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Home and Around. HUNTING DON AN I> BROA DTOI'R.R. tV I*TKR ARRAVSBMENT.—TIMETABLE—OI and f jr S ipt. t *th, passenger trains will arriveand d jpart as follows: Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p. m..ar rives at Huntingdon at 4 20 p.m.: leaves Hunt iag 1 >n at 8.4) a. m., and arrives at Mt. Dallas at It 52 a m. Aecoui'n Triin leaves Saxton at 8.20 a. in., an I arrives at Huntingdon, at 10.10 a. in .; leaves Huntingdon it 5.55 p. m., and arrives at Saxton at 7.41 p. m. DEMOCRATIC MEETIKO t Monday Evening-. E'eb. 11, The Democrats and Conservatives of Bedford county are ret juested to meet in the Court House, on Monday even ing of Court week, (Feb. 14), The extravagance, fraud and trick ery of the party in power, both Na tional and State, demand a prompt re buke from every good citizen. Let there be a good turn out! Rally for Justice and the Right! Able speakers will address the meet ing. E. F. KERR, fel>3w2 Cli'n Dem. Co. Com. DEMOCRAT IC COUNTY CCMMITTEF..— The Democratic county committee will meet at the "Gazette Office," in Red ford, on Monday, February 14th, IS7O, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Every mem ber of tire committee in expected to be present as business of great importance relating to the rules and government of the party are to be discussed and sub mitted to a county convention. E. F. KERR, Oh'n JDem. Co. C'otn. Calico balls are all the rage. The abolition of the death penalty is being agitate d in this State. Read Dawes' speech, 011 the outside of to day's paper. Valuable real estate is changing hands in Some r-et. A new post office has been establish ed at Ursina, Somerset county. Hon- A. H. Coffroth is Findlay's at torney in the contested election case. An okl maid's love letter is common ly called a romance of the middle age. February, most diminutive of mouths, steps in with a haughty, win try mien. Four bears were killed recently near S.v ager's Mills, Allegany county, Md., by a party of hunters. The stage line between this pla'te and Chamborsburg lias been purchased by a Mr. Long. Thellun'ingdon murderers have been s-n fenced to be liung. The day for the execution has not yet been fixed. The new bridge in the Narrows will be ready for the travelling public this week. It is said that one of the Hunting don murderers is writing a lull confes sion which will be made public in a few 1 lays. The approaching anniversary ot "Washi gton's birthday is to he made the occasion of a grand temperance re vival throughout the country. For a business man to stop advertis ing would he equivalent to his saying : "I have stopped business and ask no in ire favors of the peopie " As sure throats are very prevalent it may be of service to the afflicted to know that a gargle of a little alum and honey, dissolved in sage tea, will re lieve it. The Altoona Tribune , claiming to be an independent paper, is beginning to show the cloven foot of .Radicalism. Independence in politics in a secular p per, is a humbug. The name of Meyers Mills, a thriv ing town on the P. A <J. Railroad, in Somerset county, has been changed to ♦ that of Dale City. The place is said to be growing rapidly. +. Geary gave as a reason for not at tending the hall on the night of the In auguration, that "his legs were too full ot bullet holes to admit of such a thing!" 'tshoo Fly!'" Mrs. Solomon Filler, formerly of this place, died in Pittsburg on Sunday ev ening last. Mrs. Filler was an esti mable laily, and her death will l>e mourned by many friends and rela tives here. _ An incorrigible old bachelor suggests that female suffrage would not amount to much so far as single ladies are con cerned, for few would admit that they wvreold enough to vote. Consum mate brute! TERPSICHORE AN. —A party of the "youth and beauty" of our town "tip ped the light fantastic toe" at the Bed lord Hall, one evening last week. Ev erything went "merry as a marriage bell," and all concerned enjoyed them selves hugely. We are indebted to "Adolphus Dud ly Dury" alia* George Rush, for la,e western platers and a "Guide lit the Union Pacific R. It. Lands" for winch he will accept our thanks. Comeagain, but no more ol your "tricks on travel ers." It is slated by some wiseacre that the heart of a man weighs about nine ounces, and that of a woman about eieht. As the age increases, a man's heart grown heavier, and a woman's lighter. Some girls lose theirs at six teen. - + : The Scu!l-Fiudlay east* will be heard before the Committee, this week. The following Senators compose the Com mittee: Randall, Lindernian, Lowrv, Brooke, Ousterhout, Brown and Al len—four "Republicans" and three Democrats. We feel assured that there is enough honor left in the Committee and in the Senate to give the seat final ly to Mr. Findlay to whom it justly belongs. Somerse. complains of more renters than houses. That was the casein tins place a few years ago, until our peo ple found it necessary to make more room for themselves, and the result is that Bedford boasts to-day of thirty five new dwelling and business houses more than she had two years ago. The Huntingdon Globe , of last week says, "The revival in the Methodist church of this place continues with un abated zeal. About seventy-live per sons of bi th sexes have sought forgive ness of their sins, of whom fifty-seven have applied for admission iuto the church. This is one of the most suc cessful revivals on record." One day recently as some men were engaged at work on Jones' Contract, near Mineral Point,on the Pittsburg and Connellsville Railroad, a blast explo ded permaturely, killing two men and injuring two more. One man was blown up in the air about fifty feet, and alighted sixty feet from the place where the accident occured. The de ceased were Canadians. NEW RANK. —Bloody Run is to have a bank. The stockholders are, J. M T. Fisher, L>. P. Gwin, W. P. Oroisou, W. Dorris, 11. G. Fisher, J. Scott, G. W. Garrettson, and J. 11. Glazier, of Huntingdon county, and 8. L. Russell, 8. Nyeurn, J. M. Bariidollar. J. B. Williams, J. W. Rartuloilar and J. Du bois, of Bedford county. RAII-UOAD EFFORT.—At a railroad meeting held at Somerset, on the 221R1 ult., $33,350 were subscribed to build a branch from the Pittsburg and Cou nt llsville Railroad to that plat e. E- Jeven meetings are announced in the several school districts aoout .Somerset, and a thorough canvass for subscrip tions is to he made. The people of Somerset seem determined to have a railroad. TEMPERANCE Lr CTCRF. —On Mon day evening last, the third of a series of temperance lectures was delivered in the Court Hall, to a densely packed house, by the Rev. J Q. McAtee.— The subject, "Handmaid to Christian ity" was a hanpy one, and the lectur er handled it with consummate skill. The p ople of this place seem to have an awakened interest in the cause of temperance as is manifested from the large crowds which these lectures draw. RECENT DECISIONS.—The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Judge Read delivering the opinion, has recently decided that a bond drawn in the name of one obligor, and signed and sealed by him and four others, is the joint and several obligations of the five per sons. If the wonts are "1 promise to pay," and there <re many signers, the instrument contains the several prom ise of each and the joint promise of all. VANDALISM.— We learn from the Somerset .Standard, that Mt. Zioii R - f .rmed church, 111 that county, was re cently entered by some vidians and desecrated in the most shauieful man lier. The carpet and a tine table cloth —a present Irom the ladies of the eon gregali .11—were carried otf, while the hymn books and a German bible were mutilated and the leaves scattered a hout. The perpetrators of this heath enish outrage should he ferreted out ami punished to the utmost extent of the law. NOTICE .—All persons knowing themselves indebted to me either by note or book account are requested to call and settle soon, as I need money, and money I must have. Those who givethis their immediate attention will confer a great favor, and those who neglect complying with this, my re quest, can blame oidy themselves it costs are added. Piease remember this and do as you wish to he done by. jan27w3 A. L. DEFIBAUUH. "A SLIGHT COLD," COUGHS— Few are aware of the importance of cheek ing a cough or '"slight cold" in its first stage; that which in the la-gin ning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected, often attaesa jjie lungs.— '•Brown's Bronchial Troches" give sure and almost immediate relict. — " The Troches" have proved their effi cacy by a test of many years, and nave r.-ceived testimonials from many emi nent men who have used t hem. ITEMS FK<>M BROAD To!'. —Miners at and around Dudley, ami on the Hix Mile ltun region, have been on a strike since the 10th inst.; als'2 mines on the Back-switch, have been idle the same time. On Tuesday, 11th, the miners of the Broad Top, Carbon and Cook Vein Collieries si ruck, hut there are hopes that tin y will resume work soon. A large meeting of miners was held on the lUtli; between five and six hun dred were present. A more stalwart lot of men in a single community, 1 dare say can not he found in the coun ty, than the dark faced miners of Broad Top.— Huntingdon Globe. DIS FB A S C,H IS E THE "POOR WHITES.'*— Ed. Scull alias Jul.u Cess na, in his petiiion in the contested e lection case in the State Senate, alleges that some poor white people voted tor FiiidJay and lor this reason Mr. Fine lay should be ousted Thus, thisseif constituted nabob declares that indi gent people, no matter what degree of intelligence they may possess, shall be deprived of the sacred right of thehai lot,ju#t because they are poor ami int j'urtunule. Such is the tendency of Radicalism. The toil Treasury thieves and th'i shoddy aristocrats of to-day claim the exclusive privilege of voting and being voted for, and the poor of the laud, who have no rights which the rich are bound to respect, are mere ci phers in the government and should he disfranchised forever! Shame on the man who would resort to such a miserable subtenuge to possess him self of an office which the people have declared at the ballot box he shall not occupy. Fresh Ground ouekwheat flour in Store and fur sale by G. R. Osier & to, jaußbnl. afor®f®trß ALMOST A FATAL MISTAKE.—A Mrs. Groff, residing east of Berlin, while mixing up buckwheat cakes one day last week, used arsenic instead of soda, and did not discover the mistake until after the eating of the cakes, when the entire family was suddenly taken ill. Medical aid was at once summoned, and, at last accounts, the family were supposed to beout of dan ger. We have not been informed whether the poison was kept lying a bout tiie house, or whether it was bought for soda, but in either ease it should serve as a warning to house keepers and those usually selling these articles. — Somerset Democrat. WAR AGAINST THE CREDIT SYS TEM.—The merchauis and dealers of Somerset county have published a card in which they announce their inten tion of eventually abolishing the cred it system entirely," and give notice that hereafter they will strictly adhere to the following rules: "No goods sold on longer eedit than six months. That interest at the rate of 10 per cent, will he added to all accounts run ning over due. All running accounts will be consid ered due and payable July Ist and Jan uary Ist of each year. That we will not sell on credit thear tidea of flour, grain, butter, eggs and bacon." If merchant* and dealers would 'strictly adhere' to rules like the above il would he far better for the buyer and seller. 1 xpeiieuce teaches every one that long credits are ruinous and a curse alike to product r and consu mer. "Pay s i >u go." is the true phiospher's stone. A PARTING WORD.—We have grown tired of printing duns in this shape. Our friends in arrears are proof against all su.'h missiles. We have, therefore, concluded to try a dif ferent plan, of which due notice is hereby given. We are now sending to each delinquent subscriber a statement of his accouut, with the proposition that if it he paid by Feb. ID, 1870, a certain deduction will be made. II not paid by that time,//f rates wit/ be charged, payment enforced by taw, and the paper discontinued in alt cases of more than one year's arrearage. up wards of ten thousand dollars of unpaid subscriptions and advertising have ac cumulated 011 our books during the last five years. This is a load we can not carry any longer. Will our friends assist us in lightening it, or must we summon to our ai that vexatious and detestable instrumentality, The Lout List ot Grand Jurors drawn for Feb ruary Teiin, 2d Monday, 14th day, A. !>., 1870. C W. Ashsim. Foreman. John P Weaverling, ' ewi- B iti.ion, Azirlith B! ickburn, S-miuel W'i'lh-lin, John C Wright, Jacob Giiffi h. William Hartley. Alb. r< Curley, of J , Charl.-a Si ruck man, L-is Kiaiiia, John Fulton, Alex Tate. Daniel Bojer, John Gillespie, Prael Davis. ASH Willi-uis. Unieon Sfcufer, Henry Taylor, George W Anderson, U-orge Mann, Jesse Geller. Tobi .s abater, Washington Miller List of Petit -uror.-> drawn for same Term: A intn H DibTt, Ilenry Sbafer, Amos Bridensiine, G D- Trout. Jerineiab Knbinett, Samuel Beckley, James M. Sleek. Philip Cuppott, Daniel Miller, Jacob Berkley, Levi HarJtnan, Samuel Bender, Samuel H. Feather, Smuel Detwiler, • Michael ffem. William Weimer, Alex. Eiohelberger, D. A. T Black, P-dwiu V. Wright, Uriah Mellott, Jit met Growden, John Shaler, Jos ph C. May, Jacob S Brown. Heury Boor, Richard 'l' Foor, C W. Moure, Wesley N Uowa&re, Martin Boor, Jacob H Wright, J mea B B. Cessna, J 'hu fiiebelberger, Steptien .McCreary, Michael Hillegag, Isaac K Litile, Casper stfoup, Adam Guyer, Jatnes A Horton. Draw 11 and certified, at Red lord, the 13ih day of Jan., A. D., 1870. Attest: ISAAC KKNSINGER, J. G. Fish r, W.\i. KIRK, Clerk. Jury Coins. fel,3w2 The Freemasons of France, as well as of Norway and Sweden, have refus ed to give the grip u the Kingot Pru-* s H ~ JfAilli/EIZ JAME B —SCHAEFFEK. —At the residence of th Bride's (>-ren'.. an J HI. 2" h.'ytheKev. J Q M'- A tee. M*. Benrv James to Miss Sophia Soh.ief for. dauithter of H nry Sohaeflfcr, all of Friends C -ve. Bedford eoontv, Pa L ffAFFEK —tCKES--On the 23 1 inst.. by the Bel* C. 11 tleilinsu, Mr George 'V Sh flfor and Miss Amelia I ks, both of Union tp., thii county. I>l Eli, LEADER—At bis residence in Poktgsn, Can* county. Michigan, Dr. Henry Leader, years* Chnuibersbtir* p ' pers please copy itew A "NX! J A iTit K V() KT OFTI IK AUDI iA. ToKS OF BKDFOUU CoUNTY. ISAAC HE SHE 1., E"j , 7 renmrrr #/ It ed/ord County in urcount wiih mid County from Juno, my 7th, A. U 1869 to January 8 tn r A, D. 1876.* THE ASCII Ell, Oil. To ba.anie in Treasury at last setOe uient $llOO3 31 To ttiu"uut of fx received from old col lectors. as follows: John Kewery, bor 29 09 Isaac 11. I ari eM, Bedford tp 4 00 Jacob Evans. Londonderry tp 281 56 S. s. I luck. Libert.: tp 00 65 Solomon Bar ey, VI. Wo dberry tp 297 19 to amount .evened on uripnd iisls lr 181,8, pla e l in itie bauds ot Justice* of tne Peace tor colleetiou: John A <>uin|i r Kaiu.-liui - norou.h and Cole,am tp .7*.. 55 75 Isaac Kiu-.ng-r. .i erf ip 66 64 U ii.utuj Ad ,ins .SoUih.nupton tp 13 <8 Jacob tiieiiueuian. si \V „>dberr tp 297 20 Uavid Points, It (Kurd tp 512 Oj D, A. Piauk, at O ai svii.e o„r 15 69 ft a Pluck, Suxioi! bor 19 at In amount rocti.eu Iron iba several tunusbtp before placing its'* ot un paid taxes in ihe bauds of Jueticeij of the Peace; Bedlorii borough 1756 13 Bedford tp 2974 46 ii ood.i Kuu hoi 733 87 Broad T p tp 963 62 Coleda e win 166 45 Co e aio tp 204 l 79 Cuuiheilaud v aoeV tp 1886 46 tiarusoii tp 804 33 It ope we I tp 1280 96 JUiitata tp 826 1 2 Lincrty tp 833 62 Londuaderry 1179 22 Monroe 1262 24 .Napier tp 2179 10 Providence E. tp 9u2 89 Pr vuP-nee W. tp 1068 60 Kaiusonrg born 238 86 S, Ucil.-buig boro 369 30 aaxion bor 2U9 64 at. Cluiisvit e i) ro 141 38 at. Clair tp 2 I j9 42 anake Spi tog tp llsy 93 South,iui, ton ip 990 48 Union ip libJ 63 WoodOeriy M. tp 3i86 69 Wooduetry boro 297 46 \\ ouo berry S. Ip 39j3 85 to aurouul r.ce d ou unpaio nu placed in me lia'ds ol Justices ul the I'eace lor .-oi.eci iou: John ft. Humva, Napier tp 523 89 SCW Jessie Hoffman, Snake Spring 'P 101 Oil •iantes Ces-ua Cumberland \ alley ip 217 04 William 1$ Lambright, Union tp 1.>5 00 James Carielt, Monroe tp HI Oil John McCnary. Bedford tp 9>o 00 Adam Hadei Ulan, Wuudlierry *>• tp 311 07 Jacob L. Ait right, l.ond mderry tp is-5 52 John B Kluck. Hopewell tp 13" Oil David Mi'ler. Harrison tp 35 00 John A Gump. htody Kuu boro 100 83 Jot II C. i i gin It. liroad Top l|> 500 00 Michael F Stock, W'uwtuerry boro 75 68 Jo.ph huowdea, Woodherry M 'P ISO 00 A W Swope, Coiedale boro 56 5o Isaiaii Mor is, St Ciartp 310 35 iienry Geyor, Juniata tp..... 350 00 J. seph fisher, Providence W. tp 119 61 Pet. 1 X'■ wait, Sehedsburg boro 82 13 John 11 loeroaum, I'oleraiu tp 125 00 Jim A Gump, Roinsbuig boro 24 00 J..bu W. hams. Providence E tp 200 00 To costs rtc'd from James McDouald 100 00 To taxes rec'd on unseated lands 14 00 To amou toi ten day tax rec'd 8 81 Total receipts $53,407 96 TREASURER, CR. By amount paid Jurors during the year 1869: Grand Juiv, February Term: 188 39 Petit " " ;•■••• 329 05 Jurors adjourned Court, FeO'y Term... 314 2 4 Grund Jurors, ApulTirui 138 26 Pel it " " " 367 02 Jur rs adj -urned Court, Ju y 372 53 Grand Jury, aepieuibar Tel'ui 184 82 Petit '• " 34 5S J m ors adjoorued Court, Sept 303 86 Grand Jury November Fer.ll i 79 36 Petit '• " " Tul 62 liy amount of huudry checks diawn by ibe Comiuisstoneis as loliuws: Couit Crier I'iS 31 Tip Staves Is# 99 heal pa 309 > 21 W ll.lam K.i-k, -e. vices as Jury eumia r 94 80 Isaac Kensiuger- " " " 87 88 Musis Puiuls, special services " 15 ill j,.0. u. T'isuer, t.'ierk to Jury Con wTs... 49 on ..us.ables ic urus 714 94 K. ad I lews 198 oO Bridge view ana iXj.cuscs 89 50 iss >s rs making u.-ses meet.-.. 460 o*. Re c 0 ration oi voieia under new , egis ir. >.aw 800 5o lie rue fc no, services as commissioner lv III' i Pele. At. no'l'iu " " " '63 25 iiii'j'i P. Becgie " " " 168 00 i'avid iiowsaio *' " ' 'BB 00 M.eh't 8 Ivtieuey '• " *' 32 00 jam b prise, ei.eliug bridge at Williams' 1200 On | pa, i p.,y erecting at Sinners'i wu 30 00 tree' tug oriuge lu Bodlord tp .............. 2849 tiO Dau'l liiiechew lor bridge in St Ciair tp. 3JO 00 W n.loin Osier " " " 530 uO Becoid in.oks for Prothonotary's Office... 299 15 J W Dickeison teev and per eeutage on coliee, ion I<9 53 hhe.iff Keysci 00-.raing and Conveying prisoners to Western Peuiieutiarv 244 56 Hubert Sieckuiau Ooaiaiug piisoLtrs and summoning jurors 1049 77 1 Robert Meckinuu conveying prisoueis to Feu.tciiliury ana lioUse ul lleluge 324 50 Attorney* ss Buy to Comuiissioners 100 oO Meyers a Jleogel auveriis.ng 540 20 •• •• printing luaiiKs ... 277 00 ; John Lutx adveruziug 543 16 hi. L itusseii services as counsel 400 00 John G. 1 isber salary as Uieik 3JO 00 U E hbaunoli, Esq. lees as Protnouotary 181 04 14 J liinueison, cuibing, paving and erecting Court House s.ep- 840 87 : hhircs a Jurna.. rai.ing 1 r Cou.t House Steps 200 Oil Ma.y Alurri- meaning unices aid Court House - 53 75 Chal'ies Me. Wine sei'v ices as Janitor 82 70 i Joshua AloWer lepaliliig Court llouse at Joshua Mower cieautiig ana iepair*.tg court iii usß 42 75 Wood, e.a. and p.lit lor In Uii House A Jut, 136 43 j J L Be.-.- g re ( ailing Jar 2 CO 3i ItJ oV. r-pal ton aup.i a.es ana l.x ie I u uuea *,.. IIS 06 \tois ol ii qa.sitloo in o .se ut Com uvu- Weaiili vs. irrouuen 157 i 5 ' Costs i I Justices oo eol.ee in n IsXes 24 u5 C -sir in BoUimooWeaiin eas.s i 8 7 it Costs ot Holding L..f"iicr s Inquests 26 13 is mo ju„ mi ilia alia boiuu> 0 Ui.iliia up i#.-.. 12594 i\iau Idlui. Jiliouavi® dt Wtoltru &40 75 .GtTliCai dlLiiidtl C UJL'U friS 'UC1*........ o 0U b. \V ibuau.iU s 4iy aaj 1. accuUui ot 0* h .'Uduu -u, isi I 22 50 A\ j.vt lit'lUg l"i uufbttvCa iu.ov.is tn>t suit!.. '6l Uu hcu-jpiiig iiiiiiifc fc iduUfft oi 11. j. lacij itiivu services us ii*iaer of fuoi lI"U3C attiuagos... I t 00 Ji.bu tv >ord*u UO d> do 14 99 Juiiu l-ultou do Uo do 22 00 JL., L>cio*ugd, prisouera 3 75 4ieim£tr duu 4iioL|ug Urse- Uitcvee 47 20 Wlii. Aj. llstiiy lets 111 Colli VS. Ulb.-0u... 2o 00 si. b. op u„i l>j o) Juo feui j" iu. auU luttrtsC on (juuuijf Jo;in 452 Uo .ohu Aiowtijf on iuaii 96 00 sctt.it tax as per order ot Cuiuaiis^tooers ou Ouuui) iitttsuitr 2792 77 sVluiit.y ovcipu.U ou auOjsorij,ii,,u iu b idge 24 46 J t iiii lj t isuer lUttHiUg uulUi uupl.c ucS ana tv.ioiiujcut nsl.s 7,5 00 J BLD T* Jf 1.-iici etiblvt:- AL SptC Mi C urts II ft l<o i M laj lieu ijWi'S 4or uuuri House 26 s<t IsX uUpliCa ea loi 1009 J| 5 , i tfi- ucr acou 2 obis, oi J ' iufur.vuot t(j Loui'i ii 'use uud Jaii 74 ull i Da Dudil A 51c.Uui.iii slid ie trees ......... 15 Oil iidi loj u woe z fe ar iUD lur C. iiuuse.. 36 12 lodll'l rdVIWIUC W JIK At Court iioUSUee. 9 jU ti, VI iaU.ftßLcf.tCi caov'AA tor Uu,-iioaies.. 4 25 i inu oaCuO v a r roiiU ax oil uLseaicd L.UUS 2 40 ilw.rSUlC. a C UidiUSiGU Iri Ido 3 19UU Uo •• 4609 lOOU UU oj LL luLl j iti U to tfidtt* i'ieasuisr *'•>?3 0- I.U.aUI i>A/Hf.es, four i re as ure SuOU 00 L.Np.L ua ul >OUi>U' 1...... ........ }"9 UU ilvdv-MlCl ii sHidl) 390 UU AUioUbl p4l-i lUditCd .ie- VfiUC iiitCUUILJ & ui 'la 6 U0 > .Muio 2v> UU , X Aaou Cuuutj I .slitu o 9 0 Uei vrai Liduii 'U, Octouer ... 553 64 j •• >-pnug •• 33 47b *• frpeci.Ai cieeti o iii liurr.sau toWosbiu 10 00 Tniai crcdi s >39541 00 Receipts -§53407 96 ExpcnJituies 39541 00 Bala ue in Treasury $138*6 96 Ainnunt ol taxes iu the hands of old col lectors 471 75 Amount ol Unpoiu taxes in llie SrnUa of Justices ol tUe Peace ldr 1868 47 95 ! Amount ul unpaid taxes in the hautis of Jugiiccs ol the Peace for, 1569 6503 03 j Total $702 i? 3 Money owed by Bedford County. Ji.nu cl.l, u.i note 83UOO 00 John kilutaery, ou note 200u 00 John Jiuwcry, ou aute sou 00 Total sjßoo 00 BEDFORD COUNTY, h. E. 41,8 undeisigueU audllois of said oounty da beieoy cemty, tliat iu puisuance of ine acts of A.-euibiy iu tuoii ease, made and provided, tuey met at the c-iun Tlausc, iu the Doiough ol Uea fad, aud did audit and a-ijast the accounis ol lSAah iViaNVifc.l., 1 ivavurci 1 r said ciunty, B.r tae yt.u A. l>. iho9 as aneerluloed iu .he lor.gang Staieuieuta, aud I art taey d rVe e* villi ue i Hie loiegolng irceouals uae to and "Wed By said Coun ty, and vUat they have found tne sauro id ue cor rect. W t ess our hands this Bth day of January A. D. ls7o. 8). V 3 111P, 31 A II UN TEH. UIV N JicolHK. J. M. REYNOLDS. Cterk. To tUe Auditor General of Pennsylvania: ireasmeriu account wrilu ibe v omuiouweal h ol Peunsyivauia from January Bth, 1809 4o Janu ary &iiq loTO: rhtASi-uRR, PR- To amount of tavern aud restaurant Li censes S7BO 80 To auroUul ol letalrC'V licenses 9. i 50 JUEARLUEU, OU. By trc.vsurei's jrer ceuiagc 87 91 By cask paid >v m. G. oicdolix, services as Associate Judge... 366 00 By cash paid G- W. Gump, tor services A&.oo.uce Juuge... 343 30 By Pensions ""'0 00 By casU paid lor piloting 35 20 i BEDFORD COrNl'Y, S. 8. lue undersigned auduora of said county du he.eoy oeaily m.vt la pursuance ol tuo act of as sembly la sunn ease's made and pr.viVcd, ikey i met a" tue Court House, in tue Borough ot l>ed fj.o, and did audit aud adjust tile auuouuis UU -1 iwvt u issst 31 r.wirL, iiensuier of said County and ine torn nnuwea.-u oi Feuusylvaula. * uscei ! la!, td in tne ioH gi'lug . aicuiuut. \\ i.Lvss ohi huuus vine olh t.y ol January, A, D. Is7u. t>. w HIP, 31. A. irUNTEII, UYVaN aleuitvß, J. 31. 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Beot to any address upon receipt of 25 conts for-ptp r cover, and 50 cents for tasefq'.ly bound in cloth. WASHBURN A CO.. j i020w4. Boston. Mass E.STA TE OF DAVID iiUUK, Uec'ti. —Letters of Administration upon tb" Estate oi D ividßuck. late of West Providence town ship, deu d , having been granted the uu tersign-M by the Regisier of Brdtord Couniy, persons indebted to suiu Estate are revested p, mike payment, ai d tho.e hav'-j claims, to present the same tor settiemeai, to JUNAT UAN BLiCi . Adia'r, or bis Attorney, EI ward I. Korr, Bedford, Pa. feb3w6, ilotifcs, &. OFFICE H. * . T. M. if. R. CO., 417 Walnut Street, * PHIL VDELPIH A. The Annual Meeting of tbeStockholder* of the Huntingdon and Broad Top M luntain Railroad and Coal Company, wi'l b ■ held at 'he office of the Company, on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Ist, 1870, at 1? o'clock. A M . when an ole-tion will be held for a President and twelve Directors for the err-uing year. 1. P. AERTSEN. Sec'y jaul3w3. _ iLSTT OF CAUSES PUT DOWN J FOR TRIAL AT FEBRUARY TERM, 1870, (1 ith day ) Fioderiek Miller vs John Mcllwaine. Middle iV oodberry tp., vs Ephraim Longeuecker eta I Sophia W. Mullin vs George Mullin's Ex'rs. J M. Shoemaker A Co., vs VVilliam A. Powell. George W. Gump. Esq., vs Philip Lebseltcr. Certified January 10th, 1870. pml3w4 JOHN P. ItEED. Prothy. NAMES OF APPLICANTS FOR Tav rn and Restaurant Licenses, at Feb ruary Sessions, 1870 (2nd Monday, 141h day) Michael Ott. Bloody Run bor.. Tavern William Weimer, Clearville, Monroe tp , John K. Ready. Coaldale bor , " Levi Manges. Juniata tp , " Isaac Mangel. Bedford bor., 44 William M Pearson, W'oodberry bor , William A Peterson Union tp , " Henry Rose. Centreville, 41 W idiaui Spiers. C initiate bor , " Alexai.der Taylor Broad Top tp., " O'Donn* 11 A M inly. Bridgeport, Londondery •' Ad.un If Caru, Bedford bor., Restaurant Job n Ha iris, " •' Jacob Barnhart. 41 " J.dm P We.verling. Bloody Run bor., Tavern ao B Amick, St. CLirsville. 4 - Ceilißed, J liuarv 24th. 1870. j h.27 a 3 " JNO P. REED, Cl'k. IIsT OF ('AUSES (Hit down for J Trial at the Special February Term, 1870, (28;h day.) • Middle Wuodberry tp., Vf Bissler A Longeneokor. Thomas Growden vs Archioald B'air st al. Same- vs Same. Charles W Colvin vs Win. J. Hook e' al Georgs Rondos vs Edwar-l A Fockier. Frcdcricka Miller vs John Mdlwaine. Sophia W M-illin vs George Mul'in's Executors. J M Bhoetiiaker vs William A. Ponell Genrge A tjuuip vs Philip Lebselter W. If 11 ull in ait vs George W Gump. Henry D Mock vs Win. Uauituers. Alex McGregor's Adm'r vi Win. A- Reiningcr Isaiah Ooliius, widow aud children vs Eliza Col lins et al. Shannon and Aldstadt vs Emily and A. J. Cris man. John B. Weaver vs John Bowser Same vs Same. Barnard Clabaugb vs Isaiah Mills Win. M Lloyd, Indorsee, Ac., vs Hopewell tp. Scholo District. John B Weaver, Trus'ee vs John Bowser. William Bowles vs George Stucky et al. Certified. January 18,1870. jun27w4. JNO. P. RERD, Prot'y. 1) ECHSTER'S NOTlCE.—All~per \. sous interested, are hereby notified that the following accountants have filed their accounts iB the Register's Office of Bedford county, and that the same will be presented to the Orphans' Court, in and for said coumy. on Tuesday the loth day of Feb.. next, at the Court House, in Bedford, lor confirmation : The account of H- n. John Ces t a. Executor ol the last will and testament of Mrs Kite Hatn mend, late of Bedford Borough, deoea-ed. The Account of Oliver E Shannon. Guardian oi Jaekson Milts and Sarah E Mills, minor children ■ 1 John Mills, late of ,\J >nme township, deceased The aeoount of 0. E Shannon. Guardian ot the u iiior cbildreu <>l Samuel U. Tate, late of Bedford Borough. 4 -ceased. The account of John T Keagy. Guardian of Emma W . Richard Mi. Henry VV., and E nory W. S .merville, minor children of Abner Somer ville. late of 8 lu'hauiptou township, deceared. The account of J >hn A Gump, Executor of the last will and testament of Kebeca Ritchey, lato of West Providence township, deceased. The account oi John T Keajy, Tiustee to sell the Real Estate of Henry Brant, late of Cum berlaud Valley township, deceased- Lhe account of John P. Roed, Guardian of E mund Scbell, mint r son of ED. Schell, late of iuo Buroiigh of Suhellsburg, deceased. The aouount of John P. Reed. Guardian of ! Jacob B Schell, minor son of E. D. Schell, late i of the Borough of Schellsburg. deceased. The account of Samuel Whip and Martin Bortz, ; Administrators of the Estate of Frederick Bortz, lato of Cumberland Valley township, deceased. The first account ot Frederick Ifillegass, Ad ministrator oi the Estate ol John Corley, Jr., late ot Jnniata township, deceased. The eceouht of A M Horn and D. J. flnrn, Administrators of the Estate of A.ndrew Uurn, late of St Ciwir township, deceased. l'he aeoount of John P. Reed, Trustee to sell the Real Estate of Jacob Howsara late ot Southamp i ion township, deceased The account of John fiefees. Administrator of the Estate of Johu W. Fickes, late of Union tp., dece sad. The account of Thomas J. Croyle, Administra tor of the Es'ateof Thomas Oldham, Esq., late of Union township, deceased jan2owt JOHN P REED. Register. | O HEUli'F's .SALES.—Uy virtue of J O Sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas, Fieri Ferns, at.d l/iviri Farias to tne directed, there will be exposed to ssie, by public vendue or out cry, at the Court House, in the B irough of Bed ford, on Saturday, the 12 h day of February, A. 1> . ISTO. at lit o'clock, a in., the following de scribed Real Estate, to wit : All Defendant's iuterest ia and to two lots of gr und, I routing lti-tleeon Main St., and run ; mug back to au alley toot with a two story frame home, frame shop wash house, smoke house and log S,ab!e thereou erected, atj .iuiog lots of H W. itesaler and tleo. Shaffer, also two hack lots fronting on an alley Ida feat and running b it-k 240 feet, adjoining lots of A J. Kohoins and v\ w Model.aod, situate iu iiaiusburg Bor ough. Bediord County and tasen in execution as the property of A C. Vaugban ALSO—AiI defendant Win. Bennett's interest in aiil to a tract of land situate in Suui Hampton township, Bedford county, adjoining Moses feivell on the .North, and James Northcrati on the Kas aod W ui. Lash ley on the West, containing 180 acres, m re or less, with log house, stable and other out buildings thereon erected, also an ap ple orcnar f mereo.i, about (50 acres cleared and uudorcultiva ion, seized and taken in execution as the property of Win Rennet VIM. KEYSER, Sheriff ! Sheriff s uffloe, Bedford, Jan. 2oth 1070. CO URT PROCLA.MATIOX,—7b the Coroner, the Justices of the Peart, ant Constables in the different Townships in the C'i'iiiti/ of Hertford, Greeting: Ksow ra, that In pursuance of a precept ta me direoted, under the baud and seal ol the Hon. ALEXANDER KING, P resident of the several Courtsof Common Plena, in the Itfth Plstiiot, consisting of the coun ties of Franklin, Fulton, Bedford and Somerset, and by virtue of his office of tile Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery forthetrial of capital and other offenders therein, and the Gen eral Court of Quarter Sessions of tho Peace; and G. W. GUMP, and VVtuni-vaG EiouohTX, Judgesof the a ime Court in the awe Cuunty of Bedford, You and Coil of you, are hereby required to be and appeal in your proper persons wiib your Re* cords Recognizances, Examinations, and other Remembrances, before the Judges aforesaid, at Bedford, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer arid General Jail Delivery and General Quarter Ses sions of the peace therein to be holden for thcooun ty of Bedford, aforesaid, on the 2/ Monday of Feb n H I/ ( hems the 14 rhday,) 1870, at 10 o'clork, in the forenoon of that day. there and thou to do those things to whioo your several offices appertain. Given under my hand and seal tho 20th day of January, in the year of our Lord. 1S : 0. WILLIAM KEYSER, SHERIFF'S OFPICB, I Sheriff. Bedford, Jan., 20, 1880. j w4 ASSESSO as, AT TEX riox!—Tne Assessors of the several districts of Bedford oou.ay aro uorohy requested to meet the Board of Commissioners at taoir office. In Bedford, On WEDNEBDAY, FEBRUARY 16th , to receive the b 'oks, instructions, Ac., for the assessment for the year 1870. All are enjoined to bo present By order of the Board, j m2."w4 .1 NO. G FISHER, Clerk. rpRUriTEE ACCOUNT tor conflrirsa. tiou at February Term oftheOrphaus'Court ol Bedfoad county, l&tb February, 18TQ. Tb® account et John T. Keugy, Trustee for thasale of the real estate of Ilanry Brant, lata of Oumberiand Valley township, dee'd. deolbwO JNO P. REED, Reg't. IS IT YOU?— To those of our pa trons, who have promptly called (tad settled their accounts, we return Qur thanks. There are O'bters, however who have carelessly neglect ed this dqt-. fa ft You ?—Mease reflect, and if it iq, routember that if your account, if of four months standing, is not closed by Cask or Note, before the Ist. of Feb. 1870, yuu will ask us for further credit aftey that on pain af being refused, and that w shall prooeed to' euforoo settlement by law without further notice, we mean busi ness. ii vuu oan't pay US, you can give your ub ligation topav, and thus close your account. janlS'TOml. G. R. QSTER A CO WM. LLOYU, .i BANKER, Transaetsa General Banking Business, and makes collections on all accessible points in the United States GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD, SIL VER, STCrtLING and CONTINENTAL tXCII ANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD. U. S REVENUE Stamps or all descriptions al ways on hand- Accounts of Merchants, Meohanics, Farmers and all others solicited. Interest allowed on time Deposit?. janl3,'7otf. TTALUADLE FARM AT PRI \ VATKSALE. The subscriber t Hers for sale a good improved farm, situate in Burke Spring township, Bedford coumy Pa , lo mile* from Mt. Dallas Station, ou the Huntingdon and Broadlop Railroad, containing 230 acne Lime stone land, about 180 acre*cleared and under good fence (800 panels post fence), and the baUrce well timbered, having thereon a good large Frame HU 4 e, large Bunk Barn and all tieceitary out-buildings, 3 never-falling Springs ot water, 3 Orchards. 2 good tenant bouses and a good Saw Mill. The above mansion farm is in a good state of cultivation, and is well calculated for 2 farms. For further particulars, address the subscriber, HENRY HKRSHBERGER, jan6oi3* Bloody Run, l'a. 1)UBL1(J SALE OF VALUABLE X REAL ESTATE—On MONDAY, FEB. 7 th, ]t>7o, the uudeisigned. Adtn'r of the estate of Wm. Frazier, late ot'Juniata tp., dee'd. by vir tue of an order of the Orphaus' Court of Bedford county, will sell at public sale, on the premises, all that farm a< d Traet of Land, of winch said dee'd died seized, situate in the township of Juniata, aforesaid, containing 38i acres, 28 perches, about 50 acres cleared, having thereon erected a dwelling bouse and barn and necessary outbuildings, with an orchard thereon ; adjoining lands of the undersigned, Samuel Flegle, Woi. Kinsey, Jauies Burns, Win. McKinuey and Jonas .-bultz. Terms . one third to remain a charge upon the premises dunn the lifetime of the widow, the interest payable anuuaily to her, and at her death the principal to the heirs, one third in hand at confirmation of sale, and the remain ing third in two equal annual payments thereaf ter. Bale to begin at 10 o'clock, A. M : ol said day Possession will be given at once. jm6w4 JAMES W. FRAZIEK. Adm'r. rpANNERV FOR SALE ou LENT. I —The subscriber offers for sale or rent, his 1 .ouery. with Bark Mill and Tools; also his fine s-.ore room torrent. Possession given on the Ist of April, 1870. This properly is located in the borougn ot Schellsburg. Bedford county an ex cu lent location for both store and tannery. For further particulars, address JOHN S. SCHLLII, j in6m3. Schellsburg. Pa. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. — Dy virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court, the undersigned w ill expose to sale, at public suction, ou FRIDAY, the llih day ot FEBKUAIt Y, 1870, on the promises, iu Bedford township, a desirable farm, adjoining lands of John B. cSproat, Juna men Dienl, Jacob Bhartzer Busau Carney and others, containing 90 acres, about 70 acrescleared and under lence, 10 acres of which is good mead ow. The improvements are a one and a half story log dwelling house, log barn, and other buildings. Also u large orchard of choice apple, peaoh and cherry trees. The above farm is in a good neigh borhood and within a mile ot Bedford Bale to commence at 10 o'clock, of said day. J W LINGENFELTER, Adm'r of Mrs. Georgiaua R. Reamer, dee'd. jan2Uwl. RIMLE ONLY RELIABLE CURE FOB DYSPEPBIA IN THE KNOWN WORLD. Dr. Wishart's Great Amerioan Djspcpsia Tills and Pine Tree Tar Cordial are a positive and iufallablo oure for Dyspepsia in its most aggra vated form, aud no matter of how long stunning. They penetrate the secret abode ot this terrible disease, .and exterminate to it, rootaud branch,to'- ever. Tbey alleviate more agony and silent suffering than tongue can tell They are noted for curing the most desperate and hopeless cases, when every known means fail to afford relief No form of Dyspepsia or Indijestion can resist their peuetrating power, DR. WISHART'S PINE TREE TAR CORDI AL. It is the vital prinoiple of the Pine Tree ob tained by a oeeuiiar process in he distillation of the ir, by which its highest medical properties are retained. It invigorates the diges tive organs and restores the appetite. It strengthens the debilitated system It purifies and uuerichcs the blood, and expels from the sytein the corruption which scrofula breeds ou the luogs. It dissolves the mucus or phlegm wbieh stops the air passages of the lungs its healing principle acts upon the irritated surface of the lungs and tdroat, penetratitrg to eaeh diseased part, relieving pain and subduing inflaui mation It is the result of years of study and ex periment, and it is offered to the afflicted with positive assurance of its power to cure the follow ing diseases if thepatioat has not too long delay ed a resort to the means of oure : Consumption ol the Lungs. Cough, Sore Throat and Breast. Bronchitis, Liver Complaint, Blind and Bleeding Piles, Asthma, Whooping Cough. Diptheria, Ac A medical expert, holding honorable collegiate diplomas, devoteshis entire time to the examina tion ofpatients at the office parlors. 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The obviou. reasou is, that iL i# a more reliable and far more effectual remedy than auy other. Those who have tried it. know'.bat it cured them ; those who have not, know that it cures their neighbors and friends, and all know that what it does once it decs always that it never falls through any fault or neglect of its composition W"e have thousands upon thou sands of certificates of their remarkable ourcs of the following complaints, but such cures are known in every neighborhood, and we need not publish them Adapted to all agos and conditions in all climates; containing neither calomel or any dele terious drug. they may be taken with satety by anybody Theirsugar coating preserves-hem ev"- er fresh and makes them pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable no harm can arise from their use iu any quantity. They operate by their powerful influence ou the internal viscera to purify the blood aud stimulate it into healthy action —remove the obstruction! of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring their irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, su.ek dorangemeuts as are the first origin of disease. Minute directions are given in the wrapper on the box. for the lillowiug complaints, which theses Pills rapidly cure : For DYSUEFSIA or INDIGESTION. LISTI.RSSNKSS, LANGUOR and Loss of Appetite, they should be taken moderately to stimulate the stomuoh and restore its healthy tone and action. For LIVER COMPLAINT anditsvariousnymptomg, BILLIOI S HEADACHE. BICK HEADACHE. JAUNDICE or Green SICKNESS, Bilious Colic and Bilious Fe vers, they sb >uid be judiciously taken for each oase, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause it. For DYSENTERY or DIARRHOEA, but one mild dose is generally required. For R.IBUMATUH, GOUT, GRAVEL, PALPITATION OP THE HEART. PAIN IN THE BIDE. BACK and LOINS, they should be continuously take! . as re quired, to ohange the diseased action of the sys tem. With such change those complaints disap pear. For DROPSY and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS they should be taken in large and frequent dose* to produoe the effect of a drastic purge. For SUPPRESSION a large dose should be taken as it produces the desired effect by sympathy. As a DINNER PILL, take one or two pills to pro mote digestion aud relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels Into healthy action, restores the appetite, and Invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad vantageous where no gerious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these PILLS makes him feel deeioedly better, from theircleansinz and renovating effect on the digestive apparatus. Dii. J C. AVER A CO , Praetieal C/iemiiti, KOWELL, MASS., U. S. A. dec2'B9y 1 B F. HARRY. 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