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BEDFORD. PL, FRIDAY. MARrH 26. 1569.
JSFERAL AFFAIRS.
FT is tba intrinsic merit alone, of Hull's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renswer, that has
gained for it its great popularity.
iHE entire Republican ticket was elected
in Huntingdon borough Msreh 19th, by the
same majority that Grant had in November,
i be boss, agent of the "Supremacy"' book,
could ut have sold very many copies in that
quarter.
SNOW STORM. —Our nominal beginning of
Spring was ushered in Mononday by a driv
ing snow storm that continued until Tuesday
morning. SNAW fell to the depth of six inches
and the weather has been quite cold enough
for mid-winter, iruly Winter lingers in the
lap of Spring and -erms disposed to continue
ibis lingering iudefitiiely.
As many of our subscribers, whether in
town or country, as change their residences
on the coming first of April, will please in
form us of any changes in their post offices,
so that we can change the address of their
papers accordingly. Persons in town will
give notice of changes i.f residence either et
the INQUIRER Book Store or to the carrier.
THE rot.LOWING POST MASTERS have been
appointed for this county. Saxton, Bedtord
county. Eli Eichelberger, vice I. K. Little,
removed: Spuing Meadow, Bedford county,
0. D. Trout, vice Israel Davis, resigned;
Alum Bank, Bedford co., B. H, Walker, vice
B. F. Home, removed; New Paris, Bedford
county, Mrs. E. Richerds, vice C. S. Chris
roan, removed;
A i rsT men is a locomotive, and life a
track.Every night he drives into "the house,"
and stops. Every morning he is fired up
ane". ar.d away he goes switching off in one
direction and then in another. In this rou
tiue of business be forgets that the physical
organization is of the most delicate kind. If
a hard iron locomotive needs constant care,
atid to be well oiled up and rubbed off every
day, bow much more necessary is it that all
men and women should use PLANTATION BIT
TERS, which are the lie plus ultra of every
thing which is necessary to keep the system
in a perfect tone of health.
MOVING TIME. —As the first of April ap
proaches, many of our people may be seen
heaping their household goods, and household
Gods as well, upon wagons and migrating
to some point where it is presumed that for
tune's favors will be more lavishly bestowed.
Jf three flittings are as bad as a fire, and we
have no doubt there is more fact tbati fiction
in the assertion, it is not a matter of surprise
that so many people are always poor, for ;
some are so given to change that the annual j
flitting has become a sort of necessity to them I
J i
without which they could never be content, j
This annual moving is a very serious tax |
upon the time, means and health ot every
community. When will our people consi ier
their ways? When shall we have a reform
in our tenant system ? Why not lease pro
perties for a term of tpn, twenty, fortv years
or for life ? Under such a system nany. who
are now poor, might save a competency from
the now necessary annual moving expenses.
WHAT RAILROADS DO FOK FARMERS. —To'
haul forty bushels of corn fifty mile* on *
wajon. oats. say* the Agriculturist , at least
twelve dollars tor a team, driver and ex
pense*. A railroad would tran*oort it fo r
four dollars at most. Allowing an average
offortv bushels per acre, the crop would be
worth eight dollars per acre or eight percent,
on SIOO. Asthe relative advantage is about
the same for other crop i it is clear that a rail
road passing through a town would add SIOO
per acre to the value of the farm. A town
ten mile* square contain! sixty four thousand
acres. An increase of SIOO. per acre is equal
to $6,400,008, or enough to build two hun
dred miles of railroad, even if it costs $12,000
per mile. But two hundred miles of road
would extend through twenty towns ten miles
rquare. and cost but ten dollars per acre if
taxed upon the land. These figures are given
merely as an illustration. If the larmers had
taxed themselves tc build all the railroads in
this country, and given tbem away to any
companies that would stock and run them,
the present incresssd value of their land
would have well repaid all the outlay.—Fx
change.
War WE VEX t A RAILEOAD. —An illustra
tion of the oppression to which we are at
present subjected by reason of cur limited
railroad facilities in this county, has just
been given in the Broad Top Coal region.
The operators there had been mining and
shipping coal for a long time without profit,
barely paying expenses, but kept thair hands
a: work in hopes of an improved market. A
few weeks ago there was an advance of CO
cents per ton in the price of coal ar.d the op
erators now expected to he able to make some
profit on their mining operations, hut with
the increase of price came an increase of CO
cents per ton on the transportation of coal
over the Penna. Central Railroad, and that
greedy corporation pocketed all the profits
of toe rise Thus we are placed at the mercy
of an unscrupulous corporation and our trans
portation whether to or lrora the eastern mar
kets costs us about as much now by railroad
as it did in days gone by to have it brought
over the mountains in Conestoga wagons,
this will continue to be the case and all the
iiiteresta of Bedlord County are doomed to
suffer, and pay a heavy tributt to this over
grown, lyrranical monopoly until we obtain
rail communication with some other route.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is the one
nearest to us and offering :he 'nest facilities
for our delivery from the black-mailing opera
i. ns of the Central Railroad. The Bedford
kt;d Bridgeport Railroad will give us commu
nication with the Baltimore and Ohio and
afford us a through route to compete with
the Penna. Central for the carrying of our
freights to eitbe.r eastern or western marksts.
Is it not therefore the interest of every citi
/.sn of the county including the whole of
Broad top Coal Region to encourage the
speedy buildiugof" the Bedford and Bridge
port Railroad ? Will not our citizens remem
ber this when called upon to subscribe to oar
railroad? Today we pay higher charges on
freights to and from Philadeljdiia than are
charged from Pittsburgh and Chicago, simply
because we have no choice but to go over the
Penna. Central Railroad. The moment we
are able to choose between two competing
routes we will get a reduction of 25 per cent
on all freight and Express charges to this
f race. V. ill not such considerations induce
our people to push forwsrd the Bedford and
B dgeport Railroad to an early completion ?
MAUSOIJA WATER. —Superior to the best
in ported German Cologne, and sold at half
the price. v f.
PRIMARY ELECTION.— The return delegates
of the Primary election assembled in conven
tion at the court house in Bedford on the 22nd
iDst at 2 o'clock P. M. J. \V. Lingenlelter
Esq. Chairman of the County Committee
presiding.
On motion D. S. Elliott Esq. and John
Lutz were appointed secretaries.
There were no delegates nor returns from
Liberty nor Londonderry townships There
were acattering rotes for various candidates
but no candidates were voted tor in tho ma
jority of townships except for Senator, Legis
lature, Sheriff and Prothonotary; on these the
vote stood as follows:
Penate. Sheriff.
? I? * I? > P ~
3! x a 0 j y- s
Ig Z P 5
DISTRICTS: ■ || I ! -~ £ if
S i ? ? 3 iS* 3
F J !
IL_U_ 1-
BeJford tturough.. 61 'JO 12 y|: ii It; 73
Bedford Twp '.'l lit l too 103; 6 100
Broad T.p Twp... 13 3 5' 25 If 6 ">
Bloody Run Bor. 7 111 54 72 42 17; 7U
Coreruia Twp ... i 2 35 11 54 23; 2a, 53
t'oaldaie Bur 10 II i U 21 i 1 21
Cum' Va Icy Twp 23 2 1 21 23;
Harrison I" 29 35 17; 20; 31
Hopewell 11 24 16 4U 51
Juniata 35 15| 41 411 10 49
Liberty .
Londonderry
Monrue 36 38 11 65 74 11 71
Napiar 1 109 102 25 S6i 3
Providence JB 17 ;• 65 61, 30; 5 78
Providence W 15 11 35, 60 47 141 53
Saxton Bor 22 22 22 : !
Schs Is burp 28 20! 4 23 5
St. Ciairsville t 19, 22 10 12 21
St. Clair Twp '.'152 1211 5;155j 140
Snulte Spring 13 7 1 20 I 1 6 17
Suutbuniptou ; 11 18 31 j 301 2: S
Union : 4 123 ' 127 14 112 126
WooJburry It -r.... s 'J 17 6! 11
Wondberry M j 7j 2S 35 2' 3:;'
WoodlierryS j 0; S3 i 92 45 4t 72
Total 403,303 212 1323 8951613!1014
* Legislature: no opposition.
• Prothonotary : no opposition.
The vote having been counted the follow
ing candidates were declared nominated by
election. For Senator G. Shannon Mullin,
for Legislature J. ft. LoageriecVer E q. for
Sheriff William Dibert, for Prothonotary J.
W. I.ingeufelter Esq. The convention theo
proceeded to ballot for the nomination of
candidates for the remaining offices, which re
sulted in the following nominations; for
Trea-urer, William Phillips of Bedford town
ship, Commissioner, James Fink ot Hopewell
township, Poor Director E. J. Diehl of Cole
rain township, Coroner A. S. Smith of St.
Clairsville borough, Auditor J. P. Williams
South Woodberry township, Chairman of Co.
Committee D. F. Mann of Bedford Borough
Secretary S. J. Jordan. The county com
mittee elected were as follows.
Bedford Borough —D. F. Mann, Chairman
" Township —A. R. Agnew,
Broad Top " — John Taylor,
Bloody Run Borough —J no. W. Barndollar,
Colerain Township — Saml M. Overocker,
Coaldale Borough — Joaiah M. Lehman,
Cumb. Valley Township — FrancisGrowden
Harrison Township —J. Hoffman,
Hopewell Township John Eichelberger,
Juniata " — Jeste Geller,
Liberty "
Londonderry "
Monroe " —J. R. Oneal,
Napier " —S. C. Stuckey,
East Providence " John Q. Nycum,
West Providence " W. H. Allen,
Saxton Borough —E. A. Fockler,
Scheilsburg " —J. A. Songster, .
St. Clairsville Borough —l. F. Grove,
St. Clair Township —G. W. Vickroy,
Snake Spring " — Asa S. Stuckey,
SouthamptoM "
Union " —A. H. Hull,
Woodberry Borough— J. Breimemau.
" Middle Township— David Bridenthall,
" South " — J. T. Ketring.
OTI motion the convention adjourned.
J. W. L:\UENFELTER, Chairman,
J. LCTZ, \ c ,
D. S. ELLIOTT, } SEC ? •
WHO WANTS A SEWING MACHINE? —We
have a new $55,00 Groverand Baker sewing
Machine which we will dispose of on easy
terms to any one who wants a cnd machine:
and who dues not want a good sewing ma
chine ?
Ai.so a new Singer Sewing Machine for
sale as cheap as can he sold in the com
munity and on the best of terms.
Ai.so a Seventy five dollar Machine of the
American Buttonhole ami Overseaming
Sewing machine Company's Manufacture on
the most favorable terms.
Either of the two last named machines can he
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 IxqrißEK Office Bedford I'a.
TBE Atlantic Monthly for April, 1869 Ar
ticles : Malbone: an Oldport Romatfce.
Part IV. The Mission of Birds. Autobio
graphy of a Shaker. First Paper. Run
Wild. A Strange Arrival, llow We Grow
in the Great North-West. A Carpet-Bagger
in Pennsylvania. The Foe in the Houaehold.
Part 11. Our Inebriates. Classifield and
Clarifield. Doorstep Acquaintance. The
Pacific Railroad—Open. A Ride with a Mad
Horse in a Freight-Car. To-Day. Reviews
and Literary Notice*. Fields, Osgood & Co.,
Publishers, Boston.
THE New Eclectic Magazine and The Land
We Love a.e now united. The address of
the consolidated Magazine is, The New Eclec
tic Magazine, 54 Lexington Street, Baltimore:
and its publishers are Turnbull Sc Murdpch,
to whom all correspondence relative to the
Magazine must be addressed, and to whose
order all drafts must be made payable.
\ Malarious Mouth.
March, that gives ns a new President, is
a'ao the inaugural month of many hairassing
ditordera. Entangled in its fogs are the
eeds of coughr. colds, and ot that alternation
of frigidity and fire, more widely known than
admired, called fever and ague. The only
way to avoid these "little unpleasantnesses,"
is to render the system strong enough to fight
off the atmospheric poison that produces
tbem, and the best way to endow It with this
repellent power is to tone it with HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
If a wayfarer were credibly informed that a
ruffian was waiting at the nest corner, he
would doubtless turn in his tracks, and take
a safer route to his destination. With just
about the same amount of trouble, the attacks
of diseases prevalent at this season may be
evaded. Nay, the trouble will be less, for
drug s'ores lie in every one's route, aud every
; respectable druggist in the Union keeps on
hand HOSTETTEU'S BITTERS. The
article is a staple of trade, and it would be as
easy to find a grocery without sugar, as the
store of an apothecary without this popular
tonic remedy.
In view of the experience of the nation
with regard to the article, during the space of
twenty years, it seems almost unnecessary to
recapitulate its merits to Americans. But as
our population is increasing at the rate ot a
couple of millions a year, in the natural way
and by immigration, it may be as well to bint
to the rising generation and new arr'vals (the
old settlers know ail about it,) that IIOSTET
TEE'S STOMACH BITTERS is the mos
wholesome and potent vegetable tonic ever
manufactured; that it is a speeiGc for dehil
ily. dyspepsia, biliousness, slid miasmatic
fevers; that it prevents, as well as cures,
these complaints and their complications;
that it is not "bad to take," and is absolutely
harmless. 1 m
j HARPER'S MAGAZINE, April, 1869. The
| breaks of Lightning.—Jacob Abbott, With
Eighteen Illustrations. An Artist in Alaska.
— A. H, Guernsey. With Twelve lliu.Urationj-
The Great South American Earthquakes of
1808.— E. G. Squier, With Thirteen Illustra
tions. Catherine 11. of Russia.—Eugene
Lawrence. My Chum's Story —Austin Abbott.
Song of the Wind, —Mary N. Prescott. About
Cold.—Robert Tomes. False and True.—
Elizabeth Akers Allen. The Romance of the
Maidens.—Amelia Jones. Woman's Work
and Wages.—Hettie M. Carr.mon. To Majorca
Robert Tomes, with Two Illustrations. My
| Enemy's Daughter.—Jusliu McCarthy, With
I Illustration. Not Enough Money. Kathcriue
i G. Ware. The Secretary with a Secret.—Jus
tin McCarthy. Homeward.—Carl Spencer.
Editor's Easy Chair. Editor's Book Table.
Editor's Record of Current Events. Editor's
Drawer. In the May Number of the Maga
xine will be commenced "A Brave Lady," a
Novel, by Mrs. Dinah Mulock Crait, Aqtho
of "John Halifax, Gentleman,' '"The Wo
man's Kingdom," etc.
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW for Jamjar; is on
our table with the following table of contents.
Spain under Charles 11, Lord Kingsdown's
Recollections of the Bar, Caesarian It irae,
Trench's Realities of Irish Life, The Legend
of Tell and Rutnli, Government Telegraphs*
Dean Milman's Annals of St. Paul's, Hunter's
Annals of Rural Rengal, General Ulysses
Simpson Grant, Mr, Bright Speeches. Re
printed by Leonard Scott Publishing Co. 140
Fulton Street New York.
iVARKKTS.
I'iiii.Ai;Ei riliA, March 22.
The fh ur market is .jv.i-1 Lot >tea<Jy. There
is no inquiry except from the home fionsum
ers. who purchased 1,000 barrels, including
superfine at So 25® 5 50. extras at $6 00® 6-
50, lowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota extra
family at $6 50® 7 25, Pennsylvania and
Ohio at $700®9 25, fancy brands at $'J 50®
1200, according to quality. Rye Hour com
mands $7 25®7 75 per bbl. No change to
notice in corn meal. There is less activity in
tho wheat market, but prices are well sustain
ed; sales of 1,200 bushels red at $1 60® 1 65,
and 500 bus. Indiana amber at $1 70. Rye
is steady, with sales of western at $1 58® 1-
55. Corn is quiet at d rather weak; sales of
2,500 bus. yellow at 86® 88 cents. Gats are
selling at 73®75 cents for western, and 60®
08 cents for Penna. Seven thousand bus.
barley sold on private terms, and 600 bus.
New York barley malt at $2 15. Cloverseed
is active, and 1,000 bus. sold at $9 87}® 10
25. Timothy ranges from s7l 35®3 621, and
flaxseed from $2 65® 2 70.
MARRIED.
In Buena Vista, on the 18th of March, 1869,
bv Rev. N. 11. Skylas. Mr. EDWARD K.
DULL and Miss ANN MARIA GYEK all of
Juniatta township.
In Bedford, Pa., March 10th bv Rev. R. F.
Wilson, Mr. JACOB F. BARNITY, of
Scheilsburg, and Miss SARAH A. McMII,-
LEN, of near Scheilsburg.
On the 18th inst.. by the He*. H. Hecker
man. Mr. HUGH FUIIGUSON to Mia*
LUCY HOOVER, both of St. Clair township.
DIED-
On the 1-lth inst., in Union tp.. Mr. WIL
LIAM M. CLARK, Aged 89 years 2 Months
aud o days.
"For so He giveth Ilis beloved Sleep."
On the 21st inst., in Union tp., SHERMAN
son of Ainus and Elizabeth Berkheiiner Aged
3 years, 10 months and 18 days.
On the 14th inst., in Bedford, VIOLA H.
infant daughter of Burton and Sarah Edsall,
aged ten months and twenty four days
"Another hand is beckoning us,
Another call is given:
And glows once more with angel step
The path, which reaches heaven.
Fold her, 0 Father ! in thy arms.
And let her henceforth be
A messenger of love between
Our hnman hearts and Thee."
M.
Near Pittsburgh, Pa., March 10, 1889, after
a short, sarious illness, though his health had
heeu declining for months. WILLIAM
WAUGH Esq. son of the Rev. Sainuel
Waugh. Deceased, aged 72 years 7 months
and 18 days.
ilis native place was Cumberland valley I'a.
Ilia Faiber was Pastor of Sliver Spring
church for many years, to which church the
deceased left. SSOO. He was a Lawyer by
profession. H*- made his home at Pittsburgh
snd Washington Pa. though he usuaiiy spent
his summers in Bedford to which his remains
were brought and interred Match 13th from
the residence of the only surviving member
of the faintly Mrs. E. W. Burd.
At Little Orleans. Md., on liie 17th inst.,
departed this life, Mrs. I'EGGY CAI.LAN,
aged 83 years. The deceased was the sister
of the iate John Keeffe. and foimerly resided
with her parents, in Bedford, where she has
still a nephew and nieces who dearly cherish
her memory. She was very much esteemed
here tor her piety, sod particularly for her
devoted attachment to her agd parents, on
whom she faithfully waned, until death had
closed their eyes. She died, as she had lived
a good christian and is now gone to receive
the reward of "the good and faithful servant
who has entered into the joy of the Lord."
R. I. P.
gcui
All advertisement*, except public *ales and
legal notice®, mill be inserted three months and
charged accordingly cnles? otherwise ordered.
pAIvM A r PRIVATE SAI.K.
The subscriber offers at private sale his
farm in Harrison township, containing 105
acres, 30 acres of which are cleared and under
fence, part, sown in clover, and ibe balance
meadow, having thereon erected a two atory
log house and kitchen attached also a double
log barn. The uncleared lard is well tim
bered. Two hundred cords of bark can he
obtained on this land and command a ready
sale. Poa*essiun given immediately. The
property will he sold cheap for cash. For
particulars inquire of
CHARLES WETSCHKY,
Buffalo Aids,
March 26 2t Bedford co., Pa.,
INSTATE OF PAUL WERTZ, dee'd.
I-J Letters testamentary having been granted
to the undersigned, executor of the last will
and testement of Paul Weriz. late of Comb'
Valley, deceased, by the Register of Bedford
county, all persons indebted to said estate are
hereby not fied to make immediate payment,
and all having claims against the estate are
requested to present them properly authenti
cated for settlement. Accounts Can be pre
sented to D. R. ANDERSON, at Centerville,
or JOSEPH WERTZ, Executor.
March 2G Ct
MALE AND FEMALE
S E M I N A II Y ..
The Spring Quarter of Ibis institution will com
mence A PRII, 7.
Hoarding, with room lurmshed. $3.00 per week.
Tuition, common English, f j 00 per quarter.
For further information address
J. W. HUGHES,
lOinartt Rainsbnrg, Pa-
Instate op john hull, deceased.
It Letters of Administration upon the estate of
John nun. late of Napier township, in the county
of Bedford anl State of Prill dee'd having
been granted to tne lis the Resistor of said county,
all persons indebted to fntd Estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the san-.e are requested to present
thera properly authenticated for settlement to
litaiar * JOHX CARVER, Ai'.m'r.
. M'CAMAXT lontr II.I.UTT t>. R. CAI UWELI,
J. M. IIAUPr.n Wit, LI AM ISTUKE.
rp'RONE PLANING MILLS.
McC AM A N T,IELL IOTT & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealer* in
Sash, Doors . Blinds, Flooring, Brackets,
Mouldings, Stair Failing, Plastering
Lath, Shinghf, Common ami
Fancy Fields, Frame Stuff,
AND ALL KINDS OF L U M BLR.
Tyron \ Pa., March 19, IS69:in6
AO ENTB WANTED.—S7S TO $209 PER
MONTH! M or commission from which
twice that amount ran be made by aellin; the La
ics' I rap roved C u M M ON SENS E FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE, Pine* sl*oo. For Cir
cular and Terras address C. BOWERS k CO.
13d0k63uu3 320 South Third Street, Phifa.
DICKENS' NOVELS, full 8e!, at 25 cents
per novel, at the Inquirer Bok Store, it
j DlttECToar.—Tht 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
i associations:
icorOKD cocsrv orncr.ns.
President Judge —Hon. Ale*. King.
Associate Judge* —Win. G. Eicholtz and Geo.
W. Gump.
Prothouotary, Register and Recorder, tbe. —0.
E. Shannon.
District Attorney —E. F- Kerr.
Treasurer —lsaac Mongol.
S Sheriff— Robert Sltckinnn.
Deputy Sheriff —Philip IluuinL
j Deputy Surveyor —Bamtte! Kerfenuari.
Commissioners —Michael S. Kitchcy, David
I Hownare, and P. M. Barton Clerk —John G.
\ Pip her. Counsel —Jehn W. Dlekerion.
Directors of ]*oor —l). It. An lerffon, Michael,
j Diehl, and J. I. Noble. Stiuaril Samuel
| Defilmufh. Counsel —E. F. Kerr Clerk —P. R.
! Getty*. Treasurer —William Bowles. Physician
j Dr. K. 0. Reamer.
Aapfi/"r*—Jttines Mattiugly. John D. La oaf,
| nnd S. \\ nip.
BOROUGH OFFICBBS.
Burgess —V. Stockman,
i \inistant Burgess —A. J. Sftnwm.
Council—' Thomas It. Lyons, John Roor, A. W.
Mower. J. M. Shoemaker. Hiram Lents and T. 11-
Gettys. Clerk —H. Nieodviuu*. Treasurer-
John U. Hush.
Constable —tVilliam Gcphart.
High Constable —John llarri*.
School Directors —Job Mann. S. L. Russell, T.
R. <Jettye, Jacob Reed, John Cessna and 11. Nio-
Secretary-— J. W. Lingo..feltcr. Treas
urer—T. R. Getty*.
MINJS.TKBS.
Episcopalian —Rev. Alfred J. Barrow.
Presbyterian —Rev. It. F. Wilson.
Lutheran—Tier. J. Q. McAttee.
Method**— Iter. B. G. W. Reed.
German Reformed —Rev. 11. llcckerman.
Roman Catholic —Rev. Thomas lleyden.
ASSOCIATION*.
Bedford Lodge, No. 320, A. V. M-, meets on
the first Wednesday on or before full moon, in the
Bedford llall, on the corner of Pitt and Richard
streets.
Pence Br(t < k flurampn - nf, X<>. 114. f. O. O.
F., meets en thetirst ami third Wednesday even
ings of ( :>• . ..ninth, in the Bedford Hall.
Jitdfutd Lodge , No. 202, I. O. 0. F., meets ev
erv l'riday evening, in the Bedford Hall.
Bedford Lodge , No. 145, I. 0. G. T., meet* in
the Court House, on Monday evening of each
week.
Post A'#. 102, O. A. R. meets every "Thursday
evening, in the second story of Liugenfelter's
Luw Building.
§civ gtkertitmenfa
QITIZENS' CO*GPE U A TIV E
MVT V A L
LIFE INSURANCE COM PAN V
OF BEDFORD, PA.
Incorjmraltd, March, 1869, l>g special Act
of the Legislature of Pennsylvania.
This company is organised on the Co-Operative '
Mutual l'lau.
The membership fee is graded according to the
age of the applicant, aud is lower than other mu
tual companies.
The payment of the membership fee entitles the
member to a life policy.
Every member in this company bai a vote in
controlling the fundi of the company, :md has an
e<|ual share in the funds.
The amount of money paid is so little that eveiy
one can insure.
This Company is purely a HOME Company.
orPicELs:
Hon. SAMUEL L. RUSSELL, Preat.
J. It. DUUBORROW, VioePreet.
E. F. KERR, Secretary.
O. E. SHANNON, Treasurer.
DIRECTOR* :
J. M. SHOEMAKER, J. B. WILLIAMS,
T. 11. LYONS, J. W. DK kkbson,
]>. H. AH derson.
(Jen. Agent, W. A. Edwards.
Circulars. Pamphlets and full particulars given
on application to the Secretary of the company,
or t > W. A. EDWARDS,
19mar,'6Uyi Gen. Agent, Bedford, Pa.
ORPHANS' < OURT SALB
OK REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, appointed by lhe Oipban*'
Court of Bedford County, Trustee, to sell the real
estate of Margarctta P. Schell, late of the Bor
ough of Bedford, deceased, .will toll at public aale
on the premises, on 1 UKSDAY, THE L'Oth DAY
OF APRIL, A. D. 186'.'. at 10 o'clock A.M. of
gaid day, the following described real estate,
to-wit:
No. 1. A lot of ground situate in the Borough
of Bedford, containing 40 feet in front on Piu
street, and running back 24n feet to a twenty feet
alley, being part of Lot No. 160 in the gen.ral
plan of said Borough: laving there n erected an
elegant brick dwelling house, stable and other
outbuildings.
No. 2. Also a Lot of Ground adjoining the
above on the west, and containing in front on
Pitt street 60 feet, and running back 210 feet to
the alley aforesaid, and having a commodious
frame office thereon erected.
No. 8. Also, a Lot of Ground containing two
acres, situate on the north side of the llay-town
Branch of the Juniata river, in Bedford township,
being lot No. 2ln the plan of lots of IVui. P.
s diell, and adjoining lots of llob't Fyan and
. rancis Jordan, Esqs.
.EairTerms Cash. JNO. I'. REED,
ltiinarlt m Trustee.
Philadelphia. March 10th, ISG9.
X V T E Leg leave to inform you that we ate pre-
YY pared to offer fur your inspection, our usual
assortment of
M ILIISEKY GO 0I) S ,
Consisting of the .Vetrrsf Shajtes in .Straw, Silk
and Gimp HATS, BONNETS, AC.: Velvets, Silk
Goods, Ribbons, Flowers, leathers, Ruches,
Crapes, Blonds, Braids, Ornaments, Ac. Ac We
shall bo bappv to wait on you at your store or re
ceivo your order. Price, loir far m,h.
Yours, Ac. H. M AUD,
Nos. 103, 10a and 107 X. Second St.. l'bilu.
lOmarlm.
mi). R1 5 i860.
OPENING OF NEW SILKS,
OPENING OF NEW SHAWLS,
OPENING OF NEW CHINTZES,
OPENING OF NEW POPLINS.
Full stock of STAPLE and FANCY
SPRING GOODS.
BYRE ot LAN DELL,
FOURTH and ARCH STREETS,
PHI LADEI.UIHA.
N. B.—JOBS from AUCTION daiiy received.
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{ kISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.—No-
L " tire is hereby given that the partnership late
ly exi-'ing between JOHN" NYCVM ,(t 8. CAL
\IN Ml LLIN, > f Mann's Choice, under the
name of Nycutn A Mullin, nns dissolved by imi
tna! consent on tho lf.th t!.iy of February, ISK9.
The accounts of the firm arc left in tho hands
of Nycum Brothers for collection. Parties hav
ing claims are requested to present them before
the 20th of April next, ttad all persons indebted
mus settle before that time, or their accounts will
be left in ths hands of a Justice. lJmarSt
INSTATE OP GEO. DEITRICK, DEC'D.
To the Heirs and Legal Reprc.senlu'Jres of
George lleitrick. late of Bedford co. dee'd,
TAKE NOTICE. —That bjr virtue of s writ
<>f partition and valuation is-ui-d out. of the
Orphans' Court of Bedford county, and tome
directed. I will hold an inquest to make | ur
tition and valuation of the real estate of said
deceased, which is tituaU; in Harrison town
ship, on the premises, on the I'Jth day ol
March, A. L). 1809, ivt lOu'eloek A. M., when
and where vou can attend if ynu see proper.
ROBERT STECKMAN, Sheriff'.
Sheriff's office, Feb. Iff, 1869.
t DMINISTRAr'fORS' N'tTD'E.
XX Letters of Adminivtratinn upon the estate of
Frederick Boris, late of Cumberland Valley town
ship, deceased, having been granted to the sub
scribers, thv hereby notify all persona indebted
to said estate to eomo forward and make payment
immediately, und those baring claims again*': the
estate arc requested to pr. -ent tho same properly
authenticated for settlement.
■SAMUEL WHIP,
MARTIN H. BORTZ,
ISmarfit Administrators.
nil YOUR HAi'S A CAPS OF
dderltn R. W. F.ERKSTRISSER.
A SPLENDID ARTICLE of Blank
on the best parchment paper, for sale at the
Inquirer office.
gHKIUFFS"SALES."
By virtue <.f Sundry wriu of 44. 1 i J'aaias
to me di reeled, there wiil be exposed
t< juio'ic rale, at tbo Court House, in fbo
Borough of Bedford, on SATURDAY, the 19th
day of A writ, A. D. 1569, o'clock A. M.,iho
following real estate, to-wit:
One tract of land containing 295 acres, up,re or
!•-, with about 24U acres cleared and under fer, e
wilh a two story Log House, plastered, double
Log Barn, Tenant House and otaei- out buildings
thereon erected, and (wo good apple orchard*.
Adjoining lands nf Philip- Shoemaker, deceased,
on the west, Abraham VVetrel on the north-west,
Sfanoa StucUey on the south, and Christina Jlet
rick on the east.
Mtunte in Coitraln township, Bedford county,
arid taken in execution as the proper:v of Samuel
Stackey.
By virtue cf the writ of Fieri Facias hereto
attached f have levied upon all the interest
of the defendant, William P. Schell, of, in. to
and out r.f the following tracts of land situate
in the lespective Townahips here'imfior nam
ed in the county of Bedford, viz:
1. Ihe undivided one halt part of a tract of
land in Liberty Township, adjoining lands of
Samuel Harvey, Martin Hoover and others,
containing 312 acres 88 perches, composed of
two tracts, one in the. name of Swo ope and
King, surveyed on warrant dated March 0,
18-jij and the other in the name of I'hilip
Dyke, surveyed on warrmit dated duns 2'.',
171)6.
A tract of land in Broad top Township
containing 12 acre- 24 perches surveyed on
warrant to James Fiend dated Feb. 10, 1858.
3. Ihe one undivided fifth part of a tract
of lard in Last Providence Township survey
ed ou warrant granted to Kesiuh Logan Ualed
1794, containing 402 acres
48 perches.
4. The one undivided third part of a tiact
of land in liroadlop or Last Providence
Township surveyed on warrant to John Cavan
doted 17'-'t, containing
400 acres 73 perches.
•>. 1 he one undivided third part of a tract
of land in Monroe Township with frame house
and bam thereon erected containing 26 acres,
lately occupied by William Robinson.
t <s. !he one undivided half patt of lots,
Nos, 33, 34.35 and 36 in the Town of Hope
we'll in the Township of Bruadtop.
T. 'i he one undivided eighth part of ihe fol
lowing ore lands near Bloody Run. viz:
a. One known as the Yellow House tract
containing 251 acres and 85 perches, of which
a considerable part is cleared and having a
dwelling house and burn thereon erected.
b. Due known as the Price Improvement
containing 9S acres and 21 perches.
c. One in the name of William M. Hull
containing Ho acres and 133 perches.
d. One in the name of Samuel H. Tate and
W illiatu P. Schell containing 461 acres and
68 perches.
e. One in the name of Joseph W. Tate
containing 187 acres and 126 perches.
f. One in the name of Jacob H. BarnJollar
containing 116 acres and 37 perches.
g. One in the name of Joseph W.Tate con
taining 158 acres and 71) perches.
h. One in the name of John Morris con
taining 4-5 acres and 31 perches.
i. One in the name of S. L. Mussel and W.
P. Schell containing 354 acre, and 50 perches.
8. The one undivided eighth part of the
mineral right of the following tracts of land
in West Providence Township, viz ■
a. One in the name of John Morris contain
ing 113 acres and 79 perches.
b. One in the name of George Smith con
taining 207 acres and 122 perche
c. One also in the name of George Smith
containing 48 scre3 and 152 perches.
d. One in the name of Daniel Duncan, con
taining 55 acres and 123 perches.
e. One also in the name of Daniel Duncan,
containing 100 acres.
The one undivided half pat t of the follow
ing tracts of land, viz :
9. One in the name ol James Tubman, con
taming 404 acres in Bedford Township.
10. One in the name of James Entrilcen con
taining 155 acres in Broad Top Township.
11. ttn in the name of Nicholas Knight,
containing 167 acres in Napier Township.
12. One in the name of Thomas Dewees,
containing 410', acres in Providence Twp.
13. One in the name of William Dewcea,
containing 392 acres in ProvidvuceTownsbip.
1 I. One in the name of Henry l'iip, con
taining 400 acres ic St. Clair Townstpp.
15. One in the name of Win. Snively, con
taining 411 acres in St. Clair Township.
16. One in the name of John Stiffler. con
taining 100 acres in St. Clair Township.
17. One in the name of Daniel McKobert,
containing2o2 acres in St. Clair Township.
18. One in the name of Henry Lent, con
taining 402 acres in St. Clair Township.
19. One in the name of Wm. Bell, contain
ing 4051 acres in St. Clair Township.
20. One in the name of William Buck, con
taining 433.1 acres in St. Clair Township.
21. One in the name of James Ross, con
taining 477 acres in St. Clair Township.
22. One in the name of Thomas llanna,
containing 441 acres in St. C:air Sownship.
23. One in the name of John Reed, con
taining acres in Southampton Township.
24. One in the name of Geo. F. Alberti con
taining 109 acres in Providence Township.
25. One in the name of John Negley, con
taining 60 acres in Liberty Township.
26. One in the name of John Bfaylor, con
taining 385 acres in St. Clair or Fnion Twp.
27. One in the name of John Green, con
tai ling 3931 acres in St. Clair Tow ship.
28. One in the name of Isa.v KKnardson,
containing 886 acres in St. Clair Township.
29. One in the name of Charles Young,
containing 327 litres in S'. Clair Township.
00. One in the name of John Martin, con
taining 439 acres in Union Township.
31. One in the name of Griffith Evans,
containing 439 acres in Union Township.
82. One in the iram< of Richard Moans,
containinc 120 acres in Woodberry and Hope
well Township.
83. One ill the name of James Moans, con
taining 45G acres in Woodberry and Hope
well Township.
81. One in the name of Hugh Moore con
taining 250 acres in Woodberry t ownship.
35. One in the name of John Moorp, con
taining 198 acres in Woodberry Township.
Seized and taken in execution ns the prop
erty of the defendant William H. Schell.
So answers ROBERT STECKMAN.
March 19:1859:4t Sheriff.
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LTIIKAIM KOOXIZ,
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\ D MINISTK ATOp/A NOTICE,
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HUNTINGDON a BROADTOP RAILROAD
On and after Wednesday, Sept 16, 1863, Pas.
scnger Trains will arrive and depart as follows:
C!' TRAINS. DOWN TRAIN'S
Accom Mail. STATION'S Aceom Mail.
P. M. A.M. " A. M. P. M.
Lii 4.35 i.k 9 ti.> Huntingdon, ar9.101ar4.21 ]
4.40 9.12 Long Siding 9.12 i 4.16
4.36 9.23 McCunnellstown S.il 4.00 i
5.04 9.33 Pleasant Grove. 8.47 3.52 j
5.21 9.49 Markleaburg. 8.30 3.40 j
5.40 10.05 Culltc svufi. 8.14 3.25 j
5.49 10.13 Rough A Head} 8.05 3.17 >
6.06 10.25 Cove, 7.30; 3.04 j
6.10 10.32 Fisher's Summit 7.46 3.00 :
ar6.2T 10.55 Saxton, 1e7.3C 2.46 j
11.13 Riddlesburg, 2.16 !
11.21 Hopewell, 2.09 |
11.39 Pioer's Run, 1.49 ,
12.00 Tateaville, 1.28 '
12.12 Bloody Run, 1.15 j
ar 12.18' Mount Dallas. ii.cl.lo
I i i
SHOUP'B RUN BRANCH.' _
leO.SO lc 11.00 Saxton, ar. 7.25'ak2.50
6.45 11.15 Coalmont, 7. 0 2.15
6.50 11.20 Crawford, 7.05 2.10
A87.00 ar 11.30 Dudley. tc 0.55 t2.60
Broad Top City.
Sept. 10, '68. JOHN M KILLIPS, Supt.
FOR SALE.
We take pleasure in offering to th public the
following tracts of excellent land for sale at very
reasonable prices. Persons wishing to buy will
do well to consult us before purcba.-ing, and those
having lands to sell will find it to their advaa
| tage to avail themselves of our reasonable terms,
; So. 2. N. E. one-fourth S, in township 85
! range 45, in Monona county, lowa, 160 acres
i Piairie land. Price S9OO.
No. 3. N. K. one-fourth of the X. W. one
i fourth section 22, in township JS, North of range
22, it Pine county, Minnesota. 40 acres timber
land. Price S2OO.
JOHN LUTZ,
ileal Estate Agent,
Feb. 1 1867. Bedford, Pa
E' XECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters Testamen
tary having been granted to the undersign
ed, Executor of the Su f will and testament of
i James Blackburn, late of St. Clair tp., deceased,
by the Register of Bedford county, all persons
indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make
j immediate payment, and all having claims agtinst
i the estate are refuelled to present them properly
? authenticated for settlement.
! 26feb0t AZ AHI AII BLACKBURN, Ear.
LL KTNDS OF MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
furnished at the Inquirer Book Store.
A DMIXISTRATOKS SALE
I\ OF MAL ESTATE.
The cod-r.-igneJ Adodniatrator of the ertate of
Archibald I'erdew, deceased. hy virtue of as or
der of tke Orphan*' Conrt of Bedford oouaty, wil!
sell at public tale,—
OS MONDAY, THE 2BTH DAY OF MARCH.
A. D. 1809, on tbe premises, the following de
scribed real eitate, situate in Bean'e Cove, South
ampton township, Bedford county, described in
I proceeding* for partition upon laid ettate, as fol
lows:
So. I. Purpart containing 280 acres, 113
j perches of lan- -., adjoining lands of Nelson Ruby
aod John Caster!, purparts D and (j, Daniel
Tewtll and others, baring thereon erected a dwell
iug house and two barns, abont 160 acres under
cultivation, being composed of two tracts of land.
So. 1. Purpart "<J," containing 77 acres, 101
perches, uuimproved, adjoining purpart "t," and
lands of Neleon Kuby and John Casteel, John
Robinson and others.
So. Z. Purpart "IT" •v-ntsiuiug 3S acres, un
improved. adjoining lands of Nelson Ruby, Win.
McGtrinn and other
TKB.V* will be ursde known or. day of sale,
which will be opened at 12 o'clock M.
J2mar4w P. 1,1 JAH I'ERDEW, Adm'r.
yALUABLE IVK.AL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE .SALE.
The - 'ibscriber ojfers for sale that valuable
property known as WHITE HALL, situate in
ICaat l'roridcncc town.hip, eight miles east of
Bloody I'.nn, on the turnpike, about tbe centre of
the town.-hip, in desirable situation, containing
: 310 acres, with 120 acres cleared, and in a good
statu of cultivation, the balance weii timbered
with white and yellow pino, convenient to taw
toil!*.
The ioiproi omcnti arc u large three story house.
Urge -lable, two tenant houses, wagon-maker and
ruiith shops. Church, school house, post office,
store and mills convenient. Terms reasonable,
and poitet ;„n given t n the Ist of April. 1869.
Smartf D. A. T. BLACK.
1 AT PRIVATE SALE.
The subscriber offers at private sale a good
farm of lO'J acres, lying on the south side of Dry
Ridge, within 2J mile - of the line of the Bedford
and Bridgeport Railroad, adjoining lands ol Jos.
Ling, Leonard May, Peter F. Lehman, Esq., and
others. The improwm its are a two story LOG
HOUSE with kitchen attached, a log barn and
other outbuilding-*. Tbe land is well watrrad,
having good wed and two never failing springs.
There i. ; also a l!r.e young apple orchard of 100
bearing tree,, besides cherries, plums, peaches,
Ac. Sixty acres are cleared and under fence and
the balanue well timbered with white and chestnut
oak. A large quancity of Chestnut oak bark can
be cut on the land and find a ready market, as
there are several tanneries in the neighborhood.
For further particulars address ABRAX RITCHST,
West End. Bedford Co.. Pa., or
JOHN LCTZ,
11'fob.tf Bedford, Pa.
A FINE FARM FOR SALE IN DUTCH
CORNER!
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY CHEAP!
The subscribers will sell ail that fine'farai in
Bedford township, containing IRO acres, 05 of
which tire cleared and under excellent fence, and
the balance, 05 acres, well timbered, adjoining
lands of Charles Helsel. John Schnebly, and oth
ers. The building- area two aDd a half story
LOG HOUSE and BANK BARN, with other
out-buildings thereon cre-ded. Water in every
field, with an excellent Saw Mill seat. A apien
did apple <re hard also thereon, l'rice 04000.
TERMS: One third in hand and the balance in
three annual pavment" with interest.
JOHN LCTZ,
June 21, 1867:tf Real Estate Agent.
J OR SALE OK TRADE.
FIVE lots of ground in Bedford, 60 by 240,
formerly part of the Lyons' estate.
Two tracts of led acres each within three miier
of a depot on the Pacific Rail Road back of Cma
ba.
A tract of bottom laud timbered and prarie
two miles from Omaha City.
One third cf 7,000 gcres in Fultc-n Ccunty Pa.,
including valuable Ore, mineral and timber lands
near Fort Littleton.
Over 1,000 acres of valuable ore, uoal and tim
ber lands iu AVest A'irginia.
ALSO, Twenty-live ono acre lota, adjoining the
Borough of Bedford, with lime stone rock for
kiln or quarry on the upper end of eaeh.
Also, 320 acres of land in Woodbnry co., lowa.
SO •' " Frauklin •' lowa.
t"9 acres adjoining Bedford, with house, barn.
Ac., known as the "Amos farm."
Also, a farm of 107 acres in Harrison twp."
Also, Six acres near Bedford, with 2 houses,
; stable and brick vard thereon.
O. E. SHANNON,
June 21.-t! Bedford, Penn'a.
AT PI! IVATES ALE.
-t RAHB O I'FOH TUSITY TO BUY A
HOME.
The ißbscribers will sell a number of lots ad
joining the CHALYBEATE SPRING PROP
ERTY in Bedford towuihip,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
On two of them dwelling bouses hare already
been erected. This is a splendid opportunity to
buy a cheap and most desirable home, as the lots
lie immediately opposite the Chalybeate Spring
Park, on the r ad, and not more than 120 yards
from the Spring, at the following low prices:
1. One-half acre let with dwelling house and
other out-buildings, garden and fruit trees, an
Jhe best of water convenient, at S7OO, cash.
2. Hail-acre lot SIBO, cash,
3. Half acre lot SIBO, cash.
4. Ilalf acre lot slßo,cash.
5 and 0. Half acre lots with dwelling house,
brick yard, garden and fruit trees thereon lor
SBSO, cash.
7. Contains three acres covered with fruit
trees, and iu a good state of cultivation, adjoin
ing the above lots, l'or S6OO, cash.
Any person desiring to buy a home, a few
yard? oat of Bedford, will find this offer worth
serious consideration.
JOHN LUTZ.
suavO.tl Real Estate Agent, Bedford, Pa.
yALUABLE TRACTS OF
L A N I) FOK SALE.
The subscribers offer at private sale the follow
ing valuable tracts of land, via:
No. I. The undivided half of a tract of land,
containing 227 acres, situate on tht south-east
tide of the Btoad Top Mountain, lying partly in
Bedford n nd partly in Fulton county, and ad
oiniug lands jo Samuel Banner, James Brin
hurst and IVishart's heirs. TWO VEINS OF
COAL, one 5J feet, the other <• A feet in depth hare
been discovered on this tract.
N". 2. A trect '1250 acres near the above, ad
joining the same lands, and supposed to contain
the same veins ot coal.
No. . A tract of 4tw acres, within two and a
half miles of the above tracts, lying on the North
tide of the Harbor across 'he mountain, well tin:
bercdwith oak and pine.
May 3,-tf. JOHN LUTZ.
JpKIVATB SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
The following lot of ground, situate in the town
of Dancantville, Bisir eo., Fa., fronting on Main
street (or Turnpike) 75 feet and extending back
180 lect, more or less, and having thereon erected
a large two story BRICK HOUSE, with base
ment and kitchen, and good cellar, frame Black
smith and Wagon-Makei's Shop, frame atable
and other ontAuildiogs, with fruit of different
varieties on the lot. This would be a good stand
for a Tavern or Boarding House, being conveni
ent to the Rolling Mill and Nail Factory, and the
Railroad. The llouse is in good repair aud very
pleasantly situated, with water at the door.
Also, A lot of SIX ACRES, near the Chalybeate
Spring, one mile from the town of Bedford, with
a Log House thereon erected. Adjoining lands
of Chenowith, Amos, Shannon and others.
Also, 11 acres of Timber Land, adjoining tha
Colfclt farm, and convenient to good roads.
Fbr fuithe,r particulars apply to
JOHN LUTZ,
INQUIRER Orricx,
or J. G. BRIDAHAM,
ISdectf Bedford. Pa.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.—A Ao <"<* tK "
lot, for tnlt t f*e town of BoptctlL
, The subscriber offers at pnvato sale Irts St>.
. 31 and 32 in the town of HopeweH. Bedford
county Pa. There is a good TWO STORY
PLANK HOUSE erected on the one lot. The
two lots adjoin each other aad will be sold eepar
atelv or together to suit purchasers. For further
I particulars address the subscriber a,
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