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ASDKEW G. •CPUIIN, WKO 14 now o
ver the State, hot !n hand, soliciting voU , like n
bliml beggar asking for jienriic.', delivered a
Hpeecli nt Kfie on the 10th instant, in which ho
charged Judge Woodward with heing hostile
to our adoi>ted citizens. Even if the shoddy
candidate had been correct in the statement
which was made by him know ing it to he false,
if would have come with a very grace
irotu ih')-hitter and proscriptivo Know-Nothing
.i Iftfil Andrew <T. Curtin greatly distin
guished lifeisclf at that time by the prominent
part he a in the persecution of men on ac
' lUiu "i llieir religion and birthplace; and
srttao of die very men to whom he spoke at
Erie had been with hitfi in the secret meetings
of the American Order. Is the miserable hyp -c
ocrite who retails a base slander against hi.*
manly opponent, prono-ittcod "honorable and
without stain" by the Chairman 6f the Aboli
tion State Committee, deserving of the suffrages
of the honest freemen of Pennsylvania ?— Age.
Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Disease 2!
A CAtiD.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Tbo undersigned having been restored ro health
in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, alter hav
ing tuffeied several years with a severe lung affec
tion, nini that dread disease, Consumption—is anx
ious to make known to bxs fellow sufferers tbe means
of cure.
'X'o all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the direc
tion* for preparing and using the same, which they
will find n sure care forCoNSUiMrrio.N, ASTHMA. Biton-
CBITIS, COUGHS, Coi-ns, ike. The only object of the
(vertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the : filicted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes every suffer
will try his remedy, s it will cost ti.ern nothing
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please ad
dress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg!., Kings Cbunty, N. Y.
September 25—4 m
MIRSBURG SEMINARY,
For Young Ladies aud Gentlemen.
The Second Quarter of the Fall Term of this
institution will commence, Monday, Oct, 26.
Tne rates of this Institution are ve y reasonable.
Ail branches useful and i f. amental taught.
Ft r information, address.
J. W. ItUGHES, Principal,
Rainsbu'g, Bedford Co., Pa.
October 9, 1563—1t.-
19 TTi'Jicliie.ars Wanted.
The School Directors of Cumb-rlantl Valley town
ship v. isb to employ twelve good competent teach
ers to take charge of the Schools in raid towhahip
the ensuing school tnm, to whom liberal wages
will be giver. Teachers ate requested to meet the
L'oard ol Directors at Ceutreville, on the 9th day o
Novernbei next.
D. R. ANDERSON',Sec'y.
October 9, 18G3—3t.
Kfotfice.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to tho
estate op, John N. Utatlcr, dee'd, are lisrebv notified
tiitiA all accounts, notes, sale list, fee., are due aud
must be paid. The hooks, sale list, notes, fee., are
nr the hands of Join. Smith, Esq., in Schellsburg.
Pay up and ruve costs ue no time will ne given.
SAMUEL G.STATLEK, Adtn'r.
October 9, 1863—3t
NOTICE:
.All persons knowing themselves indebted to the
i d. .rigned ire .. quested to make immediate pay,
merit and thereby save costs.
SAMUEL U. STATLEK.
St. C'aifsville, Oct. 3t
Notice to Retailers of Merchandise, &c
I, censes, for 1883, are no\v ready in my office,
and wonldTike the s.me to be lifted by November
Court. A6 my teim <rf office expires i" the first ot
January, 1804, prompt attention will save trouble.
A. J. SANSO.YI, Co. Treasurer.
October 9—31.
NOTTICK
K hereby given, that I have filed the final account
of my udministi iCiou upon flic estate of Thomas
IN be, lute of Bedford Boiough, dec'rl., which has
been confirmed, and wil apply for discharge at next
teim of Orphans' Court.
Oct. 9_3t G. IE SPANG.
Dissolution of Partner?,hip.
The partnership in tire business of Woolen Man
iifsct eg. heretofore existing under the name of
I n:. .. . 17., '; this day dissolved by mutual
c . s !.. The books of the firm are in Ihe hands of
J. f-utz for collection- AII persons knowing them-|
■ S-es indtbte I te or having claims against in. will
plek-e ea'l i ; I Mile. J. fe S. S. I.U 11.
CG)~Tht business wi Ibe conducted in future I y
J. I.ulz fe Co. Oct. 1, (J) ISC3—3t
STRAY CATTLE.
Taketi up trespassing on the premises of the sub
scriber, .ir. St. Clair township, two head of cattle, a |
Steer and red and white spotted Heifer, each having
a crop off ot the right ear, and a piece out of the
same ear, one year old last spring. The owner is
requested tr. come and prove property, pay charges,
a;id tgke thctm atvay, or ttiey will bo said according
lo law.
THEODORE SLEEK.
October 0, 18G3.—3t.
EX .ECU TOR'B NOTICE.
Letters trltamentary on the estate of Jonathan
Boiler, late of We st Providence township, deceased,
having been granted to the subscriber, by the Reg
ister of Bedford en unty, all persons indebted are no
tified to make paytn eht immediately ; and those hav
ing claims against '.the estate are requested to pre
sent the 6ame ptoper ly authenticated lor settlement.
(IE URGE BAUGHMAN, Ex'r.
October Sj IS5.3—(Et.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
In the matter vf the assign-") Iti the Court
ed estate of Dand T. Miller, jof Common
and the nc, tint of Alexander J-l'leas of the
llolsinger and John Btaj er, as- j eo'ty of li.:d
-signot#*. J ford.
Tne auditor appointed to report a distribution
of the bale tree in the ha.nds of said assignees
par account confirmed tit .August term, 1803,
atttoiiv.til the creditors of said David T. Miller,
will meet said creditors and all parties interest
ed at his office, in Uedford, on Friday, October
IC, ISfill, at one o'clock, P. .M.
A. HUNG, Auditor.
October 2.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Letters uf administration r.m the estato'of
NVUjiaui Kjifff.!, late of Hedfdrd township, da-1
ceissed, have been granted to Hire subscriber, all j
persons indebted to said estate i re requested to 1
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against'tho panic Will pfes Ant them duly j
autUemii at,t'tl lor seltieuient.
JOHN CESSNA, Jidm'r.
Octoj,?r 2, 1803- 6/4.
EXECUTOR'S Nonas. '
Lett-r' tiMtntr.--i.isry on the ls-t will, fee., of I
Eli?-h9th 6. Miller, late ofSchelfsbufg-.Boro', deed.,
hsvn:.- been grunted ta the snbsctilier, residteg in I
Bt. Clair to we ship; all persons indebted aro therefore 1
notified 1 onmike payment immediately; arid those I
having claims will prtsent them projietly autltenli- I
cut d tor setUßtnent.
J. F. J. OSTF.R, |
Octob.-r 2, ISG3—fits. Ex'r. i
i *
> DB. EABWAY'S FILLS.
ARE THE BEST TTIRCATjyE PI LLP. '
ARE THE lIE-V PUROATIVE PILLS.
ARE THE HLST l'UKGA'rn'E PILLS..
NO SIEAININO.
NO GRIPING.
NO TENESMUS.
NO rit.ES.
NO FALSE CALLS TO THE WATER CLOSET.
BUI ABBIBE ASD THOROUGH*
EVACUAT • 0I F ROII THE BOWELS
13 ALWAYS SECURED.
Newly Discovered Principles ia Purgatives.
[. Dc Railway's Pills If t.io be t Purgative Pills In tho
v.-orld,iinil*ttie -i:ily Vegetable Substituto for Calomol or
tjcrcury over discovered. Tbcy aro composed of
VEGETABLE EXTRACTS FROM ROOTS.
JIKKHS PLANTS, GUMS, SEEDS, FLOWERS,
JAPL*- FRUITS AND WEEDS, PRE
' 'f ARED IN VACUO.
On" criln of the *Stract of tho modiclnal proper
lies o'i'diiviv'i I'ills u'hpm n prcater curultvo power
,v r tiwe.ro than a thoiisa *' V l ' tho cruiio aud inert
in toriaLi Ul.it enter !uc .ill IMa in uso. The*,
Pill < nro compounded oi tho acti\ ;nccliciual proper
tho Iloot.s, lie b.i. Plants, FlowGuins, sc. of
wliioii they are toraposnd. Olid <1(130 esr
fiup.; iority to uil other pills. 'i'hc>*
PURGE, CLK.VXSL\ PURIFY, TIFAL, . 1
> * IXVIGQRATK,
And REGULATE THE SYSTEM."
Their Great ContbiEßatious;
They .iro Aperieat, Toole, Laxative, Alterative, Stlm
ulaul, Counter I. Rita d, .Suiloriflo.
AS EVACUAXTS, #
They ore more certain aud thorough than tho Drastic
r,:: iof Atoe4,orCrrttr.;i or H.vL*m 0.1, or Elaterlum ;
and irioro soothing i.nd healing than ticuiia, or llheu
ha; 1), or Taraa.-intls, or Castor Oil.
JX SODDEN ATTACKS OF
Jnfl immation of tbo Bowcl.i or F torn rich, I-lvor, Pplocn,
l ime • a i or ]l;dney., Hilioiw Choljo or Bilious Fover,
lay or Fever, Small Pox,' Measles, or
h'c iriot Fever,
STX TO EIGHT OF DR. LADY/AY'S REGU
LATIXG PILLS WILL PURGE TIIE PRIMA
RY CAUSE OF THESE FROM TIIE- SYSTEM
IX SIX HOURS.
( no dose of Dr. liadwny'a Pills will cleanse the intcs
t.ird caual, and pur;:e from tbo bowels all offending
an 1 retained humor*, ru thoroughly as lobelixor tho
I t approved emetic \vi:l cloaoso tho stomacli, with
out producing IpAsimmation, Irritation, weakness,
STRAI X I X G ,
or other iinpfrosnnt symptoms. Tlio.ro nro no rtber
| ..uvop.iid in t. o world that Will .secure this dcoi
i.j. ..iini.
I ITER TIT AX CALOMFL OR BLCE PILL
1 Till Til t\ T C.\l O.'.fKL OH BLUE ITIX.'
. ' 'll 't TB \N T f'M nMEL n:> nf.UE FILL
AG ALTERATIVES,
Thov rxrrolsa n. more powerful 1: 2'jonco Over the liver
and' its secretion* than calomel, mercury, Wuo pill,
hcm:o their iiTiportauco In cases of I.ivcr Comp!aurt.s
a: :: Rpjcoti lMfifcultlcs, Jajndlco, Dyepc]ißla, Bilious at
tacv.s Headache, Ac. lu tho treatment of Fevers, either
BilL- Yellow, Typhoid, u;id%dber reducing Fevers,
tV" nro superior to qmnlno. Their Influcuco oxtondj
ovi-- tl:o • ~.10 ty.--so, <' Niiroliiug, strengthening,mid
hr.i 'fi il.o r laxod und wasting energies, and regu-
I .fi.N liil t a'Hi retioosto t 1 • natural performance of
tlivi diit; , f''a:;-irft and purifying tho blood, and
i pure v<: % tho system ail diseased deposits and im
pure humors.
DR. RADWAY'S PILLS.
ONE TO SIN BONES WILL CURE
Ciiftivi'iicss, j.Tauniiica, jßiu-h of Blood
' I'li.-itlpi'.iion, i Joug.t'vo Fo-i to the Head,
Conge*t.ion, 1 vcr, lObstructions,
llf Art Disense. | Sleepiness, ' |Propsy, n
DiK'ivecf K iil-| Gon'l Debility, lAcute Eiysipe
liev & El.iflder.; 1 'brua'cS of' S't lu.s,
Piiwiu-u of Li- 1 Fite, Headache,
vcr, | Lown'uof Syir- Bad Breath,
Biliouvnc*.", I it*, hifhmation of
i'yiihvi* i'VicvQu'.iisey, iho Intestines,
Ship Fever, | Dyspepda, Apoplexy,
Jla'iguunt Fc- Mc.k,le:>, Enlargement
wr. Melancholy, of the Spleen,
Loi-s of Appe Hyht.'ries. Scurvy,
tile, Aiuoaorrliiua, l Whooping
Indigestion, Fainting, Cough,
Inflammation, Dizziness, |Worms,
I'alpitations, Retention of Iliad Dreams,
Scarlet Fever, Urine, Pleurisy.
Bilious Fever, I
I AM CURED.
" I liavo tikrn t ix doc of I'.idwn.v's Tills, of thrso
pill, caoh, in s x Jay i; Gi".v cured 1110 of ConstipaGon,
auit Jyjrv-ia. I I m'.u taton i)——ill's,
A larid innuy otiior pills for years, and could
only obtain temporary roast'. If I Ftonped I'ao uso of
these pills lor o iieuk I . ul i coinpluiut troulJ appear,
tlx i.0.-ed 01 R-dwar's lails enro l me.
U.i.l'ii.-i' LENNfiT, C. S. C. S."
"I have Puffcred will Tyspenria and XJvor Cim
plaint for seven years—tiani used ell sorts ol' pills—
I toy would yivMuo temporary comfort, but was cotn
pelled to to.e them ail tiro to v I trave rroetl one box
ofjir. Iladivay's Mis ;1 am cured. I Lavo not takeu
a particle of medicine ia six mouths.
C. >1 CHILIiS, Roxbury, Nats.
TILFA, STRAINLMI AND TFNTSMU3,
I'll.! S,STI:AIM' G AN i TEN'I.SMUS,
Aro rtio rosults r-f lultornaation or trriutiouof Hie ma
tares memb ruto r f ti> bowoia, iti'iuced by drastic
p..i —lie' o frt ;■I a, inslt iI of ireirtv i!i, solved
by thoclr 10, are Carrie. I to tiro lower bowels, uud In
i, a•a, j s-rtit c jr.ovemeni or evacuntion by their
l. riittl "I A-.r."; I • ,a j siirp. rramjM, wnMcMty
• errs, ]i'h tu td tci rrrrri, ntrl the f rrquilil fnUc raili
II the r i v.t t. thai p. t t. t t unilcryo who lake these
i . ill..
it j , i won! I avoid t'l—e annoyances, whenever a
i:,.: ■ ~;vo ' uur.o ir r< I'lilwd, tri.o a done of
K.VLrW.uV'o LLGl'loVilNtr TlidL 1 -.
TEEV V,PURGE THOROUGHLY AND
LEAVE TIIE lIOWRLS REGULAR.
ToTon; t'Flu'leJ with TILL', nuy re'y on a positive
cure by their tr-e.
t-OATLI) Willi HIM.
c.UT;.;) WITH oca.
t OAT'Kq WITH r.RA
T. I' deary's Tills nro elepintiy C afed Willi Gum.
a i. ou irum Ire to or nun!l, i' nr lm taken et uil limes
tin !on it!! occasions. No thinner n.'l'l rasuit front colds,
if , X;H, I'D to wet or damp Wiraihcr after ump' thoso
FIX OF RrtDWAY'S TILTH
fTivc swurcd u \ i cTOouatioa, iu tcvcro cases
of iuil tiiiMi ltioii ol" t!iu BuA'. i*, J'aialyaid, <tc., alter
t YoUm (h;. liari nu Oil, lim-cUoijK aud<-thor luoau.Hr.-jin
r\c y fii.cJ. A do. oof K ■ i'.vayPills will n-tnovo all
!Ar'tfiiiti:-, au-l ct't'u:o a f;-or DircclloiLS for
u : c.ichbtK£. IVlci |'<t h-'Xjccrt-. Sold
Iy i vi.'.gi. Is, Moilici.,.' IV .i. :s. a..ii Hoi M-kcepcrs.
" i. J. —Lv. ry .l li.H In' 'u luruishod with frcih
mll ow n:idn Pi)!- am r.i'h box is enclosed with
a . teel JlutruVJd L.Ud, tan- r""t. others.
IIAII.'.'AY 6t O).,
o'T ILiidea L;ao, Xcw York.
Oct. 9th 18013.—1y
CAUTION.
All persons are cautioned against tr e passir)£ on
tli preniises of the subsclibor by hunting or other
wise, as I will enforce the law against all persons
so oflending.
SIMON BRUMBAUGH.
Middle W'oodberry, Sept. 18, ISC3—3ts.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE-
Letters testamentary on the last will, &c., of Pe
ter H. Studebakcr, late of Napier township, dee'd.,
having been granted to the subscriber, bv theKeg
i rfer' of Bedford county, all persons indebted are no
tified to make payment immediately; and those
hiving claims against the, esta's are requested to
present the same properly nthenticoted for settle
ment. THOMAS P. STUnUBAKER.
September 11, 1503—fits Kx'r.
SPECIAL NOTICE-
The Froprietois of the GIRARD HOUSE. Phila
delphia, would respectfully call tire attention of
BuW'tess men ami the Traveling eon.rptinity to the
superior accommodation and comfort ot their estab
libOmeirL
KANAGA, FOWLER & CO. '
At'gnst 21, 1903—3 m.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS AND DIRECTORS.
The Annual Examination of Touchers will take
p'ace in the several districts,at the usual plates, as
follows : East Providence, Saturday October 10111,
West Provijeuce end Bloody [tun Borough; Haturdsy
Oct. 171h; Bedtord Borough end Bedford Township,
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 21st and 2- J; South
Woodberry, Friday Oct. 231; Mtddf* Woodberry,
Si urday Oct. 2llh; Union. Monday Oct. 28th; St.
Clair, Tuesday Oct. 27th; Napier and Sc'iellsburg
Borough. Wednesday Oct. 28tb; Juniata, Tuursday
Oct. 29th; Harrison, Friday Oct. 30th; Londonderry,
Saturday Oct. 3-lst; Colerain, Monday Nov. 2d;
Snakes ning, Tuesday Nov. .3d; Monroe, Wednesday
Nov. -Ith; Hopewell, Thursday Nov. 3th; Broad
Top, 1-tiday Nov. 6th; Liberty. Saturday Nov. 7th;
Cumberland Valley, Monday Nov, 9th.
Part of the examination will he written an t teach
ers must come provided with pen, ink Irnd paper—
They shotild also bring with them Thompson'* Sea.
sons or McGuti'ey'a 4th Reader, and Rrool's or
some other good Intelleotuil Arithmetic.
The Cyjunty Superintendent wishes to preser.t'
business of importance to the several boards <>( di
rectors, for their consideration, and desires that
they should be present and hold a meeting op the
day of the examination.
Examinations will begin ut 9 O'clock. A. M., and
those wishing to he examined should he thcie
promptly at the time.
No teachers, who intend to be examined in the
county, can be present as spectators.
'1 he public are invited to attend.
J. W. DICKFItSON,
Oct. 2. Co. Superintendent.
I'. II- AJKE il S ,
ATTORNEY .'IT LAW, Bedford, Pa.
Will promptly attend to all business entrusted to
I his care. Military claims speedily collected.
Office on Juliana street, opposite Ihe poxt-ofiice.
Bedford, September 41, 1883.
BcMovii (Ccuniij, sa.
At on Orphans' Court, held at Bedford in arm f"f
said County on the Gist day of August A. D. 1983
before the Judges ol said Court.
On motion of J. W. l-ingenfelter, Esq., the Court
grant a rule on the heirs and legal representatives
of Jacob Fluke late of Hopewell township, deceased,
to wit: Thomas, since dead, leaving five children,
nar.'es unknown, living Hi Ca nhria county, I ,
Alarii V-'fciitier, wife of Stephen Weimer, liv.r.g in
Bedford cod'tty; F.lizabetb Cypher, rtnee '-ad. leac
ing nine cdtiltlreil./tames unknown to your petition
err Win. Flute, residing in Bedford comity; John
Flu ice, living in tho State o' .Missouri; Kil Fluk •
in f> tlford county; Mmgartt, who ot George Bel
man. in Rock Island, Illinois, 'leorge F luke, your ,
petitioner; Catharine Broad, wife <>l S.imt. Broad |
Lewis Fluke; Susan, wife of James I'ink, residing
in Bedford county; Frederick, residing' in tho Ktatu
of Missouri, to be and apparr at an Orphans' Court
to be held at Bedford, in and for the County" oi Bed
ford, on the 3d Monday of November, the ICtfr day,
1863, to accept or refuse to take the real estafe ol
said deceased at the valuation which bits been val
ued and appraised in pursuance of a writ ot Parti
tion or valuation issued out of our raid Court and to
the Sheriff of giii County directed, or show cause
why the same should not be sold.
.-t-A<ie In testimony whereof I have h-v-unto
IS set my ham and seal ot said Court, at
hssWi'iel^Jßedford, the 10th day of September, A.
D. 1863.
Attest,
JOHN J. CBSSNA, A.] 3. KUNN,
Sheriff. Clerk.
Ociober 2, 1803.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE..
The lvcgLlcr of Hodforil County h.r.it. \ -
sued Letters tcitamcntcry to tl"- sm. enb.-r, up
on tho estate of Jacob Cypher, late of I-io
Township, iljc'd , lie hereby gives notice to : .!
persons having claims against the estate, lo pre
sent tire same p.. parly authoii'.L-a; -I for rettl -
nicnt; tin I all persons indebted aro requested
to make immediate payment.
DANIEL CYPHER, Ex'r.
Sept. 25, IBj.'j—Ot.
GENERAL ELECTION
WHEREAS, iu and by an Act of General As-em
bly of the Commonwealth of renns) Ivann. ri.t 'tied
"An Act to regulate tire Gem r il Eb-ctions within
I this Commonwealth," it . enjoined upon me to give
public notice of said Elections and to enumerate in
saiu notice what ollicct, in- to'a elected, I, J.J.
CESSNA, Sheriff of the county ot Bedford, do here,
by make known and give this public notice to tbe
Electors of the county of Bedtord, that a General
Election will be held in said county, on the second
Tuesday (13th) October, 1863, at the several elec
tion districts, viz:
The electors of the Borough of Bedford and town
ship of Bedford, to meet rt the Court House in said
Borough.
The electois of Broad Top Township to meet at
the School Hone :n the town of Hopewell.
Tho electors of the Borough of Blood) Run to
meet a" the School house m said borough.
Tire electors of Colorant township lo meet at the
hon-.e of 1) Stuckey, in Uaintburg, in said township.
The electors of Cumberland Valley township to
meet a' tbe new School house erected on the laud
owned by John Whip's heirs in said township.
The electois of Harrison township to meet at
School house No. 5, near the dwelling hou-e of
Henry Kcvser, in said towns.-iip.
The elector of Juniata township to meet at Kay
ser's School house, in said lownship.
The electors of Hopewell township to meet at
the School house near the house ot John Dasher, in
said township.
The electors of Londonderry township to meet nt
the house now occupied by Wm. H. Mill as a shop
in Bridgeport, in said township.
The e'ectors ot Liberty township to meet at tbe
School house in Stonerstown in said township.
The electors of Monroe township to meet nt the
house lately occupied by James Carneil in Ciear
vtlle, in said township.
! The electors of Scbellsburg horough to meet at
: the brick School house iri said township.
The electors of Napier township to meet at the
| btick School house'in the borough of Schell-h urg.
| The electors of East Providence township to meet
| e.t the house LHely occupied by John Nycutn, jr.,
I in said township.
I The electors of Snake Spring township to meet
j at the School house near the Methodist church on
the land of John G. Hartley
i The electois of West Providence township to
! meet at School bouse No. 4, near David Sparks, iu
I said township
j The electors of St. Glair township to meet nt the
i store near the dwelling house ol'GideonD. Trout in
■ said township.
The electors of Union township to meet at Ihe
School house near Mowry's mill, in said township.
The electors of South Woodberry township to
meet at Ihe house of Samuel CL'er near Noble's
mill, in said township.
The electors of Southampton township to meet
at the house of Wm. Adams in said towniship.
The electors of Middle Woodberry township to
meet at tire house of Henry Fluke ill the village of
Woodberry, at which time and places tho qualified
electors will elect by ballot :
ONE PERSON lor the office of Governor of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
ONE PERSON for the office of Judge ol the Supreme
Court of tire Common wealth of Pennsylvania.
ONE PERSON' lor the office of State Senator, fot
three years-
ONE PERSON for Member of the House of Repre
sentatives of Pennsylvania, for Bedford county.
I ONE PERSON for the office of Prothonotary, for
I said county.
i ONE PERSON lor the office of Sheriff, for said
' county.
; ONE PERSON fot the office of Associate Ju ljje,
I for said county
: ONE PERSON tor the office of Treasurer, for said
i county.
ONE PERSON for tho office of Commissioner, for
i said county.
ONE PERSON for the office of Auditor, i. r said
county.
; ONE PERSON for the office of Poor Director, tor
sid county.
ONE PERSON for the office of Coroner, for said
county.
NOTICE /.>' UR.IU'VR GIVEN,
That every person excepting 'u 'ices of the Peace,
who sh.il hod anv office or appointment of profit
or trust under the United .Sißtss, or of this Mate, or
on> city or corporate;] !.trict, whether a commis
sioned officer or otherwise, a subordinate officer,
agent who is or shall be employed under the legis
lature, execu'ivp or Judiciary department of this
State or of any city, or of any incorporated district,
and aho, that every member of Congress and of the
State Legislature, and of the select or common coun
cil of any citv, or Commissioners of any incorpora
ted district, is by law incapable of holding or exer
cising at the time, the office or appointment of
•lunge, Inspector or Clerk of any election of this
Commonwealth, and that rin inspector, judge or other
officer of such election snail be eligible to be then
voted for.
And the said act of assembly entitled ' n act re
lating to electiens of'this Commonwealth," passed
July 2d, 1819, further provides its follows, to wit s
' That t 1 • inspector and Judges shall meet at the
respective places appointed for holding the election
in the district at which they respectively belong,
before 8 o'clock in the rooming of the 2d Tuesday
of October, and each said Inspector shall appoint
one clerk, who shall be a qualified voter of such
district.
'ln cas* the perron who sh.'l j:* teceived th*
■ second highest number of vot* ■ lor inspector shall
, nut attend on the day of any election, then the per.
' -on who shall hive received the isecond highest
j number oi voles far Judge at the next preceding
• election sbill act as inspector in his place. And in
j ease the p-von who has Tcceived the highest num-
I ber of von .. fur inspector shall not attend, the pr
--! sou elect,'! judge shall appoint an inspector in his
: place, ami if any vacancy shall continue in the
\ board for ;he space of one hour after th- time fixed
by law tor tlie opening of the election Ihe qualified
voters Inr (be township, ward or districr for which
such officer shall have been elected, present at the
election, shall elect one of their number to fill such
a vacancy.
"It stall be Ihe duty of the several assessors re
-1 cpectivdy to attend at the p'ace of holding every
genera', tpecial.or township election during the
v. hale tune such election is kept opm, for the pur
pose of giving inlorrnation to the inspectors, and
jiid"e when called on, in relation to the right of any
p. , ~u assessed by hem to vote at such election,
and on such Other matters >n relation to the assess
ment of voters, as the said inspectors or either of
ibeio shall from Uine to 'iroe requiie.
"No person shall be permitted lo vote at any elec- j
lion as aforesaid, than a white freeman of the age j
of twenty one or more, who shall have resiled in I
I,ii s Slate at least one year, and in the election His- j
trict where he oilers to vote, ten days immediately
preceding such election, and within two years paid I
a Mute cr county tax which shall have be-a assess- j
ed al least ten days before the election. But a cit- j
izen ol the United States who has previously been
a qualified voter of this State andNemcved theiefrom
and returned, and who sh ill have resided in the !
election district and paid taxes, aforesaid, shall be j
entitlea to vote after residing in this State six
month*. Provided, That the white freemen, citi- .
zens of the United States, between the age of twen
ty-one and twenty-two years, who have resided in I
the election district ten day. as aforesaid shall b j
entitled to vote, although Ihey shall not have paid
tax'-
i.tv',l person shall be permitted to vote whose,
came u not contained in the list of taxable inhabi |
tarns furnished by the Cornmissioneis, unless : ;
First he produce a icceipt of payment, within two
years of Matt? or County tax assessed agrpeably to j
the Constitution, cm! qive satisfactory evidence on
his own oath or affirmation ol another that he has |
paid such a tcx, ol in failure to produce n receipt!
sir ' make oath to the payment thereof : or second
if ha claim a right to voti? by being an elector be- j
I ween the age of twenfy-one and twenty-two years j
shall depose oil oath or uffixmation, that he has re
sided in the State at least oife year next before his .
application,and make such proof of residence in the j
disii ict as is required by this net, end that he does j
verily believe, Irom the account given him that he i
is ol the i.go aforesaid, and give such other evidenc |
a-is required by this act, whereupon the name of.
the person so admitted to vote shall be inserted in I
ihe alphabetical list by the inspector, and a note j
iTia Ie onpstite thereto by wiiti. g Cn" word "tax," I
il he shall be admitted to vote by rga.on of having !
paid tux, or the wonl "age" if he shall bu admitted j
lo vo.e bv re a on of age, and in eitdiei ca-e the rea* I
son of such a vote shall be called out to the clerks,
who shall make a like note in the Jits of voters j
kept by them. . j
"In II c ses where the name of the person claim
ing to vale ,s not four d on the list furnished by the !
commissioners, or his light to vote whether found J
ihereon or not. is objected to by any qualified citi- ;
zen, it shall be the duty of the inspectors to examine j
si ' person on oath as to his qualifications, and if
be claims to have resided within the State for one j
ye-r or more, his oath sh ill be sufficient proof tfurre- j
of, but he shall make piool by at least one compe- ;
tent witness, who shall be a qualified elector, that I
he has resided within the district for more than ten I
days immediately preceding said election 'nil shall ,
also swear that his bona fide residence, in pursuance
of his .lawful callirg is within the district, and
that lie fid not remove within the district for the
purpose of voting.
■'Every person qualified as aforesr.nl, and who
shall make due proof if required, of his residence
anil payment of taxes aforesaid, shall be admitted
tovote' in the township, ward or district in which
he shall reside.
'•lf any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent
ar.v ollicer ol un election under this act iru : holding
such election, or use or threaten any violence to
ary such ollicer, and shall interrupt or improperly
interfere with hirn in tha execution of his duty,
,-ha.l block up or attempt to block up the window
v c .iTetu.o to r.ny window where th>i sauie may be
holdcn, or shall riotously disturb the peace of such
election, or shall use'or practice intimidation,
threats, force or violence, with the design to influ
ence unduly or overawe uny elector, or prevent him
from voting, or to restrain the (reedam of choice,
such persons on conviction shall be fined in any sum
not exec ihng live hundred d dlats, to be imprisoned
for any time not less than one or more than twelve
months and if it shallba shown to the Court where
the trial ol such offence shall be had, that the per
son so offending was not a resident of the city, ward,
di.fict or township where the sail offence was
committed, and not entitled to vote therein, on
conviction, he shall be sentenced to pay a fine not
less than ic hundred or more than one thousand
dollars, and be imprisoned not less thau six months
nor more than two years.
"If any perron or persons shall make any bet or
wager upon the result ol an election within the
Commonwealth, or shall offer to make anv such bet
or wager, e -her by verbal proclamation thereof, or
by any written or printed advertisement, or invite
rny person or persons to make such bet or w.'.ger,
upon conviction thereof he or they shall forfeit und
pii) three times the amount so bei or offered to be
the Judges of the respective districts afore,
said, aie required to meet at R .Void, on the Friday
next following the holding ol said election, then
and there to perform things required of them
OA-en" under my hand, at my office in Bedford, tt.is
4th day of September, in the year ol our Lord,
oue thousand eight hundred and sixty three, and
the eighty-sixth of the Independence of the Uni
ted Stales.
JOHN J. CESSNA,
September 4, 1863. S eriff.
rami jrmpruster <S- n^o.,
No. 300 North Third Street, l'hiladetyhm.
LOOKING GLASSES, COMBS, CEDAR WARE,
CORN BROOMS it BRUSHES,
lances, Cambrics, Jaconets, Mull Muslins,
Gloves and Hosiery of all lauds,
And ti general stock of FRENCH, GERMAN
und ENGLISH GOODS.
I larch li, 18G3.—ly
werEE ir
G ft'ocefs.
i7 NOUTII THIRD STRUCT,
SUOVK CAI.I.OWIIII.L,
PHILADELPHIA.
Mtorrh 7, 1863 —ly.
' Hartley's Column.
rr
4s*--' flraij M
1
ilsfaetoai
The great Eureka Hav, Straw and Fodder Cutter
and Crusher, can now be obtained from Wm. Hart
ley, agent for Bedford and adjoining counties. This
cutter now stands UNEQUALLED. Three sizes are
made, and the largest size will cut and crush as
fast us three men can teed it. Hay is scarce and
will be high in price. Sensible farmers will save
their hay anil feed cut corn fodder to both horses
! and cattle. Try one of these cutlers, faimers, and
j you will not regret it. All machines warranted.
Hartley is also agent for the celebrated
£ *Kcy-Stonc Cider-AIiSI."
Which is the BEST AND EASIEST BUKMHO MILL now
made.
Hardware ie all its variety can be had at the
Mammoth Store
0 F
William Hartley,
at low rates, as the greater part of bUimmense
stock was purchased at the OLD PRICES
Hartley is sole agent in Bedford county, for the
sale ol the celebrated
CIIAMBERSBURG COOK STOVE,
which i* the heaviest and best planned Cook Stove
ever 6old in this county, as all must admit who ex
amine it—call aud see it.
HOUSEHOLD HARDWARE AND IKON
COOKING UTENSILS, POTS, WAF
FLE IRONS, SKILLETS, GRID
DLES, GRIDIRONS, StC., IN
GREAT QUANTITY.
Iron and JYailtt,
jly the jwiind or ton.
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY,
BUILDING MATERIAL, LOCKS. HINGES,
GLASS, PUTTY, PAINTS & OILS.
BRUSHES, of aU kinds, at OLD PRICES.
PLANES, CHISELS, BRACES AND BITS.
W 0 0I) E N W ARE.
SPAIN'S JTMOSPIIERIC CHURNS,
Wash Botrds. Buckets, Brooms, Baskets, Shoema
kers' and Saddlers' Tools and Findings
of all kinds.
MOROCCO AND CALF SKINS.
Carriage Springs, Axles, Steel, Felloes, Bows, En
ameled Muslin—Forks. Rakes, Scythe Snaths,
Grind Stones. Grain Cradles, Shovels, Spades,
Mill Saws, Meat Saws and Hand Saws.
A NEW ARTICLE OF COAL OIL,
the cheapest in town, as it does not burn away fast
TRY IT. The new Philadelphia INDIA
RUBBER OIL PASTE.
BOOT AND SHOE BLACKING.
the best article of the kind made. Try a box.
COAL OIL LAMPS,
BLOODY RUN CASTINGS,
.jRESH PHILADELPHIA GARDEN SEEDS
Warranted Genuine and Good.
Hartley is also agent for the unequaled
GUM ROLLER, GUM SPRING
Grsiisi Drill;
This is now too well known to need commendation. !
Hartley WARRANTS every machine sold to come
up to the REPRESENTATION. He has solo to
'
hundreds —and has bad NO LAW SUITS, lleis
agent for the very host Farm Machinery and Cook
Stoves the genius of man has yet produced. Any
person wanting* Reaper, Mower, Cook Stove, Grain
Drill, or i'ann Implement of ANY DESCRIPTION
will find it to their interest to buy Irom HARTLEY, j
both as to quahtyt of goods and prive
iled ford . M; rob 13, ISC®.
j FAMILY DYE COLORS.
Marl, X?sTMagentt,.
Dark Jilue, /&/"~ Maroon,
Light Bine, A/ A \°\ Orange,
; French Viae, pi M I gl />//•,
! C//7 Brown, I I r- 7 (' / Patple,
Mark Mourn, )D Royal Purity
\ Mtr'ff Brown, \ Scarlet,
| Dark Drab, Sol/erino,
Dark Green, Ttllow.
! Light Green,
! for Dyeing Silk, Woolen arid Mired Goods, Shawls,
Scarf,, Dremes. Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, Kid Gloves, Children's Clo
thing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel.
ETA SAVING OF 80 PER CENT,
For 23 ets von can color as many eoods as would
otbervoe co,t live times that sum. Various shades
can be pioduced from the same Dye. The process
is simple, and any one can use the Dye with perfect
success.
Directions in English, French and German, in
side of each package.
For further information, in Dyeing and giving a
perfect knowledge what colors are best adapted to
dye over othi rs. (with msny valuable recipes,) pur
chase Howe <V Stevens' Treatise on Dyeing and Col
oring. Sent by mail on receipt of price—lo cents,
ilanuftctured by HOWF. Sc STEVENS.
260 Broadway, Boston.
For sale by Druvgists and Dealers generally.
September 25, 1803—6 in.
P]ilo.ticip!)ia 3.tJccvtisctitnitc.
Lower 4® Llanky
WHOLESALE
TOBiCCO SXCFP&SEG4RS,
WAREHOUSE,
No 146 North Third Street,
Between Cherry and Race, West Side,
PHILADELPHIA.
Country custom respectfully solicited. Our
stock is large and will always be as low in price
as any in the market. March 6, ISG3—ly
VAN CA.UI' nosn. wx. WFSLLV KUSTt.
BUSII & KURTZ,
(Formerly DUNN, RAIQUEL & Co.)
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN
iancij D r 71 (!? o o 15 3 ,
No. 137 North Third Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
Cloths Cassimeres and Testings, Silks and
Dress Goods, Linens and White Goods, Laces
and Embroideries. Shawls) Ribbons and Trim
mings, Hosiery, Gloves and Notions.
A i,so—Bleached Shirtings, Colored Cambriea
Flannels, Jeans, Ginghams, &c.
March C, 1863—1y
HOWARD ASSOCIATION,, PHILADELPHIA,
I'a., Diseases of the Nervous System, Spermator
rhea or Seminal Weakness, Impotence, an! other
aflections of the Sevual Organs, Physical Debility
ami Premature Decay—new and reliable treatment,
in reports of the Howard Association, sent hy mail
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address,
Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUUH I'ON, HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
March 6, 1803—ly
Mi, Fill & CO.
HARDWARE
JOBBERS AND IMPORTING MERCHANTS,
No. 33? Market Street,
PHILADELPHIA,
Dealers in Butcher's Edge Eools and Files,
together with a general Stock of English and
American Hardware.
March 6, 1803.—1y
GSLLETTE & S€OTT,
AUCTIONEERS
Commission fllerdjanta
Juyne's Marble Building.
Gl6 Chestnut St., A* 616 Jarjnt St.
PHILADELPHIA.
JNO. E. GILLETTE. B. SCOTT, JR.
Apr. 17, 1833—1y.
(ilTm'clees & co."
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS.
AND
INDIA RUBBER SHOES,]
NO 133 NORTH THIRD STREET
OPPOSITE CHERRY ST.,
PHILADELPHIA*
Apr. 17, 1863—1y.
DS. TAYLOI!, VVM. K. HEMPHILL,
Taylor Hemphill,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SEGARS,
220 Marke tract, South aide, between 2d and 3d)
PHILADELPHIA.
March 6, 1863—1y.
MILTON COOPER, Wit. M. PABHAM, BOBT. P. WORK.
COOPER, PMIUM & WORK,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
HATS, CAPS, FURS
AND
STRAW GOODS,
IVo. 51 North Third Street,
BKTWKKN MARKET ANT) ARCH,
March 0, 18<i3-ly PHILADELPHIA.
JIAIOTN HUEIILER. I j GEO. BONBRIGHT
It. It. HOWARD. J |C. P. SUESSEROTT
BUHKLER. HOWARD & CO-
Importers and Dealers in Eoreigu and Domestic
liaUDUOT® ErUvD (EHar£<Eß||.
No. 441 Marker St., below Fifth, ,
PHILADELPHIA.
March C, 1863—1y.
ARMAR YOUNG, DAVIB YOttNO, H. C. MOORK.
JUlfi WW. BR9. & CO.,
IML'OKTRUB AND DEALURS IN
embroideries, LACKS,
White Good*. Hosiery. .Mitts, yiovus, rrimminga
4-c., No. 429 Market Street, 418 Commerce
street, PHILADELPHIA.
March 6, 1863. —ly

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