Newspaper Page Text
• BLYMIKE & SON
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS FROM NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA, TO WHICH THEY IM'ITE The attention of the PUBLIC. OIIR STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF THE FOLLOWING NAILS, SPIKES AND BRADS, ROLLED AND HAMMERED IRON, Of tvery size and description. Building Material. LOCKS, HINGES, BOLTS, SCREWS, PAINTS, GLASS, PUTTY, &c., &c., &e. CARPENTER, COOPER, AND MILLWRIGHT TOOLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Blacksmith Tools, ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES, SCREW-PLATES, TONGS, PINCERS, &C. Saddler's Tools and HARNESS MOUNTING. BUCKLES, OF ALL KINDS!; PATENT ENAMELED LEATHER, HOG SKINS, JAPANNED AND SELF ADJUSTING TREES; WOOD AND IRON HAMES, BITTS, AND TOOLS OF EVERY VARIETY. ALSO, GIRTINGS, REIN WEB AND SADDLE TREES. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CUTLERY, TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES i ALSO, SCISSORS, RAZORS, CARVING KNIVES, FORKS, d-c., SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS & FINDINGS; FRENCH CALF SKINS, CAMPICO M ADDRARS, PJNIC LININGS AND BINDINGS; FRENCH MOROCCO, LASTS, BOOT TREES, CRIMPING BOARDS, AND TOOLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, TO GETHER WITH PEGS OF DIFFERENT SIZES AND GRADES. Paints, Oils, &c. .Red Lead, Eiaek Lead, White Lead, Linseed, Whale and Sperm Oils; Turpentino and Varnish; Carriage Makers' Trimmings ; Springs, Axles, Fel loes, Shafts, Curtain Muslin, Duck, Patent Leuth er, Linifigs, Bands, Bows, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Chimueyt, Shades and Wicks. —ALSO— I'ORKS, RAKES, SCYTHES, SHOVELS, SPADES, WOVE WIRE, OIL CAR PET, LOOKING GLASSES, Ac., &e. CROSS CUT AKD MILL SAWS. C'offiEi Triniiuiii^^ Atrews, Studs, Diamonds, Handles, Lace tt Plates. Cedar Ware Tubs, Chums, Buckets, Baskets, Zinc Rubbers. Being in the Stove business for more than twenty years, we profess to be paiticularly ac quainted with that necessary household article, and have taken great pains to get a stove that is com plete. We ibirik we have succeeded, and otier to (be public the "WELLINGTON" COOK STOVE, or which we have he sole agency, ami will war rant it in every respect, we ask no purchaser to beep the stove unless it pleases. The purchaser can have a choice out of our large assortment of Stoves, consisting of ten or twelve patterns of the most improved Cook Stoves manu factured. PARLOR AND HEATING STOVES, In great variety. Alee, Cooking Ranges of the mo r t improved pattern. Tin Ware. We-still continue the manufacture of TIN WARK, keeping always on band a large stock, made by the best of workmen. Roofing, Spouting, and Job Work uone to order, invite the special attention of Country Merchants to our stock. We are piepared to whole. •ale on the most reasonable terms. ByCall at our Mammoth Store Room, on Pitt Rtreet, and examine our goods. Bedford, July 24, ISB# u Great Excitement! Farquhar has Caught the Elephant! Cheap Corner, Juliana Street. The Elephant having created a gieat panic among buyers in consequence of his high price freak s, Farquhar, by his first arrival of CUEAP GOODS, cap tured the old chap, and those who wish to buy cheap can be accommodated at CHEAP CORNER. We are selling LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Delaines, Shallies, Lawns, Lustres, and Shepherds Plaids, as low as they were twelve months ago. Calicoes, Bleached and Brown Muslins, and all kinds of Mens'' Wear, Ready Made Clothing, Sfc., 25 Per Cent. Uuder Panic Price. Our stock of BOOTS and SHOES is complete, and embraces every size and variety and of the best quality. FAMILY GROCERIES. Coffee, Sugar, Imperial. If. H. and Black Tea, best Golden Syrup, Baking Molasses, and every variety ot Spices. FISH AND SALT. Shad, Mackerel and Herring, in barrels and half barrels, Ground Alum und Dairy Salt. Tee public are cordially invited to examine our stock before buying elsewhere. J. B. FARQUHAR. Bedford, May 1, IBC3. mrnmrnfmi —O-0 REED AGAINST THE WORLD, FOR CHEAP SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS I A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED ASSORT MENT OF WHICH HE HAS JUST RECEIVED, AND INTENDS SELLING AT DECIDEDLY LOW PRICES! also, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries ot all de scriptions, all ol which contain bargains of the rarest kind, and will be soli either for cash or trade. Customers will find it greatly to their advantage to give him a call at the Emporium of Trade, op posite Hafer's Hotel. N. B.—No trouble to show goods. ap24 " KIRtItGLL HOUSE, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, C STREET, BETWEEN 44 AND 6TH STREETS, Near the National Hotel, and two squares from ttie Railroad Depot, WASHINGTON, D. C. Fine Parlors for the Accciiimodlionof Ladies. Room and Board per day - - • $2 00 Room and Board per wee T : • • 10 00 Rooms, alone, per day ... 1 00 Meals, each, - .... ,to Meals, per week, alone, - • 3 00 Lodging, if the room is vacated by 7 a. m. 50 The KIMJIELL HOUSE is newly and elegantly fur nished, and in every respect a first class Hotel. I invite the public to call and examine. A. F. KIMMELL, Proprietor. The best Livery Stable in the City, Attached. GENERAL STAGE OFFICE. Tbe following Stages run from the Kimmell Hous daily: To Leonardtown, St. Mary's Co., Md , via •liirrattsville, T. B. Beantown, Byrontown, Hewes ville, Charlotte Hall, Chaptico, and Leonaidtown. Also a tri-weekly line to Port Tobacco, leaves the Kimmell House every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat urday, at f, past 7 a. m., via Piscataway, Dulfield, to Port Tobacco. A. F. KIMMELL, Agent. January 16, 1863. M, PUMPS!!! If FIJV 1 am engaged ir. selling the Si IJrvv rie f >um P— certainly the f only pump well adapted to jFjW th ' s c 'tmate. V Persons in need of a good ; ! pump will do well to give ' :j me a call. from all parts 3 of the county will be attend -1 '.*■ ed to with promptness. i WM. C. SNIVELY, ■in ' SO Schellsburg. Aug. 1, 1862.—3 m NEW GOODS! The subscribers hnve just received a new sup ply of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which in addition to their previous stack, ren ders the present assortment complete. NOTWITHSTANDING THE GREAT AD VANCE IN GOODS THEY STILL HAVE SOME BARGAINS TO OFFER, A.\D RESPECTFULLY ASK BUYERS TO CALL AND EXAMINE BEFORE PURCHASING. A. B. CRAMER &. CO March 20, 1803. rnoTOGUAPHK. T. R. GETTY'S has just returned from the East, where he has availed himself of all the recent im provements in the Photographic art, and is now pre pared to furnish Pictures of every style and as per fect as can he had at any of the city establishments. His Photographs, especially his "Card De Visilts," cannot be excelled, in proof of which he only asks his friends and the public generally to call and see for themselves. He has brought with him a splendid stock of ROSEWOOD, EBONY AND GILT FRAMES, of all sites, ranging in price from SO Cents to 3 Hollars. Also a variety of frames for card pictures, as low as 20 CENT* each. Also a variety of BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, varying in price from 75 Cents to 9 Dollars, and holding from 12 to 100 PICTURES. These FRAMES and ALBUMS are made of the finest materials and are the cheapest ever ollered to the citizens of Bedford county, and being deter mined to sell CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST e can assure his customers that they need not go Isewhere to find as good an article at the same rice. Hie motto is "quick sales and small profits." T. tt. BETTYS. April 10, 16M. Economy Is Wealth! CURE MR COM FOR 13 CTS. THE BEST and CHEAPEST Household REMEDY in the World. Madame ZADOC POSTER'S GREAT COUGH REMEDY. Madame ZADOC PORTERS Cu ff Imm rative Pals im is warronted it A\ te! ole< ' rccori '' n S to ttle 'luec- tions, to cure in all cases Coughs Colds, Whooping /C //'X Cough, Asthtna, and all affec- Iv tiona of the throat ana Lungs. llnilijiiiwßrSa JMadameZadoc Porter's Ual- TRTP SBni ' s P re P are 'l with all the requisite care and skill, from Ml l\\m a ' nat ' on of the best rem -I \'i\ v §& edies the vegetable kingdom fIMJ If j 1 afiords, its remedial quali- Sfj / I fa ties are based 011 its power to ft I I EM assist the hea'thy and vigor- I I ESfl ous circulation of the blood, I I |s| t hro ' the Lungs. It is not a I iSsHI violent remeby, but emolieni V yill warming, searching and etfec- |||| tivej can be taken by the eSt '" 8rS0 " 01 "" '° Un^it N | viffllaag Madame Zadoc Porter's si J N |V I'II Tb "" 1 "hi" It-rn in use by •- - .Jf —1 he public for 13 years, and has acquired its present sale simply by being rec ommended by those who have used it to their af flicted friends and others. MOST IMPORTANT.—Madame Zadoc Porter's Curative Balsam is sold at a price which biings it in the reach of every one to keep it convenient for use of a single bottle will prove to be worth 100 times its cost.. NOTICE.—SAVK YOUR MONEY I—Do not be per suaded to purchase articles at 4s. to SI whi.h do not contain the virtues ola 13 cent bottle of Madame Porters Curative Balsam, the cost of manufacturing which is as great as that of almost anyother medicine and the very low price at which it is sold, makes the profit to the se.ler apparently small, and un principled dealers will sometimes reccommend o'h er medicines on which their profits are larger, un less the customer insist upon having Madame Por ter's and no other. ASK for Madame Porter's Cura tive Balsam, price 13 cents, and in large bottles at 25cents, and take no other. If you cannot get it at one store you can at another. 1 E?"So!d by ail Druggists and Storekeepers at 13 cts., and in larger bottles at 23 cts. HALL &RUCKEL, Proprietors, NEW YCRK. January, 23, 1863, —ly. KICIXIEID LEO. MANUFACTURER OF CABINET-WARE, CHAIRS, &C., BEDFORD, PA. The undersigned being engaged in the Cabinet making ousiness, will make to order and keep on hand every thing in his line ol manufacture. BUREAUS, DRESS IMG STANDS, PAR LOR AMD EXTENSIOM TABLES, CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, WASH STAMDS, SrC., UrC. will be furnished at all prices, and to suit every taste. COFFINS will also be made to order. CE?"Prompt attention paid to all orders for work. *.* Shop one door east of the residence of J. M. Russell, Esq., South side of the Public Square. RIChARD LEO. July 10, 1863 tf REBELLION AGAINST HIGH PRICES! Revolution in Bedford! E. M. IISIIIR and "LITTLE JOHN C.," have |itst opened a new FAMCY AMD DRY GOODS STORE, at the stand formerly occupied by Samuel Brown, immediately opposite the Washington Hotel, where they constantly keep on hand a very large assort ment of MUSLINS, CALICOES, GINGHAMS, &C., and pay especial attention to the sale of NEEDLEWORK, LADIES' COLLARS, CUFFS AND UNDER SLEEVES, LINEN AND SILK POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS, LADIES' HOSE. MITTS AND GLOVES, GEN TLEMEN'S HOSE, WHITE GOODS, SPDOL THREAD, LADIES' HEAD DRESSES AND VEILS, FANCY SOAPS, HOOP SKIRTS, JEWELRY, SHIRT FRONTS, fkC , fiC., ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD VERY LOW FOR CASH. The public are respectfully invited to call and see our stock before buyine elsewhere." E. M. FISHER & L. J. C. Bedford, May 8, 1863. tleii Savage Mills. The subscriber having a large Steam Saw Mill erected on the late George Moivry tract of timber land, is now ready to receive orders for LUMBER, such as White Pine Boards, Plank, Spruce Scantling and Boards, Plastering Lath, Shingling Lath, Shin gles, Fencing Boards and Bridge Timbeis ot any length up to thirty-six feet, Oak or Pine. KF"Orders left at my house in Bedford, or at the Mills, will be thankfully received. Prices mod erate. , THOS. C. GARRETT. Bedford January 2, 1863.—6 m. Terrible Übclosnres—Secrets lor the Million. A most valuable and wonderful publication. A wotk of 400 pages, and 30 .-olored engravings. Dr. HUNTER'S VADE MF.CUM, an original and pop ular treatise on Mar. and Woman, their Physiology, Functions, and Sexual disorders of every kind, with Never-Failing Remedies for their speedy cure. The practice of DR. HUNTER has long been, and still is, unbounded, but at the earnest solicitation of ru meious persons, he has been induced to extend his medical usefulness through the medium of his "Vat>K MXCUM." It is a volume that should HE in the hands of every family in the land, as a preventive of se cret vices, or as a guide for the alleviation of one of ihe most awful and destructive scourges ever visited mankind. One copy, securely enveloped, will be forwarded free of pc-tage to any part of the United States for 50 cents in P. O. stamps, or three copies for sl. Address, post paid, DR. HUNTER. No. 3 Division Street, New York. June 5, ISo3—lyw ' One Thousand Yards of Venitian and all Wool Carpeting, Matting, Floor Cloth and Stair Linen, just received. Cheap for Cash ot Wool. A. B. CRAMER & CO. May 29,1563. Pension A Rounty Claim*. Cessna & Shannon have received all the forms and instructions lor procuring Soldiers Pensions <V Bounty money. The earlier application is made the sooner claims will be attended to at Washing ton. CESSNA - * SHANNON, January 2, 1863, —tf. Hedtord Pa, GENTLEMEN, Please call and see our Cloths and Cassimeres. Fifty pieces just opened. A. B. CRAMER & CO. May 29, 1803. TO BUY CHEAP, Call at CRAMER & CO'S OLD STORE. May 29. HATS To suit all tastes, just received at CRAMER'S. May 29, 1863. ★★★ ■! DR. SWEET'S IMFALLIBLE LINIMENT THE GREAT REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS. SPRAINS, BRUISES, CUTS AND WOUNDS, PILES, HEADACHE, AND ALL UIIEUMATIC AND NER VOUS DISORDERS. For all of which it is a speedy and certain remedy, and never fails. This 1 prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Siv-.- i.f Connecticut, the famous bone srrter, a his ueeu used in his practice lor more than wenty years with the most astonishing success. AS AN ALLEVfAT OR OF PAIN, it is unrival ed by any preparation before the public, of which the most skeptical may be convince! by a single trial. This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically, Rheumatic Disorders of every kind, and in thou sands of cases where it has been used it has never been known to fail. FOR NEUR.VLOIA, it wi'l afford immediate re lief in every case, however distressing. It will relieve the worst cases of HEADACHE in thre, minutes and is warranted to do it. TOOTH ACHE also will it cure instantly. FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LASSITUDE arising from imprudence or excess, this Liniment is a most happy and unfailing remedy. Acting directly upon the nervous tissues it strength ens and revivifies the system, and restores it to elas ticity and vigor. I" OR PILES.— As an external remedy, we claim that it is the best I nown, and we challenge the world to produce an equal. Every victim of this distress ing complaint should give it a trial, for it will not fail to aflord immediate relief, and in a majority ol cases will effect a radical cure. QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are sopnetimes extremely malignant and dangerous, hut a timely application of this Liniment will never fail to cure. SPRAINS aie sometimes very obstinate, and en largement of the joints is I iable to occur if neglect ed. The worst cuse may be conquered by this Lin iment in two or three days. BRUISES, CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES, UL CERS, BURNS AND SCALDS, vield readilv to the wonderful healing properties ol Da. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINJMF.NT, when used accenting to directions. A'so, CHILBLAINS, h'ROSTED FRET, AND INSECT BITES AND SUNOS- Dr. Stephen fcweet, cf Connectiout, the Great Natural Bone Setter. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, is known all over the United States. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, Is the author of "Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linime t.t. DR. SWEET'S INEAT.LIBLF. LINIMENT Cures Rheumatism and never fails. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia. Du. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Burns and Scalds immediately. Du. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Biuises. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Headache immediately und was never known to fail. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Affords immediate relief for Piles, and seldom fails lo cure. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Toothache in one minute. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Cuts and Wounos immediately and leaves no scar. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is the best remedy lor Sores in the known world. Dr. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Has been used by more than a million people, and all praise it. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Taken internally cures Colic, Cholera Morbus and Cho. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is trul) a "friend in need," and every family should have it at hand. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is lor sale by all Druggists. Price 25 and 00 cents. A FRIEND Ix\ NEED. TRY IT DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, as an external remedy, is without a rivd, and will allevi ate pain more speedily than any other preparation. For all Rheumatic and Nervous disorders it is truly infallible, and as a curative for Sores, Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Ike., its soothing, healing and pow erful strengthening propel ties, excite the just won der and astonishment of a'l who I.:■ v i? ver given it atrial. Over one thousand ceitihr,. tof remark able cures, performed by it within '.h .est two years attest the fact. To Horse Owners! DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT FOR HORSES is unrivaled by any, and in all cases of lameness, arising from Sprains, Bruises or Wrench ing, its effect is magical and certain. Harness or Saddle Galls, Scratches, Mange, tic., it will also cure speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be easily prevented and cured in their incipient stages, but confirmed cases are beyond the possibility of a rat/- irul rare. No ease of the kind, however, is so des perate or hopeless but it may be alleviated by th.s Liniment, and its faithful application will always remove the Lameness, und enable the horse to trav el with comparative ease. Every Horse Owner should have this remedy at band, for its timely use at the first appearance of Lameness will effectually pievent those formidable diseases, to which all hor ses are liable, and which render so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless DR. SWEET'S Infallible Liniment, IS THE SOLDIER'S FRIEND, And thousands have found it truly A I' l icnd iai Need. C A VT 10 N. To avoid imposition, observe the Signature and Likeness of Dr. Sti phen Sweet on every label, and also "Stephen Sweet's Infallibly Liniment" blown in the glass of each buttle, without which none nre genuine. RICHARDSON & CO. Sole Propiietors, Norwich, Ct. MORGAN & ALLEN, Ceneral Agents, 46 Cliff Street, New York. fNtcambtr 3,1663.—Xj AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITION! THE •Mammoth Stock AT J. M SHOEMAKER'S CHEAP STORE, NOW OPENING. His customers and the public jrenerally arc in vited to call and examine for themselves. HIS CaJMOS 41 ARE OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST! LOOSi TO YOUR OWN INTEREST b Y EXAMINING MY STOCK. A LARGE LOT OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, OF EXCELLENT QUALITY, AND VERY CHEAP, form it part of my new stock. SPRING WEAR, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Ladies' Dress Goods, GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE, AC., AC. All t be lmd at the store ofj. M. Shoemaker. Red ford, March, 6, 1863. 80 SACKS OF GROUND ALUM SALT, Just Received at. J. M. SHOEMAKER'S. August 1-1 the ISC3. Executor's Notice. Letters testamentary on the le.it will and testa ment of Emanuel Kegg, late of Coicruin Tp., dee'd, having been granted to the subscrib-r residing in Borough ol Bedford, notice is therefore given to all persons indebted to make payment immediately, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement. JOHN MOWER, Sept. 4, 1863. Executor. NEW ESTABLISHMENT! SADDLEi, BRIDLES AND HARNESS! The undersigned would respectf illy inform the citizens of Bloody Run and vicinity, that he has just opened out a new shop for the manufacture of Saddles, Bridles, Harness and everything usually in the saddlery line of business. His work will be warranted as goo., as tha best and as cheap as the cheapest. Having been employed, for some time, in some of the best manufactories in Pittsburg, he flatters himself that he is able to give entire sat isfaction to all who may become his customers.— The public are invited to give him a rail. Shop next door to the store of Captain Wm. States. W. L. LENTZ, Bloody Run, June 12, 1863. UNION HOTEL~ WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PAz . V. STECKM AN, Proprietor. This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom modate the public in the best manner and on tbe most liberal terms. A splendid LIVERY STABLE is attaehed t this hotel. (May B NOTICE or INQUISITION. Whereas, Adam Weaverling, one of the ions and heirs at law ( >f Jaejl Weaverling, late of Wert Providence township, Bedford county, dec'd, pre sented a petition setting forth that the said Jacob Weaverling lut'y die I intestate, leaving a widow, named Elizabeth, whose light of dower has been telinqui-bed, and interest in the estate of said do. ceased fixid bv marii-g" contract and agreement,! copy of which is hereto annexed, and eight children, viz: Elizabeth, intermarried with James McDaniel, the said Elizabeth and her husband both deceaaed, leaving surviving them Millie, intermarried with ■lames O'Neal, Barclay McDaniel, residing in Illi nois city, 1 Hit ois,Susan, intermarried with E;ibraim linler, Daniel McDaniel and Eliza, inie;married with Samuel Bender, (she now deceased,) leaving i-uiviving tor, her aforesaid husband and lis chil dren, xUary and Bender, both minor ' .uo under the age of 21 years, Henry Weaver;., g, de ceased, leaving suiviving him a widow, Mary, and tan children, viz: Eve, intermarried with William Br'liter, Jacob I. Weaverling, Matia, intermarried wiin Jacob Cog.ut, D \ Id (now in the 11th teg't P.' V.,) Mary, inte.married with Bitrket, Jamea Weaverling, Susan Millie, William and Henry, thg last (Ji;j nam-d of whom are minors under the age of 21 years, Joliu Weaverling, residing in the stata of Illinois, Mary, intermarried with Michael Sulli van, residing in Belmont, Belmont county, Ohio James Weaverling, Illinois citv, Kock Island coun ty, Illinois, Adam, your petitioner, Daniel, residing a' Uinois city, Kock Islun.l county, Illinois, and Su san, intermarried with William A. Duffield, resid ing at the same place, I hat the said decedent, Jacob Weaverling, died seized in lee of and in two certain plantations or tracts of land more fully described as following, to wit: Ihe one composed of several tracts and part ol tracts known as the "Mansion Property," adjoin rig lands of Jesse Grove's heirs on the North, Dan iel Buck and Peter Weaverling's heirs on the south, Daniel Sa.ns and William Whetslo i • on the eaat, and Abiuham Morgart and Jackson niorgtr: on the we t, containing in the aggregate ;ni 350 acres rnoie or less, tneotfu- thereof known as the • Hugh Guilim tr..ct," adjoinng lainlof Peter ,V. riittf'i heirs on tne west, Daniel saw> c 'be .as . Adi.u Weaverling, (petitioner) on tne 50,.. Mansion place above uescr h i on ne ;nr' i, t > n . taining about 100 acres more or less. No ice is, therefore, hereby g;v, n, thr . n,. anceof a writ of partition or valuafon to rr.o di rected, 1 will pioceed lo hold an inquisition ox val uation on t , premises oi, Molidaj, the 12ih day t,l October, Jio3, when ant wheieall p-ir'ies interest ed may attend if they arc proper, JOHN J. CESSNA. Sheriff. Bedford, September 18, lou3. NOTICE OF INQUISITION. Whereas Samuel McMulien, one of the sons and herrs at law of Samuel McMullen, late of North Woodherry .township, in the county of Bedford, fiitiw Blair county) presented a petition setting forth that the said ••"nmiiel McMullen lately died intestate, leaving a widow, since deceased, and issue as fol lows: Mary, intermarried with Hairy Gates, now decea en, having a daughter, Sarah, intermarried with John E. Sntterfield, re-iding in the county of Cedfotd, William McMul en residing in Clarion co,, l'a., Elizabeth, intermarried with fobnson McClel land, since deceased, leaving children whose names and residence eie unknown to petitioner, but who are believed to reside in Cauoll county, in the ataia o Indiana, Susan and Sarah both since dead, with out lawiu' ue. Catharine, intermairie .. i William Mcliiernan, since dead, leaving two .cms. Gerald McKiernan and William Lapier .MiKiernau! bo'h residing in Douglas county in the state of Kat! 3as, 6'amuel, your petitioner, Nancy Jan. i'ussay, the widow ol her late husband, .lames 1 assay, also residing in Douglas county, in the stale oi Kansas, and that said intestate died seized in his detrn sue as of fee, of and in t.o certain lots of ground situate in the town of Woodberry, on the east side of Mx.io street, being lots Nos. 21 and 22, in the general plan ot said town, adjoining the Lutheran parsonage oa the Noith. and lots of George K. Barndollar, on tha south, said lots being each sixty-six feet front and running back ouc hundred and ninety-eight feet t an all- y. Notice is therelore hereby given, that in pursn ance of a writ of partition or valuation to me di. rected, 1 -will proceed to hold an inquisition or val uation on the premises, on Monday, the 19th day of October, 1863, when and where all parties inv ested may attend if they see proper. JOHN J. CESSNA, Sheriff September 18, 1863. NOTICE OF INQUISITION. Whereas, Jacob Shroyer, son and heir at law of Philip Shroyer, Inlecf Londonderry township, Bed ford county, dee'd, presented a petition setting foith tha' the said Philip Shroyer lately died intestate, leaving .. widow, Mary Shroyer, since dead, and is sue twelve children, via: William Shroyer, living in Allegheny county, ML, John Shroyer, living in Somerset county, Pa., Jennie, wife of Pnilip Klitx,, living in Bedford county, Polly Gommell, wife of Peter Gommell, living in Somerset county, Pa., E lizabeth, widow of William Spealman, living ia Somerset county, Pa., Rache. Caatner, wife of John Castner, living in Bedford county, Sarah Klilz, wife of Samuel Klitz, living in Bedford county, Jacob Shrover, your petitioner, Philip Shroyer, living in Hemy county, lowa, Daniel Shroyer, living ißed ford county, Adam Shroyer, living in Bedford ooun ty, Susan, wife of Jrcob Willison, living in Be, ford county t and that the said Philip Shroyer die.: sen ed in his demesne of a certain tract of land, adjust ing lands of Gideon Shafer, Samuel ZJurkhart and Wells. Notice is therefore hereby given, that in purse ance ola writ ol partm.rn or valuation to me di rected, 1 will proceed to hoM an inquisition or val uation on the premises, on Thursday, the 22d day of October, ISO 3, when and where all parties inter ested may attend if they see pioper. JOHN J. CESSNA, Sheriff; September IS, 18C3. FOR SALE- The undersigned oiler at private sale the whoie of the CORNELIUS DEVORE REjIL ESTATE. Containing in all 500 acres of LIMESTONE LAND, in a high state of cultivation. There are about 808 acres of this land cleared and under good fence.— The improvements are A Large Brick Dwelling House, Large Bank Burn, Threshing Machine Shetl, Cover House, Two Grnneri's, Two Tenant Houses, Two Blacksmith. Sho~ , on.il other Out Bu Jings, One large Orchard o) CI 1010H FRUIT. There are TWO SPRINGS, a WELL of never-fail ing water end a large CISTERN upon the premises. This property lies in the Wills' Creak Vullev, near the terminus of the Connellsville Railroad, twelve miles from Cumberland, Md„ and is one of the most desirable properties for investment in |U* conritiy. It will br sold on terms of one-third oe delivery of posseseion and the balance in two equal annual payments. It is near to the coal mines, m king fuel a matter of little moment ADDRESS Jacob C. Devure, at Buffalo Milia, Beit, ford county, Pa.. Jchn C. Vickroy, Cumberland Val ley, Bedford county, Pa., or James C. Devore, Cum berland, Md., who are the executors of Cornelius Eevore, dee'd. August 7, 1863. A. B, CPAMER & CO.. Having just received another supply, art now bl-d to oiler their friends and customers, many rest bargnins. Purchasers will be offered every indue* ment, and for their inspection we offer tbe large* and most varied assortment in Bedford eonntyv. May 2D, 1863, Just Received A full Supply of Grocftrfab J. M. SHOEMAKER* August 14 tho 1803 vIE N GEL HOUSE STABLING^ The undersigned proprietor of tbe Mengel.Rea* would announce to the public that he has madn such arrangements for stahiiug as will enable him to accommodate all nia customers, notwithstanding the loss, by the raosnt lire, of tbe s'sble atta.ch.sJ to tne hotel. ISAAC Uf-NGftk May StW.-af.