Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, June 8, 1860, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated June 8, 1860 Page 3
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political Announcements. All notices under this head must be pre-paid.] Prolhonotary. We are authorized to announce MAJ. SAMUEL H. TATS, of Bedford borough, as a candidate for Pro thonotary, subject to the decision of the Democrat ic County Convention. We are authorizedto announce the name of J. HEN B r ScHELL,of Schellsburg, as a candidate lor Pro jbonotary, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. , March 30tb, 1860. Sheriff We are authorized to announce the name of AC KKNSIXGER. Esq., of Liberty tp., as a cam i- J.te for the office of Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. We are authorized to announce the name of ISAAC D EARNEST, oi Bedford township, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN CESSNA, as a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. We are authorized to announce P H. STCDE BAKSR, of Napier township, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the decision ol the Dem ocratic County Convention We are authorized to announce COL. JF.D. BEEGLK, of St. Clair tp., as a candidate for Sheriff, subject l 0 the decisiou of the Democratic County Conven- T '° n ' . . XT We are authorized to announce the name ot \ AL EXTiNStSTECKMAN, as a candidate for the office ol She Aubject to the decision oi the Democratic CoinrtyTonvention. We are authorized to announce the name of WIL- A POWELL, of Harrison Township, as a candi date for tbe office of Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. Commissioner. W'e are authorized to announce the name of JOSIAH MILLER, Esq ,of Londonderry tp., as a candidate for th£ office of Commissioner, subject to the de cision of the Democratic county convention. We autbot.ized to announce the name of MICHAEL FLUKE, Esq., of Hopewell tp., as a candidate lor the office of Commissioner, subject to the decision of tbe Democratic county convention. We are authorized to announce the name of Col. Thos. W. Horton, of Broad Top tp., for the office q( Commuaioner, subject to the decision of the Demo cratic county convention. We are author.zed to announce the name ol J. T. GEPHART, of Bedford township, as a candidate lor Commissioner subject to the decision of the Demo cratic county convention. We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN BRUMBAUGH, oi South Woodberry tp.. as a candidate for Commissioner, subject to the decision ol the Democratic county convention. We are authorized to announce 1. E. RKIGHART of Bedfoid township, as a candidate for the office of Commissioner, subject to the decision ot the Dem ocratic County Convention. We are authorized to announce DAVIH EVANS, of Monroe tp., as a candidate for the office of Com misioner, subject to the decision oi the Democratic County Convention. JJEDFORD MACHINE SHOP! THE subscriber would most respectfully an nounce to the farming community, and public in general, th.t he still continues to manufacture at bis shop, in Bediord, Pa., the following farming u tensils of the very best mateiial, andjin the most workmanli/e manner, viz: FOUR AND SIX HORSE TUMBLING SHAFT POWER MACHINES, with large open cylinders, six slaves, and spikes acre wed in, and improved Straw Shakers attached, 'lueir superiors for strength and speed arejnot made in this or any other County in the State. Four Horse Tumbling Shaft and Strap Power Machine, with cylinder open or shut, as may be de sired, for convenience, ease of dralt, and perfect working, this machine has no superior any where. THREE HORSE MACHINES, of the same kind. Two and three Horse Tumbling Shaft Power Ma chines, a very convenient and excellent machine for small farmers, with or wtthout shaners, single and double shovel Ploughs, Horse Rakes, Lever Cutting Boxes, Harrows and Wheelbarrows, made to order. All the above articles constantly on hand, and #o!don reasonable terms. Repairing of all kinds of Machines, whether made here or elsewhere, done on the shortest notice. Castings for all my machines, made at the Foun dry of Shires & Jordan, in Bedford, and will com pare with any made in the State for strength and durability. Blacksmitbing done to order. All my work warranted to give satisfaction. From a past experience of over twenty years in the Machine business, i fee! confident that I can give entire satistaction to all who may favor me with a call. Call and examine my wori before you purchase elsewhere, as 1 am determined to please • 11. Horses, grain of all kinas, lumber and iron, will be ta/en in exchange for work. PETER H. SHIRES, Jane 8, lS6o—6m. Machinist. SPRING FASHIONS.— MRS. S. E. "POTTS has returned from tbe cities, having completed her spring purchases, and is now prepared to offer extra nducements in the way of RICH FANCY GOODS. Her stock consists of some rare styles and latest novelties of the season. SiU-and lace mantillas are composed of the new est styles ot the season. Ctape de paris, dusters, rich siUs, handsome or digan, lawn robes. Flounced summer siUs, dress goods of all XT ELLA SHAW LS. and colored center printed bordered stella, brocha bordered stelia, printed cashmere shawls, chil dren's capes, comprising the lar gest assortment of shawis. straw goods, large stocjf of new stvles of bonnets, straw and siU-, English straw bonnets, braid bonnets, pamella bonnets, fancy straws, six hundred pieces of rich ribbons at 25 cents per yard, purchased at auc tion and can be sold cheap, bonnet ruches bonnet silif, mitts, /-id gloves, hosier)', fane, soap and perfumery, fancy goods of all descriptions, dress trimmings, fiats and hats trimmed and untrimmed. She will be still add ing to her large stocl every *ee4 (luring the summer, new desirable >&d fashionable goods. Mourning dr#ss ;oads and dusters to suit. [june 8, '60.] VEW TOWNSHIP— Notice is hereby given ' >ll concerned, that the undersigned, viewers, ap •cttlbythe Court of Quarter Sessions of Bed f' r °unty, to view and examine the lines and '-adanes of the new township proposed to be erec •J out of parts of the (townships of Londonderry, and Harrison, and to consider and report on propriety of erecting the same, will meet for Purposes of their appointment on Thursday the " #p , •* of July, 1860, at the 'ublic House ofValen f' V. Wertz, i„ Harrison township, at 10 o'- m the foienoon, and continue their examina ,c"j he., itom day to day until completed JAMES BURNS, 1 < JOS. MORTIMORE, J ® O. H. GAITHER, \ 3 COSTS!— .. , Ail persons r'i'l indebted to Ac con" 0f STER > MAN SPEAKER b CARN, by ' j®'Note, are respectfully.yet most earnest cos' *1 !c rTlß ' fe payment, and thus save in tk. ■ Boois, Notes and effects of the firm are ot o "' r C M. * added 'Gtday of August, 1860, cost will be agreed ut * urtikef by special • fan * 1560,-2 m. J)EDFORD FOUNDRY. THE subscribers having purchased the Bedford Foundry of Messrs. Wasbabaugh and Bannon, would most respectfully announce to the citizens of Bed ford and adjoining counties that they are prepared to make and furnish all kinds of CASTINGS for GRIST AND SAW-MILLS, THRESHING MA CHINES, PLOUGHS, APPLE MILLS, COOK ING, TEN PLATE, AND COAL STOVES, SLED AND Sleigh soles, wash kettles, of different sizes, wagon boxes of all sizes, farmers' bells, (a superior arti ele), oven doors, and every thing usually made in a country Foundry. % CTPLOUGHS —WOODCOCK, ' SEYLER, and HILL-SIDE PLOUGHS.—AIso, a new PLUG PLOUGH, to which we call the especial attention of our farmers—a superior article to the old Plug Plough, with two kinds of points, Bhares and land sides to suit all ploughs in general use in this coun ty. Turning and fitting of iron patterns made to order, and all kinds of repairing done at the short est notice and at low prices. All our own work made of the very best material, and warranted to give satisfaction. Farmers and others would do well to call and examine our work before purchasing else where, as we are determined to meet the emer gencies of the times, we will Sell ote for CASH, or country produce. Pig and bar iron, horses and lumber, taken in ex change for work. febJ2s,'6o-ly SHIRES & JORDAN. AUDITOR'S NOTICE.— The undersigned ap pointed by the Orphans' Court of Bedford County, to distribute the fund set apart in the Estate of Abraham Sparks,dec'd for the support of Joseph Disbrow, said Joseph being now dead, and also oth er funds received fey the administrator ot said es tate, will attend to the duties of his appointment on Saturday the 23d day of June, inst., at his office in the Borough of Bedford, at 10 o'clock ol said day when and where all parties interested can attend if t hey see proper. JNO. P. REED, June 8, 1860. Auditor. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford coi/bty, there will be sold, on the premi ses, by public out-cry, the following valuable Real Estate, situate in Monroe township, Bedford co., late the property of Heniy Steckman, dec'd., to wit -• On Tuesday, the 26th day of June, next, at one o'clock of said day, the mansion farm, composed of two tracts of Land, containing 223 acres and 146 perches, nett, adjoining Barnabas Steckman, Philip Riddinger, Swaitzwalder and others, with a log house, stone kitchen, log barn and stable, a good orchard thereon, well watered with running water, a considerable portion cleared and the remainder well timbered. Also, On Wednesday, the 27th, at ten o'clock, same month, one tract of land in same township, containing 168acresand 91 perches, nett, adjoining lands of John Fletcner, Philip Snider and others, with a log house and stable thereon, thirty or forty acres cleaved, remainder timber land. Al so, on the same day at 2 o'clock, in the afternoon, lone other tract of land in same township, contain ing 21 1 acres anil 36 perches, nett, adjoining lauds of Jacob Steckman, Moses Dicken and others, with a i log house, log stsble and threshing floor, spring house and out buildings, 70 or 80 acres cleared, re mainder timber, with several springs of water there' on. TERMS.—One third in band, on confirmation of sale by the Couvt, and the remainder in two equal i annual payments without interest.—Attendance ! will be given on day of sale by VALENTINE STECK MA N, Ad'mr. of Henry Steckman, dec'd. May 25th, 1860. BEST! CHEAPEST!! COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IN THE LAND!!! VV. P. TOTTEN, desires to inform the public that he has just opened a commercial department in the Allegheny Male and Female Seminary. He would respectfulv advise the community that Book keep- j ing, ornamental Penmanship, Card Writing and ev- j eiytbing pertaining |to a commercial education are I now taught in the 'above named Institution. Tui-j tion for single entry and farmer's set $2.50. Pou- j hie entry and Mechanic's Ret, $4.50 per quarter. | with the advantage of all the lectures.—Enter at I anytime.—Diplomas awarded at the completion of j a lull course. June 1, 1860. TOTICE— " All persDns'ihterestpri, arp here by notified that, the freeholders of Bloody Run, have made application, to the court of Quarter Ses sions for Bedlotd county, for a charter of incorpora tion. Said application has been read and filed, a mongst the records of said court, and will be held over for adjudication until August term 1860, when objections will be heard, and a final decree made in the premises. JOSEPH W. TATE, June 1, 1860.-6t. Att'y for Applicants. 1860. NEW GOODS! 1860. THE undersigned have just received their usual supply of SPRLXG & SUMMER GOODS, and would respectfully invite all in search of bargains to call and examine our stock and prices. All kinds of country produce will be received for goods at cash prices. I'ERJVTS :—Six months credit. Prompt settle ments required by cash or note every January. This system has given our customers every sat isfaction ; and sustained by their kind and contin ued patronage, we shall adhere to this rule strictly. May 18. A. B. CRAMER & CO. "piOOR HOUSE NOTICE The Commissioners appointed under an Act of Assembly, passed during last session, being authorized and empowered to make sale of the present Poor House property and to purchase for the use of the County of Bedford, such other real estate in said County, as may, in their opinion, be best calculated to accommodate the poor, erect buildings thereon, &c.,having taken upon themselves the duties of said appointment, will, at an early day otter at Public sale, all the real estate and appurtenances known as the Poor House property ; in the mean time, t hey desire and request all persons who have farms for sale suitable for Poor House purposes, within ten miles of the Borough of Bedford, to notify O. E. Shannon, Esq.. Secretary of the Board, thereof, stating the number of acres, quality of soil, improvements, price per acre, terms, and any other particulars that may be considered necessary ; and thalsa d information be furnished on or before the 18th day of June next, at which time the commissioners will again meet at the Court House in Bedford. JOHN NYCUM, "1 O O. E. SHANNON, | | Fr. JORDAN, ). 3 JOS. B. NOBLE, | 5, lane 1, 1560.-3t. E. STATLER, J 2 PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE, AND TURNPIKE STOCK. In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, there will be sold at public vendue on Saturday the 30tb of June next, at the Court House in Bedford, one House and Lot of ground sit uate in the Borough ol Bedford, adjoining the public square, tbe Presbyterian Church and property of M3j. Tate, the property of Sophia Mot nson, dec'd. ALSO—At the same time and place, all the right title and interest of Joseph S. Morrison, dec'd., in a lot of ground three miles west ot Bedford, on the Turnpike road, on which tbe toll house 4-c.,is erec ted. ALSO—I 2 shares ot stock in tbe Stoystown & Bedford Turnpike Road Co., and ten shares in the Chambersburg Sc Bedford Turnpike Road Co TERMS—Made known on day of sale. JOB MANN, June 1, 1860. Administrator. \ LL kinds of pioduee taken in exchange for /X tjeods, at Sboeiqaltor't Stor"No 1. Anderson'* Row. Upnl 6th, 1560.1 PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 1.. LADOMCS. N. KULON. i|m T ATCHES AND JEWELRY. " LEWIS LADOMUS& CO. Xo. 802 CHESTXUT STREET PHIL'A. (FIRST DOOR ABOVE EIGHTH STREET,) Would most respectfully ask the attention of Citi zens and Strangers to their Large, Cheap, and well selected Stock of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WAKE, CONSISTING IN PART OF Gold Hunting Lever Watches, full jeweled, 18 carat case, S4O 00 Gold Lever Watches, open face, 101 l jewel'd 18 carat case, 0 30 00 Gold Lepine Watches, open lace, full jew elled, 18 carat case, 22 00 Silver Lever Watches, Hunting case, full jewelled, 18 00 Silver Lever watches, open lace, lull jewel ed, 14 00 Silver Lepine Watches, Hunting case, 14 00 Silver Lepine Watches, open face, 9 00 Gold Guard Chains, 12 00 Gold Vest and Fob Chains, 10 00 Gold Pen Holder with Pen and Pencil, 4 00 Goid Pencils, 1 50 Gold Pens with Silver Holders, 1 00 Silver Table Spoons, per set, 14 00 Silver Tea Spoons, 6 00 Gold Thimbles. 3 00 With a large assortment of Silver, Table and Tea Forks i Dessert, Mustard and Salt Spoons ; Pie, Cake, and Ice Cream knives ; Sugar Spoons; Pre serve Spoons ; Pickle Knives and Forks, etc. Ql7"Also, constantly on hand, a magnificent as sortment of Jewelry, consisting in part of Bracelets, Breastpins, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Miniature cases lor I. 2, 4, and 6 likenesses ; Gold Crosses, Chil dren's armlets, and every thing iu the Jewelry line, of the lattst and most approved patterns. Gold and silver Thimbles : Wedding Rings at all prices. Ladies' Chatelaines, Gold Watch keys and Seals ; Studs and Sleeve Buttons; Opera Glasses. Always on hand, a splendid assortment of Diamond Jewelry. Also, Diamonds mounted in the most beautiful manner, equal to any work in the United States, at mod-rate prices. Silver plated Tea Sets, Silver plated Knives and Forks—beautiful goods, and look equal to Silver. CALIFORNIA GOLD BOUGHT OR MADE UP TO ORDER. D7"AI! descriptions of Hair Jewelry, such as Breastpins, Ear Rings, {Bracelets, Chains, Charms, made to order in the most beautiful style. Old Watches and Jewelry taken in exchange We can send by mail, with perfect safety, Watch es or Jewelry to any part of the United States. All orders must be accompanied with the Cash. No goods sent unless the money is first received. Call or address LEWIS LADOMUS & CO., 802 Chestnut Street, Phil'a- May 18,'60.-6 ms. LOOKING GLASSES, ~ ENGRAVINGS. PICTURE FRAMES, OIL PAINTINGS, The most exteusive and elegant assortment at the very lowest rates.—Glasses in store of every de scription. Mahogany framed Glasses, tor country sales. Print and Portrait frames, Window Cornices, Gilt Mouldings, etc. Estimates for furnishing Glasses to fill every spare, by mail on application. F.ng ravings for Grecian and Antique Paintings.— Catalogues gratis. J AS. S. E A RLE & SON, 816 Chestnut St., Pliii'a. May 18,'60.-1 yr. JE. GOULD, • J\ r o. 632 Chestnut St., cor. of Seventh, PHI LADELPHIJi. PIANOS AN D MELODEONS. raven, bacon & co's., hallet, davis St co's., nunn's if clabk's, and a. h. galk & co's. MASON & HAMLIN'S, AND PRINCF. &CO'S. MELODEONS& HARMONIUMS. Pianos and Melodeons to Rent. Second-hanu Pianos. May J 8, '60.-I yr. WILLIAM RAIGL'EL, JAMES M. WHITBY, SAMUEL MOOKK, EDWABI) A ADAMS, WILLIAM G. SKILI.MAN, HENRY P. ATKINSON. W> AIGUEL, MOORE & CO., • LATE, r.AIGUEL AND C>., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, A'os. 220 St 222 A"orth Thir l St., above Race, West side, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'60.-1 yr. JOHN O. JAMES, ISAAC WELSH, H. G. STERLING, WM. C. KENT, G. A. SMITH, 11. D. WELSH, CHARLES SANTEE, SAMUEL WHITE, J. TOMI.I.NSON. JAMES, KENT, SANTEE & CO., ** IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS, 239 & 241 NORTH THIRD STREET, ABOVE RACE, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'60.-1 yr. | P. HUBE ft, • (SUCCESSOR TO J. SORVER,) —WHOLESALE DEALER IN— TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS, JVo 8 Aorih Fifth St., above Market, Phi Pa. Also. Manufacturer and Importer of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SEGARS. May 18, 1860.—1 yr. MARTHA T. MARTIN, C. IT. HAMRICK, J. A. L. MORREL, GEO. R. PEDDLE, S- R. MARTIN. I? A. BAKER, • WITH MARTINS, PEDDLE, HAMRICK & CO. —IMPORTERS OF— HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS, JVo. 30, JV 'orth Fourth St., PhiTa. May 18.'60.-1 yr. rjIHE WORLD'S GREAT EXHIBITION -®- PRIZE MEDAL, awarded toC. MEYER for bis two PIANOS, London, October 15, 1851. C. MEYER respectfully inform'! his friends and the public generally, that he has constantly on hand PIANOS, equal to those for which he received the Prize Medal in Londou, in 1851. All orders promptly attended to, "and great care taken in the selection and packing the same. He has received, during the last fifteen years, more Afedals than any other t maker, from the Frank lin institute—also. First Premiums in Boston, New York and Baltimore. Warerooms. No. 772 ARCHS'reet, below Eighth, South side, PHILADELPHIA May IS,' 1560.-1 yr. MEN'S tod Boys' weariofall kinds,just received and for sale cheap, at Shoemakers' Store. Noa Anderson'e Hew. (aprii 6th, 1860.] | PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS. A GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN PIANOS. GEORGE VOGT takes tfce opportunity of inform ing his friends and the public generally, that he has removed his Piano Warerooms from No. 628 Arch Street, to No. 516 Arch Street, where he will keep constantly on hand a large assortment of nhis lately patented PIANOS, which'have-been pronoun ced by the best judges as far superior to all other Pianos in the sweetness and purity of their tone and construction, heretofore manufactured in the United States and England. May 18,' 60.-6 mo. 4 IRANVILLE STOKES' - ** GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, ONE PRICE AND NO ABATEMENT. NO. 607 CHESTNUT STREET. GRANVILLE STOKES would return thanks to the public for their appreciation of his efforts to please, and their liberal patronage. In order to keep up this kindly feeling, he has | yielded to the solicitations of many of his friends and inaugurated a new system, of Gifts with each Garment sold. To his choice selection of fine Fab j ncs, and made-up Clothing, he invites the scrutiny lof the public, as well as to his new mode of doing busiuay. Each article is warranted to be, in Fab- I' rk\, Styft; and Make, equal to any gotten up in the City, and one price, (lower than the lowest,) marked on the Ticket. Each article sold, or measured for, is accompa nied by a Gift, varying in value from $l to SIOO. N. B.—None but the most skillful Designers, Cutters and Workmen employed; and satisfaction in Fit, Fashion. Fabric, Price and Gift, guaranteed at GRANVILLE STOKES' ONE PRUE GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, NO. GO7 CHESTNUT STREET. May 18,'60.-6 ms. < P. PER RY7 PHILADELPHIA, Manufactures ACCOUNT BOOKS of the best qual ity. Bankers and Merchants can have their Books ruled and bound in any style. C7*Premium awarded by the Franklin Institute. f 1 P. PERRY, V.. i S. W. Corner, Fourth and Race streets. Phil adelphia, supplies every article in the BOOK orSl ATIONERY line, at low prices. Hav ing superior facilities as a manufacturer, he is enabled to supply goods very low, and make very fair profit. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 1 COLLECT TOGETHER V_! All your "Old Books" and Magazines ; take them to PERRY'S Book Binderies, Fourth and Race, where you can have them bound good and handsomely at a low price. May 18,'60.-6 ms. J J FRANK. JACKSON, " PRINTER AND STATIONER, 439 CHESTM'T STREET, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'66.-1 >r. jgUMMER TRADE NOTICE. BUNN, RAIGUEL &. CO., No. 137 North Third Street, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF FANCY DRY GOODS, Invite the attention of Purchasers to their extensive Stock of fancy Dry Goods, Silks, Embroideries, Cloths,Cassimeres £c. Mav 3ft, &. CU. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, AND PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MAN UFACTORY, No. 706 CHESTNUT Street, Above Seventh,opposite the Washington House, Fine Shirts and Drawers made from measurement a' a few days notice and in all cases Warranted to fit. Formula for measurement lurnished on ap plication bv mail. LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLE SALE BUYERS. May 18,C>0.-1 yr. |* BANCROFT ST CO., IMPORTERS Si WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH FANCY GOODS, No. 330 Market Street, Philadelphia. May 18,'60.-1 yr. SALE, ORTRADE, A tract ot land in St. Clair tp., containing 93 acres, or thereabouts, about 05 acres cleared, with a two story log dwelling house, tenant-house and two log stables thereon erected ; also, an apple or chard thereon, adjoining lands of Wm. Keefe, Jacob Semlerand others ; formerly the property of George Kimberlin. —ALSO— A farm containing 225 acres, in Harman's Bottom 2j> miles from Buena Vista on one side, and 2J miles liom the turnpike on the other. The soil is Ridge gravel and in a good state of cultivation, about one ball cleared and balance well timbered. There is a never-failing stream of water ou the premises ; also several constant springs. The propeity is well cal culated for a division into two larms. There is a long diaugbt for tneadow, The improvements are a Double Log House, a large new Bank Barn and a very large oicherd of choice fruit. Buyers and deal ers from Somerset and the adjacent country furnish a demand at all times on the premises for produce.— It adjoins Lewis N, Fyan's Mill ploperty. - ALSO— a Farm of 166 acres, about 100 cleared, with Double Log House, New Bank Barn, and two good orchards thereon, lying on the Juniata River, two miles from Stonerstown, and half a mile from the rail road. This farm is composed ofa good quality of river bottom land. 30 or 40 acres of which can be put into good meadow. The whole rs now in a good state of cultivation. —ALSO— A farm of 118 acres of limestone land in Liberty Township near Stonerstown, known as the "John Stolei property," adjoining lands of 'Squire Kensin ger, Stoler and others. The improvements are a Log House, Log Barn &c. There is good water on the premises, also an orchard of good fruit. —ALSO— A Brick House (two story) and two lots of ground in Bedford. —ALSO— A new two-story Rough-cast House and two lots of ground in Broadtop city. - ALSO— -160 acres of the best quality of land in Harrison county, Jowa. near the Missouri, and close to the countv seat. —ALSO- A Lot of ground in Omaha city, Nebraska. —ALSO— -100 acres of land, in Southampton Township, Bed ford county, lately owned by Wm. Lasbler. —ALSO— A Lot ot ground fronting on Main street, in the Borough of Bedford. TERMS to suit buyers. O. E. SHANNON, Jan 27, 1860 Badford, Pa ANTED—SOOO lbs. of bacon, at Shoemakers' \ > Store for which the highest market price will be paid in atorc goods, [may H,'60.1 HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. IT is a fact that, at some period, every mem ber of the human family is subject to disease or disturbance of the bodily functions; but. , with the aid of a good tonic and the exercise of plain common sense, they may be able so to regulate the system as to secure permanent health. In order to accomplish this desired object, the true coarse te pursue is certainly that which will produce a natural state of things at the least hazard of vital strength and life. For this purpose, Dr. Hostetter has in troduced to this country a preparation bearing his name, which is not a new medicine, but one that has been tried for years, giving satisfac tion to all who have used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels, and liver, restoring them to a healthy and vigorous action, and thus, by the simple pro cess of strengthening nature, enable the sys tem to triumph over disease. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, or any Bilious Complaints, arising from a morbid inaction of the Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps, Dysentery, Colic, Cholera Morbus, &c., these Bitters have no equal. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so generally con tracted by new settlers, and caused principally by the change of water and diet, will be speedily regulated by a brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia, a disease which is probably more prevalent, in all its various forms, than any other, and the cause of which may always be attributed to derangements of the digestive organs, can be cured without fail by using HOSTETTER 8 STOMACH BITTERS, as per directions on the bottle. For this disease every physician will recommend Bitters of some kind; then why not use an article known to be infal lible ? All nations have their Bitters, as a pre ventive of disease and strengthener of the sys tern in general; and among them all there is not to l>e found a more healthy people than the Germans, from Thou this preparation ema nated, based upon scientific experiments which have tended to prove the value of this great preparation in the scale of medical science. FEVER AND AOCE. —This trvin? and provok ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on the body of man, reducing him to a mere sha dow in a short time, aad rendering him phy sically and mentally useless, can be driven from the body by the use of HOSTETTER'S RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, none of the above-stated diseases can be contracted, even in exposed situations, if the Bitters are used as per directions. Aud as they neither create nausea nor offend the palate, and render un necessary any change of diet or interruption of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep and healthy digestion, the complaint is re moved as speedily as is consistent with the pro duction of a thorough and permanent cure, For Person* in Advanced Years, who are suffering from an enfeebled constitution and infirm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a restorative of strength and vigor, and need only be tried to be appreciated. And to a mother while nursing there Bitters are indis pensable, especially where the mother's nour ishment is inadequate to the demands of the child, consequently her strength must yield, and here it is where a good tonic, such as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart temporary strength and vigor to the system. Ladies should by all means try this remedy for all cases of debility, and, before so doing, should ask their physician, who, if he is acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters, will recommend their use in all cases of weakness. CAUTION. —We caution the public against using any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask for HosTr.rrea's CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS, and see that each bottle has the words "Dr. J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters" blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped on the metallic cap covering the cork, and obeerve that our autograph signature is on the label. - Prepared and sold by HOSTETTER & SMITH. Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers generally throughout the United States, Canada, South America, and Germany. Agents for Bedford County : B. F. H irry, F. C Ramer, Bedford ; John F. Lowry .Hopewell ;E. B. Rmsv, Bloody Run ; John Nycum, Fairview. Oct. 14, 1859. \\TATER STREET H WOOLEN FACTORY. The undersigned have commenced business at the above eslablis hment, formerly known as Fluck's Factory, and recently carried on by Robert Ralston, Esq., in South VVoociberry tp. They are prepared to manufacture, in the best manner, WOOLEN GOODS, SATINETTS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, COVERLETS, Tarn, Carpets, Ac. One ot the firm is a practical woikman oi considerable experience, and the meu employed are skilful iu their business. The undersigned, therefore, hope to merit and re ceive a liberal .'bare of The pationage of the public. Country Carding and Fulling will be attended to at all times : for this part of the business the terms will be cash on delivery of the work. Price of car ding, 6J centsper pound. Wool wanted.—A large quantity of wool will be wanted, for which goods will be exchanged on fa vorable terms, or a fair price will be paid in cash. For further particulars, address the undersigned, Pattonsville P. 0., Bedford county, Pa. J. 1. NOBLE Jr CO. April 24th, '6O. ]lf E N GEL HOUS E, 11M JULIANA STREET, BEDFORD, PA. THE subscriber, having renovated and refurnished this old established House, is now prepared to re ceive guests. He invites his friends and the travel ing public to give bim a call. Having new furni ture, new beds, and everything necessary to render hearty cheer to those in want of a temporary borne, be flatters himself that those who stay with him, will find themselves at the right place. He is fully prepared to receive visitors to the Springs, and all having business with the courts or otherwise. Ample stabling and carnage bouse is attached to the Hotel. Boarders will be received on favorable terms. ISAAC MENGEL, JR. Bedford, April 20, 1860. M|A G N I F I CENT ENGRAVING OF T'l CIIR STOPHER COLUMBUS and his Crew. This Beautiful Engraving was designed by Ru bens, one of tbe most celebrated that evei lived; the cost of the original design and plate be ing over SBOOO, size 22 by 29 inches. The Philadelphia Dtxily News says, "the mere nominal sum asked for tbe engraving, is a sufficient inducement for persons to purchase, without the ad ditional Gift." SCHEDULE OF GIFTS To be given to the purchasers. For full particulars send for a Bill. 1 Cash, $5,000 5 Cash, S3OO 1 Cash, 3 000 10 Cash, 3f)o 1 Cash, \ 2,000 10 Cash, 250 1 Cash, 1,500 10 Cash, 200 1 Cash, 1,000 10 Cash, 100 1 Cash, 500 10 Cash, 50 1 Cash, 500 1000 Cash. 5000 4 Cash. 300 2000 £ash, 5000 Together with a great variety of other valuable Gifts, varying in value from 50 cts to $25. Any person enclosing in a letter $1 and five 3 ceut Postage Stamps (to pay for postage and Roller) shall receive, by return of mail, the magnificent Engraving of Christopher Columbus, (and one ol these valuable Gifts as per Bill.) Address all orders for Bills or Engravings to P. S. HERLINE&LO., May 25,'60. Box 1812, Phil'a., Pa. MTOTJCE TO~liC HELLSBURG SPORTS MEN.—You are hereby requested to keep off ray premises in fishing, hunting, Ac. The dam ges which 1 have sustained by intruding upon my fields, throwing down fences, tramping down gram Ac-; are enough. I will be obliged to bring actions of trespass against anyone hereafter who disregards this notice. May 25,'60. CHAS. W. COL YIN. MARK THESE FACTS! THE TESTIMONY OF THE WHOLE WORLS Ilolloway's Ointment w XX Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Sorts and Ulcers. All description of sores are remediable by th proper and diligent use of this inestimable prepara tion. lo attempt to care bad Idgs by plastering the edges of the wound together is a lolly ; for should the skin unite, a boggy diseased condttion remains Underneath to break out With tenfold fury in a few days. The only rational and successful treatment, | as indicated by nature, is to reduce the inftamma j tion in and about the wound, and to soothe the ' neighboring parts by rubbing in plenty of the Oint ment, as salt is forced into meat. Diptheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat, and Scarlet and other Fevers. Any of the cbove diseases |may bejcuretjby well rubbing the Ointment three times a day into tbc chest, throat and neck of the patient; it will soon penetrate, and give immediate relief. Medicine ta ken by the mouth must operate upon the whole system ere its influence can be felt in any Jocai part whereas the Ointment will do its work at once.— whoever tries the nngeunt in the above manner, fo the diseases named, or any similar disorders affec ting the chest and throat, will find themselves re lieved as by a charm. Piles, Fistulas, Strictures. ! The above class of complaints will be removed j by nightly fomenting the parts with warm water, arid then most effectually rubbing in the Ointment. | Persons suffering from these direful complaints | lose not a moment in arresting their progress. It • should be understood that it is not sufficient roere- I ly to smear the Ointment on the affected parts, but | it must be well rubbed in for some considerable time two or three times a day, that it may be ta j ken into the system, whence it will remove any hiddea sore or wound as effectually as though pal pable to the eye. There {again bread and water poultices, aftei the rubbing in of the Ointment, will do great service. This is the only sure treatment for females, cases of cancer in tbe-stomach, or where there may be a general bearing down. Indiscretions of Youth ; —Sores and Ulcers. Blotches, as also swelling?, can, with certain-- be radically cured if the Ointment be used freely and the Pills be taken night and morning as iccom mended in the printed instructions. When treated in any other way they only dry up in one place to break out in .mother ; whereas ibis Ointment will remove the humour from the system, and leave the patient a vigorous and healthy being. It will re quire time with the use of the Pills to ensure a las ting cure. Dropsical Swellings, Paralysis and Stiff Joints. Although the above complaints differ widely in their origin and nature, yet they all require local treatment. Many of the worst cases, of sueh dis eases, will yield in comparatively short space of time, when this Ointment is diligently robbed into the parts affected, even after every other means have tailed. In all serious maladies the Pills should be taken according to the printed directions accom panying each box. Both the Ointments and Pills should he used in the following cases : Bad Legs, Fistulas, Bad Breasts, Gout, Burns, Glandular Swellings, Bunions, Lumbago, Bites of Mosehetoes and Rheumatism, Sand-Flies, SeaWa,' ' Coco-bay, Sore Nipples, Cbiego-loot, "SwrS^Throats, Chilblains, Skin Diseases, Chapped Hands, | Scurvy, Corns (Soft) j Sore-beads Cancers, Tumors, ! Contracted and Stiff j Ulcers, Joints, i Wounds, Elephantiasis, ' Yaws. KF"CAt*TIO!¥ !— None genuine unless the words "HOLLOWAY, NEW YORK AND LONDON,'' are discernible as a Water-mar'c in every leaf of the book of directions around each pot or bor ; the same may be plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one ren dering such information as may lead to the detec tion of any party or parties counterfeiting the med icines or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious. " # *Soid at the Manufactory of Professor HOLLO WAY, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respec table Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, througbs out the civilized world, in boxes at 25 cents, 62 ct and $1 each. K7"There is considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to each box. Nov. 18, 1859. G. R. OSTER SAMUEL CARN OSTER & CARN. Cheap-side, Bedford, Pa. WE have the pleasure to announce to our friends, and customers, that we are now receiving an im mense stock of New and Cheap SPRING AND SIMMER GOODS, comprising medium styles, gay and plain DRESS GOODS, in part, silk foulards, poil de chevres, mo hair plaids, ristoria cloth, poplins, lustres, biilliant* challie de lains, pongees, chintzes, lawn 3, lavellas, de lains at 10, 12, 15. 18 and 25 cts, piles of Mus lins by the piece and yard at 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 cts, pantaloon stuffs in great variety at 10, 12, 15, 18, and 25 cts, cloths, cassimeres and tweeds, cassinetts and jeans all colors, silk, satin and mat seilies vestings, cottonades, linen ducks and drillings gents' new styles, shirts, collars, stocks, neck ties, hosiery, gloves, handkerchiefs, &c.. Marseilles and iinen shirt fronts, fine shirt fronts at 12$ warran ted not ail linen. HATS AND CAPS, jj^ For the million , from 10 cents up, bonnets, bloomers and shakers, ribbons, ruches and flowers, very cheap, BOOTS AND SHOES. Cheup as the cheapest. Glass, china and queens ware. Fresh supply of GROCERIES, superior green and black teas, prime Kio, La Guayra and Ceara coffee. Nice brown sugar at 8, 9 and 10 cts, baking molas ses at 10 and 12 cts. per quart, best golden syrup at 18 and 20 cts per qnait, Baker's cocoa, corn starch, extracts and spices of alt kinds. We invite ever/ person to call and see. No trouble to show goods. _ l Prompt settlement by cash, produce ILKMS. o( . note ever y January. April 27. 1860. FARMERS ! !L AT HARTLEY'S / HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENT / j Store'and see the BEST GRAIN DRILL I invented. It will recommend itself, and is WAR- Iy RANTED in Ml. A good grain drill and f good Mower Will soon pay for themselves^ — | / Come, wake up! and try these machines.— ;| IF NOT GOOD THE* WILL COST IYOU ' J NOTHING. [may 25, 1860.] "I F you want cheap Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes J Cail at Shoemakers' Cheap Stor, in Row. ;apnl 6th, 1860.]

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