Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, July 13, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated July 13, 1855 Page 3
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OK DEMOCRATIC POLICY.— It must! - ' iifvinf to everv true hearted Democrat to tStl.ehi.UKy of his party's struggles ami its i - Through R the political convulsion* rSS Wb. r own Witt "■(,.• .hi,; IV alone has remained unmoved. Other '"' ."rs have raised up to contend with it, and r'nlv defeated and disrated. Every par _ felt the power of the Democracy, and in !>"th.ev have vanquished the combined forces : |i oftJoneßts. The policy of the Democra °v'has been adopted as the true policy of the oiintrv, and under its genial influence Ameri- Tha< attained the proud position she now oc- knowing no superior, acknowledging !"'rival. \\V love to recount and glory over !' of the Democratic party, especial ly kcw* of the tierce opposition of those cast ''ifdeiriogogues who rail against that party be- j , ,use it exposed their eagerness for self-agran !'i/,jinent at the expense of their country's wel ' Hie recent action of the Know-Nothing coii v -ntien at Philadelphia discloses another tri ntiph of Democratic policy. The doctrine of Viptiiar sovereignty, at which whole platoons ranting Abolitionists fired their indignation : Put doctrine which the Democratic party in scribed i" bold letters on its banners, under .'•iiich it has f night single handed all the dis- MT daiit elements of opposition—-this doctrine of , >ular sovereignty which it is said, would bo J il-ribetl on the tomb-stone of the Democratic Kirty, | );1S been written in a high place in the 'ieed'of the new party that was organized to work our overthrow. This adopting of our principles is an attempt to steal our thunder, |„,t we rejoice at it, as it is another recognition f t he policy of the party, another acknowledg ment that if is the party of trie people—the par ty whose dogmas embody true patriotism, and whose aim is the welfare of the whole country. Daily I'nion. Front ttali. The Salt Lake mail under charge of Huds peth and Jones, bringing the mails of May and June, arrived at Jndejiendenc.e, June 27. A lejcraphic despatch to the Sf. Louis Repub liciin states: The party had no escort on their route Irom Salt Lake to Laramie. Hodman at tended tliem to Fallon's Bluff, from which point ('apt. Todd accompanied them to Fort Kearney. The delays heretofore are to be attributed to the want of an escort. Indians were very numerous in and beyond tiie Black Hills. They were very much alarm ed at the movements of our troops and desirous of peace, and proposed giving up the murderers nftlie mail party last fall. The troops gave them jio countenance. The reports of so many persons being killed hv them arc all fabrications. About 100 of the troops had reached Fort Kearney, and more were near by. Col. Cook, with fiis command, was thiitv miles this side of that place on the Ist. Emigrant trains were met at North Platte to the number of one hundred wagons. A few w ere sf n between that and Kearney, hut many more were met from that point to Foit Leaven worth. In one of the Merman trains the cholera had taken off twenty five or thirty, and one-third mire were sick, Kinkead's first train was met near K-arney. (heat excitement on the subject of gold found on the Sweet Water was manifi sled in Salt Lake Valley, and numbers were leaving daily for the iliggitis. By*"m-xt mail the jesiilt of their oper ations will he known, and the bed of4be.fivrr would soon be laid bare and the bidden treasure exposed. A good deal of anxiety is manifested here a lout the gold discovered on the head-waters of the lied River in the territory west o| Arkansas ami many are awaiting the return of the passen gers to bundle up lor that point. V\ " are in the midst of harvest; wheat crops vetv goo:!, and othei ginin quite promising.- Fruit likely fo b*-abundant. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Bedford, Pa., June ,'htth ISa."). Persons calling for letters in this list will please say they are Anvia: risen. Anderson M A Miss Miller Simon Anderson L Marshall John Anderson John Miller William Ami,-eve I,wis Mock Henry 1> Arnold Elizabeth Mrs Ma on Eliza Mrs Hemes Susan Mrs iMansp< aker Ruth Miss Benedict S M iMelov John M Bingaman i>anc Metteerlv William Culp Jacob Noel Jon C ' l)r •aning Alary Jane Neely William Do! s<m James R NNal W. F. Duncan C Mrs Orr Samuel Diehl John Ogle Joseph Duglass Robert Pane Fanny .Miss 2 Davis Sarah A Mi<s Rmscll Titoma* L Oilman Sarah I? Miss Rerna John S. (■rifen Albert Ricfcfe George '•ilLreatli Andrew Smith Oeorge 2 (ever Christian Stoffer David Lraen Mary Mrs Sill Richard H'-rshiser John Stiver David IFiniug Joseph Sill Mary Miss H iMz.-l |-'.!i/.abeth Mi's Sill Margart Miss 2 James John Scarcer Daniel V Jackson John Trout Edward B 2 ivegg || .tor Miss Trout Ann M Mrs k'Das Sophia Miss Troutman Jacob kegg A J Troutman D B Knox John Hon ( mhaugh Ann Miss ixohn Simon Esq VVashbnrn William kirkpatrick James Whet stone William hug Peter Way Hannah (I. -Mellon Andrew Walter Daniel A. SAFPP, P. Al. July G, IS.of). MACHINE SHOP ! I wo and Four Horse Thrashing Machines constantly on hand, and made of the very best material. They are greatly improved above any other of the kind to the advantage of the farmer. For sale at the MACHINE SHOP "'WILLIAM RITCHEY, ■i short distance east of Brice's Hotel, Bed ford, Penan. Also, Pierpoirit's Patent Strawshaker, which has not been surpassed any where, and are so constructed that they operate smoothly and ake but little power to drive them. They can attached to any kind of machine straps or tumbling shaft power. Farmers would do well to call and see tor themselves before purchasing elsewhere. I arming utensils ol all kinds made to order. A.I warranted to give satisfaction. Repairing done at the shortest notice and niosi reasonable terms. WILLI A.M RITCHEV, . , Altckinisl. Hv Id, 1355. 3:it. Notice! fn the Court of Common Please in and for the County of Bedford. ! Application of the Bedford County ..Issoria tion for a Charter of Incorporation. ALL persons interested are hereby notified that the following named corporators* viz : Alexander King, F. Bern-diet, P. Washahuugh. S. L. Russell, Robert F\an, J no. R. Jordan, sno. P. Reed, Geo. W, Bowman, E. L. An derson, 11. Ileckerman, S. H. Tate, D. Over, W. H. Watson^Wm. M. Hall, F. C. Reamer,! Jno. Alower, Win. Kiser, O. E. Shannon,Geo. Blymire, S. Shuck, S. Brown. W.Lyon, G. H. Spang, Jno.NH. Rush, C. N. Hickok and VVm. T. Daugherty have applied to the Court afore said for corporate powers : and that said Court have directed that notice of their application be : published, and having; perosed_lbe proposed j charter (in writing) kave directed the same to be filed in the office of the Pruthonolary ol syid county. BY THE COURT. Attest :—D- Washabaugh, Proth'y. July 13. 1855. FARM FGR SALE! The undersigned will expose to sale, on the i premises, on FRIDAY, the 1 7th dav of August j proximo, nil that desirable FARM tin- late resi- i (knee of George A hodetsky, (h-ceased: situate! in Juniata Township, Bedford County, near the villages of Buena Vista arid Schellsburg, convenient to public roads, churches and schools adjoining lands of Conrad Covet, and others: containing 56 acres, more <u- (ess, about 46 acres > chared and under cultivation, a large portion beautiful meadow land with a log house ami log barn thereon, also a sn.all apple orchard. TERMS: One third of'the purchase money 1 to l.e paid in cash at the confirmation of the sale, j when the deed will he deli vered—possession re- I served until Ist day of April, 1856. One third to remain in the property for the use of the widow during her life time, the interest thereof to be paid her annually, and at her death the principal to the heirs—the remaining one third ; to In- paid in two equal annual payments from j the confirmation of the sale, without interest tile payment ot the whole to he secured by judg ment bonds or bonds and mortgage, to be a lien upon said premises. Due attendance w ill lie given by the under signed. > Any persons desiring to purchase, can have j full particular? bv calling upon JNO. P. REED. . Esq. Bedford. LEONARD BITTNER, Guardian of the. minor children of ! George . '/bode/sky, deceased. July 13, 1855. Notice! The undersigned having hern appointed Sequestra- ; tor ot the Pattonsville and Woodbury Turnpike Itouit \ Company, hereby notifies all person* indebted to said ; i Company to make payment to him. without delay; ; he al-o requests the creditors of said company to pre- j sent their respective accounts or demands as soon as convenient. Those persons uI o have possession ol any property or effects belonging to the Company. I are desired to deliver the same to him immediate- \ I iy- • ! JOSEPH B. NOBLK, South Woodberry Township. i t; July in, IS.'W.— it. 1 I SAVE MONEY. —To make room fur fall' 1 stock—from this date we will sell every descrip • j tuin of Summer Goods at very reduced prices.— - Call and save money J A. B. Cramer \ Co. j FOR SALE. A handsome, well made Bug gy, with falling top, will be sold very low lot- Cash or approved paper. ' A. B. Cramer A Co. FLY \KI TS.—-Flv Vlts for horses—sin gle or in pairs—for sale bv A. B. Cramer & Co. JUST RECEIVED.—A lew cases mens'line Calf and Morocco Boots. A. B. Cramer N. Co. A CARD. . MRS. FILLER (w idow of Solomon Filler.) ! Would announce to the friends of the House, i s;ut she is prepared to take Boarders as hete tfofore—arid her arrangements are such that she | feels warranted in saving she can render entire I satisfaction to all who make her house th-ir tem porary residence. Siie hopes to be remembered i bv the former patrons ol tlm house. 'j Bedford, June 29, lS.jfi. A CARD. MRS. FLETCHER would announce that i her house is open for the reception of v isitors to j lite Bedford Spiings. It is pleasantly located, and has been handsomely fitted up, and no pains i will be sprnl to render In-r guests comfortable. Bedford, June 29, I85"i. NOTICE :—Tile undersigned expecting to be absent in ilo* West for some length of time, I would sav that his business will lie left in the | hands of Jacob S. Schell, where all interested ! will call and attend to their own and mv inter j est. JOHN 11. SCHELL. j Schellsburg, May 11, 18">5. r- I \olice £si E';tr(itioii. j WHEREAS Thomas B. Aliller, late of Bml- I ford Borough, Bedford County, deceased, died seized of the follow ing Real Estate, to wit : Two houses and half lots of ground on the Public square and Penn street, in the borough of Bedford, being No. 9 and 10 in th" plan of ! said borough. Each lot contains sixty feet front j -pit the Square and one hundred ami twenty feet ,in depth, bounded each by a 20 feet ally, west by the Public square, north by Penn street, and s-outli by the lot of James M. Russell, Esq. Leaving the following named heirs and legal representatives to wit : s Marv, intermarried with William E. Loy, t | residing in Mansfield, Ohio: Charlotte L. P<- ; '• j tifioner intermanied with El wood Harmer, re- j •* siding in Bedford : James, residing in Mansfield, i i : Ohio; who are all of age. Annie E. now in , I Johnstown, Cambria county, Pa.: Caroline A. _ | residing in Mansfield, Ohio: Emma V. resid- j j ing in Bedford : Clements R. also in Mansfield: the last four being minors of whom John Mow ( er, Esq., is Guardian, and William B. and I Samuel D. Scott Miller, residing in Bedford, who are also minors of whom John Cessna, E*q. ' i is Guardian; and that he also left a widow nam ed Elizabeth who has no interest whatsoever in t , his estate. Notice is therefore herbv given that in pur suance of a writ of Partition or Valuation to me directed, I w ill proceed to hold an Inquisition , or Valuation, on the premises,on Saturday th° ' i 2Klh day of July inst., when and where all in ! terested may attend if they see proper. 'J HUGH MOORE, Sheriff. I July G, VALUABLE iflilf Property lor Sale! The s-.discrib-r, aliout to remove to California, ■ offers at Private sale; his valuable Mill Proper- j t y, situate aliout 3 miles East of Bedford, on the j Juuiatta River, in Colerain township, at the lower end of Friend's Cove. , The Mill is four stories high, frame, with three' run of stones, two pair of which are Burrs, hav ing all the machinery necessary to manufacture merchant and eounfiy work in tht|;est manner. It has one of the best water powers in the I'ni ted Slates, which may be known from the fact j that during the last dry season it had" abundance j of water, when nearly evety other mill in the i neighborhood was stopped. " There ate between 10 and 11 acres of land adjoining, six acres under |H>>t fence, about 4- of] which is meadow, on which is erected a good two story log house, weather-boarded and plas tered,good w ater at the door, w-ith all neces- I sar v out buildings also a fine orchard of choice ! fiad, peaches and apples. IE-fog determined to sell purchasers will do j well to examine this property soon. OIH'TERMS will he made,Mo suit the pur chaser. bv giving approved Bonds. HIRAM F. ROHM. June 1, 1855. PUBLIC SALE Ah* Of valuable Coal Laud. By virtue of an Order of the Orphan's Court of Bedford county, ami bv agreement u! all the j parties in interest, the subscribers will offer, at i public sale, on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 20;h day of. J ELY next, all that valuable COAL LAND late the property of M-m-hack Edwards, deceas ed, being a Tract of Land containing two hun dred acres, situate in Broad Top Township, Bedford county, adjoining lands of the Hunt ingdon and Broad Top Mountain rail-toad com pany, Daniel Broadstone, Thomas Griffith, Isaac | Barnet and others. This tract of land is located in the centre of j | the coal-fields of Broadtop, and is one of the! ' most valuable pmperlies in that region of coun try. Jt is partly cleared and under fence, and i well improved. Terms:—One third of purchase money, after j payment of costs and expenses, to remain in j hands ot the purchaser during the life-time of | the widow of Meshack Edwards, deceased, he . ■ paying her the interest thereof annually: or, bv ; agreement, the purchaser, (if he should prefer ; it) may pay this third to the Trustees who are |to invest it in other property. One third of the : purchase money in hand at the confirma ! tion of the safo, and the residue in two equal annual payments without interest, to be secured I bv judgne-nt bonds. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M. of said I day. ALEX. KING, JOHN CESSNA, Trustees, Ac. June 22. 1555. : p i b Lie s iL e or VALUABLE PEOFERTY. The subscriber will offer for sale, in the town <.f' Woodlietry, Bedford county, on Thursday, the 1 9th day of July next*, all those 18 Ivitjs in the tow n of Woodberry, numbered in the gene ral plan of said town as Lots Nos. 14, 33, 34, i 35, 52, 55, 57; 58, 59, GO, 61, 70, 71, 79.. 83,81, and 85—and also a Tract of Land con taining seven acres adjacent to said village. All of the above real estate was granted to i Henry Hoffman by Patent, dated August 14, I SOI, and the said Hoffman and wife bv deed dated August 20, 1801, conveyed tin-same to Matthias Brothers who conveyed the same to Joshua Compton bv deed dated October 7, I SOT, who- by deed dat'-d March 26, 1808, i conveyed the same to David Holsinger. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M. Terms made known on day of Sal" by Cessna A Shannon from whom the same or any part thereof may he purchased at private sale. DAVID IICLSINGER, JACOB M. HOLSINGER. June 22, 1555. VALUABLE WOOD LAMi FOR SALE. The subscriber will sell one hundred acres of ! Land situate near Dnnnings Creek in Napier Township, Bedford county, adjoining lands of Samuel'M. Boor, George Mock, and William Blackburn, being part of the valuable Land be longing to Mrs. Marv M. Sleek. i'he Land is well covered with fine timber, is ol good quality, ami admirably adapted foi culture after it is cieaied. The quantity may ! be increased if di-s-ired bv the purchaser or pur chasers. it can be had at private sale at any time between now- and the 31st of July next, and if not disposed of before that time, it will be j offered at public sale near to Oster's Mill in said j Tow nship, at 1 1 o'clock on that day. Terms: One-third of the purchase money in 1 hand, balance in two equal annual payments without interest, to he secured by Judgments, or bonds and mortgage. Persons desirous of purchasing or examining said land, will please call with Mrs. M. R. Sleek residing on the land, or on John Mower, Esq. in Bedford. TOWN'SEND VVHEELEN, Trustee of Mrs. M. R. Sleek. June 22, 1855. AOTICE! ALL persons knowing themselves to he in debted to the subscriber, either by note or i book account, will please make payment. My Bills are in the hands of Henry Nicodemus, Esq., where those indebted will please call, j and thus save costs. A. WERSEL. June 1, 1555. Notice! Those who borrowed grain and flour of me, ! are notified tHat I shall want it by the first day ,of August next, and sooner, if convenient, it can be left at the mill of David Patterson, Esq. A. WEISEL. June 1, 1555. < DRESS GOODS.—Such as Lawns, Bareges, .Silks, Barege Delaines, Ciinllics, .Mousse/inc. l)c Begc, Alusseliiie. J)e Laines, together with

,a great variety of other DRESS GOODS, just received and tor sale by RL'PP & OSTER. FAMILY GROCERIES—Java and Rio i Coffee, Granulated, crushed, clarified and N. 0. Sugars; best golden Svrup and N. O. Molasses, ! inst received jnd lor sale at f REIT A OSIERS. Sews for the People! : NEW GOODS AT CHEAP CORNER, NO. J. | htHow-Cihzrns :We take this opportunity-i ! of returning you our most sincere thanks fbr the liberal patronage you have so kindly bestowed on u<. We would also inform you that we ! have just returned from the Eastern Cities, with j a large and well selected assortment of Goods, | such as Cloths, Cassimeres, and "Satinets ; Peter f i Shams, for over coats, Jeans, Ladies' fine dress goods, such as Silks, Alpacas, Coburg Cloths, j Bombazines, Merinoes, and a large assortment j I C) ' Bay Slate Shawls, Hosiery, lor Ladies, Com forts, Crapes, Collars, &.C., fs.c.—Mens,' Wo meiis,' Boys' and Childrens' Shoes and Boots, j and a general assortment of Groceries. Crush ed and pulverized Sugars, best Rio Coffee, Teas j :of all kinds, N. 0. Molasses, Golden Syrup, j Mackerel, Salt bv the sack, Baker's Chocolate, Bioma Cocoa, and a general assortment of Goods \ usually kept in a country Store. I A!i kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods at market prices. SANSOM a CEPIIART. | Oct. 13, 185 k KceVc L. Knight* (S/icrrssar tr> Hirtleyi| Knight.) BEDDIXC A XI) CARPET WAREHOUSE, A'o. 14-S South Second Street, Eire doom allure Spruce Street, PI II J.A T) E1 J J'JT IA , ' Where he keeps constantly oil-hand a foil qswtrnent ! :of everv article in his line of U4tine<s. FEATHERS, ! ' FEATtIKR-15F.1)5, Patent Spring Matt reuses, Curled IRih, -Moss. Corn Musk anil Straw Mattresses. Velvet i i Tapestry, Tapestry, Brussels, Three-Ply, Ingrain, Vetietiaii, List, Rag ami llernp Carpetings, Oil Cloths, C.ratoii Mattings, Cocoa ami Spanitih Mattings, Floor any Stair Druggets. Hearth Rugs, Door Mats, Table ! ami Piano Covers, to which he invites the attention ! of purchasers. Oct. 13, 1851 ly. i NEW STORE And New Oood*. GREAT BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE! ELI FISHER Would respectfully avail himself of this me thod of informing the citizens ol Bedford and ytciiiitv that he has opened an entirely .New Dry Ooods, tuocery, and Fancy Store, in the Borough of Bedford, in the room for merly occupied by Dr. Hofius, and second door west of Dr. Harry's Drug and Book Store, where he has just received from the cities of New York and Philadelphia one of the most elegant assortments of Goods e ver brought to Bedford, which, having been pur chased lor cash, under the most favorable cii cumstances, lie leels warranted in saying that he can sell them at prices so low as to ustoni&h the purchaser, and all in wjiul of good Goods, at the shortest jiossible piotit, are invited to give ; him a call. His stock embraces every variety of Ladies Dress Gocds, such as Silks, Satins, Delaines, Bombazines, Spring Shawls, novelties in Lawns, British Prints, Plaid Ginghams, Undersleevies, from ] "2i cents up, Hosiery in every variety, Shoes, Boots and Slippers, lor Ladies and Children— it. tact almost every article adapted to a Ladies' j wardrobe, which it would require tot) much space to enumerate in detail. His stock of FLATS and BONNETS for Ladies, Misses, and Children, is large, rich and CHEAP. His Groceries, Teas, Spices, Syrup, is.c. See. ire all of the very best quality. *"* 1U- He will consider it no trouble to shew his Goods, and he hopes the LADIES especial ly will call ant! examine his assortment wheth er tiiev purchase or not. Always remember, however, that ELI FISHERS is the place for BARGAINS! ! ! April U, 1855. Latiii'N Bfcss Mr*. S. I). POTTS Would respectfully 01)0011001* to the Ladies of Bedford ami vicinity, that she has just opened a large and elegant assortment of all the new styles of Dresses and Mantillas, Super black and Fancy Silks, Oigandi+s and Lawns, Be rages and Tissues, Persian and Muslin Do Raines, French Chintzes and Ginghams, Plain and emb'd Swiss Muslins, Fringes, Gimps, and Lao s, Buttons, Braids anil Cords', A rich assortment of Ribbons, Collars, Sleeves, and ( iieinizetts, Edgings and Insertions, A full supply ol Mourning Goods, Best Kill Gloves of all colors, together will) an extensive and beautiful assort ment of SI RAW and SlLiv LO.NNEIS, trim d and untrimmed. I The special attention of the Ladies is solicit ed to tiie very large assortment just received, and offered at low prices for quality. Bedford, May 11, 185n. Ja*. li* if ill Sam . j Would announce to his friends and the pub lic. that he has purchased the entire Store of (lie late Janus M. Gibson, and intends to continue . business at the old stand. He lias on hand an assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Tt as, Se gars, Jewelry, Kc. Kc. together with Coplec tionanes of every description. In a short time i he will replenish his stock, so as to make it an inducement to purchasers to give him a call.— He has on hand a good supply ol I LOUR, and will make every efibrt to accommodate the peo ple in this line of his business, either wholesale ■or retail. He will also keep Bacon, I ish, . Salt, Molasses, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Brooms, r Brushes, Patent medicines, Drugs, Dye-stuiis, and evel V article usually kept in a retail store. 'I OTr"PAPER HANGING and UPHOLSTER ING will be attended to as usual \vith prompt i ness and despatch and he would take this 01- i casion to sav that he has now on hand, and will furnish to order, on the most favorable terms, I every description ot VV ALL PAPER and BOR - DEIiING. J)y unremitting attention to business, and a disposition to please, be hopes to merit and re ' ceive liberal encouragement. I f Bed lord, April (i, 1855. j ..... - J. White* REAL ESTATE BROKER, t : Office .Yo. 25, Arcade, It est Avenue, riiIL ADELPIIIA. Timber and Coal Lands, Forms and City pro )j perty, bought, sold and exchanged. .Money . procured on Bond and Mortgage, PKRSOXAL , | I'UOPEKTY and MEKCII.IXDJSI;. Apply to or i address as above. May is. 1 555. 'Tin. Two and Four Dorse Thrashing Machines, | made of the very best material, and in the best i workman-like manner, constantly on hand and. for sale at the Machine Shop of PETER H. SHIRES, Bedford, ?a. His Machines are greatly improved to the ad vantage of the FARMER. Also horse Rakes for j raking hav and gleaning grain fields—Cutting ! Boxes, Cultivators, Sing!" and Double Shovel ] Ploil; jh4 —all of which will he sold on the most j j reasonable terms and warranted to give satisfac -1 tion. jFw" FARMERS and others will do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere Reputing of all kinds of Machines and Farm- I i ing utensils done at the shortest notice and most ' reasonable terms. PETER H. SHIRES, .Machinist. 1 June 29, 1855.—Tin. j NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. The undersigned, managers of the Chambers- I hurg arid Bedford Turnpike Company will re ceive proposals up fo the 15th day of August | next fur taking down or re-building the bridge ! (a wood arch about 50 feet in length) over the Raystown branch ofthe Juniata near Bedford. ! For information apply by letter or personally to either ol the undersigned at Bedford. E. L. ANDERSON, SAMUEL DAVIS, June 29. Managers. NEW GOODS AT DECIDED BARGAINS!!! RI'PP &, OSTER are now receiving and o. pening their second supply of New Spring and Summer GOODS, which they have just purchased FOR CASH, in the eastern cities, at a tremendous sacrifice, and which they are now selling at astonishing* i lv low prices for CASH AND APPROVED PRODUCE. They are selling MOISSELLNE DELAINES from (>i cts. up, CALICOES from 5 cts. up, good RIO COFFEE at I2i cents, and every tiling else as cheap as THE CHEAPEST and CHEAPER as to quality than elsewhere this side of Philadelphia. early call is j solicited. Bedford, June 22, 1J355. BACON.—2OOO lbs. prime Shoulders and Hams, warranted corn-fed, (Terms, CASH) just received antHor sale at CHEAP SIDE. FlSH.—lifiMlf. fresh Shad, Mackerel and Herring (Terms CNSH) just received and for sale by HUPP sN OSTER. GRAIN CRADLES.—A lot of'Shase cele brated Greencastlt Grain Cradles just received and for sale by RI'PP & OSTER. Bedford. June 22, 1555. NEW CLOTHING STORE. Ufiftc liippcl j • Would respectfully announce to his old friends, And the public at large, that he has o pened airentirely 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 please all who. give him a call, both as to price and quality. He will also keep an assortment of Dry Goods and Groceries. He invites pur chasers to examine his stock. Bedford, April (i, 1855. Take .\otice! ALL persons indebted to the subscribers, eith er by note, book account, or otherwise, are le quested to make earlv payment.—lndulgence cannot be given bevond the first of September next. All who neglect this notice, will pay costs as a consequence. THOS. li. MURRAY &. BRO. Bloodv-Run, June 29, 1855. CAUTION. All persons are cautioned against trespassing , upon the Poor House Farm, either by hunting, fishing, or otherwise, as the law will be rigidly enforced against all who do so. without respect tj persons. And notice is hereby given that no | cows will hereafter he taken to pasture. By order ofthe Directors. W.M. F. MOREHEAD, June 22. Steward. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the estate of JOHN LAF FKRTY, late ot Jiuiiutla Township, lleillorii coiu.ty, deceased, will make immediate payment—and those having claims against said estate will present tiiein properly authenticated for settlement. JOHN LAFFF.RTY, JOSIAH MILLER, June 22, 1555." Adrti'ts. MAKE SETTLEMENT j The subscriber would respectfully announce j that he desires all persons indebted to him in any way whatever, to make settlement on or before the Ist day of October next. All who ' neglect this notice will find their accounts pla ced i:i the hands of a Justice for collection, with respect to persons. A. SAUPP. June 22, 1855. r \IAI HOODS. . j The undersigned respectfully announces that i they have just opened a laige and well assorted - supply of : SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! > In an advertisement we cannot give an idea - of how cheap we are selling—nor do we desire ' to attract customers by publishing prices of lead • ing articles. " i We embrace this opportunity of thanking all who have so liberally patronized us during the past five years—and, while soliciting their con ' tinned favors, assure them a call will convince j we are selling good Ooods as low—if not lower " . —than can be purchased elsewhere in Bedford, A. B. CRAMER 8- CO. i Exchange Building ■ j April 27, 1855. H. NICODEMUS, Scrivener ant) -Justice ct tl)c peace, BEDFORD, PA. Has removed his office to Juliana street j nearly opposite the Drug and Book store of Dr F. C. Reamer, where he will faithfully alteui j to all business connected with the duties ot hi - ! oliice. y | He will continue to repair clocks and watch . | is, as usual, and respectfully invites those it r need of his services m this line to give him ; call. ; April UL 1855. 1.100 PIECES WALL PAPER. F i! 121 cents to $1 25 per piece, just receiv ed and lor at the variety Store of JAMES K. HALLAM. Bedford, April 27, 1855. MERCERSBURG Stone and Earthenware to be had at VVM. & J. C. KISER'S, Bedford, Pa. May 4, 1855.* Notice: All persons indebted to the estate of DOMNICK COOK, late of the Borough of Bedford, deceased, are ■ requested To make immediate payment—and those having claims against said estate will present them properly authenticated for settlement. ANDRIS BAJJPP, Etreevtor, MARY COOK, Extent™. July 6, 1855. NOTICE : All persons indebted to lh j estate of ISA AC BINGHAM, late of Colerain Township, Bed ! ford County, deceased, are requested to make | immediate payment—and those having claims I against said estate will present them properly authenticated tor settlement. HENRY P. DIEHL, VVM. ENGLAND, Idminisirators. | : June 29, 1855. JOSEPH W. TATE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, REAL ESTATE BROKER, BOUNTY LAND, AND CLAIM AGENT, 1 Has for sale FOUR FARMS and acres :of unimproved Land. [CP" Liberal advances • made. Land Warrants bought and sold. ! f in Julianna street. Bedford, May 11, 1855—bin. NOTICE. -Notice is hereby given that letters ofAdmin ' istration have been granted to the subscricer on , the estate of VVillliam N. Porter, late of Lon . donderry Township, Bedford county, deceased N —all persons having claims will present them I properly authenticated for settlement, and those ■ i indebted will make immediate payment. , j THOS. J. PORTER, J June 29, 1555.* AdvTr. A CARD. MRS. MARY COOK (widow of Dominick ! Cook) would announce to visitors to the Springs, t 1 anil the public generally, that, having secured the services cf a gentleman eminently qualified • to manage her affairs, the Washington Hotel is . i now ready to afford the best of accommodations. The house lias been newly papered, painted and i furnished, and she feels satisfied that alt who ' i patronize the "Washington" will be pleased.— She hopes to be liberally encouraged. Bedford, June 29, 1855. Henry Siin^ {Of the lute Firm of King 6r Moor head.) i iCcmmtsston fllcrcl)ant, - DEALER IN PIG METAL, BLOOMS, U Western Produce, &e. &e. && No. 76, Water Street, beiow Market, t Pittsburg, Pa. , Tim undersigned will continue the Commis . sion Business at the above piace; and having I provided himself with suitable conveniences for . the storage cf Pig Metal, Blooms, Produce, Kc. is now prepared to receive consignments. By long experience in the business, and bv conslant attention, he hopes to merit a generous share of trade, which he respectfully solicits. . j HENRY S. KING. . j April 27, 1855. JC3 MANN. G. H. SPANG. r LAW PARTNERSHIP THE undersigned have associated themselves in the Practice of the Law, and will attend promptly to alt business entrusted to their care in Bedford and ad joinin" counties. DC7" Office on .lulianna Street, three doors south of "Mengel House," opposite the residence of Maj. Tate. JOB MANX, r June 2, 1651. G. H. SPANG. : FOR RENT, , And possession given on the Ist of June, a TAN YARD in the Borough of Bedford, with . all the fixtures complete, and a Dwelling adja cent thereto. Apply to either of the under signed. Wm. Hartley, Job Mann, John H. Rush, March 30, 1855. For the Heirs. ,!.. . . _ p D. K. WI'NUERLICH. B. F. SfcAD. VI underlicli & Neadi ionwtrbtnq tEcmmissioit fllentjants, . ] North Second Street, opposite the CumhtrUmd Valley Hail lioeid Depot, CHAMBERSBURG. el [Gr"They are at all times prepared to carry all l kinds of Produce to, and Merchandise, 6tc., from Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the shortest notice. They \*ill also purchase Flour, Grain, &c., at Ll : mai ket price. COAL, LUMBER, SALT, FISH, GUANO, and i, PLASTER on hand and lor sale low. June 10, 1553. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA., BRA SON L SHIRLS. Sept. 1, 1854. t d j I>. Iloi'dcr, C lock & Watch Maker AND DEALER IN JEWELRY, a ' Would respectfully announce to the citizens e 1 of Bedford, and the public in general, that he has opened a Jewelry Store in the building re j eentlv occupied by H. Nicodemus, Esq. nearly '' opposite the Btdlord Hotel, where he will be e i pleased to see all in want of articles in his line, '"j He has on hand, and vviil constautly keep, an e j elegant assortment of JEWELRY, and will re r j pair Clocks and Watches in the bert style. He '•! hopes to receive a liberal share of patronage, as he feels satisfied lie can render satisfaction to all >' who entrust him with their work. His terms j will be moderate. lie bason hand fluid and Silver WATCHES, j Silver S|>oons, Thimbles, Butter Knives, Gold and Silver I'ens and Pencils, N.C. N.c. j N. H. He still continues the Gunsmitbiiig t, business, at his old stand, in the East end ot r. town, \\ here he tias a good and competent work d mail constantly employed. D. B. is April 27, 1855. STOVE BLACKING, n AM. persons in want of Stove Blacking will <t; find an article tttlled the \ ictoria, superior to anything ol the kind now iti use. GEO. BLYMIRE.