Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, February 19, 1858, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated February 19, 1858 Page 3
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STATEMENT ANDREPORT OF W-M. F. MOORHEAD, STF.W. jiRDOFTHE POOR, AND ROUSE OF EM PLOYMENT OF RED FORD COUNTY, FROM THE Ist DAY OF JANUARY, I<&7, TO THE. IST DAY OF JANUARY, I*3B. IS.T7. IHL To cash for flour, grain &.<■., from sun dry persons for month of January, slOl 374 do. do. February, 136 99 do. do. March, 108 5 4 do. do. April, 63 02 do. do. May, 150 08 do. do. June, 199 64 do. do. July, 169 58 do. do. August, 305 21 i do. do. September, 233 92 do. do. October, 42 55 do. do. November, 47 1U do. do. December, 4.3 00 $1605 00f Check for Balance on settlement, 62 00i $1663 01 C 22. By cash pai i Mis. Ly.-mg. r, for turkey, 23 do, J- Mock, for hames 34 do. Win. Cessna, lor butchering, 50 do. J. DeArmit, for lamp, 1 00 do. John Amos, t o-corn, I 00 do. Mrs. Claar, on account, 2 00 do. G. W. Mock, for goods 3 16 do. H. Boor, for beef, 5 58 <1). Jacob Snyder, for apples, 50 ! >. J no. Snyder, tor corn, 37 10 i >. F. D. Beegle, lor goods, 13 83 do. Sam'l Smith, for brooms, 3 874 (I). John Amos, f.r straw, 30 do. Barndollar N. Co., col Fee, 22 13 do. J. Keely, for toll, 1 50 do. Jacob Snyder, for apples, 50 do. S. Whetstone, for Fiour, 18 00 do. A. B. Cramer, mackerel, 11 00 no. J. M . Shoemaker,herring, 4 50 do. S. Day is, bringing pauper I 50 do. Rev E Buißr, bai. on acc't. 624 do. A J WisVgarwr, lor straw, 3 5J d . McCullough, tor removing pauper to Piriiadelphii, 23 00 do. H . Kiser, liat (or pauper, 1 00 do. Jas Smith, Esq.,of Cutnlre:- land, lor f< es for s-curing land warrant of pan; er, 25 0!) do. Jacob Muck, for sit-ii, 6 00 do. M.Siine, clothing pauper, 4 00 do. Sam'l Amic, making Knee, 8 15 do. Pedlar, for wooden ware, 3 66 do. L Agnew, bringing pauper, 1 00 do. 8. Sliuck X. Co., goods, 31 18 do. G D Shuck, s iw ami pigs, 12 00 no. Balizer DJ1I,!I immmg fruit trees and grape vine, 3 25 do J. Shaler, fur potatoes, 6 00 do. W. Philips, do. 1 50 do. C. Culfelt, for barley, 375 do. E Eisler. balance on acc't, 10 22 du. J, K' a. Sr. molasses, 2 00 do. Win. Mellon, for potatoes, 15 00 do. Hull, bringing pauper, 1 70 do. Vvbetsel 6c Kuonts, wash ing machine, 7 00 do. C. Kis*r, interest on mon ey loaned, i 2 00 do. J Shaler, potatoes & straw, 4 2) j do. Ifarkleioo !, ditto 13 50 i di. Beggar woman, 50 i d >. D L-ader, making posts, 75 <!• . A likes, altering pig-, 2 23 do. Jno Si hater, lor corn, 3i 2> do. F. D. Beegle, goods, 117.) do. A. R.Crane, lor siiaw, 50 1 do. Da n't Leader, t>r work, 200 do. St all Ky, for heel, 2 24 do. Hat lur pauper, 75 do. Dan'i Haishbarger, apples, 1 25 do. Duk'-n, for bringing pauper, 1 00 d >. 11. Moore, fees, 2 6 > do. John Schafer. tor wind, 55 0) do. Groceries, 2 43 do. 11. I ekes, straw, S 1 ) do. S. Defibaugh, t>e.fj 2 17 do. Shearing sheep, 3 n' j do. J. Dunkle, lime, 1 00 do. S. Davis, patent bee Live, 5 0.) do. J. Bolinger, brooms, N_e., 1 05 do. A. Ritchey, bacon, 7 00 I do. J. M. Shoemak. r, tobacco, 1 80 cfo. D. Over, stiaw, 1 00 do. S. Cook, mutton, 4 (JO do- 11. Horn, corn, 15 OJ <lo. John Smith, rails, 5 00 Jo. Geo. Lysinger. 50 do. Expenses to Puio Alto, 3 20 do. John Schafer, wheat, 70 00 do. S. Cook, beef, 9 50 do l)e Charms Barclay, rye, 500 do. 8. Shuck Co., fish, 500 do. A. Ritchey, apple butter, 16 874 do. C. Nangle, bvi, 4 56 do. S. Defibaugh, beef, 2 50 do. John Set.ater, put aloes, 6 50 do. One quarter salary. 90 00 do, Juhti Crist, mutton, 5 34 do. Kooots, apple butter, 1 25 do. W. T. Chapman, 1 25 d.>. Wm. Mickle, beef, 1 20 do. li. Sct.aier, wheat, 6S 75 do. John Schnrbly, torn, 12 75 do. John Schafer, apple butter, 7 56 do. Groceries, 1 00 do. J. Barley, mutton, 4 47 do. Black N. White, on acc't. 5 42 do. Job Mann, wheat, 12 50 do. C. Ake, mutton, 5 50 do. S. Defibaugh, be. f, 1 (i 9 do. J. Oih r, work at race, 1 75 do. Thos. Bruce, do. 56 do. G. Sfoner, wheat, 71 87?. do. A. Imier, mutton, 4 50 do. Sundries, 1 50 do. A. Clark, wheat, 5 00 do. Zj. Schaler, wheat, 72 28 do. Way pauper, 50 do. Mrs. Claar, on account, 200 do. J. D. Shutk, sheep, 33 00 do. Casper Hand, wheat, 59 50 do. S. Defibaugh, beef, 3 90 do. P. IE Shires, repairing, windmill, 1 00 do. C. Coifelt, corn 15 30 do. John Schafer, Beef, 3 75 do. C. ColfMt, rye, 12 50 do. J. Wyani, bringing pauper, 4 50 do. S. Defibaugh, beef, 2 65 do. Philip Diebl, on account, 2 00 do. Sundry persons, work at race, 9 98 do. S. Cook, beef, 2 50 do. G. W. Rupp, goods, 20 89 do. Pedler, 3 pr. pantaloons for paupers, 5 50 do. H. Defibaugh, work, 1 00 do. Jno. Heeler, salt, 2 59 do. Geo. Smith, wheat, 65 00 do. Levi Whetstone, straw, 60 do. V. Steckman, beef, 4 GO (1. l)r. G W Aniieison, wheal, 12 50 do. Postage, N.C., 1 25 do. J. Remhy, mason work, 250 do. J. Brtdeham, brick, 1 33 (Jo. Mrs. C'royle, wheat, •1 70 do. A. B. Cramer, goods, 20 00 do. Groceries, 1 25 do. Isaac Mengle,jr. furniture, 200 d<Y. J. Scbnabiy, apple butter, 1 25 do. S. Amic, work, 1 00 do. M. Lutz, carding wool 6 25 do. 2d quarter's salary, 90 00 do. J. D. Shuck,on account, 406 do. A R Cr3ne, apple butter, 5 00 do. So!. Reimund, re pa ring, 100 do. John Sansom, toll, S7t do. J G Hartley, apple butter, 550 do. FMench, straw, 1 90 do. Dr. G VV"Anderson, wheat 4 20 do. F. Mench, honey, 60 do. R Kurtz, beef, 2 2 > do. S D Brode, work at mi7 3d 00 do. Expenses in hauling coal, 140 do. Ja< ob Mock, cider and ap ple butter, 11 35 do. Mrs.'Crisman apple butler, 5 50 do. Mrs. Croyle, buckwheat, 5 00 do. VV. Kiser, hats, 1 00 do. Me Joy, beef, 4 55 do. Philip Gordon, turnips, 250 do. Simon Cook, beet, 3 60 do. Jacob Bolinger, groceries, I 09 do. Jacob Reed, on account, 20 00 do. L Jamison, wheat, 67 :>0 do. S Detibaugh, beet, 12 97 do. Pal. at last settlement, 7 33 do. L Jamison, on account, 3 25 do. D-in'l Harshbarger, beef, 20 25 do. A II Cranp, apple butter, 8 75 do. II Defibaugh, butchering, 300 do. B Gates, for rails and work at race, 12 10 do. J. Keely, toll, 2 15 do. Sundry persons, marketing, 20 57 i $1665 01 STATEMENT OF THE POOR HORSE MILL. FROM THE Ist DAY OF JANUA RY. 1857, TO TIIE Ist DAY OF J ANG ARY, 1858. 185 S. Amount of Toll, Grain brought in by the Mi'!, as per Monthly Reports. • ' O 03 ( *** -- - -7 S £ S V * c •* to Jan'y &. Feb'v, 64 23 3 4 March, *53 26 3 3J April, 29 51 13 6 May, 29 30 17 7 June, 4 2 15 18 4 Julc, 22 17 5 A-.„osi, 32 15 1 S- pteiuber, 52 3 ) Oc tola r, 48 9 19 November, 42 1.3 5 J 16 3 IX ember, 72 22 5 20 Am't to!! grain 485 257 70| 62f 21 wheat, rye, April 1.4, ain't of grain in mill, !43-i 47 Bought of John Scbafer, 150 " o Catharine Ritchey, 93 " " J no. Snyder, . 69 " 14 11. >nrv Schafer, 50. " '• Job Mann, It) " * Christian Stoner, 64 " " Casper Hand, 4 4 9 " Zachariah Schafer, 58 " " Alexander Clark, 5 " " Mrs. Croy le, 10 " " Michael VVeisel, 48 " " Jacob Dunkle, 534 " " Lawrence Jamison, 67 4 " " Raised on Farm, 41 " Total Amount. 13914 313 By amount of Grain used in Poor House and s >!J to sundry persons for cash, and on ac counts and for work done in repairs to Mill, House, CMC. ■£, 53 $ * 3 * a. •- "• ST c • —i Amount toed in Poor- iii 2® Hons-, 349 30i 354 11 .r.-e teed, 94 Hog jeed, 38 77 S .-hi,sundry pei *ns, 192 151 284 20 2 Sold in 1' lour, 8004 Remaining in mill, 50 30 4- 7i 12 13914 313 70 62| 21 LB* of Paupers admitted, discharged, died, &.C., during each month, and the number remain ing a! the end' of each month: also the avrr age number supported in the House during the year, tog. iher with the number of out tloor paupers supported and buried- by the Institu tion, froin the Ist day of January, 1857, to the Ist day of January, 1858. Z~~ 2 2 7 I" * 2 s - £=- a a 3 a 3- -3 —• 7" c. -■ £L 2- & n u> . 3. P- ' 51 i . ■ X = is <n a. ... 1 5."(7. January 4 1 03 19 Febioary, 421 23 29 March, 3 9 11 21 17 April, 3 4 21 IS May, 3 fi 1 2 IS 20 June 3 2 2 19 IS July, 3 3 1 29 17 Au-'iisf, 2 2 23 17 September, 4 4 2 1 21 13 October, 4 23 13 November, 7 1 1 2S 17 December, 3 C 1 21 IS 51 40 G 5 1 2 207 211 Making an average of 40 per month, of whom 2 ate colored. There are also I who are blind, 11 in sane, 4 confined to bed. There were ai-o 5 out door paupers, who are not included in the above fu neral and other expenses, were also paid for 2 de ceased paupers in the county who were unable to be brought to the Poor House. Hills were paid for boarding and medical attendance for paupers who were sick in different parts of the county—2l2 way faring paupers were provided with board, lodging, &c., of whom 129 were from Germany, 52 from Ire land, 12 from England, 5 from France, 2 from Swe den, and 12 were Americans. STATEMENT of the produce of the farm and garden, from the Ist of January, 1557, to the Ist day of January, 1858. 41 bushels of wheat, 350 bushels of oats, 225 bushels ears of corn, 6 bushels of buckwheat, 380 bushels of potatoes, 14 bushels of onions, 2 "bushels, small onions, 30 bushels of bpets, 8 bushels of parsnips, 20 bushels of tomatoes, 4 bushels of beans, 14 tons of hay, 5 loads corn fodder, 1900 heads cabbage, 5 barrels crout, 1 barrel vinegar, 2 barn Is pickled cucumbers, 210 pounds wool, 3087 pounds pork, 389 pounds lard, 3950 pounds beef, 209 pounds tallow, 6294 pounds hides, 566 pounds veal, 166 pounds mutton, 7 calf skins, 3 sheep skins, 360 pounds butter. LIVE STOCK ON FARM. 2 horses, 8 cows, 110 sheep, 2 brood sows, 16 shoats, FEED FOR STOCK. 1 1 tons hay, 40 bushels ears corn, 30 bushels oats, Lot of straw, Articles manufactured in House by mat ron 36 shirts, 27 chemises, 25 pair mens' pants, 6 vests, 14 round jackets, 19 pair pillow cases, 24 women's dresses, 4 children's dresses, 2 sun bonaets, 21 sheets, 13 aprons, 14 wo men's sacks, 11 handkerchiefs, 3 leather licks, I 19 pair men's socks, 18 pair women's stock ings, 1 quilted skirt, 5 shrouds, 17 barrels soft soap. Amount of cUec/cn retna\nin<r unpaid up to January 1, 1858. $4650 00 Amount due liom collectors $49 5 7 0 2 " due upon judgments, 80 00 " due upon accounts, 150 00 5187 02 Amount due the Institcti >n. 18537 02 We the Undersigned, Directors of the Poor House of Employment of Bedford County , do c rtify that we have examined the above ac count, statement and Report of Win. F. Moor head, Stew ard ot said Poor fx. House ol Employ ment, from the Ist day of Jan. IS3S—and find the same to be correct. Witness our hands &. this Ist day of January, 1858. GEORGE ELDER GEORGE SiVIOrSK Attest G D SHUCK THOMAS R. GETTYS Jr.. Pior Dir ciors. IpFi gpi THE sub-criber will sell it his re-idence in the bor ough ol Bedford, on SA I T UDAY, the 37th day Feb ruary, ISS-S, his household and kite fieri furniture, consisting of b'-ds, b.-d,leads, bureaus, tab!?- ward robe-, rooking and ten plate stoves, looking glasses, SOF.IS, SETTEES, CARPETS, SPIiLVG end oilier rnattrasses, sofa, rocking, and other chairs, clock, ami a variety of other articles unnecessary lo enumerate. A I.SO, one lir-t rate f fSfr j m erjual in tone to the best that ran he purchased, and is only offered because of the trouble nece-srly in the par king. Also, a gojd family carriage, with first iate harness. Also, an excellent milch row, together wilh a quantity of good bacon put up this winter, smoked and ready for u-e; meat vessels, kc. EE?"Any persons wishing to purchase any of the above ariicles before the day of sale can do so by making application to R. F. Leader, F.-q., at the Post Office, or Mrs Bowman, at the residence of the subscriber. C?"Terrns —All sums over five dollars, a credit of six months wit! be given by the purcha ser giving bond with approved secu r ity. to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. JOHN ALSIP, Auctioneer. Feb 12, 185S GEO W. BOWMAN. ELECTION. AN election for five manager- of the Chambers burg and Bedford Turnpike Road Company, will be held al the public hon-e of Adam McKinnie, in Mc- Connellshurg, on .Monday, the fust day of March next, at 1 o'clock. T. It. KENNEDY, President. Charnbersburg, Feb 12, lx.'S. V* :i i>y the County of Bedford, to meet tfie present demands a gainst the Treasury. Application to be made im mediately. U'M. WHETSTONE, IE J. BROKER, CAD. EVANS, February 12. 183 S. Commissioners. Tcsivspik*'. STATEMENT of the t*c*ipfs and expenses of the lied ford and Stoyslown Turnpike Road Company, for llie year ending Ist January 1858. Balance in the Treasury, Ist January, 1858 ' $229 26i Balance of the original Stockholders, fund ' 41 49 Amount of tolls received during the .V'-ar 3 1,98S 744 $2,259 50 Am't ol expenses during the year $1,586 59 i Balance in the Treasury Ist January, 1S">8, including $672 90£ had and uncurrent money. No dividend made for the year 1858. PETER SCHELL, Treasurer. February 12, 1858. ELECTION. ~ t he stockholders of the above Company, are here by informed that the annual election to elect five managers to conduct the affairs of the Company the ensuing year, will be held at the house of James Frea-her, in Scbell&burg, on Monday, the first day of March next, between I and 3 o'clock, P. M. PETER SCHELL, Sec'y. DM IN IS TRJITOR'S JS V TICE. LETTERS of administration on the estate of Jacob Heitshe-.v, late of Napier township, deceased, hav ing been granted to the subscriber residing in said township—all persons indebted to said estate are therefore notified to make payment immediately, and those having claims will present them forth with for settlement. DAVID HEITSHEW. Feb. 12, 1858. Adm'r. . JTTE.VnON, BEDFORD RIFLEMEN! YOU are ordered to be at yotir usual place for training, on Monday, the 2'2d inst., in winter uni form with plume and twelve rounds of blank cart ridge. A lull turn out is requested. By order of the Captain. VVM. RITCHY, O. S. Bedford, Feb. 12, 1858. KEM O V A O O JOHN STONE 8o SONS, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF SILKS, HililiOiSS MD MILLINERY GOODS, Have removed from No. 45 South Second Street, to their new and elegant store, No. 805 Chesnut St., one door above sfh, where they will be pleased to see their friends and the trade generally. (janls'sS-lm.) RECEIPTS ii\D EXPENDITURES OF BEDFORD COUNTY, FOR 1857. DAVID OVER, Treasurer of Bedford County, in account with said County, from January slh, 1857, ; to January 4th 1858. Treasueur Dr. To cash received from Collectors, as follows : Henry S. Fluck, S. Woodberry, 1857, $163 50 Simon Beard, M. Woodberry, '• 180 00 Isaac M. Imler, Union, " 153 15 Amos Ash, Southampton, " 199 12 Ji.mes Smith, St. Clair, " 180 00 Daniel Horn, Schellsburg, " 70 00 Wm. Masters, W. Prov. " 201 25 Abraham Morgret, E. Prov. " 123 30 Philip Cuppet, Napier, " 225 00 William Carnell, Monroe, " 50 00 Noah Tipton, Londonderry, " 70 00

John B. ZooW, Liberty, " 111 00 Nathan Hurley, Juniata " 100 00 Alexander Davis, Hopewell, " 120 00 Jonathan Feightner, Harrison, " 75 00 Henry Rose, Cumb. Valley, " 279 00 Samuel James, Colerain, " 230 00 John Osborn, Broadtop, " 35 00 Adam Barnhart, Bedford Tp., " 373 52 Jacob Smith, do. Bor., " 241 00 John Furney, S. Woodberry, 1856, 205 00 Simon Beard, M. Wood. " 554 50 Michael VVertz, Union, " 95 03 Henry Horn, Schellsburgb, " 38 02 Daniel Tewell, Southampton, " 45 61 Jacob Andrews, St. Clair, 190 25 John Sparks, W. Prov., 233 39 Samuel Wirk, E. Prov., " 131 15 Henry Egulf, Napier, " 343 1 5 Jeremiah Akers, Monroe, " 176 10 Jacob Evans, Londonderry, " 65 0(1 Daniel Cypher, Liberty, " 100 39 Wrp. Uiliespie, Juniata, " 74 70 Hugh Wertz, Harrison, " 132 79 John Dasher, Hopewell, " 122 12 Josiah Bruner, Cumb. Valley, " 257 00 Elias Gump, Colerain, " 238 00 Thomas W. Horton, Broadtop, " 281 20 Jacob Biddle, Bedford Tp., . " 380 76 B. W. Garretson, do* Bor., " 396 71 David Miller, S. Wood. 1835 129 50 Robt. Elder, M. Wood. " 50 00 John Alstadt, St. Clair, " 52 00 Wm. Carnell, Monroe, " 48 70 James C. Devore, Londonderry, " 8 65 George Long, Hopewell " 30 00 Levi Hardinger, Cumb. Valley, " 446 Thomas W. Horton, Broadtop, " 27 30 Peter H. Shires, Bedford Bor. " 26 31 John L. Hill, Juniara, 18-51, 110 00 Abr'm Snowden, Cumb. Valley, " 115 00 Jesse Picken, Southampton, •' 3s 00 John King, Hopewell, " Cs 12 Solomon Williams, W. Prov. 1854, 10 10 Also amount received fiorii J. Mower, Esq., collected from Joseph 11. HaiLaugh, 26 00 Jury lees received from Daniel Wasbabaugh, Prothonary, 280 00 Cash received ior Shingles 5 00 Cash received from Collectors, not accounted for above, having been erroneously charg ed in State account, -19 39 Total Receipts, 8177 66 Contra. Cr. By balance due Treasurer on la-1 year'o set tlement, 173S 39 By amount paid on checks draw n by Com missioners in favor of sundry person-, pro nt statement below, 7023 26 j By amount paid Grand and Petit Jurors du ring the year 1857, 1121 75 By amount paid to Constables attending Jurors, 68 Oh j By amount of premiums paid on scalps of foxes, wolves, kr., 335 27 j By Treasurer's salary, ISS 00 Total paid out, 10774 89 >' received, 8477 06 Balance du* Treasurer, $2297 23 To be added uncurrent money and counter feit money, 51 50 : $2318 73 Statement of Check* above referred to. Assessors, 281 42 i Viewers of roads, bridge., kc., 105 00 j Constables, 128 65 j Building and repairing bridges, 1090 00 ! Court Crier, 49 69 I Repairs of public buildings, 451 18 i Interest on borrowed moi.ey, 96 00 ; Commissioners, Wm. Whetstone, 92 50 j C. Evans, 88 50 ; H. J. Bruner, 42 50 John Mower, Esq., Att'y to Comm'rs, 50 00 H. Nicodemus, Clerk to Comrn'r-:, 217 50 j Cost on Commonwealth ca-es, 1163 10; Supporting criminals in penitentiary, 237 23 Hugh Mooie's fees and costs, 156 51 D. Washabaugh, do do 27S 08 Hugh Moore, boarding prisoners, 294 41 David Over, printing, 317 75 . Insurance of Court House, 51 30 Town Clock, 250 00 j Moneys refunded, 158 26 j Elections, 548 36 Stationery, kc., 37 39 Miscellaneous checks, 429 75 I County Auditors, 45 00 I Total of Checks, 7023 28 1 Statement of .Moneys due to the County of Bedford, on the 4lk day of Jan nary, .1. V. 18.78. From Collectors as follows : HenryS. Flock, S. Woodberry, 1857 543 7*! Simon Beard, M. Wood, " 818 10 j Isaac M. Imler, Union, " D>4 6' j Amos Ash, Southampton, " 25 3(5 .lamps Smith, St. Clair, " 633 37 Henry Horn, Schellsburgh, " 31 42 Wm. Masters, W. Prov- " 262 50 Abraham Morgret, E. Prov. . " 151 03 Phillip Cuppet, Napier, " 217 21 William C'arnell, Monroe, " 306 62 Noah Tipton, Londonderry, " 305 10 John B. ZooH, Liberty, " 81 OS Nathan Hurley, Juniata, " Alexander Davis, Hopewell " 185 06 Jonathan Feightner, Harrison, " 151 81 Henry Rose, Cumb. Valley, " Samuel James Colerain, " 315 78 John A. Osborn, Broadtop, " '135 40 Adam Barnhart, Bedford Tp. " 501 73 Jacob Smith, do Bor. " 312 75 John Furney, S. Wood. 1856, 27 05 Simon Beard, M. Wood. " Henry Horn, Schellsborg, " 29 20 John Evans, Londonderry, " 212/ John Dasher, Hopewell, " 182 00 Josiah Bruner, Cumb. Valley, " 30 91 Elias Gutnp, Colerain, " •' * ®1 Thomas W. Horton, " 2 I 5S B. W. Garretson, Bedford Bor., " 110 23 John Alstadt, St Clair, 1855, 3 43 Jarob A. Nicodemus, S. Wood, 1851, 111 O'J John L. Hill, Juniata, " 'l° 00 Abraham Snow-den, Cumb. Valley, 1854 37 Samuel Cam, Bedford Bor. 1852 37 <1 •Benj. 11. Walker, St. Clair, 1851 53 07 Samuel Clark, do. 1849 200 00 Stonerstown bridge bond, about 200 00 7256 90 •Paid in full. Statement of Moneys owed by the County of Bedford. To John Sill, WO 00 Abraham Kerns' Estate, OU James Rea, 600 ™ William Booher, 133 Daivd Over, Treasurer, balance due on set tlement, 234S $5541 73 BEDFORD COUNTY, SS. The undersigned, Auditors of said County,do here by certify, that, in pur-uance of the Acts ot Assem bly, in such cases made and provided, they met at v. i On some of the amounts due from collec tors some interest is due, and from some exonera tions and commissions are to be deducted. Also there are some outstanding checks. the Commissioners' office in Bedford Borough, and did audit and adjust the account of David Over, Treasurer of said county, for the year 1857, as con tained in the foregoing statement*, and we have ex amined the foregoing accounts of money due and owed by said county, and the same i* correct. As witness our hands, this Cih dav of January, A. D., 1858. THOS. W. HORTON, HENRY B. MOCK, JOHN W. CRISMAN. Attest, WM. M. HALL, Clerk. Report of the County Auditors to the Auditor General, January Ifh, 1858. David Over, Treasurer of Bedford County, in ac count with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Tax on Real and Persona! Estate. Treasurer, Dr. To aggregate amount outstanding at last settlement. 6593 58 To aggregate amount assessed for 1857, B"ii 58 Amount received on unsettled lauds, 5 tit) Balance due Commonwealth at last settle ment 2692 80 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer, pro ut receipts 6235 73 Commissions allowed collector? on $5973 13 at 5 per centum 298 65 By exonorations allowed collectors for 1857 and previous years, 277 60 By Treasuser's Commissions on $5731 23 57 34 By amount uncollected for 1857 and prev ious years, 8999 18 By balance due Commonwealth, 2334 06 $18203 1G Tavern Licenses. Dr. To amount of-for 1557, 950 00 Amount of received from George Stuckey being one of seven licenses exonerat ed for John Taylor, in 1855: 10 00 5960 00 Contra, Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer, pro nt receipjs 878 75 Commissions on $960 -18 00 Exonerations, 60 00 Balance due Common wealth, 33 25 $960 00 AD and Beer Lice/net Dr. To amount for 1857, 80 00 Contra Cr. By amount pa ; d State Treasurer pro tit re ceipts dated in 1857 76 00 Treasurer's Comnii-sions on SBO 00 at 5 per cent. 4 00 SO 00 II u trier* and Pull ere Dr. To balance due Common wealth at la t set lement, . 45 00 Amount of Licenses for 1857, 21 00 SO9 CO Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 05 60 5 per cent commissions on s2l 1 20 Balance due Commonwealth 2 80 $69 60 Billiard Rooms Dr. To balance due Commonwealth at last settle ment 23 75 Amount of for 1557 40 00 J53 75 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 53 75 5 per cent commi-sions on $lO 2 00 Balance due Commonwealth 8 00 SO3 75 Dating Houses Dr. Balance due last year 30 48 Amount of for 1857 15 00 $ 10 48 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 30 48 Commissions at 5 per cent on sls 75 Balance due Common wealth 14 23 $ 15 48 Ten Pin Alleys Dr. To Amount of licenses for 1857 32 50 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer pro ut re ceipts 25 00 3 per cent commisrions on $32 50 1 624 Balance due Commonwealth 5 S7j $32 50 Distilleries Dr. To amount of ior 1857 150 00 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 142 50 5 per cent commission on $l6O 7 50 $l5O 00 Rrtai/c. s Dr. To balance due Commonwealth at last settle ment 20 04 Amount of licenses for 1857 702 37 J 722 111 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 421 89 Amount paid D. Over printing 21 00 Exonerations (Beegle, Shafer, Duncan, Ilt-I sel, Gondon, and Fisher, lor six licenses not collectable) 52 97 Commissions on $619 40 at 5 per cent 32 47 Balance due Commonwealth 191 OS a $722 41i Militia Finest Br. To aggregate amount outstanding for 1856 and pievious years, at the last settle ment ■ 2010 21 Aggregate amount assessed for 1857 1 191 00 $3201 24 Co./ tea Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 125 Of) Balance due last year 3 97 Amount uncollected for 1857, and previous years 2155 60 0 per cent commissions allowed collectors for 1857 aud previous years 39 42 Exonerations allowed collectors for 1857 and previous years 405 50 Amount paid sundry persons pro ut state ment at length below 540 3S Treasureis commissions on S7OO at 1 per cent " 93 Balance due Commonwealth 27 75 $3204 21 STATEMENT of the receipts and expenditures of the Military Fund of Bedford County, for the year 1857, showing tiie amounts received from each col lector saparately, and the amonnts paid to each per son ; in accordance with act of Assembly of 30th of April, A. D. 1853. Received as follows : Michael Wertz, 54 03 Jno. Sparks, 34 35 Jacob Biddle 55 10 Daniel Tewell 61 75 Henry Horn, 9 971 D. Miller, 20 00 Simon Beard 65 80 James C. Devore 34 00 H. B. Wertz, 30 97 Jno. King 28 98 Robert Elder, 29 00 Daniel Cypher 31 83 Jacob Andrews 25 65 Elias Gump 50 83 j Josiah Bruner 19 00 ' Noah Tipton 20 13 Win. Mesters, 42 28 William Carnell, 10 09 Samuel James, 1° 00 Robert Elder, 12 57 William Gillespie, 50 Isaac M. lmleer, 2 3 00 T. W. Horton, ' James C. Devore 9 30 Jeremiah Akere, 23 2jL Total received S7OO 13| l'aid out as follows : ; To Lemuel Evans, Brigade Inspector, for | transportation of arms 41 90 Broadtop Rifle Rangers, per order of Capt. J. Reed, 75 00 Bloody Run Bines, per order of Capt. Win. States, 75 00 j I ounfy C ommissioners and their clerk, CO 00 | Bedford Riflemen, per order of A. J. Ban i f orn 75 00 j Cumberland Valley Blues, per order of Capt. Nottingham, 75 qq Lemuel Evans, Brigade Insp'r, for services, 80 67 David Over, print'g statement last year, 6 00 Assessors for returning 2591 men to Brigade Inspector, at 2 cts each, 51 gi Total paid ont $548 38 BEDFORD COUNTY, SS. The undersigned, Auditors of said County, do here by certiry, (hat, in pursuance of the Acts ef Assem bly, in surh eages made and provided, they met at the CommisioneiV Office, in Bedford Borough, and did audit and adjust *.he accounts between David i Over, Treasurer of said County, and the Common j wealth of Pennsylvania, as cor.-w me >d in the fore j going statements. As witness our hands, this 6th day or January. ! A. D. 1858. THOS. \V. HORTON, HENRY B. .MOCK, JOHN W.CRISMAN, Attest, \V'ir, M. Hall, Clerk. Feb. 5, 1858 A CARD. The Subscriber would respectfuily announce! to his friends and customers that he has associated with him in the mercantile business J. G. Min nich of Bedford Bor. and that hereafter the same will be conducted under the firm of Reed fk Minich, at the old stand, lie takes this op portunity of returning his thanks for the past liberal support awarded him by his friends, and s dicits a continuance of their favor for the new firm. lie respectfully calls upon his friends cus'ome s to settle up their accounts as soot* as convenient, pay or no pay, as it is very clesireable to have his old books closed. Verv respectfully, JACOB REED. Feb, 5 ! 858. \OTICE. The Mibscriber* being anxious to settle rp their Books, all those having accounts with them, will please call immediately and settle them and all those having notesdue, will lift them till the firstof.March ; if not they will be left in the hands of an officer for collection, as no longer indulgence will be given. _ F * b 5 > 1858 - ± ts - W.VI. STATES & CO. EXECUTORS' NOTICE. Notice is hereby given thai Letters Testamen tary have been issued by the Register of Bed ford, to the subscribers, residing in Monroe Township, as Executor of (he last Will .St Testament of James Shaw dec., and all persons indebted to said Estate are notified to make immediate payment ic those having claims on said Estate will present them for settlement. Jan. 2S. 1858. Jeremiah Shaw 1 Moses Shaw j Exrs. THREE CENTS REWARD. Absconded from the employ of the subscriber, a few days ago, a young lad indented to him, named John Yarnell. He is about 4- feet 6 inches in height; of a florid complexion, has black hair and is supposed to be about 14 years ol age. The above reward will be paid, but no thanksgiven, to any person bringing him back to the subscriber. Feb. sth. Samuel Ickes. Broad Top Coal! AT THE COOK COLLIERY ! ! AT HOPEWELL, KNOWN AS THE COKE BANK!! THE undersigned would hereby notify the public that he is engaged in the coal A mining business, at (he Broad Top coal mines, one half mile from the town of Hopewell. In order to insure speedy safe be will sell it at the mines at 4| cents per bushel, and delivered at Hopewell, at 6 cents per bushel.— I'ersons wishing coal will find it to their advantage to give him a call, as the coal is of the first quality and the terrps per bushel less than it can be obtained for elsewhere. The subscriber can at all times be found at his office at Hopewell, by persons desirous of purchasing. Dec IS, '57-3 m. RICHARD LAXGDON. BR. WILTON'S AMERICAN PILLS. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED. VOUNG AMERICA VICTORIOUS? One small box of Pills cures ninety-nine cases out of a hundred. No Bal-am, no Mercury, no odor on the breath, no fear of detection. Two small pills a dose ,• tasteless and harmless as water. Full direc tions arc given, -o that the patient can cure him-elf as certain as with the a ivice of the rr.ost experienc ed surgeon, and much better than with the advice of one of litlle experience in this class of disease. sr.XT BY MAIL TO ANY PART OF THE CO UN I'RY by enclosing one dollar to Dr. D. G. I Fir/gen No. 131 North Seventh St. below Race, Philadelphia. .4 liberal discount to the trade. None genuine wit bout the written signature of D. G. Wal ton Proprietor. Dr. W's treatment for Self-abuse, Weakness, &e., is entirely different from the usual course. Dr. W. has cured hundreds who have tried others without benefit. The treatment is as certain to cure as the >un is to rise. Enclose a stamp, and address Di. VV. as above giving a lull history of your case, and you will bless the day you made the effort to secure what is certain—A RADICAL CERE. Feb. 5, 58. —1 yr. lll\ltD\(; HOUSES OF JOHN T. HOGG. SOMERSET, SOMERSET ( * MOUNTPLEASANT, WESTMORE'D" \ = CON NELLS VILLE, FAYETTE CO. ("£ UNIONTOWN, f J BROWNSVILLE, f 2. NEW BRIGHTON, BEAVER CO. $ ? Deposits received, Discounts made, Drafts bought, sold and collected. Bank notes and Specie bought and sold. Stocks, notes, and other securities, bought and sold on Commission. Correspondence and col lections solicited. Aug. 21, 1537. GETTYS' PIfOTOGRAFiIIC GALLERY" Exchange Building, Bedford, Pa., Where Amhi.ity[''?, Daguerreofype*, &c-. &c., of every description, are execuled in the latest style? and improvements of the Art. A full assoi t iru iit of plain and fancy cases, and gold and plated Lockets, at very low prices, and The public are respectfully invited fo call examine his specimens. T. R. GETTYS, Jr. diu g sture for sale- Any person desirous of purchasing a well esta blished and piofitable Drug Store can hear of a first rate opening by addressing the editor of this paper. July 17, 1857. TOOT[L'ICHE. —Those who want a speedy cure for this disease will find it in DR. KEYSER'S TOOTHACHE Remedy. Sold for 25 cents at Sam uel Brown's Store Bedford, &, Colvin it Robia son's Schellsburg.