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Home and Around.
HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R.R.
_W INTER ARRANGEMENT.—'TIMETABLE —Op and
after Sept. 1 6th, pas.'enger trains will arriveand
depart as follows:
Mail Train leavesMt. Dallas at I 00 p. in. . ar
ch CS at Huntingdon at 4 20 p.m.; leaves Hunt
ii.g lon at 8.40 A M., and arrives at MT. Dallas at
11 52 a. m.
ACCENT'n Train leaves Saxton at 8.20 a. RO.,
and arrives at Huntingdon, at 10.10 a. in.; leaves
Huntingdon at 5.55 p. M., and arrives at Saxton
at 7 41 p. in.
Grouse's is the place to buy cigars.
Go to Grouse's for the best navy to
The good old times promised by ,
Grant's election are being daily realiz-
"like the old woman kept tavern ;
i n Indiana!"
Buy the Rustic Pipe and Mounlian
Flowers tobacco at Grouse's.
Now that the holidays are at hand,
go to G. R. Oster A Go! where you will
find a store full of useful articles for
Good old cigars by the box at Grouse's, ;
from $2 to $lO per box.
Boys should learn a trade—it teach- i
esthem the value of time, gives them
away to make an honest living jo an i
extremity, and above all, makes men
practical in pursuit of any calling.
According to the most recent, if uot
reliable revenue decision, boarding
house keepers, who serve hash, are o
bliged to take out a license as mniiu
The season of skates and sleds will
soon beat hand,and Young America,
of both genders, are prepared to "let
the union slide;" without regard to
politics, of course.
Buy your Tlats and Gaps of G. R.
Oster & Go. They have just received
an immense assortment of the latest
st vies, from CO cents up. dec9m 1.
The man who won't take a paper
because he can borrow one from his
neighbor, is at work trying to invent a
machine to cook his meals by the
-moke from his neighbor's chimney.
Beautiful by Billings. It is highly
important that when a man makes up
his mind tew bekuin a rascal, that he
should examine hitself closely, and
s?e if he ain't better konstructed for
Inebriated individuals were out last
Saturday evening, singing "We won't
go home till morning." They ev
idently had too much of a load on to
get home before that time.
Bryan, the burglar who was con
victed at Somerset sometime ago, es
caped from the sheriff, near Greens
burg, by jumping from the cars. He
was not recaptured. No doubt theoffi
cer exclaimed, "Fare ye well, brother
Ninety deer have been brought to
Tyrone from different points of the
Clearfield railroad, since the hunting
season opened, to say nothing of those
that have been brought in from other
It is folly to think that you can
make pork out of pig iron; that you
can become a shoemaker by drinking
sherry cobblers, or that you can keep
posted as to how the "world wags"
without reading the GAZETTE.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE DEPART
MENT.—For Ixadie-i, Gents, Misses,
Boys, Youths, and Childrens superior
Custom-made Boots and Shoes, go to
G. R. Oster A Go. They have just re
ceived a large and varied assortment
at reduced priees. dec9ml.
The Hollidaysburg Register says:
The Bedford Inquirer complains
-greatly at the difference in time, (ac
cording to the town clock, ) between
that place and towns to the north.
Probably this accounts for Bedford be
ing so slow an old town.
Davy, you oughtn't to "go back on
a cove what you knows," thusly.
Rev. Joseph Waugh, Principal of
the Hollidaysburg Seminary, will ad
dress some of the county teachers' in
stitutes this winter on "What shall
our girls study ?"
G. R. OSTER & Go. have just receiv
ed an immense stock of new Winter
Goods, and there is but little use of
our telling you, for most Ladies have
.already decided and bought their
Cheap Goods, and are pleased to find a
store full of Bargains. decOinl.
SENTENCED.—Peter Young, (color
eel) and Lizzie Hall, who were found
guilty of larceny at the November ses
sions, and whose cases were held over
until the adjourned court, on Monday
last, were sentenced on that day, Peter
being sent over the mountains for one
year and four months, and Lizzie to
meditate over her follies in the county
jail for a period of nine months. "The
way ofthe transgressor is hard."
The shelves ofG. R.Oster A Go's spa
cious new Store, are filled with cheap
and attractive new Winter Goods, that
soon make you feel for your purse and
bid good bye to your Grren'ja- ks for
articles that please you better, and are
more useful. deeOml.
FESTIVAL.—The ladies of Schells
tmrg have made arrangements to hold
a festival, commencing on Christmas
eve, the proceeds thereof to go for the
benefit of the Lutheran church of that
place. We know that the ladies of
that village understand how to get up
a festival, and we trust that in their
present effort they will he properly
sustained by a generous community.
All are invited to attend.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.— On last Fri
night the store and tlwe lling of Mr.
W. W. Lamburn, of Mowry's Mill,
was entirely consumed by tire. None
of tie contents were saved,and the oc
cupants barely escaped with their
lives. The loss is very severe on our
triend Lamburn, but we are pleased to
learn that he took the piecaution to
have $4,000 insurance on his property,
which will at least partially indemnity
Ji im for the loss he lias sustained.
Diptheria and putrid sore throat will
bo common among children this win
ter, and, if allowed to run for a few
days, may be very difficult to cure.
Mothers should watch children closely,
and when languid and febrile symp
toms appear, take a spoon and with
the handle press down the tongue,
when the little white pus sores may be
seen. Muriateol iron and water, in
equal parts, make excellent washes for
sore throats. Apply them with a soft
rag-swob or small camel's hair brush.
lIIIOMBOII EDKAL I RON ORE.—A
large bed of this valuable ore has just
been found near "Todd's Spring," a
bout one mile west of this place. This
discovery, taken in connection with the
fact that inexhaustible beds of fossil
ore exist for miles around here, will
soon awaken capitalists to the fact that
Bedford is the place for the erection of
furnaces, rolling mills and all kinds of
iron manufactories, Hematite and fos
sil ores worked together make the
best iron in the world, and the vicini
ty of Bedford and is now ready to fur
THE BROAD TOP MURDER.—The
motion for a new trial for Kane, Lynch,
Dowers and Mulvahill was heard by a
full bench last Friday. The argument
on both sides was very able, as was
Judge Taylor's reasons for refusing a
new trial. At 11 o'clock Saturday
morning the four prisoners were
brought into Court and sentenced to
seven years and eleven month impris
onment in the Western Penitentiary,
each. Sheriff Neely started for Pitts
burg with the prisoners Monday even
NEXT .sum titer is the time for taking
the census ofthe United States. Offi
cers will be appointed for every town
ship to gather statistics of the inhabi
tants, and of all the agriculture pro
ductions, manufactures, Ac. xYs these
reports will be called for in June, it
will be necessary to give in the crops,
gathered this fall, and the suggestion
that we would now make is, that cul
tivators write down, while fresh in
miud, the number of acres of each
kind, the amount per acre, and the
gross amount of pork, beef, Ac., will
be asked for, as well as all kinds of
Goughs and Colds are often overlook
ed. A continuance for any length of
time causes irritation of the Lungs or
some chronic Throat Disease. "Brown's
Bronchial Troches," are ottered with
the fullest confidence in their efficacy,
giving almost invariably sure and im
mediate relief. Owing to the good
reputation and popularity of the
Troches, many worthless anil cheap
imitations are offered, which are good
for nothing. Be sure to obtain the
true "Brown's Bronchial Troches.'-
OLEAGINOUS. —The Clarion Demo
crat, of the 4tli inst., has the follow
ing in reference to the Stump Islands
oil territory, in which quite a num
ber of our citizens are interested :
xY new well called the Lone Star,
on Stump I-land, immediately above
the mouth of the Clarion river, was
finished on Friday of last week.
On Monday it pumped 24 barrels of oil
in 24 hour-, giving promise of being
one of the largest in the region. It
is owned by Ed. 11. Long, Ed. Sing
leton, Wm. Hartley and others.
There are now two wells on the
"Stump Islands Oil Company's" land
that are flowing oil in paying quanti
ties, with very good prospects of large
Jeff, living, did not frighten us much,
and it is hardly likely now that we can
be scared by his shade or that of any
of his imps, like the local of the Ga
zette.— Ilotlidaysbiirg Register.
We like to stir up the animals occa
sionally, to see whether they are in
good condition for the show. The
merest touch of our "switch" sets Ov
er to roaring and showing his teeth,
that one imagines himself in an East
India jungle, or among a set of hungry
anthrophagists, and in imminent peril
of being instantly devoured, without
the benefit of clergy. Davy must have
dyspepsia. 'Tis true he was not "scar
ed by Jeff's shade," tor during the late
"onpleasantness" he did not venture
within shadow-seeing distance of the
now ex-eheiftan. Like that other ani
mal, hut one which makes far less pre
tensions to ears, he "smelleth the bat
tle afar off." Selah 1
BUCKWHEAT CAKES.—These are pe
culiarly adapted to cold weather. The
appetite craves them, and they supply
the system with warmth, to enable
it to resist for a long time the feeling
of hunger. But they must IK? made
just right, and here is a prime recipe:
Make a thin batter with a quart of flour,
half a cup of yeast, warm water and a
little salt. Let it rise over night.
Bake on both sides on a griddle. xY
little of the batter left in the rising
dish will serve for yeast for the next
batch. It is better to add a tea-spoon
ful of salaratus before baking in the
morning, and it is very essential that
this is good and be strictly pure.
NOT GENERALLY KNOWN.— It is
not generally known that there is an
act of the Pennsylvania Legislature
providing that no estate shall be be
queathed, deviseu, or conveyed to any
body politic, or to any person, in trust
for religious or charitable uses, except
the same be done by deed or will, at
least one month before the decease of
the testator or alienor. It is an impor
tant provision and persons who con
template charitable bequests, should
prepare their wills in due season. We
have recently noticed several instances
in which such bequests have failed be
cause of the wills not being executed
a month prior to the deathsof tlie* par
ties. Last week Mrs. Sophia Meylin
died in Lancaster, bequeathed SI,OOO to
Trinity Lutheran Church, and SIO,OOO
to Zion's Lutheran Church. Both be
quests are void, because the will was
executed less than thirty days before
her death. Not long ago llenry Law
son, of Norristown died with a be
quest of a large amount of money to a
Philadelphia association which failed
for the same reason.
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.—A
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Agriculture and the kindred arts, en
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tools for the workshop, Ac., Ac. To
inventors and mechanics this journal
is invaluable, as it contains a weekly
report of all Patents issued at Wash
ington. The publishers offer for 1670,
SI,OOO in cash premiums for lists of
subscribers. Persons wishing to coin
pete for these prizes, should send at
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Terms of Scientific American, one
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wards, terms $2.60 per annum. Speci
men copies sent free, address the Pub
lishers M u N N A Co.,
07 Park Row. New York.
How to get Patents. —A pamphlet to
Inventors sent free.
PETERS' MUSICAL MONTHLY.— We
have received the December number
of this admirable monthly, which is a
sample of those that are to follow for
1870. Jt contains 37 pages of music
vocal and instrumental. In order to j
outstrip all competitors, the publisher
has concluded toomitall literary mat- j
ter and devote the whole space to music,
for the small price of Three Dollars
per annum. We feel confident this
will prove acceptable to all, and will j
a!ford lovers of good Music to get it j
at a very low price. Now is the time j
to subscribe. Address J. L. Peters,
899 Broadway, N. Y.
PACKARD'S MONTHLY. —This unri
valed literary periodical stands at the
head of its class. Original in every
department, its articles are more read
able, and of more practical benefit,
than the trashy fiction that fills the
pages of most of the literary journals
of the day. The January number
which is before us, comes enlargt d and
improved in many respects, and the
wonder is how so much good intellect
ual food can he given for so little mon
ey. Sample copies sent for 2o cents.
Address, S. 8. Packard, 937 Broadway,
A CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
PTESENT. —XV monthly or a weekly
publication for young people makes
one of the most acceptable presents
that can he given during the holidays
—and for this purpose the Youth's
Companion, of Boston, is admirably a
dapted. It will make its appearance
new and fresh with each succeeding
week, is always sprightly, entertain
ing and practical. Some of the mo'st
brilliant writers in the country con
tribute to is columns.
BALLOU. —This elegant literary peri
odical for January is on our table.—
Age seems to improve this jour nal, if
indeed improvement could he possible
in a magazine that has always held so
high a rank in American literature.
Published by Elliott, ThomesA Talbot,
60 Congress Street, Boston Mass.
The opening of the Twentieth (Ecu
menical Council took place at Home
on the 9th inst. There was a brilliant
assemblage of crowned heads and no
bles in attendance in the galleries of
the Hall of the Counii. Several hun
dred bishops were present.
xV Western paper announces the ill
ness of its editor piously adding: 'All
good-paying sttbscrilrers are requested
to mention him in their prayers. The
others need not, as the prayers of the
wicked avail no.hing, according to
The estimates for the heads of the
various departments at Washington
for the coming year amount in the ag
| gregate to $210,970,608.
DAILEY- LAMBERT—In Scbellsbuig, by I'c
tpr Dewalt. Esq., on the 2nd of September, 1869.
William Dailey an.l Miss Rachel Lambert, all of
SURINER—EARNEST—In St. Clwrsvi'.le, at
! the Lutheran Parsonage, by the Rev. J Peter,
1 Dec 9. 1869, Mr. John 11. Sbricer. St. Clair tp.,
I to Miss Mary A. Earnest, of Bedford tp.
SCHWARTZ—DIEHL —On the 2d, by the Rev
• H. Hecktrman. Mr. x\brah im Schwartz. ot Snake
| Spring tp.. to Mi.-s Elizabeth Diehl, of Colerain
WHITFIELD—ZIMMERMAN—On the 2nd
! inst , at the Lutheran parsonage, by the Rev, G.
j C. Probst, Mr. Wm. C. Whitfield and Miss Mary
| E. Zimmerman, both of East Providence, tp.
Kariis—At ber residence, in Efwt Prov tp.,
i on the 3flth ult.. after a brief illncs, Mrs. Eliza
j beth Karns, in the 56th year of her age.
V 5 r ANTED $19,000.00 DUE US ON
I W OUR BOOKS.—We wish it distinctly un
derstood that all unsettled accounts on our BOOKS
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i Ist of Jan.. 1870. Please Settle at once and
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"117" x\ NT ED !—All persons indebted
If to Hartley k Mctzger who will close their
accounts by note before the first of next January,
will be given a reasonrble time to pay such notes.
All accounts not settled by the Ist of January,
will be collected without further notice.
decl6:; HARTLEY A METZGER.
rpRUSTEE ACCOUNT for confirnia-
tion at February Term of the Orphans' Court
of Redfoad county, loth February, 1870.
The account ( John T. Kcagy, Esq., Trusteo
for the sale of the real estate of Henry Brant,
late of Cumberland Valley township, dee'd.
deelOwfi. JNO P. SEED. Reg't.
INSTATE OF PHILIP DEVORE,
j DECEASED. —The undersigned, appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Bedford county. Audi
tor, to report upon advancements and make dis
tribution of the balance In the bands of Joaiah
Miller and Jacob L Albright. Erqs., Executors of
the last will, Ac ,of Philip Devote, late of Lon
donderry tp., Bedford county, dee'd, will attend
to the duties of his appointment, at bis office, in
Bedford, on Thursday the Oih day of January,
A D., 1870, at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day,
when and where all parties interested can attend.
deol6w2. S L. RUSSELL, Auditor.
INSTATE OF JEREMIAH MOE-
J KIS, DECEASED.—The undersigned, hav
ing been appointed by the Orphans' Court of Bed
ford Connty. Auditor, to m ike distribution of the
balance iu the hands of 11. J. Means. Adm'r of
J crcraiah Alorris, dee'd, hereby notifies all per
sons interested, that he will attend to the duties
of his appiontuients, at bis ofijieo, in tho Borough
of Bedford, on Wednesday, tho 19th day of Janua
ry, 1870, at 10 o'elock A. M. K M. ALSIP,
IMIF.SH OYSTERS! FRESH OYS
TERS ' —lf you want a nice dish ot LARGE j
FRESII OYSTERS, slewed or frird. at any hour 1
ofthe Jay or evening, go to the Oyster arid Ale |
Saloon In the basement of the GAZETTE Build- \
ing, on the corner of Jutianna Street and I'ubtie
Families and and Parties supplied with the
largest, freshest and best oysters brought to Bed- j
for i, at all times. Give me a call
dccifiuil. . B. EDSALL
OFDFORD (OI MY. S8: At an
J[!) Orphans' Court held in Bedford, on the 15th
—■— day of November, A. D , 1869, before the j
( SEAL f Judges of the said Court, on motion of j
—John P. Reed, Esq.. the Court grant a
rule on the heirs aud legal representatives of
Christian Aibrigh!, deceased, to wit :
Maria, intermarried with August Stuer; Re
becca intermarried with Barman Lcploy, residing j
in Knox county, Ohio ; Hannah intermarried with
Samuel Burket ; Henry, residing in Clay county,
Indiana; Christiana C. Delilah, inteimarried
with Samuel Carpenter: Jacob 1. and Samuel,
all residing in Bedford county, but those above
named residing in Ohio and Indiana, to be and
appear at.au Orphans Court to be held at Bedford
on the 14th day of February. ne.\l. to acceptor re
fuse to Luke the real estate of said dee d, at the
valuation which has been valued and appraised,
in pursuance of a writ of partition or valuation
issued out of our said Court, and to the Sheriff of
said county directed, or show cause why the same !
should not be sold.
In testimony whereof, I havo hereunto set my
hand and the seal of said court, at Bedford, the I
26ib day of November, A. D., 1809
Attest 0. E. SHANNON, Clerk.
pEDFOItD COUNTY, SS:-At an |
Jf) Orphans' Court, held at Bedford, in and for I
the county of Bedford, on the 51 th day of i
t SEAL )November, A. D., 1869, before theJudg- '
—v— es of the said Court : On motion of G. |
11. Spang, Esq., the Court grant a Kulo on the j
heirs and legal representatives of Jacob Miller, '
dee'd, to wit:
Washington Miller; Jacob Miller, residing in
Cumberland Valley tp; George Rice, husband j
of Sarah, a daughter and Emma and Steven Rice,
minor children of said Sarah, residing in Alle- j
gheny county, Maryland ; Ruth intennained with '
Samuel Hemirickson, residing in Cumberland
Valley township, Bedford county, aforesaid , John j
Miller residing in same place, to be and appear j
at an Orphans' Court to be hold at Bedford, on
: the i 4th day of February, next, to accept or refuso j
! to take the real estate of said dec d, at the valu
ation which has been valued and appraised, in
pursuance of a writ of partition or valuatiou
; issued out of said court and to the said Sheriff of
I said county directed, or show cause why the same
I should not be so'd.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
j hand and the seal of said Court, at Bedford, the
; 26th day of November, A. D-. 1869
Attest 0. E. SHAFMON, Cle-k.
IyEDFORD COUNTY. ss ; — xYt- an |
Court, held at Bedford, in and for
- the county of Bedford, on the 15th day of
J SEAL ) November, A. D. 1869, before the Judges
_of the said Court, on motion of J. W.
Lingenfelter. Esquire, the Court grant, a Rule on
the heirs and legal representatives of Thomas
Cook, late of Harrison township dee'd, to wit :
Catharine Cook, widow ; James Cook.a son resid
ing in Johnson county, lowa , Aim Elizabeth
intermained with Jacob Fletcher, residing in
Bedford county, Pa ; Joseph M Cock, residing in
i Bedford county. Pa ; Eykiet, residing in Bedford
i county; Emma, a daughter intermarted with A.
j 8. Burket, residing in Bedford county : and to the
1 issue of William, a son, names and residence un
i known, and to B F. Tucker, husband of Delilah,
a daughter now dee d, and Joseph Calvin. Thom
' as Howard andMsry Catharine Tucker minor chil
dren of said Delilah, residing in Schclisburg, Bed-
J furdoounty, Pa ; and to Cornelia Jane, a minor of
i Mary C. Cook, dee'd, who was a daughter of
j Xhouias Cook, residing in Bedford county, to be
I and appear at an Orphans' Court to be held
| at Bedford, on the 14th day of February,
our next, to accept or refuse to take the
j real estate of said dee'd, at the valuation
j issued out of our said Court, and to the Sheriff
; of said county directed, or show cause why the
i same should not be sold
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
I hand and the seal of said county at Bedford, the
25th day of November, Anna Domino, 1869.
MM KBYSEH, Sheriff. Clerk.
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BEDFORD COUNTY, SS.
The Commonwealth of Penn".
To the Sheriff of Bedford County
WHEREAS. Jacob Dull and John Reininger,
Executors of the last will and Testament of Jacob
Dull, Sr., lato of Napier Towpsbip. dw'd, re
spectfully represent that Jacob Dull, Sr., iato
of Napier Township, dee'd, on the Bth day of No
vember, A. D., 1867, in the county aforesaid,
and sometime prior to his deoease, to wit . on the
8(h day of September, 1861, made his last Will
and Testament, wherein and whereby bo gave,
devised and bequeathed, after the payment of his
debts and specific legacies, inter aha, as follows ;
•'and my son Jacob l)ull to have the farm I now
live on for two years after my death, free of iout,
and after the two years after my death, then the
farm is to be 'praised by fivo good freeholders,
and if my son Jaoob eau make arrangements to
pay for the place, he is to have it at the 'praise
ment, and if my son Jacob do not take the farm,
then my Executors is to sell same to the best ad
vantage and make a deed for the same as I could
do myself if living," and the petitioners further
state that the names and residences of the heirs
and parties interested in said real estate are as
| follows: Widow, Maria Dull
Ist, Maria wife of Henry Corloy, 2d George,
j dee d, leaving four children, to wit : Martin,
John. Elisabeth, wife of Richard Leo, and George,
; ,ird, Jacob Dull, 4th, Elisabeth, wife of Benjamin
j Ilousel, now dee'd, leaving issue, Solomon House!
| residing in Somerset co , Pa ; Martin Ilousel, re
! siding in the state of Iowa; Abram Housel dee'd,
| leaving Justice Huusel, a tpinor, residing in Indi
' ana County, l'enna; Sarah Housel, wife of Peter
Miller, sth, Solomon Dull, residing in Indiana
county, Pa ; 6th, Abel Dull, residing in Indiana
oounty, Pa; all the others residing in Bedford
county. Pa ; and praying the Court to appoint
suitable persons to appraise said real estate. —
Whereupon, on motion of Att'y Kerr, the Court
appoint, William Rock, Sr., Henry Egolf, John
Kemery, B. F. Will ams, and Geo, W T . Williams,
freeholders of the said county, to make said ap
praisement, and do award an inquest to the said
Sheriff for the purpose of having said appraise
ment made, who is hereby direoted, authorised
and empowered to take said freeholders to the
premises aforesaid, and in the presence of all
parties interested or their representatives they
having been severally, warned according to law,
having respect to the ttue valueof said real estate,
appraise the same and make report of their pro
ceeding therein according to law.
By the court —
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and soal of said court at Bedford the 26th
day of November A. D., 186y.
O. E SHANNON, Clerk.
To the Heirs and Legal Representatives o
Jacob Villi Sr., Dee'd By virtue of the above
writ I will proceed to hold said Inquisition, on
the above described premises, on Friday the Hist
day of December, 1668. at 12 o'clock, when and
where you can attend if vou see proper.
dee2*v4 WM. KEYSER, Sheriff.
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/ \RPHANS' COURT SALE OF
* " REAL ESTATE —The undersigned, ad
ministrator of the Estate of Jbn Coriy, Jr. latg
bf.luriiatfl tp., deceased. by virtue of an order of
the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, will sell
the real estate of said deceased, at public outcry,
onthe premises, in said township, on Tuesday,
the 30th day of December. A D., 1889, to wit :
No. I—Mansion1 —Mansion Tract, composed of two tracts
of land, and containing 84 acres 37 perches, pat
ented to Mrs M Straney. the other containing
11 r acres, being part of No. 12, Ok ur 'b lands,
leased to Geo. Kit ter for 911 years—renewable for
ever, subject to the payment of an annual rent of
s7.Bß—about 80 sercscleared, with a fine dwelling
house, barn, and other improvements thereon
erected, adjoining lands of Michael llogan, Jacob
Belts, Alvey Hoy lan, Peter Keighard. Bastian
Wolf and Jas Lcasure watered by the Juniata
No. 2—Part of a tract of land, warranted in the
mure of Jeremiah Hoods, containing 265 acres,
79 perches, about 170 acres cleared and under
cultivation, having a dwelling house, barn, and
other improvements thereon ereeted, and an apple
orchard thereon, adjoining lands of Adam Gelle*,
lands in name of James Daily, Jobu Harvy and
No 3—Composed of four parcels of land,, con
taining 97 acres, 35 perches, about 35 acres under
| cultivation, with a house, stable and small orchard
thereon, adjoining lands of Peter Hillegass, Abra
ham Skelley, Lewis Hashirer, Henry Belti and
others. These lands are all favorably situated,
with conveniences of roads, Schools, Ac. Term*
—One third to remain in the hands of the purchas
ers for use of widow during her lifetime; one
third down at confirmation of Sale, and the bal
ance in two equal aDnual payments thereafter
Sale will be opened at 10 o'clock, A. M , of said
day, on the mansion place, in Juniata tp., when
due attendance and all particulars will be made
FREDERICK HILLEGASS, Adm'r.
T)UBLIC SALE.—By virtue of RJI
| order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford
county, the undersigned Administrator ot and
Trustee for the sale of the lieal Estate of William
Susouse. late of the township of Middle Woodber.-
ry, in the county aforesaid, will offer for sal#,
and sell on Saturday the 18th day of December
next, all the followingdescribed Real Estate, con
sisting ot a tract of land containing 11 acres neat
measure more or less Ihe above land is favor
ably located within one mile of the borough of
Woodberry, on the Woodberry and Pattonsville
Turnpike ; the whole of the land is cleared and
under fence and in a good state of cultivation.
There is, also, an orchard upon the premises of two
acres, planted with choice apple and olhor fruit
trees. This property is alsoconvenient to Church
es, Schools and Mills, and is on the direct line of
the contemplated Morrison's Cove Rail lioad.—
Terms will be made known on day of sale. Sale
to commence at one o'clock, P. M.
ANDREW N. BAKER, Adm'r
and Trustee for the sale of
nov2sw4. Wm. Smouse, Dec'd.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF
REAL ESTATE. —The uudersigned, Ad
mipistratwr of the Estate of Peter Mowry, late of
Napiej totwnaiup, deceased, will sell at public
sale, by virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
of Bedford Copnty, the farm of which said deceas
ed died seticd. on Tuesday the 2th day of De
cember, A. D , 1869. to wit : All that fine farm,
situate in said township, on log Siawnee Cabin
Creek, containing one hundred and eighty-nine
acres, and 87 perches, adjoining lands of John A.
Burns, Charles Colvin, John Dollard and others ;
about '.50 acres cleared and under cultivation,
having thereon erected a dwelling house, barn,
and other improvements. This is a beautiful
traet of land, fine meadows and creek bottoms and
upland, near the village of Schellsburg, conven
ient to churches and scbools*hnd agreeable neigh
Terms : one third in hand at confirmation of
sale, and the balance in two equal annual pay
ments thereafter, without interest. Sale will be
opened at 11 o'clock, A. M. when due attendance
and full particulars will be given by
nov2sw4 JOHN A. MOWRV, Adm'r.
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 Railroad, in Champaign county, State of
IllißoU. 8 miles from the city of Urbana, and one
mile fiom Rentual Station on said Railroad. Two
of the tracts adjoin, and one of (hem has a never
failing pond djf wateruponit The city of Urbana
contains about 4,<150 inhabitants. Champaign
the greatest wheat growipg 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 thecosl veinsof Broad
Top running through it.
ALSO — Three Lots in the. town of Coalmont,
Jan 26, '66-tf F. C. REAMER
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF
REAL ESTATE!—The undersigned. Trus
tee appointed by the Orphan's Court of Bedford
county, to sell the Real Estate of Robert (ilossen,
deceased, will sell at Public Sale, on the premi
ses, On WED NES DAY the 22 nd day of DE
CEMBER, 1870, the one undivided half of a
tract of land, situate in Londonderry township,
in said county, containing 78 acres and 145 per
ches, about 45 acres clear d and under cultiva
tion. with a dwelling house thereon erected, ad
joining lands ot John M. Buchanan, Christian
Albright's heirs, and William Pott's heirs.
Terms —Cash. Sale will be opened at Uo'clock,
M., of said day, whendue attendance will be giv
en by JACOB S. ALBRIGBT,
SHERIFFS SALE.—By virtue of a
writ oiplnriusJi.fa.io me directed there will be
exposed to public sale at the Court Houso, in Bed
ord.on Wednesday, 29th day of llooember, 1869,
at 10 o'clock. A M , the following property, to
wit A tract of land in East Providence tp., con
taining one hundrod and twenty seven acres and
allowance, adjoining lands of D. A. T. Black,
George Mcgraw, Tobias Peterson, and others, a
bout 1"0 aires cleared and under fence, with a
ftwo storied log frame bouse, bank barn and oth
er buildings thereon erected, and more particu
larly described by motes and bounds in deed of
record, recorded in record book A. M., page 82.
Seized and taken In execution as the property of
John M and Hannah S. Van Horn.
Sheriff's office, WM- KEYSER,
Bedford, Dec. 2,1869. Sheriff
rimUSTEES' SALE OF
1 VALUABLE BEAD ESTATE.
The undersigned, Trustees appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Bedford county, will sell, on
the premises, in Juniata township on MONDAY,
DECEMBER 27th. 1869. the tract of land lately
owned and occupied by John Beily, deo'd, con
taining 337 acres. The improvements are two
good log houses and a large new hank barn.- -
This farm will suit well to divide into two farms,
Ahoip ltlQ acres are cleared, 60 of which are
good hottom—well watered, and the land well
timbered. Terms one-third in hand on confir
mation of sale, and the balance in two e<|ual an
nual payments with interest thereon from Ist of
April, 1870, to be secured by judgment bond or
bond and Mortgage. W.M.HALL,
G 11. SPANG,
g m. blymyerT CO
IN T R 01> UC E THIS SEASON
several new paterns
which they will sell—
AT CTTY PRICES, FOR CASU'
Our terms will be rash unless otherwise agreed
upon by the parties, and at most, only a short
credit will be given.
Wo desire all persons having unsettled account
with Geo. Blymyer, Geo Blymyer A Son and B
M. Blymyer A Co., to call and settle on or be
fore the Ist of October, as after that time the
Bookswill be left with H. MCODEMUS for set
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TV ENT A L NOTICE.—NotickTS
I ' hereby given, that the Licenso for the use
otßubbor in dentistry, held by Dr. W. J. MUL
LEN, Schellsburg Pa., is hereby Revoked aud de
clared Null and Void. Persons are hereby cau
tioned against purchasing Rubber Dental Plates
of said W. J. Mullen or of any parties NOT Li
censed by this Company, as by so doing tbey
render themselves equally liable to prosecution
for infringement A REWARP will be paid for in
formation that will lead to the conviction of any
parties of unlawful use of our Patents. Boston,
November 19tb, 1869. JOSIAII BACON,
Treas. Goodyear Dental Vulcanite Co.
4 EDITOR'S NOTICE.—The un
■ dersigned, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Bedford county to report a distribution
of the moneys in the hands of John P Reed. Ad
ministrator with the will annexed of Jaiues Tay
lor, lato of the State of lowa, doe'd, will attend
to the duties of his appointment, at his office in
Bedford, on Wednesday, the 29th day of Decem
ber, A. D-, 1869, at It) o'olock, A. M , of said day,
when aud where all parties interested can attend
if tbey see proper. A KING, Jr., Auditor.