Bedford Inquirer And Chronicle in Bedford, Pennsylvania
14 Mar 1856

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14 Mar 1856

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Bedford Inquirer And Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 14, 1856, Bedford, PennsylvaniaBedford inquirer and chronicle. Or. Of foundation of toy preference u that or. Fluid Mac has administered the with signal Success and ability. Lie has born tried and found True faithful honest and conscientious.�?��?11enky Clay. Tvt-.itxl.x33i> on thursday the 28th feb he unmet Allison Esq., or. Jeremiah Mccreary and miss Susan Only daughter of or. Jacob Langis All of Spier township. On Sabbath March 9th, at the House of or. Charles Donnan by it. 11. Troutman Esq., or. Nicholas and miss Rebecca boy asian both of Londonderry township. In Broad top township on thursday the 28th Day of february last., he Lemuel Evans or. John c. Fkiara to miss Amelia a motto both of Road top tp., at the House of Ephraim Foster Esq., in Road top to. On the ipod Martsh iust., by Lemuel Evans or. James Horton of Lio Pewell to miss Priscilla Foster of a Road top tp., notice to trespassers Shl Reey warn any persons from Hunting 6�liug or otherwise trespassing on Luy priruise.�, As i am determined to enforce i tire Law against All without respect to persons to offending. The subscriber has a special Grant for Bis Dani. Hiram f. Rohm. La Lerain to. Feb. 20,1550�?c notice to collectors. It is absolutely necessary that the county of Hedford Bou id have Money. She owes the late treasurer $1490 87. The cd Raudon a Oner Are determined that they will not increase the taxes As Long of they Van avoid it they Are equally determined that the collector shall up. Writs of execution will he issued at once against All delinquent collectors of 1854 and previous years for balances remaining after Ibe 15tb of March next and of. The collectors of 1855 just a soon As their 15 months have expired. By order of the . D. Over treasurer. Feb. 29, 1856. Of the 22nd feb., mrs. Mary Ann Diehl Consort of or. Joseph Diehl of Colerain township aged 29 years 8 months and 3 Days. Mrs. Viohl was a worthy and an exemplary member of the German reformed Church. She had been dedicated to god in her infancy by her parents in the sacrament of holy baptism she was brought up under the influence of a Chr tin education and when she arrived at the age of a proper discretion Between Good and evil she made a Public profession of Faith to Christ and Ever after up to the Day of her departure she exemplified in deep and Earnest piety. A blessed Are the dead who die in the lord ii. Toh Clark pc we. A. B. Cd a Kkt having a formed a partnership in the tanning Ite the heretofore carried on in Cludis Borgby Jott Clark will now be conducted by Natl in the name of John Clark k son. Notice. Persons having unset led la s Quot the undersigned Sre called upon to attend to them promptly and have them closed. My re panic nearly accounts that hat Luen standing some time should and Mut be attended to and it in some cases persons Are not prepared to close fully they at least attend of them. John Clark. March u. 18%g�?3 m. Look 017 Fasi save costs f ilk books and notes of Peter Rad Balkh. X Are left in my hands for collect Ion. Portion would do w 11 to Call and Settle at once or costs will be added to them. Samuel Rade Baugh. March 14,1r�6-u. Settle up. 9 Mif subscriber having disposed of his store in Bedford in desirous of closing up Bis books. All person indebted to him arc i nested to Settle up immediately. I books will be in the funds of or. Jou m. Shoemaker till july next. He a a it thankful to his friends for the very generous support they have yielded him since Liis in this plan a and cordially recommends or. Job m. Young Man of Good Uusi mks habitat of strict honesty capacity and integrity and who will not fail to give general sat a suction to my customers and the Puu Ilc. Elias m. Fisher. March 14 Lfloc-3 m. I Bill Nile of a school Monse in Napier township near Andrew Horne and other. To be sold at Public Sale or outcry on saturday the 22d Day of March ins. One third of the pm Chase Money in hand at the con a Misti a of the Sale one third in six months and the one third in one year. By order of the school director j. W. Hull c. Whetstone we. Look Henry a la a ugh Kinsey j. R. Mow by March 7. 18 6. A wives i Finan a to those who wish farms to have Fertile Laud it a cheap i ice and on easy terms your attention is called to the ring Vay farm and goal company Twenty five Aicra a or More in proportion no Given for $200, in instalment of $1 per week or $1 per month. 1 is located in Elk county ptjim.a., and has one of the Best Market for its prod tree in the state. The soil is a Rich Loam and is not to he surpassed for farming a examination will show. It has Ali heat elements of Prosperity being underpaid by two Rich veins of Coal and will shortly he intersected by four Railroad. The Timber is of the most value me kind. Title Good and War Anlee deed Are Given. It presents a Good and substantial Opportunity to commence farming providing for one s children or m Ikier an investment. Further Cosu he had from the pamphlets Quot hich Are sent to inquirers. Letters angered promptly. Apply or address Sarn. W. Oat toll Secretary 135 Walnut Street North sics Between 4th and 5th streets Pii . Kyu information is contained in the pamphlet. Of a. 20, 1856-3 id. Superior t s3-2. M m in the original half Chest. In r0xf8, or 6 a in 12 Point of an it in Pacza oks of 1 4,1,2 k 4 pounds for half. By ii Iii a x co., Ai Giaui investors or the metallic Tea pack wholesale dealers in team ouly n. A. Con or Mir Kex amp ninth sts., Phil Delphia. T7�?otcss in metallic pack put no in half to containing a variety of both Black and Gre a to suit buyers. Primal list of Price terms ac., furnished �7vilto a ii win order them. All Tea we Rrana of to please or no tale. One an 1 the satan Price and term Taall and on holy. A of Chi to of Black contain about z j Pound. And Green about -30 Pom ii each. Fob. 29 185�?~j. O notice to collectors. Collectors of the poor taxes Aro notified that execute on will Issue at once against All delinquent collector of �?T54 and previous years for balances remaining Nalei the 15th of March next Aud on the collectors for 1855 just us soon As their 15 months have expired. By order of Trio director. Geo. W. Blymire treasurer. Feb. 29, 1s5c. John ii. R17s1i, in account with Trio poor and ii ouzo of employment of Bedford county for the year sliding Jan. I 18�6. Do. To Cash from j. A. Ling Endter Lute Steward $ 90 90 h. Moure col. Bedford Boro 18�8 108 9.m. My a augur ver col. ,�., a 98 36 Jease Dickey col. Southampton a a 22 08 to. Bir Huiao col. Monroe. A Henry w it col. K. Providence a Jantes Clark col. Londonderry. A it Andrew horse col. Napier a a a. 11. Wright a of. St. Clair a boo. Freleigh col. Harrison a a s. Shuck col. Be lord Boron 18�4 Cha. Stuckey Bedford to. A David lord col. Broadrop a e. J. Ideiil col. Colero in it it a. Snowden col. Cumberland v. A a Jaime fms col. Lloja new u Jacob Devore Coj. Liar Isoa a a John. Hill col. Juniata a a Daniel Cypher col. Liverly i John Lowery col. Londonderry a win. U Neal col. Monroe a a Wui. Hull col. Napier a d. ,cul.�. Providence a a s. In Liaina col. W. Providence a a t r. A re Cimer col. St. Clair Quot Jacob Cori col. Union a a win. In us ool. Southampton j. Nicodemus col. M. Woodberry a a j. S. Braun Aang col. S. Wood. P. . So col. Bet Llord Boro 1865 j. So bubbly col. Bedroni to a it t. W. Alorton col. Broadrop a Nicholas Kook by col. Colerain a a. Hardinger col. C. Valley a a George Long col. Ilo Pewell a a j. La Hardman col. I Larrison a a John Kelly col. Juniata a s. Berg Streamer col. Liver to. A a j. C. De Ore Cal. Londonderry a Wui. To Orn 11. Col. Monroe a John Whetstone col. Napi Ltd a a n. B. Martin col. E. Providence a a Israel at Orris eol. , a a a. Lii Ahley col. Southampton a Peter Wall eol. Soil Elmburg b. A a John Wyo big col. Union tp., r. Elder coi. I. Woodbery a Daniel Miller col. S. Woodberry a a John Alasadi col. St. Clair a a Samuel Iuler to Juie of Fra is Ling 1356. Amount due treasurer 80 45 9 96 8 69 9< i 11 87 99 71 08 77 61 163 9 12 16 a 23 17 00 49 in a 78 23 16 do 54 95 co 16 102 42 135 87 47 47 47 00 270 02 40 x 29 82 298 92 66 70 75 00 163 85 37 87 138 80 61 02 3.5 00 16 00 100 00 85 00 60 00 41 00 8� 00 30 00. 133 00 62 Tif 31 71 Loo 00 125 93 156 81 77 92 18 46 3 43 $3,843 am due treasure at last settlement $19 paid my a. Hull exoneration for�?T64, 17 a Lutu Snider for beef 15 vim. Griffith for lumber 6 David Ford col. Exoneration for �?T54, 5 mrs. C. Boozier up. Out floor pauper 3 David Stivers for flour barrels 12 Jacob Dunkie for Lime �?T64, 2 j. Barkman bringing pauper to H., j d. Perdu bringing pauper 14 win. A. Mock for potatoes 14 John c. Fore Coats of suit itc., 6 Henry , 13 t Mccoy Lor Apple butter and apples 11 or. J. A a Keele at. Out door pauper 20 Michael Diehl for potatoes. 3 Daniel Haugh for beef �?T64, 4 ii. Moore bringing pauper �?T54. 3 James c. Flanagan out door pauper 10 we. M Ilburn for two coffins 8 Gideon u. Trout 1 quarters salary 6 we. Milburn for one Colin 4 John Imler 2 Gideon d. Trout on of salary 10 Abraham Ritchey Lor Apple butter 18 Dickon for sup. Out door pauper 18 Jacob Devore collector Exona a �?T�4, 2 John Miller Bill of shoe risking 14 David Over printing �?T64, 39 Widen d. Trout 1 quarters salary 5 John w. Behler a mice due , 4 w. Showman bringing pauper 6 j. S. Brumbaugh col. Exo Tiera n. �?T54, 8 win of Neal cd. Exoneration �?T6-4, 12 Wio. Liars collector. Exit Merak a �?T64, 6 n. Lyon Bill of goods 22 Wigt now Claar sup. Out door of a user 6 f. Berkut Hiuer col. Exoneration 64, 8 g. W. Figard sundry Bills out a. Expos 33 we. Krugh Lisizin. Work done 1 Frederick Turner for Bacon it a. . Braver coffin out a. Pauper 4 Jos. Barkman collector Exon Ray �?T63, 9 Rachel Llo Derbaum sup. Out a. P.aup., 5 a Tomc grit title for beef 21 mis. Ann it Leek for a pole butter 5 j. W. Beeler bringing pauper 2 Michael Wertz bringing pauper 1 w. W. Lancy Cotta for use of Mill 16 Jesse Dickett up. Out door pauper 42 Daniel , coat 19 Jess Dickon collector come air a �?T63, i w. F. Moorhead for Apple butter &c., is Samuel Devore bringing pauper 7 Samuel Whetstone 1 quarters salary 6 widow Iio Hierbaum supporting pauper 6 d. S. Lodge neck supporting pauper 20 Joho Rimby work done at Mill 4 Frederick Oaks bringing pauper 13 Samuel Brown for clerking 28 mrs. Sci hard for dried apples kc., 18 we. Shafer for clothing. 16 Adam Miller for pork sad he of 28 Frederick Richards for potatoes 31 Hugh snide for pork 30 Lenry Wilson for beef 18 a. B. Cramer Bill of Good 04, 28 win. Milburn for making coffins �?T64, 4 a Saupp Bill of hard Ware 63, 8 John Devore sup. Out door pauper �?T63, 5 Yanchul Brengle front tub 52, 3 John. Lessig Mason work 13 Lewis g Alba ugh up. Outdoor pauper 7 John James Bill of Corn for 64, 59 Daniel Hershberger for beef and pork 21 d. Cypher collector exoneration �?T64, 21 us Oiyuet Brown for clerking 29 we. Sill for Boef 15 Samuel Whetstone 8 Quarter s a Alary to John Corley one years salary 29 Gideon d. Troat Bill of goods 75 or. C. Reamer medical services 68 Samuel Vonder Swath Bill of beef 10 Mic Hoo Woissol for Coo Pering 15 David icks for beef 9 Jome k. Hal Lara Bill of goods 32 95 us. 11 89 97 92 31 79 82 25 75 77 68 874 92 49 00 00 09 00 00 00 00 x 60 00 25 00 29 81� 00 �0 374 06 29 56 854 00 00 92 00 50 6� 09 00 65 00 00 is 49 x 674 76 60 87 00 00 00 00 63 00 71 00 54 00 15 11 10 60 17 00 00 00 00 55 73 88 00 20 00 00 a a 76 43 49 36 John Mcfarran for potatoes 9 John Gatea bringing pauper 6 j. W. Liege Felter part of a Alary �?T54, 41 John Ling bringing 4 paupers �?T54, 22 Samuel be Utoye for services 5 John Corly for services 6 j. Mel vain sup. Out door pauper �?T64, 44 Catharine Sui to sup. Out door pauper 15 George roads sup. Out door pauper 7 to ouija Horton bringing pauper 18 Solomon Weigard for beef and pork 20 Thomus k. Heed 52, 2 George Gray for beef 2 Jolt Snider for beef 15 n. Lyons Bill of goods 20 Loury if Ashberger cider and Apple 18 11. J. I Luderson use fire company 25 Rupp amp Oster Bill of goods �?T54, 40 Lewis Drenning for beef�?T51, 7 . Watson med. . P. �?T34 1c j. G. Minnick tobacco ase House �?T�4 5 Kelly 6c Dugdale Bill of goods 81 John Mangus 4 Samuel Snider for Bacou �?T54, 5 John a a tune for beef a 4 mrs. Smith sup. Out door pauper to s. R. Whitfield 2 win. Spidel blacksmithing. 2 win. Boogie sup. Out door pauper c John Corly services As director 6 Samuel Whetstone services As director 6 a. Saupp Gill of goods 11 j. W. Lingo Fuller 1 quarters salary 81 Daniel Dibert for Apple Outter amp a 7 mrs. Conrad marketing 9 George Sellers for beat and pork 24 a. R. Or tone for pork amp a �?T64, 11 g. W. Blymire for tinware 13. Jamison part on Check no. 12, 40 we. 4 j c. Kiser for e i then wars mrs. C. Smith sup. Out door pauper 1 Peter h. Shires Bill of Smithing -3 Jolt w. Linger Felter a a 59 k. Van in part on Check no. 1, 97 Gideon d. Trout for cattle 145 in part Chuck no.61 5> John Amos for apples 1 f. D. Beglo Bill of Good 21 Henry Moses part on Cheek no. 28, 40 Danic i Trostle for hams ac., 19 win. F. Moorhead 2 quarters salary 70 j. C. Dicken sup. Out door pauper 2d Brown a lion Iurii part draft no. 18, 195 g. M. Bowman 3 year sprinting and no ending March �?T53, 71 do. Do. 2 years ending May �?T55, 79 Phiiip g. Margret for potatoes 13 Henry Smith Moisses and sugar �?T59, 21 Lawrence a Autison for Hay 29 Henry Defibau Gli for cow 18 widow Holderbaum sup. Out door p., 15 John Miller show making 20 or. A. A. Craigue med. At. Out a. P. 55 s. K. Whitfield Justice Lee 4 Hugh Moore Bill of goods 8 Sauil 11. Tate Esq balance salary 39 g. W. Muck i 11 of goo a 19 w. F. Moorhead part on Ili aft no. 23, 13 f. Jordan Esq., part on draft no. 46, 18 a. B. Cramer a co. Part draft no. 5u, 39 exoneration for 1853, 9 do. For 1854, 31 do. For 185.5. A Geo. Frail col. For 1853 exoneration amp Hugh Moore col. 1858 exoneration m. Wisegarver col. �?T53 exoneration 16 n. Light col. �?T53 exoneration 6 Henry Wilt col. �?T58 exoneration 3 Aud. Horn col. �?T53 exoneration 15 e. J. Diehl eol. �?T54 exoneration 4 s. Williams col. �?T54 exoneration 11 d. Esh Elinan col. �?T54 exoneration 6 James Funk col. �?T64 exoneration 2 John Lowry col. �?T54 exoneration 4 c. Stuckey col. �?T54 exoneration 11 t. W. Alorton col. �?T65 exoneration. 6 commissions for 1853, 92 commissions for 1854, 134 Conan is hons Lor 1855, 2 e. Louderbaugh judgment in foil 270 Kac Lebaugh Bill goods no. 90, 8 a. Right up. Out door pauper 6 George Smith 1 interest on checks 58 treasurer a salary for 1856, 79 auditors Lor auditing account 15 90 25 75 99 99 99 99 99 50 42 h 72 99 19 69 90 89 921 to 19 98 17 37 4� 99 59 68 6il 99 90 45 95 42 95 97 99 56 a 43 96 09 98 09 00 76 41 99 47 99 99 99 93 43 89 25 39 99 25 125 90 67 a 64 do 99 99 59 99 85 46 2i 32 25 68 90 874 60 54 52 92 46 68 99 21 61 17 67 00 of 35 2 00 00 marketing aet a Samuel Whetstone. Marketing ac., veal marketing repairs at race up to 19�oj Marco. For making roads on mountain2 Yean marketing John 11. Kush treasurer sundry Market aug Fred Oaks _ stepping sink in Bason at Pike Jolius Duffen d. S. Worthy marketing ac., a 90 80 3 124 a a 4 09 25 00 30 00 2 37 90 90 a a 90 09 5 00 1 90 i 50 3 z7k t. 1 81 193 374 St n 2 a list showing the number of Paup is admitted discharged eloped died ac., during the months of january february and March 1855. W c w Kent Rug i t Janna. It Hnnry March. 5 it 5 a com 2 3 z. �?�3 i. O o 12 18 0 15 in 1 11 15 1 u 2g 15 18��. Api. 1, Grain in Mil 0 1 n 0 May 1, Aiu to ret to48 32 0 june 5, a a a a 42 �?~27 a i 0 july 3, a a a a 32 8 14 0 aug 7, a a a a 20 o o 0 sept. 3, 4 44 29 13 1 0 oct 244 44 39 20 0 0 nov. 644 4 4 43 i 18 3 22 Dee. 444 44 30 15 8 19 Jan. 144 44 31 10 13 15 amount 3131 153 f a 5g by amount of Grain used in the Wii user our la Anos anti Seal Liis,1 Ziy of jauv., a. I 18�oc. John of blk u. D. Koit o. D. Shuck Atiyat hire Tota. Thomas r. Vettys jr., clerk. March 14, 1856. Ash Lac Ambli Shmeka. 7. Life subscriber has removed Bis eatable is. Hunt to the room in the Odd Fellows 0 building immediately above the store of a. 2 b. Cramer a co., where he will attend prompt 0 17 poor House and sold to sundry per Sims for Cash j Atli on we mid and for work done in repair at Mill House 81 48 remaining 1st january 1855 43 making an average of 43 per month. Stit Emrith of the Mill from Ini Muiry Ujj until the it april 1p55. Item dining in Mill at Sot tie meat 17 3 2 24 amount of toll Taku in for january 68 20 6 2 february 45 20 6 <1 March 52 27 9 0 making 177 72 12 41 amount used in Honse 95 404 1 4 sold in Mill in flour 47 0 0 9 Davit Stivers account 3 0 0 9 John sri Ghat 9 19 0 9 George Lysinger 0 n 9 0 Nicholas boor i 0 9 0 w. Boulter .3 19 0 0 Joshua Mower 5 0 0 0 Peter Smith 2 0 0 0 sundry persons Small Quantity v o 0 2 3 William Thompson 0 2 0 0 David Drenning 0 0 1 0 David Brown 9 0 1 0 Peter Barmond 0 0 1 0 by w. A. Leany 0 0 1 b Foster a a 0 0 0 Jacob Ripley per Barnhart 5 0 0 9 Robert Kurtz a a 0 0 9 m a. Smith keeping Simon. 1 0 9 0 widow Claar keeping David 2 9 0 0 177 79 10 7 remaining in. The a 11 u 2 2 of a int. Of Grain used in poor House. �?~260 0 16 15 0 for horse feud 0 30 0 0 0 hog cattle &e., 0 27 0 0 6 sold sundry persons33 56 23 41 11 amount 299 113 39 66 17 am of Grain remaining in rut 1, 14 40 17i 0 0 list of pauper Ali Nitterl , died in. I luring each Mont i in i Trio at the end of Euti Mont i to the average number supported in the House during the year together with the number of out door pauper supported and buried by the institution from the 1st Day of april 1855, to the 1st Day of Januari-s5g 5 Etc e its it pc s r 5 -$8.848 95 is the Una a signed auditors of Bedford county do certify that we have examined the foregoing account of John h. Kush. Treasurer of tie poor and House of employment of Bedford county and find the a Ciuc to be coi rect Aud True As above Atu cd. With 9 our hands Aud seals this this 9tb Day of january 1866. Balance due treasurer $3 13 John Alstadt. I. A Daniel Barley t. A Geo. W. Asmi ill. A attest Thomas k. Go tits clerk. Monies due Ilic door and Ilou of of employment of Bedford county by collector to january 1, 1850. Henry Wilt collector for 53 e. Providence $3 87 John King Llo Pewell u9 37 Abraham Snodey a. V Alley 54 133 88 j John. Hill Juniata 54 110 43 Jacob Cori Union >4 38 01 Jacob Nicodemus m. Wood. 54 153 0< Peter ii. Shires Bedford b. 55 151 40 jobs ii. Schnebly t. 44 109 90 Thomas h. Horton Broadrop a a 10 53 Nicholas Koontz Colerain a a 62 55 Levi , Cumberland v. 90 53 George Long Hopewell 67 87 John 13 Hardman Harrison 62 22 John Reily Juniata 30 03 Samuel Berkstresser Liberty 71 70 Jame c. Devore Londonderry 51 74 w. Cart do Monroe 105 70 John Whetstone Napier 151 11 Gideon b. Martin e. Providence 77 02 Yrael Morris w. Providence 102 63 John Alstadt s. Clair 197 39 Arnold Lashly Southampton 44 86 Peter Walt Schellsburg b. 15 87 John Wysong Union 55 54 72 Robert elder 31. Wool Berry 321 60 Daniel Miller s. Woodberry 140 89 $2550 09 amt. Of notes judgment a due the poor and House of employment of Bedford county 128 80 John ii. Rush. Treasurer. March 14, 1856. Hill and Kosport of. W. Lingk Felter Steward of poor and House of employment of bed ibid county from the 1st of january 1855 to the lat Day of april 1866. Dry to Cash of Carney be Leany Plo aur grinding $4 12j for buckwheat flour 3 99 David Drenning corp 1 00 William Thompson Rys 2 00 com meal 2 09 David Brown com 1 00 Peter Barmond com 1 00 marketing 00 Leany for Corn sold j 00 for Dun horse 90 00 Assumption Joshua mover i 50 w. W. Leany Flower sold in Mill 51 00 John Kui Stoart Rye 0 60 w. Booher Rye 10 96 for flour sold in Mill h 00 1v3 374 or. L y Cash paid Jacob Simler , s �,14 for apples 1 09 or Tetter marketing us. 00 Shafer for Teal j &0 marketing sundries 9 314 pedlar for sundry goods 7 12$ statement and report of we. F. Moore head Steward of the la Oor and House of employment of Bedford county a Ron the 1st Day of april 1855, to the 1 St Day of Jan., 1856. Or. To Cash s. Yondura Neitli for Grain ?9 37 a Thompson for Rye 2 25 we. Booher for Rye 5 00 win. Herring for Grain 2 25 Jno. Foster potatoes 1 00 Jacob Bollinger Corn. I 12 ditto flour 1 92 we. T. Chapman 2 00 i. Drenning Corn Simon Cook sheep 56 15 25 11. Kurtz 44 8 25 win. Griffith "4 50 Geo. Blymire flour 1 00 Geo Weidul corp 1 12 b. Pierce flour 1 00 Samuel Brown mixture 1 50 d. Wasa Barigh Grain 3 00 a. Suter Hay and Rye g 87 k. L. Anderson. 4 d. Corn 1 00 sundry persons Corn. 75 or. F. 0. Lie Amer Corn. 1 50 k. Kaster lard and plaster 7 21 Sami. Blown wheat 5 00 j. W. Lingen a ter a on settled t 1 81 Jas. Ling beef 75 i r. W. Ii. Watson Corn 25 Jno. L. Lessig corp 5 00 ii. Moore Rye 1 87 Danl. J. Shuck buckwheat 75 we. Ritchey cabbage 37 Henry Defibau Gli buckwheat 1 12 Jolt Hafer parsnips 50 Henry Taylor stove 5 00 Sami h. Tate beef 5 35 sol. Reimund buckwheat 1 00 Jno. Miller Brau 18 1855. Remaining up the House april 1, 1855, april 5 3 1 0 0 2g 15 23 15 May 8 8 0 0 0 23 15 june 5 o o 2 0 0 23 14 july 8 5 1 1 0 21 15 aug. 4 0 0 0 0 25 1 sept., i 2 0 0 0 24 1g oct., 11 12 0 0 0 23 16 nov., s 3 0 a 2 22 16 dec., 3 1 0 a 0 25 15 a a _ _ a 53 s7 4 3 2 235 151 making the aver age number of paupers total $103 904 or. By amount expended for the use of the poor Aud House of employment from the 1st of april 1855, until the 1st of Jan a 1856. Cash pm j. Snyder for marketing $1 50 sundry persons do 9 38 2 Banket 75 a. Ickes altering Lamb g9 seed onions Aud Straw 2 30 plants 2 50 n. Davis shearing sheep 2 25 we. Beegle Straw 1 00 potatoes and Cucumber seed 3 00 sundry poisons marketing s 50 Blackburn Bacon 1 66 Appl butter and O. Stamps 2 50 Market a amp Honing razors for paupers 1 75 thread and dried apples 4 624 d. Price Alt ring pigs 75 Geo. W. Mook Disben 1 64 w. F. Moorhead wheat 7 50 a. M. Horn peaches and Apple 2 75 sundry persons Straw Apple amp a. 3 42 Alex. Ling 1 raw. Philips butter mrs. 11. Lokes a a w. Kreighbaum work a pipes _ sundry persons Straw Ami butter 4 37 Jno. Herrou work at pipes 3 25 Geo. Smith butter 47 hauling Coal and nights Bill 10 16 marketing 2 37 we. Cary work at pipes 8 00 toll Portage and Blacksin Lhing 2 00 marketing 1311 Appl butter 3 12 $95 go 8 29 $103 904 in the House for nine Mouths 43, of whom 6 Are coloured out door paupers 6, making the average in All 49. Funeral and other expenses wore paid f. four deceased pauper in the comity who could not he brought to the poor House. Bills were paid for Board and medical attendance for 7 p supers who were sick in different part of the county. Eighty Throe wayfaring person were provided with Board Aud lodging of whom 37 were from Germany 13 from Ireland 2 from Scotland 7 from England 7 from i Fiance 2 from Denmark 3 from Poland and 12 americans. Remaining in the House Jan. 1, 1856, 25 males 15 females total 40. Statement of the pro Luce of the farm and Garden from the 1st of april 1855, to the 1st of jany., is56 547 by. Ears of Corn 387 bus. Oats 6 bus. Wheat 380 bus. Potatoes 27 ton Hay 11 Load Corn fodder 2049 lbs. Pork 4s20 lbs. Beef 223 lbs. Veal 71 lbs. Mutton 14 j beef hides o calf skins 210 lbs. Lard 264 lbs. Tallow 336 lbs. Butter 20 bus. Apples 20 bus. Tomatoes 12 but a. Beans 23 bus. Onions 24 Small do. 2s00 Heads cabbage 20 bus. Beets 3 bus. Peas 6 bar. Cucumber pickles 6 bar. Crout 15 bus. Parsnip 8 bu9. Carrots 180 la woo1. 1 50 58 1 96 2 25 live Stock on the 1st of january 1856 2 work horses 5 Milch cows 1 Durham Bull 48 sheep 1 Brood sow 21 shoats. Feed for Stock. 15 tons Haj 3 tons Straw 3 loads Corn fodder. Vegetables provisions pc 280 bus. Potatoes 12 bus. Beets 10 bus. Onious 200 Heads cabbage 5 bar. Crout 4 bar. Pickles 4000 la pork 500 la beef 400 . Lard 240 lbs tallow 1 bar. Vinegar. Articles manufactured by Matron in the poor and House of employment from Tho 1st of april 1855, to the lat of janv., 1856. 65 shirts 23 or. Pillow Casos 17 sheets 10 round jackets 25 prs. Pants 28 dresses for woman 9 do. For children 5 Cliff ticks 1 Feather tick 6 stand cover 2 Coats 18 dummies 9 sucks for woman 23 aprons 15 night Caps 4 vests 9 Frowen 2 undershirt 4 Liniev blankets 3 shrouds 16 handkerchiefs 4 undershirts 42 prs. Ines a Quot socks 5 prs. Stockings 4 prs drawers 6 bolster ticks 11 comforts 8 bar. Soap 20 lbs hard do. To cat arrival fill ii a inter hours. Exchange building store. The suit Scriber respectfully i Foiw thei friends customers and the Public. Go a it Rusf if that they hat e just received the or est a Ort mini of fail and Winter flood lev have yet offered to purchasers. Our Stock 16 in part As follows Blue Buck Brown and invisible a Recis Mich Oil american gaas Vinerts. Various Cei our by. Jeans Wool Tweed jerseys flair a Coa tingo. Beater cloth. Blanket. 0 1 1, a a. A drillings ribbon laces Glover hosiery shawl. Amp Ltd a a amp a. 450 pieces fall style Calico is All Pike. Flain and Fig a de Laius and per so his cloths heavy and mid Tutu Brown muslims super bleached shirting mud in. Tibet Cir Dies and Alps Cus All color. <5 a a Casi finetto. H it colors Ai it a i prices 2�s a a All Vytol Kag list and Stan Arp is 10 a a floor Oil cloths. 4-4, f._4j incl 8�?1 wide. Men Aud boy h vol in or and Beaver stoic i Hutu. Morocco lined Navy Capa also Cintli and Luab do., roots and Sisoes. Fur Ronen and boys brute a double sole Moi eco and cd shoes for ladies also an immense Supply of boots and slices for misses and children. Groceries. Juet sware. Hardware bucket. Tubs or. Fish Oil. Sperm Oil lard Oil. Lina end do bar Iron. Nail Kod pc. Our assortment includes every article Rstarr found in stores and to prove we Are at Hii g a cheaper than the cheap Estall we ask is a Call. No trouble to show . It will not you any thing to coma and look at tic Burgins we will offer. It country produce received Lor goods it Cash prices. A. I. Cramer k co. Oct. 12, 18.v�. 125 Tau he 69 in to ail business entrusted to his care. He receives regularly the latest City fashions and will pie i j himself that work done at his shop shall Wear Well and fit neatly. Lie respectfully solicits a share of the Public patronage. S. J. Mccauslan. For. 9, 1855. Lothin and or Good store the subscribers Are just receiving a new handsome and cheap assortment of �oe.1 it of made clot 111 Xuy and dry goods a their store in the East Corner o0�?~Bedford Hall a consisting in part of Coats rants Vesta. Shirts Satin stocks handkerchiefs. Boots and shoes hats and Capa and All other articles usually kept in ready made clothing stores. Also a Good assortment of dry goods consisting of Calico Mon de line shawl Alpaca. Trunks. Carpet sacks ac., a. An of which they will sell is cheap As can be procured elsewhere in Bedford for Cash or country produce. They request All their friends in town and cout itry to give them a Call and see and examine their Stock for t themselves As they consider it a pleasure to show their goods whether persons wish to Purchase or not. Sox Nabob a co. Bedford april 20. 1855. I >1 por taht to Mill of Mersi Woodward s improved smut and screening machines. Mill Bushes Bolt tug cloths and bran dusters of the most improved plan Mill screws Corn and g a Grinders Patent Bridge for Mill Spilles portable Mills warranted to Grin i ten bushels per hour Mill Irons and Mill burrs made to order. Also Stover a Patent Cera Kiln and Grain dryer a a Lulu Ibl invention. The above articles arc kept oust fitly on Hon Laud can be obtained at a in to n from s. D. Broad at s i Bir. A Lff girl county who is also agent for , Somerset and adjoining counties. Mill Wright work d me the shortest notice Aud on the m it it Ruiso Nahle terms. Pc Bumry 15. 18 v3. Mccormick s reaper and Mower for Sale by s. I. Broad at Schellburg pa., agent for blur and Bedford Countie february 15. 1853. Tannery for rent. He subscriber wishes to rent i Tan 1 a ref it vol piety. A. A. Unerv and s in Mill situate in St. Clair township 5 mile North of Schellburg. To any person wishing to engage in the tanning business. This property will be a very profitable and it be liable one As bark is very abundant and cheap. The saw Mill is in Fine running condition and will Well. There i attached to the Tannery a Good dwelling House stable and other out buildings with running water Aai inv a r As Uva re per thasing vew fall a and Winter Geode. The undersigned togs leave to in fora bit friends anti the Public thai he has Juat received from the Eastern cities and is now exhibiting at cheap Side a general arson i not of now style fall and Winter mobs. Omri Itig i aleut Varicy of dress goods a Llu a la it ital cd Mali in Pur n. I Lack a my Francy Sill a. Meriuov., Cne ii re. I a j Tibet cloths ,, Mon Lin iiel�ib1. Moi Seline inc begot Lanejr Pinta. a up v us in Lilii ezied Ami in bleached. In it m a i n up. Nil wiiltii., the invt Nurt but slate , Blue. 1 a a. Totri Ami Olire a f Romh Flat set it r Black my a Casai Merea. The trip i.,. Jem. Vesting. Svihia and i ,-.t5. Matt Wiiri gaps Boot and Shota in Iro Felirs. Sup r Golden so Fuji and Jav. O. Molar or a le.coliee x. O. Clarified , a Fin Gra minted sugar Spiric. Tear i. It it Lute. Extract of Coffee. Rice . I pm a Aud oils together with Exerv other Hertiel. Adri i. Erato tie want a of the people All a of , 1 a a is determined to Are cheap tor Cash or approved produce. He respectfully invite Oil in Sheereh of or at the door and 6 acre of Laud. The Tannery a. A one horse breaking machine 16 Lay a Way vats two Lime 2 hates 4 leeches and Pool. And out wishing to rent will please Call on the subscriber living on the premise. Terms easy and Possession Given the 1st Day of april. A or a am Dennison. Feb. 29, 1856. Past favors a Hopes Hyt in Desh off. And a desire to pm aau. To to a Brit and receive n Liberal share of the Public Putren age. Out. 121 w5. G. To. Artirp. Valuable Krai inmate for Sale. Ryphe Suh Scriber takes a Riis method of it ,m-1 ing those do Irons of pure Kasing n t alus Hie farm iho4 he wishes to sell that Well known. Farm and tavern stand on which i now resides administrators Koi in. Quot a liners of administration have Beon a Jemilo weat of Rny hire containing -8 granted to the subscriber on the a a Fate her 9ot la did about 159 acres of which Are of Dan Tel w. Bloc troum Lata of Stu air i us a Good , a a re. A ,. A j a j not a in a High slate of cultivation he a Iorito of township deed. All persons indebted to which Bon recently undergone a Short ugh a r township. Deed. All persons indebted to said state Are noted to make immediate payment and those having claim or Doman Agai is it Aro requested to Nike known tic same without delay to the subscriber living at Pleasantville in St Glair township. Samuel Blackburn. Feb. 29,1846-i co dared it extremely room. The rising Sun to Averu in the Borough by Defoi t. Will be rented for a Teri of to a tenant a very advantageous lease will a Given and the House completely repaired. Possession Given the first of april next. Also for rant Trio Floore room and cellar now in Possession of Isaac Lipple Possession As above. For term apply to the us Inscriber or to David f. Mann. David Mann. Nov. So 1855. Fit. Jordan a. King. Law i n ii. Is i it o King amp. Jordan. Att trip Fps it ? Bedford pa., will practice in the several courts Olbe Ford and adjoining counties. Agencies collections and All other Ursine entrusted to their car will faithfully attended to. Office in Juliana Street formerly occupied b d. Ii. Ilof ius Esq. And More recently in the occupancy of Jos. Mann Esq. Jinuiry.5, 1855. Which h pm recently sing of Limo which has Fertile. The i nip Vav .incnt.Are a Large three Atner bk1ck Altit so with pro Abl the most ton ninth in cellar under it in the count i Good Harn stable and such other nut buildings As Are . There Are j Gud water no the House near Ivall Quot the Fields Are Well watered. 1 Here is also a Meg Orchard of Lam Choice fruit tree just to car. There is also a Good tenant House together with an excellent saw Mill on the Pio Wity. Tufted very conveniently on the Tump lie Road with an noun dance of the choicest White pit o Timber immediately around the null probably the largest body of Timber in tie county. Any a Crayon desirous of examining the pro. Perty will please rail on tie subscriber who will Endeavor to give All the Satis lactic n r Ece Sarv. Lie also feels Aasc in a rating that toe title to the land is Good and a willing to wan ant against All claims. Geo. W. . Top. -1. Lh��.-3ro a i i orig ii Tel the have this Day formed r partner lip in the Carriage making and blacksmithing business us Ier the name and firm of us Eisel k co. M e will Endeavor by promptness attention and the character of our w it re to Merit and obtain a fair share of custom. Our stand i the one heretofore occupied by my Eisel k Fos j cached to this hotel ter immediately East of town. We. Wf1iskl, Michael Weisel John Weisel. Feb. 29, 185 5�?cm. General Stags office. The subscriber respectful a beg leave to in i ounce Lohi old friends and the put Lic generally that he has leased and take Possession of the Bedford hotel lately in the occupancy of ool. Adam Barnhart. It is not his design to make Many pro Lemonn a to what by will do but he pledges Lia word that Bis most energetic efforts will to employed to Render comfortable All who give him a Call. The House will he handsomely fitted up. And none hut careful and attentive servants will to engaged. Persons visiting the Bedford Springs a Well a those attending court and the travelling Community generally Are respectfully invited to give hint a Call and judge for themselves. A Quot the stages All now Stop at this hotel i and it is therefore the stage once. Boarders taken by the week month or year on favourable terms. It ample and comfortable stahling is at which will Alws s 1< i ended by a careful Host is. Also a it a Rie a id convenient Carriage Fotss. John ii Akk. , april 0, 1855. A. Teachers association. Stray Lull. Bal. To itanj9 of Steward 8tatkmknx of the poor House Mui from the i to Day of april 185l>, until die 1.4 Day of Jan a 185u to no Ionut of toll Grain brought in by amount of produce amp of. Sold to sundry i persons for Cash and of account. Peot to be favored with Eddrea econ 78 bus. Porn 62 bus. Oats 9. I lbs. Beef. Abject it Dot Wiy fr0itt ,o,.l my i 1 the premises of the Suh wih Ltd. A in. Ora. J a it Ingrin St. Glair township about the fir a second meeting of Teto Liers Der Solors of to but la get a i., White a Gottul Bull Wuh a piece eff the Lett ear url re Ucli out of the Tudor tide of the Light suppose Quot to be one year old Zaat Spring. The owner i. Req rated to come Forward preve property charge and take bit a Way. 1 a. Powki1s. Doc. 21, t8o-5 a and the Friend of education will be held in Bedford on thursday the 20th Day of March next for the purpose of organizing a county teachers association. Every school teacher in the county should if possible be presort As wre sex we the undersigned directors of Tho poor and House of Kruplo Yeut of cd food county do certify that to have examined the annexed account statement Aud report of win. In. Moorhead Steward of said poor and House of employment from the 1st. Of april 185b, until the 1st of jauy., 185g, and Bud the saute to to Correct. Gentlemen of our own town but a do from Tobor places among the try probably Tho Hon. Ii. C Hioko a hop. Stale Aporin Tendall at Harrisburg. A cordial invitation let extended to Tho superintendents of Somerset Biair. And Fulton counties. T. R. Gettys county Sim. February 29, 185c. a sotos letters of a a ministration haying was grand to in a subscriber living in Sonly Woodberry township in the estate of Jacob Over Etc of Saint township Derd. Nil Peon is to said estate Are not Ivd to payment immediately and those having Clait a f Agi Nat the same will present them progeny i authenticated for Sattl irent. Cyrus 8 0 Erja Len r. Feb. 1�, 1856.

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