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JOSEPH W. TATE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, FA. i Will promptly attnd to collection® of bounty, ! back pay, 4*c., and all business entrusted to bis care in Bedford "and adjoining counties. C*h advanced on judgments, notes, military and ! other claims. Ha* for sale Town lots in Tatesville, and St. Jo- ; reph's, on Bedford Railroad. Farms and unimproved land, from one acre to 900 acres to suit purchasers. Office nearly opposite tiie "Mengel Hotel" anil j Bank of Reed St Schell. April 1, 1865 ly EDWARD F. KERR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA., Will punctually and carefully attend to a ! l business i entrusted to his care. Soldiers' claims for bounty, bick pav, &c., speedily collected. Office with H. Nicodemus, Esq., on Juliana street, nearly opposi'o i the Banking House of Reed & Schell. • April 7, 1865. * F. M. MAR3OURG, M, D , SCHELLSBORG. FA, Tenders his professional services to the people oi that place and vicinity. Office immediately oppo site the store of John E. Colvin, iu the room for merly occupied by J. Henry Schell. July 1, 18G4. \. 11. COFFROTH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Somerset, Pa. Will hereafter practice regularly in the savera! Courts of Bedford county. Business entrusted to his care will be faithfully attended to. December 6, 1861. J. K. DI B BORROW. JOHN LTJTZ. DURBORROW & LUTZ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BEDFORD, FA., Will attend promptly to all business intrusted to * their care. Collections made on the shortest notice. They are, also, regularly licensed Claim Agents and will give special attention to the prosecution of claim' against the Government for Pensions, Back Pay, Bounty, Buunty Lands, &c. Office on Juliana street, one door South of the "Mengel House," and nearly opposite the Inquirer office. April 1, 1865—tf. J 0 lIN p. REE D, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA., Respectfully tenders his services to the Public. [£7"office second door North of the Menge House. Bedford, At g, 1, IS6I. Jolf I Pk I, lIER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. d7"Wi!l promptly attend to all business entrus ted to his care. Particular attention pai! to the collection of Military claims. Office on Jultanna Street, (nea: ly opposite the Mengel House.) Bedford, Aug. 1, 1861. M. A. POINTS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. Respectfully offers his professional services to the pubhe. CL?"Offiee with J. W. Lingentelter, Esq., on Juli ana street, two doors South of the ".Mengel House." Becford, Dee. 9, 1861. ESPY M- ALSIP, ATTORNEY NT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. Will faithfully and promptly attend to all business entrusted to his care in Bedford and adjoining coun ties. Military claims, back pay, bounty, btc., speedily collected. Office with Mann & Spang, on Juliana street, two doors South of the Mengel House. Jan. 22, 'O4. F. M. KIMMSLL. I. VV. LIJiGE.NFELTER KIMMELL h LINGEIvFELTER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BEDFORD. PA. formed a partnership in the practice of the Law. Office on Juliana street, two doors South of the "Mengel House." G. H. SPANG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. BEDFORD, PA. Will promptly attend to collections and all busi ness entrusted to his care in Bedford and adjoining counties. K7"Office on luhana Street, three doors south of the "Mengel House,opposite the residence oI Mrs. Tate. May 13, 1864. JOHN T.~ K E A 5 Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PA., Will promptly attend to all legal buMiie-s entrusted to his care. Will give special attention to claims against the government. Office on Juliana Street, formerly oecuf ied by Hon. A. King. March 31, 1865. J. L. MAHBOURG, M. D. Having permanently located, respectfully tenders bis professional services to the citizens of Bedford and vicinity. Office on Juliana street, east side, nearly oppo site the Banking House ol Reed it Schell. Bedford, February 12, 1864. C. N. HICKOK, J. G. MINNICH, JR., DENTIST S, BEDFORD, PA. Office in the Bank Building, Juiiari.i St. All operations, pertaining to Surgical or Mechan ical Dentistry careiully and faithfully performed, and warranted. TERMS—CASH. Bedford, January 6, 1865. JACOB REED, J.J. SCHELL, REED AND SCHELL, BANKERS k DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, BEDFORD, PENN'A. REDRAFTS bought and sold, collections made and money promptly remitted. Deposits solicited. SLIM KBTTEB >IIN , COUNTY SURVEYOR, BEDFORD, PA., BTWould hereby notify the citizens of Bedford county, that he has moved ro the Borough of Bed ford, where he may at all times be found by persons wishing to see him, unless absent upon business pertaining to his office. Bedford, Aug. 1,1561. NEW CARPETINGS. 1,000 Yards New Wool Carpets, 250 Yards Canton .Matting, 500 yds ®, Floor Oil Cloths all *f which will be sold at a small advance on eastern wholesale prices. Jl. B. CRAMER if CO. Jmt 1, 1365. NOTICE TO DROVERS The Huntingdon and Broad Top Rail Road Jampany is prepared to take stock from Mt. Dallas ad Bloody Run and lurnish cars for the same at all 9s. A wharf has been built and also a yard for !to convenience of the Drovers. By making appli tion to the Agent at Mount Dallas, stock will tome down the same day in season to take the first Mock Express over the Pennsylvania Rail Road ia be evening. June 23, 1865. O. AY EES, Sup't. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letter# of administration on the estate of John Bshelman, late of East Providence township, dee'd, having been granted to the undersigned by the Reg ister of Bedford county,all persons indebted tu said •state are requested to matte immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will pre aent them properly authenticated for settlement. 81MON NYCDM, Adrn'r. June 30—61* OLD EYE 3 MADE NEW. A PAMPHLET directing how to speedily restore sight and give up spectacles, without aid of doctor or medicine. Vent by mail, free, on receipt of 10 eects. 4 Hires*, F.. B. FOOTE, M. D., 1136 Broadway, New York. February - iu. SHERIFF'S SU.E. By vir'ue of sundry writs of Vend. Exponas to me directed, there will be sold at the Court House tn the borough cf Bedford, on Saturday, the 2d day of September, A. D. 1865, at 10 o'clock A. M., the following real estate, viz : One tract of lar>d, containing one hundred acres, more or less, about Ihirtj acies cleared and under fence, with a story and a half log bouse and log sta ble thereon eitcted, adjoining lands of Michael and John Hevner, Joseph Kennard and others, situate in Monroe township, Bedford county, and taken tn ex ecution as the property of John Moiris. • ALSO—One tract ol patented land, containing one ; hundred and fifty eight acres, more or less, about 90 acres cleared and under fence, with a two stoiy log house and kitchen attached, bank barn and other oui buildings thereon erected, and an apple orchard, ad i joining lands of Jacob Otto, Nathaniel Vore. Henry ■ Albaugh and others, situate in Napier township Bedford county, and taken in execution as the prop : erty ol Levi Otto. ALSO —One tract of land containing 168 acres ! more or less, about SO acres cleared and under fenzi with a log house and log stable thereon erected, ad joining lands of Michael Stroup, John Sites and olh | ere, situate in Juniata township, Bedford county and taken in execution as the property of Solomci Lvdick. JOHN ALDSTADT, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Bedford, Aug. 11, 1565. REGISTER'S NOTICE. All persons interested are here by notified that the ; 1 following accountan's have filed their accounts in the Register's office of Bedlord county, and that the same will be presented to the Orphans' Court in and ! for said county, on Tuesday, the sth day of Septem- j ; ber, next, at the Court House in Bedford, for confir mation : The account of John Keagy, guardian of Barbara Stoner, minor child of David Stoner, late of South i Woodberry township, deceased- The account ol John Keagy, guardian of Susan | Stoner, minor child of David Stoner, late of South j | Woodberry township, deceased. ! The account of John Keagy, guardian of Joshua j | Stoner, minor child of David Stoner, late of Soutfi ! i Woodberry township, deceased. The account of David O. Hoover and Moses Det- ' ! wiler, administrators of all and singular the goods j and chattels, lights and credits, which were of Ja- j cob Det wiler, late of the township of Middle Wood j berry, in the county of Bedford, yeoman, deceased, i The account of Catharine Steckman administra ' trix of Andrew Steckman. late of Monroe town- ; ! ship, deceased. The account of Barbara Mock, administratrix of j ■ all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and •credits which were of Frederick C. Mock, late of ] 1 St. Clair township, yeoman, deceased. The account ol Edmund S. Blackburn, trustee for the sale of the real estate of Win N. Blackburn, ! deceased. j 'J he account of John B. Replogle, executor of the • ] last will and testament of Jacob Snowberger, l.te ! of Middle Woodberry township, deceased. The account of A. H. Hull, administrator of the ; 'estate of William H. Ake, late of Union township, j ' deceased. The second administration account of John W. I Hull, Esq., executor of the last will and testament : | of Thomas J. Blackburn, late of Napier township, I ! deceased. The account of Jacob W. Snyder and Samuel Sny- • der, executors oi the last will and testament of John Snyder, late of Snake Spring township, deceased. | First and final account of A. King, trustee for j the sale of the real estate of Mary Burns, late of : Napier (now Junia'a) township, deceased. Account of Henry J. Bruner, executor of the last will and testament cf Patrick Hancy, late of Cum- : berland Valley township, deceased. The administration account of Michael VV. Ford, | executor of the last will and testament of David j Ford, late of Broad Top township, deceased. The administration account of Mrs. Mary Cy pher, administratrix of tne estate of Sam'l Cypher. ! ' late of Broad Top township, deceased. Accon.-t of SamuelS. Flurk, administrator of the ; 1 es'ate of Michael Fluek, late of Hopewell township, j | deceased. The account of William S. and Josiah Elder, ad i mimstrators of all and singular the goods and cbat t tels which were cf Robert Elder, late of Middle I Woodberry township, deceased. The account of Wilson Nycum, administrator of i ! the goods and chattels, rights and credits which | were of John Nycum, late of .Monroe township, de ! ceased. The account of H. P. Diehl, administrator of the | goods and chattels, rights and credits which were 1 j of Charles Pensyl, late of Colerain township, de- ' ! oeased. j Supplemental account of H. Nicodemus, admlnis- ! j trator of the estate of Samuel H. Tate, Esq., late j 1 of the borough of Bedford, deceased. * The account of H. Nicodemus, administrator of ' the estate of Ann Kosebrock, late of the township ot Cumberland Valley, deceased. The account of 8. L. Russell, guardian of Humphrey D , Sam. Huston, Eliza T,, Joseph VV. and Martha S. Tate; minor children o( S. H. i'ate, i Esq., deceased. The administration account of Thomas P. Stude < baker, executor of the last will, &c., of Peter H. Studebaker, late ol Napier township, deceased. | The account of Isaac Darr, administrator cum i testamentum annexo, of all and singular the goods ' and chattels, rights and credits which were of John j Darr, late of Juniata township, yeoman, deceased. The account of John Mower, guardian of William j D. Stuart, minor son of Mrs. Margaret Stuart, de |ceased. j The account of J. W. Lmgenfelter, trustee far the sale of the real estate of Jacob Fluke, late ot ! Hopewell township, deceased. ; The account of J. VV. laingenfelrer, administratoi ol the estate of Samuel Barnhart, late of Bedford i borough, deceased. j Supplemental account of James C. Devore, one j of the executors of the last will, &c.,of Cornelius | Devore, late of Londonderry township, deceased. The account of Morris Walker, administrator of the estate cf George Bisei, late ot St. Clair town ship, deceased. O. E. SHANNON, Register. August 11, 1865. jYotice of Accounts in the Common Pleas. Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, j ; that the following accounts have been exhibited j and filed in the Common Pleas, ana will be present ' ed to the Court for allowance on the 4th day of Sep tember, next, at Bedford: The account of John Cessna, Esq., trustee for certain creditors of Henry S. King, specified in deed of appointment. The account of John Cessna, Esq., trustee of cer tain creditors of John and Thomas King, as part ners, and of John King and Thomas King, said cred itors being named in deed of appointment. O. E. SHANNON, Proth'y. August tl, 1565. COURT PROCLAMATION. To the Coroner, the Justices of the Peace, and Constables in the different Townships in the | County of Bedford Greeting: I KNOW YE, that in pursuance of a precept to me directed, under the hand and seal of the Honorable ALEXANDER KING, President of the several Courts of Common Pleas in the Sixteenth District, consisting of the counties of F-ranklio, Fulton, Bedford and Somerset, and by virtue of bis office of the Court ol Oyer and Terminer, and General Jail delivery for the trial of capital and other of fenders therein and in the General Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace; and JAMES 81.-R.VS and same county of Bedford. You and each of you are hereby required to be and appear in your proper persons with your Records, Recognizances, Exami nations, ar.d all other remembrances before the Judges aioresaid, at Bedford, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Gene ral Quarter Sessions of the Peace therein to be holden (or the county of Bedford aforesaid on the first Monday of September, (being the 4th dsry) at 10 o'clock in the torenoon of that day, there and then to do those th.ogs to which your several offices appeitain. Given under my hand at Bedford, on the 4th day of August, in the year of our Lord 1865. JOHN ALDSTADT, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Bedford, August 4, 1865. G E Jf T L E M E Jf are requested to call and look at our stock of BLACK FRENCH CLOTH AND CASSI.MiCRF.S, Just opened at A. B CRAMER it CO'S. I July 21. List ©I Causes 1 Put down for trial at September Term, 1565, ; [4-fA day ] '< Wilson Clark vs Joseph SHgM-r j Matilda Wigfield " Isaac Wigfield Same •' c "le Same '• Same Mary Ai.n Bieily " Samuel Williams Loietto Smith " Same Stephen G. Wright " Wm. P. Hazard Jacob Dunkle " Michael Rite hey Theodore Kinton " Jos. & Jas. Moriitnore F. D. Beegle " Wertz & Feather Benjamin Wigfield '* Isaac Wigfield ij- others John Cessna, Esq., " John Bulger ip others Bloody Hun School ( (( J West Provid. nee School District £ J District John W. Beeier " Dr. B. F. Harry Fisher & Biddle " Samuel Crisman (). E. SHANNON, Proth'y. August 11. LIST OF GRAND JURORS Drawn for September Term , 1865. William Gillespie, Foreman, John Dell, John A. Gump, F. M. Bixler, John A. Cessna, John C. MU 'er, Joseph Bussard (of John), Sam'l Crisman, Geo. S. Potter, Wm. Hancock, John Boyer, Jr., Joseph Black', David Fluck, And'w College, Conrad Reigh ard, William Cessna, Geo. W. Figard, William Fos ter, Jacob C. Boor, James F. Mattinglv, John Diltr, George Reintund, Henry Rose, Peter F. Lehman. LIST OF PETIT JURORS Drawn for same Term. Michael Wendie, John Koms, Jacob Eicher, Hen ry Clapper, Stephen Weimer. Wm. McCleiian, Hen ry Shrader, Peter Rininger, Jacob Pote, Charles W. Asbcom, Harrison Brison, Jacob Ewig, John H. Bar ton, Geo. F. Steel, Archibald Blair, Jacob Roades, Caas.S. Crisman, Francis Beard, J. W. Rice, John Neary, Philip Snyder, Barnet Weimer, Geo. Black burn, Solomon Steel, Jacob Steckman, Jacob Corl, James Blackburn, Solomon Adams, Jacob Carpenter, Simon Kichey, John H. Imlei, Jacob S. Brumbaugh, Joffn Cypher, Robert Tavlor, Jos. N. Berkheimer, Alexander HoLrnger, P. G. Morgart, Alex. Davis. JOHN G. FISHER. Clerk. August 11, 1565. \\ A U OAS. TWO NEW TWO HORSE WAGONS, for sale on a liberal credit. A- B. CRAMER & CO. July 21, 1565. h A II G A 1 JVS . LIGHT SHALI.IES, DELAINES, and ALL Sum mer Goods at REDUCED PRICES, at July 21. CRAMER'S. MENS and BOYS' WEAR, of every description for sale cheap at Farquhar's Cheap Comer, fJe 23. A FULL SUPPLY OF NEW GOODS Just received and for sale cheap, at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S SHAD, MACKEREL AND HERRING, For sale at Shoemaker's Cheap Store. [Je 23. MUSLIN, from 20cents up, CALICO from 17 cts. up. or 6 yards for a dollar, at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S. COFFEE, SUGAR, SYRUP, MOLASSES, TEA, White and Brown SUGAR, KICF., (Vc., just received at SHOEMAKER'S. A NEW SUPPLY OF HATS, all sizes, just re ceived at 'he cheap store of June 23. J. M. SHOEMAKER. A full assortment of CLOTHS, CASSI MERES, SATINETTS, JEANS, and READY MADE CLO THING, at Shoemaker's Cheap Store. [Je 23. If you want cheap BOOTS and SHOES, call at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S. All per c ons in search of BARGAINS, can be sup plied by calling at J. M. Shoemaker's store. SPICF.S, of all kinds, for sale at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S. TUBS, BUCKETS and BASKETS for sale at June 23. SHOEMAKER'S. WANTED. —5,000 pounds of Good Washed WOOL, for which the highest market price will be paid in Cash or Store O.oods, at June 23. J M . SHOEMAKER'S, A splendid assortment of Summer DRESS GOODS just received and for sale at June 23. FARQUHAR'S. BEST BROWN .V USLIN, at from 20 to 40 cents, at FARQUHAR'S. 500 yards CARPET, just received and for sale (cheap) at Farquhar's Cheap Corner. [June 23. A. B. CRAMER &. CO., Have received their usual supply of Spring and Summer Goods. Every body in search ol IS A RGAI \ $ . is especifully invited to give us a cali. June 2,1865. EXCHANGE HOTEL, HUNTINGDON, Pa, WM. C. McNULTY, Proprietor. Terras moderate to suit the times. April 23, IS6s—ly TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT! The Great fchow OF JYew Summer Goods NOW GOING ON AT P. A. REED'S No Charge for Admission! Come and see our splendid assortment of Summer Goods. We have on hand all kinds of SUMMER YVF.AR, for MEN AND BOY'S, LADIES'DRESS GOODS, Straw Hats, Linen Coats, et cetera, et cetera. YVe also keep constantly on hand a fine as sortment of QUEENS WARE, unsurpassed in beauty and excellence, which we sell Cheaper than the Cheapest. Our GROCERIES are always of the best in the market. (L?~Call and examine before baying elsewhere. We return our thanks to our customers tor past favors and respectfully solicit a continuance of their patronage. July 14. P. A. REED. wa¥t Tidi 400 Cords Tanners' OAK BARK, for which SIX Dollars per cord will be paid in CASH, at Mt. Dallas Station; one mile West of Bloody Run. HOMER NEICE. July 26, 1865—4t* NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons are cautioned against hunting, fish ing, gathering nuts, or trespassing in any way upon my premises, as the law will be rigidly enforced against ail offenders. DEYVALT HARSHBF.RGF.R, July 28, 1863. linpui iant to Farmcrs. Having purchased a large lot of the celebrated t.pA RME R MO WIJVG MA CUI vES before the big advance made by the manufacturers ot all machines in the winter, 1 now offer to thoe who will first apply b*Hore the 20th of May, nex. Farmer .Mowers ut sllo,* cash. . ..n ■ ° considered the best ever invented, and the high . ' testimonials of hundreds of farmers can be prodn- I ced. It is built almost entirely of IRONAbIEM', • cuts 41 feet, light 2 horse power, easily manager, and wtien properly worked is warranted not to clog lin the heaviest wet grass. It is greatly impro t<. I and has but 200 pounds draft, j A f.SO, ; 20 Cum Spring Grain Seeders, 1 at SlOless than manufacturers price, CASH, I. bougnt 1 before the Ist of June, next. This is acknowledg- Ud the "BEST DRILL 1* IHE WOKLU. ALSO, Combined Sdf- Raking Reapers, at less than present cost. HAY, STRAW AND FODDER CUTTER at winter rates. Hardware ol ail Kinds, at reduced prices. YVM. HARTLEY. April 14, 1865. Bedford, Pa. STAND FROM UNDER. n H F. A P CORNER COMING y I) O >V N WITH A CRASH. J. B. FARQUHAR, has been to the City pur chasing his Spring Stock, and takes pleasure in stating he is folly prepared to sell AT A reduction of from twenty-five to fifty per cent ON FORMER PRICES. WE ak the public to examine our stock, as we \\ are determined not to let any one under sell us. C OLONNADE BUILDING, J. B. F ARQUHAR, MARCH 25nr, 1565. BROWN MUSLIN FIFTY CENTS, At CHEAP CORNER. CALICO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, At CHEAP CORNER. DELAINES THIRTY-FIVE CEN l'S, At CHEAP CORNER. ( \ OOD mackerel in Bairels, half Barrels, Quar- Rf ters and Kits at R A K Q T II A IT 1 S CHEAP CORNER! EAST PITT STREET, BEDFORD, March 24, 1861. t§ PUMPS!!! I am engaged ir. se'ling the Erie Pump-certainly the only pump well adapted to this climate. Persons in need of a good ptimp will do Well to give \ me a call. from all parts of the county will be attend ed to with promptness. ADDRESS: WM. C. SNIVELY, Schellsburg. Aug. 1, 186.";.—1y GREAT SALE OF WITCHES & JEWELRU, 81,000,000 WORTH! To be disponed of at ONE DOLLAR each, with out regard to value, not to be paid for un til you know what you are to rtcei'ce. By A. H. Rowen & Co.. [JJgents for the Manufacturers,] No-36 Betkmau Street, New York the following iist ot articles to be sold for ONE DOLLAR:- 100 Gold Hunting Case YY'atches, each $125 00 100 " YY'atches, various styles, each 75 00 200 " Ladies' Gold Watches ' 50 00 500 Silver YY'atches each S2O 00 to 35 00 6,000 latest style vest \ neck chains 5 00 to 20 00 5,500 Gents California diamond pins 5 00 to 20 00 4,000 California diamond ear drops 5 00 to 10 00 3,000 Miniature revolving pins 5 00 to 10 00 2'ooo California Diamond & enamelled Gent's scarf pins new styles 500to10 00 2,000 Masonic and Emblem Pins 300to10 00 2,500 Gold Band Bracelets, engiaved 3 00 to 20 00 3,000 Jet and Mosaic Brooches 3 00 to 10 00 2,000 Cameo Brooches 5 00 to 20 00 3,000 Coral Ear Drops 4 00 to 6 00 2,000 Ladies' YY'atch Chains S 00 to 15 00 6,000 Gent's Pins, a splendid assort't 2 00 to 10 00 4,000 Solitaire Sleeve Buttons 3 00 to 10 00 3,000 Studs Hi Sleeve Buttons, in sets 3 00 to 10 00 5,C00 Sleeve Buttons, plain & engra'd 200to SOO 10,000 plain and engiaved rings 2 50 to It 00 6,000 Lockets, richly engraved 2 00 to 10 00 15,000 sets Ladies' jewelry, new and latest styles 6 00 to 12 00 5,000 Handsome Seal Rings 3 00 to 8 00 2,000 sets Bosom Studs 2 50* to 6 00 2,000 Gold Pens and Gold Holders 15 00 to 25 00 1,000 Sets Jet and Gold Pins & Ear Drops, latest styles, very rich 6 00 to 10 00 2,000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils &c., 4 00 to 6 00 10,000 Gold Pens, and Silver cases 500 to 300 10,000 Gold Pens, Ebony holders 4 00 to 6 00 This entire list cf beautiful and valuable goods will be sold for ONE DOLLAR each. Certificates of all the above articles will be placed in envelopes, and sealed. These envelopes are sent by mail, as ordered, without regard to choice. On the receipt of the certificate you will see what you are to have, and then it is at your option to send the dollar and take the article, or not. Five certificates can be ordered for $1; eleven for $2; thirty for $5; sixty-five for $10; and one hundred for sls. We will send a single certificate on the receipt of 25 cts. Agents wanted to whom we offer special terms ; send 25 cenCs for one cer tificate and our circular with terms. A. H. ROWEN 80 CO., 30 BEKKMAN STREET, N. Y. May 19—6 m P. O. Box 1270. FOR SALE Tit JtD !< A Farui in Bedford township, owned by John H- Rush, about four miles from Bedford, containing acres, about oO acres cleared, with log house, log barn and other out-buildings thereon erected ; also, an apple orchard thereon. ALSO—A M'uct ol lard containing fifteen acres, about seven acres cleared with a story and a half !o" house and log stable thereon erected, adjoining lands of Joseph Brii.key, John A. Imgrdnd and oth ers, situate in Juniata township. The cleared land is in good order, and the balance well timbered, all : caooble of easy improvement and cultivation. ALSO—A tract of land in Harmon's Bottom, Ju liijta 'ownsbip, wiin iog house, barn, fir.., tneieon erected, containing 70 acres and allowance. Part . of thi tract is cleared and under fence and in a good state ot cultivation —-near to c school bouse, mill, Uc., adjoining lands of Scott, Low, Hughes and oth ers, and lately purchased from William Hurtey- ALSO—A tract of land in Onion township, con taining 22-1 acres, 72 acres ciearcd, with a farm house,"tenant house, double log barn end new Saw Mill thereon erected. Also, an apple orchard Ihere | on—kno.-o as the "Snyder" or "Koons" property. fit) acres of land —10 cleared and under fence ; with a log bouse thereon erected, adjoinine George i Tioutman, George May and others, partly in Ju.'.i --j atta and partly in Londonderry Townships, lately ! owned by Andrew Wolford. ALSO—I 66 acres near Stoierstown within | mile of Broad Top Railroad—about 100 acres clear • e d, with a two story dwelling house—new bank 1 barn, stable. Ike., thereon erected ; also, two apple | orchards thereon, of choice fruit. The soil is a I rich loam, an 1 capable of producing every variety j ol crops of this climate. ALSO—I6O acres best quality of prairie—near i the Missouri river, clo-e to the county seat of i Harrison county, lowa. ALSO—Two 160 acre tracts, adjoining F.lkhorne I city, in the richest valley of tfce west the Platte Vailey—-about 20 miles west of Omaha city, end close to the- great national or government road lead ing west in Nebraska Territory. ALSO—I6O acres, two miles abdve Omaha city, on the great bend of the Missouri. This tract is well timbered and very desirable. All of these 1 lands were located after a personal inspection and | careful examination of the ground, ami ran be well i relied upon for future wealth. Maps showing the I precise local ion are in my possession. ! ALSO—Three desirable lots in Omaha City, Ne j braska Territory. j ALSO—A lot of ground in the city of Dacotah, 1 Nebraska Territory j The =-.bove real estate will be sold at such prices 1 rs to insure safe and profitable investments, i Notes er obligations of any kind, that are good, | will be taken in exchange—particularly good bank . '".Ma| K, 1363. O. F,. SHANNON, C, I). M CLEES & CO. Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS. ANO INDIA RUBBER SHOES, NO 133 NORTH THIRD STREET OPPOSITE CHERRY ST., PHILADELPHIA. | Apr. IT, 1863—1y. FLEMING HOLLIDAY WITH I PAUL GRAFF, W*. H. WEIMRR, J ISAAC VVaTKiSi Titos. SAPPINGTON. GRAFF, WATKiiN & CO., Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, No. 426 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA. January 13, 1865—1y. WM. W.PAO'L, D. J. HOAR H. L. HOOD, WITH WML W. PAUL Ac CO., WHOLESALE BOOT k SHOE IV A It E II 0 L' S E , 623 Market St. A 614 CcSmtheice St. abcve Sixth PHILADELPHIA. December 16, 1861 ly. WAKTHAA A: EYWELIIAN, | (SUCCESSORS TO MICHAEL WARTMAN 4- CO.) j Tobacco |nuff and MANUFACTORY, No. 313 NORTH THIRD STREET, Second door below Wood, PHILADELPHIA, J J. W. WARTMAN. 11. P. ENGELMAN. March 23, 13(>4. FELIX HEYMAN WITH Arnold, Ifiisbnurn & If ird linger. Importers, Jobbers, and Wholesale Dealers in CLOTHING. Cloths, t'assimeres, Testings, Tailors' Trim mings, &c. Nos. 333 Market S reet, and 27 North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA. OFFERS great inducements to Wholesale Dealers from the Country, in quantity, quality, style, I prices and terms. Merchants, Tailors and Dealers visiting Philadel . phia, will find it to their advantage to cail and ex amine stock and learn prices before purchasing else ! where. Dec. 9, 1861 —ly Save Money! Buy your Goods at It E I) U C E I) PRIG E SI ALL KINDS OF GOODS— Carpetings, Muslins. Calicoes, Ac., &c M at greatly rduced prices for Cash, at CRAMER & GO'S. March 24, 1803. ltUIIAKI) LEO. MANUFACTURER OF CABINET-WARE, CHAIRS, &C„ BEDFORD, PA. The undersigned being engaged in the Cabinet makn.g business, will nryike to order and keep on hand every thing in his line of manufacture. BUREAUS, DRESS /ATS STANDS, PAR LOR AND EXTENSION TABLES, CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, WASH STANDS. s-c., & will be furnished at all prices, and to suit every taste. COFFINS will also be mado to order. attention paid to all orders for work. D37"Shop on West Pitt Street, nearly opposite tbe residence of George Sbuck. RLCHARD LEO. Joly 16, 1863.—tf VALUABLE FARM A NI TA N N F. H Y FOR SA 1. K ; THE undersigned offer for sale, their valuable h r.estor.e farm 'ituated ir. Bedford township, Bed fcid county, adjoining lands of Phi in Zinsser's Charles Smith and others, containing 250 acre;' 200 acres of which are cleared and in a rich iute of ultivation balance well timbfffd. T his p tor ,. erty lies abou< at miles North of Bedford, on l; u .' mug's Creek, near the Bedford and Turnpike. There aie upon the farm a ° LARGE BRICK DWELLING-HOUSE, A 1 irge Bank Barn and other important buiidi ne , I Theie is also a fine orchard ol apple, peach and | other fri.it trees upon the premi-es. 'I h f arm , divided into fields of It ac es e'<<-h, vvi'h post and rail fence. About 60 acres are in meadow* There i an excellent spi'.ng of never failing vatej i close to the Dwelling-Ho-; .e. Aiso, upon >be Southwest corner ot the farm, there is located, ; A I.AifbE TANAKRV, ; Containing 100 vats, with a : l th necessary j,nild. ' ings,tne wuoie yard being under root'. Trie tit". | nery is now and has been for years, in sutcestfuj j operation. Twenty-five acres ol the farm wili be sold v, ith the tannery, if the latter be sold sep ?r _ I ajely. Upon these twenty dive acres there ate si* 1 ten >nt houses. For further particular address T. H. h N. J. LYONS, March 17, IBGO. Beufokd, l'a. _ _ Spring and Summer GOO D 8 AT .1. 11. SIIOEJIALEirS CHEAP STORE, NOW OPENING. j i His customers and the public generally are in ' vited to call and examine for tliemstlve?. HIS GOODS i ARE of the quality, and CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST! LOOK TO VOIR OWN INTEREST BY EXAMINING MY STOCK. A LARGE LOT OF READY-MADE CLOTHING* Hoots and Shoes 3 OF EXCELLENT QUALITY, AND VERY CHEAP. form a part of my iiew stock. WENS' SUMMER WEAR, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Ladies' Dress Goods, G R OCIRIES, QUEENS WARE, &C., &(•• All to be had at the store of J. M. Shoemaker. Bedford, April 7, 18G5. BEDFORD HOTEL. The undersigned having taken charge of" tbe Bed ford Hotel, formerly kept by Col. John Hater, an nounces to the public that he will be able toatfo' 1 - the best accommodations, both to the traveling pub lic and home custom. The house will be improved and re-titted, and the Bar will always be well sup plied with choice liquors. His table will be sup plied with the choicest edibles ol the season, an he will spare no pains to make it suitable for ah. His stable is one of the best in Bedford, and a gee hostler will always be in attendance. taken by the week, month or year- Terms reasonable. The public are respectfully in vited to give him a call. JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER Bedford, January 15, 1564. THE MENGEL HOUSE. JRTTANA STREET, BKOFORO, PA. The subscriber respectfully begs leave to intors tbe travelling public that be has recently enlarges imp r oved and refitted his house, both for t' Qe commodation of travelers and boarders, as WM country customers. Persons coming to this P' jL ',' for the purpose of visiting the Bedford Spring-. w find this house pleasantly located. Ample and convenient Stabling is attache.: this Hotel, which will always be attended by a cart ful hostler. Also a safe and convenient carriaf* bouse. Ali are invited to give him a call. ISAAC MENGEL, Proprietor- Annl. 15. 1864. U N I 0 N HOTEL. WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PA- V. STECKMAN, Proprietor. This excellent hotel is now prepared to cco ' modate the public in the best manner and on - most liberal terms. A splendid LIVERY STABLE , is attached to this hotel. [May 9, iSc- New Millinery Moods. Mrs. E.V. MOWRY Has just received her SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF MILLINERY GOODS, which has been selacted by a lady ot Phild'p' o<" mush experience, and most excellent Us tr7"Ladies had better avail themselves ol the Vantage of examining her goods before porch"' elsewhere, as she intends to sell at very sbortprc Bedford, June 9, 1865.