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THT F! MLFCTTL ®AZFITE.
Home and Around.
HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R.R. j
— Wistkr Arraxokment.—Ti me Table .—Onand j
After Sept. 16th, pas-enger trains will arriveand
depart as follows:
Mail Train leavesMt. Dallaa at 1.00 p. in., ar
rive? at Huntingdon at 4.20 p. m.; leaves Hunt
ingdon at 8.40 a ra., and arrivesat Mt. Dallas at
11 52 a. m.
Accom'n Train leaves Saxton at 8.20 a. m.,
and arrives at Huntingdon, at 10-10 a. m.; leaves
Huntingdon at 5.55 p. m., and arrives at Saxton
at 7.41 p. m.
Read the new advertisements.
DemocratsshouldtaketheGAzET i e.
AN argument court will be held on
the 13th of Decern Iter.
THE year 1870 begins and ends on
Saturday.
Tight—and getting tighter every day
—money matters.
The Bedford House,in this place, is
for sale or rent. See advertisement in i
another column.
Killing time is approaching. "Meet
me in the morning," will be a popular j
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
burnedHo 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 McCausland.
Mr. Richard King, formerly of this
place, fell from a staircase, a distance
of about twelve feet, in the foundry of
Messrs. Stut/.man A Keini, at Ursina,
Somerset county, and was instantly
killed.

Gone to jail—our friend, John A.
Cessna. Rut 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- j
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 teen
making a havoc among the fleecy flocks
in Napier township. Over fifty sheep
were killed in a few nights within the
last two weeks. A number of the cur
sed canines have been sent "up in a :
balloon," by sheep owners. "O! Ki- •
s?r, don't you want to buy a dog?"
HONORED.— Dr. C. N. Hickok,ofthis
place, has been nominated to the posi
tion of Right WortbyGrand 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 a member
more worthy or better qualified than
the Doctor.
R. A. Lamberton, Esq., of Ilarris
burg, has been re-nominated for the
same position from the Grand Lodge
of Pennsylvania. Each branch of the
Order is represented in the G. L. L : . 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 oatii 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. Larcency
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, but pay
costs of prosecution.
Same vs. John Stombaugh, Barbara
Heltzell, et at. Surety of the Peace on
oath of Michael Walter. Walter to
pay all costs accrued in the arrest of
Mrs. Heltzell and John Henzeyand de
fendant Stombaugh to pay balance of
costs.
Same vs John N. Kensinger. As
sault and Battery on oath of Samuel
Berkstresser. Found Guilty and sen
tenced to pay a fine of s">.oo 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
nil cost of prosecution.
Same vs John Skelly. Violation of
the liquor laws. Plead Guilty and
sentenced to ton 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 oT
$.1,00 each and all costs.
Same vs I)r. Geo. \\. Dibort. 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 D. 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
lizabeth Hall. Larcency on oath of
Martha E. Ilea. 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 wits found Guilty, and Su
san Richeson and Elizabeth IPalf,
Not Guilty.
TRIPLE MURDER IX HUNTINGDON
COUNTY ! — An Aged Man and Wife and
Jioy Shot.—Their Bodies Committed to j
the Flames.—The Perpetrators of the j
Horrible Crime Captured.—One of the .
most horrible and inhuman murders
ever committed, was perpetrated at
Pleasant (trove, a quiet place about j
seven miles from Huntingdon, on the
Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad, j
on last Wednesday evening. In an j
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, j
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 ot
life, while the other fiend stationed
himself at the door of entrance to give
the alarm should they be detected.
After the commission of the horrible
and heartrending crime the victims
were thrown on the bed, which was
set on fire 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, aed 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. Bohner 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.
Baughberger, on 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*
tittig 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 bore 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.
II IN KLEY 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 Hinkiey
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 are 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 Chrislain Advocate.
BEARS CACTI-RED.—A party of
hunters captured a bear 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—RKKIHARD—In St. Clairsville, No
vember 16. 1869, at the Lutheran Parsonage, by
the Rev. J. Peter, Thomas H. Imlor, to Annie
Keiehsrd, 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
couDtv papnrs please copy.
LYNN —WISE —Oct. 25, by the same, Mr. A
brab°in Lynn to Miss Lavinia Wise, all of Broad
Top tp., Bedford eo.
JENKINS —WESTON —Oct 8, by thesaine. Mr.
Jno.Jcnkins.toMisiiDeliUWeston.all of Coal
dale. Bedford Co.
KEPPEU—EDWARDS.—Oct. 7. bv A W.
Swoope, Esq , in Coaldale. Mr. Win. Hopper to
Miss Amanda Edwards.
DIED.
MORTIMORE —At her residence near Bloody
Run on the 20th inst., Mrs. Catharine Mortimore,
ged 35 years and 5 months. She leaves several
orphan children to inxirn their loss.
' Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord"
gmr
QECOND AND LAST NOTICE.—
We have extended our Notice till the 16th
of December, after which time the booke of Deo.
Blyiiiyer, Geo Blymyer A Son and B M. Bly
myer A Co., will be placed in the hendn of Ktxj >
Nicodemus for ►Settlement, without respect to
persons. noV 26 IrtbS, w3.
4 LEX. KING, Jr., ATTORNEY
XXAT LAW, BEDFORD, PA. —All business en
trusted to bis care will receive prompt and care
ful attention.
Office three door* south of the Court House,late
ly occupied by J. W. Dickers.n | nov2s,'69tf. _
BEDFORD HOUSE FOR SALE
OR RENT—Possession given at any time be
tween this date and the Ist'of April, LB7O. Fot
further particulars inquire of
novtt'Mtf J.J SHOEMAKER.
ito*
2Utr iMvcrtisrmcnts.
FJBLIC SALE.—By virtue of an
order of the Orphans' Court of Bodtord
county, the undersigned Administrator of and
Trustee for the saleof the Real Estate of William
Smouse. late of the township of Middle Wood ber
ry, in the county aforesaid, will offer for sale,
and sell on Saturday the 18th day of December
next, all the followiogdescribed Real Estate, con
sisting ot a tract ot land containing 11 acres neat
measure more or less, lhe above laud is favor
ably located within one mile of the borough of
Woodberry, on the Woodbcrry and Pattonsville
Turnpike : the whole ot the land is cleared and
under fence and in a good state of cultivation.
There is. also, ar, orchard upon the premises of two
acres, planted with choice apple and othor fruit
trees. This property is also convenient to Church
es, Schools and Mills, and is on the direct line of
the contemplated Morrison's Cove Rail Road.—
Term* will be made known on day of sale. Sale
to commence at one o'clock. P.M.
ANDREW N. BAKER. Adm'r
aud Trustee for the sale of
nov2sw4. Wat. Smouse, Dec'd.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.—The undersigned, Ad
mfnistrator of the- Estate of Peter Mow ry, late of
Napier township, deceased, will sell at public
sale, by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court
of Bedford County, the farm of which said deceas
ed died seised, 011 Tuesday the 2sth day of De
cember. A 1> .1569, to wit: All that tine farm,
situate in said township, on the Shawnee Cabin
Creek, containing one hundred and eigbty-niii6
acres, and 87 perches, adjoining lands of John A.
Burns, Charles Colvin , JoDn Doll ard and others,
about 150 acres cleared and under cultivation,
having thereon erected a dwelling house, barn,
and other improvements. This is a beautiful
tract of land, tine meadows and creek bottoms and
upland, near the village of SehelDburg. conven
ient to churches and schools and agreeable neigh
bors.
Term? : one third in hand at confirmation of
sale, and the balance in two equal annual pay
ments thereafter, without interest. Sale will be
opened will o'clock, A. M.. when due attendance
and full particulars will be given by
nov26wl JOHN A. MOWRV, Adm'r.
ORPHANS' COURT BALE OF
REAL ESTATE—The undersigned, ad
ministrator of the Estate ot John Corly, Jr. late
of Juniata tp., deceased, by virtue of an order of
ihe Orphans Court of Bedford county, will sell
the real estate of said deceased, at public outcry,
onthe premises, in said township, on Tuesday,
the 30th day of December, A. D., 1869. to wit:
No. I—Mansion Tract , composed of two tracts
of land, aud containing 8-4 acres 37 perches, pat
ented to Mrs M Straney, the other containing
117 acres, being part of No. 12, Church lands,
leased to Geo. Hitter for 99 years—renewable for
ever. subject to the payment of an annual rent of
s7.t3 —about 80 acres cleared, with a fine dwelling
house, barn, and other improvements thereon
erected, adjoining lands of Michael llogan, Jacob
Beltz, Alvey Boylan, Peter Reighard, Bastinn
Wolf and Jas. Leasure, watered by the Juniata
River. .
No. 2—Part of a tract of land, warranted in the
name of Jeremiah Moods, 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 Gelle-,
lands in name of James Daily, John Harvy and
Martin Gray.
No 3 —Composed of four parcels of land,, con
taining b7 acres, 35 perches, about 35 acres under
cultivation, with a house, stable and small orchard
thereon, adjoining lands of Peter Hillegass, Abra
ham Skelley, Lewis Ilashircr, Henry Beltz and
others. These lauds are all favorably situated,
with convenieDces of roads. Schools, Ac. Term*
—One third to remain iu 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
di:y, on the mansion place, in Juniata tp., when
due attendance and all particulars will be made
known by
FREDERICK HILLEGASS, Adm'r.
nov2sw4.
111 NKL E V KNIIT IN G
' MACHINES.—The most perfect ma
chine yet invented. Will widen and narrow,
turn a heel, or point the toe. It will knit plain
or ribbed. It will knit stockings, drawers, sbirt3,
noofis, 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 h&lf as
much, and has Dot the tenth part of the machine
ry to get out of order. Circulars and samples
mailed free on application. Agents wanted. All
machines guaranteed. STRAW A MORTON 7 .
Gen'l Agents. No 20, Sixth St , Pitt-ibtrg. Pa.
nov2s'69yi
OLD A R.MS WANTED. -
Sharp's Carbines and Rifles,
Henry 's 16 Shot Carbines and Rifles,
Spencer Carbines and Rifles,
Colt's Navy Pistols.
Colt's Army Pistols.
Remington's Army or Navy Pistols,
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 oan find a lib
eral cash purchaser by addressing
CIIAS. A WILSON.
nov2sw3 Jersey City, N. J.
ORPHANS' 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 nd day of DE
CEMBER, 1870, the one undivided half of a
tract of land, situate in Londonderry township,
in said county, containing 78 acres and J45 per
ches. about 45 acres clear_d and under cultiva
tion, with a dwelling house thereon erected, ad
joining lands of John M Buchanan, Christian
Albright's heirs, and William Pott's heirs.
Term —Cash. Sale will be speued at 12o'clock,
M , of said day. when due attendance will be giv
en bv JACOB S ALBRIGHT,
nov2sw4 Trustee.
VT< )TICE. —By order of the Court of
Common Pleas of Bedford County, notice is
hereby given to Rebecca, wife of Harman Lepley,
residing in Knox county, Ohio, and Ilannah
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, Freder
ick D Boogie, Benjamin R. Henderson, George
W. Williams, and GideonD. Trout, have been ap
pointed by the said court, viewers to determine
the quality, quantity, and value, of the lands in
Londonderry tn . belonging to the said parties as
heirs at law of the said Christian Albright, to be
taken and occupied by tho Pittsburgh and Con
ncllsville Railroad Company, and that the said
viewers will meet and attend to the duties of their
apointmcnt, on the premises, on Tuesday the 7th
day of December, 1860. W. M HALL,
ncv2sw2 Att'y lor P. A C. R. Co.
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He It en ck ♦ s Piilm o u i c Hy r u ft,
Seaweed Tonic and M andrake Villa. willcureCun
sumptioD, Liver Complaint, and Dyspej aia, if ta
ken according to directions They are all three
to be taken at the same time. Tbey cleanse the
stomach, relax the liver.and put it to work :then
the appetite becomes good ; the food digests and
makeagood blood ; the patient begins to grow in
flesh; the diseased matter ripens in the lunga,
and the patient outgrows the disease and gets
well. Thisis the only way tocure consumption
To these three medicines Dr .J 11 Schenck. of
Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled success in the
treatmentof pulmonary consumption. The Pul
monic Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
lungs, nature throws it off by an easy expectora
tiou. 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, no that the Pulmonic Syrup and the
food will make good blood
Schenck's Mandrake Pills act upon the liver,
removing all obstructions, relax the ducts of the
gall-bladder, the bile startsfreely, and the liver
is soon relieved; the stools will show what the
Pills can do; nothinghasever been invented ex
cept calomel (a deadly poison which is very dan
gerous to use unless with great care), that will
unlock the gall-bladder and starts the secretions
of ihe 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 fermentation or souring
in the stomach.
The great reason why physicians do not cure
consumptionris, 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 secretions, and eventually the patient
sinks and dies.
Dr. Schenck, in his treatment, does not try to
stop a cough, night sweats, chills, or fever. Re
move the cause, and they will all stop of their
own accord. Nooneoanbe Cured of Cousump
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 of inflammation and fast de
caying In such oases what must be done ? It
is not only toe lungs that are wasting, but it is
the whole The stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood 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 want food, itvrilldlgesteasi
ly and make good blood : then the patient begins
to gain in flesh, 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 cure consumption.
When there is uo 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 complaints, 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,
his physicians having pronounced his case hope
less and abandoned him to his fate. He was cured
by the aforesaid medicines, and since hisreooverv
many thousands similarly afflicted have used Dr.
Schenck's preparations with tho same remarkable
success Pull directions accompanying each,
make it not absolutely neeessary 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 ors for advice must be ad
dressed. He is also professionally at No. 32 Bond
Street, New Vork, every other Tuesday, and at
No. 35 Hanover Street, Boston, every other
Wednesday. He gives advice free, but for a thor
ough examination with his Kespirometerthe price
isio Office hours at each city from 9 A M.to 3
P M.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Ton
io each $1.50 per bottle, or $7 50 a half-dozen.
Mandrake Pills 25 cents a box. For sale by all
druggists.
DR. J. H SCHENCK,
inay2Byi 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
ftaUg.
V r ALU ABLE LAND FOR SALE
j —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 fiom Rentual Station on said Railroad. Two
of the tract? 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, contain
ing about 45 acres, with all the coal veins of Broad
Top running through it.
ALSO— Three Lots in the toten of Conlmont,
Huntingdon oounty.
Jan 38, '6O-tf F. C. REAMER
nnWo FARMS AT PRIVATE
I SALE.
Sow is tai TIKE TO Bttr CHEAP REAL ESTATE.
A FARM IN MORRISON'S COVE
.4 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 valuablereal estate, viz :
A TRACT OF LAND situated in Morrison's
Cove, about one mile from Lafayettsville, and
four milesfrom Woodberry, in 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 Keagy on the west, and Ignatius
Brant's heirs on the south This can be madeone
of the neatest and most pleasant little farmsin the
Cove with very littleexpense. There is an abund
ance 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
lit) yores of which are cleared and in a highstate
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 expense. 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. DURBGRROW .Attorney at Law,
ltmaymfl Bedford,
1A XECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL
—The undersigned, Executorof the
last will, Ac., of John Miller, late of Cumberland
Valley Township, deo'd., will by virtue of the
power given 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. in., of said day, all the Real Estate
of said deceased, situate in said township, con.
sisting of a TRACT OF LAND containing 67
acres, more or loss, part improved, with an or
chard and never failing spring of water thereon:
—adjoining lands of Lorenio I). Cessna, Henry
Miller, Henry Miller, Jr's heirs, Adam Zcmbower,
ThomasGrowden and Jacob Miller. Jr. Thistract
would make a snug farm and is in a pleasant
neighborhood.
Terms, —One third oash. and balance in twoe
qual annual payments to be secured by bonds
and mortgage, or judgments,
norllwl JAB. 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, 1861),
at II o clock, a. in , all the Real Estate, late of
George Deitrioh, deo'd, iu Harrison tp.. Bediurd
county, being a traot of land lying about three
quarter* of a mile Northeast of Buffalo Mills, on
Oie line of tbe Bedford and Bridgeport Railroad,
and containing 185 acres, more or less, one hun
dred and tweuty aero* being cleared and under
fence and in a good state of cultivation, tweuty
being meadow, and tbe balance well timbered
with chestnut oak, black oak and white oak tim
hor. Theimprovements are a two-story Log Dwel
ling House, with kitchen attaehed. a bank barn
and other outbuildings, a large apple orchard , a
good supply of small fruits and a good sugar camp
The property is convenient to mill, churches and
school house. TKKKS— l One-third in cash and tho
balance in two equal annual payments.
Any person wishing to examine the property be
fore the day of sale can do so by calling on Wil
liam Deitrich, on the premises.
novlßw4 DAVID MILLER, Adm'r.
Fi A TTM E R'S II ELI" E R
' Shows how to Double the Profits of the Farm,
and how farmers and their sons oan each make
SIOO PER MONTH in Wiutor. 10,000 oopies will
be mailed free to farmers. Send name and ad
dress to ZEIGLER MoCURDU. A CO.,
onf2Bw4 # Philadelphia, Pju
PR1 N I'ERS' INK lias made many a
businessman rich. We ask ute irjitl l
the olamnsof TUB
A NTHRACITE COAL.—I have
J\for sale a lot of WILKKSBARKE NUI
Cf)AL which I recommend as of toe best quali
ty JOHN W. BAKNDOLLAR,
Bloody Run Station, oct7in3.
Dissolution notice.- i heu
dcrsigncd hereby give notice that they have
dissolved the partnership heretofore existing be
tween them in the mercantile business. by mutu
al consent. The books are in the hands of Simon
Hersbmanforcollection, who will also pay alldebts
owed by the late firm.
SIMON HERSHMAN,
eptsßtf SOLOMON GREENBAUM
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,
novMwS. cor. <1 st A Myrtle, Philadelphia.
J ASTRAY NOTICE. —C&me to the
A premises of the undersigned, in Union tp .
dford eouuty, 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 come
forward, prove property, pay charges and take
them away; otherwise they will be dealt with ac
cording to law. GEO W. CORL.
novl 1 w3*
I ASTRAY NOTICE.—Came to the
J premises of the undersigned, in Cum
berland Valley tp,, about the middle of June
last, two bead of stray cattle, one a dark
red three-year old Heifer, the right ear crcpped
with a slit in it, the other a light red one jear old
Heifer, same mark as the former. The owner is
requested to come forward, prove piopcrty, pay
charges and take them away,otherwise they will
be dealt with according to law.
novllw3. JOSEPH HEMMING.
I7STRAY 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.
_novl Bw3* JA COB BRUM B A UGH. _
I ASTRAY NOTICE.—Came to the
J premises of the undersigned, in Snake
bpripg 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.
\TONKY OR NOTE.—AII persons
If I indebted to John S. Sproat A Co , for
brick, or F. Benedict for lumber, must close their
accounts by the 10th of December or suit will be
brought. JOHN 8. SPROAT A CO.
_novlßw3. F BENEDICT
STRAY STEER.—Came 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.
novtßw3* ANDREW DIEHL.
TA STATE OF LEV AN WEIMER
J[_J DECEASED— Letters Testamentary hav
iiigDeen granted by the Register of Bedford coun
ty to the undersigned Executors of the last Will
and Testament ot Levan Weirner, late o' Monroe
township, deceased. All persons indebted to said
estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay
ment, and those haviDg claims will present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
HEZEKIAH ROWLAND.
SARAH WEIMER,
0ct19.1869. Executors
TilE 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.
RemembeT always to call at No. 2 ANDERSON'S
Row. where you will always find W C. GARWOOD
prepared to sell as cheap as the cheapest.
BOOTS AXE SHOES.
Everybody in search of Boots,
Shoes and Gaiters, should
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'sKegulator.
SPICES.
Everybody in want of Spiees
of any kind, should not
fait 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, Collars, A*.,
should call at once at Gar
wood's Regulator.
sept3o,'69tf.
110 MY MANY "FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS —I take this method of
thanking my friends for the patronage they have
extended to me in the past, and would recom
mend that tbey extend the same to my successor,
W C Garwood, who has taken charge of the
u ßegulator" establishment. H.F. IRVINE.
TA M. BLYMYER & CO
will
INTRODUCE THIS SEASON
several new paterns
COOKING,
PARLOR and
HEATING
STOVES,
which they will sell—
AT CITY PRICES, FOR CASH '
Our terms will be rash unless otherwise agreed
upon by the parties, aud at most, only a short
oredit 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 H. NICODEMUS for set
tlement 11. M. BLY.Mi ER A CO.
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