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BEDFORD, PA., FRIDAY. JUNK 25. IS6J>.
DIRECTOBV. —The following is a directory
of the Officers of Bedford Coanty and the
Borough of Bedford, of the Ministers of Bed
ford, and the time of meeting of the different
associations:
BEDFORD COCITTT OFFICERS.
President Judge — H'.n. Alex. King.
Associate Judges —Wm. 6. Eiekolli and Gen.
W. Gump.
Protkonotary, Register and Recorder, dc.—O.
E. Shannon.
[tistrict Attorney —E. F. Kerr.
■Treasurer—lsaac Mengel.
SXe.-ijf— Robert Steckuinn.
J'eputy SlierijF —Philip Kur:r<l.
County Surveyor —Sctnuel Ke'tencan.
Commissioners —F. P. Beegle, David Howsare,
and P. M. Barton Clerk —John G. Fiibcr.
Counsel —John W. Dltkerscn.
It'rectors of Poor —ll. Egulf. Michael,
Piehl, and J. I. Noble. Steteard Samuel
Defibeurh. Counsel —,l. W. Db-k.ries. Clerk— V," .
C. Shaffer, Treasurer —William Bowles. Physician
—Dr. V. C. Reamer.
Auditors —James Mattingly, John D. Lucas,
nod S. Whip.
BOP.OIR H OFFICERS.
B org ess —V. Steckman.
A ssishiHt Burgess —Jo?Lab Haley,
Council —W. Bowles, Joce'iban Bdghtbill, W.
M. Cook, J. M. Shoemaker, Riram Lenta and J.
Reed, Clerk —ll. Nicodemus. Treasures —Jno.
11. Rush.
Constable —Richar.l Carboy,
High C"notable —Lawrence Deiibangb,
School Directors —Job Mann, Isaac MeDgle.
<Ge<. Mangle, Jacob Bowser. John Cetau. 11.
NirdGuHU?. Secretary —T. R. Getty?. Treasurer
MINISTER?.
Episcopalian —Rev. Alfred J. Barrow.
Presbyterian —Rev. 11. F. Wilson.
Lutheran —Ret. J. i*. McAttee.
Methodist —Rev. .A. W. Gibso.i.
Herman Reformed —Rev. 11. Heekerman.
Roman Catholic —Rev. Thomas Hey den.
ASSOCIATIONS.
Bedford Lodge, No. 32 A. Y. M., meets on
the first Wednesday on t-r before full moon, in the
Bedford Hall, on the corner of Pitt and Richard
streets.
Pence Branch Encampment, No. 114, I. O. 0.
T\. meets on the first and third Wednesday even
ings of each month, in the Bedford Hail.
Bedford Lodge, No. 202, I. O. O. F., meets ev
ery Friday evening, in the Bedford Hall.
Bedford Lodge, No. 148, I. 0. G. T., meets in
the Court House, on Monday evening of each
week.
HI NTI.VGDON' ik BROADTOP R. R-— Summer Ar.
rm gement. —Express Train leaves Ml. Dallas at
A. M.—arrives at Huntingdon at 10.10 A. M-
Leaves Hunting lon at 5.fi5 P. M.—arrives at Mt.
.Dallas at V.25 P. M.
Mail Train leaves Ml. Dahas at 1.00 P. M.—
arrives at Huntingdon at 4.20 P. M. Leaves
Huntingdon at 8.4' ; h. M.—arrives at Mt. Dallas
at 11.52 A. M. Ct>aches leave Mt.Dallas for Bed
ford on the arrival of each train-
Coaches leave Bedford for Mt. Dallas at 4.35
A. M. to connect with the Express Train, and at
11.00 A. M. to connect with the Mail Train.
Xoci'.l -Ytf.iivs,
PLENTY —Mud OL Juliana street.
THE Eclipse of the moon on Wednesday
morning was visible in China.
KICKED. —Samuel Bagley was kicked by a
horse on Tuesday lasL Though a severe
kick, there were no bones broken.
THE genuine Greencastle grain Cradles and
a full stock of Scythes and Snaths, for sale
very low at Jno. C. Blymyer's Hardware store.
THE number of visitors at the Springs and
various hotels and boarding houses in town is
larger than usual at this time, and the season
promises to be a full one.
WE learn that the dwelling bouse of H.
Clouse in Hopewell township, was totally de
stroyed by fire on Friday morning, together
with nearly all his furniture.
WANTED. —Those who are in arrears for
subscriptions or advertising to pay up. Our
creditors want money, and we have no where
to go for it but to delinquent patrons.
"THE town clerk ot Ilartford reports one
death last year from "iguorance.' He was a
faithful Democrat, always opposed to the
dumb niggers voting."
FOR REST. —Two basement rooms, one store
room and one Eecond floor room in INQUIRER
BUILDING. For terms, call at the INQUIRER
Book Store. tf.
THE Right Rev. Bishop Stevens of the
Episcopal Church will preach and hold a con
firmation in the Court House, on Thursday
evening the first of July. Service to com
mence at half past seven o'clock.
SHIRES A JORDAN have constantly on band,
the Buckeye Mower and Reaper. The Great
Western Lock Lever Grain and Hay Rake,
and the world recount! "Sweep Stakes"
Separator. Farmers, call andseethem work.
CHURCH DEDICATION. —The new Uuion
Church at Imler's in L'nion twp., tour miles
north of St. Clairsville will be dedicated to
the service of the Triune God on the Ith of
July. The public are invited to attend.
HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kcnewer is
the best preparation for the hair in the mar
ket, and always gives satisfaction. Do not
be put off by unprincipled dealers with others
on which tbev make more profit.
NEW YORE TRIBUNE. —We will furnish the
Weekly Tribune at $1,35 per year to all sub
scribers to the INQUIRER. But subscriptions
must be paid in advance. These are the best
terms we can make for the two. tf.
Snow. —A one- horse arrangement, big wo
men and snakes were exhibited in this place
on Saturday last. No excitement. No pat
ronage, not even the boys were on ha id—
Good.
ALL the magazines and pictorial papers can
be had at the INOUIRER Book store. We will
send the New York Ledger, New York Week
ly or Saturday Night, postpaid to any ad
dress on receipt of eight cents.
FAMILY Bibles, Methodist, Lutheran, Re
formed, Presbyterian, Episcopal and Cath
olic by nn and prayer books always on hand
at the INQUIRER Book store. Give us a call,
for we ire selling cheap.
WE call tbe attention of our Farmers to the
fact that Hartley A Metzger are the only
agents in Bedford for the sale of the genuine
old make of Green Castle Grain Cradles.
They have just received the second load of
Cradles for this season.
ANOTHER WAR ir._this Country! what! yes.
When ? At Dunr.icgsville where E. Y. Imler
A Co., have just returned from Philadelphia
with a large stock of new goods and are fight
ing down the high prices. Go and see for
yourselves.
IMPORTANT. —Farmers wishing a one, two,
three or foar horse Railway, Tread-power,
Tumbling Shaft or Strap Threshing Machine,
should aend their orders at once to Shires A
Jordan, Bedford, Pa. All Machines war
ranted.
SUMMER.— Monday the 21st iust., marked
the summer solstice, tbe longest day and the
beginning of summer. The heat since then
fuhy convinces even the most incredulous
that summer has really begun in earnest. Ice
(ream, Mineral water. Lemonade, Strawber
ries, linen coals and straw hats are all in dtp
tnsrpj
THE trial of the Clearfield Co. Bank rob
bers takoe place this week at Clearfield. A
number of our citizens concerned in the cap
ture of tiro of the robbers at Centerville, find
ing of money 4c.. have gone on to attend the
trial as witnesses. The third man named
Lamoine was captured in St. Louis, Missouri
on the sth inst. The following account of
the capture of the third party is given by the
St. Louis Republican:
"On May 12th the First National Bank at
Clearfield, Pa., was entered and robbed of
about $20,000. The bank was broken into
daring the night, the door of the safe was
ripped open and the money taken out. Next
morning the burglars were pursued and two of
them were caught, one of them being the noto
rious safe blower known as Jack Nelson, alias
"California Jack." The third man, named
Jeddie £. Lamoine, made his escape and ar
rived ID this city on Tuesday last. Mean
while a requisition was procured from Gov
ernor Geary of Pennsylvania, on Governor
McClug, and armed with this document the
cashier of the Clearfield Bank, Mr. Daniel W.
Moore, came on to Missouri, and, going up
to Jefferson City, procured a warrant for the
arrest of Lamoine. Yesti r lay the matter
was placed in the Stands of the Chief of Po
lice. and the latter detailed officers Harrigan
and Tracy to make the arrest. Lamoine was
arrested by them about four o'clock, at his
residence on Franklin, near Garrison avenue.
He offered no resistance. The prisoner was
delivered over to Mr. Moore, who, accompa
nied by officer Tracy, left last evening for
Clearfield, Pa., where the robery was commit
ted. lamoine was arrested sometime since,
on suspicion of having been connected with
the safe robbery of the Franklin county (Mo.)
treasury of some SIO,OOO but was acquitted.
He has been engaged in the liquor business
on the northeast corner of Fourth and Green
streets, under the firm of Lamoine k Co. He
bad been in busines at that place some six
months, and broke up about three weeks ago.
He is about thirty-five years of age, and has a
wife and children io this city.
CATTLE SPECULATION. —On Saturday Dight
last, two men were overhauled on the Cum
berland road about 8 miles from Bedford,
wilh thirty head of cattle which they had
stolen trom the farm of John Shoemaker one
mile above the Bedford Springs. They came
to Bedford on Saturday morning, "got in"
with S. S. Fteegle of Harrison twp., to whom
they made a proposition to engage with them
in a speculation, at the same time disclosing
to him their plan of operation. Fleegle
evaded a direct answer, and said he would
consult with them in a short Time. Where
upon he went to the Sheriff, and reported in
full, and was deputized by bira to act as de
tective with instructions to coincide with them
in all their arrangements. F'leegle went back,
accepted their proposition, and the trio,
started on their night's mission. The Sheriff
and Deputy with John Defibaugh followed a
short time after, and made the wholesale cap
ture about midnight. The thieves gave the
names of E. Foreman and Abraham Davis,
and said they were from Maryland. One of
them says be has been in the "biz" for ten
years, and boasts that he is acquainted with
the particulars of the escape of one Ham
mond, a horse thief who broke jail here some
years ago. Let them bp punished to the fuli
extent of the law.
Tut: ALTOONA INCENDIARIES. —The Altoona
Tribune of last week gives the following par
ticulars of the recent arrest of incendiaries
in that place:
"On Monday of last week. J. A. Kelley.
Supt. of Pinkerton's National Detective
Agency, Philadelphia, arrived in this city;
and after a consultation with some of the city
officials, proceeded to arrest James M'Con
nel , Thos. A. Beales and Jno. B. Campbell,
who were placed in rooms, at the Logan
House, until other ponies t- ,ld bo secured.
On Tuesday morning, Charles Pressed!, How
ard C. Mazarie and Henry C. Stewart were
also attested. These parties had a hearing
before the Mayor, on Tuesday, which result
ed in the binding over of M'Connell. Camp
bell and Stewart, in $5,000 bail each, for
their appearance at Court, and the others.
Bea'e, Prcssell and Mazurie, in default of
bail, were sent ever to Hollidaysburg and
placed in jail. There were still other parties
at large, and detectives on their track.
Among this number was Thomas L>uke, who
had left town on Saturday previous. All
efforts to discover his where abonts were an
successful, until Friday evening, when he
was picked up by Policemen Clark and Gard
ner, in the vicinity of the depot, in this place.
After a hearing before the Mayor, he was
sent over to Jail, to await a trial."
STRAWBERRIES EXTRAORDINARY. —"We are
indebted to G. E. floriocber, Esq.. of Ham
burg, for a box ot the largest and most luei
ous Strawberries we have ever seen or tasted.
They were of the "Agriculturist."' "Jueun
da," and "Triomphe I)e Gand" verities.
One of the "berries actually measured tight
and three<piartcr inch?* in circumference,
and is the largest specimen of this fruit we
ever heard of. Other berries measured 6, 7
to 82 inches. Mr. Horlocher, who is the
proprietor of the Blue Mountain Nursery, is
the largest Strawberry Grower in Berks
county. He informs us that on last Monday
he picked 700 boxes from half past 12 to 3
P. M. On Tuesday afternoon he picked and
packed 1,600 boxes. He desires us to say
that if any Strawberry grower around Head
ing can produce a berry to measure more than
8| inches, he would be glad to hear from him.
Mr. Horlocher will accept our thanks for his
rich treat."— Berks J- Schuykill Journal.
If any of onr citizens cau beat the above
we would like to hear from tbem. Send
along your big berries.
THE He-publication of a standard biblical
work at one-eighth the cost of the London
edition. The life, times ar.d travels of ST.
PACL, "The great Afiostleto the Gentiles." 1
By the Revs. ft". J. Conybeare and J. S.
llowscn. with an introduction by the Rev.
Matthew Simpson, D. !>., Bishop of the
Methodist Church.
Conditions. —The Work will be handsome
ly printed, on good paper, and will comprise
all the text as contained in the London Edi
tion, the price of which is $15.00; end will
be complete in one handsome volume of over
one thousand royal octavo pages, and will be
embellished with nearly one hundred engra
vings and maps, and furnished to subscri
bers—
In Neat and Substantial Bin Mug rt'.OO
lu fine leather marbled edge [ Library style] 5.00
In "half Turkey Morocco Marbled Edge 7.00
This Edition of the Work is sold only by
subscription. Subscribers will not be oblig
ed to take the work unless it corresponds
wrth the description in every particular.
2' S. M. S. BARCLAY, Agent.
XEWSRAI'TR LAWS. —Postmasters are re
quired to give notice by letter when a sub
scriber does not take his paper from the of
fice, and give the reason for its not being ta
ken. Neglecting to do so makes the pcsirnaster
responsible to the publishers for the payment.
Any person who takes a paper regularly from
the post office, whether he has subscribed or
not is responsible for the subscription. A
person ordering his paper to be discontinued
must pay all arrearages, or tLe publisher may
continue to send it nnlil payment is made,
collect the whole amount whether it is taken
out of the office or not. The courts hare de
cided that refusing to take newspapers and
periodicals from the post office, or removing
and leaving them uncalled for is prima facie
evidence of intentional fraud.
MSI.KOI.IA WATER.— Superior to the best
imported German Cologne, and sold at bal
tYj p-Lca. - tf.
PEXSSTLVAXIA COLLEGE. —The commence
ment exercises of this institution will come
off according to the following programme:
June 27, Sunday—Baccalaureate address
by President Valentine, in Christ church, I(>J
A. M. Also address to Young Men's Chris
tian Association of the college, by Rev. T. J.
Duryea, D. D., of Brooklyn, N. Y., 7} P. M.
June 28, Monday Holman Lecture on
Augsburg Contession, (Art. 3,) by Rev. Dr.
Valentine. 7A P. It.
June 28, Tuesday—Junior Exhibition, 81
A. M. Address before the Pbrenakosmian
society by Rev. J. P. Thompson, D. D., of
New York, 3P. M. Concert by the Germa
nia Association, of Philadelphia, in Agricul
tural Hall, 8 P. M.
June 30, Wednesday—Commencement ex
ercises of the College, 8| A. M.
On the Ist of July, (Thursday,) the dedica
tion of the Monutnenijn the Soldier's Na
tional Cemetery will take place. Bayard
Taylor will read the poem, Senator Morton
will deliver the address, and Henry Ward
Beecher will make the ptayer. The proces
sion military and civic, is expected to be an
imposing one. Large preparations will be
made for the accommodation of strangers.—
Gettysburg Star and Sentinel.
WHO WANTS A SEWIXO MACHINE ?—We
have a new $.30,00 Grover and Baker sewing
riachine 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
sale as cheap as can be sold in the com
munity 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 two last named machines can 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 I.VQIIRER Office Bedford Pa.
THE WEATHER I that never ceasing topic of
interest, after the few cool days in the early
part of last week, became, warm about
Wednesday, and has been quite sultry ever
since. The mercury has ranged from t>o° to
90° in the shade, while alternate sunshine
and shower-* have had a most favorable effect
upon the coin crop, which up to that time
had been quite backward. Fears are enter
tained that the heat and the moisture may
generate rnst in the wheat, but we will look
at ihe bright side and hope for the best. The
weather has been highly favorable to the grass
and grain crops and they promise an abund
ant yield.
IT is an old saying that it is the cheapest to
always buy the best. This is more important
wilh medicinal preparations than any tbir.g
else, and it should always be remembered by
the invalid who requires a good stomach Bit
ter, that the Confutation Bitters are far su
perior to the ordinary preparation sold as
such. The justly celebrated Constitution
Bitters are unequalled as a tonic, and will
produce more happy results than any other
Bitter. Take none but Sewards & Bent ley's
A reliable medicine for throat diseases,
Seward's Cough Cure.
NOT MUCH or a* IMPROVEMENT. —The hy
drant moved to the corner of Juliana and
John streets. It is placed on the north side
of Juliana street and ali the waste water runs
across the street keeping a constant mud and
making it almost impossible to cross at that
point without getting into the mud. Won't
our city fathers look after this matter and de
vise some means to secure a dry crossing at
that point?
Books and Periodicals.
THE Electic for July contains: Flmbellish
menU: I.andseer and llis Connoisseurs, and
Gnttenberg, 140®-1468. Rawlinson's Five
Great Monarchies of the ancient East; The
F2tru?cans ; The English of Antiquity ; The
Nature of the Interior of the Earth; Can a
Catholic Priest contract Matrimony f On
Sleep ; The Cycles of the Worlds ; About St.
Paul's : Russia and the East: The Northmen;
Heathen and Christian (Concluded); He
Knew He was Right, Chaps, xxv. to xxviii;
New Expedition to Centra! Africa ; Cromwell
am! the Jews; The Deep Sea; A Word on
the Drama in England and France; Wallen
stein and his Times. Part i ; Charles Dick
ens' Moral Services to Literature; The Coun
cil cf Trent and the Council of the Vatican:
The Sea Kings at Ilome ; Rising of the Nile;
"Lam Leer" and "Guttenberg" : Poetry; Lit
erary Notices: Science; Art; Varieties:
Terms of the Electic. Single copies -115 cts. ;
one copy, one year, $5.00 ; two copies, one
year, $!).O0 : live copies, one year, $20.00.
Address E. K. Pelton, Publisher, 108 Fulton
St., New York.
HARPERS MAGAZINE for July, contains :
Early Aeronautics; Bordor Reminiscences :
Making Watches by Machinery: The Birds
of Paradise; A Night at Sea; Giants and
Dwarfs : Great on the Battle field ; A Street
Arab : A Brave Lady ; The Lover's Interdict;
Notes for Travelers in Europe ; My E-nemy's
Daughter ; Fishing in Mists : Tat Button hole
Bouquet: Squire Suffolk's Subscription ;
Mother and Child; Editor's Easy Chair :
Editor's Book Table: Editor's Kecord of
Curreut Events ; Editor's Drawer.
Tot Lady's Friend for July, contains : My
Native l,nod, Farewell: In an Attic : Roland
Vorke : The Luck of the Luckless: Between
Two; The Contested Wife: Two of my
Schoolfellows: Little Charley : editorials,
novelties, Ac., Published by Deacon A Peter
son, 319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, at
$2. ,70 a year.
THE HERM.D OF HEALTH for July contains
—Prevention of Excessive Infant Mortality.
Waiting for Morning. The Air Cure. What
Shall we Breathe? Elibn Burritt. A Sea
Song. Dressed to Kill. Dangers of Public
Life. Kitty Howard's Journal. Scarlet Fe
ver and its Preventioti. Consumption. How
to Cook Potatoes, and Recent Thoughts from
Our Beet Thinkers. In the Editorial depart
ment we have—La Bollente, the Mud Cure.
Kindergartens —Miss Peabody's Letter. Who
Shall Inhabit the Earth?— Alcoholic Medica
tion. Paper Handkerchiefs—Oat Meal. Get
ting Up Stairs—Women in the Nineteenth
Century. Nettle Hash—Flexible Shoulders
The Laryngoscope—Sprains and Bruises.
Remedy lor Intestinal Worms—Bread. Man
ual Labor College. Young Physicians—Cli
mate far Consumptives—Pnre Water—Spirit
Pictures—Tobacco and Consumption. Pub
lished by Wood A Ilolbrook, Bland 13 I.night
St., New York.
THE- NEW Eclectic Magazine, contains:
Dovecotes. Little Barefoot. Spectrum Ana
lysis. How Liza Loved the King, The Ja
cobite Ladies of Murravshali. A Strange
Legend of Bohemia. Some Hygeists, Old
and New. St. Valentine's Day. Fred's
Friend. Authorship el the South. Spring
of the Rhine. My Knapsack Mosaic. The
Haversack. Reviews. New Books. The
Green Table. Published by Turnbuil A
Murdoch, 51 Lexington St. Baltimore.
CALLOUS MAGAZINE cNtains—Court Lite
at Compiegne. House of I'eter the Great.
Massacre ot the Innocents. The Young Phil
osopher. The British Throne. Scenes about
Copenhagen. July. The Bank Estate.
Queer. Esther. Sweet Margerie. The Gen
tleman from California. His Divorce. My
Trip in Sally Ann. The Inundation. A Lay
of Love. Dil's Ilair. A Fatal Love. Grand
pa's Pet. How Allen and Bertie Caught a
Burglar. The Housekeeper. Carious Mat
ters. Facts and Fancies. Adventures of
Mr. Blob the Artist. $1,60 per year. Pub
lished by Elliott. Thomes A Talbot B : t o n.
OUR Yorxo FOLKS contains : The story of
a Had Boy. lawreuce in a Coal mine. In the
Happy Valley. The Unsociable Colt. Navi
gation and Discovery before Colombo*. How
to Do It. The William Henry Letters. Io
the Cottage. Water Lilies. Gardening for
Girls. Lady Moore. A Child's Song. Mn
sic. Hound the Evening Lamp. And Our
letter Bo*. Fields, Osgood A Co. Publish
ers, 121 Tremont St., Boston.
BLACKWOOD'S Edinburg Magazine for June
contains—Late for the Train. Historical
sketches of the Reign of George 11. No. *i. The
Sceptic. A Year and a Day.—part 11. Six
John Lawrence.- partlll. American Reasons
for Peace. Cornelius O'Dowd. The Tempter.
Selling a Horse. Ireland—ln Terrorera.
Published by Leonard Scott Publishing Co.,
110 Fulton St., New York.
THE Little Corporal, an original Maga
zine for boys and girls, edited by Alfred L.
Seweli & Emily Huntingdon Miller, at Chica
go, is always britn full of interesting and bene
ficial reading matter. Beautiful premiums
given for clubs. Terms on* dollar a year.
Single copies 12cta. This and all the above
Magazines can be bad at the Inquirer Book
Store.
THE contents of Ertry Saturday are —The
Courtyard of the Ours d'or, by Miss Thacke
ray. Oxford Before Commemoration. I-ate
for the Train. Selling a Horse, by Charles
Lever, and Foreign Notes. Published by
Fields Osgood A Co. 121 Tremont at. Boston.
MARRIED.
Near St. Clairaville, on the 20th iast., by the
Rev. J. Peter, JOHN R. IMLEK lo Miss SU
SAN KLCTZ. both of Union tp.
DIED-
On tbe I3th ingb. JOHN BOYF.R. of Union tp.
Bedford CO., aged 84 yeer*, 4 months a, I 4 days.
At tbe refidcr.ee of bis parents, in Ebensborg,
on the loth mat., JOHN GILMORE PIPER,
aged 1 ears, 7 months aud 12 days. Tbe de
ce.i.,c : .tag an amiable, generous youth, and was
greatly beloved by all who koew him.
Oa the 10th insf., Mrs. MARY E. MILLER,
consort of David Miller, Esq., aged 06 yeara, i
months and 18 days.
21 cu-
All ..dvertisement?, except public sales and
legal notice?, will be inerted three months and
charged accordingly unless otherwise ordered.
rpilE BEST PLACE TO BUY CHOICE
J brands of Chewing Tobaccos and Cigars, at
wholesale or retail, is at OSTER'S. Good Natu
ral Leaf Tobaccos at 75 cents. Try our 5 cent
5 ara and Havanna Cigars—they crn't be beat.
25june3m
I IST OF C A USES put d<*wn for trial adjonrn-
J e l Court, 19th July. 1869:
F. Jordan et al vs. £>iefc! A Dibcrt
Win. Roger* TJ. Riddleaburg C. and I. Co.
S. S. Fluck et. al. vi. J a?. Bowser.
Riddlesburg C. a I. Co. vs. Broadiop C. a I Co.
Jas. Garlick vs. Abm. Garlick.
Wills A Hogue vs. Thomas Johns.
Liana Smith vs. Alex Messersmi?h.
Wm States <4 Co. vs. Martha L- Tate.
Tboe. Grow den vs. Arch. Blair et al.
Same v?. Same.
Jno. W. Duncan Tnietee, te. vs Essington 11am
mond.
Charlotte Batezel vs. Jac. Steel.
iredericka Miller vs. John Mcllwaine.
8 am'l Mixel! vs. East. Prov. Twp.
Jno. W. Duncan, Trustee ac. vs Esnngton Ham
mond.
il*-n I'. Mock vs. Wm. Hammers.
erti-.ied, June 21st. 1869.
2 June O. E SHANNON, Prut,
BOOTS AND SHOES- —The largest, cheapen,
and beet as >rtment of Ladies, Gents,' Mits
e*', Youth'*, Children*', and Boys' Boots and
Shoes in Centra! Penn'a., and at prices to snitthe
po ket? of everybody, is to be bad at G. R. OS
TER A CO'S. spacious new store.
Bedford, June 25 3m
J -11 FARMS FOR SALE ~
IN NORTH CAROLINA.
FROM ICO TO 15,000 ACRES IN A FARM.
PRICES RANGE FROM 50et. AN ACRE to HO
Tbc V- rib Carolina Land Company have two
million" r.f a res of land which they are prepared
to sell at tie lowest prices. These lands in the
aggregate cover every variety of soil, an l pro
duce in abundance every grain and fruit known
to our country. They are the cheapest and the
best ever offered to emigrant". Parties desiring
to locate will be taken from New York to Riloigh
North Carolina and return for $24 first c!a" fare,
and for sl6 second class
Person." desiring to purchase will do well to call
on the undersigned agent of the company, and
examine descriptions of lands ofUrei for sale.
J. R. DURBORROW,
Agent of North Carolina I.and Compauv,
25junt6ai Bedford, Pa.
A BKi FUSS OVER NO PROFIT.
We are just selling for a little amusement
H'.ooo yards choice Styles of standard Calico
prints, at S, 10, U and 12J cents, and you should
see 'em grab after it. It's SO CHE A P." is the rea
son G. 11. OSTER A CO.
Bedford, Junc2s:3m
0E A !! R E AD" RE A DTII
Mill <lte to n s Wo n d* rful Pain Care.
A sure remedy for Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Lum
l.ag >, Growing Pains, Sprains, Bruiser, Stiffness
of the Joints and similar diseases.
This w rderful remedy is composed entirely of
vegetable ingredients. There are no injurious
substances used in its manufacture.
For assurance of its excellent properties, read
the following certificates:
Bedford, May 8, 1869. I take great pleasure
in giving ray testimony to the value of-'Middle
ton's Wonderful Pain Cure." I have been a mar
tyr to Rheumatism. For two months previous to
Fch. 25th, last, I was suffering intensely with pain
so severe, that during all that time I had not one
night of comfortable sleep. I could not put mv
hand, to my face.could not comb my own hair
nor feed myself: but after having'he Pain Cure
applied once, I found relief enough to give me
comfortable sleep, and with its steady use, I eon
tinned to get better, and now at 'he end of ten
weeks fr in its first application, I have compara
tively free use of my hands, sleep well and can
attend to business. It has done me more good
than all other medicines I have ever used put
together, and I cheerfully give this certificate of
its value. ELI M. FISHER.
Bri ton". April 14, 1869. Mr. W. W. Middle
ton: This is to certify that I was taken with Kheu
matirm, in my right shoulder, oi. the evening of
the Bth Inst., so that I was unable to raise my
hand to my face. I got some of your Pain Cure
and applied it twice, and was entirely relieved.
1 would recommend to every one who suffers with
Rheumatism to give it a trial and be eared.
Yours Ac. A.F.MILLER.
Bkdkokb, May 17, 1869. Mr. Middieton: Dear
Fir—l have used several bottles of your medicine
in my family, and find it to he all 'tou claim for
it. Yours, truly, JOHN HAFF.R.
Bedford, May 13, IS" I .'. This is to certify that
I have used ' Middleion's Pain Cure," for Khcu
mutism, and was very much benefitted by it.
JOHN HARRIS.
Bedford, May 13.1869. Tbia is to eertifythat
I have u"cd Middkton's Liniment for the Rheu
matism, which I had in my right shoulder so bad
that I could not get my hand to my head without
great pain, and after a few applications was en
tirely relieved. L. F. DART.
Bedford, May 1, 1869. Mr. Middieton: Dear
Sir:—Mrs. Bowser was in much suffering fr
some four weeks with Rheumatism, and got some
ol your Pain Cure, and the first night I applied
it it eased toe pain: and after keeping on using it
for two weeks she was restored to health. 1 feci
it to be my duty, as it is a pleasure, to write this
recommendation lor the benefit of othen.
JACOB BOWSER.
Bed vont>. May 16, 1569. Mr. W. W. Middle
tor: Sir—l procured a bottle of your Liniment
for Rhcumati-m, and i! gives me great pleasure
in saying that after using it for two davs. my
rbenmatism was completely relieved. Mv sister
was suffering, at the same lim-, with I oil amatory
Rheumatism in her right hand and wrist- after
using it for several days she was relieved. I con
sider it the best remedv I ever heard of.
JOHN KEEFE.
Bedford, May 24. 1569. This is to certify
that 1 have used one buttle of Middleion's Lini
taent, foe Rheumatism, and think it a good cure,
and Would recommend it to all person* that are
afflicted with the above disease.
AUGUSTUS liARVER.
Bede.jr", Mar 26, 1869. Mr. Middieton: Sir—
I procured one bottle of your medicine and used
one-half of it for Rheumatism, which effected a
permanent cure up to 'bis time. 1 cannot hesi
tate in saying that it is the best remedy I ever
cwi- A. B. CARS.
This exce.lent PAIN CURE is prepared only
by W, W. MIDDLKTON, Bedford, Pa., t whom
ail oraer* for the medicine should be addre-sed.
4june'C9:ly
The French have discovered that the white
of an egg given in sweetened water ia a eure
core for the eroap. The remedv is to be re
peated til! a cure is effected'
FNJ FO.
g M. FISHER AND BABIES,
Xcxt door to tie Bedford Hotel.
0 O O J) NEWS A T LAST.
Tk. Ckeapeet Goude errr brought to Bedford.
We will ull GOODS CHEAPER, by II to 25 per
cent, than erer sold in Bedford eountv.
c.u u J* 1 COFFW2 t 25 cent?, but the less we
sell the better we are elf.
| The LADIES' HOSE, at 10 cents we will not
th,* time, but come at us foi 15, 20 and 25
I cent?, and we will make you howl.
„ T \°® •!! ** waited >n by ELI ond the BA
ir ' M '^ e KLI cannot do anything him
i'. A Rrcat yarktj of Barar de, Hun-Umbrel
la*. Pocket-books, Ac. Linen Handkf'a ( Ladie's
and Gent's) from 5 cents to 25 cents. CALICOES
from 10. 12 and a few pieces at 15 cents. M CS
LIN.-, from 10 to 25 cents. You all know tbat
we stil NOTIONS ICO per rent cheaper than ay
hody else. All Wool Ce*. < imere?, from 50 cents to
SI.OO All Wool Dresi Goods, from 15 to 25cents.
Ticking, from 20 to 40 cents. Paper Collar?, 10
cents, best, 25 cents per box. 4 pair Men'* llalf
Hose, for 25 cents. Clear Glass Tumblers, ftO et*.
a doz ,or 5 cents a piece. A great lot of Boots
and bhoes, to be sold cheap. Queens and Glass
ware, \ try cheap. Fynip, 80 cents and SI.OO.
-I.JU for best, as clear as honey, and thick a? tar.
Bakers Molasses, 50 cents per gallon, or 15 cents
a quart. These goods will "politic*[g' f not be
sold unless for Cash or Produce. Come and see
us, it win not cost anything to sec the Goods and
Babies. NT. B. All these Goods were bought at
slaughtered price* in New York.
I.M.FISHER A BABIES.
These Goods we will sell so low, that we cannot
afford to ting (Auld Lang Syne, j
All accounts mast be settled by tbe middle of
July neat, by cash or note, or they will be left in
thehund? ol E. M. ALSIF, Esq., for collection.
18june3m
i: W Goo DS .
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW OPEN A
LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED
STOCK OF
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS.
THE CREDIT SYSTEM BEING NEARLY
"PLAYED OCT," WE WILL SELL
CHEAP FOR CASH Oil PRODUCE.
/S®* INTEREST CHARGED ON ALL AC
COUNTS AFTER NINETY DAYS.
lSjune A. B CRAMER A CO.
n R. OSTE R & CO . .
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
USUAL EXTENSIVE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
NEW AND CHEAP
SI MMER GOODS.
COMPRISING A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS,
N< )TIONS,
CARPETS,
.OIL CLOTHS.
COTTON YARN.
CARPET CHAIN,
HATS.
BOOTS.
SHOES.
CLOTHING,
BROOMS,
BUCKETS.
BASKETS,
WALL and
WINDOW PAPER,
GROCERIES.
Q1 EENSWARE,
TOBACCOS.
CIGARS.
FISH,
BACON.
SALT, Ac.
WE INVITE ALL TO CALL AXD SEE FOR
THEMSELVES.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
far TEII M S CASH.
BRING ALONG TOUR CASH led we will
guarantee to SELL you GOODS as CHEAP a#
the -arae STYLE and QUALITY can be SOLD in
Central Penn'a. Be assayed that CASH in hand
is a wonderfully winning argument, and that
those who buy and sell for CASH are always
masters of the situation.
G. R. OSTER A CO.
Bedford, June 11 :3in.
QO TO THE SI G N O F T II E
BIG S A W
AND SEE A PI LL STORK OF EVERYTHING
IN THE HARDWARE LINE
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
BOUGHT FOR CASH, AND WILL BE SOLD
AS LOW AS FAIR DEALING WILL
PERMIT.
MY DESIRE IS NOT ONLY TO SELL GOODS,
BIT TO SELL CHEAP AND GIVE
SATISFACTION.
The stock consists in part of—
CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
AXES, FORKS, SHOVELS,
RAKES, HOES, BRUSH AND
GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF CUT
LERY IN BEDFORD.
IRON, STEEL.
CARRIAGE FIXINGS,
THIMBLE SKEINS,
HORSESHOES,
AXLES, SPRINGS,
LOCKS, LATCHES, HINGES,
SCREWS,
NAILS, (all kind*,)
GRINDSTONES A FIXTURES,
SADDLERS' A
CAIIIXET-MAKERS' HARDWARE.
OILS, PAINTS, VAKNISIIPS,
WINDOW GLASS, (all sises.)
SOLE-LEATHER,
UPPER, CALF SKINS,
MOROCCOS, TOPPINGS,
LININGS, LASTS, AO.
LAMPS, SHADES,
PORCELAIN DO.,
IJEST COAL OIL.
LANTERNS,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
SAFETY-FUSE,
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES,
SHAFTS and POLKS complete.
BUCKETS, TUBS, CHURNS,
ICE-CREAM FREEZERS,
BRUSHES, BROOMS, DOOR MATS,
OIL-CLOTHS,
CHILDREN'S CARRI AG ES.
FLOWER POTS,
VASES,
HANGING BASKETS,
VALISES,
BARN DOOR ROLLERS an! RAIL.
PICKS AND MATTOCKS.
ROPE OF ALL KINDS.
T. M. LYNCH.
Bedford, June 4.
Pl'BLrC RALE OF VALUABLE KEAL ES
TATE.
Wilt be sold t public outcry on Friday July 2nd
1869, The Mansion Farm of Abraham Blackburn
deceased. Tbe farm is situated in Napier Twp-,
near New Paris, iain a f.rst-rate settlement conve
nient to churches schools Ac , contains 112 acres
SO of which are cleared and in good condition; la
acres is good meadow the balance well timbered.
There is a good well of water nenr the house. The
improvements area largo TWO STORY HOUSE,
BANK BARN and other outbuildings. There is
a good orchard on the farm. Reasonable terms
will be -riven which will be made known on day
cf sale by 0. W. BLACKBURN.
Stjanel 1 A. F. BLACKBURN. Ears.
ESTATE OF JOSEPH OBER, DECI>.
The Register nf Bedfordconnty having grant
ed letters of Administrntiun upon tbe estate of
Joseph Ober, late of Sowth 'Voodbertr township,
Bedford connty, dee'd, to tbe undersigned resi
ding in said township, all persons having claims
or demands against tbe said cstata are requested
to make known the same to her without delay ;
1 and all persons indebted to said estate are hereby
i notified to make immediate payment.
ANNA OBER, .
ggoiay Administratrix.
AdmUscnunts.
MEW GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
J. M. SHOEMAKER'S Bargain Store.
M EW GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
•I. M. SHOEMAKER S Bargain Stoic.
GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
J. M. SHOEMAKERS JJjrgu u Sto r.
yKW GOODS
JUST RECEiVED AT
J. M. SHOEMAKER S Bargain Store.
MEW GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
•L M. SHOEMAKER'S Bargain Stoic.
MEW GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
J. M. SHOE-MAKER'S Bargain Store.
Bay your .Dry Good*. Gr,.crieg, Clothing, HuH,
Boot* and Shce.-. q-aeengware, Leather, ;■ -
tiong, Fifb, Tobaec >, Ac., al
-J. M. SHOEMAKER'S Bargain Store.
Buy your Dry Good'*, Groceries, ' i thing, Hat*.
Boot* and Shoes, 'Jueecsware, Leather, N -
tient, Pith, Tobacco, A'-., at
J. M. SHOEMAKER'S Bargain St-rt.
Boy your Dry Guud'e Grooei ic.-. * 'lot I. c-, Hat*,
Boots and Shoes, (Jucentware Leather, X-i
--tions, Fish. Tobacco, Ac., at
J. M. SHOEMAKER'S Bargain Store.
Buy your Dry Goods, ttr .uric*, Cloth ng. Hat--
Boots and Shoes, tjiieenswara, Leather. Xo
tims, Fish, To'- meo, Ac., at
J. M. SHOEMAKERS Birguin Store.
Buy your Dry Goodr, Groceries, CSo hing. Hat-
Boots and Shoes, queengwarc, Leather, N*.-
t-'ing, Fish, Tobacco, Ac., at
J. M. SHOEMAKER'S Bargain Store.
Buy your Dry Good.-. Gr ••.-c/ies. Clothing. 11 J'
Boots and Shi eg, Quecnsrrare. Leather, No
tions, Fi.-b, Tobacco, Ac , at
■J. M. SHOEMAKER'S Bargain Store,
if you want BARGAINS go to
•J. M. SHOEMAKER'S
If you want to SAVE MONEY to to
-J. M. SHOEMAKER'S
Bedford, Pa., June 11.
K. Y. IMLEH J. K. O>EAL
QO PARTNERSHIP.
E. Y. OILER A J. 11. O'NEAL have formed
a Co-partnership in the Mercantile busine e s, at
DanningSYiiie. and ba*e adopted the CASH sys
tem, which will go into effect on the Ist of July.
Tbt*y most respectfully solicit the further patron
age of their many friends. They feel satisfied
that by the charge to the CASH OR PRODUCE
system, they will bo enabled to sell goods at much
lowei figures. Examine their new stock before
purchasing elsewhere.
The undersigned hereby notifies all who aro in
debted to binu by note, book account or otherwise,
to call and settle immediately, as the books of the
former business must be closed.
4june3tn F.. V. IMLER. j
117 ANTED—AGENTS for Prof, l'arsoa'a Laws
\Y of Business. With fell Directions and
Forms for all Transactions in everv State, by
THeopßii.cs PARSONS, L. L. D., Professor of
Law in Harvard University. A NEW book for
EVERYBODY. Explaining every kind of contract !
and legal obligation, and showing how to draw
anu execute them. The highest and best author
ity in the land. Send for oar liberal ttrmn: alto
for our f'atrnt Uible ProtpoctHt. SENT FRF.E.
Ijatont PAKMELKE A CO., Phila., Pa.
JJ ALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER
The busis of its remedial properties i.- a vegeta
ble compound.
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS
ORIGINAL COLOR.
It still keep the Hair from falling out.
It . a ■ tk' Seetlp, and maiee the lla.tr Silt T,
LUSTROUS, AS D SILK US.
It it a splendid hair dressing.
R. P. HALL £ CO.
djunlin Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
EVERT MAN, V.OMAN AND CHILD
READ THIS.
Their own interests are at stake in this matter.
Everybody has suffered so much from the ac- !
cursed credit system, if system it can be called,
that I intend to offer to everybody a Panacea for
the evil in tbe luture. On and after the Ist day
of June, ISFH, I will sell EXCLUSIVELY FOR
CASH OR PRODUCE. No doubt some custom
ers may be lost to me, bat I .latter myself, that it
will be only those from whom 1 cannot collect
present accounts. All goods will be sold ataboot
one-half the profit now paid by customers. The
People often complain of Bedford prices being
higher than elsewhere, and doubtlese true to some
extent, and for the reason tout good customers j
have had to pay for others goods, with an addi- .
tional profit on their own. Let an intelligent i
community sustain me in this enterprise and they j
will save'ten to fifteen percent on everything
they consume. 11 may 3m 11. 1. IR\ INK. !
TjURMERS WANTING
Knififen, Ohio Harvester, New Yorker or any
Reaper or Mower, self-Rake or dropper, rear or j
front, or one that cuts both rear and front, and has
no point that the knives do not work freely.
I Pratt and other Hay Rakes, Gnui and Pin Drills:
Grain and Clovtr Separators, Shovel plows and
Cultivators, and any other implements of any
description, should order them from
MeLANAHAN, STuNE A ISETT,
orthcir Agents, for they have the la-got and
best assortment of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
and their repairs in the state.
MeLANAHAN. STONE .1 IS KIT,
manufacturers and dealers in all kiu I of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Gaysport Foundry A Machine Shop, liollidays
burg.
Farmers look to your own interest, buy ma
chines where you can get the repairs at a min
utes warning. IfiaprOin
AU"OTICK.— ACCOUNT IN COMMON PLEAS.
The account of S. L. Russell Esq., trustee of
Jas. U. Heeler, W. Scott Beelvr, Margrat A. Beel
el, HOW Margrat A. Trout, and Mary E. Beelsr,
now Mary E. Ruby, children of John W. Heeler,
dce'd baa been exhibited and filed in tbe Pro
thonotary's Office, and will lie allowed by the
Const of Common Pleas of Bedford County, at an
adjourned court to be held at Bedford on Monday
tbe 19th day of Jolv, next, unless cause be
shown why said aeeount should not be allowed.
By direction of the conrt.
"may3m 0. E. SHANNON, Proth'y.
ORYBTAL STEAM MILLS.
Our Mill wagon will deliver Flour, Feed, Je ,
every afternoon, at 4 o'clock, in Bedford, and re
j ceive grist. All work WARRANTED. Terns
| cash. Orders may 1* left at the mill or Hardware
j store of Hartley A Metiger.
I 3flapr JOHN A WM. HARTLEY.
I) ECKIPTS AND KXPKNDITUKESOF
IV BEDFORD BORO UOII. —JOIIN If.
Ki 811, Ka. t Tretcorer in account with
said Korougb, from Ap ri! *Ji i. to May
j 7th 1869.
Treasurer. Dr.
• 1" balance d ie on Bounty Kind lt
aetib-meut 183,10
Uf.im Circut License 13,(X)
M. Mtlburn, for cement. 12,00
how V. eigbonstM Keimund 42 23
lapsing water pipe 29,00
j 11. Niendemus collector of Bounty
on Duplicate of 1865 - 703,30
•I. V.. Em kernon tin fur lWi 08 31
Money loaned of if. Moe 1000,00
An.cum collected on Borough dupli
cute of 1869. .* 1433,86 j
•l. V. . Jj.fi ci ("on,, as cullecler of
11 trough f,,r 1860 39.06 I
■■<■■■■ -ti ?... 23,07 |
<" i ii fictn J. V,. Dickersnj„ 30,00
do o:n John Dior former weigh
$3630,33
Au.until il.j : Treasurer 53,00 !
Trwnr. Cr. j
.'.y a'(Tt p:: ' out or. fucary checks as follows:
A n't due Treasurer on last year's
. . ttlenient 158 96
•lames C r!-.., for work dune on ?ts.. 50 00
" new
re.--rvi.ir 113 38
•'sim ot>. j e m-cled cheeks. Ac... 352 12
j s■" '1 1> .her, hauling and
l.re .'.- i g stone on Juliana >t...„ 85 90
Do. <1 i. crav -l 20 00 i
J Watsi n l.eutz. w irk done on streets 129 87 -
A. J. *l,: lie: n. hauling stone 101 Uti :
. T. II 11 nis, locust costs 521 i
! J. Reed V . ager, nud-.ting and clerk
fees, 18G7 15 00 I
J no. MiiiOich, salary as water-master
if'd work on reservoir A laying
i pes. 120 85
i. nj Minnich, cleaning reservoir 1 50
J no. Hart is. service as High Consta
-11- and putting ap fccg pen 25 38
D. IJ. '"hock, carting ?!->r,e & dirt.. 12 75
O. E. Si anon, bill paid Perry YY'y
ant, Kxpressage, Ac 18 13 ]
! ■ ti'-orrr w & Lmz, printing 82 91
Meyer: "i Mengel. " 43 10
.1 Yi. Ditl.t r-.oii, bill paid Jacob Di
-i r. tat 1
Peter S'eckman. worst on streets 21 00
A K. Carn. carting 2 50 1
4 Smith " 250
I!. Ni idemtts. salary ss clerk and ,
interest | aid Heed A Schell on
i Borough bonds ! '.t'.l 10
I'i: . .. Huzzard. putting cement in
. gine house 2 tsi
I! 11. Siil, hauling stone on sts 10 00
iS ui U tok. making wrench 2 50
S.i i tiel YVatens, services as High
(''instable 12 75
Mn had Dibert, bill of beard- 10 88
tt lirigbtbill, blacksmithing tl 75
U. A ke, lumber for reservoir 21 19
•. Shoemaker, int. on Dor. bonds 180 15
\l' .-r Brown bill of work on street
- ut digging gutter fur pipe 19 ()■"•
< o. SV. Itobertaoii bill of Hydrants IS 83
Win. Trontman work on Peun St 8 25
.1 hn Davidson work at Reservoir.... 30 66
Etien Pennel sleepers for bridge 1 5o
Tutrie A Perry large bull for bay
scale? 50
A. YV. Mower hauling stone and
sand 72 50
J. M. Shoemaker amount paid John
Sproat for hauling lumber 16 40
(1 . D. Shuck for repairing hose
and engine 9 00
l . 11. Lvons freight on casting 1 97
Daniel Border tending town clock. 25 00
B. M. Blymytr A. Co for bucket, pa-.
Ac tor use at Reservoir 10 25
iVm. Agnew bill of work at Iteser
vior 30 50
Ji.u. L. L'sig cutting holes for pipes
in Reservoir 3 00
Amount paid on Sundry outstand
ing cheeks 331 01
Reed A Schell, bounty bonds 1000 00
Dickcrsoc. Col. for 1800, com. and
exonerations 02 13
Error in former settlement 105 98
$3685 63
By amount due Treasurer 55 30
Statement of money due to Bedford
Borough :
Amount due from J. \\'. Dickerson.. 70 00
"■ " Solomon Reimond... 04 00
" '• J. 11. Rush collec
tor for 1808 subject to exonera
tions and Com CIS 89
$752 89
Statement of money due by Bedford
Borough :
Outstanding check? 3293 92
Borough Bonds •-Jno. Shoemaker)... 1000 00
'• " (Henry Moses) 1060 00
$G293 92
We the undersigned. Auditors of Bedford
Borough, do certify that we met and did au
dit and adju-t the foregoing account of John
H. Bush. Treasurer of said Borough, for the
year ending May 7th A. D., 1809, as contain
ed in the-above Statement and found the
same correct. Witness our hands this sev
enth day of May, A. D., 1809.
li. F. IRVINE.
!!. R. MI DDI.ETON.
I). M. SHI'CK.
Attest _ Auditors.
SAM. C. STIVER.
QITIZENS' CO OPEKATIV H
MUTUAL
LIF E IS S UIIA NC E COM PAN Y
OF BEDFORD, PA.
IjtO'ijKjroti J, March, IS I by Special Act
of the legislature of I'ea.nsylcaithi.
This company ia organised on the Co-Operative |
Mutual I'iao.
The membership fee is graded according to the
age of the applicant, end is lower than other mu
tual companies.
The payment of the membership a fec entitles the
member to a life policy.
Every member in this company has a vote in i
controlling the funds of the company, and has an
e<[ua! share in the funds.
The amount of money paid is so little that every .
one can insure.
This Company is purely a HOME Company.
orncils :
lion SAMUEL L. RUSSELL, l'reet.
J. P.. DVRItORRfiW, Vice Prcst.
E. F. KERR, Secretary.
O. E. SHANNON, Trca-nrcr.
* DIRECTORS:
J. M. Fso V .KB-, J. R. lVti tt t*-,
T. 11. LvOXf, J- If. Di" KKBSUX,
1). It. ASOERSON.
lien. Agent. W. A. Ron vans.
Cir-ulars, Par. phlets and ful! particulars given, •
on npp'-a *•'>> to tbe Secretary cf the company, j
or to W. A. EDWARDS.
mac.l's9'.'vl Gen. Agent, Bedford, La
| Zif Agents waute 1 in every County and
Township in the State.
OHA.MPOOMNG, lIAIR DRESSING AND
0 Ml AVINO.
I am dttcriuincd to tight it out on this lit e -Hi
summer and will warrant en-ire * itiefaction to
tti! my patrol S. I am also prepared to weave
hair, make switches and curls on the shortest no
tice and most improved stylos. Koota on Juliana j
Ft . one door south cfthc Express Office.
23wr3m "■ F. CR AAV LEV.
jp.\INTING.
i The Fubsctiber re.pe.-tfuily informs the public,
: that he is l-ret-a-ed to do all binds of
1 PLAIN mnd FANCY PAINTING, PAPER
; HANGING Ac., at shorted notice, in town uni
country. Aud all kinds ot Wood Imitation ear
; fuiljr executed. Price model ate. The patronage
i of the public is respectfnllTStdicite 1.
' l'aprlStti lyr SI. 1*- FPIDEL.
WHY NOT MAKE MONEY
M With our FTKSCII. A.VD Ki:r CWKCK OITTITT,
and by soiling Novel and attractive articles 1' t'ir
-1 eular* free.
I STAFFORD MFG. CO, S3 Pulton Street, New
j Vorh. > -w
ACERTIFICAT OF SCHOLARSHIP in
the /,'l'fWat, S-mtt.m <f Kimhrrlg Business
1 College of Phi i ielphis, for sale at thl- office.
PtollH!WoH£.
j) K M (| V E I)
TO THIS
C O !i 0 N A D K BIJILD IN Q
SIIJ.LKRi B O W 8 K R
HAVE liKMOVEIi TO THE
COLONADK BtlblUMO
and offer gn at bargains in all kinds of goods in
order to redn.-e their stock before making spring
pnfv kase-u They have on hind
DRY HOODS.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
FANCY NOTIONS.
COTTON YARNS,
H ATS.
CAI'S,
ROOTS,
SHOES,
GROCERIES,
QUEENS WAKE.
T< IBACOO,
CIGARS,
BLOOMS.
BASKETS. WOODEN WARE, Ar.
1 a! s 'Hicf their price*:
CALICOES 8, 10,1 % 15, 16.
j;LN(SHAM. 1-jL |5. s.
MLSLIN. 10. ti'. 14. 15, 18, 20.
C.'SMMEK; - CLOiIIS, FA TIN ETT and
LAt>] K5 SACK.N-i a* t cry low price#, Ladiea,
Gent's a*il Miasc* ?V.c facial# and Overt bee*
in great variety. Men'<, boy* and youths boots;
bet GtrfTee, Tea. Sugar and Syrup at market
pr e. Feed uad Flour j .-r sale ksce at all times.
We invkc 'i to cadi and see the goods, and com
pare j-r'.t;*?, Wfure baying y.ar gowii. Our motto
i#. ch'irt pruf.tß.
Tnnvs—l. Dates or product# ajl3 fK
PAPER.
WALL PAPER.
WALL PAPER.
WALL PAPER.
WALL PAPER.
WALL PAPER.
Fevrra! Ilsndrvd Diilerent Figure*.
Fevera! i;'D*tred Di§er<nt Figaire#.
Fv V. rn! 'Tutidrel hiJcrcnt Figtfna
Fevtrit! i?D- : 1 l>s4fei*ri!it Figure.-*.
-evtra' iiu:i;ei Intfer;-*** Figure*.
.-'evem! H judred pifeto&t Figures.
lot eYer r rougUt to IVedford county,
ha t -. ; •ht ' > county.
i,. r L :-t u t eve.- brought to Bedford county,
barged i-d ever I r'.-oght to Bedf. rd county,
isurgeat -<A. ever V-• t :t to Jiedford county.
Largest lot ever h • Jght to Bedford
for suJe at tbc
for #sle at the
for sale at the
'"•?r safe at the
fr sa'e at the
for a!e nt the
INQUIRER BOOK STORE.
INQi'iilEU BOOK STORE.
- INQUniKR BOOK STORK.
INQUIRER ROOK STOKE.
INQUIRER BOOK STORE.
INQUIRER BOOK STORE,
t TIKAPEK THAN hY'JSR SOLU.
ClfKAl-KR THAN TVER SOLI).
CHEAPER ril-N' EVER i?Ohl>.
I'MKAPER THAX EVER SOLD.
' REAPER THAN EVER SOLD.
I !!E.\PE:R THAN" EA'ER SOLD.
I. I S M A.
iA
THE: TEST
11 A 1 U 11 E S TORE: R A N due N E YV E 11
IN THE WORLD!
lie-tu .-. gray and faded Hair to it* ORKiIXAL
COL" 'R, removes Dandrafi.
ci j;E.- ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP,
prevents BALDNESS, ar.d makes the hair grow
Soft, Glossy and Luxuriantly.
ALI SM A I S TII E BE S T
The Cheapest, and most saiisfactury
OF ANY ABTICLE IS IS K,
: and should be used by every one who admires a
BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF UAIlt.
Put uj in two nixes: Small (8 or.) $1.00; Large.
(12 ox.) s!.o© per Lottie.
EACII BOTTLE IN A NEAT PAPER BOX
SEWARD, HUNTLEY A CHENEY,":
Druggists. Buffalo, N. Y., I'roprietors. They are
al > proprietor# of
SEWARD'S COUGH CURE,
a splendid article for
C O V G II F, COLDS, BRONCHITI S,
and all diseases of the
THROAT AND LUNGS.
SOLD 15Y ALL DRUGGISTS. 30apr
I<S(>9 SI>RISfI IMPORTATION J
RIBBONS,
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
AUMSTROXGTCATOR k CO..
23- A 239 BALTIMORE STREET,
BALTIMORE
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
BONNET ANI) TRIMMING RIBBONS,
VELVET AND SASH RIBBONS,
BONNET CRAPES,
SILKS AND SATINS,
ILLUSIONS, BLONDS,
LACES, RUCHES, NETTS AND VELVETS,
FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS,
STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES HATS.
TBIMVED A>n I'KTRINVED,
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
Tbe largest Stock of Millinery Gooda in this
Country and uneipualled in choice variety, which
we offer at prices that will defy competition.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
16apr3®
WOOLEN FACTORY.
3(1,000 LBS. WOOL WASTED!
The undersigned having leased the Large New
Woolen Factory, at Waterside, for a number of
years, respectfully inform tbe old customers of
the Factory and tbe public generally, that they
will Deed at least the above amount of wool. They
have on hand a large lot of Cloths, Cassimeres.
Twee Is. Safinetta, Jeans, Blankets, Coverlets,
Flannels, Ac, which thev witi exchange for wool,
a* has been tho enstr.m heretofore. Carpets will
l e made to order, at all times. Stocking yarn of
all kinds always en hand. Our Peddler, Thomas
Border, will call on all tbe old customers, and the
public grneraily. in due time, for the purpose of
exchanging goods for wool. The highest market
price will be paid for wool in eesb.
N.B. Wool carding, spinning and country Full
ins will be done in the bct manner and at short
notice. JOHN I. NOBLE A BRO..
14may"m Waterside, Pa.
rpo THE OWNERS OF UNPATENTED
1 LANDS:
SIRVETOB GENXRAS'S OFFICE. \
Harrisimrg. Pa., May 6tb, 1 SB9. J
Iu obedience to an Act of Assembly, approved
the eighth day of April, ont- taousaad eight hun
dred and six -nine, you are hcreb/ notitied that
tbe "( :.tily Lar-.-i Lien Docket." containing the
li-t of unparented lands for Bedford county, pro
pared under the Act nf Assembly of the twentieth
of May, one thousand eight hundred and sixty -
four, an l tbe supplement thereto, has this day
iwen f i-warded to the Prothon'-tary of the coun
ty. at whore office it may be examined. The liens
ran only bo liquidated by the payment of the
rurehase money, interest and fees, and receiving
patents through this Department- Proceedings
bv tbe Attorney General have been stayed for one
year from this date, in order that porties may ob
tain their pafents without additional cost.
JACOB M. CAMPBELL.
I4may:#m Surveyor General.
t SPLENDID FARM AT PRIVATE SALE.
A The Subscriber offers at piiva'e sale his farm
in Napier township, containing 3lX> acres, lying
ou Litis sides of the Bedford and Su.yst-.wn
| turnpike, srven miles W' at of Bedford an J two miles
1 east of Fcfcellsburg. A! ut one half is cleared
I an-1 undtr fence and the balance is well timbered.
| Thiitv-Oigbt acres are in clover, and the balance
lin a :-ood stat- of cultivation Tits buii-Lugs are
a largo dwelling bouse, part stone, back
i build ng. a good barn and o-ber ot bUJE
I also a new two story tenant house. Tbe land ..
i writ s-.il plied with never fail-ng water. I arsons
desiring to examine the property can do so by
1 calling on theso.bscrit-er at b s residence on the
: premises" Knot .old bafor. tl.a Gkh. October
I 305rt PrOP * rty ,i£ "MARTIN HEU.W.

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