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Bedford Inquirer And Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 08, 1856, Bedford, PennsylvaniaBedford inquirer and chronicle. It Vedoa in behalf of the f Zooi Ottati in Horace a a As a Sicre work of partisan drill.5�?T Hare Coorg a it seems this Quarter or Asif Sere Iboa and Koros like that whisk jumped dem tic we of Drencko Bow Fey As Ranj in Deon Wailtl wot �va4 to get to a Caber a corp a a guard of tire dam Cracy the very tiling the ecu Crney san do is 10 care in is they Fowe in Nort Lien and Western new York were a w a not is weeded to find a he amp a who will May he is co to vote the name of Fremont every where nc.6 like a rapid Eaic a a Oft Tho broker. Pio Clarc by re-<>iuiant3 7ho question for Ili now is our hot Havana link one a the Torres Pendur of to e har Ruburg 7v/e-�_ mph to Ting a bashing Toni a Irv str tier Date of juy 10,b, thus lays himself. In to Thuc Wrath of the democrats a the i euro Tracy came together a few. Sings ago i a caucus Ami what do you think was Vamp subject to be discussed 1 would Mot. Venture to Tell you except upon tip authority of a Friend of or. Buchan a who said that such was the fad name in the propriety of withdrawing or. Bur u an an from the canvass the announce meet of the proposition however produced As i am informed a grand flare up on the it two Souie of the Buchanan men from Vna Sylvania i presumed Aud the uttering 0f threats that if anything of the kind i be attempted the party should be Dowd sky High and scattered in fragments broadcast. The object was not persisted in t Ali simple fact that such an idea envied the Heads of any portion of the do pm Tracy Here is proof that they begin to in that the Bucko should never ave been started trom his Lair at Chat Aad Aud that Bis chances for reaching the of Reid dirt Ial chair have been becoming a a Small by degrees and gradually less a for min be Ririe past. La View of the extract which we Lay be freon a readers of consideration of those which a a a now present on recalling to Leui it re the number of hitherto prominent Loco politicians and presses who have an a Aneed that they can go no deeper in the a Lough of slavery and Ruffia ism does the Public not think we might venture to ask a will or. Buchanan decline a shying tin Van Huron s enlargement of Buchanan s nomination is causing quite a stir among the Southern demo lick the very name of Van Buren is off a if a to the Southern democracy and his adherence to Buchanan will greatly increase the strength of Fillmore everywhere a a a it uth of Mason and Dixon a line. 1 a a a m just from the Sute of Iowa Aud a Strong Buchanan Man states that the publication of or. Fillmore a speeches his put a new face on the presidential Prospect in that state. The mass of the people he says with regret appear to by going in for Fillmore Aud he predicts Fillmore will carry the state.�?. Jmar. Organ. The Central georgian published at Isa Myersville heretofore Neutral has raised the Fillmore Aud Donelson Flag and in doing so says 44 we dread the consequences of to wild and dangerous progressive Posiey nuo elated at Cincinnati. We Are not for running a tilt against nations and the rest of Mankind to carry out on own Peculiar s Sale. R virtue of sundry writs of Pifa. To me directed there will be sold at the court Lions a in the Borough of Bedford on monday 1st., Day of september 1856, at 1 of clock a the following described real estate to wit also one tract of unimproved Mountain land containing 400 acres More or loss adjoin my lands of cum Bell Endrekson William Gil lion anti others situated in Cumberland Valley a p., Bedford county and taken in execution As the property of William Hemming. Also in the hands of administrator All the right title Aud interest of Robert Stewart dec a in and to tract of land containing 400 acres More or lets on the top of Martin Hill and to Uig unimproved situate and lying partly in Cole Rahi and partly in Southampton to. Bedford county adjoining lands of John Cessna in right of Mary wind on the North lands in right of Sel Castiau of the South lands in right of Jacob Whetston on the vast lands in right of Jacob Wiland on the West and taken in execution a the property of Robert Stewart Doc a. Also All the right title and interest of defendant John Corr supposed to be the undivided half of a tract of land containing 21 acres and sixteen perches More or less adjoining lauds of Michael Moses Rebecca sleek John Wolf and others situate in St. Clair tp., Bedford county Aud taken in execution As the property of Joba Herr. Also one tract of land containing 105 acres More or less about 75 acres cleared and under Fence with a two Story log House and Kitchen attached Aud double to Baru thereon erected also a Apple Orchard thereon adjoining lands of James Allison esq., Jesse Blackburn and others situate in Napier township Bedford county and taken in execution As the properly of Nathan Garret Sou. Also one tract of Laud containing 110 acres More or less about 50 acres cleared and under Fence with a Story and a half log House and double log Baru tier you erected adjoining lands of John a ills Jonathan Miller Augustus Gree Awatt and others situate in Napier township Bedford county and taken in execution As the property of Maria Taylor. Also one lot of ground in the town of Wood Berry Iron King 0u feet on the put Tourville and woo Doerri Turnpike Road an i extending Back clout 200 feet to lands of g. K. Bar Dollar with a two Story rough cast tavern House and store room and Trabuc stable thereon erected and As no. 5 in general a Dan of said town adjoining lot of or. Samuel Smith of the North Aud lot of s. J. Costner on the South situate in Middle Wood Berry tp., Bedford a of duty and take in execution a the property of Jacob Schnebly. Also Oik lot of ground containing about one acre More or less with a two Story log House and log stable thereon erected adjoining lauds old Henry Kauffman John Bowser Auu others situate in St. Clair tp., Bedford county and taken la exo cution As tiie property of Conrad Apple Ian. Also All of defendants interest in an to a tract of Laud Coutair Piug a to sores More or less about 45 acres cleared Aud tinier Fence with 2 two Story log houses Spring houses and 2 double log barns thereon erected also 2 Apple Orchards thereon adjoining lands of Edward Ward now John Keeffer a Hus on the East Jacob sleek now George Lekes on the West and re ter song in right of William Swagar on the South and now in the Possession of Andrew Adams Mary Bowen and George Lekes and Tafeen in execution As the property if Auu Anderson. David Robb Aud wife and Jane Anderson now Jane Mordican deign debts situate in St. Clair tp., Bedford county. A All of defendant Samuel Sloan a right title and interest in Aud to a tract of land containing 75 acres More or less about 4u acres cleared and under Fence with an old cabbie House thereon erected adjoining lands of Rachel and Margaret Dolton win. T. Daugherty Edward b. L Roui and others situate in St. Clair tp., Bedford county Ami taken in execution 1 As the property of ski oui 8 o in. Also ail the right title and interest of Joseph i. Arbaugh in the following property to wit ? one tract of Laud containing 100 acres More or j less about 60 acres of which is cleared and under Fence with 2 one Aud a half Story log houses log la Aru. Log stable Aud other out buildings thereon erected also an aple Orchard thereon adjoining lauds of thus Ahi Sou George a Duvis William Barefoot and of others situate in suck air tp., Bedford county Aud taken in execution As the property of Joseph h. Harbin go. Hugh Moore sheriff. A sheriff s office aug. 8, 56.�?3t. a notice. I a treks of administration having been -1 a granted to the subscriber on the estate of Daniel Diehl late of Harrison tp., dec a ail indented to said estate Are requested to make imm dub payment and those having claims against the same will present them properly authenticated for settlement. Hen Kip. Diehl adm a. Ang. 8, l856.-6t. Col Craig tp., o i s i Gurjiv july �?~27th 1850, by atm. J. Listner kaq., or. John putt of Liberty township to Iii non Iron a Dan it Ltd of a Apt. Henry Kiden let our of Middle Wood Bun township bed in re a of duty. Ii. I r 1 a a he Iii Bil a a a a died. In Liis Borough on the 10th nit., Edmi i d. Son of i rata and Mary Lentz aged 13 years and 9 Mouths. The decease d was a smart and interesting Little boy and was a favorite with those who know him full Ludwar Sill subscriber will sell at private Sale a i valuable farm of fir3trate Innes Tono land. It tasted in Middle Wood Berry f Bedford minty pa., containing 180 acres about 1 a by re s Cut ared and und or Good Fence and in a ii of cultivation the balance is Well Tim-1. With a Good two Story House and a Large a 1 building attached. A Flroa Glt of Baik barn a a thrashing floor tenant Bouse Wash and House and All other out buildings require 1 on a farm. Also a never failing Spring of Ines tone water near the buildings. Any per-�1 wishing to Marci base such a property will do a i to Call on the subscriber living on the Weiss. Samuel Buck. Aug. 8,1856. W a hit Procoli Iima. Huh was the it Orabie Francis m. Kim Volt prefer Ieni of the Iovu no Roarta of common Picas in the counties composing the a it fri judicial District and Justice of the courts a Oyer Aud i a Tuiner. And general jail deliver. For the trial of capital and other offenders the said District and Joseph b. Noble and g. Hab text esquires judge of the yrs or common plea and justices of the a Murtof Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery for the trial of All capital Aud other senders in the county of Bedford have is. ��1 thi in Precept Ami to me directed for hold a Quot a court of common plea and general jail Beli Vety and court of Oyer not i menu inert Bedford on monday the 1st., Day of sep Limber u it. No Otic is Brieby Given to All a a a just Cut of the peace the Coroner and to of it a Nus with Iube sail county of Bedford that hey be then and there in their proper Petrous Wuh their Rolls records and inquisitions sex Nic Tiona and other remembrances to do most things which to their offices and m that i 4ppertn to by done and also they who no prosecute against the prisoners that Are or a halt in Theja i of Bedford county to be Beu a Uia i Ere to prosecute await us to them As lbs ii be jj"1 Hugh Moore sheriff t i8,g. A i. Persons interested either As heirs Credi i Tofa or otherwise. Are hereby notified that the following named pm Mia live tiled their accounts in the registers office and slut they a will be presented to the orphans court of Beu Furd county on Friday Tfir a h Day of Sepien. Fer next tor confirmation at which time they May attend if they think proper the account of Amos Viertz administrator of Mary Statler late of Juniata tp., Dee d. The account of j. B. Noble esq., executor of the last will etc., of Jacob w arking late of Nouty Wood Berry tp., dec a. The account of u. E. Shannon guardian of he minor children of Solomon Rice late of Southampton tp., do cd a. The account of Jesse Blackburn executor of the last will etc., of Levi Lashurn hate of St. Clair tp., dec a. The account of Fredrick Smith guardian of John Feight minor Sou of John Koishi Hue of cd Olen in tp., dec a. Beac Cottoni of John Burger adm a of Susan Burger lat it South Wood Berry tp., dec a. The account of John Mower guardian of Victoria one of the minor children of we. Tate dec d. The account of David Shaffer one of the re a Ora of the last will etc., of Heury Shaffer late of Colerain tp., dec a. The account of John Cessna one of the exp ors of the last will etc., of Baler Morgart late of West Providence tp., dec a. The account of Samuel Blackburn adm a of Daniel w. Blackburn Ute of St. Clair tp., dec a. The account of Adam stayer Adinor of Mary stayer late of South Woodberry to dec a the of court of Henry Diehl and we. England adm a of Isaac Bingaman late of Cole rain township dec a. The account of Geo. H. Spang esq., of Elias s. Hook late of Cumberland Valley tp., deed. The account of John s. Holsingr one of the exp Ora of Christian mock late of St. Clair tp., dec a. The account of Samuel Corn add no a of the estate of Mary Samton i late of St. Clair tp., dec a. The account of Francis Donahoo adm a of James Don a Hoe late of Southampton tp., dec a. The account of Jacob Casper and David Stonerook and mrs a of Jacob Smith late of Middle Woodberry tp., dec a. The account of Jacob s. Brumba ugh Adinor of Jacob Biddle late of South Woodberry in. Dec a. _ i. Washabaugh registers office aug. 8, 18ac. of pauses put Ron trial at soft. Term 1st Day 1856. Geo Mullen is j Patterson it al j s Morrison a and mrs a is Crusher amp thou a Sarah a Stuckey is Henry Keyser g w Figart is Griffith 6t the it mos m Mceldowney is Sami Williams it al j Patton it al is k Lockart g Colfelt is Sami Amich Juo Bride Ham is same a j Dunlap it al is Asa Duval Sami Davis is John James d Patterson use is s. Vondersmith Jas Reynolds a s m Barclay s and mrs a Phillip weasels adm rvs e l Anderson Hohman amp Christy is h a b Railroad co Wood in Devereux is John Figart m Barthelow is Jacob hippie 7/ k room is Edward b Trout is inc Lippie is f Honmau Edward b Trout is Sami Taylor Henry Johnson is Joseph Lea sure Jacob Stockenus is Danl b Troutman Joshua filler is Sami Williams John Dasher is James Entriken Joseph Harbaugh is John Harbaugh it al William Smith is Charles Smith Isaac hulls and mrs svs John Hull j Morehead of al is Christopher a ugly. D. Washabaugh proxy. Aug. 8, 1856. Lilston last saturday night August 2d, somewhere about town a splendid double cased Silver Laver Hunting watch four Bole jewels any person leaving or giving information at this Orrice of said watch will be liberally rewarded by its owner. Aug. 8, 1856.-if.Bedford c0usty Institute. There will be a teachers Institute held in Bedford commencing on monday the first Day of september and continue four Days. All teachers school director and others who take an interest in the improvement of our common schools Are earnestly invited to be present and participate. Arrangements have been made to make the lectures an 1 cd a raises interesting and profitable to a la and More especially to teachers. A number of Able lecturers from abroad Are expected a also the superintendents of the neighbouring counties. Lectures will be delivered on the various branches of education and the Best methods of teaching them. The whole theory Ond practice of leaching will be fully Aud ably treated. Teachers will have an Opportunity to take an Active part in the exit Reid of if they wish. Even should they prefer to be silent visitors they cannot Fai to be vastly befitted am fully convinced that their time is Well spent. Females will be boarded by the citizens free of Ali charge and males will be charged half Price at the hotels. It is to be hoped und expected that All the teachers of the county will be present by their counsel advice and assistance Aid in advancing the great cause of education in Clev rating the teachers profession in promoting his usefulness it Large and in making the common schools of our county second to none in to state. Como one come ally a Hearty Welcome awaits you. Most of the Best teachers in the county have we unified their intention to be Prpa Cui and participate. T. R. Gettys county sup t. A tig 7, 1s5g. A h. Shires machine shop. The widers a tied respectfully Annona Civ to the Farmers it of Bedford and i adjoining counties and the Public in general that he has now on hand at his shop in Bedford a Large assortment of thrashing machines which includes his four horse Premium machine. It a a ii remembered that this machine took the first Premium at our county fair last fall. M is constructed with tumbling Shaft and strap combined also four horse tumbling sin it machines of the very Best kind two and three horse tumbling she it i it Ower and our old and Well known our horse strap machine which strength and durability cannot to surpassed anywhere. Farmers will please notice that Sean now prepared to furnish machines on the most favourable and accommodating terms and at the very purest prices possible horses Grain lumber and amp ii kinds of Trade will be taken in payment for machines. All kinds of repairing of machines of different kinds Aud All Otic fanning utensils done on the most reasonable terms Ott every Best materials Aud at the shortest notice. T7-a11 our machines warranted one year if properly used. Please come this Way for a Good Aud cheap machine. Peter h. Shirks machines. Augi Wrt 1, 1856. Hot1ce letters of administration Haring been granted to the subscriber on the estate of Samuel Blackburn late of Pleasantville St. Clair township dec Dall persons indebted to said estate Are hereby notified to make payment immediately and those having claim against the same will present them properly authenticated for settlement. R. Miller attn a. July 25 1856. St. Clair m Lio Dilsat the c0l0wade store. Rifle undersigned Are just receiving and open Xing at colonnade store a fresh Supply of new goods consisting in part of French Needle worked collars Lack silk and feet mitts assorted co lord kid gloves. Bonnet and Mantua ribbon Black silk cravats fancy Casimer Mireno Casimero Black Gro de Rhine Silks belts assorted colors hosiery of All kinds also a prime lot of groceries consisting in part of sugar Coffee Tea syrups molasses Rice indigo tobacco amp a. 6cc. J. Amp j. M. Shoemaker. August 1st 1856. Removed. The undersigned take this method of informing their old customers and the Public in general that they have removed their entire Stock of goods from the West end of Bedford to the Coronade store lately occupied by capt. J. Reed where they will be pleased to see All who tray favor them with u Call. All kinds of produce taken in Exchange for goods. Thankful for past favors they Hope by fail dealing and a desire to please to continue to receive a Liberal share of the Public patronage. Bedford july 25, 1855. J. Amp j. M. shoes and gaiters. Just received at Shoemaker s colonnade store ladies misses childrens and gents shoes. And also ladies Aud crests gaiters. August 1, 1856. Notice. Is hereby Given that the next session of the Allegheny male and female Seminary wiil commie ice on tuesday the i the Day of August inst., by order of the trustees. John Pollock. August 1, 1856. Letters of administration upon the estate of Samuel Cromwell late of Bedford Borough dec a having been granted to the subscriber notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said estate to make payment without delay and those having claims against the same Are notified to present the same Luly authenticated for settlement. Fyk. Jordan Adra r. Bedford july 25, 1856. To Tice. Letters testamentary on the last will and testament of Elwood Farmer late of the Boro of Bedford dec a. Having been granted to the subscriber residing in said Boro notice is therefore Given to All persons indebted to the estate of said dec a to make payment immediately and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement. Charlotte l. Hajtek july 25, 1856. Executrix. School. George Sigafoos thankful for the patronage received in the past would respectfully announce to the citizens of Bedford a a Vicinity that he Wili commence the 2d it Arter of his school August 11th next in the lecture room of Toje lutheran Church which will be neatly fitted up for that pure we. No pains will be spared to Advance hta upion in their studies and strict attention will be Given to the health and morals of All i pupils. Terms of 1 tuition per Quarter As primary $3,00�?practical. $3jx>�?natural sciences and mathematics $4,00. G. Six afros. July 25, 1854.More new if Lodi. Just received at Reeds new store a fresh Supply of late style Aud fancy goods embracing a Large lot of ladies dress goods French Needle worked collors a oct Silks Gros de rhinos blk silk fringe. I lulled Swiss. Stripped ditto Plain a Unsook Bonnet ribbons Mantua ribbons blk silk cravats Byron collars Merino Ca a a Tuere gents half Hose mixed at Bro. Also a prime lot of family Gro orries consisting of Sagar Coffee teas no. Molasses Rice Corn tar i Farina ice a. July 18, 185c. M Manny s combined reaper and Mower with a Woods improvement. A Fah Meks of Bedford and big in coun Liea Are informed that this justly celebrated machine can be had by application to a. W. Jackson a. De Armit fur Blair and Bedford con Dies. July 11.1856-p. Adf torn a notice. A pc Totice is hereby Given to All Jim sons infer ested that the undersigned los been a 1 pointed by the orphans court f Bedford county auditor to distribute thi balance in a the hands of John Dickey. Amp Istratov of. Samuel l. Tobias esq., dec a Torind Giuong All those entitled to the same and that 1 will it nit for that purpose at my office h lie Borough of Bedford on tuesday the 221 4�y of july inst. At one of clock Whit and where All who think proper May attend. John Mower. Moor. July 11, 1856. 1 Hiie. Letters of administration on the estate of atm. Anderson late Ltd Broad top township Bedford county Deew Sai having la urn granted to the undersigned til persons indebted to said estate will Pleate al Ike Jay mint without delay and those a avg claims will them to Lemuel Evans Lewis and Trof la of r Muling in Broad i top to Mussij july 11, 1856-1�?T admin Trator s notice letters of administration Luvigi been granted to the subscriber 1 ving a South h Sodberry township on the estate f John Teeter late of Monroe township Dum. All persons indebted to said estate Are in tried to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present Thiu pro poly authenticated for settlement. A a m be Trig. Edmini tatar. July 18, i856.-f a in stray boar. Came to the premises of the subs Ber living in St. Clair township Abou the first of mar last a White boar be about one year old with a crop out it the left tar no other Marks recollected. Tie owner is requested to come Forward prove Rojt erty charges and take him away. Christopher Algle. July 18, 1856�?c school motile miss r. S. Procter will resume the duties of her school in the lecture room of the presbyterian Church on monday the 11th of August inst., and respectfully solicits a share of the Publ patronage bed a do a 25, �?T66.�?St. Bakery and ice Cream salons up he subscriber thankful Lor the w t Ron age l heretofore extended him by a 1 i eral Public tenders Bis thanks and he woul respectfully inform them that he has real cd and opened a new and Choice lot of cd sections among which Are candies nuts fouls he also keeps groceries such a sugar Coffee Tea molasses. Cheese. Candles a also All descriptions of cakes and will service dding and other parties on Short notice a a Coulee tons and cakes. He has a tend up an Ltd refitted his be Cream Saloon in a Superior style where he Rill let a always ready to serve his friends and be Public with Good and highly hovered creams lie will also serve parties to order. His stand is opposite the of Fellows building whore he feels confide it hat those who give him a Call will not go Alay disappointed John j. Lir ukr. June 27, 1866. Daguerreotypes amp Reader have you Ever heard of Getys inimitable daguerreotypes ? if not Gott once to Bis Saloon and see for yourself and Ivou want a likeness of yourself or friends a tin As nature and Art combined can make it that is the place to get it. If you want a Pietre put up in to Troat approved style and of the Best Mats Riise or in Short if you want the Worth of you Noney in a splendid Daguerreotype it am Bro Tot go to Gettys As he is the Only artist in Bedfor Dion qty who can take the new style of Daguer Maypes Aud ambr types. Joe a Parea no pains to give full sat fiction and permits no picture to go out until the is confident it will do so. Having just returned from thee Ash is in Possession of All the late in the Art and can assure his Patron that Dan in Rokab them with a style of pictures not then by any other person in the county. Rooms at the a a Exchange build go or Odd Fellows Hsii immediately above the store of a. B. Cramer. T. R. Getys or. June 6th, 1856. John Clark a we. A. B. Cark having formed a partnership it in the a inning 4c., the business heretofore carried on Schellsburg by John Clark will now be conduced by Aud in the name of John Clark and so notice. Persons having unsettled sonnets with the under Sigried Are Callow up onto a attend to them promptly and have them owed. More particularly accounts that have we standing some time should and must be at tided to Ang if in some cases persons Are no prepared to close in lev they must at cart attic to them. Joh Clark. March 14, 1856-2m. Auditors notice. The undersigned appointed by the orphans court of Bedford county to distribute the Money in the hands of Daniel b. Wisegarver Aud John Mower esquires executor of the last will and testament of John we Scharver late of St. Clair township dec a will attend to the Dutin s of his appointment on Tesdal the 12th Day of August next at his office n Bedford when Ami where those interested Cau attend if they desire. Job Mann. In Tutor. July 11,1856.by auth0eity. Imron Durnin to the to on St Ilion of the Commonwealth. Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the of in general Tisson Plymel that the following amendments Are proposed to the Constitution of tie coir it on wealth in accordance with the provisions of the tenth article thereof. First amendment. There shall be an additional article to said Constitution to be designated As article eleven As follows a article Public debts. Sect 1 of 1. The state May contract Dius. To Supply casual deficits or failures in revenues or to meet expenses not otherwise provided for but the aggregate amount of such debts direct Ond contingent whether contracted by virtue of one or More acts of the get eral Assembly or at different periods of rime shall never exc Cen seven Hundred and fifty t Housand dollars and the Money arising from the creation of such debts shall be applied to the mrose for w hich it was obtained or to repay the debts so contracted Ault to no other Pur Poto whatever. Section 2. In addition to the above limited state May contract debts to Lopol invasion. Suppress insurrection defend the state in War or to redeem the present outstanding indebtedness of the state but the in obey a is aug from the contracting of such debts shall lie applied to the purpose for which it was raised or to repay such debts Ami to 30 other purpose whatever. Section 3. Except the debts above specified in sections one Aud two of this article no debt whatever shall lie created by or on behalf of tin state. Sit Ign 4. To provide for the payment of the present debt and any additional debt contracted of torn said the legislature shall at its first session alter the Ailo Tiou of this amendment create a sinking fund which shall be sufficient to the accruing interest on such debt and annually to reduce the principal thereof by a sum not Leas than two Hundred and fifty thousand dollars which sinking god so Mil consist of the net annual income of the Public works from time to time owned by cub state or the proceeds of the Sale of the same or any a a Art thereof and of the income or proceeds of Sale of stocks owned he the state together with other f funds or resources that May be designated by Law. The Suid sinking fund my be increased from time to time by assigning to it any part of the taxes or other Rev Emo s of the state not re it Muired for the Ordinary and current expenses of government and unless in Case of War invasion or insurrection no part of the said sinking fund shall be a sed or applied otherwise than in extinguish ment of the Public debt until the amount of such debt is reduced below the sum of five millions of dollars. Section 5. The credit of the Commonwealth shall not in any manner or overt be pledge cd or loaned to any individual company corporation or association nor the Commonwealth hereafter become a joint owner or Rahicki Muldor Many company association or corporation. Section 6. The Commonwealth Sha 1 not assume the debt or any part thereof of any county City Borough or township a a of any corporation or association unless such debt shall have been contracted to enable the state to repel invasion Aap Presa Domestic insurrection defend itself in time of War or to assist the state in the discharge of any port a of its present indebtedness. Section 7. The legislature shall not Uit Oriza any county City Borough township or in a it prorated District by virtue of a vote of its citizens or otherwise to become a stockholder in any company Nso a i Ciati in or corporation a or to Olivain Money for or loan its credit to. Any corporation association institution or party. Second amendment. There so fall be an additional it info to said Constitution to be designated of article nil As follow article new counties. No county shall be divided by a Lino cutting off Over one tenth of in population a to font a new county or otherwise without the express assent of such county by a vote of the electors thereof nor shall any new county be established containing less Tiu four Hundred Square Miles. Third amendment. From Section two of the first article of the Constitution strike out the words 0/ the City of Philadelphia and of sack Ownly respectively from Section five of same article strike out the word. A of Philadelphia and of the several counties a fro in Section seven same article strike out the words a neither the City of Philadelphia nor any and insert in lieu thereof the words Quot and no a and strike out Section four same article and in lieu thereof insert theft flowing a a Section 4. I n the year one thousand eight Hundred and sixty four and in every seventh year thereafter representatives to the number of one Hundred shall be apportioned and distributed equally throughout the state by districts in proportion to the number of taxable inhabitants in to several parts thereof except that any county containing at least three thousand five Hundred taxable May lie allowed a separate representation but no More than twee counties shall be joined and no county shall be divided in the font ution of a District. Any City containing a sufficient Timber of taxable to entitle it to at least two representatives shall have a separate representation assigned it and shall Lee divided into convenient districts of contiguous territory of equal taxable population As near As May be each of which districts shall elect one at the end of Section seven same article insert these words a the City of Philadelphia shall be divided into single senatorial Dis Ruus of contiguous territory As nearly Geml in taxable population As possible but no Ward shall by divided in the formation the legislature at the first session after the adoption of Chi it amendment shall Divide the City of Philadelphia into senatorial my representative districts in the Ryan nor above provided such districts to remain uncharged until the apportionment in the year one thousand eight Hundred and sixty four. Fourth amendment. To be Section xxvi article i the legislature shall have the Power to alter revoke or annul any charter of incorporation hereafter conferred by or under any special or general Law whenever in their opinion St May be injurious to the citizens of the Commonwealth in such meaner Liow Vei that no injustice shall be done to the corp orators. Air Senate april 21, 1856. Resolved that this Resolution pass. On the first amendment yeas 24, nays 5. On the Neo Ond Aiau Juiet yeas 19,nays c. Of the third amendment yeas 28, nays 1. On the fourth amendment yeas 23, nays 4. Extract from the journal. Thomas a. Mag Ujke clerk. In House or representatives i april 21, 1856. Resolved that this Resolution pass. On the first amendment yeas 72, nays 24. On the second amendment yeas 63, nays 25. On the third amendment yeas 64, nays 25 Aud on the fourth amendment yeas 69, nays 16. Extract from the journal. William Jack clerk. Secret Jucy a Opice f filed april 24, 1856. A. G. Curtin Sec. Of the com9ik. He i comb housekeeper. Hunan Cor. A Ibre Innis Irwin Johnson. Laporte Leb it. Lough Ker Lovett my a Altmont my car by. My comb Maugle Menear Miller Montgomery Moor head Yunu Erlacher Orr Pearson. Phelps Purcell Ramsey. Reed Reinbold Riddle. Roberts Shenk Smith Cambria Smith w voiding Thompson Vail Walter Ofallon a right Luzerne Parsley Zimmerman and it a right speaker�?69. Natsy messes. Barry Clover Cobourn Fulton Gibboney Rainos Hancock Ilc Neker Ingham Leisenring Magee Manley. Morris Patterson Salisbury and whrtrode�?18. So the question was determined in the affirmative. Secret arts office. 1 Harrisburg june 26, 1356 Pennsylvania is i do certify that the above and foregoing is a True and Correct copy of the original a Resolution relative to an amendment of the constitutions As the same remains of file in this office. A in testimony whereof i have Here unto set my land and caused to be affixed the Seal it it of the Secretary s office the Day Aud year ahoo written. A. G. Curtin Secretary of the cumin Jurealth. In Senate april 21, 1856. Resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the common wealth being under consideration of the question. Will the Senate agree to the first amendment / the yeas and nays were taken agreeably to Hie provisions of the Constitution Aud were As follow Viz yeast messes Browne Buckalew Creswell Evans Ferguson Fenu Ikon Liege Ingram Jamison Knox l an Bach Lewis 5lciintock, Price Sellers Shuman Souther Straub Taggart Walton Welsh Wherry Wilkins and Piatt speaker�?24. Nays messes. Crabb Gregg Jordan Mcl linger and pratt�?5. So the question was determined in the of . On the question will the Senate agree to the second amendment i the yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution Aad of re As follow Viz yeast messes. Browne. Buckalew Creswell , Liege Ingram Jami of. Knox Lau Hach Lewis my Clintock Silks a Shuman. Souther Straub Walton Welsh Wherry and wilkins�?19. Nays a messes. Crabb Ferguson Gregg i Ratt Price Ami Piatt speaker�?6. So the question was determined in the affirmative. On the question. Will these ate agree to the third amendment a the yeas und nays wore taken agreeably to the Constitution and were As follow Viz year messes. Browne by know Crabb. Ores swell. Evans , Flenn Ikert Hoge Ingram Jamison a Ltd re Lan Kux. Laubach , my Clintock. M linger in Ratt Price Sellers Shuman sont bar Straub Taggart. Walton Welsh Wherry wiktus and Piau speaker�?28, Natsy or. Gregg�?1-so Hie question was determined in the of. Formative. On the question will the Senate agree to the fourth amendment i the yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the Constitution and were As follow Viz yeast Mesara. Browne. Buena a Cresswell Evans. File Nikko Hoge Ingram. Jamison Jorda Kux Laubach Lewis my Clintock Price Sellers Shuman Souther Strath Walton. Welsh a Berry Wilkins and Piatt speaker �?23. Nays messes. Crabb Gregg Mel linger and pratt�?4. So the question was determined in the affirmative. Journal of the House of representatives april 21, 1856. The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the oms tuition and on the first proposed amendment were As follow Viz yeast Mears. Anderson. Backus. Baldwin bail Beck Lycoming Beck York Bernhard. By cd b yer Brown Brush , Caldwell Quot Campbell Carty Craig Crawford Dowdall Diug a. Fausold. Foster o it. Haines Hamel liar tier uveitis Hibbs Hiu flip Texas a Lipnic Holcomb Hunsecker in brie Ingram Innis Irwin , Johnson Laporte Lelio. Longaker Lovett my Ulmont my Carthy my Corah Maugle Menear Miller. Montgo query Moorhead Nunne Mactier Orr Pearson la Liels. Purcell. I amp Utu Scy need Keiu hold Laid lie Roberts. Shenk St Nirh , Smith Cambria smut it Wyoming Strouse Thoni Sou v ail Challou Wrig lit. Dauphin Wright Luzerne Zimmerman and Wright speaker i d. Nays messes. Augustine Barry Clover. Cobourn. Dock Fry Fulton Gayk Wrd Gisho Hamiltou. Hancock housekeeper ii use Ker Leisenring in a a Mauley Morris Lucama Patterson Salisbury Smith Philadel Pip Walter Wintrode and ?�jy�? 21. So the question was Detor Mim d a the affirmative. On the question will the House agree to the second a need mint. They Eleand a in a were taken at wore As follow Viz yeast messes. And son. Backus. Baldwin Ball b cd Lycoming Book. York Bra hard Boyd Bro if Brush Bue Unaa Caldwell. Campbell 0.%�ty. Craig Fau Sohl Foster. Getz Hainea Hamel tartar Heins Hibbs Hill Hillegas hippie to comb Liu Secker Imbrie Ingham Innis Irwin Jonns Johnson Laporte. Lebo. Longaker Lovett a a Cahn ont my Carthy my comb Maugle Menear Miller month inert Moorhead Nunnemacher Orr. Pearam Purcell Ramsey need Reinbold Kiddle Roberts Slink Smith Alu Ghent Strase Vail. Hailon Wright Luzerne Zimmerman und Wright. Speaker�?63. Nays messes. Augustine. Barry Clover Edinger Fry Fulton Gay Ford Gibboney Hamilton. Hancock. Hunneke Leise tiring Magee Manley Morris Mirin in. Patters in Phelps Salisbury Smith Cambria Thompson Walter Wintrode Wright Dauphin and yearsley�?25. So the question was determined in the affirmative. O the question. Will the House agree to the third amendment the yeas and nays were taken and were As follow Viz yeast messes. Anderson. Backus. Baldwin Ball Beck Lycoming Beck. York Bernhard Boyd Boyer Brown Buchanan. Caldwell. Campbell. Carty Craig Crawford Elt linger Fausold i Foster. Fry , Hamel Harper liens. Hibbs ii ill i Liegus hippie. Holcomb housekeeper Zimbric Ingham Innis Irwin Johan Johnson Laparte Lebo Longi Ker Lovett. My cafe out my comb mangle Menear Miller Montgomery Nunnemacher Orr Pearson Phelps Purcell Katsev Reed Riddle. Beuk South. Aue Ghoul Smith Cain Lii Smith Wyoming thumps on Ballon Wright Dauphin Wright la Zeme Aud zimmerman�?61. Nays a Mubara. Barry Clover Cobourn Dock Dowdall Fulton Gay on Gibboney Hamilton. Hancock Hook or. Leise tiring my Carthy Magee Manley Moorhead mom Patterson rein hold Roberts Salisbury Walter Wintrode Yearsley Aud Wright speaker �?25. So the question was a Tunu mined in the affirmative. On the question will the House agree to the fourth amendment ? the yeas Aad nays were taken and were a follow Viz yeast Mes Are. Anderson backup. Ball. Beck Lycoming Beck. York Bern Bald Boyd by yer Brown Brush Buchanan Cal web Campbell. Carty. Craig Cra Foni. Dowdall j a a Dinger Fau Zidd Foster Fry get Lia Tacl metre Tabt Sorne. Harrisburg june 27,1856. Pennsylvania is. I do certify that the al it a and foregoing ii n True and Correct copy Ltd the a a yeast and a a nays taken on the Hes Lutio 1 proposing Anie Mimeau to the Constitution of the Commonwealth As the same appears of Llie journals of thu two Jour pcs of the general Assembly of this Commonwealth for the session of 1856 witness my hand and the Seal of j said office this Twenty seventh Day of june one thousand eight Hundred and titty six. A. G. Curtin secretory of the . July 11, 13c6.-3m.hardware store. The sul Scriber would announce to his oi4 friends and the Public in general that be iia a removed his hardware store i the no w building door wont of the Bedfor 1 hotel Wber lie has just received and opened he extensive of hardware embracing almost every article in that line of ills Stock of saddlery is of the to St que arty and was selected with great care. He would respectfully invite ail in want of Ankles in the hardware line to give him a Call satisfied that he can please al who do so. John Arnold. May 28, 1856.special to lick. A la person indebted to the firm of Kupp amp i a Potter Are respectfully and earnestly requested to make immediate Mem. The he a is Are in the hands of g. A. Rupp for collection and in mkt mgt Stive a be closed. Our Friend who Are in arrears will please consult their interest by attending to thi notice Ai and not put is under the unpleasant necessity of making them costs. Bed font May 16, 1856�?2m. Settle it. La subscriber having do issued of life stoic. In Bedford is desirous of closing up his Oaks. All Persona indebted to led to Settle up immediately. His Hooks will be in the names of or Job m. Shoemaker till first july next 11 is thankful to his Friend for the very Gene Roos support they have yielded him sin his commencement in this place and cordially re pc uru mends m r. Job m Shoemaker As a Young Man of Good Huz Onesa habits of strict honesty capacity and a integrity and what will oof foil to give general to my customers and the Public Elias m. Fisher m Arch 14, 1356-2ni. Look Orr and save costs. Ryphe by oks and notes of fetch a Delmuth a Are left in of hands for a collection. 1 or scuba would do Well to Call and Settle at Otic a or Coats will be added to flies. Samuel Radebaugh. March 14.185c-h. Dissolution. The per inc ship heretofore exist aug bet fun the subscriber. Under the name off t i. Amp co., in the carnage making a. Bic Smithing business was tuis Day dissolved by Mutual consent. A in Sisera of the late finn will be attended to by Mien u i and jobs g. Wesr who will collect the outstand ii notes a d accounts and the debts. We. Weisel. Michael Weisel. John g. Wikiel. May 27th 1816. Ii a Lay undersigned have this Day entered w iut amp it in the Corri be making and a Lac to thing business under the name of Michael a John g. Wms i. Our stand is the one heretofore occupied by Fisel a co. In med Siudy cast of Bedford. We Hope by the a character a of our work and by promptness and attention to Merit and a Lair share of custom. Michael Tel ski. John g. Weisel. 3t�-3tn important to Mill of Keri Ift Oodward s improved Stu Miaad screen t 1 u a , Mill Bushes Bositis Cofou. And bran dusters of lit a lust improved plan Mill screw Cru sink cob Grinders Patent Bridges for Mill spindles portable Miles warranted to cried ten live Bra or hour Mill Irons Aud Mill burrs made to or for. Afro Stover s Patent Foru Kiln and Grain dryer a a valuable ii a entity a. The above articles ale kept constantly of hand and can he Ltd Hal fwd at any time from s. D. Broad at so Billsburg Bedford cd a unto wha b him it agent for , Joua Eloot Aud adjoining counties. Mill Wright work done at lie shortest notice and 011 the my it reasonable a rum february 15, 1356. a reaper and Mower for say j by s. I it. Bukad at so tie Leeburg pa., agent for Blair and Bedford Eon uric. February 15, 1856.removal. The subscriber would respectfully announce to the Public that he has removed his Tiu org establishment to the building recently occupied by m r Luther As a confectionary store in the Diamond where he is better or cared than Ever to accommodate i customer with Thelin it 0f is business either wholesale Orr Tail and Hopes they Wil give him a Call at his new location. George Blymire. Bedford. Apr 113, 1865. P. S. The subscriber is desirous cd i having hit books closed up till 1st april either by Cash or note. He Hopes this notice will to attended to immediately. G. A tiie Stu a till a St a a this my Mboi of inform ing Theja i Opu of county that Tony Sjuve opened n Hiltl Tull in of r tax a a lore at no. A How. Hollma Yamhure. Pm. Berk str it i 11 at a ii time have on hand a Large a pp1, of every article in the cd shins line. They pro told he pleased to Aie dilo in if Enda at their s. Ii Ekshian n. Sii Benthul. Juno in a lh>6-tf sew amp summer c00� s Ryphe undersigned have just received the to x usual Supply of lieu u i and will take pleasure in so Wing to la Era. To a who Mav fave it a us with a Call. Great or gems will be offered for Cash and All kind of noun try produce a or to punctual custom Era a Cadi. Of to a a a Eow a it co Bedford say 2 18m

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