Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, November 2, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated November 2, 1855 Page 3
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GREAT ARRIVAL ! HII, 1M) WINTER GOODS!! '"oHANQE SOII-DINO STORE 111 The subscribers respeclfull. mf.n.. lliwr ■ i customers, and prJic generally, that f r ,eDds, • j t | lP largest and best assort the>'tofFALL and WINTER GOODS they J l '" yet offered t° purchaser*! Cur stock in I*2* f ,!iack Brown, and InvisGreen French B ! ut> " r renc h and American Cassimers—all Cl ° th rKv! Mas, all .woo! Tweeds, Keysets, a ' or3 I "Coatin", Beaver Cloth, Blankest, rl T' velvets, Beaverteens. Sack Flannels, . i Carpet Chain, Spur, Cotton, Bagging, SlEgs Bdabons, Laces, Glows, Ho.sery, Vc M nieces Plain and Figured l Delain.-all prices , j 0 P .. Fall Calkoes from ■ > cts to l- s ' .. Heavy and Medium Bro. muslins * - ,< bleached shirting muslins N <i Thibet Cloths and Alpac a-, ail colors W ' , Cassinetts. all colors and pru-e --le lt Ml wool Hemp Itae and List Carpets . Floor 0.1 Cloths—\\ 5A Ci and ${ wide fi Cotton Flannels—all colors and prices. > w~",nd Bovs' Wool Hals, Fur and Beaver rh flats -M''" and Boy's Morocco Lined "B C )|K _'_H!S) Plusli and Cloth d>. Boots wlSho-'s lor M"TI and Boys. Bootees, double | Moroco, and kid Shoes for Ladi.-s—a.>o -rcit variety of Bootees and shoes lor Misses 3r i It.lldren ' Groceries, Hardware, Qtieens- Zl llrooms-Tnhs, Buckets, &c. Fish Oil,; <rj r m and Lard Oil: Bar Iron, Nail, Rod, &r. Our assortment includes'every article nsual.y , in stores, and to prove we are selling! i-Chtttpfr than the Cheapest," all we as., is a II * rg=\o trouble to show Goods ! ft will i; ;t von nothing to come and look at the Bar- • twins we will r>fl>'i. .... " Country Produce o< every description will he j received tor Goods at Cash prims. reCel A. B. CRAMER & Co , Exchange Building. ; Oct. 12, 1855. Shoe S.lore. \ R. Cramer N. Co have just received a | v.-rv large stock of Boots and Shoes suitable for j fall and Winter—part styles as follows : Mens' Superior Waxed Doubled Sole Boots Mens' " City made Calf do Mens' " Heavy Kip-Lined do Youth's" Waxed Doubled Sole do Youth's" K'p t; 4i t '° Bays' " Kip " " do I Joys' Calf " " do Womens' " Doubled Sole Kip Bootees Womens' " " fine Calf and Seal do Womens' " tine Goat Morocco do Women's " Parodi Bootees—very handsome. Girls Morocco, Kip and Calfskin Bootees ; Children Shoes of every style and Price. | Doubled sole Gaiters—Gum Shoes U.C., in j fact Roots and Shoes to suit every purchaser.— ]f you want a pair of Boots or Shoes please ,_,ive us a call and you shall be suited in price and quality. Store rtthe place to buy Boots and Shoes! Oct. 12, 1855. Kctice: The partnership heretofore existing between j the undersigned, under the name and firm o! Jiupp & Oster, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. G. YV. Rupp is authorized to settle! the business of the late firm, and to collect all debts due thereto. G. W. RUPP, C. R. OSTER. i The undersigned begs leave to inform his j friends and the public, that the business will in future be continued at the old stand where j he is now receiving and opening a general and well selected assortment of fall and winter goods, which he is determined to sell cheap for cash or approved produce. An early call is solicited. G. W. RUPP. Bedford, Sept. 28, 1855. COLONABE STORE. .Facol* J?ced WOULD RESPKCTFUI.LY inform the citizens; ol Beillori! and vicinity, that he has just opr:ed his new and splendid -took of goods, in the wdl known COLONADE STORE, in Bedford Borough. He in vites all to rail and examine bis fresh and stock "f goods, consisting of every variety—and particu larly of FALL &, WINTER GCODS, SILL GOODS, CLOTHS, and CASI.MERS, HATS, and CAPS. A large assortment of Boots and Shoes, Hardware and Queensware—Umbrellas and Fancy notions. Ladies Dress Goods, and a large assortment of WINTER SHAWLS The Ladies are particularly invited to examine his tock ol Dry Good-, Shoes, Ke. Groceries and all other articles usually kept in a first class Dry Goods Store. The subscriber has purchased his goods with great rare, and wilt dispose o( them at the lowest rash prices. Having determined to do a ca-h and produce bui-ness, he will be able to sell at the shortest pro fits. llea-ks his friend- and the public to give him a call when his good- will he shown with pleasure, .ile or no sale. CCT" You may look for Bargains at lill D'S Colonade Store. Oct. 5, 1555. §3O Reward! Was stolen on the night of the 24th inst., a dark brown horse, star in the forehead, l(i hands high, with very heavy tail and mane, and littlegallded on the neck. Supposed to be about 11 years old. The above reward will he given for the horse and thief, or. ten dollars for the horse. JOHN HARSHBERGER, near St. Clairsville. Sept. 28, 1855. H. NICODEMUS, Scrivener anil 3ncticc cf tlje |?cacc, BEDFORD, PA. Has removed his office to Juliana street, nearly opposite the Drug and Brxik store of Dr. KC. Reamer, where he will faithfully attend to all business connected with the duties of his Otfice. He will continue to repair clocks and watch as usual, and respect hi 11 v invites those in need of his services in this line to give him a call. April 13, 1855. LEATHER. v n FRITZ, HENDRY k CO. No. 29, North THIRD street, Philadelphia. - lorocco Manufacturers. Couriers and Impor ters of FRENCH Calf-Sk ins, and dealers in Red and Oak Sole Leather and Kiop. -March 9.1855—1y. [Letter from llou. JoLn Minor Dolts, of Virginia.] RICHMOND JRR.Y 3th, 1855. Messn. Win. S. Beers -V Co., Cents.—Consiera tions ol'dutv 1.1 the alflictwl -lone prompt me to semJ yon this volmilary testimonial to the great value of •'C.liter' Spanish Mixture f lor that a 1 u>o-i iiicuia ble i!i-~ease, Scruf'ttli. Without being di.-posed or deeming it necessary to go into the particulars of llie case, 1 can say that the u-tonishing re.-uhs that have been pioduced by the use of that medicine on a member of my own family, and under my own observation and superintendence, alter the skill of the best physicians had been ex hausted and the usual remedies had failed, fully jus tify me in recommending its use to ah who may be suffering from that dreadful malady. I do not mean to say that it is adapted to all con stitutions, or that it will a'tlord the same relief in all cases; for, of course. 1 can know-nothing about that but from what 1 have seen of the effects, I would not hesitate to use it, in any and every vase of Scro fula, with.persons for whom 1 teit a:i interest, or over whom I could exercise any influence or con trol. Respectfully yours. "JNO. .M. BOTTS. COURT PROCLAMATION. To Hi?. Coroner, the Justices of the Pence, mid Constables in the liijferent Townships in Ihe County of Retford, Gmtiirir. KNOW YE that in pursuance of a precept to me directed, under the hand and seal of the Hon. nmUiS 51. LLMMELL, President of the several Courts of Common Pleas in the Sixteenth District, consisting of the counties ot Franklin, Bedford and Somerset, and by virtue ot his office of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail delivery for the trial ot capi tal and other offenders therein and in the Gene ra! Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace: and JOITX G. HAKTLUY and Joe. B. Xonr.rc, Esqs. Judges of the same Court, in the same County ot Bedford, You and each of you are hereby re quired to be and appear in your proper persons with your Records, Recognizances, Examina tions. and other remembrances before the Judges aforesaid, at Bedford, at a Court of Over arid Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Gene ral Quarter Sessions oi the Peace therein, to be hidden for the county of Bedford, aforesaid, on the 3*l Monday of Nov., (being the 1 9th day.) at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, there and then to do those things to which your several offices appertain. GIVEN under my hand at Bedford, on the! 26th day ol'October, in the year of our Lord j 1855. Cct. 20, 1855. HUGH MOCRE, S her if. Take \oJit c! A I.L persons indebted to the subscribers, eitli- j er bv note, book account, or otkerw ise, are re- j quested to make early payment.—lndulgence j cannot be given beyond tlm first of Septembei , next. Ail who neglect this notice, will pay ! costs as a consequence. THOS. 11. MURRAY & BRO. Bloody-Run, June 29, 1855. NEW CLOTHING STORE. Isaac fiippel Would respectfully announce to his old j friends, and the public at large, that he has o pened 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 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, 1555. FOR SALE. A handsome, well made Bug gv, with falling top, w ill be sold very low for Cash or approved paper. A. B. Cramer &. Co. PIECES WALL PAPER, From cents to §1 25 per piece, just receiv ed and for at the variety Store of JAMES K. II ALL AM. Bedford, April 27, 1855. If .STORE At:cl cw Roods. GREAT BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE! ELI FISHER Would respectfully avail himself of this me thod of informing ttie citizens of Bedford and vicinity that he lias opened an entirely New Dry Goods, Grocery, and Fancy Store, in the Burungh of Bedford, in the room for merly occupied by Dr. Ilotrus, and second door west of Dr. Harry's Drug and Book Store, where he has just received (rom the cities ot 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 cumslances, he feels warranted in saying that he can sell them at prices so low as to astonish the purchaser, and all in want of good Goods, a! the shortest possible piotit, are invited to give him a call. His stock embraces every variety of Ladies Dress Gcods, such as Silks, Satins, Delaines, Bombazines, Spring Shawls, novelties in Lawns, British Prints, Plaid Ginghams, 1 ndeisleeves, from !2i cents up, Hosiery in every variety, Shoes, Boots and Slippers, lor Ladies and Children in fact almost every article adapted to a Ladies' wardrobe, which it would require too. 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, Spice-, Syrup, N.c. ice. are all of the very best quality. {Cf He will consider it no trouble to shew his Goods, and he hopes the LADIES especial ly will call and examine his assortment wheth er they purchase or not. Always remember, however, that ELI FISHER'S is the place for BARGAINS!! ! April 6, 1855. NOTICE. ; The undersigned appointed by the Court of | Common Pleas in and for Bedford county, to I distribute the funds in the hands of Hugh | Moore, Esq., Shei iff of Bedfbid County, raised i upon sale of the persona! property ol Solomon ; Filler, deceased, to and amongst executive and other creditors, w ill attend to his duties under said appointment, on TUESDAY the ]3t!i day of November, 1855, at one o'clock, P. M.. at his office in the Borough of Bedford, when ar.d where all parties interested may attend if they see proper. JNO. P. REED, Auditor. Cct. 20, 1855. VALUABLE SSil! Property tbr Sale! The suhsrrib r, about to remove to California, offers at Private-ale, his valuable Mill Proper ty, situa'e about 3 miles East of Bedford, on the Juniatta Rivrr, in Colerain township, at the lower end of Friend's Cove- The Mill is stories high, frame, with three run of stones, two pair of which are Burrs, hav ing all the machinery necessary to manufacture merchant and country work in the best manner. It has one ot the best water powers in the Uni ted States, which inay be known from the (act that during the last dry season it had abundance ol water, when nearly every other mil! in the neighborhood was stopped. There at e bet ween 10 and 11 acres of land adjoining, six acres under post fence, aliout 4 of which is meadow, on which is erected a good two story log house, weather-boarded and plas tered, good ater 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. [O^TERMS will be made to suit the pur chaser. bv giving approved Bonds. HIRAM F. ROHM. June 1, 1855. MACHNIE SHOP! Two 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 ORWILLI AM R I T C H E V , tt short distance east of lit ice's Hotel, Bed font, Pen na. Also, Pierpoint's Patent Strawshaker, which has not been surpassed any where, and are so constructed that they operate smoothly and take hut little power to drive them. They can be attached to any kind of machine straps or tumbling shaft power. (DP- Farmers would do well to call and see for themselves belore purchasing elsewhere. Farming utensils of all kinds made to order. All warranted to give satisfaction. Repairing done at the shortest notice and most reasonable terms. WILLIAM RITCHEY, .Machinist. July 13, 1855.—3:n. NOTICE OF IM> CIS IT ION. Whereas John Lafferly late of Jmiiatta Town ship Bedford Countv deceased died s- :zed ol the following described real estate to wit: A tract of land situate lying and beeing in Juniata Township aforesaid containing seven hundred and eighteen acres and eighty perches of land partly warranted to Peter Swagert part ly to Frederick Oldfather and parity to John Lafferty adjoining lands of Daniel Shroyer Jes se Valentine EgnlfSt Adams William Fraziei Frederick Mowry fiougherihour Sludehaker and others having thereon the usual farm buildings and a portion under cultivation. Leaving a widow Catharine Lafferty and is sue five children to wit Moses Lafferty residing in Junialta Township aforesaid William Laffer ty residing in Allegheny Township Somerset County Pa. Rebecca intermarried with Hugh Shaft-r residing in Juniatta township aforesaid Lydia intermarried with .Nicholas Knonli resi ding in Cerro Gordo county lowa and John Lafferty residing in said township cl Juniata. Notice is therefore hereby given that in pur suance of a writ of partition or valuation to me directed I will proceed to hold an Inquisition and valuation upon said Real Estate upon the premises on Monday the sth day of November next when and where all interested may attend if they see proper. HUGH MOORE, S'ltrijj'. Oct. 12, 1855. I'EBLSC SALE OF YALVA I)LE REAL ESTATE ! There will he sold at public Verulne, on the pre mises, on THURSDAY". the 23th day of November next, the Mansion Properly of John fveetfo, decea-ed, situate in lied ford Township Bedford County, about one mile Xoith of the Pittsburg turnpike, and about four miles from Bedford, adjoining lands of Samuel Hammond's beiis. (Jeorge Mann and others; contain ing .'i-31 acres and /! perches of patented land arid al lowance. The land i-of the best quality and in a good stare of cultivation, a large part cleared, and the remainder well timbered. The improvements are a good two story brick house, a do'ihle barn and all other necessary out buildings. Also a good apple orchard and other fruit trees. Attendance will be given and terms of sale made known on day of rale by SAMUEL BROWN, finyviving E.rrrnfor of fhr ln\t iri/l, ifCf of John Ktrffe, tleeoantd. Oct. 20, 1 S.J.J. NOTICE. An application will he made to the Gover nor of this Commonwealth for the pardon ol CaKLTo.v BROOK Pierce, who was convicted of Larceny at November Sessions, 185 F. Oct. 26, 1855. WANTED at Reed's Cnlonade Store.— Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn, and Buckwheat—also all other approved produce, in exchange for gnodsat cash prices. . MORE NEW GOODS Just received at Reed's Colonade Store, consisting of Cassi merrs, Satinells, Jeans, Wool-plaids, Mouslin tie laines, Coburgs, Prints. 6a:., &.c. HATS AND CAPS.—New style Hungarian Hats, Drab and Pearl, Men and Boys Blue Navy Caps just received by express at Reed s Colonade Store. Oct. 26, 1855. NOTICE. The undersigned, appointed hv the Orphan s Court of Bedford County, to distribute the mo ney in the hands of William Smith, administra tor of George Smith, deceased, will attend to the duties ol said appointment at his office in the Borough of Bedford, on SAT I RDA\, the 1 Oth day of November, 1855, when and where all persons can attend if they see proper. J NO. P. REED, Auditor. Oct. 26, 1855. STRAY STEEII. Came to the premises of the subscriber living in Colerain Township, about the first of Sept. last, a dark Steer, vvtih the left ear partly oil, with slit iu it supposed to be a dog bite, bind legs partly white, supposed to be about 3 years old, no other mark. The owner will come, pay charges, and take him awn v. SAMUEL DEAL. Oct. 26, I§tts, COLLECTORS FOR 1855 W ill bear in mind thai no exonerations will be allowed by the Commissioners for Militia Tax alter the Ist Monday of December next. Yon wi! Ihe prepared to make vour escaj >at Novem ber Court. A. S. RUSSELL, Clerk to Com'is. Sept. 14-. 1853.

Notice to Collectors. COLLECTORS ol Taxes in possession of the Duplicates of the Poor and House of Employ ment ate notified that, unless they make imme diate payment, suits will be instituted against them without respect to persons. This notice is in earnest, and all who neglect it, will subject themselves to COSTS. Bv order of the Direc tors. JOHN H. RUSH, May 18, 1 So"). Treasurer. NOTICE TO COLLECTORS. The State Treasurer -having made a peremp tory call on tlie Treasurer of this County, for all State taxes up to and including those of 'ho, Collectors are, therefore, hereby required to collect and pay over, without tit lay, the amount ofStale taxes yet due on their respective dupli cates. By onler of the Commissioner?. JOHN MOWER, June 1,1855. Attorney. Notice. All persons indebted to me, either by note or Rook account, are hereby notified that their notes and accounts are left in the hands ot Henry Nicoiiemus, Esq., of the Borough of Bed ford, for collection, whete suit wiil he commen ced against all who do not comply with this notice and make payment immediately. J. W. LI NOEXFELTEtt. Sept. 7, 1855. A CARD. MRS. MARY COOK (widow of Dorninick Cook) would announce to visitors to the Springs, ami the public generally, that, having secured the services ot a gentleman eminently qualified to manage her affairs, the Washington Hotel is now readv to afford the best of accommodations. The house has been newly papered, painted and furnished, and she feels satisfied that all who patronize the "Washington" will be pleased. — She hopes to be liberally encouraged. Bedford, June *29, 1835. FOR RENT, And possession given on the Ist of June, a TAN YARD in tfie Borough of Bedford, with all the fixtures complete, and a Dwelling adja cent thereto. Apply to either of the under signed.. Wrn. Hartley, Job Mann, John IT. Rush, March 30, 1855. For the Heirs. LUMBER! The subscribers have on hand ami will constantly keep, (at the old stand ol Lewis X. Fyan, in Juniatta township,) a lull supply of I.ap and Joint Shingles, and Hoards of every description, which they will dis pose of on reasonable term*. PL ATT it BROTHER. Sept. 7, 1853. FRANKLIN FEMALE INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, .77' MERCERSBURG, PE.Y.VA. THE Winter Session of (his Institute cont inences on tlie first of October next. TERMS :—For Board, Tuition, Room rent and Washing, per quarter of twelve weeks, $42 50. MARSHALL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE FOR VOL NO MEN' AM) POVS. The Winter Session of this Institute commences on the first of October next. Terms: For Board. Tuition, Rootri rent and Washing, per quarter of twelve weeks, $!2 .70. IX7" Foe further information address REV. J. R. KOOKE.N, JMercersburg. Sept. 7, 1557. F J U S LIC SALE OR Valualo Real Estate. By V irt ll- of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford County, the undersigned will expose to public sale, on the primises on Wednesday, the 14th day of Nov., 1855, the following de scribed real estate situate in' Colerain Township, viz : A lot or piece ofground containing six acres or thereabouts, and having thereon erected a Log Fiame House, Frame Stable, x.c., adjoin ing lands of Henry P. Dielil, George Fei<r|)l,s heirs and others, late the property of Isaac Ben- gaman, deceased. X/" Terms : CASH a? the confirmation of the sale on the 19th df Novemper, IS:>5 HENRY P. DIEHL, WILLIAM ENGLAND, Administrators of the estate of Isaac licngnrnati, deceased. Sept. 14, 1855.—4t SELLING OFF AT CO3T. Mrs. S. E. POTTS Would respectfully announce to the Ladies of Bedford and vicinity, that she has just opened a large and elegant assortment ot all the new styles of Lad if** Dress B*oos3*, and as she is compelled to remove her store, she is determined, rather than move her goods, to sell oil at cost. Among a large and splendid as sortment ot goods, may he found the following articles : Dresses and Mantillas, Super black and Fancy Silks, Super late style of ladies cloaks, A fine lot of satin and velvet bonnets, Cloaks, Mantles, and Talmers, Furs of"all description, and all prices, Morenoes from 25 cts up Shawls, brocliea, woolen, and blank, 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, Edgings and Insertings, A full supply of Mourning Goods, Best Kid Gloves of al! colors, Handsome lot of ladiee shoes, Good Muslins fir 6i cts. The special attention of the Ladies is solicit ed to the very large assortment just received, and offered at low prices for quality- Bedford, Oct 26, 1555. Important Notice. All persons having unsettled accounts with the late firm of Rupp & Oster, are respectfully and most earnestly requested to call and settle up without delay. Oct. 26, 1855. HF.MBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Ccnipount) -flmb (frtract o! Hit cm, I'or Diseases of the Bladder and Kidney*, Se cret Disease*, Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases of Ihe Sexual Organ ■whether ill Male or Female, from whatever cause they may have t>riginatecl and no matter ot" how long standing. If you have contracted the terrible disease which, when once seated in the system, will surely go down (rem one generation to another, undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of life, do not trust yourself in the hands of Quacks, who start up every day in a city like this, and fill the papers with glaring falsehoods too well calculated to deceive the young and those not acquainted with their tricks. You cannot be too careful in the se lection of a remedy in these cases. THE FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU has been pro nounced by eminent Physicians THE GREATEST REMEDY EVER KNOWJY. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste and very innocent in its action,and yet so thorough that it annihilates every particle of the rank and poisonous virus of this dread ful disease ; and, unlike other remedies, it does not dry up the disea-e in the blood. CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITY, brought on by self-abuse, a most terrible disease, which has brought thousands o !' the human race to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in the bud the glorious ambition of many a noble youth, can he cuied by this infallible remedy. And as a medicine which must benefit everybody, liom the simply delicate to ihe confined and despair ing invalid, no equal is to be found, acting both as a cure and preventative. HELMBOLD'S HIGHL\ CONCENTRATED POUND Ft.l ll> KXTR.VCT S.I I!" 11' All II.LA , For purifying the Blood, removing all diseases aris ing from excess of Mercury, exposure and impru dence in life, chronic constitutional disease, arising from an impure state of the Blood, and the only re liable and effectual known remedy for the cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Pains and Swellings of the Bones, 'Fetter, Pimples on the Face, and all Scaly F.ruptions of the Skin. This article is now prescribed by some of the most distinguished Physicians in the country, and has pro ved more efficient in practice thanany preparation of Sarsapartlla yet offered to the public. Several cases of secondary Syphilis, Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the incurable wards ol our Public Institutions which had for many years resisted every mode of treatment that could be devised. These cases furnish striking examples of the salutary effects of this medicine in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases, after the glands were destroyed and t he-bones already affected. NOTICE. —Letters from responsible Physicians and Professors of several Medical Colleges,and certi ficates of cures from patients will be found accom panying both Preparations. Prices—Fluid Extract of Buchu, §1 per bottle. <i 44 Sarsaparilla' " " or 0 bottles for So, equal in strength to one gallon Syrup of Safsaparilla. Prepared and Sold by H. T. HLLMBOLD, Chemist 203. Chestnut Street, mar the Giruid House, PHI LA ED LI'IIIA. C7"To be had of Dr. F. C. Reamer, Bedford, Pa. July 20, 1535. —1 y. 15. Slordtr, Clock & Wa!cla Maker AND DEALER IN JEWELRY, Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Bedford, and the public in general, that he has opened a Jewelry Store in the building re cently occupied by H. Nicodemus, Esq. nearly opposite the Bedford Hotel, where he will be pleased to see all in want of articles in his line, lie has on hand, and will constantly keep, an elegant assortment ot JEWELRS, and will re pair Clocks and Watches in the bert style. He hopes to receive a liberal share of patronage, as he feels satisfied he can render satisfaction to all who entrust him with their work. His terms will be moderate. He has on band Cold and Silver WATCHES, Silver Sj>oons, Thimbles. Butter Knives, Cold and Silver Pons and Pencils, ts.c. &c. N. B. He still continues the Gunsmithing business, at his old stand, in the East end of town, where he has a good and competent work man constantly employed. D. B. April 27, 1855. EfToTil HOTEL. COTIXER BALTIMORE J- MECHANIC STS. CUMEF.RLAND, MD. JOHN R. KELLER, Proprietor. This Motel, recently kept bv Snm'l Luman, is undergoing thorough repair and is a very fine, large, airv building, situated in the most central and business part of Cumberland. THE ROOMS are large, and well furnished with all the necessary fixtures and appliances to render guests comfortable/ It will be the earnest desire of the Proprie tors to render, in all respects, entire satisfac tion, and lie flatters himself (bat li is efforts will will he crowned with success. There is attached to said hotel an excellent, stable capable of accommodating 60 head ol horses. Drovers will find it to their advantage to give him a call. A careful hostler in attendance at all times. A porter in attendance at the cars, Kc. of boarding 25 els. per meal.— Boarders taken bv the week, mouth or year. Sept. 21, 1855. frto Nicholas Hotels LC it in I) cvl an t), JU t>. The Proprietor respectfully begs leave to in firm the travelling public that this house has re cently been thoroughly re-fitted and completely renovated, and is now ready to receive guests. It is the earnest desire and intention of the Proprietor to give perfect satisfaction to those who favor him with their patronage. A libe ra! share is confidently expected. SAMUEL LUMAN", Proprietor. Successor to H. R. Dow &. Co. Cumberland, Aug. 10, 1855. i*r the People! NEW GOODS AT CHEAP CORNER, NO. I. Fellow Citizens : We lake this opportunity of returning you our most sincere (hanks for the liberal patronage you have so kindly bestowed on us. We would also inform you that we have just returned from the Eastern Cities, with a large and well selected assortment of Goods, such as Cloths, Cassimpres, and Satinets ; Peter Shains, for over coats, Jeans, Ladies' tine dress goods, such as Silks, Alpacas, Cobnrg Cloths, Bombazines, iMerinoes, and a large assortment of Bav State Shawls, Hosiery, for Ladies, Com forts, Crapes, Collars, &c„ is.c.—Mens,' Wo mens,' Boys' and Childrens' Shoes and Boots, and a general assortment of Groceries. Crush ed and pulverized Sugars, best Rio Coffee, Teas of all kinds, \. O. Molasses, -Golden Syrup, Mackerel, Salt by the sack, Baker's Chocolate, Broma Cocoa, and a general assortment of Goods usually kept in a country Store. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods at market prices. SANSOM & GEPHART. Oct. 13, 1854. PUBLIC SALE OF Val?w??!c Steal Estate! t By virf of an Order of the Orphan's court of Bedford County, the undersigned, Adminis trator, of tlhe estate of Mary Sammel, late of St.Ciaii township, Jiedfbrd Cotinty, deceased, will sell at public vendue or outcry, on the premises, on SATURDAY, the 3d day of Nov. next, the following Real Estate, to wit : One tract of land containing 116 acres more or less, about 70 acres are cleared and under fence, about 15 acres of which is first rate , meadow; the improvements are a two story log house, with a good back building, a gtxid Spring house, and never failing Spring of water close to the dwelling house, a double log barn ; there is also an orchard of choice fruit of every kind on the premises. TERMS:—Cash at confirmation of the sale on the 16th of Nov. next. SAMUEL CARS, vidminixlrator. Oct. 5, 1855. I'iiblic *ale OF Valuable Real Estate! By virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of Bedford County, the undersigned, Trustee of Simon Claar, late of Union Township, Bedford County, deceased, will sell at public vendue or eutcrv, on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 2d day of November next, the following Real Es tate, to wit : One tract of land containing 160 acres, more or less, 60 or 70 acres are cleared and under fence, ten acres of which are meadow, with a two story log dwelling house, carpenter shop ami bank barn thereon erected—there is also a first rate apple orchard on the premises; adjoin ing lands ol Geo. Knisely, Frederick Claar, Dr. Shoenberger's heirs. Also a tract or piece of land containing 75 acres, more or less, about 5 acres cleared; adjoining lands of Dr. R. Shoen berger's hens, Jacob Beard and others. TERMS: Ono-lhind in hand on the 19th of November, 1855, at confirmation of sale, and the balance in two equal anual payments with out interest—payments to be secured by judg ment bonds. SAMUEL CARN, Trustee. Oct. 5, 1855. PIBLIf SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE! BY" virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford County, the subscriber w ill expose to sale, by public vendue or outcry at the Court House, in the Borough of Bedford, on SATURDAY, THE Od DAY OF NOVEMBER next, the following described Heal Estate, late the property of Solomon Filler, deceased, viz : A Lot of ground in the Borough of Bedford, being lot No. Id in the plan of said Borough, situate on Juliarina Street, containing GO feet in front on said street and running back 210 feet —having thereon e recteil a first rate, commodious frame boarding house, frame stable, ice-house, ten pin alley and other build ing*. This property is handsomely located on the street leading to the Bedford Springs and is a very desirable one—particularly to a person wishing to keep a private boarding house for which purpose it has been used for several years. The building is sufficiently large to accommodate fifty or sixty boar ders, and is insured for four years from the 2dd day of September instant. Also, A lot of ground in the village of Rainsburg, ■in Colerain township in said County, marked in the [ plan of said village No. 24, containing 82| feet in 1 front and IGo feet back having thereon erected a I small log stable. Also, A Tract of land in said Township of Colerain, ! containing 60 acres "ft perches and allowance, ad- I joining lands of Abraham Kerns' heirs, George James and others, and surveyed on Warrant, dated April 29. A. D. 1 Sf>o, granted to the said Soiomon Filler. F.K.MS : Ca?h at the confirmation of the sale. S. L. RUSSELL, Executor of the lift TT 111, &-r., iif Solomon Filler, deceased. Sept. 14, 1855. S5 et\f or d A eiulc m y AND FEMALE SEMINARY. W. W. CABIPBELL, Principal. The Ist Session of the sth school year of this In stitution will open on Monday morning the 3d day of September. The past history of the Academy will, we trust, be a sufficient guaranty ot its luture efficiency. The branches taught w ill be the same as heretofore. To MISTER VIUNCII'LES will be consid ered the most important pursuit of the pupils; and while it will be the constant business of Ihe Instruc tor to impart 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 ibem, would be like placing a bow in a child's hand, without teaching him how to bend it. In fine, it shall be onr object, as it has ever been, to lead the pupil to THINK. K. B. Instruction in Book Keeping in all its bran ches. both Single and Double Entry will be given by the Principal. The Class in this study will be so ar ranged that any young men desiring to pursue this important branch in order to prepare Ihemselves for clerkships ran rente in it alone. 1 hts recitation w ill receive attention out of the regular school hours. Instruction in this branch will be extra and so charg ed. We look forward confidently to Ihe patronage of this community, which has thus far been so gener ously extended, and by an undiminished assiduity, we hope to merit your support. Terms per quarter, as usual, to wit: CLASSICS, $6 25 HIGHER ENGLISH, 5 00 MIDDLE ♦' 4- 50 ELEMENTARY " 4- 00 HOOK KEEPING, (Extra) 5 00 Feb. 16, 1855. NOTICE. The undersigned, appointed hv the Orphan's Court of Bedford County, to distribute the mo nies due Samuel H. Ake, being Ii is interest in the EstateofJos. B. Ake, deceased, falling due after death of Widow upon recognizances, and upon real estate sold by Administrators, to and amongst creditors, will attend to hisdutiesat his office in the Borough of Bedford, on TUESDAY, the 13th day of November, 1855, at lOo'clock, A.M. when and where a!! persons interested can attend. J NO. P. REED, Auditor. Oct. 26, 1855. Turnpike Election. An election will he held at the office of the Pattonsville and Woodberry Turnpike Road Company, in Woodberry, on Monday the sth • dav of November next, for the purpose of elec ting one President , five Managers and one Secretary, tor the ensuing year. ii. R." BARN DOLLAR, President, Oct. 26, 1955.