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OK EAT SUCCESS
BEDFORD CO MITCAL OIL COMPANY.
Over 50,000 Shares Already Sold.
Capital Stock $150,000, Par Value SI.OO.
.Xe Favoritism. Every Subscriber on the Ground
The property of the above named company, which
is about being organized under the mining laws of
Pennsylvania, consists of the following valuable
territory, to wit: *
1. A lease of one half acre, known as "No. 3,"
on the Tenney St Storrow purchase, on Cheny Run,
Venango county, Pa., just above the celebrated
"Reed" well and within a stone's throw of a well
just struck, flowing at present 100 barrels per day.
A new derrick erected upon the lot. One half the
oil to the company.
2. A lease of one half acre, in close proximity
To the above, known as "No. 6," on the Tenney \
Storrow purchase on Cherry Run. A new derrick
erected upon the lot. One half the oil to the com
3. The refusal for sixty days, of a lease on Sugar
Creek, of two acres of ground; five-eighths of the
oil to the company.
4. Seven acres in t'*e simple on the waters of
Rrtchey Run, one mile from its junction with the
Allegheny, about the same distance from the Fox
and Widel well, owned by the "Stump Islands Oil
Company." Ail flat, boreahle territory, it present
under cultivation, with a good frame house upon it.
5. Three acres in fee simple on the Allegheny
river, just below the mouth of the Clarion river.
There is room cn this tract for a half dozen wells.
The "Allegheny and Clarion River Oil Company,"
of Philadelphia, aie now sinking several wells im
mediately opposite this property, wi'h excellent
prospects of success.
In presenting the above basis to (he public, it is
confidently believed that it cannot be excelied by
that of any ether company yet organized. The two
leases on Cherry Run are themselves worth more
than the territory of many companies which pro
fess to be based upon a million capital. The Cherry
Hun region has proved to be the surest oil-producing
territory yet discovered. Nine-tenths of the wells
bored on this stream have been successful. The
great "Reed" well, flowing 375 barrels per day. the
"Mountain" well flowing 100, and in fact nearly all
of the large wells yet struck, are located on Cher
It is proposed 'c cell a sufficient number of shares
to pay for the territory and raise woiking capital
for its at the low price of twenty-five
tents per share, thus placing every subscriber to this
fund on the ground-floor, and giving each subscriber
a pro rata interest in the territory, engines, atid other
property of the company, as well as the shares of
stock remaining unsold after the purchase money
and working capital are raised. From the nature of
the leases, boring upon them must be commenced
within sixty days from the 20th of April, 1865,
which is a sufficient guaranty that the company
will proceed without delay to the development of
JAMES B TARQUHAR,
SECRETARY AND TREASURER,
HENRY F. SMITH,
j. HENRY SCHELL,
B F. MEYERS,
J. M. SHOEMAKER,
F. D. BEEGLE.
OCTTersons desiring Stock in this flotopany will
please call immediately upon any one of the above
named officers of the Company. " v,
M. A. POINTS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA.
Respectfully otteis his professional services to the
CE?*Otfice with J. W. Lmgentelter, Esq.. on Juli
ana street, two doors South of the "Meagei House."
Bedford, Dec. 6, 1864.
ESPY M ALSIP~
ATTORNEY JT LAW, BEDFORD, PA.
Will faithfully and promptly attend to all business
entrusted to his care in Bedford and adjoining coun
ties. Military claims, back pay, bounty, Htc.,
Office with Mann tt Spang, on Juliana street, two
doors South of the Mangel House. Jan. 2ft, '64.
i lUßorlant to Farmers.
Having purchased a large lot of the celebrated
'•FARMER MOWING MACHINES,"
before the big advance made by the manufacturers
of all machines in the winter, I now offer to those
who will first apply belore the 20th ol May, next,
Farmer Mowers at $140,J cash. This Mower is
considered the best ever invented, and the highest
testimonials of hundreds of farmers can he pran
ced. It is built almost entirely of IRON qr al r-KG,
cuts 4$ feet, light 2 horse power, easily managed,
and when properly worked is warranted not to clog
in the heaviest wet grass. It is greatly improved
and has but 200 pounds draft.
20 Gum Spring Grain Seeders,
at $lO less than manufacturers price, cash, it
before the Ist of June, next. 1 his is acknowledg
ed the "BEST DRILL IN THE WORLD.'
Combined Self-linking lisupers,
at less than present cost.
HAY, STRAW AND FODDER CUTTERS,
at winter rates.
Hardware oil all Kinds,
at leduced prices.
April 14, 1565. Bedford, f'a^
STAND FROM UNDER.
/aheap CORNER coming
D O A' N W I T H A CRASH.
J. B. FARQUHAR, has been to the City pur
chasing his Spring Stock, and takes pleasure in
stating he is fully prepared to sell
A reduction of from twenty-five to fifty per cent ;
0 N F0 R M E R PRICES.
U'E ask the public tc examine our stock, as we j
\\ are determined not to let any one under sel. us.
j. B. F ARQUHAR,
MARCH 25TH, 1805.
BROWN MUSLIN FIFTY CENTS,
CALICO TWF.NTY-FIVE CENTS,
DELAINES THIRTY-FIVE CEN l'S,
G1 OOD mackerel iu Bairels, half Barrels, Quar- j
f ters and Kits at
Flt It U. } l t!t 1 *
EAST PITT STREET,
Bedford, March 24, IS6I.
l' 1 ijpw 1 am engaged ii. selling the
| I Ta Erie Pump-certainly tb£
|j®\ only pump well adapted to
V iuJK this climate.
\ Persons in need of a good
\ pump will do well to give
\ me a call.
JbJ|& 02F"Orders from all parts
of the county will he attend
ed to with promptness.
1 JH Address:
WM. C. SXIVELY,
r as: Schellsburg.
fßmi* Aug. 1, ISC4.—3tn
Buy your Goods at
It E 1) U C E 1) PRIC E .S:
ALL KINDS OF GOODS—
Calicoes, &c., &c.,
at greatly rduced prices for Cash, at i
CRAMER & COS.
March 24, 18G5.
MAN U FACTURER OF
CABINET-WARE, CHAIRS, &C.,
The undersigned being engaged in the Cabinet
making ousiness, will make to order and keep on
hand every thing in his line of manufacture.
BUREAUS, DRESSING STANDS, PAR
LOR AND EXTENSION TABLES,
CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, WASH
STANDS, SrC., SrC.
will be furnished at all prices, and to suit every
taste. COFFINS will also be made to order.
attention paid to all order* for work.
CCT-Shop on West Pitt Street, nearly opposite the
residence of George Shuck.
July 10, 1863.—tf
WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PA.
V. BTECKMAN, Proprietor.
This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom
modate the public in the best manner and on the
most liberal terms. A splendid
is attached to this hotel. [May 9, 1862.
i\cw Jlillinery Uooris.
Mrs. E. V. MOWRY
Has just received her
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
OF MILLINERY GOODS,'
which has been selected by a lady of Philadelphia,
o f mush experience, and most excellent taste.
had better avail themselves of the ad
vantage of examining her goods before purchasing
elsewhere, as she intends to sell at very shortprofit*
Bedford, June 9, 1863.
F O it 8A Ij e
A Farm in Bedford township, owned by John H.
Rush, about lour miles from Bedford, containing
ISO acres, about SO acres cleared, with log house,
log bam and other out-buildings thereon erected ;
also, an apple orchard thereon.
ALSO—A Tact of land containing fifteen acres,
about seven acres cleared with a story and a half
log house and log stable thereon erected, adjoining
lands of Joseph Brir.key, John A. lmgrund and oth
ers, situate in Juniata township. The cleared land
is in good order, and the balance well timbered, all
capable of easy improvement and cultivation.
ALSO— A tract of land in Harmon's Bottom, Ju
niata township, with log house, barn, &c., thereon
erected, containing 70 acres and allowance. Part
of this tract is cleared and under fence and in a good
state of cultivation—near to e school house, mill,
&c., adjoining lands of Scott, Low, Hughes and oth
ers, and lately purchased from William Hurley-
ALSO—A tract of land in Union township, con
taining 2-25 acres, 72 acres cleared, with alarm
house, tenant house, double log barn and new Saw
Mill thereon erected. Also, an apple orchard there
on—known as the "Snyder" or "Koons" property.
60 acres ot land—lo cleared and under fence
with a log house thereon erected, adjoining George
Troutman, George May and others, partly in Juni
atta and partly in Londonderry Townships, lately
owned by Andrew Wolford.
ALSO—I 66 acres near Stoierstown within £
mile of Broad Top Railroad—about 100 acres clear
ed, with a two story dwelling house—new bank
barn, stable. &c., thereon erected ; also, two apple
orchards thereon, of choice fruit. The soil is a
rich loam, an 1 capable of producing every variety
ot crops of this climate.
ALSO —l6O acres best quality of prairie—near
the Missouri river, close to the county seat of
Harrison county, lowa.
ALSO—Two 160 acre tracts, adjoining F.lkhorne
city, in the richest valley of the west - the Platte
Valley—about 20 miles west of Omaha city, and
close to tht great national or government road lead
ing west in Nebraska Territory.
ALSO—I6O acres, two miles above Omaha city,
on the great bend of the Missouri. This tract is
well timbered and very desirable. All of these
lands were located after a personal inspection and
careful examination of the ground, and ;an be well
relied upon for future wealth. Maps showing the
precise location are in my possession.
ALSO—Three desirable lots in Omaha City, Ne
ALSO—A lot of ground in the city ot Dacotah,
The above real estate will be sold at such prices
is to insure safe and profitable investments.
Notes <i obligations of any kind, that are good,
will be taken in exchange—particularly good bank
May 8, 1363. O. E. SHANNON,
C. D. M'CLEES & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, BBOGANS.
INDIA RUBBER SHOES.
NO 133 NORTH THIRD STREET
OPPOSITE CHERRY ST.,
Apr. 17, IS63— ly.
PAUL GRAFF, WM. H. WEIMER,
ISAAC VVATKIN, Tiros. SAPPINGTON.
GRAFF, WATKIN &CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS ISO SHOES,
No. 426 Market Street,
January 13, 1865—1y.
WM. W. PAUL.. D. J. HOAR
H. L. HOOD.
WM. U. I'AI L X CO.,
BOOT & SHOE
WA RE H0 USE,
623 Market St. & 614 Commeice St. above Sixth
December 16, 1864—1y.
WAKTMAA X l ALLLMAA,
(SUCCESSORS TO MICHAEL WARTMAN <V CO.)
Tobarro Snuff and Srijitt
No. 313 NORTH THIRD STREET,
Second door below Wood,
J. W. WARTMAN. H. P. ENGELMAN.
March 25, 18G4.
Arnold, .\ii*l>aiiin X \ir<!linger.
Importers, Jobbers, and Wholesale Dealers in
C L 0 THING.
Cloths Cassimeres, Testings, Tailors' Trim
Nos. 333 Market S reel, and 27 North Fourth Street,
(vFFERS great inducements to Wholesale Dealers
J from the Country, in quantity, quality, style,
prices and terms.
Merchants, Tailors and Dealers visiting Philadel
phia, will find it to their advantage to call and ex
amine stock and learn prices before purchasing else
where. Dec. 9, 1864 —ly
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADF.LPHIA-
Pa,, Diseases of the Nervous System, Spermator
rhoea or Seminal Weakness, Impotence, and other
affections of the Sexual Organs, Physical Debility
and Premature Decay—new acd reliable treatment,
in reports of the Howard Association, sent by mail
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address,
,)r. J. SVyj.LIN HOUGHTON, HOWARD ASSOCIATION
No. 2 ,-onth Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
July 9, 1864—1y.
Broke jail on the 10th inst., JACOB RF.YNARD.
about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, about 21 years
old, blue eyes light hair, fair complexion, fore fin
ger crooked on the right hand, light slouch hat,
j dark pants and vest, cavalry roundabout trimmed
| with yellow braid. The above reward will be paid
for his apprehension and delivery to me in Bed lord.
JOHN ALDSTADT, Sheriff.
June 10, 1.865—3t.
ADM! \ IST R A TORS' N OTIC E.
Letters of administration upon the estate of John
Smith, Esq., late of the Borough of Schellsburg,
deceased, have been granted by the Register of
Bedford county to the subscribers. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make prompt
payment, and those having claims against the es
tate will present the same authenticated for settle
ment. J. PIPER SMITH,
SIMON L. HAMAKER,
Jur.e 16, 1865—6t Administrators.
C. N. HICKOK, J. G. M 'HAINMITR.,
Office in the Bank Building, Juliana St.
All operations, pertaining to Surgical or Mpchan
tcal Dentistry carefully and faithfully performed,
Bedford, January 6, 1662.
TA N N E R Y F0 R S A LF. !
THE undersigned offer for sale, their valuable
limestone fann situated in Bedford township, Bed
foid county, adjoining lands of Philip Zimmers,
Charles Smith and others, containing 250 acres.
200 acres of which are cleared and in a rich state
of cultivation balance well timbered. This prop
erty lies about 4 miles North of Bedford, on Dun
riing's Creek, near the Bedford and Hotlidaysburg
Turnpike. There are upon the farm a
LARGE BRICK DWELLING-HOUSE,
A large Bank Barn and other important buildings.
There is also a fine orchard of apple, peach and
other fruit trees upon the premises. The farm is
divided into fields of 14 acres each, enclosed with
post and rail fence. About 50 acres are in meadow.
There is an excellent spring of never failing water
close to the Dwelling-House. Also, upon the
Southwest corner of the farm, there is locateu,
A LAKGE TAWEIiV.
Containing 100 vats, with all the necessary build
ings, the whole yard being under roof. Tne - tan
nery is now and has been for years, in sucee-sful
operation. Twenty-five acres of the farm wili be
sold with the tannery, if the latter be sold separ
ately. Upon these twenty-five acres there are six
ten nt houses.
For further particulars address
T. H. & N. J. LYONS,
March 17, 1865. BEDFORD, Pa.
GOO D H
J. M. SHOEMAKER'S
His customers and the public generally are in
vited to call and examine for themselves.
ARE OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
TO YOLR OWN INTEREST
BY EXAMINING MY STOCK.
A LARGE LOT OF
Roots and Shoes,
OF EXCELLENT QUALITY,
AND VERY CHEAP,
form a part of my new stock.
MENS' SUMMER WEAR,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Ladies' Press Goods,
QUEENSWARE, &C., &C-
All to be had at the store of .J- M. Shoemaker.
Bedford, April 7, 18G5.
The undersigned having taken charge of the Bed
ford Hotel, foimerly kept by Col. John Hafer, an
nounces to the public that he will be able to afford
the best, accommodations, both to the traveling pub
lic and home custom. The house will be improved
and re-fitted, and the Bar will always be well sup
plied with choice liquors. His table will be sup
plied with the choicest edibles of the season, and
he will spare no pains to make it suitable for all.
His stable is one of the best in Bedford, and a good
hostler will always be in attendance.
[G7 = "Boarders taken by the week, month or year.
Terms reasonable. The public are respectfully in
vited to give him a call.
JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER.
Bedford, January 15, 1864.
THE MENGEL HOUSE,
JULIA.IA STREET, BEDFORD, PA.
The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform
the travelling publtic that he has recently enlarged,
improved and refitted his house, both for the ac
commodation of travelers and boarders, as well as
country customers. Persons coming to this place
for the purpose of visiting the Bedford Springs, will
find this house pleasantly located.
Ample and convenient Stabling is attached to
this Hotel, which will always be attended by a care
ful hostler. Also a safe and convenient carriage
All are invited to give him a call.
ISAAC MENGEL, Proprietor.
A.nnl. 15. 1864.
HAS ON HAND
AND CONSTANTLY KEEPS
A FULL SUPPLY
OF JILL KINDS OF GOODS.
WHICH HE WILL SELL CHEAP FOR
OASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE
j Bedford. Jan. 8, 1 BG4
BMUIIO CODIill SYRUP. j
For Coughs f Colas, Croup, Co ,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting B/o"d,
Pain and Weakness of the Breast, j
Difficult]/ of Breathing, Sfc.
rpHIS is no new remedy. It has been used Save,
} for a number of years in Maryland and
parts of Pennsylvania, and has, wherever
known, acquired an unprecedented reputation
for curing the vanous diseases for which it is
So apparent is its usefulness, and so remark
able has been its cures, that it is fast super- your
ceding everv other remedy for those diseases.
The afflicted can rely upon it doing as much
for them, and in many cases more than any
other remedy now before the public.
It is recommended arid prescribed in the
practice of a large number of the most intel- Chit- -
iigent and able physicians of Maryland. It dren.
is used and considered an indi pen-able house
hold remedy by a large portion of the first
families of the State.
It is used by ali classes of society, and the
universal opinion is that it is good. Fhis
Syrup is purely Vegetable Compound, it is I\a
pleasant lo take, and never does injury. But
owing to its purifying qualities, must do good
under any circumstances. Its effects are tru
ly wonderful, soothing, calming, and a laying child !
the most violent coughs, purifying, strength
ening and invigorating the whole system,
calming and soothing the nerves; aiding and
facilitating expectoration, and healing the need
thus striking at tie root of disease, and dri
ving it Irom the system.
GROUP. die of
This disease is announced by difficulty of
breathing, shrill whistling or wheezing, hack
ing cough and threatened suflbcatian. be. It
mostly occurs in young children. No child croup
need die of croup if this Syrup is properly
used and used in time. Mothers having cieupy
children should watch the first show of the
disease, and always keep this remedy at hand, if this
For coughs after measles this syrup is most
| excellent. Experience has proven that it is
equalled by no other preparation.
The price of the remedy is such as to place syrup
| it within the reach of all, the poor as well as
j the rich, and every person should have it.
Every person should have it in the bouse.
:Itis a true and faithful friend to ah who val- is
I ue health and wish to seeure themselves a
j gainst that mo-t terrible disease, conump
| tion. It wijjj be found the mo-t useful as vt -II
jas the cheapest family medicine in the world, use I j
I It has been used foi the last four years with
! a success without a parallel.
Price 40 cts. per bo'tie, or three bottles for
j SI.OO. Prepared by S. A. Poutz & Bro. in
| For sale by H. C. Reamer and If. F. Harry
[ Druggists, Bedford, Pa.
j December 23, IS64—ly. lime. I
SIIRIAER'S IMMAV VERMIFUGE
i OINCE the introduction ol this beautiful ptepara
| lion, it has been steadily advancing into public l'a-
I vcr. Its astonishing efficacy in expelling worms
! has won for it many friends wherever known, and i
' these are speak [gi m .vvs,wn| ing its praise to
j others, so that b "<it is fast being
j introduced TO every family in
j the land. 3be for it is
becoming im*> DESTROY ,mense. To make
lit still S worthy the pref
| erence already WORMS! shown it, the
j PROPRIETOR isputting it up in
a much handsomer style than formerly. It is now
prepared with the greatest care of uniform strength,
with plain directions, so that any one can adminis
| ter it.
li is entirely Vegetable—Perfectly Safe
! And has never been known to fail to expel worms,
where worms existed. The proprietors boldly as
sert that it is superior to any otrier preparation ir.
C3 I "Ask forSHKINER'S INDIAN VERMIFUGE,
and take no otber.
'.'Prepared fy S. A. Foutz & Bro., and for sale
j at the diug stores of Reamer and Harry, Bedford,
i Pa- December 23, 1864—1y.
THE ISa safe and reliable remedy tor the cuie of
J Rheumatism, Painful Nervous Affections, 1
Sprains, Burns, Swellings and a!! diseases re-
BEST quiling oil external application on man.
OR horses it will never fail to cure Pole- j
evil, Fistula, old running sores, or Sweeney, |
LINI- it properly applied. For sprains, bruises,
MENT scratches, crooked hoofs, chafes, saddles or
collar gall, cuts or wounds, it is an infallible
FOR remedy. Try it and be convinced of its effi- I
R II E l 31 A T I 8 M .
Man Persons afflicted with this disease no mat- j
ter of how long standing, can be promptly
and effectually cured by using this Mixture.
AND There is nothing in the world so sure and I
so good to take away harf corns, and cure
BEAST Frost Bites as this preparation. Try it and
satisfy yourselves, Price 25 and 50 cents i
sow per bottle. Prepared by
S. A. FOUTZ, Baltimore, Md.
IN USE. CCP*F'or sale ST* the drug stores of Re imer j
and Harry, Bedford, Pa. [Dec. 23, '6l—ly
CELEBRATED HORSE AND CATTLE
rPHESE Powders have proved after a tiia! of
j several years, to be superior to any prep
aration of the kind in use. The chief superi
ority of these powders arises from the fact
that they are composed of medicines that have
Laxative, Tonic and Purifying propertits.—
The laxative ejects crudities from the stomach
j_and intestines, the tonic gives strength to the—
—system ol the Horse, and the purifying
SCmes contained in them cleanse the blood, and p
££lay the foundation for a vigorous and healthy x
The use of them improves the
wind, strengthens the appetite and gives the
horse a fine, smooth and glossy skin—thus im- j
proving the appearance, vigor and spirit of
this noble animal.
These powdeis are not intended, as most
powders are, to bloat the animal, so as to give '
him the appearance of being fat when not re- I
ally so—but, to remove the disease and pro- j
mote his general health.
1 hese powders will strengthen the stom
ach and intestines, cleanse them from offen
sive matter, and bring them to a healthy
state. They are a sure prevention of Lung
Fever, and a certain remedy for all diseases j
incident to the Horse, as Glanders, Yellow
Water, Distempers, Founder, Heaves, Slav
ering, Coughs, Fevers, Loss of Appetite, and
Vital Energy, See—These Powders, if used
two or three times a week, through the win
and spring, your horse will never get the
Lung Fever, Cone or Botts. A few doses of >■ I
*3 these powders will remove the worst cough, H
Hon any horse. Were owners of horses to Hi
jj~ teed a f-w of these powders every year, they p.
mightsj -e the lives of many valuable horses *
The pi .perties this powder possesses in in
creasing the quantity of milk in cows, g ves
it an importance and value which Ciould
place it in the hands of every person keep
ing a cow. in fattening cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens their hide, and makes
them thrive much laster. ~ .
r~ HOGS. ©
j Q iii ail diseases of swine, as coughs, uiceis ?5
j in the lungs and liver, Stc., by putting from m
| 9° half a paper to a paper of these powders in rr
a barrel of swill, the above diseases can be !
cured or entirely prevented. By using these
- powders the hog cholera can be prevented.
Prepared by S. A. FOUTZ,
sale at the Drug Stores of Reamer
I and Harry, Bedford, Pa. Dec. 23—Iy i
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