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THK WORLD'S CREAT REMEDY TOR
Scrofula and Scrofulous Diseases.
Fron l Emery Fdes, a well-known merchant of Oxford,
'• I have sold large quantities of your S.ARSAPARILI.A,
but never >o t one bottle which failed of the desired effect
end hill h.iusiuetiun to those who took it. As fast aa our
People try it, they agree there has been no medicine like It
before in our community.''
Eruptions, Pun pi as, Blotches, Pustules, Ulcers,
Sores, and all Diseases of the Skin.
Fran tits. Ilobt. titration, llristol, England.
" t only do thy duty to von and the public! when 1 add
my toj-timony to that you publish or the medicinal virtues
<>! your Saks wwiii Ll.A. My daughter, aged ten,.had an
afflicting humor in her ears, eye's, and hair for veara,
which we were unable to cure until we tried your SAKSA
1* Will. la She has beeu well for some mouths."
From Mr s Jane K. Hire, a tee!! lumen and mnch-esteemed
lady of Hc.nuiTitle, Cape May Co.. X.J.
'• My daughter has suffered tor a ve'nr past with a serof
ulous eruption, which was very troublesome. Nothing
afforded any relief until we tried your Saksaiwuu.la,
which soon completely cured her "
From Charles I', ('.aye. list/., of the widely l:nown Cage.
Murray .)■ Co.. manufacturer* of enamelled patters in
XarhHo, .V. ff
" I had for several years a very troublesome humor in
my face, which grew constantly worse until it disfigured
my features ami tveame an intolerable affliction. 1 tried
almost every thing a man could of both advice and medi
cine, but without any relief whatever, until 1 took your
Sak> uwiiii.i.A. It immediately made my face worse, as
you tohl me it might for a time. but in a few weeks the
nerv skin 1 cgau to form under the blotches, and con
tinued until my face is as smooth as any liodjr's, and (
am without any symptoms of the disease that 1 know of.
1 < njoy perfect health, and without a doubt owe it to your
S ills vYakii.LA."
Erysipelas General Debility Purify the Blood.
From Or. Uoht Motrin, Houston St., Xrir Yorh.
"bn Avne t silloui tail to remove Eruptions and
Srafntous s rrs by 1 lie persevering use of your S ir.s.uw
hll.l.A. ind I have just noweured an attack of Malignant
Ery.ipn'ux with it. Xo alterative we possess equals the
Sai.-ai* wm.l.A you have supplied to the profession as
well us to the people "
From /. K. Johnston, Esq., IftUfman. Ohio.
" For twelve rears. I had the yellow Krvsipelas on my
tight arm. during whieli time I trad nil the celebrated
physicians 1 could reu-b, and took hundreds of dollars
worth of medicines. The ulcers were so bad that the
cords became visible,and the doctors derided that my arm
must be amputated. ! began takirlg your Sarsapakii.i.
Took two (rattles, and some of vo'ur l'l i.i.s Together
they have cured inc. lam now as' well and sound as any
body, llebiir in a pulvfir place, my rise is known to every
body ill this community, and excites the wonder of all."'
Front Hon. Henry Monro, M /' /*., of Xewcustle, C. If.,
a leadin./ member of the Canadian I'arliament.
"I have use! your S A its a!' \ it! (.la in my family, for
enteral debility, and lor purifying the blood, witli very
cueii.-i tl results, and leei coniidviice in couunendiug it
to the afflicted."
St. Anthony's Fire, Boss, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Sore Eyes.
From TTarrey Siel trr, Esq.. the able editor of the Tunl
hnnnork Hemacral, I'ennsylrania.
" Our only did. l. about tliri-e years of age. was at
tacked by pimples on his forehead. They rapidly spread
until they lormcd a loathsome ami virulent sore, which
covered his tare, and actually blinded bis eyes lor some
■lays. A #kil.ul physician applied nitrate of silver and
otfu r remedies, without any apparent i licet. For lifteiu
day a we guarded Ins hands, lest with tin m he should
tear open the lest 'ring and corrupt wound which covered
Ins u hole face, il.iv ing tried every tiling else wo had
any hope from, we lagan giving your Sack a i-.\ killa,
and applying the iodide ol potash' lotion, as you direct.
The sore began to heal when we had given the lirst bottle,
and was well when we had tinislicd the second. The child's
eyelashes, win -h had come out. grew again, and he is i>vv
as healthy and fair as any other. The whole neighborhood
predicted that the child must die."
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
Front He Hiram Slo.it, of St. l.ouis, Missouri.
" I (Ltd your Saks ai-akilla a more effort;;..! remedy
for the secondary symptom* ol Syphilis and lor syphilitic
dis #r th hi any other we possess. The profession are in
debted ;o you ior some oi the !' t medicines we have "
From A. J. E-en h, M. 7)., '■ n eminent physician of law
retire, M ich' >s a prominent member of the l.egis
bdtire Of Ml irhll efts.
'• Dip Av£!t. Mv dear Sir: I have found your Saksa
r.AKlt.LA an excellent remedy for Syphi/ls, both of the
primary and secondary type, anil effectual in some eases
that wire too obstinate to yield to other remedies. Ido
not know what we can employ with more certainty of suc
cess, where a powerful alterative is required."
Mr. fl,os. S. Van L'rw, J . ." ' '
drendftil nlo rs en his l. gs. < ..used by the abuse of mercury,
or mercurial tils, use. v iii. h grew iuore and more aggra
vated for vcars, m spite every remedy or treatment
tb t could bo applied, until the persevering use of Avun's
SAKsvfAKlt.T.v relieved him. Few cases ran lie found
more inveterate and distr -ring than this, and it took
aeveral dozen bottles to cure liira.
Leu cor:- hoc a, Whites, Female Weakness,
*re generally produced by interna! Scrofulous Clceration,
and are cry i cured by tbe alterative effect o l ' this
Sals vI'AKILI.a. Some eases require, however, m aid of
the S.UisAi'AIULLA, tlie skilful application of local rem
From the well -hit own and widely celebrated Ftr. Jacob
Morrill, of Cincinnati.
1 have found your SAlisAi'Aitlt.LA an excellent altera
tive in diseases of females. Many eases of Irregularity,
Teucorrha- 1, Internal Ulceration, and local debility, aris
ing irom tbe seroiulons diathesis, have yielded to it. and
there are ievv that do not, when its effect is properly aided
by local treatment "
.1 lady, vntciilhrg to allow the publication of her name,
" My daughter and myself have been cured of a very
debilitating I eueorr'ura of long standing, by two bottles
Cl' your SAUSAr.VRILLA."
Rhe-J.mati.sm, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Heart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused by Scrofula m the system, are rapidly cured
by this Ext. S vklai'aiulla.
p-,?sic-ss so many advantages over the other purga
tives in the market, and their superior virtues are
to universally known, that we neeil not do more
than to assure tl.e public their quality is maintained
equal to the best it ever ha been, and that they
may be depended on to do all that they have ever
Prepared by .1. C. AYER, M- 1)., & Co., Lowell,
Mass., and sold by
B F Harry. Bedfo'd, J. E. Colvin, SctiHlsbnrf.
J. M. Bmndollar, B'ooily Run; 1.. Putr, Stoner
town ;G. B. Ami k, St. C'lairvvi fe; D. Stoner.
Woodberry ; R. Ralston, Water Street; arid dealer#
everywhere. July 1, 1864.
A large supply ot LIST and alt \\ OvTL Capering.
-Floor (>il Cloths, all widths, at
Dec. 2 1861. CRAMER t CO'S.
L"tfer testamer fary on the estate ol Ev in
Swar'zwelder, late of Monroe township, dec'il.,
have been gtanted to th® uuder#ign-d. All persons
knowing themselves indebted lo said estate, in a
ny way whatever, are hereby notified to ma# im
mediate payment and 'hose having claim#, will pre
sent them without dela\ . properly authenticate, for
Rctriem-nf. EMANUEL SWARTZWFLDKR,
Feb. 3 1865. 6t.* Executor.
The undersigned have just opened a large and gen
eral o>-ortnrient ot
FALL AND WINTER GOODS-
Embiacing many varieties of fabrics,
new and beautiful.
Having on hand a large stock purchased previous
to tbe late afvnnce, we are enabled to offer many
BAR G A IJS S
THAI' CANNOT BE FOUND ELSEWHERE.
Our friends, custom- r-, ai d public gener lly, are
rpsp-ctiully invtt-d to c 11 an-1 examine our s-ock
and prn es h#f,.r- pureha ing. as we are deternriit'ed
to#ejl at SHOR r PROFITS, tneieby enuring large
TERM C —Cash, Puodcce, or Four Months credit
to those who will pav us promptly.
nterest charged on all ceonnts afier dtie.
A. B. CRAMER & CO.
December 2, 1861.
LA I> I E :
At Cramer & Co's you will find Cloaking Cloths,
Shawls, Cloaks. Hoods, <Vc., very cheap.
Dicember 2, 1564.
A good assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING
just received at CRAMER A CO'S.
.Oecembei 3, 1864.
Consumptive sufferer# wiil receive a valuable prc
•friptton for Die cure of Consumption. Ast bma, Bron
chitu, and all Throat and Lung Affections, (!r*a ol
charge,) bv sending their address to
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., N. York.
"~DRDiTSTORE FOR SIIJ.
1 OFFER FOR SLE MY DRUG STORE,
O* Juliana Stksxt, Becfobo. Term- reasonable.
ft. C. REAMER
Xtocetaber 0, 1884
_ WM. HiRTLEY'S fflLlM.l
The Eureka Hay, Straw and Fodder
Cutter and Crusher,
Will save to any fainter who hus sixheJl horse#
'o keep, at least SISO in twie season.
This machine ha* been improved since last y*>r,
md is pronownced by the farming public "The best
"utter ever invented."
Having sold mere than 100 of these cutters the
,iastyear, 1 respectfully beg leave to refer to a few
l" rmers of Bedford county who have th-rn in use:
'■idge Burns, Daniel Walter,
•ihr Srhnehley, Abraham Reighard,
Samuel Boor, M. B. Miller,
Simon Nycum, John Shank,
J icob Fetter, John W. Hoover,
C. R. R-a, Michael Schafer,
fohn S. Brumbaugh, John N- 'leter,
lenry Hai>hb-rger, Henry Clipper,
.imiiel Griffith, Jacob Vont,
'acoh Riihlle, John Hahlerhaum,
Isaac Imier, Martin Hoover,
d m Diberf, Wm. Grisinger,
John Wbiteline, Frederick Schnebley,
\ 'am -vim-l, J. Irvin Nhl#,
Henry St George Bowsei,
William Rock, David Karns,
William Kej ser and some 60 other farmers, ail of
vhotn I am confident will speak of thrs machine in
•he highest terms of piaise.
On account of the great scarcity of mechanics,
the high price of material, and the great demand
for these machines, I was unable to secure enough
to supply the demand last season. And having now
out 40 on hand, farmers desiring to secure cutters
MUST ORDER SOON.
-1 stili have in store an elegant assortment of
Hardware of all kinds,
which I will close out at very fair prices.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
ALWAYS O.N HAND.
Coal Oil and kaiiiirs
AT THE LOWEST HATES.
MOWING & REAPING MACHINES,
which I will sell during the winter at much less
than they will be sold for next season.
SAUSAGE MEAT CUTTERS,
at old prices.
BUTCHER KNIVES, MEAT SAWS,
REVOLVERS of different kind*.
MILL SAWS, at old rates.
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, *.c.
Being drsirous of closing up my business, all in
debted to me wiil please settle at once—ar.d per
sons desiring any thing in my line, will find it to
their advantage to call, as I am determined to clone
out my present stock of goods at LOWER RATES
than goods can now be purchased for elsewhere.
ALWAYS ON HAND,
The very best Coal Oil made.
CLEAR AND BRIGHT,
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
Thankful for tha very liberal share of patronage
which I have heretofore received, I respectfully so
licit a continuance of tne same.
Bedford, Novateber 18, 1564.
TO VOL N G M EN. j
Ju<t published in a seated envelope. I'ricr Six Cts. j
A LECTURE on the Nature. Treatment and rad- |
ical pure ot Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness,
Involuntary F.ms-sions, Sexual !)phility, urn' Imped
iments lo Marriage generally. Nervousness, Con
sumption. F.pi lep-y an 4 Fits, Mental and Physical.
Incapacity, resulting irnnn Sfll-Abnse, kr. Bv ROB
ERT J. ''IavcHWELL, M. D., Author ot the "Green
The world-rnowned au'hor, in this admirable
L"Cture, cleaily proves from his own experience :
'hat the awful consequences of Slf abuse may he
eflectuilly removed without medicine, and without
■ Urigefbus surgical operations, bougie-, instruments,
rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at ,
once certain and effectual, bv '-vbich every sufferer,
no ma'ter what his condition may be. may cure '
himsfli cheaply, piivatelv. and radically. Th[S
LECTURE WILL PROVE A BOON TO THOU- j
SANDS AND THOUSANDS.
Sent under seal, to anv address, in a plain, sealed j
envelope, on Ihe receipt of six cents, or two post
age stamps, by addre-sing
< HAS I C. KLINE h CO..
127 Bowery. N Y. Post-office Box 4580.
Feb. 6. (Nov. 25, '64 )
S N V A 3d B .
IRCN IN THE DLCOD.
It is well known ! o the medical profession that
'RON is the Vita! Principle oi Life Element of the j
b (rod■ This is derived chiefly from the fond we
eat , but it the food is riot properly ilige.ted, or if,
from any cause whatever, the nece--aiy quantity ol ,
iron i- not taKeii into ffie circula'ion, or become*
leilureil, tpe whole system suffers. The bad blod
will irritate the heart, will clog up 'he lungs, will 1
Stupefy the brain. Will obstruct the liver, and will
send its disease producing el merits To all parts of
the system, and eveiy one will suffer in whatever
orgen may be predisposed to disease.
The great value of
Iron as a Blcdicine
is well known and acknowledged by all medical men.
T ie difficulty ba been to obtain such a preparation
of it a- will enter the circulation and as-iimlate at
once with the blood. Thi* point, says Dr. Hayes,
Vld-sachiisetts Siafe Chemist, has been attained in
the P. riivian Syiup, by combination in away be
THE PERUVIAN SYTUP
is a PROTECT!" I) solution of the PROTOXIDE OF
IKON. A NEW DISCOVERY IN MKHICINE, !
that strikes at the root ol disease by supplying 'he
blood with Its Vital Principle or Life Element—lron.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, Drc.psv, Fever
and Ague, Loss of Energy, Low spirits.
THE PERUVIAN SYR I P
infuses strength, vigor, and new life into the sys
tem, and builds up an %t lroa Constitution. '
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
'Cures Chronic Diarrbo- , Scrotula. Boils, Scurvy,
l.u-s of Constitutional Vigor.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
| Cute- Nervous Afbctions, Female Complaints, and
all diseases ol the Kidneys and Bladder.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a SPECIFIC for all di-eases originating in a BAD
SPATE OF THE BLOOD, or accompanied by De
bility or a Low State of the cys em.
Pamphlets containing certificates ot cures and re
commendations from some ot the most eminent phy
sicians, cle'gymen, and others, will b_- sent FKEK
to any address.
We select a few of the names to show the char
acter of the te.-fimonials.
.JOHN F.. WILLIAMS, ESQ.,
President ol Ihe Metropolitan Bank, .New York.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Late Editor Christian Advocate and Journal.
K v. P. CHURCH,
Editor New York Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, Lewi- lohnson, M. h,,
Rev. Warren Burton, Roswell Kinney, ,V|. D.,
Rev. Arthur B Fuller, S K. Kendall. M I) , ,
Rev. Gurdon Robins, W. R. Chi-holm. M. D.,
Rev. Sjlvanu- Cobb, Francis Dana, M. f).,
Rev. T. Siarr King, Jeremiah Stone. M. D.,
Rev. Fphraim Nute, 'r., J. AntonioSanches, M . D.,
Rev. Joseph H. Clinch, Abraham Wendell, M. D.
Rev. Heny Upham, A. A. Haves, M. D.,
Rev P. C. H-arfley, J. R Chi ton, M. D ,
F.ev. John W. OSmstead. H. E. Kinney, M. D.
P .pared by N L. CLARK >* CO.. exclusively for
J. P. DINSMORE, No- 421 H-oadway, New York.
Sold by all Druggists.
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Ha I. Ol>l Sores.
REDDI N(i S RUSSIA SALVE
Cure- Bums. Sca'd- Cuts.
REDDING S RUSSIA SALVE
Cores Wo nds. Krrises, Spr ins
REDDING S RUSSI \ SALVE
('ures Boils, Ulcers, Cancers.
Cures Salt Rheum. Piles, Erysipelas.
REDDING N RUSSIA SALVE
Cure- Ringworm, Corns, fcc., fee.
No Fnrn>ly should bv. without it.
ON'.Y 25 cents a box.
F'>K SALE BV
J. P. riNSVORF. No. 421 Broadway, New York.
S..VV, FOWLE &CO., No. 18 I'remont St., 80-ton,
And by all Lruggi-ts an-l Country Storekeepers.
May 13, 1804—eowly.
|j i|\ I am engaged ii selling the
I Erie Pump- certainly the
r aNS V< only pump well adapted to
""KIIK Persons in need of a good
\\ pump will do well to give
\ me a c ill.
C?" Orders from all parts
| "WB of the county will be attend
ed to with promptness.
[ |J§| ADHRFSS:
| $ WM.C. SNIVF.LY,
I ™ Schellsburg.
Aug. 1, 1804.—3 m
Letters testamentary on the last will and testa,
merit ot Jacob Snowberger, late nf Middle Wood
berry township, dee'd., having been granted to the
subscriber, residing in saiu township, notice is
hereby given 'o all persons indebted to said estate
to make payment immediately, and those having
claims will p'esent toem, without delay, properly
authenticated for settlement.
Feb. 3—<}:.• JOHN B. REPLOGLE.
C. N. Hicxox, J. G. MirtfticH, J*.,
Pte3 ; n rho Bark BuilJin®, Jti ians SL
A'! operations, pertaining to Surgical or Mechan- !
ical Dentistry carefully and faithfully performed, 1
Bedford, January 0, 1865.
A Farm in Bedford township, owned by John H i
Rush, about lour miles fro n Bedford, containing
lf-n acre*, abort SO acres rleared, with log house, j
log barn and other out-buildings thereon erected ; j
| also, nn apple orchard thereon.
ALSO—A *iact ol lar.d containing fifteen acres, 1
about seven acres cleared with a story an.l a hall
log house and log stable thereon etect-d. adjoining
| land* of Joseph Krit.key, John A. Imgrund and oth
ers, situate in Juniata Township. The cleared land
I is in good ordei, and the balance well timbered, all
i capable of ea*y improvement and cultivation.
AL s O—A tract of land in Harmon's Bottom, Ju
niata 'ownship, with log house, barn, he., ttiereon
erected, containing 70 acre* and allowance. Put
; of thi* tract is cleared and under fence and in a good
1 state ot cultivation—-near to e school house, mill,
! he., adj lining lands of Scott, I.ow, Hughe* and oth
f ers, and lately purchased from William Hurley,
i Al.SO— A tiact of Unit in Union township, con
i taimng 225 acres, 72 acres cleared, with a lartn
! bouse, tenant house, double log b.rn and nw Saw
j Mill thereon erected. Also, an apple orchard there,
j or —known a- the "Snyder" or 1 Koons" property
-60 acre* ot land —lO cleued and under lence
1 with a log hou-e ttiereon erected, adjoinim George
Tiou'man. George May and other*, partly in Juiii
atla and partly in Londomleiry Townships, lately
owned by Andrew Wolford.
ALSO— IOC acres near Sto lersfown within $
i mile of Bioait Top Railroad—about 100 acres clear
! ed, with a two story dwelling house—new hank
| barn, stable, he., thereon erected ; also, two apple
| orchards thereon, of choice fruit. The soil i* a
i rich loam, an I capable of producing every variety
ol crops of this climate.
ALSO—-160 acres best quality of prairie—near
j the Missouri river, clo-e to the county seat ol
, Harri*on county, lowa.
AL><)—Two 160 acte tracts, adjoining Elkhortie
: city, in tile riche-t valley of the west the Platte
Va ley—about 20 miles west of Omaha city, and
clo-e to th great national or government road lead
ing west in N'ebra-k i Te>ritory.
Al.SO—l6O artes, two mile* above Omahi city,
on the great bend of the Missouri. This tract i
well timbeied and very desirable. AH of these
lands were located atier a personal inspection arid
careful examination of the ground, and .-an be well
| reiied upon for future Wealth. Map- showing the
I precise location are in my posses-inn.
A I.S<'—Three desitable lots in Oinah i City, Ne
j braska Territory.
ALSO—A lot of ground in the city of Dacotab,
The above real estate will be sold T *uch prices
j *s to insure safe and profitable investments.
Nnter v t oblig T ion - of any kind, that are good,
i will be taken in exchange—particularly good bank
Maj 5, 1563. O. E.SHANNON,
HAS ON HAND
AND CONSTANTLY KEEPS
A FULL SUPPLY
OF ALL KIjVDS OF GOODS.
i WHICH HE WILL SELL CHEAP FOR
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE
He J ford, Jan. 8, 1864.
MANUFA CTU R E R 0 K
CABINET-WARE, CHAIRS, &C.,
The undersigned being engaged in the Cabinef
i making ousiness, will make to order and keep on
! band every thing in his line ol manufactuie.
BUREAUS, DRESSING S LANDS, PAIi
LOR AND EXTENSION TABLES,
CHAIRS, REDS LEADS, WASH
STANDS, &-C., <S C.
< will be furnished t all prices, and to suit every
1 ta-te COFFINS will also be made to order.
attention paid to all orders for work.
(X7~Shop oi West Pi t Street, neaily oppo-ite the
residence of George Shuck.
July 10, 1863.—tf
UNION HOT EL7
WEST PUT ST., BEDFORD, PA.
V. STKC'KMAN, Proprietor.
This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom
modate the public in the beg' manner and on the
most liberal teuns. A splendid
is attached to this hotel. [May 9, 1862.
S. S. Diehl and William Dibert wou'd respectfully
announce to th-ir friends in Bedford comity, and the
public generally, that they have iea-ed for a term
of ye?rs, this Urge and convenient brick hotel, at
the co'net of Pitt and Julianna s-reet-. Bedford. Pa.,
known as the "WASHINGTON HOI FL,"and late
ly Kept by Mr*. S. Filer.
' This house is being ih- roughly re-fitfed and re
furnished, and is now open for the recepiion ofgue.-ts.
. Visitor* to the '-BEDFORD SPRING.")'" and person*
| attending Court, wi I find this house a pleasant and
j quiet tempoiary home. Eveiy attention will be
'• paid to the accomniod'tion and comtott o" guests.
I 'I he table will at all times be supplied with the
j best the rnarKets afford. Charges will he moderate.
• j Extensive -tabling is attached to this Ho|e|, and a
. i ca el II ) arid competent hntler will be in attendance,
ij Special attention will he paid to the accorumoda
tion ol the fa. tiling community.
! Conches leave this hou*e oaily (Sunday excepted)
: | at SjO i IOCK. A. M., and 2 O'CIOCK. P M., to con
nect with the trains going F.,i*t fiom Mount Dallas
am! B'oody Run. A conch will alsoleave tii-weeic
\y (Tuesday, Thursday and S turday) lor Somerset.
The tr veling public will find it decidedly to their
l advantage to stop with them,
j Bedford, Jan. 22, IS6l—tf.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA,
j Pa , Diseases Nervous System, Sp-rmatrr
rbcea or Seminal Weakness, Impotence, and other
affection* of the Sexual Organs, Physical Debility
am: Premature Decay new and reliable treatment,
in reports of the Howard Association, ser.t by mail
in sealed Utter enve'opeg, fre* oi charge. Addrpss,
•r.J.SKILLIN HOUGHTON. HOWARD ASSOCIATION
No. 2 Bouth Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
July 29, 1864—1y.
Letters 'estainentary on the estate of Joseph
Hewitt, 1 eof Napier township, deceai-d, having
been granted to the subscribers, nil persons indebt
ed to said estate are hereby notified to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims against the
same will present tbein properly authenticated for
settlement. THOMAS McCOY,
February 10, 1565 —6t* Executors.
St *. YlOV'lla. I
J. B. FARQUHAK has removed his store to the j
■ Colonnade immediately opposite the Nicholas Lvo n s
' stand. All his former patrons and the public gen- !
j erally, aie invited to call and see him
January 6, 1865.
Xew Winter Goods,
J. M. SHOEMAKER'S
His customers and tlic public generally are in
vited to call and examine tor themselves.
ARE OF THE HE>T QUALITY, AND
CHEAP AS TIIE CHEAPEST'
TO VOIR OWN INTEREST
BY EXAMINING MY STOCK.
A LARGE LOT OF
Boots and Shoes,
OF EXC ELL EXT QU SLIT Y,
AND VERY CHEAP,
term a part of my new stock.
WENS' WINTER WEAR,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Ladies' I Press Goods,
QUEENS W ARE, &C., AC.
Ml to be had at the stoic of.*. -M. Shoemaker.
! TLfV'trd, Nov. 20, K-I i.
The stibsc:iber has just returned from Pbilidel
i [itna, wheie he h'* pmrha-ed a large and s-lect
i -rock of FRAMES, comprising
GILT, EBONY, ROSEWOOD, UNION,
ANT) CARD FRAMES,
of different styles and varieties, frcm
•20 C 4*. JIJ lo Five Hollars, each.
ALSO—A new assortment of
| of all styles, holding from 12 to 2(10 pictures, at
pries vaiymg from 75 cent* to $20.00,
j Suitable for the P cket or the Pat I or.
i Plwfcgraplis, Ambrolvpes. Mr!ainot\pes, &0.,
Irtkf'n as low as f ach.
[X]r~Pirtur-s of every kitul and description copied
to suit the j hum size or hie *i/.e, on the most isa
scnable terms, and in the most durable manner.
lu*t too ions in 'be art given on mo.leiate terms,
tskvliehi Gailerv opposite the Washington Hotel.
Bedfo.d, June 10 1861.
The undersigned having taken charge nf the Bed
' ford Hotel, foitnpily kept by Col. lohn Hafer, an
! nonrces ti the public 'hat he wi I be able to aff-ud
i the best a-.'COiriTiOilatlons, both to the traveln g pub
! lie and home ru-tom. The bouse wil be improved
j and re fitted, and the Bar will alw ys be well sup
I plied with choice liquors. His table will be sup
! plied with the choicest edihles i f the season, and
i he will spaie no pains to make it suitable for all.
Hi* stable is one of the be-t in Bedford, and a good
hostlrr will always be in attendance.
CC?"Bojrdeis t iken by the week, month or year,
i Term- re sonable. The public are respectfully in
vited to give lum a call.
JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER.
Bedford, Ja"u iry 15. 1864.
THE MENGEL HOUSE,
JULIANA STKKP.T, BKDFORD, PA.
! The subscriber respectfully b-g- l-ave to inform
I the travelling public that he ha- recently enlarged,
| improved a d refltted his house both for 'he ,ie
cointnoda'ion of trav- ler- and boarders, as Weil as
country customers P--ron coming to this place
for the pt'rpo-e of vi-iting the B-dlord Springs, will
find this liou'P pleas ntly located.
Ample and convenient Stabling is attached to
this Hotel, which will alw ays be attended by a care.
Mil ho-tler. Also a sale and convenient earn ge
All are invited to give him a call.
ISAAC MENGFL, Proprietor.
April, 15, 1564.
BEAUTIFUL SUN UMBRELLAS
i Jnst opened at CRAMER'S.
May 29, 1563.
All unsettled accounts upon our books must be
j closed tiy ca-h or note, January 2, 1865. This i-
I the onty notice we shall give.
A. B. CRAMER & CO.
j December 30, 1564.
How to Save Your Money.
Cali and buv your goods of E. V. MOWRY. that
' has be- II purchased at S3 per cent. che„p, r than
\ they have been lor the last three month*, or ca- be
at present, when gold and good- had suddenly fallen
Her stock comprises a general assortment of
BONNETS, FELL AND SILK HATS,
Latest Winter Styles,
ALSO—A fin - assortment of CLOAKS, RALMO
RAL and HOOP SKIRTS, WO JLKN IJO'cE,
DRESS BUTTONS, NOTIONS, <J-e.
f£7"\ll persons having aciomts standing, wi'l
pease call and settle at once, far we have to pay
Cash for all we buy, and MUST receive CASH for
our goods to keep up our *toi'k.
Btdiord, November 4, 1864.
A Most Excellent Medicine.
J. F. CABPENTER'S RitKUNtATtc Ftrtp.- Person*
sttHertng from Rbi-umatism, Neuralgia, Dipt hem.
Burns, he., will find this a most ex.ellent rem dy.
I'comes to us recommended by some of the best
men in the State —and in this community Trv a
bottle and see for yoursell. For sale at >. L Deft
baugh'g, Bedford. April 29, 1831 —ly. i
WM W.PAUL, D, J. HOAR,
H. L. HOOD,
WW. IV. PAIL X CO..
BOOT & SHOE
W A It E II 0 USE,
623 Market St. & 614 Commeice St. above Sixth
December tO, 1864 ly.
WAS* TWA A X i:\CLLWA\,
(SUCCESSORS TO MICHAEL VARTM AN <Jr CO.)
| Tobacco and s*jac
No. 313 NORTH THIRD STREET,
Second door below Wood,
f. W. WARTMAN. H. P. FNGKLMAN.
Moreli -JT), 1804.
Arnold, Aiitbnuui X \irdlinger.
Importers, Jobbers, and Wholesale Dealers in
Uloflis, Cassimeres, Testings, Tailors' Trim
Nos. 333 .Market S reet, and 27 North Fourth Street,
nFFFRS great inducement- to Whole.ale Dealers
from the Country, in quantity, quality, style,
! price, and terms.
i Merchants. Tailors and Dealers visiting Philadel
phia, wi I find it To their advantage to nil and ex
i aoitne stock and learn prices before purchasing else
j whete. Dec 9, 1664—1y
I C. J). M'CLEES & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS,
INDIA RUBBER SHOES,
NO 133 NORTH THIRD STREET
OPPOSITE CHEBKV ST.,
Apr. 17, 1863—1y.
PAI L GRAFF, W*. H. WEIMER,
ISAAC WATRIJT, PH.S. SAERTINGTORT.
GRAFF, WATK'N & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS IMI SHOES,
No. 426 Marker Sfieet,
January 13, IS6s—ly.
| TO T'iU PEOPLE OF BEDFORD COUNTY:
The fir-t train on the Southern Pennsylvania and
| ' onnellsville iai,ro.id has arnved heavily freighted
j with goods of
EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR
We take pleasure in telling our customers and the
I public that we are now pr.pare for the
WIN TEH TRADE.
We have just received a large stock of
LADitSS' WINTER DRESS GOODS,
SAC K FLANNELS,
SHAWLS, HOODS, &c., ice.
CLOTHS, CJiSSLMERES, SjSTLVETTS,
and a very great variety of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Over Coats, Over Coats, Over Coats!
Come Gentlemen,and examine out stock of clothing.
j BOOTS AND SHOES, BOOTS AND SHOES,
for Ladles and Gentlemen, Boys and Guls.
Groceries, Gueensware, Tobacco,
and all articles usually found in a first class store.
A'e are s : ncerely grateful to a generous public for
their pit onage j,, the p st, and hop- by strict at
tention to th-ir wants and a fond 'eMre to please,
to make it pay all who visit -'C KAP CORNER."
J. B. FARQUHAR.
Bedford, Dec. 16, 1564.
Letters of administration on the estate of Henry
Johnson, late of Southampton township, deceased,
having b; j en granted to (he subscribei residing in
said township, by the Register of B.dford coun y,
he notifies all p-r-ons indebted to toe estate to maka
payment immediately, .ind all persons having c aims
against t.m same a '• requested to present them prop
erly authenticated for s-ttlem-nt.
THOMAS DONAHOE, Adm'r-
March 3, 1365 6t
Letteis te-taineiiiary on the estate of John Sni
der, la'e of Sll >ke Spring township, deceased, hava
! been granted by the R-giter of Bedford county to
i Jacob Snider, of South Woodberry township, and
•samuel bnider and Jacob Stucuey. of Middle Woud
beiry township, all persons having claims at de
nial ds against said - slate are notified to make krniwo
the same to am execu'ors Without delay, and all
per.oris inde b> d to Said astute are notitled to uiaise
JACOB SI OCKEV,
Feb; uary 17, 1855—6t* Executors.
EXEC UTOR'S NOTICE.
Letters testamentary on the estate .<f Miebal
K-. tter, lat. of " 'ford townsh.p, deceased, having
been granted to the siF'scriber, all p-iaons indebted
to said es'att a e heieby notified to make immeui
ate payment, an I those h ving claims against the
same will piesent tbein propeilv authenticated for
settlement. J. W. TOMI-INSON,
t ebiuary 10, 1865—<>t Executor.