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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Bedford, PennsylvaniaI a Ford Gazette. Rus our oct bar 25, Issi. B. , editor amp. Proprietor. New terms /. Orphan court printing including adm Nistra j to a i and executor a notices All auditors notices 1 p tic Notery a printing occasional Davetti. Nne it amp most hereafter be paid for in Advance. Executors and administrators owing us at present will Pense come Forward and Settle. The condition of the nation. It is now nearly seven months since the present unfortunate civil War was inaugurated and a Public mind in beginning to look with inters t piety for the dawning Light of peace and Region. Seven months will soon have passe Vay since the fall of Sumter and yet Wear it i in the midst of the impel mras gloom which has shrouded our land me the it Ucol get establishment of a political a to found a up i i sectional basis. Bloodshed has failed to a to the hatred engendered bet in to i who Nee were and ought now to it flip Sharp Edge of the sword l As not availed a Cut the Gortian knot of our National roubles. The Dep toned r f a he Canuck has reverberated in vain. The Fate of the Union is still enveloped in a Cuba and. Our speculations upon the probable Issue of the conflict in Eod in Only vague conjecture and doubtful. Apes or Uncertain it fears. When the War broke a. Those who were enthusiastic in favor of co Ion As ured us that the conflict would not a. Over three months that he seceded states lid not resist our armies and would not if / were Able that there were Union men in v one of to s a states who would Rise a. A s i the government a d fort i. Earm and that in r. The rebellion Jopie of the 9 h would v by Kneel at the feet f the government a 1 sue for mercy. How sadly have those of i who held these views been disappointed e the first requisition upon the Loyal states troops we have lost North Carolina. Ten. Be Virginia and Arkansas and Missouri and k. I tuck Are a a a a a a a in a Ilc Diroso it Fai us. Dispute Between. Jite Union and secession jts. Dior is this All. Ive have lost the most rant the War not Only Lias the a i of loyalty been diminished but we have a veered in treasure suffered terribly in the los3 a tie but still worse the arms of the govern i in have been disgraced and dishonoured. The groans under the Load of trouble and a that is upon it. Bankruptcy is written a on the countenance of the merchant Beggary glares from the Cunk a Eye of the the fires of the Furnace have whitened into lifeless ashes the Hammer of the Lorge is silent he Clatter of the loom is unheard and the Ough Stanus rusting in the Furrow. What Lull we do t for the present the people Are Verless. They can do nothing to Stem the Ody tide that is rolling Over the land. The Best they can do is to Aid the government in King a speedy of the policy it has adopt. No matter if that policy was settled upon i Pite of our warning and advice no matter. Hetber or not in our opinion it is the proper Emedy Lor the National disease since we could of prevent it let us assist the government in iving it a fair and thorough but not persistent r reckless trial. If alter such a trial which 1 our opinion must be fairly Reade in the next a x months it should Tail then let us Endeavor -1 change the course of the a Aling to the people in tile election of representatives in Congress. This Ive deem to be he proper line of conduct in fact we cannot be what else could be done in the present pos ure of Public affairs. Therefore. As we can Only Hope and wait let us Hope cheerfully and wait patiently. Harper a a november number of this excellent periodical is upon our table. A usual it presents a perfect Frast of Good things to the intellectual appetite of the Reader. Its Light literature is furnished by the Best writers of Europe and America and its heavier article Are written of Standard essayists Anil historiography is. The illustrations in Harper Aie always Good especially those of articles descriptive of natural scenery and wild adventure. To those who to get the Worth of their Money we recommend harpers monthly. �1#�? Gen. Price has broken up his Camp in Edar co., and continued his Retreat towards the Arkansas line. It is reported Iba Jackson a rebel legislature i in at Stockton the county seat of be oar county and that Mccullough was approaching with to 12,000 men to reinforce Price. Local and miscellaneous. Bedford Ane its prospects Roa Railroad connection with the East and West. A we find the following which was embraced in separate articles in a late number Otther a United states Railroad and mining Register this Road the Bedford Railroad begins at Hopewell where the Huntingdon and Broad top Railroad terminates 31 Miles from the Pennsylvania Railroad at Huntingdon and ends at Bedford 20 Miles from Hopewell and 51 Miles from Huntingdon. About 9 Miles of the Bedford Railroad a Are graded these 9 Miles Are to be trimmed up and three additional Miles Are to be graded inside of 90 Days so that the superstructure can be put Down on 12 Miles and the Road opened that distance by the 1st of febuary next. These 12 Miles will carry the rail line from Huntingdon to one mile West of bloody run and within 8 Miles of Bedford Asb lord is the sgt at of Justice of an old county and a fashionable watering place be i Les ways and Means will doubtless he devised to extend the rail line to that ancient b rough. From Bedford West another link Twenty two Miles Long will carry a rail line to the extreme northeastern Angle of the f Pittsburg and Connellsville Railroad at will a Creek where Rit by fjord there would be established bet a Voen Huntingdon on the Juniata and Cumberland on the Potomac a direct and continuous fall communication. And All this and More will be compassed we have no doubt before Bedford is Content for it is a laudable ambition in a county town to strive alter Railroad facilities. That portion of the Bedford Road now soon to be put into operation runs through an trod Region celebrated Lor Hematite and Fossil ores which it is said abound near the line of Tiro i fit Herlo these ores have been haul Ell to l-.i.-. Ind Bedford forges a distance of 12 Mil. It ,.i to ii sems to us May yet succeed in reported specially for the Bedford Gazette. Secession of Sprinkle Surg statement of grievances. Or. Editor a allow us through your paper to War hews. The War 151 ke5itickv. Mem ii i e v t i s e in e n t 5. Ourt proclamation. A movements of Tye confederates. Thu Louisville journals say i. Is difficult to publish of All the world and the a a rest of Man get reliable news of the War doings in that kind a that we have a a seceded from the gov a slate. The journal however has the follow Ern ment of the state of Pennsylvania and that jn2 news irom Headquarters. A it in i a a a gentleman direct irom Bowlin Green. 0 the county of Bedford and Are about Stab 7quot a. Says that when he left John c. Breckir Lishing a a confederacy congenial 10 humanity rave was just getting up to Imke a speech. T and right. A decent respect it the opinions he states also that col. Hardee lately to com delivery for the trial of capita and Cir of fender ,.1 in 1 1 1 Aii i a l. 1 i therein and in the genial court of Quarter ��9 01 Mankind requires that we should declare Maud in Arkansas and Missouri had joined and Juhn a it a the causes which have impelled us to Senara i Buckner with his hoops and that Buckner so numbers were now irom Twenty five to thirty to the Coroner the Jum Tiefs of the Pear and co tables in the different in the Conn y of Bedford greeting. Know be that in pursuance of a Precept to arc under the hand and Seal of the 11. Or mics , president of the veral courts of co non a Teaa m the sixteenth Tinct of Tho counties of Frankyn Ledford and to and by virtue of Bis fifire of the Cour. Of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail Tion from the above named political bodies. They Are As follows they refused to give us some of the state a a stealing a so that we could enlarge our town and build every politician a private residence. They have wilfully kept capital out of our town by apr it of iritis our townsmen to positions where there was no Chance of stealing. They standing Are As Superior to the Pupil uni Motis scoundrel who now fills that Post As the Bright Refulgente rays of the Sun Are to the miserable Glimmer of a tallow Candle. Ditto ditto ditto As to congressmen Legisla ors and other important offices. The a have refused to open the Slack water navigation or the a Blu Juniata a and to run the new rail Road to our town. They have conspired against our town generally. They have compelled us to pay year after Yea our share of the state and county taxes and will be very Apt to do so again. Thousand. Another gentleman just from Bowling Green estimate Buckner a Force at Twenty five thousand. It is very difficult to decide what should be believed. If troops from Missouri Are pouring into Kentucky the fact would seem to indicate that the confederates intend for the present to give Missouri up to Fremont. Supposing the statements we have received to be never gave Usa cover nor not with Correct the enemy has now nearly 80,000 we have any number of men who upon Kentucky soil and the number will no doubt be soon incr i amp Vej unless Genera Fremont shall speedily Start upon his great expedition Down the Mississippi. A Mississippi officer at Bowling Greta a says a hat the confederates have at no time had any other thought than to make Kentucky the main theatre of the War. They in veiled one of our representatives a command has been Oneal undisguised robbery into voting for the repeal of the tonnage tax plunder and outrage not confined to secession whereby he was politically a knocked m the a of. But extending to Union men All along the head a and then allowed the a Central Road to 1 Chvat us out of our portion of at ions Ivy and compelling them t it go i hey have appointed prominent politician a when they were unwilling to us . We Are j of 1 is county to fat offices where there is a j pleated 1� know that a True representation of a goo Opportunity of picking up a crumbs a thus a i a outrages committed by this Man upon the i assuring the citizens of this Commonwealth that the outrages of . Lane. The St. Louis Republican Union paper of tuesday says in regard to the course of Lane and i band of vagabonds unfortunately mustered into the service of the United states and thereby having a show of authority for their acts of oppression i heft we have from another source the most lamentable accounts. His course and that of the men attached to fus Francis d. Saupp Sewell Stewart d. Was Tiafau Bya is Kansas Border. In All cases of has authorized and justified Bis men in running off whole plan Lons j. Snively esqs., judges of the same court in the same county of Bedford you and earn of you Are hereby required Tol it a and appear in your proper persons with Yor record recognizance , and other remembrances before the judges aforesaid at Bedford at a court of Oyer and ter Miner arid general jail delivery and general Quarter sessions of the peace herein the be Holden for the county of Bedford aforesaid on the third monday of november being the Isth Day at 10 of clock in the Forenoon of that Day Mere and then to do those things to which your several offices Appertain. Given under my hand it Bedford on the 25th of october in the year of our lord 1861. John j. Cessna sheriffs office i a sheriff. Bedford oct. 25th 1s61. A i 1st of causes j put Down fat a trial at Novembri term 3d monday 18th Day 1861. Henry Smith it Al is. Reuben Smith Catharine Tricker is p. A. Laurence Etel h. Flu kit exp ors is Christ Bowser Caldwell English amp co. Is John Cessna Esq do do do a j. C. Mclanahan it a i b. Boyd it Al Artemus Bennett John tied Well Elizabeth Donaldson Catherine 1 Richer som. Amp by d. T. K. Co George Cartwright Vania rail route Between Harrisburg it l whee my indeed this she will accomplish via Huntingdon and Cumberland so soon As the distance Between bloody run and wills Creek is covered with Iron rails but a More direct rout mrs of a Point on a South pennst.1 uni 11 1 thy Are to be rifled completely. They have allowed that Arch corruption St Alex. Mcclure to make a congressional Dis fact for his own individual use. They have hitched us to Somerset on the. Legislative question so that no honest Man and the one to which we More particular., a of Lude will be secured by a connection of the in Pittsburg and Connellsville Railroad a to the Cumberland Valley Railroad and the former of these two roads with the Hempfield Road now in use from Wheeling to Washington. Wheeling is the capital of the new state of Kanawha and the pan handle and Cape to extremities of old Virginia Are Cormui very far apart in the War for a Boundary j arture who was not elected by said people a. In truth it is not probable that Vav heeling and Repuk hts cd the tune of Over a thou id votes. They Hae refused of elected. They have also put us in c congressional District with that county. They have allowed the Central rain of it and which 19 now fast monopolizing the state legislation to run so far North of us that it is of no Pic Mica Benefit to us whatever. Loyal As Well As disloyal citizens of the Borde counties has been made to Secre Jarv Cameron now in this City and sent to Vvs Ashing on and we Hope he Wilt do driven m disgrace fron the a it my and his regiment of Jadhav veers disbanded. Gen. Cameron has since Given orders to Stop the outrages alluded to. Panie l. Martin charts w. Adam Croyle Beals use Jacob Keely Collins 1>�11 it co same a Rue a office o. Shannon Esq a. J. Snively Esq Joseph Sellers who s it at Joseph Hollar Hezekiah Chaney George Tricker Davis amp to Ives John Cessna Esq Fletcher be b uner Patrick bus we. Anderson s and Utji it a John Bowser we. P. Sche 1 Al Al George Beetle Yal. A. Weritz putrid Patterson e. L. Anderson Esq John Cessna Esq it Nicholas Lyons s. U. Tate prot. A fight near Leesburg. Repulse of Federal troops. Col. Baker 0/ the California brigade killed. They Aro guns to allo v a Man to Repie ent icr0�?Tsh a a potom3c Lashington october 21.�? Gen. Stone the morning with one Bedford oct. 23, 61. 1 Egister a All persons interested Are hereby notified that the following named accountants have filed the i accounts in the registers office of Bedford county and that the same will be presented to the orphans Cost in and of. Said county on tuesday the Isih Day of november next at the i court House in Bedford for confirmation 1 the of Daniel Young adm. Of the estate of William Young late of Hopewell town Bip a deceased. 2 the account of David Miller Esq., adm. Of the Melchior Fisher late of Harrison deceased. 3 the account of Jacob Fisher guardian of Amanda Hammer now air. And a sleek Miuor child of John Hammer deceased. 4 the account of Martin boor adm. Of the the Peop of this county i lne. 1. N the next l is a p0,Uon of his command at Siward s i Erry estate of Mary Ann boor late of Cumberland Valley amp n ,1 r. Uno i i 1 ii i ill r in it o in. I. I. I Hulk will very soon a Ain rur 4<c�. J selves constituent parts of one Cominio wealth hence Wheeling since her interests Are now. Re. Of est in the Commonwealth a representation cast with Pennsylvania will naturally urge a. In the legislature by a Man of her own Choice the construction of such links of Iron line As 1. N. I by hooking us to the Back Republican Ridden and another at Harn soon Sjo Laud. Skirmish j deceased. Icer Tam a a it nigh a a3 Early As 9 of clock in the afternoon began Between the enemy in Uncertain of can. Stogie s t Jim i l when our county one of the Are reinforcements of the enemy appeared on. Our right which wa3 commanded by col. A Iva h. A representation a a of col. Geary has twice repulsed the rebels o3 the upper Potomac and after the list he Rode into Camp on a Cannon taken from them in the fight. Our readers will remember that col. Geary was recommended by us As a Ridant and trustworthy officer. Will give her communication with the Seaboard cities North of the Chesapeake and As the interests of the counties of southwestern Pennsylvania in this matter Are identical with the interests of wit Ehrig it will be strange indeed if in the Progress of events and in the fluctuations in the title of circumstances a a something Dps not a turn up which will serve As a basis for operations in a plan for a South a Pennsylvania Railroad from Harn big to1 Wheeling via the Valley of Cumberland and of the Toughio Ghent. Or if this involve too Large an outlay then \ a Huntingdon Bedford Bridgeport Connellsville and Washington. We confess a belief that Cloe upon the completion of the Pittsburg and Connellsville Road to will a Creek will follow the construction of a connecting link Between it handsome one of the roads now terminating in the Pennsylvania Railroad. On the 13th october instant trains began to run on the Pittsburg and Connellsville rail Road from the Corner of Ross and Breckinridge streets Pittsburg Over eleven Miles of new Road opened to Brinton sat Turtle Creek where hitherto the Pittsburg and Conn is Ville Railroad terminated in connection with the Pennsylvania Railroad. From Pittsburg to Connellsville the distance is 29 Miles and Between these a it Points the Road is now operated without using any portion of the Pennsylvania Railroad. On the Road Between Connellsville and cumberland91 Miles work was suspended in october 1857, and Lias not since been resumed. Thirty three Miles West of Cumberland is the Sand Patch Tunnel 4,650 feet Long on which �200.000 have been expended in driving the Tunnel beading which is within 260 feet of completion. From Bridgeport at the Mouth of will a Creek on the Pittsburg and c Nell Villa Railroad 12 Miles from h Road will doubtless be made to b fwd. Sch is Only 22 Miles Distant from pro Dzu i the distance from the Pennsylvania Baili Oad at Huntingdon to the Pittsburg and Connellsville Railroad at Bridgeport �573 Miles from Huntingdon to Cumber land via Bedford and Bridgeport the distance is 85 Miles. The next House of representatives will consist of 43 straight democrats 39 straight Republican 10 democrats elected on Union tickets and 8 republicans elected on Union tickets. The Senate will consist of 10 democrats and 23 republicans the democrats having elected 8 of the 11 chosen at the late ejection. We Are requested to state that the a a All Hazard boys a of Rainsburg capt. A. Compher 9 will leave that place for Camp Curtis on tuesday next the 29th inst. This is said to be a very Fine company. Queer politics in Somerset morgans gho3t carried the county once and the cancer in Dave wit Mot a stomach Fufa majority olt 1200 their this year. County of Somerset. I his was unconstitutional unwise and or called for. These Are but a Small portion of our grief Ker. 5 i he account o William Keeffe adm. With the will annexed of John Keeffe late of Bedford tp., a Cea de. Reci terms office i s. H. Tate Bedford oct. 25, 1861. \ Register. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of sundry writs of i. Fa., s the Union forces engaged were Only about 1,600, and were attacked by a fore vend. To punks and Levari facial to me to be from five to ten thousand. At this june the. Will he to a at the cur Houe in thu Borusch . I in it it i i it i i.-. Us of Bedford Ori saturday the Day of november _ tur a col. Baker Feii at the head of Nis brigade., a. A 161, a 1u o clock a. M., the described Gal Antly cheering on hts men to the conflict. A a , t it wit immediately before he fell he dispatched major Young to Gen. Stone to apprise him of Anees but they Are enough to justify us in Tak the condition of affairs and g n. Stone in�?r.�? ing this momentous step. In vain have we re j Diatel proceeded in per it a towards the Light remonstrated from to Lime. With pay it it com manuf 1�.� in the confusion cd dec by the fall of col. Baker the right Wing sustained a repulse w Ith considerable i ass. Tience have we endured All the ills that have been piled upon us until the a milk of human kindness has dried up in our bosoms and we Are made to exclaim in the tragical language of Shak Spe amp re a hold enough a we have been patient but now we Are indignant. We have be a slaves to a horde of Petty politicians Long enough and not we mean to be free and Independent. We wont be coerced either. If our grievances Are redressed or our Independence acknowledged then All right if not Well a cry havoc and let slip the dogs of armed with Justice and a bundle of knitting Needls we bid toe hireling tools of a corrupt state government Defiance. We Are firm and decided and will fight desperately. The whole Community is firm extending Down to women and children and old Pine log. Companies of two forty men Are being organized in every Ward. Our Flag Wildcat ram j Pant Fin us k rat co chant on a fit old do Oyster i Shell a floats from every Corner. While we write we hear the a clash of resounding arms a produced by a woman spanning Iier Chil i for trailing a Small specimen of our glorious Flag in the . The feeling is intense. Some of the ladies Aie in arms look out stand fron under or the pillars of the great Temple of Justice will fall upon you n. Are firmer still. Our neighbouring town has caught the spirit of the age Ami is going to cast her Lut with us. run Lave been seen Riding into town with old guns to have new locks put on and one Man had several a a Colts with him. Our cause is looking up. We Are firm. P. S. A if any desire to j it in our Noble cause we w ill say that we still want a few Able Bod id men and horses. Come and Well make a Gnadier generals of All of you. Signed Xenophon Zent Hoffen Secretary of confederacy. Terry. Haute ind., oct. 20. Destruction of a printing office and houses by Indiana or three companies of the 43d Indiana regiment Star Iao de at Camp Vigo in this City under command of their Culong proceed quietly this evening to the office of the journal and Democrat and in a Short time demolished everything. They then proceed to several private houses and Gen. Stone says that the left Wing retired in Good older. He will hold Possession of Harrison Island and the approaches Strong reinforcements will be sent Forward to Gen. Stone during the night. The remains of col. Baker were removed to Poolesville and will be brought 10 this City on wednesday. The chemistry of the special Delight which have so Rich a repaid our visit to new England was the inspection it was our privilege to make of or j. C. Ayer pc Laboratory at Lowell. Although we knew by hear say that it was Large Jet we were surprised when we came into View of its real magnitud3, and still More by the extent and complication of its truly immense business. The whole massive St Mcture is in fact one vast chemical Laboratory to which the processes of this wonderful Ait Are constantly going on. Medico chemical has found that the curative properties of any substance exist in some one or More of its component Par s. Thus t he remedial effects of opium Are due solely to the Morphia it contains although this is but one eighteenth part of its weight the other seventeen parts Are gum extractive and inert or offensive matter. Or. Ayers system separates the Radical properties of each substance employed and we Are Here shown the processes by which the Virtues of each remedial agent Are chased through the Aiem bics until they come out completely Pine at last. These concent rated purified medical properties 01 Virtu Joe finally combined together to produce there meals which have made item selves a reputation for unrivalled excellence All Over the world. Not Only does the doctor disclaim All secrecy in his Art and explain every process and every particular but he maintains that this is the Only process by which the people can be supplied with the Best possible remedies for the treatment of the formula by which his remedies Are made Are published in the medical journals and have been presented to a Large part of the medical of acuity of the United states and constancy sent by mail to such physicians As apply for daily chronicle san Francisco. �3.-. 1 on ? tract of land containing 81 cars mor it or a a a about acres and us Ltd Fence with u a to a i a be with attached find Bou .� ios stable the re on erected a j. Ianda of Leonard May John Metzgar and Olur. Situate part in Juniata and Pait in Harrison townships. Bed of county and taken in execution As the property a i Conrad g. A tube. 2. Also the undivided two thirds parts of one lot of ground Hunting on Pitt strict in Bedford Borough Aud extending but it about 210 feet to the Kay town Branch of the Juniata River and numbered in the general plan of said Borough no. 195, and l having thereon erected a two Story Frame dwell ing House and Frame carpenters shop adjoining lot of and. Middleton of the East and Tot of Eli Rouse on the West situate in Bedford Borough Bedford county and taken in execution As the property of Marlin e. Bartgis. 3. Alo one tract of land containing 105 acres More or less about 5 acres cleared and under inc a adjoining lands of Simon Richey Adim Hinish and others situate in fast Providence bed lord county and taken in execution As the property of David Richey. 4�?~ also All Dell. We. Picard his right title and interest in and to one tract of Coal land containing 60 acres More or less about 15 acres cleared and under Fence with a Cabin House and log stable their on erected adjoining lands of Wood Dev Reaux in co., John \. Lanes heirs and others situate in Broad top Bedford county and taken m execution As the property of William Figard. 5. Also one tract of land containing 300 acres More or less about 30 acres cleared and under Fence with a Story and half lug dwelling House with Kitchen attached and double log barn thereon erected adjoining lands of Jacob boor Moses d Icken Jonathan Hendrickson and others. C. Also one other net of land containing 50 acres More or less about 12 acres cleared arid under Fence adjoining the above describe tract Jacob boor. Jonathan Hendrickson and Olhs is. 7. Also one other tract of land containing 70 acres More or less adjoining lands of Hendrickson widow and other and All situate in Cumberland Valley Bedford county and taken in axe Rution As the property of Peter a mouse. 8. Also one tract of land containing 76 acres More or less about 30 acres cleared and under , with a two Story rough Ca t dwelling House Spring House and log stable thereon erected Al o an Apple Orchard thereon adjoining lands of fames of Neal Elias cd. Re. And others situate in West , Bedford county and taken in. Execution As the property of Christian Stoner. 9. Also one tract of Mountain land containing 250 acres More or less adjoining a nails of James Rollins John Cessna v sq., Ami others situate in Colerain Bedford county Ami taken in execution As the property of Robert Somerville. 10. Also by virtue of a special writ of execution upon a judgment in an it action of ejectment the following described real estate to wit two lots of ground situate in the town of Woodbury in said county of Bedford being lots numbered a a seven and a a eight a in the p an of said town bounded on the North by lots of John Diltz on the South by lot of or. Sami. Smith and on the East by Mam Street with a two Story Stone dwelling House Frame shop Bank barn and other outbuildings thereon erected and taken in execution As the property of John and Patrick Burns. Sheriffs office. I John j. Cessna Bedford oct. 25 �?T61. Sheriff. �75 agents wanted we will pay from $25 to $75 per month and All a1 minist Katory a letters of administration having granted to the subscriber on the estate of George Lekes late of Bedford dec�?Td., a i persons indebted to said estate Are hereby notified served them in the same manner. The Edi Cine compact r. James general agent Milan Zens Are organizing to proceed to Lake the Ohio. Comp. There is great excite men. A log. 26, �?T91. Expenses to Active agents or give a commission to make immediate payment and those having claims particulars sent free. Address Erik sewing a same will present them properly authenticated for settlement. Out. 25, 1861 John w. 1ckes, adm. St. Clair to. D-10 and a Reeds new vat in All and Winter goods to be sold pm Cah or produce Only. P. A. Reed wishes to inform his friends and the Public generally that he has bought out a he Stock of his brother Jacob Reed and in addition is receiving irom a he lad Elelhia an elegant new Stock of goods bought at Parnic prices consisting of dry goods boots and Iii and Capa groceries ii ird Carcy Queens Ware a. All of which have been bought at the lowest net Cash prices and will be sold unprecedentedly Low for Cash or country pm Duce. The undersigned determine to act upon the principle that a a a Nimbus Spence is Bette r than allow Stirling a can adopt the language of the poet. A a come one come All this Rock shall Fly from its firm base a soon Asj a oct. 25, 61 p. A. Reed j 1st of grand jurors a i drawn tor nov. Term 3d monday 18th Day of n >v., 1861 John ski Ith Esq. Thaddeus Hoenstine Anthony Zimmer j is Eph Dull e q., John Feigh Tel Michael Naugle Henry Guyer Benjamin Valent ine Robert Steckman. Asa Silver Tobias Snider j Eph Mitchell David fuck Hen re Mowry jr., Daniel Fletch it j it in j , William by Singer William a Chapman Esq., John Ford Hirran Davis. Amariah Wilson Micha Hartman William Rock jr., Hezekiah bark Man. Petit jurors. Pan 1 May David Shanks Jeremiah Mentz re Lliam Keyser Jacob Hershberger Jobo Hyp a jr., John a a Owman Jerk a Delhi Peter a Barton Basil Browning John so a ter Job it it a i Snowden George Blymire Jac. R. Brown Abraham m. Pm a David Miller e?q., Jacob j cars Man Samuel Nicodemus Thomas Grove i Thomas Vav. Horton Esq Jacob Smith Michael William a Arv Jackson mor Art Daniel drier Hugh Wilson James c. Devore san i i mixed Samuel Carp Miler Jwo pm Vav. A to i i in ii try Yount John b. Fuck Esq., j pm 1 r Hull Phi Felton j ivies j. Mclehaney j Georg Lonsen. John Cypher Moses Mcllvain. Oct. 25, 186. J sheriff s a by virtue a writ of vend. Expo Ras to the , there will be exposed to Public a ale at the court House in he Borough of Bedford of. Saturday the 2.1 Day of nov., 1661, the following real estate to wit 1. A certain tract of land situate i i Broad top Bedford county warranted i a the name of evil Lam Lane March 10th, 1892, con or aug 110 1 acres and allowance acc. 1 2. Al Ltd one other tract of land situate in the and county Foresaid adjoining William l. Ira is tract with 15 dwelling houses one foundry i Mac i shop saw Mil one Cottier o e Blacksmith shop and other out but Liugi the thou erected. A also on other trac of land situate in and county , adjoining Thomas Davis tract warranted in the name of John Bevington april l t 1792, containing s3 acre and allowance l he improvements of this tract consist of a dwelling House Ith 5 acres of ground cleared and under Fence. It also one other tical of land situate in and county , adjoining the two last tracts above m3ntiot�d, Vair. 1 in thi Nima of Joseph , March 16tb, 1832 containing 438 acres and 38 perches. 3 also one other tract of land situate m town ii a v r. Said a it n a a a Wii list Iasi tract in the of we. Lane August l s a v29 containing 168 acres and a of Ance. 6 also one other tract of land situate in and county aforesaid adjoining the William Lane tract warranted ii the name of Joseph Wil hams March 11th is07 containing 3 acres and 1u. Parches. A 7. Also one other tract of land situate in and county aforesaid adjoining lands of Isaac Giove Joseph Williams and others warranted in the name of Mordecai Williams August 14th. 1790containing 110 acres 1 73 perches and allowance the above mentioned tracts of land being on the a a ast Side of the Kay town Branch of the Juniata River and containing about 1300 acres be the ame More or Les on this tract there is erected a dwelling House and about 5 acres of ground Are cleared. S also one Otner tract of end situate in county Afore it Aid adj lining lands of Isaac Gove As. 1 others warrantee u. The name of Michael Sipes 1793 containing 100 acres More or be. 9 also one other tra t of land situate pm Trie West St be of the rays town Branch of the Juniata River in Llo Eureil county a for Aid a opposite Hopewell i on works warranted in the name of Frederick Swartz dated do. 2d, 17s6, containing 91 acres and allowance. On this tract Tafra is a Apple Orchard and about so acres cleared and under Fence. 10 also one other tract of land six a e on bus a ii it Tes of y�1 of Creek including the Mouth thereof in Hopewell and county aforesaid War j ranted in the name of James Piper containing in All about 119 acres the improvements on tins Traer consist of 5 boosts one g is Mill Oue ban and 33 acres Are cleared and under Fence 11 also All the right title and interest of the Hopewell Coal and Iron company of in and to parts of several contiguous tracts of Lan 1, Sithara on Yel Creek Hopewell i own Saip county aforesaid comprising a seat for water works on yellow Creek aforesaid and an Ore Bank on the River m n it in being parts of several warrants in the Nat of Hon i nah Montgomery Robert Montgomery Riccari mount Stephen Kerr Hunter Decker Griffith Swartz Forrer a. And Elimish containing is53 Arres Mora or less together with ill their right to to a a i inter a a St act Rii big or that May accrue to them under deed of William Lane to Jonathan Lesley dated the 12 h Day of november 1830 on these premis is there is erected a dwelling House and 40 area arc red i an l under Fence. 12 a so. Alt the right title and lateral of the Hopewell coat Aud Iron company to a certain tract of land in Hopewell a lord county containing 23 acres More or less which Milnik in and Benedict purchased by articles of Ign Mem it dated the 4th Day of March 1837, from Jacob fuck Mora fully described in agreement with Stephen Weimar dated March the tih 1810. On this trat there is an Ore Hank. 13 also All Ore Ore mines Ore la ave rights and other Mineral rights under the said article of agreement above mentioned the above de crib a property being known As the Hopewell Iron works embracing a Ovate. Power of the rays town Branch with Furnace. Forge and Sawmill thereon erected 1 i also All that certain tract piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in the said of Broad lop on that of the Ray town Branch of the Juniata adjoining lands surveyed m the name of Montgomery and other lands of the said party of second part containing 20 acres and 68 perches and Al Owa Rice &c., being the same tract of land which Henry v. Clause of Broad top in the county of be lord pd., and Barbara his wite by indenture dated the 6th i Ayot August 1856, and recorded in the office for recording deeds �cc., in and for Bedford county in record Book a. E., Page 31, the 19th Day of August a. D. 856, granted and conveyed to the Hopewell Coal and lion company their successors and assigns. The improvements on this tract Cousin of one House and stable about 20 acres Are cleared and unde Fence. And Al Kobe above described property taken in execution As the property of the Hopewell cod and Iron company and to be sold for Cash. Sheriffs office John j. Cessna Bedford oct. Is 1861 sheriff. A dministrator5 a letters of administration having been granted to the subscribers on the estate of r. H. Hutchi on late of Bedford .ec�?Td., All persons indebted to said estate Are hereby notified to make immediate payment and those having claims Aga i t the same will present them properly authenticated for settlement. Joseph Hutchison John w. Scott adm. Oct. 25. 1861,

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