Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, April 6, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated April 6, 1855 Page 1
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RY tiEO. W. BOH WAY NEW SERIES. in the matter of the intended application ol KiSPY I 1 ANDERSON, to the Court <tf Quarter Session*; „t Bedford County, at April Term, 18J.i, lor a: license to keep a Tavern in the hou-e now occu- j , pled by him as such, at the Bedford Springs, in the ( Township of Bedford, it being an old stand. , We, the subscribers, citizens of, ami residing with- , > jn the'bounds of Bedford township, do hereby certify, : t that we "te personally ami well acquainted with i |VW L. Anderson the above petitioner—that he is, < and we know him to he, of good repute, lor honesty 1 < and temperance, and is well provided with house t nxifii a nd conveniences for the lodging and uccornmo- s .'.ition of .-hangers and traveller-. And we do fur- | ' th-r certify, thiit we know the house lor which the t f ,-ense is prayed, ami from its neighborhood and situation believe it to he suitable for a Tavern, and j inrther, that such Tavern is ueces-ary to accotnmo- . dale the public and entertaiu strangers and travel- ! J lers. Daniel Washahangh, Jno. Watson, George r IV. Smith, VVm. Difwrt, David Patterson, Geo. ! Smith, .Matthew Pi.cson, Frederick \angle, j Johnson Hafer, Michael Weisel, Tito*. Knox, Jacob Setnler. March 30, 1855. l,i the matter of the intended application of JOHN BEICF. to the Court of Quarter Se—ioti* of Bcdlord County, at AprilTertn, 1 855, lor a License to keep 1 ; a Tavern in the house he now occupies in the Bo- i ) rough ot Bedford, it being an old stand. | J U'j; the -üb-c Fibers, citizens of, and residing with- ■ r in the bounds of Bedford do hereby certify, that we j t are personalis- and well acquainted with John Brice j a the above petitioner—tlt he is, and we know bun,' tn be. of good reptite, for honesty and temperance, t and is well provided with house-room and conven- I | lence- for the lodging arid accommodation ol strati- I gers and travellers. Ami we do further certify, that : s we know the house for which the licen-e i- prayed, j s and Irom its neighborhood and situation believe it to |.e suitable for aTavern, ami further, that such Tav- J erri is necessary to accommodate the public ami en- j " tertain strangers and fravelleis. j ■ Job Matin, Ilnglt Moore, O. E. Shannon, IVm. Schater, S. Davis, A. King, 4(44" Ar " i yf hl, G. VV. Hupp, John J. Luther, Joiitrßoor, i Ml. F. Harry, G. VV. Bowman. j [ March 30, I S5;. - - - In the matter of the intended application nfV ALEN TINF. STKCKMANN to the("<iwrf of Qtiarfer Ses sions ot Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for a License 1o keep a tavern in the house now oc- j j copied l>y hi,n as such, in the Boiough of Bt-dlord, , it being an old stand. ] We, the subscribers, citizens of. and residing with- | i in the bounds of Bedford Borough, do hereby certify, j , That we are personally "d weil acquainted with ; ; Valentine SterkmiHi the above jietilionec—that he is, j , and we know him to be, of good repute, for hono.ty , t and temperance, and is well provided with hniisiw, j "W ro om and conveniences for the lodging and aecommM\ \ of strangers ard travellers. And wnloflff i •her certify that we know the house {or which the ; license is prayed, and liom its neighborhood and sit- j nation believe it to be suitable for a 'Tavern, and lurther, that such Tavern is necessary to accotnmo- ' date the public, and entertain strangers and travel- > iers. 1 Isaac Mengte, Samuel Da vis, P. F. Harry, ( Samuel Barnhart, John Alsip, VV m. Keell'e, S. H. Tate, Job Mann, David F. Mann. John llafer, P. Radebaugh, Geo. VV. iiowuiati. .March 30, 1855. In the natter of the intended application of JOHN HAFER, in the Court of Quarter Sessions ot Bed lord County, at April Term, IS.'.', for a License . to keep a Tavern iti the tiou-P now occnpieil by Adam Barnhart as such, in the Borough of Bedford, 1 rt being an old stand. j 1 We. the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with in the bounds ci' Bedford Borough, do hereby certify, ' . that we are personally ami well acquainted with j J. llafer, the above petitioner —that he is. and we j know hitn to he, of good repute, lor honesty and j ( temperance, and is well provided with house-room am! conveniences lor the lodging and accommodation ; of strangers and traveller-. And we do further cer- | tify, that we know the hou-e for winch the license is j _ prayed, and irom its neighborhood and situation he- j lieve ,t to be suitable tor a Tavern, arid further, that , such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public j ] and entertain strangers and tiavellers. i , A. Kitiy;, S. H. 3 at', Job Mann, Vv m. M. 1 . Hall, John AKip, William Ritchey, Jno. P. : ] Recti, Jno. G. Minicli, J. Compiler, P. Rada-j batigh. Gen. VV. Bowman. March 30, 1>55. 1 in the matter of the intended application of DOMI NIC COOK, to the Court oi Quarter Se-sion- of Bedford County, at the April Term, 1855, for a License to keep a 1 avern in the house now occu pied bv Maj. Samuel Davis in the Borough of Bed- j i ford, it being an old stand. ■ 1 We, the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with- j ' in the bounds of Bedford Borough, do hereby certify, i ! ti.at we are personally and well acquainted with j ' Dominie Cook, the above petitioner—that he i-, and 1 wv know hirr. to be, of good repute, for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house-ioom 1 and conveniences tor the lodging and accommoda- i ' 'on of strangers and traveller*. And we do further , ' cettifv that we know the hou-e for which the license ] ' is piayed, and from it- rieighborhoo<i and situation ; believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, ! ' that such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the j public and entertain strangers and travellers. | f Valentine Slecknnan, Samuel Barnhart, Sam- I r uel Davis, P. Railahangh, A. B. Cramer, An- | drisSatipp, E. L. Anderson, S. H. Tate, J.>}> i j Mann, Lawrence Jamison, Geo. VV. Bowman, j B. F. Leader. j - March 30, 1855. i I In the matter of the intended application of JACOB i M'MNEBLEY, to the Couit of Quarter Sessions of j Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for a Lt- j ■cen-e to keep a Tavern in the house formerly oc- i cupied by P. Morningstar as such, in the Town of i Woodbury, it being an old stand. i i We, the subscriber®, citizens of, and residing with- ' in the hounds of Middle Woodbury township, do i • hereby certify, thnt we are personally and well ac- • quainted with Jacob Schnehiey the above petitioner j • —that he is, and we know hint to be, of good repute, ! 1 tor honesty and temperance, and is well provided i 1 With house-room and conveniences for the lodging : ' and accommodation of stiangers and travellers. And j ' we do further certify, that we know the house for ! ' which the license is prayed, and from its neighbor- : ' !">o<i arid situation believe it to lie suitable for a j ' Tavern, and farther, that such tavern is necessary to I accommodate the public and entertain strangers and I . tiavellers. Philip Schriner, P. Morningstar, A. Cris- , tvell, Daniel B. Bulger, Charles S. Oellicr, Ja- j cob Brent-man, D. L. Martin, Frederick Hoov- j er, Jeremiah Menlzer, Geo. D. Kauffinan, Da vid Diltz, Robert Brant. 1 March 30, 1855. in the matter of the intended application of JOHN ' 1 ODD, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Bedford ! I aunty, at April term, 1555, for a License to keep I a Tavern in the house he now occupies as such, in i the township of Bedlbrd, it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, citizens of, and residing within the bounds of Bedford township, do hereby certify, tha* we are personally and well acquainted with John Todd the above Petitioner—that he is, and we know him to be, of good repute, lor honesty ami temperance, and is well provided with house-room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and traveller-. And we do further certify, that we know the hou-e for which the Li cen-e is prayed, arid from its neighborhood and -ilu atiou believe it to he suitable for a Tavern, and fur- ! tber, that snelr Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Jno. Thos. Gepharf, David Zimrn<-rs, Wil liam Phillips, Joseph Sellers, I. E. Reigharf, Jacob Croii, Philip Lertard, Frederick Scbuu- | hly, John C. Ling, John Weisell, David Gard ner. Frederick Si!!. March 30, 1855. In the matter of the intended application of REU- j BEN SMITH, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of , Bedford County at April T., 185.1, for a Licen-e to ' keep a tavern in the house now occupied by Urn- . jamm Kegg, in the town t>( Rainsburg, being an ; old Stand. We, the subscribers, citizen-of, and residing with in the bounds of Colerairi Town.-hip, do hereby certi fy, that we are personally and well acquainted with Reuben Smith, the above petitioner—that he is. ar.il we know him to be, of good repute, lor honesty and ! temperance, and is well piovided with house-room j and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and ti avellers. And we do further cer tify, that we know the hou-e for which the license i, j prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation be lieve it to he suitable for a Tatein, and further. It at i such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public ami entertain stiangers anil travellers. William Cessna, Elias Gump, A. C. James, John Filler, A. Jx. Bowles, William Rose. Joseph lieck, Solomon Beegle, George James, J. M. Van Horn, George Boitz, P. M. Cessna, R. S. Miller. March 30, 1855. In the matter of the intended application ol JAMES ; KRAZIKR to the Court ot Quarter So*.ions ot Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for a Li- j c°iise to keep a Tavern ill the hou-e now occupied ' by A. J. Soively, in the Town of Schellshurg. vVe, the Mib-rribers, citizens of, and residing with in the bounds of Sciiell.-burg, do herebv certify, that we are personally and well acquainted viith James Erazier, the above petitioner—that he is. and we know tum to be, of good repute, for honesty and temjierance, arid i- well provided with house-room and conveniences lor The lodging and accommodation of strangers and tiavellers. And we do lurther cer tify, that we know the house tor which the licen-e is pra'.'ei!, and from its- neighborhood and situation ; believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, ! that such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the ; public and entertain stranger* and tiavellers. A. J. Sniveiy, J. S. Srhell, John Ketnrv, L. M. Sfatler, Doncnn McV'uker, J. M. Robe- i son, J. M. Shinofield, Isaiah Cor ley, Jacob j Koons, Peter Eualt, George M. Colvin, James [ Gallipiier. March 30, 1855. in the matter of the intended application of BER NARD O'NEAL to the Court of Qaitei Session - of Bedlori! County, at April Term, 1855, tor a Li cfnsp to kc*p't Tavern in the hotte now i hy him as -iwh, in the town of Chaneysvilie, it being an old stand. We, the snb-cribers, citizpii-of, and residing with in tile bounds of Chanevsville do hereby certii v. that we are personally and well acquainted with Bernard (I \eal the above petitioner: that he is, and we know him to he, of good repute, lor honesty arid tempi-r --anee, and i- well provided with house-room and con veniences for the lodging and accommodation ol -trangers and travellers. And we dofurther ceitify. that we know the hou-e tor which the licen-e u prayed, ami from it* neighborhood and situation lie- ; live it to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, that j such Tavern is nece-sary to accommodate the public j and enteitain stranger* and tiavellers. Michael Sill-, Me/ekiafi Farkman, Thos. Leasure, Archibald Cost<•■!, John Hlnjikley, Anthony Bennett, Jacob Keefe, Asa How-tire, John D. Pi-rclew, Adam Gieters, David Roland, Hugh Wilson. March 3 ), 1855. 11l the matter ol ibe intended application ot 111.NR. ; FLUCK, to the Couit uf Qiiart-r Sessions ot Bed- ; ford county, at April Term, 1855, for u License to _ keep a tavern in th.- house he now now occupies in the town of Woodberry, it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, citizens ot. and residing with in the hound- of Middle Woodbury Township, <!" hereby certify, that we are per-oi ally and well ac qiiainted with Henry Fluck the above petitioner— that he IS, and we know hull to he, of good repute, for honesty and temperance, and is well provided - with house-room and conveniences lor lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers. And we do further certify that we know the house for which the License is prayed, and from it- neighbor- , hood and situation believe it to he suitable for a Tav ern, and further, that such Tavern is nere-saty to ! accommodate the public and enteitain strangers and j travellers. S. Brumbaugh, Robert Bat net, David Stone- i rook, Jarnes Miller, Jacob C. Brumbaugh, Si mon Beard, D. I'. Brem man, Henry Rirlenctin, ; Jacob K. Smith, Lew is Pence, Alexander Croft, Henrv Brnmbangli, George Pen tier. March 30, 1855. In the matter of the intended application ot DA\!D A. T. BLACK to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for a Li- 1 cen-e to keep a TavFrn in the house he now oc cupies in the township ot East Providence, it be ing an oli! stand. Wr, the snb-cribers, citizens of, and residing with in the hounds of East Providence township do certi- | fy, that we are personally and well acquainted with David A. T. Clack the above petitioner—that he is. and we know hirn to be, of good repute, tor honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house- i room and conveniences for the lodging and accom- j modution of strangers and travellers. And we do further ceitify, that we know the house for which the license is prayed, and from its neighborhood and -it nation believe it To be suitable fur a Tavern, aid further, that such Tavern is necessary to accomodate the public and entertain strange is and travellers. ]\oah Frazv, Jacob Dichl, John H. Barton, , Thomas H. Grove, James K. Speuce, Adam ! Hintsh, William Barton, George Magraw. Elias K. VVasser, VVm. 11. Morgarl, Wni. W. Ramsey, John M'livffnc. March 30, 1855. In the matterofthe intended application of GFfIRQE 1 GALBACH to the Court of Quarter Se-sion of Bed- ' ford County, at April Term. 1855, for a license to keep a Tavern in the house he now occupies iu the township of Hopewell, it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, citizens of, ami redding with- BEDFORD, PA. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1855. in the bounds of Hopewell township do hereby certi-; fy, that we are"personally and well acquainted with George Gelbach the above petitioner—that he is, and we know him to he, of good repute, for honesty atufe leniperance, and i- well provided with house-room; and convenience- for the lodging and accommodation} of strangers and tiavellers. And we do further eer-ij tify. that we know the hou-e for which the licensejj is prayed, arid from its neighborhood and situation j believe it to be suitable (or a Tavern, and further,! that such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the [ public arid entertain strangers and travellers. David Echefbergnr, Abraham Fluck, John J Gorsuch, Thos. ,\. Young, Christian Beelzcf, Alexander Davis, William A. Young, John Dasher, Michael Fluck, Eli Fltick, William 1 (Jurtuch, J. Jlogan. March 30, 1855. in the matter of the intended application of EPH-5 HAIM McDANIEL To the. Court of Quarter Se#-j sioris of Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for | a License to keep a Tavern in the house now oc- ( cupied by Jesse Grove in the township of West j Providence, it being an old stand. We, ttie suli-rrihers, citizens of, and residing with- ' in the bounds of West Providence township do heie- j by certifv. that we are personally and well arquai'i- j ted with F.phratm M'Daniel the above petitiomv— ! that he is. and we know him to he, of good repute, ) tor honesty and temperance, and is well provided , with house-room and conveniences for the lodging ; and accommodation of strangers and travellers. Ami wq do further certify, that we know the house for which Ihe license is prayed, and from its neighbor hood and sanation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, ami further, that stub Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. M. M. Peebles, John D. Lucas, James Bel- j ford, Win. Murrav, Samuel K. Bollotnfield,; Win. K. Sips, T. li. Murray, Samuel B. 'J'ate, j Joseph E. Chamberliri, John H. Belfortl, Wil- j liaui Slates, Joseph Disorow. March 30, 1855. In the u.ulirr ot the intended application of JOSEPH j FULLER to tiie Court of Quarter Sessions ol Bed- ' ford County, at April Term, 1855, fur License . keep a Tavern iu the hon-e he now occupies in the , Township of Juniutu, it being an old stand. We. the subscribers, citizen- of, and residing with- , in the bounds of Juniata towitubip do hereby certify. ! tiiat we are personally and well acquainted with He above petitioner—and that he is. and we know him : to he, of good repute, for honesty arid temperance, j and is well provided with honse-toom and conveni ence- for the lodging and accommodation of stranger and traveller-. And we 'o lurther certify, that vie know the house for which the license is piuyed, and : from its neighborhood and st it nation believe it To j be suitable for a Tavern, and further, that stich Tav ern i- tiece-sarv to accommodate the [iiiblic and en- • TeiTain stiangers arid travellers. Lewis A. Turner, Nicholas K>'pr<r, Conrad ; Geyer, John Reilv, Joseph ColKdge, Charles 1 F. Smiili, Michael Huh-gass, Daniel Ralf'em perger, Uriah Adams. Jacob Milienberger, Jr., Philip Dear, Adam Deener. In the matter of tiie fntenfleit application ol" I 'A'< - 4 RICK. FINDLAY to the Court nt Quarter Sessm s ; of Bedford County, at A.piil Term, I S. r >s. tor a Li- i cense to kt ep a Tavern itl the hou-e he now occu pip- in the 'Township of Napier, it being an old j stand. We, the subscriber-, citizens of. and residing with- j in the bound - ol Napier tovvn-lnp do hereby certify, that we are personally and Well acquainted with Iho above petitioner—that he is, and we know hitti to be, ' ot good repute, fur honesty and temperance, and i- ■ well provided with house-room and conveniences t" r ' the lodging and accotumodation of stranger- and trnv- j ellers. And we do lurther ceitit v, that we know tlw hon-e for which the license is prayed, and from its ■ neighborhood and -ilruition believe it to l.u suitable- ' for a'Tavern, and further , that such Tavern is uece-- sary to accomodate the public and eiitcituiu strang ers arid traveller*. Nicholas Crisher, John H. Frazier, Davit! [j. : Bowser, John Row *>>:. John Burns, James Hays, | James Burns, Michael Ililh gass, Jacob Gorley, j Jacob B. Hiiligas-, John A. Bunn, Jcscpii j Brinkey. March 30, 1855. In the matterofthe o ttu!ed spnluation of DANIEL i R. A.MitfliUN to the Court oi (Juarler Session- 1 o! Bedford County, at Apul Term, 1855, tor a li cen-e to keep a Tavern in the house now occupied I hy Jacob i'. Anderson in the township of Cum- 1 berlatul Yallev. it being an old stand. We, ll.e -uh-ci il-ers. citizens of. nnd residing with in liie bound- of Cumberland \ alley Township do ! her. by certify, that we are pei-oiuilly and well ac- j qualified with the above petitioner—and t'nut he i-. j and we know him to he, 61 good repute, for honesty t and Temperance, and i- well provided with hon-e- i loom and convenience* for the bulging anil accom- j modation of stranger, and travellers. And we do ; 11: i tber eerily, that we know the house for which the , license t- prayed, and from its neighborhood and situ ation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, ami fur ther, that such Tavern i- necessary to accommodate : the public and entertain stiangers and travellers. H. J. Brunner. James Han>-v, Michael Boor, P. S. Thomftson, John Mav, Henrv Miller. Lewis A. May, John A. M'Cov, Nathaniel Oliver, 0. F. Brunner, John ilouck, Lorenzo Cessna. in The matter of the intended application of MI CHAEL MeCABE to the Court of Quarter Ses sions of Bedford Counlv, at Apnl Term, 1855, for a License to keep a tnven in the house j he now occupies in the township of Liberty, j it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with- | in the bounds of Liberty township do hereby certify, that we are personally and well acquainted with Mi chael McCahe the above petitioner—that he is. and we know bun to be, of good repute, lor ho"e.tv .uul

temperance, and i- well provided with house-room for tiie lodging and accom modation of -trangers and j travellers. And we do further certify, that we know the house for which the liren-e i- prayed, and Irom | its neighborhood and situation believe it to lie sitita- ) hie for a Tavern, and further, that such Tavern is ! necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Jacob Snirler, A. Entrckin, J. Cristnan, J. Cypher, Jacob Cypher, Peter Ellison, George i Roads, David Cypher, David Hish. Daniel i Cypher, D. S. Barkslresser, Daniel B. Long.' "March 30, 1555. In the matter of the intended application of JONA THAN FEIGHTNKR to the Court ofQuarter Ses- j sions of Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for > a License to keep a Tavern in the house he now j occupies in the township of Harrison, it being an i old staqd. Wr, the subscribers, citizen of, and residing with in the bounds of Harrison township do hereby certi-, fy, that we are personally and well acquainted j with Jonathan Feightner the above petitioner that he is, and we know him to he, of good i repute, for honesty and temperance, and i.- well pro- J Freedom of Thought and Gpinion. vided with house-room and conveniences for the ■ lodging and accommodation of strangers and travel lers. And we do further certify, that we know the : bouse (or which the license, is prayed, and from its . neighborhood and situation believe it to be suitable lor a Tavern, and further, tiiat such Tavern is neces ij.fcary to accommodate the public and entertain strang ers and travellers. Thomas Cook, John Geller, Joseph Fisher, Abraham Lehman, Husrh B.' Werlz, Peter j U ertz, Sr., Peter Wertz, Jr., JStties Wert 7., j. David Walters, Isaac Clark, W. W. Wertz,! Andrew Hixon. ■ March 30, 1855. F | In T fie matter of the intended application of DANIEL Si L. DEr IBAUGII to the Court of Quarter Sessions ■ ol Bedford County, at April Term. 1855, for a li cense to keep a Tavern in tfce house he now occu pies in the township of West Providence, it being i an old stand. , } WE, the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with j in the bounds of the township of VVe-1 Providence do j hereby certify, that we are personally and well ar ! quainted with Daniel L. Delihaugh the above peti- I tioner—and that he is, and we know him to be, of j good repute, for honesty and temperance, and is well j provided with house-room and conveniences for the j accommodation of stiangers ami traveller-. Arid we I do further certify, that we know the house for which ■ the license is prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation believe it to be suitable for a tavern, and further that -tich Tavern Q necessary to accommodate •the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Nicholas Koons, William Lvsinger, George Stnou.se, Michael S. Ritchey, John Stnonse, ! Michael Lutz, Andrew Mirfimore, George i MardoriT, (jeoige Sheare, Andrew .Movvery, ! Andrew Colasfe, J. G. Hartley. March 30, 1855. 1 In the matter of the intended application of THOS. j C. UEIGiIART to the Court of (iuarler Sessions { ol Bedford County, at April 'Term, 3855, for a li | cense to keep n Tavern in the house lie now occu pie- in the townshipot I'liion. it being an old stand. VYr.. the -üb-ci ihers, citizens of. and residing witb . in the bounds of L tiion township do hereby certily, that we are personally ami well acquainted will, ; 'J'hornas C. Reighart the above petitioner—that he ; i-. siihl we know him to be. of goo I lepute, 'or hones ! ty and terripeiai.ee, and is well provided with house room ami conveniences for the lodging and acconimo '■ dation of stranger- and .travellers. And we do further ; certiiv, that we know the hou-e for which the li ceu-e i- prayed, and from it- neighborhood and situa tion believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and for i ther, that sneh 'Tavern is nece.-sai v to accommodate ! the public and enteitain strangers and travellers. John Gochnour, David Gochuour, John ; Wini, Isaac Shtmer, Jacob Prcacbl**, John Moor hettd, Frmi'k. Shiirmr, Ariiim Hansv, J. D. ' Eckkard, Samuel H. Shaft-r, Moaea McJlwauie, j Join) Gochnour, J t. March 30, 1855 In the matter of the intended application of DAVID , ONE A L to the Court of Quai t*f Sessions o! Bed ford Cmety, at April Term, 1855. for a licene to keep a Tavern in the hou-e occupied hy Philip Evans iu the town-hip of Monroe, it being an old stand. VVE, the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with j in the bounds of Monroe township do hereby certiiv, that we are personally and well acquainted with David O'Neal the above petitioner—that he i-, and we know hint to he, of good repute, for honesty and temperance, and l- well provided with hon*e-ro>rn and conveniences tor the lodging and accommoda!ion of stranger* and travellers. And we do further cer tify. that we know the hou-e ior which the license is prayed, and Irom its neighborhood and situation believe it tn he suitable for a Tavern, ai d further, that such Tavern is neces-arv to accommodate the public nnd entertain strangers and travellers. George Yon St in**, ?-atl)an Winter, William Stuckev, Sr., J. L. Grove, Morgan Cooper, C. Evans, Joseph Barkman, Abraham Slnckey, VVm. Gilliam, Matliew Murray, Job O'Neal, ! Jonathan Horfon. March 3, JSSS. | - , In the matter of the intended application of ELIZA BETH HANKY, to the Court o! Quartr Sessions of Bedford Couai.t&t April Term, 1815, for a li cense to keep a Tav.-rri inlhe house she now occu pies in the Township of Cumberland Valley, it be ing an old stand. VVe. the subscribers, citizens of. and residing with j in the hoi iin is of Cumberland Valley township do hereby certiiy. that we are personally arid well ac quainted with Elizabeth llaney the above petitioner ' —fl at -h" i-. and we know her to tie, of good repnte. I for hone-ty and temperance, ami is well provided , with honse-rooin and conveniences ior the lodging ] and accommodation of stranger- and travellers. And we do further certify, that we know the hou-e for : which the licen-e is prayed, and from its neighbor- . I hood arid situation believe it to he suitable torn Tav ern. and further, that -itch Tavern is nere-saiy to < accommodate the public and entertain strangers and I j travellers. i j J. ('. Yickroy, P. S. Thompson, Jacob An- \ ilerson, John May, Jacob Brunner, David Britt, s Jonathan Hcndrickson, Henry Miller, J-sse < Dejhl, Lew is A. May, Emanuel Reegle,George Werlting, I March 30, 1555. A MiRACtE OF SCIENCE! [ Dr. C. L. KrtxtNc, of Mecbanicshurgh, Cumber land Co. Pa. annbiinces to ihose afflicted with Tu i mors. Wens, Cancers, Polypus, Laptis. Moles or 1 Marks. Scrofula or King's Evil; and all huve been usually treated with Gfc-tic or Knife, he . | can remove tbeni without cutting iburning or ftaiti ; | neither Chloroform or Ether isajKuiistered to the patient. It is no matter on \VjpsPjslrt of the body they are he can remove theji with perlect saftty, i and in a remarkably short time. No Mineral or i Vegetable poison, is applied; and no money required , I until a cure is perfected. , Prolapsis Uteri, Eemale complaints, Chronic Ven ereal and all other diseases treated with positive sue- • cess. Full particulars can be obtained by addressing . in either English or German post paid. Patients can be accommodated with Board on reasonable terms. Mechantcsburg is one ot the prettiest and healthly i town® in this or anv other State. It is 8 miles from I ; Harrisburg on the C. V. R. R. and accessible from ) all parts of thp Union. I The Dr. will visit cases In any part of the State . when desired. : Kinrl render if rpu knoir of any nfflicted fel- low-creature, delay not, to tell tfitm of this I treatment. ! March 2, 1855.—6 m.* I LEATHER. J FRITZ, HENDRY & €O. No. 29, North THIRD street, Philadelphia. I Morocco Manufacturers. Couriers and Impor ters of FRENCH Calf-Skins, and dealers in Red and Oak Sole Leather and Kipp. . March 9, 1855 ly. SrUct 13 oc t r . From the Louisville Journal. My liiildbotMpg Home. suggested by the Reception of a Bouquet dur ing a severe Illness. Oh! let them touch my burning brow, The petal- of those dewy flowers, And let my spirit wander now, Back through a nust of by-gone hours, To u sunny s|Hit in a tar off clime. Where 1 used to rove in my childhood's time. Mv childhood's home! how like a spell, Thy dear arid sacred memory tie- With.ii my heart—as in a well, The trembling light of starry skies Gleams through it - ciysta! depths a! even, Until they -eem a second heaven. And a sweet breath of Southern air Seem- stealing gently by me now, The -aine that stirred my sunny hair. Anil blew the bonnet liom tny brow, Long, long ago, when I had gone To gather flowers at early dawn. Again, with many a joyous bound, Mv tinv footsteps swiltly pass, Wiierp golden butter-cups were found, Half 1i..l ien nnd the rustling gra, And v iolet- from the soft green sud, Seemed nieekiy looking up to God. ' There often have f paused to hear The bee ins drowsy mam sing, Too gay and guileless then to fear, That Injury bees perchance might -ting; .My heart wa- all too fresh and warm, To think of ill or shrink Irom harm. And now along the good old hall is scatteied naif my fragrant store, For 1 have heard my mother'scali, AMI, dancing thiougb the open door. Her morning ki-s 1 fondly meet "And (ling my treasure at her feet. Then, with a light and stealthy tread 1 -teal behind my (other's chair, To fling a garland o'er his bead, •And twine it ':nui the silvery hair, Till every ro-e, with dewy glow, Seems blushing "m-nth a drift of snow. And now once more I seem to stand Where long dark shadows round me sweep, My gtpsy bonnet iu my hand, For the full sunlight dared not creep, With all its glittering pomp, between Those twining boughs or evergreen. I love the gay, glad things of earth, The siut.-hme, bird-, and streams and flowers; Yet would 1 hush my childish mirth, And, through those dim, sequestered bowers, Jn solitude, delight to steal— -I'was there 1 learned to think and feel. And oft I've spread a banquet (air, Of acorn cups and rose leaves bright, That fames might a<-emble there, To revel in the lair moonlight; I love to rlream of mysteries. Beneath those dark ancestral trees. That homestead is in ruins laid! Its fairest blossoms now are dead ! Yet still their deep and solemn shade. Upon tiie waving grass is shed; Thus often sunshine will depait, But shadows linger on the heart. Ain't rtow, when fever wildly burns. Within tine and aching breast Mv spirit through the past returns, Beneath that peaceful grove of rest; There Inve a ceaseless vilgil keeps, And pensive memory sometimes weeps. The rustling of a wild bird's wings, A star, a tlower, a gush of ram, The sight of sad or joyous things, Oft make tne seem a child again ; With voiceless eloquence they come. Bright phantoms of my childhood's home. ROSA. A Faithful Girl. A rase of woman's devotion has recently been biought to our knowledge, which certainly e quals anything that we hate ever met with in the realitis ot romance. 'l'he circumstances oc cured in this citv, and are perfectly well authen ticated. While the small pox was raging here a few weeks ago, a young man employed in a store on Luke street was seized with the disease. Tt was, of course, improper lor him to remain there : and the jieople with whom he lived, who were distant relatives of his, refused to permit him to stay in their house. The result was, that lie was taken to the pest house. It so happened that he was engaged to be mar ried to a most estimable and amiable young ladv. —No sooner did she hear of his condition than she determined at once that she would nurse him. —She underwent vaccination, and then went where they had taken her betrothed, to the pest house. Here she found him, alone, sick, wretch ed, deserted by all the world. And here she remained like a ministering angel, waiting he side his bed of pain, soothing his distresses and attending to his wants. He died. But how con soling must have been bis last moments. Though all the world had forsaken him, she, whom he loved better than all the world, ie tnained faithful to the last. Her hand it was that smoothed his pillow ; her eyes still beamed upon him with mournful but unabated affections: into her ear he poured his last words of love, of sorrow, and hopes that in this world might nev er he fulfilled. ' It recalled to our mind, when we heard it, tire words that Bulwer puts in the month of one of his character:—"To be watched and tended by the one we love, who would not walk blind and barefooted over the world !"— Chicago Ji i bunt, .March (Mh. Two HoRUtnLK CIRCUMSTANCES One.Man Kilted by his Own Hands, and .'1 not her by a Dog. —The following horrible story may be difftrult TERYIS, $3 PER YEAR. VOL XXIII, NO. 34. to believe, from its similarity to one which has been going; t l:e rounds of the newspaper press for the past years, but it i 3 nevertheless true. We obtained the circumstances from a friend resi ding in Allegheny, a female relative of whomar ri 'ed from the neighborhood on Saturday. On Monday week, quite early in the evening, the house of a widow fariv named Mrs. Fowler, sit uated six miles this side of Freeport, on the Al legheny river, in Westmoreland count y, was en tered by a man whose face was blackened, and whose evident intention was to rob her. She was a middle aged lady, ofgood circumstances, own ed a valuable farm, and had a considerable a rnount of money in the house. Scarcely had the man got fairly into the dwelling, when he was seized bv the throat, by a large dog, which killed him before he let go his hold. The rob ber was discovered shortly afterwards, and on his face being washed, it was discovered that he was Mrs. Fowler's own son-in-law! On the same day, a gentleman named Jacob Byerly, living in this county, about four miles from Freeport, shot himself, under the following circumstances: llis son had for some time been talking of going west, and on the day mentioned, came to the conclusion to start. Mr. Byerly was very much opposed to the idea, and did all in his power to prevent his oflspring from go ing. The old gentleman stood in the doorway of his residence when the son departed, and gazed after him until he had vanished from his sight, when scalding tears commenced coursing down his cheeks, and he seemed perfectly overpowered with emotion. .Mrs. Byerly, who was standing beside her husband, told him that there was no use mourning over it, as it could not be remedied, and that In* had better come into the house and partake of some food. He went in, but instead of doing as requested, he took down a rifle which was hanging against the wall, and going outside of the house, blowed his brains out.— The son had got but a mile and a-halffrom home when the tragical occurrence took place, and on being informed of the fact, lie retraced his steps, and found his parent weltering in his blood. Mr. Byerly was about forty-five years of age, was pos sessed of a large fortune, and had a numerous family.— Pittshu rg Union. A LITTLE INCIDENT. —It was about half-past nine o'clock in the morning, the dense log, through which we had been running for the last four or five hours had rendered the track so slippery that we had lost considerable time in climbing upgrades: but we were now running down a moderate giade, and as the log was gradually clearing away, we ventured to in crease our speed, and our engineer ever atten tive to his business, was constantly watching the track ahead, which was occasionally envel oped in clouds of watery vapor. As we were thus running along, I observed the engineer raise his hand to the cord attached to the whis tle. He held it tor a moment, and then gave the signal to "brake." Turning my eyes in the direction we were moving, I was barelv able to discern some small object upon the track a considerable distance ahead, but could not make out what it was. A moment more the engineer repeated the signal to "brake," in that peculiar manner which is instantly recognized by an ex perienced brakeman, as indication of imminent danger. The engine was reversed as if by ma gic, and as the steam was applied the driviug wheels whirled round in an op|>osite direction to that in which the train was moving. I now discovered that the object before us was a little child, apparently unaware of its danger. The almost constant screaming of the whistle, with which the engineer sought to (righten the little one Irom the track, seemed only to amuse it. The wheels of our engine grated and hissed upon the iron track, unable to step the train, which, owing to the slippery condition of the rails it was certain would send far beyond where the child was standing, before we could stop. Thus we rushed on with almost certain ty that tfie next minute that innocent, unsus pecting child, too young to know its danger, would be a mangled corpse. Turning my eyes to see if there was no one near to save it, I saw a ladv who seemed to be almost dying towards the child, but one glance showed me that the engine must reach it before her. The engineer had left i)is post, and was running rapidly along the frame work, to the front of the engine. In an instant he was crouching upon the "cow catcher," with one foot upon its low er bar, his hand extended towards the child, which, at the very moment it would have been crushed, he caught by its little arm, raised it from the track, and bore it along in safety. One more minute, and the child uninjured, was restored to its mo ther's arms. tC?-A NARROW ESCAPE.—On Thurs day last as Mr. Williamsof Silver Spring town ship was driving along the turnpike about a mile west of this place, in a buggy, the western train of cars approached, his horse frightened and dashed off at a furious gait towards town, and at West Street crossed the track of the rail road just in front of the locomotive, the buggy striking the rail so violently as to break one of the wheels to pieces, and otherwise materially injuring the carriage. Had the horse been a moment later in crossing the track Mr. W. would inevitably have been killed.— Carlisle Democrat. last Hanover Gazette says, Mr. Samuel Flickinger, residing about two miles from that place, came to that borough on Mon iiav afternoon of last week, and after perform ing some of his antics, he left town in the even ing, and as he did not reach his dwelling that evening his wife becoming alarmed sent thfir daughter in pursuit of him when she found him Iving in a field, about a mile from that place, dead. On Tuesday a jury was summoned, and gave as their verdict "that he came to his death from drunkenness and exposure."