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Home and Around. HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP U.K. T _\Y ,>-TEK ARRANGEMENT. —TIMETABLE. —TIN AND after Sept. 16th, passenger trains will arriveatid depart as follows: Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p. m , ar rives at Huntingdon at 4 20 p. m.; loaves Hunt ingdon at 8.40 a m., and arrives at Mt, Dallas at 11 52 a. m. Accom'n Train leaves Saxtori at 8.20 a. m., i an 1 arrives at Huntingdon, at 10.10 a. in.; leaves Huntingdon at 5.55 p. m., and arrives at Saxton at 7.41 p. in. Read the new advertisements. DcmocratsshouldtaketheGAZETTE. AN argument court will be held on the 13th of December. THE year 1870 begins and ends on Saturday. Tight—and gett ing tighter every day ! —money matters. The Bedford House,in this place, is for sale or rent. See advertisement- in [ another column. Killing time is approaching. "Meet me in the morning," will he a popular song for the occasion. A man was crushed to death, near Ursina, on the P. AC. Railroad, by a bank of earth falling on him. The Lutheran church, known as Hoffman's church, in Jenner town- j ship, Somerset county, took fire and burned*to the ground on last Friday. Sumner lectured the Chambersburg ers the other night. We had thought that that ill-fated town had suffered e nough at the hands of McUausiand. Air. Richard King, formerly of this place, fell from a staircase, a distance of about twelve feet, in the foundry of Messrs. Stutzman & Keim, at Ursina, Somerset county, and was instantly killed. Gone to jail—our friend, John A. Cessna. But he is not in "durance vile," having gone there voluntarily to act as Deputy Sheriff. John is a good clever fellow, and, we predict, will make an excellent officer. Five murders have been committed in Huntingdon county, this fall. There was a report, the other day, that another homicide had been com mitted in the coal region, in that coun ty, but we have been unable to get at the correctness of the story. Some sheep-killing dogs have been making a havoc among the fleecy flocks in Napier township. Over fifty sheep were killed in a few nights within the l ist two weeks. A number of theeur sed canines have been sent "up in a balloon," by sheep owners. "O! Ki- S:T, don't you want to buy a dog?" m HONORED.— Dr. C. N. Hiekok,of this place, has been nominated to the posi tion of Right Worthy Grand Represen tative from th£ Grand Encampment branch of the I. O. O. F., of Pennsyl vania, to the Supreme Grand Lodge of the United States. The honor could not have been conferred on member more worthy or better qualified than the Doctor. R. A. Lamberton, Esq., of Harris burg, has been re-nominated for the same position frotn the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Each branch of the Order is represented in the G. L. I . S. COURT PROCEEDINGS —The whole time of the court, last week was ta ken up with Commonwealth eases. Not a civil case on the list was reach ed, and not more than one half the bu siness in the Quarter Sessions was dis posed of. The following cases were tried. Commonwealth vs John Burket. Indictment for For. & Bas., on oath of Miranda Sleek. Guilty and pay a fine of $1 and six mouths imprisonment in county jail, together with the usual sentence in such cases. Same vs. Samuel O'Neal. Lareoney on oath of George W. Figrad. Ver dict, Not Guilty. Same vs. Frank Ling. For. and Bas. on oath of Eliza Jane Charles. Jury find defendant Not Guilty, hut pay -costs of prosecution. Same vs. John Stonibaugh, Barbara Heltzell, et a'. Surety of the Peace on oath of Michael Walter. Walter to pay all costs accrued in the arrest of Mrs. Heltzell and John Henzey and de fendant Stombaugh to pay balance of costs. Same vs John X. Kensinger. As sault and Battery on oath of Samuel Berkstresser. Found Guilty and sen tenced to pay a fine of $5.00 and cost. Same vs. Samuel Berkstresser and Levi Berkstresser. Assault and Bat tery on oath of John N. Kensinger. Defendants found Not Guilty, but pay all cost of prosecution. Same vs John Skelly. A iolation of the liquor laws. Plead Guilty and sentenced to ten days imprisonment and pay all cost. Same vs. George Browning, James Browning and Geo. Conrad. Assault and Battery on oath of James Mors. Guilty, and sentenced to pay a fine o? $5,00 each and all costs. Same vs Dr. Geo. W. Dibert. In dictment for abortion on oath of Mary Ann Pleacher. Verdict, Guilty. De fendant took "leg-bail" before sen tence of the court was pronounced. Same vs John Kensinger, Mary Ann Kensinger and I). R. Kensinger. As sault* and Battery on oath of Levi Berkstresser. Verdict Guilty as to John, and Not Guilty as to the rest. Same vs. Susan Richeson and E lizatieth Hall. Larcency on oath of Martha E. Rea. Defendants found Guiity. Mrs. Richeson, one of the defendants has been non est. inventus since the finding of the jury. Same vs Reuben Gates, Levi Gates, Peter Young, Susan Richeson and Elizabeth Hall. Larceny on oath of James Rea. The two Gates were found Not Guilty and discharged. Pe ter Young was found Guilty, and Su san Richeson and Elizabeth Hal!, Not Guilty. TRIPLE MUBDER IN HUNTINGDON COUNTY ! — An Aged Man and Wife and lioy Shot.— Their Hodies Committed to the Flames.— The Perpetrators of the Horrible Crime Captured.— One of the . most horrible and inhuman murders ever committed, was perpetrated at Pleasant Grove, a quiet place about ! seven miles from Huntingdon, on the , Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad, j 011 last Wednesday evening. In an humble house there lived an aged man named Peightal, his wife and a boy who had been placed in their care by his mother, the widow of a soldier. While the three were quietly eating their evening meal, without any inti mation of their untimely fate, two men entered their peaceful abode and one of the intruders shot them in the head, destroying the last vestige of life, while the other fiend stationed himself at the door oi entrance to give the alarm should they be detected. After the commission of the horrible and heartrending crime the victims were throw n on the bed, which was set on tire with a view of burning the bodies. The murder was discovered by sev eral persons, who noticed an unusual light in the dwelling, and who rushed into the house and discovered the three dead bodies as above indicated. The parties immediately afterward started for Huntingdon to notify the authori ties, and arrived at that place directly after the Cincinnati Express west had left on which the supposed murderers had taken passage. A telegram was promptly sent to Altoona, and when the train arrived at that place two sus picious looking characters were ar rested who turned out to be the perpe trators of the fiendish crime. Several hundred dollars in currency, and some gold which they had stowed away in their stockings were found upon their persons. They were taken to Hunt ingdon jail, where on Thursday, they confessed their guilt. One of them stated that he shot the three persons and the other that he stood guard and otherwise participated in the heinous crime. The old gentleman murdered was about sixty, and his wife about fifty years of age. The boy's age was ten. The names of the murderers are Gotlieb Bohner and Oliver Baughber ger. The object of the murder was money which Mr. Peightal was known to be in possession of. The men are both wanderers. Buhner has served three years in the penitentiary for commit ting larceny in Huntingdon county. He is a repulsive specimen of human ity and seems unconcerned. He says he expects to be hung and is anxious to have the execution take place as soon as possible. He treats the whole thing as a joke and laughs heartily. I Baughberger, 011 the other hand, is greatly depressed, and indulges in , much lamentation. THANKSGIVING DAY.—This day was generally observed by our towns folks, stores and places of business hav ing suspended operations in honor of the same. Rev. J. Q. McAtee, of the E. L. Church, preached a sermon be* fittig the occasion, in the Presbyterian church. The eloquent preacher pour ed some red hot shot into the ranks of the worldly, the corrupt and vicious. He l>ore hard on the character and do ings of the latter-day Legislatures and Congresses, and struck vigorously at every form of vice, public and private. With the exception of a little error in the statement that the public debt is being diminished and that every man who treads the soil of America is a freeman, this sermon seemed to us a model of truthfulness, and calculated to produce a good effect on all who heard it. It should be published. IIINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE.— Elsewhere will be found the card of Messrs. Straw & Morton, 20 Sixth St. agents for the above machine. We have never had much confidence in the statements made in regard to the capacities of the various Knitting Ma chines now before th public, but hav ing personally examined the llinkley Machines, we find that it will per form all that is claimed for it in the advertisement, in the most satisfacto ry manner. The agents tire among the most reliable and enterprising of the business men of our city, and their names alone are a sufficient guarantee that anything that comes from their establishment will be as represented. —Pittsburgh Christain Advocate. BEARS CAPTURED.—A patty of hunters captured a l>ear in London derry township, on Monday last, and on Wednesday morning another party shot one in Harrison township. Bru in is said to be in excellent condition this fall, owing to the great quantity of chestnuts, which the forests produc ed. MARRIED. IMLER—REIGHARD—In St. Clairsville, No vember 16. 1869, at the Lutheran Parsonage, by the Rev. J. Peter. Thomas H. Imler, to Annie Kcivhard, both of Bedford Co. Pa. LYTLE -GATES—Nov. 15, by J. M Leh man Esq.. Mr. James Lytle. to Miss Eliza J. Gates, of Broad Top tp., Bedford, Co. Blair county papers please copy. LYNN—WISE — Oct. 25, by the same, Mr. A brahin Lynn to Miss Laviuia Wise, all of Broad Top tp.. Bedford co. JENKINS—WESTON—Oct. 8, by the same. Mr. Jno. Jenkins, to Miss Delila Weston, all of Coal dale, Bedford Co REPPER— EDWARDS.—Oct. 7.by A W. Swoope, Esq., in Coaldale. Mr. W'a. Repper to Mis? Amanda Edwards. DIED. MORTIMORE—At her residence near Bloody Run on the 20th tnst., Mrs. Catharine Mortimore, ged 35 years and 5 mouths She leaves several orohan children to mourn their loss. •' Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord " iVtUTriisfmcnts. OECOND AND LAST NOTICE.— We have extended our Notice till the 15th of December, after which time the booke of Geo. Blymyer. Geo Blymyer A Son and B. M. Bly myer A Co., will be placed in the hands of Esq , Nicodemus for Settlement, without respect to persons. nuv 25 1869. wJ. 4 LEX. KING, Jr., ATTORNEY XX AT LAW. BEDFORD, PA.—All business en trusted to his care will receive prompt and care ful attention. Office three doors south of the Court Houss,late ly occupied by J. W. Dickerßon |nov2s,'69tf. BEDFORD HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT—Possession given at any time be tween this date and the Ist of April, 1870. Foi farther particulars inquire of nov2s 69tf J.J. SHOEMAKER. s©#§S£®*?s^ few X)UBLIC SALE.—By virtue of an 1 order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, the undersigned Administrator or and | Trustee for the sale of the Real Estate of William \ Smouse. late ol the township of Middle Woodber ry, in the county aforesaid, will offer tor sale, and sell on Saturday the 18th day of December , next, all the following described Real Estate, con sisting of a tract of laud containing 11 acres neat measure more or less, lhe above land is favor ably located within one mile of the borough ot Woodberrv, on the Woodberry and Cat tons v ill© ! Turnpike ; the wbole of the land is cleared and . under fence and in a good state of cultivation. . There U also, an orchard upon the premises of two acres, planted with choice apple and othor fruit i trees. This property is also convenient to Church- I es. Schools and Mills, and is on the direct line of the contemplated Morrison's Cove Hail Road.— Terms will be made known on day of sale. Sale to commence at one o'clock. P. M. ANDREW N. RAKER, Adm'r and Trustee for the sale of ! nov2sw4. Win. Smouse, Dec'd. ! i ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF \ / REAL ESTATE.—The undersigned, Ad | lninistrator of the Estate of Peter M>wrv, late of Napier t"wnship, deceased, will sell at public \ sale, by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court j of Bedford County, the farm of which said deceas- ; ed died seised, on Tuesday the 28th day of De cember, A D , 1889. to wit ". All that fane farm, | situate in said township*, on the Shawnee cabin . Creek, containing one hundred and eighty-nin6 1 acres, and 87 perches, adjoining lands ol John A. Burns, Charles Colvin, donn Dollard and others; about 150 acres cleared and under cultivation, having thereon erected a dwelling house, barn, i and other improvements. This is a bcautitul tract of laud, tine meadows and creek bottoms and upland, near the village of Schellsburg. conven ient to churches and schools uud agreeable neigh bors. Terms : one third in hand at confirmation of sale, and the balance in two equal anuuat pay ments thereafter, without interest, bale will be opened >tC 11 o'clock, A. M when due attendance and full particulars will be given by nov2sw4 JOHN A. MOWRY, Adm'r. ORPHANS' COURT BALE OF REAL ESTATE.—The undersigned, ad ministrator of the Estate of John Corly, Jr. late of Juniata tp., deceased, by virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, will sell the real estate of said deceased, at public outcry, ontbe premises, in said township, on Tuesday, the .10th day of December, A. D., 1869, to wit : So. I—Mansion Traet. composed of two tracts of land, and containing 84 acres 17 perches, pat ented to Mrs M Straney, the other containing lit acres, being part of No. 12, Church lauds, leased to Geo. Bitter for 99 years—renewable for ever, subject to the payment of an annual rent of s7.Bß—about 80 acres cleared, with a fine dwelling house, barn, and other improvements thereon oreetO'l, adjoining lands of Michael Uogan, Jaeob Beltz, Alvey Boylan, Peter Reighard, Bastian Wolf and Jas. Leasure, watered by the Juniata River. No. 2—Part of a traet of land, warranted in the name of Jeremiah Woods, containing 265 acres, 79 perches, about 170 acres cleared and under cultivation, having a dwelling house, barn, and other improvements thereon erected, and an apple orchard thereon, adjoining lands of Adam Uelle-, lands in name of James Daily, John Harvy and Martin Gray. XV, 3—Composed of four parcels of land,, con taining 87 acres, 15 perches, about 35 acres under cultivation, with a house, stable and small orchard thereon, adjoining lands of Peter Uitlcgass, Abra ham Skelley, Lewis Hashirer, Henry Beltz and others. These lands arc all favorably situated, with conveniences of roads, Schools, Ac. Term* —One third to remain in the hands of the purchas ers for use of widow during her lifetime; one third down at confirmation of Sale, and the bal ance in two equal annual payments thereafter without interest. Sale will be opened at 10 o'clock. A. M., of said day, on the mansion place, in Juniata tp., when due attendance and all particulars will be made known by FREDERICK HILLEUASS, Adm'r. nov2sv4. rs .) i V li INK L E V KN ITT 1N U F). ) MACHINES.—The most perfect ma chine vet invented. Will widen and narrow, turn a'heel, or point the toe. It will knit plain or ribbed. It will knit stockings, drawers, shirts, I hoods, comforters, mittens. Ac., Ac. It is cheap, simple and durable. It sets up its own work, uses but one needle, and requires no adjusting whatever. It will do the same work that the Lamb machine will do, and costs less than half as ! much, and has not the tenth part of the machine 'ry to get out of order. Circulars and samples mailed free on applifation. Agents wanted. All 1 machines guaranteed. STRAW A MORTON I Gen'l Agents. No 20, Sixth St , Pittstrfarg Pa n0v25'69yl Tall arms WANTED. - \ /Sharp's Carbines and Rifles, I Henry's 16 Shot Carbines and Rifles, j Spencer Carbines and Rifles, Colt's Navy Pistols. Colt's Army Pistols. ' Remington's Army or Navy Pistols, i Smith A Wesson's 5 A 6 shot Revolving Pistols. Parties having any of the above arms in any ! quantity from a single arm upward can find a lib- I era! cash purchaser by addressing CIIAS. A WILSON, ! nov2sw3 Jersey City, N. J. O' ~~ RI'HAXS' COURT SALE OF REAL ESTATE! —The undersigned, Trus | tee appointed by the Orphan's Court of Bedford ! county, to sell the Real Estate of Robert Glossen, : deceased, will sell at Public Sale, on the premi | ses, On WEDXES DA Y the 22 ud day of DE \ CEMBEIt , 1870, the one undivided half of a tract of land, situate in Londonderry township, ; in said county, containing 78 acres and 145 per ; ehes, about 45 acres cleared and under cuitiya tion, with a dwelling house thereon erected, ad i joining lands of John M. Buchanan, Christian \ Albright's heirs, and William Pott's heirs. ] Term* —Cash. Sale will be opened at 12o'clock, M of said day, when due attendance will be giv en by JACOB S ALBRIGHT, | nov2sw4 Trustee. "VTOTICE.—By order of the Court of ; Common Pleas of Bedford County, notice is : herobv given to Rebecca, wife ot Hannan Lepdey, residing in Knox eounty, Ohio, and Hannah | wife of Samuel Bnrket, residing in Clay county, | Indiana, children of Christain Albright, late of Londonderry township, Bedford county, Pennsyl vania. deceased, that Jeremiah E. Black, i'reder | ick D Bcogle, Benjamin R. Henderson, George j W. Williams, and Gideon D Trout, have been ap- I pointed by the said court, viewers to determine | the quality, quantity, and value, of the lands in i Londonderry tr>., belonging to the said parties as J heirs at law of the said Christian Albright, to be ! taken and occupied by the Pittsburgh and Con | nellsville Railroad Company, and that the said j viewers will meet and attend to the duties of their | apointment, on the premises, on Tuesday the 7th I day of December, 1869. W. M. HALL, i nov2sw2 Att'y tor P. AC. R. 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Sc h eII c k ' 8 P u 1 m o u i c Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and MahdrakePills.willcuretjon suuiption, Liver Complaint, and Dyspej sia, if ta ken according to directions They are all three to be taken at the nauie lime. They cleanse the stomach, relax the liver, and put it to work :then the appetite becomes good ; the food digests and makes good blood; the patient begins to grow in fiesb; thedise&sed matter ripen* in the lungs, and the patient outgrows the disease and gets well. This is the only way to cure consumption To these three medicines Dr J. li.Sehcnck, of Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled success in the treatmentof pulmonary consumption. The Pul monic iiyrup ripens the morbid matter in the lungs, lature throws it off by an easy expectora lion, for when the phlegm or matter is ripe, a slight cough will throw it off, and the patient has rest and the lungs begin to heal. To do this, the Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills must be freely used to cleause the stomach and liver, so that the Pulmonic Syrup and the food will make good blood Schenck's Mandrake Pills act upon the liver, removing allobstructions,relax the ducts of the gall-bladder, the bilestartsfreely, and the liver is soon relieved; the stools will sbow what the Pillscan do ; nothing has ever been invented ex cept calomel (a deadly poison which is very dan gerous to use uutess with great care), that will unlock thegall-bladderand starts the secretions of the liver like Schenck's Mandrake Pills Liver Complaint is one of the most prominent causes of Consumption. Schenck's Seaweed Tonic is a gentle stimulant and alterative, and the Alkali in the Seaweed, which this preparation is made of, assists the stomach to throw out the gastric juice to dissolve the food with the Pulmonic Syrup, and it is made into good blood without formentation or souryig in the stomach. The great reason why physicians do not cure eonsumptionris, they try to do too much; they give medicine to stop the cough, to stop chills, to stop night sweats, hectic fever, and by so doing they derange the whole digestive powers, locking up the secre'ions, and eventually the patient sinks and dies. Dr.Schenck, in his treatment, does not try to stop a cough, night sweats, chills, or lever. Re move the cause, and they will all stop of their own accord No one can be cured of Consump tion, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Cataarb, Can ker, Ulcerated Throat, unless the liver and stom ach are made healthy. If a person has Consumption, ofcourse the lungs in some way are diseased, either tubercles, ab scesses, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion, or the lungs are a mass u f inflammation and fast de caying In such oases what must be done ? It is not only the that are wasting, but it is the whole b^idy. The stomach and liver have lost their power to make biood out of food- Now the only chance is to take Schenck's three medicines, which will bring up a tone to the stomach, the patient will begin to w ant food, it iviil digest easi ly and make good blood : then the patient begins to gain in tlesb, and as soon as the body begins to grow, the lungs commence to heal up, and the pa tient gets fleshy and well. This is the only way to cureconsumplion. When there is no lung disease, and only Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia, Schenck's Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills are sufficient without the Pulmonic Syrup. Take the Mandrake Pills freely in all billious oomplaints, as they are per fectly harmless Dr. Schenck, who has enjoyed uninterrupted health for many years past, and now weighs 225 pounds, was wasted away to a mere skeleton, in the very last stage of Pulmonary Consumption, bis physicians having pronounced his case hope less and abandoned hiui to his fate. He was cured by the aforesaid medicines, and since hisreoovery many thousands similarly afflicted have used Dr. Schenck's preparations with tho same remarkable success. Pull directions accompanying each, make it not absolutely necessary to personally see Dr. Schenck, unless the patients wish their lungs examined and for this purpose he is professional ly at his Principal Office, Philadelphia, every Saturday, where all let ers for advice must he ad dressed. He is also professionally at No. 32 Bond Street, New York, 6very other Tuesday, and at No. 35 Hanover Street, Boston, every other Wednesday. He gives advioe free, but for a thor ough examination with his Respirometerthe price is 85 Office hours at each city from SAM, to 3 P. M Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Ton ia each SL.SO per bottle, or $7.50 a hslf-doxen. Mandrake Pills 25 cents a box. For sale by all druggists. DR. J. H. SCHENCK, may2Byl 15 N. 6th St., Philada., Pa. Words of Wisdom for Young men, On the Ruling Passion in Youth and Early Man. hood, with SELF HELP for the erring and unfor tunate. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila., Pa- may2B,'69yl saus. \J LAND FOR SALE —The undersigned offers for sale the follow ing valuable bodies of land : THREE CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND, containing 160 acres each, situated on the Illinois Central Railroad, in Champaign county. State of Illinois, 8 miles from the city of Urbana, and one mile fioui Rentual Station on said Railroad. Two of the tracts adjoin, and one of them has a never failing pond of water upon it The city of Urbana contains about 4,000 inhabitants. Champaign the greatest wheat growing county in Illinois. ALSO— One-fourth of a tract of land , situated in Broad Top township, Bedford county, oontaln ing about 45 acres, with all the coal veins of Broad Top running through it, ALSO— Three foes in the town of Coa/monl, Huntingdon county. Jan 26, '66-tf P. C REAMER rpwo FARMS AT PRIVATE X SALE. Now is THE TIME TO BUV CHEAP REAL ESTATE. A FARM IN MORRISON'S COVE. A SPLENDID I ARM WITHIN TW MILES OF BEDFORD The subscriber will sell at private sale, on very very reasonable terms, and at reduced prices, the following described, very valuable real estate, viz : A TRACT OF LAND situated in Morrison's Cove, about one mile from Lafayettsville, and four milesfrom Woodberry. iu Middle Woodberry twp., containing 102 acres, more or less, about 45 acres cleared and under fence, with one and a half story log house, log baru, blacksmith shop and other outbuildings, adjoining lands ef Jack son Stuokey on the east, Christ Kochenderfer on the north, John Iveagy on the west, and Ignatius Brant's heirs on the south This can be made one of the neatest and most pleasant little farmsin the Cove with very littleexpcnse. There isanabund anco of water, plenty of fruit and splendid timber upon it —all that is necessary to make it desira ble. ALSO, A MOST EXCELLENT TRACT OF LIME STONE AND RIVER BOTTOM LAND, within two miles of Bedford, containing 228 acres, about 150 yores of which are cleared and in a high state of cultivation and the balance well timbered. There are excellent new building erected thereon with a well of never failing water at the door. There are two orchards of choice fruit upon it. 75 acres of meadow, (River Bottom) can be cultiva ted with trifling oxpense. The upland is in a good state of cultivation, well set with clover and under good fence. There Is sufficient timber upon it to pay for the farm several times ifthrown into the Bedford market. Apply to J. R. DUUBURHOW,Attorney at Law, limayuifl Bedford, Pa. I "EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL The undersigned, Executor of the last will, Ac., of John Miller, late of Cumberland Valley Township, dee'd., will by virtue of the power giyen him by the said Will, sell at public sale, on the premises in said Township. ON SAT URDAY, the 4th day of DECEMBER, at 10 o'clock, a. m., of said day, all the Real Estate of said deceased, situate in said township, con sisting of a TRACT OF LAND containing 67 acres, rnoreor less, part improved, with an or ohard and never failing spring of water thereon: —adjoining lands of Lorenio D.Cessna, Henry Miller, Henry Miller, Jr's heirs, Adam Zembower. ThomasGrnwden and Jacob Miller. Jr. Thistraet would make a snug farm and is in a pleasant neighborhood. Terms, —One third cash, and balance in twoe qual annual payments to be secured by bonds and mortgage, or judgments. novllw4 JAS. CESSNA, Ex'r. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE —By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court, the subscriber will offer at public sale, on the premises, On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1869, at II o clock, a. in., all the Real Estate, late of George Deitriob, deo'd, in Harrison tp.. Bedlord county, being a tract of land lying about three quarters of a mile Northeast of Buffalo Mills, on the line of the Bedford and Bridgeport Railroad, and containing 185 acres, more or less, one hun dred and tweuty aorea being cleared and under fence and in a good state or cultivation, tweuty boing weudow, and the balance well timbered with ohestnut oak, black oak and white oak tim ber. Theimprovemonts are a two-9tory Log Dwel ling House, with kitchen attached, a bank barn and other outbuildings, a large apple orchard, a good supply of small fruits and a good sugar camp The property is oonvetdent to mill, churches and school house. TKKMS—-One-third in cash and the balance in two equal annual payments. Any person wishing to examine the property he fore the day of sale can do so by calling on Wil liam Deitrieh, un the premises, nov 1 Bw4 DAVID MILLER, Adm'r. tp A lT?.l ]■: R'S 11 ELP E R Shows how to Double the Profits of the Farm, and how farmers and their sons can each make SIOO PER MONTH in Winter. 10,000 copies will be mailed free to farmer*. Send name and ad dress to 2EIGLER MoCURDY. A CO , onr2Hw4 , Philadelphia, Pa. P~ Ri N I'ERS' 1N K Has made many a businessman rioho We ask uto try it D the vilumnsof tub GAjeV'tß A NTH K AC T for sale a lot o COAL whieh I recomme. ty. JOHN Bloody Run Station, oet'n DISSOLUTION NOT. dersigned hereby give notice dissolved the partnership hefetoforv tween them in the mercantile business al consent. The books are in the hands Hershmanforcoliection, who will also pay a. owed by the late firm, SIMON HERSHMAN, sept9s9tf SOLOMON GREEN BA UM. WANTED. —An experienced girl for general housework. One from Bed ford county preferred. Good wages and expenses to the city will be paid Address. REV. B. H HUNT, novllw.'l. cor. 41st A Myrtle, Philadelphia. NOTICE.-Came to the I j premises of the undersigned, in Union tp , Bedford county, on or about the middle of Octo ber, 2 head of cattle, one a pale red Heifer with both ears split and horns; the other a deep red Mooley steer with the left ear off and a hole in the right ear. The owner is requested to couie forward, prove property, pay charges and take them away ; otherwise they will be dealt with ac cording to law. GEO. W. CORL. novl lw3* NOTICE.—Cteme to the JOJ premises of the undersigned, in Cum berland Valley tp.. about the middle of June last, two head of stray cattle, one a dark red three-year old Heifer, the right ear cropped with a slit in it, the other a light red one year old Heifer, same mark as the former. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take them away, otherwise they will be dealt with according to law. novlfwS. JOSEPH HEMMING. I ASTRAY NOTICE.—Came to the of the undersigned, in Liberty tp., on or about the first of November, inst., a red and white spotted steer, with white face and small horns, about 2years old. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take it away, otherwise it will be dealt with ac cording to law. nov] Sw3* JACOB BRUMBAUGH 17STRAY NOTICE.—Came to the i i premises of the undersigned, in Snake spring tp., on or about the 16th of October last, a White Sow. with both ears cropped, about two years old The owner is requested to come for ward. prove property, pay charges, and take her away, otherwise she will be dealt with according to law JOSEPH MORTIMORE. novlßw3. MONEY OR NOTE.—AII jtersons indebted to John S. Sproat A Co , for , or F. Benedict for lumber, must close their accounts by the 10th of December or suit will be brought. JOHN S. SPROAT A CO. novlßw3. F BENEDICT. STRAY STEER.—( ame to the prem ises of the subscriber in Juniata township, sometime in September last, a brindled Steer, one year old. past, supposed to be out of a drove. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take him away. novlßw3* ANDREW DIEHL. INSTATE OF LEVAN WEIMER i DECEA SED— Letters Testamentary hav ingbeen granted by the Register of Bedtord coun ty to the undersigned Executors of the last Will at.d Testament of Lcvan Weimer, late o> Monroe township, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay ment, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement. HEZEKIAH ROWLAND, SARAH WEIMER, 0ct!9,1869. Exeautors. r I'M IK REGULATOR. W. C. GARWOOD takes pleasure in informing the citizens of Bed ford and vicinity, that he has taken The Old Store of 11. F. Irvine and intends keeping noth ing but the best goods at the most REASONABLE PRICES. Remember always to call at No. 2 AXDEBSOS'S Row. where you will always find W C. GARWOOD prepared to sell as cheap as the cheapest. BOOTS ANE SHOES. Everybody in search of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, shouid call at Garwood's Regu lator. GLASSWARE. Everybody in search of Glass ware, should call at Gar wood's Regulator. QUEENS WARE. Everybody in search of Queensware, should call at Garwood'sllegulator. SPICES. Everybody in want of Spices of any hind, should not fail to call at Garwood's Regulator. TOBACCO. Men loving good Tobacco, should call at Garwood's Regulator, as he keeps the best. NOTIONS. Everybody wanting good Neck-ties, Coltars, Ae., should call at once at Gar wood's Regulator. sept3o,'69tf. rpo MY MANY FRIENDS ANI) t CUSTOMERS —I take this method of thanking mv friends for the patronage they have extended to me in the past, and would recom mend that they extend the same to my successor, W. C Garwood, who has taken charge of the "Regulator" establishment. H. F. IRVINE.^ B M. BLYMYER & CO INTRODUCE THIS SEASON several new paterns COOKING, PARLOR and HEATING STOVES, which they will sell— AT CITY PRICES, FOR CASH ! Our terms wilibe cash unless otherwise agreed upon by the parties, and at most, only a short credit will be given. We desire all persons having unsettled account with Geo. Blymyer, Geo Blymyer A Son and B M. Blymyer A Co., to call and settle on or be fore the Ist of October, as after that time the Bookswill be left with 11. MCODEMUS for set tlement B. M. BLYMYER A CO sepldmS. A GENTS WANTED FOR J ~ CHAMBERLIN'S L B A O W O K FOR THE PEOPLE! COSTAINIXU Full Instructions and Practical Forms, adapted to Every Kind of Business, and to all the States of the Union. BY FRANKLIN CHAMBKRLIN Of the United States Bar. "There is no book of the kind which will take rank with it for authenticity, intelligence, and completeness."— Springfield (Mass.) Republi can . This is the Only New Book of the kind pub lished for many years. It is prepared by an able Practical Lawyer,of twenty-fiive years' ex perience, and is just what everybody needs tor daily use. it t* highlp recommended hp many eminent Judges, metudiug the Chief Justice and other Judges of Massachusetts, and the Chief Justice undentttre Bench of Connecticut. Sold only by Subscription. Agents Wanted Everywhere. Send for Circulars. O.'l). CASK A CO., Publishers. Hartford, Conn.; No. 1 Spruce St., New York ; Cincinnati, 0.; and Chicago, 111. CAUTION. An old law-hook, published many years has tost beeß hastily re-issued as "a new hook, without oven a suitable revision ot ;ts obsolete statements. Do not confound that work with CBAMBBRLIN'B LAW-BOOK ro TUB PBOPII. july3orol.