T]if v.rdfovd (BjUrtte. Local and Personal. 1118 1 F PAT THE PRINTER ! UV have just sent a number of bills ;t rsons indebted to us for job work i advertising. This kind of work ways intended to be cash, but we i Vl . waited for months on some of it :or years on others. tl'f must hare biffs pa id. Had we no debts of r own, we might give U hundred -v' grace to those who owe us. But must pay our debts, and, hence, we . compelled to collect from those are indebted to us. The hooks of F. Meyers are also unsettled and be closed up. We are driven to .ding bills to all, irrespective of per . and we hope that we will not be ipellet! to resort to any thing more .•-iiwent. But we must bare our boohs ,i,rd up. and a word to the wise is •ufficient. : jW jk I I < i t THE MZTEOKS.—Some of our young . . n >ls have got excited over the Me , - question and thus deliver them . ves: With curiosity, like many of my •hbers, I spent thenightof the 12th I ; morning of the I:3th inst., Watch-; the appearance of the tileteoric .wcr, which astronomers sard would ;,!ace at that time. Patiently the j Jit vigil was kept, sincerely ho- J that we could see the meteors; for j - they fell only once in 33 years we j v anxious to witness them. But j - watching was in vain. Either 1 - was a wrong calculation or they j hindered in their course by the wring Alieghanies, or something ! Jll day of tiie 18th, numbers of y individuals were seen, showing tirhulf-closod eyes, that they, too, ;-penta night in weary star-gazing. 'of iw intending to make up our n-st, retired early to bed, to dream ijit meteors shooting across the .vetis; bat at an early hour, we were .ketiedby the ringing of bells. The i -thought was fire; the second— e are our engines? the third and thought, surely now the showers miing. and kind considerate in i :.iD are calling the good people j iiedi'ord up to witness them. We 1 ~><l those who were willing to lose x that they might awaken us to | -- the grand meteoric shower, ing at our watch the time was a rtcr of three. Hastily dressing, PI tared on the street, looked ea u;> to the quiet sky, but our gaze :no bright meteors with their trail : . We concluded wo were "sold," : wishing to see how good-humored r neighbors would take the sell, oka station on the highway, as Is continued to ring. Lights - en in almost every house, win were heard opening, then doors, ■ ion on the stroot* numbers of elt - hastily gathered, shivering with i. gazed long and often, old men h spectacles looked, then removed ir glasses, wiped them, thinking m dusty, then put them on again, t -aw no meteors ; others came to the >rs in their stocking feet, asking with xiety and interest, "What's the iter?" One youth who, as he ran, ' wered musically and comically, with xr half full of laughter, "Meteors!" questioner gazed a moment into -ky, then dosed the door with a i, exclaiming as he crawled into L "Sild!" The excitement became - vat that the chief bail iff appeared, ring the groups to disperse, hut ' was one man among so many ex 1-tar-gazers? He was told to wait, . when the falling meteors lighted i' murky uight, lie could see clear road to drive straggling swine,! were locked out, to the town I. and thus pecuniarily benefit ■ !f. The bailiff waited not, but ■'a disgust. After watching in tJr the meteors, we returned to nehidingastronomers had made -take, and the last sound beard early morning air, was "Me-1 Can any one inform us when a tc ric -'lower will really take If some body will do it, it will : - red a great favor by many much .-leep watching for them. ()NI: WHO GAZED, RUTGAZED IX VAIN, j V :> ILLUMINATION IX BED*; ■lr. Eli'or : —I suppose you j :: ard of "them stars" which | ">much attraction on the morn tiie 13th and 14th inst. Ai ry hou-e from "Texas" to ' '•□," from the banks of the ; ■ "vthc Southern suburbs of "ye j -ity," were illumined by iiglits '"a-t, notwithstanding the Bur-. ■ ' ( I'incil had made ample pro ■"' 'notify the ]>eop!e in case of the • '"J by appointing a squad of n- to act as an alarm force. | early part of the night the ; " ■ <-re made quite lively by the j ,s promenading gazers, a good- j II Tof which were fair ones. At: k. owing to the inclemency of! 'er, the majority thought prop- i ' for" their respective posts, bich were two eminent astro n-j ' ko took up quarters at j Fitt Street, and from what . "iged of astronomy, were not | "1 ill the "biz," having their full mast, shutters closed and ■p. No doubt tlicy did see stars '-leep. At a mansion on Juli > were to lie found the liead ( f de"Zozndont"and"Bloom .' '"man; also, that of a dentist, i " -bought, a part of the "Engi-1 l all "waiting for the stars I lightsat half-mast. Onßieh j Ft-to fie found a Lieutenant's ' -lights full blast. A few doors si iie "Regulator" were several • 1 a schoolmaster, waiting and watching—lights bright. At the east ern termination of the Borough line was stationed a certain mustached "typo", waiting patiently for the "fall," and, no doubt, picturing in his mind the glowing description he would give in a "local"—lights rm/ dim. At the other extremity of the same square,a "benzine" man with a young mus tache was posted. The old and well established refreshment saloon of B. & MeM., was the general resort for those who had no particular posts, a com fortable fire, large stock of oysters and general accommodations. From this "posish" one could command a fine view of Pitt St. entire. At 3 o'clock all was quiet along the line, nothing to mar the general calm, save an occa sional, "Have they fell yet?" or. "I wish they would soon begin," or "I'm so s-l-e-e-p-v!" &e., coming from the now dozing star-gazers—but, hark ! that e/ortrj proclaims "They Fall!" "They Fall!" A general break Is made by the vigilant watchers through out the town, being aware that the sig nal given was that of the force appoint ed by the Burgess and Council, and which consisted of severial lawyers, (one of whom bad the gong in charge), a proprietor of a Hotel, a dentist and others. They took up their lino of march on Julianna St., proceeding down Pitt, mnkinga general survey of the town, sounding the gong and ring ing the bells. Great was the disap pointment at the above falscalarm, for, he it known, thestrtrs didn't fall. But the re were others than those who were watching, who were disappointed.— For instance, a young lawyer, boarding at the "Washington House," left his couch very hurriedly, appearing on the balcony, minus his accoutrements , and upon realizing t!i of net, made his exit with, "Hum, sold!—wonder where eonsuble is?—somebody ought go for 'im !" Four o'clock found ail quiet, the man of the gong beneath a nine gallon hat, guarding a butcher shop on Pitt St., and thus ended the falling of the meteors in Bedford, in 18(36. "BUB." THE BROAD TOP HAIL ROAD.—The Bedford Inquirer, of last week, makes a rather ugly attack upon the manage ment of the Broad Top Railroad. We don't pretend to say that that road is what it ought to he, but we do think that there is neither sense, nor use, in the sort of complaint made by the In quirer. The "trestles" (which are the only parts of the road of which the lu quirer complains; have all been renew ed within the last two years. True, the old bent* of trestlir.g are left stand ing, the new ones being placed in be tween them, so that these bridges are really just as much stronger than they were originally, as the strength of the old bents amounts to. The heaviest coal trains pass over this road without any injury to the "trestles," and cer tainly passenger trains can be in no danger of breaking through a bridge that sustains the weight of the former. The fact is, that there is a continual re newing of going on, the de cayed timbers being replaced by sound ones, as soon discovered. Nobody likes the looks of bridges such as these. Nobody fancies short curves, especially when cattfe are on the track. But, the history of the Broad Top road shows that fewer accidents, have occurred up on it than upon almost any other road in the State, within the same length of time. The truth is, that careless run- ning has more to do with railroad acci dents than trestles or curves. If the Inquirer will change its base and attack from a different stand-point, perhaps there would be a little more truthful ness in its facts, as well as fairness in its argument. —# PRESRYTERIAX CHURCH.—As an nounced last week, Revs. Mitchell, West and Fitzgerald, preached in the : Presbyterian Church during the latter part of the week, and on Sunday morn ing installed the Rev. A. V. V. Schenek as Pastor. On Sunday afternoon, a Communion Service was held and an appropriate sermon was preached in the evening. The whole series of services j was one of unusual interest, and the sermons were powerful and instructive exhibitions of truth. They will be long remembered by those who had the! pleasure of hearing them. The Sabbath services were attended by large audi ences, and the church has marked it as "a good day." As the result of the i pastoral relations now established a fu ture of unusual prosperity and useful ness is anticipated by the church. STEAM MILL. —The Messrs. Hartley, as our readers are aware, have erected i a very large steam flouring mill in this place. It is complete in all its parts, and shows more progress in our ancient , borough than any enterprise coramenc-, ed here for some time. The sound of the steam whistle reminds one so much of the noise of a railroad locomotive, j that we almost fancy we hear tne rat tle and thunder of the train speeding' its wav toward Bedford. The Mill Is now in operation and is a grand success. 1 NEW COUNTERFEIT.—A new and dangerous counterfeit of the lilty dol lar legal tender notes, has appeared. It ! may be detected by the vignette of General Hamilton, which, on inspec tion, was found to have been split from a two dollar Treasury note and neatly pasted on the counterfeit fifty. The j engraving of the other portions of the j note is cleverly imitated, and can only be distinguished from the genuine by j the closest inspection. THANKSGIVING.— In accordance with i the proclamation of the Presidentof the j United States, Union Services will be i held in tlje Presbyterian Church, on the , 20th inst., at II o'clock, A. M. Sermon , by Rev. !L Heckerman. Subject:— j The Christian's Duty in Civil or Na-i tional Life. THANKSGIVING proclamations are now irreverently, but more euphon iously, designated as "turkey talk." I.iME.—We notice as an item of lo cal interest, that some of our neighbors are beginning to turn their attention to this great fertiliser. Farms will wear out. The little manure made in the barn-yards will not supply what the cultivation of fields will exhaust. The land must get thin, and farming, as a consequence, will not pay. The far mers of Lancaster, Franklin and other counties, where iime can be had, un derstand this, and it is no uncommon thing for them to haul lime a distance of ill teen nines and pay a good price for it at the kiln.' It pays at the end of seven years better than at tirst. As a matter of dollars and cents, besides the satisfaction of reaping when you sow, we would urge every farmer on lime-stone, slate or gravel land—even on the sides of the sandy mountains, to lime his land. Apropos of this, we understand that our townsman, (). E. Shannon, has a regular draw-kiln now in operation, and that the demand for lime is on the increase. REDUCTION IX PRlCES.—During the past week the price of flour has fallen about $1 o( per barrel, and other pro visions will probably fall in proportion. Unless something unusual should oc cur, there will most likely be a sti'l fur ther decline in the price of flour and grain. The provision speculators in our large cities appear to have slightly overreached themselves. Large car goes of wheat, bacon, flour, &c., which had been sent to Europe, are reported to have been sent back to this country for a better market, and the specula tors, who had hoarded up a large stock in the hope of making fortunes this winter, suddenly found the market o verstoeked. LONG EVEN I XGS. —Let every onedur ing the long evenings of winter, labor to improve himself; and parents should not neglect their children. One of the best things a parent can put into the hands of a child that can read, is a good newspaper. There are hundreds of Democrats yet in this county who do not take a home paper. They always regret our defeats at the elections, but are slow to contribute in the right di rection for the promotion of Democracy. There is not a democratic family in the county but which ought to take a home paper. Its influence may not at once be seen, but it will sooner or later be felt. Will our democratic friends prop erly look at this matter? It is by the slow process of gradual education that permanent public opinion is formed. PROPER VEX riLATiox. —The perni cious practice of retiring to bed in chambers containing stoves, with the windows closed tightly, and all other channels of ventilation shut up, should be discarded at once. If the door of a bedchamber is not provided with a transom, the upper sash of the window should in all cases be lowered several inches, in order to admit a proper quan tity of pure breathing air. Deaths are very frequently caused by improper ventilation. We read, no longer ago than yesterday, of the death of a young lady, caused by breathing the poisonous gases from a coal oil lamp, which she allowed to remain burning in her room over night. A USEFUL IXVENTION.—Our ingen ious friend, D. A. T. Black, Esq., has invented, and obtained a patent for, an im pro veil sled, which is provided with wheels on the inside of the "run ners," which are let down, the sled be ing at the same time elevated, by ma chinery managed by the driver. These wheels are intended to run the the sled over the bare ground, and we think will answer the purpose admirably. The whole arrangement is very simple and easily worked. A good thing can be made out ofthepurchaseof rights. VISITORS. —Among the distinguish ed strangers present at our late session of Court, we noticed Hon. F. M. Kiai med and Hon. J. McDowell Sharpe, of Chainbcrsburg,Geo. A. Smith, Esq., of McConnellsburg, and C0!..1. I>. Bod ily, of Somerset, all in good health, and capital Democrats in the bargain. MIST RKDKKM. —A misapprehension has been entertained by some of the na tional banks that they are not obliged to redeem mutilated notes except at discount. Holders of such notes should in no ease allow this discount. The lisinks are bound to redeem the notes at par, both at their own counters and at their redeemingagencies. THURSDAY, the 20th inst., is the day set apart by the President for Thanks giving and Prayer. The turkey tribe are in high state of consternation in consequence, and threaten to take part with the Radicals in impeaching the President unless he withdraws bis of fensive Proclamation. Bk a r K 11. 1 J k i.— Tobias Snyder, Thomas Steel and Jacob E. Ilitchey killa bear, a few days ago, on Tus sey's mountain, about five miles north of Bedford Forge, which weighed 310 lbs., and measured four inches across the back. Mr. Snyder's shot killed him. Pretty good for our mountains. Religiols.—Rerv. A. li. Miller will deliver, in the M. E. Church, in this place, on next Sabbath, at 101 o'clock, a. m., bis second sermon on the "Cen tenary of Methodism.'' Subject: —The- Rise and Progress of Methodism in America. Renov ation ofthe Court I locs e. —The Commissioners have refitted and repainted the Court House, and it is now both comely and comfortable. The Commissioners deserve the thanks of the public for their attention to the comfort of those attending Court. Sworn In.—David Howsare, Esq., has been sworn in as Commissioner, He will make an efficient officer. Geo. Roads, Esq., is the retiring member of the board. Good luck attend him. FOR a beautiful head of hair, use U-Exesis. Sold at Lewis' Drug Store. THE newspapers in various parts of our country are noting an immense in crease i n marriages since the close of the war, showing that nature is extending her recuperative power to make up for the ravages of the battle field and the hospital. Statistics state an increase of V> per cent, in 'OO over 1860. THE cabbage crop, always cared for by our German farmers, and of late years grown into importance every where, is pronounced this season to be most abundant and ofthe fine>t quality. The many lovers ofsourkraut will be glad to learn this fact. LAST week a number of counterfeit one dollar greenbacks were passed at different places. The bills are new and likely to deceive poor judges. Be ye also careful, and examine your one dol lar hills. FEM ALE clerks are now employed in the Dead Letter office at Washington. What a paradise of enjoyment for curi ous woirnfn! We know of a few that such situations would just suit. A NEW bonnet, asserted to IK* the la test and loveliest, has made its appear ance. It look* very much like a clam shell topped off with an acorn. They are very pretty—what there is of them. THESE autumnal days are becoming most provokingly shortened at both ends. They keep a man moving about briskly to accomplish much bet ween sunri-e and sundown. AN editor in lowa has become so hol low from depending upon the printing business alone for bread, that he pro pose- to sell himself for a stove pipe at three cents a foot. K SSI X ESS DIRECTORY. The following Business Dirictory for the bor ough of Bedford and other places in the couaty, whose advertisement* appear \n the calamus of THE GAZETTE,) may bo of service to our friends ind patrons in the county, azd is commended to .heir attention: ATTORNEYS AT LAW—fl. H. Spang; .1. P. Reed; J.W.Tate; John Palmer; E. F. Kerr; Durborrow A Lntz; Espy J'. Alsip; John T. Kengy A J 11 Filler; Kimmell A Lingenfelter, Meyers A Dicker.son, Bedford, Pa. BANKERS—Reed A Schcll Rupp. Shannon A C >., Bedford. Pa. BOOTS AN SHOES, VARIETIES, Ac— H F. Irvine. Bedford. Pa. BEDFORD NURSERIES—T. 51 Lynch. CABLVET-WARE. CHAIRS, Ac.—Richard Leo, Bedford, Pa. CLOTHING—I. Lippel. Berketresser A Irvine, George Rciinund, Bedford. Pa. DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, Ac.—A. B. Cra mer; J. M, Shoemaker, Bedford, Pa. DENTISTRY—C. N. Hiekok A J. G. Minnich, Jr.. Dr. W W. Van Oriner, Bedford, Pa. DRUGGIST—J. L. Lewis, Bedford. Pa. FANCY STORES—Mrs. V. B Tate A Miss M. Rea : Mrs E. V. Mowry; Mrs. M. R. Schnfer A Miss Kate Deal, Miss M. Fctterlv. Bedford. Pa. HARDWARE. Ac.—Wm. Hartley; Geo. Bly myer A Ron. Bedford, Pa. HOTELS Bedford Hotel. J. J. Shoemaker; Mengel House, I. Mengel; Union Hotel, V. Steck inan. Bedford, Pa. JEWELER—DanieI Border, Bedford, Pa. JOB PRINTERS—Meyers A Mengel, Bedford, Pa —All kinds of Plain and Fancy Job Printing neatly and promptly executed. PUMPS —Wm. C. Snively, Schellsburg, Pa. PHYSICIANS—Dr. J. L. Marbourg, Bedford, Pa.; Drs.W.W. Jamison and P. H. Pennsyl, Bloody Run, Pa., Dr. Geo. C. Douglas, Bedford, Pa. REAL ESTATE SALES— F C. Roomer—privato sale T. H A N. J. Lyons, Private Sale. Jacob Walter. Private, C N. Hickok, private sale. Adolphus Ake, private sale. Meyers A Dickerson. private sale. John P. Reed, private sale. STOVES. TINWARE, Ac.-B. McC. Blymyer A Co., Bedford. Pa. Dfe- Read the "New Advertisements" in this week's issue of TUB GAZETTE. For Administrator's, Executor's, Auditor's notices. Ae..see "Legal Notices." I-f" Read the advertisements under the head of "Notices, Ac." MA Hill ED. WELSH —SIIIMER—At the Lutheran Parson age, Schellsburg, on the 15th inst.. by Rev. B. II Hunt, -Mr. Howard Welsh and 51iss Hannah R. Shinier, of Bedford. FLEEGLE—WONDERS—On the 18th inst , by Rev. Jus. H McGarrah, Mr. John H. Fleegle and Miss Maria E. Wonders, both of Napier township. DIED. LEADER—On the .10th ult.. at her residence in Rinard's Valley, this county, slrs. Sarah Leader, aged 66 years, 10 months and 8 days. "Mrs. Lead er resided for many years in Bedford, until the death of her husband, about a year ago. She was a devoted member of the German Rcf. Church, and lived an exemplary christian life. She died, a? she lived, in the hope of a blessed immortality, of which she gave the fullest assurance, in her last hours, to her weeping friends around ber. Her end was peace, and she now sleeps in Jesus, to awake in His likeness at the last day. K ityi* 15 X ECUT( )It'S N< )T I (' E.—L<-T tors j testamentary to the estate of Aloses Dieken, lateof C Valley town-hip. deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, by the Register of Bedford county, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment, and th""e having claims against the same will pre sent them properly authenticated tor settlement.
n0v23.-fit.* JOHN DICKKN. Ex'r. T DMINISTRATOITS NOTICE.— f\ Notice is hereby given that letters of admin tration have been granted by the Register of Bed ford county, to the undersigned, on the estate of David Koudnbush, iate of Napier township, dee'd. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims can present them duly authenticated for settlement. n0v.23. —6t. HIRAM DAVIS, Adm'r "VTOTICE TO ASSESSORS. — The Assessors of the several districts of the coun ty, elected for the year 1867. are hereby notified to meet at the Commissioners' office, on Tuesday, December 11th, 1866, to receive the hooks, instruc tions, Ac., for the assessment for said year. Let none fail to be present. Bv order of the Commissioners, JNO. G. FISHER. n0v.23.w3. Clerk. 1)UBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.—By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, the under signed administrators of the estate of Martin Hoover, late of Liberty township, dee'd will offer at public sale, upon the premises, on SATURDAY, DECE.MBER 2'Jth, 1866, the following described real estate, viz: No. 1. A messuage, being the mansion house and tract of land situate in the township of Liberty, in the county of Bedford, containing one hundred and eighty-four acres, more or less, well improved and well watered, adjoining lands of .Samuel Har vey, Geo. F. Steel and others. No. 2. One tract of wood land, situate in said township, containing six hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands of decedent and others. No. 3 One tract of land situated in said town ship, containing four hundred and thirty-two acres and thirty perches, more or less, adjoining lands of James Patton and others. Upon these last two truoU there is aft almost unlimited quantity of excellent timber TERMS : least at the confirmation of the sale. Sale to commence at 1(1 o'clock, A. M.. of said day. GEORGE HOOVER, JOHN 11. BILLING. n0v.21.w4. Adm'rs of Martin Hoover, dee'd. 4 BABE CHANCE IS OFFERED A ALL PERSONS To display their Goods; To sell their Goods: To gather information; To make known their wants; Ac., Ac. Ac. Ac.. Ac., Ac., Ac., Ao., by advertising in the columns of THE GAZETTE. .fancy Stores. MRS. E. V. MO WRY has just re turned from the East with a fine stock of ♦ ******** MILLI N E R Y * A!H> 4 PANC Y G O O DS, **#*#♦##* and has now opened a handsome variety of WIN TER BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS. FLOWERS, FEATHERS, Ac., Ac., of the very latest styles. Also, a variety of I> R ESS G O O 1) S , French Merinos, plaid woo! doLaincs, Alpacas, Muslin deLaines, Gingham?, Calicos, Canton Flan nel, F ramie lis. Opera and plaid Flannels, Cloths for coats and sacks, Ladies' and Children's FURS, Sacks, Coats, Cloaks and Shawls; Breakfast Shawls Son tags, Woolen Hoods, Ac.; Balmoral and Hoop SKIRTS. and Corsets; Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid GLOVES. Ladies' buckskin Gauntlets, eioth and fleece-lined Gloves, for ladies and children; Lace and Crape VEILS, Barege and Grenadine ior Veils. Pocket Handkerchiefs. Neck-Ties, Combs, Brushes, Soaps. PERFUMERY, Eureka Hair Restorative. Mrs. Hill's flair Restorative. DRESS TRIMMINGS. WIGANS ANP BUTTONS. Also, all kiudsof Notions and Toys. Also, the very best made and finest Ladies' and Children's SHOES that can be bought in Philadelphia. Mrs. MO Will* is determined to sell her Goods, and do her work as CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. She hopes her friends and patrons will call and ex amine her stock, as she is satisfied that tney will recommend themselves, in QPAUTV and PRICE, to refined tastes and good judgment. uvL'uni MRS. V. B. TATE. MISS M. RRA. "VTEW FALL STYLES!—Mrs. Tate _ has just returned from the East with a splen did selection of BONNETS. HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS. SILKS, VELVETS, and everything belonging to H MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT We would call your particular attention to our FALL STOCK op LADIES' DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS, of Mr". Ta'e's own selection, such as ORNAMENTS. 11l TTONS, GUIPURE AND CHERRY LACES. CORDS. TASSELS. FRINGES, VELVET RIBBONS, BELTING, and TRIMMINGS generally. Mrs. TATE and Miss REA flatter themselves that their LATE NOVELTIES wiil not be sur passed by any. Giving their personal attention to all the branches of their department; the ac knowledged superiority as regards their reliability and the patronage extended them, renders com ment unnecessary. Mrs. Tate procured, while in Philadelphia, a FIRST-CLASS DRESS-MAKER. who is now ready to make Dresses, Cloaks, and Children's Wear. Ladies may rely on being artis tically fitted, and their work finished in the most prompt and efficient manner, at the lowest possible price. Cutting and Basting done at short notice. Girls wanting to learn Mantua-Making will apply immediately, as a fine opportunity is given them. octlilif ■FTXEAY GOODS!—M.C. FETTEKLY j. N hasjust received a splendid assortment of Fancy Dry Goods, consisting in part of Fancy Dress Goods, Silks. French Merinos, A1 pace a, De laines. Flannels. Muslins, Prints. Cloaking Cloth, Cloaks. Furs, Shawls. Hoop Skirts, Balmorals, Hosiery, Gloves. Dress Trimmings, Fancy But tons. Velvets, Ladies' Dress Caps, a handsome as sortment of Embroideries, Mourning and Lace Goods, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, with a great variety of other notions, Ac., Ac. The stock con sists of every article usually kept in a first class Fancy Store. Tnankful for past favors, we ask a continuance of your patronage. n0v.9, ! 66,-yl. *hocs and Varieties. / < REAT EXCITEMENT IN BEI>- \ J1 FORD! THE REGULATOR A Vl> BEDFORD CLOT II 1 Nil EMPO RI U M IN ADVANCE OF ALL OTHERS. FRESH ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS! BOOTS, SHOES, NOTIONS! CLOTHING, CASSIMERS, HATS of all kinds laid in at prices to suit the times. If you want a good Coat go to the Regulator. If you want a goodp'r Boots, go to the Regulator. If you want a good Vest, go to the Regulator. If you want a good p'rShocs. go to the Regulator If you want a good p'r Pants, go to the Regulator If you want a suit of Clothes, go to the Regulator. If you want a good Shirt, go to the Regulator. If you want a good flat, go to the Regulator. If you want a good Gaiter or Shoe go to theßeg'r. If you want good Cassimere, go to the Regulator. If you want a variety of Notions, go to the Reg'r. If you want a fashionable Coat, go to the Regulator If you want fashionable Pants A Vests go to the Regulator. It you want a fashionable Suit, go to the Regu lator. If you want Queenswarc or Glassware, go to the Regulator. If you want good Spices of any kind, go to the Regulator. If you want good Flavoring Extracts, go to the Regulator. If you want good Toilet Soap or Perfumery, go the Regulator. If you want good Hosiery, Gloves, Neck-ties col lars, Ac., go to the Regulator. If you want any thing in our line, go to the Bed ford Clothing Emporium and Boot, Shoe and No tion Regulator, No. 2, Anderson's Row. Goods of all kinds ordered from the Eastern cities to accommodate customers. H. F. IRVINE, Sept. 7. 1866. R. W. BERKSTRESSER. ibticc.s, ou\ IAO 11 SALE—VEIIY Low—a second hand PIANO. Inquire of opr.!•">. 66.-if. C. N. HICKOK. Oil. GEO. B. KKLLEY, having permanently located in ST. CLAIRS VILLE, tenders his professional services to the citizens of that place and vicinity. nov2'66vl HARTLEY A METZGER KEEP constantly on hand a large Stock of general HARDWARE They have just received 50 DOZEN BEST 4 CHEAPEST FRUIT JARS ever offered to the public. They keep all kinds of Farm Ma chinery. including Mowore and Reapers, Cider Mills. Fodder Cutt< rs and Willoughby's Gum Spring Roller Grain Drills, the best in the world, ju1.13.'66. [)KKM>XS knowing themselves in debted to us for advertising Administrators* Executors', Auditors' Notices. Orphans' Court sales and other sales of Real Estate, and for printing bills. Ac., Ac., will please call and settle for the same, as all such advertising and printing should bo CASH. MEYERS A MENGEL. Feb 16. '66—tf. npAN X Ei! s, ATTi SNTinN! A new £ Tannery, in good order, containing one pool, three limes, three baits, five leaches, thirty-four lay-a-way vats, with the necessary number of han dlers, in as good a location as can be found in Bed fordoounty, forrent. For further information call at this office. Nov. 17, '65-tf QOLDI EES' BOUNTIES.—The un- has the blanks now ready and will attend promptly to the collection of all claims un der the law lately passed for the Equalization of Bounties. aug.l"-.f. J. W. DICKERSON. r AST NOTICE.— MY old books Ijrnust be squared by cash or note immediate ly. Those persons who may fail to settle their accounts, on or before August 15th, 1866, must blame themselves, if they have costs to pay, as I have been verv indulgent, and now need monev. jul ll—tf. WM. HARTLEY. Q ELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS AT N B. Mc. BLYMYER A CD'S SLID BILLS, PROGRAMMES, POSTERS, and nil kinds of PLAIN AND FANCY JOB PRINTING, done with neatness and despatch- at THE GAZETTE office. j*** * * * ****** GOODS! FA LI, A WINTER! i The undersigned have now opened a largo and general assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which they respectfully invite the attention of j buyers, confident they can offer B A K(i AIXS! B A RG AINS! BARGAINS! JL\ ItGAINS! BAIIGAI NS! In every department. Lif CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. | You can be SUITED at the LOWEST TRICES. TERMS: CASH or PRODUCE. When credit is lor given, in ALL cases after six Lif ' MONTHS, interest wiil be " charged in the , [_ir account. A. B. CRAMER & CO. ****** ****** oct26 "VTEW GOODS! NEW GOODS : A large and complete stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, i just received and opened at J M SHOEMAKER'S, j No. 1 Anderson's Row—bought just at the right | time. j The following comprise a few of our goods: DRY GOODS: ( Calicoes. Delaines, Coburg Cloths, French Meri j noes, Alpacas, Flannels, Ginghams, all wool De- ; laincs, all colors, large stock of bleached and un- j j bleached Muslins, Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Satinetts. | 1 Jeans. Tweeds, See., Ac. BOOTS AND SHOES: 1 A large assortment of Men's and Boys' Boots and j Shoes Ladies' Misses' ami Children's Boot.-. Shoe- i j and Gaiters, all prices, and sizes to suit everybody. > CLOTHING: i A very large stock of Men's and Boys' Coats. j and Vests, all sizes, and prices to suit the times. HATS AND CAPS: A complete assortment of all kinds, sizes and prices. GROCERIES. SPICES, Ac.: Coffee. Sugar, Lovering and other Syrups, Molas ses, Tea. Rice, Tobacco, Spices, Ac. LEATHER: A prime article Solo Leather, Calf Skins, Kip and Upper Leather and Linings. COTTON CHAINS, Single and Double, all numbers, cheap. CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE. Tubs. Buckets. Brooms, Baskets. Ac. Call and see our stock of Goods and be convinced that No. 1 Anderson's Row, is the place to get bargains. J. M. SHOEMAKER, sep. 28,'66. nELLING OFF AT COST!! P. A. REED. Intending to relinquish the Mercantile business, in Bedford, IS CLOSING OUT iriS ENTIRE STOCK OE DRY GOODS, Src., AT COST! A rare chance to buy goods, of all kinds, cheap Call and see. junl,'66. * A CHANCE FOR BARGAINS! | REMEMBER THE ; NEW CHEAP STORE, At St. Clairsville, Pa. I GdODS OF ALL KINDS SOLD AT SMALL PROFITS. OPPEXHEIMEIt Has just received from the East, and offers for sale at the LOWEST PRICES, a large and varied assortment of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, of ever}' description and of the best quality; MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, a large assortment, to suit all olasses; NOTIONS, in endless variety; MUSLINS, all kinds, very cheap: CALICOES, from the best manufactures. Our stock of DRY GOODS is unsurpassed, and we ask all to give n? a call, if they desire to get BARGAINS. REA 1 )Y-MADE CL<)TIIING, of every description, for sale at the LOWEST PRICES. We also make CLOTHING of all kinds TO ORDER, at short notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. We also keep constantly on hand a splendid assortment of PIECE GOODS : CASSIMERES, YESTIXGS, ' CLOTHS, 4 Ac., Ac. and slen's and Boy's Furnishing Goods of all kinds. We also have a fine assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, TINWARE, WILLOW-WARE, Ac., Ac., Ac., together with everything usually fouud in a well assorted store, all of which will be sold at the LOWEST PRICES. Remember OPPEN HEIMER'S New Cheap Store, St. Clairsville, Pa. ju1.27.—6m. COOK AND PARI A >R STOVES AT B. MC. BLYMYER & CO S diUat estate Salts. 17 AKM FOR SALE.— 2oo acres, one half under cultivation, well improved. Fruit and Timber abundant. Situate in Napier town ship. For particulars, price, Ac., apply to J HON P. REED, Ag t. A. B. SANDS, Pr'r. |aug.27-3ut.j Bedford. JPa. SPLENDID FARM FOR >ALK 7 miles from Bedford, containing ONE HLN DRED ANI) FIFTY ACRES. 125 acre*undercul Ovation, half creek bottom; well watered; excel lent Brick House and Frame Bam; plenty of good timber; convenient to schools, churches and mills. Will be sold at a bargain lnquireof MEYERS .t DICKERSON, oct2Htf Bedford, Pa. Y'AIJ'AMLK FARM FoRSALF,.— Y 200 acres, situate in Liberty Township, Bed ford County, on the Juniata river and Hunting don A Broad Top Rail Road. Well improved fine nipadows. fruit and timber —a very desira hie property, at the head of market—the property of Capt. Joseph S Reed. Will be sold cheap- For price, Ac., apply to JOHN P. REED, aug.24-tf. Att'y, at Bedford. VALUABLE FARM AND MILL \ PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE.—The undersigned offers at Private Sale, his larm and mill property, situate in Union township, Bedford county. Pa.."near the town of Marietta, containing about 200 ACRES, about 150 acres of which is cleared and in a good state of cultivation, and the balance is well timbered. There are TWO OR CHARDS of choice fruit trees on this property. The improvements are n GRIST MILL in good running order, SAW MILL, FOUR DWELLING HOUSES, a frame BANK BARN and other out buildings. Terms of sale will be made reasonable. Any person desiring to purchase can see the property by calling on the subscriber, on the premises. ug.3.-3m. ' AI < 'LIMIT S AKE T7\AH T ABLE LAND FOR SALE. \ —The undersigned offers for sale the follow ing valuable bodies of land : TIM EE CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND, containing 160 acres each, situated on the Illinois Central Railroad, in Champaign county, State of Illinois. 8 miles from the city of Urbana, and one mile from Rentual Station on said Railroad. Two of the tracts adjoin, and one of them has a never failing pond of water upon it The city of Urbana contains about 4,000 inhabitants. Champaign is the greatest wheat growing county iu Illinois. ALSO — One-fourth of a tract of land, situated in Broad Top township. Bedford county, contain ing about 45 acres, witb all the coal veins of Broad Top running through it. ALSO — Three Lulr in the town of Coalmont. Huntingdon county. Jan 26. 'GO—tf F. C. REAMER. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT V PRIVATE BALE.—One lot of ground in the centre of Bloody Run, fronting on Main street about sixty-five feet, one of the very best business locations in Bloody Run. Also, ten acres of wood land, adjacent to Bloody Run, lying on tbe Bed ford Rail Road, containing first rate iron ore and having thereon a never-failing spring of water. For particulars inquire at the store of Mrs. S. E. Mann. Bloody Run, or of Dr. Ilickok, Bedford, Pa. Dec 15. '65. (EXTENSIVE PRIVATE SALE 1j OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE —The un dersigned will sell at private sale, several adjoin ing and contiguous tracts of land, lying on the headwater- of Dunuing's Creek, in Bt. Clair town ship. Bedford county, containing 765 acres, now divided into four tracts, three tracts thereof con taining respectively 157, 163. aLd 183 acres and the other, being tbe Saw Mill tract, containing 262 acres. These tracts will be sold us they are or subdivided to suit purchasers The saw mill tract contains a FIRST CLASS SAW MILL, with a never-failing head of water, and is in the midst of a TIMBER REGION un surpassed for the quality of timber. One other of the tracts contains an enviable site for a TAN YARD, with ail the advantages of water, and is alongside of Chestnut Ridge, where the resources for Bark are inexhaustible. lilt) acres of the land is bottom, mostly covered by large sugar trees. 300 acres are cleared and in a good slate of cultivation, and tho balance well timbered. There are THREE DWELLING HOUSES, up pon the premises and THREE BARNS, with other outbuildings. The Fruit is choice and in abund ance upon some of these tracts. This property lies 12 miles North of Bedford, and in a country noted for its good roads, leading North, South. East and West, to Bedford, Ilollidaysburg. Johnstown, and other points, on the Penn'a Central Railroad. Farmers, Lumbermen, Tanners and Speculators should examine tbe premises, as these lands will be sold on fair and reasonable terms T 11. LYONS, junß,'66. N. J. LYONS. F) EDUCTION IN PRICE V OF THE AMERICAN MATCHES, MADE AT WALTHAM, MASS. In consequence of tho recent great improvements in our manufacturing facilities, wc have reduced our prices to as low a point as thev can bo placed WITH GOLD AT PAH. so that no one need hesitate to buy a watch now front the expectation that it will be cheaper at some future time. The test of ten years, and the manu facture and sale of MORE THAN 200,000 WATCHES, have given our productions the very highest rank among tint keepers Commencing with the deter mination to make only thoroughly excellent watch es, our business has steadily increased as the pub lic became acquainted with their value, until for months together, we have been unable to supply the demand. We have repeatedly enlarged our factory buildings until they now cover over three acres of ground, and give accommodation to more than eight hundred workmen. We arc fully jus tified in saving that we now make more than ONE-HALF OF ALL THE M ATCHES sold in tbe United States. The different grades are distinguished by the following trade-ii.arkson the plate: 1. "American M atch Co/' M'althatn, Mass. 2. "Applcton, Tracy A Co." M'althatn, Mass. 3. "P S. Bartlett.' M'altham, Mass. 4. "Wn. Eliery." 5. Our LAIUES' M'ATCII of first quality is named "Appleton, Tracy fc Co." M'altham, Muss. 6. Our next quality of Ladies' M'ntch is named "P. S. Bartlett," M'altham. Mass. These watches are furnished in a great variety of sizes and styles of eases. The AMERICAN WATCH CO. of M'altham, Mass.. authorize us to state that without distinction of trade-marks or pr.ee, ALL the products of their Factory are Fl LLY W AKRANTED to be the best time-keepers of their class ever made in this or any other country. Buyers should remember that un like the guarantee of a foreign maker who can never be reached, this guarantee is good at all times against the Company or their agents, and that if after the most thorough trial, any watch should prove defective in any particular, it may be always exchanged for another. As the Ameri can Watches made at M'altham, are for sale by dealers generally throughout the country, we do not solicit orders fur singlo Watches. CAPTION.—The public are cautioned to buy only of respectable dealers. All persons scliiug'coun terfeits will be prosecuted. BOBBIN'S & APPLETON. Agents for the American Watch Company, octlltml 182 Broadway, N.Y. EVV PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY The undersigned IIHS fitted up a new Photograph Gallery, 3 doors M est of Dr. llarry's Drug Store, where is prepared to MAKE PICTURES of any size and style desired, from the small breast-pin size up to life size. lie also keeps a large assortment of FA N(' 1 ' CASES, POCKET ALBUMS, ALBUMS tor the cei tro-tahle, Gilt Frames, Rosewood Frames, Gilt Moulding and Rosewood Moulding lor Frames, Cor 1 and Tassels for hanging frames. Mill also COPi PICTURES from Ambro types. Photographs, Engravings, etc., and enlarge them to any size desired. Having all the late improvements in the art and being engaged in the business longer than any other man in the county he can assure his custo mers that he will make better work than can be had at any other establishment. He was the first man to introduce tbe AMBROTY E\ •• M EI. A LXO TYPE", FERROTYPE; " " PHOTOGRAPH, and is the only one who can make the beautiful ALBA TYPE or PORCELAIN PICTURES of recent discovery. IM" Terms 25 per cent, cheaper than any other place in the county. T. K. GETTY'S. nov.'J.-m,'!. VV"ANTED, AG E N TS!! Great I Y chance for Agents in every county of our glorious Union, to sell our Maps, Chart- and Pho tographs. Good Agents are makings2oo amonth. New charts issued monthly. Everybody will find this a respectable and profitable business, as wo offer large inducements. Send tor circular and particulars. Address HAASIS A LUBRECIIT, Publishers of popular Maps, Charts, etc., nov2w2 ItW Liberty St., New York. / 1 I"NS AND LOCKS.—The under \ JT signed respectfully tenders his services to (lie people of Bedford and viciuity, as a repairer of Guns and Locks. Ail work promptly attended to L. DEFIBAUGH. sep 28, *66—tf MAMMOTH SALE BILLS, print ed at short notice. Large Bills make large sa.es. We know it to be so. TRY IT! It will much more than pay the extra expense of print ing. Call at THE GAZETTE JOB OFFICE