiring article, for train porUt. on ovor iti world,
Bar ib all inob company, a 1 recti? or indirectly,
nffajrc in any olnor baiiaeti than tbitt of eommoa
anra, or nohl or aoqutra luui, rrocaoia or ionie
huld. diraatW or indirect.?, cioent tuch m hull
k nacciaary for carrying on in biutoeo; but
any mi mug or manufacturing company way carry
the products of Iti mines snl nianufwotorios on
tts railroad or cannl not exotouiiiit fifty unlet In
tiec. 0. IV o president, director, officer, agent, or
employe of any railroad or canal oo tun hit nun
bs intereitod, directly or indirectly, in tun furnih
in of malarial or supplies to such company, or In
the buiinew of traciportation as a common carrier
or freight or paspougcrs ovor toe works owned,
leased, controlled or worked by such oompany.
Bxc. 7. No d incrimination in charpoi or fneirt
lies for transportation shall be made between
traniportation companies and Individuals, or In
fir or of either, by abatement, drawback, or olh-
rwlee. and no railroad or canal company, or any
leisee, manager, or employee thereof, .ball make
any preferences In furnishing cars or motive
8 ec. 8. No railroad, railway or other trnns-
cortatlon eoropanv shall erantrroepasirs nr piwt
ci at s discount, to any porions exocpt officers or
oi plovers or tne oompuny.
htc. 9. So strett pauenger railway sliall be
ooustrurted within the limits of any city, bnrough
or towuinip without too consent of its local au
Bec. 10. No railroad, canal or other transporta
tion comranv. in existence at the time of the
adoption of this article, shall hare the hen f fit of
any rut u re legialntion by general or special lawi,
except on condition of complete acceptance of all
the provisions of this article.
iSsc. 1 1. The existing powers and datles of the
Auditor (ieuentl In regard to railroad, canals,
and other tranipuriation companies, except ai to
their accounts, are bewh? traniferred to the Sec
retary of Internal A flairs, who shall bave a gen
eral supervision over them, subject to such regu
lations and alterations as shall be provided by
law ( and in addition to the annual reports now
required to be mado, said Secretary may require
special reports at any time npoa any subjuot re
lating to the business of laid coinpaules from any
ofliccr or officers thereof.
(Sue. 12. The General Assemuly shall'enfurre
by appropjiale legislation the provisions of this
SEi-rios 1. Any amendment or amendments to
this constitution may bo proposed in the Senate
or Iluune of Representatives, and if tbo same ahall
be agreed to by a inajuritj of the members elected
to each house, such proposed amendment or
amendments shall be entered on their journals,
with the yeas aud nays taken thereon, end the
Secretary of the Commonwealth shall cnti?e the
same to be published three months before the
next general election In at least two newspapers
In srerr county in which pitch newspapers ahall
be published ; and If, In the Ucnerol Assembly
next afterwards ohojen, such proposed amend
ment or smendtnrnts shall be agreed to by a ma
jority of the members elected to eab house, the
Beeretary of the Commonwealth shall causd the
same aguin to be published in the manner afore
said and such proposed amendment or amend
ments sball bo Submitted to the finaliScd electors
of the til ate In such manner, aud at such time, at
leant three mouths after being so agreed to by tbo
two bouses, as the (4 one rat Asemby shall pre
scribe; and if snoh amendment or amenduieut
eh ail be appro red by a majority of tlmso Tuting
thereon, such amendment or amendments shall
become a part of the constitution ; but no amend
ment or amendments ahall bo submitted uftener
bnn once in fiveynurs; when two or more -unend-inents
shall bo sulmittod they shall be roUd upon
That no inconvenience mar arise from the changes
in the constitution of the Commonwealth, and
aud in order to carry the name into complete
operation, it is hereby declared that:
bi cnoN 1. This constitution shall take effect
on the first day of January, In the year one thou
sand eight hundred and seventy ft.ur, fur all pur
poses not otherwise prorided for therein.
Br.c. 3. All laws in force in this Commonwealth
at the time of the adoption of thin constitution
not inconsistent therswitb, an I all rights, actions,
profrcutions, and coutrae'.j, shall continue as If
this constitution had not been adopted.
tfcr. .1. At the general election in the years one
thousand eight hunJrod and sevcty-four an1 one
thousand eight hundred and sorenty-firo, Sena
tors shall be elected In all districts where there
shall be vacancies. Those elected In the year
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four
hall serve for two years, and those elected in the
year one thousand eight hundred and seventy
five shall serve for ono ear. B en u tors now elect
d, and those whose terms era unoxpirod, shall
represent the districts in which they reside until
the and of tne terms fur niiicn lby were elected.
Ptc. 4. At the general election in the year one
thousand eight hundred aud seventy -six, Senators
shall be elected from the even numbered districts
to serve for two years, aud from odd numbered
districts to servo for four years.
8r.c. b. The first election of Governor under
this constitution sball be at the general election
in the year ono tbownnd eight bund rod and seventy-five,
when a (luvernur shall be elteied fir
three years t and the- term of the Governor elected
in the year one thousand eight hundred and nv
nty eight and of thoae thereafter elected shall be
for fuur years, according to the provisions of this
Sac, A. At the general election In the year one
thousand eight hundred and seventy-four a Lieu
tensnt Governor shall be elected according to the
provisions of this constitution.
8rl. 7. The rSccrttary o( Internal Affairs shall
be elected at the first gcueral election aflur the
adoption of this constitution; and when the aaid
oocr shall be duly cleoted and qualified, tbo of
fice of Surveyor Ucneral shall be abolished, and
the Survevor tlencral in office at the time of the
adoption of this constitution shall continue in of
flee until the expiration of the term fur which be
Sr.c. 8. When the Superintendent of Public In
struction shall be duly qualified, the office of Su
perinttn Jent of Common Schools shall ceaso.
Hr, tt. Nothing contained in this constitution
shall be construed to render any person now hold
tng sny Htate oOice for a first olliui&l term ineli
gible for re election at the end ol such turin.
fee. Iti. The jtidgct nf the Htipremo Court In
ofliee when this constitution shall tnkeeffent shall
continue nntll theireommtsiduns severally expire.
Two judges In addition to the number new com
posing the vnid court shall he elected nt the tirat
general election after the adoption of this consti
tution. Shi). II. Alt courts of record and all existing
conrti which are not specified In this constitution
sball continue in existence nntll the first day of
Dcccssbcr, In the year ono thousnri l eight bun
dled and seventy-live, without abridgment cf
their present jurisdiction, hut no longer. The
Cuurtuf First Criminal Jnrifdirllon fortheronn
tics of eVbuylkill, Lobunon and iMupbin is hereby
abolished; aud all causes and proceedings pend
ing therein in the oounty of Schuylkill shall be
tried and disposed of in the Courts of Oyer and
Terminer aud Quarter bcsiions of the i'oace of
6 sc. 12. The registers' courts now In existence
ahall be abolished on the first flay of .lanuiry
n-at succeeding the adoptloa of this constitution.
Akc. 1.. The General Assembly shall, at the
next sessioa after the adoption of this constitu
tion, designate the several judicial districts as re
quired by this constitution. The judges in com
mission when such deeignation shall be mad shall
continue during their unexpired terms jndgps of
tne niw distru t in wlnrta they tesid". i''it whr-n
there shall be two judgs residing In the snme
district, the present judge shall cleat to wl Uh
distiist he shitH lie assigned ; and the additional
law jude 'ha! I bo asilncd to the other district.
8c. U. The General Afcmbly shall, at the
nest inccstding scsiin alter ca-h dccniinlal ecu
sus, ard not ofu-ncr, designate the seveml judicial
Uin 1 1 t as nnulrcd v t'nn constiiLili
fee. 15. Judg"S learned In tbelnwof any court
of record ho'ding eommlsrifms in force at the
adopt) hi of this constitution Mm 1 1 bold their
spectlvc offices until die nxiiiration of the terras
for which th-v were ooinmUcitim-d, and un:il their
uofcsiors sh til be duly oualitled. Tho Govern
shall cuUiinirfion the pictident judgo of the Court
of First Crii'ilunt Juricdi'jtion for the eounlies of
8rhuylkill, Lebanon an t itauphin as a judgo of
the Cuart oi Common l'leas ot rcbuylkul county
fur Uis unexpired teim oi un oiiu-s.
Bkc. 19. After the oxplralion of the term of any
preside nt jingo of any Court ol Common l'leas in
communion at trie adoption of true con in tone n
the judgt of su .h court Irarnod in the taw nnd
uldt st in oomii:lsinn shall be tl.e president judo
Hi error, and wiien two or mure jmigci are fleered
at the satnn time In any judicial ili.-drlct, thej
rhatl decide by lot which sball be president judg;
but when the preidfliit jud;;o of a court shill be
re elected he shull continue to be priaidcnt ju igo
f that eo;irt, Associate judges, not learned in
ibe law, elected alter the aJnptiori of this eoiifti
fution, shall bo oomuiissioued to bohl their otiioon
for the turn of five year Irnin the first day of
January nest after their election. -
br.t . 17. Ibe tJcneral AMinbly at the first sea.
sl'ft after the adoption of this ("institution shall
fit and determine Ibe compensation of the ju Igns
of the Mtipremo I out I and of the judges ol the
several juuiciul districts of tho Cooiuuipwealth,
and the provisions of the fifteenth section of the
uftide on Legmlallon shall not he deemed incon
sistent berewiili. K'olhitig contained In this con
stitution shall be held to reduce the eeuipeaseliun
bow paid to any law judge ol tbisCoinuionwoulUi
Dow in eominitsioii.
ffr. Id. Thn too lis of Common Pleas In the
counties of JMiiledclptiia and Allegheny shad be
compos! of th president judges of tho IMstrict
Court and Coart of Common l'leas of said ecun-
tii-s entil Ibeir ofhees ahall severally end, and of
S'Kh ether Jtudgoa as may froia time to time be
For tho parpose of first orianlsstloa In Phlli-
dvlpbhUhe jtdgrnnf Ihe Ccurt uniubcr 9flC shall
be Judges Allisnn. rten-s and Taisi-nj of the
i,i ,,n,i.Mia,n Jmdroi II Are. M if idiull and one
other judge to be cleoted t of the Court number '
tbrei. Judires Ludlow, iiultuerand Lvn , indof
the CoitU number four, Judges Thayer, Ung,s
and one other Judge to be elected,
Tho juilge Urst named shall bo the on sldont
judireofsud oourts respectively, nnd thereafter
the president judge shall ho the judge oldoot iu
amnmiislon ; but any prestdout judge re-elected
In the samo court or diatrlot shall continue to be
uresideut judge thereof.
The additional judges for Conrti number two
and four rhall be voted for aud elected at the first
general election after the adoption of this eon iti-
tot ion in uie same manner as tne two aimuonai
judges of (be Hupn-nio Cot rt. nd they shall de
cide by lot to which oourt they ahall belong. Their
term of ofliee shall oomatenoe on tho first Monday
of January, in loo yoar oue thousand eitful nun-
dred and seventy. five,
Hat. 1W. In tho oounty of Allegheny, fur the
Purpose of first organisation under this consti
tution, the judges of the Court of Common Picas
at the time of the adoption of this Constitution
shall be tho judges of the Court number one, and
the judges of tho District Court at the same date
shall be the Judges of Ibo Common Pitas number
Tho president jod 'cs of the Common Pleas and
District Courts shall be prosidvnt judgui of said
Courts number one and tno respectively until
their offices shall end, and thereafter the Judge
oldest In commission shall bo president Ind-ro
but any president judgo re elected in the same
court or districtsuail continue to be president
Bko. Sr. The organisation ofthoConrtsefCom
men Plcwa, under this constitution, for the eoun
ties of Philndclphia and Allrirhenr. shall lakeef-
tect on tne first Monday of January, one thousand
eight huudred and seventy. tive, and existing
Courts in snld counties shall continue with their
E resent powers and Jurisdiction until that date;
ut no new suits shall be institutod in the Courts
of Nisi Prius aftor the aduption of this consti
tution. Sr.v. 21. The causes and prooeedlngs nendlnr In
the Court of Nisi Prius, Court of Common Pleas.
aud Pistriet Court in Philadelphia, hall be tried
and disposed of in the Court of Common Picas.
Ibe records anl dockets of snm enurta ahull he
I ran Tarred to tho Prothonotarv's office of said
tfat. JJ. The causes and proceedings pending
In the Court nf Common Pleas in the oounty of
Allegheny shull be tried and disposed of In the
court number one; and the causes and proceedings
penning in me visirict uourt snail be iricu ami
di?pod of in the court number two.
Sec 23. The Prothonotary of the Court of Com
mon Picas of Phihtd dphia shall bo first appoint.
ed by the judges of said court on the first Mundny
ot Iectniber, in the year ono thousnnd eight hun
dred and seventy-five f and the present Prothunn.
Ury of the litrlcl Court in mid county ahall be
the Prothonotary of the said Court of Common
Plrai until si id date, when bit emnmifsion shall'
expire, and the present Clerk of the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and Quarter Hessions of the
Peace in Philadelphia shall he the clerk of aucb
oourt until the expiration of his present commis
sion on the first Monday of Dccfiubur in the year
one thousand eight hundred and Seventy-five.
tr.r. 24. in cities containing over filty thousand
Inhabitants (except Philadi Inhla) all aldermenin
ottiee at the time oft he adoption of this constitution
shall continue in office until the expiration of their
commissions, and at theclrctioa forcitv and word
oil icers in the year ono thousand cl&bt hundred
and seventy-five one alderman shall be elected iu
each ward, as provided in this constitution.
Bkc. 23. In Philadelphia, magistrates In Men of
aldermen sball be chosen as required in this con
stitution at tho election In said city for City and
ward officers in the year oue tlmuiuud eight hun
dred and seventy-five i thtdr term of ottiee shall
cmimenceon the first Monday of April succeeding
The terms of office of a Mermen in aaid city,
holding or entitled to commissions at the time vf
the adaption of this constitution ahall not ba af
footed thereby. .
rVc. 2d. All persons In office In this Common
wealth at the time of the adoption ol thisconoti
tutbn, and at the firstclectino nudcrlt, shall hold
their respective offices until tho term for which
they have been elected or appointed shall expire,
and until their successors shall be duty qualified,
unless otherwise provided In this constitution.
Pec. 27. Ihe seventh article of this constitu
tion, prescribing an oath of office, shut I tnkecfiect
nd utter the first nay of January, oue thou
sand fight hundred and seventy ftve.
t?rc. IS. The terms of ofliee of avuntv commis
sioners and county auditors chown prior to the
year otic thousand eight hundred and seventy five,
nbicb shall not have expired before the fir-t Mon
day of January, In tho year one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-six, shall expire on that d.iy.
rrc. v. All Mate, county, city, ward, borough
and township otimers in offire nt the time of the
a loptiou of this constitution, whose compensation
Is not provided for by salatic alone, shall continue
to receive the compensation allowed there by law
until the expiration of their respective terms of
Bar. SO. All State and judicial officers hereto
fore elected, sworn, a fli'med, or In ofhea who this
euiisiitution shall takeetlect, shall toverelly. with
in one month alter such adoption, take and sub
scribe an oath (or aliirinaiion) to support this
in.e. Jl. The General Assembly, nt Its first ses
sion, o'r as soon as my be alter the adoption or
this constitution, ahnll pais such laws aa may he
necessary to cany the same Into full force aud
Htu 32 The ordinance passed by this conven
tion, entitled "An ordinance for submitting the
amended constitution ol Pennsylvania to a rote
of the eleotois thon'of," shall be held tu ba valid
for all the purpose thereof.
Hki aj. The words "County Commlsiloners,"
wherever used lo thli constitution, and in any or
diuanoeaccompiinying the same, sbnll be beld to
irrcludo the Comminsiouurs fur the city of Phila
delphia, Adopted at Philadelphia, on the third dny of
Xovt-tnbcr, in the yoar ot our L'jrd one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-three.
Orma or SacnrTAnr op tub Covmotiwiaitii,
tiAnittsat hg. Nor. la, IHiA,
I certify that the foreuoinx it a correct eonv of
the new Constitution, proposed to the people of
the Commonwealth, of reunsjlvtmia, for their ap
proval or rtjeelion, as the same appears of record
in mis omoo. , Ai. 6, UU AY,
Secretary of Cuuiutouweaith.
AN' OU 1H NANCE
roa srr.Miniso tnn AUKtnr.n cuhtiti'tiox nr
T-KSiUVLYAMA TO A VOW OV TUB gUAIIPUD
rt.( tuna TiiLm.oK, as pachi:i aaooau rbauimo.
it oiiiaitted Ly the Cvn4titulitaal Contention af
ht tvfNMOHiMuifA uj eHnayfeama, ns follow;
1. That tho amended Conotilntion nre tared br
this Convention be submitted to tho qualified
electors of the Commonwealth, for tb?ir adoption
or rejection, at an election, to be held on the tail d
Lucd.l&y nf December next : except as heroin Af
ter ordered and directed, thi intd election shall lie
Id and conduct id bv Ihe mitular election offi
cers In the several election districts throughout
mo Lominonweaiin, under all tlio regulations and
provisions of existing laws relating to general
electignat and Ihe she fill's of the aevarnl uuontiea
aim II give at k-ftjt tweuty days notice of snidelac
tinn by pntchnnatiun.
2. The rft jrc'ary of the Commonwealth shall.
at least twenty days bofore the said election, lur
utsh to the Cummiaituners of each rounty a suf
llment number of properly prepared circulars of
insti uetions, 7 ho Commissioners of the several
counties shall entire to be printed at least three
tiuifi as many ballots or alhrt.iatue votes as there
are voters in each county and the same number
of negative Volci; and the said Commissioanrs
shall, at lca-t firs davs bclore s,iid elect inn, cause
to be fairly distributed to tho several t lei-1 ion dis
tricts In ihoir irrincljvu count ics. the Ciild bnllots.
tally lists, returns, eircu!nM of inlru iiiiii and
sui-h oilier books nnd papers as may I c ncce-snry.
The ballots sball be punted or written in the fol
lowing form: On tho ourMo tho words "New
Constitution ;" in the iuide for all persons giiim;
affirmative votes tho wtd "For the New Cnniti-
tution," and for all persons giving n'gtitive votes
Ihe wunls "Agamat Ilia Jew Uoustitiition.
3. It It shall appoiir that a majority of the
futi-s polled are fur the new Constitution, tlmn it
shall be the Constitution of the Commonwealth
of PctMifvlvfHiia, on no 1 alter the first day ol fun
uury, in tho year of our Lord otic Iboujutid eight
hundred an I srrcnty-four; but If It sb.tll ap
(hut a triajrtly nf tho voles poih'd were against
the new CoiiBtiiutiun, then it aim 11 be rcjtolodtad
bs null and void,
4. 1'ivu t'omuiitsioners nf RUctlon, vix i R lwin
II. Filler, Kdward Urmrnnij;, John P. Vorree,
Ui nvy o. llagrrl and John O. James, are hereby
ttppoiiited by this Lonvciiti'iu, who rbnll liavo di
nd ion of the elecMon upon this amended Consti
tutioo In ttie city of Philadelphia. Tho aai J Cora
mliiioncrs shall be duly sworn or aftirmed lo pjr
f'rin iticir duties with impartialily and bdiUty.
1 hry shall also have power to fill vacancies in
lhir own laini' or. It shall bs the duty of said
LommlMioners, or a maj nlr of them, and lh
shall hue authority to mnke a aislratlon of
voters f-ir the several election divismus of siid
rity, sn I to furnUh Ihe lilts so made to the elec
tion ofbeers of tach precinct or division j lo dis
tt 'iute the tiukets for said city prottded fur by
this ordinanoe to he nscd at the election ; tu ap
point a ju. ge aud two lnpv.rs for cseh eluctioa
division, by wlmm the election therriu shall bo
held nnd conducted, aud In give all ncccntary In
sirmdious to the eli ction ofh-Mri regitlnig their
duties in bol ting I ho elei linn aud iu ii.aking re
turns ih err of. No poison ?tall serve as an elec
tion cDioiT who would be dtMit:itified undr Pec
tion 15, ArtMo ft, or Ihe new Constitution. Th"
general n tum of the i Ictlon in Ihe said city sha'l
be opriied, computed and ocililled btiore the said
Commlssioneis, and wilb their nnpioval whb-h
anprovol shall bo endorsed upon the return, 'iuoy
shall make report, direclrd ta tho Pn-stdent of
this Convention, of their official action under this
ordinance and concerning the conduot of the said
ilccUon within the anid city.
Tlis Judges an ! liiFpeel irs aforcrald shall con
duct the election in all n-pectsonfnrinably lotho
general election laws of this Comuionwi ulth, ntid
wilh like powers and duties to thoe of ordinary
election ofllcirs. Karh Inspector shnll appoint
onoelrrk Ui assist th ) b'J Ud in the parfirrmHiioe of
its duties, and alt (heelfciion officer shall bedly
sworn or n (Tinned according to law, nnd shall poe
sesi all the ana'lfirationa retired bylaw ef elec
tion efBcers iu tbi Commonwealth. At said elec
tion anv duly uualiticd elector who shall be n-
rrghtmd, shall bcp-ftntltcdlovoieopittmnkinf
nruuf of his rlrht to the eleotlon nlnoers. iwourtl.
in to the getieraf election laws of this Connnnn.
wealth. Hluru Iiispeetoraand theli clerks and an
hourly auuai of th loies shall he dt-p iusud with,
bnt ivercr of slectlnn mav bv selected for auy
prciilnul by said Kleotlon Ouiiim isaioners, whose du
tieeund powiirs shall bo the sumo as thone of over-sc-i-raof
eli-ci ion in said city under oxutuig elect ion
laws applicable thereto. Ituiurus ol Dm eltution
shall be made in saiduily as in I ho case uf anelro
tion for Uovoruor, but a triplicate general return
for said oily shall be made out aud forwarded to
he President of this Couvention at lUrrlshurg,
as is herein oiler provided tn ease of oouuty re
turns. 6. In each of the counties of the Com tnon wealth,
(except Philadelphia,) the returns of the election
shall be mad as in the case uf au election fur
tlovernor, but the return Judgea in ouch oounty
shall make out a triplicate county return and
transmit the same, within five du.vs alW the
election, directed to the President uf this Couven
tion, at lUrrlshurg.
Done in Convention this Third day of Novem
ber, lu tho yoar of our Lord, one thousand sight
hundred aud sorority-three.
JOHN 11. WALKER, President.
D. h. IMUUIK, Clerk.
A truu copy of ordinance of submission.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
!. 1 . -1
(Cur. of Market A Front streets,)
. CLKAHFliaU, PA.
The andersigutd having taken charge of this
Hotel, would rcspectlully solicit public pittronage.
ccU73 . K. NKWTO.N bUAW.
I EON Altl HOUSE,
J OnijO'itn KnHrond I'fpot,
ricni.ntlv locnl.4 mill t flfl-. laM hutcil lit .11
rr.iect.. Ilreaulu3t rot im'jeiiKt-r. Irnvlug oo
murninj trmn. WM. 8, lillAtll.KV,
Jim. II, 1873,, froprletor.
KKW WASIIINUTO!, PA.
Tliii new anil well rurni.hrU hour, lint lien
takea by lb. unJrnl;n.d. Ji. fe.ls oonliileiil of
being able tu roniler Htiil'atitluo to tbw. wbo ma;
favur bim lib a MIL
May , IbTJ. O. W. DAVIS, Prop'r.
Uppoiit. tne vonrt Iinufe,
LOCK HAVEN, FK.NS'A.
JrH'N HAl'SEAI, A KROM, Prop',.
D. JOnKSTON 4 SON'S,
Clrarttfltl county, Prnn'a.
Tlit. nlJ ami troll Mlahlilbcil Uulrl, tirnulifullT
.Ituatril on Ihe bankfl ol the biiipquclianua, In Ibe
bnruugh of Curwen.ville, bug biMin Ipii.i1 for a
term ol yar. by thf niidcrln'il. It hnt hf.n
entirely rrflttril, and Ik now open to tbo public
generally and Ihe traveling community in par
ticulur. No pnlna will be' tparoit to rotider gu.Mr
oouitortabl. while tarrying at thti bon... Ample
Stabling ntoiu fur tbe aooouimoilation of team..
ri.fpt. 28. IHVO.lf. KM ni-nOJI.
lvtUcavr, Shnvarr, (Etr.
TIN AND STOVE STORE!
G. S. FLEGAL,
rhilipsbur, Contra County, Ta.
TIIK underelffned reipactfull, annoaoeee to
the publlo tbat be bae oo band ft care
full eelool.d and well aiaorted etock of
STOVES, II EATERS, RANGES,
HOLLOW WARE I
TIN, COrrErt AND SHEET-IKON
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE!
Qli itnek of Cooking Storei oonilela of
THE CELEBRATED IRONSIDES,
Which bar. never failed to bring peace and
pro'pertlj lt0 families wher. It le ueed,
Diamond State, Farmer, Herald. Charm, Bpeare'
(Jalitornta Uook More, opeare' Antt.Daet,'
Gai-Barning Conkinf Ktovee, Vlotor,
Reliance and I'tiion llaaee,
Spoare' Cooking Hangoe,
. . Ac., o.
ten.The Tin and 8heet Iron ware riven with
the trtoree ie made of the beer'eat and beet
material, and warranted to gire perfect aatlt-
His Stock of Parlor & Heating Stoves
Ii larger, hotter and cheaper than aver Wore
xhibltod to the publlo oonetitlng of
Speara' Revolving Light Iltamlnatlag Stove,
Speare'Antl-noiit (las-l!tirning Parlor Stove,
Speare' Orbicular Oa. Uurning Parlor
titove, Hpeara' tlae-Duri.tng Parlor
Btove, tlotiael, Pearl, Um, Ida,
Sun, Trnpic, Nevada,
Vulcan, Elm and Victor Ileatere, Speari' Re
volving Lignt iieatera.
He le aleo prepared to furnleh a aomplota
Tin, Copper, Shoet-Iron, Woodon anil
' Willow Ware, dec., '
lVboleeale or retail, manufactured neatly and
with lb. eol. view to aorviue, from the beet ma
terial In the market, ,
FLOWS A PLOW TOINTS, COPPER, BRASS,
PORCELAIN, TIN-LINED, BPUN A
COMMON lHOie KITTLES,
Of every deicrlpticn eonitantl on hand.
ORDERS FOR BroUTINO, HOOFING
And other work belonging lo bla hnelnea will
be promptly tiled by eiperlcnced and ikillful
BRASS, COPrF.R. OLD METAL, HAGS
Taken In exchange for goodi.
jp-lle aapertally Invito! lb. attenlton of
Murrhante wi.hlng to purchaee at wboleeale. ai
they will llnd It to their advantage to examine
til itock before paronaiiug eieewnera.
Look out for the Pic dsn nrporlte th. resi
dence of Mn. Dr. I'u.lcr,
All Oooui VAanatD ai Rxrr.titirTio.
Phillp.hurg, June 8, 1 (170.
Attention, Ltimlicrnicn !
"11 ''B are now laanillaelurina onr 1MPKOVKD
HTBia-KOCKtr MIIVINU CANT
II'IOKS, ptiperiiir to any other In are. IV. hare
alio in clock a large quantity of t'emhooke relia
ble fur railing purposes which we aro erlltng
beep fi.rra.h. AMO.i A II. KK.NNAUD.
Olrarlli ld, l'a., March 13. 1H7I.
hop on Third ileeet. nver Hllry'i hlackiullh
All kiii-l" nf Itiflra and Fhot flunl on hand.
Hepilring done In aHft-c!.5rinnorand at fair
C I 12 A R F I 12 L IS, I'ENMM.
Wo desiro to call tho attention of tho citizens of Clenrficld county to the fact that wo
liuvo opened a
MUSIC STORE IN CLEARFIELD,
Whcro mo intend to constantly koep on hand a full supply of
PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
Our stock of TIANOS will consist of
RAVEN & COMPANY'S I'lANOS,
bTEINWAY & SONS' NANOS,
HAINES BROTHERS' PIANOS.
Wo nro prepared at nil times to furnish nny of tho cheaper makes of Tianos to order on tho most
favorablo terms us to prices and terms of payment.
Uur stock ol UKU AN will consist of tho new and popular
ItYNDER ORGAN, (with Render's Knee Tiemolo nnd downward Octave Couplor,)
Tho SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN CO.'S OUGAXS,
MASON & HAMLIN'S ORGANS and ihe
NEW HAVEN MEI.ODECN CO.'S JUD1LEE, TEMPLE and CHURCH ORGANS.
Resides theso we furnisli lo order Organs from any factory desired.
We tell on every plan known to tho trade, cither CHEAP FOR CASH, ON NOTES, or on tho
porutAR am) easy LEASE PLAN".
On our easy terms every ono can have a pood intr
int will tend bo mucli to MAKE HOME HAPPY.
ETWe shall bo glad to hsve
F 11 ONTI
ICE CREAM SALOON I
Th. nnliTBiiriifd having Jaet nttrd nn new,
large and coml'ortibtft rome oa M irkrt etrert,
nuar Third, rrrpretfully Inform! tho piihlielh.il
he now drepartd 'o aceommodal. theta with
everything in hil line on ehrt nollr-n and at all
buura ot the nay. Mo kcejia on band
BUSKS, ROLLS, Pinfl,
CAKD3, all kind:.
and a grneral aeaortmcnt of
CONFECTIONERIES, FRUITS, NUTS, Ar,
Allofwbieh willbedcllrerod to eoitomeriatthrlr
reiiMeBcee, wbeo rcqaetled to do eo.
ICE CUEAM, by the di-h, eerved in a neatly fur
Thankful for the gf nercrai patronage beeloweil in
th. pail, be hnpre to mrrlt and receive a eon
tlnaenoe of the caine from bli old onito
men, and .there.
" JOHN STADLER.
June Un tf.'
V HAYES, COULTER & CO.,'
Successors to W. A. Arnold.
Hcatci's, Kangcs, Low Grates
and MARIliaiZKD 8LATB MAKTEI.S.
6ole agenti for the celebrated
CUILSON COOKING KANGK.
trScnJ for Calabiguel.
Ko. I JOi Clieslnut Etnct,
JanelSf.m PH I T.A DF.LIII f A .
AI0SHANN0N LAND AND LUMBER
OECtOLA BTEAM MILLS, I
LUMBER, LATH, AND PICJiETS
Sawed fc Patent Iiilbtit Shinght.
II. II. PIIILLINOFOnD, Preildent,
' Office Fornt rtace, no. ta. n. eta ,t, Pkil'a.
JOHN LAWSIIP, Uenernl Sup't.,
Oaccola M ill, CleiirDcId county, Pa.
Ann TOWN LOTS f-r lalo In the borough
ALio-Krrp the LAHUKST ASSORTMKNT
nfUoniU In t'li-articld counly at Ibrir Jtaminntli
Store in Oaouln. jan8-73
0. 1. c.
1TIIKRR to buy my MtY GOODS, OBO
eoriel. Queen. ware, (lla. ware, Druirl ani!
Notion., Cunfeetlonei lee, Ac, eboap foreaeh.
The etibacrllier beg. leave to Inform hil old and
new ou.tolnere tuai ue nae oiivuvu
A VARIETY STORE
IN GLKJJ HOPE, TA.
And will tell gnndi at prlree lo .nil the tlnee. A
liberal reduction will be uiado to ou.tomen buy
ing at wholeenla.
fall and examine my itoek hefor. parehaelng
elirwhere. A lilieral ehare f public patrouage ii
C. J. KKAOY.
'dim Ilape, Pa., June II, 1871.
ENCOU HAG H 1I0M E INDUSTRY.
rlH E aedertltned, having aitabliihed Nai
I eerv op the 'Pike, about half war betweea
(Meerlield and t'orwenevllle. la prepared to fur
nlih all klndi af rKUIT TK KKa, (.Uedard led
dwarf.) Bvirgwiui. Sbrabbery. (Irapa Vin.a,
tlno.eberrlei, l.awton Blackberry, Hinwberry,
and Hanberry Vloee. Aire, Siberian Crab Treat,
Qelac. and early eelrlet Ithubarb, A., Orderi
promptly attended la. Addrrie,
r r J. l. WBIQ11T.
mmmmmmmmmm i si. i i1' mmmimm m )WWi m m
J . .'hi.iii jjininin'yi f
;u call and see us, whether you desiro to purchase or not.
RYXDISR'ft MUSIC STOUE.
TUB in.prs1firl, fueefssori lo RF.KD A
POWKLL. hive rmrrhasM Ihe CLKAh
MKLH I'LAMMi "MILL, fcml rallied it fur
doiii; an exMiiivt business, AH th racbinotr
will bt aJ'tcU Bcces'n'T to mak it one of tb
uiO"t eouiplrlo c(:tb i.hinrni o. ibt kind in the
Flute. I'Uvy art uow .rtpirtii to reea're nnUrs
furany wttrk id that Una. They will givr.ocial
attcQt'toa tu all oiateriats Tor hua.e buiiiiii.f.
HOOPING, WEATHER -BOARDING,
SASH, DUOES, BLINDS,
tm.icnF.TS, jrtot'Lnrjra, .
, Or ALL STYLES, alwava on hand.
V'OltKEI) BOAHPS, and all artlcloa tw
ry fi-r tmilding. will b. .aeliangrd for 111Y
LrMlllIK, an that permne at a dutanoo may
brin llicir lumlier, exchange It for, and mam
home with th. manufactured article.
Tbe Company will alwayi have oa hand a large
tH'k of dry lumber, to ae to b. able to III an
order on lli.rhortou antic. Only Ihe belt and
mot 1 1 1 1'u band wilt be emilojod, 10 that the
fitiWio in.iy icly ujon gnod work.
Lumber will lie worked or eold ai low ai II can
be purchased an.vwber., and warranted to give
O'liiin. Ae Ihe buiinve will ba dune upon
ihr- cr h ii lneiil. we can aCord lo work fur luiull
"DUY LUMBER WANTED!
Kipcoinlly one nnd a-half and two Inch parrel
rtiitr, for wliich a liberal price will lie paid.
Th. buelneu will he conducted undor the nam.
"llcarfield rianing.mil Co."
O. B. Mcrr.II will pernnally iuperlntend the
Ordcri rcipeclfiillj eolhlled.
o. n. mi huell.
H. P. TAYLOH.
M. II. liUUWN A 1IHO.
CVarficl.l, Pa., January 8, 1117.1.
BRICKI BRICK 1 BRICK!
A m BRICK YARD.
T 8. n.l'MMKtl A Pf., hiving etartrd
. a new and eiten.lva Brick Yard In
Chnrtii'ld, are prrpered to mak. contract, for firit
clan lied Urlck, In larg. or .man qnanimra.
Urdrreand enrreriinndence eolieiteit. inlorma
- can ba olilalmd bv eallina at Hvndar'l Mu
eic oiure, ur oj a4..iia
M. 6. 1 LL.tl.'l r.ll a I'D.,
tnjT tf Clcarrdd, Pa.
The Lightning Tamer.
milE ttndfrttsocii ore the lole Asents 10 toll
I eunt for th"NiirtTi Aaierleap Uoltinieed
LlW tl TN INO KUDS." T'leso are tbe only wfi
rods nnw to use, and are eoduried bj all Ibe
eifntlflc men In the fnntr.
We bereb aottrt tbe eltlieai of tbo eoont
that we will r-ut lb,MB nP ttor rod, aod tot
lest money, than Ii ehariced by the for lire
Koti who annnaMy LraTerse tlie ouanty mod
carry off our little casta, never to reiora.
ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR.
Thai, wl.bloc Llihtnlng Rod. araelad oa
their building! need but addrei. ui by letler, or
call In per.no. W. will put them up anywhere
in Ibec.uniy, and warrant tn.m. I n. ruu. ana
lliur.toaa be eeen at anytime y canina: ai
our .lor.. It r. ciuiiin w.
ClearAeld, March M. IHTO I'
Pi C ii. Ii 12 H,
or all Rianai
Bafgag. Darrowi, Warchouea Trucke, Copying
Preteea, Improved Money Drawer, Ac.
roa lati it
h. f. Biai4F.11 & co.,
Dealer. In Hardware,
mchS0:7C If Second Strait, Clearfteld, Pa.
IN MUSICAL IN-
HTIll HlliNTSI Ortani, bolh tiew and
M-mmd band, at Ibe Muelo Mora, oppmile (lulioh'e
Furniture More. All pereon. inierc.ir., in-,
it-A lo rail and eaaiuine a new etvleof Organ nW
on ethiMllon. Kheet Maria nnd Mn.le Hoki
onrtajitlv on hand tp'VTH
and no other investment of like
Clearfield County Bank.
TMIB ClearBrld Coeotv Bank at aa Incerrora
ted Ineliltttlnn baa gone out of elUtence by
tit. inrr.nder of III ebarter on May 13, ISAft,
All Hi etock le owned by the aobeeriliere, wbe
will continue th. Eenking lutlneai at the earne
place, aa frivale Benkere, under the arm neme
ot the "Cloarlleld County Bank." We ore re
eponrlble for tbe dcbteol tbe Bank, aod will pay
Ita aoteeon demand a tbe counter. Bepmiie
received and inierrii eid wben money le left for
allied time. Peper dierounted at lia portent.
aa berelofor.. Our poreonel responeihilil) le
pledged for all lei one received and ounineei
trane eted. A contiouanea of tbe liberal pat'
renin of tbe buaineee moa of the county It r.
pecllnllv eolici'ed. Ai rreeioeoi, -ainier ana
officer! f e lat. ClrarBeld Coanty tank, we
require th. notoi of laid Bank to ba preeentoa
J AS. T. LRONAUD, ItlCUARD SHAW,
WM. PORTKtt, J8. B. I)R HAM.
O. L. KKRD. WM. A. Wliute
The huelneei.f the Bank will lie conducted h)
John M- Adami., Keq., ai Caahier. 'II I 71
Counly National Bank,
Ok' CLEAHFIELD, PA.
I) 00 M In Maennlo Building, .no door north ol
I C. it. Waleon'i Drug slurc.
e'aeanr. Ticket, to aod from Liverpool, Queeni-
tnwn. tllnmrnw. London. Paria and Conenharen
Aleo, Drain for aali-on the Moral Bank ol Irelau.
and luipcrial Bank of i,inilou
JAair.s l. iivcniv, rrev i.
W. M. FflAW, Cahler. ll:l:TJ
J. D. M'tllrk. Edward Pcrbe.
BASKING & COLLECTION HOUSE
McGirk & perks.
Suoerssvre tn Foster. Perks, A Co.,
riillliburff. Centra County. Tft.
7 HEBKall the business of a Banking Houm
11 wiM oe tr-v&actcii prumptly and uuoo th
tuoiti levonioie rvruti. luari-u
. . . .... . t .r
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 31 South Third Htreet, Philadelphia
And Dealors in Government Securities.
Application br mall will reeeir. prompt etten
tioo, aud all Information cnOenully lurnuncd
Orderi anlietrd. ' April ll-tf.
READING FOR ALL! I
Market nt , ( leai llcld, (at (ha PoatOIBre.)
I IHK undenigned begi Irava to anoounce lo
I lb. eltieeai of Clearleld aad vielaiiy. that
be hai Au.d up a room aad bae Jt returned
from thaelty wilb a large amount or rea.mi
matter, lonilning la part of
Bibles and Miscellaneous Books,
Clank. Account and Par. Book! of evtry d.
.eripiion Paper aad Envelop.., Frneb preieed
and plaint fenl and r.aeiil i biann. Lege
rapere, ueeai, mongigee, .ungm.nf, niemp
lion and Promle.nry nolel f White and Parch
men! Brief. Legal Cap, Kecord Cap, aad BUI Cap
Kneel, Mu.lt fur either I'tano, Flui. or Violin
eoo.t.otly on bond. Any hooka or ataifon.ry
d.alied tbat I may not have on hand, will be or.
ordered by tret aipra.i, and .old at wboleuli
or retail to lull cu.tnmeri, I will alio keep
periodical literature, men Mag.-me". ptew.
paper., Ae. r. A. uaiMi,
OUarOeld Miv I, isr.g.tf
MARBLE AM) ST0E YARD!
llai. S. S. LID DELL,
Ilaring engaged In the Marble huilne.e, define
to Inform her frlenda and the publlo that the hai
now and will keep oonrtantlyon hand a large and
well eelected .lock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, and ii prepared jo furnliu to order
BOX AND CRADLE TOMBS,
Curbi and Po.ta for Cemetery Loti, Window
Bill! and Cap., alio,
Bl'HKAU, TABLR AND WA81I STAND
TOTS, Ao, Ac
tYrd oa Heed it reel, near the R, R. Depot,
SloHC-Culter nnd Slonc-Mason
It 7 ILL .leeut. all work In hi. Una at mod
arate priori and In KlKST.CLAS8.iyla
In ALL STYLES, Stone Dr.e.ing of aver)
description, and all klmle of maion wort eon
faoi.d for In or out of th. ooaniy. Any peraor
wl.hin. to have ra-neetabli mama work aai
lone.cuitlng don., will And it to ttielr Inlereel
la cull upon ma I woald aire Inform tbe pub
to that I ean deliver any quantity or alaaa ol
none daairad, a. 1 am tbe owner or a
FIU3T-CLAS3 STONE QUARBY
Orderi for work ean b addraased tn
narta.tt Cl.ardeld fa.
liaaufaetur.4 eapeetally fv
THE CLEARFIELD TRADE,
roa i.La it
and manafaaturera of
Tln.CoppcrA Sheet Iron Warc
Harln larieW Inerenlrd our flock of llanl
ware, we Inrito tbo public to examine oar etock
aod prluea. - '
Carnenterl end perionrwho eonteroplaU build
ing will do well to eiamln. oar
TOOLS & BUILDISO BASCWAUE.
bieh lin'W and of th. beet manufaoture, aod
111 be fold low for eatb.
II Vlads ef Tltryoh Planet. Fnwi. CblseU. Fqoarf $,
llanuorrf, Hatffat-te, Plomhi tvnd Lvctf,
Alortisvd A Thymh Uuas;es, lie veil,
Br tors A liMU, Wwd and Iroo
Hentib 8iiss, and the best
Buring Mftfhiire tft the
Double and Single Eitt Aies,
POCKET CUTLKKY. Ae.
Agents for BurneWs Iron Corn ShUcr,
Also, agents fur Kicbardi'
GOTHIC FLl'Ii TIH.
wblcb effectual I j care Smok Flaet.
Farmer' IttpleuienU and Garden TvoU of frj
A large Vericlj of
vhieh we warrant to gire aatisfaetloi.
Portable itnntn and Furnaces.
Ft,. Hoofing, Spoating and Job Work done oo
reanttii utile terms. AU urdera will reoeive prompt
attention. June II, It 7 3.
BIGLER, YOUNG & CO.,
iSnecetaora to Bojnton A Toting,)
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS
PORTABLE & STATIONARY
Corner ef Fourth and Pin. BtrecU,
n AVISO engaged la the maanfaelure of nret
elaai MACHINERY, we rrepeclfully Inform
the public that we are now prepared to fill all
order, ai cheaply and ai promptly ai ean he done
in any of the eitiea. Wi manufacture and deal in
Mulay and Circular Saw-Mills
rifted Block., Water Wheela, Shafting Pulleyi,
Oifford'i Injector, Steam Oaugee, Steam Wblrlle
Oilera, Tallow Copa, Oil Cupi, Oange Cca kt, Air
Cock., Olobe Valrot, Check Valvca, wrought iron
Plpce, S.eam Pampa, Boiler Fred Pompa, Anti
Friction Metrei, Soap Stone Parking, Quia Pack
ing, and all kind, of MILL WORE j together
with I'lowa, Sled Solei,
COOKAXD PARLOR STOrES,
and other CASTINGS ot all kiode.
JMf-Ordrri eolleited and filled at city price.
All letter, of inquiry wilh refer.no. to machinery
of oar manufaoture promptly an. wared, by addrei
Ing ui at Clearfield, Pa.
docll'TO-tf DK1LER, TOl'NO A CO.
'ERRA COTTA STANDING VASES,
Stove Lining and Fire Brick,
kept eon.tantly on hand.
STOXE AM) EARTHED WAKE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I
CKOCKS! POTS ( CROCKS!
tlahar'a Patent Airtight Self - sealing
I-mil C am I
DTTTER CROCKS, with lid..
CREAM CROCKS, MILK CROCKS,
AI'PLH- Bl'TTKR CHOCKS,
FLOWER POTS, TIK DISHES,
And a great many other thing! too numeroui to
mention, to be bad at
STONE - WARE TOTTERY,
Coraer o Clierrv and Third Stracta,
CLRARr'IKLD. PA. eurt
FOR BALI BT
If. T. Itllor A Co.
IRON DOUBLR-SIIOVEL PLOWS.
WOOD DOrjlLB-SIIOVKL PLOWS.
WOOD SINQLE-SHOVSL PLOWS.
OOWANDA IRON BEAM PLOWS.
riTTSBURO STEEL PLOWS.
IIAUPT'8 BELLEFONTK FL0W8.
ROBESON'S and THOMPSON'S TLOWS.
-Sberr. for all el th. absre Plowe oea-
InntJy en hand. - my.a-73
F. I31GLEK CO.
bava for iale
CARRIAGE & WAGOX WOODS,
BHAFTS AND F0LE9,
HUBS, SPOKES, FELIX)E3,4o,
Oarrlage and Wagon Mak.ra ahonld make a
note at Inn ani call and alanine th.m. Ikey
wii, p. eoio a ratr priei pavr;
si ,ss i.n:
Dr. J. M'alkci'ri dtlilurula m.
CRiir JtitleiH nro a purely Vpcetablo
prcinmliini, ninilo clilully fimn tlio Da
tivo liorba Itiuuil on tlio Inner laiiRCi of
ti e HiiTi.i N'oviiilaniiiiiiitiiiiigor Califur
li:a, tlio mciliciiml propurtici of nliicli
nru cxtinnttitl llinrofrniii n IUiottt tlio uso
uf Alcohol. Tlio (mention la almost
daily itslii-il. " lint la tlio cauno of tlio
iiiijiurcilloluil succeas of Vinkoak lit r
TKiwf' Our nnaer la, that they romovo
tho caiiao ol' iliHctio, nnd tlio puticnt ro
om era litn health, 'l'ltcy nro tlio etoul
tlooil pm ilirr ntitl a lilo-(;i inj principlor
n pcil'cct licnuvator mul liniRiHator
of tlio ayatem. Ncrer befoi-o tu Ilia
liMlury of tltu world liaa a lut'ditlno been
cuinnitiiiilcd poiijio-tiig tlio remarkalile
f'ia,uir uf CixMi.ta llnTKiia in healing tlia
iiik of overt' rli-uii"o uinii ia heir tu. Tliry
nro a g'uilo' 1'uririiuvo aa woil aa a Tuuio,
rclicri:.g Coni-'UKliiitt nr liiDaiiimatinn at
tho l.ncr aiid i.oul Orguua iu liiliooA
Tlio properties cf Dr.. TValkeb's-
Yixkiiaii llin r ita are A iorient. Diaidinroiiay
Cnnitinntire. Nnthtioua. Laiatire. uinretiov
gedauro. ( oinitrr IrriUinl builonbe, Ailera
tive, and Anii-Iliiioii.
Grateful Tfionsanils proclaim Vnt.
eg ah Hitters tbo tutut wonderful In
Tiguraiit that eret iu.ie.ue4 lb auiauf
No Person can lake these Bitters
ftccoriliiiR to fliiections, and remain long
unwell, provided their boucn are out de
stroyed by mineral oion or other
meam, and vital organs wasted beyond
JiilioiH. Remittent nnd Inter
nilttt'llt Jevers, which ara o preva
lent in the valleys nf our groat rirera
throughout the bulled States, especially
those of th Miaaissippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Jllinois, Tennessee, Ciiinhcrland, Arkan
sas, Kcd, Colorado, llrazos, Hio Grande,
1'earl, Alaliaiuu, Mobilo, Savannah, Ro
anoke, Juuics, nnd many olhcra, ith
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country iluriru; the Siiiumer.and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual licat nnd dryness, aro
Invnrial.ily nccompaiiied by extcusivodn
ranccmcius of tlto stnni.irh ami liver,
and other abdominnl viscera, lu their
treatment, a purgativo, cxertiiiR a pow
erful iiillucuuo tiKin thesa various or
pans, is essentially la-ceasiiry. 'Ihero
is uo cathartic for tlio purposo equal to
1)11. J. WAI.KHK'S Vl.NKUAR HllTEIlS,
as they vi ill s-cdily rcnwvo the dark
colured viscid matter with which tlio
bowels nro loaded, nt tho snino timo
fitimiilatiiijv tho sectclions of tbe liver,
and cent-rally restoring tho healthy
functions of tho digestive organs.
Fortify the liody mrniiist disease
by purifing all Its lluiilswitli Vinkgar
111 iti:k.s. No epidemic can tako bold
of a system thus forc-niined.
jslit'psiit or Indigestion, riead
nehc, ruin i;i tho Shoulders, Coughs,
'J'ightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations uf tho Stomach. Had Tasto
in tlio Mouth, llilious Attacks, l'alpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
I.tiugs, J'aiu in tho rcginn uf the Kid '
neys, ami a huiidml other painful symp
toms, aro thn olfcpritiga uf Dyspepsia.
One bottlowill pmve a better guaranteo
nf its merits than a lengthy udrcrtiso
incut. Scrofula, or Kine's Evil. Whits
PvrolliiiprK, I'iccra. ErviiH'ltta, bvrt'liwl Xcck,
(loitix, Senifuloua liillanitiiuliona, ludulcat
Iiiliammatumrt, Ai i-reuriitl Alloctinna, Old
burtu, Kruptimis of the Skin, 8r Eyca, ete.
In theMi. oa in all other niuatiliitio'uaj Dis
eases, Walkkb's Tukoas llirritaa hart
liutrn their t:eut curative Hinen ia tho
uioit obittiiinlu and intraclulile caace.
For liillaniiiinlory aud Ihronlo
I'liciilliatism. fjout, llilious, ICeniit
tout ami liiternnltent Fevers, Diseases ot
the Miaul, I. Ivor, Kiditers awl Madder,'
these llittera liavo no etitinl. 6ucll Uueawa
arc enuard liy ViliaH-d llloud.
Met'liniiiral Diseases. rersonstnv
fned in 1'uinUi mid Minerals, such as
lunilirra, Tyc-.i'Ucr, (inld beatera, and
Uiliers, ai they' nilvanco In life, are subject
to paralvait nf the Ilnwela. To (ruard
apnui-t thia. take n doee nf VVaLKSS S Vis-auAkllllTl':KSlK-caillnally.
ForSkiii Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Siill Uhcimi, ltliitchca. Sputa, l'iniploi.
Pustule, lluil, Cnrliiineloe, King worms,
Scalibheail. Sure Kyc Kryaiielaa, Iub,
biurK DincoUiriitiiina of the Skin, llumnra
and lliscuKa of Uio Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally tine np anil earned
out ol the kvhIimu iu a skuil liuio by tbe ue
of llieae Kilters.
l'iii. Tape, nnd other Worms,
lurkuin in the avatcmof so many thousands
aro etlitluiilly itvstrnyed and removed. e
VKtoiii iti uicilieiue, nn verniiliiteB, no an
tlieliiiinitlca will Iron the system Irvut vrorau
like theae Hitler.
For Female foniplnlnts,lnroun
or old, married or single, at the dawn nf wo
ruauhuial. or the turn of life, thea Tonie
Hitters di.plsr ao derided an influence that
iwprovuiucul i sunn pcrceptillo.
Cleanse the Vitiated IHood when.
ever rnntind iu inipuntioa buratmg thmugh
the skin in lunlea, Krupuona, oc Sorest
cleanae it when you find it obstructed and
rluL'irisb in the vein.; cleanae it when it is
foul ; yonr feeling will tell von when. - Keei
the blood pure, aud the health of the systeui
H. II. HrDOKAI.n CO.,
Propiriit. ami Geo Acta.. Sna Pnncieoo C.lirWrale
aad cir. of WiwIiH'Cton anil l.'h.rann Si... N. T.
Sold by alt Drugglel. ud IHalen. .
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AND OF COIRSB TUB CnBAPISTI
A Proclamation against High Price!
WB ar. now onnlnf np a lot of the b.t aa4
.. anu,nalile nnoili and Ware, evel
offeiwd la thia market, and at prim that reaiiad
on. of the food old davi of cheap thing!. Tbe
who lack faith opon tin. point, or deem oar all
futtona luperfluoui, noea nut
call ar oiR sronc,
Cnptiof Vrwitlt ABil MaU-kM fltPMlt.
Wlirr thty can iee, feel, hr and know for iUm
1rei. lo fulljandortiwd h ftrtchr.p (tou4H
. . . . l a j ia ...anrl
tj niLDtrutt ud lUmiu out itoAk. It U wul,
for U Hcvto thai
We have Everything that is NeecM
and on pu nrd tn thli market, and at prteM tkftl
MIOQiru (HMD HIV VDu jnunpr.
T AMKL GOOl'LANDElt,
DRY GOODS, NOTIOaNS,
HOSIERY 4 GLOVES,
Tl ATS A CAM and BOOTS A 61I0KS,
Tobacoo, Qroorlci and Fi.h, Kalla, Hardware,
Queen. ware and (jla.nware, Mi' ji
Boys' Cluihlnu, Droits l'.inls,
Olla, Bnbool ll'ioki,
S larje lot of Patent Medieiael,
Caadlee, Sou A Pried l-mlte, Cbwea aad Cra
era, Rook and Hide Powder,
Flour, Grain And PotAtoei,
rtf,-. and Tliaothv Seed,
Sole Lwlher, Morooooa, llnlnaa, Bi4ls MS
Thread, ghoeuiakere' Toole and 1
Fboa Fmdlnia. J
No frler variety of eoedi la "T '"IMri
eoanty. AH for .ale very low for cak w e"'r.
produe. at lb. Cbe.p Corner. Aug. IT. ''J
O the Pear, end feVrlveaer le the rf '
Lawrene. town.hlp. f ollcftton. naAs ad r
premwil r.lj( rf . 1 1,