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HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R.R.
—WIXTKR Ann VNHKMK.VT. —TIME TABLK.—Aecom
moiation Train leaves Suxton at 7.35 a. in., 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. in., ar
rives at Huntingdon at 417 p.m.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 7.50 a. m., and arrives at Mt. Dallas a
11.05 a. m.
No PAPER NEXT WEEK.— In accor
dance with our time-honored custom,
and the custom of most all weekly pa
pers, we will not issue a paper next
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. —Now is the
time to buy Christmas presents. Don't
put off your purchases until next week.
Almost every one who makes the holi
days a time of real solid happiness, by
dispensing liberally, can remember
many instances where they have seen
some particularly appropriate gifts
which they had intended to purchase
for some loved member of their house
hold or friend, but when the season
week of Christmas came, somebody
else had secured the prize, and that
most appropriate token was lost, simp
ly by postponement or procrastination.
During the holiday week almost all
kinds of desirable goods, suitable for
these occasions are a little higher than
in ordinary times, and the same mon
ey expended now will purchase a
greater number of gifts, and hence
more hearts will be made happy. —
Therefore we say to all, begin to buy
your Christmas and New Year's gifts
THE CASH SYSTEM.— It is now uni
versally conceded that the credit sys
tem is a curse, alike to seller and buyer.
It tempts men to wrong. It is the key
to extravagance. Indifferent and irre
sponsible business men are created
thereby; and in ninety-nine cases out
of every hundred, bankruptcy is en
tailed on those who do a credit busi
ness. Every man in the community
would be benefitted by the establish
ment of a stringent cash system, and
there is no business now conducted but
what could be more prosperously car
ried on if controlled by the same princi
GKAND LODGE OF MASONS.— At the
regular quarterly session of the Grand
Lodge of A. Y. M., held at the Maso
nic Hall, Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
on Wednesday, December 4th, the fol
lowing were elected officers of that
body: RichardVaux, It. W. Grand
Master; It. A. Lamberton, It. W.
Deputy Grand Master; Samuel C. Per
kins, It. W. S. G. Warden ; Alfred It.
Porter, It. W. J. G. Warden. These of
ficers will be installed on St. John's
Day, December 27th, at the Annual
Communication, to be held on that
SLEIGHING —The sleighing has been
excellent during the last week, and the
musical tintinnabulation of bells could
be heard in all directions, as swiftly
gliding "turn outs"passed in constant
succession along our streets. If a sud
den thaw does not occur we may an
ticipate a regular sleighing carnival,
in which all who have the "means and
appliances" will participate, to their
own enjoyment and the pecuniary
profit of livery stable proprietors.
A LOCAL cotemporary very timely
and pertinently cautions its readers to
watch the strolling beggars who are
perambulating the country in unusual
numbers. They are mostly thieves in
disguise, and take the garb of poverty
the better to afford them opportunities
of pilfering. With the ample provision
made for the poor by the county, there
Is no excuse for any person to beg from
door to door, and none particularly for
the class who give so much annoyance
to our country residents.
A TRIBUTE OF PRAISE.—The Ger
man Reformed Sunday School will of
fer a Tribute of Praise to Jesus , on
Christmas morning,at 10o'clock, in the
tier. Ref. Church, in this place, where
a couple of addresses will be delivered,
and several carols, Ac., will be sung by
the School. A collection will be taken
up for the benefit of the Orphans' i Tome.
The friends of Sunday Schools, and or
phan children, are cordially invited to
attend. The Church will be handsome
ly decorated in honor of the occasion.
EL' I.SCO PAL CIIU RCII CHII IST MA S
CELEBRATION.—There will be a Sun
day School celebration at the Court
House,on Tuesday evening next (Christ
mas eve,) at which a handsome Christ
mas tree will be displayed. The exer
cises will consist of the singing of carols,
Scripture recitations, catechising and
an address by the Rector. Service to
commence at seven o'clock. Also on
Christmas morning there will be Divine
service at ten o'clock and a sermon by
the Rev. Mr. Barrow appropriate to
LUTH. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVER
SARY. —On Sunday evening next, there
will bean interesting meeting of the
Luth. Sunday School in the Church.
Addresses will be delivered by J. AT.
Reynolds, H. J. Fisher and C. W.
Sehaetfer. Report of Sunday School
operations, distributions of premiums,
&c., will take place. The number of
verses committed by the scholars, we
understand, is rather extraordinary.
CHRISTMAS ANNIVERSARY IN
SCHELLSBURG. —On Christmas night,
in Lutheran Church: Speeches, Di
alogues, Hymns, Chants Anthems De
signs or Emblems, and instrumental
Music. Church to be elegantly decora
ted in honor of Reformation Jubilee.
CARRIER'S ADDRESS. —Our Carrier
will be around, on New Year's day,
with his annual address. He has done
his work well, and deserves to be liber
A CHRISTMAS GIFT,— Four Certifi
' catos of (ho Washington Library Com
pany of Philadelphia, in aid of the Riv
erside Institute for educating orphans,
costing four dollars, with the line engra
ving "The Perils of our Forefathers,"
each certificate secures also one present
at the Great Distribution by the Com
pany, makingfour presents, oneor more
of which may be worth thousands of
dollars. Such a gift will make a friend
gay and merry perhaps wealthy too.
NOTICE. —The undersigned, intend
ing to go West for the purpose of go
ing into buisness, requests all persons
indebted to the late firm of Geo. Bly
tnyer & Son and IJ. M. Blymyer & Co.,
by Book account, to call and settle the
same on or before the 10th day of Jan
uary, 18CS, as all open accounts will be
left in thehandsof a collector for settle
ment after that date.
dec2owl J.vo. F. BLYMYER.
DEAD LETTERS. —We see it stated in
an exchange that the P. M. General
has instructed Postmasters to treat all
letters dropped into the office, directed
with a lead pencil, the same as dead
letters. The public will do well to
make a note of this.
CHRISTMAS. —Reader, if you would
make yourself or friends happy, on
Christmas, call at Berkstressers' and
purchase yourself or friend a new suit
of good serviceable clothing. Their
pricesare reasonable and they guarantee
satisfaction to all who may give them
THE sweetest singer and the sweetest
perfume of the day are Adalina Patti
and Phalon's "Night-Blooming Ce
reus." Both are American ! The fair
singer enraptures everybody—the per
fume is in demand everywhere.—
To ASSESSORS. —All Assessors who
have not yet received the duplicate
assessments and blank notices had bet
ter come or send and get them at once,
so as to be ready for the Appeals.
I. O. O. F.—We are requested to an
nounce that a Lodge of I. O. O.F. will
be dedicated, at Bloody Run, on
Wednesday, January Ist, 18GS.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.—YOU can get
suitable presents, for old and young,
at Keeffe's Book and Stationery Store.
Be sure to call.
ELEGANT HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS—
for young folks and old, at city prices,
at the Inquirer Book Store. Call and
ALL the leading periodicals and Il
lustrated papers can be had, as soon as
issued, at the "Inquirer Book Store."
SOME of the Radical membersof Gov.
Swann's "Maryland Guard" (which
Forney and other Radicals swore were
organized to assist President Johnson
in putting down Congress) have come
to grief. At the grand review in Octo
ber last a few of them undertook to
insult Gov. Swann, the commander
in-chief. They have recently been
tried by a court-martial and the find
ings have been made public, as follows:
—For gross violation of military dis
cipline and unsoldierlike conduct, the
Gth and Bth regiments, second brigade,
first division Maryland National Guard,
are hereby publicly reprimanded.—
The officers of companies D, E and G,
Bth regiment Maryland National
Guard, are hereby dishonorably dis
missed the service. The enlisted men
of said companies are hereby dishonor
ably discharged the service.—Cumber
—Gen. Hancock has revoked Mow
er's order for the removal of the State
Treasurer and State Auditor of Louisi
ana. The old officials have been rein
—Four important cities have been re
claimed from Radicalism by the Dem
ocracy—viz: Pittsburg, Pa., Boston,
and Concord, the Capital of New Hamp
shire. Push on the column.
REVIEW OF TIIE MARKETS.
Corrected every week.
PHILADELPHIA, Dot'. IG.
FLOUR.—The quotations are—
Northwest superfine, $7.00(57.50
Northwest extra, 8.00(^9.00
Northwest extra family,
Penna. and West'n sup., •
Penna. and West'n extra, 8.60(5}9.50
Penna. and West'n family, 10.50(512.00
Penna. and West'n fancy, 12.50(518.50
Rye flour, firstname.lastname@example.org
GRAIN. —We quote—
Pennsylvania red, per bus., $2.30(52.50
Rye, 44 0.00(5:1.70
Corn, for yel., 44 $1.15(51.30
Oats, 44 70@|5e
P() VIS lONS.—We <i uote—
Mess Pork, per bbl., $22.00(50U.(>0
Bacon Hants, per lb., 18@19c
Salt Shoulders, 44 10(10',c
Prime Lard, 4 * " 13c
Cloverseed, per bus., at $7.5008.00
Timothy, 44 2.50(5)2.60
Flaxseed, 4 * 2.45(^2.50
lIOKK—CARTER—In Atchison, Kansas, Dec.
3rd, IStiT, at the Babtist Church, by Rev. John
Bakewell, of the Episcopal Church, Mr J. S. Hoke,
(formerly of Schellsburg, Bedford eo., Pa.,) to
Miss Emma L. Carter, of Buffalo, N. Y. No
The Atchison Daily Patriot, says :—We heart
ily congratulate the happy couple upon the fa
vorable prospects with which they enter upon tho
voyage of life together. Just in the prime of life,
possessing the best of health, economical and bless
ed with an abundance of this world's goods, and
friends, —nothing can bo more propitious or flat
tering to them than their futre. At least we can
join with their many friends in wishing them ail
the happiness and prosperity which they arejustly
MYERS—MORTIMORE —On the 10th inst.. at
the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.
G.C.Probst, Mr. Simon Myers, of Johnstown,
Pa., and Miss Emma J. Mortimore, of Bedford
LING —On the 6th inst., in Union tp., Mrs. An
nie Ling, aged 22 years, 8 months and 3 days.
MILLEIt —On the 10th inst., in St. Clair tp.,
Maria, wife of Jno. S. Miller, in the 60th year of
CHiIIESSEY—In Bedford township, Dec. 10th,
1867, William Chriessey, aged 21 years and £
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The under
signed appointed by the Orphans' Court of
Bedford county, to report a distribution of the
money in the bands of John S. Schell, one of the
Executors of the last will, Ac., of Hon. Peter
Schell, dee'd, to and amongst heirs and legatees,
will attend t the duties of his appointment, at
his office in Bedford, on Thursday, the second day
of January, A. D., 1868, at 10 o'elock, A. M-, of
said day, when and where all persons interested
can attend. JNO. P. REED, Auditor.
A EDITOR'S NOTICE.—The under-
Xx signed appointed by the Orphans' Court of
Bedford County, to report a distribution of the
money in the hands of Hiram Davis, administra
tor of the estate of David Roudabush, dee'd., to
and amongst those entitled to the same, will at
tend to the duties of his appointment, on Friday,
the third day of January, A. D., 1868, at his of
fice in Bedford, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said dy,
when and where all persons interested can attend.
dee2owl JNO. P. REED, Auditor.
AUDITf )R'S NOTICE.—The under
signed appointed by the Orphans Court of
Bedtord County, to report a distribution of the
money in the hands of John Harclerode, adminis
trator of the estate of Christian Harclerode, dee'd,
to and amongst creditors and heirs, will attend to
the duties of his appointment, on Monday, the
30th day of December, A. D. 1867. at his office in
Bedford, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, when
and where ail persons interested can attend.
dcc2owl JNO. P. REED, Auditor.
I)LOODY RUN INSTITUTE FOR
) MALES AND FEMALES.
This Institute will open on the first Monday of
April, 1868, in which instructions will be given in
all the branches usually taught in the best Semi
naries, including Music and the Languages.
The year will be divided into two sessions, and
each session into two quarters of eleven weeks
The Principal will bo assisted by Prof. A. A.
Zimmerman and other competent teachers.
Pupils of primary grade will also be admitted.
Persons attending from a d'stance are expected
to board with the Principal, who will furnish
boarding at the lowest possible rates—not more
than $3 per week.
A more extended notice will be given hereafter.
For further particulars address the undersign
11. B. ZIMMERMAN, Principal.
Bloody Run, Dee. 20, "67wl#
FJBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.—The undersigned execu
tors of the last Will and testament of Abraham
Keagy, late ol Middle Woodberry tp., deceased,
by virtue of tho said Will, will sell at public sale
at "Kcagy's Bank." in Bedford county, Penna.,
on FRIDAY, the 17th day of JANUARY, 1868,
the following described valuable real estate, viz :
1. A tract of land known as tho "Abraham Kea
gy Farm," adjoining landsof William S. Eldei on
the North, Peter Keagy and Christian Hoffman on
the West, Andrew Bassler on the South, and other
lands of the said decedent on the East, containing
ninety-one acres and one hundred and fifty-five
perches, net measure, of which eighty acres are
cleared and the balance well timbered, with a two
story frame dwelling house, a frame bank barn,
with wagon shed attached and other outbuildings
thereon erected. There is a very fine young orchard
thereon, also, good water convenient. The land
consists of the best of limestone.
2. A tract adjoining the above containing thirty
six acres and sixty-seven perches, net measure,
having thereon erected a first-class Grist Mill,
with three run of Stone, a Mill house and
stable attached, a Country Carding Mill, dwell
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Machine Shop, with a chopping Mill, and three
dwelling houses and two Stables attached, with
the patterns,flasks, Ac.' A., belonging t# the said
estate, and about four acres of timber land. The
water power is ample to supply all the above im
provements and any other that may from time to
time be erected. The water right is as good as
any in the country. All the above property lies
on the turnpike leading from Hollidaysburg to
Pattonsville, within one mile of Woodberry, in
one of the best wheat growing districts in south
ern Pennsylvania and is one of the most desirable
locations in the State. The railroad in contem
plation from Hollidaysburg to Pattonsville must
pass directly through it.
TERMS —One-half cash in hand, the balance in
two equal annual payments with interest, secured
by juugment bonds or bonds and mortgage.
Sale to coiumonce at ten o'clock of said day.
JOHN S. HETRICK,
dec2ow4 JOHN KEAGY, Ex'rs.
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Stomach, Dirrhoea Dysentery, Cholera Morbus,
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the most wonderful Panacea the world . affords.
No FAMILY should be without it. Every TRA
VELER by land or sea should have a bottle. MI
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Physicians should keep it constantly on hand. In
case of Accidents, and sudden attacks of Stomach
Complaints, its value cannot be estimated. In
quire for Major LANE'S INDIAN LINI
MENT, and take no other. PRICK 50 Cts. per
bottle. For sale at wholesale and retail by De
mas Barnes & Co., 21 Park Row, N. Y.; Dale &
Robinson, 186 (Ireenwich-st., N. Y., F. C. Wells <fc
Co., 102 Fulton-st., N. Y.; Chas. N. Crittenden,
38 6th Ave , N. Y.; and by respectable Druggists
throughout the world. None genuine unless sign
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Y. Send for circular.
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WANTE D—AN AGENT—One
chanco in each town, worthy the atten
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Send for agent's circular. The first who apply se
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bottle will convince the most skeptical of its vir
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bottle, or six bottles for $5. Sent by Express.
Sold by S. C. UPHAM, No. 25 South Eighth-st.,
Philadelphia, and principal Druggists. Circulars
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wife, with name and date of marriage. Address
MINNIE CLIFTON, P. 0. Drawer No. 8, Fulton
ville, N. Y.
IT IS THE BEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED TO
AGENTS ! One or two days' time will secure a
good Sewing Machine, Watch, Silk Dress, Re
vo/ver , or some other article of equal value, Free
Agents wanted everywhere, male and female,
for the best One Dollar Pawnbroker's Sale in the
country. Send for circular. S. C. THOMPSON
A CO., 31 Exchange Street, Boston, Mass.
IYI CORSET SKIRT SUPPORTER
Combines in one garment a PER
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the weight of the skirts upon the
shoulders instead of the hips; it
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is approved and recommended by
physicians. Sold at ladies'
goods stores generally, and at
wholesale by D. B. SAUNDERS A Co., 96 Sum
mer St., Boston, and 22 Walker St., New York.
Also, by HENRY C. MOORE, 429 Market Street,
Philadelphia, and STELLMANN, HINRICHS A
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O. Box 5125.
A1 )MIN J STItATOUS' NOTICE.—
Notice is hereby given, that Letters of ad
ministration (with the Will annexed) have been
granted to the undersigned, on the Estate of John
Amos, late of Bedford Township dec'd.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims thereon will present them, duly authenti
cated, for settlement.
J. B. AMOS,
S. B. AMOS, Adm'rs,
nov29w6 residing in Bedford Tp
Letters of Administration cum testameuto
anvexo upon the Estate of Valentine Weirick,
Into nf Cumberland valley Township, deceased.
having been granted by the Register of Bedford
County to the subscriber, he hereby notifies all
persons having claims against the Estate, to pre
sent the same properly authenticated for settle
ment, and all persons indebted are requested to
make immediate payment
novlowfi FRANCIS DONAHOE, Adm'rc. t. a.
Notice is hereby given that letters of admin
istration have been granted to the undersigned,
by the Register of Bedford county, upon the estate
of Samuel Robinson, late of Southampton Town
All perrons having claims against said estate are
requested to present them, properly authenticated,
for settlement, and those indebted to the estate to
make immediate payment.
novlsw6 FRANCIS DONAHOE, Adm'r.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Jacob F. Hoover, late
of Middle Woodbury township, have been granted
to the undersigned by the Register of Bedford
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment, and those having
claims can present them, duly authenticated for
DAVID L. KEAGV, Adm'r.,
nov22w6 Residence, Martinsburg, Blair co.,Pa.
Notice is hereby given that letters of admin
istration have been granted to the undersigned by
the Register of Bedford county, upon the estate of
Thos. linler, late of Bedford 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.
decl3w6 EPIIRAIM IMLER, Adm'r.
APPEALS. —Notice is hereby given
to the taxable inhabitants of Bedford Coun
ty that appeals will be held by the County Com
missi ners, on the days, and at the places hereby
specified, to wit:
Fcr Cumberland Valley township, on Tuesday,
January 7th, at the house of William W. Leany.
ForColerain township and Rainsburg Borough,
on Wednesday, January Bth, at the house of A.
For Southampton township, on Thursday, Janu
ary, 9th. at the houseof William Adams.
For Monroe township on Friday, January 10th,
at the house of David Weiiner.
For East Providence township, on Saturday,
January 11th, at the house of D A. T. Black.
For Snake Spring, on Monday, January I3th, at
the house of Joseph Mortimore.
For West Providence township and Bloody Run
Borough, on Tuesday, January 14th, at the house
of W. Thomas Grove.
For Hopewell township on, Wednesday, January
15th, at the house of Win. A Grovo.
For Broad Top township and Coaldale Borough
on Thursday, January 16th, at the house of Geo.
For Saxton Borough, on Friday, January 17th,
at the house of James L. Prince
For Liberty township on Saturday, January 18th,
at the house of C. A. Tricker, in Stonerstown.
For Middle Woodbury township, on Monday
January 20th. at the houseof William G. Eicholtz.
For South Woodbury township, on Tuesday, Jan
uary 21st, at New Enterprise, at the houseof Sam
For Union township, on Wednesday, January,
22nd, at Mowry'sMill.
For St. Clair township and St. Clairsville Bor
ough, on Thursday, January 23d, in St. Clairsville,
at the house of Mrs. Rachael Nawgle.
For Napier township, on Friday, January 24th,
at the house of Burton Edsall.
For Sehellsburg Borough, on Saturday, January
25th, at the house of Burton Edsall.
For Londonderry township, on Monday, January
27th, at the house of James C. Devore.
For Harrison township, on Tuesday, January
28th, at the house of Joseph Cessna.
For Juniata township, on Wednesday, January
29ih, at the house of Joseph Foller.
F\>r Bedford township, on Thursday, January
30th at the Commissioners' cffico.
For Bedford Borough, on Friday. January 31st,
at the Commissioners' office.
When and where all persons and corporations,
feeling themselves aggrieved at tho enumeration
and valuation of their taxable property and effects,
made pursuant to the several Acts of Assembly in
such case made and provided, are requested to at
tend and state their grievances for redress, ac
cording to law.
Special attention is also directed to the following
portion of article 4th, section 2nd of "An Act for
the organization, discipline and regulation of the
Militia of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,"
to wit"On the day the County or City Commis
sioners meet, to review the assessment, or for hold
ing appeals, they shall, also, determine who are
exempt or not liable to do military duty," Ac.
The appeals will be held on the days a&ove
named between the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M., and
12 o'clock, M.
MICHAEL S. RITCIIEY,
JNO. G. FISHER, PETER M. BARTON,
rjMIE ITALIAN WAR ENDED!
GARIBALDI A PRISONER !
IRVINE & STATLER,
No. 2 ANDERSON'S ROW,
Are again in the field battling against tho iinposi
'lion of high prices, and desiring that all should
be made comfortable for the coining hard winter,
have just received ono of the largest and best se
lected stock of
&e., &c., &c.,
ever offered in this market, which they will sell at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
CASH OR PRODUCE.
If you want a goodp'r Boots, go to the Regulator.
QUR STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES
are full and complete.
BOOTS, SHOES, BALMORALS, GAITERS aDd
to fit any man, woman and child in the county.
Measures taken for Ladies and Gentlemen
and neat and complete fits warranted or no sale.
At IRVINE A STATLER'S, No. 2 A.'s Row.
If you want a good p'rShoes, go to the Regulator.
R O C ERIES.—
Prime Rio Coffee, - 25 to 30 cents per lb.
do La Guayra, - 25 to 30 " " "
White Sugar, - - 18 to 20 " " "
Light Brown Sugars, - 121 to 15 " " "
Teas, - - - - $1 50 to 2.00 per lb.
Spices, all kinds, cheap and good.
Best quality Syrups and Molasses, at the lowest
market prices, at "The Regulator's," No. 2 A. R.
If you want good Toilet Soap or Perfumery, go to
■JJNBLE ACHED and BLEACHED
From the best Manufactories in the country.
Bleached and Unbleached Muslins from 10c up.
Best " " " 18 cts.
Sheeting, from 18c up.
Tickings, all grades and prices, at
lUVISTE h STATLDH'3.
If you want a good Shirt, go to the Regulator.
rvUR NOTIONS ARE AT ALL
TIMES FULL AND COMPLETE in
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
&e., &c., &e.
At No. 2 Anderson's Row
If you want a variety of Notions, go to the Reg'r.
STATIONERY and PERFUMERY.
Letter and Fools-cap Paper, Envelopes,
Perfumery, all kinds of Toilet Soap, Tooth Brush
es, Ac., At THE REGULATOR'S.
If you want Queensware or Glassware, go to the
QUEENSWABE & GLASSWARE.
We have a large and magnificent selection of
Queensware and Glassware, of the latest and most
fashionablo patterns, and will be sold at the most
reasonable priees, by
IRVINE A STABLER.
If you want good Spieos of any kind, go k> tho
TOBACCO AND SEGARS of the
best brands and manufacture :
Smoking Tobacco, all kinds.
Sogars from a Cheroot to the finest article.
Also, a large assortment of Pipes.
Call at No. 2 Anderson's Row.
If you want good Hosiery, Gloves, Neck-ties col
lars, Ac., go to the Regulator.
HAVE EVERYTHING that
is usually kept in a No. 1 country store.
MARKETING of all kinds taken in ex
change FOR GOODS, and the highest prices paid.
Any goods desired will be ordered from the Eas
Country merchants supplied with goods at
a small advance. No trouble to show goods. All
we ask is a call and wo feel satisfied wo can please
ALL. Thankful for past favors, wo solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
n0v15,'67. IRVINE A STATLER.
If you want any thing in our line, go to the Bed
ford Regulator, No. 2, Anderson's Row.
FJBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
HEAL ESTATE.—By virtue of |bo last will
and testament of Isa&e Cuppett, late of St. Clair
Township, Bedford county, dee'd. tho subscriber
will offer at public sale, on the premises, in said
township, on Saturday, the 11th day of January,
next, all that tract of land being the mansion
tarui of said dee'd, adjoining lands of John James,
formerly James Moore's heirs, Leonard Furry and
others, and containining 127 acres and allowance,
about 70 or 75 acres are cleared and in cultiva
tion, about six acres being meadow. There are
two log dwelling houses on the place, with a doub
le log barn and other outbuildings, and a well of
water at each set of buildings. There are also on
the premises two good apple orchards with a con
siderable and fine variety of cherry, pear, peach
and plum trees, Ac., and on the whole it may be
considered one of tho best fruit farms in the oouu
try. This land lies on the North west side of
''Chestnut Ridge," is well adapted to all kinds of
grain, and is very productive. Four and a half
acres of this property is situated from the mansion
place, and will be sold separately. The grain in
the ground is hereby reserved.
Terms—One-third of the purchase money in
hand on the first of April next, when the deed will
be made and possession given, and the balance in
two equal annual payments without interest, to
be secured by judgments or mortgage at the option
of the subscriber. The purchaser will be required
to pay 20 per cent of the hand money when tho
properly is struck down. Sale to commence at 10
o'clock a m.
decl3w4 WM W. CI'PPETT, Ex r.
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ES-
I TATE.—The subscriber, Guardian of the
minor children of Jacob Clapper, dee'd, will oiler
at public sale, on the premises, in liopewell tp.,
on Saturday the 18th day of January next, all that
tract of land, late the property of said dee'd., ad
joining lands of George Wisharton the East, James
Price, on the West, George Bowers, on the North,
and William Livingston, on the South, containing
about thirty-three acres, 12 or 15 acres of which
are cleared and in cultivation, with a one and a
half story log house and a small log stable thereon
erected; and with a good spring near the house.
The land not cleared is well timbered.
TERMS: —One half in hand at the confirmation
of the sale, balance in one year without interest,
secured by judgment. Possession given on the Ist
day of April, next. Sale to commence at 10 a. m.
dec!3t4* HENRY CLAPPER, Guardian.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE.—The subscriber, appointed by the
Crphans' Court of Bedford county, trustee to make
sale of the Real Estate of William Stoner, late
of Monroe township, in said county, dee'd., will
in pursuance of an order to him for that purpose
given, expose to sale on the premises, by public
outcry, on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of JANUARY
next, the following described real estate, viz: A
tract of land, situate in Monroe township, Bedford
county, containing 348 acres, more or less, about
100 acres of which are cleared and in a good state
of cultivation, (part being good meadow land)
while the balance is covered wtth very excellent
timber. A good orchard, good springs and good
buildings are upon the property. This tract ad
joins lands of George Vonstine, John Nycum, Nan
cy Davis and others, and will be offered upon the
following terms : One-third at tho confirmation
of sale and the remaining two-thirds in two equal
annual payments thereafter, secured by judgment
bonds, with interest from time of confirmation of
sale, or all cash if the purchaser prefer. Sale to
commonce at 11 o'clock, a. in., of said day.
dec!3w3 J. H. LONGENECKER,
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.—By virtue of an order of
the Orphans' Court of Bedford County, the under
signed Administrator of the Estate of Samuel
Burket, late of Union Township deceased, will of
fer for sale, on the premises, on FRIDAY, DECEM
BER 20, 1867, the following described Real Es
tate to wit : A splendid farm, being the mansion
tract of said deceused, containing about 135 acres,
more or less, 65 acres of which are cleared and un
der fence, the balance well timbered, and having
thereon erected a two-story weather boarded
house, a good barn, spring house, and other out
buildings. There is also a still house on the
premises. This tract is well watered, has a good
orchard and is very desirable, Sale to commence
at 10 o'clock, a. m., ofsaid day, when the terms
will be made known.
dec6w3 A. J. BURKET, Adm'r.
I)UBLIC SALE OF REAL ES
TATE.—The Subscribers, Executors of the
last Will and Testament of Nathan H. Wolf, late
of St. Clair township, dee'd., will offer at public
sale, on the premises, in said township, on TUES
DAY, THE 24th DAY OF DECEMBER, NEXT,
the one undivided half of a tract of land situate
in sa>d township, adjoining lands of Jacob Croyle,
John S. Miller, and others, and containing eighty
aeres and allowance. About Sixty-five acres of the
land is cleared and under cultivation, and tbe
residue is well timbored. The improvements are
a two story Log Dwelling House with Kitchen at
tached, a frame Bank Barn, Smoke House and
other outbuildings. There is also a SPLENDID
ORCHARD on the place, and near the door of the
dwelling, oneof the Best Springs in the neighbor
This tract is known as "Chestnut Ridge" land,
is of the finest quality, and very productive.
The other undivided half of this tract belongs
to John Wolf, one of the Executors, but the whole
will sold together and undivided so that the whole
title may pass to the purchaser.
TERMS —One-third of the purchase money in
hand; the balance in two equal annual payments,
without interest, secured by judgments or mort
Possessions given on the Ist of April, next.
nov29w4 THOMAS McCOY, Ex'rs.
RIV ATE SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE. —The undersigned, Execu
tor of the last Will and Testament of John S.
Ritchey, late of Bedford tp., dee'd, will sell at
private sale, the MANSION PLACE of said dee'd.,
containing 113 acres, more or less, with THREE
DWELLING HOUSES, a GRIST MILL SAW
MILL, DISTILLERY, BARN, and other out
buildings thereon erected, situated three miles
northeast of Bedford. There is also a good orch
ard of choice fruit trees, and a Spring of never
failing water on the premises. The place affords
a splendid site for a Factory, there being excellent
water power. Also, a tract of choice land con
taining 30 acres, adjoining the above mentioned
tract, having a good BARN and ORCHARD
thereon. These tracts will be sold separately, or
together, as the purchaser may desire. ALSO, a
tract of timber land, in Bedford tp., adjoining
lands of Fred. Koontz, Adam Dibert and others,
containing about 50 acres.
TERMS— reasonable. For information, address
the undersigned, Pattonsville, Bedford co., or
Richard Sill, Bedford.
nov29tf JOSIAH RITCHEY, Ex'r.
rX)R SALE OR TRADE.
1 ' 2 lots in the city of Omaha, Nebraska.
2 tracts, of 160 acres each, within three miles of
a depot on the Union Pacific Railroad, back of
1 tract of bottom land, timbered andpraire, two
miles from Omaha city.
One-third of 7,000 acres in Fulton county, Pa.,
including valuable ore, mineral and timber lands,
near Fort Littleton. .
Over 4,000 acres of valuable ore, coal and tim
ber lands in West Virginia.
Also 320 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 one acre) at Wil
low Tree, in Snake Spring township, on Chambers
burg and Bedford Turnpike, three miles East of
Bedford, with frame dwelling house, cooper-shop,
stable, Ac , thereon erected.
0. E. SHANNON,
jun2l,'67yl Bedford, Pa.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE
—The undersigned offers for sale the follow
ing valuable bodies of land :
THREE CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND,
containing 160 acres each, situated on the Illinois
Central Ruilroad, 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 ncver
failin" pond of water upon it The city of Urbana
contains about 4,000 inhabitants. Champaigni
the greatest wheat growing oounty in Illinois.
ALSO — One-fourth, of a tract of land , situated
in Broad Top township, Bedford county, contain
ing about 45 acres, with all the coal veins of Broaid
Top running through it.
ALSO— Three Lots in the town of Coalmont,
Jan 26, '66-tf F. C. REAMER.
QPLENDID FARM FOR SALE
-7 miles from Bedford, containing ONE HUN
BRED AND FIFTY ACRES, 125 acres under cul
tivation, half creek bottom; well watered; excel
lent Brick House and Frame Barn; plenty of (jood
timber; convenient to schools, churches and mills.
V\ ill 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 street
about sixty-five feet, one of the very best business
locations in Bloody Run. Also, ten acres of wood
land, adjacent to Bloody Run, lying on the Bed
ford Rail fload, containing first rate iren ore and
having thereon a never-failing spring of water.
For particulars inquire at the store of Mrs. S. E.
Mann, Bloody Run, or of Dr. Hickok, Bedford, Pa.
Dec 15, '65.
THE Local circulation of the BEr-
FORD GAZETTE islargerthan that of any other
paper in this section ol oountry, and therefore of
ersthe greatest inducements to busmen men ty
fdverlise in its columns.