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BEDFORD. PA., FRIDAY. JAS. 20. 180.
DIRECTORY. —The following is a directory
of the Officers of Bedford County and the
Borough of Bedford, of the Ministers of Bed
ford, and the time of meeting of the different
associations:
eenrosD corxrr OFFICERS.
President Judge — HOß. Alex. King:.
Associate Judges— VVm. G. EiehoiU and Geo.
W. Go in p.
Protkanotary,' Remitter and Recorder, Ar,—o.
£. Shannon.
District Attorney —"R. F. Kerr.
Treasurer —Men pel.
Sheriff — Robert S - cknrin.
Deputy Sheriff —Philip Mustard.
Deputy Surveyor— Hvit ue! K etterman.
Commissioners—Michael S. P.itchey, David
Hcwsare, and P. M. Hart..ll Clerk —John G.
Fisher. Counsel —John W. Diekerson.
Directors of Poor— i>. \i. An*JeTton; Michael,
Die hi, and J. T. Xohlc. St e tea rd Samuel
Defibaugrh. Counsel —E. F. Kerr Clerk —T. R.
Gettys. Trensurer —William Bowles. Physician
—Dr. F. C.'Reamer.
Auditors —James Matfingly, John D. Lucas,
.and S. Whip.
BOROUGH orriCERS.
Burgess —V. Steckmnn.
Assistant Burgess —A. J. Pftlisom.
Council —Thomas H. Lyon?, John Boor, A. TV.
Mower, J. M. Shoemaker, Hiram Lenrz and T. R.
Getty s. Clerk —H. Nicodemus. Treasurer—
John 11. K'xsh.
Constable — William Gephort.
High Constable —John Harris.
School Directors —Job Mann. 6. L. Rnsscll, T.
R. Getty•, Jacob Heed, John Cessna and H. Xic
odetnofl. Secretary —J. W. Liogeafeltcr. Treas
urer—T. R. Gettys.
MISIBTERS.
Episcopalian —Rev. Alfred J. Barrow.
Presbyterian —Rev. R. F. Wilson.
Lutheran —Rev. J. Q. McAttee.
Methodist— Rev. B. G. W. Keed. "
German Reformed —Rev. H. Meckermau.
Roman Catholic —Rev. Thomas Heyden.
ASSOCIATIONS.
Bedford Lodge, Xd. 320, A. Y. M., meets on
the first Wednesday on or hef.re full moon, in the
B dford Hall, on the corner of .Pitt and Richard
streets.
Pea re Branch Encampment, No. 114, I. O. O.
F.. meets on ike first and third Wednesday even
in<r-* of each month, in the Bedford Hall.
Bedford Lodge , .No. 202, I. O. 0. P., meets ev
ery Friday evening, in the Bedford Flail.
B' ford Lodge, So. 148, I. 0. G. T., meets in
the Court House, on Monday evening of each
week.
Post No, 102, <J. .4. P.. meets evory'Thursday
evening, in the second story of Lingenlelters
Law Building.
T O m SKMGSfI MSJft
People from overy part of the county buy more
or lc?s in Bedford, therefore every bueine.-s man
who is wide awake and advertizes liberally wants
to reach as many as possible ol the people of the
county. The INQUIRER has the largest circula
tion of any paper in tho county, and is therefore
the best advertising medium in the couuty. Bus
iness fcen can note the fact.
j£oc;il J Yrfaivj,
GOLD clo6ed in New york on the 23d at
1364.
A velocipede school has been opened in
Philadelphia.
VIOLET and CARMINE inks at lb. INQUIRER
Book Store.
THE small pox is reported to be very severe
in the western cities.
LONDON had more than sixteen hundred
tires in 1808.
MAGNOLIA WATER. —Superior to the besf
imported German Cologne, and sold at bah
the price. tf.
WILL any preparation restore the hair to
its original color and not injure it? Yes!
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Uenewer.
PACER Flour and Buckwheat sacks con
stantly in store and for sale by.
3M. G. R. OUTER k Co.
IT is reported that a farmer in \ crmont
has been offered $20,000 for Irom forty to
fifty bushels of a new description of potato.
FOR RENT.—A second floor room in the
IxyriKEß Building 15 feet wide and 30 feet
deep. It will make a very desirable office.
For terms inquire at this office.
NEGRO SUPREMACY. —The democratic Post
Master General A. W. Randall commissioned
Rufus S. Jones a negro as Post master in
Warwick County Virginia. What have our
democratic brethren to say to that.
THE fractional currency issued during the
past week, amounted to $042,000; shipments.
$470,833; national bank currency issued
$134,470; amount ia circulation $229,470,750;
fractional currency destroyed, $582,482.
THE coinage at the United States branch
mint at San Francisco during the past year
amounted to $17,367,000, against $20,095,585
in 1807. During December, 1808, the coin
age amounted to $2,340.000 in gold, and
$82,0 in silver: together, $2,442,000.
FATAL ACCIDENT. On Saturday tbe 20th
inst while two of the miners Employed at
Canard Colliery Six Mile Run, were in the
act of running down a loaded mine car from
the face of the work George Smith a young
man (Colored) fell under the car and was in
stanlly killed.
THE atteution of onr readers is called to the
prospectus of the lHttsburgh Commercial in
another column. It is one of the largest and
best papers published in the State. We ad
vise every one to take their own borne pHper
first, but after that if any of our patruns wish
a good city paper they cannot do better than
subscribe for the Pittsburgh Commercial.
W call attention to the architectural ad
vertisement of Dr. C. N. Hickock in another
column. The Doctor is an excellent draughts
man, and will no duubt give satisfaction to
those wishing h:s aid in arranging plans for
buildings. Hie new Episcopal church, tbe
Union School House and several other build
ings in this vicinity are of bis designing.
MEETING OK COUNTY COMMITTEE.—A meet
ing of ihe Republican C ,umy Committee of
Bedford Conntv will be held at the Washing
ton Hotel on Tuesday the 9ih day of Februs
ry nexl at (Tne o'clock, P. M. A fall attend
ance is requested, as business of importance
will be transacted.
J. W. LINGENFELTER,
2t Chairman County Committee.
DIMOREST'S MAGAZINE. —Mme. Demorest's
Magazine for February U a capital number.
I" ull of instructive reading matter, and pat
terns and plates of the very latest fashions it
is just the magazine that everv lady needs
We have so often spoken well of this mag
azine. that we now know not what to add.
Terms, $3,00 a year. Address, Wm. Jen
ning's Demorest, New York city.
ENLARGEMENT. —Our neighbor the Cumber
■and I uion last week came out in anew dress
and enlarged to a thirty-two column paper.
•' * are glad to see a spirit of improvement in
the Cumberland papers and hail this enlarge
went of the L nion as an evidence of its de- -
termination to beep np with the progressive 1
spirit of the age. lheL 7 nion is now one of
the finest looking newspapers ia Western |
Maryland.
CAUSAYA BAKK.—It is said that Messrs.
Drake A Co. (proprietors of the PLANTATION
BITTERS) are the largest importers of Calisaya
Bark in this country, and that, with the ex
ception of an occasional sale, all they import
I is used in the compounding oftheir celebratet?
PLANTATION BITTERS, —to which they un
doubtedly are indebted for their wonderful
j health-restoring properties. As a Tonic and
Appetizer they are not surpassed, and we
cheerfully recommend them. All first-class
j Druggists keep them for sale.
| BUOAD TOP COAL TRADE, —From a staie
| ment. in the Mining Register, by Mr. John
i Fulton, mining Engineer, we learn that the
; value of the improvements and fixtures in the
j various mines is estimated at $735,000 00.
I The average capacity of the miues is 2,600
tons per day. The number of miners employ
ed 573. The amount of coal mined and seut
to market in 1806 was 280.93(5 tons being
| 36.521 tons in excess of the production of
1867. li e rejoice with our Broad-top lriends
in this evidence of their increasing prosperity,
; and hope they may soon be enabled to* work
I the mines to their lull capacity. We under
stand that the business has been restricted for
some time by reason of insufficient transpor
tation. The full capacity of the miues at
present is about SOO.OOO tons per year or
about three times the yield of the past year.
THE Eclectic for February contains: Em
beliishment, Peter the Great Crossing the
Neva, Sir Robert Peel, Smith, Hindoo Fairy
Legends, The Turkomans and other Tribes of
the Northeastern Frontier, The Moon, The
Flight to Yarennes, I.c-gends of the Black
Forest, 11, The Great Nebula in Argo, Half
Hours with the best Letter Writers, "Gossip
from Egypt, He Knew He was Right, The
Rhine Frontier, Mongrieff"s Ordnance System
The History of the inquisition. Chemical
Cleanliness, The Earthquake Regions of
South America, Halleck's Poems, Poetry,
Notes on Books, Science, Varieties. Terms
of the Eclectic: Single copies, 45 cents; one
copy, one year, $5.00; two copies, ot e year,
$9.00: five copies, one year. 20.00.
Address E. R. PELTON, Publisher, 108
Fulton Street., New York.
RAILROAD ORGANIZATION. —There will be a
meeting of the Incorporators of the Bedford
_and Bridgeport Railroad Company for the
purpose of organizing on Wednesday evening
of Court week the 11th of February. The
act authorizing the chartdV and incorporation
of this company will be found in another
column. The names of the incorporators
appear therein all of whom we hope to see
present at the meeting. If we want a railroad
we must put our shoulders to the wim-l and
help ourselves. Now is the time to begin
and it we go to work in the right spirit we can
have a railroad to Bridgeport hv the time the
Pittsburgh and C'onnelisville road is com
pleted, which is expected to be within two
years. 2t
WHO WAXTS A SEWING MACHINE 7— We
have a new $55,00 Groverand B.iker sewing
machine which we will dispose of on easy
terms to any one who wants a good machine;
and who does not want a good sewing ma
chine ?
ALSO a new Singer Sewing Machine for
a!e as cheap as can be sold in the com
mnnity and on the best of terms.
ALSO a Seventy five dollar Machine of the
American Buttonhole and Overseaming
Sewing machine Company's Manufacture on
the most favorable terms.
Either of the twolast named machines cau be
seen in operation in town, where they have
given the most complete satisfaction. Fur
ther particulars can be had by calling at, or
writing to, the INQUIRER Office Bedford Pa.
'■BRING BACK THAT HAM'' — Petty Thi-.it
ituj appears to be the order of the day in
Bedford this winter, even down in MudTrwn
several long Singered Gents who are pretty
well known have been figuring rather strong
on Woodpiles. Coal-houses and smoke-houi.es.
On Tuesday morning last a ham was found
in the alley leading east from Bedford St. It is
about time that an example be made of some
of these parties. Our citizens have been too
lenient in this line; it they would have this
prowling about at all hours of the night
through stables smoke-houses and the like
stopped and their property protected from
fire and thieves let them act the part of good
citizens and inform on the first rogue they
catch in the act of stealing. A little watch
ing is all that is necessary.
TERRIBLE ACCWENT.— OQ Thursday last a
terrible accident occurred at thestore of John
Kaffensberger. iu Washington township in
this County. Peter Good ling, a son of Jacob
Goodling, who was returning from a gunning
expedition and stopping at the store, met with
an aeiinaintance by the name of Cornelius
Ciepper. Something was said by Goodling.
about selling ortradiug Ciepper hisgun, when
the two, in a friendly way, commenced tuss
ling with the weapon, which was heavily
loaded. W bile thus engaged, it accidentally
went off, the whole charge lodging in Good
ling's stomach, indicting a fearful wound, and
causing a laceration and protrusion of the
bowels. Medical aid was immediately called
in, but of no avail, as the injured man died
about six hours afterwards.— York True
Demi'-rat.
MAIL ROBBERY. —On Friday evening last,
sutne adroit mail robber succeeded in pur
loiriing the through pouch from Philadelphia
to Holiidaysburg, from the baggage car of the
Branch Train, while the baggage master was
attending to his work of leceiving baggage.
In removing the through pouch, the Duncans
ville pouch was drawn from the car and fell
upon the track. This was run over and cut
open by the wheels of the cars, and was
afterwards found beside the track, with the
mail matter uninjured. The stolen pouch
was taken into a freight car, near the weigh
scales, where it was cut open and the letters
taken out and carried away. Mr. Patton tele'
graphed to Philadelphia, and received an
answer to the effect that there was not over
ren letters in the pouch. This being the case
ihe robber did not get much for his trouble.
—Altoona Tribune.
DEATRCCTIVE FIRE AT At. TOOK A—Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company Car Shops Runted
—Lass 8300,000. —A disastrous fire occurred
at Altoona about eleven o'clock on Thursday
night the 21st inst by which the freight car
shops of the Pennsylvania Railroad company
were destroyed. The building was a frame
-trueture about two hundred feel in length,
fifty feet deep and two stories high, and was
used exclusively for the manufacture ot
freight carß. The fires had beeu slacked
nb,mt seven o'clock iu the evening after the
workmen left the shop and it is not known
positively how or where the fire originated.
V\ ben first discovered the flames were burst
ing out through the roof and windows, and
although the firemen and citizens, a large
number of whom were present, worked nobly
they were unable to combat with the mad
fury of the devouring elemeut, and it swept
everything before it. The entire building,
including ail the machinery in it and twenty
four new freight cars were burned to ashes.
A carload of laid and bacon, and one loaded
with produce, which were standing on a sid
ing near the burning building, and about
thirty thousand dollars worth of lumber in
the rear of the shop were also consumed.
The entire loss by the fire is estimated at
three hundred thousand dollars. There were
between four and live hundred men employed
in connection with the shop, many of whom
will doubtless be thrown out of employment
for a short time at least. It was one of the
most disastrous fires that has ever occurred
in that place.
LIPEIJCCOTT 8 M.IUIZINL THE February
number contains : Beyond the Breakers: A
Novel.— Part 11. With a Full-page Illustra
tion by Sohuessele. A New Legend, Mr.
Thackeray, New Wine in Old Buttles, My
fhalet; a Poem, Price of a Dream; a Story,
Phenomena of Memory, American Artists in
Rome, Over Yonder; a charming Novelette—
-1 art 1., ihe Secret Agent in Foreign Parts.
Southern Reconstruction,' A Pennsylvania
Magazine ia 1775, Our Monthly Gossip, Lit
erature of the Day. For sale at all the Book
and News Stores. Yearly subscription, Si-
Single number, 35 cents. Club liateo.—Two
Copies, $7.00; Five copies, $10.00; Ten Cop
ies, $30.00; and each additional copy, $3.00.
Specimen number, with premium list, sent to
any address on receipt of thirty-five cents.
Address J. B. LIPPINCOTTi Co., Pub
lishers, 715 and 717 Market St., Philadelphia.
ANDY JOHNSON. The eagle which sailed
over a Republican delegation from St. Ciairs
viile on ac. rtain occasion and which was so
portentous to the Democracy about thattim e
was captured some time ago by a man in Ful
ton County ana has since tallen into the hands
of our friend ol the Express Office. Since
his arrival here he has been christened Andy
' Johnson. 1 his has had a powerful effect on
him, for notwithstanding his good treatment
at the hands of the curious democrats, fresh
meat has no charms for him, aud plump
young chickens walk through his coop aud
roost on his back with impunity, bis eyes are
dull and heavy, probably going blind, and his
countenance sullen and skeery as though he
had stolen something; upon the whole in his
present condition he is a type of decaying
democracy, lie 'im loose for he is emacia
ting.
V INTER RULES.—Never go to bed with cold
or damp feet. In going into a colder air,
keep the mouth resolutely closed, that by
compelling the air to pass circititously through
the nose and head, it may become warmed
before it reaches the lungs, and thus prevent
those shocks and sudden chills which fre
quently end in pleurisy, pneumonia, and
other serious forms of disease. Never sleep
with the head in the draft of an open door or
window. Let more covering be on the lower
liuibsthan on the body'. Have an extra cov
ering within easy reach in case of a sudden
and great change of weather during the night..
Never stand still a moment out of doors es
pecially at street corners, after having walked
even a short distance. Never ride near an
open window of a vehicle tor a single half
minute, especially if it has been preceded by
a walk: valuable lives have been lost or good
health permanently destroyed in this way.
Never put on anew boot or shoe in the be
ginning of a walk.— l'uik True Democrat.
LAMENTABLE AND FATAL ACCIDENT.—The
Fulton Democrat says that a most distressing
and fatal accident occurred in Licking Creek
township, last week. Mr. Franklin Sipes,
son of Am s Sines, went into the woods, on
Tuesday, (the sth in-t.,) to cut saw logs. He
had felled a tree which lodged on another
tree, near by. Whilst endeavoring to dis
engage the partially (alien tree, it lurched
away from the lodgement and striking Mr.
Sipes in the face, prostrating him to the
ground, falling across both of hi- legs. As
m ; ght be supposed, very serious injuries were
the result. Besides other severe contusions
and serious wounds, the bones of both legs
below the knees suffered dangerous com
minuted fractures. The surgieal aid of Dr.
11. S. Wishart, of HarrisOnville, was called
in, as speedily as possible, and the wounds
most skillfully dressed and cared for: but the
unfortunate man had been wounded past the
help of surgery, and on Friday he died.
ARSCONDIKO POSTMASTER. —On Thursday
morning last, Andrew Dalryrnple, Postmaster
at Brown's Mills, this county, left for pans
ut,known. Before leaving he gave a letter to
be deliveted to a gentleman who was on bis
bond for the faithful Derfortnance of his
duties. He hud told his wife on the morning
of his departure that he was going to Cham
bersburg, and would return in the evening.
Evening catne, and night too, but no Andrew.
His bondsman in the meantime had read the
letter, and learned from its contents that he
tvas in for about SSOO. The defaulter stated
that he was sorry he liad to leave, sorry that
there was such a deficiency in his accounts,
but told his friend that he did not see any re
lief except in his paying tbe money. He was
very thankful he had signed hishoud.as well
as for the many kindnesses he bad received at
his hands. Tbe whole transaction is about
tbe coolest piece of rascality we have heard
of for some time. Dalryrnple has not yet
been heard cf. — Franklin Repository.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE lor February opens
with. "A Sleigh-ride through Eastern Si
beria,'" by Mr. T. W. Knox, which is an ex
ceedingly interesting and well-written descrip
'ion of a country that is not tamiliar to
Americans. Alice Carey has a pleasant lit
tle poem. "Spent and Mis-Spent;" and "/.an
zihar," by Mrs. C. L. Weeks, is such a de
scription of the inner social life of Zanzibar
as only a woman could discover or tell.
"Executive Department and Seals," by B. J.
Lossing. is instructive and well illustrated.
"Grandpapa's Baby," by I). R. Castieton, is
a tender and pretty story of baby life. "Isa
bella. Ex Queen of Spain," t>v Mr. J. S. C.
Abbot, "My Enemy's Daughter," by Justin
Mc-Carty. "Preachers and Preaching," by
Robert Somes, "A Wile ot the Period" by
Catherine F. Williams. "Changes in Popula
tion." by Nathan Allen, "The Insurance on
the Highflyer," by llar-iet Prescott Spoflbrd,
"Light Houses." by M. Scheie de Vere, Cur
tis is even better than usual this month in his
talks with big readers.
T Bit American Year-Book for 1869 is the
title of the initial volume of a proposed an
nual publication by O. D. CASE A Co., of
Hartford, who have sent us a portion of its
pages in advance. Since the '"American
Almanac "Was discontinued in 18'ift, and the
two years of the "National Almanac" in '63
and "6.4, the broad field of information thus to
be annually harvested has been entirely un
occupied. These publishers enter upon it
now, appreciating the public needs, under
standing the perils of the work, and confident
of their ability to supply successfully and
permanently, a year book and register which
ghali be indispensable forthe intelligent pub
lie The sheets before us fully sustain their
promise to give to their work a broader and
more valuable range than was covered bv
either of the annuals above spoken of. As a
compendium of astronomical, historical,
religious, political, financial and con'mercial
information, as well relative to our National
and State governments as to foreign countries,
aud carefully edited by competent writers,
the completed volume of 80ft pages will
satisfy so nearly all the current requirements
of public men or private citizens, as to com
mand for the enterprise n well-merited suc
cess. It is to be issued in February, and
travelling agents will soon place copies
within every man's reach.
To ORR PATROSS. —We have a large amount
of money charged upon our books, but we
find the money in our pocKet very scarce. Our
friends have always responded liberally to
our call and we trust that they will do so
again. We have been building during the
past season, and our carpenters,
lumbermen, painters, in short every one we
employ wants money. In fact money is the
very thing we want ourselves. Now all we
ask is that every one who owes us, however
small the sum, will promptly pay us. Every
dollar we get will pay two dollars of debts.
We only want those who owe us to pay, in
order that we may pay our debts; and we are
quite sure that all this class will cheerfully
aid us in so laudable an enterprise. Every
one can tell the exact amount be owes us lor
subscriptions by examining the label that he
finds each week on his paper. Geo. Giles
Apl. 1 08 indicates that Mr. Giles has not
paid in advance tor his paper but has been
going it on tick. Now if he knows how to
save money he will hurry up and pay us $2.50
before Apl. 1. 09 for atter that time it will be
$3.00; if he had paid for it nine months ago it
would have only been $2.00 and he would
have saved OOcts. In the came way each one
can determine how much he owes, always re
membering that it is economy to pay in ad
vance. All who owe us for advertising if
they have not received bills, can ascertain the
amount by culling at onr office, where we will
' at all times be pleased to see them, and to
! receive and receipt "for all the little bills due
as. Come along quick. W< want money
badly or we would not ask for it. t. f.
MARRIED.
On the 2Ut inst., at the parsonage, in Martina
burg, liy Rev. 11.I 1 . ShesJer, Mr. MAKIIX I.
TAUBEK to Miss SUSANNA KKAIi V; both of
Bedtord Co. Pa.
DIED-
Jan. 20th 1869, of congestion of the bruin, l/>-
KEJfA. yoongcst child of Win. L. and ciALLIE
K I,I.NTZ, of this place, aged'J months and 1
day. '
Jan 22d, 1869. in this place, after u short ill
ness, Mrs. ELIZABETH C. SMITH, a member of
the Prc?byteriau church, aged 76 years, 1' months
and 17 days.
Jan. 21st, 1869, near Marietta Union Township,
infant child of ISAAC WYANT aged 3 mouths
and 23 days.
ciUuv .JUm'Hscmcnt.s.
All advertisement*, except public sales and .
legral notices, will be inserted three month* and
charged accordingly unless otherwise ordered. f
rpilE LAST NOTICE.
Persons knowing themselves indebted 10 H. F. ;
Irvine, will please call and settle their accounts
f last year by cash or note. This is positively ;
the lasv notice. H. F. IRVINE. 29jan2t
ARCHITECTURE.
General and detailed plans and drawings, for j
churches and other public building, private resi- j
deuces Ac., furnished at short notice and at rea
sonable prices. C. N. lIICKOK.
?9jan ly Red lord, Pa.
IT* STRAYS—came to the premises of the sub-
J scriber, living in Iloptwell Township Bed
f r County Pa., on or about the first of December
1868, 10 head of sheep: mark, crop of the left car.
The owner i* requested to come forward, prove
property pay charges and tako them away, or
they will be disposed of according to law.
29jan3t JAMES PRICE. ,
f|Mil\ BEST place in Bedford to boy choice
1 BRANDS of Chewing Tdaccus and Scgars,
at wholesale or retail, is at OUTER'S.
GO JD SOUND NATURAL LEAF Cavendish
Tobacco, 75 cents per pound. 22janlm
13 RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED to di
1 pose of gnarauteas for the sale of Landed and
other valuable property in different parts of the
United State*. Profits very literal, sales easily
t-lltTi.-d, and no lo** of time fro other busaineae.
A : Ire- J. T. MILLER J- CO.
22jan6t Box 4, P. 0. Port Deposit, Md.
piTTS B CRGII COM M EIICIAL
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Now is the time to Subscribe—Grant's Election a
New Era.
EVERY MAN SHOULD KNOW WHAT 18 !
GOING ON.
The election of Grant marks an era in the his
tory of the country. The future is full of prom
ise. We stand on the thresh hold of a period of
remarkable interest. If the Presidential cam
paign awakened a desire for reading and intelli
gence, the election of Grant must create a wish
among all classes to be well informed at every
step in the career on which, as a people, we are
about to enter. Thar people having elected a
Preside nt by an unexampled majority, they will i
naturally wish to observe him at every stop,
know of every event as it happens, and have no
intelligent uuderst tnding of men and thing* not
only in our own country but throughout the
world.
More than ever now a jjpod newspaper becomes
essential to every man, who would keep himself
informed concerning passing events.
THE PITTSBURGH COMMERCIAL
has won a place among the first journals of the
country, and by common consent is the
BEST PAPER IN PENNSYLVANIA.
We
GIVE ALL THE NEWS.
And the habitual reader of the Commercial will
find hira-elf well informed on all topics of gener
al interest. Few papers in the country have eo
expensive a correspondence, none ha* eo com
plete arrangements #<>r gathering the news, and
no other pays so much attention to adapting what
it print* to the wants and associations of its read
ers. J'he Commercial is
NOT MERELY A POLITICAL PAPER.
An advocate of the principles of the Republican
party, it returns to political friends and foe a
thousand times what he pays.
THE DAILY COMMERCIAL,
since it was established, has been ahead in
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jfw lUvcrlijiienuttU
pSTATE OF DAVID POINTS, DECEASED.
, !, ® (, er testamentary having been granted to
t.i undersigoed.i '.eeut, rof the las', will and test
anient of David Points, late of Bedford township,
deceased, by the Register of Bedford county, all
j persons indebted to laid estate are hereby notified
to moke innuvdlatepayment. 4„d ail having claims
against the estate arc requested to present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
M. A. POINTS, Executor.
nXECI TOR S NOTICE.—Nolice i. hereby
1J given I hut Infers Testum. ntarv hav* been
i grttlleJ by the Register of Bed lord County, to
ihe uK*cr.lei\ rothliug iu Bedford, on the E-tat*
® ' Hon. Vin. T. Dougherty, lat* >t *ai.|
I Borough, dee'd; that all person* indebted to said
CB*xtt* arc notified and required to make pay incut
immediately, and those having claim* thereon
| can present tbcin duly authenticated for settle
nieut. Wit. HARTLEY,
• i ; Fx<vutor.
QRASP TIIET'IIANCE!
Bleu bed and Brown MUSLINS, PRINTS and
i DOMESTIC GOODS generally are advancing.
Buy but ore a further advance.
lUvsng purchased largely at the extremely low
price* iii< uieot to the great shrinkage of value*
DURING THE PERIOD of their.utmost depres
sion. we will continue for a short time only, to
t*!l for CASH all kind* of cotton good* at about
old price*. [22j*nlw] G. R. OSTER A CO.
REGISTER'S NOTICE FOR ADJOURNED
COURT. 23d of Feb'v, m'J:
/ 11 person* int:r sted are hereby notified thai
the following named accountants have fileil their
account* in the Register's office of Bedford coun
ty, and that said account* will be presented To an
Adjourned ( < art, in and for said county, to be
held UQ the 23 i .lay of February, 1569, at the
Court House, iu Dcdf-rd, t >r confirmation:
ihe account of Abm Ritchey, one of the Exec
utor.- of the la-t Will and Testament of Abm
Ritcbey, late of Soake Spring tp, dee'd.
T&e account of llcnry and Samuel Miller Ex
ecutors or the l.i t will Ac., of John Miller late of
L< ndenderry Tow'p., deceased.
The final account of John Zollcr, Admit.Dtrator
f the p-t it© of John S. Zeller, late of Juniata
tp, dee'd. O. E. SHANNON,
22jan Register.
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ivi
T 0 B A C C O A N T I 1> 0 TJK .
Warranted to remove all desire for Tobaeco.
It is entirely vegetable and harmless. It Purifies
aud enrich' " the Blood. Invigorates the System,
possesses great Nourishing and Strengthening
power, is ?in excellent Appetizer, enables the
Stomach to Digest the heartiest food, make* sleep
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kcrh-aul Ch' ■ TM jor Si J 1 5 year* cured. Price.
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-T. R. ABBOTT, Jersey City, X. J. Sold by
all Druggists. 22janl2w
C'IAAA PER YEAII onaravfed, and etcady
Mul'v e f ploy went. We want a reliable agent
in ever? county to sell our Patent White Wire
Clothe* Lime ( Everlasting.) Addre.-s WHITE
WIRE
st., Chicogo, I'l. 22jan4w
/"XARPETS f— Don't Pay thk ITigh
V KRlt.'Es! -THE N'EW KNGL.VXD CAB
PET CO., of Boston, Muss., established nearly a
quarter of a century ago. in their present location,
iu Halls over 71. 73, 76. 77. 79. 81, 83. 85 and S7
Hanover Street, probably furnished more
honees with Carpets thuu any other house in the
country. In order to afford those at a distance
the advantages of thoir low prices, propose to send,
on the receipt/ f the price, 20 yards or upwards of
their beautiful Cottage Carpeting, at 6i cents per
yard, with samples of ten sorts, varying in price
from 26 cents to $3 per yard, suitable for furnish
ing every pr tof any house. 22jan4w
lIST OF CAUSES put down for Trial at Feb
rua*y Term, 1869, (8b day.)
Josith llolsinger vs. Mary J. Holsinger.
Isaac L. Snider vs. Sam'! Kochendorfer A wife.
Sophia Hook et al vs. Thomas Growdan et al.
O.C.Y&ughan, endorse". Ac. vs R. M. Trout ctal.
Henry Bridenthal vs. Richard Har.lett*
Isaac L. Fickes vs. George T. MoCormick et al.
Benj. W, Garretson vs, Philip Little et al.
Same. vs. 0. E. Shannon.
A. B. Cramer & Co. vs. same.
Ann C. Diinnaker's exr. vs. Christ A. Danaker.
Certified January 9. 1369.
lijan 0. K. SHANNON, Prot'y.
I IST OF CAUSES put down for F'eLruary
X Term 1869. Adjourned Courted day.
S. S. Flock et al. vs. Abel Putt.
Same. va. Jacob Rati 111.
Same. vs. Jam < Bowser.
I". I>. Beeglc, vs. Yal. Dull.
Mary A. Forney, vs. Mathias Forney.
A. C. Vaughen. vs. R M. Trout, et nL
Hester S. Bar lav, et al. v*. Win. Hoffman.
Isaac L. Fickes, v .T. MoCormiok, el al.
Same. \ . Same.
Laana Smith, et aT v \le\ Mekservtrtith.
Wm k ■ :• iz. Tate.
F I>. Beegin, v.- D mil 1 \* ot*. et 4.
Sim-.
Wsn. Kellerman, > S-cbwl l.ehmtn. et a?.
M tnriU Kb. r<- v •. 1 e U A B T M R It k C Co
R. Langdott, vs. Riddic'b'g C k Ix<>n C ot al.
Henry F, Loguc. et al. vs. Samuel Smith.
Middle W.h. ib'y Tp. >s- Eph Longenecker et al
Certified January 26. 18U9.
29jan O. E. SHANNON, Prot'y.
nPAYERN LICENSES.
X Notice is hereby given, that the following
named pervoaa have made appiication lor Licen
ses to l© granted at February Sessions, on theßtb
day of Fe irua.y. 1869, to wit:
0 Bunnell a Manly, Bridgeport, Tavern.
John Reigu.irt, Union tp., laveru.
Lewis A. Mav, llainj'bui 2, Tav*rn.
D.-.niel RiteJiey, W. Providence, Ronton rant.
John llarriti, Bcliord, do.
Alain it. Cam, do
Aaron Grove, .St. do.
laaho Grove, de do.
Henry Rose, Centerville, Tavern.
Wis. (i. Eifholts, Woc.dberry bor., do.
Win. Long. L ndendorry Tow'p., do.
George Troarman, Juniata Tow'p., do.
Icaa" Men gel. Bedford bor.. do.
Jno. B. Ainicb, St. Clairtville, do.
Wm. Cri.man, Napier tp, do*
Miobaol Oft, Bloody Kun, do.
S. R. BottomtieM, do, do.
1). M. Snxton, do.
William Weimer, Ciei.rvil?e, do.
Certified January 9. 1569.
I6jan O. E. SHANNON, Prot'y.
gtdmttejemeiU#.
NOTICE.
All persons interested are hereby notified that
the folb.wing named accountants have filed their
accounts in the Register's office of Bedford coun
ty, and that said accounts will be presented to
the Orphans' Court in and for said county, on
Tuesday the 9th day of February next, at the
Court House, in Bedford, for confirmation.
1. The Final accouut of John W. Sam*, Esq.,
Trustee for the sale of the real estate of Valentine
Metx, iate of Broad Top tp, dee'd.
2. The account of Jacob Snook, administrator
of the estate of Kmanu&l Snook, late of Napier
tp. dee'd.
3. The account of Wesley M. Aker*, adminis
trator of the estate of Nathan Layton. late of Moi
roe township, dee'd.
4. The account of John B. Amos and Saml B.
Amos, administrators with the will annexed of
John Amos, late of Bedford tp., dee'd
5. 'I he account of David L. Ke&gy, administra
tor of the estate of J. F. Hoover, late of Middle
Wood berry tp, dee'd.
6. The account of Win. H. Dasher and John B.
Fluck, Esq., administrators of the estate of John
Dasher, late of Hopewell tp, dee'd.
7. The final account of George If. Sleek exeeu
tor of the last will Ac, of Joseph W. Sleek, Ute
of Napier tp, dee'd.
8. The account of Henry Rose, executor of the
last will Ac, of Arshon Rose, late of Cumberland
Valley tp, dee'd.
9. The account of Wiju. W. Cuppet, executor of
the last will Ac, of Isaac Cuppet late of St. Clar
tp, dee'd.
10. The account of John W. Knox, administra
tor of the estate of Thomas Knox, late of Bedford
tp. dee'd.
11. The account of John Rinioger and Jacob
Dull, executor* of the last will Ac. of Jacob Dull,
late of Napier tp., dee'd.
Certified Jan. 9, 1869.
13jan 0. E. SHANNON, ProL
1869. _ 1869.
In order to reduce our present stock, we
will offer
FOR CAS 11
All kinds of WINTER GOODS
A T .0 0 S T.
Great Bargain? can now be had in
CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, FLANNELS,
Mcrinoes, Delaines, Hosiery, Carpeting?, j
Shawls, Ac. Ac.
COME WITH THE CASH.
You can buy cheap, as we are deter
mined to reduce onr stock to half its
present size.
A. B. CRAMER k CO.
Jan. 8, I8e.
gHERIFFS SALES.
By virtue of sundry writs of vend, exponas
and levari facias to me directed, there will be
exposed to public sale at the Court House, in
the borough ot Bedford, on Saturday, Febru
ary 6th, A. 1). 1869, at 10 o'clock A. M. the '
following real estate, viz:
One lot of ground fronting 60 feet on Mill
street, and running back to an alley 160 feet,
with a two story log rough cast house thereon,
adjoining lands of John B. Longenecker on
the East and West. Situate in Middle Wood
berry township, and taken in execution as
the property of Jacob Strock and John B.
I.ongenecker terre tenant.
Also, one lot of ground containing 10 acres,
ail cleared and under fence, with a two story
log house, and log barn thereon erected, also
a young apple orchard thereon, adjoining
lands of Alexander Shoemaker on the East,
Joseph Ling on the West, and Daniels on the
Xorth. Situate in Junia'.a township,"and ta
ken into execution as the property ot Ellen
Showman.
Also, one tract of land containing 295 acres
more or less, with about 240 acres cleared
and under fence, with a two story log house,
double log barn, tenant house and other out
buildings thereon erected, and two good ap
ple orchards thereon, adjoining lands of Phil
ip shoemaker, dee'd, on the west, Abraham
Weisel on the northwest, Simon Stucky on
the south, Christian Ileterick on the east.
SituaXe in Colerain township and taken in ex
ecution as the property of Samuel Stuckey.
Also, two lots of ground with a one story
plank house thereon, adjoining lots of John
M. Walter on the north, on the Schellsburg
road on the west. Situate in Uflion town
ship. and taken in execution as the property
of John G. Seder aud wife, formerly Xaucy
Benthimer.
Also, A certain tract of land situate iu Har
rison township, containing one hundred and
eight and one fourth acres, more or less, be
ing the same tract of land which P. F. Leh
man and Mary Ann, his wile, told and con
veyed to John 11. Wertz and Sophia Wertz,
his wife; you cause to be levied as well acer
tain debt of two hundred and nine dollars and
ninety three cents, which Samuel Heffner
lately in our county court of Common Pleas
aforesaid, by the consideration of the said
Court, recovered of John H. Wertz and So
phia his wife, to be levied of the said lot of
ground, as also the interest thereon from the
18th ol December. 186". and also the sum of
&10.U7 which accrued thereon according to
the lorm and effect of an act of Assembly of
the Commonwealth in such case made and
provided, aud have you these moneys before
our Judges at Bedford, at our County Court
of Common Pleas, there to be held on the
2d Monday ot February (nextl. there to ren
der unto the said Samuel Heffner, use of O.
E. Shannon, for the debt and interest and
costs aforesaid, and taken in Execution as the
property of JohnH. Wertz and Sophia Wertz
his wile.
Also, all the defendant's interest in and to
a tract of land containing 100 acres, more or
less, about 50 acres cleared and under fence
with a double log house and grist mill, frame
bank barn thereon erected, aud an apple or
chard thereon, adjoining Deaner i Hull on
the wpgt. Valentine Riseling on the east, Hi
ram Blackburn on the north, Joseph L.
Daughertv on the South.
Also, one tract of wood lend containing 10
acres more or less, adjoining Jesse K. Smith
on the west, James Taylor on the north, and
others on the east. Situate in St. Clair town
ship, and taken in execution as the property
of Joseph C. Blackburn.
lr.jan ROB'T STECKMAN, Shff.
IIEDFGUD COINTY PS.
_ At an Orphans' Court be! J at Bedford
„ .f\in and for the county of Bedford.on the
v day of November, A. D. 1868, be
-0 ~ fure the Judges of the said Court, on
motion of Hon. John Ctssna, Esq., the Court grant
an alias rule upon the heirs and legal representa
tives of Henry Brant, late of Cumberland Valley
township, deceased, to wit: George Brant, resi
ding in Allegheny coun.y. Mil., Jacob Brant,
whose alienee is Win Blair, John Brant, now deao,
leaving issue whose names and residences are un
known, Andrew Jackson Brant, residing in Cum
berland Valley township, Bedford county, Catha
rine, intermarried with George Leacurc, residing
in Cumberland, Allegheny county. Md., and Ile
becoa rat, now deceased, leaving no issue, to be
and appear at an Orphans' Court to be held at
Bedford, on the 2d Monday, Bth day of February
next, to accept or refuse to take the real estate of
said Henry Brant, deceased, at the valuation
which has been valued aud appraised in pursu
ance of a writ of partition or valuation issued out
of the Orphans' Court and to the Sheriff of said
county, for that purpose, directed, or show cause
why the same should not be sold by order of the
said Court.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
band and the seal of the said Court at Bedford the
day and vear aforesaid.
Attest: ' 0. E. SHANNON, Clerk.
Rob't Steckmax, Sheriff. jan!s
/"HOURT PROCLAMATION.
\ . To the Coroner, the Jueticre of the fence, and
t'anetable* in the different Toicnehipe in the
to inty of Bedford, Crettunj; Know ve, that in
pursuance ot a precept to me directed, under the
baud and seal of the Hon. ALEN AN lIEli KIN G,
President of the several Courts of Common Pleas,
in the Ifith District, consisting of the countks of
l'rankiin, Fulton, Bedford aud Somerset, and by
virtue ot his office of the Court of Oyer and Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery for the trial of
capital and other offenders therein, and the Gen
eral Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace; and
(}. W. Gi mp and Williak G. Eichoktz, Judges
of the samo Court in the same County of Bedford,
You and each of you, are hereby required to he
and appear in your proper persons with your He
curds, Recognizances, Examinations, and other
Remembrances, betore the Judges aforesaid, at
Bedford, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of
the peace therein to be holdcn for the county of
Bedford, aforesaid, on the 2d Monday of Feb.
briny the 81* day, 1869, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of that day, there and theu to do those
things to whieh your several offices appertain.
Given under my hand and seal the 15th day of
January, in the year of our Lord, 1869.
ROBERT STECKMAN,
Sheriff's Office, ) Sheriff.
Bedford, Jan. 15, 1869. j fw
ALL KINDS OF BLANKS, Common, Admin
istrator's end Executor's, Deeds, Mortgages,.
SudgmentNotes, Promissory Notes, with and with
out waiver of exemption, Summons, Subpoenas
and Executions, fuf sale at the Inquirer office.
I Nov J, 1866
pterdliwrouiSu
JF YOU WANT
SLEIGU BELLS,
SLEIGH BASKETS,
SLEIGH RUNNERS,
STEEL SLEIGH SOLES,
BUFFALO ROBES, AND
RORSE-BLANKETS, goto
LYNCH S HARDWARE STORE.
A fine stock of SKATES for Ladies and gentle
men.
A beautiful lot of
LAMPS, LANTERN'S AND CHIMNEYS.
DOUBLE-BARRELLED SHOT-GUNS
AND PISTOLS,
CONCENTRATED LYE,
DOBBINS' AND CASTILE SOA P,
FANCY SOAPS,
A superior article of LUBRICATING OIL for
machinery,
A fine lot of AXES. SAUSAGE MEAT CUT
TERS A STUFFERS, Cheap.
If you want a
BRASS OR BELL-METAL KETTLE.
If you want the best
CLOTHES WRINGER,
If you want
DEMIJOHNS, all sites,
If you want
GUM SHOES, fot llorses,
If you want
GRASS MATS, for doors,
It you want a plain set of
HARNESS, fcheap, j
If yt>u want a cheap
WAGON WHIP,
If you want
CARRIAGE or BUGGY WHIPS,
If you want a
RIDING WHIP,
If you want a
WOODSTOCK WHIP,
If you want
LASHES,
If you want
CARRIAGE or FLOOR OIL CLOTH,
If you want
ENAMELED LEATHER,
It you want a
CHAMOIS SKIN,
If you want
HOUSE or GONG DOOR BELLS,
If you want all kinds of
CAN and TUB PAINTS,
If you want
WHITE LEAD and OILS,
If you want
SPRINGS and AXLES,
If you want
STEEL and STEEL WIRE,
If you want
PICKS and MATTOCKS,
If you want
WATER PIPE,
If you want
HUBS. SPOKES, FEI-LOES, SHAFTS,
If you want
BOWS, BUGGY-TOPS, PROPS, Ac.
If you want
CROSS-CUT and MILL SAWS,
In short, everything that people may want in
the Hardware line may be had at
LYXCH'S HARDWARE STORE,
BEDFORD. PA.
SU.. PATTERSON'S FLOUR FOR SALE.
HUNTINGDON A BROADTOP RAILROAD
On and after Wednesday, Sept 16, 1868, Pas
senger Trains will arrive and depart as follows:
UP TRUSS. BOWK TRAIKS
Accom Mail. gT DION'S Accoai M
P. M. A. M. j " A. M. P. M.
1k4.35'1.k 9 05 : Huntingdon, j AK9.20 ar4.21
4.<6 9.12 Long Sidmg , 9.12 4.16
4.56 9.25 MeConoellstown 8.54 4.00
5.(H 9.33! Pleasant Grove, ! 8.47 3.52
5.21 9.49 Markleshurg, 8.30 3 40
5.40 lO.OSXvtto stun. 8.14 3.25'
5.49 10.13 Rough A Keadv 8.05 3.17
6.06 10.28 Cove, " j 7.50 3.01
6.10 10.32; Fisher's Summit 7.10 3.00
ak6.27 10.55 Sax ton, i.E7.30j 2.46
11.13 Riddlesburg, 2.16
11.21 Hopewell, 2.09
1t.39 Piper's Run, 1.49
12.00 Tatesville, 1.28
12.12 Bloody Run, 1.15
1R 12.18 Mount Dallas. j lel.lo
I | ;
SHOCP'S RUN BRANCH. " __
1f.6.30 t.g 11.00 Saxton, ar 7.25 ar2.30
6.45 11.15 Coalmont, 7.10 2.15
6.50 11.20 Crawford, 7.05 2.10
ar7.o<! AS 11.30;budley, le 6.55 ce2.00
ißroad Top City,
j Sept. 16, '6B. JOHN M'KILLIPS, Supt.
QOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMERS !
THE following kinds of
THESHING MACHINES j
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT THE MA- j
CHINE SHOP OF
P. H. SHIRES, BEDFORD, PA. !
TU Celebrated RAILWAY, or TREAD-POV.*- j
ER Threshing Machines with all the latest and j
best improvements.
ONE AND TWO-HORSE rOWERS. j
The Two-horse Machine with two horses and
four hands will thresh from 100 to 125 bushels of *
wheat or rye, and twice as much oats per day.
ONE-HORSEMACHINES
with three hands, will thresh from 40 to 75 bush [
per day.
Two and four-horse TUMBLING SHAFT Ma- I
chines, also, four-horse STRAP MACHINES, j
STRAW SHAKERS ofthe mo"! approved kind at- i
tached to all Machines.
ALL MACHINES WAnItANTED.
REPAIRING of all kinds of Machines done on j
the shortest notice.
PIG METAL, GRAIN and j
LUMBER taken in payment.
wanting Machines, will do well to I
give me a call.
PETER H. SHIRES.
Proprietor and Manufac'r
rpHE FARMERS' BOOK.
X 140 beautiful and useful illustrations. 750
octavo pages. Showing just what every farmer
wants to know:
HOW TO MAKE TnE FARM PAY.
Send for circular giving full descriptions.
FARMERS! FARMER'S SONS!
Experienced Book Agents and others, wanted to
take this book to every Farmer in every commu
nity. Business permanent. Pays from $l5O to
S2OO per month according to experience and abil
ity. Address, JEIGLER, McCURDY A CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa., Cincinnati, 0., Chicago, 111.,
or St. Louis, Mo. 21aug6m_ k
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
For doing a family washing in the best and
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal to any in
the world ! Has all the strength of old rosin soap
with the mild and lathering qualities of genuine
Castile. Try this splendid Soap. Sold by the
ALDEN CHEMICAL WORKS, 43 North Front
Street, Philadelphia. dseplyr
O EL LING OFF AT COST!
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
CASSIMEIIES, HATS k CAPS.
AT COST.
4dcc3m R. W. BERKSTRESSER.
AGENTS WANTED.— S7S TO S2OO PER 1
MONTH!!! or a commission from which
twice that amount can be made by selling the La
test Improved COMMON St N& t J* AMJ
SEWING MACHINE, Pmcn $13.00. For Cir
cular and Terms address C. BOH ERS A CO.
lSdec63m3 320 South Third Street, Phil'a.
P£U Y THE BEST!
The ODESSA COLLAPSING SKIRT i" jnst
the article every lady wants. It will fit any lady j
perfectly, and ean be worn with any style of j
dress: is altered in sixu and shape in an instant.
It ean be shortened and lengthened by the patent
Lifter, so as to be suitable fur long or short dress
es. For sale by G. R. OSTER A CO.
Bedford, Dee. 25:3 m
FARMERS AND OTHERS 3re respectfully j
informed that I have madeextersive prepara
tions by means of which I am enabled to supply, |
at all times,
ROCK AND GROUND PLASTER,
at my Warehouse. Afso,
LIVERPOOL AND AMERICAN SALT.
lSdeSm JOHN W. BARNDOLLAR.
7* XVIIA N G E HOTEL,
ii HUNTINGDON, PA.
This old establishment having been leased by
J. MORRISON, formerly proprietor of the Mor
rison House, has been entirely renovated and re
furnished and supplied with all the modern im
provements and conveniences necessary to a first
class Hotel.
The dining room has been removed to the first
Boor and is now spacious and airy, and the cham
bers are all well ventilated, and the proprietor
will endeavor to make his guests perfectly at
home. Address, J. MORRISON,
Exchsxos Hot*!.,
31jnlytf Huntingdon, Pa.
EVERYBODY in want of WALL PAPER ex
amines the stock at the Inquiier Book Store.
pisfrilanwus.
SI.OOO keward. SIOOO
WILL BE GIVES TO AST MAS WnO CAN
PRODUCE AS
LAII G K AN D AS (J 11 EA 1'
A STOCK OF GOODS AS
G. R. OSTUB & CO.
who art now receiving and opening at their Spa
eious New Store, the most extensive and varied
assortment of new CHEAP
W I XTER GOODS
ever opened in Bedford, purchased under favora
ble circumstancei since the great break down in
price*, and will now offer them to CASH buyer*,
both wholesale and retail, at much lower prices
than the same kind can be bought for in Bedford
county. Country Storekeepers will find an op
portunity of sorting up their stocks, if only a
single piece is wanted, at wholesale prices.
SPECIAL.
KXX KAO RDI3TA BY BARGAINS
In ladies dress goods, such as Striped and Cbenc
Muhair, Striped plaid, Shot and Cbene Poplins
in changeable effect*, for suits and walking
dresses, all that look at them say they are cheap.
heavy mixed Melange Poplins and nerdua
ultra Itepeilanta for suits. Empress Cloth, Eng
lish Serges, Epingiine* and corded Poplins, in
brown, steel, violet, purple, wine green, garnet
and his mark. They are bcaatie?. All you have
to do is look at them, and your own judgn-.ent
wil say buy. French Merinos, Coburgs, Wool
Delaines and Alpacas in all the rew colorings,
best American Delaines and Armures in the new
stripes, and palka dots, very desirable.
CALICOES!
10000 yard* of beautiful calico print* that
won't lade, at 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 and 16 cents.
H U S L INS!
Piles of bleached and unbleached muslins, at
6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, IS and 20 cents.
FLAN NEL S 1
Von have all heard no doubt of our ebeap flan
nels. It is all over town. The ladies talk about
it as much as of the coming holidays; all wool
flannels at 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 60 cents.
FURS, SHAWLS, &C.
Ladie's Furs, Shawls, Grand Duchess, Lady
Belle, pretty Balmoral and Iloop Skirts. Corsets,
guaranteed to stand enough of pressure to break
a rib every week. Ladies Breakfast Shawls, Me
rino Vests, Hoods, Gloves and Hosiery.
UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, &C.
Men's Wool and Merino Undershirts and draw
ers. Woolen and White Overeiirts, Comforts,
Neckties, scarfs, collars, Ac.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AC.
A large and varied assortment of Cloths, CasaiJ
meres, Tweeds, Satioetts, Velvet Cord, Blankets,
Ginghams, Checks, Tickings, Shirting Stripes, ta
ble Diapers, Napkins, Doylies, and Towels, deci
ly ebeap.
READY-MADE CLOTHING, &c.
Don't our Beady-made Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes strike you as cheap. A whole
rig at our store from tip to toe and wont cost you
much.
CARPETS AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
Wool filling and all wool ingrain carpets, venitian
entry an<l stair carpets, and floor oil cloths.
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES.
Choice Java, Laguayra and Rio coffee. Choice
French Imperial, Young Iljscn, Oolong and Ja
pan Tea.
A full line of sugar? and syrups. A choice as
sortment of tobaccos and segars. In a word ev
erything you want. All are invited to call &Dd
see for themselves. No trouble to show goods
whether you wish to buy or not. Terms cash un
less otherwise specified. G. K. OSTEK A CO.
I 13dec:3m
£ W. CLARK A CO.,
BANK E R S
No. 35 S. Third Street. Philadelphia,
GENEKAI. AGENTS
FOB Til K
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY
or THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
FOB THE
STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA AND SOUTH
ERN NEW JtF.SEY.
The NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COM
PANY is a corporation Chartered by Special Aet
of Congress, approved July 25, 1868, with a
CASH CAPITAL OF $ l , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 ,
and is now thoroughly organized and prepared
for business.
Liberal terms offered to Agents and Solicitor:!,
who are isvited to apply at our oflice.
Full particulars to be had on application at our
office, located in the second story of our Banking
House, where Circulars and Pamphlets, fully de
scribing tho advantages offered by the Company,
may be bad.
B. S. RUSSELL, Manager.
E. W. CLARK A CO.,
No. 35 South Third Street,
Slauglyr PHILADELPHIA.
P A R M E R S! ! !
TRY THE
A LTA V E L A
PHOSPHATE.
IT CONTAINS THREE PER CENT. OF
AMMO N I A ,
AN AMPLE QUANTITY TO GIVE ACTIVITY
WITHOUT INJURY TO THE VEGETA
TION, AND A LARGE PER CENT
AGE OF SOLUBLE BONE PHOS
PHATE OF LIME, POTASH,
AND SODA. THE ESSEN
TIAL ELEMENTS
OF A
CO M PLE T E MA NU R E
PRICE 956.00 PER TON OF TEN BAGS
TWO HUNDRED POUNDS EACII.
Ask your neighbor about it. Send for a pamphlet,
and give it atrial. Address the
A LTA VE L A GUANO CO.,
57 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
T. M. LYNCH, Agent, Bedford, Pa. Jjuly:ly
| ySLOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given, that the partnership
; lately subsiding between J. R. Durborrow and
' John I.utz. of Bedford, under the firm of Durbor
| row A Lutz was dissolved by mutual consent on
| the fifteenth day of July. AU debts for subscrip
tion, Advertising, Job Work, Fees, Books and
Stationery, Ac., Ac., are to be received by said
John Lutz, and all demands on said partnership
are to be presented to him fbr payment. All the
accumulated legal bui inesa in the hands of the late
firm will be prosecuted bv Mr. Durborrow.
J. R. DURBORROW,
July 15, 1888. JOHN LUTZ.
The books of the late firm of Dubbobrow a
Ltrtz having been left in my hands for collection
all persons knowing themselves indebted to said
firm will please call and settle wi'hout further
notice. ' J° n - V LUTg '
MONEY EASILY COM
PLETE STENCIL AND K EV CHECK
OUTFIT. Small capUal tirru ars tree.
STAFFORD MANFG CO.,
22; an Iw " "66 Fulton Street, New York.

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