Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, April 13, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated April 13, 1855 Page 1
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15 V W. BW A\. NEW SERIES. 1„ the matter of the intended application ol ESPY j ANDERSON", to the Court of Quarter Sessions „7 Bedford County, at April Term, 1815, for a J jpense to keep a Tavern in the house now oecu p,„i by him a" st**(, a* ** Bedford Springs, in the Township of Bedford, rt i'iag an old stand. \\ e. the subscribers, citizen# of, and residing with in the'bounds ol Bedford township, do hereby certify, j ta.it we are personally and weil acquainted with ■ ,-.. n , L. Anderson the above petitioner—that he is, and'we know hicn to be, of good repute, lor honesty temperance, and is well provided with house room ami conveniences for the lodging and aecommo- Cation of stiangeri and traveller.-. And we do fur- j tj.er certify, that we know the house lor which thp t u . fn e i- prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation believe it to he suitable lor a Tavern, and ; iartber, that such Tavern ;# neces-ary to acconiaio- j slate the public and entertain strangers and travel lers. Daniel Washahaugb, Jno. \V a I son, George IV. Smith, VVm. David Patterson, Geo. Smith, Matthew Pi< rsoti, Frederick Mangle, Johnson Hafer, Michael WVisel, Titos. Knox, : Jacob Sender. March 30, 185.). In the matter of th intended application of JOHN JiRICE to the Court of Quarter Session- of Bedford County, at April Term. 1855. lor a License to keep a Tavern in the house he now occupies in the Bo- : romih ot Bedford, it Ireing an old stand. U'r.the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with- j in the bounds of Bedford do hereby certify, that we are personally arid weil acquainted with John Brtce the above petitioner —that he is, and we know ban to be, of good repute, ior honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house-room and conven ience-for the lodging and accommodation of stran ger- and travellers. And we do further certify, that ue know the bouse for which the license i- prayed, .liul from its neighborhood and situation believe it to he suitable for a Tavern, and further, that such Tuv- j .•rn is necessary to accommodate the public and en tertain strangers and travellers. Jib Mann, Hugh Moore, f). E. Shannon, IVm. Schafer, S. Davis, A. King, John Ar il iM, G. W. Rnpp, John J. Lilt her, John Boor, P. F. Harry, G. IV. Bowman. March 30, 1855. J,, the matter o! the intended application o| \ AI.FN TIXE STECKM AN, to the Court ol Quarter Ses sions of Bedford Courtly ,at April Term, 1855, tor a License to keep a tavern in the Iwwise now oc enpied by him as such, in the Borough of Bedford, i: being an old staii. We. the subscribers, citizens of, find residing with in the bounds of Bedford Uoiougb, tin hereby certify, that we are personally and well acquainted with Valentine Steckman the abovepetitinner—that he is, and we know hun to be, of good repute, for honesty and temperance, a.d is v!l provided v. ith house room and conveniences ior the lodging and aceotumo gadon of strangers ar*l travellers. And we do fur ther certily that we know the house for which the license is prayed, and trom its neighborhood and sit uation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, that sncn Tavern is nece- ary to accommo date tbt public, and entertain sftangers and travel lers. Isaac Mengle, Samuel Davis, B. F. Harry, Samuel IJarnhat t, John Alsip, VI m. Keeffe, XH. Tate, Juh Maun, David Matin, John Hafer, I'. Radebaugh, Geo. \V. Bowman. March 30, 1855. In the matter of tin* intended application ol JOHN , HAFER, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Bed ford County, at April Term, 15,1,1, for a License to keep a i'avpin in the hou-<> iow occupied by A lam Barnhart a such, in the Borough of Bedford, it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, cifizpn= of, an"! residing with in the bound- of Bedford Borough, do hereby certily, : That we are personally ami v.ell acquainted with J. Hafer, the aoove petitioner—that lie is. atul we know him to he, of good teptite, for honesty ami temperance, and is well provided wilh house-room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation ; of strangers and travellers. Am! we do.further cer tify, that we know- the hou-e lor which the licer.-e is | prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation be ji-ve it to be Mutable tor a Tavern, rod further, that sncli Tavern i-neces-arv to accommodate the public j atul entertain strangers and tiaveilers. A. King, S. 11. Tat*-, Job Mann, VVm. M. Hall, John Alsip, William Rite hey, Jno. i *. Rei-d, Jno. G. Mirtich, J. Compher, P. Racia battgh, Geo. VV. Bowman. March 30, 1x55. in the matter ol the intended application of POMI- N!C COOK, to the Court of Quart* r S>*-ions of Bedford Connfv, at the April Term, 18.15, fora License tokeepa Tavern HI the house now occu pied hv Maj. Samuel Davis in the Borough of Bed lord, it being an old stand. We, the subscriber#, citizens of, arid residing with- | in the bounds of Bediord Borough, do hereby ceit fy, . that vve are personally and well acquainted with Dominic Cook, the above petitioner—that he i-, and we know hitr. to be, of good repute, lor hone-ty and 1 temperance, atul ts well provided with house-room ami conveniences lor the lodging and accoinmoda- ■ tion of strangers and travellers. And we do further 1 certify that we know the hoti-e for which the license 1 I-prayed, and from it- neighborhood ami situation | believe it to be suitable for a Tveri. and further, that <uch Tavern is necessary to accommodate the ' public and entertain stranger- anil travellers. *n Valentine Stockman, Samuel Barnhart, Sam uel Davis, p. Radahaugh, A. B. Cramer, AM <!risSatipp, E. L. Anderson, S. If. Tale, Job Mann, Lawrence Jamison, Coy. VV. Bowman, B. F. Leader. March 30, 1855. b 'l:e matter of the intended application of JACOB HNEBLF.Y, to the Court ot Quarter Sessions of Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for a Li cense to k"ep a Tavern in the house lorinerly oc- : "'iipied by P. Morningstar as such, in the Town of W oodbory, it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with in the bounds of Middle Woodbury town-hip, do . hereby certify, that we are personally and well ac- j quainted wan Jacob Schnehley the above petitioner —t Ear he is.and we know him to be, of good repute, ; lor honesty and temperance, and is weil provided ' with honse-rootn and conveniences for the lodging ' anil accommodation of strangers and travellers. Anil j V " I'O turther certify, that we KNOW' the house for Wtudi the license i-prayed, and troni its neighbor ''ood and situation believe it to lie suitable for a Cavern, and further, that such tavern is nece-sarv to i nccornmodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Philip Schriner, P. Morningslar, A. Cris well, Daniel B. Bulger, Charles S. Oelhg, Ja cob Brenemao, D. L. Martin, Frederick Hoov er, Jeremiah Mentzer, Geo. D. KaufTman, Da- j V "1 Diltz, Robert Brant. March 33, 1855. In the matter of the intended application of JOHN j ' 1 'l>ll, to the Court of Qua i ter Sessions of Bedford ' ouiity, at April term. iSSS, for a License to keep 1 a Tavern in the house he now occupies as such, in ■ the tow nship of Bedlord, it being an old stand. We, the subscriber-, citizen- of, and residing ■ within the bounds of Bedford township, do hereby certify, tha' vve are personally and well acquainted ; with John Todd the above Petitioner — that hei-, and we know him to lie. of good repute, for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house-room ' and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers. And we do further certify, that we know the hon-E for winch the Li cense is prayed, and from its NEIGHBORHOOD! and -ilu ation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and fur ; ther, that such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Jno. Thos. GejJiart, David Zimmers, Wii i liain Phillips, Joseph Sellers, I. E. R-igfat:, Jacob Groil, Philip Lenard, Frederick Schna.- •ilv. John C. Lin-#, John Weisril, David Gard ner, Frederick Si!!. March 30, 1855. In the matter of the intended application ol KEL*- BEN SMITH, to the COM L of Quarter Session-of Bedford County at April T.,18.1.1, lor a Lieen-e to keep a tavern M the house now occupied by Ben jamin Kegg, in the town of Rainsburg, being U old stand. WE, the sub-rnher-. cit'zen- of. and residing with in the bounds of Colerain Town-hip, do hereby certi fy, that we are personally arid well acquainted ml I Reuben Smith, tin* above petitioner— that lie is, and we know him to be, of good repute, for hone-ty ai d temperance, and is well piovided with honse-room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation ;of strangers and travellers. Am! we do further cer tify, that we know the house for which tile LICENSE i | prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation be- ; iieve it to he suitable for a Tavern, and further, that such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public ; and entertain strangers and travellers. William Cessna, Elia*'Gump, A.C. James, John Filler, A. X. Bowles, William Iv* '#>-, Joseph Beck, Solomon Beetle, George James, J. M. V.m Horn, George Bottz, P. M. Cessna, R. 8. Miller. March 30, 1855. IN the matter of the intended application o: JAMF.S F!v AZi ELL to the Court of Quarter Ses-ions ot ! Bedford County, at April Term, 1835, for a 1,1-c"ir-e c"ir-e |o keep a Tavpin in the house now occupied I by A. J. Snively, in the Town of Srhellshurg. We, the -tib-cribers. citizens OF, and residing with- IN the bounds of i>c hell-burg, do hereby certify, THAT ; we are personally and well acquainted with James Frnzter, the above petitioner — That he is, and we know him to be, of good repute, lor honesty and temperance, and is well provided with hotite-rnnm and conveniences lor the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers. And we do further cer , lily, that we know the house for which the Ecen-E is prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, that such Tavern IS necessary to accommodate tin; public and entertain strangers and tiaveilers. A. J. Snively, J. S. Sclieli, John Kemry, L. M. Siatier, Duncan MiA inker, J. M. RoX sor:, J. M. Shinefield, Isaiah Cor ley, Jacob Koons, Peter Ewall, (*e <rge M. Colvin, James Gallipher. Marcii 30, 1855. In the matter of the i: TEL .! D application ol 111 II NARD O'NEAL to the Court of Qarter T-e-sio> of Bedford County, at April Term. 185,1. for a Li cense to keep A Tavern in the house now occupied 1 by him as -UCLI, HI the town ot Chaueysvili •. it being an old STAND. VVe, THE SUB rrihers, citizen- of. and residing with in the bounds of Chaney-vi'LC do hereby certify, That ' we are personally and weil acquainted with Bernard O'Neal the above petitioner: that he is, and *.se know I him to he, of good repute, for honesty and temper ance, and i- well provided with house-'fooin atul con veniences lor TFTE- lodging and accommodation of sTrang"rs atul travellers. And we do further certify, that vve know trie house lor which the lin-n-e is : prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation be \ live ir to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, that ■ such Tavern I- m ce -ary to accommodate the public and entertain stranger.- and travellers. MicLael Sills, HeZ'l iah Parkrr.an, Thos. L'-ssure, Archil aid fav-et, John Blankley, | Anthony I>ennett. Jacob K 'efe. Asa H*>vvs:ire, I Joim D. Perrievv, A<!a;r Giet.*rs, David Roland, ; Hugh Wilson. I March 30, 1855. | ; —i—- o- IN the mutter ol liie intended application ol iIr.NID 1 FLUCK, To the Court of QUARTET Sessions ol Bcd- Joi'*! lonntv, at April Term, 1855, lor a License to KEEP a tavern in the house H~ now now occupies in the town ot Woodberry, it being an old statu!. We, the subscribers, CITIZEN® of, and residing with in the bounds of MIDDLE Woodbury Township, do hereby certify, that WE are per-ouaiiy and well ac- J quaii ted with Henry Flnck TIL" above petitioner— ; that be is, a. id We know iiiui to be, of good repute, lor honesty AND Temperance, and is well provided with bon-e-room and conveniences for lodging and j accommodation of strangers and travellers. And vve do further certify that we know the house for which TLIE License is prayed, and from if- neighbor hood and situation believe it To be suitable for a Tav -1 ern, and further, that such Tavern is nece-sary to J accommodate the public ami enteiiain strangers and tiaveilers. | S. Brumbaugh, Robert Baruet, David Stum - j rook, James Miller, Jacob C. Bruti.banirb, S;- ; mini liearii, D. P. Breneman, Henrv Itioericufr, i Jacob K. bmith, Lewis Penc, Alexancior Croit, Henrv Brumbaugh, George Pentier. -March 30, 1855. , in the matter of the intended application of DAV !]) A. T. 81-ACK to the ('.uirt of Quarter Se.s-ion.s of Bedford County, at April Term. 18.1.1, for a 1.1- ' cense to keep a Tavern in the iinu.se lie now oc cupies in the township of FU-t Providence, IT BE | ing an old stand. WE, the sub-cribers, citizens of, and re-iding w itb ; in the bounds of F.a-t Providence township do cert.- fy, that we are personally and well acquainted with , David A. T. Black the above petitioner — lbat he is, | and we know him to be, of good repute, tor hoiie-ty j and temperance, and is weil provided with house- : : room ami conveniences for the lodging and aceom ! mo'lation of strangers and travellers. AI d WE do { ' further certify, that we know thebou-E for which the | license is prayed, and from its rieighboriiood and St --; nation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, aid further, that -itch Tavern is necessary to accomodate ; the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Noah Frazy, Jacob Dichl, John IT. Bnr'on, ! Thomas 1). Grove, James K. Spvncc, Adam Hinish, William Barton, George Magraw. Elias Iv. Wasser, Wnt, H. Morgait, VVm.: VV. Ramsey, John M'ilvani*. March 30, 1855. ! In the matter of the intended application oI' GEORGE , I GALBACH to the Court of (iuarter Se-stpn of Bed- , ford County, at April Term, 1855, for a 1 cense To keep a Tavern in the house he now occupies in the I township of Hopewell, it being an old stand. ' VVe, the -tib-cribcrs, ritizeps of, and re-i.!ing w ith- ■ BEDFORD, PA. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL IR, 185.5 in the bounds of Hopewell township do hereby certi ly, that we are personally and well acquainted with George Geibach the above petitioner—that he is, and. we know turn to be, of good repute, lor hone-ty ami temperance, ami i- welt provided with honse-room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and tiaveilers. And we do turther cer tily. that we know the hon<e lor which the license is prayed, and trom its neighborhood ami situation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, that such Tavern i- necessary To accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. David Echi'lherrer. Abraham Fluck. John Gois'uch, Thos. N. Yoitntr, Christian Bevl7.fl, Alexander Davis, YViHiant A. Yoimpr, JolH.) Dasher, .Michael Flock, Eli Fiuck, Wiiliam (Jorsuch, J. ft goo. .March 30, 1555. In lhe matter of Hie intended application o! HlMl- UAIM .McDANIEJ. To The Court of (Tuaifer So-- -ion-of Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for a Eio.ui*.- to keep a Tavern 111 tile house now oc cupied bv Jes-e Grove in the township ot West -i'-iovulencc, it being an old stand. We, the sub-cribeis. citizens 01, and residing with in the bounds of West Biovidenrp township do heie by certify, that we are personally and well acquain ted with F.phraim M'Dann l the above petitioner— that he I-, and we know him to be, of good repute, for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with hou-e-room anil convenience- lor the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers. And we do further rertify, that we know the house tor which the license i- prayed, arid from its neighbor hood mid situation believe if to be suitable lor ii Tavern, and turther, that such Tavern i- mce-sarj to accommodate the public and entertain stranger and tiaveilers. M. M. Peebles, John D. Lucas, James Bel ford, VVm. Murrav, Samuel K. Bottoinfiehl, Wirt. Id. Si;:s, T. !i. Murray, -a.uuei B. Tale, Joseph E. Cbartiberiin, John ii. Beifonl, Wil liam States. Joseph Di-hrow. March 30, 18..5. In !! <• matter ot the intended applicaiun ol JO.-i.l'll FOLLT.H to the Court of Qua iter Ss-inns of Bed- I'Hil County, at April Term, !555, for i-icense keep a Tavern in ttie hon-e he now occupies in the Township of Juniata, it being an old stand. We, the subscriber-, citizen- of,and residing with in the bound- of Juuuita Township do hereby certify, that we are per-onaiiy. and well ar(;ueinted with ttie above petitioner—and That tie is, and we know him to be. of good repute, for hopegty and temperance, and is well provided with house-room and conveni ences tor the lodging and accommodation of strangcr and travellers. And we do further certify, that we know the house tor which the iicen-e is prayed, and from its neighborhood and stitoatron believe it to be suitable tor a Tavern, and further, that -itch Tav ern is nece-sary to accommodate the public and en tertain strangers and traveller-. Lewis* A. Turner, Nicholas KConra<l Geyer. John IB ilv, Joseph Golledge, Charles F. Sttitlh. Micha'-I lliil-*iiass'. Daniel Ralt'em perger, T'riah Aria IT, S. Jacob Mtltenbcrger, Jr., Philip Pour, Adam Deetter. In TLI" "matter o;" tie* ifiTeruled iippiieafion OL H'!'- RICK FiNFLA Yto t!-" Court ol Quaiter f*essinns of Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, for a l.i cer.se to kepp a Tavern if the bo|i- lie now occu pie- in It.e'i'own-iup of Napier, it being an. old s'aiul. We, the subscribers, citizens of, and residing with in The bounds of Napier too n-tiip do hereby certify. tl. it we are personalty and well acquainted with the above petition**! that to- i-, and we know him to ho, of good repute, for hoiie-ty ami ternjseruiio'. and is well provided with hoti-e-r. oin and conveniences for the lodging anil accomir.odatuui o! strangers and Trov ' lifts. And we do lurtluff ceitlfv, that we knov. the hoti-e for which the license is prayed, and from* its neighborhood and -iti tmn b iieve it to be suituble for a i avern. and Im t her . that sueli Tavern is nere-- sary to accomodate the public and entertain strang ers and tiaveller-. Nicholas Grislier, John H.Frazier, David 11. Bowser, jnhri B'livser, John Burn#, James Hays, James Burns, Michael Htllec.iss, Jacoi> Coriey, Jacob B. Hilivga.-s, Jobn A. Bonn, Joseph Brio kev. * March 30, 1855. In the nißttei of :.e intended upplienupn of DAN! F.I. R. ANDERSON to the Court of Quarter Session# of Bedlord County, at April Term. 1855. tor a !i --c-u-e to keep j. Tavern in ttie bouse now occupied by Jacob B. Anderson in the township of Cum berland Valley, it be.ing r.n old stand. V.'e, the suli.criber-. cit zens 01. tind residing with in ?b" bound- of (.'un.berifitld Valley 'J'ovvn-bip do imteL-v cert:|y. ti at we are pcirorm iv at:.! well ac quainted with the above petitioner—and that be i-. and we know birn to be, ol good repute, lor borie-tv and Temperance, and is well provided with hon-e --rocci and conveniences j>r the lodging arid m rnm mooHtion of stianger.s :sllvi traveller-. And we rio further verify, that we know the house for which the licen-e i- prayed, and from its neighborhood and situ ation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, ami tur ther, that snrh Tavern i- neee-saiy to accommodate ttie public and entertain strangers and travellers. H. J. Brunner, James Hamy, Michael Boor, P. S. Thompson, Joint .May, Henry Miller. Lew s A. May, John A. M'Goy, Nathaniel Oliver, [J. F. Brunner, John iiotick, Lorenzo t'es-rKI. in tDe natter of the intended application of MI CHAEL McCABEto the Court of Quarter Sc-- s:oi sof Bedford Countv, -at April Term, 1855, fur a Licen-e to keep a taven in the house be now occupies in the township of Liberty, it being an old stand. VVe, the subscribers,citizens of, and residing with in ttie bound- of Libeity township do hereby certily. that we are personally and well acquainted with Mi chael McCabe the above petitioner—that he is, ami we know him to be, of good repute, lor honesty and tenrjpeiance, and i- ue|l provided with honse-room for Cm lodging and accommodation of strangers ami

travellers. And we do further certify, that we know the house for which the license i- prayed, and trom its neighborhood and situation believe it to he suita ble for a Tavern, and turther, that such Tavern is neccs ary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Jacob Snider, A. Enlrekin, J. Crisman, J. Cypher, Jacob Cypher, Peter Ellison, George Road.-*, David Cypher, David Hish, Daniel Cypher, f>. S. Barks*.resser, Daniel B. Long. March 30, 1555. In the matter of the intended application ofJONA- I HAN FKIGHTNER to the Court of Quarter Ses sions of Bedford County, at April Term, 1855, lor a License to keep a Tavern in the house he now occupies in the township of Harrison, it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, citizen of, and residing with in the bound# of Harrison township do hereby certi fy, that we are pcr-ona'dy and well acquainted with Jonathan Feightner the above petitioner —that lie is, and vve know him to be, of good repute, for bonp-ty arid temperance, mid is vwl] prn- Freedom cf Thought and Opinion. ■I vided with honse-room and conveniences for the i lodging and accommodation of strangers ami 'ravel -1 i lers. And we do turther ceitify, that vve know the houe tor which the !icene is prayed, and fiom its neighborhood and situation believe it to he suitable ■ for a Tavern, and further, that such Tavern is neces • sary to accommodate the public and entertain strang ers and travellers. Thomas Conk, John Celler, Joseph Fisher, Abraham Lehman, Hugh B. IVertz, Peter Vvertz, Sr., Peter Wert?., Jr., James Wert?, David Wallers, J-aac Clark, W. W. Wertz, Andrew Hixon. .March 30, 1855. In the matter of the intended applies: ;ou ol DANIEL L. DE FIB AUG II to the Court of Quarter Sessions of County, at April Term, 1855. fora li cense to keep a Tavern in the bouse he now occu pies in Ihe town-hip of West Providence, it being an old stand. We, the subscribers, citizens of. and residing with in the hounds ol the township ol We-t Providence do hereby certily, that we are per-onally and well ac quainted with Daniel L. Detihaugh the above peti tionei—and that he is, and vve know him to he, of good repute, for honesty am) temperance, and is well provided with honse-room and conveniences for the accommodation ol strangers and travellers. And we do further certify , that we know the house for vvhioh the license is prayed, and from its neighborhood and situation believe it to be suitable for o tavern, and further that such Tavern i*; necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers. Nicholas Loons, William Lvsinger, George Sitionse, .Michael S. Ritchey, Joint Strtottse, Michael Jjtilz, Andrew Moriimori*, George MardorfT, Shea re, Andrew .Mower y, Andrew C<>'tt£e, J. G. Hartli v. March 30, 1x55. In the matter of the intended application of THOS. C. REIGIIART to the Court of Quarter Ses-ions ol Bedford County, at April Term, ,1855, for a li cense to keep a Tavern in the house h" now occu pies in th<* tovvnshipof t n on, it being an old stand. 'Vr , the sub-criijers. citizens ot. ami residing with in the bound- of Union township do hereby cerfilv. ■ that we are personally and well acquainted v# ill. Thomas C. Tb'ighart the above petitioner—that be i-. and vve know him TO lie. of good repute, tor hone-- tv ami temperance, and is well provided with hou-e --innm and conveniences for the lodging and accommo dation of stranger- and travellers. Ami vve do further ceftify, that vve know the house which the b cen-e i- prayed, and from if- neighborhood and situa tion believe it to lie Mutable tor a Tavern, ami fur ther. that such Tavern is necessary to accommodate : the public and entertain strangers and traveller-. J;>hn Gochnour, David Giichoour, John Wtnt, Isa.ic Siiimer, Jacob Pr .-ebb-, John Moor head, Freii'k. Shinier. z\i:arn liattsv, J. D. Eckharc!, Samtiei 11. SfaXr, Mosvs Mclinaitm, John Gochnour, Jr. .March 33, 1855 in the matter of the inteuiled application o('DAS lD O'NEAL to tlie Co'nrt ol (inaiter Ses-ions ot - ford County, at April Term, IXIS. for a license to keep a Tavern in the ftou-e orcilpieil by Philip F.vans in the town-hip of .Monroe, it being an old st and. YVk. the sub-cribers. citizen# of, and residing with in the bounds of Monroe town-hp <i<> hereby certify, that vve are personally aid weli acquainted with David O'N'eal the above petitionei that lie is, am! vv* i.now hi in to-be, of good repute..tor honesty an.! temperam* '. and i- well provided with house-room and convenience- for the lodging and scrbmmodation ol strangers and travellers. And vve do further cer tify. That vv e know tie* bouse lor which the license is prayed, ami from its neighborhood and situation believe it to be suitable for a Tavern, and further, tk.i* such Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers ami traveller-. (j- re * V>n Stine, Nathan YVinter, William Sliirhi'V, Sr., J. L. Grove, Morgan C")or >r. c. Evans,Joseph Barkman". Abraham Slnrkt-v, IVm. Gilinrn, Mathew Murray, Job O'Neal, Jonathan Hnrton. March 3), 1853. In the matter of the intended application of ELIZA BETH HAXF.Y, to fhe Com 1 of Quarter Sessions ot Bedford County, at April Term. 1855, fnr a Ii- L censi* to keep ■; Tavern in ttie liouse siie now ocru- : pies in ttie Township ofCumheiland Valley, it be i! g an old slant!. We. the subscribers, citizens of. and residing with in tlie bounds of Cumberland Valley Township do hereby certify, that vve are personally arid well ac- e quau,ted with Elizabeth Haney fhi* above petitioner g at -he i-, ami vve know her To lie, of good repute, tor • onestv and temperance, am! is well provided , ■ with house-room and convenience- for the lodging ' and accommodation ol -trangers aed travellers. And 5' vve do further certify, that vve know the house for \\ vv hieli The licen-e i- prayed, ami from its neighbor- j hood ai d situation believe it to b<* ,uitab!e fora Tav ern. arid further, that such Tavern is nere-sa'ry to accommodate the public and entertain stranger# and ° . tiavellers. !! i. C. Vickroy, J'. S. Thompson. Jacob An- n i oersnn, John Mav, Jacob Brurmer, David Brill, it Jonathan Hendricksnn, Henry Miller, Jesse a i Deihl, Lev, is i\. May, Emanuel Heroic, (Jeorgo it J March 30, 1x55. ft A MIRACLE OF SCIcNCH! Dr. C. L. Krt.t.is >, of Mecliaiticsburgb, Cumber- rr | [ami Ci*. Pa. anuoiince- to those alilieted with Tli- JJ tnoi#. Wens. Cancers, Polypus, Lnptw. Moles or ' ' Mark#, Scrotula or King's Evil; and all diseases tha- " have been usually treated with Cau.-tic or Kiaie, l.e p can remove them without cutting, burning or pain ; |i neither Chlorolorm or Ether is administered To the c patient, it i- no matter on what part of the body tbey are he can remove them with pcrleet safety, * sl and in a remarkably short time. No Mineral or ' Vegetable poison, is applied; and no money required n ; until a cure is perfected. f, Prolap-is Fteri, Female complaints. Chronic Yen erenl arid all other tit-eases treated with positive #uc j cess. Full particulars can be obtained by addressing in either English or German post paid. Patients can be accommodated with Board on reasonable terms. 3 Mechanirsburg is one ot the prettiest and health!}' town# in this or any other State. It is *- miles Iroin , Harriburg on tiie f'. \.R. K. and accessible trotn ail part# of the Cnion. n The Dr. will visit cases in any part of the State j; ' when desired. rr Kind re" tier if you knov of on;/ ajjlictedfel low-creature, ti'lay not, iu it'll them oj this treatment. March 2, ISss.—Gir..* p LEATHER. £ FRITZ, HENDRY L CO. r ' ; No. 29, North THIRD street, Philadelphia. s , Morocco Manufacturers, Couriers and linpor- b I ters of FRENCH Calf-Skins, and dealers in Red o i and Oak Sole Leather and Kijip. ; Match 9,1855 ly. ~ J< Srlctt ncctrri. "Haliowfd he thy Azmc." nv* itiss KI.IZ.V COOK. List to the dreamy ton Jhft jt.wgl.U,. In rippling wave or sighing tree: Go. hearken to the old church bells. The whi-Tliiig bird, 'lie whizzing bee, Infrepref right, and ye will lirid : Ti# ♦•■ power .vmi glory" they proclaim, Ttie ehiines. the creature-, wafers, wind. All publish, "HAt.r.ovvKO BE THY XVUK!" Tb pilgrim journeys till h* bleeds To gain the altar of his sire#; The hermit pore# above bis beads. With zeal that never wanes or tires ; But holie-t rite, or longest prayer. That soul can yield or wisdom frame. What better import can it bear Than, Father! 'TIAI.I.OWKD BI: THY MVIK !" The savage kneeling to the sun. To give his thank# or a#k* a boon ; The raptures of the idiot one, Who laugh- to see the clear round moon ; The sair t well taught in Christian lore. The Moslem prostrate at hi- flame— Ail worship, wonder, and adore: All end in "HALLOWED IN: THY NAME!" Wnale'er may be man's faith or creed. Those precious words comprise IT still ; We trace them on the bloomy mead, VVe hear them in the flowing rill. On** chorus bail# the Great Supreme, F.acri varied breathing tells the same; The -trains MAY differ—but the THUMB 1 . Father! "HALLOWED IIF THY NAME!"* " TiiV Uili bi' IJliUf. " FY VLL-S ELIZA COOK. Let the scholar and divine. Tell us how to pray aright: Let the troths of Gospel shine. Willi their precious bailow'd light ; But the prayer a mother taught, Is to me a matchless one ; Eloquent ami spirit fraught Are the words— "THY WILL BE DOSE.'* Though not fairlv understood, Still those won!#, at evening hour. Implies some Being great and good, (if mercy, majesty and power. Bending low on infant knee, And gazing on the setting #un. I thoughr tiiat orb his home must hp. i'o whom 1 said— "THY WILL BE DONE."' I htsve searched the sacred page I have heard the goodly speech, But the tore of saint or sage Nothing holier can teach. F.i.n ha# wrung my spirit sore. But my soul the triumph won, When the anguish that I bore. Only breathed— "THY. WILL HI: DONE." They have served in pressing need, Have nerv'd my h°art In every ta-k, And howsoe'er my breast may bleed. No oilier halm of prayer 1 a-k, |W hen my whitened lips declare. Life's la#T sands have almost run, May the "lying breath.they bear Murmur forth—"Tin* WILL BE I)OM ." T II C USEE'S REVENGE. Scene in a Parisian Ball Rccni. Two years since, a young, beautiiul, and rich lady oi Bologna, married the descendant ola faintly w. ii known to history, and whose iilus i: tous name was all tiie fortune which tiiebridf iroom possessed ; r-t.t the generous Colognes**, in lie atdor of her attachmetit, overlooked the pnv *r! v of her iov<-r, in the hope and expectation of i proper return of her disinterested love. For :t year all was happiness: but ktst summer, wing on an excursion to Venice, they fottried an lcquainlance with a family, finm Paris. A young widow of that family, very gay, beautiful and Fascinating, and possessing a prolusion of golden ressi s which might have done honor to the head >f an Eve or Ophelia, attracted trie attention of he Marquis Dei'a R . Her other charms might nave failed, hut her ringlets were irresist ible : and lorgetling the attractions of his young ind lovely marchesa, whose rich dark hair would tave vied with a Capello, a C'ornaro, or even a Juliet ol the Capnlets, he became ensnared !.y the Fair head of the lively Parisian. After a month, the ftimiiv, including the gav u tdow. returned to Paris, and in another t4 l;11le nont!ithe mtnquis received a pressing call to Home upon business of importance ; and leaving lis iadv to return to Milan at leisure, he took : *st tor Paris with all possible expedition, where lie had been a lottnight before the neglected tnar ahesa, v.'lto had returned home, discoven d the iingtthir error in the compass, bv witicli iter lins und's course to Rome had been diverted, by means of a triendly letter, aptu ising her that her husband was incessant in attentions to the blond est of beauties, and her constant • #cort to the Theatre Italian and other places of amuspiupnt. The iadv called her brother to her counsels, ind they concluded to follow the marquis to Paris without deiav. Previous to her departure, tin* ody was busy in making research" s of a singular lature. 'Tim troubled times of Italy, during the rttestine hroil#, had furnished traditions and memories of melancholy catastrophe* by steel ind poison, antl not a few were the modes by which sure antl sudden death might be*inflicted. I was shown, at Ravenna, in 1840, bv the oresent countess of Boissy, (La Gnicciola ot Byron,) one of these poignards with blade of crvs al, manufactured at the Lagunian Island of Mtt *ano, in the cavity of which was concealed a iubtle poison, and which, upon the blade being jroken in the body, became diffused in the blood )f the victim and caused sudden death. In the archie vvs ol the family of the jealous ij.ly were notices of a in it-loom, in the bu m of TERMS, S2 PEIt YEAR. VOL XXIII, NO. 35. a ring, concealed in th** setting of which was a small cold slob**, and in the interior of which was inserted a jroison similar in its eflT-cls to prussic acid. This could be borne in the moiitli without dancer, unless crushed by the teeth, then instant death would follow. Secure of this valuable jewel, (he dt 9 j rted marchesa arrived at Paris, and was received into the house of her kind friend, who was married to a financier of eminence m the city, and a rnong many drcumstnnces calculated to disturb her, site learniVl that her husband was, the next Monday, to attenf! the fair widow to a ball to be given at the house of the former deputy of the Session which, with many other things, was bro ken up in ISiS. To this ball her friend consented to accomjfe. any her, and the hour impatiently expected at length arrived. J? he.j jn black velvet, with rich laces, which set off to advantage her clear com plexion, dark eyes and hair, she was superb— she uas dazzling. With fire in iter eyes, ma'- ' iesti c in her deportment, the haughty heautv strode through the room, (the crowd opening as she advanced,) and proceeded to a little salon lighted by lamps among flowers, and at some dis tance from the orchestra. There she awaited her dreadful rival and her companion, intending to appear suddenly before them, confound the lady, freeze her inconstant husband by a glance, and then to complete the catastrophe. The pair arrived. Taking her friend by the hand, the marchesa rose, putting into her mouth at the same time the fatal hall. The mptal was thin, and at the least compresion of the teeth, the deadly fluid would be ejected, and she would fall a corpse before the thunder-stricken pair. Behold this beautiful woman receiving atten tions with a smile upon her countenance, and holding in her mouth the subtle poison which was soon to consume her, and vet with an aspect of apparent satisfaction! The marquis was waifzing with his beautiful blonde. .Restraining her emotion, the marchesa cho?" a star ion where, in the turns of the dance, she would have the most favorable position to burst upon them, w hen a conversation hetween a neighboring couple attracted her attention. "Do you see.'-* <aid a voung man, "the Bn ronne <1- ? How elegant she is this even ing! How beautiful! How animated! Who is that with whom sire is waltzing ?" -"An Italian—a Roman, I believe—who they snv adores !wr tor her beautiful blonde tresses: satiated, perhaps, Sv the dark-haired damsels of tile Eternal city." " The fair tresses of the baronne," saiii a third one who had joined the other two as the conver sation began, "truly, they are very charming ; but my sister, who was educated in the same convent with her, says they are false ; and if you examine closely the enormous covering, you will perceive it is not a native to ihe head."' At this moment the breathless dancers halted near the group. The marquis was addressing some words to his partner, which caused his listening wife to think of the ball she had car ried jn her mouth, while the baroness was re adjusting her dress, and pressing carefullv her hand over the l ack of her head, as if lo be as sured that all was safe in that quarter. Suddenly a new thought seemed to possess the injured march' -n—she dropped the poisoned hall from her mouth into her bosom, rushed upon her rival from behind, and seizing her by the hair detached the magnificent mass of ringlets from the cianium, and threw it on the fioor! The marquis, whose eyes were for an instant diverted from Ins partner, turned as she shrieked .ilouii. with fury in her eves, prepared to avenge her and behold —his mistress, like Samson of old, shorn of her conquering tresses, and his superb wife frowning in all the majesty of an offended beauty. What a tableau! The marquis w a- astounded and stupefied, and the ladv, recovering her good sense and temper, took him by the hand and led him to the ante chamber. "Forgive me," she whispered in his ear, "for having disarmed my adversary," and carried him away. The Wedriesdav following, the reconciled couple sbt out for Milan, the best friends in the world, and withal the most affectionate lovers.— But for the ciscon.fitted baroness- , she is a most amiable personage, and I am in despair that any one should have torn from her one of our most pleasing illusions. THE PIRATE AND THE DOVE.—The follow ing anecdote is related by Audubon, the celebra ted travelei and ornithologistA man who was once a pirate assured me that several times, whilst at certain w ells dug in the burning, shel ly sands of a well-known key, which must be here nameless, the soft and melancholy notes of the dove awoke in his breast feelings which had long slumbered, melted his heait to repentance, and eatiM-d i.irr. to linger at the spot in a state of mic.d which Ifr only who compares that wretch edness of guilt within him with the holiness of former innocence, can trulv leel. H* said he never left the place without increased fear of futurity, associated as he was,although 1 believe by lot oe, with a hand of the most desperate vil lains that ever annoyed the Florida coast. So deeply moved was he by liie notes of any bird 'and especially those of a dove,' the only sooth ing sounds he ever heard during his life of hor rors, that through these plaintive notes, and them alone, l.e w as induced to escape from his vessel, abandon hi? tuihuient companions, and return to a family deploring his absence. Alter paying n hasty visit to those wells, and listening once more to the cooing* of the Zenaida dove, he jioured out his soul in supplication for mercy, and once more became, w hat one has said to be the noblest work of God—an honest man. His escape w as effected amid difficulties and dangers, hut no danger seemed to him comparable with the danger of living in violation of human and divine laws: and he now lives in peace in the midst of Ins family. Pittsburg (lasette states that there is a regularly organized association ol Mark? in that citv, bonrd together by solemn oaths.