Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, April 27, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated April 27, 1855 Page 3
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mins. 1 ipiilxci AM) SIMMER GOODS! , „ advertisement we cannot give an idea J f heap we are selling—nor do '<• desire , ? JJlact customers by publishing prices oj lend- j . s , r ar/ir/- opportunity of thanking all ; 1 ,v ;:; x years— and, while soliciting their con- . 4Xi-ors assure them a call will convince , ■ Ilin'sr sood Goods as low—if not lower < *'l*l can be purchased elsewhere in Bedford. J ban can i {J CRAMER & C q. : | Exchange Building. ! J April 27, 1855. ; f Fish 2 If T .. ent y-five Barrels tine tat Mackerel, just . , i and fir sale for Cash or produce only t A. B. CRAMER & CO. I"? Exchange Building, j ID. Bloi'der, j > Clock & Watch Maker 1X1) DEALER IN JEWELRY, Would respectfully announce to the citizens tWlbrd, and the public in general, that he I as opened a Jewelry Store in the hu.ld.ng re- j Jilljp occupied by H. Nicodemus, Esq. nearly j , ■■o-ite- the Bedford Hotel, where he will be j , / . ,d to see all in want of articles in his line, i iThM on hand, and will constautly keep, on ' , -j-ant assortment of JEWELRY, and will re , Clocks and Watches in the bert style. He ] • to receive a liberal share of patronage, as i , l„.|s satisfied he can render satisfaction to all ; i Jho entrust him with their work. His terms . J will he moderate. jj t . has on hand Gold and Silver W atciiies, j , Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Butter Knives, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencils, &c. See. \ B. He still continues the Guosmitliing , ■usioess, at his old stand, in the East end ol , t in where he has a good arid competent work man constantly employed. D. B. .April 27, 1855. ■ I,>oo PIECES WALL PAPER, From 12L cents to §1 25 per piece, just receiv r.j and for at the variety Store of JAMES K. HALL AM. j Bedford, April 27, 1855. LAST NOTICE. , .All persons indebted to the subscriber are re cuested to make settlement before the Ist day ol ] rl;,(ember next, or their acconnts will bt: lelt j with proper otiicers for collection. (jr"Curding and Fulling carried ou as usual.. Price per pound 6 i cents, if cash, 8 cents it hooked. AH who send wool are requested to j .-.•nil grease, as it will be impossible for ine to j vtinnly them with grease. '■ MICHAEL LUTZ. j Apiil 27. 1855. APPLICATION FOR PARDON. An application will he made to tim Gover nor of this Commonwealth for the Pardon ol WILLIAM MOORE , who was convicted of Larceny at November Sessions, 1854. Henry S. { of the late Firm of King # Moorhtad.) <1 oniimssion illcrdjant, DEALER IN PIG METAL, BLOOMS, Western Produce, &c. &e. &c. No. 76, Water Street, below Market, Pittsburg, Pa. The undersigned will continue the Commis sion Business at the above place', and having j provided himself with suitable conveniences for tde storage cf Pig Metal, Blooms, Produce, ike. ; is now prepared to receive consignments! By long experience in the business, and by j ennsiant attention, he hopes to merit a generous j share ol hade, which he respectfully solicits. HENRY S. KING. April 27, 1855. j PUELIC SALE OF A VALUABLE FARM. The undersigned will expose to sale on I ues dav, the 15th day of MA5* next, on the premi ses, the very desiiahle FARM on which Chris tian Stnufler lately resided, situate in Napier Township, about four miles west of Bedford, ad j'ining the Turnpike and lands ol A.J. Snive- Iv, Esq., and George Stuckey, containing two hundred and fifty two acres, more or less, a hout 120 acres cleared and undei lence. Land ] abated. This property is remarkably well timbered, and well supplied with water, and every way adapted to agricultural purposes. In order to suit purchasers, the property will • he divided and sold in f tarts or altogether, as may he most desirable. •fir-Terms accommodating, and will be made known on day oi sale. Due atlendanee will be given by DAVID PATTERSON, JOHN P. REED, JOHN MOWER, Assignees. April 27, 1855. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the estate of Solomon Kice, late of Southampton Township, Bedford county, deceased, are requested to make imme diate payment, and those having claims against said estate will present them properly authenti cated for settlement. P. DONA HOE. April 6, 1855. Adm'r. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the estate of Jacob Kittle, late of South VYoodberry Township, Bedford county, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment: and those having claims a gamst said estate will present them properly authenticated for settlement. JACOB S. BRUMBAUGH, March 23,1855. Administrator. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Letters of Admi nistration have been granted to the subscriber "ii the estate of James M. Gibson, late of the Borough of Bed/bid, deceased. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make im mediate payment,and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settle ment. SAMUEL 11. TATE, •March 30, 1855.* Adm'r. . .•mtm.mmummmimm.t ,m i,i [ pi. j. ..in W.! SHERIFFS SALE. BY virtue of sundry writs of Ki. Fa. to trip direct ed, there will be sold, at the (null House, in the Borough of Bedford, on .Monday the 30th day of April, 1855, at 2 o'clork, I'. M., the following Real 1 Estate, viz: One Tract of Land containing 150 acres more or ' less about 100 acies cleaied and under fence with ! a story and a half log hoti-e and double log barn I hereon erected adjoining Lands of Beuj. Lyberger | James Logue and others; situate in Londonderry township Bedford County and taken in execution as the property of Jacob VYolford. All of Defendant's John Fagan his interest in and j 1 to a lot of ground fronting one hundred and sixty on a fifteen foot alley and extending back about 136 feet ! | with a one story frame house anil small lrume stable j thereon erected and adjoining lands of Alexander Putt \ on the north-west and lot of Shontz and Boler on the I south; situate in Slonerstown Liberty township Bed- Tj ford County and taken in execution as the property of I John Fagan. i , Also one lot of ground fronting CO feet on Main j street and extending hack 173 teet with a new two j ] story frame house and lon stable thereon erected ad- I joining an alley on the east and lot ot Lucy Gillim ou ; the west; situate in the town of Clearville Monroe township Bedford county Also one other lot of ground containing 41, acres j I more or less all cleared and under fence adjoining i ] lands of Philip Gnibb Joseph Bark man and others, j | situate in Monroe township Bedford County and taken j , in execution as the property ol Llias Uitz Esq. One lotof Ground in the Town of Pleasantville fronting 00 leer on the Johnston Road and extending j • back about 300 feet to lands oi Benjamin Cowen and j ; adjoining lot of Alexander McGregor and others; sit uate in St Clair Township Bedford County and taken j in Execution as the property of Jeremiah R Black- j ' burn. i 1 One Tract of Land containing 109 acres more or. less about -10 acres cleared and under lence with a i , one and a hall story log house double log barn and j saw* mill thereon erected adjoining lands ol Absalom | Gai lick Joel Clark and others; situate in East Provi- : ' dence township Bedlord County and taken in Execu- , tion a, the Property of Heniy Hand. One Tract ot Land containing 303 acres more or ! less about 63 acres cleared and under fence with u j two storv log house tenant house double log barn ami j good saw M ill 1 hereon erected also an appleand peach I oichard thereon adjoining lands of John Allison An- j drew Allison and otheis: situate in Union Township ; Bedford County and taken in execution as the pro- ; perty of John Mock. Also one tract of land containing 32 acies more or , ■less about twenty acres cleared and under fence with a story and a half log house log Cooper shop attached and small Double log Barn thereon erected aLo an apple orchard thereon adjoining lands of Frederick Mench William Wetstone and others; sit uate in CoLiain township Bedlord ( ounty arid la- ; ken in execution as the property ol Samuel S. Bur- . rick. Also one tract of land held by improvement con-i taining SO acres more or less about 30 acres cleared and under fence with a story and hall log house and double log Earn theieon erected adjoining lands-op posed to be vacant on the east John Luman VV m. | Frederick's heirs and Jacob Werlz on the North and j Sarah Luman on the South and others; situate in Cumberland Valley township Bedford County and j taken in execution as the property of Zacheus Lu- j man. All of Defendant Johnathan Potts his interest in j and to a tract of laud containing 200 acres more or j less about 50 acres cleared and under fence with a -torv and hall log house and log barn thereon erect ed adjoining lands ol Levin Shiply it illiam \ o-t and others ; situate in Southampton Township Bedford county and tuken in execution as tlie property of Johriuthan Potts. Also one tract of land containing 230 acres more j or less about 30 acres cleared arid under fence with a story and half log house and small log barn thereon erected adjoining lands ol Morgan C essna George James and others; situate inCoierairi township Bed ford countv and taken in execution as the property of Jacob Moser. ADo one lotof ground fronting 93 feet on the Pub- . lie Road and extending back 213 leet with a two slo- ; ry log house kitchen and cooper shop attached and j frame stable thereon erected adjoining lots ol John , F. McKmney John Kbberly snd others ; situate in . South Woodburry township Bedlord county and ta ken in execution as the properly of Jacob Stoler. ADo one tract of land containing 200 acres more or less about 40 acres cleared and under fence with a j story log hon-e tenant house and log stable thereon j erected adjoining lands of Peters heirs John Laytnn > and others; situate in Monroe township Bedlord coun ty and taken in execution as the property ol Samuel ! ! Earns. Also one lot of ground in the town of Woodbury | fronting 6G feet on the Pattonsville and Woodbury ' turnpike road and extending back about 196 leet and ■ | adjoining lotsol George R. Eurodollar o" the west j | and alley on the north and otheis with a two story j i Brick house one two story frame house wash house j anil frame stable thereon erected ; situate in Middle j Wood berry township Bedlord County and taken in | execution as the property of David Edwards. Also two lots of ground in the town ol Marietta J j fronting on main street CD feet each and extending j i back 160 feet with a two story log house and log sta ! hie thereon erected adjoining lands ot John C orle and j ! Caselton Ake; situate in Union township Bedford i j county and taken in execution as the propeiiy ol j j Joseph A. Corle. Also one tract of land curtaining 431 acres more j or le-s about 10 acres cleared and under fence with a a one and-a-half story log house log stable and saw j mill thereon elected adjoining lands ol James Logue Jacob Wollord John Smith and others; situate in I,on- j donderry township Bedford county and taken in exe- j cution as the property of Jo-eph Wollord and Benja- ; min Lvberger. HUGH MORE, Sheriff, j April G, 1855. LIST OF CAUSES Put down for Trial at April 1 erm (30th day) IS3.>. ; j Wm. Leary vs Matilda Miller et al Jermau Jacobs VV illiam I igart ( Zachariah Shatter George Kegarise John Logue Ilezekiah Logue John G Hartley Joshua Price Andrew Geller John Cook Campbell Hendrickson Jacob Boore Same Same I Dr. Wm E Reichter Samuel Winters Geo B Wisegarver use George W Wisegarver j Alexander Price Jo-ehp Price et al Win Delany Jacob l'eeter et al Alexander Tate George Peck Jesse Sleek Christian Nawgle Henry B Mock Jacob Andrews John Furry et al Daniel Bulger et al Pattonsville E Woodbury 1 R Co James Patton t-ame John and Thomas King Rebecca Brant use David Patterson Same William Crisinari adm'r Adam, Smith's heirs Benjamin Lybeger John Bowser Samuel Whetstone Andrew Galbraith Win Gulbrailh's l.xors Tobias Hinesltug Exor D W Lehman et al Wm Lasbly Noah Hardsock j John Rmhllesdin W m P Schell | Samuel Whetstone John Bowser et al I David Whetstone Jonathan Bowser et al j Baltzer Shuly Allegheny Seminary i Michael Moses Jo-eph Ferguson •George l> Wisegarver John Wisegarver's Exors I John'Nycum John A Plowman et al I Philip Crisman use Alex McGregor Esqr j Josiah Smith et al Henry W Smith j C N Hickok Levi Agnew 1 D. W ASIIA C A UGH, Frothy. > Prothonotary's Office, ( ' April G, 1835. j NEW CLOTHING STORE. Isaac JLippcl Would respectfully announce to his old ' friends, and the public at larpe, that he has o pt-ned an entirely new CLOTHING STORE in the Borough of Bedford, in the room recently - in the occupancy of Solomon Filler, where he . has just received a very superior assortment of . ready-made Clothing for Men and Boys, to which he invites attention, satisfied that he can I please all who give him a call, both as to price . i and quality. He will also keep an assortment of Drv Goods and Groceries. He invites pur chasers to examine his stock. Bedford, April 6, 1855, TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the Com-j missioners oliice on Monday of Court week un til 5 o'clock, I'. M. for the erection of Stone j Steps and Plat firm in front of the Court House, i the steps are to run down at the North and: South ends of the platform. The whole length of stone work at the bot- ; t torn or lower step will be 3+ feet long and j 5 feet high in front above ground, except what j will he taken off by each step. The length of! the platform will be 19 leet 9 inches loug and j 10 leet 6 inches wide—there will be 8 steps at , each end—each will he 10 feet 6 inches long j , —steps I loot wide and rises 7i inches high j , (exposed)—to lap 6 inches and dress 18 by 7k j inches where the steps extend over the main wall in front—the other stone work to range ( with the steps. The stones forming the i , platform with coping included will he 7i inch. ( thick where exposed at the front. The coping , and steps \\ ill extend 3 inches over the main ( work in front. All stones to he perfectly sound, i j particularly the steps' front face of wall and j t platform, to be built up solid from front wall to | the house. The stones on the platform to range j with the top step and coping—to be of dressed : lime or sand stone—built on a good solid foun- J dation, underground, not less than 2 feet deep j ami wide. J j The steps, stones and bricks now forming the j steps are reserved, but the contractor is to re- ; j move them. Bidders will slate how much per foot, or how j much for the whole, and, to furnish all the ma- I ertal, sufficient time will be given. Plan at j j the Commissioners office. j FREDERICK TURNER, JOHN CONRAD, DAVID C. LONG, Commissioners, i Attest : A. S. Russell, Clerk. April 13, 1855. I, FIRST ARRIVAL ! OF New Spring and Summer Goods. ; The undersigned, thankful to their friends and patrons for the kind and very liberal patron age extended to them heretofore, would respect- 1 fully solicit a continuation of the same, and al- I so inform them that they are now receiving from the eastern cities, and opening at (HEAP SIDE! h A large and handsome assortment of new style j SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, Comprising a great variety ol Ladies DRESS GOODS, ! Of the latest and most fashionable styles, to gether with every other article adapted to the | every day wants of the people, all ol which they are prepared 10 sell CHEAP FOR CASH and approved produce, or upon a short credit to good and punctual customers. OUR MOTTO, "Short profits, many sales and quick returns, will still continue the ruling feature. Come, then, end see the bargains , and buy on- j !y when satisfied that it's your interest to do so. . ' We will take pleasure in showing our goods, j whether you wish to purchase or not. lXjp"All kinds of produce taken in exchange 1 for goods. RUPP vN OSTER. April 6, 1555. ! REGISTER'S NOTICE. ■ | All persons interested either as heirs, credi tors, or otherwise, are hereby notified that the j following named persons have filed their ac ' counts in the Register's office, and that they i | will be presented to the Orphan's Couit of Bcd j ford Count v, on Friday, the 4th day of May next, at the Court House, for confirmation, at ; which time and place they may attend, il they j think proper: ! The account of Adam P. Fetter, admr. of Da vid FetUt, late of Southampton township, de . ceased. The account of Mah lon Smith, admr. of ! George Dull, late of Bedlord township deceas j ed. The account of George Catl, admr. of Jacob Mock, late of St. Clair township, deceased. The account of John Cessna, Esq., admr. of Frederick Sleckinaii, late of Monroe township. I deceased. The account ol Samuel Beckley, exor. of J. VV. Willis, late of St. Clair township, deceased. The account of Finlev McGrew, admr. of : Margaret Hammor., late of St. Clair township, i deceased. The account of Jacob Lingenfelter, admr. of j George Snider, late ot West Providence town- I ship, deceased. The account of John P. Reed, Esq. admr. of j Samuel G. Weaver, late of Bedford township, i deceased. The account of David S. Longenaker, admr. j of Jacob Keagy, late of Middle Woodburry ! township, deceased. The account of John Johnson, admr. of Abel j i Johnson, late of Southampton township, deceas- I | ed. j The account of Joseph Dull, Esq. admr. of Mathias Hollar, late of Harrison township, tle ' ceased. The account of Barnabas Steckman and Hi ma- O'Neal, admr's. of George Steckman, late j i of Monroe township, deceased The final account of Benjamin Lybarger, j : admr. of Adam Smith, late ot Londonderry township, deceased. D. WASHABAUGH, Register, j j April 6, 1855.* Itcdfoi'd County, At an Orphans' Court held at Bed- j ■ lord, in and for the County of Bedford, on the 12th i ' of February, A. D., 1855, Before the Judges of the j j said Court— j On motion of O. E. SHANNON,, ESQ., the Court : grant a rule upon the heirs and fosial representatives | , of John VV. Hammer, late ot St. Clair Township,] deceased, to wit : Mary, intermarried with John i I Middleton, residing in Cambra County; Hiram G. j Charlotte, Lonsia. Rachel, Julian, Gordon and Aman da, all residing in Bedford County, to be and appear at an Orphans' Court to be held at Bedlord, in and for said County, on the fifth Monday, 30th day ol 1 ! April inst., to accept or refuse to take the leal estate i ol said John VV. Hammer, deceased, at the valuation . ' which has been valued and appraised in pursuance ot e; a writ of Partition or valuation, issued out of the 1 i Orphans' Court of Bedford County, and to the Sher ' t iff of said County, for that purpose directed or show i cause why the same should not be sold by order ot . i (he saul Court. , IN TESTIMONY whereof I have hereunto set | my hand and the seal of said Court, at Bedford, the 20thday of February, A. D., 1855. 1). WASHABAUGH, Clerk. April 9, 1855. NEW STORE And A'ew CiooiN. GREAT BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE : J ELI FISHER i Would respectfully avail bimsell of this me- * thod of informing the citizens of Bedford and vicinity that he has opened an entirely New j Dry Goods, Grocery, and Fancy Store, in the Borough of Bedford, in the room for- J rnerly occupied by Dr. Hofius, and second door I west of Dr. Harry's Drug and Book Store, 1 where he has just received from the cities of < New York and Philadelphia J< one of the most elegant assortments ol Goods e- j * ver brought to Bedford, which, having been pur- ' I chased lor cash, under the most favorable cir- ; * cumstances, he leels warranted in saying that he • can sell them at prices so low as to astonish the : 1 purchaser, and all in want of good Goods, at ; ' the shortest possible profit, are invited to give him a call. His stock embraces every variety j • of ! ■ Ladies Dress Goods, such as Silks, Satins, Delaines, Bombazines, • Spring Shawls, novelties in Lawns, British Prints, Plaid Ginghams, Undersleevus, trom ' , l2i cents up, Hosiery in every variety, Shoes, Boots and Slippers, for Ladies and Children— | * ir. fact almost every article adapted to a Ladies' i 1 wardrobe, which it would require too much ! space to enumerate in detail. His stock ol ; FLATS and BONNETS (or Ladies, Misses, and Children, is large, rich and CHEAP. His Groceries, Teas, Spices, Syrup, Stc. Stc. are all ol the very best quality. will consider it no trouble to shew i his Goods, and he hopes the LADIES especial- j iy will call and examine his assortment wheth er they purchase or not. Always remember, however, that ELI FISHER'S is tire place (or BARGAINS!!! April G, 1855. , CARPETINGS—Ingram, Wool, Fig, Rag!, and Listing Carpets, and Mattings tor sale by RUPP & OSIER. BOOTS AND SHOES.— Mens', Womens', j Boys', Misses' and Childrens' Bixits and Shoes, Gaiters and Ties—in great variety lor sale at CHEAP SIDE. BONNETS.—Belgrade, French lace, Hun garian, Aibini, Mannilla, White, Tripler and 1 Rutland braid Bonnets—for sale cheap, at RUPP & OSIER'S. | FLATS & BLOOMERS—Misses' Ruthland Fiats and Bloomers, trimed and untrimed, tori sale at CHEAP SIDE. GROCERIES.— Good Rio Coffee at 121 cts.; prime do lb cents. Golden Syiup and prime N. O. Molasses for sale bv RUPP &>• OSTER. SUGARS.—Granulated and Crushed Sugars. White clarified do 10 cts. Nice New Orleans j at 7 and 8 cts. for sale bv RUPP OSIER. i April 13, 185b. BEDFORD HALL ASSOCIATION AN Election wiil be held at the Bedlbrd Hall on Monday the 7th day of May next, to elect FIVE TRUSTEES to conduct and manage the af fairs and business of the Bedford Hall associa tion of the Borough and County of Bedlord for the ensuing year. The election will be opened at 2o'clock, and closed at 5 o'clock, P. M, Bv order of the Board ofTrnstees. F. JORDAN, Sec'v. April 13, 1855. Bi. BBaSlam Would announce to his friends and the pub- , lie that he has purchased the entire Store oi the j late James M. Gibson, and intends to continue business at the old stand. He has on hand an ; assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Tas, Se ! gars, Jewelry, &c. Sec. together with Coulee-i tionaries of every description. In a short time he will replenish his stock, so as to make it an inducement to purchasers to give hnn a call.— He has on hand a good supply ol FLOUR, and will make every* effort to accommodate the peo ple in this line of his business, either wholesale or retail. He will also keep Bacon, Fish, Sail, Molasses, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Brooms, Brushes, Palent medicines, Drugs, Dye-stufls,: and everv article usually kept in a retail store. , [UP"PAPER HANGING and UPHOLSTER- 1 TNG will be attend -d to as usual with prompt ness and despatch— and he would take this oc casion to say that he has now on hand, and will furnish to order, on the most favorable terms,' every description ol WALL PAPER and BOR DERING. Bv unremitting attention to business, and a disposition to please, he hopes to merit and re-! I ceive liberal encouragement. Bedford, April G, 1855. COURT PROCLAMATION. :To the Coroner, the. Justices of the Pence, and Constables in the different Townships j in. the County of Bedford, Greeting. ! KNOW YF. that in pursuance of a precept to I me directed, under the hand and seal of the i Hon. FRANCIS M. KIMMELL, President! of the several Courts of Common Pleas in the ' Sixteenth District, consisting ol the counties oi j Franklin, Bedford and Somerset, and by virtue ; oi his office of the Court of Oyer and Terminer j j and General Jail delivery for the trial of capi-; tal and other offenders therein and in the Gene- j ! ra l Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace: and i JOHN G. HARTLEY and Jos. B. NOBLE, Esqs. ; | Judges oi the same Court, in the same County! I of Bedford, A'ou and each of you are hereby re- j i quired to be and appear in your proper persons | | with your Records, Recognizances, Examina tions,"and other remembrances before the Judges j aforesaid, at Bedford, at a Court oi Oyer anil i Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Gene-| j ral Quarter Sessions of the Peace therein to be i holden for the county of Bedford, aforesaid, ion the sth Monday of April (being the 30th j I day,) at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, i there and then to do those things to which your ' several offices appertain. GIVEN under my hand at Bedford, on the j 6th dav of April,'in the year of our Lord HUGH MOORE, Sheriff. i April 6, 1555. JOB MANN. G - H - SPANG. LAW PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned have associated themselves in the | Practice of the Law, and will attend promptly to all , business entrusted to their care in Bedlord and ad- I joining counties. , ! K7-Offire on Julianna Street, three doors south of "Mencel Hons*," opposite the residence ofMaj. Tate. i NO< ' 11 .LOB MANN. | June 2, 18.11. (i * H * SPAN(; * A LIST OF RETAILERS of Merchandize of I Bedford county for the year 1855. Bedford Borough. Class. License. A. B. Cramer fx. Co. U2 sl2 50 ( Sansorn Gephart, 13 10 00 j N. Lyons, 13 10 00 Rupj) St Oster 4 * 10 00 Peter Radebaugh 14. 7 00 Samuel-Shuck &. Co. " "5" 00 j 1 Dugdale St Kelly, Liquors, '* 10 00 j Robert Fyan, 44 7 00 < Mrs. Potts, " 7 00 i Isaac Lipple, " 7 00 ~ C. Loyer, " 7 00 ; 1 Wm. Schaffer, " 7 00 j j Sonnaborn &. Co. " T 00 ! j James K. Hallam, " 7 00 ; Eli Fisher, " 7 00 ■ John Arnold, " 7 00 ; < Andris Saupp, " 7 00 ; 1 Dr. Reamer, Liquors, 44 10 50:' Dr. Harry, Liquors, " 10 50 j. Eating Houses. ! John G. Minnich, *" 8 5 00 < John J. Luther, 8 5 00 A. Defihaugh, 8 :> 00 Jacob Bolinger, 8 5 00 West Providence. Wm. States Co., Liquors, IF 10 50 , W. McElheny & Co. 44 7 00 ; ( Jacob Barndollar it Co. 13 10 00 . j James Barndollar 13 10 00 Thomas Rilchev, IF 7 00 1 Monroe. J. Horton 41 7 00 D. Fletcher, 44 7 00 i Michael Miller, Liquors, 44 1 0 5 0 Southampton. M. Cabner. Liquors, 44 10 50 ; Wm. Lashley, 10 50 : M. Walters,' 44 7 00; Colerain. J.M. Van Horn, 44 7 00 i A. James, 44 7 00 . Corle it Co. Liquors, 44 10 50 Btoad Top. Joseph Fisher, 44 7 00 Evans &. Brother, 44 7 00 Fluck Hetrick, 44 700 Liberty. Daniel Berkstresser, 44 7 00 j Thomas Evans, 44 7 00 ; Thomas McGillan, Liquors, 44 10 50 j Patton it Gessler, 13 10 00 j Joseph Crisman, IF 7 00 Jacob Snider, 44 7 00 | James Dunn, 44 7 00 ' John Cyphers, 44 7 00 Wm. Fisher, 44 7 00 Schellsburg Borough. J. S. Schell. 44 7 00 A. B. Bunn, 44 7 00 ! Statler iv Son, 44 7 00 j Snivelv St Co. 44 7 00 j Miller it Con lev, 44 7 00 : Widow Sehell it Son, 44 7 00 j Colvin it Robison, 44 700 j Juniata. Turner ii Kegg, 44 7 00 Wm. Keyser, 44 7 00 Wm. Piatt it Brother, 44 7 00 Joseph Gondon, Liquors, 44 10 50 F. Hildebrant, 44 7 00 Londonderry. Thomas J. Porter, 44 7 00 James Mattinglv, 44 7 00 East Providence. John Nvcnm, 44 ' 00 Henry Reimund, tC 7 00 D. A. T. Black, 44 7 00 Harrison. j V. B. Wertz, 44 7 00 Jacob G. Devore, Jr. Liq. 44 10 50 John Fichner, 44 7 00 Mr. Hickson, 44 7 00 Hopewell. John Dasher, Liquors, 44 10 50 John King it Brother. 44 7 00 Middle Woodberry. Jacob Brennaman, 13 10 00 G. R. Barndollar, 13 10 00 J. VV. Duncan, 13 10 00 Putt it Brother, Liq. IF 10 :>0 P. Kagy, Eating House, 8 5 00 South Woodberry. James Piper, IF < 00 ! S. R. Oster, 44 7 00 1 D. B. Buck, 44 1 00 j George Kaufiman, 44 7 00 Bedford Township. Edward Hoffman, 44 <OO St. Clair. F. D. Beegle, Liq. 44 10 50 ; j G. B. Amickit Brother, 44 7 00 i , Jacob H. Wright, 44 7 00 ! J. B. Smith, 44 7 00 Wm. Wench, Liquors, 44 10 50 :G.D. Trout, 44 7 00 Cumberland Valley. Jacob Anderson, 44 7 00 John May, " 7 00 i rCr" An appeal will he held at the Court House in Bedford on the Bth dav of May. SAMUEL RADEBAUGH, Appraiser of .Mercantile Taxes for 1855. ! April (i, 1855—Ft. Physician to Poor House. At a meeting of the Directors of the Poor and House of Employment of Bedford county, March G, 1855, the following resolutions were unanimously passed by said Board: Resolved, That we do hereby appoint Dr. F. j C. REAMER Physician to the Poor and House ! of Employment of Bedford county for one year | from this date. Resolved, That said Dr. F. C. Reamer be and jhe is herebv required to attend all paupers i within six miles of the Borough of Bedford, and j that for his services in attending the Poor House j and Paupers within six miles of said Borough, we do hereby agree to pay hiin the sum ot one j hundred dollars per annum. j Resolved, That notice he published in the se ■ veral papers of the Borough of Bedford that Dr. i F. C. Reamer has been appointed Physian as a i foresaid, and that we will pay no bills for servi j ces rendered bv Physicians to Paupers when the services of Physician to the Poor House could be obtained. April G, 1855—6t. Surveyors take \otiee! You are required by act of Assembly in the month of April in each year, to test your com pass by the Meridian Line in the Poor House meadow, and record in a book kept for that pur pose in the Commissioners office the amount of variation. Also to measure your chains by a i standard measure to be found at the Commis • sioners Office. The penalty for surveying without complying with these regulations is $lO f for each offence. Bv order of Commissioners. A. S. RUSSELL, April fi, 185.). Clerk. PUB Lie SUE OF VALUABLE Coal and Timber Lands and Hotel Property. THE sub-criber will offer at Public Sale, at the St. Nicholas Hotel, in Cumberland, ON FRIDAY THF. 15TH DAY OF JUNE, 1855, the following valuable property in Allegheny Coun ty : That valuable Tract of COAT. Law, known a* " M AIDE IVS DELIGHT,' containing 119g ACRES, more or less, situate on Moore's Run, near the George's Creek Rail Road, and within three miles of its junction with the Bal timore and Ohio Rail Road, it is entirely under laid with the "B BO V E I\" of COAL, fifteen feet in thickness. Jts soil is good for agricultural purposes and is now covered with a fine growth of Oak and other valuableTimher. This piece of property is admirably adapted for the basis of a Coal Company, equal, if not superior, to any in the State, ar.d can be put in operation at a small expense. ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND CONT AININIG 100 Jtc-KKS, MORE OR I.ESS, K.XOWN AS THE "MILLER" or 'COMBS" Farm. on Jackson's Run, near the Georgets Creek Rad Road, undeilaid with the />' I G VE J JY" of COAL, which is easy of access. The soil is ot good quality, and is now under cultivation. It is well supplied with buildings and all other improvements neces.-ary for iarming purposes. Oue oilier Tract of Land Called F O It V," Containing 100 acres, situate on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road, at Evert's Tunnel, underlaid with THREE VEINS of COAL, a feet, 5 feet, and t feet in thickness, accessible at the very edge of the Rail Road ; it also contains a vein of valuable IRON ORE, S feet in Thickness, now open. ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND, CALLED "Perry's Firstj" containing 109 ACRES, more or less, covered with a fine growth ot White Pine and other Timber, from which Lumber of excellent quality can be manufac tured. The soil is well adpated for pasturage or farming purposes. The situation is only a short dis tance south west of Frostburg. ALSO—THE saint Nicholas Hotel, on the corner of Baltimore and George Street, Cum berland, neaily opposite the propo-ed depot of the Pittsburg and Connellsville Rail Road, and the new depot of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road. It is new, and built in the most substantial manner, replete with every convenience. It contains ample accom modations for 200 persons. All the apartments are large and commodious, well lighted and ventilated. ON THE PROPERTY IS A LARGE BRICK CARRIAGE HOUSE AM) STABLE, WITH SLEEPL\G HPARTMILVTS FOR SER VAA TS . ITT ACHED. This Hotel is considered equal to any in the State. The Furniture is of the most costly kind, all new, ! and can be purchased with the property it desired. OP"TLRMS :—Easy, and will be made known on i the day of sale. * Capitalists wishing to secure valuable property* are lespectfully invited to give any or all ot the a ; hove property an early examination, i [IT" Should any information be required please ad dress the undersigned at Potomac Furnace, Loudon ■ Co. Va. JOHN \V. GEARY. April 20, 1555. Bedlf or d Acati em y AND FEMALE SEMINARY. W. W. CAMPBELL, Principal. I This Institution, hitherto under The care of Rev. John Lyon, will henceforth be conducted by the pre ■ sent Principal. The past history of the Academy will, we trust, be a sufficient guaranty of its tuture efficiency. The branches taught will be The same as heretofore. To MASTER PRINCIPLES will be consid ered the mot important pursuit ot the pupils; and I while it will be the constant business of the Instruc tor to impart knowledge, it will also be his aim to lead his pupils to make a practical application of their acquisitions. To load the mind with innumer able formulas, without causing it to use them, would be like placing a bow in a child s hand, without teaching him how to bend it. In fine, it shall be our object, as it has ever been, to lead the pupil to , THINK. We look forward confidently to the patronage of j this community, which has thus far been so gener- I ously extended, and by an undiminished assiduity, • we hope to merit your support. Terms per (piarter, as usual, to icif: CLASSICS, st> 25 HIGHER ENGLISH* 5 00 MIDDLE " 4 50 ELEMENTARY " 4 00 Music, 8 00 PIANO, 2 00 The Spssion opened cn Monday, 12th ir.st; j Feb. 16, 1805. IT. NICODEMUS, Scrircncr cmi) Jnstifc of tl)e s£tur, BEDFORD, PA. Has removed his office to Juliana street, j nearly opposite the Drug and Book store of Dr. 1 F. C. Reamer, where he will faithfully attend J to all business conuected with the duties ol his j office. He will continue to repair clocks and watch j PS, as usual, and respectfully invites those in ! need of his services in this lice to giTe him a ! call. April 13, 1855J FORWARDING AND COMMISSION WAREHOUSE fliambersburg. Pennsylvania. THE subscribers are prepared at all times to carry j Produce of every description and Merchandize to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, on the most rea -1 sonable terms. The hiahest price paid at all times ' for all kinds of country Produce. CP-Receiving Depots, BUZBY & CO. 365 Market street, Philadelphia.—JOHN EIGHAN, Baltimore, i No. 151 H street. C. W. FASTER & CO. j Feb. 9, 1855—6 m.* FOR RENT, And possession given on the Ist of June, a | TAN YARD in the Borough of Bedford, with I all the fixtures complete, and a Dwelling adja- I cent thereto. Apply to either of the under ; signed. Wm. Hartley, job Mann, John H. Rush, March 30, 1855. For the Heirs. NOTICE ! The subscriber is anxious to close his old Books up to April 1, 1855, and hopes all in terested will give immediate attention to this - notice. In cases where it is not convenient to make immediate payment, notes will be taken on reasonable time. GEO. BLYMIRE. | April 13,1855. ONIONS.—One barrel Seed Onions—just received and for sale by A. B. C'RAMF.R & Co. F.xchange Building.

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