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HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R.R.
—WINTER ARRANGEMENT.—TIME TABLE.—Aceom
moiation 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
#.38 p. m.
Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p. m.. 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.
The Democrats of Bedford county,
and all who support the Constitution
against the attacks of Radical aggres
sion, are requested to assemble in
MASS MEETING}-, at the Court House,
on Monday evening, Feb. 10, (Court
Week) for the purpose of expressing
their disapprobation of the extraordi
nary, unconstitutional and despotic
course of Congress In attempting to es
tablish Negro Supremacy in Ten States
of this Union at the point of the bayo
net, and electing a Delegate to the
Democratic State Convention which is •
to assemble tit Harrisburgon the fourth
of March next.
All who desire a change in the law
making power nf the country, no matter
to what party they have heretofore tie
longed, are respectfully invited to at
tend and participate in the proceed-j
ings of the meeting.
Ch'n. Dein. Co. Com.
W. C. SCHAEFFER, Sec'y.
"FIXED UP." —lt will be remember
ed that nine of the Radical members
<f the House of Representatives at
Harrisburg, refused to support the Had
ical candidate for Speaker, but finally
"caved," and did in the end exactly,
what they swore they never would do,
voted for and elected the aforesaid
Davis. We find in the Fulton Republi
can, of last week, a letter written
from Harrisburg (by a Radical pen, of
course) which throws a faint light up
on this subject. It appears that there
was some "fixing up" done. In fact
we know that some "fixing up" was
intended to be done in this town of
Bedford, on the very night that the
news was received of Davis' election.
The Radical politicians of this place
met in secret caucus, and determined to
instruct Mr. Richards to vote for Davis
without pledges. Only two of them re
fused to go into this business of secretly
putting the thumb-screw to the recal
citrant representative. But Richards
saved them all trouble. He had al
ready played retromingent and the in
structions of the secret caucus were un
necessary. But turn we to the corres
pondence of the Fulton Republican:
"The'bolters'or'immortal nine,' as
they are called, who refused to go into
caucus, yielded, after having a written
pledge from the committee of confer
ence, appointed by the friends of .Mr.
Davis, to confer with a similar com
mittee of' The Nine,' that the Com
mittee on Railroads should be com
posed of a decided majority of unquali
fied, outspoken friends of a 'Free Rail
road law.' Believing that these pledg
es might be carried out in good faith,
and in order to preserve harmony in
the party, 'The Nine' concluded to
overlook, fo>: the present, the base and
corrupt means madeuseof by unscrupu
lous demagogues and political gam
blers "outside of the Legislature, in the
interest of the 'ring' that has been
running this machine. These outsid
ers openly ana boldly proclaimed that
they had secured a majority of the Re
publican members, (whether by argu
ments heard, or arguments s-n, they
have not told us, but the people will
judge for themselves,) and that they
would force the bolters in.' The 'ring
master' was to 'fix' up the press for
that purpose. The Pittsburg t'ommer
ciat, the Pittsburg Gazette , the .State
Guard and Forney's Press were the
papers that were tobe'fixed' up against
the 'Nine.' I suppose every body
will understand what is meant by be
ing 'fixed up.' Whether or not the
said papers wereso'fixed' is not known,
but true it is, they immediately set up
a howl against the 'bolters,' and my
attention was called, to-day, to the last
edition of the Herald & Whig, of Som
erset Co., which I will not say was
'fixed up' by the 'ring master' for the
occasion, but it howls mod lustily at
the heels of your worthy Representa
tive from Fulton Co., (Mr. Richards,)
for doing less than their own member,
(Mr. Weller,) openly declared he
would do, that is, that under no cir
cumstances would he (Mr. Weller,)
vote for Davis for Speaker—that if it
became necessary to defeat Mr. Davis
for Speaker, he would vote for a good
Free Railroad Democrat, and that the
people in Somerset county would sus
tain him in so doing."—
LECTURE. —The first lecture of the
series for the benefit of the Bedford
Cemetery, will be delivered, in the
Court House, on next Tuesday eve
ning, Feb. 4th, by the Rev. A. J. Bar
row. We hope the people of our bor
ough and neighborhood, will attend
this lecture, as, aside from the interest
ing subject which will be discussed, it
should be borne in mind, that the pro
ceeds of the lecture are to be devoted
to a useful and laudable purpose. Let
there be a good turn-out to ibis, and to
the subsequent lectures to be given for
the benefit of the Cemetery Associa
JUBII.EE, &C. —There will be Jubilee
Services, appropriate to the observance
of the 350 th anniversary of the Refor
mation, held in the Lutheran church,
of this place, beginning on Thursday
evening, the 30th inst., and continuing
during each evening of the week. The
Lord's Supper will be administered in
the same church, on the Sunday morn
ing following. A Sunday School Ju
bilee will he held on Sunday afternoon,
at 2 o'clock.
DEATH OF REV. AMOS SMITH.—A
truly piou* and worthy minister of
Christ, has gone to his great reward.
Rev. Amos Smith, for many years
well known, and greatly esteemed, as
a minister of the M. E. Church, died,
at his residence, in McConnellsburg, i
Fulton county, on Monday, Jan. 20th.
Rev. Mr. Smith was the father of 11.
G. Smith, Esq., editor of the Lancaster
Intelligencer, and of Geo. A. Smith and
Amos Smith, Esqs., of the McConnells- :
LEAP YEAR.— It is said that during
leap year more bachelors commit mat
rimony than in the other three, and for
this several reasons are assigned. We
notice that since the first of January
the marriage lists in our exchanges
have largely increased. May all our
bachelor friends who tie themselves to
crinoline "for better or for worse," be
able to exclaim, in Shaksperian lan
"She is mine own :
And I as rich in aaving such a jewel,
As twenty if all their sands were pe.arl,
The waters nectar, and the rocks pure gold."
CHEAPEST AND BEST.— lfyou want to
buy clothing in Philadelphia, go to
Bennett's Tower Hall, MS Market i
street, half way between tifth and sixth. !
We testify from personal knowledge
when we say that the best and cheap- i
est clothing in the city, is to he found \
at this place. Besides, Bennett and Co. i
are gentlemen, in every sense of the i
term, and their word is as good as j
their bond. Call and set? them.
Some writer has said:
"Wo to tbe wight when first he feels
The slippery skates beneath his heels ;
AY ho. tremblingly, tries the dangerous play,
And scratches out a first essay ;
I p fly his feet he feels with dread
The ice has cracked and cracked his heit'l!
A double damage, thus we see,
Misfortunes march in company ;
Stars twinkle round his aching eyes,
Amazed, he sees new suns arise ;
To him celestial wondersoi e,
Without the aid of telescope.
With shuttling haste he seeks the shore,
And vows at least to skate 110 more.''
ECONOMY.— The father of an inter
esting family residing near Detroit,
not long since stopped the only news
paper which he had ever allowed him
self or family, and solely on the ground
that he could not afford the expense.
This man chews up fourteeu dollars
and sixty cents' worth of tobacco ev
A FARMER wrote as follows to a dis
tinguished scientific agriculturist, to
whom he felt under obligations for in
troducing a variety of swine: "Res
pected Sir—l went yesterday to the
cattle show, I found several pigs of
your species. There was a great vari
ety of hogs, and I was astonished at
not seeing you there.
DRESS. —For a cheap and good suit of
clothes go to Berkstressers'. For a
fashionable hat, go to Berkstressers'.
Gents' furnishing goods in endless vari
ety. Also, Ladies' dress goods.
Give them a call. Their store is one
door west of the Washington Hotel.
GEN. GEO. POTTS, of Altoona, has
been appointed D. 1). G. M. of the Ma
sonic district composed of the counties
of Blair, Bedford and Huntingdon. J.
King McLanahan, of Hollidaysburg,
is D. D. G. 11. P. for the same district.
A DILL was introduced in the Penn
sylvania Senate last week to exempt
from taxation mortgages on real estate
given by any individual to the amount
THE SOUL OF FLOWERS.— Poetry has
given title to the living breath of fra
grant blossoms, and this floral soul—
of olfactory luxuries
—exis.s, 111 its full perfection, in Pha
lon's "Night- Blooming Cereus."—
PRINTER WANTED.— If this should
meet the eye of Cyrus Augustine, a
primer, he is earnestly requested to re
turn to his home in Ohio, immediately,
and relieve the anxieties of a distress
ed family. Exchanges copy.
ON MONDAY, thelSth, Mr. Searight,
(Democrat,) of Fayette county, intro
duced a hill into the State Senate, re
storing pensions of soldiers of the war
of 1812 to their widows.
RELIGIOUS.— Rev. Daniel Hartman,
of Altoona, will preach, morning and
night, in the Methodist Episcopal
church, in Bloody Run, Feb. 2d, IS<S.
—lt costs fifty dollars a year to sub
scribe fur the Moniteur, the official
journal of Hayti, a semi-weekly, and
single copies are two dollars; but as
the Haytine currrency is worth only
about three cents in gold to the dollar,
the price is not considered exorbitant.
—The pleasant Hindoo practice of
smothering dying persons with the sac
red mud of the Ganges, still prevails
under British rule in India.
—General Lee says to the effect that
Hancock istlie only man of sense who
has had anything to do with t iie Recon
—The Mexican bandits recently
caught a banker named Mosales, and
made him pay $60,000 for bis life.
—Queen Victoria has obtained the
second prize for fat pigs at the Bir
mingham cattle show.
—One hundred thousand Arabs have
starved to death in Algeria.
—Bear hunting is more lucrative in
Arkansas than cotton planting.
To close a rum hole—fill it with
HILLEGASS —MORTIMORE—At the bouse of
the hri le's father, January 16fh 1868, by Rev.
N 11. Skvles, Mr. Jae >b B. Hdlegas of Somerset
co, and Albs Louisa Mortimore of Be Itbrl co.
I) CASTER.—The undersigned would
respectfully iuforni the public, that he is
prepared to supply both ROCK and GROUND
PLASTER- Warehouse. Bbtody Run Station.
juSl'tttf JOHN W. BARN DOLLAR.
Imperial Bargain Store.
December 12, 1537.
J. C. Wright is admitted to an interest in our
business from this date. The style of our firui is
changed to G R Oster & Co.
Bedford. PH.. jnoil ml 6. R. & W. OSTKR.
Just received at the
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New York Mills Utica Nonpareil, Wamsutta
Mills. Williamsville. Fruit of the Loom. None-such.
Semper Idem, Lonsdale, Hope Mills, Congress,
Ac., together with other first class makes, in
bleached and unbleached, at the lowest prices
As muslins are now advancing, we think it a very
safe time for families to lay in a supply.
Bedford, Pa., jn3lml G. R. OSTER A Co.
IX TIIE 1) IST it ICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE WES
-1 ERX DISTKIC lOF PENNSYLVANIA —WIL
LIAM SPIDLE. a Bankrupt under tfce Act of Con
grcss of March 21, 18(57, having applied for a Dis
charge from all his debts, and other claims prova
ble under said Act, By order of the Court Notice
is hereby given, to all Creditors who have proved
their debts, ami other persons interested ; to ap
pear on the 14th day of February 1888, at 2 o'-
clock, P. M., before Hastings Gehr, Register, at
the Court House in Bedford, Pa., to show cause,
if any they have, why a Discharge should not be
granted to the said Bankrupt. And further, NO
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Second and Third
Meeings of Creditors of the sail Bankrupt, re
quired by tbe 27th and 28'h Sections of said Act,
will be had before said Register, at same time
and place. S. C. MCCANDLESS,
Clerk of U. S. District Court for said District.
f OUISA MUHLBACH'S HISTOR-
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P RO MIX EXT CHARACTERISTICS.
/. They are Instructive.
' As purely literary works, these histoticul ro
mances possess a high degree of merit. They
read like genuine histories — Catholic World.
'•They are correct descriptions of the countries
and the people described." — Herald.
11. They are Entertaining.
'■We regard these books as among the best and
most entertaining novels of the day."—Spring
• The reader is at once fascinated and heldspell
b >und until the volume is completed."— Free
•'There is no dull chapter in it. : " — Utica Her
11l —They are mirrors of the Times.
•■No lIUC can pursue them without conceding
the author's great skill in grasping and delinea
ting the characters wnich figure conspicuously in
"The study nhiob onablos tho author to deline
ate so accurately the emotions and incentives to
action which moved men and women of a past age
must be close and untiring, and Louisa Muhlbach
shows in all of her works a perfection which car
ries the reader into (he very presence of the char
acters represented."— Syracuse Jon ma l
IV. — They are Historically Correct.
'•Historically correct, and as entertaining as
many of the volumes of Sir Walter Sco t."—Prov
'•Louisa Muhlbach must have carefully and dil
igently studied the secret histories of tne times
and countries of which she writes, and her task
is done well and effectively."— Worcester Spy.
'•No Historical Novelist has labored so faithtul
ly and successfully to reproduce a •omplete pic.
ture of past times and events."— Utica Herald.
V —They are Original.
'•lt has agreeably surprised readers to find a
new writer with such constructive genius and
knowledge of character as Louisa Muhlbach pos
' Each succeeding nov.-l adds to Mr=. Mundt's
reputation as a writer of historic fiction.— " X.
VI. They are fall of I magi nation.
'•She is not only the skilful joiner, but a neat
handed artizan."— Christian Witness.
"There is seldom any straining after effect, but
it is really wonderful how Madame Mundt mana
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end."— City Item.
"The word-painting of the authoress is much
more effective than the best efforts of the engrav
er."— lllinois State Register.
VII.— Tory Contain Anecdotes of Courts.
"Scottish history offered no fresher and more
romantic material to the magic working hand ot
Sir Waiter Scott than she finds in the annals of
the Herman courts."— Evening Gazette
"There are not to be found anywhere in human
annals, unused, such magnificent, such superabun
dant materials for -ouianee, as clog toe chronicles
of the Prussian and Austrian courts of the 18th
e ntury. By their dress, their manners, their
modes of thought, their language, they are almost
as much separated from us as if they had lived
one thousand years ago."— Observer.
VIII. — They tell about Enperors, Kings and
"We learn from her not only how Frederick
William and Frederick the Great, Joseph the
Second, Voltaire, Rousseau, Baron Trenck, the
Empress Catherine, walked and talked in their
grand roles, but how they powdered their, hair,
llirted, and took tea."— Register.
"The choice of her subjects exhibits her genius
She takes the time of Frederick the Great, Jo
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ground of facts which the chronicles of the periods
affords, she embroiders the bright and sombre
colors, the light and shades of her fiction, with
the skill of a consummate artist."— The Eagle.
IX—The Style is Interesting.
"The style of this writer for purity, perspicuity,
aud elegance, is something greatly to be com
tn-nded. It is free f<ou> imitations, mannerisms,
and tricks of every kind."— The Argus.
"The translations do justice to the vivid, pi
quant style of the original; anil the story is full
of movement and crowded with instructive and
entertaining incident. " — The Chicago Post.
"The interest of the book does not depend up
on its characters nor its incidents, nor yet on its
charming style, but on its general harmony of
composition. — Day Book.
X.—Everybody is Reading them.
"Our people seeui to have stopped reading
French novels, aud Engiish works are complained
of as dull. Miss Muhlbach precisely supplies the
"The novels of Clara Mundt are being read by
every one."— Times.
"Muhlbach's novels have a world-wide repu
tation, and are read with avidity, as fast as issued
from the press."— Springfield Republican.
"They are winning a wiJe and deserved popular
ity in this country."— State Journal.
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R "AGISTER'S NOTICE.—AH "JER
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 preseuted to the Orphans' Court,
in and for said county, on Tuesday the 11th day
of February, next, at the Court House, iu Bedford,
for confirmation :
The account of Joseph Fisher, Esq., adui'rof the
estate of Peter Osborne, late of West Providence
The account of Joseph Fisher, Esq.. adm'r. ot
tho estate of David Piltman, late of West Provi
dence tp., dec d.
The account of Robert Fyan, adm'r of the es
tate of Mary Byrne, late of Bedford borough, deed.
The account o! Josiah Miller, Ex'or of the last
Will. Ac.. ot Catharine Wolford, late of London
derry tp., deceased
Tne account of Jacob Evans. Esq.. adm'r of the
estate ot John Railey, late of Londonderry tp..
The acount of Win. Berkhimer. Ex'or of Joseph
Riddle, late of Union tp., dee'd.
The account of Thomas McCoy, adm'r of ihe es
tate of Elizabeth Black ouru, late of 3t. Clair tp..
The account of Joseph B. Noble, guardian of
Samuel Koontzand Mary Ann Bollinan, formerly
Mary Ann Koontz, children of Hetty Koontz. late
of Bedford tp., dee'd.
The account of George S. Bennett, and Arteraas
S. Bennet t, executors of the last will and testament
of Artemas Bennett, late of Southampton tp..
The account of Mary Ann South, adm'r of
Franklin South, lute of Snake Spring tp., dee'd.
The account of John Dieken, Ex'or of Moses
Dicken, late of Cumberland Valley tp.. dee'd.
The account of Dauiel Fletcher. Ex'or of John
Martin, latent Monroe tp., dee'd.
jaidfwl 0 E. SHANNON, lleg'r.
SHERIFF'S SALE. —By virtue of
sundry writs Vend Exponas and Levari Faci
as and Fi Fa., to me directed, there will be ex
posed to public sale, at the court house, in the
Borough of Bedford, on
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY BTH, A D. 1803,
at 10 o'clock A.M.. the following real estate, viz:
One tract of laud, containing 295 acres, more or
less, about 210 acres cleared and underfenee, widi
a two story log house, plastered, double log barn,
with tenant house and other outbuildings thereon
erected, with (wo good apple orchards thereon,
adjoining Phillip Shoemaker, dee'd. on the west.
Abraham Weisel on the Northwest, Simon S-uek
ey on the South. Christian H.'triek on the East,
situate in Colerain Township. Bedford county, and
taken in execution as the property ot Samuel
Also, one tract of laud, containing 153 acres. 1
more or 1-ss. aboift 60 acres cleared and under 1
fence, with a two story frame house and double ;
log bi.rn thereon erected, adjoining lands of Win.
L-itta. jr., on the South. Joseph Sleighter on the
west, B irtley Hughes on the North siiuate in j
west Providence Township. Bcdiord county, and j
taken in execution as tho property of Elijah 1
Also, one lot of ground, containing | of an acre, I
more or less, and under fence, with II one story
plank house and plank stable thereon erected, ad- |
j lining Adolphus Ake. Cagtleton Akeaiul others,
situate in Union Township. Bedford county, audi
taken in execution as the property of John Shaffer
Also, one frame house, in the borcugh of Coal
dale, known as the Postoffiee and standing on
spring street, adjoining lots of David Dunn and
A. W Evans, and taken in execution as the prop
erty ot A. W. Evans. Lemuel Evans and Levi Ev
ans. situate in Broad Top Township, Bedford
Also, one tract of land, containing 1081 acres,;
more or less, wiih a two story log House thereon
erected, being the same tract of land which P. F
Lehman and Mary Ann. his wife, sold ami convey
ed to John 11. Wertz aud Sophia, his wife, and
taken in execution as the property of J. H. Wertz
and Sophia Wertz, situate in Harri on township.
Bedf> rd county.
Also, ail that certain two story log House, mes
suage and tenement, situate in Rainsburg bor
ough. Bedford county, fronting on Main street,
adjoining lots of George James on the South and
A. J. Peunell on the North and the lot or piece of
ground and curtilage appurtenaut to said building,
seized and taken in execution as the property of
Abraham Mowry, situate in Rainsburg borough.
Also, two tracts of land, No. 1. containing 175
acres, more or less, about 100 acres cleared and
under fence, with a two story dwelling House and
log barn thereon erected and other outbuildings;
there is also a small apple orchard on the premi
ses, adjoiuing lands of Wui. Stuekey on the South,
William Conner on the East, Wm. Grubb on the
South, Benj uiiin Sbaws' heirs on the North. No.
2. containing 20 acres, more or less. with about 2
acres cleared and under fence, adjoining the above
laud and Samuel Mixsell and others and taken in
Execution as the property of John ilann, situate in
Monroe township. LSedtord county.
Also, all the defendant's interest in and to a
tract of land containing 70 acres, more or less, a
b..ut 4i) acriis cleared and under fence, with a ore
story log house and log barn and apple orchard
thereon, adjoining lands of Wash. Powell on the
South and West, Peter Hillogayon the North, aud
Wm. Fruziet on the East, si.uate in Juniata tp .
Bedford eoun y, Pa., seized and taken in execu
tion as the property of Joseph Nicodemus.
Also, one tract of land, containing 104 acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of Philip Snider on
the North, the Defendant's other lands on the
East, and Tu.-hes Mouutain on the west, situated
in West Provideuee township, Bedford county,
and seized and takeu in execution as the property
of Joseph 11. Sparks.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, ) ROBERT STECKMAN.
j ui.l7, 1863 -w4. J Sheriff.
LIST OF GRAND JURORS
Drawn for February Term, 2d Monday, 10th
day. A. D., 1863:
Schellsburg—lsaiah Conley. Foreman.
Bedford Tp—Jacob Fetter.
Bedford Bor.— .-imon Naus.
Broad Top tp—Levi Riuard.
Cuiub. Valley—Franklin Hite, Samuel Hunt,
Albert Arnold. „
Liberty—John Ke singer, Samuel Harvey. Eli
Londonderry—B. T. Buchanan.
Monroe—Abraham Stuekey, Geo B. Fletcher,
Napier—Jeremiah Gordon, Sylvester J. Souser.
Providence W.—Alex Mortiuiore, Joseph Fish
Southampton—Lewis Browning. James Collins.
St. Clair —.Jesse Black burn. Thus. J. Miller.
"Drawn and certified at Bedford, this 13th day of
December. A. D., 1867.
Attest: Jury Coin'rs.
Jxo. G FISHER, Clerk.
I IST OF PETIT JURORS, drawn
for same term.
Bedford B-r. —Siuion Cook, John K. Jordan.
Broad Top—John F. Lowry.
Cuuib. Valley—William Deremer, Jr., William
Jla.-on, John P Miller.
Cole ra in —Her be rt Shoemaker.
Juniata—William Keyser. Joseph Dull.
Liberty—Philip Beikstresser, James Koades.
Monroe—Harrison I*. Williams, Gideon Wil
liams, James Carueil, David Means
Providence E.—Christ. Meyers, Christian Fel
ton, Samuel MeFeeters, William Whetstone.
Providence W.—Daniel Spirits.
Southampton-—Phillip Hones. Jam s Pcnnell.
George Elbin. John lluwsare ot D.. John liobison,
St Clan—James Barefoot, Isaac B. Mock, Wil
Snake Spring—Abraham Koons, Benjamin Ash
Sr. Clairsville— F. D. Bcegle.
Wood berry M.—Thomas Johnson, Daniel Barley,
Daniel 11. Long-necker.
Woodberry S.—John Boyer. William 11. Aaron.
Union. —Josinb Mowry, Adolphus Ake.
Drawn and certified at Bedford, this 18th day of
December, A. D. 1803.
Attest: Jury Coui'rs.
J .NO. G. FISIIER, Clerk.
LIST OF JUIIOIIS drawn for an Ad
journed Court, Ist Monday, 2nd day of
March, A. I). 1803.
Bedford Tp.—Ezra Williamson, George Mann,
Broad Top—James A. Horton, John L. Tobias.
Coaldale —Walter Whitney.
Colerain—A. C.James, William S Beegle, J.
H. Cessna, John Shater of Jno., Geo. W. Cessna.
Cumb. Valley—Weaver B. Cessna, Francis
Juniata—William Kinsey, Leonard Bittner,
Henry llillegas, Joseph Barclay, -John Garber.
Monroe—Elias Nycuin, Daniel Miller, David
Napier—Thomas Cleaver, William 11. Shafer,
John S. Stuekey, liicharl M. Mullin, Edmund S.
Providence E —William Gracy.
Providence W. —Daniel Sams, James Calhoun,
Snake Spring Daniel 11. Snyder.
St. Clair—John Wolf, B K. Henderson. William
Saxton —Jacob Kaum.
Woodbery M.—" ornas Watson.
Woodberry S.— illiain Tetwiler, Josiah Hitch,
Drawn A certified at Bedford, this ISth day of
December, A. D. 18(53.
Attest: Jury Com'rs.
Jo.v. G. FISHER, Clerk. jaulTw-l
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS,
and Business men generally will advance
own iuterests by advertising in the columns
of THE GAXETTB.
TTeOHGK SOLErfBY vs. SUSAN
yj SOLESCY. In the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Bedford county. No. 15, Sept. Term,
1307. Alius Subpcena in Libel for Divorce.
And now. September 2J, lbt>7, the Court, on mo
tion of U. 11. Spang, Esq.. grant a rule on Susan
Solesby. respondent in the above case, to show
cause why adivorce.a vinculo matrimonii, should
ni! be decreed. The rule returnable on Monday,
February 10, ]63. 0 E. SHANNON, Proth'y.
Attest, T.oBT, STKI KMAN. Sherill". |jaul7wl
JLi hereby giv-n that letters testamentary to the
estate of Arthur Rose, lute of Cuuib Valley tp ,
deed, have been granted to the un i. rsigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are hereby noiifie t to make nn uediate pay
ment, and those having claims are requested to
present them properly authenticated tor settle
ment |jan3wt)*] lIENRV ROt?E. Ex'r.
XECU TO II .S' NO TI ( E.—
J i Notice is hereby given that letters testamen
tary to the estate of Jacob Dull, late of Napier
Township, deceased, have been granted to the un
dersigned. by the Register of Bedford county.
All perrons having • laims against said estateare
requested to oresent them, properly authenticated,
for settlement, and those indebted to the estate to
rnuko immediate pavmcnt.
janlOwfi JACOB DULL, Ex'rs.
A DM IMST R A TOR'S NOTICE.—
Notice is hereby given that letters of admin
istration have hern granted to the undersgned. by
the Register of Bedford county, upon the estate of
Richard Foor. late of Eu=t Providence township,
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to inako immediate payment, and those having
claims can present them, duly authenticated for
j ml7w6* _ RICHARD T. FOoR. Adm'r.
T7XECUTORS' NOTK E.-Notice is
JUj hereby given that letters tcstamenta y to
the estate of Joseph Sellers, late of Bedford town
ship. deceased, have been granted to ihe under
signed by the Register of Bedford county.
AH persons indebted to said estaie are requested
t make immediate payment, and tuose having
claims thereon will present them, duly authenti
cated, for settlement.
JOHN S. SPR OAT,
J. T GEPfIART.
j nil7w(i# WM. SIiAFEK, Ex'rs.
/ 10UUT PIIOCLAMATION.— To
\_y' the Coroner, the Justices of the Pence, and
Coti.it/ifi/ex in the different Townships in the
Co"/ity of Bedford, Greeting: KNOW YE, that
lu pursu'iice of a precept to me directed, under
the hand and seal of the lion. ALEXANDER
KING, President of the several Courtsof Common
PlSus. in the Kith District, consisting of the coun
ties of Franklin, Fulton, Bedford and Somerset,
and by virtue of bis office of the Court of Oyer and
Terminer and General Jail Delivery for the trial of
capital and other offenders therein, and the Gen
eral Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace; and
G W. GUMP, and WILLIAM G. EICUOLTZ. 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 2d Monday of
hebntary, (being the 10//; day.) 1 SOS, at 10 o'c/orl
i/i the forenoon of that day. there and then to do
those things to which your several offices appertain.
Given under toy hand and seal the 17th day of
January, in the year of our Lord. 1868.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. J Sheriff.
Bedford. Jan. 17. 1868. j w4
[IST OF CAUSES, put down for
j trial, at February Term. 1868. 10th day.
David. Heidlcr vs. H. A B. M. R. R. A C- Co.
W. S. Entrekin vs. Kensinger A Fluck.
Mary Jane llolsingcr vs. Josiak llolsinger.
Samuel MOSO3 vs. Sill A Zi miners
John Leech vs. Jno. B. Longenecker.
Henry Wertz vs. Wilson Hafer.
Francis M. Diehl vs. Colerain tp. School Dist.
Geo. Blackburn vs. County of Bedford.
Kate B -Jcr vs. Geo. A. Beegle, et al.
John Cessna vs. Jonathan Bowser.
Certified, January 13,1808
janl7w4 0. E. SHANNON, Proth.
rpAVEHN LICENSES.- Notice is
i hereby given that the foll< wing named per
sons have made applications lor license, to be
granted at February Sessions, A. D., 1863, 10th
Is ac Mengel, Bedford borough, Tavern.
David Weiiner. Monroe township, '•
John Rcigh irt. Union " "
Win 11. Allen. West Providence • Restaurant.
I.'U,, II irrid. Bo If.mi Rorough, '*
Win. G. Eiofioltz, Woodbury, Tavern.
vVin, M Pearson, " 11
Henry Fluck, " "
Grundy F. Ake, St Clairsville, Restaurant.
Aaron W Reed, S. Woodbury tp., Tavern.
John B. Atnick, St. Clairsville. *'
Joseph kirby, " Restaurant.
Tobias Snider, Saxton, Tavern.
Chas. M. Z >ok, M. Woodbury tp. Restaura- t.
Jas. L. Prince, Saxton, Tavern.
Win. F Grove, Bloody Run, "
Thos. Model, Bedford tp., Beer House.
D. A M. Ott, Blooly Run, Tavern.
Robert Ralston, Waterside, Tavern.
janl7w4 0. E. SHANNON, Clerk
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE ! By virtue of an order of
the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, the sub
scriber ivill offer at public sale, on the premises,;
on SATURDAY, the Sth day of February, 18d8.
the following des-ribed tract of land, late the
property of Jorthn C. Dicken. deceased, situa
ted in Cumberland Valley ip., adjoining land? of
Miller, Michapl Boor and others, contain
ing 2iK) ACRES, 104 PERCHES and allowance, a
bout 50 acres cleared and under fence, and having
thereon a splendid Orchard of thrifty fruit tree?
and a fine variety of grapes Ae. TWO LOO
DWELLING HOUSES, n LOU BARN and TAN
NERY, and other out buildings thereon erected.
TERMS : Cash at the confirmation of sale.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock of said day.
j a 1117 w4 Administrator of J. C. Dicken, dec *d
Pi M VATEKALK<>F VALUABLF
REAL ESTATE.—The undersigned, Execu
tor of the last Will and Testament of John S.
Ritehey, late of Bedford tp.. dco'd, will sell at
private sale, the MANSION PLACE of said 'Re d .
containing 113 aeres. more or less, with THREE
DWELLING HOUSES, a CRIST MILL SAW
MILL, DISTILLERY, BARN, and other out
buildings thereon erected, situated •hrce miles
northeast of Bedford. There is also a good oreh
ard of choice fruit trees, and a Spring of never
failing water on the premises. The place affords
a spleud .d ,-ite for a Factory, there being excellent
water power. Also, a tract of c!i >ice land con
taining till acres, adjoining the above mentioned
tract, having u good BARN and ORCHARD
thereon. These tracts will be sold separately, or
together, a# the purchaser may desire. ALSO, a
tract of timber land, in Bedford tp., adjoining
lands of t red. Koontz. Adam Dibert and others
containing about 5(1 acres.
XEKMS —reasonable. For information, address
the undersigned, Pattonsville, Bedford co., or :
Richard Sill, Bedford
nov2Btf J' OS lAII RITCIIEY, Etr
jpOR SALE OB TRADE.
2 tracts, of 16(1 acres each, within three miles of
a depot on tho Union Pacific Railroad, back ol
1 tract of bottom land, timbered and praire, two
miie? from Omaha city.
One-third of 7.000 acres in Fulton county, Pa.,
including valuable ore, mineral and timber lands,
near Fort Littleton.
Over 4,001) acres of valuable ore, coal and tim
ber lands in West Virginia.
Also—32o 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
H 0. E SHANNON,
jun2l,'67yl Bedfoid, Pa.
\T ALUABLE LAND FOR SALE
\ —The undersigned offers for sale the follow
ing valuable bodies ot land :
THREE CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND,
containing lt)0 acres each, situated on the Illinois 1
Central Railroad, in Champaign county, State ot j
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 inhabitants. Champaign
the greatest wheat growing county 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 veinsof Broad
Top running through it.
ALSO— Three Lots in the town of Coalmont
Jan 2d, 'dd-tf F. C. REAMER.
TT ALU ABLE REAL ESTATE AT
Y 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-
I ford Rail Road, containing first rate iron ore and
having thereon a never-failing spring of water.
For particulars inquire at the store of Mrs. S. E
i Mann, Bloody Run, or of Dr. Hickok, Bedford, Pa.
i Dec 15, '65.
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Fatquhar, of Bedford, in the county of Bedford,
and State of Pennsylvania, who has beeu adjudged
a Batikrupt ou his own petition ; that the payment'
of any debts and delivery ot any property belong
ing to such Bankrupt, to him, oi for his use, aud
the transfer of any property by him are forbidden
by law; that a tuoeiiug ol the Creditors ot the said
Bankrupt, to prove their Debts, and to choose one
or more Assignees of his Estite, will beheld at a
Court ot Bankruptcy, to be holden at the Court
House in Bedford, Bedfotd county, Pa., before
HASTINGS GtUR. E-q . Register ou the 14 tu day
o February. A. D.. 1868. ai 9 o'clock, A. M.
| THOMAS A. ROWLEY, U- S- Marshal,