Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, May 11, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated May 11, 1855 Page 3
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The Mormons. Bcioham Yorxo delivered a characterisitc ad jlresi at the Tabernacle, Great Salt Lake City, in February. We extract the closing paragraph : ' The newspapers are teeming with statements .v, i said 'President Pierce and all heli cou'd lot remove me from office.' I wit! tell ym, what 1 did sav, and what I row say-the Lord ';"ns and rules in the armies erf the Heawns, n i does his pleasure among the inhabitants of *" e earth. He sets up a kingdom here, and , .]!s down another there, at IPs pleasure. He J; 4 j'|. s j a 'he midst of the people, and they know ;r riot. He makes kings, presidents and govern or at His pleasure; hence I conclude that I 'j ail be governor of Utah territory just as long /„ He wants me to be ; and for that time, neither President of the United Sidles, nor any oih- H - power can prevent it. Then, brethren and ' t. r he not worried about mv being dismissed honi office: for when the President appoints ■t' other man to be Governor of Ulan territory, yon may acknowledge that the Lord has done a for "we should acknowledge His hand i:i all things." POWDUR KiILL EXPLOSI3N. 0 n Wednesday morning last, about eight o'- clock, the chimney of the drv house attached to j extensive powder mills of Stoneliack <B. Det wriler. in Haycock township, tuck tire, and fumed out furiously at the top. Only two or tinee persons were in the mill at the tune ; they heard the roar of the fire, and rati out of the building, intending to procure buckets, and as rend to the roof with water to prevent the M.ogles from taking tire. After a moments re action, they thought the undertaking a hazard . ..i one, and very prudently abandoned it.— They made their escape as f.;St as possible. Jo a i. w moments the roof'was on tire in sever al places, and it is said to have been about three unites before a spark fell through the singles; i::< 0 the main fart of the building, where there was about fiinr tons of powder, u hich < f course was instantly ignited, and (he whole mill was blown sky high, a part ol which has not since bu' O sf*n. The exclusion was terrible, and shook 'be i country for miles mound. It v. as distinctly heart., the jar felt, and a child of smoke r.b erv.'il. at Piurrst'adville, Pi ice's Tavern ami IDoylestown. .Mr. ' bales I? wdejibush, a for me, li'llavcock, was plowing in his field at the mite of the explosion. He informs us that th<> , ifect on him was of a stunning nature, and th" .arth !r<*inbl-u under his feet. The n: -st t >r tunate circumstance connected with the terrible ; catastrophe is that no one was killed. John: 5* ■••.hick. Sen., saved himself bv getting I •- !:in i a large trc less than a hundred yards it on: ' lis ■ fatal spot. One ,ir two other persons, who were about the mill at the time, made their tcampers give 'm long pull, a strong pul , and a pull altogeth er," and succeeded in making tlieir escape from the interna! machine. The powder mill belonged !■> .1 an T. Stone' ick an-l Samuel Detweiier, and is near the oil mill of John Stone! a; :.. Sen. They aie ail situated on the Tohiroo Ur ok, am! Nt the ru<! leading from h ivl-htown to Ruh hniifnwn. The loss is variously estimated hv different nersons. The lowest estimate we have jrd I. s'uiO, and the highest tjoOJO.— ti tocn, Pn. Democrat, Jhn ii ilk. A crzuots < ast:. The London Times of the iStli of April, the I .!lowing reference to a enriouscase in which a ladv of high social position and great wealth in London, had been tried I>r Ciefr. 'i he jury hv whom the case was tried were unable to agree tin-.n a verdict : We were prevented last nig!;!, by press ol ; matter, fivm offering any comment upon ti;<- j case of Mrs. Ramsbr.tham. The report of the proceedings appear in our impression of vester- ( dii'. Upon the facts of tli<- case it would be j n- . dbss for us to offer any comment, so painful aa ' have they obtained. Suffice it to mi v, that it appears to have-been proved clearly j i: it this lady did actually abstract Iron, iheshof ufa draper named Afoul.-', in Raker .street, cer- j tain small articles—apairof sleeves and four ; j ck-t handkerchiefs. The only question was. •\'3> she at the time of the commission of the a< t : 11 her riglit mind Se j had stolen, or rather I viro supposed to have stolen, the sleeves, and j when she presented herself again, measures j Mere taken to have h<-r can fully watched. Ol j i :rse, when the quest ion of motive came to be j cmsidered, the rase absolutely broke dow n.—j .M tive there could be none in Mrs. Kam shot h ;uii's cos-. She might, had she so pleased, have i hid all ti.e sleeves and handkerchiefs in Air. j kfuiU's siinp, and her husband would have paid j t'ie ill without much mnrniur. The fact is, 'it in continenting upon this <;<<•• we find our- j sHves in a certain difficulty. The .medical rea- . s as alleged by .Mr. Baliantine in his defence; t'.e prisoner, were in all probability Jounded : ' pin truth, but they are not of a character to j ar much discussion. She had arrived at a | time of life when the whole nervous system ot j Mu-i an is altered, and, when the change is a ' mid one, thev are scarcely, if at all respon sible for Iheir actions. There are among them ]er-ms who, "during that change, ate in con •daiit n. rvous excitement under continual bai ler mat ions—resulting from a morbid affection ' 1 the t rain, superinduced by the change alluded ' ■ Surii was Mr. BaUaritine's defence, and it appears to be founded on reasonable grounds. IxTcr.rsTivG SctsciCAL OPERATION'.— A sur gical operation was performed at three o'clock yesterday afternoon, upon the person of a young '■Hv about nineteen years of age, residing on I ' ohm ay street: of a hiost difficult and danger- ; '"is nature, and such ns is but verv seldom re- ; ' "t| to by the profession. Tlie operation was Performed by Dr. Washington L. At lee, of •Mii'adelphia, who came to tins citv* for that Purpose, and consisted of the removal of an in "•"nal abilon-.inal tumor which on being placer! j n the scale was found to weigh forty-one jwnit!*. It was what is called a multilomlar ; • u~r, being composed of an adhearir.g mass of • v i"'J tumors, among which were five large ones, each of which, on being opened, w as found to contain a different-colored liquid varying from straw color to blood red. 1 he operationoccupied about fifteen minutes, '! the patient last evening was considered to j • doing v.-rv well, with a reasonable pro'-3- ' nty of ultimate recovery. There are hut verv 1 -v professional gentlemen in our citvNvho cr>a- S ' ; *T it expedient to have such an operation performed, the chances being looked upon as at • st of so doubtful a nature as hardly to warrant ' • Ihe same gentleman performed an opera '•'o sometime since upon a lady of our citv, Ni hi has now entirely recovered. That of ves tertiay was witnessed hv Drs. T. M. Drizzle B. Jack>in. of Philadelphia, and Drs. Hitifze,Uhatard, O'Donnell, Morris, Cockrel! i and Will'ms, ot this city.— RoHimnre dipper 2bth uf/. TEE MARKETS. Fu::r... —Shipping hrflnds of Flour a:' freely ofjrred at $lO bU per barrel, hut ifiere is no in quiry for ' xport, and the only transactions ma king are small lots for home consumption, and . select brands and extra at $lO 50 all. In Rye i Flour and Corn Meal nothing doing. Cbaix. —ln Wheat there is more doing and fbere is more coming in. Sales 3000 bushels j prime Pennsylvania white at $"2 GO per bushel, | afloat, 1700 bushels prime red at $2 53, and TOO bushels fair Mai viand red at $2 T5. Small ; ; sales of Rye at $1 40 per bushel. Corn is in | good demand arid 5000 bushels yellow sold at §1 07, afloat, which is an advance nf 1 cent.— Oats are in fair request, and 400 husk. Pennsv I vania sold at G5 cents per bushel. •30*8-:5*12 W. TATE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, RE.-1L ESTJITE BROKER, BOUNTY LAND. AND CLAIM AGENT, j j Has for sale FO* R FARMS and 10,000 acres' jof unimproved Land. "ff" Liberal advance!, i math', and Land Warrants bought and sold. ' "Office in Juiiann'a street. Bedford, May 1 I, ]855 Sin. ASSESSMENT. Notice is hereby given that an assessment of FOUR PUR CEN T, has been laid on the pre •' mium notes of the Cumberland Valley Mutual Piotectiuti Company, which were in force on | the 1 sth dav of March h'.vt. The memhers of said Company are h-refy required to pay their pro rata t > trie anihonzn! Collectors or Treasur er of the Company witfiin thirty da vs. in accoi <•' with the By-Laws ami Charter ot said : Cohipativ. By order of the Board. JOHN T. GRFF.X, Secr'y. May 11, 1555. i'Ußiiiu SAjj-ji THE Subscriber will ofier at pulißc sale, or . SATURDAY, May 19th, at the "Manse," tfte remainder of his household and kitchen Furni ture— comprising one of the best article*—such as Stoves, Bedsteads and Bedding, Bureaus, Ta bles. Desks, ike., ike. t-o!e t i commence at If) o'clock A. M. when attendance will be given, and terms made kn ovn [by *T. K. DAVIS. Mav 11. is.'o. N< TlCF:—Noiice i- .<v given that 1. !- ter* ol administration have been granted to the subscriber on the Estate of Jacob Dn'.l, bite ol East Providence township, Bedfoid county, de (ea- d—all persons haring claims will present tie-in jirop-rl v authentrrcted for settb'rnent,arid those indebted w ill make immediate pvsvment. SAMUEL H. TATE, iit is! r'tior. May 11. 1855. \GT iCE : —'i'ile uudeisiglied expecting to i.e absent m tie W<st lor some lengiii of tune, w odd sav that bis business will he- lejt in the bunds i f Jacob S. S; hell, where ai! interested will call and attend to timm own and mv inter- j est. JOHN H. SCiIELL. ScheiisVurg,May 11, lr>ss. (ftf /vc lute Finn nf /Wig cS* Oloorhtad.) 'icnt:n*! ilt cin' ant, DIALER IN FiG METAL, BLOC-VIG, Wfß fin PlfitiiK i'. C. •. Nc. No. 7ii, Water Street, t.ei uv Market, Itttr'nrc :>? ihwiJ J ni O 5 ' Th" undersigned will cor.Tnim the ''ornmi— >ion Business at the above place; and having j ■ provided himself with sniio l !e conveniences for the storage of Pig Metal, Blooms, Produce, ike. is now prepared to receive consignments. Bv ! uig experience in the business, and bv constant attention, he hopes to merit a generous : share oftrnde, which lie respectfully solicits. HENRY S. KING. April 27, 1855. PUBLIC SALE or A VALUABLE FARM. j The undersigned will expose to sale on Tims- :• | dav, tlie 15th dav of MAY next, on the premi ses, the very desirable FARM on which Uhris : tian Stonilei lajelv reside !, situate in Napier ' • Tow nship, ab-mt lour inil-s west < i P •dfi'ril. a:l --; joining the Turnpike jnd hands of A.J. Suive ■ Iv, E-ij., and George Siuckov, ion'aining two : hundred and fiftv two acres, more or less, a- I bout 120 aen s cleared and undci fence. Land I patented. j This property is remarkably well timbered, j and well supplied with water, and every way . adapted to agricultural purposes. In order to suit purchasers, the prnpr rty will be divided and sold in parts or altogether, as j inav be most desirable. ■ ---"Tern.s accommodating, and will be trade : known on day ol sale. Due attend;i.nee will be given bv DAVID PATTERSON, I JOHN P. REED, JOHN MOWER, Asiignpfs. April 27, IS:>5. NOTICE. All persons iruletrfed to tlie estate of Solomon i Rice, late of Sunthauitdon Township, Bedford i county, deceased, are requested to make imme diate j v men t, nod those having claims against: said estate will present them properly authenti-j cated for settlement. P. DONA HOE. A pi i! 6, 1855. Adui'r. | LOB MANN. G. H. SPANG. LAW PARTNERSHIP. THV lirniersigrrert have asset-iate<! ihemselves in the Practice of the Law. and will attend promptly to ai! business entrusted to their care in Bedford and ad- , jouetig counties. 03^Office on .fulianna Street, three doors south of "Mengel House,"opposite the residence of Maj. Tate. JOB MANX. June 2, 1854. O. 11. SPANG. FOR RENT, And possession given on the Is* of June, a I TAN YARD in the Borough of Bedford, with all the fixtures complete, and a Dwelling ad;a- j i cent thereto. Apply to either of the under-j ' signed. Wm. Hartley, Job Mann, John H. Rush, March 30, 1555. For the Heirs, i CT7~A> A SPLT!NCI and SUMMER MEDICINE, farter's Spanish Mixture staiuls pre-eminent above all others, ft* singularly effiroeioiij action on the blood ; its strengthening and vivifying qualities ; its tonic action <>n the Liver ; its tendency to drive all humors to the surface; thereby cleansing the system according to Nature's own prescription ; its harmless, arid at the same time extraordinary good effects, aud the number of cures testified to by many of the ii'o-t repectubie citizens of Richmond, Va., and elsewhere, must be conclusive evidence that there is no humbug about it. The i rial of a single bottle w ill satisfy the mort skeptical of its benefits. ',' See advertisement in another column. W fax, nervous, depressed in spirits, and a prey to innumerable mental as well us physical evils, the victim to dyspepsia is indeed an object of commiser !at ion. \eti; is absurd for him to despair. We care not how low, week, nervous arid irritable he may be, the cordial properties of HooiHand's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. ('. .M. Jackson, Philadelphia, are | stronger than the many headed monster which is preying tqxin tiis boily and las mmd ; an<l if hechooses to try them, we will insure a speedy cure. See ad vert i-einei.r. Coimtuxu i\ Ciirucu.—Tin' Greensburg Intelli gencer of May 2fi, IS*3. pays the following cotrtpli- : toent to Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Congh Syrup, a new ' remedy that is greatly in vogue now tor the cure of ; Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and incipient Pulmonary i i diseases: ! I'.inn thr O i rrnsht r ItileJlidn/rrr, UTay 20, ISoj. -j Tiir wi: Arum, for a wefk past, has been quite I cool, and. to u-, very unpleasant. Besides being j root, and unpleasant m that way, it is exceedingly {changeable. On Wednesday, ihe IStli, The tfiei tnoniefer stood between SO aud f'O in the shade, most of the day. 'l'fie next dav, overcoats anil tires were iferessu! y to corujort : and on Friday moiiiing, there 1 was quite a hard Irost in tins vicinity, though noth ing was -eriotisly injured thereby. A* a eonsequetice ol sudden vbauges, many people are alilie'ed ' wnh had colds and rough -. We observed a lady in I church the other evening, so much annoyed with a hard cough, that we r-al!v fell ahirrned lor her safe- i tv ; so much so. that it was with ome effort that we could reliant trom •'talking' out in ir eeting," and recommending ber forthwith to procure a bottle of Keyset's Pectoral Syrup, to give her immediate re bel. For sale by Rupp K Oster of this place, and Colvin is. Robeson NchelLburg. ve.-s.-Q " iS hail 11 2 3 . VVoubl atituinnct* In his fiinnißand the pn!)- ' lie that ii" lus purchased the entire Store of the Into Jin is M. Gitsun, arid .nteufls In continue j biistm>.< at the old stand. H- ha*m i and an assort no-tit i-.t Dry Geo; s, Groceries, 'i * as*. Se •rurs. J-w eii v, Nc. Ac. ti><retl>er w itb Ckmlec ti-?n; ii-s • feverv descriptinn. In a sluut time he w ill replenish 1 is stock, so as to make it at: inducement to purchaser* to srive him a csli.— He has on hand a goo.-} .-..pniv <1 R. ami will make eve.-v efibrt to acconiitiodate the pei>- pte in this line of his tuisi erf to r wholesale or retail. He will also keep, Fish, '•;!(. M lasses, Hivots. S;ues, Hats, Jlrootii;. Brushes, Fab-tit cu'cicines, Drugs-, Dve-s:ufis, ami eveiv article e.suallv kept in a retail store. S PARER HANGING and UFH( LSTER ING will bo attended t > as usual with prompt ness and despatch —and be would take this oc casion to say that he has ; >yv on hand, ami will Itirnish to 01 ier, on the enfavmablo term . ee, TV description of WALL PAPER and BOR DER ING. ' Bv unreiTii;:bi£ al'eti'i -n t > business, and a dispii-il sin to please, he he yes to na-rit and r>-- Ceive liberal. UII :d. Bediirrd, April fi, 1855. f r><w PIECES V. ALL PAPER, "torn l2i rents to S! -J5 per - ice* , jtfst'ivcviv ed ami I' at the varii v Store ot JAMES K. HALLAM. Bedl rd, Are il NT, 1K5.. Qpe four-horse Rrdatl-w heej vajhn and w a o Bed, thre- two-; ; !mv double trees and -ingle trees, one : a:-;e w Ire-e £ ■>d |-d;.w ; ieaili-r, ciieap: one tvco-lc rs-e market u aj'ii with 1 springs and covered bed, cue I'vdrolie Ram to ; force water Irrcti creeks ~rm springs on i.o'ls, one iiiur-hors" ; nvt-r and thresf.-iai macl-itu' and shaker, one Iron seed-roih-r, and s.-wl-drill, all will be sold low by CHARLES CCLFELT. | May !•, 1555. UOrICZ. 1 ALL persons indeht.-ci to the estate of John ' Blair. Sr., late of Cumber laud Vallcv Township, • Bedford (' mntv, -!-ceased, are reqnr-ted to make irnu-.i'diate pavment—and those having claims against said estate w ill present them properly authenticated tor settlement. JOHN BLAIR, Administrator. May 4, 1K55-' MZKCERSEURG j Stone II nJ Earthen-,rurv. to be had at WM. vN J. ('. KISER'S. Bedford, ]a. Mav 4, 1855. 4 S*hy!Kic§nia (o Pooi* ESGtE^t*. At a meetinc of th.e Direc tors of the Poor j and llous- of Employment of Bedford county, March (>. 1855, the lb Mowing resolutions were i unanimously passed bv said Board: R< solved, That we do hereby appoint Dr. F. i C. REAMER Physician to the Poor and House efEmf/loyment of Bedford county f>r one year from this date. Resolved, That said Dr. F. C. Reamer be and ; he is- hereby required fo attend all paupers ! witidn six miles oft':*: B-rough of Bedford, and ; that for his services in attending the Poor House ami Paupers within *:\ miles of said Borough, we do hereby agree to pay him the sum of one i j hundred dollars per annum. Resolved, That notice he published in the s<- veial papers of Ihe Borough of Bedford ti'.at Dr. , F. C. R-anierhas been appointed Piiysian as a for-said, and that we will pay no bills for servi ces rendered by Physicians to Paupers when the services of Phv-ieian to the Poor House i could be obtained. April 6, IS5:> (it. NEW CLOTHING STORE. istittc Lippe! Would respectfully announce to his old friends, and the public at large, that he has o pefted a;i entirely new CL(>i MING SiORE 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 ready-ma do Clothing lor Men and Boys, to which he invites attention, satisfied that he can phase all who give him a call, hoth as to price and quality. He w ill also k-cp an assortment of Drv Goods and Groceries. He invites pur chasers to examine his stock. Bedford, April b, 1855. •F i § h I Twenlv-five Barrels fine fat Mackeral, just . received and for sale for Cash or produce only j hv A. B. CRAMER & CO. Ei i inn (re Bu it ding. News tor *lie People! ! NEW GOODS AT CHEAP CORNER, NO. I. Fellow-Citizens : We take tbis opportunity of returning you our most sincere tbanks tor the liberal patronage you have so kindly bestowed on us. We would also inform yon that we j have just returned from the Eastern Cities, with a large and well selected assortment of Goods, such as Cloths, C'assirneres, and Satinets ; Peter Shams, tor over coats, Jeans, Ladies' fine dress goods, such as Silks, Alpacas, Cobnrg Cloths, | Bombazines, Merinoes, and a large assortment of Bay State Shawls, Hosiery, for Ladies, Com forts, Crapes, ( dlars, &c., N.c. —Mens,' Wo mens,' Boys' and Children*' Shoes and Boots, and a general assortment of Groceries. Crush ed and pulverized Sugars, best Rio Coffee, Teas , of all kinds, N. G. Molasses. Golden Syrup,! Mackerel, Salt by the sack. Baker's Chocolate, I Broma Cocoa, and a general assortment o! Goods i usually kept in a country Store. Qy All kinds of Produce taken in exchange ; for goods at market prices. SANSOM & GEPHART. Oct. 13, IS.7U Heeve JL I&nigrht, (St/rrrsKor t(t Hartley iV Knight^) BEDDING AND CARPET WAREHOUSE, .\\i. 14-S South Second Street, i rire. door* ,r/.ov* Sprue* Stret, PIIIF. AUP LP JIT A, j Where he keeps constantly on hand a fn't assortment of every articte in his line of business. FI.ATHKRS. , FEATHER-BEDS. Patent Spring Maitre-ses, Curled I Hair, Moss, Corn Husk ami Straw Mattresses. Velvet i Tapestry, Tapestry, Venetian, List, Rag and Hemp Carpeting-, Oil Cloths, ! Canton Mattings, Coeoa am) Spanish Mattings. Floor+ and Stair Druggets. Hearth Rugs, Door Mat-, Table ! and Piano Covers, to which be invites the attention j of purchasers. Oct. 13, 1831.—1y. MM STORE And \eu (Jood*. GREAT BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE I ELI FISHER Would respectfully avail himself of this tr.e-; (hod of informing the citizens of Bedford ami vicinity that <ie has opened an entirely ,Nevv Dr i Goods, (Iroc ry, and Fancy Store, in the Boi nigh uf Bedford, in tie- room for ite tlv occupied hv Dr. Ilmiu:., and .-croud door west of Dr. Harry's Drug add JUofc More, where he has just received from the cities of Nfv itirk iiitil Pliiiadeipfua one of the must :*i gatlt ;..• .rti..e::ts of Goods e v Drought to Ledfoid, widcii, liai ;ng hern pur chased fur cash, under the mot farti l able cir cuit stances, he feels warranted in s a ving that re can sell tke:n at prices so low -t> to astonish the purchaser, and s>!i in wanl <>', g xl Goods, at the sie.iitest pi -sidle ptoiit, tire iiivited to give him a call, f lis st ick embraces every variety of LR. ies Eress Ccc C.:-:, s ich as Silks, Satins, Delaines, B ; azines, Spring Shawls, novelties in Law ns, British Prints, Plaid Ginghams, I ntier*ieeves, from. I V.' f, i i tits up, Hosiery meveiv variety, Stales, Bouts and Slippers, lor Ladies an ! C'iiiiil&m — in fact almost every aiticie adapted foa Lajies warilTrohe, which it vv ..! i require to-Vtimcli space lb enumerate in dt-lail, His s'G'.itt of BONNETS for Ladies. M. and Cbinir#!, is large, rich and CHEAP, Has Gi ceries, Teas, So s, Syrup, Kc. i;c. of t!;e very best quality. will cortsic r ii no trmddr'fh sV-w ! ;s Go ds, nini he l.ofies the ]..-\l)IEs especial ly will cai! and examine his assortment wheth er they put; base or : ,\i- ivs renmn w, ■ ! uv.-yl#. that CLI KISHGR'S :s Mi- place foi BARGAINS! ! ! -April 6, 1855. ♦ * ' C.ARPEI'iNGS— Ingrain, \V.ol, l ig, Lag ami Ltslin r Carpels, and Ma'tings for sale by RU BP & GSTER. * j BOOTS AND SHOES.—M ils', Womens*. Biv Mi ai d ( tiiidrens* B s.ts and Shies, Gaiters and Tie.— in great variety for sib* at CHEAP SIDE. BONNETS. Belgrade, French lace, Hun garian, A mini, Manniila, White. I njilcr ;imt Let land braid Bonnets—(or sale cte-up, at RUPP OSIER'S. FLATS 8c BLOOMERS—Misses' Rnthland i Flats and Bloomers, I rimed and t.ritrinr d, fa sab-at CHEAP SIDE. GROCERIES.—Good Rio Cotfoe at I2i cts. 1 prime do 1 7 cents. Golden Syrup and prime N. O. Molasses for sale bv RUPP U OSIER. SUGARS.—Granulated and Urudied Sugars-. White clarified do lOrts. Nice New Orleans at 7 and S cts. lor sale by it I I'F S- OS I ER. April 13, 18.7.7. FIRST IRRilili OF New Cprinr act! £uc:iucr Goods. Tiie undersigned, thankful to their friends j and patrons far the kind and very liberal patron- j age extended to them heretofore, would respect- j fully solicit a continuation of the .satin , and al so in form them that they are now receiving; from the eastern cities, and opening at CJIEiP SIDE! A large and handsome assortment of new style SPRING AKD SUMMER GOODS, ; Comprising a gn at variety ol Ladies' C.F?f— g# uCQDG, ,• Of the latest and in ;st fas'iiona'i'e styles, to-J j getlier with every other article adapted to tiiej every dav wants of tl'.e people, all of which they are prepared to sell CHEAP FOR CASH and approved produce, or u poo a short credit to 8 good and punctual customers. OUR MOTTO, ••Short profits, manv sales and quick returns,' will still continue the ruling feature. Come, then, and seethe hur<*ains, and buy on ly when satisfied that it's your interest to do so. We will take pleasure in showing our goods, whether yon wish to purchase or not. All kinds of produce taken in exchange ! for oods. RUPP 6c GSTER. April G, 18.7.7. NOTICE ! The subscriber is anxious to close his old ; Books up to April 1, 18.7.7, and hopes ail in terested will give immediate attention to this notice. Tn cases where it is not convenient to make immediate payment, notes will be taken ion reasonable time. GEO. FLY MILE. April 13, 187.7. MM ROODS. The undersigned respectfully announces that they have just opened a large and well as-^rted , supply T SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! In an advertisement we cannot give an idea ; of how cheap we are selling—nor do we d-sire to attract customers by publishingprtcc* o/" /eirf- It'ftg articles. \V* embrace this opportunity of thanking all who have so liberally patronized us during the past five years—and, while soliciting their con tinued favors, assure them a call will convince we are selling gooil Goods as low—if not lower i —than can be purchased elsewhere in Bedford. A. B. CRAMER & CO. Exchange Building. April 27, 18.7.7. PUBLIC SALE | OF VALUABLE Coal and Timber Lands and Iloiei Property. THE subscriber will oiler at Public Sale, at the i Sr. Nicholas Hotel, in Cumberland, ; ON FRIDAY THE I',TH DAY OF JUNE, 1853, | the following valuable property in Allegheny Coun j ty : '1 hat valuable Tract of CO.VL LAND, known a< I'M A MIEN'S DELI !i !l T containing llilj ACHES, moie or less, situate on Moore's Run, in-ar I he (Jeorge's Creel: Rail Road, . and within three mites of its junction with the Fal timorc and Ohio Jlail Road. It is entirely umter la d with the SG V K 5S " I of COAL, fifteen leet in thickne s. Its soil is good I tor agticnilural purpose- ami is now covered with a tine gi ivth ol Oak and other valuable Timber. This' piece ot property is admirably adapted for the basis of j a t'oal Company, eoiad, it not -nperior, to any in the ' State, ai.d can be per in operation at a small expense. ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND CONTAINTNIG 100 .ICSES, MORE ON, KNOWN RS THE •'AISLSaEfiT* or L 'l'UmiS ' S arisi, on Jackioii's Run, near the Ueoree's Creek Itaii Read, undeilaid with the "R I G V E I A"" of COAL, which is easy of access. The soil is of : gooil qualdv, sua' i- now under cultivation. It is '.veil ; -upplicd with buddings and all other improvements J necessary for farming purposes. One tlfecr Tract <if Land Isijgd u ih tij C 5 3S Y , " Contairing 100 acres, situate on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road, at Everl's 'Funnel, under,aut with rilllpj: '• Id■'X: ol C'V.-t FJ, 0 leet, 5 feet, and 1 leet in thickness,accessible at the very ot the lia: 1 : it .d-o <•■>!. a vein of vaiuahie IRON ORE, S tcet in Ii cklif'ss, no.v open. ONE O I'll Ell TRACT OF LAND, CALLED \ F. i y ? s Fa containing 1 Of) ACRES, moie or !e-, covered with at line growth ot White Pine and ottier Timber, from which f.n.mber of excellent quality can be manufac tured. The soil is well adpated for pasturage or farming puipese-. Trie situation is only a short d.s- ! talice si Uiti West of 1 rostburg. ALSO—THE &&ini iaotel* on *ii" corner of FaitiiTe'ie and George Street, Cura beilami, inarlv opposite the projrosed depot >! the! i'itt-iuirg and C uiii'-ilscilie Rail Road, and the new depot of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Re. t. It is new, n: d built in the most substantial maimer, replete Willi every convenience. It contains ample accom modation- for gnu persons. All tire apartments uie large and cmuri o iiou-. well'.t 1a; d ventilated. ON THE PROPERTY L> A LARGE BRICK CARRIAGE HOISE ASi> STABLE, ivh'U SLEEPI.\ G .dP. IRTMFXTS FOR SERI \L\ IS JIT. ICIIED. T!. ; s Hotel i- considered equal to any in the State. The Furniture rot the most costly kind, all new, an.l can he purchased with the property if desired. FEUMB :—Easy, ami will be made known on tin" day ol sale. * Capitalists wishing to secure valuable property an-icspeclfidly invited to give any or ail ot tne a htive pmpcriy .:n eaily e\iuu:iia>nin. OCT" Miotdd any inloi ri ution be required please ad <l ri— the uridersigntil at Potomac Furnace, Loudon Co. Va. JOHN W. GEARY. April 'JO, 1 Sao. 15 v' ;i ko r d Aca d e sst y AMI FEMALE SEMINARY. W. W. GAI;I?2ELLj Principal. This liistitniion, hitherto under the care of Rev. John Lyon, will benceiorth be conducted by tr.e )ire scnt i'r.ncipal. ! lit* past history ol the Academy will, we liu-t, be a sufficient guaranty of its Inline i■lficieiu-v. The branches taught will be the same as : heretofore. To .VASTER cuimm-EES will be consul-.' eied iite most im|*irlaut pursuit nl the pupi.-; ami while it will ire the constant business ol the Ja-tiuc tor to impart knowf-itge, it w ill also be his aim to I lead his pupils to make a practical application of j tlicir acquisitions. To load the mind with irununer- j able formulas, without causing it to use them, would be like placing a bow in a child's hand, without leaching nun how IO bend it. In fine, it shall be our ; object, as it has ever been, to lead the pupil to ! THINK. We look forward confidently to the patronage of j this community, winch has thus Jar been so gener ously extended, and by an undiminished assiduity, ! we hope to merit your support. Terms j>cr quusicr, as usual, to wit: (, •$ 25 HfcttLtt ENGLISH, 7 00 MIDDLE " 4 50 ELEMENTARY " 4 00 Music, S 00 PIANO, 2 00 The Session opened on Monday, !2th inst. Feb. itj, ISoo. H. UICOLEMUS, Sciuciici' aitu Just'uc ct t!;c i-c.uc, DEDFORD, PA. Has removed his ctlice to Juliana street, nearly opposite the Drtig and Book store ot Dr. F. C. Leatiier, where he will faithfully attend to all business connected with the duties of h;s office. He will continue to repair clocks and watch es, as usual, and respectfully imit.s those in need of his services in this line to give him a call. April 13, 18.75. F(j 11 WARDING AND COMMISSION WAREHOUSE Chamkuburg, Pennsylvania. THE subscribers are prepared at all times to carry Produce of every description and Merchandize to and fruit) Philadelphia and Baltimore, on the mast rea sonable terms. The highest price paid at all times for all kinds of country Produce. CSr"ileceivmg Depots, BUZB7 & CO. 3(55 Market ' street, Philadelphia.—JOHN BIGHAN, Baltimore, No. 131 H street. C. W. FASTER c\; CO. Feb. 9, 1855—6 m.* BACON AKD FISH. Just received and for sale, a lot of Hams, Should ers and Sides—also, a fresh supply of Mackaravv trout. REPP K OH ER. May J, 15 35. Lame* l>rews flood*. Mrs. *. E. POTTS Would respectfully announce to the Ladips of Bedford and vicinity, that she has just opened a large and elegant assortment of all. the new styles of I)rv.< :es and .Mantillas, Super black and Fancy Silks, Oigandies and Lawns, Berages and Tissues, Persian and Muslin De Laines, French Chintzes and Ginghams, Plain and eiribM Swiss Muslins, Fringes, Gimps, and Lac^s, Buttons, Braids and Cords, A rich assortment of Ribbons, Collars, Sleeves, and CheiniZetts, Edgings and Inserting*, A full supply of Mourning Goods, . Best Kid Gloves of ail colors, together with an extensive and beautiful assort ment of STRAW and SILK BONNETS, trim'tl and nntrimmed. The special attention of the Ladies is solicit ed to the very large assortment just received, and offered at low prices for quality. Bedford, May 11, 1 85:"). ATTKMIOX RIFLEMEN! j You are hereby notified to appear on parade, 'in summer uniform, on Thursday the 1 Tth inst. j at the usual hour. Court of Appeal will l>e held on said day, which those fined can at tend if they see proper. By order of the Captain. JOS. REED, O. S. May 11, 1855. The World's Great Exhibition Prize .Weill Awarded to C. .ME\ El>, For his Two Pianoes, London, October 15, "51. C. MEYER, Re pectfully inform- his friend- and the public ge j reraiiy tiiul he iuts constantly on hand Pianoes equal to those tor which he received the Prize .Medal, tn London, in 1801. All order- promptly attended to, i and great care taken in selecting and packing the same. lie l a- received during the last J5 years more Me dals from Franklin Institute than any other maker; first pieinium at Boston, and premium at New j York and Baltimore. Wart-room Xo. 52 South FOL RTH street, below C h *-11 nit street, Philadelphia, j March 9, 1835—3 m. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND FANCY GCODS. J] Choice. . Issortnient of the finest Quality, For Sale at the Lowest Cash Prices, at WM. n . i: LTO .A * HEAD ' S , jVo. ISI South Sfconil Street y between rinr and U~ nion, ll'est St/fe* PHILADELPHIA. The assortment embraces a Lars -e and Select Storl n- j'mc Watches, J< tcrln/, Silver Jt 'are, Alhiitu BVr, , ' fin- Si.' .in Spoant, Peris, Ladles, <S-f. —Jet Goods, I'maud J-'inry Articles of a superior quality, deserving the examination ot those who de ->re to procure the he-it good at the Cash Puns. Having a practical ia nrlnlsr of the business, and all available facilities tor importing and Manufactur ing. the subscriber confidently invites purchasers, believing that he ran supply theiri on terms a- favor able a- any other establishment tn either of the At lantic Cil ies. CXF" All kinds of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured to order, within a reason able time. T " Watches. Jewelry and Silver Ware faithfully re pure,l. ' WM. P>. FXTONHEAD, Xo. 181 South Second Street, a few doors above the Second Street .Market, We-t Side. Cj?" In the South Window of the Store may be seen the lamo'is i IRL> CJ-OCK, which commands tbe ad miration of the scientific find curious. Oct. 13, ISSI. —ly. A MIRACLE OF SCIENC:-! j Dr. C. L. Kem.imi, of Mechanicsburgh, Cnmber t land Co. Pa. announces to those atfiicted with Tn : ruors. Wens, Cancers, Polypus, Lapns, Moles or Marks, Scrofula or King's F.vil; and all diseases thn have been usually treated with Can-tic or Ki ife, he can remove them without cutting, burning or pain : neither Chloroform or Kther is administered to tbe "patient. It i- no matter on what part ol the body they are he can remove them with perfect safety, and m a remarkably short time. Xo Mineral or Vegetable poison, is applied; and r.o money required until a cure is perfected. Prolapsi- i'teri, Female complaints. Chronic Yen ' ereal and all other diseases treated with positive suc cess. Full pni ticnlar- can he obtained by addressing in either English or German post paid. Patients can ( be accommodated with Board on reasonable terms. Mechanicsbtirg is one ol the prettiest and liealthly towns in this or a.iv other tjtate. It is N miles trorn Harrisburg on the C. V. R. U. and accessible from all parts of the t'nion. The Dr. will visit cases in any part of the State when desired. Kind reader if you know of any ajjlicfed fel low-creature, delay not, to tell them oj this j treatment. March 2, 1533-—(lnc.* Border, I Clock & Wtc!i Maker AM) DEALER I V JEWELRY, Would respectfully announce to the citizens jof Bedford, and the public in general, that he 1 has opened a Jewelry Store in the building re j rentlv occupied by H. N icodemus, Esq. nearly J opposite the Bedford Hotel, where he will be | pleased to see all in want of articles in his line. I lie bason hand, and will constantly keep, an elegant assortment of JEWELRY, and will rt— ' pair Clocks and Watches in the berf style. He I hopes to receive a libera! share of patronage, as lie feels ratisfied he can render satisfaction to all I who entrust hint with their work. His terms ( will be moderate. He has on hand Gold and Silver W atcijes, Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Butter Knives, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencils, &.c. N.c. N. B. He still continues the Gnnsmithing business, at his old stand, in the East end of town, u here he has a good and competent work man constantly employed. D. B. April 27, 1855. LAST iNOTiCE. All persons indebted to the subscriber are re -1 quested to make settlement before the Ist day of ' September next, or their accounts will bE lelt with proper otficers for collection. and Fulling carried on as usual. Price per pound t>i cents, if cash, 8 cents if booked. All who send wool are requested to send grease, as it will be impossible for me to supply them with grease. MICHAEL LCTZ. Aptil 27, 1555.

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