Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, February 26, 1858, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated February 26, 1858 Page 3
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STATEMENT AND REPORT OF WM. F. MOettaEAD. STF.W. ARD OF THE POO it, AND IIO; SE Of EM PLOYMENT OF' REM ORD MoFXTY, FROM THE Ist FOYOF JANG,' 3Y. I*3". TO Ti'K Ist DAY OF JANPAR?. tv*. em. To cash for flrur. &r., from see dry persons for won!h of January, -slOl 37V do. do. Febrtia.y, 136 99 do. ro, March, 108 5-1 do. d . April, 63 02 do. ti>. May, 150 08 do. <t >. June, 199 44 do. <i . July, Ib 9uS do. August, 305 21 i do. Sep", (id)er, 233 92 do. C'• Oct r, 42 55 do. do. Nr.Mc.mfeer, i-7 10 do. do. Dec i ■, 1> OU S 1405 OOf Check for .--slar-ce on It'crru iF, 62 004 $ 164-> 01 €6*. Bv cash pa; ;M s. Lvsmger, for to. key, 25 do. i'.i'■ fort hatnes 34 do. WUii.C*. ssna, for butchenrg, 50 do. J. D Armit, for lamp,. iOO uo. j I'm Amos, for cu m, 1 00 do. M> . Cmr.r, on accrual, 2 00 do. C. VV. ..lock, for go- ..j 3 16 do. Hi* Boor, for beef, 5 58 do. .ico'i Snyder, f>r apples, 40 do. Jtio. Snyder, lor corn, 37 10 do. t\ O ileegl-e, for goods, 13 83 do. Saudi Smith, for broom-*, 3 87 4 Uo. J 1: • Ames, fur straw, 30 do. 1 Cum dollar & cu., cutlet 1 , 22 13 do. J- Kee'ry, for toil, 1 50 do. ja*ah'Snyder, for apples, 50 do. S. Whetstone, for Flour, 18 00 do. A. U. Cramer, marker. !, 11 00 do. J. M. Shoemaker,her, ing, 450 <!•>. S.Davis, bringing pauper iSO do. R. vl, Butler, bal. on ace t. 624 du. A J tV for-straw, 3 50 do. i\ i >liots;l), for n .m; pauper to Philadelphia, 23 00 do. tV. Riser, hat lor panjvr, i G'"> do. Jas Smith, F-q.,of Cumber land, fur fees for .*>••( ming land warrant of p.uip-v, 25 00 do. Jacob Ivlock, for sled, 6 00 do. M 5 me, cloth wig paup—r, 4 00 do. Sam'l An.ic, making f nee, 8 13 d<. Pe-Ejr, for wood-!! v. arc, 3 GO do.' L Ar'it'W', brmgini j aiip ]CO do. S. . -..lick sX. Co., goitjb, 31 !S do, ' L '.-hock, sow a 6 p:_-?, 12 C ) do. Fiilfwr Duit,tf i i ;; i. g fru.t s and grape v 3 25 Ho. .* Suajer, fur | >'atoes, 6 (' V dt>. *V , t iillj-'S, () r. I -#./ do. C. Culfelt, for barley, X 75 do. I. I', ster, balance en i .c't, 10 22 ' d<. J wea. Sr. molasses,, 2 00 do. vVTo. Mellon, for potatoes, 15 (>•) do. Hull, bringing pauper, 1 76 do. WOi'fsel & Koor.ts, uasis -1 r machine, 7 do. C. Kiser, interest on mou # • . auecl, 1 2 j0 do. . 'bafer, potatoes X 'aw , g:> do. ilarkferood, id 50 • io. f> Leader, rnakttig y >.*, rJo. A Ickes, altering piiA 2 5 do. J.-.-i Schafer, fur c, rn, 3i 23 do. 1. D. Beegle, goods, 11 7n do. A. R. Crane, for straw, 50 tlo. L'.ui'l Lender, for work, "2 (JO do. Brn!i!ey, for be-f, 2 2 f Co, Hat for pauper, 75 do. Dr. 'l Harshbarger, apples, 1 23 do. J. Dickeo, lor bunging peeper, 1 00 do. 11. Moot c, f. o, 2 ' J Oj. John Schafer. for a;. cat, 5 > ' > ii l *. . Groceries, 2 4*5 lu. H. Ickcs, straw, do. S. Defihangh, h. r , 2 1? do. Shearing shoe] , 3 ; tin. J. Dunkhe, fir f, tlo. S. Davis, patent nee hi - , 5 A"I do. j. Bolinger, brooms, £c: , 1 i) 5 do. A. Ritchey, Dacon, 7 u j i.o. J. M. Shoetliaker, lobavco, 1 80 no. D. Over, jhi'v, 1 00 do. >. Conk, iTiUttuti, v U0 dor ii. Horn, corn, 13 00 do. John Sir/lib, nails, 5 00 do. Geo. Ly'singer. ;r0 rio. Expenses to Palo A 3 20 do. John Schafer, wh J, 7-0 00 do. 8. Coi.it, beef, y 50 ci > De Charms Barclay, rye, t) 00 d . s. Shuck & Co., t.h, 5 00 do. A. Rrtchey, apple bullcf, lo 8?4 tin. C. .Nattgle, beef, 4- sii d>.. 8. Defibaugh, beef, 2 50 lie. John Schafer, pulaLw, o 50. (in. One quarter salary. 9 ) 00 dv. John Crist, mutton, 5 B<l - Kot ntr, apple bultvr, I 25 rio. \V. T. Chapman-, 1 25 ItO. WtP. s!ick|e, beef, 1 20 do. H. Schaler, wheftt. f>B 75 to. Jobn Schneblv, corn, 12 75 v <!o. John Schafer, apph* butler, 7 56 do. Groceries, 1 00 do. J. Barley, mutton, •!• 47 do. Black White, on acc't. f> 42 do. Job .Matin, wheal, 12 50 do. C. Ake, mutton, 5 50 do. S. Defibaugh, beef, 1 09 do. J. Oiler, work at race. 1 75 do. Thos. Bruce, do. 56 do. C. Sinner, v.heat, 71 S7£ <i >. A. Imler, mutton, 4* 50 do. Sundries, 1 59 do. A. Clark, wheat, 5 00 do. Z. Schafer, wheat, 72 28 do. Way pauper, 50 do. Mrs. Claar, on account, 200 do. J. D. Shuck, sheep, 38 00 do. Casper Hand, wheat, 59 50 do. S. Di-fibaugh, beef, 3 90 do. P. li. Shirks, repairing, u indmill, * 1 00 •to. C. Colfelt, corn 15 30 do. John Schafb.-, IWf, 3 75 do. C. Colfelt, i ye, 12 50 r!o. J. Wv*nf, bringing pauper, 450 do. S. Defibaugb, heel, 2 65 do. Philip DiehJ, on account, 2 00 4 10. Sundry persons, work at race, 9 98 do. S. Cook, heel, 2 50 do. G. W. Rupp, goods, 20 89 do. Pedler, 3 pr. pantaloons for paupers, 5 50 do. H. Defibaogb, work, 1 00 do. Jno. Peeler, salt, 2 50 do. Geo. Smith, wheat, 65 00 do. Levi Whetstone, straw, 60 do. V. Steckman, be-f, 4 60 do. Dr. (} W Anderson, wheat. 12 50 .V do. F-iJfage, &.c,, I 25 iln. j. Liemhv, n iui work, 250 J. Bri'teharn, brick, - I 33 . >•:. Mrs. Croyl:*, wheat, 1 70 ; <! >. H. Cratjjyr, ;rto<ls, 20 00 j i do. ciiflcerfi, 125 ; uo. i>3ot Mmgle,jr. furniture, 200 , do. J. Schnably, apple butter, 125 | d .. S. Amic, work, 1 00 tio. m. Lutz, carding wool 6 25 do. 2d quarter's salary, 90 00 i do. J. I). Shuck, on account, 106 do. A R Crane, apple butter, 5 00 do. Sol. Reimuod, ivparing, 100 d)j. John Sansorp, toll, S?i . do. J G Hartley, appie butler, 5 do. F Rlench, straw, 1 itO I ,'w. Or. G W Anders n, wheat 1- 20 ■ i. i". Mettch, 1 iifj' t 60 <! . R Kurtz,.beef, 2 25 (i . SD Bi xie, work at nuil, 36 00 ri . iisprns sn> bau|i£)g coal, 1 40 do. J oh Mock, cuier and ap j'l, btrhr, ' '.{ 11 85 do. ;M:s. C. ismao apple buttei, ;> :0 do. M s. (Ji. .yie, bi.ckwb-ai, 5 00 do, . \V. Kiwr, -bats, 100 | 4,. M-V y, ! eet; 4. 55 j. i! it Philip Gordon, tnrnipr, 250 f' uo. ' ' Guok, bed', 360 ; do. Jjjcob Boriotjer, g" c. ri s, 1 00 | dJ. Jacob Reed, on account, 20 00 do. L Jamison, wheat, 67 50 4 do. s Defibaugh, btvf, 12 97 do. Bal. at last s. ItlementM --.7 38 ftto. L Jamison, on accou;M| 325 CO. DanT llarshl a'rgef, br& 25 j do. A R Crane, apple butt $75 do. 11 Delibanuh, h .tciierir.g, .1 00 dP, Gates, 1 ~ ra , and work t.t race, 12 10 do. J. ifeefy, JoE, 2 15 do. Suuilry marketie.g, 2>, :r<i <7)1665 01 , j STATIiMKM' OF" THE POOR | MILL, FROM THE Ist D\V OF JA.N LA } RY, 1857, TU THE Ist D\Y OF JANU- . 1 ART, 160 . 14855. _ . , . $ Amount of Toil, (Ruin Itc o-iI i j the p Mill, as per Monthly Reports. Ac r> CO fl r*t I) t Jan'-. f - 0 , 04 23 3 43 26 34 3f i|Aprii, 2 ■ > 1 { 13 74 hMaV, 29 do 17 1 4 Mum, 42 15 13 i'julv, 22 17 5 : A",.F, • 32 15 ~ | ISepten,: r, 52 35 ; October, -8 0 19 N ' t co r, 42 13 5j 15 3 ' f) cendjer, 72 22 5 20 An.'t '.oil grain 12;5 4-7 TO j 62f 21 , i l 3t ' T }'S> ' | Aj.rs! t, nm'l < f grain in mill, 143 i 47 ' Bought ol John Schafer, 150 ♦♦ • 4 Catharine Ritriiey, 9*3 44 • 4 Jr >. Snyder, 69 44 j • 44 Henry Schafer, 50 e.'li' i.'iaii Stoner, | 44 Casper Hand, 4r 3 ; 44 Zichariab Schafer, 58 41 t 44 Alexander Clark, 5 44 '* Sri n;. Croyle, 10 44 44 Michael Wer.el, 48 44 j 44 Jacob Double, _ 52j 44 44 Lawrence G7i 44 44 Rate* U Ofl | 4. 44 Total Amount. 139 J J 3.3 : Py amount of Grain uv 0 in Poor House ;ukT i * lit t i sundry prrsndis for cash, and on cc ! 'counls nod jor work done in repaiisto ?.*>il, j '{con**, oiC. 3 4? £ a 2 ~ 3 *_ i : A:-. OUhT ii" Per. ® | Him*, 4 , 349 30 j 354 Horse 1-3, 9 1 I Hog A-ptl, 33 7 i Sold,sundry j*r'; s, 192 151 £34 20 2 I Sfld m Floor. 800 i i Remaining ui mill, 50 30 4- 7j 12 139J4 313 70 G2j 21 f.i-t of Paupers admitted, discharged, died, Sic., it;ti ing each month, and the nttmVr rernain i ing at tiie em! of each month'. a!> - the aur i age nnn.'.er ss ; parted in the House doling the j tear, teg, ther with the number i f out door j j aitp-'i a Mipp.:; tr d and !• '.tried by the ti it, from t lie Ist day of J a luary, 1857, to • the .st day of January, 1858. 1 -■ < =T ~ 3 ... 2- *' = % u - -* ~ = ' * V t zr -j ~ S c. -r* -2. -■ i. - " 2 • „ ~ ~ - 2. ~ Z I? t 2 ~ c 0 =? " | JSS7. \ " j Jar,nary 4 1 27 la j February, 4 2 1 2-5 20 j .March, 3 ft 11 21 17 ' April, 3 1 21 is I May, £ 0 1 3 18 2d | .Tune 7 2 2 10 if? ! July, .2 3 1 20 17 . August, 2 2 20 17 | September, 4 4 2 1 21 17 j October, 4 27 15 I Nov-mbcr, 7 1 1 2s 17 ' December, 7 6 1 2 I IS 51 40 6712 26/ 211 Miking an average of 40 per month, of whom 2 ire colored. There are also 4 who are blind, 11 in ! sane, t confined to bed. There were u!-o 5 out i floor paupers, who are not included in me above fu neral end other expen-es, were also paid for 2 de reased pauper* in the county who were uuablp to h* bfduehCto the Poo*- House. Bills were paid for bearding and medi.ea! attendance for pauper* 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, 72 from Ire -1 land, 12 from England, 5 from France, 2 from Sue fden, and 12 were Americans. STATEMENT of'the produce of the farm and garden, from the Ist ol January, 1857, to the Ist day of January, 185 S. 41 bushels of wheal, 350 bushels ofoa!, 225 bushels ears of corn, 6 bushels of buckwheat, 330 bushels of potatoes, 14 bushels of onions, 2 bushels, small onions, 30 bushels of beels f 8 bushels of parsnips, 20 bushels of tomatoes. 4 bushels of beans, 14 tons of hay, 5 J -ads orn (''rider, 1900 heads cabbage, 5 barrels crou!, •* 1 barrel vinegar. t 2 barrt Is pickled cucumbers, 210 pounds wool, - ■ 8087 pounds pork, * 389 pounds lard, ' 3950 pounds bee/, ,jr 209 pounds tallow, 629 i pounds hioes, 566 pounds real, T()6 pounds mutton, 7,calf skins, 3. sheep skins, _ 360 pounds but#r. LIVC STOCK ON WRM. ' 2 horses, Scows, 1 110 sheep, 2 brood Sows, 16 shoals, FEJKD for stock. 11 tons hav. 40 fiiis'iHs ears corn, 30 bushels cuts, Lot oI straw, Articles rnaniiiactured in Jluiisr by mat ron 35 shirts, 27 chemises, 25 pair mens', , pints, 6 vests, 14 ioimd jackets, 19 pair pillow 1 -i uses, 24 women's dresses, 4 > hiblrer.'s dresses, | 2 run i onai ts. 2i sheets, 13 aprons, 14 wo- ; men's sacks, J 1 habdkerchii ts, 3 feather licks, j 19 pair men's socio, T8 pa;r women's stock-j rugs, I quilted skirt, 5 shrouds, 17 barrels soft j soap. J . !mount of cktcks remaining unpehJ * ' opto January 1,185.3. 4oJO 00 : Amount due frbni culliijctorssl9s/ 00 | 4 > { due. upon judgments, 80 Off •v due Upon accounts, 150 00 4g 5187 02 Amctmt due ihe Institution. $ '37 02 We the I iiderci.zoeil. Due,tors of the Poor r\, House of Cu.pl >y ment ol Bedford Courtly, do certify that we have examined tin* above ac count, 54./ine4ts 4 ./ine 4 t and Rejoct yf \\ ii. ! • t>i • >r fhead, Stev.;.rd of said Poor&. Hou<f <>l iaiuploy iOitrtf, fnui. (he ist day o; ja:. 1853—and find tithe same to he correct. t: Witness our h t:;d 5v s.-als tits Ist day of hjanuarv, 185*/. (;i.f,'R(jp. i.LD'dR Gi:c;!10E 3MOn.SK Attest o D SHUCK gTIiOMAS li. GI;TT.-S Jn. Ptwr Dir cars. '•</ r"" y 1 v ' Tlifv s-dt-ci it er will sell a! his rceire r c< in the t,jr i o't.-.li c; t 'Jinr.!, on 6A 11 Rf'A Y, 1 ta- 27ih day Feb ;m*ry, iSS'-, ris i : t i.old and idfrhvri furniture, crttisu.i si:.', ,'f iw A ii '•] ..je, bureau*, tab!— werd , i.-'bi"-', Cijo l ,,: " --•! it■(: j '.!e ftnvea. I'l-v.'iug j SOFT'S, SinrEXS, CJHPEfS, Si tILW, , a i l o!l;er u aitras- •/ !>., rorliiiig, and other chairs, ■ 'dork, not! a vaiiety of oth'>r nrtud s ! ee s=a.-y t> ■■ iti;: crate. A I.S'otic fir"; rets mwM C._ _ 4 J s 1 (237*vJ Vv 5 eq-jiil in tone to tie hrst that can he purchased, ami •.a only olfercd because of the treble necc-srly in | the packing. Also, s good family carriage, \vi;b first rate harness. Also, an excellent milch cow, ; a quantity of good bacon put up this winter, smoked a; ■! r uly for 1; ; meat vessels, &c. C?"Ai:v ; '-rs •. svl'hi: 1 to n'jfroiise any cf the v-'VI* rrti- ii s : rr !' e day o: sate can <lo so by n.:.kiiie . ij pi tion to B. F. Leader, Kq., at the t*ot Otlice, or Mrs fiuwm m, at i'i H re irtenee of thy iub- .-rilxr. —All sums over five dollars, a credit cf •■'.x n o;irhs will be civen by the pnrr .a --p bond with approved •■ecti'iiy. Jot! To nrarrifiice i! 10 o'eloek, A. *4. Feb i"2, l®-7 : 3 ' ' - ' V 4*"'? ""•* 1 I ( V'<, Ji ' WS-- JL i v./ x- 3 O AN election for f, v niai.ss-r-' of the Chambers -I,'ng s-ui Fe.liAid Turnpike Road ' irrpany, will be he! i iii<* r ibiie bon-.e of Adam McKinnie, i > Mr* Cot ' !'*d- ir-r, or. "P. iitay, the first day of Ma;cb tieit, at 1 o'clock. T. D. KiiNNEDY, President. Ct.. .%• rsbnrg, A.!> I'd, ' S. V f? 7 by the Comity of Fed.'.'ft. to *-•>♦ t! e present den anv's a .gainst the'lrr.K ry. Application to lie trvlr irn tt.ed etely. U*M. WHETSTONE, H. J. 1. Ui.N'Eii, CAD. F. VANS, Febrtmry 12. ift CcMir.issioners. _ r l ttropike* i'A i KMC XT of 1,.; 1 teceipls and expnr.S'S of i';e B-sMljrtl and Siuystown 'iutnpike Road Com pin v, fur the vear ending Ist January 1853. Ba'-mce in the Treasury, Ist January, HSSB $229 26i Balance of the original Stockholder, j fund 4! 49 Amourd of toils received during th - year ° 1.988 74-i $2,259 50 .•Vtn'i of puses d.irtng th v ar $1,536 59 J .Balance in th- 1V a.iry Ist J.tnua:*r. 1858, incl'id'ng $672 90| he! and unrurreat tr. ney. Nu dividend inad' v t r the year 1858. PETER SCHELL, Treasurer. February 12, 1853. ~ ELECTION. . The stooliimlders of the above Company, ar? here by informed thut the aniuni elcct:u;i to elect live inßn;.eei3 to conduct the aluirs of the Company the ensuing year, will be held at the house of James Frea her, in 8; hclisburg, on Monday, the first day of March next, between 1 and 'I o'elock. P. M. PETER SC'HELL, Sec'v. XOTfCE. LETTERS of administration on the estate'of Jacob Heitsii-w, late of Napier tow ftsh'p, deceased, hav ing been graiitei! to the subscriber residing in said itownship—all persons indebted to said estate are thereiore notified to make payment immediately, arid these having claims will present them forth with for settlement. DAVID K'EITSHEIV. Fib. !'2, 1858. Adm'r. S5S3* 11. J4 IIES' EXTRICT OP (!.!Ni\lßiS ML (Alcoholic praperatio'n from the leaves imported from Calcutta,) roK Titr. rr.iiMANr.NT crp.s or CONSUL PLON, BRONCHITIS, ASTHM \, cone,HS. COLDS, NERVOUS DEBILITY, &c. PniCE. $2,00 PER BOTTr.r.. genuine witnout 4 *Dr. H. James, 19 Giand Sr., Jersey City," blown in the bottle. For sale by ROBERT FYAN, Bedford Pa., Sole Agent. Feb. 19, 1353. CHEAP SHOES.—a small lot, a little out ofstvle, will be sol J very low. A. B. CRAMER & Co, PLASTER.—In quantities to suit porch* pers—for salt* bv A. R. CRAMER & Co. Feb. 19, 1858. -RECEIPTS Ml) EXPENDITURES OF BEDFORD COUNTY, FOR 1857. £>AVID OVER, Treasurer ol' Bedford County, in • Bceoant with said County, from January sth, 1857, j to January Ith IS3B. j Trensueur Dr. 7o cash received from Collectors, as follows : Henry 3. Flock, S. Woodberry, 1857, $lO3 50 Simon Beard, M. Woodberry, 44 ISO Ud Isaac M. In.ler, Union, 44 153 15 j Amos Ash, Southampton, 199 12 |di mes Smith, St. Clair, 186 00 j Dan Vyictrn, Schellsburg, 44 70 00 VV. Prov. 44 '261 25 j MjmN Morgret, E. Trov. '* 123 30 : " ppe '' " 2 '- 5 00 Monroe, • 50 00 ' j if'tou, Londonderry, 44 70 00 ['l Hf' """ T " 111 "0 , Nathan Hurley, Juniata " 100 00 I Alexander Davis, Bripewell, " 120 00 | JonaAOfc Keightner, Harrison, " 75 00 HenaMose, Ctimb. Valley, " 279 00 ! Sauitfri James, Coleiatn, " 230 00

j John Oeborn, Broadtop, " 35 00 Aiiftm Barnhart, Bedford Tp., " 373 52 Jacob Bmitb, do. Bor., " 211 00 John Forney, 3. Woodberry, 1850, 265 00 Simon Beard, M. Wood. 44 554 50 Michael Weriz, Union, 95 03 Henry Horn, Bchellsburgh, " 38 02 | Daniel Tewell, Southampton, 14 45 64 , Jacob Andrews, St. Clair, 44 190 25 I John Sparks, W. I'rov., 44 233 33 ; Samuel VVirk, E. Prov., 44 131 15 i Henry Kgtilf, Napier, 44 313 15 i Jeremiah Akers, Monroe, " 176 10 ' Jacob Evans, Londonderry, 44 65 00 j Daniel Cypher, Liberty, " 100 39 j Win. lAllespie, Juniata, 44 71 70 | Hugh Werlz, Harrison, 44 132 79 j Jolift Dasher, Hopewell, 44 122 1 2 i j utcah Brur.w, Cumb. Valley, 44 257 00 f KliasGump, ("vierain, 44 238 00 , 1 homas Horton, Broadtep, 44 23 i 20 | Jacob Riddle, Bedford Tp., 44 38 6 7 6 B. W. Garretson, do- Bor., 44 396 71 DfeWd Miller,S. Wood. 1855 123 50 1 |Wit. Elder, M. Wood. , 44 50 00 ; I John Alstadt, St. Clair, 44 52 00 Monroe, 44 .18 70 i Devore, Londonderry, 44 865 j Hopewell 44 30 CO Levi Hardliner, Climb. Valley, 44 44 6 ! Thomas VV. Horton, Broadtop, 44 27 36 Peter H. Shires, Bedford Bor. 44 26 31 Job* L. Hnl, Juniata, 1854, 110 00 Ah; to Snowden, Ctimb. Valley, > 4 115 00 Jets- Dieken, Southampton, 44 38 00 JcniiKtng, U-ipeweiJ, 44 GS 12 Solomon Williams, VV. Prov. 1851, 10 43 Also amount received from J. Mower, Esq., collected from Joseph 11. Harbangh, 26 00 Jury fees received from Daniel VYa,habaugb. Prothonary, 280 00 Cash received for Shingles 5 00 ! Las i received from Collector*, not accounted I far above, hawing been erroneously charg i ej in Siate account, -19 39 Total Receipts, 8177 06 | (Vsra.'/S. r • By balance d ie Tt 'asurer on hist yca.'s *et ttfmeci, J73S 5& P-y Rißoont paid on checks drawn by Conr rossinners in favor of sundry persons, pro nt statement below, 7023 28 By amount pai.l Grand and l'etit Jurors du ring the year 1857, 3'.24 73 By amount paid to Cwstabie* attending Jtirors, CS 00 By amount of premium* paid on scalps of faces, v.'u ves, &c., 335 27 By 'i'riasurer's salary, ISS 00 To'al paid out, 10774 83 received, 8477 00 Balance due Treasurer, $2207 23 To be added uneurreHt money ar.d counter- It'U Kinney, 51 50 $2348 73 of Checks abort referred to. A4ses.?rs, 231 42 Vic were of road*-, bridges, 'it., 105 00 Court v-rter," -39 60 Repair- of public hyiKing*, 451 18 Interest on bono wed money, 66 00 Coirimis-iiohers, V'ur. VVbetatooe, C<2 50 C. Kvan*, 88 50 11. .1. Brnner, 42 50 Jcbn Mower, K- IJ ., Att'y InComra'ri, 50 00 H. Ntrdenm:s, Clerk to Cannn'r*, 217 50 Cost on CoiniiiOJiwfaltb ca-p*, 1463 10 Sup-porting criminals in penitentiary, 237 23 H 'gh f.loore's fees ami costs. 156 51 D. \Va*hbaugh, do c'o 278 08 Hugh Moore, boarding prisoners, 2JI 41 David Over, printing, 317 75 Insurance ot Court House, 51 30 To an Clock, 250 00 Moneys refunded, 158 26 EICCTICIBS, * 518 30 Stationery, Itc., 53 MtsceUai.eotis check*, 423 75 Coun!,y Auditors, 45 00 Tp : l of Check*, 7023 28 Sfv'ment of .Money* thu to fie County of ifnrd, on the it A day of January, .J. D. 1353. Freni Collectors as follows : Henry S- Flock, S. Woodberry, 1857 Sl' 73 Simon Heard. Mi. sVoori, " 818 2(1 Isaac - 4. luaber, Union, " 101 •" 1 Anio - .Vh, Southampton, " 35 Jarm 1 a rututh, St. Clair, " Jler.ry I!orn, Srhfll-b'.irgh, " 31 4 - - Wm. Masters, W. Prov- " 202 59 AUfahain.Morgret, E. Prov. " L'l I■' Fbiilip Cuppef, Napier, " 247 24 V.'illhnt Carnc!!, Monro?, " 30(5 C-2 Noah T j tori, Londonderry, " 703 10 John ('•./'.oik. Liberty, Nathan tlurtey, Juniata, " ' 3 H Alexander Davis, Hopewell " Jonathan Feigbtmw, Harrison, 14 131 SI He, r) i! .le, Cumb. Valley, " -[>} •> Samusl ?acnes Cc'erain, " 315 ,S John A. Oiborn, Broadtop, " l' l,l 40 Adam Barnhait, Bedford fp. " Sol 'J Jacob Smith, do Bor. • 312 75 John Foim-y, S. Woo 1. 1855, 2. 0-j Simon Heard, M. Wood. '• • r Henry Horn, Scbcllborg, " John Evans, Londonderry, " 212/ John Dasher, Hopewell, " IS '- 10 Josiah Bruner, Cumb. Valley, " -f 1* El;as (fump, Colerain, " Thomas W. llorton, " , oo B- W. Garretson, Bedford Bor., " HI John Alstadt, St Clair, 1355, 3*43 Jacob A. Nicodemus, S. Wood, 1851, John L. Hill, Juniata, " GO Abraham Snow den, Cumb. Valley, 1854 37 Siimuel Cain, Bedford Bor. 1852 37 /I •Benj- H- Walker, St. Clair, 18-51 53 07 Samuel Clark, do. IS'B 20) 00 Stonerstown bridge bond, about ' ' Kj l " 7250 SO •Paid in foil. Statement of .Moneys owed by the County of Bidford. To John Sill, Abraham Herns' Estate, ■lam,. R„, H William Bonier, I9J 90 Daivil Over, Treasurer, balance due on set tlement, 2318 73 $5541 73 BEDFORD COUNT7, SS. The undersigned. Auditors of said C onnty.do here by certify, that, in pursuance of the Acts of Assem bly, in such cases made and provided, they met at NOTE:— On some of the amounts due from collec tor. some interest is due, and from some exonera tions and commissions are to be deducted. Aieo 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 rnoi.<-v due and owed by said county, arid the same i- co'-i-ct. As witne,* our haud-t, this 6th rfav of January, A. D., 1858. THOS. VV. HORTON', HF.NKY B. MOCK. JOHN VV.CRIS.MAN. Atte.t, Wat. M. HALL, Clerk. Report of (he County Auditors to the Auditor General, January Ith, 1858. David Over, Treasurer of Bedford County, in ac ; count with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Tax on Real and Personal Estate. Treasurer, Dr. To aggregate amount outstanding at last settlement. 6593 58 To aggregate amount assessed for 1857, 8711 58 Amount received on unsettled lands, 5 20 Balance due Commonwealth at la>i settle ment 2892 81) Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer, pro ut receipts 6235 73 By Commissions allowed collectors on $5973 13 at 5 per centum 29S 65 By exonerations allowed collectors for 1857 and pieviotis years, 277 CO By Treasuser's Commissions on $.773 1 93 o7 34 By amount uncollected for 1857 ari l prev ious years, 8099 18 By balance due Commonwealth, 2334 66 $18293 16 Tavern Licenses. Dr. To amount of for 1537, 950 00 Amount of received Iroin George Stuckey being one of seven licenses exonerat ed for John Taylor, in 1855: 10 00 $960 00 Contra, Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer, pro ut receipjs S7S 75 Commissions on $960 48 00 Exonerations, 60 00 Baiance due Commonwealth, 33 20 $960 00 Alt and lirer License* Dr. To amount for 1857, 80 00 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer pro ut re ceipts dated in 1857 76 00 Treasurer's Commissions on SBO 00 at 5 per cent. 4 00 SO 00 Ha trie rs and Pedlers Dr. To balance due Commonwealth at last set lement, 45 CO Amount of Licenses for 1857, 24 00 SC9 60 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 65 60 5 per cent commissions on $24 1 20 Balance due Commonwealth 2 80 SO9 60 Billiard Rooms Dr. To balance due Commonwealth at last settle ment 23 75 Amount of for 1557 40 00 63 75 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 53 75 5 per cent commUsions on S4O 2 00 Balance due Commonwealth 8 00 $63 75 Eating Houses Dr. Balance due last year 30 48 Amount of for 1857 13 00 sls 4 s _ Cr. Contra v 0 By aroeuot paid State Freaiurer Ci'liTti .s.-i-'US at 5 P er ce "t °" sis 14 ao Balance due Commonwealth $45 48 Ten Pin A.'teys f ' Dr. To Amount of licenses for 1857 32 50 C> 'tra or. By amount paid State Treasurer pro uf re ceipts 25 00 5 per cent commissions on $32 50 1 G2J Balance due Common wealth 5 87i $32 50 DistiiDrits Dr. To amount of for 1857 150 00 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treksrrer 142 50 5 per cent commission eft $l5O „ 7 50 $l5O 00 Retailers Dr. To balance due Commonwealth at lest settle ment 20 04 Amount of licenses for 1857 752 37.1 720 41J Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 401 89 Amount paid D. Over printing 21 00 Exonerations (Beegle. Sbafer, Duncan, 110 1 - set, Condon, and Fisher, lor six licenses not collectable) 52 97 Gotn missions on $J ID 50 a! 5 per cent 32 -17 Balance due Common wealth 191 OSj $722 Jiniitia Pints Dr. To aggregate amount outstanding for 1856 and previous years, at the last settle ment 2010 21 Aggregate amount asse-sed tor 1857 1 101 CO $.7001 01 Contra Cr. By amount paid State Treasurer 125 00 Ealance dnc last year 3 07 Amount uncollected lor 1557, and previous years 215.7 60 5 per cent commissions allowed collectors for 1857 anil previous >,-ar.s 30 -.0 Exonerations allowed collectors for Hvi7 and previous years 405 ,50 j Amount paid sundry persons pro ut state ment at length below 310 38 Treasurers commissions on S7OO at 1 per cent 7 00 Balance due Commonwealth 27 73 $0204 24 STATEMENT of the receipts and expenditures of the Military Fund of Bedford County, for the year 1857, showing the amounts received from each col lector saparately, and the amounts paid to each per son ; m accordance with act of Assembly of 301 h of April, A. D. 18-33. Received as follows : Michael Wertz, 51 13 Jno. bparks, 3 4 35 Jacob Biddle H Daniel Tewell 11 75 Henry Horn, 0 9"i D. Miller, 20 00 Simon Beard 05 SO James C. Devore " • 00 H. B. Wertz, 30 97| Jno. King . 23 08 Robert Elder, 29 C Daniel Cypher 31 83 Jacob Andrewa 25 C 5 Elias Gump 50 83 Josiah Burner 11 00 Noah Tipton 20 43 Wm. Mesters, 42 08 William Carnell, 10 00 Samuel James, 10 00 Robert Elder, 12 37 William Gillespie, 50 Isaac M. lmlcer, *0 00 T. W. Horton, ~ James C. Devore 3 00 Jeremiah Akers, 23 28 Total received S7OO 13J Paid out as follows : i o Lemuel Evans, Brigade Inspector, for ! ' "Jneportat ion of arm* 41 90 : Broadiop Rifle Rai.geis, per order of Capt. i J.Heed, 73 00 I Liood\ Hun Clues, per order of Capt. VVm. Sta'".„ 73 dO | County Commissioner* and their clerk, 00 00 Bedford Riflemen, per order of A. J. San sorn, 75 00 Cumber laud Vasley Blues, per order of Capt. Nottingham, 75 00 Lemuel F.vans, Brigade Ir.sp'r, for services, SO 67 David Over, priuCg statement last year, 6 00 Assessors for returning 2391 men to Brigade Inspector, at 2 cts each, 51 81 Total paid ont $348 38 BEDFORD COUNTY, S3. The undersigned, Auditor* nf said County, do here to' - certify, that, in pursuance of the Act* ef Assem bly, in -u<h rases made and provided, they met at the Commisioriers' Office, in Bedford Borough, and did audit and adjust the accounts between David Over, Treasurer of said County, and the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, as contained in the fore going statements. As witness our hands, this 6th day of January, A. D. 1808. THOS. W. HORTON, HENRY B. MOCK, JOHN VV.CRISMAN, Attest, VVM. M. HALL, Clerk. | Feb. 5, 1838 A C A R D. The Subscriber would respectfully announce I 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 IT ed fR Mtnich, at the old stand. ]!•• takes this op portunity of returning his thanks for the past liberai support awarded him by his friends, and solicits a continuance of their favor fur the new firm. He respectfully rails upon his friend* tS - customers to settle up their accounts as soon as convenient, pay or no pay, as it is vctj desirt-able to have his old books closed. Very respectfully, JACOB REED. Feb, 5 !Bf)S. KOTRE. The subscribers being anxious to spttle np their Books, all those having accounts with them, will please call immediately and settle them and all tho8 having note-,due, will lift ihe-n till the first of March ] if not they will he left in the hands of an officer for collection, as no longer indulgence will be given. Feb 5, 1855. -2 ts. VV.M. STATES & CO. EXECUTORS' NOTICE. No! ice is hereby given that Letters Teslamen tary have been issued by the Register of I3ed / >:■(), to the subscribers, residing; in Monroe Township, as Executor of the last Will & Testament of Jcrr.is Si.av.- dtc., 2nd all persons indebted to said Estate are notified to make immediate payment & those having claims on said Estate will present them for settlement# Jan. 'OS, IBSS. Jeremiah Shaw } M 's?9 Shaw j Exrs. fii ir&nti Top CoaH AT THK COOK COLLIKHY:; AX HOPEWELL, KNOWN AS THE COKE BANK!! THE undersigned would hereby notify the public that lie is engaged in the coal & mining business, at the Broad Top coal mines, one half mile from the town of Hop. weil. In order to m ure speedy ml# b".. v t, 'iems per bushel.— Persons wishing coal will find it to their advantage to give him a call, as the coal is of tbe first quality and the terms per bushel less than it can be obtained for elsewhere. The subscriber can at all times ba found at his oflice at by persons desirous of purchasing. liae is. >SJ-3m. RICHARD LANGDON. 111. WILTOTS A M ERIC AN P ILL S. JOY TO THE AFFLiCTED. YOUN3 AMERICA VICTORIOUS: One small box of Pllis cures ninety-nine cases out o: a hundred. No Ba!-am, no Mercury, no odor on the b:e?tb, no fear oi detection. Two small pills a dose ; tasteless and harmless as water. Full direc tions are given, so that the patient can cure himself a- certain as with the a 'vice of the rr.o-t experienc e ! surgeon, and much liefer than with the advice of one of I'tile experience in this class of disease. SENT RY MAIL TO ANY FART OF THE COUNTRY hy enclosing one dollar to Dr. D. G. I:>/gen No. Nil North Seventh St. belovv Race, Philadelphia. A liberal discount to the trade. None genuine without the written signature ofD. G. H'a' ton Proprietor. fIL Dr. V.'N treatment for SelfMtcHise, Weakness, &c., ,s ei t: 1- :y different from the us Wat course. Dr. W. has cured hundreds who have tried others without benefit. The treatment is as certain to cure as tha sun i- to rise. Enclose a stamp, and address Di. W. as above giving a full history of your case, and you will bless the dav you made the effort to secure vvhAt is certain — A RADICAL CURE. Feb. n, 58. —I vr. n \ \U3IIOVSES ~~ I OF _ JOHK T. HOfffr j SOMERSET, SOMERSET ( * MOUNTPLEASANT, VVF.STMORE'n \ § CONNELLSVILLE, FAYETTE. CO. /" „ ! UNIO.NTOWN, .< \ 7 BROWNSVILLE, } = NEW BRIGHTON, BEAVER CO. \ ? Deposits received, Discounts made, Drafts bought, : oM and collected. Bank note, and Specie bought ! and sold. Stocks, notes, and other securities, botigi t and sold on Commission. Correspondence and coi- I lections solicited, j Aug. 21, 18.17. ; How to save Money! ' ALL persons who are in want of good and ve i ry cln-ap Chair* and Cabinet Furniture, i cail now have an opfiortu. j nity of saving money, by * calling on the subscriber, and selecting suih mtirfes as they muy need from* large stock now on band which will he sold lower than the same can be bought in this country. You uho are about to commence housekeeping will do well by calling on me as there will be great reduction* made in suits of Furniture. You will sea the truth of the above statement by looking at the I fo'low ing list of prices. ! CHAIRS FROM $l5O to 36 00 per set : BEDSTEADS, 250 •< 15 00 TABLES, 2 50 " 20 00 " ; BUREAUS, 10 00 35 00 ! CUPBOARDS, 500 12 00 • | WASHSTAXDS, 150 COO i WORK STANDS, ICO 500 " , CANDLE STANDS, 100 300 i Ail other articles in proportion. All articles war- J ranted. \ " ISAAC MANGEL, Jr. February i 9, 1858. •- i TOOTIMCttE . —Those who want a speedy ' cure for this disease wiil find it in [>r. Kether's Tootfiaoiik Remedy. Sold for 25 cents at Sam uel Brown's Store Bedford, & Colvin 6c Robin son's Schellsburg. LUMBER.—TWenty Thousand feet of Spruce 3c. Pine Boards, also a large supply of Poplar Scantling—for sale by A. B. CRAMER&Cb Feb 19, 1858. *..-< j. aicing th