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Bedford Inquirer And Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 25, 1856, Bedford, PennsylvaniaBedford inquirer and chronicle. Destructive fire. Loning of the Artisan Bill Dunc. Phi la Delphi a april iut a Marlit last night a fire broke out in the up a per pert of the Asti a building a Vagt five stories in height form ing a hollow Square in the rear of Chestnut id fourth streets occupied by various branches of manufacture which together with nearly All its contents was entirely destroyed. Very Pirt of the building was tenanted by workshops with valuable machinery driven by uti eighty horse in the basement. Or. Duval the Well known lithograph or occupied floor. Ills loss is estimated at �100,000, on which he has �30 insurance. He bal forty steam Prev ves and on ii Munse Stock of stones &c., including the lithographs of Commodore priv s Japan us pm edition for the government and plates Worth $<5,000, All Complete my ready to be sent Oso. Other occupant.-, As us ascertained Jisc As follows wans Ilver Miili �3,0u0, u n ins Uro j. Gaskiers Book bindery los very heavy. 11. A. Simmons amp brother jewellers �20,000, it to Trad for $8,0 10. Dessor. C. K to i Warner Gold watch a to Tea Karo loss $10,000, in surd tor $5,000. Up Duke Gold Chain maker i is headnote ascertained. George i Leppart jeweller Lus not heavy. Samuel Eakins electro Plater partly in. Six red. Williams paper Morgan space Taal a maker Weiner amp Thompson Printer if Quot. Stair Rod manufacturer mess amp Brath-4 a Blank Book manufacturers Brock cloth sati net Printer whose loss is $30,000, and j. S. Camp lithographer. The total Losa in not yet estimated Luj must prove very heavy. The five was so rapid that scarcely anything was saved exp i ept from the lower floors. The rear of Uit cd states hotel on Chestnut Street a adjoined the building and irs Astruc tuii seemed inevitable. The Borders took alarm r and fled for safety the damage from lire was very slight. It was however flooded with water. Robert pile k Mcinroy primers also occupied she building which was owned by. 11. Cow pert i. Wait a and valued at $60,00 1, covered by insurance. Me is. Cowper Waite amp co., booksellers had some $i-,00u Dollar Worth of Stock among the various printing and binding establishments which was mostly insured. A invalid lady mrs. Margaret Christie occupy lag the Ami it a adj duing the United states hotel died during the Tiivi from fright. In Addith n to re other sufferers by the fire should he mentioned Samuel x. Foster who loses about $8.000. The an regate loss is estimated at $313,000. The Stet plates of the a a portrait gallery of Dutia gushed americans a belonging to messes Rice amp Hart Are in the vault beneath the premise if they arc destroyed it will add $45,000 to the loss. One of herring s safes was taken from the ruins it his afternoon containing $40,000 Worth a of jewelry uninjured. Or. By c ii an and a . Buchanan it Strikis a renounced his old attachments for the Missouri Compromise and now goes the Lull figure for the Kansas swindle of Pierce Douglas k Cut it. In a letter to senator Sli Lell. Recent a published in the washing to it ii i Ripon lie a s a it is Well known How i Laboured in company with Southern men to have this line to the a Tewfic Ocean. But it has a parked. The time for it has parsed away and 1 Vei Ialy believe that the lest Zuj he Only Niode now left of putting Down the fanatical and Reck a a a spirit of abolition a the North is adhere to the existing set Lement without the slightest thought or appearance of wavering and without regarding any storm which was be raided against it a mini the election held on monday in Tremont mass. The whole american ticket a selected by a handsome majority. Thi is of it t i a the democrats have Ever been a Rie ated in Fremont. Amu Rica x state . A a a president of americas state Council a pc i in 1 a Call for a meeting of that body in he held at Ali Grinburg on tuesday the u Phi May at 10 o clock a. M. Y Commodore Perry a Book giving an count of his expedition to Japan has Cost govern sent $200,000 in preparing it r publication. Hon. William a. Graham of North rave it Una who was the whig candidate for n ice president in 1852, has declared him a a a a of in favor of Fillmore. Maria Iseji it. In Union township on the 20tl inst or. Josiah Chico Tab of St. Cd air township to min Elizabeth mock of Union to. On the 17th inst., by the Rev Lloyd Knight or. John Moore to miss m try. 1 in Zook both of Middle Woodberry to. On the loth inst., mrs. J3rm Maria Rei Mund aged 83 years 6 months and 15 Days. Mrs. Reimund was of the oldest residents of Bedford. She came Down from a former generation. Sue emigrated from \ Irginia to this county in the year 1794, and during a period of 02 years a a he resided in Bedford much esteemed and highly respected by All who knew her. She was a pious Whitmi also regular and exemplary in her character Aud always showing Forth a deep fervid piety. And now at a Good old a age ii is called Home to receive her Rich Reward in the kingdom of heaven. H. Til ukr urn Valentine Steckman . Boarders taken by the Day week Mouth and car. April 2&Quot 185g�?tf s police. iter of administration hat ing been guru led Tot he Rul Scriber on the estate of joint o v it Lute of the Borough of cd Long Doc. Nil persons indebted to said estate Are hereby notified to make payment immediately and those ing claims against the same will present them properly authenticate d for settlement. David Over adm a Bedford a. April 25, 1550 f till a i 11 by rope Oliosi a a ulv to old to a fresh at the a a c0l0knaee store of Jacob xi220333. Supplies of Troat of Cuti Ovier at prices to Low us a Comuni to l so or it i a Leti us tue al satisfaction of his friends in und out of town. One come All Saits Aud Quick returns comprises in part Ruff Marsai Les grenadines Law us Brilliant cold to k Plain. Barege do lines Ltd a be de Paris tissue. Satin plaid Barege Chain lira ribbons Needle work All kinds. Hardware. Family a a and family groceries. In Short every tiling usually kept in a country store. His Stock is Large and Well selected and Jacob heed a a the Man that will take pleasure in showing his goods whether purchased or nut. April 25. 1h.1a to come motto Fuir his Stock fiotes. Assi Inere. Cashmere. Merino Casim cres. Camlet cloths .1 eans. Cott Nailes velvets. Satin vesting. Florence. Strip Ted s wis. Hare list of retailers of merchandise of the a Ottney of bad j Ford for the year ,7. />., 1856. Bedford Borough class. Tux. A b cram ramp co. 12 12 <>0 \ j 8 and Sotu 14 7 00 n who Las Lions 13 10 in g w Rupp 13 10 co 1 Jacob Reed 13 111 00 1 Samuel shuck a co. 14 7 00 Kelly amp Durdak 14 7 8 Robert Fyan 14 7 00 it John atom hardware 1 4 7 00 a Sonny Tom amp co. 14 7 00 Agnes supp 1� 7 00 or. B f Harry 14 7 00 William Shat fit h 7 00 a or. V c Reamer 14 7 00 go in Lover 14 7 00 Sarah Potts 14 7 00 a Isaac i Pix a 14 7 00 Job Shoemaker amp co. 14 7 00 a a a a in g mini Ich eating House .8 5 00 John j Luther Dot 8 00 a l Defibaugh d it 8 5 00 a Jacob Bollinger do 8 5 00 if tat Prev to Nee township. William states amp co. 11 7 00 Mcelwaney it 7 00 Jacob Barndollar or co. 13 11 00 Janies m 13 10 00 Thomas Ritchey 14 7 00 Monroe towns no. A j Norton 14 7 fri a i Fletcher 11 7 00 Michael Miller 14 7 00 Southampton township. Str in Calmer 14 7 00 j Willi aug lash lev 14 7 00 1 <5 Walters 14 7 00 a Kirk $ fact Cher 14 7 00 Coltrain township. A Jame of Beegle 14 7 00 Diehl 4 Corl 14 7 00 Broad top township. J Lemuel Evan 14 7 fri a Fluck amp Kuchel Harg a 14 7 00 Liberty township. David Berkst Cen or 14 7 00 Lewi putt 14 7 00 j Jacob Snyder id 7 00 a j Cyphers 14 7 00 i William Fisher 14 7 00 1 John Siut fer eating House 8 5 00 sch Olsburg Borough. John s Schell 14 7 00 a b 14 7 of a stat Lor $ son j4 7 my a j snively 14 7 x i Miller Conley 11 7 m w in la it a Seli Ull 4 son 14 7 00 Colvin a a Robeson it 7 00 Juniata township. Turner Rke go 14 7 00 William Reiser 14 7 00 William Platt 4 Broth r 14 7 8 Joseph Goudou 11 7 of f Hude Brand 14 7 00 land Anderi y township. A Thomas j Porter 14 7 0 i a a g Devore or. 14 7 0� 1 Larri son township. V b Wertz 14 7 00 East Providence township. Jothi Nycum 14 7 00 i Dat Black a a 7 00 George Megraw 14 7 00 Hopewell town ii. Jol.11 Dasher 11 7 0� John King brother 14 7 0� Middle Woodberry township. Jacob Brenneman 13 10 00 g r Barndollar 13 10 of j w Duncan 13 10 k putt t 9rother 14 7 00 James l Prince 14 7 8 James s to Tussey eat in g House 8 5 00 Bedford township. Jacob Barnhart 14 7 00 South Woodberry township. James Piper or. 14 7 00 j s r Osier 14 7 0� a i it f Buck m 7 a Eorge Katoff Hifton 11 7 00 Williana s Fluck 14 7 00 St. Clair township. A f d Beglo 11 7 00g 11 a Ranii h 8 Brot Bei 11 7 00 John ii Wright Ltd co. 11 7 00 t b Smith 11 7 00 g 1 Trout 14 7 00 John Beegle 14 7 00 Ninesling Bridaham 14 7 8 Simon 14 7 00 Cumberland Valley township. A Jacob 1 7 of j Jolin May 14 7 o1� 4= and i new q0033s. The Subac Riviers having Jurt returned from the East Are now opening fun l Ltd a a Itig at the stand formerly occupied by has m. Fisher a Large and Well selected Wasoi Brent of Spring and summer Gol 78. Consisting in part of Black and fancy Silks alpacas wines Lawn be Reges brilliants hauls and until his. Telia prints tint a up. Dress trimming n. We Collar from o 1 i i i fit court of common i tens of bed a jord county. In the estate or James k. 1iau.au. Quot it la Treais o. E. . Assignee of w the estate of James k. Hail am did on the 7th Day of april 1806. Hie in the office a the prothonotary of the court of common fleas of Bedford county jus account of sail estate notice is hereby Given to the creditors of said Jas. K. Ila Llam is All others interested in said estate that the honorable judges of our said court have appointed Friday the huh Day of May next for the hearing of the same and for showing cause Why the said unit ought not to to allowed a and in default thereof the said account will be confirmed. Witness the Hon. F. M. Kinin cd a. President of our said court it Bedford the 8th Day of april a d. 18�c. 1. Wash Abadell. Proth a. April 11, 1856. B cents no. Bonnet ribbons bleached and unbleached Muslin from a Ftp up Fin keen Licking paper Muslin crash Hosier it Glove floss and a Large Assort Cut of Man s and in Ivy a Wear All prices Black and Faix summer vesting Caa Tibetts cloths tw4ds and Satlin etts counterpane Irish Large assortment of menus and is it is Sutmire shuts misses hats bonnets boots and so is All sizes and prices in great variety looking glasses amp a. 4c. Golden or Iii. N. O. And sugar House Molas. Kit cig Ltd. N. It it. Crushed clarified and steam sugar spices teas extract of , Rice Cho Coupe Aud Queens Luigi Assort ent of 1 Ebri Isryl 1856. File in the and a Las aware All of which they j Arlt determined to sell cheap. They respectfully invite All in search of bar a gains to give them a Call before . No trouble to show goods. In the court of common pleas of bed Jota county. In the matter of Tiik estate or Saml Bike Milf. 1 a . Siax sex committee of j u v the estate aforesaid did on the just Day twice of the fro a Tho notary of the court of go Moti fleas of i j Bedford comity his account As committee of a the estate of Samuel Beeghl notice is hereby Given to the creditors of i a it trouble to 5�?zo� go,.�. �?~i., smud by Egle. Und a ii other i,.tero�t All kinds of produce taken in Exchange or j Aid to Fulti that the honorable judges. I old in vain court have Apo untre r rid a the tuii Day of May next for the hearing of the same und for showing cause Why the said account Oug lit not to be allowed and in default thereof the mime will in confirmed. Witness the Jjon. F. M. Kiin Mell president of our said court at Bedford the 8th Day of april a. 1856. I. Wash Aba Gil Protu y. Goods it Ca amp a pric j. J. K j. M. Shoemaker. Be la Ord april 18, 185g. New Stoke isow firm fled new tools in the town of St. . "1t7e Ixia leave to inform the Public that we v \ Are now receiving Aud opening an entire new Stock of goods of great variety and All of the latest styles consisting in part of cloths Superior fancy and Black Cassi tigers tweeds and All kinds of Reutler Nevin and ladies a dress goods All the ne11 Spring and summer s j Yles prints from six and a fourth cents up moist Lin de la incs rust in a Tifal styles and finish Muslin bleached and unbleached from a Fly up. Groceries. Queens Ware. Hardware. Hats Caps bonnets. Buckets tubs boots shoes and every thing usually found in stores. Our goods have been selected with great cart from Baltimore and rid Ladelphia markets. And we will warrant them to be All new and Good. A As we Are determined to spare no pains to pleas we Hope by strict attention to business to Merit and receive a Liberal share of the Public patronage. We Are going to sell cheaper than the Charr pts a to Don t forget to Call a i see the great bargains we will offer. No charge Lor allowing goods. A kinds of country produce taken for goods and Tho highest prices allowed by Hein Sling amp Bridah am. St. 11, 1856-c april ii 1856. Public Sale of valuable real inmate. In pursuance of an order t court of Bedford county f the orphans the subscriber will expose to a ale lev Public Vendue or Outor. At the court House in the Borough of Bedford on monday the 5th Day of May Nert a valuable tract or Coal land containing 300 acre More or leis. Situate in Broad top township in said county adjoining lauds of e. P. Pm Dps land late of the heirs of Mcshack Edwards land of a amp Mil ton and Evans and others. Terms Casio. John Dickey adm r of the Rilatt of s. L. Tobias . April 11, 1856. Sheriffs a \ virtue of sundry writs of fifa. To me directed there will be jul Tihe court Lalouve in the Borough of Bedford on sat or Day the 3d Day of May a. D., 1856. It 11 j of clock a. 51., the following described Krai j estate to wit tract of land containing Bare More or lean All cleared and under Fence adjoining lauds of or. Peter Shonnie Igei a heirs David Danes and others situate in Middle Wood Berry township Bedford county and taken in execution As the property of Polard decor a Nock. A also tract of land containing 35 Zeics a More of Ftp a. About 20 acres of which is cleared and under of , with Story and a half log and log a table with threshing floor attached thereon erected adjoining lauds of Jehu Cook Jonathan ii in and Oise a situate in Harrison town ship Bedford county and taken a execution of the property of Henry pm j Baugh. Also. A defundentr9 interest in and to a tract of land containing 104 acres More or a ass about 30 acres cleared and under Fence with a two Story log Riouse and double la it a barn thereon erected adjoining lands of Joseph t Fisher. Richard Suriou Ftp and others situate in Juniata tour ship Bedford county and taken 1 in execution As the property of Henry uni Bangh. Also All defendant a Isaac Keigharn l a Inte rest in and to a tract of land containing 25 a acres More or less about 20 acres cleared and j under Feuce with a two Story Frame House with Kitchen attached and log stable thereon erect j 6 de adjoining lands of Jacob Fetter. John s. A 43 Ritchey Ami others situate in Bedford township. Bedford county and taken in execution As the property of Isaac. Reighard. Also All defendants interest in and to a tract of land containing 7 acre More or less All cleared and under Fence with a two Story log House and log stable thereon erected adjoining a Amis of Jacob Aker. Samuel Berk Heiner and others situate in St. Clair town j ship. Bedford county and Taxera in execution As the property of Jeremiah Elsrode and Sam Uel Kuroda. Also tract of land containing 140 j acres More or less about 10� cleared and Undi j Fence with a two Story Frame House tenant j House log stable and double log barn thereon erected also two Apple Orchards thereon adjoining land of Artel a heirs or. P. Boea bergers heirs and others situate in Middle Woodberry township Bedford county and in execution As the property of David Daniels. Hugh Moore sheriff. Sheriff office april 11,1856. 399 1 William Levi. 419 108 John lev i. 444 16 John Piper 393 112 George Duvet 304 Stask Sun pie. Harrison township. Us 52 w Illiam Piper 104 1 Jno. a and. 250 John Metzgar 400 John met Gar township. 400 John Keil 213 Lancaster. 99 Witchard Clark. I e. a Jill a or. 209 is amp i moans 227 Zoch trial moans 250 Timothy , 212 Robert Shaw. 2oo Wii Iau Nicholas. 4 al it cd 442 457 414 226 401 400 399 350 400 2u0 go 86 479 38c 403 401 164 185 50 55 499 45 list of causes term 5th Day f i tut Down for trial at Mav l 1856. I Sarah Lunan Mullin Charles Stuckey a is Tornel s. Stacker a g. W. Fig an a a a Jacob Snider a granted to the subscriber on the cat ate i c Mamou wealth for Uve a administrators notice. Kate is of administration have been a a a Max use sued Dowagiac Mich March 11, 1856. J. A. Rhodes a a dear sir As i to a of your Luedi cinc to sell on cock Igi Irth it. A a to cure no pay a a take pleasure ill stating its of Racli it a reported to me by three Brot Lici it who live in this place and their Testin Iony s a Lair specimen of All a have received. A. Conklin told me al had taken nine bottles of Christie a ague Balsam and Cootie i rally run Down while using it until Tuy lungs j Anil liver were congested to that degree that blood discharged from my Mouth arid bowels so that All thought it impossible for me to live i through another chill. The doctors too did i All they could for me though 1 must a lie. Nothing did any Good until i got Rhodes fever and and , which at once relic. Eel mgt of tic distress and nausea at my a to a i and pain in Ray head and bowels and pro i diced a permanent cure in a Short time. J h m. says a i had been taking Rno. Dicine As Good a doctor As we have in our. County and taken Tny Quantity of it Nin Irie and specifics without any Good result from i 25 Ai gust to Lith december. But seeing How nicely it operated on my brother i got a Thot Rhodes fever and ague cure which effected a permanent cure by using two j thirds of a s. M. Conk lit was not Here hut both the other Brothers say his Case was Tho same As h. Mrs. Sold the Medicine to both the same Day and the cure w is As speedy from the same a a male Quanti a and 1 might a it spec of a. Yours wit respect. A. Huntington. The above Speaks itself. Good proof As it is it is of no better Tenor than the vast rum Berio like certificates i have already publish i of and the still greater amount that is Contin a itally pouring in to me. 1 thing More. Last year i had occasion a to caution the Public in these words a a i notice firm Tetos am taken of my Cirn tears substituted the name of their my a trunk for my Medicine und then Irith Brazen Imp i de ice Rad their pamphlet with the exc Lama Ion. J i let the proprietor of any Oiler Medicine say As much if he dares,1 a a. Now j take pleasure in saying that the caution a Ferrard to the same a or. Christie a ague Bals Atno that is mentioned in the above Eer Tiff Ente. There Are several other industrious people. Who a a applying to their poisonous trash All j an to regulate the Sals of intoxicating that i pub Isis an tout my fever and ague cure liquors a which will be presented for hearing at a or antidote to malaria except the certificates a a a of Danuel w. Blackburn late of stg air Daniel Baker township deed. All persons indebted to d la Titei Sotis a use said estate Are noted to make immediate a and those having claims or Dentan is a i us a a or nov ague ust it Are requested to make known the a tvs Llardi Uger same without delay to the subscriber living a Cristy at pleasant vile in t Glair township. 5am gel Blackw tuft. Feb. 29, 1840-� Sarah Bixler Esai Adam Kempner Adam Furney John Crisman c. Stone Fern a Assignee Hiram f. Rohm de War i b. Trout Michael samurais Philip Harkleroad Jos. Wolford Daniel Smith l. B. Met Gir a use Samuel Miller administrators Otice. Letters of administration having hem granted to the subscriber using in South Wood Terry township on the a state of Henry a Hetrick late of said township dec Dall per sons indebted to said estate Are Beruby notified j to make payment immediately Ami those hav j lug claim against the same will present Thern j properly authenticated Idi settlement. J Thom to Milf March 28. David c. Long adm r. J0hn Herr Narcross rotary planing machine. J c. s assignees wanted to sell tin rights Ami machine i Fra rotary planing ongoing and Gre of a intr machine. Fogt a Board Sand Plank undo the i Norcross Patent. Also the attachment of the t moulding Mach a which will work a whole a Hoard into i mouldings at operation. This p intent has been tried and decided preme court in Washngton. To by no infringe j ment being Superior to woo i Rorth a machine a apply to it it j. Dale Willow Street above 1 twelfth Philadelphia where the machine can 1� seen in operation. Jan. 18, 18864m a a 7 Lichius Suman a a j. Patterson it al a George i ekes it al Henry Kiser a John Griffith it al a a David Karns a Robert g. Morris 4 Philip s. Croft a Samuel Vond Smith a s. M. Barclays add a St my a Griffith a Job s. Akers William Blair Hunt. Pc . a i b wis it Garver Etal u a ads offs a a a a a s. Aker 44 Christian Ling a j is. S. Beckwith �?�4 Edward b. Trout a Samuel Taylor a Samuel corns a Elias Hite a we. Blair to al a Sanie a John Treadwell a Paul were. 4 same a o. E. Shannon 44 John s. Hetrick John Cessna l 0hit proclamation. Kri Zereas the honorable racism. Pm a v mall president of the several court of common pleas in the comi ties composing the 16th judicial District cud Justice of the courts of Oyer and ter Miner Ami general jail delivery for the trial of capital and other offenders in the said District and Josei i b. Noble and John g. Hartley esquires judges of the courts of common pleas and justices of the court of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery for the trial of a capital and other of fenders in the county of Bedford have issued their Precept and to me a erected for a court of common fleas and general jail delivery and court of Oyer Ami ter Miner at be it it Ord on monday the 5th Tlly of May next. Notice is hereby Given to All the justices of the peace the Coroner and constables within Tho said county of Bedford that they be then und there in their proper persons with their Rolls records and inquisitions examinations and other remembrance to do those things which to their offices and in that behalf Appertain to be done and also they who will prosecute against the prisoners that arc or shall be in the of Bedford county to be then Aud there to pro amp a Cutty them Sha 11 he just. A Quot Hugh Moitre sheriff. Sara riots office Bedford april 11, 1856. Estate of Solomon Hollar de pm Etters to the estate of Lette Solot an will be held at the commissioner a office in Bedford on saturday the 10th a May of May 1856. Levi a new a Pray or a f mercantile tax for the year 1856 april 18. 1853. for lice if. A a to Otice is hereby Given that the following 1. X named persons have filed their petitions for License in the office of the clerk of the j cd Hurt of Quarter sessions in and for the county of Bedford in per Wianco of the of Assembly passed the 31st March 1856, entitled May session 1856, to wit of cure and the certificate of the celebrated j Marv Ann Cook Bedford Borough. Dence township dec a having been granted by the Register a if Bedford coup in to it the undersigned notice is hereby Given that All persons indebted to said estate will be required to make immediate payment and those having claims will provent them properly out lieu i tic ated liar settlement. A Hannah Hollar. Executrix Philip v. Hollar executor we is Providence township april 11, a. D., 1855. Raa 6bra�?T j a or. In. E. Richter having made an assignment of his property to the undersigned for the Tiene fit of his creditors notice is therefore Given to nil persons indebted to said or. Richter to make payment to the undersigned immediately and those having claims Are hereby required to produce them immediately for settlement. Jacob Bernhard. J on at Han Horton assignees. April 11. 1856. Chemist or. Jame. R. Chilton of n. V .,r of its perfectly harmless Chakac-1 or. Which is attached to it every bottle. Traae to distinguish i my Medicine will always serv.1 from imitations. Jas. Rhodes. Proprietor. Providence r. I. For Sale by druggist generally april 25 1856, 3m. A a an election for mayor and counsel a n was held at Hagerstown of Moldav it the americans were successful. A the business of Breeding rag u a a i to be carried of in new York kid gloves arc make out of their skins. A / a he americans recently carried the Tytis Eipl Lection of Riel mond Virginia. To haul majorities. Bed Ovid Hill Tissol Ivllon. A n election w ill be held a the Hall of a the by Dorp Hall Asci atom of tub Bor och am it cd it Rory a of ski it Kori it a on monday the 5th it i in of May next Between the hours of 1 and 5 of clock p. A. To elect five trustees to manage and conduct the affairs and bus new a of said association for Tow ensuing year agreeably to the charter of said association. By order of the Board of trustees. April 11 1850-d look of f Aud save costs. Billle books Aud notes of Peter Kad Haugh al Are left in my hands for collection. Per Sens would do Well to Call and Settle at once or a rusts will be added to them. Samuel Radebaugh March 14.1856-tf. Caution. 1 warn any person or persons from Bunting fishing or otherwise trespassing on my premises As i sin determined to enforce the Law against All without respect to persons so Offen Diug. Peter Barndollar. West Providence to. April 18,1856 a j _ a a tavern. John Hafer Valentine Stockman. 4 a i Espy l. Anderson by Ford township a Johnson Hafer 4 a. John Todd a a. A John a. Gump bloody Ron. A Ephraim Mcdaniel a a John Crouse a a i Bernard o Neal Chaneyville d. L. Defibaugh West Providence to. J 1>. A. T. Black. East Providence to. A John me Ilva inc crossing. A Jamas Eio Holberger lib it Ewell. A a John Broadstone Stoner town. 4< j George Gelbaugh Hopewell to a Jacob Schnebly Woodberry. File nov Fluck a a. Tho. C. Reighard Uuie it a township. Peter Wainick St. Blairsville a Jesse sleek. A a a a George m. Colvin Schellsburg. A a John m. Robison a. George Stuckey Napier to. A it Janies Cornell Clearville. A Valentine v. Wertz Harrison to. A Jonathan feightner4 4 Joseph Fuller Buena Vista. A William Snider in att Onsville. A Valentine Miller Cumberland Valley to. A Elizabeth Haney a a a a Reuben Smith Ranaburg. James Burns Londonderry to. A a j. G. My Nice Bedford Boro eating Ilona John Foster Hopewell. 44 d. Was Habaugh clerk. April 18, 1856 Settle up. 12 e subscriber having disposed of his store. In Bedford is desirous of closing up his books. A persons indebted to him arc a nested to s�tt1e up immediately. His books will be in rim hands of or. Job m. Shoemaker till first july next. Lie is thankful to his friends for the very Gem run support they have yielded him amp inc Iii commencement in this place and cordially Reccio Timens or. Job m Bho smoker As a Young Man of Good business habits of strict hoi Enty capacity and integrity and who will not fail to Grieg Mineral satisfaction to Ray customers and thu Public. Elias m. Fisher. March 14, 1856-3 m. male am female Seminary. T wanted at Reeds colonnade wheat Rye Oats com and buckwheat a also All other approved produce in Exchange for Good at Cash Price. A a 4 a he Sacona session of this institution will com Neuce on monday january 21st, 1856-Tlie session will be divided into two snarl a of 11 sucks each without a vacation. Rates of tuition As follows Viz common English her Quarter $3,00 to which will be added for each higher Branch i 75 each ancient language l2e the entire amount of the above no a to exceed six dollars extras. I i awing and painting of the different Var ele from $3 to 800 lesson on piano Lojos vocal music 2 lessons per week 1�h incidentals Fqy boarding can he secured on reasonable Tern i Compton township Drca a. By order of the Trust Elf d. Hain Sherg. Dee. 7,1855. A j registers of Rae a april 8, 1856. Washabaugh. Prot y. Protho is office april 11.1856. Register s notice. 4 la Persona interested either As heirs Cre a. Ditomo otherwise Are hereby notified 1 Itiat the following named persons have filed to rate accounts in the Register s office and that they will in presented to the orphans court of Ile Ilford county of Friday the 9th Day of a May next for confirmation. To Winch time Aud place they May attend if they think account cd o. , Esq., of John Bla Ukleya a minors. The account Ltd of John Cessna Esq. Guir Dian of Daniel w. Blackburn now Dick a j the account of Jesse Blackburn guardian i of Roa ser now dec a. A the account of Jos. Mcdaniel. Adm a of Daniel Manspeaker Witeof West Providence. Dec a. The account of Samuel l. Russell Esq., j exp or of the last will amp a. Of Solomon Fil ice. Late of the of Bedford . J the account of gift Gorge w. Williams administrator of an Crew no tiler a lec a who was adm a of Jacob Miller late of Harrison township dec a. The account of George w. Wini oms administrator of Andrew Millr dec a who was guardian of Ann Studebaker. The account of John Montgomery. Adm a of Jonathan Baily late of Bethel to. Deed. The second account a of Job Mann Esq., administrator of Jos. S. Morr son late Ltd of the City of St. Louis . The account of John Mower and . Wise giver Esq is executors of the last will . Of John Wisegarver late of St. Clair township Doc. The count of Hiram lent/., of the administrators of Henry Duffy late of the Borough of Bedford dec a. The account of Conrad Harding or. Guardian of George Houcks minor children. Tho final account of get Gorge w. Williams execute Rof the last will &�., of John Williams late of Napier town lip . The account of George w. Fig i acting execute it a of the last will ac., of James i Gard. Late of Broad top township dec a. The account of John Dickey adm r of s. L. Tobias late of Middle Woodbey township dec a. The account of we. H boor. Adm a of Nicholas boor late of Cumberland Valley township dec a. The account of Joseph Dull Esq., adm a of Joseph Nedro late of Juniata township . The account of Jacob Krona adm a of David Roods late of Napier township dec a. The account of John m. Smith. Adm a of Samuel Harbough. Late of St. Clair township dec a. The account of James Taylor adm a of mrs Margaret Taylor late of Napier township dec <1. The account of John Mower Esq., of the executors of Matthew Wall late of bed Foni Borough dec a. The account of Simon Nycum adm r of or. David m. Hudson late of East Providence township dec a. The account of Berj. Mills sex or of the last will dec of George Mill late of Monroe township dec a. The account of Benj. Mills sex Oigt of the last will 4�?Tc�?T- of John Mills late of Monroe township dec a. The account of Patrick Donahoe. Adra r of the estate of Solomon Rice late Oto South Register it Jie Parton Rush up he Reto fore exist ing w Een al the undersigned trailing under he name and firm of Sansom a Neihart in the dry Good business has this Day been dissolved by Mutual consent. All persons indebted to said firm Are requested to hive their accounts settled up by tit 1st of mar. The books Anil accounts will be found in the bands of a. J. Sansou until that time. A. J. San som. We. Gerhart. April 1, 1856. The undersigned will continue the business in the room lately occupied by is i pc Lippel on the Corner a a a Juliana and Pitt streets opposite or. Inc. Reamer s drug and Book store where he will be Happy to see All his Friend a. J. Sansom. To Kas t al re Ssali. Of hse Lesb lands. 4 to tie provisions of an a. Of Assembly directing the Mode of Seliag unstated lands Lor taxes and other purposes pissed the 15th March 1815. And the supplements thereto passed the 13th a a a match 1817. And the 25th Day of March 1836, and the 9th a Lay of March 184c, the treasurer of the county of Bedford hereby gives notice to All persons concerned a that unless t in county state school a to a Road to xes due on the following tracts of unseated lands situate in Bedford county Are paid before the Day of Sale the whole or such parts of each tract a will pay Tho axe Sand the Cost chargeable thereon will be sold it the court House in the Borough of Bedford on the second monday 977/ Day of june next for the arrearage of taxes due and the costs accrued thereon Aud said Sale will be continued Troia a Lay to Day until All Are disposed of. David Over treasurer. Treasurer s office Bedford March 28,1856. \ Bedford township. A go wish Aid Londonderry township. Daniel Green. John Sample Robert Sample Joseph Sample James Shaw John King f. Abbott Thomas Mccall Samuel m. Barclay Mulford tread Well Samuel a. Barclay Liber y township. Edward Alberti we. T. Daugherty Abel putt tie Gorge Thompson tunes . J la Niel m Ontgomery William Montgomery. Margaret Montgomery Monroe township. Jacob a. Wink Sansom Wink j Imes Means Daniel Means John trove. Elizabeth Swart welder i Hugh Wilson Napier township. 156 John of Neal 200 Job Mann East Providence township. 421 George Deweese 40 elis i Barton 40 Aaron Barton 60 Charley Mclaughlin 400 George Hess 100 Jacob Ritchey 400 William Long 400 William Oravic. 431 h John Crosby Providence township. 37 Solomon Williams 447 ii Jinnah Alberti 2< 2 Nicholas Hammond 301 Lemuel Gustine West i Ordence township. 110 Ezikiel King St. Clair township. 4 lot Jacob Iukes heirs 100 John Stiffler Southampton township. 439 Joseph Cooper 4u4 Daniel Huff 340 Jacob herring 100 Michael Havener 414 John Kerr 20.i James Riggs 339 Stephen feed 439 William Reed 48# James Reed 434 Comelius Cooper 1<�u George f. Alberti 46-�?Tj William Beil 136 Isaac Hunter Union township. 490 John Swiggart 4 h Leonard Swaggart. 266 Alexander Gardner 116 William Smith 43 Samuel Burke 116 John slew 100 Jume , 50 Frederick Snyder. 315 Jeremiah Jackson 411 Jacob Swiggart 44 a William Pierson 449 Branham 120 Conrad int scr 2<�0 Bristley Bowser 100 George lath 1 h Jacob Burket 150 Peter Shoenberger 490 John still 306 Adam Black. 200 Marcus Irvine 322 Michael Shimer 400 Michael shinier 439 Griffith Evans 408 Philip Stine 43j Wilson Hunt 43s Alexander Scott i 127 Peter �124 Peter Shoenl Ergo a 40 Peter Shoenberger South Woodberry township. Acres and warrantees amount of Perche. Or owner. Taxes. 383 Jacob Funk. $ 1 16 10 Alexander Boyd 1 20 Broad of township 245 Joshua e Lward. 1 17 lot Ivl Uiato Edwards 1 17 3� John Grove 16 365 William Gray 1 52 499 Charles Richard. 1 44 292 Peter Kegrice 2 02 1 h Muracca Wheeler 75 97 Abraham Kerns. 24 47 . Daugherty 1 26 16 William Figard. 12 3 h Barclay amp Foster 60 189 Francis moan 2 Iii 325 112 Williatt Ward 1 95 400 Jacob Myers 2 50 400 Robert Sharp 2 50 344 Benjamin Price 1 20 431 Abraham Henry 1 20 396 120 James Razon 1 29 50 we. T. Daugherty 28 400 James Patton 1 20 18 Josiah Pangan 24 399 William Burn. 1 20 431 Montgomery thomis 4 2 372 Samuel l. Tobias 1 36 433 Margaret Montgomery 1 56 36 James Conley 1 95 400 Philip Murray 2 58 Colerain township 22 Philip Diehl. 1 24 406 Christian Diehl 1 20 439 David Plessner 1 32 424 William Scott 1 28 399 John Smith 1 20 so Raiser Dull 36 �00 Samuel William 2 24 50 Philip Diehl 48 100 John Hartleroad 96 35 John Ste Kraan 48 Cumberland Valley township. 354 128 Robert Levi 48 1 20 1 2r 1 3b 88 1 0# 4w 2 f.7 4 id a t�?~0 go 28 1 48 2 59 2 8? a 25 1 24 48 5 1 0 40 1 20 1 32 1 a. 1 32 1 24 a it 1 29 1 8t> 1 80 1 8t> 60 1 44 24 7t 36 1 44 1 32 88 88 4� 48 �?T6 12 2 09 4 80 2 60 1 80 26 12 2� 36 1 99 1 60 1 64 49 1 80 1 20 1 �2 48 1 20 1 82 1 2� 1 04 1 02 1 20 30 1 00 1 04 1 20 1 20 �6 1 2 2 <j8 96 go 2 if. 1 04 62 88 88 2 2 64 3 96 1 80 60 1 20 88 5 00 2 28 1 20 4 41 6 00 2 64 2 44 2 61 2 60 16 8 68 24 474 William Montgomery 3 c2 212 Robert Shaw 1 24 440 Peter Shaw 2 64 51 106 Martin Loy. 32 24 m Martin Lov 1 2d 64 100 . Hut Ricu. 82 Woodberry township. 496 Robert George 5 85 416 Joihn a targe a 80� 421 Alexander Boyd b 85 4-si Alexander Montgomery 6 8j> 432 Hannah Montgomery 5 85 845 win Sun Montgomery 6 by it 194 Daniel or Paul Wertz 1 5, 1 h la cry swoop = h Middle Woodberry township. 10 Martin ii song. 66 40 John Watt 1 8�9 117 Daniel Montgomery 7 44 Iso Daniel Mot Gomery 2 40 4ijo Margaret Montgomery Law 65 Loo Andrew Baker 1 29 29 Andrew rosie84 a it Philip Croft 42 10 Adam so a uder �8 lot no 72 Jacob struck 63 lot no 74 Jacob St Rock 1 59 partnership. John Clark amp we. A. B. Clark having formed a partner a hip in the tanning he., the business heretofore carried on in Schell Burg by John Clark will now be conducted by and m the name of John Clark St son. Notice. Persons having unsettled accounts with the nne a Are called i upon to attend to them promptly and i have them closed. More particularly no in to that have been standing some time Shouki and Maui we attended to and if in some cases person Are not prepared to close 24of Tiu they must at least attend to them. 1 a a John Clark. March 14, 1856�?3 m. A. King. For. Jordan Law partnership. Lit a Jordan. Altorn s let la a Bedford fa., i i i. Or in tick in to e a Ltd to a Ltd t it a a a Ford and adjoining co tint its. Age Neiert Tbs hot loud. And All other our nest Intro Ste to their care will be promptly and Faith lev attended to. Office in Juliana Street formerly a a cup of a v i. 11. Hofius. Esq and More recently in use occupancy of Jos. Mann Esq. A a i x a i 1 c

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