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AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE.
We hare appointed S. J, McCauslin, of this
place, and J. W . Bowen, of Napier tp., agents to
receive subscriptions and collect accounts for this
office They will visit our friends throughout the
county, in a short time, and, we hope, will meet
with a proper reception.
HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOPR.R.
—SIMMER ARRANGEMENT.—TIME TABLE. —Ex-
press Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.30 p. m., and
arrives at Huntingdon, at 4.45 p.m.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 7.45 a. in., and arrives at Mt Dallas,
at 10.59 a.m.
Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 6.10 a. in., ar
rives at Huntingdon at 910 a.m.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at G p. in., and arrives at Mt. Dallas at
8.57 p. m.
LIBERTY, LAW AND RIGHT!
No Monarchy, No Centralized
Despotism, No Negro States!
GRAND DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING!
The Democrats of Bedford county,
and all others not too unreasonable to
join hands with them in the great effort
about to be made by the calm and
thinking men of the country, to restore
the Union, to bring the government
back within the safe limits of the Con
stitution, to put an end to the political
confusion which now exists, to prevent
anarchy and renewed civil strife, tore
instate Republican governments in the
territory now ruled by the Five Mili
tary Monarehs, to avert the calamity
of Negro rule in the excluded States,
and to make some certain and reasona
ble provision for the ultimate extin
guishment of the Public Debt, are here
by invited to assemble at the Court
House, on MONDAY EVENING,
SEPT. 2. Addresses will be delivered
by distinguished speakers. -Let there
be a grand rally of the true friends of
the Republic. Come, Democrats;
Come, Conservatives; Come, reasonable
"Republicans;" Come, one and all, and
let us reason together.
Ch'n Dem. Co. Com.
W. C. SCHAEFFER, Sec'y.
Too BAD.— "What the blazes do
those fellows mean?" said one Repub
lican to annother, after reading the last
issue of the Inquirer. "I never saw such
a pack of fools! They praise up the
Democratic county ticket as the best
that ever was nominated, and then
want Democrats to vote against it!
One week they say the Democratic
Steward and Miller are the best men
that ever were at the Poor House, and
the next they ask us to vote for a change
in the management of the Poor House.
Ldon't think they know much, do you?"
Such is the talk among our Radical
friends in regard to the course of the
Inquirer. It is too bad that the efforts
of that paper to get its party into the
Poor House are so poorly appreciated
by its own partisans. Try again,"Swal
PO-T OFFICE REVIVED.— The Post
Office at Mann's ('hoice, which has been
closed for some time, has been re-open
ed, with Jacob Boblitzas Post Master.
This office, as well as the one at Dry
ltidge, now also closed, was greatly
needed. Petitions have been forwar
ded to the P. O. Department, for the ap
pointment of a Post Master at Dry
i -idge, but without effect. We hope the
Department will act in the matter, soon,
and appoint a Post Master at that of
HIIAMEFUL NEGLIGENCE.— After the
heavy rains of last week our people
were greatly inconvenienced by the
mud on Julianna street. The commu
nity will hold the Bedford Inquirer re
sponsible for this, as it is well known
that its editors could have dried up the
mud with a single editorial.
PHRENOLOGY. —Prof. W. A. Wallace,
lecturer on Phrenology, will shortly
visit a number of places in this county,
for thepurposeof illustrating the science
of the brain. We know Mr. Wallace
to be honest in his dealings with the
printer, and believe him to be an in
telligent and educated gentleman who
cannot fail to interest his hearers.
COURT WEEK. —Our country friends,
who purpose attending Court, next
week, will do well by calling in at the
fashionable clothing and hat emporium
of ft. W. Berkstresser & Co., on Juli
anna street, who are just openiugafme
assortment of goods that cannot fail to
please all who will call and examine
them. "Everybody buys 'em."*
THE MEANsshould be raised for such
an object as educating the orpbansiof
our gallant soldiers and sailors within
one month. Let all who are able re
spond, and it might be done in a week.
Let all who have no disposition for
charity, but simply want pictures and
want to purchase where they can be had
for the least money, buy of the Wash
ington Library Company of Philadel
phia, and more than enough might be
realized in a very short time. Read ad
RELIGIOUS. —A series of meetings
will be held at Mt. Smith, commencing
Sept. 6th. Several .Ministers will be in
attendance. J. F. CRAIG, Pastor.
ATTENTION is called to the adver
tisement of F. Gardner A Co., of Car
lisle, Pa., under head of "new adver
CIGARS.— D. W. Crouse, wholesale
manufacturer of C igars, all kinds, in
vites country dealers, and all others, to
call at his establishment, on West Pitt
street. Dan. makes good cigars.
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.— We
call attention to the school for young
ladies, advertised in another column.
This educational enterprise, recently
and successfully commenced, is the ex
pression of a desire and purpose on the
part of those interested in female edu
cation, to secure the establishment in
Bedford, ofa first-class Female Semin
ary. That such a Seminary is needed
j and that it would be an honor and a
| benefit to our community, no one can
doubt. This school is the incipient
step toward the accomplishment of this
end, and we hope that the succeeding
steps will be few and rapid. United
effort and a generous support will has
ten the consummation. Mrs. Bonuey
is a lady of large and successful experi
ence in the management of one of the
best institutions for young ladies in
our land, and brings her full share of
qualifications for a school ofa high or
der. It is our part to profit by these
ad vantages and to furnish the remaining
requisites for an institution in Bedford,
not only for our own daughters, but
the excellence of which shall commend
it to this entire section of our State. *
THE MERCERSBURG REVIEW.—The
July number of this work is on our ta
ble. It is a religious magazine, pub
lished quarterly, by S. It. Fisher & Co.,
51 North Sixth St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
and edited by Rev. H. Harbaugh, I). I).,
Mercersburg, Pa. The present number
contains artich s from the pens of Prof.
T. (J. Apple, Rev. S. X. Callender, Rev.
W. E. Krebs, Rev. Thos. S. Johnston,
Rev. S. 11. Giesy, Prof. J. W. Nevin,
Rev. W. M. Reily and Rev. D. Gans,
1). D. The elite of the ministry of the
German Reformed Church, are con
tributors to the work, and, therefore, it
cannot fail to be able and instructive.
The terms are three dollars per annum
in advance, or five dollars for two years
THE Galaxy, for September, contains
Some "Reminiscences of Dr. Anthon,"
the late distinguished classical scholar
and teacher, by Dr. Robert D. Nesmitli:
"A Carol of Harvest, for 1807," by Walt
Whitman; "Jean Ingelow's New Vol
ume," by Harriet Prescott Spofford;
"The Ladies of Llangollen," by Rev.
W.R.Alger; "Brigham Young and
Mormonism," by E. M. Tullidge, a
Mormon Elder; "Aunt Madeline's
Trial," a Short Story, by F. L. Curtis;
"Steven Lawrence, Yeoman," by Mrs.
Edwards; "Waiting for the Verdict,"
by Mrs. R. 11. Davis; and "Nebulte."
by the Editor. The price of The Gal
axy is 50 a year. Single copies may
be obtained of the newsdealers, or they
will be sent postpaid on receipt of 30
cents. Address W. C. &F. P. Church,
No. 39 Park Row, New York.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.— "Godey,"
for the current month, is on our table.
It is a capital number. We never open
"Godey" without finding something
to edify, amuse and instruct. i>y the
way a Bedford authoress, Miss Bettie
Cramer, makes her debut in this num
ber. A tale entitled "A Heart History"
is from her pen. It is a well written
story and gives promise of a brilliant
future for Miss Cramer. As our fair
young friend seems inclined to lay the
scenes of her stories in New England,
we would suggest as a topic to be
worked up in her next fiction, the
unrepealed ordinance of the Massachu
setts Legislature in which that State
declared herself out of the Union, on
account of the demand made upon her
by the Federal Government for troops
to resist British invasion during the
war of 1812-14. The Hartford Con
vention would, also, be a fruitful sub
ject. We wish the young authoress
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE. —The Sep
tember number of "Peterson" is before
us. Its fashions, literature, typography,
every thing, are excellent, as usual.—
"Peterson" is the cheapest of the La
dies' Magazines, and at the same time
one of the very best.
LIQUID GLUE— lnsoluble Cement.—
Among many scientific papers and
items of useful information contained
in the second number of the Chemical
News, reprinted in New York, we
glean the following account of some of
M. Dumoulin's discoveries in applied
As far back as 1820 he was heard of
as the preparer of unalterable ink, ren
dering forgery impossible. We shall
not dwell on his carburator, his new
method of preparing picric acid, so de
tonating and explosive, but pass on to
a notice of the process of making liquid
glue. It consists in pouring a small
quantity of nitric acid into a solution of
common glue, or gelatin, in its own
weight ol water. This glue, of two
sorts, brown and white, is very strong,
and is employed in private houses,
workshops and by jewellers, clockraak
ers, Ac. Thousands of vials are sent
abroad. To this liquid M. Dumoulin
has added the discovery of a cement
insoluble in boiling water, and which
rendered great service in the restoring
of the Campana Museum.
SPLENDID PRIZES IN GREENBACKS.
—Over $5,000 in Greenbacks ; $lO,OOO
in Sewing Machines; 80000 in Wash
ing Machines; a vast amount of Hoop
Skirts, Albums, Books, Gold Pens,
Pencils, Lockets, Ac., Ac., to be dis
tributed to the.>subscribers and purchas
ers of the 'HOME AMUSEMENT.' Every
yearly subscriber gets twenty-four tick
ets, drawing from §5 to §lOO each in
Greenbacks.- Canvassing Agents clear
from 10 to §l5 per day raising clubs.
Sample copies with a prize ticket and
full directions and instructions to A
gents, sent by mail, by inclosing ten
cents, addressed to the HOME AMUSE
MENT, 78 Nassau Street, New York.
Male and Female Canvassing Agents
wanted in every town and neighbor
hood in the United States. [augowB
A LONE lady of Lumberville, wishes
us to tell—Why do people affix the
word "no cards" at the end of marriage
notices? Because they play all their
cards before marriage.
J. ISAACS, Oculist and Aurist, has
removed Irom 519 Pine strict, to 805
Arch street. Read card.
REVIEW OF THE MARKETS.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 27.
FLOUR.—The quotations are—
Northwest superfine, |7JQ@7i5
Northwest extra, 8.00(<^9.00
Northwest extra family, 10.00(c 11.50
Penna. and West'n sup., email@example.com
Penna. and West'n extra, 8.50( 10.50
Penna. and West'n family, 10.00(312.00
Penna.and West'n fancy, 12.00@ 11.00
Rye flour, 6.75(3 6.90
Pennsy 1 vania*red, per bus., 12.00(32.30
Rye, " 0.00(3,1.45
Corn, for yel., " $1.04(</J.05
Oats, " 73(aJ5c
BY DIRECTION of the Court of
Common Plea* of Bedford county, the under
signed will, at his office in Bedford, on Sept. 14,'67,
take testimony to supply the place of lost deeds and
perfect tho title of Moses Kobison to the estate of
his father, George Robison, late of Monroe tp., de
ceased. JOHN P. REED, Commissioner.
CI ACTION. —Farmers of Bedford,
/ Somerset, Blair and IJutingdon counties, are
hereby notified not to purchase any Grain Drills
with Gum Springs and Gum Rollers hut those made
by us. HARTLEY & METZGER, of Bedford, being
our sole agents- in those sections, A/l Gum Rol
ler Drills must be ordered through them.
aug.'!otv2 F. GARDNER A Co., Carlisle, Pa.
rriHE SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA-
L DIES will re-open on Monday, Sept. 2d, in
the LECTURE ROOM of the Presbyterian Church.
Principal —Mrs. C. V. R. BONNEY.
Terms, per quarter of. ten weeks —§(5.00 to $lO.OO
0. E. SHANNON, A. KING,
T. R. GE , TVS, JACOB REED,
W P. SOHELL, G. W RUPP.
J HENRY HUTTON,
SHUMWAY, CHANDLER & Co.,
Wholesale Manufacturers and
DEALERS IX BOOTS AND SHOES,
221 Market and 210 Church Streets,
Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
GOODS!! NEW GOODS!!
The undersigned has just reeeived from the East a
large and varied stock of New Goods,
which are now opfcn for
two mile-' West of lied ford, comprising everything
usually found in a first-class couDtry store,
consisting, in part, of
Boots and Shoes,
All of which will be sold at the most reasonable
Fs 53 Thankful for past favors, we solicit a con
tinuance ot the public patronage.
Call and examine our goods.
may24,'67. . YEAGER
TJICHARD V. LEO A CO.,
CABINET-WARE, CHAIRS, AC.,
The undersigned being engaged in the Cabinet
making business, will make to order and keep on
hand everything in their line of manufacture.
BUREAUS, DRESSING STANDS, PARLOR AND EXTEN
SION TABLES, FHAIRS. BEDSTEADS, WASH
STANDS, AC., AC. ,
will be furnished at all prices, and to suit every
They have also added to their stock,
FRENCH COTTAGE SUITS,
MARBLE TOP TABLES,
TETE A TETES,
Ac , Ac.,
Having purchased the stock and tools of Thos.
Merwine, (late Wm. Stalil's) they have added the
same to their manufactory. *
COFFINS will also be made to order, and a
HEARSE always in readiness to attend funerals.
attention paid to all orders for work.
on West Pitt Street, nearly opposite
the residence of George Shuck.
miRICHARD V. LEO A CO.
MANHOOD; HOW LOST, HOW
RESTORED — Just published, a neio edi
tion of DR. CULVERWELL S CELEBRATED
ESSAY on the radical cure (without medicine) of
SPERMATORRHEA, or Seminal Weakness, Involun
tary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage,
etc., also Consumption. Epilepsy, anil Fits induced
by self-Indulgcnce or Sexual extravagance.
[ Priee, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable essay,
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' success
ful practice, that the alarming consequences of
Self-Abuse may be radicallycured without the dan
gerous use of internal medicine or the application
of the knife—pointing out a mode of cure at once
simple, certain and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition may
be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post
stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's-MarriageGuide,'
price 25 cents. Address the publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
127 Bowery, N. Y. ,Post Office Box 4586.
"VTEW ARRIVAL. —Just received
at M C. FETTERLY'S FANCY STORE,
Straw Hats and Bonnets, Straw Ornaments, Rib
bons Flowers, Millinery Goods, Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs, Bend-trimmings, Buttons. Hosiery
and Gloves, White Goods. Parasols and Sun-Um
brellas, Palmorals and Hoop Skirts, Fancy Goods
and Notions, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Our
assortment contains all that is new and desirable.
Thankful for former liberal patronage we hope
to be able to merit a continuance from all our cus
tomers. Please call and see our new stock,
m ay 31
R]f. SI PES' MARBLE WORKS.
s R. H. SIPES having established a manu
factory of Monuments, Tombstones, Table-Tops,
Counter Slabs, Ac., at Bloody Run, Bedford coun
ty, Pa., and having on hand a well selected stock
of Foreign and Domestic Marble, is prepared to fill
all orders promptly and do work neat and in a
workman!ik e style, and on the most reasonable
terms. All work warranted. Jobs delivered to
all p .rts of this and adjoining counties without ex
tra charge. aprl9,'66yl
A RARE CIIANCE JS OFFERED
To display their Goods;
Tc sell their Goods:
To gather information;
To make known their wants;
Ac., Ac. Ac. Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.,
by advertisingin the columns of THR GAZETTE.
SOLDIERS' BOUNTIES.—The un
dersigned 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
aug.l7-.f. J W DICKERSON.
FOR SALE —VERY LOW—A second
hand PIANO. Inquire of
apr.13,'66.-tf. C. N. HICKOK.
rpERMS for every description of Job
I PRINTING CASH', for the reason that for
every article we use, we must pay cash; and the
cash system will enable us to do our work as low
as it can be done in the cities.
MERCHAN TS and MECHANICS,
and Business men generally will advance
their own interests by advertising in the columns
of THE GAZETTE.
ORDERS from a distance for any
kind of JOB PRINTING promptly attended
to. Send to TIIE GAZETTE JOB OFFICE, Bed
T)RINTERS' INK has made many a
I businessman rich We ask you to try it in
the "OLUMNR °F THK GAZETTE
rpilE BEDFORD GAZETTE is the
JL best Advertising Medium in Southern Penn
MAMMOTH SALE BILLS, print-
N ed at short notice. Large Bills make large
sales. IVe know it to be so. TRY IT! It will
much more than pay the extra erpense of print
ing. Call at THE GAZETTE JOB Orr
QUACK EN HOS'S ARITH METICS
THE LATEST AND BEST.
Primary, 40c. Elemrnitßry, 60e. Practical, SI .00.
Up to the times; teach the methods used by busi
ness men ; compiete on all the branches of Com
inercial Arithmetic ; well condensed in rules and
analyses; admirably graded; PERFECT TEXT
BOOKS ; WITH xo DEFECTS. So say Teachers who
use them. Going in everywhere. Specimens
mailed to Teachers at half the above prices. A
gents wanted in every County. Address
aug9w4 D. APPLKTON A CO., New York.
LIGHT WORK AND GOOD PAY.
For pleasant and profitable employment take
Agency for 'Good Books." Ask for illustrated
Catalogue. Send two stamps. S. R. WELLS. 389
Broadway, N. Y. aug9w4
AGENTS WANTED to canvas for
•'FOUR YEARS IN THE OLD WORLD." 13,009
already sold. Now is the time to make money.
No competition Great inducements offered teach
ers, ministers, active ladies or experienced agents.
Fend for terms to FOSTER A PALMER, JR , 14 Bi
ble House, New York. aug9w4
AG EN TS WANTEI Another
Great Work by E A POLLARD, entitled Life
of Gen. R. E! Lee, replete with facts never before
published, including Biographies of every South
ern General of distinction.
A volume to •'■THE LOST
CAUSE," a Standard Southern History of the
War. A new and enlarged edition is now ready.
These two works form a complete library of the
War from the other side. E B. TREAT ACO.,
Publishers, 654 Broadway. N. Y.
JOS. GI EDO-IT'S STEEL PENS,
OF THE OLD STANDARD QUALITY.
JOSEPH Or Descriptive
TKADEMARK: GILLOTT, Name and desig-
Warranted. nating Number.
The well known ORIGINAL and POPULAR Numbers,
Having been assumed by other MAKERS, we desire
to caution the public iu respect to said imitations.
ASK FOR GILLOTT'S
An injunction was granted by the Supreme
Court (New York) at General Term. January 1867,
against the use by others of the NUMBER 303.
JOS. GILLOTT A SONS,
No. 91 John St , New York.
uug9wl HENRY OWEN, SOLE AGENT.
TJODMAN, FISK & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
GOVERNM ENT SECURITIES,
No. 18 Nassau St.,
Buy and sell at market rates Six percent Bonds of
1881 ; Five-Twenty Bonds, all issues ; Ten-Forty
Bonds; Seven-Thirty-Notes, all series; Compound
Interest Notes, and Gold and Silver Coin.
Convert all series of 7-30 Notes into the New con
solidated 5-20 Bonds at best market rates.
Execute orders for purchase and sale of all mis
Receive Deposits and allow 5 per cent Interest
on balances, subject to check at sight.
Make collections on all accessible points.
All issues of Government Securities credited or
remitted for, on receipt, at market rates, Free of
all commission charges. |aug9w4| R. F. A Co.
PAINTS for FARMERS AND OTH
ERS —THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT
COMPANY are now manufacturing the best,
cheapest and most durable paint in use; two conts
well put on, mixed with pure linseed oil, will last
10 or 15 years; it is of a light brown or beautiful
chocolate color, andean be changed to green, lead,
stone, olive, drab or cream, to suit the taste of the
consumer. It is valuable for Houses. Barns, Fences,
Agricultural Implements, Carriage and Car-ma
kers, Pails and Wooden-ware, Canvas, Metal and
Shingle Roofs, (it being Fire and Water proof.)
Bridges, Burial cases, Canal Boats, Ships and
Ships' Bottoms, Floor Oil-cloths, (one Manufactu
rer having used 5000 bbls. the past year); as a paint
for any purpose is unsurpassed for body, durabili
ty. elasticity, and adhesiveness. Price $6 per bbl.
of 300 lbs., which will supply a farmer for years to
come Warranted in all cases as above. Send for
a circular, which gives full particulars. None
genuine unless branded in a trade mark Grafton
Mineral Paint. Address DANIEL BIDWELL,
Proprietor, 254 Pearl-st , New York [*ugow4
j 860 MDCCLX. 1807.
$lOO A DAY.
We have adopted the plan of putting money in
CENTURY TCBACCO to Induce consumers to use
it, knowing that it is only necessary for them to
give it a trial to become fully satisfied of its mer
its, and to pronounce it THE REST FINE CUT
MADE. We will continue to offer these induce
ments until this fact is fully recognized.
We are making THE CENTURY from selectiors
of the very choicest old leaf, and have devoted
every care to its manufacture. It is free from
Drugs, and in everv respect A PURE ARTICLE
OF CHEWING TOBACCO.
On Mondays we will place in one paper a $lOO
U. S. Note. On Tuesdays, in two papers, $5O
each. On Wednesdays, in five papers, $2O in each.
On Thursdays, in ten papers, $lO eaeh On Fri
days, in twenty papers, $5 in each, and on Satur
days, in fifty papers, $2 each in all cases issuing
GENUINE U. S. GREENBACKS to the amount
of $lOO a day.
The finders of these GREENBACKS—by sending
us their names, address, and numbers of the bills,-
will be presented with packages of our Tobacco, in
proportion to the ainouut of money found.
This house has been established for over a Hun
dred Years, and has alwayS sustained a character
for honesty and fair dealing, which puts to flight
all doubts, if any should exist, as to the genuine
ness of this enterprise.
THE CENTURY TOBACCO can be had in large
quantities at Manufacturers prices, of A. R. Mitch
ell, 35 Central-st , Boston ; B. A. Van Schaick, 16
S. Front-st., Philadelphia; Foy & Earle, 85 S.
Water-st., Chicago; riehultz & Bagley, 94 West
Price list sent on application to
P. & G. LORILLARD,
| Established in 17(50,J
augOwf 16 CHAMBERS ST.. N. Y.
CORSET SKIRT SUPPORTER
Combines in one garment a PER
FECT FITTIXG CORSET, and the
most desirable Skirt Supporter
ever offered the public. It places
the weight of the skirts upon the
shoulders instead of the hips; it
improves the form without tight
lacing; gives ase and elegance;
is approved and recommended by
physiciaus. Manufactured by
D. B. SAUNDERS A Co.,
aug9w4 M Summer St., Boston.
MORE (itM/W'l PEK
Made with Stencil Dies Send for Catalogue and
Samples, free. .8. ill. SPENCER A Co.,
/ <<H> AGENTS wanted, to sell Six New
Ijlnventions, of great value to families; all pay
great profits. Send 25c and get 80 pages and
sample gratis. Agents have made $lOO,OOO.
Ephraim Brown, Lowell, Mass.
LAD1 ES ANI) GENTLEMEN EM
PLOYED. Picture business. Very profita
ble. No risk. 17 specimen Pictures and Cata
logue sent for 15c. postage. MANSON LANG,
297 Bowery, New York City aug9w4
"MISTOf THE MORNING"
The purest tonic in the known world. Univers
ally used and
MISSED if not taken.
BARNETT A LUMLEY, 150 Water St., N. Y.
EO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
40 Park Row,
Business men wishing to advertise in any part
of the country can send their orders to us. The
cost is no more, as the Agent's commission comes
lrotn the publisher.
We are authorized to contract for ALL newspa
pers throughout the country at publishers' regular
LETTER HEADS AND BILL
HEADS, and ENVELOPES for business men,
printed in the best style of the art, atTHR GAZETTE
IT VERY VARIETY AND STYLE
J OF JOE PRINTING neatly executed at low
latesatTiiE BEDFORD GAZETTE office. Call and
reave yeur orders.
GOODS and NEW TERMS!
CASH AND PRODUCE STORE!
J. M. SHOEMAKER has just re
turned from the East and is now opening a
NEW AND CHEAP STOCK OF GOODS,
bought at the late decline in prices.
The following comprise a few of his prices r
Calicoes, 8, 10,12, 11, 1(5, 18 cents.
Muslins, 10,12, 15,18,20, and best, 22.
Cassimeres, 75, 90, 100, 110, 120, 150 a
Ginghams, 12 cents up to 25.
Cottonades, from 18| cents up to 50.
Ladies' Hose, 12, 10, 20, 25, 50.
Gents' Half-Hose, 12, 20, 25, 40, 50.
Boots and Shoes, all sizes and prices.
Hats, a large assortment, from 15
Coffee, 25, 28 and 30.
Green and Black Teas, from $1.50 up
Sugars, 12, 15, 10, 17, 18, and best at
Rice, 121 cts per lb.
Clothing—Linen Coats, $1.50, 1.75
We will sell Goods for CASH and PRODUCE
only, unless otherwise specified, and then we will
require a Note, with Interest from date, and in no
case will these terms be deviated from. We expect
TO SELL GOODS AT SUCH LOW FIG
URES that the consumers will see at once that it
is TO THEIR INTEREST TO BUY FOR
CASH or PRODUCE. You need not have
any fears about paying high prices for goods to
make up for losses sustained from customers who
never pay for the goods they buy. YOU CAN
SAVE AT LEAS T TEN PER CENT BY
BUYING FOR CASH.
J. M. SHOEMAKER S,
jun2B,'67. No. 1 Anderson's Row.
New Bargain Store,
CALICOES, (good) - 12) c.
do (best) - - ISc.
MUSLINS, brown, - - lOe.
do (best) - - 20c.
do bleached, - 10c.
do (best) - - 25c.
DELAINES, best styles, - 25e.
of all kinds
MEN'S and BOYS'
GOOD and CHEAP.
A large stock of
CASS I M E 11 ES
Best COFFEE. - - 30c
Brown SUGAR - from 10 to 15c
Mackerel and Potomac Herring.
and a general variety of
Buyers are invited to examine
our stock as we are determined to
to sell cheaper than the cheapest.
J. B. FARQUUAR.
SLIP BILLS, PROGRAMMES
POSTERS, and all kinds of PLAIN AND
FANCY JOB PRINTING, done with neatness
and despatch, at THE GAZETTE office.
COURT IMLOCL AM ATION^Tb
the Coroner, <// /* Justices of the. Fence, a W
Constables i u the. iMJfe.rent 'Townships in the
County of lied ford, Creeling . KNOW VE, thrtt
in pursuance of a precept to me directed, under
the hand and seal of the lion. ALEXANDER
KING. President of the several Courts of Common
Pleas, in the 1 ttth District, consisting of the coun
ties of Franklin, Fulton, Bedford and Somerset,
and by virtue of his office of the Court of Oyer and
Terminer and General Jail Delivery for the trial of
capital and other offenders therein, and the Gen
eral Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace; and
G W.GUMP, and WILLIAM G. EICBOLTZ. Judges of
the same Court in the same County of Bedford.
You and each of you, are hereby required to be
and appear in your proper persons with your Re
cords, Recognizances, Examinations, and other
Remembrances, before the Judges aforesaid, at
Bedford, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery and General Quarter Ses
sions of the peace therein to be holden for the coun
ty of Bedford, aforesaid, on the Ist Monday of
September, (being the 2d day,) 1867, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, there and then to do
those things to which your several offices appertain.
Given under my hand and seal the 29th day of
March, in the year of our Lord, 1867.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, J Sheriff.
Bedford, Aug. 9, 1867. 1 w4
T IST OF CAUSES, put down for
I A trial at Septamber Term, 1867, (2d day.)
John Cessna, Esq , vs Thos H Murray et al.
Theo Weil A Co et al, vs Sam 1 Stern.
W S Entriken, vs Kensinger A Fluck,
Mary Ann Yarnell, vs Wm Marshall.
Wm Firmstone etal vs Jas Fink.
AnnEßurk, vs John Weyant.
John Kemp, vs Riddlesburg Coal and
David Ileidler, vs 11 A B Railroad co.
Robert Adatus et al vs Francis Ilavman ct al.
Riddlesburg Coal and Broadtop Coal A Iron
Iron company, company.
Marg't A Blackburn, vs Geo Blackburn.
Geo w Meyers, vs Mich'l Feather etal
Jno II Kama, vs David Ritchey et al,
Jeremiah Knouff, vs John U Wertzetal.
Thos R Evans, vs Shafer A Adams.
John Black et al, vs Catharine Tricker.
Samuel Crissman ct al, vs Jno Ake's adm'rs.
Thos Ritchey, vs Jac Lingenfelter ct al,
Certified, August sth, 1867.
aug9w4 0. E, SHANNON, Proth,
I IST OF GRAND J URO RS
J Drawn for September Term, Ist Monday, 2d
day. A. D., 1867 :
Bedford Township —David Wolf, Foreman.
Samuel Carney, John Ivnox.
Broad Top —Jesse Wright,
Bloody Bun —Samuel D Williams.
Co/erain —Geo W Cessna, Isaac Freet. Tobias
Cnmb. Valley —James MeFerrin.
Londonderry —Martin L Miller, Jon Feightner.
Monroe —Samuel Suively.
Napier —Geo W Bowser.
Sche/lshterg —William C Snively, Peter Dewalt.
St. Clair —John Amick, James L Norton_ James
Southampton —Emanuel Johnson, Hezekiah
Northcraft, Levi C'in erman.
Union —Adam Briggle.
Woodbury M. —Charles Martin, Cyrus Over.
Drawn and certified at Bedford, this 23d day of
April, A. D. 1867.
Attest: Jury Com'rs.
Jxo. G. FISHER, Clerk.
IIST OF PETIT JURORS, drawn
J for same terra.
Bedford Borough —Samuel Vondersuiith, Geo
Bedford Township —John D Heltzel, Scott W
Voaldale —Daniel McNally
Cnmb. Valley —John Dicken, William Boor of
J., Thomas Elliott of S.
Hopewell —Joseph Gates, Jr.
Harrison— Jackson Kerr
Juniata —Valentine V Wertz, W II Knipple,
Londonderry —Levi Carpen'er, Samuel Wil
Liberty —Jacob Kensinger, Geo Rondes.
Monroe —John Lay ton. Levin Weimer.
Napier —Levi Otto, John Rock, J W Bowen.
Providenee E. —Geo McGraw, Thomas Grove,
Providenee IV. —David Sparks.
St. Clair —lsrael Davis, Jacob II Wright, Val
Southampton John Mors, Nicholas Walter,
Denton Sti phens Abel Johnson, Win. Cheney.
Union —Martin Imler.
Woodbury M. —Philip S Croft, John SHetrick,
Daniel Price of D.
Drawn and certified at Bedford, this 23d day of
April, A. D. 18G7.
Attest: Jury Com'rs.
JNO. G FISHKH, Clerk. aug9w4
I R EGISTER'S NOTICE.—AII per
sons interested, are hereby notified that the
following accountants have filed their accounts in
the Register's Office of Bedford county, and that
the same will be presented to the Orphans' Cour'.
in and for said coun:y. on Tuesday, the 3d day of
September next, at the Court House, in Bedford,
for confirmation :
The account of Leonard Bittner, Esq., adminis
trator of all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits, which were of David Meyers,
late of Juniata township, Bedlord county, Pa., de
The account of Wil'iam Griffith, administrator
of the estate of Isaac Burket, late of Union town
ship, Bedford county, deceased.
The administration account of John M. Claar.
administrator of the goods and chattels, Ac., which
were of Michael Fry, late of Union township, Bed
ford county deceased.
The account of Horatio J. Means, administrator
of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits, which were of Elizabeth Means, late
of Monroe township, Bedford county. Pa., dee'd.
The final account of Jacob U. Snider, surviving
and acting executor of the last Will and Tes
tament of John Snider, late of Snake Spring town
ship, Bedford county, deceased.
The final account of Henry lekcs. Jr.. and Jo
seph Ickes, administrators of all and singular the
goods, Ac., which were of Henry Ickes Sr., late
of Union township. Bedford county, deceased.
The administration account of John P Reed, ad
mitiistrator of the estate of Alfred Entrikin, late
of Liberty township. Bedford county, deceased.
The account of Silas H Sparks, administrator of
the estate of Solomon Sparks, late of West Provi
dence township, deceased.
Account of A King, trustee appointed by the
Court to make sale of the real estate of Dr Wil
liam Watson, late of Bedford borough, deceased.
The administration account of D A T Black, ad
ministrator of the estate of Jesse McDonald, late of
The account of David F Buck, administrator of
the goods, Ac., winch were of Nancy Longenecker.
late of Middle Woodbury township, Bedford coun
The final account of George Smith and Jacob
Law, administrator of all and singular the goods
and chattels, rights and credils, which were of
Paul Rhodes, late of Middle Woodbury township,
Bedford county, Pa., yeoman, deceased.
The account of William Dorrier, administrator
of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits, which were of Frederick Miller, late
of Hopewell township. Bedford county, Pa., dee'd.
The account of Charles Harcleroad, executor of
the last Will and Testament of Henry Harcleroad,
lateof Coleraiu township, deceased
First account of Alexander King, administrator
of the estate of John Watson, Esq , late Bedford
The account of Samuel Mock, administrator of
the estate ot Catharine Muck, lateof Union town
ship. Bedford county, deceased.
The final account of John Mower and Samuel L
Russell, E.-qs., administrators de bonis non cum
testamento annexe ot William Lane, late of
Hopewell township, Bedford county, deceased.
The final account of Levi Evans, administrator
of the estate of Mary Hoover, late of Liberty town
ship, Bedford county, Pa., deceased.
The account of Levi Hardinger. administrator
of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits, which were of Jonathan C Dicken,
lateof Cumberland Valley township, Bedford coun
The account of George M L Dicken, administra
tor de bonis non cum testamento unnexo ot David
Dicsen, late of Cumberland Valley towuship, Bed
ford county, Pa., deceased.
The account of R. D. Barclay, Esq., administra
tor de bonis non with the will annexed of Samuel
M Barclay, Esq., deceased.
The partial account of Mary Ann Stoner, admin
islratrtzoi all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits, which were ot William Stoner,
lute of Monroe township. Bedford county, due'd.
The account of J. W. Lingenfidter Esq., admin
istrator of J. W. Beeler. lateof Bedford township,
Final account of George Zimmers and J W Ling
entelter, executors of Anthony Zimmers, late of
Bedford towuship deceased.
The account of Anna liininger, administratrix
of Henry Rininger, late of S.. Clair township, de
The accoun' of M A Points, Esq., adminis'rator
of the estate of Pius Little, late of llopewell town
The account of Cyrus Penrose, administrator of
William Penrose, late of St. Clair towuship, Bed
ford county, deceased.
The account of Josiah Koontz and Joseph S.
Diehl, executors of Adam Koontz, lateof Colerain
aug9w4 0. E. SHANNON, Reg'r.
(W V SACKS OF GROUND ALUM
/V/ SALT', just received, at
uug9 J M.. SHOEMAKER'S.
)' WAUU.N6 i' Uli SALE AT
*£(_) KNOX' SHOPS, near Bedford. [aprl9tf.
SALE. —By virtue of
0 sundry writs of fieri facias ami venditioni ex
ponas to uio directed, there will be sold at the
court house, in the Borough of Bedford, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31ST, A. D. 1867,
j at 10 o clock A.M., the following real estate, viz:
( no lot of ground in the borough of Coaldule
fronting I ulton street 40 feet and running back
! 120 feet, w.th a two and a half story plank house
with basement and ba -k-building attached there
on erected, adjoining lots of Wm Ureenou the East
and a 20 feet alley on the West, situate in Coaldale
borough, Bedford county, taken in execution as
the property of Jaiues Brieker and Drhew, part
ners trading as Brieker A Drhew, with notice to
Patrick Drhew and all other tenants.
Also. One lot of ground in Woodbury, fronting
on Main street 66 feet and 198 feet deep, with a
two-story frame house and kitchen attached, a
frame stable, smoke house and other outbuildings
thereon, adjoining lots of Wm. M. Pearson on the
, North and Jacob Hoover on the South, situate iu
| the town of Woodbury, Btdford county, and taken
in execution as the property of Samuel J Castner
Also, One tract of land containing 100 acres.
; more or less, about 50 acres cleared aud under
j fence and a good apple orchard thereon, having
thereon erected a two-story log house, stable and
other outbuildings, adjoiuing lands of Sam'l Stai
ley, \> illinm Lisinger, JohnH. Barton aud others,
situate in East Providence township, Bedford Co.,
taken in execution as the property of Samuel Peek
and Rosanna Peck.
Also, One lot of ground in the borough of Bed
ford, being No. 149 in the general plan of the boi
ough, now occupied by defendant's tenant, with a
large two-story brick house and other buildings
thereon erected ; said lot fronting 25 feet, more or
less, on Pitt street and extending back 240 feet to
a 20 foot alley, adjoining lot of Job Maun on the
West and Hiram Lentz and wife on the East, seiz
ed and taken iu execution as the property of Mrs.
Sophia D. Gibson.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, I ROBERT STECKMAN,
Aug. 9, 1867.-W4. j Sheriff
rpo CAPITALISTS.—I have for sale,
JL on eas J' terms, over 200,000 acres of farming,
timber and mineral lands, situate in Bedford, Cen
tre, Clearfield, Fulton. Huntingdon, Souier-et,
Westmoreland, aud other counties, in Pennsylva
nia, which will be sold in tracts ranging from 100
to 10,00 1 acres
FARMS—Several fine limestone farms near Bed
FARMING LANDS—With limestone and red
TANNERIES—and fine sites for same, with
large tracts of rock-oak timber,
FURNACES AND FORGES, and sites for same,
with large traots of timber aud iron ore lands.
WATER PRIVILEGES, on never failing
IRON ORES —Bog, Specular, Fossil and Hema
tite—Fossil vein from 3 to 5 feet thick. Hematite
bed from 10 to 40 feet thick.
COAL AND COLLIERIES—Collieries in full
operation, with houses, shops, schutes, tracks, Ac ,
undeveloped coal lands with a seam 20 feet thick.
Also, gas, oannel and anthracite coal lands.
TIMBER—Large tracts covered with white and
yellow pine, spruce and hemlock; red, white and
rock oak; chestnut, walnut, locust, cherry, poplar,
Ac. Also, Steam Saw Mills.
FIRE-CLAY, of superior quality, for making
SAND-STONE, of pure quality, for making
ALSO, farms, and farming, timber and mineral
lands, in all Western, Bouthern and Pacific States,
New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.
WILLIAM P. SCHELL.
jull9m3 Attorney at Law, Bedford. Pa.
J7<OR SALE OR TRADE.
2 lots in the city of Omaha, Nebraska.
2 tracts, of 160 acres each, within three miles of
a depot on the Union Pacific Railroad, back of
1 tract of bottom land, timbered and praire, two
miles from Omaha city.
One-third of 7.000 acres in Fulton county. Pa.,
including valuable ore, mineral and timber lands,
near Fort Littleton.
Over 4,000 acres of valuable ore, coal and tim
ber lands in West Virginia.
ALSO—A lot of ground (about one acre) at Wil
low free, in Snake Spring township, ou Chambers
burg aud Bedford Turnpike, three miles East of
B'dtord. with frame dwelling house, cooper-shop,
stable, Ac , thereon erect, d.
0. E. SHANNON,
jun2l,'67yl Bedford, Pa.
1 EXTENSIVE PRIVATE SALE
li OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE —The un
drsigaod a.- ill ell frWat. sale, social HUJillU
ing and contiguous tracts of laud, lying on the
headwaters of Dunning's Creek, in St. Clair town
ship, Bedford county, containing 765 acres, now
divided into four tracts, three tracts thereof con
taining respectively 157, 163. at.d 183 acres and
the other, being the Saw Mill tract, containing
262 acres. These tracts will be sold as 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 tructs contains an enviable site for a TAX
YARD. with all the advantages of water, and is
alongside of Chestnut Ridge, where the resources
for Bark are inexhaustible.
100 acres of the land is bottom, mostly covered
by large sugar trees. 300 acres are cleared and
in a good state of cultivation, and the balance
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 theso 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, Hollidaysburg. Johnstown, and
other points, on the I'enn'a Central Railroad.
Farmers, Lumbermen, Tanuers and Speculators
should examine the premises, as these lauds will
be sold on fair and reasonable terms.
T. 11. LYONS,
junB,'66. N. J. LYONS
TTALUABLE LAND FOR SALE
\ —The undersigned offers for sale the follow
ing valuable bodies ol land :
TIIUEE CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND.
containing 160 acres each, situated on the Illinois
Central Railroad, in Champaign county, State of
Illinois, 8 miles front 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 wateruponit The city of Urban a
contains about 4,000 inl abitants. Champaign is
the greatest wheat growing county in Illinois.
Ai.so — One-fourth of a tract of land , situnted
in Broad Top township, Bedford county, contain
ing about 45 acres, with all the coal veins of Broad
Top running through it.
ALSO— Three Lot in the town of Coalmont.
Jan 26, '66-tf F. C. REAMER.
QPLENDID FARM FOR SALE—
-7 miles from Bedford, containing ONE HUN
DRED AND FIFTY ACRES, 125 acres under cul
tivation. half ereek bottom; well watered; excel
lent Brick House and Frame Barn; plenty of good
timber; convenient to schools, churches and mills.
\\ ill be sold at a bargain. Inquire of
MEYERS A DICKERSON.
oct26tf Bedford, Pa.
XT" ALU ABLE REAL ESTATE AT
V PRIVATE SALE.—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 the 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. liickok, Bedford, Pa.
Dec 15, '65.
Rev. H. HECKERMAN & SOX
have purchased the Drug Store of J. L. Lewis, on
Juliauna street, Bedford, where they are now re
ceiving, and intend always to keep on hand, a
large and complete assortment of DRI GS, MEDI
CINES, DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMERY, STA
TIONERY (plain and faney), best qualities ol TO
BACCO, best br#nds of CIGARS, Ac. AlstV,
PATENT MEDICIX'ES, and everything else usu
ally asked for at a Drug Store.
PHYSICIANS will be supplied with everything
in their line on reasonable terms.
All orders promptly attended to, and all PRE
SCRIPTION carefully compounded.
By careful and -arid attention to business, they
hope to merit a liberal share of public patronage.
PITT STREET, TWO DOORS WEST OF THE BED
FORD HOTEL, BEDFORD, PA.
WATCHMAKER AND DEALER IN JEWEL
RY, SPECTACLES, AC.
He keeps on hand a stock of fine Gold and Sil
er Watches, Spectacles of Brilliant Double Re
ined Glasses, also Scotch Pebble Glasses. Gold
Watch Chains, Breast Pins, Finger Rings, best
quality of Gold Pens. He will supply to order
any thing in his line not on hand.
Oct. 20, 1865- .
VTERCANTILE LICENSES must
JJJL b e lifted and paid for by the sth day of
August next, or they will be left in tbe bauds of
an officer for collection. GEO. MARDORFF,