Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, August 10, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated August 10, 1855 Page 3
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> SHERIFF'S SALES! j ov virtue of Sundry Writs of Ft* Fa to me direct- U L wilt be sold at the Court House u. the b --kf Bell ford on MONDAY the J.I day ofSeptem r°u2" .. ~ o o vtock 1* M the following Real Estate s off Ih JJ * l ~ "n e tract of land containing 11 acres more or le*< 7*o acres cleared and under fence wttW a two * lo® house one cabin bouse and double log barn j! ° rJ n erected also an apple orchard thereon adjoin- of Jacob Snider Benjaniin Yoder and others; j° v. ol ,th Woodbury township Bedford county "Trsken"in execution as the property of Adam Fink. *[>o one tract of land containing about 150 acres 7 less about 100 acres cleared and under fence T' lln erected adjoining lands of Benjamin Lybar !,eri. ° ~ps J.ogue and other-; situate in Londonderry s "*hi„ Bedford County and taken in execujMft as ! 't* ruii'ierty ofJehn Wolford. f/ | Vi >0 one tract of Land containing 100 acres more j about 30 acres cleared and under fence with a hlnn fiouseiwnd log stable with door at- j " ,j (tjpreon erected al.-o an apple otcbard thereon lands of Jacob Fletcher Bhilip Stockman i "7' 77s situate in Monroe township Bedford Co ""ll "taken' ir.--execution as the property ot Elijah j lla iLSO one lot of ground fronting 03 feet on the ! ■flic roail a,u ' .extending bark J\~> feet with a two o 10-< souse with Kitchen attached cpoper shop d | )'aipe stable thereon erected adjoining lot ofjohn J Mekn.uev John Kberly and others: stituate in 7, 7 Woodbury Township Bedford County and taken as the property,,of Jaroh Stoler. 111 tiStloue lot ot ground in f'uttonsvilie fronting on V ~7;.r>'T oil feet and extending back 175 feet to 0 f David Stotier wilrf'4-..two story stone House :'',t jr.ro* stable thereon erected adjoining Lands of livid Staler James Pat ton Esq andothtpj situate in ; ! o-or.sville South Woobeiy Town/Jitp,B>tßord CouD- > • v am l taken in execution- as the property of ijanjfil 11 s() one tract of f.anil containing about 250 arris n-iirv OT less about 50 acres cleared and under ftnre !' ui h a cabin house and two logstabfes theon erect- 1 v |„Wo an apple orchard thereon adjoining lands of! l'!ia< Perrin David Fletcher*and other.s; situate ;n V-'-roe township Bedford County and taken,iu exe the Property of Thomas Km*-r. , HI (ill .MOORE, Sheriff. Aug. 10 1553. St. McliolaK Hotel, iT uml}c v i a ii, ill i). Tlte Proprietor respectfully begs leave to in f.rin ihe travelling public that this house has re- ■ 1 cenltv been thoroughly re-fitted and completely j 1 renovated, ant! is now ready to receive guest*. It is the earnest desire and intention of the ' Proprietor to give perfect satisfaction to those ' Mho lavor hiin with their patronage. A libe- 1 rai share is confidently'expected. SAMUEL LUMAN, Proprietor. ! Successor to H. If. Dow Co. ! Cumberland,_ Aug. 10, 1 Son. j PI BUG SALE OF REAL ESTATE. The subscriber, execuior of the Will of Jacob U'erking, deceased, will sell, at public sale, on the lifcinifes, on Friday the 31st day of August uist. the i t i loviiig valuable Ken) I.state, to w irt ()i;- Tmrt of Patented Land, situate in South Wpiidl'Sfiv Township, Bedford County, containing ■ acres and allowance, nearly nil cleared and undei tf.rv. and an adjoining tract of Mountain Lund, con •. i.tj acres and allowance, about 1 I acres of 1 , a; cleared—the hallauee good timber land.— ( ; :(ivi merits on the Tract first mentioned are I • " fiui-hed Frame Ilon-e, two stories high, i ack ft. i l:ng for dining room, kitchen, - ■ r ;;aiue building, the lower pait used lor a i ■ g |;o',.-e and ua-li house, the upper part tor . . Uabti-I maker shop ;au excellent Bank Barn, re- I ; viifv (milt, with a wagon -bed attached, and a I nofce house and other out building*. The buildings, mures, Ac., are in good repair. There is also a large orchard of choice fruit trees on the premises, and a ; great variety ot plum, cherry, pear and other trees in ttie yard and around the buildings, and asthe proper ty is near the mountain on ihe east side, there is gen- ; . rr!!v an abundance of fruit every year and of the | hesT quo 11 ■ > —this, together with fh! handsome sit- nation, good spring water, and other advantages. nal,e tin- property a very desirable one. worthy of the attention ol any person wishing To purchase lam!. - "As the subscriber is abn authorized to sell at piivate >a|e, any person de-itotis of purchasing in j ' tl.ai M,;y. will plea - e call on hirn at any time previ- | oie to the day of sale. '/Vr.—One third in hand firs' of April next, when possession will he given—balance in three 1 e<|!ial annual payments, without interest, secured in the u-ual manner. - JOS. B. NOBLE, Executor. | August 3, 1855. NOTICE : I Adam Kershner vs. J In the Court of Com- i , Kesiah Kersltner. mou Pleas in and for the j To Kesiah Kershner County ol Bed ford, Sep- j the defendant above ) (ember Term, 18b-), No. j named. j 92 Sue Lihei for Divorce. BY A irture of an Order of the said Court T hereby notify you lhat von are requested to ap- 1 pear before the same, on MONDAY . the third ; • 'lav of September, A. D. 1855, at Bedford, to ; 1 aas'er to the complaint of Plaint ifTpreferted in 1 this suit. HT OH MOORE, IH-jh Sheriff of Be/fjord Ctjuniij.' ' August 3, 1855. ' 1 850 Acres of j VALUAELE LAND FOR SALE. By Yir'tie of an order of the Orphans' Court of Som- i "set comity, to n- directed, there will he exposed to ■ ale by public outcry, on the premises, late the pro- 1 < pert yof Hugh Sproat. of Allegheny township, dee'd., ; On Tuesday the 2lst Dav of August ' tiexi, the following described Real F.state, To wit: 1 Tract No. I—situate in Allegheny township, in said county, containing 100 acres and allowance; about .*0 acres clear. The improvement* are a one ■ da half Story DWELLING HOUSE, STABLE and "'here nut-building*. There is al-o a thriving young , errhard of apples and peaches on the premise*—ad- < /lining lands of JohnCorley, William Barrick, Widow loner and borne-tead of decedent. ' No. 2—containing 200 acres, more or les*. situate ( in the township afore-aid. Iving on the south-east < Mile o| the Bedford and Somerset Turnpike lioad ; , | ntrout 70 arres cleared ; Dwelling House and Stable 'hereon erected—adjoining lands of John Corley, Robt. Adams end others. No. 3—containing 200 acres, more or less, adjoin ing No. 2, John Kaig, William Laffertv, Jesse Vaten 'me and others ; 05 arres clear. 12 acres of which! at" in good meadow; Dwelling House; together with ] a fine orchard of fruit trees on the premise*. Tracts'; 2 and 3 lie in one body, and will he offered to i 'tut pnrchasers, either the whole or in parcels as ! ( described. 1 t AH three tracts are well watered, under good fence, ' i a "d the land of good quality. Any person wishing to i see either of the above tracts will be show n the same ' . 'v calling at the late residence of the decedent, in j A euhcr : y township. Possession given on the Ist '"V ot October next. Terms made known on day of Hie. MARY SPROAT. GKO. YV. BEN FORD, | ; Adm'rs. of Hugh Bpioat, dee'd. | c ALSO— There will be offered for sale at the same ! C me and place the homestead of decedent, containing " ■"•re*, more or le-s; about 180 acres clear. The Improvement* are a large two story Dwelling 'mse. Bank Barn, large Stable and other buildings, i •e property has every convenience, and is one of [ ,' pr desirable properties fcr a TAVERN STAND etween Somerset and Bedford. The whole 350 / acres | t e one on h o jh sides of the Bedford • omer-et turnpike. On the above place there "owry of 5770 79, the interest w hereof is annn- j * V i'° to Catharine Statler. widow of John | ' ' er, dee'd.; and after her dpath the principal to , R''heir, nl the decedent. ' erms made known on dav of sale. July 27, • | a j . ' Notice! In t'.ie Uourt of Common I'ivase in anil lor lite County of Bedford. Application of the Bedford Cemeleri/ Associa tion for a Charter of Incorporation. ALL persons interested aru lureby notified that (be fbllowniw named corporators, viz ; Alexander King, F. Benedict, D. VVasfiabaugh, | -S. b, Ruysell, Robert Fyan, Jtio. R. Jordan, Jno.,F. Reed, Ceo. W. Bowman, E. L. An- i derion, H. Heckerman, S. H. Tate, D. Over, VV. JH. Watson, Win. ftl. ilall, F. C. Reamer, i J not Mower, Wm. Kiser, O. E. Shannon, Geo. Djyfjfflire, S. Shuck, S. Brown, YV. Lyon, G. H. Spafig, Jno. H. Rush, C. N. Ilickok and Wm. J, Diugherty have applied lo the Court atore said for corporate powers; and that said Couit I i have directed that notice of *lheir application be published, and having perused the proposed ; charter (in writing) have directed the same to i he filed in the office of the Prothonofary of satd ; coufliy. BY THE COURT. Attest:—D. Washabaugh, Proth'y. ly 13. 1855. FARM FOR SALE! The undersigned will exjrose to sale, on the j premises, on FRIDAY, the ITlh day of August -proximo, *ll that desirable FARM toe late resi 4enee ol George Abodelskv, deceased ; situate ill Juniata Town-hip, Bedford County, near; FhenHfillages of Bueua \ isla and ScLellsburg, i to public roads, churches and schools > . aljofning lands ol Conrad Guyer, and others. Pvnftbining 56 acres, more or less, about 46 acres j cleared and under cultivation, a large |x>rtioi: beautiful meadow land—with a log house ami i logibarri thereon, also a small apple orchard. j ' "TERMS : One third of the purchase money j ? to be paid in cash at the confirmation of the sale, , when thvileed will he delivered possession re- ( sefved unlli Ist day of April, 1856. One third 1 to remain in the property for the use of the/ widowjiuring her life time, the interest thereof i _ to U'lfihid her annually, and at her death the r priiTcip-.il to the heirs—the remaining one third ' i to be paid in two equal annual pavments from i the confirmation of the sale, without interest— / the pavnient ot the whole to be secured by judg- j ment bonds or bonds and mortgage, to be a lien ' upon said premises. Due attendance will be given by the under- ( signed. Any persons desiring to purchase, can have | full particulars bv tailing ujion JN(J. B. REED, ' Esq. Bedtbrd. , LEONARD BITTNER, j „ Guardian 'f the minor children of ! j Gtorgt Abudct-sky, deceased. 1 Julv 13, 1855. " ' c Notice ! The undersigned having been appointed Seijtffra tor of the Pattotisville arid YYnodbiiiy Turnpike Jload ! Cmpsuiy, hereby notifies all persons indebted to said . f (*mi<piiny to nuke payment to tmn, without delay; iie also requests Ihe cteiiitors of said company to pre -etit their respective accounts or demands as soon a- | convenient. Tho-e persons who have pos-ession of > ony'property or effect- belonging to the Company, ; are desired to deliver the same to hitn iinmediate lv. ; JOSEPH B. NOBLE, South Uoodberiy Township, i July 13, 1555.— 1t. * (I SAY E MONEY.—To n.akt* room lor fall stock—from this date nr will .sell every descrip- (1 toin ol Summer Gitods at very reduced prices.— d Call and save money ! v A. B. Cramer Sc. Co. FOR SALE.—A handsome, well made Bug- t <ry, with falling top, will be sold very low fur 0 Cash or approved paper. A. B. Cramer \. Co. a FLY NETTS.—FIv Netts for horses—sin- f| gle or in pairs—lor sale by , '' A. B. Cramer &. Co. Ytireshinf Maehiiie FOR SALE. The subscriber has on hand, and for sale, a j lirst iute Threshing Machine (three horse (low er) which lie will dispose ol on reasonable terms. It is entiiely new. JACOB REED. Bedford, July 27,1855. AT PRIVATE SALE, !• That valuable and highly imptoved property j at the corner of Maine and Richard streets in j. the Borough of Bedford. To the gentle' ian of a fortune, desirous of a summer retreat from the heat and dust ot the city, and within a mile and j a quarter of the celebrated Mineral Springs, in ; the most healthy seetion of middle Pennsylva nia, can now have, (or a liberal sum, a rural | j spot unsurpassed for convenience and comfort. ! j Call anil see. iJTC*For further information, in- a qujre at this office. July 27, IS5:>. j r NOTICE. A Dividenrl of one per n-nt. has been de clared on the Capitol Stock ofthe Chambershurg ( and Bedford Turnpike Road Co. Payable on 8 tlie Ist of August next at the office of E. L. An- j derson, Esq. at Bedford. G. K. MESSERSMITH, Treas'r. I Julv 20, 1855. NOTICE. ! All persons indebted to the estate of Mary Sammel, late of St. Clair township, Bedford : county, deceased, are requested to make imme diate payment: and those having claims against j 1 said estate will present them properly authen- 0 ticated for settlement. SAMUEL CARN, Adm'r. July 20, 1855.* Notice to Collectors. COLLECTORS ol Taxes in possession of the Duplicates ol the Poor and House of Employ- c merit are notified that, unless they make imme- n diate paynierit, suits will be instituted against a them without respect to persons. This notice j h i 3 in earnest, and all who neglect it, will subject themselves to COSTS. By order of the Direc- u tors. JOHN H. RUSH, May IS, 1855. Treasurer. Notice! | h Those who borrowed grain and Hour of me, c 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. tVEISEL. June 1, 1855. ' •I. White, REAL ESTATE BROKER, Office .X'o. 25, Arcade, West Avenue, PHIL ADELPHIA. Timber and Coal Lands, Farms and City pro pertv, bought, sold and exchanged. Money procured on Bond and Mortgage, Personal j PROPERTY and Meccjianttise. Apply to or (' addrt ts as above. May 18, 1855. 3in. j VALUABLE Property lor Sale! The subscriber, about to remove to California, offers at Private sale, his valuable Mill Proper ty, situate about 3 miles East of Bedford, on the Juniatta River, in Colerain township, at the lower end of Friend's Cove. The Mill is lour stories high, frame, with three run of stones, two pair of which are Burrs, hav ing all the machinery necessary to manulacture merchant and country work in the best manner. It has one of the best water powers in the Uni ted Slates, which may be known from the fact that during the last dry season it had abundance of water, when nearly every olher mill in the neighborhood was stopped. There are bet ween 10 and 11 acres of land adjoining, six acres under (>o.st fence, about 4 of which is meadow, on which is erected a good two story log house, weather-boarded and plas tered, good water at the door, with all neces sary out buildings—also a fine orchard of choice fruit, peaches and apples. Being determined to sell purchasers will do; well to examine this property soon. u ill he made to suit the pur chaser. by giving approved Bonds. HIRAM F. ROHM. June 1, 1855. lIKMBOLirs liKNLINK I'RKPARATIONS. JlelmlwW's Highly Concentrated iCcrmpoimi) Tluiti detract ot Uuchn, For Diseases oj the Bladder anil Kidneys, Se cret Diseases, Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases oj' Ihe. Sexual Organs, ; whether in JJole or Female, Irom whatever cause they niuy have originated and j no matter of how long .-landing. If you have contracted the terrible disease which, ' when once seated in the system, will surety go down ! trom one generation to another, undermining the j constitution and sapping the very vita! Hunts of life, j do not tiu*t yourself in the hands of Quacks, who j stait uji every day in a <-ity 1■ Ue this, and till the paper- with glaring ialsehoods too well calculated to ! deceive the young and tho-e not acquainted with ! their tricks. Yon cannot be too careful in the se- j lection ot a remedy in these cases. THE FLUID EXTRACT BUCHC lias been pro-' nouneed by eminent Phv.-icians 'J'IITZ Gltls.K'VliST \ ItliMliDY KVKIt KiXOIVJY. It is n medicine perfectly plea-ant in its ta-te and very innocent in its action, am! vet so thorough thai it annihilates every particle ot the rank and poisonou* virus of this dread ill) disease ; and, unlike olher remedies, it does not dry up the disea-e in the Mood. CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITY, brought on by ; self-abuse, a nio.-t terrible disease, which has brought thousands of the human race to untimely graves, j thus the brilliant hopes of parents, and ! blighting in the bud the glorious ambition of many a noble youth, ran tie cured by this infallible remedy. ! And at a medicine which must benefit everybody, liom the simply delicate to the confined and despair- ' ing invalid, no equal is to be found, acting both as a cure and preventative. HKLMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED Cpvti'OUMi fI.IHB EXTRACT SAUS.U'AKILI.A, For purifying the Blood, removing all diseases aris- j ing from excess of Mercury, exposure and impru- . deuce in life, chronic constitutional disease, arising trom an impure state of the Blood, and the only re liable and effectual known remedy for the cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scald llead. Ulcerations of tile Throat anJ I.egs, Bams and Swellings of the Bones, 'Tetter, Dimples on the Face, and all j Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. This article is now prescribed by some of tire most distinguished Physicians in the country, and has pin- ] ved more efficient in practice than any preparation of Sarsaparilla yet offered to the public. Several cases nf secondary Syphilis, Mercurial arid Scroi iiuuf diseases have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our Public Institutions which had for many \ years resisted every mode ot treatment that could be devised. These cases furnish striking examples of the salutary effects of this medicine in arresting some oftlre most inveterate diseases, after theglaud* were destroyed and the bones already affected. NOTICE.— I.etters from responsible Physicians and Profes-ors of several Medical Colleges, and ceitr ticntes of cures from patients will be found accom panying both Prepaiation-. Prices—Fluid Extract of Buchu, $1 per bottle. " " Sarsaparilla' " " or G bottles for $3, equal in strength to one gallon Syrup of Sarsapardla. Prepared and Sold by H. T. HELM BOLD. Chemist 2ti3, Chestnut Sheet, near the Giranl House, VIirr.AG.DU'HIA. C7~To lie had of Dr. F. C. Reamer, Bedford, Pa. July 20, 1855. !y. IkOTICE! ALL persons knowing themselves to be in ilebleti to the subscriber, r'lther by note or ; book account, will please make payment. My | Bills are in the hands ot Henry Nicodemu.*, Esq., where those indebted will phase call, and thus save costs. A. YVEISEL. June 1, 1855. DRESS GOODS.—Such as Lawns, Bareges. Silks, Barege Delaines, C/tallies, .Mousse!ine De Bege, .Musseline De Laints, together with a great variety of other DRESS GOODS, just received and lor sale by RUPP &. OSTER. FAMILY GROCERIES.—Java and Jiio ! Collee, Granulated, crushed, clarified and N*. O. Sugars; best golden Syrup and N. O. Molasses, just received and for sale at RUPP & OSIER'S. NOTICE TO COLLECTORS. The State Treasurer having made a peremp tory call on tlte Treasurer of litis County, lor ! all State taxes up to and including those ot '55,! Collectors are, therefore, hereby required to j collect and pay over, without delay, the amount of State taxes yet due on their respective dupli cates. Bv order ofthe Commissioner®. JOHN MOYVER, June 1, 1855. Attorney. MACHINE SHOP ! Two arid Four Horse Thrashing Machines constantly on hand, and made ol the very best material. They are greatly improved above iny other of the kind lo the advantage of the larmer. For sale at the MACHINE SHOP of WILLIAM RITCHEY, rt short distance east of Blice's Hotel, Bed ford, Penna. Also, Pierpoint's Patent Strawshaker, which has not been surpassed any where, and are so constructed that they operate smoothly and lake but little power to drive them. They can je attached to any kind ol machine straps or tumbling shaft power. QjP" Farmers would do well to call and see for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. Farming utensils ol all kinds made to order. All warranted to give satisfaction. * t * Repairing done at the shortest notice and most reasonable terms. WILLIAM RITCHEY, „■Machinist. 1 July 13, 1855.—3 m. JUST RECEIVED—A few cases mens' fine 'all and Morocco Boots. A. B. Cramer -N Co. I\eWs for the People: NEW GOODS AT CHEAP CORNER, NO. I. i /cllow-L itizens .• We take this opportunity ', of returning you our most sincere thanks for the ,; liberal patronage you have so kindly bestowed jon us. We would also inform you that we ' j have just returned from the Eastern Cities, with ,; & large and well selected assortment of Goods, _ i such as Cloths, Cassnneres, and Satinets; Peter I Shams, for over coats, Jeans, Ladies' tine goods, such as Silks, Alpacas, Coburg Cloths, Bombazines, Meriiioes, and a large assortment of Bay State Shawls, Hosiery, for Ladies, Com | forts, Crapes, Collars, &.C., *&. c. Wo mens,' Boys' and Childrens' Shoes and Boots, and a general assortment of Groceries. Crush ed and pulverized Sugars, best Rio Coffee, Teas r i of all kinds, N. O. Molasses, G olden Syrup, Mackerel, Salt by the sack, Baker's Chocolate, ! Hroma Cocoa, and a general assortment of Goods usually kept in a country Store. Kjf" All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods at market prices. SANSO.M & GEPHART. ! Oct. 13, ISST. Iteeve I>. knight, {Snretmar to Hartley ip Knight,} | BEDDING AND CARPET WAREHOUSE, JV'o. 14-8 South Second Street, | Tier door* above Sprttre Street, PHILADELPHIA, | Where he keeps constantly on hand a lull assortment j |of every article in his line of business. FF.ATHF.RS, j FF.ATHKft-BEDS, I'atent Spring Mattresses, Curled | J lair, Moss, Corn Husk and Straw Mattresses, Velvet Tapestry, Tapestry, Bru-seis, Thiee-l'ly, Ingram, ! Venetian, List, Rag and HempCarpetings,Oil Cloths, j Canton Maltuigs, Cocoa ami Spanish Mattings, Floor , ami Stair Drugget*. Hearth Itugs, !>oor Mats, Table and Piano Covers, to which lie invites the attention i of purchasers. ! Oct. 1 :J, I Sol.—ly. HEW STORE And \tu Goods. GREAT BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE ! ELI FISHER i Would respectfully avail himself of this me thod of informing the citizens of Bedford and i vicinity that he has opened an entirely New Dry Goods, Grocery, and Fancy Store, in the Borough of Bedford, in the room for . merly occupied by Dr. Holius, 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 ol Goods e- 1 ■ ver brought to Bedford, which, having been pur- : chased for cash, under the most favorable cir cumstances, he leels warranted in say log that lie can sell them at prices so low as to union ish the ; purchaser, and all in want of good (ioods, at ! the shortest possible piotit, are invited to give < him a call. His stock embraces every variety I of ! Ladies Dress Goods, such as Silks, Satins, Delaines, Bombazines, ' Spring Shawls, novelties in Lawns, British Pints, Plaid Ginghams, Undersleeves, from lili cents up, Hosiery in every variety, Shoes, j Boots and Slippers, lor Ladies and Children— j in fact almost every article adapted to a Ladies' wardrobe, which it would require too much i space to enumerate in detail. His stock of, FLATS and BONNETS lor Ladies, Misses,and Children, is large, rich and CHEAP. *• His Groceries, l eas, Spices, Syrup, Kc. Sec. are all ol the very best quality. Jyj He will consider it no trouble to shew his (foods, ami he hopes the LADIES especial ly will call and examine his assortment wheth !er they purchase or noG Always remember, 1 however, that ELI FISHER'S is the place lot BARGAINS!!! April!), I8f)5. Ladies WITSS Goods. Mrs. S. E. POTTS Would respectfully announce to the Ladies of | Bedford and 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, Oigandjes and Lawns, Berages and Tissues, Persian and Muslin De Laines, French Chintzes and Ginghams, Plain and emb'd Swiss Muslins, Fringes, Gimps, and Laces, Buttons, Braids and Cords, A rich assortment of Ribbons, Collars, Sleeves, and Chemizetts, Edgirigs and Insertings, A full supply of Mourning (ioods, Best Kid Gloves of all colors, together with an extensive and beautiful assort ment of STRAW and SILK BONNETS, trim'd j and iintriiTinied. The Special attention of the Ladies is solicit- . ed to tlie very large assortment just received, j and offered at low prices for quality. Bedford, May 11, 1855. .las. li. Ilallaia Would announce to his Iriendsand the pub- j • lie that he has purchased the entire Store oi the ! i late James M. Gibson, and intends to continue | business at the old stand. He has on hand an j assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Teas, Se- i gars, Jewelry, Kc. ixc. together with Coulee- ] tionaries of every description. In a short time ; he will replenish his stock, so as to make it an ! I inducement to purchasers to give him a call.— j He has on hand a good supply of FLOUR, and ! will make every effort to accommodate thepeo : pie in this line of his business, either wholesale j ;or retail. He will also keep Bacon, Fish, Salt, Molasses, Boots, Shoes, Flats, Brooms, ! Brushes, Patent medicines, Drugs, Dye-stuffs, j i and everv article usually kept in a retail store. (Dr-PAPER HANGING and UPHOLSTER- j ING will be attended to as usual with prompt- j nessand 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, j everv description ol WALL PAPER and BOR- j | DERING. Bv unremitting attention to business, and a \ disposition to please, he hopes to merit and re- j ceive liberal encouragement. Bedford, April G, 1555. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION i WAREHOUSE Chambeßburg, Pennsylvania. THE subscribers are prepared al all tuues to carry ' Produce of every description and Merchandize to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, on the_most rea sonable terms. The highest price paid at all times lor nil kinds of country Produce. DTFTlereiving Depots, BFZID Ik CO. .'165 Market 1 street, Philadelphia.—JOHN BKJHAN, Baltimore, No. 131 11 3treet. C. W. FASTER k CO. ; Feb. 9, 1955 sm.* I | Two ami Four Horse Thrashing Machines, ■ made of the very best material, and in the best workman-like manner, constantly on hand and • for sale at the Machine Shop of | PETER H. SHIRES, Bedford, Pa. i Ilis Machines are greatly improved to the ad ( vantage of the FABMEK. Also horse Rakes for • raking hay and gleaning grain fields—Cutting ; Boxes, Cultivators, SiDgle and Double Shovel ( Ploughs—all of which will be sold on the most reasonable terms and warranted to give satisfac . tion. ftjr" FARMERS and others will do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere Reparing of all kinds of Machines and Farm ing utensils done at the shortest notice and most j reasonable terms. PETER H. SHIRES, j .Machinist. ] June 29, 1855.—Am. NOTICE TO RRIDGE iIIALDERS. The undersigned, managers of the Chambers hurg and Bedford Turnpike Company will re-- ceivy projjosals up to the 15th day of August 1 next for taking down or re-building the bridge (a wood arch about 50 feet in length) over the I Kaystown branch ofthe Juniata near Bedford. For information apply by letter or personally to either ol the undersigned at Bedford. £. L. ANDERSON, SAMUEL DAVIS, June 29. Managers. NEW GOODS AT DECIDED BARGAINS! !! RUPP &. OSTER are now receiving and o. peuing their second supply of New Sjiring; and Summer GOODS, i which they have just purchased'FOß CASH, in the eastern cities* at a tremendous sacrifice,; and which they are now selling at astonishing-' j iv low prices for CASH AND APPROVED : PRODUCE. They are selling MOCSSELINE DELAINES from GJ cts. up, CALICOES from i 5 cts. up, good RIO COFFEE at 121 cents, and every thing else as cheap as THE CHEAPEST laud CHEAPER as to quality than elsewhere this side of Philadelphia. early call is | solicited. Bedford, June 22, 1555. BACON.—2OOO lbs. prime Shoulders and Hams, warranted corn-fed, (Terms, CASH) just | j received and for sale at CHEAP SIDE. FISH.—2O blls. fresh Shad, Mackerel and Herring (Terms CASH) just received and for sale by RUPP & OSTER. GRAIN CRADLES.—A lot of Shase cele ! brated Greencastle Grain Cradles just received and for sale by RUPP OSTER. Bedford, June 22, 1855. NEW CLOTHING STORE. Linpel Would respectfully announce to his old friends, and the public at large, that he has o , pened an entirely new CLOTHING STORE in | tlie Borough of Bedford, in the room recently HI the occupancy of Solomon Filler, where he i has just received a very superior assortment of ready-made Clothing for Men and Boys, to which lie invites attention, satisfied that lie can please all who give nim a call, both as to price and quality. He will also keep an assortment ;of Dry Goods and Groceries. He invites pur- S chasers to examine his stock. Bedford, April 6, 1855. Take Aotice! ALL persons indebted to the subscribers, eith er by note, book account, or otherwise, are rt : quested to make early payment. lndulgence , cannot be given beyond the first of September next. All who neglect this notice, will pay ' costs as a consequence. THOS. 11. MURRAY & BRO. Bloody-Run, June 29, 1855. CAUTION. ! All persons are cautioned against trespassing upon the Poor House Farm, either by hunting, 1 fishing, or otherwise, as the law will be rigidly j enforced against all who do so. without respect to persons. And notice is hereby given that no cows will hereafter be taken to pasture. By order ofthe Directors. WM. F. MOREHEAD, June 22. Steward. NOTICE. All persons indebted to The estate of JOHN LAF FKRTV, late ol Juniatta Town-hip, Bed lord county, • deceased, will make immediate payment—anil those | having claims against said estate will present them properly authenticated lor settlement. JOHN LAFFF.RTY, JOSIAH MILLKR, June 22, 1835.* ' Adra'rs. MAKE SETTLEMENT. The subscriber would respectfully announce ; that be desires all persons indebted to hint in any way whatever, to make settlement on or 1 before the Ist day of October next. All who ! neglect this notice will find their accounts pla ced in the * hands of a Justice for collection,! with respect to persons. A. SAUPP. June 22, 1555. | ~ NEW GOODS. The undersigned respectfully announces that ' they have just opened a laige and well assorted ; i supply of j SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! | In an advertisement we cannot give an idea of how cheap we are selling—nor do we desire i to attract customers by publishing prices of lend ing articles. VYe embrace this opportunity of thanking all i 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 Goods as low—if uot lower ; —than can be purchased elsewhere in Bedford.! A. B. CRAMER &. CO. j Exchange Building., April 27, 1555. H. NICODEMUS, Scrkenec ant) -Justice cf tl)e jycace, BEDFORD, PA. Has removed his office to Juliana street,; ! nearly opposite the Drug and Book store of Dr.' F. C. Reamer, where he will faithfully attend | to all business connected with the duties of his office. He will continue to repair clocks and watch- j es, as usual, and respectfully invites those in need o( his services in this line to give him a call. i April 13. 1855. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Situate in Cumberland Valley Township* Bedford County* Penna., about nine milee south i of the B-iltim! Mineral Springs, on the public ' road leading to Cumberland— Will be offered at public sale, at the Court House, in the town of Bedford, on Tuesday, the 4-th day of Septembe'r next, at one o'clock, P. Mt, all that valuable tract or tracts of land situate as above described, and containing, as i per connected survey, 826 acres and 65 lur ches ; a largp portion of which is the best qual ity of land for agricultural purposes. The farm or farms are also very desirable for any person who niay wish to devote a portion . of time to the raising of stock, having thereon I two or three streams ol never tailing spring w | ter running through the whole length of the tract; and a large quantity of meadow land.— The farms are also very well timbered, and the I clear land at this time in a good state ol cultiva tion, and among the most productive lands in . the county. The said tracts of lands are a jsirtion of the tval estate of the Hon. JOHN TOD, deceased, aod the title to the same is undisputed. Any person who may desire to examine the prop erty can do so by calling upon Mr. Baitzer | Fletcher, who rdsides on the lower farm : and, lor any further information as to the land, the ; title, &.C., reference is made to Hon. JOB i MANN, of the town ol Bedford, or to the un dersigned at Harrisluitg, l'a. CONDITIONS OF SAl.E:—The pur chase money will be divided into four equal payments, viz : One fourth to lie paid in cash ! on or before the Ist day of April next, at which tirhe a deed of conveyance will he insde to the purchaser or purchasers, and possession given —the balance of the purchase money to be di vided into three annual pavmeats, viUiout in terest, to be secured by bonds and mortgage oil the property. A small portion ol the first pay ment—sav liom three to five hundred dollars—- will be required to be paid in cash at the time of executing the contract of sale—the balance of said payment at the time specified for deliv ering the deed and giving possession. Further time on the back payments can be had if desired by the purchaser or purchasers, provided he or they will agree to pay interest on the money alter the time specified. JOHN H. BRICGS. August 3, 1855. BEDFORD ('OIWTY, SS. At an Orphan's Court held at Bed ford in and for the County of Bedford, on iha fifth day of May, 1855, before the Judges of the said Court— On motion of O. E. SHANNON, Esq., the Court grant a rule on the heirs and legal repre sentatives of Abraham Sparks, late of West Providence township, deceased, to wit : Sarah Sparks, a sister residing in Bedford Coun ty, Pa., Hannah, a sister intermarried with Solomon Hallar, residing in Bedford County-, Pa., Joseph Sparks, a brother residing in Burean County, Illinois; James Sparks, a brother siding in Rock-Island County, Illinois : Mary, a sister and the widow of Baltz.i-r Morgert,de=- ceased, residing in Bedford County, Pa.; Deli lah, a sister intermarried with Uriah Hughes, residing in Bedford County, Pa.;. Rachel, a sis ter intermarried with Moses Kennard, residing in Athens County, Ohio: Solomon a brother, re siding in Bedford County, and the issue of John, a deceased brother, to wit : Sarah Sparks, re siding in Rock-Island County, Illinois; and Ra diol Sparks, Uriah H. Sparks, Delilah Sparks, William Sparks, James Sparks and Jebn Spffftfs all residing in Bedford County, and all being minors all of whom (except Sarah,) have for their guardian William States, to be and appear at an Orphans' Court to be held at Bedford, in and tor the County of Bedford, on the first Moo day, third day of September, A. D. 1855, to accept or refuse to take the real Estate of said deceased at the valuation which has been valued and appraised in pursuance ot a Writ of Parti tion or Valuation, issued out of our said Court* and to the Sheriff of said County directed, or show cause why the same should hot be sold. IN TESTIMONY whereof, I have here unto set my hand and the Seal of said Court, at Bedford, the 9th dav of MA Y, A. D. 1855. D. WASHABAUGH, Clerk. Attest :—Hugh Moore, Sheriff. August 3, 1855. BEDFORD COI'KTY, SS. At an Orphans' Court held at Bed ford in and for the County* on the 4th day of May, A. D. 1855, belbre the Judges of the said Court— On motion of D. H. HOFIUS, Esq., the Court giant a rule on the heirs and legal representa tives of Simon Claar, late of Unioh township, deceased, to wit: Frederick Claar, Catharine, intermarried with Henry C. Feather* who are of age. Jacob and Maria Claar, minors above the age ot fourteen years, and SamUel, Aaron, Re becca and Susan minors under the age of lojtrt teen years, to be and appear at an Orphans' Court to he held at Bed lord, in ahd for the County of Bedford, on the first MONDAY, the third day of September, A. D. 1555, to accept or refuse to take the real estate of said deceased at the valuation which lias been Valued and ap praised in pursuance of n writ of partition of valuation, issued out of said Court, and to the Sheiiff of said County directed* or show cause why the same should not be sold. IN TESTIMONY whereof, I have here unto set mv hand and the Seal of said Court, at Bedford, the 9th day of MAY, A. D. 1855. D. U'ASHA&AUGH* Clerk. Attest:—Hugh Moore, Shff. August 3, 1855. NOTICE s Saiah liams by her! In the Court of Com next friend David '■ mon Pleas in and lor Howsare, vs. Richard ) the County of Bedford, liams. To Richard ) September Term, 1855, liams the defendant - No. 91 Sue Libel for above named. j Divorce. BY virtue of an order of the said Court I here by notify you that you are requested to appear before the same, on MONDAY, the third day of September, A. D. 1855, at Bedford, to ans wer to the complaint of Plaintiff preferred'in this suit. HUGH MOORE, High Sheriff of Bedford County. August 3, 1855. STAYED AWAY From the Washington Hqtd, ip feedtofd,on last Wed nesday week, two Cows, one red and the other blfck —the red one had on a bell—the black one bap a whitehead. Any person who can give inforntaOou concerning them will be suitably compensated, and receive the thanks oi MRS. MARY COOt. Aug. ■•>.

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