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HUNTING DON AND BROAD TOP R.R.
—WINTER ARRANGEMENT. —TIME TABLE.—Accom
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. m., and arrives at Saxton at
6.38 p. m.
Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p. m., ar
rives at Huntingdon at 4 17 p. in.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 7.50 a. in., and arrives at Mt. Dallas a
11.05 a. m.
There will be a Mass Meeting of the
Democrats and Conservatives of Bed
ford county, at the Court House, on
MONDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER
18th (Court week) to celebrate the vic
tories achieved at the recent elections.
A number of addresses will be deliver
ed upon the occasion. Let the people
turn out and hear the state of the coun
try discussed, so that they may make
up an honest judgment in regard to
their political duty in the future.
Chairman Dem. Co. Coin.
W. C. SCHAEFFER, Sec'y.
THE NEED OF TIIE DEMOCRACY. —
One thing is now certain, to wit: Jtail
icalism must, in future, rely upon prej
udice and ignorance for success. It is
equally certain that Democracy must
look to the intelligence and reason of
the people for aid and recuperation of
strength. Radicalism manipulates the
unlettered and half-civilized ex-slaves
of the South, by appeals to their cupid
ity and base passions, and thus hopes
to maintain its power. But Democra
cy could not, if it would, resort to such
dastard means. It must convince the
thinking, cool-headed, patriotic people
of the North, and by so doing it alone
can succeed. How is this to be done?
We answer, mainly through the influ
ence of the press. Democratic newspa
pers are the surest and most effective
engines that can lie used in the work of
the political regeneration ofthe people.
Could every Republican in Bedford
county, read a Democratic newspaper,
weekly, for one year, there would be
1000 Democratic majority in thecounty,
at the succeeding election. The people
need only to see and know the truth in
regard to the doings of Radicalism, to
cause them to turn their backs upon it.
H nee, we would urge upon the leading
Democrats of the different districts of
this county, to canvass actively for
subscribers to the GAZETTE. Let the
work commence now. Campaign pa
pers are not of near so groat service, as
regular issues. In every township some
Democrat could make himself useful
to the cause, by inducing his neighbor
to subscribe for bis county paper. Of
course this will benefit the publishers,
but it will be of far greater advantage
to the party. Now, friends, "put your
shoulders to the wheel," and let your
motto for the next three months be,
"Circulate the GAZETTE."
CLOSE OF THE NORMAL SCHOOL.—
The session of the Bedford County Nor
mal School, has closed, and we cannot
permit the opportunity to pass, with
out expressing our conviction that the
"institution" has proved a decided suc
cess. The young ladies and gentlemen
in attendance, exhibited more than or
dinary ability, and we are glad to say
that this year Bedford county will fur
nish more and better teachers than she
has at any previous period. Mr. H.
W. Fisher, the County Superintendent
of Common Schools, deserves great
credit for his assiduous attention to the
duties of his office, and for the careful
selection of assistants who understand
their business and make thorough per
formance of their work. On our out
side will be found a report of the pro
ceedings of the Bedford County Teach
ers' Association. This society has al
ready produced good results, and de
serves the encouragement of all who
are interested in the progress of our
schools. Teaching is just as much a
profession, as Law or Medicine, and
should, therefore, be studied with equal
care. Hence, the usefulness of Teach
ers' Institutes, and other instrumental
ities to educate the Teacher in his call
BEDFORD UXIOX SCHOOL.-Theeoin
mon schools of this borough, will open
on Monday, next, 11th inst. The board
of Directors have appointed Mr. John
M. Reynolds, Principal, with the fol
lowing named persons as assistants:
Samuel J. Jordan, Samuel D. Middle
ton, Miss Mary Holderbaum, Miss
Jennie Smith, Miss M. J. O'Conor.
These appointments are said to give
general satisfaction. John Cessna, Esq.,
was elected Director, last Spring, upon
the hobby that no more female teach
ers should be employed. lie assured
his supporters that if he would be e
lected, he would see to it that none but
males should teach. Those who swal
lowed the bait with which John angled
for their votes, would like to have
some explanation of the failure of his
omnipotence to prevent ladies from
getting schools. Some of them are ev
en inquiring whether he made any ef
fort at all to fulfil his promise.—Miss
Amanda Hansom was appointed teach
er of the colored school.
THE CELEBRATED MORNING GLORY
GAS BURNER. —This stove requires to
be filled with coal, once in twenty-four
hours, this is all theattention it requires
as it is a Self-Eeeder , and keeps fire
all the time. BALTIMORE GAS BURN
ING FIRE-BOARD STOVE. HEATERS
for Churches, Schools and Duellings.—
Also second hand stoves suitable for
Churches and School-Houses, will be
sold low. Call at B. M. Blymyer &
Co's Store, No. 1 Stone Row.—novßw3
BEDFORD CLASSICA L SCHOOL.— I TH : S
school, which was formerly kept by
the Rev. John Lyon, re-opened on
Monday, under the Principalshipof Mr.
Frederick Woods who conies to our
town highly recommended as a teach
er. The School is for both sexes and
instruction will be given in the ordi
nary English branches, together with
the usual classical course in Latin,
Greek and Mathematics, to prepare
Students for College. The French,
German, Italian and Spanish languag
es will also be taught when required.
Terms are moderate and every etfort
will be put forth to make this a first
class school. Pupils from a distance
can find board in town on reasonable
ENCOUNTER WITH BEARS.— On
Thursday last, Porter M. Skinner and
David Cowan were out on the moun
tain, a few miles from Fannettsburg,
this county, looking after cattle, when
they discovered three bears on one
tree. Thebearsattempted to escape, and
as the party had neither guns or dogs,
were prevented from doing so by the
free use of clubs and stones. One of the
party then stood sentinel, while the
other went some two miles for a gun.
The first one shot at was wounded and
fell to the ground, but not so badly
hurt but that he was able to show fight.
After a severe en counter, however, they
succeeded in dispatching him with their
clubs. The second one they shot dead,
while the third one made his escape.
The gentlemen were uninjured. This
is altogether the tallest bear hunt ofthe
season. Bears appear to be unusually
plenty on the North Mountain this sea
son. Several have been captured in the
neighborhood of MeConnellsburg.—
Fran klin Repository.
THE Good work undertaken by the
Washington Library Company of Phila
delphia, for the endowment ofthe Riv
erside Institute as a National Home
and College for the orphans of those
soldiers who were fed at the Noble Na
tional Refreshment Saloon of that city,
goes bravely on. That their noble ob
ject may be most surely accomplished,
they have issued five series of fine steel
plate engravings, one of which is given
with every share of stock sold, at pri
ces much below their retail value. In
connection with this superb induce
ment, every shareholder is guaranteed
a present in tiie great distribution of
$300,000. Many of them are quite for
tunes of themselves. We notice that
one is worth as high as S4O,(KM),
another $20,000, another SIB,OOO,
one SIO,OOO, one $50,000, two $25,000
each, and a large number ranging from
SIOOO to SSO each. Read advertise
NEW GOODS! GREAT EXCITEMENT
AND NO WONDER!—A. L. Deflbaugh
has just received a large lot of new
Goods which "take down" in quality,
variety and cheapness, any stock re
cently brought to this "viiliage."—
Call and see him, at his old stand,
Cam's building, opposite the Post Of
WESTWARD HO !—'-Westward the
stars of Empire takes its way," and so
has Berkstresser & (Jo's Clothing Em
porium, and so must the people if they
would buy goods cheap. The largest
stock of Ready-made clothing, Notions
and Hats, will be found at Berkstress
er's, one door west of the Washington
House. See their advertisement.
NOTICE. —The books of the late firm
ofG. Blymyer & Son, are ready for set
tlement. Persons who are indebted to
the firm will please settle immediately,
as it is necessary that our books be set
tled at once; accounts not closed by
cash must be closed by note. The
books of the firm will be found at the
stove store of B. M. Blymyer & Son.
YOUR CHILDREN.— If you wish your
children to make rapid progress at
school this winter, call at Heckerman's
drug store, and get new books for them.
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.
—The three hundred and fiftieth an
niversary of the Reformation was cele
brated in St. Louis yesterday. A pro
cession of ten thou, and persons, with
music and banners, marched through
the public streets.
—The mountains around Johnstown
were on fire during last week, and the
spectacle presented at night is said to
have been a most beautiful one.
—Fred. Douglass lectured on negro
suffrage and negro equality in Reading
on Thursday night last.
—ln St. Joseph, Mo., on Thursday
night, a livery stable and three dwell
ing houses were destroyed by fire.—
Twenty horses perished in the flames.
—A number of clerks in the Pay
master's Department, at Washington,
received notices of dismissal yester
—According to John Sherman there
are two hundred and forty thousand
copperheads in Ohio.
BARCLAY—DE CHARMES—At Cincinnati.
0., on the 24th Oct., by Rev. W. tl. Benade. assis
ted by Rev. Mr. Sewall. R. D. E irclay, Esq , of
Philadelphia, to Miss Mary De Chariaes, of the
Our triend, the bridegroom, is 080 of nature's
noblemen, and we wish him and bis bride many
years of happiness and prosperity.
CLE\ ENGER—HARWOOD—On the 29th inst.,
at Stoner's Hotel, Bloody Run, by the Rev. G. C.
Probst, Mr. Harry Clevenger of Hirrisonville.
Fulton county, and Miss Sue Harwood, of Piper's
Run, Bedford county.
MUM A W—CLKVENGER—AIso, at the same
time and place, by the same, Mr D. R. Murnaw
and Miss Eve Clovenger, both of Harrisouville
Fulton co. Pa.
MTLLER—In Waynesboro, on the 22d October,
William Edgar, son of A. and I. Miller, aged 6
years, 4 months. 4 days.
Dearest Willie, thou hast left us! Here your
1 >3s we all do feel; but in Heaven we hope to meet
you, where no farewell tear is shed !
HORATIO J. MEANS, Licensed
Auctioneer, tenders his services to all per
sons haviug sales, or vendues. Give him a call.
Residence, Black Valley, Monroe tp., six miles
South of Bloody Bun. novßm3
BEDFORD SPCIXGS FEMALE
SEMINARY.— A Boarding And Day
School For Young Ladies. The next Quarter
will commence Monday, November IT. TEEMS,
perauarter of ten weeks, $6 to $lO.
Principal, MRS. C. \ • R- BONNES .
Rev. A. V. C. Sehenck, W. P. Schell,
O. E. Shannon, A. King,
T. R Gettys, Jacob R< ed,
Bedford, novSwd G. W. Rupp.
rpo BUILDERS.—There will be a-
L warded by public outcry, at Centreville, on
Saturday, 231 inst , the contracts for building
three School houses in the township of Cumber
land V • Hey, the lowest and best bidder, in each
case, to be awarded the contract. Specifications
and plans may b< seen at the store of D. R. An
derson, in Centreville. Bv order of the Board
WM. MASON, Pres't.
D. R. ANDERSON - , Sec'y.
4 DM INISTR ATOR'S NOTICE.—
/~\ Notice is hereby given that letters of admin
istration have been granted to the undersgned. by
the Register of Bedford county, upon the estate of
Martin Ituler. late of Union township, decea ed.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims are requested to
present them properly authenticated tor settle
ment. [uovSwt)| JOSEPH IMLER Adnrr.
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REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC
SALE.—The undersigned. Attorneys in fact
of the widow and heirs of David Kensinger. dee'd,
will sell at public gale, at Stouerstown. on Thurs
day, the 28th day of November, inst., a tract of
land containing in and about 50 acres, being a
portion of the David Kensinger Farm, adjoining
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und the other half undulating upland ; about 10
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the subscribers, at Stouerstown.
novßw3 EUAS HOOVER.
CL< )TIIING EMPORIUM
Has been removed to SIITJCK S ROOM, one
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The undersigned would beg leave to inform their
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We have a lot of Army Clothing,
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Also, by HENRY C. MOORE, 429 Market Street,
Philadelpnia, and STELLMANN, HINRICIIS A
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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 IIAIiD WARE line, such as
Joiners', Cabinet and
Shoemakers' tools and
findings, cross-cut and mill
saws, grindstones and fixtures.
saddlery of all kinds, nails by the
keg or pound, wagon 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,
cutlery of every description, knives and forks very
cheap, and the very best picket knives, Porte
iuouaies and pocket-books, si ver tea and ta
bic spoons in sets, brittauiiT ware m sets,
trays, Ac,, paints, oils and varnishes,
window glass all sizes, lamps and
lamp chimneys, wooden and
willow ware, wash boards,
churns, manill.a rope,
brushes of every description, shoe black
ing, shovels and forks, grain shovels,
chains of all kinds, sausage cutters and
solo and kip leather, also the very best
calf skins, buffalo robes, and n general
variety of goods kept in a first-class
HARDI v ARE STORE.
OP* O ur object shall be to be governed by the
goldcu rule, to do unto others as you would wish
to be done by We intend to sell at par rates, and
by fair dealing hope to merit a continuance of the
patronage bestowed on Blymyer A Sou.
novlmfi THOMAS M. LYNCH.
J ARGEST! CHEAPEST! BEST!
B. M. BLYMYER & CO.,
LARGEST STOCK OF STOVES
ever brought to Bedford.
B. M. BLYMYER & CO.,
CHEAPEST STOCK OF STOVES
ever brought to Bedford.
B. M. BLYMYER & CO.,
BEST STOCK OF STOVES
ever brought to Bedford.
Call and See the Mammoth Stock.
200 STOVES of every size and description.
50 second-hand Stoves, all kinds, which will be
sold very low.
THEY WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Also, TINWARE, of every description,
Cheaper than the. Cheapest
Everybody will please bearinmind thatß.
M. Blymyer A Co. sell CHEAPER GOODS, in
their line, of the same quality, than can be sold by
any one else in Bedford. Remember the
place, No. 1, Stone Row. sept,'67.tf
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 17-.f. J. W. DICKERSON
OLIP BILLS, PROGRAMMES
POSTERS, and all kinds of PLAIN AND
FANCY JOB PRINTING, done with neatness
And despatch, at THE GAZKTTB oilier
TOST.— On Friday, Oct. in the
j neighborhood of Jacob Bowser s Storo, in
Bedford, H POCKET-BOOK, containing SSO, or
more, in money, and some valuable papers
A suitable reward will be paid tor the return of
the pocket-book, money and papers to
novlwl#) Or to the Proprietors of this Office.
"VTOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.—The
partnership heretofore existing between
Richard Litngdon and James 0 Slenker, under
the style and title of Laugdon and Slenker, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will hereafter be continued by the said Richard
Langdon. RICHARD LANGDON.
J AS. (l. SLENKER.
Ri ldlesburg, Pa., Oct. 11, 'tS7.—tn3
"VfOTICE. —Notice is hereby given
X a that there will be exposed at public sale, on
Tuesday, November 19tb, 1867, at the north end
of Richard street, in the Borough of Bedford, the
Bridge on wbieh the Bedford and llollidaysburg
road, crosses the Juniata.
oct2sw3* _ JOSIAH PENROSE. I
OYEri! O YES! OYes!—' The un
dersigned having taken out auctioneer li
cense holds himself in readiness to cry sales and !
auctions on the shortest notice. Give him a call.
Address him at Ray's Hill. Bedford county. Pa.
oct2 un 6 WILLIAM GRACEY.
FJRE GRAPE WINE FOR-SA
Pure Blackberry Wine nine years old, sold
when prescribed by a regular physician.
No. 1 Diamond coal oil, clear as crystal.
Heavy Flint Glass lamp chimneys.
At lIECIiERMAN <fc SON S Drug Store.
VTOTICE. —THE GASH SYSTEM
_i_aj IN FASHION!—The undersigned takes this
method of requesting all persons indebted to him
tocalland settle their accounts. This notice must
ho observed On aqd after October 1, i 867. he
will sell goods for cash and approved produce
only , having been convinced, by experience, that
the rush system is the best f>r bis customers as
well as himself. A. L. DEFIBAUGII.
STRAY SHEEP.—Came tresspass
ing upon the premises of the subscriber, in
Colerniu tp., on or about the first of September,
last, twelve head of sheep, some of them lambs)
those marked having both ears cropped the lambs
not marked. The owner is requested to prove his
property, pay charges, and take them away, or
they will he disposed of according to law.
oct2sw3 REUBEN SMITH.
T JO! FO R TJI E F AIR!
SAVE YOUR MONEY!
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
The undersigned having made a very important
discovery in Photography, is now enabled to re
duce the prtee ot all kinds of pictures 25 per cent
less than former prices, and is willing to give his
customers the benefit of such discovery. A first
class picture can now be had for 25 cents, made of
the best material and put up in the most substantial
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS in great variety and
cheaper than can be had at any other place in the
eountv. A large assortment of GILT FRAMES,
ROSEWOOD FRAMES, FANCY CASES, CORD
and TASSELS for frames, suitable tor any style of
picture, at reduced prices. A superior lot of gilt
and rosewood moulding for frames, just received,
very low. Persons desiring a good likeness of
themselves will please call and examine his speci
mens before going elsewhere.
sep2tn3 T. It. GETTY'S.
VDMIN ISTIIATf)U\S NOTICE.—
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, dee'd.
All persons having claims against said estate
are requested to present them, properly authenti
cated, for settlement, and those iudebtod to the
estate to make immediate payment.
oct2swfi* HORATIO J. MEANS, Adm'r.
x ECUT()R'S X<)T ICE. Letters
JJ Testamentary upon the last Will. Ac., of Ann
Catharine Danaker. dee'd having been issued to
the s bscriber. by the Register ot Bedford county,
be hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to
the estate of lie deceased to ui ike payment; and
ail persons having claims are requested to present
the same properly authenticated for settlement.
oct4w6 ABRAHAM B. BUNN, Executor.
\ DMINLSTRATORS' NOTICE.—
f\ Letters of administration having been grant
ed to the subscribers, residing in Liberty Town
ship, by the Register ot Bedford County, upon the
Estate of David Kcnsinger, late of said township,
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
tn make immediate payment, and tnose having
claims thereon will present them, duly authenti
cated, for settlement.
Octllw6 ELI AS HOUVER, Adm'rs.
I REGISTER'S -NOTICE.-All per-
V sons interested, are herebv notified that the
following accountants have filed their accounts in
the Register's Office of Bedford county, and that
the same will be prcseuted to the Orphans' Couri,
in and forsaid county, on Tuesday, the 19 li day of
November next, at the Court House, in Bedford,
for confirmation :
The account < f John Ilnrcleroad, administrator
of the estate of Christian Harcleroad, late of Bed
ford. tp., dec d.
The account of John Dieken.Ex'r of the last
Will Ac., of Moses Dicken. late of Cumberland
Volley tp., dee'd.
The account of Daniel Fletcher. Ex r of the last
will Ac., of John Morton, late of Monroe township.
dec 4 d.
The final account of David M. Replogle. Adm'r
of the estate of George Sharp, late of Middle
Woodberry tp., dee'd.
The account of Hiram Davis, Adm'r of the es
tate of David Koudabush, late of Napier township,
The account of Albert Wright and Edwin V.
Wright, Adtnr's of the estate of Tbos. G. Wright,
la eof St. Clair tp.. dee'd.
The account of Michael Wejtz, Esq., Testamen
tary Guardian of Joseph Cl ycoinb.
The account of George B. Holsinger, Guardian
of Louisa Funk.
The account ot James M. Barndollar, Ex'r of
the last will Ac. of Sarah Faro, la'e of Bloody
Run Borough, d'-e'd.
The account of David C. Long. Adm'r of the es
tateof Richard W. Jones, lateol'South Woodberry
The account of Aaron Wilson, Guardian of Mag
gie. Charles A Jonathan C. Dickeu, minor children
ot Jonathan C. Dicken, late of Cumberland Valley
oct2sw4 SHANNON, Rcg'r._
}IST OF CAUSES, put down fur
j trial at November Term, 18t>7, (18th day.)
W.S. Entrekin vs. KeusiugerAFlock,
John Crist vs. Elizabeth Corl,
David Heidler vs. Huntingdon A B. T
Mo. R. K. A Coal Co.
Michael Ritchey vs. Jos. B. Stoner,
Jos. A Josiah Kennard vs. D.in'l A Arnold Lash
Geo. W. Meyers vs. Mioh'l Feather et al,
David B. Bulger vs. Jac. Brenneman,
Jeremiah Ktioufi' vs. Jno. 11. M ertz et al,
Thos. R. Evans vs. Isaiah Shafer, et at,
Jas. Patton vs. Dr Win. Bureh,
John Blaek, et al, vs. Cath Trieker,
Jas. Patton vs. Dr. Win Bureh,
Sam'l Crisman, et al, vs. Jno. Ake's Adm'r.
Thos. Ritchey vs. Jac Lingeufelter, et al
Fred. Smith, et al, vs. Alex. Fletcher, et a!,
Same vs. Jno. Cavender, et al,
Saui'l J. Castner, et al, vs. Michael Fox,
Michael Ilogan vs. Alvah Boylan,
John S. Hoirick vs. Jno. G. Clark,
Geo. S. Potter vs. Jno. Eberly,
Jno. Stresser vs. Levi Fluek,
Certified, October 14. 1887
oct2sw4 0. E. SHANNON, Proth.
C1 0 UR T PRO CL AM A TION- To
/ the Coroner, the Justices of the Peace, and
Constables in the different Townships in the
Connty of Bedford, Greeting: KNOW YE, that
in pursuance of a precept to me directed, under
the hand and seal of the Hon. ALEXANDER
KING, P resident of the several Courts of Common
Pleas, in the Itith District, consisting of the coun
ties of Franklin, Fulton, Bedford and Somerset,
and by virtue of his office of the Court ofOyer 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. EICHOLTZ, 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 wiiji your Re
cords, Recoguizances, Examinations, and other
Remembrances, before the Judges aforesaid, at
Bedford, at a Court of Oyer anil Termiuer and
General Jail Delivery and General Quarter Ses
sions of the peace therein to be holden lor the coun
ty of Bedford, aforesaid, on the. Zd Monday of
November, (being the 18 thday,) 1887, at It) o clock
in the forenoon of that day , there and then to do
those things to which yourseveral offices appertain.
Given under my hand and seal Ihe 2oih day of
October, in the year of our Lord, 18(57.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. / Sheriff.
Bedford, Oct. 2a, 1867. ( w4
I ttmreß.— 6o,oo9 feet Oak, While
j and Yellow Pine Lumber on hands and for
sate by J. B. WILLIAMS A CO ,
jnn!4,'67tf Bloody Run, Pa.
I TKT OF GRANB J UJROST—
j Drawn for November Term, 3d Mond y, .b.n
day A. D.. J867:
Bedford tp. —David Points, Foreman.
Bedford Bor —Jo.-eph Alsip.
Broad Top —James Ross.
Hopewell— George Clapper, W. H. Dasher, John
llamson —John H. Wertz, James Seott, Sam
l uel is. Hoffman.
Juniata —Stephen McCreary, John Armell.
Liberty— John McCluin, Henry Kelly, John
Providence E. —Francis W. Pee.
Providence IF.—Joseph Whetstone.
St. Clair —Henry Kauftmon, Joseph Furgeson,
Josiah Penrose, Samuel lekes Jr.
<S o itt/ta mpto n—G eorge Miller.
Union —W. J. Palmer, Samuel T. Barklay,
Drawn and certified at Bedford, this 16th day of
September, A. D. 1867.
Attest: Jury Coin'rs.
Jxo. G. FISHER, Clerk.
lIST OF PETIT JURORS, drawn
j for same term.
Bedford Bor.— Samuel Shuck, John A. Mowry .
Bedford tp. —Daniel Walter, Michael Dibert,
Broad Top —William Foster.
Cumberland Valley —Peter Deremer, William
Smith, Henry J. Bruimer, John J. Werti.
Cn/eraiii —David Whetstone.
Hopewell —Samuel Davis.
Juniara —William Frazier of George.
Londondeny —Samuel Carpenter. Henry Miller.
Monroe —i>nvid Miller, Edu u ,d Ash.
Napier —John Williams, George W. Blackburn,
Providence IF.—Daniel Smouse. John L Mor
timore. John C. Calhonn.
St. Clair — William Yont, Hiram Blackburn.
Southampton —James Northoraft, Lewis Brown
Union— George Beeglc. Joseph Croyle, George
Sowers. Michael Moses, Emanuel Benton, Jacob
I Voodberry HI. William Simpson, James Mil
ler, David F. Keagy.
I Voodbrrry S —D. B. Armstrong, D. F. Buck,
Drawn and certified at Bedford, this 16th day of
September. A. I)., 1807.
JKO. G FISHKR, Clerk. oct2sur4
OiIERIFF'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 to o'clock A.M., the following renl estate, viz:
Oi.e 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
bouse and log stable thereon, and a small orchard,
adjoining lands of James Bowman. Isaac Dimes,
M iry Jones, Michael Sinner, Elias Murphey, and
oibers, situated in Southampton township; taken
in execution as the property ofGe*rge W Buxton.
Also—One" tract of land containing one hundred
acres, more or less, about fifty-four aores 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
Sb fier, Samuel Shaffer, Jacob Sender and others,
situated in St. Clair township. Bedford eounty, and
taken in execution as the property of Andrew Ad
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, | ROBERT STECKMAN,
Oct. 25,1867.—w4. J Sheriff.
| JUBLIU SALE OK VALUABLE
1 REAL ESTATE.—By virtue of an Order of
the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, the under
signed, administrator of (bo cstite of Henry
Whetstone, lute of Monroe township, in said
county, deceased, will offer for sale by public out
cry upon the premises, on Sa'urdny the 9'h day
of November, next, all the following described
two tracts of land, situated in the township afore
said, to wit:
No. 1. Being the MANSION TRACT, adjoining
lands of widow Means' heirs, A J. Steekmm,
tract No. 2, hereafter described, contairiin ; about
180 acres and 70 perches, more or less, and having
thereon erected a good two and a half story LOG
DWELLING HOUSE, double Gog 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 state
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, Pino and other valuable Timber.
These lands are situated in a pleasant neigh
borhood. about ti miles south of the Kail 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 the bushel. Sale to com
mence at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day, when
terms will be made known by
ocilSw-t LEWIS HOWSARE, Adm'r.
i.M)H SALE Oil TRADE.
2 lots in the city of Omaha, Nebraska.
2 tracts, of IGO 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 connty. 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—32t) acres of land in Woodbury co., lowa.
ALSO—Twenty-five one acre lots, adjoining the
borough of Bedford, with limestone rock for kiln
or quarry, on the upper end of each
ALSO—A lot of ground (about ono acre) at WU
low i rcc, in Snake Spring township, on Chauibers
burg and Bedford Turnpike, three miles East of
B>'dtord. with frame dwelling house, cooper-shop,
stuble, Ac , thereon erect; d.
0. E. SHANNON,
jun2l,'67yl Bedford, Pa.
T7" ALU ABLE LAND FOR SALE
V —The undersigned offers for sale the follow
ing valuable bodies of land :
THREE CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND,
containing 160 acres each, situated on (he Illinois
Central Railroad, in Champaign county, State of
Illinois. 8 miles from 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 water upon it The city of Urbana
contains about 4,000 itii abitants. Champaign is
the greatest wheat grow ing county in llliuois.
ALSO — One-fourth of a tract of land, situated
in Broad Top township, Bedford county, contain
ing about 45 acres, with all thecoal veins of Broad
I >p running through it.
ALSO — Three Lots in the town of Coal mo ut,
Jan 2i5, 'O6-tf F. C. REAMER.
] "EXTENSIVE PRIVATE SALE
fOF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.—The un
dersigned will sell at private sale, several adjoin
ing alid contiguous tracts of laud, lying on tha
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 it) 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 and 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. Hollidaysburg, Johnstown, and
other points, on the Pcnn'a Central Railroad.
Farmers, Lumbermen, Tanners and Speculators
should examine the premises, as these lands will
be sold on fair and reasonable terms.
T 11. LYONS,
junß,'6t>. N. J. LYONS
SPLENDID FARM FOR SALE—
-7 miles from Bedford, containing ONE HUN
DRED AND FIFTY' ACRES, 125 acres uudercul
tivation. half creek bottom; well watered; excel
lent Brick House and Frame Burn; plenty of good
timber; convenient to schools, churches andaiills.
Will be sold at a bargain. Inquire of
MEYERS A DICKERSON,
oct26tf Bedford, Pa.
\ VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
PRIVATE SALE.—One lot of ground in the
centre of Bloody Run, fronting on Main etreet
about sixty-five feet, one of the very best business
locutions in Bloody Run. Also, ten acres of wood
laud, adjacent to Bloody Run, lying on the Bed
ford RaiLjtuitd, containing first rate iron ore and
having ttmreon a never-tailing spring ot water.
For particulars inquire at the store of Mrs.S. E.
Mann, Bloody Run, or ef Dr. llickok, Bedford, Pa.
Dec 15, '65. _
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