Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, June 1, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated June 1, 1855 Page 3
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VALUABLE Hill Properly lor *alr! Tie subscriber, about to remove to California,, ' a t Private sale, his valuable Mill Proper !" situa'e about 3 miles East of Bedford, on the Lniatta River, in Colerain township, at the lower end of Friend's Cove. r Mill s ,our slorl " 12 ' <l lirTU '" w ' l " thref " of stones, two pair ot which ate Burrs, bav , a || the machinery necessary to manufacture '"'rchant and country work in the best manner, n has one of the best water powers in the Um i States, which may be known from the fact •hatduring the last dry season it had abundance |!i water, when nearly every other mill in the mio-hbor'hood was stopped. There ate between 10 and 11 acres of land adjoining, si* acres under post fence, about 4 of which is meadow, on which is erected a good sjorv log house, Wealher-hcarded arid plas-j water at the door, with all neces-j -ary out buildings—also a fine orchard of choice fruit, peaches ami apples Being determined to sell purchasers xx ill do we ll In examine this property soon. • -7T£KM> will he made to suit the pur chaser, bv giving approved Bonds.. ch ' " 3 HIRAM F. ROHM. j June I, 1855. \olicc its PitrliftoH. WHEREAS Otho Wilson, late ofSoutham -lon township, Bedford County, died seized of the following estate : V tract of land, situ fate in Southampton township, containing one hundred and sixty acres, adjoining lands of Solomon Rites' heirs, sn.l David Rice on the East, Jacob Clttz on the West. , . i Leaving a widow. Henrietta, who resides in; Bedford County, Pennsylvania: and issue ten j children. to wit: Stephen, residing in Bedford] (or.nlv, Penna: Alfred, residing in Allegheny < oilntvi Maryland: Hugh, residing in Bedford' (Viuntv. Pa./ Susannah Rice, wile of Solomon Rice deceased, who is now dead, leaving issue .even clnldien, viz: David, residing in Al legheny County, Maryland: Alfred, residing County, Pa., Jane, residing in Bed lord Coun'y, Penna. Chatlotte, residing in Al legheny County, Mil., Jonathan, residing in Bedf id County, P<-:uia.. Fiuncis, residing in Bedford County, Pa., and Elmira, residing in -\lle-deny countv, Maryland: Jackson residing in Allegheny county, Maryland; Martha, in termarried with Hiram Wolford, residing ift Allegheny county, Marvlnnd; Jonathan, resid ing in Allegany county, Maryland: Sarah, in termarried with Henry Mil'* - , residing in Ane- ; ghetiv county, Maryland: Otho, residing in lo wa, and Jemima Wilson, residing in Bedford county. Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that, in pursuance of a Writ ol Partition or Valuation to j me directed, 1 will proceed to hold an Inqnsi non or Valuation nti the premises, on TUES DAY the 2(ith day ol JUNE ins!., when and where all interested can attend if they see pro -1 " HUGH MOORE, Sheriff. June 1, 1835. \o<ice in Farfitioii. WHEREAS, John Blankhy, iatr of Provi dence township, Bedford County, died seized of the following Real Estate- A tract ol land, containing about three huri died acres, adjoining lands of Wm. (j Meal, Win. Cornell, widow Evans and Lewis Koons ; situate in Monroe township. Leaving issue, six children, to wit : Jam* and Job, of whom petitioner, (0. E. Shannon, Esq.) i- guardian: Lot, residing in Bedford County, Elizabeth, residing in Bedford County, Nancv, residing in Bedford County, aud Emily resid ing in Fulton County. Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that in pursuance ot a Writ of Partition or Valuation to liie directed, I will hold an Inquisition or valua tion on the premise, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th dav ol JUNE tust., when and where all interested may attend if th.ev see proper. HUGH MOORE, I Sheriff, i June 1, 1853. Aotice in E-Jii'&iiioia. Whereas, Jarms Barefoot, late of St. ( lair j Township, Bedford county, died seized of the lolloping Real Estate, viz : A Tract of Land containing two hundred and ! twenty acres or thereabouts, situate in St. Clair j Township, adjoining lands ol Oeorge Renrtinger, William Renninger, John Munemaker, Petri j Renninger, and others. Leaving a widow, Mary, and issue twelve j children, viz : Rebecca, intermarried with John Moore, re- ; siding in Bedford county, Elizabeth, inter married with Solomon Hammers, residing in Somerset county: Sarah, intermarried with Fre derick Renninger, residing in Somerset county; William Bareloot, residing in Bedford county: j Isabella, intermarried with James lay lor, rest- ; ding in Bedford county: James Barefoot, resid-j ing in Bedford county: Mary, intermarried with j Alexander Stanton, residing in Somerset coun ty: .Margaret, intermarried with John P. Bow- ; •is, residing in Bedford county; Samuel Bat*-| foot, residing in Bedfotd county, Job Baiefoot, residtttg in Blair county, Charlotte Barefoot, lesiding in Bedford county, and George Bar*- foot, residing in Bedford county. Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that, in pursuance of a Writ of Partition or Valuation to ne directed, 1 will hold an Inquisition or in itiation on the premises, on FRIDAY , the 29th day ol JUNE. inst. when an where all interest ed may attend if they see proper. HUGH MOORE, Sheriff. June 1, 1855. NOTICE! ALL persons know ing themselves to be in debted to the subscriber, either by note or hook account, will phase make payment. My Bills are in the hands of Henry Nicodemus, Esq., where those indebted will please call, and thus save costs. A. YVEISEL. June 1, 1855. Notice! I hose who borrowed giain and flour of me,' are notified that I shall w ant it by the first day of August next, and sooner, if convenient. It can be lelt at tiie mill of David Patterson, Esq. A. WEISEL. June 1, 1855. MOO PIECES H ALL PAPER, I rom I2i cents to §1 25 per piece, just receiv ed and fur at the variety Store of JAMES K. HALLAM. Bedford, April 27, 18:53. NOTICE TO COLLECTORS. Tlit* Slat** Treasurer having made a perem|>- tnry call mi the Treasurer of this County, lor all State taxes up to and including those of 'fin, Collectors are, therefore, hereby required to collect and pay over, without delay, the amount ol'State taxes yet due on their, respective dupli cates. 11? order of tiie Commissioners. JOHN MOWER, June 1, 1853. Attorney. No tice to Collectors. COLLECTORS ol Taxes in possession of the the Poor and House of Employ ment are notified thai, unless they make imme diate payment, suits will be instituted against them without respect to persons. This notice is in earnest,land all who neglect it, will subject themsel vesTo COSTS. Hv order of the Direc tors. JOHN H. RUSH. Trammer. May 18, 1833. .jOSEIMH Vk . TATE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, REJLL ESTATE BROKER, BOUNTY LAND, AND CLAIM A CENT, Has for sale FOUR FARMS and 10,000 acres of unimproved Land. It/"" Liberal advances made. Lund Warrants bought and sold. Office in Jtilianna street. Bedford, May 11, 1835 Gm. ASSESSMENT. Notice is hereby given that an assessment of] FOUR PER feENT, has been laid on the pre-! iiiium notes of Ilie Cumbei land Valley Mutual I Piolectidn Company, vt hich wen- in force on ' the ]slh ilav of March lu*t. The members of said Company are hereby required to pay their! pro rata to the authorized Collectors or Ttvasur- ; ef of the Company \x ithin thirty days, in accor dance with the by-Laws and Chatter oi said: Company. I?v order "I the Board. " JOHN T. GREEN, Secr'y. May 11, 1835. NOTICE :—The undersigned expecting to be i absent in the West lor some length of tune, would say that his business will be lelt in Un hands i>| Jacob S. Schell, where all interested ! u ill call and attend to their own and my inter est. JOHN H. SCHELL. Schellsburg, May 11, 1855. Henry [Of the lute Firm of King <S* AioorhanJ.) vl c mimssiou iilcrcljcuit, DEALER IN PIG METAL, BLOOMS, Western Produce, fcc. &e. xNc. No. 70, Water Street, below Market, Pittsburg, Fa. Tim undersigned will continue the Commis sion business at the above place; and having provided himself with suitable conveniences for the storage cl Pig Metal, Blooms, Produce, &c. is now prepared to receive consignments. By long experience in the btfitiness, and by constant attention, he hopes to merit a generous share of trade, which he respectfully solicits. HENRY S. KING. April "27, 1855. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the estate of Solomon Rice, late of Southampton Township, Bedford county, deceased, are requested to ii ake imme diate pa vment, ami those having claims against: said estate will present tiiem properly authenti cated for settlement. P. DON AIIOE. Apiil 6, 1855. Adn.'r. JOB MANN. G. H. SPANG. LAW PARTNERSHIP- Tiic undersigned tinve associated lliennselves in the Practice of the Law, and will attend promptly to all business entrusted to their care in Bedford and ad joining counties. 23?-Office on Julianna Street, three door® south of *•5 l t-iigdl House,opposite the residence ot Map late. JOB M.ANN. June 2, 18-51. (J. H. SPANG. FOR RENT, And possession given on the Ist of June, a TAN YARD in the Borough of Bedford, with all tile fixtures complete, and a Duelling adja cent thereto. Apply to either oi the under signed. Wm. Hartley, Job Mann, John H. Rush, - March 30, 1855. For the Heirs. I). S. LICK. '*• NKAO. Wiaiiidcrlicfc & Tcnvavtiinct Ccmmissicn lUcrciiants, North Errand Street, o/rjiositc the C amber land I alley It ait Road Depot, CHAMBER SBURG-. (XT* Thcv are at al! times prepared to carry all kinds of Produce to, and Me-icliandise, Kc., trout Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the shortest notice. * • They will aiso purchase Flour, Grain, <*c., at mai kfit price. COAL, LL'MBF.R, SALT. FISH, GUANO, and PL AST Fit on hand and for sale low. June 10, 1*33. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA., BUY SON SIiiRLS. Sept. ), 18:54. an. Stonier, ( lock & Watch Maker AND DEALER IN JEWELRY, Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Bedford, ami the public in general, that tie has opened a Jewelry Store in the building re cently occupied by H. Nicodt mus, Esq. nearly opposite t tie Bed lord Hotel, where tie x\ til lie pleased to see all in v* ant ol aiticles in his line. He has on hand, and \\ til coustautly keep, an elegant assortment ot JEWELRY, and xxitl ie pair Clocks and Watches in liie belt style. He j hopes to receive a liberal share ol patronage, as I he leels satisfied he can render satislactiou to all who entrust hitti with their work. His teims 1 will be moderate. He has on hand Gold and Silver WATCHES, Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Butter Knives, Hold and Silver Pens and Pencils, CNc. N. B. He still continues the Gunsmithing business, at his old stand, in the East end ol town, \x here he has a good and competent work ! man constantly employed. 0. B. April '27, 1555. Fish. Twenty-five Barrels fine fat Mackeral, just received and liirsale for Cash or produce only bv A. B. CRAMER fc. CO. Jis riot nge Builtli ,-t g. LttlicK Dress (ito<l*. Mr*. S. E. POTTS Would respectfully announce to the Ladies of Bedford and vicinity, that she has just opened a large and elegant assortment of all the new styles of Dresses- and Mantillas, Super black and Fancy Silks, Oigandieg and" Lawns, Berages and Tissues, Persian and Muslin l)e Laities, French Chintzes and Ginghams, Plain and emb'd Swiss Muslins, Fringes, Gimps, and Laces, Buttons, Braids and Cords, A rich assortment of Ribbons, • Collars, Sleeves, and Chemizetts, Edgings and Inserting.--, A full supply of Mourning Goods, Best Kid Gloves of all colors, together with an extensive ami beautiful assort ment of STRAW and SILK BONNETS, trim'd and untrimmed. 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, 18:55. • The World's Great Exhibition Erize JMe.dul Awarded to C. iVjEYER, For his Two Pianoes, London, Octobet 13, 's l. C. MEYER, Re-peotfii'ly informs hi- fri*ni!< anil the pnblir 2<>. rerally that he has constantly mi hand Pianoes equal to f!.o-e tor which he received the Prize Medal, in London, in 1#.?1. All order* promptly attended to, and -treat CHIP taken in selecting and packing the same. lie ha* received during the last to year* more Me dal* from Franklin Institute than any other maker; also first premium at Boston, and premium at New York and Baltimore. Wareroom No. -72 South TOl UTII street, belovr Chestnut street, Philadelphia. March 0, IS of)—3m. •las. SScciJSaDss Would announce to his friends and the pub lic that he has purchased the entire Store ol the late James M. Gibson, and intends to continue business at the old stand. 11** has on hand an assortment ot Drv Goods, Groceries, Teas, Se ga rs, Jewelry, \c. Nx. together with Conlec tiunaries of every description. In a short time he will replenish his slock, so as to make it an inducement to purchasers to give him a call.— He has on hand a good supply of FLO I R, and will make every effort to accommodate the peo ple in this line of his business, either wholesale or retail. He will also keep Bacon, Fish, Sail, Molasses, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Brooms. Brushes, Patent medicines, Drugs, Dye-stutfs, and everv article usually kept in a retail store. fr PA PER HANGING and UPHOLSTER ING will be attended to a* usual with prompt ness and despatch— and he would take this oc casion to say that he has now on hand, and w ill 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 phase, he hopes to tneirt and re ceive liberal encouragement. Bedford, April t>, 1855. Private siafieS One four-horse Broad-wheel wagon and wa gon bed, three two-horse plow double tiees and single tiees, one large work horse good plow leader, cheap:one two-horse market wagon with springs and covered bed, one Hvdrolic Rain to force water fiom creeks and springs on hills, one four-horse tower and threshing machine and shaker, one iron seeil-roiler,and seed-drill, all xv ill be sold low by CHARLES CCLFELT. May 4, 1555. NOTICE ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Blair, Si., lateof Cumbei land \ alley I own-hip, Bedford Count v,deceased, are requested to make immediate payment —and those having claims against said estate xviii present them properly authenticated fur settlement. JOHN BLAIR, .Idmi it tstrotor. May 4, 1855 * NEW CLOTHING STORE. Would respectfully announce to his old friends, and the public at large, that fie has o prtied .in entirely new CLGIHJ.NG SIORE in the Borough of Bedford, in the room recently in tie* occupancy of Solomon Filler, xvhere in* has just received a very superior assortment ol ready-made Clothing lor Men and Boys, to which he invites attention, satisfied that lie can please all xvho give him a call, both as to price and quality. He ex *i 11 also keep an assortment of Drv Goods and Groceries. He invites pur chasers to examine his stock. Bedford, April <), IS.3:>. WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GCODS. J! Choice Assort incut of the Finest Quality, For Sale at the Fewest ( ash. Trices, at IV. 1/ . B . FLTOA' // E . 11) '$ , • N't). ISI South Snood Street, hetveen Vine and U nion. Watt Side, PHILADELPHIA. The assortment embraces a Fuse nod Se/ert Stor/e of Pine Watches, Jrwlry, Silver Wore, A/hata II ore, plated rrith fine Silver, to Spuoos, l-oris, Fidtes, ,Vr. Jet (loads, Eiiot mot T'oory Articles of a superior quality, ile.-ervinj; the examination ot those who de sire to procure the best goods at the Loirrst (ash l'rirts. Having a practical footrlcdge of the business, anil alt available facilities tor Importing anil Manufactur ing, the subscriber confidently invites purchasers, believing that he nan supply them on term* a* lavor able as any other establishment in either ot the At lantic Cities. C7"AII kinds of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured to order, within a reason able time. WJ~ Watches, Jewelry anil Silver Ware faithfully repaired. WM. K. F.LTONHEAD, No. 184 South Second Street, a tew doors above the Second Stioet Market, VVe-t Side. CT7" In the South Window of the Store may be seen the famous BIRD CLOCK, which commands the ad miration of ttie scientific and curious. Oct. 13, 1554. ly. MERCERSBURG- Sfonr and Earthenware, to be had at WM. K J. C. RISER'S, Bedford, Pa. May 4*, 1855.* I\>ws lor tlic PeosHe! NEW GOODS AT CHEAP CORNER, NO. I. C Feltow-Citixtns :We take this opportunity j of returning you our most sincere thanks tor the , liberal patronage you have so kindly bestowed on us. We would also inform you that we have just returned from the Eastern Cities, with a large and well selected assortment of Goods, such as Cloths, Cassimeres, and Satinets ; Peter Shams, for over coats, Jeans, Ladies' tine dress goods, such as Silks, Alpacas, Coburg Cloths, Bombazines, Merinoes, and a large assortment of Bay State Shawls, Hosiery, for Ladies, Com forts, Crapes, Collars, &.c., scc.—Mens,' VVo mens,' Boys' and Childrens' Shoes and Boots, and a general assortment of Groceries. Crush ed and pulverized Sugars, best Rio Coffee, Teas of all kinds, \. O. Molasses, Golden Svrup, Mackerel, Salt by the sack, Baker's Chocolate, Broina Cocoa, and a general'assortmeot of Goods usually kept in a country Store. O"* All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods at market prices. SANSOM &. GEPHART. Oct. 13, iSfit. Rpcvc 3/* Entfrbtf (St/rets tor to Hartley tV Knight,) JJEDDISG AX J) CARPET \VA HE HOUSE, JS'o. 14-S South Second Street, 7-7 rv tinori above Sprnre Street, VII/LADLTtVT.IIA, Where he keep? constantly oil hand a fall assortment of every article in his line of business. FKATHERS, FF.ATII Kit-BEDS, Patent Spring Mattie.-ses. Curled Hair, Moss, Corn Husk mid Straw Mattresses, Velvet Tapestry, Tapestry, Brussels. Three-Plv, Ingrain, ' Venetian,, Rag and Hemp Carpeting?, Oil Cloths, Canton Mattings, Coma and Spanish Mattings, Floor and Stair Druggets, Hearth Rugs, Door Mat?, I aide ; and Piano Covers, to which lie invites the attention i of purchasers. Oct. 13, IS-Vl.—ly. NEW STORE I Aetv GOOCIN. ; GREAT BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE! ELI FISHER ' Would ipspectfully avail himself of this tne- I hod of informing the citizens ot Bedford anil vicinity that he lias opened an entirely New Dry Goods, Grocery, it rid Fancy Store, in the Borough of Bedford, in tin* room for merly occupied bv Dr. Hofius, arid second door west of Dr. Harry's Drug and Book Store, where he lias just received from the cities of New Yotk and Philadelphia one of the most elegant assortments ol Goods e ' ver brought to Bedford, which, having been pur • chased for cash, under tlie most favorable cii -1 curnstances, he feels warranted in saying that lie can sell them at prices so iuvv as to i Jstunish the purchaser, and all in w ant of good Goods, at the shay test possible profit, are invited to give him a call. J lis stock embraces ■ very variety ' of Ladies Eiess Goods, such as Silks, Satins, Delaines, Bombazines, 1 Spring Shawls, novelties in Lawns, British Prints, Plaid Ginghams, I nriersleeves, from 124 cents up, Hosiery in every variety, Shoes, B 'ots and Slippers, for Ladies and Children ir. fact almost every article adapted to a Ladies wardrobe, which it would require too much space to enumerate in detail. His stock ot FLATS and BONNETS for Ladies, Misses,and Children, is large, rich arid CHEAP. His Groceries, Teas, Spices, Syrup, Ac. Ckc. are ail of the very best qualify. will consider it no trouble to shew his Goods, and he hopes Hie LADIES especial ly will call and examine Lis assortment wheth er they purchase or not. Always remember, however, that ELI FISHER'S is the place for BARGAINS! ' ! April (>, IS bo. CARPEl'lNGS—ingrain. Wool, Fig, Rag i and Listing Carpets, and Mattings (or sale by RiTP A OSTER. 1 BOOTS AND SHOES.—Mens', Woniens', 1 Boys', Misses'and Childrens' Boots ami Shoes, Gaiters and Ties—in great variety lor sale at CHEAP SIDE. BONNETS.—Belgrade, French lace, Hun garian, Alhini, Mannilla, White, I tinier and Rutland braid Bonnets —lor sale cheap, at RE Pl' ?N OS I ER'S. FLATS iv BLOOMERS—Misses' Ruthland t | Flats and Biuomers, trimed and untrimed. for sale at CHEAP SIDE. GROCERIES.—Good Rio Colfee at 124 els. prime do I.i cents, (/olden Syiup and piinie \. O. Mula?ses for sale by RUPP <S" OSTER. SI GARS.—Granulated and Crushed Sugars. White clarified do lOcts. Nice New Orleans at 7 and >S ets. lor sale by K! PP N OSIER. April 13, 18 ho. FIRST MiliL OF New Spring and Summer Goods. ' i 'l'he undersigned, thankful to their friends ' and patrons for the kind and very liberal patron age extended to them heretofore, would respect ' ; fully solicit a continuation of the same, and al " so inform them that they are now receiving from the eastern cities, and opening at (MAP SIDE! A lare-e and handsome assortment of new style SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, , ; Comprising a great variety ol Ladies DRESS GCODS, ' Of the latest and most fashionable styles, to ' gether with every other article adapted to the ' "very day wants of the people, ali ol which . they are prepared to sell J ' CHEAP FOR CASH ' | and approved produce, or upon a short credit to [ : good and punctual customers, i OUR MOTTO, "Short profits, many sales and quick returns, ! | will still continue the ruling feature. , | Come, then, and see the bargains, and buy on " | ly when satisfied that it's your interest to do so. " j ' We will take pleasure in showing our goods, 1 j whether you wisfi to purchase or not. ! l£r* All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods. t n RUPP &- OSTER. s April G, 155.). NOTICE: —Notice is hereby given that Let -1 ters of administration have been granted to the subscriber on the Estate of Jacob Diehl, late of East Providence township, Bedford county, de ceased—all persons having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement,anil those indebted will make immediate payment. SAMUEL H. TATE, Bid mini strut or. May 11. 1855. NEW iiOODK. The undersigned respectfully announces that j they have just opened a large and well assoited supply of SPRING AND SI MMER GOODS! In an advertisement we cannot give an idea 1 of how cheap we are selling—nor do we desire : j to attract customers by publishing prices of lend ing articles. We embrace (his 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 ; j we are selling good Goods as low—if not lower j —than can be purchased elsewhere in Bedford. ■ A. B. CRAMER 5c CO. Exchange Building. April 27, 1855. PUBLIC SALE O" VALUABLE Coal and Timber Lands and Hotel Properly. 1 * i THE subscriber will offer at Public Sale, at the Sr. Nicholas Hotel, in Cumberland, ON FRIDAY THE l-TTII DAY OF JI'NE, 1835, j ! the following valuable property in Allegheny Coun- I tv ; That valuable Tract of C'o.u. LAM/, known a? i'MAIDEFS DELIGHT,'! containing 119J ACRES, rr.oie or less, situate on ; .Moore's Run, near the George's Creek Rail Road, ; j and within three miles of its junction with the Bal timore and Ohio Rail Road. It is entirely under laid with the "BIG VEIX". of COAL, tifteen feet in thickness, it? soil i?good for agricultuial purpose? and is now covered with a ! fine growth ol Oak and other valuable Timber. This { piece of property 1? admirably adapted for the basts of a Coal Company,, il not superior, to any in the i State, and can he put in operation at a small expense. ; ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND CONTAIMNIG j 100 ACBXS, MORE on I.F.SS, KNOWS AS THE ' iWILLEir' or "tORBS ' E ami. | on Jackson's Run, near the George's Creek Rail Road, underlaid with the "/J / G V E 1 A of COAL, which is pasy of access. The soil is of | good qnaiitv, anil is now under cultivation, it is well supplied with buildings aud ali other improvements necessary for farming jiurposes. Out' oilier i f iict (>i LsiKr failed " U L O K Y, j Containing 100 acres, situate on the Raitimore and 1 Ohio Rat! Road, at Everl's Tunnel, underlaid with j run BE VBjySofCOAL, 0 feet, 5 feet, and 4 feet j I in thickness, accessible at the very edge ol the Rail ; Road ; it also contains a vein of valuable IRON ORE, !> leet in thickness, now open. ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND, CALLED j "Berry's First*" containing 109 ACRES, more or less, covered with a . I line growth of White Pine and other Timber, from j : which Lumber of excellent quality ran be manufac- j tured. The soil is well adpated for pasturage or i farming purposes. The situation is only a short ills tauce south west of Frost burg. ALSO-THE sint Nicholas Hotel, I on the corner of Baltimore arid George Street, Cum- j herland, nearly o|>pusite the proposed depot of the j l'ltt-hurg and Connelisville Rail Road, and the new depot of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road. It is new, and built in the most substantial manner, replete with every roto eniente. It contains ample accom modation? lor 200 persons. All the apaitments are 1 large and commodious, well lighted and ventilated. ON THE PROPERTY IS A LARGE BKIlk CARRIAGE HOUSE AND STABLE, Willi SLEEPL\G JPJRTMEM'S FOR , N ERISLYTS .ITT ACHED. This Hotel i? considered equal to any in the State, i The Furniture is ol the most co?tly kind, ail new, and rail be purchased with the property if desired. Easy, and will be made known on the day ol sale, • Capitalists wishing to secure valuable property are lespectfullv invited to jjive any or all ol the a bove properly an early examination* CF" Shoiihl any inlormation he required please ad diess the undersigned at Potomac Furnace, Loudon Co. Vu. JOHN W. GEARY. i April 20, 18-35. : Bed it os* d Acsa& em y | AND FEMALE SEMINARY. W. W. CADIPBELL, Frincipal. This Institution, hitherto under the cure of Rev. John I.yoti, will henceforth be conducted by the pre sent Principal. The past history of the Academy , will, we tru.-t, be a sufficient guaranty of its luture efficiency. The branches taught will be the same as heretofore. To MASTER J'IIINCIVLES will be consid ered the most important pursuit of the pupils; and ; while it w ill he the constant business ot the Instruc tor to t knowledge, it will also he his aim to lead Ins pnpil? to make a practical application ot their u ClJ insllion?. 1 o load the mind with innumer able formulas, without causing it to use them, would j be like placing a how in a child's hand, without i teaching him how to bend it. In fine, it shall be our | object, as rt has ever been, to lead the pupil to j I THINK. i We look forward confidently to the patronage ol this community, which has tiius lar been so gener ously extended, and by an undiminished assiduity, we hope to merit your support. Terms per quarter, as usual, to vit : CLASSICS, H KITTEN ENULISH, 5 00 MIDDLE " 4 :) 0 ELEMENTARY " +OO Music, 00 PIANO, ~ 00 The Session opened on Monday, 12th tnst. Feb. 10, Ib-ia. H. NICGDEMUS, Saircacr CHILI Justice cf tl)c ]2caec, BEDFORD, PA. Has removed his otiice to Juliana street, j nearlv opposite the Drug; and Book store of Dr. j j F. G.'Reamer, where he will Faithfully attend ■ to all business conuecled w itii the duties ol his , i otiice. He will continue to repair clocks and watch i e3, as usual, and respectfully invites those in need of his services in this line to give him a call. April 13, 1855. FOKWAUDING AND COMMISSION WAREHOUSE fhambereburg, Pennsylvania. j THE subscribers are prepared at all times to carry : Produce of every description and Merchandize to and j from Philadelphia and Baltimore, on the most rea j sonable terms. The highest price paid at all times ; for ail kinds of country Produce. CCT-Receiviiig Depot?, 11l /.IB fx CO. 30.1 Market ! street, Philadelphia.—JOHN BIGIIAN, Baltimore, f : No. 131 H 3treet. C. W. FASTER JK CO. I'eb. 9, 1833—Gm.* 1 BACON AND FISH. Ju?t received and for sale, a lot ol Hams. Should ers and Sides —also, a fresh of Mackanaw • trout. BEIT ?V OSTER. May I, 1853. Notice to Retailers. 1V PURSUANCE of an Act of Assembly ' approved the B'h day of May, 1854-, requiring tiif Treasurer .f each county to publish in the months ol April and May of each year a list of i all retailers of Foreign and Domestic Goods, Wares and Merchandise, notice is hereby given ]to Retailers in Classes, as directed by law, that the Taxes must be paid to the County Treasur er, on or before the first day of August next. Class. License. A. 13. Cramer & Co. 12 .sl2 50 i Sansom fx. Gephart, 13 10 00 IX. Lyons, 13 1000 I Rnpp &. Oster " 10 00 Peter Radebaugh 11- 7 00 i Samuel Shuck &. Co. " 7 00 : Dugdale &. Kelly, " 10 00 I Robert Fvan, " 7 00 ! Mrs. Potts, " 7 00 Isaac Lipple, " 7 00 : C. Loyer, " 7 00 Win. Schafier " 7 00 Sonnaborn &. Co. " 7 00 James K. Hallam, 11 7 00 j Eli Fisher, " 1 00 ; John Arnold, " 7 00 Andi is Saupp •• 'o^ | Dr. Reamer, " 10 50 Dr. Harry, 11 10 50 Eating Houses. ; John G. Minnich, 8 5 00 John J. Luther, 8 5 00 A. Defibangh, <S •> 00 Jacob Bollinger, 8 :> 00 West Providence; Wm. States &. Co. 1+ 10 .0 W. Mcllhenv & Co. " 7 00 Jacob Barndollar &. Co. U5 10 00 James Barndollar, 13 10 00 Thomas Ritchey, 14- 7 00 Monroe. J. Horton, " 7 00 i D. Fletcher, " 7 00 j Michael Miller, " 10 00 Southampton. M. Cahner, "j 10 50 Wm. Lashley, " / 10 50 M. Walters," 7 00 Colerain. J. M. Van Horn, " 7 00 A. James, " 7 00 Corle & Co. 10 (?0 Broad Top. Joseph Fisher, 7 00 Evans Brother, " 700 Fluck & Hetrick, " 7 00 Liberty. Daniel Berkstresser, " ' 0(> Thomas Evans, " 1 00 I Thomas McGillan, " 10 00 j Patton & Gessler, 13 10 00 i Joseph Crisman, 14- 7 00 Jacob Snider " 7 00 James Dunn, " < 00 John Cyphers, " 7 00 Wm. Fisher, " 7 00 Schellsburg Borough. jJ.S. Schell, " 7 00 i A. B. Bunn, " 7 00 jStatlerSc Son, " ' Q0 Snively&Co. " 7 00 Miller &. Conley, " ' 00 Widow Schell ix Son, " < 00 Colvin Robinson, " 7 00 Juniata. Turner &. Kegg, " 7 00 Win. Keyser, " 7 00 Wm. Piatt K. Brother, " 7 00 Joseph Gondon, '• 10 50 F. Hildebrant, " 7 00 Londonderry. Thomas J. Porter, " ' 00 James Maltinglv, " 7 00 East Providence. John N'vcum, " ' Of* Henry Reimund, " 7 00 D. A. T. Black, " 7 00 Harrison. T. B. Weifz, " 7 00 Jacob G. Devore, Jr. " 10 00 John Fichner, " ' 00 Mr. Hickson, " 7 00 Hopewell. John Dasher, " 10 50 John King Si Brother, " 7 00 Middle Woodberrv. Jacob Brennaman, 13 10 00 (i. R. Barndollar, 13 10 00 J. W.Duncan, 13 10 00 Putt &. Brother, It 10 00 P. Kagv, Eating Hoiise, 8 5 ; '0 South Woodberry* : James Piper, lT ' o< l S. R. Oster, " 7 00 D. B. Buck, " 7 00 George Bedford Township, j Edward HofTman, " 7 00 St. Clair. If. D. Beegle, 41 10 50 G. B. AmickSt Brother, " 7 00 Jacob H. Wright, u 7 00 J. B. Smith, " 7 00 Wm. Wench, " 10 50 j C. D. Trout, " 7 00 Cumberland Valley. ; Jacob Anderson, " ' 00 John May, " 4 00 JOHN" TAYLOR, Treasurer. Treasurers Office, May 1.), 185.). WSiite, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Office .Yo . 25, Arcade, West Avenue, PHIL' i ' AD EL? HI A. Timber and Coal Lands, Farms and City pro | pertv, bought, sold and exchanged. -Money procured on Bond and Mortgage, PERSONM. I PROPERTY and MERCHANDISE. Apply to or address as above. May IS, 1855. 3m. KEAGI'S FOUNDRY! The subscribers respectfully beg leave to in form the people of Middle Woudberry Town ship, and the country at large, that they are now prepared, at their establishment,one mile south of Wood berry, Bedford County, to furnish four horse Threshing Machines, Pierponts' Patent Shaker, Cider Mills, Ploughs of every descrip tion, Kengy's Cooking Stoves, two different pat terns, and two different pattei ns of Coal Stoves— Plough Castings, Wagon BoXes of all sizes, and cast Dinner Bells of three different sizes—also, I Mill Castings of every variety; We are also prepared to fit up Machinery in the best and most durable style, and will give prompt atten tion to all orders in this line. The public are respectfully invited to give us a call, as we feel satisfied that both our woik and terms will please all who do so. J. M. SNOW DEN, WM. B. BLAKE* Oct. '27, 1854. Proprietors.

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