Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, November 9, 1860, Page 2

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated November 9, 1860 Page 2
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DRCTLANATIOY OF Ll \l> 11 ral elecloii.--Whereas, in ami by an Act of General Assembly of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to 'cg utate the (ieneral Elections within this Common wealth," it is enjoined upon me to give public no tice of said Elections, and to enumerate in said no tice what officers are to be el Tied, 1 WM. S. FLUKE, Sheriff of the County of Beqiord, do here by make known and gi e this public notice to the Electors of the County Bedford, that a General Election will be held in said County, on the secondi day after the first Monday, being the ,oth day oi November, 1860, at the {several election districts, viz : The electors of tbe Borough of Bedford and town ship of Bedford, to meet at the Court House in said Borough. The electors of Broad Top township to meet at the School House in the town ol Hopewell. The electors of Coleram township to meet at the bouse of Joshua Filler, in Kainsburg, in said town ship. 'The electors of Cumberland Valley township to meet at the new School House erected on the lan J owned by John Whip's heirs in said township. The t lectors of Harrison township to meet at number 5, near the dwelling bouse of Henry Keyser in said township. The electors of Juniata township to meet at Key ber's School House in i aid township. The electOtS of Hopewell township to meet at the School House near the house oi John Dasher in said township. The electors of Londonderry township lo meet at the house now occupied by Wm, H. Hill, as a shop, in Bridgeport, in said townshtp. The electors of the township ol Liberty to meet at the School House in Storierstown in said town ship. The electors of Monroe township to meet at the house lately occupied by James Carnell in G'lear ville, in said township. The electors of Schellsburg boiough to meet at the brick School House in said borough. The electors of Napier township to meet at Ihe brick School House in the borough of Scheiis bnrg. The electors of East Providence township tc meet at the house lately occupied by John Nycum jr., in said township. The electors of Snake Spring township to meet at the School House near the Methodist church on the land of John G. Hartley. The electors of West Providence townshipto meet at the log School House at Bloody Run in said town ship. The electors ot St. Clair township to meet at the store near the dwelling house of Gideon Trout in said township. The electors of Union township to meet at the school house near Mowry s Mill, in said township. The electors of South Waodberry township to meet at the house of Samuel Oster near Noble's mill in said township. The electors 'of Southampton township to meet at the house of Wm. Adams in said township. The electors of the township of Middle Woodber ry to meet at ihe house of Henry Eiuse in the vil lage of Woodberry ;at which time, and the places designated, the qualified electors will elect by bal lot twenty seven electors for the State of Penn sylvania, to cast the vote of said State, for President and Vice President of the United States. The elect ioik to be opened between the hours of 7 : andß o'clock in the forenoon, by public prociamu- j tion, an Ito keep open till-7 o'clock in the evening, 1 when the polls shall be closed. JYotice is Hereby Ciiven, That every person excepting Justices of thd pence, who shall hold any office or appointment ot profit or trust under the United States, oi of this State, or any city or corporated district, whether a commis sioned officer or otherwise, a subordinate officer, a gent who is or shall be employed under the legisla ture, executive or Judiciary department ot this S.ate or of any city, or of any incorporated district, and also, t hat every member of Congress and ol the State Legislature, and of the selector common council of any city, or Commissioners of any incorporated dis trict, is by law incapable of holding or exeicising i at the time, the office or appointment of Judge, in spector or clerk of any election of this Common wealth, and that no inspector, judge or other officer of such election shall be eligible to be then voted tor. And the said act of assembly entitled "an act re lating to elections of thi Commonwealth," passed July 3d, 1819, further provides as follows, to wit: "That the inspectors and judges shall meet at the respective places appointed lor holding tfie plection in the district at which they respectively belong, be fore S o'oclock in the morning of the 2d Tuesday of October, and each saiu inspector shall appoint one clerk, 'vtio shall be aqualiliel voter of such dis trict. "In case the person who shall have received the 1 second highest number of votes for inspector, shall not attend on the day ol any election, then Ihe per- ' son who shall have received the second highest number of votes for Judge at the next preceding e lection. shall act act as inspector in his place. And ill case the person who has received the highest number ol voles for inspector shall not attend, the person elected judge shall appoint an inspector in his place, and in case the person elected judge shall not atfpnd, then the inspector who received the highest number of votes shall appoint a judge in his place ; and ii any vacancy shall continue in the board for the space oi one hour alter the time fixed by law for the opening of the election Ihe qualified voters for the township, ward or district lor which such officers shall have been elected, present at the election, shall elect one of their number to fill such a vacancy. It shall be the duty of Ihe several assessors re pectively to attend at the place of holding every general, special, or township election during the whole time such election is kept open, for the pur pose ol giving information to the inspectors, and ludge, when called on, in relation to the light of any person assessed by them to vote at such elec iion, ami on such other matters in relation to the assessment of voters, as the said inspectors oi either oflhem shall from limp to time require. "No person snail be |>ermitted lo vote at any c lection as aforesaid, than a while freeman of the age ot twenty one or more, who shall have resided in this stale at least one vear, and m (he election dis fnct where lie offers to vote ten days, immediately preceding such election, and within two years paid a State or county tax which shall have been asses sed at least ten days before the election. But a Utzeti ot the United States who has previously been a quail lied voter of tins State and removed • herelrom and leturned, and who shall have resided hi the the election district and paid taxes, aforesaid, .halt ue entitled to vote after residing in this State six months. Provided, That the white Ireemen, citizens oi ttie United States, between the ages of twenty-one and twenty-two years, who have resided HI the election distlict ten days u> aforesaid stial be entitled to vote, although they shall not havl paid tax. "No person shall be permitted to vote whose name is not contained in the list of taxable inhabitants, tarnished by the Commissioners, unless; First, lie produce a receipt of payment, within two years oi State or County tax assessed agreeably to the Con stitution, and give satisfactory evidence on his own oath or affirmation ot anothei mat lie has pant such a tax, or in a lailure to produce a receipt shall make oath to the payment thereof, or second, II lie claim a right to vote by being an elector between the of twenty-one and twenty-two years shall depose on oath or affirmation, that he lias resided in the State at least one year next before Ins application, and make such proof ot residence in the iiuir.ct as is required by this act, arid that lie .toe. verily be lieve, from tbe account given hint that he is of the ago aforesaid, and give such other evidence as is re quited by this act, whereupon the name et the per son so admitted lo vote shall be insetted ill the al phabetical list by the inspector, and a note made op posne thereto by wilting the word "tax," ii h" shall tie admitted to vote bv reason of having paid tax. < r the woid - age" it he shall be admitted I > vote by reason ol age,and in either case the le.son ol such a vote snail be called out lo the clerk-, who shall make a iixe note m Ihe lists ot voters kept by them "In all cases where ttie name ol the per-on claim ing To vote is not found on the list Ittrinshed by the commissioners, and assessors, or bis right to vote whether found thereon or not, is objected to by any qualified citizen, itshall be ttie duty of the inspec tors to examine such persons on oath as to his qual ideations, and it lie claims to have resided within the State for one year or more, Ins oath shall besuft ficient proof thereof, bathe shall make proof by a leasf one competent wit 'jess, who shall be a auali find elector that he has resided within the district tor more than ten days immediately preceding said election, and shall also himself swear that his bor.a fule lesidetiee, in pursuance of his lawful railing, is within the district, and that he did not remove in the district for the propose of voting therein. "Every person qualified as a ores-aid, and who shall make due proof ii required, of his residence and pivment of taxes, as aforesaid, shall be admitted to vote in the township, ward or district in which he sh ill reside. "If any prison shall prevent orattempt to prevent any otficer of an election under this act, trorn hold ing such election, or use or threaten any violence to any such officer, and shall interrupt or impropeily interlere with him in the execution of his duty, shali block or attempt to block up the window or av enue to any window where the same may be hoh'rn or shall riotously disturb the peace of such election, or sh ill use or practice any intimidation, threats, torre or violence, with the design to influence undu ly or overawe any elector, or prevent him from vo fing, or to restrain the freedom of choice, such per san on conviction sh i Ibe lined in any sum i.ot ex- > eroding live hundred dollars and he imprisoned lor any time not less than nor more than twelve months and itsh ill be shown ip the Court where the trial of such offence shall be had. that the person so offen ding was not a resident oi the city, vv.nd, district, or township whete said offence was committed, and | not entitled to vote therein, then, on conviction, he shall be sentenced to pay a tine of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not less than six months nor moie than two years. "If any person or persons shall make any bet or wager upon Ihe result ot any election within the Commonwealth, or shall offer to make any such bet or wager either bv veibtl proclamation thereof, or by :■//>' written or printed advertisement, challenge or invite any person or persons to make such bet or wager, upon conviction thereof, he or they shall for feit and pay thtee times the amount they bet or of fered to bet. And the Judges of the respective districts afore said, are t equtred to meet at Bedford, on Fridiy. next following the holding ot said election, then ..nd there to perloim those things required of them by law. Given under my hand, at my office in liedford. this Ills/ day of August, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty, and the righty fijih of the Independence of the United Slater. VVM. S. FLUKE, Sherijf. August 31st, 1860. MAiNHOOD. HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED. 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D., ISO lirst Avenue, New Yo i k Pos tBo x 15SC. Jan. 2,i860. pi HLIC SAL!' OF \ ALU ABLE REAL ESTATE.— By virtue of an order of the Or phans' Court of Bedfoid county, the undersigned will expose to sale, by public vendue, on the premises, on Saturday the 17 day of November, 1860 at 1 o clock P. M., the following described valuable Real Estate, to wit , A tract ol land situate in Southampton ip., in said county, containing .'ft.7 acres or thereabouts, with about 36 acres cleared and under fence, and : a Story-and-a-half log dwelling hone and log; stable thereon, adjoining lands ol Artemus Bennett, Abnei Tewell. Daniel Tewell, Denton Stevens and George Buxton. TERMS—One third of the purchase money in hand at the confirmation of the sale, and the balance in two equal annual payments thereafter with in ! terest. to be secured by judgment bonds. JOHN JOHNSTON. Oct. 19, 1860. pUULICSALK OF VAU ARLF ! REAL ESTATE.— By virtue of an r.r.ler of the ' Orphans' Court of Bedford county, the undersig tied ! Administrators of the estate of Jacob Hinish, late ]of East Providence Township,dee'd., will expose I to sale by public vendue on the premises, on Satur ! day, the 17 day of November 1860, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,. the following described valuable Real Estate, to wit : A tract of land situate in Ray's Cove in said t p. adjoining lands of Adam Hinish on the North, da coo Richey on the East, William Gracey on the South, and John Grove and Samuel Grove on the I West, (part of a tract of land formerly belonging to Philip Fisher's heirs) containing 200 acres and I 13 perches more or less, about I I acres of which are cleared and under fence, and with a Story-and. a-hail log dwelling house thereon erected. TERMS—One haif the purchase money in hand at the confirmation of the sale, and the balance jn one yeai, with interest, to be secuied by judgment, bonds, or bonds and mortgage. HENRY HINISH, DAVID FORK, Oct. 19, 1860. Administrators. NOTICE. Duff, Smith K Ridgely, 1 In the Common Pleas of vs. v Bedford County. Fi. Fa. Daniel Trostle. No. 31 Sept. I'eim, 1860, "unl now, September 7, 1860, Jno. P. Reed ap pointed Auditor to teporf a distribution of the money made on sale ol Defendant's Real Fstate, to and amongst creditors. The undersigned will attend to the duties oi the above appoint meat at ins office in the Borough of Bedford, on Wednesday, the 7th day of November, I next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. JM>. P. REED, | Oct. 19, 1860. Auditor. IfiJT K A YS I'anie to the premises ol the subscri ber living in St. (,'lair township, on the (>;h of September last, two betters about li yeais old, red and white spotted with fates white, and a crop out ol the rigid ear—lower part, and the left slit. The owner will please prove property pav charges ami take them away. 0ct.,*12, IS6O-3t. PETER RF.fl3. I 4 DMINIVTit A TDK'S NOTICE "* LETTERS ol administration, on the e-tate i ol Peter Latshaw, late of Middle Woodbury town ' ship deceased, having been granted to the sub.-cri her, resnlina in said township, all persons indebted to said eslate are. thrreioie, nototied, to make pay ment immediately, and those having claims against said estate, will present the same, well authenti cated for settlement. Sept. 2Mb, 'GO. ISAAC K. LATSHAW. A d;n A UDITOJtS NOTICE.- The undersigned ap- I poin'ed 1o distribute the balance in the hands of | Benjamin 11. Walker, Atlm'r. of ihe Eslate of El | le! Allen, late of St. Clair Township, dee'd. to and I among the creditors ol said dee'd., will attend for that purpose at his office in Bedford, on Thursday the istol November, next, —when and wbrie all parties interested may attend it they think prop er. JOHN MOWER, Oct. 19 'CO. Auditor. Fi LINES FROM 12 \ TO 28 CENTS A POUND for salby july'2o,'oo. • A. L. DEFIBAUGH. I>EDFORP FOUNDRY". ) THE subscribers having purchased the Bedford Foundry of Washabangb and Harmon, would most respectfully announce to tiro citizens of Hod ford and adjoining counties that they aro prepared to make and furnish all kinds of CASTINGS for GRIST AND RAW-MILLS, THRESHING MA CH'NES, PLOUGHS, APPLE MILLS, COOK ING, TEN PLATE, AND COAL STOVES, SLED AND Sleigh soles, wash kettles, of diflerent sizes, wago boxes of all sizes, fanners'bells, (a superior art ele), oven doors, and every thing usually made in a country Foundry. 03=- PLOU GH S .—WOODCOCK, SEVLER, and HILL-SIDE PLOUGHS—AIso, a new PLUG PLOUGH, to which we call the especial attention of our farmers—a superior article to the old Plug Plough, with two kinds of points, shares and land sides to suit all ploughs in general use in this coun ty. Turning and fitting of iron patterns made to 'orilpr, and all kinds of repairing done at the short est notice and at low prices. All our own work made of the very best material, and warranted to give satisfaction. Farmers and others would do well to call and examine our work before purchasing else where, as we are determined to meet the emer gencies of the times, we will Sell vow for C. IS//, or country produce. Pig and bar iron, horses and lumber, taken in ex change for work. feb 25,'60-ly SHIRKS & JORDAN. | EDFOfiD MACHINE SHOP ' THE subscriber would most respectfully an nounce to the farming community, and public m general, th.t he still continues to manufacture at his shop, in Bedford, Pa., the loilowing fanning u tensils of the very best mateiial, arid'in the most workmauli/e manner, viz: FOUR AND SIX HORSE TUMBLING SHAFT POWER MACHINES, with large open cylinders, six staves, and spikes screwed in, and improved Stiaw Shakers attached. Their superior; for strength and speed are not made in this or any other County in the State. Four Horse Tumbling Shaft and Strap Power Machine, with cylinder open or shut, as may be de sired, for convenience, wse of draft, and perfect working, this machine nas no superior any where. THREE HORSE MACHINES, of the same kind. ! Two and three Horse Tumbling Shaft I'ower Ma • chines, a very convenient and excellent machine for small farmers, with or without shakers, single and double shovel Ploughs, Horse Rake-, Lever Cutting Boxes, Harrows and Wheelbarrows, made to order. All the above articles constantly on hand, and sold on reasonable terms. Repairing of all kinus of Machines, whether made here or elsewhere, done on the shortest notice. Castings for all inj" machines, made at the Foun dry of Rhires N Jordan, ir. Bedford, arid will com pare with any made in the State for strength and durability. Blacksmithing done to order. All my work warranted to give satisfaction. From a past expeiienre of over twenty years in the .Machine business, 1 feel confident that 1 can give entire satisfaction to all who may favor toe j with a call. Call and examine my worJ- befoieyou j purchase elsewhere, as i am determined to please j all. Horses, grain of all kinas, lumber and iron, will he ta/en in exchange lor work. PETER H. SHIRES, j JuneS, 1860.—00f1. Machinist, j dob SATJE; I OR TRADE, A first-rate farm of lime,tone land, in Morrison's I Cove, containing about 13] acres, 100 of which are i cleared and balance well timbered. The farm is! well watejed. The improvements are a good two story Frame House, Log House, Ham, kc. There is a good orchard upon the premises. The farm ad joins Bloomfield Furnace, lies half a mile trom The Unllidaysburg Turnpike, and foui miles from Mar tinsburg. There is a ready market at the door for all kinds of produce, and the land is in a high state of cultivation. For particulars inquire of D'av.d Daniel, in possession, m George Cleugh, at Spang's j —AI.RO— A Giist-mill property in Harman's Bottom, now owned oy Lewis N. Fyan. The mill is a large frame with two overshot whells and four run of stone ; in good order, and in a good settlement, with a suf ficient supply of water. The farm contains nearly 40tl aores ; about 100 alluvial soil, and elected ; and the balance well timbered. The improvements are • a large brick house, tenant bouse, miller's house, barn, distillery, \c. The farm can he divided with out disadvantage. Tenns reasonable. —ALSO— A tract ol land in St. Clair tp., containing 03 acres, or thereabouts, about .05 acres cleared, with a two story log dwelling house, tenant-house and j two fog stables thereon erected ; also, an apple or- I chard thereon, adjoining lands of Wm. Keefe, Jacob ; Semlerand others ; lorrrierly the property of George ; Kimberlin. —ALSO— j a Farm of 106 acres, about 100 cleared, with Double i Log House, New Rank Barn, and two good orchards j thereon, lying on the Juniata River, two miles ! from Sitonerstown, and half a mile from the rail road, l'his farm is composed of a good quality of river bottom land, 30 or 10 acres of which can be put into good meadow. The whole is now in a good state of cultivation. —ALSO— A farm of lIS acres of limestone land in Liberty Township near Stonerstown, known as the "John Stolei property," adjoining lands of 'Squire kensiu ger, Stoler and others. The improvements are a Log House,. Log Barn ftc. There is good water on the premises, also an orchard of good fruit. —ALSO— j A new two-story Rough-cast House and two lots ol ground in Broadtop city. | • - ALSO— j 160 acres of the best quality of land in Harrisoe j county, lowa, near the Missouri, and close to th I countv seat. —ALSO— i A Lot of ground in Omaha city, Nebraska. -ALSO— -100 acres of land, in Southampton Township, Red lord county, lately owned by Wm. Lashlr v. TERMS to suit buyers. O. E. SHANNON, Jan 27, IS6O Bedford, i'a g 391 JI3LIC SALE OF REAL ESTAT E. The subscriber will olTer at public sale pursuant to the order of the Orphans' Court, on the premises, in West Providence Township, Bed ford County, on Saturday, Jhe 10th day of Novem her next, the following REAL ESTATE, late the property of James McDaniel, dee'd, viz : one tract of land, being unimproved, adjoining lands of Fetter, on the east, Frank Collaberger, on the west Andrew Mortimore, on the North, and Joseph Mc- Daniel's heirs on the South, containing one hundred acres more or/.ess. .-Use, one other tract of unimproved land adjoin ing tne mansion property and lands of Dar.iel Sni der, David Steckman and others, and containing one hundred acres, more or less. Also, the mansion place of said dee'd, adjoining lands of Daniel Snider, Wilson McDaniel, Jacob Steele, John Calhoun and others, containing about one hundred and seventy five acres, one hundred acres cleared and under fence, 6or S of which are meadow, balance well timbered. The improve ments are a two sto;y log dwelling house, with kitchen attached, also, a smoke house, spring house, and log stable with threshing lloor. There is also, an apple orchard on the premises, and a good spring at the door of the dwelling. The property is situated five miles south of Bloody Run, on the road to Clea-ville. The sale will commence at one To'clock on said day, at which time the terms will be made known. , JOSEPH McDANIEL, Oct. 12, IS6O. Aum'r. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of Administration on the Estate ol Alexander George, late of East Providence tp.. dee'd., having been granted to the subscriber resi ding in said township, all persons indebted to said estate are, therefore, notified to make payment im mediately, and those having claims will present the me forthwith for settlement. SIMON NfCUM, Sept. 7th l&Gi'. Adm'r. ]>E n F O R J) IffOjT K L, > AM) (IFNKIiAI STUB OFFICE. Jin subscriber respectfully bejis leave to an r.onnr.p to lus old friends anil the public gener ally, that he has leased the Bedford Hotel, at present in the occupancy ol Col. Adam Barn hart, and will take possession on the Ist day of Apiil next. It is not his des £n to make /nany professions as to what ho will do, but be pledges his word that his most energetic efforts wilt be j employed to render comfortable all who give him a call. The House will be handsomely fitted up, and none but careful and attentive servants will he engaged. Persons visiting the Bedford Springs, as well as those attending Court, and the travelling community general ly, are respectfully invited to give him a call and judge for themselves. [Cf Boarders taken by the week, month, or i year,on favorable terms. C./""'Ample and comfortable stabling is at tached to this Hotel, which will always he at tended by a careful hostler. Also, a safe and j convenient carriage house. It/- Alt the STAGES atop at this Hotel. * JOHN 11AFER. March 16, 1855. L)ILLIGS Al\ 800 LIS" Si. C. UKA.TIHK, Juliana Street, Bedford, Pa. (At the Stnjiil formerly occupied by Dr. F. C Reamer.) t> ITHOLESALE and re- xfaTatm It tail deafer in Drugs, BjjL-J Medicines, Chemicals, Dye ifr Jwfjl Stuffs, Oils, Paints, Varnish tine, Window Glass, Giassware .received, a large stock of American, French and English perfumery. Also, a great variety of fine Soups for toilet use. 'Booth pastes, Hair Tonics Hair Dyes, that will color various shades, troin a 1 light brown to a jet black, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Sha j ving. and Clothes brushes, Combs, Pocket Knives, j Pocket Books. Portmonnaies, Segar cases, &c. —ALSO— Have and will keep constantly on band, a supply of Coal Oil, Burning fluid and Camphine, with "n great variety of the most modern and best style of | coal oil and fluid lamps. Pure Wines and Brandies lor medical use, Fla voring Extracts and Spices ofall sorts, Fine Segars, Snulls, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. Having the agency for all the principal patent medicines in use, will keep a lull supply constantly on hand. —ALSO— Dealer in Books, See., consisting of Geographical, Scientific, Religious, Poetical, Historical, Law, Medical, School and Miscellaneous Works, in con nection with a great variety of plain and fancy Stationery, Cap, Note, Post, and Wrapping Paper, ' Blank Books, of every size and quality, Diaries, Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Notes and Receipts. K?"Oi<iers promptly filled and satisfaction guar- ! anteed, with regard both to price and quality. (T7~Phys!ciaiis' Prescriptions caretnlly and accu rately compounded at all hours of the day or night. Dec. IC, 1859. S | BORDER," S A CLOCK &. WATCH MAKER, AM) DEALER IN JEWELRY, Would respectfully announce to the citizen s of" Bedford, ana the public in general, that he j has opened a Jewelry Store in the building re cently occupied by 11. Nicodemus, Esq. nearly opposite the Bedford Hotel, where he will be pleased to see all in want of articles in Iris line He has on hand, and will constautly keep, an elegant assortment of JEWELRY, and will re pair Clocks and Watches in the bert style. He hopes to receive a liberal share of patronage, as lie feels satisfied he can render satisfaction to all who entrust him with their work. His terms will be moderate. He has on hand Gold and Silver WATCHES, Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Butter Knives, Gold and Silver IVns and Pencils. Btr. &,c. April 27, 185 s CHEAPEST !,32ST ! ! LARGEST !! ! £35.00 Pays for Tuition in Single and Double Entry Book Keeping, Commercial Arithmetic and Lectures BOARD S WEEKS S2O, STATIONARY $7. ENTIRE EXPENSES $62. Usual time from 6to 10 weeks. Every Student, upon graduating, is guaranteed competent to man age the books ol any business, and qualified to earn a salary of from 850Oto Siooo Students enter at any time—No Vacation—Re view at pleasure. First Premiums for Best Business Writing tor 1856, received at Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Ohio State Fairs. Also, at the principal Fairs of the Union (or the past four years. JJ^Ministers' Sons received at half price. For Circulars, Specimens and Embellished Views of the College, liiciose five letter stamps to F- W. JENKINS, Pittsburg, Pa. Jan 13, ISGO. "T> ED FORD CLASSICAL INSTITUTE |> REV. JOHN LYON, J R . ' T. LYTTLETON LYON, A. M., J 1 THE Summer session of this institution will open on Friday, the -Ith day of May 1860. It is the design ol the Principals, to make this Acadqmy, in all respects, a first class Institution, for the thorough instruction of youth of both sexes, and to prepare them lor any profession or position in life. The high moral and scientific tone of the school is well known to this community, and a strict disci pline will be enforced. A few boys, (the number is limited to ten,) will be received into the lamily of the Principals, as boarders. The beauty of the scenery and the salubrity of the climate render Bedford a most desirable loca tion lor such a school. Persons from abroad, visiting at the Springs, can be tiPar their children during the summer. It is desirable that pupils should enter at the com mencement of the session, and no pupil will be re ceived for less than one quarter. I S2OO per year, including boarding, TERMS. 1 washing, fuel, light, and Tuition in all ( the branches. > Terms for day scholars : P., Quarter. J June 10,'59. IJENGEL HOUSE, IT * JULIANA STREET, BEDFORD, PA. 1 HI ; subscriber, having renovated and refurnished this old established House, is now prepared to re ceive guests. He invites his friends and the travel ing public to give him a call. Having new lurni ttire, new beds, and everything necessary to render hearty cheer to those in want ola temporary home, he flatters himself that those who stay with him, will find themselves at the right place. He is fully prepared to receive visitors to the Springs, and all having business with the courts or otherwise. Ample stabling and carriage bouse is attached to the Hotel. Boarders will be received on favorable terms. ISAAC MENGEL.JR. Bedford, April 20, 1800, j;OIJNi)RY AND MACHINE SHOE. / TIIR -nbscrbers having formed a partnership j under the style of "Dock Sc Asclioin" for Hi'" ptir- I pose of conducting a general FOUNDRY AN I) MACHINE business in the establishment rerenllv erected by Milliard Dock, in Hopewell, Bedford rnnnlv.ato now prepared to execute orders for CASTh\'<!S AND MACIffIS'EH.Y of everv description. They will i build to order steam-engines, coal and drill-cars, j horse powers and threshing machines also, casting | of every kind lor furnaces, forges, saw, grist and 1 rolling mills, ploughs, water-pipe, columns, house , fronts, brackets, hcc., Kc. Thnv are also, now making a fine assortment ol STOVES of various kinds ol the latest patterns and most approved styles, including several sizes of COOK STOVES of the best make, besting stoves for ehiiiclies, oliicps, bar-rooms, Ike. A lull assortment of Stoves will be kept constant ly on hand, and sold at wholesale and retail, at prices, to suit the times, and quality, warranted qtial to the best Eastern make. Machinery of all iiuls repaired promptly. Patterns made to order. GILLIARD DOCK, C. W. ASCHOM. Nov. 11,1859 f ROCEBY AM) U c O N F E ('Tin N A R Y. THE undersigned has just teceived and keeps constantly on hand the following articles:— Collee, sugar, molasses, cheese, crackers, currants, prunes, raisins, figs, almonds, filberts, rocoa nuts, ground nuts, pecans, Eng. walnuts, cream nuts, can dies in variety, oranges, lemons, tobacco and cigars, allspice and pepper, spices of all kinds, baking so da, cream of tartar, sulphur, brimstone, canister and keg powder, shot, capsand lead, grain and grass scythes, whetting tools, wash tubs and boards, in digo, extract logwood, copperas, alum and madder, oil, polish and Mason's blacking, sweeping, dusting I stove, shoe and scrubbing, brushes, clothes, hair, tooth and flesh brushes, hat and infant blushes, hair oils and perfumery, purses and port monaies, pock et and memorandum books, bonnet and round guin combs, "ridding" and fine combs, br r eelets and beads, pens, pen-holJers, penknives, scissors, knife sharpeners, umbrellas, suspenders, spool cotton and floss, clocks, small looking glasses, violins, violin strings, toy watches, watch chains, curry combs, cards, horse brushes, shoe-thread, pegs and spara bles, Johnson's Arabian Liniment, Rock and Little's White Oil, Merchant's Gargling Oil, for man or beast, and many other articles of a similar nature. The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited. A. L. DF.FIBAUGH. June 17,'59.-ly. pj.OODY RUN FOUNDRY D AND MACHINE SHOP. THE subscribers are now prepared at thei Foundry in Bloody Run, to fill all orders for Castings of every description for GRIST . /.\ U SJIW-MILLB, THRESHLYG MACHINES, APPLE MILLS, PLOUGHS and all tilings else in our line that may be needed in this or adjoining counties. We manufacture Threshing Machines of 2, lor ! Horse i'ow >r, WARRANTED equal if not superioi ] to any made in the State. We keep constantly on hand a full assortment of Wood Cock, Plug and Hillside Ploughs, WARRANTED to give satisfac tion, or t.o sale. Points, shares and land sides to fit all Woodcock, or Seyler ploughs in the county. farmers' Bells, Ploughs and Castings of our make inay he had at the store of Wm. Hartley, in Bedford, Sonderbaugh & Pee, East Providence Tp., John Nycum & Son, " Times being hard, we offer great inducements to Farmers and Mechanics to buy of us. All kinds ot repairing done in a neat and substan tia! manner and ail work warranted. Call and ex amine our castings ar.d work and judge tor your selves. Our agents sell at foundry prices. JOSIAH BA UGH MAN & BRO. March 2G, IS.IB. T 0 MIL LOuNE Rs : S. D. BROAD has made Schellsburg his perma nent residence, and is prepared to do all kinds o work in the Mill Wright iine, on the most appro ved and durable plans, and reasonable terms. fie l .ts on hand the mo-t improved Smut and Screening Machines, Mill Brushes, Anchor Bolting t'lotfcq, both new anil obi, at city prices. .Mil] Burs can be procured from him and shipped to any point. o. D. BROAD. Schellsburg, Be.ljord Co., ( March i, 1859. J J) F.DFORD COUNTY MAP. I ) 1 W'll make a directory map of Bedford County Irom actual surveys, if a sufficient number of sub scribers can be raised to justify me in the enter prise. The map will be large and well finished and will show the location of all the public roads streams, boundary lines, towns, villages, Hotels, Churches, School Houses, Post Offices, stores, grist mills, saw mills Ac., ike., ml will contain the names ol" all the property holders, and show the busines that almost each one is engaged in [ will put on the same sheet maps ot ell the towns ami large villages, also tables and statistics ol the County and (if taken in time) the census of ISGO. Pains will be taken to make it as reliable as anv Map in the State. July l,'f>9. EDW'D. L. WALKER. Spectacles! Pbe subscriber has just received a spiendid variety oi C>c>lcl, Silver Mounted, and Steel Spectacles, with the finest Scotch Pebbles, su perior in clearness, and designed to suit persons ol all ages—warranted never to FAIL to which lie invites the attention of all who are in need ol the article. He has also just received an elegant assortment of JEWELRY—aII ol which lie will sell on reasonable terms. DANIEL BORDER. Bed/ord, May 22, 1557 % U"ASHIi\TOX VIOI NE, ~ BEDFORD. PA. MRS. S. FILLER would respectfully announce to her friends in Bedford County, ami to the public geneiaily, that she has leased, for a term of years, the large and convenient brick hotel, at the coiner o! I 'tt and . uhaua streets. Bef'ord, Pa., known as HPtfSK," and lately kept bv i MRS. COOK. Phis house is being thoroughly re'- litted and refurnished, and is now open for"the re cDc'rwUe/, quests. Visitors to the "BEDFORD | SI KINGS and persons attending Court, will find j this house a pleasant and comfortable temporary home —Every attention will be paid to the comfort and accommodation of guests. The table will at all times be supplied with the best the markets afloid. C-narges moderate. Extensive stabling is attached to this hotel, and a careful and competent hostler will be in atten dance. Special attention will be paid to the accorn mo .ation of tue farming community. March 30th. ISGO. ||U()AI) TOP KAIL IH)AI) ! Arrangements have been effected between the PENNSYLVANIA R. R. CO. and HUNTINGDON & BROAD TOP R. R. CO., by which Freights are transported at the following low rates ; From Hopewell to Philadelphia, Flour, G2i cents per bar rel. Grain, .'lt cents per 100 lbs. Merchandize Westward, From Philadelpnia to Hopewell, per 100 lbs., Ist Class, 75 cents. 2d class, GO cts. 3d class jSO cents. 4th class. 35 cents. Salt and Plaster :30 cents. ' Freights Westward are received at the Pennsvl vania Railroad Station, 13th and Market Streets, Philadelphia, and torwardec! daily. Freights Eastward are re ceiveil at the Hopewell station of Broadtop R. R., and forwarded duly. S. B. KINGSTON, JR., Fieight agent, Pen'na. R. R. Co., Phil'a. S. S, FLUCK, 1-riight Agent, H. & B. I.R. R.. Hopewell Station. Kiddlesburg Coal, Fine and Lump, al ways on hand and for sale. S. S. FLUCK. Sept. 7, i860.- f !, T !Ull-Mp).^l-,11, u i otnMlvtn .11 „_ .1 • ' •' '■ nl,— I, -.-'1.,.." i I J ' .'.l *.•"*',!.*l{ !; t T T. m INVARIABLY CASH. k'-'\ I JACOB SEED. c;.w. nrrp, j.,~ *, mi mit mm BANKERS & DEALERS IN p-r CHANGE; X " BEDFORD, PENN'A. Tj V RAFTS bought and sold, collect, ons mi J J and mom v promptly remitted. Deposits solicited. REFERENCES. HON. JOB MANN, Bedford, |> a ' JOHN CESSNA, 41 „ JOHN MOWER, R. FORWARD, Somerset, R'" n.N, RAIGUEL ft Co., Phu J. WATT & Co., Pittsbur J. W. CUKLEV, ft Co., „ $ HISSYA & s;i v\\o\- D , • • ,i n HAVE formed a J artnership in the Practice of the Law Off nearly opposite the Gazette. Office, where <T or tfie Other may at all times be found ' " Bedford, Aug. ], 18f>9. JOIIY P. SEED- * 0 ** ATTORNEY AT LAW, BFDrORr,, r 4 . Respectfully tenders his services to tht Pulli Otfice second door North of the M PU ,J House. 1 Bedford, Aug. 1, 1859. / j ii civmiEit "/• ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, Fa WJLL promptly attend to all business'en trusted to his care. Otlice on Pitt street, two cioors east of the. Gazette office. He will also attend to any surveying business that may be entrusted to him. (Nov. 4-, '59.] I C DICRE.V— --r u'l, Attorney ' at Law ' p isburg, Pa HILL attend promptly to all en trusted to his care. July 1, 1859.-1 v. ] OH.\ BORDER— GUNSMITH, BEDFORD, PA. Shop at the east end of the town, one door west of the residence of Major Washabaugh. All guns of my own manufacture warranted May 21,'58. OAMCEL KLTTLRMVY— COUNTY SURVEYOR, j vV OT'LD hereby notifiy the citizens of Bed ford county, that he has moved to the Borough 1 of Bedford, where he may at all times be tcund by persons wishing to see him, unless absent upon business pertaining to his office. April l(i, 1858.-tf. MAW vY BPAR6 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. I'h e undersigned have associated themselves in i the Practice of the Law, and will attend promptly to all business entrusted to their care in Bedford : and adjoining counties. i KF" Office on Julianna Street, three doors south of the "Mengel House," opposite the residence o ! Mai- Tate. JOB MANN Aug. 1, 1859. G. H. SPANG. j H LIYGEXFELTER— ! ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND LAND SURVEYOR. II ill .attend with /promptness to all business entrusted to his tare. VVn.r, ritA'cTiCK in BEDFORD AND FULTON COTTNTIIS. three doors North of the "Inquirer" Office. DR. C. F. HARRY— REsrECTFULLT tenders his professional services to the citizens ot Bed . ford and vicinity. I Office and residence on Pitt Street, in the building formerly occupied by Dr. John Hofius. Aug. 1, 1859. ' DR. F. C. REAMER— RESPECTFULLY begs I' ~ to tender his Professional Services to the 1 Citizens of Bedford and vicinity. ' j Kr~ Otfice in Julianna Stree't, at the Drug jaad Book Store. Aug. 1, 1859. I rpo BUILDERS.— J- The subscriber is fuUv preprred to furnish any -quantitv or quality of Building Lumber and Plastering Laths.— Orders directed to St. Clairsville, Bedfod County, wiil be promptly attended to, bv giving a reasonable notice. F. D. BEEGLE. American C ifc Justtvancc & £rnst (?c. I -A PITA L Stock, $500,000. COMPANY'S BUILDING, WALNUT STREET S. E. CORNER OP FOURTH, PHILADELPHIA. LIP R insurance at toe usual mutual rates, at about 20 per cent less, or at total abstinence rates, at the lowest in the world. J.C.SIMS, A. WHiLLDIX, Secretary. Pres.dent. JOHN J. SCHF.LL, Agent. Jan. 2;, 18G0. Bedford, Pa. M LGODBOLD, TUNER & REPAIRER ol Pianos, Melodeons &c., bus made arrangements to visit thi place regularly at stated periods. The next visit wilt be in October. Yearly contracts made. Price for tuning 5'2.00. First class pta;vs lor sale. Ordeis to be left at the "Gazette" office H. L. G. has permission to refer to the follow ins per.ons lor whom he has tuned : Hon. A. King, Hon. S. L. Russell, John Afoiver, Esq., O. E. Shannon, Esq.,JD r . U\ H. Watson. Kev. S. Barnes, Mrs. Freytet. June 29,"60. pio R S A L E, ! M O R E X C H A N G E. Three tracts of very choice farm land, contain ing 160 acres in each tract, situate on the Uhnoi- Centrla R. R. in Champaign co., State of Illinois s miles trom the city of Urbana, and 1 mile from Ken tun! Station on said road. Two of the tracts adjoin, and one of them has a never failing pond of water. Ihe city ot !• rbana contains a population of 3000. Champaign is the greatest wheat growing country in the State. Address, F. C. REAMF.K. Bedford, Pa. LTNITED STATES HOTEL, ) S. E. Cor. uth&r Market Sts.. PHILADELPHIA W. KANAGA, 1 D M. McVEV, J P OPB>ETOR S. Feb. 3, I*lo. A LOT OF PURE MAPLE SUGAR, FOR SALF a b y J uly2o,'CO. A. L; DF.FIBAUGH.

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