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HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R.B.
modation Train leaves Saxton at 7.35 a. m.. anj
arrives at Huntingdon, at 9.30 a.m.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 4.40 p. in., and arrives at Saxton at
6.33 p. m.
Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p. m., ar
rives at Huntingdon at 4 17 p. m.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 7.50 a. m., and arrives at Mt. Dallas a
11 05 a. m.
WOOD! WOOD! —Twenty cords of
wood wanted at this office, in payment
of subscription. None but good hick
ory, or chestnut oak will be taken.
DEMOCRATIC JUBILEE AT SCIIELLS
BURG! DINNER, SPEECHES, MUSIC,
AND TORCH-LIGHT PROCESSION !
Pursuant to previous notice the Dem
ocrats of Schellsburg and surrounding
districts, celebrated the recent Demo
cratic victories by a mass meeting in
front of the Exchange Hotel, which
was organized by the appointment of
the following named officers: Presi
d nt, JOHN SILL; Vice Presidents,
Win. Rock, A. E. Schell, Hugh Kin
ton, John Kemerer and John Rinin
ger; Secretaries, John Otto, Jere.
Black, James Staller. Mr. John S.
Schell then stated the object of the
meeting, after which speeches were
made by O. E. Shannon, B. F. Meyers
and Col. John 11. Filler. The meeting !
was large and very enthusiastic. An
elegant dinner was served up by mine
host of the Exchange, Mr. Burton Ed
sal 1, which was greatly enjoyed by
those who partook of it. At night there
was a torch-light procession, which par
aded the streets of the town, with pine
lights and transparencies, making quite
a brilliant display. Some of the trans
parencies were decided hits, and all of
them were well executed. Our young
friend John A. Snively is credited with
the painting of the transparencies, and
we must say lie did it very cleverly.
The procession was led by that veteran
soldier of the Mexican War, Lieut.
John KeefFe, who carried the Stars and
Stripes. After the procession, the
crowd again assembled at the stand in
front of the Exchange, and after vocif
erous calls for Mr. John G. Fisher, that
gentleman appeared, and delivered a
forcible and entertaining speech. After
Mr. Fisher had concluded, Col. Filler
was loudly called for, and that eloquent
champion of freedom stepped upon the
stand, and entertained the audience
with a speech that we have never heard
excelled upon the stump, in vigor,
pointedness.and eloquence. The speak
er was interrupted with frequent bursts
of applause. The meeting adjourned
with three cheers for Col. Filler, and
three times three for the unconquera
ble Democracy. The Democratic Brass
Band was in attendance and enlivened
the occasion with most eloquent mu
ORGANIZATION* OF A LYCEUM.—SAM
BO IN* TUP: WOOD-PILE.—One night
last week some of our towns-folk re
solved that they would make an effort
to start a Lyceum, or Debating Club,
and accordingly a number of them as
sembled at the Court House to carry
their resolution into effect. There were
some eight persons present at the meet
ing. M. A. Points, Esq , was called to
the chair. The committeeon Constitu
tion (Messrs. Keagy and Schaeffer)
made a report, which was read. One
of the articles of this Constitution pro
vided that none but white male citizens,
of a certain age, should become mem
bers of the Lyceum. The reading of
this article at once brought Mr. Dur
borrow, of the Inquirer , to his feet, who
moved to strike it out. Mr. Keagy al
so "went back" upon his own offspring,
and the rest of the Radical brethren
followed suit. The motion to strike
out the words ichite male citizens, was
debated at great length, Messrs. Kerr,
Koontz, Schaeffer, Berkstresser, Reyn
olds and others opposing the motion,
and Messrs. Points, Keagy, Durborrow,
et al., favoring it. Mr. Durborrow
said that he wanted it understood that
he was "one of those who are in favor
of striking out the word white from the
Constitution of Pennsylvania," and
that he would not sign the Cons itution
if the words " white male citizens," were
not stricken out. The scene was truly
alarming. Things looked war-like.
The Chair, terrified by the noise and
confusion, ruled the article out of or
der, and the question was referred back
to the committee. Such things may
astonish our readers, but it is not at all
surprising to us that some people pre
fer debating societies to be composed of
themselves and negroes.
Music AND LEGERDEMAIN. —Mr.
J. 11. Sharp, the Great Musical Wonder,
and a Ventriloquist of more than ordi
nary powers, will give an entertain
ment hi the people of Bedford, at the
Court House, on Friday eveuing next,
Nov. 1. He will give performances
in sleight-of-hand, double voice sing
ing, and Ventriloquism, and will ap
pear in a number of amusing characters.
Admission, 25 cents. Children under
12 years of age, 15 cents. Doors open
at half past six ; performance will be
gin at half past seven. We hope our
readers will turn out and give Mr.
Sharp, a good audience. We have seen
him perform in private, and we must
say that his double-voice singing, alone,
is worth the price of admission.
THE OCEAN.—There is a beauty a
wayouton the broad ocean, away from
sight of land, when the lively breeze
curls the top of every little wave into
foam, and produces on its crest a little
"white cap" or crown. But if you go
to Berk9tresser's fashionable clothing
bazaar, you will find things of beauty
and utility that are durable, and can be
otained for little money.
Too LATE.—The proceedings of the
Bedford County Teachers' Institute,
came too late for publication this week.
Tney will appear in our next.
BUSINESS IN BEDFORD.— We adapt
the following, from the Valley' Spirit,
to our own bailiwick: The election
being over and our farmers having got
through with the busy work of early au
tumn, a revival of business, which has
been rather dull for some months, may
with confidence be expected. Our
merchants and dealers in all sorts of
goods and wares are receiving their
fall and winter supplies, and preparing
to meet the wants of their customers.
They have been able to buy on reasona
ble terms in the cities, and they are
able to sell on like terms to the pub
If there is a single merchant or deal
er of any sort in our midst who is striv
ing after large profits, we advise him to
change his course, and come down to
"quick sales and small profits" at once.
It pays better to sell one thousand dol
: lars' worth of goods per week at a prof
it of ten percent., than the same a
mount per month at a profit of twenty
j per cent. Let our business men of all
classes determine that they will sell at
| the lowest rate of profit within the
j bounds of reason and fairness; let them
make this determination widely
known ; let them sacredly keep every
promise they make to the people; let
their goods and their prices speak for
them to all who may come to examine
and inquire, and we are mistaken if
Bedford does not soon transact a heav
ier business than she ever did.
We invite our friends, both in town
and country, to make a habit of look
ing over the advertising columns of the
BEDFORD GAZETTE. The dealers who
advertise with us are anxious to do
If they were not, they would not ad
vertise. The very fact that they adver
tise in our paper proves that they wish
to sell to our readers. The inau who
wants to sell, and nays no, may gener
ally he relied on to sell at a fair rate,
whilst the one who straightens him
self up and pretends not to care wheth
er he sells or not, will generally be
found to hold his goods or wares as
high as he carries his head.
To those business men who are not
now advertising with us we would say,
come in and ascertain our terms. We
are not suffering for the want of patro
nage, but we are anxious to contribute
to a revival of trade in this beautiful
town of ours, and having advised our
merchants and dealers to sell at the
lowest fair rate of profit, we stand pre
pared to deal with them on the same
liberal terms that we ask them to deal
with the public.
PREDICTIONS A IJOUT THE WINTER.
—We see it generally stated that Euro
pean meteorologists are predicting an
early and hard winter this year, for
the reason that the birds of passage have
begun their migration southwards at
least a month earlier than usual. Storks,
wild ducks and other birds, are repor
ted to be passing southward over
France and Belgium in large numbers.
Similar signs of a severe Winter have,
from time to time been noted in our
country, and we are inclined to attach
more importance to them than weather
prophecies usually deserve. Meteorolo
gists say a wet summer signifies a dry
winter, and dry winters are always
proverbially cold. Housekeepers should
make a note of this inference, which
we think will prove correct.
DEAD.—It is our painful duly to
anounce the death of Mr. John Amos,
of Bedford tp., an old and highly re
spected citizen of this county. He
died at his residence, on Monday mor
ning last, after a lingering illness.
AUCTIONEERING. —Our friend, Capt.
Wm. Gracy, of Ray's Hill, has taken
out an Auctioneer's license, and now
tenders his services to the people of his
vicinity. The Captain is a good fel
low, a brave soldier, and deserves suc
THE REGULATOR.—Don't forgettocall
at the Regulator's, and see Irvine and
Statler's new stock of Boots, IShoes,
Notions, Queensware, Groceries, &c.
Their goods are of the best quality and
they sell at the lowest prices.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.—We call
attention to the advertisement of T.
M. Lynch, in this issue. Mr. Lynch
is the successor of Blymyer and son, in
the hardware business, and has replen
ished the stock, with large and select
NEW GOODS.—See advertisement of
A. B. Cramer & Co., in this paper.—
This firm are noted for the excellent
quality of their goods and the fair pri
ces for which they sell.
CLOTHING, <£C.—Winter is coming,
but Isaac Lippel's new stock of cloth
ing and dry goods have come already.
See inducements in advertising col
SOLD.—Messrs. T. H. & N. J. Lyons,
of this place, have sold their Tan Yard,
in Bedford tp., to some parties in the
East, for $6,500.
—Utah has church property worth
nine hundred thousand dollars.
BLYMYER—SHIRES—On Wednesday, Oct. 23,
by Rev. B. G. W. Reid, Mr B. M. Blymyer to
Miss Annie Shires, both of this place.
We return our thanks for a liberal share of ex
cellent weddiug-cake which accompanied the above
notice, and add our best wishes for the happiness
and prosperity of the newly wedded pair.
SIOOKEY BRUMBAUGH—On Oct. 22, by the
Rev. P Sheeder, Mr. Lyman P. Stookey, of Belle
ville. Ills., to Miss A. Mullie L Brumbaugh, of
Bedford county, Pa. °
DELL.—On the ISth of October, at Claysburg.
G. B McClellan, son of Elias and Rachel Deli'
Aged 3 years, 9 months and 28 days.
LOST. —On Friday, Oct. 2, in the
neighborhood of Jacob Bowser's Store, in
Bedford, a POCKET-BOOK, containing $59, or
more, in money, and some valuable papers
A suitable reward will be paid for the retuxn of
the pocket-book, money and papers to
novlwl#) Or to the Proprietors of this Office.
IT XECUTOR'S SALE OF THE
[ j "MENGEL HOUSE."—The undersigned will
sell at public sale, on WEDNESDAY. NOV. 27th,
1867. that well known three story brick and stone
HOTEL PROPERTY, known as the -Mengel
House." eligibly situated on Julianna Street, in
BEDFORD. PA ~ being on the street leading to the
celebrated Bedford Springs. This property has
been long and tavorably known as a summer resi
dence by many visitors to the Bedford Springs, be
ing always filled with first-class boarders. Be
sides the Hotel building, there is a fine livery sta
ble and other nece-sary improvements. Lot 60
feet by 240. The subscriber, residing in Bedford,
will receive offers and show the premises up to day
of sale. Possession will be given on the Ist day ol
April, or sooner, if desired. If desirous so to do,
the purchaser can buy out the present tenant, who
is doing a pleasant and profitable business.
TERMS—One-half in hand ; balance in two equal
annual payments without interest. Sale at Io -
clock, p. m., of said day. JNO. P. REED,
Ex'rof the last Will, Ac., of Isaac Mengel, dee d,
FJBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
RE AL ESTATE —By virtue of an order of
the Orphans' Court, of Bedford eounty. the under
signed, Administrator of the estate of Franklin
South of Snake Spring tp., dee'd, will offer at pub
lic sale on the premises, on Friday, the 15th day
of November, 1867, the following valuable
real estate, viz : A Farm, or tract of land, known
as the home or mansion place, situaled in Snake
Spring township, containing fifty-four acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Jacob S. Ritchey, John
Snyder and others, about fifty-five acres of wbich
are cleared and under fence, with a two-storied
log house, log burn and other outbuildings thereon
erected. TERMS —One-third cash on confirmation
of sale; one-third Ist of April. 1868, and the re
mainder Ist of April, 1869 ; all with interest from
date Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. in.
novl w3 MARY ANN SOUTH, Adm'rx.
FJBLIU SALE.—Jxo. ALSIP, Auc
tioneer. —By virtue of an order of the Or
phans' Court of Bedford County, the undersigned,
administrator of the Estate of William Bonnell,
late of Londonderry Township, in said County,
dee'd., will offer for sale, by public outcry, upon
the premises, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23d,
1867. all the following described valuable Real
Estate or Farm, situate in the Township afore
said, bounded by lands of Solomon Sturtz on the
Northeast, by Abraham Kerns' heirs on the North
west, by Philip Rush on the Southwest, by Abra
ham Kerns" heirs on the Southeast, containing 288
ACRES and 46 Perches and allowance and hav
ing thereon erected a one and a half story log
DWELLING HOUSE, Log barn, with threshing
floor and sheds attached, and other outbuildings.
There is also a good black-mith Shop on the prom
ises. About 50 acres are cleared and under fence
and the balance of the tract is well covered with
excellent oak, pine and bark timber. This prop
erty is favorably located in a pleasant neighbor
hood about 11 tniles from the Extensive Steam
Tannery of Messrs. Boblitz & BlacK, at the foot of
Dry Ridge, and is also well supplied with never
failing springs of water.
Sale to commence at II o'clock, A. M., of said
day, when Terms will be made known by
novlw4 JACOB TROUTMAN, Jr., adtn r.
I 1 BEAT BARGAINS!
The undersigned have opened a very full supply
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Our stock is complete and is not surpassed in
QUALITY AND CHEAPNESS.
* The old system of
having exploded, we are determined to
SELL GOODS IPON THE SHORTEST PROFIT
CASH OR PRODUCE.
To prompt paying customers we will extend
a credit of four mouths , but we wish it expressly
understood, after the period named, account will be
due and interest will accrue thereon.
BUYERS FOR CASH
may depend upon
n0v1,'67 A. B. CRAMER & CO.
INT Elt I S COMI NG!
PREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER !
The undersigned hast just received from the
Eastern Cities, a large and varied stock of
which he will sell very CHEAP FOR CASH or
COUNTRY PRODUCE. All wool pants and vests
as low as $B.OO to $12.00; overcoats, from $3.00 to
$30.00; cloths, cassimeres, cassinetts, Ac., of the
best quality, and at the lowest prices; under-cloth
ing, such as under-shirts and drawers, at $l.OO
each ; also, flannel shirts, at $1.75.
lie has also on hand a large assortment of
such as ladies' dress goods, consisting of all wool
delaines; calicoes, at 10, 12. 15 and 16 cents per
yard ; muslins, at 10, 12,14 and 20 ; also NOTIONS
in great variety; queensware, groceries, hoop
skirts, cotton-chain, tobacco and cigars, Ac., Ac.
And a good supply of gum coats and blankets al
ways on band. Gum blankets at $1.75.
Thankful for past favors, he would solicit the
continued patronage of the public, feeling confi
dent that he can please al! who purchase at his
store. Remember the place, the '-Old Colonnade,"
southeast corner of Richard and Pitt streets. Bed
ford, Pa. ISAAC LIPPEL.
no v 1 m 3
JU A It D W A R E!
A NEW HAND AT THE BELLOWS,
at the old stand of BLYMYER A SON.
The undersigned, having purchased the entire
stock of Geo. Blymyer A Son, and having added
thereto, by fresh purchases in the East, respectful
ly annonnces to the public, that he is now prepa
red to sell at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES,
APPROVED COUNTRY PRODUCE,
everything in the HARDWARE line, such as
Joiners', Cabinet and
Shoemakers' tools and
findings, cross-nut and mill
saws, grindstones and fixtures,
saddlery of all kinds, nails by the
keg or pound, wagou tire, strap iron,
nail rod, double and single shear, blister
and cast steel, horse-shoes by the keg or smal
ler quantities, double and single bitted axes,
cu lery of every description, knives and forks very
cheap, and the very best pocket knives, Porte
uiouaies and pocket-books, silver tea and ta
ble spoons in sets, brittania ware in sets,
trays. Ac,, paints, oils and varnishes,
window glass all sizes, lamps and
lamp chimneys, wooden and
willow ware, wash boards,
churns, manilla rope,
brushes of every description, shoe black
ing, shovels and forks, grain shovels,
chains of all kinds, sausage cutters and
sole and kip leather, also the very best
calf skins, buffalo robes, and a general
variety of goods kept in a first-class
HARDY'ARE SI ORE.
Our object shall be to be governed by the
golden rule, to do unto others as you would wish
tj be done by We intend to sell at par rates, and
by fair dealing hope to merit a continuance of the
pitroizage bestowed on Blymyer A Son.
jwvlm6 THOMAS M LYNCH
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Send for agent's circular. The first who apply se
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R BRADSTREET A CO., Boston, Mass
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VI r ANTED.—Salesmen to travel and
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rpHIS Is NO HUMBUG!— By send
[_ ing 30 cents, and stamp, with age, height,
euior of eyes and hair, you will receive, by returu
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wife, with name and date of marriage. Address
MINNIE CLIFTON, P. 0. Drawer No. 8, Fulton
ville. N. Y.
LA D 1133 AND GEN i'LEME N, You
can have a beautiful Card Photograph frte
of expense, (with circulars of our great Dry and
Fancy Goods Sale) by sending stamp for return
postage to EASTMAN A KENDALL, 65 Hanover St.,
IT IS TUE BEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED TO
AUKNTS ! One or two days' time will secure a
good Sewing Machine, Watch, Sitlc Dress, tie
volver , or some other artiele of equal value, Free
of Cost !
Agents wanted everywhere, male and female,
for the bes't One Dollar Pawnbroker's Sale in the
eouutry. Send for circular. S. C. THOMPSON
A CO., 31 Exchange Street, Boston, Mass.
Wanted—Ageuts to sell the best
low-priced Sewing Machine ever made—eith
e, S2OU by the month or on commission. Our ma
chine will sew, hem, fell, tuck, bind, and embroid
er equal to a high priced machine. Cut any third
stitcii, and the goods will tear before the seam
will give out. From $75 to $2OO per mouth, ex
penses paid. Address BAKER SEWING MA
CHINE CO., Cleveland, 0.
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HUBBKLL A PARSONS, Unudilla, N. Y.
WANTED—3 CENTS—To sell a live
man in every county, a business paying $250 per
month sure. J C. TlLTON,Pittsburg, Pa.
WE ARE COMING, and will pre
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our Great One Price Sale, of Dry and Fancy Goods,
Ac., a Silk Dress Pattern. Piece of Sheeting.
Watch, Ac., free ot cost. Catalogue of goods, and
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PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS in great variety and
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county. A large assortment of GILT FRAMES,
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sep2ui3 T. R. GETTY'S.
T) 11. SIRES' MARBLE WORKS.
I R. 11. SIPES having established a m inu'
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
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He keeps on hand a stock of fine Gold and Sil
cr 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-
C 1 oTTA G E SEM I NARY FOR
) YOUNG LADIES, POTTSTOWN, PA —This
Institution is located on the Philadelphia and
Reading Railroad, two hours ride from Philadel
phia. The next yearly session will open Tuesday,
September 10th, to continue ten months. Terms
for Boarding and Tuition for ten months, $260.
Extras at the usual rates For rurthei informa
tion send for circular to Rev. JOHN MOORE,
LUMBER.— 60,000 feet Oak, White
and Yellow Pine Lumber on hands and for
sale by J. B. WILLIAMS A CO ,
junl4,'67tf Bloody Run, Pa.
MERCHANTS and MECHANICS,
and Business men generally will advance
their own interests by advertising in the columns
of THE GAZETTE.
T)RINTERS' INK has made many a
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mended, to whom good wages and steady employ
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octlBw3* Cumberland, Aid.
"VTOTICK OF DISSOLUTION.—The
j_ partnership heretofore existing between
Richard Lnngdon and James G Slenker, under
the style and title of Langdon and Slenker, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will hereufter be continued bv the said Richard
Langdon. RICHARD LANGDON.
J AS. (}. SLENKER.
Riddlesburg, Pa., Oct. 11, '67.—m3
"I^"OTICE.— Notice is hereby given
that there will be exposed at public sale, on
Tuesday, November 19th, 1867, at the north end
<f Richard street, in the Borough of Bedford, the
Bridge on which the Bedford and Holiidaysburg
road, crosses the Juniata.
oct2sw3* JOSIAH PENROSE.
OYES ! O YES! O Yes!— The nil- ,
dersigned having taken out auctioneer li- i
cense holds himself in readiness to cry sales and
auctions on the shortest notice. Give him a call. I
Address him at Kay's Hill. Bedford county. Pa.
ocl2 ■mf WILLIAM GRACEY.
FJRE GRAPE WINE FOR SA
Pure Blackberry Wine nine years old, sold
when prescribed by a regular physician.
No. I Diamond coal oil, clear as crystal.
Heavy Flint Glass lamp chimneys.
At lIECKERMAN A SON'S Drug Store.
N OTICE.—AII in our debt will please
bear in mind we are preparing to make our
fall purchases, aud must have money. In many
eases longer indulgence cannot be given, and we
earnestly hope all who they have not paid
us, will read this notice, come forward and pay up
at once. Our terms are six luomhs, and upon all
accounts, we charge interest, after due.
aug9. A. B. CRAMER k CO.
MONEY SAVED. —lntending' toa
dopt the cash system Oct. 1. 1867, and desi
rous of reducing our stock as low as possible, before
making fall purchases, we will offer many great
bargains for CASH. A. B. CRAMER & CO.
N OTICE.—THE CASH SYSTEM
IN FASHION ! —The undersigned takes this j
method of requesting all persons indebted to him
to call and settle their accounts. This notice must I
be observed. On and after October I, 1867. he I
will sell goods for cash and approved produce j
only, having been convinced, by experience, that
the cash system is the best f>r bis customers ns
well as himself. A. L. DEFIBAUGH.
STRAY SHEEP.—Came tresspass
ing upon the premises of the subscriber, in |
Colerain tp., on or about the first of September,
last, twelve head of sheep, soute of fheut lambs)
those marked having both ears cropped the lambs
not marked. The owner is requested to prove bis
property, pay charges, and lake them away, or
they will be disposed of according to law.
oet2sw3 REUBEN SMITH.
Bi 11DG E ROOFING.—The commis
sioners of Bedford couniy will let, on the
premises, to the lowest and best bidder, on Tues
day, November sth, at 10o'clock. A. M., the roof
ing of the bridge across Dunning's creek near the
house of Joseph Griffith, in St. Clair township.
By order of the board.
oet2sw2 JNO. G. FISHER, Clerk.
QOLDIERS' BOUNTIES.—The ui.-
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
f\ Notice is hereby given that letters of admin
istration have been granted to the undersig ed by
the Register of Bedford county, upon the estate of
Jeremiah Morris, late of Monroe township, dec'd.
All persons having claims against said estate
are requested to present them, properly authenti
cated, for settlement, and those indebted to the
estate to make immediate payment.
oct2sw6* HORATIO J. MEANS, Adin'r.
IJ X ECUTO It's N< yriCE.—Letters
j Testamentary upon the last Will, Ac., of Ann
Catharine Danaker, dec'd having been issued to
the s bscriber, by the Register of Bedford county,
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.
octlw6 ABRAHAM B. BUNN, Executor.
ADMINISTRATE: >RS' NOTICE.—
Letters of administration having been grant
ed to the subscribers, residing in Liberty Town
ship, by the Register of Bedford County, upon the
Estate of David Kensinger, late of said township,
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and tnose having
claims thereon will present them, duly authenti
cated, for settlement.
_oetllw6 ELIAS HOOVER, Adm'rs.
RVJ r ISTKIt'S NOTICE.—AII per
i 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' Court,
in and forsaid county, on Tuesday, the 19th day of
November next, at the Court llouse, in Bedford,
for confirmation :
The account (f John Ilarcleroad, administrator
of the estate of Christian Hareleroad, late of Bed
ford. p., dee d.
The account of John Dicken. E x'r of the last
Will Ac., of Moses Dicken, late of Cumberland
Valley tp., dec'd.
The account of Daniel Fletcher. Ex r of the last
will Ac., of John Morton, late of Monroe township,
The final account of David M. Reploglc. Adm'r
of the estate of George Sharp, late of Middle
Woodberry tp., dec'd.
The account of Hiruin Davis, Adm'r of the es
tate of David Roudabush, late of Napier township,
The account of Albert Wright and Edwin V.
Wright, Admr's of the estate of Thos. G. Wright,
la eof St. Clair tp.. dec'd.
The account of Michael Weitz, Esq., Testamen
tary Guardian of Joseph CL.ycomb.
The account of George B. Holsinger, Guardian
of Louisa Funk.
The account ot James M. Eurodollar, Ex'r of
the last will Ac. of Sarah Fare, la f e of Bloody
Run Borough, d-c'd.-
The account of David C. Long. Adtn'r of the es
tate of Richard W. Jones, lateofSoulh Woodberry
The account of Aaron Wilson, Guardian of Mag
gie. Charles A Jonathan C. Dicken, minor children
ot Jonathan C. Dicken, late of Cumberland Valley
oct2sw4 0. E. SHANNON, Reg'r.
IIST OF CAUSES, put down for
J trial at November Term, 1807, (18th day.)
W. S. Eutrekin vs. Kensinger A Fluck,
John Crist vs. Elizabeth Cori,
David Heidler vs. Huntingdon A B. T
Mo. R. R. A Coal Co.
Michael Ritchcy vs. Jos. B. Stoner,
Jos. A Josi.ah Kennard vs. Dan'l A Arnold Lash
Geo. W Meyers vs. Mieh'l Feather et al,
David B. Bulger vs. Jac. Brenneman,
Jeremiah Knouff' vs. Jno. H. Wertz et al,
Thos. R. Evans vs. Isaiah Shafer, et at,
Jas. Patton vs. Dr Wm. Bureh,
Johu Black, et al, vs. Cath Trieker,
Jas. Patton vs. Dr. Win Burch,
Sam'l Crisman, et al, vs. Jno. Ake's Adm'r.
Thos. Ritehey vs. Jac Lingeufelter, et al
Fred. Smith, et al, vs. Alex. Fletcher, et at,
Same vs. Jno. Cavender, et al,
Sam'l J. Castuer, et al, vs. Michael Fox,
Michael Hogan vs. Alvah Boylan,
John S. Hetrick vs. Jno. G. Clark,
Geo. S. Potter vs. Jno. Eberly,
Jno. Stresser vs. Levi Fluck,
Certified, October 14. 1807
oct2sw4 0. E. SHANNON, Proth.
CIOURT PRO CLAM ATI ON.—7b
/ the Coroner, the Justices of the Peace, and
Constables in the different Townships in the
Co"iity of Bedford, Greeting: KNOW VK, that
in pursuance of a precept to me directed, under
the hand and seal of the Hon. ALEXANDER
KING, President of the several Courts of Common
Pleas, in the 16th 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. GCMP, and WILLIAM G. EICIIOLTZ, 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 lid Monday of
November, (being the lSt/i day.) 1807, at lOo'eloei
m 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 25th day of
October, in the year of our Lord, 1867.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, | Sheriff.
Bedford, Oct. 25, 1867. J iv 4
1 IST OF GRAND JUR6 RS
I J Drawn for November Term, 3d Monday, 18th
I day A. P.. 1367:
lied ford tv.— David Points, Foreman.
Bedford Bor —Joseph Alsip.
Broad Tup —James Ross.
Hopewell —George Clapper, W. H. Dasher, John
llamson —John 11. Werlz, Jantes Scott, Sam
uel B. Huffman.
Juniata —Stephen McCreary, John Armell
Liberty —Johu McClain, Henry Kelly, John
Providence E. —Francis W. Pee.
Providence IF".— Joseph Whetstone.
St. Clair —Henry Kaufiuian, Joseph Furgeson,
Josiah Penrose, Samuel lekes Jr.
Southampton —George Miller.
Union —W. J. Palmer, Samuel T. Barklay,
Drawn and certified at Bedford, this 16th day of
September. A. D. 1867.
Attest: Jury Com'rs.
J NO. G. FISHER, Clerk.
J 1 1ST OF PETIT JURORS, drawn
d for same term.
Bedford Bor.— Samuel Shuck. John A. Mowry.
Bedford tp. —Daniel Walter, Miehael Dibert,
Broad Top —William Foster.
Cumber/and Valley —Peter Deremer, William
Smith, Henry J. Brunner, John J. Wertz.
Colerain —David Whetstone.
Hopewell —Samuel Davis.
Juniata —William Frazier of George.
Loudondeny —Samuel Carpenter. Henry Miller.
Monroe —David Miller, Edmund Asb.
Napier —John Williams, George W. Blackburn,
Providence IV. —Daniel Stnouse. John L Mor
timore. John C. Calhoun.
St. Clair —William Yont, Hiram Blackburn.
Southampton —J antes Northcraft, Lewis Brown
Union George Bceglc. Joseph Croyle, George
Sowers. Miehael Moses, Emanuel Beuton, Jacob
Woodberry M. —William Simpson, James Mil
ler, David F. Keagy.
Wootlberry S —D. B. Armstrong. D. F Puck,
Drawn anil certified at Bedford, this 16th day of
September. A. D., 1867.
Attest: Jury Coui'rst*
JNO. G FISHER, Clerk. oct2sw4
SHERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of
_ sundry writs of fieri facias and venditioni ex
ponas to me directed, there will be sold at the
court house, in the Borough of Bedford, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH, A. D. 1867.
at 10 o'eloek A.M., the following real estate, viz:
One tract ot laud containing one hundred and
ninety-five acres, more or less, about forty-five
acres cleared and under fence, with a one-story log
house and log stable thereon, and a small orchard,
adjoining lands of James Bowman, Isaac Uiines,
M.try Jones. Michael Sloner, Elias Murphey, and
otbers, situated in Southampton township; taken
in execution as the properly of George W Buxton.
Also—One tract of land containing one hundred
acres, more or less, about fifty-four acres cleared
and under fence, with a two story log dwelling
house and log stable 'hereon erected : also one ap
ple orchard thereon, adjoining lands of Adam
oh ffer, Samuel Shafl'er, Jaeoh Oetnler and others,
situated in St. Clair township. Bedtord county, and
taken in execution as the property of Andrew Ad
The following tracts of land situate in Union town
ship, viz :
All Defendant's interest in and to a tract of land,
adjoining Valentine Fiekes, dee'd, on the uorth,
Conrad littler and Win. Cook, on the east. John
George on the south, Joseph Cook and Thomas
Cook on the west, eoiitaiuiug 196 acres more or
Also—Al' Defendant's interest in aud to a tract
of land, adjoining Edward ShoeitMerger on the
south, Henry B >quot on the west, Peter Shoenber
ger and Win. Cook on the north, and Win. George
on ihe east, containing 310 acres, more or less.
Also —All Defendant's interest itt and to a tract
of land, adjoining John Berkhimer on the south,
Jacob Fisher, uow others, on the west. John George
on the north, and John Couple's improvement on
the east, containing 370 acres, more or less, 25 a
cres of which are cleared and un .er fence.
Also—All Defendant s interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining lands of Jofin Fetter on the
east, Henry Johnson on the south, Edwin Shoeu
bergt-r and Win. George on the west, and Johu
Cessna on the north, containing 400 acres.
Al*—AH Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of laud, adjoining the summit ot Dunning's moun
tain on the east, James Watt on the South. Win.
Berkhimer and others on the west, aud William
George on the north, containing 289 acres more or
Also —All D'-fendant's interest in and to a tract
of laud, adjoining lands of John Ake on the north
west, Conrad Claycouib on the North-east, and
John Bowser on the south-west, containing 80 a
cres aud 10 perches more or le-s.
Also —All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
oflaud, unjoining lunds of Adam Shaffer on the
east. Jantes Johnson on the south, Dr. Shoenber
ger s heirs on the west, ami Jacob Eekart on the
north, containing 259 acres, more or less.
Also —All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
ot land, adjoining landsof Edward Evans on the
west, Mary Dyee on the north, Pressel's heirs on
the east, andCtiarios Williams on the south, con
taining 250 acres more or less
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adj fining Conrad Itnler on the west, Ed
ward Evans aud James Johnson on the north, and
lauds of Samuel B trclay's he rs on the south curt
aining 180 acres, in >re or less.
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
ot land, adjoining lauds of the Defendant on the
south, east and west, aud John Shea on the north,
containing 173 acres more or less.
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining lands of Chirles Petit on the
east, above described land on the south and east,
land of John Shea on the North, and George
Criugtiau, on the west containing 173 acres, more
Also —All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining iauds of John Shea and John
Little on ttie south and west. Edward Evans on the
North, and Charles Williams on the east, contain
ing 121 acres, more or less
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining lands of John Buyer and Dr.
Shoenberger on the north and west, Edward Evans
on the South, containing 88 acres, more or less.
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining the last above described tractof
land on the s> uth-eaat, Joseph Ake ott the south
west, and Dr. Shoettberger's heirs on the north
and north-east, containing 124 acres, more or less.
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining other land of Defendant on the
southwest, the Blair county line on the northeast,
Jacob Eekart on the south, containing 100 acres,
more or less.
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining lands of Matthew Potter on the
southwes', Emanuel Bollinger on the northwest,
Jacob Butket's heirs on the cast, containing 100
acres, more or less, being part of Jacob Burfcei's.
Also—All Defendant's interest in and to a tract
of land, adjoining landsof Dr. Shoenberger in right
of James McCoriuick on the north and Jacob Bur
ket's heirs on the south, containing 74 acres, more
Seized and taken in execution as the property
ofG. T. MoCormack.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, j ROBERT STECKMAN.
Out. 25, 1867.-w4. ) Sheriff.
I - EXTENSIVE PRIVATE BALE
jOF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.—The un
dersigned will sell at private sale, several adjoin
ing and contiguous tracts of land, 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. ai.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 tracts contains an enviable site for a TAN
YARD, with all the advantages of water, and is
alongside of Chestnut Ridge, where the resources
for B irk 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 anil in abund
ance upon some of these tracts. This property lies
12 miles North of Bedford, and in a country noted
for its good roads, leading North, South, East and
West, to Bedford, Holiidaysburg. Johnstown, and
other points, ou the Pettu'a Central Railroad.
Farmers, Lumbermen, Tanners and Speculators
should examine the premises, as these lands will
be sold ou fair and reasonable terms.
T. 11. LYONS,
juuB,'66. _ N J. LYONB
OPLKNUIB FARM FOR SALE—
7 miles from Bedford, containing ONE HUN
DRED AND FIFTY ACRES, 125 acres undereul
tivation, half creek 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 <fc DICKERSON,
oct26tf Bedford, Pa.
1 r A LEA Ji L EiIEA J L L&TA i L A T
\ 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 iu 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-tailing spring of water.
For particulars inquire at the store ot Mrs. S. L.
Mann, Bloody Run, or of Dr. Hickok, Bedtord; Pa.
1 Dec 15, '65.