The Bedford gazette. (Bedford, Pa.) 1805-current, October 18, 1867, Image 3

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Home and Around.
modation Train leaves Saxton at 7.35 a. m., and
arrives at Huntingdon, at 9.30 a.m.'; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 4.40 p. in., and arrives at Saxton at
6.38 p. m.
Mail Train loaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p. in., ar
rives at Huntingdon at 4 17 p. in.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 7.50 a. m., and arrives at Ml. Dallas at
11 05 a. m.
HIKE.—XOW that the good fight has
been fought, we feel justified in appeal
ing to our friends who are in arrears to
pay up. We are always at much ex
pense during political campaigns, and
invariably come out of them with deple
ted pockets. We owe some debts which
must be paid. Will those who owe us
respond to this appeal ? Come and set
tle, at any rate. This is the last dun
we shall print. Our accounts must be
settled, and we shall make out bills
for all unsettled accounts and place
them in the hands of an officer for col
lection. We shall do this with great
reluctance, but it must he done, if kind
words are of no avail.
Oct. 4, a large concourse of the sterling'
Democracy of Southampton tp., assem
bled at Adams' Mills, for the purpose
of receiving a flag which was to be pre
sented to Southampton by the Demo
crats of Bedford borough. The meet
ing was organized by the appointment
of David Rowland as President; Adam
Fetter, Mr. Rose, Ed. Northeraft,Thos.
Lawhead, David Howsare, James Col
lins, Denton Stevens, Thos. Conrad,
David Walter, and James Elder, Vice
Presidents; and Hez. Barkman, John
Barnes, Sol. Wilkerson, Asa Howsare,
Michael Northeraft, Thos. Trail, Sam
uel Jay, John Kennard, Joshua Hows
are, Daniel Miller, Owen Ash and Phil.
Barkman, Secretaries. A beautiful
silk flag, bearing the inscription,
"Southampton," in gilt letters, was
then presented to the Democrats of
Southampton, by O. E. Shannon, Esq.,
in behalf of the Democrats of Bedford
borough, in an appropriate address.—
J. W. Dickerson, Esq., in a neat speech,
received the flag, after which it was
placed in the custody of 31 r. Michael
Mills, the oldest Democrat in the town
ship. (Mr. Mills has voted 62 times at
the Southampton polls, and his ballot
was always the Democratic ticket.) The
meeting was also addressed by E. F.
Kerr, Esq. After the speeches the
meeting adjourned with the best of fcel
will meet in Bedford, Monday, Oct. 21,
and continue five days. Several lectur
ers from abroad are expected. Hon.
J. P. Wiekershani, State Supt. C. S.,
will deliver a free lecture in the Court
House, on Wednesday evening, Oct.
23. The singing class of the Co. Nor
mal School, will give a Concert on
Tuesday night. The music will con
sist of solos, duets, quartets, choruses,
Ac. Closing exercises, of the Normal
School, on Friday night, in the Court
House. The exercises will consist of
Orations, Recitations, Select Reading,
Essays, Music, Ac. Tickets to concert,
or closing exercises, 2-3 cts.
Music.—Prof. John Plaszyk, ofHar
risburg, will visit Bedford, this week,
for the pur{>ose of tuning pianos. He
will remain but a few days. Persons
desiring to have their pianos put in
tune, are requested to leave their or
ders at the "Bedford House," or at the
Hardware Store of Hartley A 3letzger.
fall and winter there will be services
and preaching every Sabbath morning
and evening, except the last Sabbath
in the month. 3lorning Service at 11
o'clock—Evening, half past six. Seats
free and all are welcome. Sunday
School at halfppst 9 A. 31.
TIIE poor fellows who have just re
turned, all torn and tattered, from the
cold bleak bluffs of Salt River, would
do well to call at Farquhar's and get a
good suit of clothes. Price: satinet
suits, $lO,OO ; Cassimere suits, from 810
to $2O ; Very best, 825. f
Classical School, formerly the Rev.
John Lyon's, is expected to re-open on
3londay, the 4th of November, at tlie
close of the Normal School. Further
particulars in our next.
GOOD NEWS. —Berkstresser A co. sell
none but the best quality of ready
made clothing, piece goods, bats, gents'
furnishing goods, Ac., at prices to suit
all. Give them a call.
DEDICATION. —The Methodist E
piscopal Church, built near the resi
dence of 3lr. Samuel Elliott, in Cum
berland Valley township, will be dedi
cated on the 27th day of October, 1867.
ing resolutions were passed at a regular
nieetingjof Bedford Lodge, No. 148 I. O.
of G. T., held Monday Evening. Oct.
7, 1867.
Whereas, God, in his inscrutable wis
dom, has removed by death one of our
number, brother JOSEPH GIBSON,
Jlesotved, That we bow submissively
to the dark and mysterious Providence
which has taken one so early in life
from our midst; that we sincerely regret
our loss, and deeply sympathize with
tiie bereaved relatives, and pray that
the God of all consolation may stand by
them in this the hour of their severe
Resolved, That as a token of respect
for our deceased brother, the members
of this lodge wear a badge of mourn
ing on the right arm for twenty days.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be transmitted to the family of our
deceased brother, that they be entered
on the journal of the lodge, and pub
lished in the BEDFORD GAZETTE, Bed
foffl Inquirer aud Monthly Circular.
—The following premiums have been
awarded by the respective committees!
To Fred Ostcr for best bushel of white
wheat, $1; Gideon D Trout for best bus.
red wheat 1, 00; Jacob Croyle best bus.
1 of rye. 1 00; Do. buckwheat, 1 00; Do.
oats 1 00; Taylor & Mowry best display
of corn 1 00. The exhibition of grain
was not large but was of an extra qual
ity, showing that our county stands
hfgh as a grain growing county.
C it tie.
To John S Sprout best bull over 3
years old $1 00; Do. Jonathan Bowser
2nd best bull, the Agriculturist 1 yr.
Reuben Smith best bull between 1 and
2yrs., Agriculturist 1 year; F F Jami
son, best bull under 1 year Agricultur
ist 1 year; F L Jamison, best cow, >' 1 00;
Till yons, 2nd best cow, Agriculturist
1 year; Reuben Smith, best heifer be
tween 2 and 3 yrs. old, $200; Jus. Ling,
best cow under 2 yrs. old, Agriculturist
1 year. Asa silvers exhibited a cow
and calf of the short-horned Durham, a
line specimen. Quite a number of good
cattle were exhibited showing great
improvement in the cattle of our coun
Fred. Oster, best south down buck,
1 .-?2 00; Fred. Naugle, best Irish buck,
Agriculturist 1 year. But few were ex
hibited and they showed marks of good
John Anderson, best Chester white
boar, $4 00; Dan'l Defibaugh, 2 best
Suffolk boar, 2 00; J J Shoemaker, best
pen of "hogs 2 00; John Little, best sow
and pigs, 2 00; Chas. Harris, best pair j
of pigs under 8 months, 2 00; Daniel
Shannon, 1 pig 4 months old, 1 00. In
addition to the above, a number of fine ■
specimens were exhibited which de- ;
served special notice and the commit-,
tee regret that they cannot award a
John Horn, 1 coop best Jersey blue,
$1 00; Wm. Cook, best shanghai, 1 00;
Jas. Arnold, 2nd best shanghai, 50;
Thos. M Lynch, best bramaputrachick
ens, 1 (id; Vaenael Brengle, best game
chickens, 1 00; Geo. C. Stifiler, 2nd best
game chickens, 50; Oliver S M'Mullin,
best Poland chickens, 1 DO; Geo. C Stii
tler, best wild turkey, 1 00; Frank
Crawford, best lot geese, 1 00; Jacob
Barnhart, best lot of ducks, 1 00; llenry
Dorsey, 2nd best lot of ducks, 50; Chas.
Gubenotter, best lot pigeons, 1 00; J M
Gephart, best coop bantams, 1 00; Win j
Cook, 2nd best bantams, •"><>; Jas. Ling,
1 coop chickens, 1 00. The display of!
poultry was quite large, showing that j
considerable attention has been paid to
the raising of them, particularly the
game, Jersey blue, shanghai, poland,
Bra mas and the bantams which were
very fine.
Garden Products.
John McGinnis, best tomatoes, 50c;
J R Durborrovv, best onions, 50c; Mrs. i
Sam'l Smith, best red beets, 50c; Dan'l.
Barley, best cabbage, 50e; Joseph S
Deihl, test bus. potatoes, 1 00; David
Barnhart, best sweet potatoes, 1 00;
John McGinnis, best carrots, 50c; Do.
best lima beans 50c; Sam'l Harmon,
best radishes, 50c; Hy. Dorsey, best
dried beans, 50c; Maj. D. Washabaugh, i
best squashes 50c; Jas. B Farquhar, best
celery, 50c; John McGinnis, best dis
play, of vegetables, 1 00; Henry Woods,
tine display of vegetables, 1 00; J R
Durborrow, best display of übbard
squash, 100; Wm Bowles Jr., best dis
play of acorn pumpkin, 25c; Philip
Keys, best display sweet potato pump
kin, 50c; Harry Minnich, second best
übbard squash, 50c; Mrs. Sa'l Smith,
best frenen squash, 100; Fred. Oster,
2nd best freneh squash, 50c; Geo. C
Stitfl >r, best potato pumpkin, 50c; Ja
cob Croyle, best display of cow pump
kin, 25c. In addition to the foregoing
list there were other displays of garden
vegetables that were creditable to toe
persons who produced them and giving
evidence that on the score of cultiva
tion and taste, our county is not sur
passed by any in the State.
SS Diehl, best bus. apples, 1 00; Hy.
Barley, 2nd best bus. apples, 50c; David
F Maun, best peck vaudevers, sf>.-; Si
mon Naus, best pears, 1 00; 3laj. Wash
abaugh, 2nd best pairs, 50c; Tlios.
Lynch, largest variety of pears 1 Of);
3laj. Washabaugh 2nd largest variety
of pears 50c; Thos. Lynch, largest and
best variety of apples (56 varieties) 1 00;
Win. England, best basket peaches,
1 00; Thos. Lynch, best display of na
tive grapes, 1 00; D Washabaugh, 2nd
best display of native grapes, 50c; D
Washabaugh best display of foreign
grapes, 100.
Fruits Continued.
J R Jordan best peck quinces, 50c;
R Montgomery, best bus. seckel pears,
100; fine apples were also exhibited by
Dan'l Walter, Henry Dorsey and Jacob
Croyle. This department of the exhi
bition was the admiration of all, and
the regret of the committee is that ali
could not be awarded premiums.
3lrs Rob't Fyan, finest display of
house plants, 1 00; Thos. Lynch, second
best display of house plants, 50c; John
3lcGinnis, third best display of house
plants, s<>c; 3lrs Alex. Jving, handsom
est boquet, 50c; 3lrs Isabella Smith,
second best boquet 50c; two elegant
boquets were also exhibited by 3liss
Sallie Shannon. Many other displays
were almost equal to thosecontained in
the above list and deserve special no
tice if room permitted it.
Preserves <kc.
A J Sansom, best pound cake and
fruitcake, 100; Miss Sallie Shannon,
best jelly cake and jelly, 1 00; Fred'k
Schnebly, best specimen of preserves,
1 00; Emanuel Smith, best specimen of
pickles, 1 00;3Iaj. D Washabaugh, best
grape wine, 1 00; 3lrs Hiram Lentz,
best currant wine, 1 00; 3lrs Elizabeth
3lorgret, best dried apples, 50c; Jacob
Croyle, best dried cherries, 50c There
were other specimensoi wines, grape,
elderberry, and blackberry, that de
serve special notice, as well as pre
serves, jellies Ac., of great variety.
Emanuel Smith* best blankets, 2<)0;
Win. Dunkel,second best blankets, 100;
3lrs Dan'l Pensel, best hemp carpet,
3 00; Wm Dunkel, best rag carpet, 2 00;
31 rs Sarah Trout, second best rag ear
pet, 1 00; John Keagy, best eassimere,
2 50; 31 rs Sarah Dively, 83 yrs of age,
best pr. socks, 50c; Fred. Oster, best
coverlets, 1 50; Asa Silvers, second best
coverlets, 100; J J Shoemaker, two
coverlets, 1 00. 3lrs Isabella Cook, and
Fred. Oster were awarded a premium
of 50c each for coverlets.
Linen Bags.
3lrs E 31orgart, best 5 yds. tow lin
en, 2 00; 31 rs Isabella Cook, best pr.
sheets, 50c; V in Dunkel, second best
pr. sheets, 50c; Fred. Oster, best table
diaper 1 00; 3lrs I Cook, second best ta
ble diaper, 50c. The display of linen
goods was very fine and reflects great
credit upon the contributors.
Agricultural Implements.
Shires A Jordan, best one horse plow,
82 f0; do. two-Jiorse plow, 2 00; do. Inst
hillside plow, 2 00; Peter II Shires,
threshing machine, 4 00; do. threshing
machine (one-horse railroad power), $2;
Danl. L Defibaugh, best sled, 200; same
doubleshovel plow, 100; William Oster,
two horse spring wagon, 2 00; John
A- Daniel Shuck, buggy with top, 3 00;
same, buggy, without 2 00; same, one
horse spring wagon, 2 00; John It Jor
dan, patent jack, 50e; Michael Hartman,
one horse rake, 200; Hartley & Metzger,
Blymyer son, J C Nicodenms, and
Peter 11 Shires, exhibited different
specimens of machinery manufactured
outside of the county, which deserves
i special notice. John Daniel Shuck,
exhibited a very handsom sleigh which
.deserves special notice, being one of the
' finest specimens ever exhibited in this
county. The rticles exhibited under
this head were very numerous and re
flects great credit upon the manufac
Cabinet, Carpenter and Cooper Work.
Richard Leo, best bedstead, $2 00;
Vachel Brengle, hair mattress 2 00;
same, husk mattress 1 00; James Mc-
Mullen, common chairs, 1 00; Richard
Leo, best sett walnut furniture, 2 00
George Berkstresser, churn, 1 00; Win
Phillips,churn, 1 0<; N MeMullen,rock
ing chair, 1 00; Win Phillips, best wash
maebineand wringer, 100; Solomon Rei
inund, best spinning wheel and real,
1 00; A very handsome display of goods
under the above head was made, and
are deserving of notice. The commit
tee regret that they have not the pow
er to reward premiums to all the con
Stoves and other Castings.
Shires & Jordan, fence railing (iron,)
$2 00; same, Display of Castings, 2 00;
same parlor stove, 2 00; same, coal
1 00; Abraham Harinan, best Display
of tinware, 2 00; B M Blymyer & co!,
second best deservd notice, 1 00; also
for their display of stoves.
Hoots, Shoes and Leather.
Taylor & Mowrv, best side upper
leather, $1 00; S & W Shuck, sole leath
er, 1 00; Taylor & Mowry, Harness
leather, 1 00; Jno calfskin, 100;
Taylor A: Mowry, kip leather, 1 00; Win
Nycum, finished sheep skin, 1 00; Jno
A Mowry, pair gents boots, 1 00; John
Milie", common boots, 1 00; John A
Mowry, pair iadies gaters, 1 00; John
Miller, best pairgentseloth slippers, 50c;
John A Mowry, best pair gents slippers,
f>oe. This branch was well rpresented.
showing that our mechanics fully under
stand their business and are awake to
their interest.
Smith Work.
Wm Spidle Best Horseshoes, $100;
Jonathan Bright bill, Best Horse shoe
nails, 50c; Win Cook, Best display of
smith work, 2 00. The exhibition in
this department was creditable, and
the work was pronounced the best that
was ever displayed in our county.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, &c.
Thomas It Gettys best display of photo
graphs, £2 00; same best anibrotypes,
1 00. The committee would call atten.
tion to the first class pictures of different
artists simply for display not for prem
Mrs Dr Douglass, best quilt, 82 50; A J
Hansom, second best quilt, 2 (J!); same,
third best quilt, 1 00; Mrs Jane Tate,
quilt (patchwork,) 1 00; Richard Sil
vers' quilt (patchwork,) 1 00; Mrs J B
Farqunar, qudt (patchwork unfinish
ed), 50c; MrsS Filler, quilt, 50c; J J
Shoemaker, quilt, 50c; Mrs Catharine
Over, aged 60 years, best suit boys'
clothes, 1 00. The display of qui it
work was magnificent and the commit
tee are sorry they cannot reward all a
Miscellaneous Articles.
George W Cessna, self-setting rat trap,
50c; Daniel Amas, one puzzle, 25c;
Barnhart, and McMuliin & co., lot of
fruit trees, 50c; George W Gump, two
bundles shooks, 1 00; Frederick Oster,
tubs and churn, 1 00; Dr C N Hickok,
case of teeth, 1 00.
No 01. A display of dental work by
Dr C N Ilickok. These specimens of
the denial art in its various departments
were exquisitely beautiful and worthy
of admiration and stu ly. They would
bear a strict comparison with any simi
lar specimens we have ever seen ex
No. 204, was a mll-jewilod lever
watch without its external case, exhibi.
ted by its maker, Mr D Border, as a
specimen of what Bedford can do in the
difficult art of making time. It ap
peared to be perfect in beauty, finsihed
and movement.
J G i Win Hartley, best brand of
wheat fiour, 82 00; Jonathan Bowser,
second best brand of wheat flour, 1 00;
Messrs Trout, Wilson, Ashcoin and
others exhibited barrels of flour which
deserve particular notice.
Produce of the Dairy, &c.
Mrs D Wash aba ugh, best hard soap,
50c; same, best ham, t 00; Mrs Asa Sil
vers, best fresh butter, 1 00; Mrs Henry
Dorsey, second best fresh butter, 50c;
Mrs Jacob Walter, third best fresh bai
ter, 50c; Mrs David F Mann, best pack
ed butter, Agriculturalist and 1 00; same,
best plum butter, 50c; Mrs Elizabeh,
Morgret, best cheese, 1 00; Wm S Fluek,
Esq., best honey, 1 00; Mrs Elizabeth
Morgret, second best honey, 50c; Fred
erick Sclintbly, best apple-butter, 50c;
Emanuel Smith, be t peach-butter, 50c;
Daniel Washabaugh, best egg plants,
50c. Theexhibition in this department
was exceedingly tveditable.
Fancy A'eedle Work.
Mrs Dr Douglas, best chair cover
$1 00; Jane 31 Mower, chair tidy, 1 00;
31rs Ricdard Silvers, best straw bat 1 00;
3lrs Asa Silvers, second best straw hat;
50c;3Iiss Lottie Watson, best ornamen
ted needlework, 1 00; Mis Kate John
son best wax flowers, 1 00; 31 rs Wm
Bowles, Jr., best lamp mat,soc. The
display in this branch was most excel-
reflecting great credit upon the
Iliram Lentz, gentleman's best saddle,
bridle and 3lurtingals, $2 00; Same,
Ladies' suddie, 2 00; Same, set of doub
le harness, 2 00; There was a blind bri
dle with drawing bit which deserves
special mention.
Jonathan Bowser, best G horse team,
4 00; Same, best 6 mule team, 4 00; Same,
best 4 horse Wagon, 4 00.
It. S. 3lapes, best stallion for all uses
over 4yrs., 86 00; Daniel Barley, second
best stallion, 2 001 Tjios 11 Lyons, best
blooded stallion, 3 00; Wm Dibert, sec
ond best blooded stallion, 2 00; Thos
Grove, third best blooded stallion, 1 00;
P II Shirts, best 3yr. old stallion, 2 00;
Wm Phillips, best mare with colt at her
side 5 00Solomon Diehl second best mare
with colt at her side 2 00; Shannon Ken
edey, best spring colt, 2 00; John 3ia
loy, second best spring colt, 1 Of); Har
rison Reed, best pony and colt, 2 00;
Wm Croyle, best lyr. old colt horse, 1 00;
Jacob Fetter, second best lyr. old colt
horse, 50c; Job Mann, best lyr. old
colt mare, 1 00; George Cessna second
best lyr. old colt mare, 50c; John An
derson, best blooded colt, 1 00; George
Zimmers, best 2 yr. old horse colt, 2 00;
John C Ling, second best 2 yr. old
horse colt, 200; Ezra Williamson, third
best 2 yr. old horse colt, 50c; Win S
Beegle best 2 yr. old mare colt, 1 00;
Daniel Walter, second best 2 yr. old
mare colt, 1 00; Lewis Ling, third best
2 yr. old mare colt, 50c; Geo. Beegle,
host mare and horse colt 2 yr. old, 1( 0;
Wm S Fluck, 1 fine mare colt, 50c; De
walt Harshbarger, best pair match
mare colts 3 00. The 2yr. old colts wore
so nearly equal that the Committee felt
much embarrassed in dealing and the
display of young horses was the best
ever made in the county surpassing
that made at Pittsburg in the opinion
of gentlemen who were present at the
.State Fair. Win Bowles, best 3 vr. old
colt, saddle and driving, $-3 00; James
Curboy, best 3 yr. old colt, draught
100; Henry Boor, best 3yr. oid mare
eolt 30c; John X Shuck best 5 yr. old
driving horse, 2 00; Jacob Heed, second
best o yr. old driving horse, 1 00; Hugh
More, best 4 yr. old gaited horse, 1 00;
Dr B F Harry, best ladies' riding horse,
1 00; David Madura, best gaited horse,
200; Daniel Walter, best Morgan mare
4 yrs. old, 1 "0; John Fetter, best
draught mare, oyrs. old, 200; Geo. Bin
der, Fastest stallion, 10 00, made up by
voluntary subscription; J S Sprout,
best Jack, 1 00. _
Premiums paid at anytime.
ARE— ICKES—On the 13th inst., by the Rev. C.
U lleilinnn. Mr. W. Scott Ake and Miss Ann
Maria Ickes. both of Union tp., Bedford Co.. Pa.
CORLK—DEAL—On the Bih inst., at the Luth
eran parsonage, in Bloody Run. by the Rev. G-. C.
Probst, Mr. John A Corle and Miss Kate A. Deal,
both of Friends' Cove.
J3EEOLE—In Friends' cove, on the 23th ult.,
Martin, and on the 7th inst., Emma Blanch, the
only children of Daniel and Rebecca Beegle.
The former was aged 2 years, 3 months and 29
days, and the latter 5 months and 28 days. Thus,
in a few days, have these respected parents been
bereft of all their dear children. Litt'e Martin
and Emma were sweet infants, almost idolized by
their father and mother. But how soon the icy
touch ' f death and the damp, cold grave withered
the greatest joys and blasted the fondest anticipa
tions. But listen, ye sorrowmgones !
"'Tis Jesus speaks! I fold, says he,
These lambs within my breast ;
Protection they s all find in me,
In me be ever blessed.
Death may the bands of life unloose,
But can't dissolve my love ;
Millions of infant sou is compose
The family aheve."
f f single man, one who can come well recom
mended, to whom good wages and steady employ
ment will be given. Address
octlSwe* Cumberland, Md.
XIL PA.—Good location. Price, $3,500. Terms,
reasonable. Apply personally, or by letter, to
octlSml "Saltan, Bedford CO., Pa..
JL REAL ESTATE.—By virtue of an Order of
the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, the under
signed, administrator of the estate of Henry
Whetstone, late of Monroe township, in said
j couuUr, deceased, will offer for sale by pubiicout
cry upon the premises, on Saturday the 19th day
of November, next, all the following described
two tracts of land, situated in the township afore
said, to wit:
No. 1. Being the MAXSIOX TRACT, adjoining
lands of widow Means' heirs, A J. Steckman.
tract No. 2, hereafter described, containing about
186 acres and 70 perches, more or less, and having
thereon erected a good two and a half storf LOG
DWELLING HOUSE, double Log Barn with sheds,
good granary, Ac., attached, and other out build
ings thereon erected. About 100 acres of this
land is cleared, is under fence and in a good stale
of cultivation, 8 acres of which is good meadow.
There is also a good apple orchard and two never
failing springs of water upon the premises, with
running pumps at the door.
No, 2 Is a tract of Timber land, adjoining the
above, containing 22 acres, and is well covered
with Oak, Pine and other valuable Timber.
These lands are situated in a pleasant neigh
borhood, about 6 miles south of the Rail Road Sta
tion at Bloody Run, and convenient to schools and
churches. Titles indispensable. Also, there will
be sold at the same time and place, hay by the
ton and corn and oats by tbebusbel. Sale to com
inence at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day, when
terms will be made known by
ootlBw4 LEWIS HOWSARE, Adm'r.
WOOD AXD GRAZING LANDS. —In pursuance of an
order of the Orphans' Court of the County of Bed
ford, the subscriber, Trustee to sell the Real Estate
of Dr. William Watson, dee'd, and Administrator
with the Will annexed, of Eliza Watson, deceased,
will expose at Pubhe Sale, on the premises, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1807. the following
described Real Estate, late the property of said de
cedents, situated iu the townships of Bedford and
Cumberland Valley, adjoining and South ot the
Bedford Springs property, viz :
No. 1. Containing 213 Acres and 150 Perches,
neat measure, of which a considerable portion is
cleared and having a TENANT HOUSE thereon
No. 2, Containing 281 Acres and 71 Perches,
neat measure, adjoining Number 1.
No. 3, Containing acres and 36 perches,
neat measure, adjoining number 2, partly cleared.
No. 4, Adjoining No. 3, containing 288 acres and
101 perches, neat measure, of which a large part is
cleared and under fence, and having a TENANT
HOUSE and Double Log Barn thereon erected.
There is upon this tract an excellent SITE FOR A
No. 5, Adjoining the Bedford Springs property,
containing 207 acres and 45 perches, neat measure,
of which a considerable portion is cleared, and
having a TENANT HOUSE thereon erected.
No. 6, Also adj lining the Bedford Springs prop
erty, containing 239 acres and 29 perches, neat
measure, of which a considerable portion is clear
ed and under fence, with a TENANT HOUsE
thereon erected.
No. 7, Being Woodland, containing 253 acre?,
and 27 perches, neat measure, adjoining Nos. 3
and 4.
No. 8, Being al.o Woodland, containing 204 a
cres and 86 perches, neat measure, adjoining No.
6 and tbe Springs property.
These lauds are well timbered, and Nos. 1, 2, 3.
4, 5 and 6 are well watered and will make excel
lent grazing farms.
A draft of the lands can be seen at the office of
the subscriber in Bedlord Borough.
No. 9, All tfce interest which the said Dr. Wil
liam Watson had at the time of his death, in a lot
of ground containing 10 acres, more or less, in the
manor of Bedford, adjoining land of J. Martin's
heirs aud others.
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V x WnwtE.ts, Peter Rowser, Sr.. apd.hoir at
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Bedford county, deed, preseuted a petition setting
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STIFFEEiI, by her
\_y next friend, John Aldstadt, vs. MICHAEL
In the Common Pleas of Bedford county, No. 21' i
Sept. T., 1367. Alius subpoena in Libel for Di
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Slither, respondent in the above case, to show cause
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decreed. The said rule returnable on Monday,
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Attest, ROBERT STEOKMAN, Sheriff.
To Michael Stijflrr and atl others interested.
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day. October 18, 1867, at ten o'clock, A M., when
all interested can attend if they think proper.
stp27w4 M. A. POINTS, Commissioner.
XOTR'E.-Xoiitv is
8 A hereby given that letters testamenui y to
l ne estate of Abraham Keugy, late of M. Woodbury
township, have been giauted to the undersigned
by the Register of Bedford couuty.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
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claims can present them, duly authenticated for
sep2ow6 JOHN KEAtIV, E.x'rs.
V_y QUIRENDO. —Th" undersigned,appointe 1 by
the Court of Common Pleas of Bedford county, a
Commissioner to inquire whether ValentineSteek
nian. of West Providence township, is a lunatic or
not. respectfully gives notice th . t he will attend
to the duties of his appointment, at his office in
Bedford, on Tuesday, the 15th day of October,
18(17, when all interested can attend.
Bep27w4 M. A. POINTS, Commissioner.
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Catharine Dauakcr, dee'd having beeu issued to
the s bseriber, by the Register ot Bedford couuty,
he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to
the estate of "ho deceased to make payment; and
all persons having claims are requested to present
the same properly authenticated for settlement.
oct4w6 ABRAHAM B. BONN, Executor.
T ewis Kcitli, Jacob Carper, S. K.
1 J Brumbaugh, and their successors in office,
Auditors of Middle Woodbury township,
Wm. M Pearson, Treasurer of Middle Wood
bury township.
In the Common Pleas of Bedford county, No. 57
Sept. Term, 1867.
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ou Thursday, the 21th day of October, instant, at
I) o clock. A. M., for the purpose of examining and
stating accounts and taking testimony, where
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oct4w3 JNO. P. REED, Aditor.
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Oct 11 w 6 ELI AS HOOVER, Adm'rs.
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STRAY BULL - "ne trespassing upon the
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the 22nd day of August last, a Red and White
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I7STHAY NOT ICE.—Came to the
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Ocil 1 w.'l JOHN McFERREX. _
y y SYLVAN'I A.— Tn Binkraptei/. At Bed
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The undersigned hereby gives notice ot his ap
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Run borough, in the county of Bedford and Sta.o
of Pennsylvania, within said district, who has
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by the D.strict Court of s dd disriet.
oetllw6 J. K. BoWLES, Assignee.
partnership heretofore existing between
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day dissolved by mutual consent. The busine.-s
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Ri Idlcsburg, Pa., Oct. 11, '67.—m3
'q persons arc hereby notified not to trespass
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sepi w3
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