Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, April 6, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated April 6, 1855 Page 3
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t OF RETAILERS of Merchandize of Bedford county for the year 1855. Bedford Borough. Class. I.icens o . , h Cramer & Co. 12 sl2 50 vjnsmn & Ophart, 13 10 00 v Lyons, 10 00 Rapp& OsVr 4i 10 00 U 7 00 Samuel Shnrk 5s Co. " 7 00 n„ia!e& Kelly, Liquors, " 10 00 Robert Fvan, 7 00 .Mrs. Pott's, " 7 00 j,33C Lipp' e i; 7 00 C. Lover, "7 00 Wm. Schafler, " 7 00 v, o nnaborn 5s Co. 44 7 00 janies K. Hallam, 44 7 00 jrji Fisher, '* 7 00 Juhn Arnold, " 7 00 \ndrii Saupp. " 7 00 i)r. Reamer, Liquors, " 10 50 Dr. Harry, Liquors, " 10 50 Eating Houses. John (L Mirtnich, 8 5 00 John J. Luther, S 5 00 y. Detihaugli, 8 5 00 Jacob Bolinger, S 5 00 West Providence. Wm- States & Co., Liquors, 1-4- 10 50 W. McEUheny 5. Co. '* 7 00 Jacob Barndollar 5c Co. 13 10 00 James Barndol lar 13 10 (K) Thomas Rilchey, I T 7 00 Monroe. J. Horton 44 7 00 ]). Fletcher. 44 7 00 Michael Miller, Liquors, 44 10 50 Southampton. M. Cahner. Liquois, 44 10 50 Win. Lashley, 44 10 50 M. Walters, 44 7 00 Colerain. J. M. Van Horn, 44 7 00 j A. James, 44 7 00 Carle & Co. Liquors, " 10 50 Btoad Top. Joseph Fisher, " 7 00 Evans Brother, 44 / Oil Fluck &. iletrirk, 44 7 00; Liberty. Daniel IVrkstresser, 44 7 00 ; Thomas Evans, 44 7 00 Thomas M Titian, Liquors, 44 10 50 1 Pattern & (iessler, 13 10 00 1 Joseph Crisman, 1+ 7 00 j Jacob Sntder, 41 7 00 ■ James Dunn, 44 7 00 1 John Cyphers, 44 7 00 Urn. F'isher, 44 7 00 Schellshurg Borough. J. S. Schell. 44 7 00 : A. B. Bonn, 44 7 00 j Slatler & Son, 44 7 00 : Siiively & Co. 44 7 00 .Miller 5c Conlev, 44 7 00 j Widow Sehell S>n, 44 700 Calvin 5c Robison, 4 - 7 00 Juniata. Turner 5c Kegg, 44 7 00. U'rru Keyser, 44 7 00 Win. Piatt 8c Brother, 44 7 00 1 Joseph Condon, Liquors. 44 10 50 F. Hddebrant, 44 7 00 t Londonderry. Thomas J. Porter, 44 7 00 James Mattinglv, 44 7 00 j East Providence. John Nvcnm, 44 7 00 j Henry Reimund, 44 7 00 1). A. T. Black, 44 7 00 Harrison. V. B. Wertz, 44 7 00 Jacob G. Devore, Jr. Liq. 44 10 50! John Ffcltner, 44 7 00 . Mr. Hickson, 44 7 00 j Hopewell. John Dasher, Liquors, 44 10 50j John King & Brother. 44 7 00! Middle Wood berry. Jacob Brennaman, 13 10 00 G. R. Barndolfar, 13 10 00; J. W. Duncan, 13 10 00' Putt Si Brother, Liq. 1+ 10 50 P. Kagy, Eating House. S 5 00 South Woodberrv. James Piper, IT 7 00 S. R. Oster, 44 7 001 I). B. Buck, 44 7 001 George Kauffman, 44 7 00 Bedford Township. Elward Hoffman, 44 7 00 St. Clair. F. D. Beegle, Liq. 44 10 50 G. D. Amick &. Brother, 44 7 00 Jacob H. Wright, 44 7 00 J. B. Smith, 44 7 00 Wm. Wench, Liquors, 44 10 50 G. D. Trout- 44 7 00 Cumberland Valley. Jacob Anderson, 44 7 00 John May, 44 7 00 TT 5 "" An appeal will he held at the Court House in Bedford on the Bth day of May. SAMUEL HA DEBAUCH, t Appraiser of .Mercantile Tuxes for 1555.! April 6, 1855—4-L f Phytiiciau to I'ttor fiJosiwe. At a meeting of the Directors of the Poor and House of Employment of Bedford county, March G. 1855, the folio wing resolutions were unanimously passed by said Board; Resolved, That we do hereby appoint Dr. F. ' REAMER Physician to the Poor and House i of Employment of Bedford county for one year j from this date. Resolved, That said Dr. F. C. Reamer be arid be ig hereby required to attend all paupers! within six miles of the Borough of Bedford, and i ■that for liis services in attending the Poor House; and Paupers within six miles ot said Borough, e do hereby agree to pay him the sum of one hundred dollars per annum. Resolved, That notice be published in these-; v eral papers of the Borough of Bedford that Dr; | 1 . C. Reamer has been appointed Physian nsa-o foresaid, and that we will pav no bills for servi*] cs rendered by Physicians to Paupers when the services of Physician to the Poor House i Lwuld be obtained. April 6, 1855—(it.; ■ T Surveyors lake Aolice! 7ou are required by act of Assembly in the month of April in each year, to test your com pass by the Meridian Line in the Poor House meadow, and record in a book kept for that pur pose in the Commissioners office the amount of variation. Also to measure your chains bv a -standard measure to be found at the Commis- ! sinners Office. The penalty for surveying without complying with these regulations is $lO for each offence. By order of Commissioners. A, S. RUSSELL, April G, 1855. Clerk. SHERIFFS SALE. BV virtue of sundry writs of Fi, Fa. to me direct ed, there will be sold, at the Court House, in the j Borough of Bedford, on Monday the 30th day of April, 18-V, at 2 o'clock, I*. M., the following Real Estate, viz : One Tract of Land containing 130 acres more or less about i"0 acres cleared and under lenre with a story and a halt log hou.-e and double log bain thereon erected adjoining Lands of Benj. Lvberger James Loans ah-l others; situate in Londonderry township Bedford County and taken in execution as the property ot Jacob Wolford. All ot Defendant's John i'agan his interest in ami to a lot ot ground fronting one hundred and sixty on a fifteen foot alley and extending back about 130 feet v ith a one story frame house and small frame stable thereon erected and aJj online; lands of Alexander l'utt on the DOfth-we.-1 and lot ot Sboslz and Boier on tire south; situate in Stoner>town Liberty township Bed lord County and taken in execution as the property of John Fagan. Also one lot of ground fronting CO feet on .Main street and extending back 173 teet with a new two story frame house and log stable thereon erected ad joining all alley on the east aud lot of Lucy Gillim on j the west; sifuate in the town of Clearviile Monroe township Bedford county Also one other lot of ground containing 4i acres more or less all cleared and under fence adjoining lands ot Philip Grubb Joseph Barkmau and othei ; | situate in Monroe town-hip Bedford County and taken in execution n- the pioperty of Flias Ritz E-q. One lot of Ground in the Town of Pleasantville fronting (10 fret on the Johnston Road ami extending hack about 300 teet to land- of Benjamm Boweti and adjoining lot of Alexander McGregor and others; sit uate in St Clair Township Bedford County and taken in Execution as the property of Jeremiah R Black burn. Cine Tract'of Land containing 109 acres more or ■ less about 40 acres cleared and under fence with a j one and a hall story log bouse double log bam and saw mill thereon erected adjoining lands of Ab-atoni Gailick Joel Clark and other*; situate in East Provi dence township Bedford County and taken HI Execu tion a- the Properly of Henry Hand. One Tract of Land containing 303 acrps more or le-s about <>- acres cleared and under fence with a two story log house tenant house double log barn and good saw Mil! thereon erectedalsoan apple ami peach orchard thereon adjoining lands ol John Allison An drew Allison and otheis; situate in til ion Township i Bedford County and taken in execution as the pro perty of John Slock. Al-o or e tract of land containing 52 acres more or : less alxuit twenty acres cleared and under fence with a story and a half log house log Cooper shop attached and small Double log Barn thereon erected also an apple orchard thereon adjoining lands of Frederick Mench William VVetstoue and others; sit ; uate in Col-rain township Bedford County and ta ken hi execution as the pioperty of Samuel S. fiar -1 rick. Also one tract of land held by improvement con taining 89 acres more or le-s about 30 acres cleared I and under fence with a story and halt log house and i double log Barn theieon erected adjoining lands sup posed to he vacant on the east John Lurrian Wm. Frederick's heirs and Jacob Wertz on the .North and ' Sarah I.mnan on the South and others; situate m Cumberland Valley township Bedford County and taken in execution as the pioperty of Zacheus Lu ; man. • All of Defendant Johnntlian Potts his interest in ; and to a tract o! land containing 2( 0 acres more or | le-> about 59 acres cleared and under fence with a ysforv and halt log home and log barn thereon erect ed adjoining lands of Levin Shi plv William Yo-t and other-: situate in Southampton Township Bedford j county and taken in execution as the property of Johnatban Potts. A Iso one tract of land containing 250 acres more j ; or less about 20 acres cleared and under fence with a i story and half log house and small log bam thereon i erected adjoining lands of Morgan Cessna George . James and others; situate in Colerain township ited- I ford county ami taken in execution as the property of Jacob Moser. ; Al-o ory lot of ground fronting 93 feet on the Ptib- Ilic Road and extending hack 215 feet with a two sto ry log house kitchen and cooper shop attached and frame stable thereon erected adjoining lots of John F. McKmnev John F.bberly srid others ; situate in I South Woodburry township Bedford county and ta j ken in execution as the property of Jacob Stoler. i Also one tract of land containing 200 acres more or less about 40 acres cleared and under fence with a | story log hou-e tenant house and log stable thereon i erected adjoining land- of Teters heirs John I.ayton I and others; situate in Monroe township Bedford coun ty arid taken in execution as the of Samuel ! Earns. I Also one lot of ground, in the town of Woodbury J fronting 66 feet on the Pattonsville and Woodbury j turnpike road and extending back about 196 teet arid I adjoining lots of George R. Barndollar on the west I and alley on the north and others with a two story • Brick hou-e one two story frame house wash house j and frame stable thereon erected ; situate" in Middle Woodirerry township Bedford County and taken in execution a- the pioperty of David Edwards. Also two lots of ground in the Town of Marietta ' fronting on rr. ain street 60 feet each and extending i back 160 feet with a two story log house and log sta ble thereon erected adjoining lands of John Curie and Caselioii Ake; situate in Union township Bedford j county ami taken in execution as the pioperty ot ' Joseph A. Corle. HI GH MORE, Sheriff. j April 6. 1855. i'oicictv. At an Orphans' Court held at Tied j ford, in anil for the County of Bedford, on the !2'h ; of February, A. 11., 1855, I'elore the Judges of the ' said Court— On motion ofO. E. SHANNON", I-'.SQ., the Court giant a rule upon thp b'iis arid legal representatives of John V.". Hammer, la'e ot St. Clair Township, deceased, to wit: Marv, intcrm; rried with John MtddlPton, residing in Cambra County; ihrarn G. Charlotte, Lousia. Rachel. Julian. Gordon and Aman da, all residing in Bedford County, to be and appear at an Orphans' Court to he held at Bedford, in ami for said County, on the filth Monday, 30th day ol ; April inst., to accept or refuse to take the real e-tafe : ol saul John W. Hammer, deceased, at the valuation i which has been valued anil appraised in pursuance ol j a writ ot Partition or valuation, issued out of the i Orphans' Court of Bed find County, and totheSher ' iff of said County, for that purpo-e directed or show i cause why the same should not he sold hv order ot ; the said Court. IN" TESTIMONY whereof! have hereunto set my hand arid the seal of -aid Court, at Bedford, the 30fh day of February. A. I).. 183.1. I). WASHABAUGH. Clerk. April 9, ISdJ. ' LIST OF CAUSES Put down for Trial at April Term (30th day) 1853. ' IVm. Leary "Vj> Matilda Miller e! a| j Jerman Jacobs William Figart : Zachariah Shaffer Grorge Kegnri-e j John Log lie Hezekiah Logue i John G Ilartlej* Joshua Price | Andrew Ge||er John Cook ; Campbell Heiidricksop Jacob Boore Same Same Dr. Wm E Reichter Samuel Winters •j Geo B Wisygarver use George W Wi-egarver 1 Alexander'-Price Josehp Price eta I j Wm Delrtny Jacob Teetpr et al • Alexander Tate George Peck i Jesse Sleek Christian Nawgle Henry B Mock Jacob Andrews • John Furry et al Daniel Bulger et al Pattonsville Woodbury 'J' R Co James I'ntton Same John and Thomas King j Rebecca Brant use David Patterson i , Same William Crisman adm'r I Adam. Smith's heirs Benjamin Lyheger I John Bowser Samuel Whetstone ' Andrew Galbratlh Wm Galhraith's F.xors ; Tobias Hineshng Exor i) W Lehman et al j Wm La-bly Noah Hard sock | John Ruddlesdin ' Win P Schell 1 Samuel Whetstone John Bowser et al i David Whet-tone Jonathan Bowser et al -j Baltzer Shaly Allegheny Seminary i Michael Moses Joseph Ferguson George B Wisegarver John VVisegarver's Exors ; John Xyeum . John A Plowman et al Philip Crisman use Alex McGregor Esqr ; Josiah Smith ct al Henry W Smith ! C N Hickok Levi Agnew T>. WASHABAUGH, Vrotlry. .Protlirtnofary's OfFiCc, J April 6, 185*.- . j* I FIRST ARRIVAL OF . New Spring and Summer Goo^s. Tile undersigned, thankful to their friends r ,'itnl patrons for the kind and very liberal patron -1 usre extended to them heretofore, would respect fully solicit a continuation of the same, and al so inform them that they are now receiving s from the eastern cities, and opening at ;j CHEAP SIDE! A large and handsome assortment of new style SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, Comprising a great variety oi Ladies' DRESS GOODS, 1 ; Of the latest and most fashionable styles, to , getfier with every other article adapted to the > j every day wants of the people, all of which - they are prepared to seii Ij CHEAP FOR CASK and approved produce, or upon a short credit to ! | good and punctual customers. OUR MOTTO, i "Short profits, many sales and quick rejurns," i will still continue ihe ruling feature. . - j Come, then, an,/ see ihe. bargains, am! buy nn-1 I ly when silistied that it's your interest to dost), j We will take pleasure in showing our goods, 1 j whether you w isii to purchase or not. i it#** All kinds of produce taken in exchange; for good.-. REPP & OSTER. | April 6, 1855. REGISTER'S NOTICE. All persons interested either as heirs, credi- J tor s, or otherwise, are hereby notitiekl that the j following named persons have tiled their ac-j counts in Ihe Register's office, and that they • will he presented to the Orphan's Court ot Bed- i ■ ■ ford County, on Friday, the 4-th day of Mav next, at the Court House, for confirmation, at ■ i which time and place they may attend, if they 1 think proper: Tfie account of Adafn P. Fetter, admr. of Da vid Fetter, late of Southampton township, de- ; ! Ceased. The account of Mahlon Smith, admr. of George Dull,- late of Bedford township deceas ! rd - The account of George Carl, admr. of Jacob i Mock, late of St. Clair township, deceased. The account of John Cessna, Use}., admr. of Frederick Steckinan, late of Monroe township, I deceased. j The account of Samuel Beck ley, exnr. of J. VV. Willi-', lute of St. Clair township, deceased. ! The account of Kin ley McGrew , admr. of I : Margaret Hanamori, late of Sf. Clair township, ; j deceased. The account of Jacoti Lingenfelter, admr. of j George Snider, late o: Wist Providence town ship, deceased. The account of John P. Reed, Esq. admr. of j : Samuel G. Weaver, iate of Bedford township, 1 j deceased. The account of David S. Longenaker, admr. of Jacob K'-agy, late of Middle Woodburry I township, deceased. Tim account of John Johnson, admr. of" Abel : Johnson, late of Southampton tfawuShjp, decea>- . | 'd- _ . j The account of Joseph Dui!, Estj. admr. of j Mathias Hollar, late of Harrison township, de- ! i ceased. The account of Barnabas Steckman and Hi ! tnas O'Neal, admr's. of George Steckman, late of Monroe township, deceased The tinai account of Benjamin Lvbnrger.c admr. of Adam Smith, late ot Londonderry township, deceased. The account of Nicholas IVhitpTinp, admr. of; j John Christian Bine, late of Jmiiatta township, i deceased. i). WASH A BATCH, ft painter. ,j April fi, 1855.* LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post ; Office at Bedford, Pa. March 31, 1855. per ! satis caljing for letters in this list will plt-Ds- : l ' say thev are advertised : [ i Bower Jonathan, Beard George, Buzzard Samuel, Brunei- Nathan. Bat ley Ms - ., Coleman . i Ruth A. Miss, Carrel George, ('lark Elizabeth Miss, Craine Eiiza Jane Mi—. Clingman Samuel . Rev.. Cuopei' John, Cook William, Croyle Geo. j Clark John, Cessna Charles, Cart) Hannah,' Cr-iuse Heni v Mrs., Dreman Thomas, Defi -1 haugii Daniel L.. Diehl ('hristian Alts., Dieitl John, Davidson Marv, A- Al. Aliss, Dishong Ht-nrv. Diehl Joel, Davis Elzia Mrs., Edwards Amos, England Josiah, Fi-ner Alary .Mrs., Frost ; I Robert, Fetter George, Ferguson Wm., Fn-et Valentine, F til ford John, Graham Elizabeth. Giigan Thomas, Hart Elizabeth, HotTman Jess-, I Hanv Elizabeth Airs., Hoyt Charles, Ilonestine Sainti A. Aliss, If--rshizer J hn A., fiaikleroad Adam H., Hunt Mary A. Miss, Ickes Mathias, J'rvin Mathew Rev., Inks E. Ickes George, 1 Jackson Alargaret N. Miss, James Maria Miss, Koon Reuben 2, Kimmel Singleton, Knox Jo ' seph, Knox Ataiinda Miss. Kelly Margaret Miss, Lisinger James, Lakin Brice, Lvsinger \\ ir,., , Lind Ann E. Airs. Long Peter, Mower Andrew, 1 Miller Wrr... Milb-r Simon, Metzler Philip 2. Afentzer Harman, Miller Jo-iah, Mooreltead j James, Moot hart Edwin. Norris Philip, Payne j | Fanny Miss, Tliarp & Porter, Reichard Sarah, Rideuhaiigh Marv, Rsa Thomas L., Ritchey ; MichaelS., Stifbeard Frederick, Sill Margaret Miss, Simuier- Arrm, Spidel Miltotu Sill Marv L-,Seltzer F. P., Scott Samuel I)., Shaler Rose i Ann Mrs. Si in II Joseph, Slick Wm., Slick Alar i garet Miss, Slander Henry, Seth Christian, Sad ler Christian F. Snider George \V., Slater Eli zabeth, Sill Geo. Rev., Stnitdmhour Jacob, Slirk Jesse, Snowden Win. Trout G. D. 2. Winnard Philip, Whetstone David, Walters Wm. 8., Wisegarver W. ('•, Welch Wm. Capt. Wolf David, VVareharn Joseph, Weaver Jacob, Vonstein Jane Aliss. A. SACPP, P. AL April 6, 1855. NEW CLOTHING STORE. Isaac Li|>{cS Would respectfully announce to his old friends, and the public at large. 1 hat he has ri pened an entirely new CLOTHING STORE in the Borough of Bedford, in .the room recently , in the occupancy of Solomon Filler, where he • has just received a very superior assortment of j ready-made Clothing lor Men and Boys, to ; which he invites attention, satisfied that he can | please all who give him a call, both as to price jof Dry Goods and Groceries. He invites pur- I chasers to examine his stock. -t | Bedford, April G, 1855. . j ONIONS.—OiI? barrel Seetl Onion-— jul zec'etvii , nad for ;nle by A. B. CRAMER & Co. I Exchange Building. v .las. K. Hallaiii Would announce to his friends and the pub j lie that he has purchased the entire Store oi'the late Jame* M. Gibsfcn, and intends to continue business at the old &tand. He has on hand an assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries. Teas, Se ! £ ars > Jewelry, \c. &.c. together with Confec tionaries of every description. In a short time i he will replenish his stock, so as to make it an i inducement to purchasers to give him a call.— He has on hand a pood supply of FLOUR, and will make every effort to accommodate the peo ple in this line of his business, either wholesale lor retail. lie will also keep Bacon, Fish, | Salt, Molasses, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Brooms. Brushes, Patent medicines, Drugs, Dve-stnils, and eveiv article visually kept in a retail store. PA PER H A'.VGI \G and UPHOLSTER ING will he attended to as usual with prompt ness and despatch— and he would take this oc casion to say that he has* now on hand, and will furnish to order, on the most favorable terms, every description of WALL PAPER and BOR DERING. By unremitting attention to business, and a disposition to pieasK he hopes to merit and re ceive liberal encouragement, J April 6, 1855. \ COURT PROCLAMATION? To the. Coroner, (he Justices of the Peace, end Const abfes in the different 'Townships in the County of Bedford, Creeling. KNOW YE tiiat in pursuance of a precept to me directed, under the hand and seal of the Hon. FRANftS M. KIMJIELL, President ofthe several Courts of Common Pleas in the Sixteenth District, consisting of the counties of Franklin, Bedford and Somerset, and bv virtue of his office of the Court of Over and Terminer and General Jail delivery for the trial of capi tal and other offenders therein and in the Gene ral Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace: and John G. Hartley and Jo<. E. Noble* Esqs. Judges of the same Court, in the same Countv i of Bedford, You and each of you are hereby re quired to he and appear in your proper persons with your Records, Recognizances, Examina tions, and other remembrances before the Judges aforesaid, at Bedford, at a Court of Over and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Gene ral Quarter Sessions of the Peace therein to be j hoiden for the county of Bedford, aforesaid, on the fith Monday of April (being the 30th ; day,) at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of" thai day, there and then to do those things to which vour several offices appertain. GIVEN under my hand at Bedford, on the 6th day of April, in the year of our Lord IS no. HUGH MCORE, Sheriff. April 6, 1855. Sale, OF VILIABLK TIMBER LM I Will he sold, at public Vendue, at th" house of Jacob B. Andeiscnij io Cumberland Valley, Oil TIES DAY, THE fCih PAY (IF APRIL, 1855,: the following described timber land, situate on j the East side of Wills Mountain, Cumbeiiand , Valley, Bedford county, to wit : One tract in the name of John Sample, con taining 397 i acres and allowance, adjoining the Maryland Line, Hubartis Rice, Daniel Houck and others. One other tract in the name of Robert Sample, containing 395 acres 116 perches, and allow ance, adjoining the above, Thomas Elliott, Har dinger and others. One other tract in the name of Joseph Sam ple. containing 397 acres 36 perch* al lowance, adjoining the last above tract,' Daniel Sliger, and others. Or.e other tract in the name nf Joseph Steel, containing 399 acres 116 perches and allow ance, adjoining a tract in the name of SteeJ Sample, now belonging to Grow don, liitc, ccc.. Daniel Hardman and others. Part ol one other tract in the name of James Steel, .-.opposed to contain 86 acres, adjoining 'tie last above tract on the south, D. Hardman on the east, and part of same tract conveyed to \Y. 6. \ ickrov. Part of the same tract supposed to contain 70 acres, adjoining Burkev and others, being the north part of said tract. One other tract in the name of John Cnst!>\ containing 409 acres 68 patches adjoining the last above tract, john Burkey, an*i land in the name ol Adam Ream mid others. Cue other tract in the name of Hugh Gibie, containing 446 acres and allowance, adjoining the last mentioned tract, Henrv Burner and others. One other tract in the name of John Gihle, containing 398 acres ami 99 perches and allow ance, adjoining Henry Bruner, Thomas Hem ming, and others. One other tract in the name of James Gihle, containing 393 acres 39 perches and allowance, adjoining lands of Thomas Hemming and oth ers. One other tract in the name of Owen Aston, containing 906 acres, 56 perches, and allow ance, adjoining Thomas Hemming, William Deremore and George Bortz. One other tract in the name of John Aston, containing 400 acres and allowance, adjoining the last mentioned tract and William Smith. One other tract in the name of John Aston containing 410 acres 1-J3 perches and allow ance, adjoining the last mentioned tract. Tort s | heirs, and others". One other tract in the name of James Watt, containing 400 aciesatul 44 perches and allow ance, adjoining the last above tract, John Tod's heirs, and XV. R-n. One other tract in the name of Wm. Watt, containing 419 acres and 6S perches and allow ance, adjoining the last mentioned 11 act on the east. Being the property of the estate of ABRA HAM KERNS, and S. M. BARCLAY, deceas ed, and will he sold in w hole tracts or may be 'divided in 100 acre lots to suit purchasers. TERMS :—Que third in hand and the re mainder in two equal annual payments. JOB MANN, One ofthe Executors of A. Kerns, deceased, and administrator with the Will annexed of S. M. Barclay deceased. March 30, 1855 FOR RENT, And possession given on the Ist of June, a I TAN YARD in the Borough of Bedford, with all the fixtures complete, anil a Dwelling adja ! cent thereto. Apply to either of the under , signed. Wm. Hartley, Job Mann, John JU Rush, March 30, 1855. For the Heirs. \ NOTICE. The undersigned, appointed by the Orphans' j Court of Bedford County, to examine tin- ex ceptions filed to the account of Edwin A. Yick ; rov, one of the Executors ofthe last will, £cc., l of Thomas Vic kroy, deceased, and to report; them, will attend to the duties of said apjxbnt- j ment on Tuesday, the 17th day of April next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at his otiice in Bedford, j | when and where all persons interested can at tend if thev see proper. JNO P. REED, Auditor. March 30, 1855. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Letters of Admi- j j ni>l ration have been granted to the subscriber I on the estate of James M. Gibson, late ofthe i . 7 ■ Borough of Bedfoid, deceased. All persons iu j dehted to said estate are requested to make ini ! mediate payment, and those having claims w.ijl j j present them properly authenticated for settle- j ment. SAMUEL 11. TATE, March 30, 1855. Adm'r. NOTICE ! 'j The undersigned appointed hv the Orphans' j Court of Bedford County to report upon the exceptions filed to the account of' George W. i Yickroy, one of the executors of the la,-t will, ! &.c, of Thomas Vickroy, deceased, w ill .attend j to the duties of said appointment, at Ins office in j the Borough of Bedford, on Tuesday the 17th ' day ol" April next, at JO o'clock, A. M., wb*-n ami where-all persons may attend if they see proper. ' JNO. P. REED, . lufhior. \ March 39, US.". j ftolfce of inquistiiioaa* Whereas ABRAHAM >PARKS, late of west Providence Township, Bedford county, deceas . -d, died seized of the following Real Estate, viz: 'The Mansion Place, containing three hun- j dred acres, more or less, situate in said town- 1 j ship, adjoining lands of Mathew M. Peeblesand others, and lying on both sides ofthe Chambers ; burg and Bedford turnpike road. Also another Tract of Land containing one ' hundred and seventy eight acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Mathew M. Peebles, Isaac . | Meixell, Daniel Sparks, and others, situate in said township. Also, one ether Tract, containing one hun dred and filtv throe acres, adjoining lands of; Henry Rich, v, John Reiiy, John Smith and . other.-, situate in saiii township, j Also, one other Tract, purchased frbm Sarnl. i •'I. Tate's administrators, containing two i.un \ dred ann eleven acres more or less, adjoining , Nancy Biaci., John Nvcuir. w Jas. Reiley, and others, ami situate in East Providence Town ship. , Also, one other Tract adjoining lands of John i Nycum, Isaac Diehl, and others, contain : ng for ty seven acres, more or less, situat** in East Providence township. ; Also one other Tract, adjoining Bernard j Means and others, containing seventy-five acres ; more $r less, and situate in Monroe township. • Atsjk one other Tract, adjoining the Mansion j Tract/ Uriah Hughes and others-, and contain ing -forty-four acres, mote or less, and situate in West Providence Township. Also, one other Tract containing four acres ; more or less, adjoining James Moses' heirs, Balt zer Morgan's heirs, and others, and situate in West Providence Township. - A Do, one other Tract in West Providence Township, containing two hundred and twenty four acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of , George Sinonse, Frederick Mench, Weichfoos, Solomon Hollar, and otheis. Also a Lot of ground in Bloody Run \o. 10. Also,one other Lot in the said town of Bioo dy Run No. 11. Leaving the following named heirs and legal representatives, to wit : Sarah Sparks, a sister, residing in Bedford county, Hannah, a sister, intermarried with So lomon Hollar, residing in Bedford county, Jo seph Sparks, a brother, residing in Bureau Co. Illinois. Mary, a sister, the widow of Bolfzer , Morgarf, deceased, residing i:i Bedford county, Deiilah, a sister, intermarried with Uriah . Hughes, residing in Bedford county, Rachel, a ; sister, intermarried with .\loses Bernard, resid ing in Athens countv, Ohio, Solomon, (peti tioner) a brother, residing in Bedford county; and the issue of John, a deceased brother, viz: Sarah Sparks, residing in Rnck Island countv, Illinois, and Rachel Sparks, Uriah H. Sparks. Delilah Sparks, William Sparks, Jonas Sparks, and John Spark--, all residing in Bedford coun ty, and all being minors, all of whom, except Sarah, have for their guardian William States. j NOTICE is therefore hereby given that, in ' pursuance of a Writ of Partition or Valuation ; to me directed, I will proceed to hold an In quisition or valuation on the premises, on j Thursday, the 19th day of April next, when and j where all interested may attend if they see pro- HUGII MOORE. Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Bedford, / March 23, 1855. I ; POT POX Elt EXT! Ph{ic Balc ol* Valuable ISeal EsdntG By virtue of an Order ofthe Orphan's Court of Bedford countv, the undersigned will expose : to public sale, on the premises, on Saturday, the ; 1 17th dav of March next, tire following describ- j ' ed 'Tract of 1 18 acres of land, situate in Liberty Township, adjoining lands of David StoK*r and . others. Thi® land is limestone of a good quality, lies on*- and a half miles from Stonerstown, and j ; within about one mileof the Broadtop Railroad, i Has erected on it a two story log-house and : kitchen; a good bank barn, blacksmith shop, ■ spring-house, and other buildings. Also, a fine apple orchard thereon, with a variety of other i fiuit trees. There is also a never-tailing spring iof good water on the premises. Terms, which are easy, will be made known on the day of ' sale. DAVID STCLER, Adm'r ofthe estate of John Stuler, deceased. J Feb. 16, 1855. [j-3The above property not having been dis posed ol on the day specified, the sale is ' i postponed until TIESDAY the IHh day Of APRIL next, when it w ill he offered as above, i March 23, 1855. | FORWARDING AM) COMMISSION WAREHOUSE Ciiambersburg, Peimsjlvania. THK üb-riberi are prepared at a)' times to carry Produce of every description and Merchandize to and i Irom Philadelphia and Baltimore, on the most rea- I n-nable term*. The highest price paid at all times for atl kinds of country Produce. Depots, Bf'ZBY #c CO. 365 Market ! street, Philadelphia.—JOHN BIGHAN, Baltimore, Xo. 131 H street. C: W. KYSTER & CO. TVb. 9, 1 S3<3— (IT. * JOs£pi W. TATE, ATTORNEY AT UW And Real Estate Broker, Bedford, Pa. Will attend to all business entrusted to his care. He will give especial attention toSol j diers' Pensions, Claims, arid Bounty Land. He lias two or three Farms and i,OO(J acres of unimproved lane) for sate. He has been appointed agent to prosecute . the Robert Morris claims, la lands, in Bedford, ' Blair, Cnniberlatid, Huntingdon, Adams, Perry, Juniata, I rankiin, and Fulton counties. Persons holding the Robert Morris lands by purchase, improvement,or warrant, may com plete their titles bv calling soon. Suits will be instituted against all trespassers not regarding this notice. LP'Ctiice on Julianha street. Jan. 20, 1855. A WORD TO SOLDIERS ! Republics are n<> longer ungrateful! Your con is try has done you full and amplejustice ! All persons entitled to (lie benefits of the "Bounty Land Bill, are hereby notified that the subscriber will attend to their claims. Soldiers who served lourteen days, their widows and mi nor children, are entitled to 160 acres of land under the present lav. .] /""Office on Juiianna .-tre. t. JOSEPH W. TATE. March IG, 1855. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the estate of Jacob !3ittle, late of South Woodberry Township, Bedford county, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment: and those having claims a gaifist said estate will present thein properly authenticated for settlement. JACOB S. BRUMBAUGH, March 23. IS.";:"). Administrator. NOTICE. Notice i< hereby given that Letter? Testame ntary have been granted to the undersigned, Ex ecutors of the Last Will and Testament of Henry Kouns, iate of Bedford deceased*(bfit all persons having claims on said Estate are re quested to present them for settlement, and those indebted thereto are hereby required to make immediate payment. HENRY KOONS, DAVID fcCONS, PETER VVINEGARNER, Executors of Henry Kuons, deceased. March 2, 1855. i'or Ihe People 2 NEW GOODS AT CHEAP CORNER, NO. I. Fellow-Citizens : We take this opportunity of returning you our most sincere thanks for the liberal patronage you have so kindly bestowed on us. We would also inform you that we have just returned Irom the Eastern Cities, with a large and well selected assortment ol Goods, t such as Cloths, Casstmeres, and Satinets: Peter Shams, for over coats, Jeans, Ladies* fine dress j goods, such as Silks, Alpacas, Cobnrg Clpths, ' Bombazines, Merinoes, and a large assortment : of Bav State Shawls, Hosiery, for Ladies, Corh -1 forts, Crape*, Collars, 3cc., <X.c.—Mens/ VYo— mens,' Buys* and Childrens* Shoes and Boots, and a general assortment ot Groceries. Crush ed and pulverized Sugars, best Rio of all kinds, N. O. Molasses, Golden Syrup, Mackerel, Salt by the sack, Baker's Chofolale, IkoiTia Cocoa, and a general assortment of Goods usually kepi in a country Store. All kinds of Produce taken in exchnnge for goods at market prices. SANSOM X. GEPHART. Oct. 13, 1854. KEAUV'S KH YDKY! The subscribers respectliillv beg leave to in form the people of Middle W orxlherry Town ship, and the country at large, that they are now prepared, at their establishment, one mile south of Woodberry, Bedford County, to furnish four horse Threshing Machines, Pierponts' Patent Shaker, Cider Mills, Ploughs of every descrip tion, Keagv's Cooking Stoves, twndiflerent pat terns, arid two different patterns ot Coal Stoves— Plough Castings, Wagon Boxes of all sizes, and cast Dinner Bells of three different sizes—also. Mill Castings of every variety. We are also j prepared to fit up Machinery in the best ami most durable style, and will give prompt atten- I tion to all orders in this line. The public are respectfully invited to give us a call, as we feel satisfied that both our work and terms will please all who do so. J. M. SNOW DEN, WM. B. BLAKE, Proprietors. Oct. 27, 1854-. ! SSO REWARD. Was stolen from the stable of the subscriber in Cumberland Valley Township on the night j of the Bth inst. a dark hay Horse with two white ' feet, small slar in the forehead, (rather long,) | one eye resembling a glass-eye, having inure white than the other; by close examination a ; litile white will be found on the under lip: his ! teet are large: he is a regular trotter. He is full 16 hands high, five years old this spring, and carries up well when rode. The abone reward will be paid for the horse . and thief, or thirty dollars for the horse alone. I Address the subscriber at Bedford. Pa. NICHOLAS BOOK. Feb. 23, 1855. JOB MANN. G. H. SPANG. LAW PARTNERSHIP THE undersigned have associated themselves in the ! Practice of the Law, and v. ill attend promptly to all business entrusted to their care in Bedford and ad joining counties, CC7"Office on Johanna Street, three doors south of "Meiigel House,'' opposite the residence of Maj. Tate. JOB MANN, June 2, 1334. G. H. SPANG. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA., P>R\SON & SKIRLS. Sept. 1, 185*.

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