Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, June 8, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated June 8, 1860 Page 4
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$2.50. $2.50. Pure Pearl Snow White Lead. On ly $2.50 per keg or 25 lbs. PAINT AND OIL PAINT AND OIL VARNISH. VARNISH. OHIO FIRE PROOF PAINT. : OHIO FIRE PROOF PAINT. | PAINT, ALL COLORS. PAINT, ALL COLORS. i i BRUSHES, j BRUSHES, AT HARTLEY'S. AT HARTLEY'S. Hardware of all kinds. All articles Warranted as represented. Fair profits ask ed. but will not be undersold bv any one. TERMS, AS AGREED UPON. CASH BUYERS ALWAYS FAVORED. ; Try Hartley before you send off for your Hard ware, Iron, Nails or Paints. (April 6, 1860.) SIMON LTSHAFER. ADAM FERGUSON. EVERY DAY BRINGS SOMETHING NEW \ ANOTHER NEW FIRM ! ! FERGUSON & SHAFER, at the former stand of Ferguson & Manspeaker, are now ready to wait on old customers as well as new. They expect to sell very low for cash and produce, or to thosewho will foot up every six months. Their DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, And all other goods usually kept in stores, have been carefully selected, and bought at prices ena bling them to sell at reduced rates. Their SHOE DEPARTMENT, contains every variety of shoes and boots for men, women and children. They invite a fair share of the public patronage from their friends and the public, and particularly solicit the trade of their country friends, expecting to deal fairly with them and all others at ONE PRICE for every body. [April 27,'60.] OTITTOTHELADIEST > OSTER&CARN, CHEAP-SIDE, Have just received a large and very superior as sortment of D. R. King if Co's city made, ladies' misses' and children's fine French lasting Congress . Gaiters, English Kid, Tampico, Morocco and Goat lace boots, buskins, slippers and ties, with and with out heels. Ladies Will find it to their interest to call aud examine our stock before purchasing, ilfay 18, 1860.-2 mo. TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. Iw Proposals will be received at the bouse of John S. Ritchey, ! Esq., in Bedford tp.. on Tuesday, the 12th day of June next, at 9 o'clock, A. M., of said day, for /he ! erection of a new Bridge over Dunning's Creek, at j or near Ritchey's Mill, insaid township. Plan and ! specifications will be exhibited on the ground. By order otjthe Commissioners, Commissioner's Of- ( H. NICODF.MUS, rice, May 25th, IS6O. $ Clerk. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters (f Administration upon the Estate of Jacob Himsh, late of East Providence tp., dec'd., having been granted to the undersigned by the Register of Bed ford county, all persons knowing themselves in debted to said estate are requested to make imme diate payment, and those having claims are hereby request to present them, properly authenticated for settlement, without delay. HENRY HINISH, , . . c . DAVID FORD, \ Adm rS June 1, 1860.-6t. IHEA PC oats, Pants arTd Vests, just received aud ) for sale cheap at Shoemakers' Cheap Store. KfwYl lbs of A'ool wanted at Shoemakers' Stote, OUvAJ lor which the highest market price will be paid. [may 11,'60.] REASURER'S SALE OF UNSEATED LANDS. Agreeably to the provisions of an act of As sembly, directing the mode oi selling unseated lands for taxes, and for other purposes, passed the 13tb of March 1815, and the supplement, thereto, passed the 13th day of March 1817, and 25th of March 1831, and the 9th day of March 1847. The Treas urer ot the county of Bedford hereby gives notice to all persons concerned therein, that unless the County, State, School and Road taxes due on the following tracts of unseated lands—situated in Bed ford County, are paid before the day of Sale—the whole, or such part of each tract, as will will pay the taxes, and the costs chargeable thereon, will be sold at the Court House, in the Borough of Bedford, County ot Bedford, on the second Monday of June next, for the arreaiages of taxes due, and the costs accrued thereon, and said [sale will be continued from day today until all are disposed of. WM. SCHAFER, Treasurer. Warrantees or owners. No. Acres. Dolls. Cts. Broad Top Township. 150 James Entriken 10 28 g do 98 75 William Gray 1 23 380 Francis Mowing 93 18 454 if 136p Samuel Kerr 20 57 422 fc 30p Bamet Mowing 27 26 466 John Stone 24 25 465$ Isaac Kerr 24 15 440* John Razon 6 15 390 John Belt 12 12 63 Jacob Meyers 3 72 75 John Devereaux (Duniap Tiact) 10 10 403 John Boleman 19 45 30 Lewis T. Watson 1 54 427 Mary Montgomery 4 22 421 John Montgomery 4 73 339 Stevens & Co in right of Sbreeves 23 39 287 E. Poster & W. P. Schell 6 75 25 James Figard 61 60 William Figard 4 38 25 John King's Heirs 55 393 Sc 197p James Patton & H. F.aston 53 Colerain Township. 414 Michael Roof 1 24 410 Agnes Roof 1 20 400 Jacob Whetstone 1 20 340J Jacob Wiland 50 111 Andrew Kihock 64 600 Samuel Williams 2 24 45 Will.am Smith 1 46 427 Arthur Brown 64 Cumberland Valley Township. 106 117p Wm. M. Hall 16 400 Dr. James Smith 2 94 Harrison Township. 163 Nicholas Knight 24 900 William Lyon 3 10 75 Andrew P. Miller 1 72 Hopewell Township. 200 Jobn Corby 1 20 413 John Kerr 4 76 150 James Howard 88 404 Richard Moan 68 420 John Cheney 72 404 Joseph Moan 68 4094 Samuel Moan * 6s 424 & 35p Alexander Moan 58 2061 Jobn Mclloey is 196 it 50 Zachariah Moan 21 192 Timothy Moan 27 200 & 54p Israel Moan 28 222 Elizabeth Piper 60 212 if 20p John Boyd 34 214 If 65p William Davis 32 216 60$p Isabella Davis 58 220$ William Piper 62 238 Jobn Hardin 66 221 Ignatius Hardin 62 434 (t J2sp James Wilson 72 184& 40p David Piper 32 99 Richard Clark 28 425 George F. Albert 1 20 213 Joseph Lancaster 60 240 Thomas Taylor 20 402 & 37p Stephen Moan 68 440* Shaw Tract, Oakman Lands 1 24 239* James Mcllney, Forge property 22 00 D Puteroaugh's Heirs 14 400 Isaac Cavan 72 Londonderry Township. 453 Joseph Gardner 1 36 150 John Saddler 1 S0 Liberty Township. 2CO Mary Gordon 7 95 200 James Gordon 4 36 400 Thomas Jones 11 95 150$ Stephen Kerr 3 40 165 Edwprd Langly 7 20 200 Jacob Miller 6 00 200 Elizabeth Miller 6 200 Mary Piper 3 98 200 Amelia Piper 7 98 00 Abel Put 1 20 400 Edward Stone 7 48 400 John Tomm 1° 73 374 81p Hannah Alberti 340 448 Marian Alberti 3 00 403 Alexander Montgomery 5 15 4(>3 William Montgomery 88 100 George B. Kay 3 16 3 Lots William P. Schell 2 75 200 John Razor 2 56 200 Francis Means 2 56 150 Stephen Kerr 1 90 09 Manor Tract 1 38 200 Milligan & Benedict 2 58 40 Peter Bowser 54 5 George Thompson 12 Monroe Township. 25 Joseph McDaniel 56 Napier. 200 Abner Rodgers 60 Providence East. 1219 Samuel Tate s Heir's 44 900 do do do 44 800 do do do 44 2241 do do do 28 113$ G. W. Barton 32 105 4r 95p Mahlon Barton 32 136 &c 109p David Smith 32 95 & 55p Joshua Hixon 30 401 Ac 40p James Cavan 1 20 400 Isaac Cavan 1 20 210 George Deweese 90 17 J. Spark's Heirs or F. Gibs 16 61 L. A.Carpenter 22 Providence West. 100 Daniel Richey 18 40 David Roller 14 15 Joseph McDaniel 36 106 Peter Morgert G8 St. Clair Township. 1 Lots Jacob Ink's Heirs 4S 204 David Mcßobert 1 20 477 James Ross 1 20 411 William Snively 1 20 Southampton. 200 James Riggs 60 435 Henry Whetstone 1 32 433$ William Buck 1 20 Union Township. 50 Christopher Snyder 43 100 Widow Croyle 2 50 439.j James Seawright 12 66 60 Brumbaugh it Co. 1 39 50 Cowples Brush 86 439 John Martin 10 32 60 Bowser 1 17 90 Boyer 1 68 200 Langam 1 68 150 William Langam 2 80 150 Bowser Brush 1 78 Woodberrv South. 19 * William Fluke 16 19 Fluke's Heirs 32 222 Elizabeth Piper 67 216 & 60p Isabella Davis 24 64 & lOOp John S. Hetrick 28 Woodberry Middle. 100 Adjoining Heffley's Heirs. 5 50 117 Daniel Montgomery 10 20 180 Daniel Montgomery 4 -IS 170 Margaret Croft 1 70 22 Kensinger's Heirs 1 00 20 Frank Nicodemus 75 16 George Nicodemus 70 173 Mcllnay 7 97 62 John McFadden 6 15 50 John Nicodemus 1 87 52 John Smith, Jr. 1 77 46 Benner's Heirs 1 87 i 40 Stonerook 2 50 403 Wm. Montgomery 5 00 150 Robert Montgomery 1 03 13 Jacob Furrey 6-4 20 Renbart Replogle 1 05 1 13 John Teeter 64 I 12 ; 50 Robert Montgomery I 20 j Match 30th, '6O. ! THHE CHAMPION BELT A AWARDED TO J- REED & CO FOR SELLING THh CHEAPEST ASD BES T GOODS ' The undersigned would inform their friends and customers, that they have just received from the Eastern cities, a large and well selected stock of SPRING JIND SUMMER GOODS, which they are determined to sell at the lowest "living" prices. All kinds of summer wear, from the finest to the commonest, ladies' dress goods of every description, fancy goods, and everything usu ally kept in dry goods stores (and, perhaps, some thing besides) groceries, queensware, &c , &c., can now be found at their store in every variety and assortment. THEIR SHOE DEPARTMENT is well supplied with the best stock that can be ob tained. For style as well as durability, they can not be surpassed in this line. TERMS : Cheap for cash, or approved country produce, or six months credit to punctual dealers Give us a call, and you shall be waited upon with pleasure. J. REED 4- CO. May -Ith,'6o. COURT SALE. By Virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court ol Bedford County, the undersigned will sell at public Sale, on the premises, on Tuesday the 12th day of June next, all that tract of land sita ate in Juniata Township, Bedford County, con taining 50 acres, more or less, with a log house and frame kitchen attached, thereon erected, also a log barn, about fifty acres cleared ; being a portion of the real estate of Conrad Greger, late deceased, and adjoining the mansion tract, land of Joseph Boyers, and others. This property is well situated in a pleasant neighborhood in the vicinity of Buena Vista. Terms: One third of the purchase money to be secured in the property for the use of the widow during her lifetime, and at her death the principal to the heirs. One third of the remainder to be paid at the confirmation ot the sale ; and the remainder in two equal annual payments thereafter. The whole to be secured by judgments on the property- Sale to begin at 10o'clock A- M* on said day. JOHN GARBER- May 11th, 1860.—1t- One of the Guardians. SaJRVEST ! HARVESTT!~ MANNY & WOOD'S Great Combined Reaper and Mower with or with out the self-raking attachment. WOOD'S MEADOW QUEEN MOWER, Only §9O, warranted to cut lodged clover and all other kinds or grass. Sold only upon the principle of "no good, no keep." No money asked till the machine is tried and gives satisfaction according to representation. All wanting the above must order early, or 1 will not be able to get them in time. Call and see. WM. HARTLEY. Ag't ior all kinds of May 15,'60. Farm Machinerv. (BCYTH ES! SCYTHES*! SCYTHES!~ GREENCASTLE GRAIN CRADLES ! The largest and best assortment of Scythes and snaths ever brought ?o Bedford. The celebrated imported English Gr'.ffiri, Waldron, Clipper, Blacksnake, Sil ver Steel, Newton Darling, and other makers. Call at Hartley's Hardware <s■ Farm Implement store, and see for yourselves. [may 18, 1850.] CARPETS and Carpet Chain, for sale cheap, at Shoemakers', (april 6th, 1860.] (1 ROCF.RIES, a large assortment ol all kind* of T Grocenesfor sale cheap at Sboemaker'Store Bedford Hotel. AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE. The subscriber respectfully begs leave to an nounce to his old friends and the public gener ally, that he has leased the Bedford Hotel, a present in the occupancy of Col. Adam Barn hart, and will take possession on the Ist day oi April next. It is not his des go to make many professions as to what he will do, but he pledges his word that his most energetic efforts will be employed to render comfortable all who give him a call. The House will be handsomely fitted up, and none but careful and attentive servants will be engaged. Persons visiting the Bedford Springs, as well as those attending Court, and the travelling community general ly, are respectfully invited to give him a call and judge for themselves. taken by the week, month, or year, on favorable terms. (EP'Ample and comfortable stabling is at tached to this Hotel, which will always be at tended by a careful hostler. Also, a safe and convenient carriage house. QT"Jlll the STJJGES stop at this Hotel. JOHN HAFER. March 16, 1855. , "N OOH NE WS ! <JT THE TRAIN HAS ARRIVED ! J. M. SHOEMAKER & CO., have received a very LARGE, WELL SELECTED AND CHEAP stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which they are determined to sell cheap ; consist ng, in part, of Black and Fancy Silks, Bombazines, Delaines, Shawls, Calicoes, Flannels, Ginghams, Muslins, White Goods, &c. ALSO, Men's Wear of all descriptions, such as Cloths, Cassimeres, Satin wetts, Teeds, Jeans, Cord Drillings, Clothing, &c. ' ?|| BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS. 1 A very large assortment of La ides' and Gents' Boots and Shoe =, all prices, sizes and qualities ; and Hats and Caps to suit all. I39ALSO, A large assortment of Queensware, and Cardware, Single and Double Carpet chain, Fleece Hotton, Carpets, See. GROCERIES! This department is supplied with the very choi cest articles that can be nad in the market, and as cheap as can be had anywhere , consisting in part, of prime Rio Coffee, Sugar, all kinds and prices, Syrup and Molasses, Black and Green Teas, Spices, Rice, Tobacco, Segars, Corn-starch, Dye-stuffs, i Cocoa, Starch. Cheese, Ginger, Candles, Mustard, Paints and Oils, Turpentine, Fish, 4" c *>& c * Thank ful for past favors they hope to receive a liberal share ot public patronage. To Cash Buyers and to persons of undoubted standing, who are willing to settle once a year. Great Bargains will be given. Call and see. J. M. SHOEMAKER 8c Co. March 30, 1860. Dborder, CLOCK & WATCH MAKER, AND DEALER IN JEWELRY, Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Bedford, and the public in general, that he has opened a Jewelry Store in the building re cently occupied by H. jNicodemus, Esq. nearly opposite the Bedford Hotel, where he will be pleased to see all in want of articles in his line He has on hand, and will constautly keep, an elegant assortment of JEWELRY, and will re pair Clocks and Watches in the bert style. He hopes to receive a liberal share of patronage, as he feels satisfied he can render satisfaction to all who entrust him with their work. His terms will be moderate. He has on hand Gold and Silver WATCHES, Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Butter Knives, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencils. -Kc. &c. April 27, 185 s i J>EDFORD CLASSICAL INSTITUTE . | REV. JOHN LYON, j p E|HCIPALS . I. LYTTLETON LYON, A. M., ) ! THE Summer session of this Jnstitutionjwill open on Friday, the 4th day of May 1860. It is the design ot the Principals, to make this Academy, in all respects, a first class Institution, for the thorough instruction of youth of both sexes, and to prepare them for any profession or position in life. The high moral and scientific tone of the school is well known to this community, and a strict disci pline will be enforced. A few boys, (the number is limited to ten,) will be ree'eived into the tamily of the Principals, as boarders. The beauty of the scenery and the salubrity of the climate render Bedford a most desirable loca tion for such a school. Persons from abroad, visiting at the Springs, can be near their children during the summer. It is desirable that pupils should enter at the com mencement of the session, and no pupil will be re ceived for less than one quarter. t S2OO per year, including boarding, TERMS. < washing, fuel, light, and Tuition in all f the branches. Terms for day scholars : t> I —English Branches. Per Quarter.) $7 . 50 , Classical do &c. June 10,'59. BEST!! LARGEST!!! $35.00 Pays for Tuition in Single and Double Entry Book Keeping, Commercial Arithmetic and Lectures. BOARD S WEEKS S2O, STATjONAR Y $7. ENTIRE EXPENSES $62. Usual time from 6to 10 weeks. Every Student, upon graduating, is guaranteed competent to roan age the books of any business, and qualified to earn a salary of from 8500 to 81000 Students enter at any time—No Vacation —Re- view at pleasure. First Premiums for Best Business Writing for 18r,6, received at Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Ohio State Fairs. Also, at the principal Fairs of the "Union for the past four years. DC7"Ministers' Sons received at half price. For Circulars, Specimens and Embellished Views of the College, inclose five letter stamps to F. W. JENKINS, Pittsburg, Pa. Jan 13, 1860. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. By virtue ot an order of the Orphans' Court o! Bedford county, the undersigned will offer at public sale, upon the premises, on SATURDAY 16th of JUNE next, the following described real estate, viz : 35 acres of land or thereabouts, situate in .Kiddle Woodberry tp., adjoining lands of Jonathan Hoover, lands in name of Little ; Daniel Baer; Samuel Kensinger and others. TERiWS. - One fourth in hand at confirmatioa of sale, and balance in three payments with interest. JACOBS. BROWN, Trustee lor the sale of the , Real Estate of Margaret May 18,'60. Croft, deceased. TTNITED STATES HOTEL, Us. E. Cor. WlfiSc Market Sts PHILADELPHIA. W.KANAGA, ) p ROPRIETOES M. McVEV, j ™ orR!ETORS - Feb. 3, IB6o* Allegheny Male and Female Seminary, RAINSRERtt, Pa. FACULTY. E. J. OSBORNE, A. 8., Principal, Prof, of Lan guages and Philosophy. Wm. S.Smith, Prof, of Mathematics. Jas. H. Miller, Adjunct Prof, of Mathematics. Rev. B. F. Stevens, Lecturer on Moral Philoso phy Bcc. Wm. A. Stephens, Prof, of English Grammar &c. Dr. J. Hughes, Lecturer on Anatomy &c. Mrs. £. V. Osborne, Preceptress, Teacher of Draw ing French, Botauy See. B. F. Drott, Prof, of Instrumental Music. Price of Tuition for term of II weeks. Common English Branches $3 20 Higher Branches, including common, each 80 Latin and Greek, each 2 00 German and French, each 2 00 Book-keeping and Commercial calculations 1 00 ORNAMENTAL. | Drawing 2 50 | Colored crayon, and water colors, each 3 00 Oil painting 5 00 Hair and wax flowers, each 3 00 Pellis work 3 00 Embroidery 1 50 Piano music, with use ofjinstrnment 10 00 Board $ 1 75 per week including room rent, fuel, furniture Ac. This is one of the best, and cheapest institutions in the country. The whole expense per term need not be more than twentv-flvr dollars.— Second Quarter of summer session commences April the stb, 1860. Teachers will oe instructed free of charge in the Normal Department. For particulars, address the Principal. E.J. OSBORNE, A. B- Rainsburg, Bedford co., April 22, 1859. BOOKS ! H. C. READIER, Juliana Street, Bedford, Pa. (,At the Stand formerly occupied by Dr. F. C Reamer.) t W HOLESALE and re- fgftffl \| tail dealer in Drugs, f tu/f Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Oils, Paints, Varnish tine, Window Glass, Glassware received, a large stock of American, French and English perfumery. Also, a great variety of fine Soaps for toilet use. Tooth pastes, Hair Tonics, Hair Dyes, that will color various shades, from a light brown to a jet black, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Sha ving, and Clothes brushes, Combs, Pocket Knives, Pocket Books, Portmonnaies, Segar cases, &c. —ALSO— Have and will keep constantly on hand, a supply of Coal Oil, Burning fluid and Camphine, with a great variety of the most modern and best style of coal oil and fluid lamps. Pure Wines and Brandies for medical use, Fla voring Extracts and Spices of all sorts, FineSegars, Snufls, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. Having the agency for all the principal patent medicines in use, will keep a full supply constantly on hand. —ALSO— Dealer in Books, &c., consisting of Geographical, Scientific, Religious, Poetical, Historical, Law, Medical, School and Miscellaneous Works, in con nection with a great variety of plain and fancy Stationery, Cap, Note, Post, and Wrapping Paper, Blank Books, of every size and quality, Diaries, Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Notes and Receipts. promptly filled and satisfaction guar anteed, with regard both to price and quality. Prescriptions carefully and accu rately compounded at ail hours of the day or night. Dec. 16, 1859. yNION HOTEL, BEDFORD, PA. THE subscriber respectfully informs the pub ic, that hefstii* keeps the Hotel, under the above name, in the old and well known Globe building, on West Pitt Street, formerly owned and occapied hy Mr. John Voung, where he will be happy to see all friends and the travelling public generally. Persons attending Court are respectfully invited to give him a call. He pledges himself that he will do all in his power to render all bis guests comfortable. His Table will be supplied with the choicest del ieacics the market will afford. The Bed Rooms will contain clean and comfortable bedding. The Bar will be supplied with choice liquors. The Stable will be attended by a careful and at tentive hostler. CC7"Boarders will be taken by the day, week, month and year. JONATHAN HORTOX. June 3, 1859. YirAsmvciToif ROUSE, H BEDFORD, PA MRS. S. FILLER would respectfully announce to her friends in Bedford County, and to the public generally, that she has leased, for a term of years, the large and convenient brick hotel, at the corner of Pitt and .'uliana streets. Bedford, Pa., known as the •<WASHINGTON HOUSE," and lately kept by MRS. COOK. This house is being thoroughly re fitted and refurnished, and is now open for the re ception of guests. Visitors to the "BEDFORD SPRINGS" and persons attending Court, will find this house a pleasant and comfortable temporary bome.—Every attention will be paid to the comfort and accommodation of guests. The table will at all times be supplied with the best the markets atioid. Charges moderate. Extensive stabling is attached to this hotel, and a careful and competent hostler will be in atten dance. Special attention will be paid to the accom modation of the farming community. March 30th. 1860. J. W. SCOTT. (Late of the firm of Winchester <s* Scott.) Gentlemen's Furnishing Store a ud SHIRT MANUFACTORY, Jo. 814 Chestnut Street, (Nearly opposite the GIRARD HOUSE,) P HILdD ELP HLI. J. W. SCOTT, would respectfully call the atten tion of his formerfriends to his new Store, and is pre pared to fill orders for SHIRTS at short notice. A perfect fit guarantied. COUNTRY TRADE snp plied with FINE SHIRTS and COLLARS. October, 8, 1859-ly. FO R S A L E, ORE X CHANGE. Three tracts of very choice farm land, contain ing 160 acres in each tract, situate on the Illinois Centrla R. R. in Champaign co., State of Illinois, 8 miles from the city of Urbana, and 1 mile from Ren tual Station on said road. Two of the tracts adjoin, and one of them has a never failing pond of water. The city of Urbana contains a population of 3000. Champaign is the greatest wheat growing country in the State. Address, F. C. REAMER, Bedford, Pa. Spectacles! The subscriber has just received a splendid variety of Gold, Silver Mounted, and Steel Spectacles, with the finest Scotch Pebbles, su perior in clearness, and designed to suit persons of all ages—warranted never to FAIL—to which he invites the attention of all who are in need ol the article. He has also just received an elegant assortment of JEWELRY—aII of which he will sell on reasonable terms. DANIEL BORDER. Bedford, May 22, 1857. GREAT WESTERN INS. TRUST COMPANY. Capital and available assets, over $300,000 Fire, Inland and Marine Cargo risks taken on the most favorable terms. C. C. LATHROP, Pres't. JAMES WKIGHT, Sec'y. • (aug. 15, '59.] JOHN P. REED, Agent. j |;OUNDRV AND MACHINE SHOP. THE subscrbers having formed a partnership j under the style of "Dork ft Aschom" for the pur pose of conducting a general FOUNDRY AND MACHINE business in the establishment recently erected by Gilliard Dock, in Hopewell, Bedford county, are now prepared to execute orders for CASTINGS AND MACHINERY of everv description. They will build to order steam-engines, coal and drift-cars, horse powers and tbreshu g machines—also, casting of every kind lor furnaces, forges, saw, grist and rolling mills, ploughs, water-pipe, columns, house fronts, brackets, &c., &c. They are also, now making a fine assortment of SI'OVES of various kinds ol the latest patterns and mo-t approved styles, including several sizes of COOK STOVES of the best make, heating stoves for chuiches, offices, bar-rooms, &c. A full assortment of Stoves will be kept constant ly on hand, and sold at wholesale and retail, at prices to suit the times, and quality, warranted aqual to the best Eastern make. Machinery of all kinds repaired promptly. Patterns made to order. GILLIARD DOCK, C. VV. ASCHOM. Nov. 11. 1859 GROCERY AND CONFECTION A R Y. THE undersigned has just leceived and keeps constantly on hand the following articles:— Coffee, sugar, molasses, cheese, crackers, currants, prunes, raisins, figs, almonds, filberts, cocoa nuts, ground nuts, pecans, Eng. walnuts, cream nuts, can dies in variety, oranges, lemons, tobacco and cigars, allspice and pepper, spices of all kinds, baking so da, cream of tartar, sulphur, brimstone, canister and keg powder, shot, caps and lead, grain and grass scythes, whetting tools, wash lubs and boards, in digo, extract logwood, copperas, alum and madder, | oil, polish and Mason's blacking, sweeping, dusting stove, sboe and scrubbing, brushes, clothes, hair, j tooth and fiesh brushes, hat and infant brushes, hair | oils and perfumery, purses and port monaies, pock- ! et and memorandum hooks, bonnet and round gum ' combs, "ridding" and fine combs, bracelets and j ; beads, pens, pen-holders, penknives, scissors, knife- , sharpeners, umbrellas, suspenders, spool cotton and 1 floss, clocks, small looking glasses, violins, violin ] strings, toy watches, watch chains, curry combs, cards, horse brushes, shoe-thread, pegs and spara bles, Johnson's Arabian Liniment, Rock and Little's White Oil, Merchant's celebrated Gargling Oil, for man or beast, and many other articles of a similar nature. The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited. A. 1.. DEFIBAUGH. June 17,'59.-Iy. BLOODY RUN FOUNDRY AND M ACHIXE SHOP. THE subscribers are now prepared at thei Foundry in Bloody Run, to fill all orders for Castings of every description for GRIST .LVD SAW-MILLS, THRESHLYG MACHINES, APPLE MILLS, PLOUGHS and all things else in our line that may be needed in this or adjoining counties. J We manufacture Threshing Machinesof 2, 4 or I Horse I'owv, WARRANTED equal if not superioi j , to any made in the State. We keep constantly on hand a full assortment of Wood Cock, Plug and Hillside Ploughs, WARRANTED to give satisfac tion, or no sale. Points, shajes and land sides to fit i all Woodcock, or Spyler ploughs in the county. 1 Farmers' Bells, Ploughs and Castings of our make > may be had at the store of ' Wm. Hartley, in Bedford, Sonderbaugb & Pee, East Providence Tp., John Nycum ft Son, " " Times being hard, we offer great inducements to Farmers and Mechanics to buy of us. All kinds of repairing done in a neat and substan tial manner and all work warranted. Call and ex- ! amine our castings and work and judge tor your- i ( selves. Our agents sell at foundry prices. JOSIAH BAUGHMAN & BRO. 1 March 2C, 1858* MA N H O O DT~ HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED. i Just Published, in a sealed Envelope, j On the Nature, Treatment and Radical Cure of ( : Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual De- ! j bility, Nervou-ness ar.d Involuntarv Emissions, Im potency and Mental and Physical Incapacity. BY HOB. J. CULVERWELL, M. D., Author of "The Green Book," Nc. The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences ot sell-abuse may be effectually removed without Medicine and without dangerous Surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or cordials ; pointing out a mode of cure at i once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, I no matter what his condition may be, may cure him | self cheaply, privately and radically. This Lecture j will prove a boon to thousands and thousands. I Sent under seal to any address, post paid, on Tbe j I receipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. ! j CH. J. C. KLINE, M. D., 480 first Avenue, New i YoikPost Box 4586. Jan. 20, iB6O. rjp O M ILLO W NEKS ! S. P. BROAD has made Schellsburg his perma j nent residence, and is prepared to do all kinds o : work in the Mill Wright line, on the most appro | ved and durable plans, and reasonable terms. He has on hand the most improved Smut and Screening Machines, Mill Brushes, Anchor Bolting Cloths, both new and old, at city prices. Mill Burs can be procured from him and shipped to any point. Also—Agent for McCormick's Reaper and Mower for Bedford and Blair Counties. O. D. BROAD. Schellsburg, Bedford Co., I March 4, 1859. J ulmei i can Lite Sc Artist <£o. CAPITAL Stock, $300,000. COMPANY'S BUILDING, WALNUT STREET, S. K. CORNER O" FOURTH, PHILADELPHIA. LIFE insurance at tne usual mutual rates, at about 20 per cent less, or at total abstinence rates, at the lowest in the world. J. C. SIMS, A. WHILLDIN, Secretary. President. JOHN J. SCHELL, Agent, Jan. 27, IS6O. Bedford, Pa. SAVE YOUR MONEY! THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform the travelling public, that he has established a tri-weeklv line of stages between Bedford and Latrobe. The route is that of the old Philadelphia Turnpike, leading from Philadelphia to Pittsburg, being one of the best coach roads in the Union. Passengers will REACH m trains of cars for Pittsburg as early as by going to Hollidaysburg Johnstown. The fare to Pittsburg on this route is Four Dollars and Twenty Cents being THREE DOLLARS CHEAPER than on any other route from Bedford to tfiat point Coaches leave the Bedford Hotel, Bedford, eve ry Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning, at 6J o'clock, and the Depot at Latrobe every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, after the arrival of the mail train from Pittsburg, JOSEPH A. GARMAN. Feb. 24,'60. BEDFORD COUNTY MAP. 1 Will make a directory map of Bedford County from actual surveys, if a sufficient number of sub scribers can be raised to justify me in the enter prise. The map will be large and well finished and will show the location of all the public roads streams, boundary lines, towns, villages, Hotels, Churches, School Houses, Post Offices, stores, grist mills, saw mills \c., Hcc., and will contain the names of ail th property holders, and show the businesthat almost each one is engaged in. I will put on the same sheet maps of all the towns and large villages, also tables and statistics o! the County and (if taken in time) the census oflß6o. Pains will be taken to make it as reliable as any Map in the State. Julv I,'sS>. EDW'D. L. WALKER. A\ T HITE LEAD and Linseed Oil, for sale \\ Store, Anderson's Row, No 1, r mii WIU puoetnftllv am! cartful!, to all afarar',*. u. 1 1 . arUtt-'Tal re-th Invrtad, from one to an entire .-t I! jj Clrat'getlliodfirata, ami aUopccatiuoa warraate l. , ■ W Term. INVARIABLY CASH. •" ®al Pilt at rue l, Badford, Pa. JACOB REED. G. W. RUPP, J Z SCFJ REEI), HIPP & SCIIELL, BANKERS & DEALERS IN EX CHANGE, BEDFORD, PENN'A. DRAFTS bought and sold, collections made and monty promptly remitted. Deposits solicited. REFERENCES. HON. JOB MANN, Bedford, p a " JOHN CESSNA, " JOHN MOWER, " „ R. FORWARD, Somerset, ,i BUNN, RAIGCEL & Co., Phil J. WATT & Co., Piltsbur , J. W T . CURLEY, &. Co.. (l Commonturaitl) Jnsuranre £onipam> UNION BUILDIKOB, THIRD STREET HARRISBURQ, PA. CHARTERED CAPITAL, $300,000. Insure buildings or other property aains' Joss or damage by Fire. ° —ALSO— AGAINST PERILS OF THE SEA, INLAND m GATION & TRANSPORTATION DIRECTORS : SIMON CAMERON, GEO. M. LAU.MAN, WM. Does JAMES FOX, GEO. BERGNER, BENJ. P^E K I WM. H.KEPNER, A. B. WAKPORD, W. F. MCRRY F. K. BOAS, J. H. BERRYHILL, W. F- PACIER' ELI SLIFER. OFFICERS : SIMON CAMERON, PRESIDENT. BENJAMIN PARKE, Vice-President S. S. CARRIER, Secretary. J. W. LINGENFF.LTF.R, Agent. Bedford, Pa. Office ori Juliana Street Oct. 21, 1859.-ly. s3nmsnlimma Jttsnrame (Tompami OF PITTSBURGH, OFFICE, NO 63 FOURTH STREET. Capital And Surplus over $150,000.00. DIRECTORS. JACOB PAINTER, C. A. COLTON, N. VOECHTLY, RODY PATTERSON, A. A. CARRIER, I. G. SPROCI. HENRY SPROUL, A. J. JONES, G. W. SMITH, WADE HAMPTON, ROB'T PATRICK, J. H. HOPKINSe This Compaay has paid losses from the date of its incorporation in 1654, up to May, 1859, to a mount of 5302.535, 07, in addition to regular semi annual Dividends of from 5 to 15 per cent affording evidence of its stability and usefulness. LOSSES LIBERALLY ADJUSTED, AND PROMPIXY PAID. A. A. CARRIER, Pres't. J. G. SFROEL, Sec 'y. J. J. LingenMter, Agent. Office at Bedford Pa. September 2, 1859.— 1yr. pEBBRI Jt SIARHM— HAVE formed a Partnership in the Practice of the Law, Office nearly opposite the Gazette Office, where one or the other may at all times be found. Bedford, Aug. 1, 1859. TOH\ FREED— ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, TA. Respecfju/ly tenders his services to the Public second door North ol the JMENVE) House. 0 Bedford, Aug. 1, 1859. OIL GAITIIER • ATTORNEY AT LAW, BBCFORI), PA., WILL promptly attend to all business en trusted to his care. Office on Pitt street, two doors east of the Gazette office. He will also attend to any surveying business that MAV be entrusted to him. [Nov. 4., 5 59.| JL- DHKEY— • Attorney at Law, Pittsburg, Pa. W'ILL attend promptly to all bnsimss en trusted to his care. July I, L859.-ly. TOIIY BORDER— 'I GUNSMITH, BEDPORD, PA. | Shop at the east end of the town, one door west of the residence ol Major Wasbabaugh. All guns of my own manufacture warranted. May 21, 58. CATIFEL KETTERMAY— O COUNTY SURVEYOR. WOULD hereby notifiy the citizens ot Bed ford county, that he has moved to the Borough of Bedford, where he may at all times be fcund by persons wishing to see him, unless absent upon business pertaining to his office. April 16, 1858.-tf. MAYX & SPAYG— ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. THE undersigned have associated themselves in the Practice of the Law, and will attend promptly to all business entrusted to their care in Bedford and adjoining counties. OIF" Office on .lulianna Street, three doors soum of the "Mengel House,"opposite the residence of Maj. Tate. JOB MANN Aug. 1, 1859. G. H. SPANG. JW. LIXGEXFELTER— • ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND LAND 9URVETOF.. Will attend with promptness to ail businea entrusted to his care. WILL PRACTICE IN BEDPOF.D AND FCLTO? COUNTHS. three doors North of the '-Inquirer'' Otfice. DR. B. F IIARRI— RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional services to the citizens ol Bed ford and vicinity. Office and residence on Pitt Street, in the building formerly occupied by Dr. John Hofius. Aug. 1,1859. DR. F. CTREAMER—" RESPECTFULLY BEGS leave to tender his Professional Services to the Citizens of Bedford and vicinity. (CP" Office in Julianna Street, at the Drug and Book Store. Aug. 1, 1859. DK. ,1. K. ItIKhEKILEi St. Clairsville, BEDFORD CO., PA., Respectfully tenders his services to the citizens that place and vicinity. [jan 13, IS6O] nno BUILDERS.— X The subscriber is fully preprred to furnish any .quantity or quality of Building Lumber and Plastering Laths.— Orders directed to St. Ciairsvtlle, Bedfod County, will be promptly attended to, by giving a reasonable notice. F. D. BEEGLK

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