Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, June 8, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated June 8, 1855 Page 3
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idlers ha* sustained considerable damage, ,y lINl lN of three of his fingers having been 'b'-CniallV smck#>ff by the sword ol one of JUpan'OWi he is doing well, and is being r lltf attended to. The animals were brought ®:'Sr.d Otinnod ■ C.,,1. 1 I'- with a wenerositv corresponding with <w " "• "w distributed among the brave fellows who him in bis expedition.— Bombay Tticsroph- Terrible Hurricane in Texas, , c , r respondent of the .A etc Orleans Pica writing from Yorktown, Texas, says f n [J 7 t h Instant we were visited by a most ! ;■ v hurricane. The day had been exceed warm and sultry. Between lour arid five p M., a dense cloud rose in the south ' f accompanied with vivid Hashes of light- I'Vand heavy peals of thunder, giving evident "of an approaching storm. Dense black t-M-es loomed lip like the smoke ola furnace. Tlv clood soon sepaiated into two parts—one t steadily upon us, and the other '! ar vin l round to northeast, again tacked, and V u ; opening at right angles with each other, !'L firti. in the wildest lury. The rain fell i<> torrents so dense that we ...npie to see hut a few paces, and so vio %vprt* unao. . \find that our houses billed to pro 't us from the rain, which was forced through . -v crevice, until the inmates of every house perfectly drenched. Then came the hail ;„ch a horrid din that we could hardly ' I the veils of women and children, who the ! I ;j e werescreaming at the top of their voices. TV -term continued some twenty or thiity Y' s> carriage which was left standing streets was capsized and broken to pieces, Aching the horse under it, and the poor animal , Vt .i| r ,igh drowned before he could be re ■ i One dwelling v* as lilted from its blocks ; nut down without being injured, and a sta •!.. blown over. Trees were twisted otf and t rOP by the roots, fences scattered in every r^ct ion, "and gardens and corn fields were ruin by the hail. One mile north of us two houses were de m dished, and two miles north one large frame I ).e was lifted from the blocks and carried me fifteen or twenty feet, the piazza torn oft : j the doors bursted out. In all these httild ■ n v< there were large families residing, but the i :i being from home, the females, with their ikiren, had taken refuge iri the kitchen, so i i -t i s fierson wa* injured so far as heard from. Tlie stage from Victoria, when near this place, , and broken, and tlte leaders stnmpe- Jed. The news reached us just after the San Anionic stage arrived, which was immediately driven down and brought up the passengers and n, ail all safe, but seveiely drenched. We can -pi n estimate upon the damage done the corn ( ! p. which is beaten into tlie ground by the hail. Fvr.u. Accihent. —A roof frightful accident oc r red on Wedne-day morning, at a barn-raising on t e farm ot Mr. Christian Cautley, in Manor lown . i. a bolt four tiules trorn Lancaster. While in the • f laising -onie heavy timber, part oi that which !a ! previously been put tip save way anil lei! mi the t.ien betovv. killing one man in.tantly, and injnrittsr • iven o'bers, breaking their arms ami leg., ami .rherivise mangling ttiern dreadfully. Several cit v-fi! are not expected to recover.— Columbia {P-) MARRIED: On Thursday evening .'Dst nlt., hv the Rev. W. Bradshaw Bacbtell. Mr. JAMES W r . M'- ELHENY to Miss M ARY E. MESSERSMITH all of Bjoody Run, Bedford Co., Pa. ALLEGHENY MALE AND FEMALE SEMINARY! Tbi< 1 out i r tit ion is located at ilainshiirg, Bedford rouiitv, Pa. 10 miles from Bedlotd amt 8 utiles from Uiecelebrated Mineral Springs. Being situated in a ; .-..iint and retired village, tree from many of the al finng vices that so often corrupt the minih ol youth, a-'! in the midst of one of the most healthy portions •tie State, we trust it wilt receive the liberal pa vr-age its friends have anticipated. It will he under the charge of the ftev. JOHN T'OLI.tX'K, of the M. K. Church, a gentleman who • been lor a number ol vears engaged in teaching. . • •' whose recommendations from abroad, as welt as '"e high style of teaching he i- exhibiting in thi •'.ice at present, fntfv satistv in that he is s.icti a p as we need. Re wit! he a-shted by Mrs. K. K. !' nek as Preceptress, and such other teachers as * sc hoc? n v requir*. The year will be divided into two sessions of 22 '•'.els each. The first Se.-ion wilt commence on 1 Ihe 7lh day of August next. Each session *1!: be divided into two terms of It week*, but tvitheat any varation, a< tlie school will be re-organ >z<! on the next day after tbe close ol the fiist term 1 the se-sion. It will be very important lor stu 1-ids to be in attendance a near the beginning of ' e term as pos-ibl*. in order to gam a thorough vanivledge of elementarv principle-. Rat es of Tuition will be as follows:—For common ; p. r term, $3. to which will be added tor -5-r branches, including higher Mathematics, each rents. f"„r each ancient or modern language, C 25. The entire amount of the above shall not ewed six dollars. • i.rtra —Les-ons on Piano, per term. Slo—Draw 's and Painting of the different varieties from 3 to B s —vocal music, two ie-sons per week, $1 lnc i•ivr.'als, 25 cents. Special attention will be given to Iho-e intending * engage in teaching, both by h (fording them a tfur "•2h Prilling in tbe branches necessary to be ■' -i t. ar.d by Lectures on the best met hods of teach ing and discipline. -/' Board can be procured at various places in the Vctage on the tro-t reasonable terms. Conveyances w d! be m readiness at the stage office in Bediord on •today previous to commencement, between the 'irs of 1 ands P. M. for the conveyance of any that "lay not be otherwise provid ed for, free ol experts*. Arrangements will a!?o be made lor their return b) the same place. JAMF.S A. COI.F.MAN, SAMCF.L WILLIAMS', J. H. DICKF.N, JOSEPH BECK, JOHN FILLER, Trusters. Rain-burg, June 8, 1855. KEAWI'S I Ol \IHIY ! The subscribers respectfully beg leave to in rm the people of Middle Wood berry Town ■ i l , and the country at large, that they are now I 'pared, al their establishment,one mile south ' Bedford County, Io furnish lour rv'f i hresiling Machines, Pierponts' Patent bbsker, Cider Mills, Ploughs of every descrip -1 "!), Keagy's Cooking Stoves, twodiHereot pat '; rn S and two different pattei ns of Coal Stoves— ' ""'sh f listings, Wagon Boxes of all sizes, and Binnef Bells of three different sizes—also, 'd Castings of every variety. We are also i '-pared to fit up Machinery in the te st and ■ 'J durable stvie, and will give prompt atten- Mailorders in this line. 'he public are respectfully invited to give us 3 cad, as we ffel satisfied that both our work and Lrm? will please all who do so. J. M. SNCHVDFA, WM. B. BLAKE, l<! ' ~t lS>i, Proprietors. NOTICE TO COLLECTORS. The State Treasurer having made a peremp tory call on the Treasurer ol this County, lor all State taxes up to and including those 01'35, Collectors are, therefore, hereby required to collect and pay over, without delay, the amount of State t.ixfs vet due on their respective dupli cates. By order of the Commissioner?. JOHN MOWER, June 1, 1855. Attorney. Notice to Collectors. COLLECTORS of Taxes in possession of the Duplicates ol the Poor and House of Employ ment are notified that, unless they make imme diate payment, suits will be instituted against tliein without respect to persons. This notice is in earnest, and all who neglect it, will subject themselves to COSTS. Bv order of the Direc tors. JOHN 11. RUSH, Treasurer. May IS, 1855. .lOSRPH H. TAT Si, ATTORNEY AT LAW, REJL ESTATE BROKER, BOUNTY LAND, AN J) CLAIM AGENT, Has for sale FOUR FARMS and 10,000 acres of unimproved Land. Liberal advances made. Land Warrants bought and sold. Office in Juliatinastreet. Bedford, Ma}' 11, 1855—Gin. ASSESSMENT. Notice is hereby given that an assessment of FOUR PER CE.nT, has been tai.i on the pre mium notes of the Cumberland V alley Mutual Piotection Company, which were in force on the 1 Atii day ol March last. The members of said Company are hereby required to pay their pro rata to the authoiized Collectors or Treasur er of the Company within thirty days, in accor dance with the By-Laws and Charter of said Company. Bv order of the Board. " JOHN T. GREEN, Secry. May 11, 1855. NOTICE :—The undersigned expecting to be absent in the West lor some length of tune, would say that his business will be left in the hands of Jacob S. Sche'l, where all interested will call and attend to th>-ir own and mv inter est. JOHN H. SCHELL. Scheilsfcurg, May 11, 18.35. SIeiSTV Si BiLVU (Of the late Firm of King <V .Moarhtnd.) it cramissicn fllcrcljam, DEALER IN PIG METAL, BLOOMS, Western Produce, &o. &e. &c. No. 76, Water Street, below Market, Pittsburg Fa. The undersigned w ill continue the Commis sion Business at the above place; and having provided himself with suitable conveniences tor the storage cf Pig Metal, Blooms, Produce, &e. is now prepared to receive consignments. By long experience m the business, and by constant attention, he hopes to merit a generous shure of trade, which lie respectfully solicits. April 27, IS.NS KOI ICR All personssindebted to the estate of Solomon Rice, late of Southampton Township, Bedford county, deceased, are requested to make imme diate payment, and t hose having claims against said estate will present them properly authenti cated for settlement. P. DONA HOE. Apiil 6, 181)."). Adm'r. JOB MANN. G. H. SFANG. LAW PARTNERSHIP . THE undersigned have associated themselves in the Practice of the Law, am! wilt attend promptly to all business entrusted to their care in Redlord and ad joining counties. QT/"" Office on Julianna Street, three doors south of '•Meiigel Home,'' opposite the residence ol Maj. 1 ate. JOB MANN, June 2, 13-Tt. G. H. SPANG. FCR RENT', And jvissesstoii given ori the Ist of June, a TAN YARD in ttie Borough of Bedford, with all the fixtuies complete, and a Dwelling adja cent thereto. Apply to either of the under signed. Urn. Hartley, Job Maun, John H. Rush, March 3(i, 155."). For the Heirs. O. K. WCSDEBLICH. B. V. NEAD. Wundcrlich & Read? Tcrtratiiina tCcmniissicn fHcrdjatits, North Stroud Street j ojrjiosite the <* urn!>erlaud Vtil ley Kail Road Depot) CHAMBERSBURG. Qy They are at all times prepared to carry all kinds of Produce to, and Merchandise, Ike., Iroui Philadelphia, and Baltimore, at the shortest nolice. * # * They will abo purchase Flour, Grain, 0.c., at maiket price. COAL, LUMBER, SALT. FISII, GUANO, and PLASTKK on hand an<l for sale low. June 10, 1853. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA., JiIIVSUA Ai, SJHRJA Sept. 1, 185 T. 31. aios'dt'i', Clock & Watch Maker AM) DEALER IX JEWELRV, Would respectlully announce to the citizens of Bedlurd, ami the public 111 general, that he has opened a Jewelry Store in the building re cently occupied by It. Aicodfmus, Esq. nearly opposite tlie Bed lord Hotel, where he will be pleased to see ail in want ol articles in his line. He has on hand, and will constantly keep, an elegant assortment ol JEWELRY, and will re pair Clocks and Watches in the bert style. He hopes to receive a liberal share ol patronage, as he feels ralistied he can render satislaction to all who entrust him with their work. His terms will be moderate. He has on hand Gold and Silver W atciies, Silver Spoons, Thimbles. Butter Knives, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencils, £cc. ix.c. N. B. He still continues the Gunsraithing business, at his old stand, in the East end ot town, where he has a good and competent work man constantly employed. D. B. April 27, 1855. F i £ hi Twenty-five Barrels fine fat Mackeral, just received and for sale for Gash or produce only by A. B. CRAMER * CO. Fx change Building. HENRY S. KING I.ntlicx Drcxs Gooth. Ill's. S. 10. I'OTTS 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, Oigamiii-s and Lawns, Berages and Tissues, Persian and Muslin De Laines, 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 Jnsertings, A lull supply of Mourning Goods, Best Kid Gloves of all colors, together with an extensive and 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, 1855. l'he HorhPs Great Exhibit ion Prize .Medal Awarded toC. MEYER, Eor his Two Pianoes, London, October 15, 'sl C. MEYER, Re-pectfully informs hi< friends and the public ge nerally that tie has constantly on band Pianoes equal !<> those tor which he received the Prize Medal, in London, in 1851. All order- promptly attended to, and great tare taken in selecting and packing the same. He has received during the last 15 years more Me dals from Franklin Institute than any other maker; also (irst premium at Boston, and premium at New York and Baltimore. VVareroont No. 52 South FOURTH street, below Chestnut street. Philadelphia. March 'J, IS-35—3ni. •liaas. S£. ll&ißain Would announce to his friends and the pub lic that Im has purchased Ihe entire Store of Ihe late James IU. Gibson, and intends t<> continue business at the oh] stand. He bason hand an assortment of Drv Goods, Groceries, 'lb as, Se gars, Jewelry,"icc. icc. together with Confec tioriMi ies of every description. In a short time he will replenish his stock, so as to make it an inducement to purchasers to give him a call.— He has on hand a good supply ol FLOUR, and will makeeverv effort to accommodate the peo ple in tins line of his business, either wholesale or retail, lie will also keep Bacon, Fish, Salt, Molasses, Roots, Shoes, flats. Brooms. Brushes, Latent medicines, Drugs, Dye-stulls, and everv article usually kept in a retail store. HANG I \G~and UPHOLSTER ING will he attended to as usual with prompt ness and despatch anil he would lake tins oc casion to say that he lias 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 merit and re ceive liberal encouragement. Bed find, April <i, 18;>r>. S^'ivnte One fonr-horse Broad-wheel wagon and wa gon bed, three two-horse plow double trees and single trees, one large work horse good plow leader, cheap;one two-horse market wagon with springs and covered bed, one Hvdrolic Rani to force water from creeks and springs on hills, one four-horse power and threshing machine and shaker, one Iron seed-roib-r,and seed-drill, all will be sold low by CHARLES COLFHLT. May 4, 18.A a. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Blair. Sr., late of'Cuiiibei land Valley Township, Bedford Count v, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment —and those having claims against said estate will present them properly authenticated fur settlement. JOHN BLAIR, jldmiiiiat rut or. May f, IS TV* NEW CLOTHING STORE. Isaac E/ippcS Would respectfully announce to his old friends, and the public at large, that he has o peiied an entirely new CLO'l lIING 8 I ORE in the Borough of Bedford, in (he room recently in tfm occupancy ol Solomon Filler, where he has just received a very superior assortment ol rcadv-made Clothing f>r Men and Boys, to which he invites at tent ion, satisfied that lie can phase all who give him a call, hoth as to puce and quality. He will also keep an assortment of Dry Goods and Groceries. He invites pur chasers to examine his stock. Bedford, April 6, 18:")."). WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS. A Choice Assortment of the Finest Quality, For Sale at the Lowest Cask Prices, at WM. B . FLT OA' IIK AD' 8 , A'o. 181 South Second Street, let wren Vine ami U nioii, I Vest Side, PHILADELPHIA. Tlie assort merit embraces a La-rse and Select Start of pine. Watches, Jewelry, Stiver II are, All/ata II are, jilntr/l with fine Silver,/11 Spoons, Parts, Ladles, \c. —Jet Hoods, Pans and P.n/ry Articles of a Superior quality, the examination ol those who de sire to procure the best goods at the Lowest Cash Prices. Having a -practical knowledge of the business, and all available facilities lor linporting and Manufactur ing, the subscriber confidently invites purchasers, believing that he can supply them on terms a. favor able as any other establishment in either ol the At lantic Cities. [£?"AII kinds of Diamond ami Pearl Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured to order, within a reason able time. CC7 5 " Watches, Jewelrv and Silver Ware faithfully repaired. WM. B. ELTON HEAD, No. 181 South Second Street, a few doors above the Second Street Market, West Side. BIT" In the South Window of the Store may be seen the famous BIRD CLOCK, which commands the ad miration of the scientific and curious. Oct. 13, 1854.—1y. MERCERSEURG Stone and Eurthenware to be had at WM. & J. C. RISER'S, lied lord, Pa. May f, 1855. * News for the People! NEW GOODS AT CHEAP CORNER, NO. I. I'tllovr-C ifizens : We Uke this opportunity of returning you our most sincere thanks tor the libera! patronage you have so kindly bestowed on us. We would also inform vou 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' fine 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., "&e,— Mens,' Wo mens,' Boys' and Childrens* Shoes and Boots, a general assortment of Groceries. Crush ; ed and pulverized Sugars, best Rio Coffee, Teas Jof all kinds, N. O. Molasses, Golden Syrup, Mackerel, Salt by the sack, Baker's Chocolate, ! Broma Cocoa, and a general assortment oI Goods usually kept in a country Store. (L? - * All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods at market prices. SANSOM & GEI'HART. i Oct. 13, J 851. Reeve JL. Mni; r ht 9 (S/iccrx.ior to Hartley Knight,) ISEDDIXG AXD CAH PET WAREHOUSE, ~Yo. ] 4-8 South Second Street, Fire doors above Spruce Street, PHIEADET.PHFA, Where he keps constantly on hand a lull assortment of every article in his- line of business. FEATHERS, F1 .ATHKR-UF.DS, Patent Spring Mattresses, furled Hair, Moss, Corn Husk and Straw Mattresses, Velvet Tapestry, Tapestry, Brws.-eis, Three-Ply. Ingrain, | Venetian, List, Ras and Hemp Cai pet inst-, Oil Cloths, : ('union Mattings, Cocoa and Spanish Mattings, Floor t and Stair Druggets. Hearth Rugs, Door Mats, Table ] and Piano Covers, to which he invites the attention | of purchasers. Oct. 13, IS") I. ly. NEW STORE • And Ach 4ood. GREAT BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE! ELI FISHER Would respectfully avail himself of this me thod of informing Hie citizens of Bedford and vicinity that lie hafPopened an entirely New Dry Goods, Grocery, and Fancy Store, in the Borough of Bedford, in the room for merly occupied by Dr. flotitis, and second door west of Dr. Harry's Drug and Book Store, where he has just received from the cities of New Yurk and Philadelphia one of the most elegant assortments of Goods e ver brought to Bedford, which, having been pur chased lor cash, under the most favorable rii cumstances, he (eels warranted in saving that he can sell them at prices so low as to astonish the purchaser, and all in want of good Goods, at the shortest possible piofit, are invited to give him a call, jiis stock embraces every variety of Indies Cress Gocds, such as Silks, Satins, Delaines, Bombazines, Spring Shawls, novelties in Lawns, British Prints, Plaid Ginghams, Untprsleeves, from 12i cents up, Hosiery it) every variety, Shoes, Boots 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 of PLATS and BONNETS for Ladies, Misses, and Children, is large, rich and CHEAP. His Groceries, Teas, Spices, Syrup, Nrc. Sec. are all '•! the very best quality. Z'jr*He will consider it no trouble to shew his Gwrttsja"fid"Tie hopes fife LADIES especial ly Will call and examine his assortment wheth er tbf '.repurchase or not. Always remember, howJfer, that ELF FISHER'S is the place tor liAB.VINS! ! ! April (>, 1855. ClfflPElTNGS*clß grain, Woo!. Pig, Bag and Mating Carpet"*; and Mattings for sale by r A RUPP OSTER. IUiuTS AND SHOES.— Mens', Womens', Boys', Misses' and (.'liildrens' Boots and Shoes, Gaiters and Ties—in great variety lor sale at ('HEA P SIDE. BTAxETS—Belgrade, French lace, Ilun gariiyi, Athini, Manuilla, White, Tripler and Kutlaqdolt-aid Bonnets—for sale cheap, at if RUPP sN OUTER'S. I |4is & BLOOMERS—Misses' Ruthland F'hitidml Bloomers, trimed and untrimed. for sale at CHEAP SIDE. GROCERIES—Good Rio C.df. e at 124 cts. prime do 15 cents. Golden Syiup and prime \. O. Molasses for sataby RUPP cV OSTER. SUGARS.—Granulated and Crushed Sugars. White clarified do lOcls. Nice New Orleans at 7 and Sets, lor sale bv RL Pl' Is. OSIER. April 13, 1855. FIRST IRillllL OF New Spring and Summer Goods. The undersigned, thankful to their friends and patrons for the kind and very libera! patron age extended to them heretolore, would respect fully solicit a continuation ot the same, and al so inform them that they are now receiving Iron) tlie eastern cities, and opening at UIEIP SIDE! A large anil handsome assortment of new style SPRING AND SUMMER LCODS, Comprising a great variety of Ladies DRESS GOODS, Of the latest and most fashionable styles, to gether with ever v other article adapted to the every day wants of the people, all ol which they are prepared to sell CHEAP FOP, CASH and approved produce, or upon a short credit to food and punctual customers. OUR MOTTO, "Short profits, many sales and cpiirk returns,' will still continue the ruling feature. Come, then,and seethe, bargains, & nil buy on ly when satisfied that it's your interest to do so. VVe will take pleasure in showing our goods, whether you wish to purchase or not. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods. RUPP Ik OSTER. April 6, 1855. NOTlCE:—Notice is Jiereby given that Let ters of administration have been granted to tbe subscriber on the Estate of Jacob Diehl, late of East Providence township, Bedford county, de ceased—all persons having claims will present thi-m properly authenticated lor settlement, and those indebted will make immediate payment. 9 SAM I EL H. TATE, .'hlminifttrvtor. May 11, NEW GOODS. The undersigned respectfully announces lliat they have just opened a large and well assorted supply of SPRING AND SIMMER GOODS! In an advertisement we cannot give an idea at how cheap we are selling—nor do we desire to attract customers by pub 1 ishing prices of tend ing articles. We embrace this opportunity of thanking all who have so liberally patronized us during the past five years—and, while soliciting their con tinned favors, assure them a call will convince we are selling gootl Goods as low—if not lower —than can be purchased elsewhere in Bedford. A. B. CRAMER & CO. Exchange Building. April 27, 1855. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE Coal and Timber Lands and Hotel Property. THE subscriber will offer at Public Sale, at the St. Nicholas Hotel, in Cumberland, ON FRIDAY THE 1-71'H DAY OF JUNE, 1835, the following valuable property in Allegheny Coun ty ; That valuable Tract of COAL I. AND, known as 'Mil BEN'S DELIGHT,' containing 119£ ACHES, rr.oie or less, situate on Moore's Run, near the George's Creek Rail Road, and within three miles of its junction with the Bal timore ami Ohio Rail Road. it is entirely under laid with the ' * b i v !•: a \ " of COAL, fifteen feet in thickness. Jts soil is good for agricuituinl purpose, and is now covered with a line growth ol Oak and other valuable Timber. This piece ol property is admirably adapted for the basis of a Coal Company, equal, if not superior, to any in the State, ant! can he put in operation at a small expense. ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND CO.NTAIMNIG 100 ACRKS, MOKE OR I.KSS, KNOWN AS THE "JIILIafcR" or "CO.nilfc" Farm, on Jackson's linn, near the George's Creek Rail Road, underlaid with the /? / a V E I .V" of COAL, which is easy of access. The soil is of good quality, and is now under cultivation. It is well supplied with buildings and ail other improvements necessary for (arming purposes. One ether Tract of Land Called "i; Ij IK Y," Containing lfiO acres, situate on the Baltimore arid Ohio Kail Road, at F.vert's Tunnel, underlaid with / IHi Jilt VEINS of COAIJ, (i feet, .1 feet, and 1 feet in thickness,accessible at Hie very edge ot ihe Rail Road ; it also contains a vein of valuable IRON ORE, fx l"et in thickness, now open. OXF. OTHER TRACT OF LAND, CALLED "Perry's First," containing lfi!) ACRES, more or less, covered with a tine growth ol While I'uie and other Timber, Irom which Lumber ol excellent quality ran be manufac tured. The soil is well adpated for pasturage or farming purposes. The siluatioii is only as dis tance south west of Frostburg. ALSO—THE Snint Nicholas Hotel, on the coiner of Baltimore and George Street, Cum berland, nearly opposite the proposed depot of the Pittsburg and Coiitiellsville Rail Road, ami the new depot of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road. It is new, and built 111 the most substantial mariner, replete with every convenience. It contains ample accom modation- for 200 persons. All the apartments are large and commodious, well lighted and ventilated. ON THE PROPERTY IS A LARGE BRICK CARRIAGE IIOISE AMI STABLE, WITH SLEEPL\G JtPARTMEJfTS FUR SERF. J.YFS . TITJICHED. This Hotel is considered equal to any in the State. The Furniture is of the most co-tly kind, all new, and ran be purchased with the property if desired. dF*TEKMS:—Easy, and will be made known on the day of sale. wishing to secure valuable property are lespeetlully invited to give any or ail ol tbe ü bove property an early examination. Dy" Should any information be required please ad dress the undersigned al Potomac Furnace, London Co. Ya. JOIIN W. GEARY. April 20, 1835. 15 edi<> &* if Aca<l em y AMI FEMALE SEMINARY. W. W. CAMPBELL, Principal. This Institution, hitherto under the care of Rev. John Lyon, will hencelorth be conducted by the pre sent Principal. The past history of the Academy w ill, we trust, be a sufficient guaranty of its luture efficiency. The branches taught will be the same as lieretofoie. To mast Kit will be consid ered the most important puixuit of the pupils; and while it w ill be the constant business of tbe instruc tor to inqiart knowledge, it will also be his aim to lead bis pupils to make a practical application of their acqiusitions. To load the tnind with innumer able formulas, without causing it to use them, would be like placing a bow in a child's band, without teaching him how to bend it. In line, it shall be our object, as it has ever been, to lead the pupil to Til I.N K. We look forward confidently to the patronage of this community, which has thus far heer. so uener ously extended, and by an undiminished assiduity, we hope to merit your support. Terms per quarter, us usual, to wit: CLASSICS, §L> 25 HIGHER ENGLISH, 5 00 MIDDLE " 4- 50 ELEMENTARY " 4 00 .Mt sic, 8 00 PIANO, 2 00 The Session opened on Monday, 12th inst. Feb. 10, 1855. H. NICODEMUS, Scrivener nnii Justice cf tl;c |-cate, BEDFORD, PA. Has removed his office to Juliana street, nearly opposite the Drug and Book store of Dr. F. C. Reamer, where he will faithfully attend to alt business connected with the duties of his office. He will continue to repair clocks and watch es, as usual, and respectlully invites those in need of his services in this line to give him a call. April >l3, 1855. FORWARDING AM) COMMISSION WAREHOUSE Chambrrsburg, Pennsylvania. THE subscribers are prepared at all times to cSrry Produce of every description ami Merchandize to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, on the most rea sonable terms. The highest price paid at all times for all kinds of country Produce. Depots, Bt'ZBY & CO. 3C5 Market street, Philadelphia.—JOHN BIIiHAN, Baltimore, No. 151 H 3treet. C. W. EYSTER & CO. Feb. 9, 1855 6m.' BACON AND FISH. .Inst received and for sale, a lot of Ham=, Should ers and Sides—also, a fresh supply of Mackanuw trout. fU'IT N. OSTKK. May t, 185-5. VALUABLE JSili Property lor Sale! Tlu* sufcscrfiv r, about to remove to California, olbisat Pmftte -ale, his valuable Mill Proper ty, situate about 3 miles East of Bedford, on the Joniatta River, in Colerain township, at the lower end of Friend's Cove. The Mill is four stories high, frame, with three run of stones, two pair ot which are Burrs, hav ing all the machinery necessary to manufacture merchant and country work in the best manner. It has one of the best water powers in the Uni ted States, which may be known from the fact that during ttie last dry season it had abundance of water, when nearly every other mil! in the neighborhood was stopped. There ate between 10 and 11 acres of land adjoining, six acres under post fence, about 4 of which is meadow, on which is erected a good two story log house, weather-boarded and plas tered, good water at the door, with all neces sary out buildings—also a fine orchard of choice fruit, peaches and apples. Being determined to sell purchasers w ill do well to examine this property soon. will be made to suit the pur chaser. by giving approved Bonds. HIRAM F. ROHM. June 1, 18.To. Notice itj Partition. WHEREAS Otho Wilson, late ofSoutham ton township, Bedford County, died seized of the following estate : A tract of land, sitUtate in Southampton township, containing one hundred and sixty adjoining lands of Solomon Rices' heirs', and David Rice on the East, Jacob Ulitz on the West. Leaving a widow, Henrietta, who resides in Bedford County, Pennsylvania; and issue ten children, to wit: Stephen, residing in Bedford County, Penna: Alfred, residing in Allegheny County, Maryland; Hugh, residing in Bedford County, Pa., Susannah Pice, wife of Solomon Rice, deceased, who is now dead, leaving issue seven children, viz : David, residing in Al legheny County, Maryland; Alfred, residing in Bedford Countv, Pa., Jane, residing in Bed ford County, Penna. Charlotte, residing in Al legheny County, Md., Jonathan, residing in Bedford County, Purina., Francis, residing in Bedford Conntv, Pa., and Elmira, residing in Allegheny county, Maryland; Jackson residing in Allegheny county, Maryland; Martha, in termarried v\ ith Hiram Wolford, residing in Allegheny countv, Marylnnd-. J<>nahn, iesiu ing*in Alle-miy "county, Maryland: Sarah, in termarried with Henry Mills, residing in Alle gheny county, Maryland; Otho, residing in lo wa, and Jemima Wilson, residing i:> Bedford countv. Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that, in pursuance of a Writ of Partition or Valuation tu me directed, I will proceed to hold an InquSi tion or \alnation on the premises, on TLE.V DAY the '26 th clay ol JUNE inst., when and where ail interested can attend if they see pro per. HUGH MOORE, Sheriff. June I, 18"5. Aolitf tis Partition. WHEREAS, John BlankW, late of Provi dence township, Bedford County, died seized of the following Real Estate: A tract of land, containing about thr<e hun dred acres, adjoining lands of Wm. O'Neal, Wm. Cornell, widow Evans and Lewis Kuons : situate in Monroe towuship. Leaving issue, six children, to wit: Jane and Job, of whom petitioner, (0. E. Shannon, Esq.) i-' guardian: Lot, residing in Bedford 'County, Elizabeth, residing in Bedford County, Nancy, residing in Bedford County, and Emily resid ing in Fulton County. Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that in pursuance of a Writ of Partition or Valuation to me directed, I will hold an Inquisition or valua tion on the premise, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of J UNE inst., when and where all interested may attend if they see proper. HUGH MCORE, Sheriff. June ], 1555. AoJicc in Pttrfifion. Whereas, James Barefoot, late of St. Clair Township, Bedford county, died seized of the following Real Estate, viz : A Tract of Land containing two hundred and twenty acres or thereabouts, situate in St. Clair Township, adjoining lands of George Renninger, William Renninger, John Nunemaker, Peter Renninger, and others. Leaving a widow, Mary, and issue twelve children, viz : Rebecca, intermarried with John Moorp, re siding in Bedford county, Elizabeth, inter married u i;h Solomon Hammers, residing iri Somerset county: Sarah, intermarried with Fre derick Renninger, residing in Somerset county: William Barefoot, residing in Bedford county; Isabella, intermarried with James Taylor, resi ding in Bedford county: James Barefoot, resid ing in Bedford county: Mary, intermarried with Alexander Stanton, residing in Somerset coun- ty; Margaret, intermarried with John P. Bow ers, residing in Bedford county; Samuel Bare foot, residing in Bedford county, Job Barefoot, residing in Blair county, Charlotte Barefoot, residing in Bedford county, and George Bare foot, residing in Bedford county. Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that, in pursuance of a Writ c>f Partition or Valuatioh to me directed, I will hold an Inquisition or va luation on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 29th day of JUNE, inst. when an where all interest ed may attend if thev see proper. HUGH MOORE, Sheriff. June 1, 185.0. NOTICE! ALL persons knowing themselves to be in debted to the subscriber, either by note or hook account, will please make payment. My Bills are in the hands of Henry Nicodemus, Esq., where those indebted will please call, and thus save costs. A. WF.ISEL. June 1, 1855. Noticed Those who borrowed grain and flour of me, are notified that I shall want it by the first day of August next, and sooner, if convenient. It can be left at the mill of David Patterson, Esq. A. WEISEL. June 1, 1855. fi.TOO PIECES WALL PAPER, From l2i cents to $1 25 per piece, just receiv ed and for at the variety Store of JAMES K. HALLAM. Bedford, April 27, 1855.

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