The Bedford gazette. (Bedford, Pa.) 1805-current, September 15, 1865, Image 4
Business £ari)s. JOSEPH W. TATE, ATTOR NEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. Vf '1 promptly attend to collections of bounty, k pay, >\ e ~ and all business entrusted to his care Een ford and adjoining counties. Cash advanced on judgments, notes, military and other claims. Has for sale Town lots in Tatesville, and St. Jo seph's, oil Bedford Railroad. Faimsand unimproved land, from one acre to 900 acres to suit purchasers. Office nearly opposite the "Mengel Hotel" and Bank of Reed Ik Schell. April 1, IS6s—ly EDWARD F. KERR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, Pi., Will punctually and carefully attend to all business entrusted to his care. Soldiers' claims for bounty, bick pay, &c., speedily collected. Office with H. Nicodemus, Esq., on Juliana street, nearly opposit the Banking House of Reed & Schell. April 7, 18G5. F. M MARBOURG-, M. D., SCHELLSBURG. PA, Tenders his professional services to the people of that place and vicinity. Office immediately oppo site the store of John E. Colvin, in the room for merly occupied by J. Henry Schell. July 1, 1861. A. H. fOFFRRTK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Somerset, Pa. Will hereafter practice regularly in the several Courts of Bedford county. Business entrusted to his care will be faithfully attended to. December 6, 1861. J. R. DtiRBORR#W. JOHN LUTZ. DTJRBORROW & LUTZ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA., Will attend promptly to all business intrusted to their care. Collections made on the shortest notice. They are, also, regularly licensed Claim Agents and will give special attention to the prosecution of claims against the Government lor Pensions, back Pay, Bounty, Bounty Lands, &e. Office on Juliana street, one door South of the "Mengel House," and nearly opposite the Inquirer office. April 1, 1865 tf. JOII N P REE J> ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA., Respectfully tenders lus services to the Public. rEF"Office second door North of the Menge House. Bedford, Acg, 1, 1861. JOII \ PALMER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. KF"Will promptly attend to all business entrus ted to his care. KF"Particular attention pail tc the collection of Military claims. Office on Juliarma Street, (nea: ly opposite the Mengel House.) Bedford, Aug. 1, 1861. M. A. POINTS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. liaspectfully offeis bis professional services to the public. CF"Office with J. W. Lingenfelter, Esq., on Juli ana street, two doors South of the "Mengel House." Bedford, Dec. 9, ISCI. ESPY M- ALSIP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA Will faithfully and promptly attend to all business snnru ted to his care in Bedlord and adjoining coun ties. Military claims, back pay, bounty, &c., -peadly collected. Office with Mann & Spang, on Juliana street, two ioors South of the Mengel House. Jan. 22, '64. ft M. Kimmsll. I• w. Linoenfelter KIMMELL & LINGENFELTER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BEDFORD, PA. of7*Have tormed a partnership in the practice of be Law. Office on Juliana street, two doors South i the "Mengel House." G. H. SPANG. .TTORNEY AT LAW. BEDFORD, PA Will promptly attend to collections and all busi ness entrusted to his care in Bedford and adjoining t aunties. •£f"Otfice on Juliana Street, three doors south v " the "Mengel House," opposite the residence of Tate. May 13, 1564. JOHN T. KEAGY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA., KiH promptly attend to all legal business entrusted o ht care. Will give special attention to claims the government. Office on Juliana Street, formerly occupied by lon. A. King. March 31, 1860. J. L. MARBOURG-. M. D. Living permanently located, respectfully tenders s professional services to the citizens of Bedford ■ *y\ vicinity, tiffice tn Juliana street, east side, nearly oppo Jfe the Banking House o! Reed & Schell. Bedford, February 12, 1864. C. N. HICKOK, J. G. Minnich, JR., BBNfIST S, BEDFORD, PA. Office in the Bank Building, Juliana St. All operations, pertaining to Surgical or Mechan ,t Dentistry carefully and faithfully performed warranted. TERMS—CASH. Bedford, January 6, 1865. JACOB REED, J. J- SCHEL., REED WD SCIIELL, BANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, BEDFORD, PENN'A. INDRAFTS bought and sold, collections made t money promptly remitted. Deposits solicited. SAME EL KETTERMAN, COUNTY SURVEYOR, BEDFORD, PA., £7"Would hereby notify the citizens of Bedford mty, that he has moved ro the Borough of Bed 1, where he may at all times be found by persoss .•hing to see him, unless absent upon business ■-•rtaining to his office. Bedford, Aug. 1,1661. NEW CARPETINGS. 1,000 Yards New Woel Carpets, 250 Yards Canton Matting, 500 yds J, j', £, J, Fioor Oil Cloths alt *' which will be sold at a small advance on 'astern wholesale, prices. ji. n. cruME/i iV co. une 9, 1565. llill Seat lor Sale. i orter for sale, on my farm in St. Clair township, * EXCELLENT MILL SF.AT, on a never failing *nm of water. It is situated in a good wheat .owing neighborhood, and is admitted by man} - to -♦ one of the best seats for a mill now vacant in the ounty. Persons desiring to purchase can call at ae premises, or address me at Alum Bank P. 0., ledford cocnty, Pa. JESSE WILLIS. , June 16, 1865—3 m. A MOST IMPORTANT DISCOVERY! INTKRESTIRRA To AOESIS, FARMERS, AND LADIES. We are making a single machine which combines the best and cheapest portable Wine and Cider Pres, the dryest Clothes Wringer, and the most powerful Lilting Jack in the woild. it is the only press a dapted to making Apple is now regarded as one of the most important discoveiies of ®e age. A good agent wanted in evpry county, to whom we will hold out such inducements as to ! insure SI,OOO before Christmas. The first one ma king application from any county shall have the ex clusive agency. Full particulars, terms, inc., by Circular. Address HALL, REED & CO., August 18. No. 55 Liberty St., N. i*. SHRINER'S BALSAMIC COUGH SYRUP. For CougfiS t ('olds, Croup, Whooping Cough, *lsthma, Bronchitis, Spitting Blood, Pain and Weakness of the Breast, Dijficulty of Breathing, 6fc. '"I'HIS is no new remedy. It has been used Save 1 for a number of years in Maryland and parts of Pennsylvania, and has, wherever known, acquired an unprecedented reputation for curing the various diseases for which it is recommended. So apparent is its usefulness, and so remark able has been its cures, that it is fast super- your ceding every other remedy for those diseases. The afflicted can rely upon it doing as much for them, ami in many cases more than any other remedy now before the public. It is recommended and prescribed in the practice of a large number of the most intel- Ch.il ligent and able physicians of Maryland. It drat. is used and considered an indispensable house hold remedy by a large porticn of the first families of the State. It is used by all classes of society, and the universal opinion is that it is good. This Syrup is purely Vegetable Compound. It is No pleasant to 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 allaying 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 DISEASED LUNGS, thus striking at the root of disease, and dri ving it from the system. CROUP. die of This disease is announced by difficulty of breathing, shrill whistlingor wheezing, hack ing cough and threatened suffocatian. Jtc. 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 creupy children should watch tfce 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 sach as to place syrup it within the reach of all, the poor as well as the rich, and every person should have it. K.very person should have it in the house. It is a true and faithful friend to all who val- is ue health and wish to secure themselves a gainst that most terrible disease, consump tion. It will be tound the most useful as well as the cheapest family medicine in the world, use I It has been used for the last four years with a success without a parallel. Price 50 cts. per bottle, Prepared by 8. A. Foqtz & Bro. For sale by H. C. Reamer and B. F. Harry Druggists, Bedlord, Pa. August 11, 1865—1y. time. §ll RISER'S !\DfA\ VKR.IIIFIGi: O kjIXCE the introduction ol this beautiful piepara tion, it has beeu steadily advancing into pubi.c fa vcr. Its astonishn g efficacy in expelling worms has won for it many friends wherever known, and these are speak mg its praise to others, so that£ Vit is fast being introduced TO Vevery family in the land. The*, < demand for it is becoming imb DESTROY < mense. To make it still rroreX * worthy the pref erence already WORMS? show:' •(, PROPRIETOR if !IW,V*>W,V,putting it up ,u 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. II is entirely Vegetable—Perfectly Safe ami Harmless, And has never beer, known to fail to expel worms, where worms exited. The proprietors boldly as sert that it is superior to any otner preparation in the world. Ask for SHRIXER'S INDIAN VERMIFUGB, and take no other. •£:> cents per bottle. *' Prepared by S. A. Foutz & lijo., ami for saie at the drug stores of Reamer and Harry, Bedford, p a- ♦ Augut 11, 1865—1y. FOUTZ'S MIXTURE. THE |Sa safe and re'iable remedy for the cure of ( Rheumatism, Painful Nervous Affections, Sprains, Burns, Swellings and ail diseases r> REST quiring an external application on man. On horses it will never lai I to cure Pole evil, Fistula, old running sores, or Sweeney, LINI- il 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 cacy. 11 H E I M A T ISM, MAN Peisons aff.icted with this disease no mat 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 so good to take away hart corns, and cure BF.AST Frost Bites as this preparation. Try it and satisfy yourselves, Price .50 and 75 cents NOW per bottle. Prepared by S. A. FOUTZ, Baltimore, Md. IN USE. of7"For sale at the drug stores ol Reamer and Harry, Bedford, Pa. [Aug. 11, '6s—ly F O I TZ' H CELEBRATED HORSE AND CATTLE P 0 W 1) E RS. rrHESE Powders have proved after a tiial of X several years, to be superior to any prep aration of the kind in use. The chief soperi ority of these powders arises from the fact that they are composed of medicines that have Laxative, Tonic and Purifying properties.— The laxative ejects crudities from the stomach —and intestines, the tonic gives strength to the of the Horse, and the purifying medi-<~ Svcines contained in them cleanse the blood, and Q ££lay the foundation for a vigorous and The use of them improves the wind, strengthens the appetite and gives the horse a fine, smooth and glossy skin—thus im proving the appearance, vigoi and spirit of this noble animal. These powdeis are not intended, as most jwwders are, to bloat the animal, so as to give Lim the appearance of being fat when not re ally so—but, to remove the disease and pro mote his general health. These powders will strengthen the stom ach and intestines, cleanse them from oft'en oive matter, and bring them to a healthy state. They are a sure prevention of Lung Fever, and a certain remedy for all diseases incident to the Horse, as Inlanders, Yellow Water, Distempers, Founder, Heaves, Slav ering, Coughs, Fevers, Loss of Appetite, and Vital Energy, inc.—These Powders, if used two or three times a week, through the vvin- and spring, your horse will never get the Lung Fever, Coiic or Botts. A few doses of i these powders will remove the worst cough, ""J on MI,/ horse. Were owners of horses to feed a fw of these powders every year, they L * ' mightsr - e'he lives of matiy valuable horses. MILCH COWS. The p. .perties this powder possesses in in creasing the ijaantity of milk in cows, gives it an importance and value which should place it in •he hands of every person keep ing a caw. in fattening cattle, it gives them a appetite, loosens their hide, and makas them thrive much taster. - HOGS. Z in all diseases of swine, as coughs, ulreis 3s in the lungs and liver, inc., by putting from C*3 • half a paper to a paper of these powders in a bartei of swill, the above diseases can be cured or entirely prevented, fly using these powders the hog cholera can be prevented. Prepared by S. A. FOfJTZ, Westminster, Md. j sale at the Drug Stores oi Reamer j and Harrv, Bedford. Pa Aug. 11 —lv T1 e above medicines can be had at manufacturers ! prices of Johnson, HoMowav fk Ooivden. Phil'a., J. j J. Bender, Pittsburg, Laughton & Fushfield, Wheel- i ing, V. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Letters of administration upon the estate of Wil- . i liam J. Brant, late of Cumberland Valley township, ! deceased, having been granted to the subscriber, all ■ persons irdebted to said estate are requited to make ( immediate payment, and those having claims wil! I present them nroperly authenticated for settlement, j JAMES CF. V SNA, Adm'r. ! August IS—6t GEMTL E M E JF are requested to call and look at our stock of ] BLACK FRENCH CLOTH AND CASSLMERES, i ! Just opened at A. B. CRAMER & CO'S. j July 21. W A Ol* S. TWO NEW TWO HORSE WAGONS, for sale on a liberal credit. A. B. CRAMER At CO. .July 21, 1865. B A R G A I JYS . i LIGHT SHALLIES, DELAINES, and ALL Stfn mer Goods at REDUCED BRICKS, at July 21. CRAMER'S. MENS and BOYS' WEAR, of every description for sale cheap at Farqubar's Cheap Corner. [Je 23. A FULL SUPPLY OF NEW GOODS Just received and for sale cheap, at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S SHAD, MACKEREL AND HERRING, For sale at Shoemaker's Cheap Store. [Je 23. MUSLIN, from 20 cents up, CALICO from 17 cts. up. or 6 yards for a dollar, at j June 23. SHOEMAKER'S. j COFFEE, SUGAR, SYRUP, MOLASSES, TEA, ! White and Brown SUGAR, RICF-, d-c., just received j at SHOEMAKER'S. | A NEW SUPPLY OF HATS, all sir.es, just re i eeived at he cheap store of June 23. J. M. SHOEMAKER. ! A full assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATINETTS, JEANS, and READY MADE CI.O --■ THING, at Shoemaker' 6 Cheap Store. [Je 23. If you want cheap BOOTS and SHOES, call at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S. All persons in search of BARGAINS, can be sup : plied by calling at J. M. Shoemaker's store. SPICF-S, of all kinds, for sale at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S.* TUBS, BUCKETS and BASKETS for sale at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S. WANTtD. 5,000 pounds of Good Washed WOOL, for winch the highest market price will be paid in Cash or Store Goods, at June 23. J >l. SHOEMAKER'S. A splendid assortment of Summer DRESS GOODS just received and for saie at June 23. FARQUHAR'S. ' BEST BROWN MUSLIN, at from 20 to JO cents, at FARQUHAR'S. 500 yards CARPET, just received and for sale (cheap) at Farqunar's Cheap Corner. [June 23. A. B. CRAMER & CO , Hive received their usual supply of &£-, MiiCi Summer Goods. Every body in search ol E A LI U A 1 . is especifully invited to give us a call. June 2, 1565. EXCHANGE HOTEL, HUNTINGDON. Pa. WM. C. McNULTY, Proprietor. Terms inotlt-'rate tsj sit it tJot times. j April 29, 1865 ly TREMDOIS excitement: The Great OF •Wtr Summer Goods NOW GOING ON AT P. A. REED'S | -S:TORE. No Charge for Admission! Come and see our splendid assortment of Summer ' Goods. We have on hand all kinds of SUMMER WEAR, for MEN AND BOY S, LADIES'DRESS GOODS, Straw Hats, Linen Coats, et cetera, et cetera. We also keep constantly on hand a fine as sortment of a U E E N S W ARB, unsurpassed in beauty and excellence, which we sell Cheaper than the Cheapest. Our GROCERIES are always of the best in the market. and examine before buying elsewhere. We return our thanks to our customers for past favors and respectfully solicit a continuance of their i patronage. j July 14. P. A. HEED $lO to £'2o Dollar* per ilay. | Wanted an active and energetic man in each coun- I ty, in the United States, to secure for himself the exclusive light to sell "Miller's Metallic Broom Head," (by the use of wbich every one is his own broom maker, without the aid of cords or tvinjs of any kind,) patented June 13tb, 1865. We can sub etantiate the assertion that agents are now clearing from $lO to S2O per day. Ac active energetic man can sell from 1000 to 3000 in a county. Inclose stamp for a circular, giving fall particu lars and address, MILLER & DIAL, July 7, 1865. Cincinnati, Ohio. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters of administra tion hive been granted to the subscriber on the es tate of John Robison, late of Southampton township, dee'd., and that al! persons indebted to said estate are notified and required to make immediate pay men'. am! those having claims can present them du ly authenticated for settlement. NATHAN KOBISON, Adm't. Agust u 18—6t* LAST NOTICE. Ail persons indebted to the estate of Joseph W. Sleek, late of Napier township, deceased, by .book account or otherwise, are requested to make pay ment on or before the first day of October next, as longer indulgence will not be given. GEORGE H. SLEEK. August 11, 18C5.* A Hotel tor .Sale. The undersigned offers at private sale, his Hotel, containing ten large bed rooms, with bar room, side room, parlor, sitting room, dining room and kitchen, with all the modern improvements of a first class hotel, it ts at present doing a good business. This hotel is situated in the middle of the Broad Top ! Coal region, in the town of Coaldale. Possession ; given at any tim . The property will be sold on j easy terms. For farther paiticulars apply on the j premises, to PATRICK DRHEW. July 7, 1 I uiportan tto Far ill e i'**- "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, 1 now orter to those who will first apply before the 20th of May, next, Farmer Mowers at $140,J cash. 1 his Mowei is j considered the best ever invented, and the highest testimonials of hundreds of farmers can ke pKuiu- , ced. It is built almost entirely of IRON iV STEEL, i cuts 4l> feet, light 2 horse power, easily managed, and when properly worked i- warranted hot to clog in the heaviest wet grass. It is greatly improved and has but 200 pounds draft. ALSO, 20 Gum Spring Grain Seeders, at SlOless than manufacturers price, CASH, ! bought before the Ist of June, next. This is acknowledg ed the "BEST DRILL IN THE WORLD." ALSO, COMBINED /SELF-JINKING REAJ'ERS, at less than present cost. II AY, STRAW AND FODDER CUTTERS, at winter rates. Hardware ol all Kimls. at reduced prices. VVM. HARTLEY. April t-t, 1865. Bedford, Pa. STAND FROM UNDER. HHEAP CORN K It C O M 1 N G Vj D <) A' N VV (TH A CRASH. J. B. FARQUHAR, has been to the City pur chasing his Spring Stock, arid takes pleasure in stating he is fully prepared to sell AT A reduction of from twenty-five to fifty per rent 0 M FORMER PRICES. \Y" p: ask the public to examine our stock, as we \ V are determined not to let any one under sell us. COLONNADE BUILDING, J. B. F ARQUHAR, MARCH '2STH, 1865. I BROWN MUSLIN FIFTY CENTS, At CHEAP CORNER. CALICO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, At CHEAP CORNER. DELAINF.S THIRTY-FIVE CEN TS, At CHEAP CORNER. (1 OOD mackerel in Barrelß, half Barrels, Quar y ters and Kits at r a it <i t ii i it - s CHEAP CORNER! EAST PITT STREET, BEDFORD, March 24, 1564. A PUMPS!!! I I am engaged ir. selling the ! U°~T\ Erie Pump—certainly the fl; May, only pump well adapted to jrm this climate. v Persons in need of a good f 8 P urn P wi( Ido well to give | JK w me a call. (F~q3g [C7"Orders from all parts of the county wili be attend- L VW ed to with promptness. ADDRESS: |,l WAI.C. SNIVELY, 1 *S. Schellsburg. v*. i jßi Aug. 1, 1965—1y GREAT SALE OF WITCHES & JEWELRY, $1,000,000 WORTH! To be disposed of at ONE DOLLAR each, with out regard to value, not to be paid for un til you know what you are to receive. By A. H. Bowen <SC Co.. [Jlgents for the .Manufacturers,] No. 36 Beekmao Street, New York ol7~]iead the following list of articles to be sold for ONE DOLLAR:- 100 Gold Hunting Case Watches, each $125 00 100 " Watches, various styles, each 75 00 200 " Ladies' Gold Watches " 50 00 500 Silver Watches each S2O 00 to 35 00 6.000 latest style vest \ neck chains 5 00 to 20 00 j 5,500 Gents California diamond pins 5 00 to '2O 00 4,000 California diamond ear drops 5 00 to 10 00 I 3,000 Miniature revolving pins 5 00 to 10 00 | 2'ooo California Diamond & enamelled Gent's scarf pins new styles 500to10 00 2,000 Masonic and Emblem Pins 300to10 00 2,500 Gold Band Bracelets, engiaved 3 00 to 20 00 3,000 Jet and Mosaic Brooches 3 00 to 10 00 2,000 Cameo Brooches 5 00 to 20 00 3,000 Coral Ear Drops 1 00 to 6 00 2,000 Ladies' Watch Chains S 00 to 15 00 6,000 Gent's Pins, a splendid assort't 2 00 to 10 00 4,000 Solitaire Sleeve Buttons 3 00 to 10 00 i 3,000 Studs & Sleeve Buttons, in sets 3 00 to 10 00 5,C00 Sleeve Buttons, plain & engia'd 200to 800 j 10,000 plain and engiaved rings 2 s(fto 1( 00 8,000 Lockets, richly engraved 2 00 to 10 00 j 15,00 0 sets Ladies' jewelry, new and latest styles 6 00 to 12 00 5,000 Handsome Seal Rings 3 00 to 8 00 2,000 sets Bosom Studs 2 50 to 6 00 2,000 Gold Pens and Gold Holders 15 00 to 25 00 1,000 Sets Jet and Gold Pins & Ear Drops, latest styles, very rich 6 00 to 10 00 2,000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils. &c., 4 00 to 6 00 10,000 Gold Pens, and Silver cases 500 to 300 10,000 Gold Pens, Ebony holders 4 00 to 6 00 This entire list <f beautiful and valuable goods will be sold for ONE DOLLAR each. Certificates of all the above articles will be placed lu envelopes, and 3aaled. These envelopes are sent by mail, as ordered, without regard to choice. On the receipt ! of the certificate you will see what you are to have, I and then it is at your optica to send the dollar and j take the article, or not. Five certificates can be ordered for $1 ; eleven for $2; thirty for $5; sixty-five for $10; and one hundred for sls. We will send a single certificate on the receipt of 25 cts. Agents wanted to whom we offer special terms ; send 25 cents for one cer tificate mid our circular with terms. A. H. ROWEN & CO., 36 BEEKMAN STREET, N. Y. May 19—6 m y O. Box 4270. NEW GRIST MILL Aj\ 1) LIME STO JY E F ARM FOR SALE. The undersigned oilers his new gnsf mill tn Bed ford township, for sate, together with 132 acres ol limestone land. The mill contains two pairs burrs and one pair of chopping stones of a tir-t rate quality, with all the modem improvements of mills for merchant and country work. The land is well improved and in good state of cultivation with farm house and barn, mill house, barn, &c., ihefon erected. This prop erty lies about five iniles from Bedfoid, in the heart ot the "Butch Corner," with nurneious good roads to the mill and liotn the mill to Bedford and the ter minus ol the Bedlord Rail Road. The stream which supplies the mill is from springs of the neighborhood and from the mountain, which, in general, affords sufficient water power the whole year. The mill is entirely new and is a very desi rable property, and will he sold on reasonable terms. Foi particulars apply to the undersigned or to O. K. Shannon, of Bedford, Fa. The undersigned will also sell his tract of land, known as the "Feight saw mill tract," containing 103 acres, about 75 acres cleared. This is also lime stone land, with house, saw mill, stable, he , there on erected. !t is on Cove Creek. The water pow er is regular and inexhaustible. It lies in Friend's Cove, seven miles from Bedlord and six miles from the terminus of the Bedfoid Rail Road. JONATHAN BOWSER. August 11, ISC5—3m PUBLIC SALE OF rALUA RLE REAL ESTATE. The undersigned offers his farm for sale in East Providence township, to be sold at public sale on the premises, on SATURDAY, 30ti SEPTEMBER, next, at one o'clock. It contains 23) acres of red shale land, of a good quality, and in a goad state of cul tivation. About 100 acres are cleared and under feuce —the balance is well timbered. The improve ments aie a good Log-Frame Dwelling House, Frame Ram, and convenient out-buildings. The property lies within half a mile of the turn pike and close To the rente of the Southern Penn sylvania Kail Road. There is an orchard of choice fruit on the farm, arid every field except three is watered with never failing streams. The property will be sold low on terms of one third in hand, and balance in two equal annual pay ments. The owner has determined on going to the west, which is his reason for selling. Address the undersigned at Ray-hill P. O-, Red ford county. Pa., or Joseph W. 'late, Esq., Bedford, or John C."Black, Bloodv Run. JOHN FILLHR. August 11, 1865. C. D..M'GLEES & CO. IVholesn!e. Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, AND INDIA RUBBER SHOES. NO 133 NORTH THIRD STREET OrrOSITE CHERRY ST., PHILADELPHIA. Apr. 17, 1863—1y. FLEMING Hul l IRAV WITH | PAUL GRAFF, WM. H. WEIJCER, ISAAC WATKIN, THOS. SAPPINQTON. GRAFF, WATKIN & CO., Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS ISO SHOES, No. 426 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA, j January 15, 1865—1y. . WM. W. PAUL. D. d. HOAR H. L. HOOD. WITH WW. W. PALL A GO., WHOLESALE BOOT k SHOE W A It E II I) I S E , . i G23 Market St. Sc 614 Commeice St. above Sixth , PHILADELPHIA, j December 10, 1864—1y. WARTiVIAH & EAGELJIAA, , I j (Si CCESSORS TO MICHAEL WARTMAN lr CO.) :| Tob.wo §nuff and iji'ijar MANUFACTORY, No. 313 NORTH THIRD STREET, Second door below Wood, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. WARTMAN. H. P. ENGELMAN. March 2.5, 1804. FELIX HEYMAN WITH Arnold, I\n*haiim <fc Nirdlinger. i Importers, Jobbers, and Wholesale Dealers in C I. U THING, I lot lis, Cassimeres, Testings, Tailors' Trim mings, &c. Nos. 333 Market and 27 North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA. OFFERS great inducements to Wholesale Dealers from the Country, in quantity, quality, style, j prices and terms. Merchants, Tailors and Dealers visiting Philadel phia, will find it to their advantage to eall and ex amine stock and learn prices before purchasing else where. Dec. 9, 1564 ly Save Money! Buy your Goods at R E I) IT C E I) PRICES! ! ALL KINDS OF GOODS Carpetings, Muslins, Calicoes, &c., &c., at greatly rduced prices for Cash, at CRAMER & GO'S. March 24, 1865. KIVIIA It D GEO. MANUFACTURER OF CABINET-WARE, CHAIRS, &C., BEDFORD, PA. The undersigned being engaged jn the Cabinet making ousiness, will make to order and keep oa hand every thing in bis line of manufacture. BUREAUS, DRESSING STAJYDS, PAR LOR AND EXTENSION TABLES, CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, WASH STANDS, SfC., 4C. will be furnished at all prices, and to suit every taste. COFFINS will also be made to order. UTTrompt attention paid to all orders for work. K7"Shop on West Pitt Street, nearly opposite the residence of George Shuck. RICHARD LEO. 1 July 10, 1863.—tf j VALUABLE FARM AM) T A N N F. K Y FO R S A I, F. • THE undersigned offer lor rale, their valuable 11 nestone farm situated in Bedlord township, Bed foid county, adjoining lands of Pbiiip Znnmers Ch; rles Smith and others, containing 250 acres' 200 acres of which are rleared and in a rich state ot i ultivation balance well timbered. This prop erty lies about 4 miles North of Bedford, on Run ning's Creek, near the Bedlord and Hollidaysburg Turnpike. There are upon the farm a 4 LARGE BRICK DWELLING-HOUSE. A large Bank Barn and other important buildin°; There is also a fine orchard of apple, peach and other fruit trees upon the premises. The farm is divided into fields of II acres each, enclosed wan post and rail fence. About 50 acres are in meadow. There is an excellent spring of never failing water ; clo-.e to the Dwelling-House. Also, upon the Southwest cornel of the lann, there i- located, A EAIIOiE TAN AEIJ V, Containing 100 vats, with all the necessary build i mgs.the whole yard being under root. Tne tan | nery is now and has been for years, in successful ; operation. Twenty-five acres of the farm will be | sold with the tannery, if the latter be sold separ i ajely. Upon these twenty-five acres there are six j teu *nt houses. For fun her particulars address T. H. fx N. J. LYONS, March 17, 1865. Bkukokd, Fa. Spring and Goo D S AT J. M. SHOEMAKER'S CHEAP STORE, NOW OPENING. * His customers and the public generally are in vited to call and examine for themselves. ♦ HIS GOODS ARE OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST! LOOK TO VOIR OWN INTEREST BY EXAMINING MY STOCK. A LARUE LOT OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hoots and Shoes, / OF EXCELLENT QUALITY, AND VERY CHEAP, form a part of my new stock. MENS' SUMMER WEAR, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Ladies' Dress Goods, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, &C., &C. All to be had at the store of J. M. Shoemaker. Bedford, April 7, 1805. BEDFORD HOTEL. The undersigned having taken charge of the Bed ford Hotel, formerly kept by Co!. 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- Hi s stable is one of the best in Bedford, and a good hostler will always be in attendance. taken by the wpefc, 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, JULIANS. STREET, BEDFORD, PA. The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform the travelling public that he has recently enlarged, improved and refitted his house, both for the ac commodation of travelers and boarders, as wells' 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 camag house. All are invited to give him a call. ISAAC MENGEL, Proprietor. A.iril, 15. 1864. UHIOHHOTEL. WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PA V. STECK.M AN, Proprietor. This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom modate the public in the best manner and on the most liberal terms. A splendid LIVERY STABLE is attached to this hotel. [May 9 > New Millinery lioods. Mrs. E. V. MOWRY Has just received her SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF MILLINERY GOODS, which has been selected by a Philadelphia, of mush experience, and mos* celler.t taste. K7"Ladies had better avail themselves of the ad vantage of examining her goods before purchasing elsewhere, as she intends to sell at very sbortprofits Bedford. June 9,1865.