The Bedford gazette. (Bedford, Pa.) 1805-current, June 02, 1865, Image 4

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    tar *o!tu>'a ORUT AIVIIRR roa •
Scrofula and Scrofulous Disoasee. i
Pre~ Unary EdtS, attl-tnovn mercha.it cf Orfvrd, ;
Maine, I
•1 hare so<! large quantities of your S.VRSArARILI-A, !
hat cevar yet one hot tie which faded of th.j desired effect
and ftiil satisfaction to those who took it. A* fast as our |
people try if, they agree there has been no Medicine like it j
before iu our community."
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotchos, Pustulas, Ulcers, t
Sores, and all Diseases of the Slcin.
From fire, liobt. Slratton. firtitol, England.
- I only do my duty to you and the public, wheu 1 add
iny testimony to that you lmblt&h of the medicinal virtues
of your SAKSAPARH.LA. My daughter, ng-?d ten, lutd an
afflicting humor iu her car*, eyes, aud liair for vcars,
which we were unable to cure until wc tried your SAESA
fARILI.A. She has been well for some months."
Frcm Mrs. Jave E. I2,ce, uicrll-knotni and much-esteemed
lady if DennisviUe, Cape May Co.. X. J.
* My daughter has suffered for a year past with a scrof
ulous eruption, wliicii was very troublesome. Nothing
AFFORDED any relief until we tried your SAUSAPAIULLA,
which toon completely cured her."
Prom Charles /'. Gage. Esq., of the tridely lumen Gage,
Murrey cf Co., manufacture 'i of enamtued papers in
Xashuu, X. 11.
" JI liad for several years a very troublesome humor In
nv Arc. which grew constantly worse until it disfigured
cry features and became an Intolerable affliction. 1 trmd
almost every thing a man could of both advice and medi
cine, but without any relief whatever, until 1 took your
SAKHA r.tltu.LA. It immediately made my face wor-c. as
you to';! me it might for a time ; but in a"few weeks the !
r.ew s'viu began to form under the blotches, and con- !
tinned uatil my face is as smooth as anybody's. and I '
am without any symptoms of the disease that I "know of.
I enjoy ft Tibet health, and without a doubt owe it to your I
SARSVI'AKILLA." " j
Erysipelas General Debility Purify the Blood. 1
from Dr. liobt s'au-i i. Houston St., Xow York.
"Dr.. AYCU. 1 stidotn fail to remove Ernpt% >•>* and
$,-r.f!tov j Sera* .he persevering use of your AXUSAPA
ttI!-i.A, and 1 liavejui-f now cured tin r.ttai'k of Malignant I
Erj'ip/las witii it. No alterative we possess equals the
KAK.sAFARit.hA you have supplied to the profeswn as >
well a* to the people " 9
rrom J. B. Johnston, Esq., Yralcman, Ohio.
" Per twi li e years, i had the yellow 1 'ry;r...!.v on my
TUrht arm, during which time I tried e.ll the celebrated t
ph. ichius f "ould reach, and took hundreds of dollars i
worth of ntedi.'iavs. The ulcere were so tad that the ,
r. rds f ee.-!rue visible, and the do. tors decide j that my arm ;
run he . ted. I began t.shiug you - - g.s.vr* tttt.: A. i
Took two tiles, end seme of your PILI.S. Together '
they have eu 1 iae. lam now to well ami mud as i.i.y
body. 1" iu a public place, my cr .o Is known to every i
body In" community, and excites the wonder of alt.*'
irSm H.J.,. H v.-v. Yc.ro. M of IXr istC. C. IF., •
a trod. tilt CuratU j: UK ,t.
♦•I ha "1 your SX: SAI* in my family, for J
frpe~>i debitUtu waA tor .'.V* 1. % cry
Pra-uci ;l . . > • , and feel acruidencc i'i eoraiaeuding it
t-) the auli -Uii."
Aiittc-y's PICA. F.csa, S..'t Itheuia, Eoald
Hesa, BJ: * Eyas.
From Uarrett Sie'dtr, Dj., the oils editor cfthe Tunis
I■. net Democrat, Pestnigivosiim.
" Our only, child, about three yars of age, wA* at- |
lark •! liy pi'mpl .t on his forehead. Ti <"■- r.; idly spread >
until they formed a loath ■me •..-.•1 > I relent acre, which J
corned his and r. in ally bib ied hiseyt* for soma j
itavs. A okilful piiysiclr.n applied nitrate of silver nnd i
otiur remt is, i'hort any wipe.rent efftct. 1' r fifte '■
days we gur.rdt 1 !,s hv- :.-, i -t v.- .: ti;- M hi r-hoald !
tcsropnfnK .' ; i;ug and corrupt wound which covered |
his win.!e Dm. Manas tried every thing w had I
any hope front, we Poian giving your Souriaau, j
and applvi g the eaf putash lotioa, as Hndnek l
The snrcVruan to hi r-1 when we had given the first j
end w ; >v, ,i when v -h ;.i lini-hCil the second : '.ild'a
ry'ts--: •s. > n had eam< uitt.gr. •. a:, i ! i.> new
4Sl.it,;- ,—i >m i ic,r asanyot'Tr, flic whole unigUborliosxl
j ;.d..lv > th.it the child most die."
-S. ..hi■ i and I-Tor rurtci sig9n-:e.
From tor Hi real Stout, tf St. MU ou.-t. •
"1 hull jmr Ssmtr AHUA a more . u remedy t
ftrtM Et-M" biry sv. tptota* of Sg: <■ • ami:., lyphibtTe <
dpn rs hsit any otnn ire possess. The profession are in- i
debted to you tor s. .a ot the 1,-,. rawlki: ; ~e have."
,*"r u .1. '. Err . , .* r . J}., on * ■ -y .fc-rv- j
r tree, MUM., ate a pro •' l MMo / the Lcjio- j
lature of Mnstack aretls.
'• Dp.. Ai. . My li'itr in I have four 1 your S.tr.st- I
VAP.iLI.A tm rxrelp nt -tin, dy for hilis." b-.d'i of the
pm try. ! sc'-eutstry tyj.r, r.nd e£ .'tunl in Ktne cases
that -v.- ■- t.> obstinsie to yield to other wmartles. tJo :
not k.'vw what we c.n euij.i',/ with ptore c- . tniuty of tuo
iKsr, where a powerful si' .'cative is r- quired."
Mr. Cbn, S. Iks l>Vic, .'f A>;c Bnm ad h, .V. /..had
drcp.dfi'i ihcr* on IP i : ~eiasedl>y the abuse of mercury,
or mercvrU.l diteente, which grew more and moie aggre
v ..Ivd for yeai ir, in spin- of every remedy or Treatmcut
tfcst could lie •>!, uo.t'l the p -rseverirg use of A VKK A
JKAKS '■ ILI.A relieved him. F< w cases can be found
more hMtcnts and i.'irv-fr.g tiiua this, aud it took
several dozen bottles to cure him.
Deueorrhcea, Whitos, ITemala Weakness,
are generally prrwlttced bv internal Scrofoh":, Ulceration,
and are veiy often , arvd by the alterative eflWt of tins
SACS VPARMJA. Bome.-•-< reqti;re, however, in aid of
the SAKdAPARIU..'., the tkihul application of local rem- i
•dies. .
Fr-.n the tceTt-knrirn and tcidf'y-cchbrafed Dr. Jacob
jrr.rrtll, of Cincrnnati. I
" 1 have found your s-' USAPAEIIAA au cru llert alterv
tire w dlsvu'v sof f,-t... ;<■•. Many vases . ' irn gularity,
Leucorrlicca, L.ton; I Ulceration, and 10-.i.' Inhty, an*- ,
tng from the serofnlou.- ilbthesis, have yir-lded 11 it. and ,
there arc few that do not, when its effect is properly aired
by local treatment."
A laay, unuuii. g to alisoc the publication of hc~ name,
tcr't •
** M" daughter and mvvclf have been enred of a very
debilitating l.eHeorrhcA"; f long stihtkog, by two bottles
cf your SAK>.-.rASILLA."
Hhdninatfara, Goat, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Eesr-t D.seaaa, ffouzaigla,
when ra ssaJ by Scrcftua in the r; steal, sre npidly surtsi
by :bb U...T
AYER'S
CATHARTIC PILLS
jxtss;. 3 so many atlvantages over tiie- other [ :rz%-
ttvsd'.i the market, -and their superior virtues ar
SKI ur.ivers.illy known. Uu: tro n not tlo more
than ta assure (he ruth lie their qca'in is n ; mt.ai.cd
ei-jtial to the best it ever lias Wen, ami •'at they
may be dcytntl-i on to do ail that ti y have ever
done.
Prepared by ,T. C. AYEK, M. D-, 4 Co., Lovi ell,
and sold by
H. F. Harry, Bedford, J. E. Colvin, Schellsburg,
J. M. Barndollar, Bloody Run; L. Putt, Sfonert
town ; G. B. Amuck, St. Clairsvi'ie; D. Stoner,
Woodberry ; R. Ralston, Water Street, and dealers
•veTyvvhere. July 1, lS6t.
HI Cl 3 A HSJ UO.
M A N 0 F
CzABIWET-WARE, CHAIRS, SiC„
BEDFORD, PA.
The und--:gneJ being engaged in theCabiret
nsaku.g Dusine*3, will make to order and keep or.
hand every th "g in bis line of manufacture.
BUREAUS, DRESSLW STAA DS, PAR ,
LOR .LVD EXTEASIQoY TABLES.
CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, WASH
STANDS, S C., SC.
will be furnished at all prices, and to su.t t\ery
tavte. COFFINS will also be made to order.
E?~Protnpt attention paid to all orders for work..
on West Pitt Street, neatly opposite the
residence of C-torge Stuck.
HChARD LEO.
July 10, 16C3.—if
Allegheny Male an<l Female Serainarj,
lr AIN S BURG, Bedfoti Co., Pa.
TJiO .Second Quarter ei' i!.e Spring S a lon of
tbts InstUntlm ctmmen. v ?s APUII* 12. The'
rates tire reascnr.bie. All i- ranches, ts.-efai jurJ
orna;i.rnla!. utrcLl.
J. C I11"{-.jES. Pnn pt>!
Mir? I. . Ciii.SSW ELL, PREAEPTRENS
UK 10 Nil uTE L .
WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PA.
Y. STECKMAN, Proprietor.
Ttii excellent hotel is new prepared to accom
modate the public ir; the best manner and on the
most hberai terms. A splendid
LIVESV SIABLS
ta attaches to thrs hotel. [May 9, IS2.
EXF.CUTORS'NOTICE.
Ivttvrs testamentary or. the ertate of Jacob Pe
vore, late o' Londonderry tp., deceas-d. having been
jratted to the eubscrtbtrs, all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate, are requested to
make immediate payment, and those btvmg claims
•gainst the same, toil) pre sen: them properly au- !
thentieated for seulement,
• GORNET.IL'S PF.VORE,
IS VAC DEVORE,
April 2*.—-fits.' Executors.
t\ DM IN IST RA TO R'R NOTICE.
Letter/ of erimintatratioa.cnth- •••'at. >f William
Brailiar, late ol Hopewell township, deceased, hav
ing barn granted to the aubscrtber, residing u, ;
Plooiy Run, oil persons indebted to said estate arc I
'iquestr-.i to make lurm" iiate payment, and ihosa
baviiq. slaiios agsiast tbe same will present tbetn
properly 'jthBttestd for s'tlerDnt.
SAMUEL BENDr.R,
My S-dt AdWr, j
Important to Farmers.!
Having purchased a large lot ol the celebrated
•FARMER .MOWING MACHINES,"
before the big advance made by the manufacturers
of all machines in the winter, I now offer to those
w ha will first apply belore the 20th o: -May, next,
Farmer Mowers at Sl5O, cash. '1 his .Mower is
considered tbe best ever invented, and the highest
testimonials of hundreds of farmers can be produ
ced. It is built almost entirely of IRON if MU.I., ;
cuts 4i feet, light 2 horse power, easily managed, j
and when properly worked is warranted not to clog ;
in the heaviest wet grass. It is greatly improvec
and has but 200 pounds draft.
ALSO,
20 Gum Spring Grain Seeders, j
i at sloless than manufacturers price, CASH, if bought j
| before the Ist of June, neV. 1 h *'"now'lC .
i ed the "BEST DRH-L IN THE WORLD.
ALSO,
Combined SiA'- gjici s,
at less tban present cost,
y- STRAW AND FODDER CUTTER
at winter rates.
Hardware ol all Ets!id,
at leduced prices.
W.M. HARTLEY.
April It, 1565. Bedford, Pa. j
I FHOIKK. I- " EB i
i / HEAP CO RN E R <-OM INC
j V D()<vN\vllil Ac " s -1 •
| J. B. FARQUH-'VRJ has been to the City pur- j
| .-baem£ bis Spring itoek, ul takes pleasure it |
stating he is fully prepared to eil
! ' AT
| A red .etion cf Lctn f.ver.ty-Lve to fifty per cen: !
OS FO'tJIER F RICES.
| -VE ask the public to exatni-e cur stock, as we |
j \ % aie determ.aed not to let a: > o ,
COLONNADE BUILDING,
JB. FAR6UHAR, I
4 ' \
MARCH 25TH, ISC-*.
; BROWN MCSLIN FIFTY C£NTS, ]
At |
I cheap 008 K E "R. j
• e (
(' \LI CO TWF-N rY-F!\ V> w,
A*
jr."
CHEAP CO R'.NiE ft •
DELAINES THIRTY-FIVE C£N S,
i At
0 E E A ? COUNTS.
' f OOD mackerel in Basrels, half Barrels, Q tar
! \J ters ar.-l Kits at
:
1 A Rf| t aAE'S
i CHEAP CORNER!
\ F.AST PITT STREET,
P.Tti.F-'Rn, March 21, ISC4.
I a U ili A i• •
, . T a;i lam errayed is seHihgthe
I ai'ito Kr,e Pump— certainly the
• j e.t.'fsy. or'v pump wc.i adapted to
V, this climuta.
, r~ My \
V Persons in need cf e good
' 1 • pump will do well to g.ve
i fjj t me c. c:.li.
;
t
' ' af the county will be attend-
V -'.Sj td to wito promptness.
f
| ADDsrss:
■ m W3I.C. SNIVELY,
j IIW Schellsburg.
Aug. 1, 1864. —3m
; IIOIVAKD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA
! Pa , Diseases of the Nervous System, Spertr.atcr-
I rbcea or Seminal Weakness, Impotence, ar.d other
affections of the Sexual Organs, Ph -sical Debility
and Premature Decay—new and reliable treatment,
in reports of the Howard Association, sent by mail
in sealed letter enve'opes, fre- of charge. Address
, .'r. J.S fc "ILLIX HOUGHTON. HOWARD ASSOCIATIOI.
■ No. 2 Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa
July 9, ISG-J—ly.
i .
HAS CN HAND
AND CONSTANTLY KEEPS,
' A FELL SUPPLY
OF ALL KLYDS OF GOODS.
j
; WHICH HE WILL SELL CHEAP FOR
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE
Bejfor l, Jan. 8, ISO-4.
_ I sLLfY:, i\i; C iRDIXfi.
i L c ur iersigned respectfully ir,forma the friends
and cu-toreer: of tse lateJoaeph \V. Sleek, that tbe
, r oiling and Carding business formerly carried on
j by d ceased, will t>e continued in the name 01 tne
Fuhscribtr. All aina of work in this line done on
! 6hort notice and at cheep rates.
GEORGE H. SLtEK.
New Paris, May s—ots.
Save ItJojicv!
t
Buy ycur Gocds at !
REDUCED PRICES!
ALL KINDS OF GOODS—
I
Zvluslins,
Calicoes, &c.,
at 'jrMthj rd'tPed jiricei for Cash, at i
CRAMER a COCS
j March 24, IRV
F Oil SALE
OH
TRADE!
A Farm in Bedford township, owned by John H
: Hush, about lour miles from Bedlord, containing
ISO acres, about 80 acres cleared, with log house,
| log barn and otber out-buildings thereon erected ;
aiso, un apple orchard thereon.
ALSO—A Tact of land containing fifteen acres,
about seven acres cleared with a story and a hall
log house and log stable thereou erected, adjoining
lands of Joseph Brickey, John A. imgrund and oth
ers, situate in Juniata township. The cleared land
is in good order, and the balance well timbered, all
capable of ea.y improvement and cultivation.
ALbO—A tract of land in Harmon's Bottom, Ju
niata township, with*log house, barn, &c., thereon
erected, containing 70 acres and allowance. Fart
of this tract is cleared and under fence and in a good
state of cultivation—i ear to u school bouse, mill,
Stc., adjoining lauds of Scott, Low, Hughes and oth
ers, and lately purchased from William Hurley-
ALSO—A tract of land in Union township, con
taining 225 acres, 72 acres cleared, with a /arm
house, tenant house, double log barn and new Saw
Mill thereon erected. Also, an apple orchard there
on—known as the •''Snyder" or <-Koons" property.
60 acres ot land—lo cleared and under fence
with a lug house thereon erected, adjoining George
Troutman, George May and others, partly in Juni
tta and partly in Londonderry Townships, lately
owned by Andrew Woll'ord.
ALSO—IO6 acres near Sto lerstown- within J
mi'e of Broad Top Railroad—about 100 acres clear
ed, with a two story dwelling house—new bank
bar:., stable. Jkc., thereon erected ; aiso, two appl o
orchards thereon, of choice fruit. The snii is a
rich loam, an I capable of producing every variety
ot crops of this climate.
i ALSO—IOO acres best quality of prairie—near
' the Missouri river, close to the county seat el
j Harrison county, lows.
j ALSO—Two ISO acre tracts, adjoir :ug F.lkhoree
j city, in the richest vafey of The .- t -tt:° Platte
{ Va ley—about 20 miles west of Omaha city, and
j close to the great national or government road lead
: irg west in Nebraska Territory
; ALSO —160 scre. Two miles above Omaha city,
ioa greet 'er 1 ot' tbe Missouri. This tract ■<
v \ timbered an! very desirable. All of these
lards were located after a personal inspection an 1
careful e>: .miration of the ground, ami an be w '
relied upon for future wealth. Maps showing the
pr-vice laca'ioa are in my possesion.
A LSO—Three desirable lots in Omaha City, N• -
i braska Territory.
ALSO—A lot'of groun 1 in the ci'y ol Daeotah,
'! Nebraska Territory.
j The '.hove real estate wii! be sold at such prices
; as to insure safe and profitable investments.
! Notes cr obligations of .my kind, that are good,
j will be taken in exchange—particularly good bank
( uotc-s.
!May 8, 1563. O. F.. SHANNON,
C. D. AI'CLEES &ca"
{ Whohsnh Dealera in
BOOTS, SHOES, BROGAHSJ
j A\r>
1 INDIA PtTBBDP. SHOES.
NO 133 NORTH THIRD STREET
OPPOSITE CTEKRY ST.,
PHILADELPHIA.
Apr. IT. ISC3—ly.
FLEMING HOI.LIDAY
WITH
PACT. GRAFF, WM. H. Wnati,
ISAAC WATKIN, THOS. SAFPIKOTTR.
GRArr, WATKifyJ & CO.,
TV holsssls Dbalors in
pfi a ']i c IY *i cn ft a
Ji tl V \ o i \lf 1 li Uh 3 ,
No. 126 Market Street,
PHILADELPHIA,
j January 13, 1863—1y.
I WM. W. PAUL, D.J.HOAR
FL L. HOOD,
WITH
TINT?. TY. Pil L & CO..
< WHOLESALE
BOOT & SHOE
WARE:I <) us ,
; 623 Market St. \ 611 Commerce St. tbove Sixth
PHILADELPHIA,
j ' December 16, i6(k -ly.
j WABTIAIV & EWfiELJfAW,
j (ScccEssoßa TO MICHAKL *VARTMAN V C 0.3
#
Tolifca Snttff iitui s'6flap
-3 it Cj Aj V
;| MANUFACTORY,
No. 313 NORTH THIRD STREET,
1 ;
i Second door below Woo 1,
j PHILADELPHIA.
: J. W. WARTMAN. H. r. ENGELMAN,
I Mr.rch '2.5, 1864.
FELIX HEYMAN
WITH
j Arnold. Yiisbaiini A rtirdlinger.
j Importers, Jobbers, and Wholesale Dealers re
j CLOTHING,
| Cassimeres, Vesting. Tailors' Trim
mings Ec.
, N05.3&3 Markets reet, and 27 North Four'hStreet.
PHILADELPHIA.
\TTLRZ grr.t inducements to Whole.ale Dealers
, 1 ' G'o... ' t'" Country, in qoenti'y, quality, styir.
, prices and terms.
j Mercian's, Tstiers and Dealers visiting Pbiladel
| pbia, wii! und it to their advantage To ai 4 ei
arrine stock and team prices before pure'ri -ir.g els.
| where. £Te C 9, 15S4—ly
ADMIN 18 FR A TOR'S N OTICE.
Letter- of a ,1" :-nation on the estate of .Mrs.
Barbara B.iss'cr, late of Middle Woodberry towi
, seip, decu'., having been granted to the subscribfr
residing in aid township, notice is therefore givsn
i to '.il persons indebted to said estate to make pay
: meat immediaMy, and those ,avirg ciain-s are ie>
quired to present them forthwith for settlement.
SAMUEL BASSLF.R, Adtirr.
| April 28, 1865— 6t
| PUBLIC SAL 12
OF REAL ESTATE.
Tb undersigned by virtue ot ao order of the Or
phans' Court of Bedford county, will sell on the
, prenises, on FRID \V, the 23-1 day of June, r.c *t,
1 the real estate late of Henry Jetnson. dec'.!., eon
! sts'ing of a tract of land, held by improvement,
j containing 206 acres more or less, situate in South-
I arrpton township, B d c-rd county, adjoining lands
| of Jacob Gordon and Daniel Tewell, about 5 acre*
i under cultivation, with a double log house, logshoe
| mukcr shop, 'table end • juing bouse thereon erect
\ ed. Terms G*"H. The sale will be opened at 10
j o'clock A. M. of Mid day.
THOMAS DON A HOE,
May 19. Aum'r.
j VALUABLE FARM j
i AND i
TANNERY FOR SALEI
THE undersigned offer for sale, their valuable '
limestone farm situated in Bedford township, Bed- j
,j ioid county, adjoining lands of Philip Zimmers, •
5 Charles Smith and others, containing 25b acres, j
' 200 acres of which are cleared and in a rich state j
'j of cultivation balance well timbered. This prop- t
erty lies about 1 miles North of Bedford, on Dun- i
J- j ning's Creek, near the Bedlord and Holliduysburg j
, Turnpike. There are upon the farm a
j| LARGE BRICK DWELLING-HOUSE, |
i A large Bank Barn and other important buildings. : :
i There is also a fine orchard of apple, peach end j <
.' other fruit trees upon the premises. The farm is j
n j divided into fields of 14 acres each, enclosed with '■
{ j p:.st and rail fence. About 00 acres are in meadow, j <
,j j There is an excellent spring of never failing water J
I : close to the Dwelling-House. Also, upon the i
i Southwest corner of the farm, there is locaiec,
J A LARGE TANNERY, j;
" j Containing 100 vats, with all the necessary build- '
* T 1 ings, the whole yard being uflder roof. Toe tan
j nery is now and has been for years, in successful j
'•' operation. Twenty-five acres of the farm wrli be i
e . soi'l with the tannery, if the latter be sold separ- j |
e ' ajely. Upon these twenty-five acres there are six !
j ten ;nt houses,
y j For furrher particulars address
T. H. &N. J. LYONS, j
I I March 17, 1565. BF-UFOKD, Pa.
*! Spring and Summer
aoo e s
•t
AT
e l !
I- I V BT(TF\f A VFT?'<2
I J L AIA • OIIU IJALLAI. i J-1
; i !
i\CHEAP STORE,
e j
HOW OPENING.
> i
3
• Ilis caPtosrers and the oubltc ueneriiih* are '
vi ted 'o call and examine !' ;r themseh s.
BIS GOODS |
I ARE OF THE r.E>T QUALITY, AN'D '
j !
CHEAP AS TDD CHEAPEST!
1 -sr
'!
-j TOYOIR OWN INTEREST
j i
FY EX. 1 ML YVAT? MY STOCK.
'"I i
A LARGE LOT OF
| j
! READY-MADE CLOTJIIMG,
Soots and Shoes.
i \
| OF EXCELLENT QUALITY,
' \Vh ArPD"Y r /b[Tr VT>
| JL Jis L 1 iL'i v. X• X i Lili - L ,
i fcirm a \ art of rav new st ck.
1 i
HErrS" SU2SMER WEAR,
j OF EVER} DESCRIPTION",
(Ladies' Dress Goods,!
| I
, j GROCERIES,
QUEENS WARE. &C\. <IC.
'■
All to be bad at the store of J. M. Shoemaker. '
He.ifor.l, April 7. 1865.
!Pila)£otfaras*iii€ Pictures.;
; The eubscriber has just returned from Philadei- {
I phin, where be his purchased a large and s;iect .
i stock of PHOTCGRAFH FRAMES, comprise g !
OILT, EBONY, ROSEWOOD, UNTO A", j
AN'D CARD FRAMES, |
of diSerent styles and varieties, frcm j
j 20 t'ls. up lo Five Dollars, each, j
ALSO—A new assortment of
, iMioiegrapli Albums,
• | of all styles, holding from 12 to 200 pictures, at 1
pri.-es varying frora 73 cents to $20.C0,
! Suilab'e for the Pocket or the Parlor. j
i Photographs, Ambrotypes, Melainotypes, &c.,;
taken as low as 25 cents each.
of every kind and dc;cription copied ,
; to suit the album size cr life size, on the moat rea- i
1 sonable terms, and in the most durable manner. j
! li"-t);ici ioi.s io 'he srt g.venon moderate ;-rmii. I
. • Skylight Gail-;." opposite the Washington Hotwl. j
T. R. GETTYS. !
| Bed fold, June 10, 1501.
BEFORE HOTEL.
The undersigned having fake., -bargeof the BI- ;
ford Ho cl, foirr>i!y kepi oy Col. John Hafer, an
nourees ti the public that lie wiil be ah!- *.o aflo : j
the b?'t accon.mod ■' !or.-, >'h to the truelir.g pub
1 lie and home rustom. The house v . be improved
end re-fitted ar ' the Bar Wll aivviys be well stip-
I plied with choice iiq .ors. H-stab'. will he sup
plied with the choicest edibles of the season, ard
he will spare no pains to make it s-.table for all.
r His stable is one of the best in Bedford > and a good
a host lei will always be in attendance,
-j fEy-Boarders t.'ken by th- week, month or year.
. Terms reasonable. The public ae respectfully
! vited to give him a call.
1 JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER,
j Bedford, Ja~mry 15, 1864.
THE MENCEL HOUSE, '
JRNIASA STREET, F.RDFOBP, PA.
- | The subscriber respeotfuHv begs lecve to inform j
e the traveler,- public that he has recently enlarged, ;
, improved a d refitted his bouse, both lor the c- i
- com mod a (ion of travelers anil boarfers, as we'.. _s i
, country customers. Persons ec.nrig to tbi- place i
- for the purpose of viiitirig tr. B 'ford Springs, wild
s find this house pleasantly locat-d.
i ' Ample ar 1 convenient Stabli"g is attached to
- th ; s Hotel, which will always be attended by a car?-
- fni hostler. Also a taie anJ convenient carriage
> house.
All are tavited to give fcim a e!l.
ISAAC MENGFL, f'roMletor.
i Ann!, 15. ISB4.
HEEir7SR'3 t
BALSAMIC COUGH SVRiP. |
For Coughs, Colds, Croup, D hooping Cough, j
Asthma, Bronchitis, Spilt i.? Blood,
Pain and Weakness of th: Breast, j
Difficulty of Breathing, etc.
r J 'HIS is no tew remedy. It has be-n used Save
| for a number of years in Maryland and
parts of Pennsylvania, and has, wherever
known, acquired an unprecedented reputation
for curing the various diseases for which it is
recommended.
So apparent jg its usefulness, and so remark
able has been its cures, that it is fast super- your
ceding everv other remedy for those diseases.
The afflicted can rely upon it doing as much
for thern, and in many cases more than any
other remedy now before the public.
It is recommended and prescribed in the
practice of a large number of the most intel- Chit
ligeut arid able physicians of Maryland, it dren.
is used and considered an indispensable house
hold remedy by a large portion of the first
families of the State.
it is used by all classes of society, apd the ;
universal opn.ioa is that it is good. This '
Syrup is purely Vegetable Compound, It 11 i\e
pleasant ,o rake, ..rut never does injury. But
owing to its purifying qualities, must do good
under any circumstances. Its effects are tru
ly wonderful, soothing, calming, and allaying child
the most violent coughs, untying, strength
ening and invigorating the wrioie system,
calming and soothing me nerves; aiding and
facilitating expectoration, a-.d foaling the need i
PM EASED LUNGS,
thus striking at tl e root of d.sc . e, and dri
ving it from the system.
CROUP. die of
Thi disease is announced by difficulty of
breathing, shrill wt . .ling or whearing, back- !
if b 'ougb and threatened rvffbcatian. Ace. It
mostly occurs in yo rhi iier.. Ki ci. id croup ■
need die of croup il this Syrup is properly
used and u- rd in ttme , others having crmipv
children si;o,i I watch K fiist show of t e
disease; and al way*? keep this remedy al hand, if this j
For cough- efter r"rse!e this svrup is most
excellent. Experience hps proven thit it is
<q" ■ i 'i -iai " n-.r preparation.
Ihe price of be r i•" ly is >urh s to place tyr\p
:it w.tl "In ieach of all, tlie poor as v. -A us .
the r ch, a- A every | -r snouid ha it.
| Every person s we'd hav. .t in the hou,e.
it is -j tru- ; J . ihfui fro 'to aii wbc vat- it
iue health an . ih to secure theing"!v.-■ a- i
; gain<t "it t ' rrible disease, eousc :ip- ?
j '.ion. It will be 'eu'ird the most s.-tu! is -11
the cheapest fair. iy in the world, ure i '■
I; he., teen used for !he iast four yours With
a success without a parallel.
' I'ri?e -50 . ts. per bottle, or thrc bottles for
| SI.OO. rrep.red by 2. A. Touts Ik Bro. in }
For sale by H. C. Reamer and B. if. Harry
: Druggists, Bedford, Pa.
' December 03, lhbt—Jy. time. '■
SIHUNLi'S aMlit.V \ ilßdiii'TGlb.
| Oi.NCE the intiodiiction ol th<s beautiful piepara-1
i ton. ft has been ateadily advancing into pnbPc f.
• vcr. It ri'Tc-ishi- g efffoaoy in expelling worms ;
: js won for i; many fr.ende wherever known, end
; nese are i'. praise to |
j '>t:.e!so that , v, it ;s fst being
j i'-rc uecd ! y "? TO Severy family ia
jthe land. Its tdemund for it is '
• be. 'tu .ng smS Df.>'IROY Smsite. To make
| F still worthy the pref
cr erce alracv t WO RM S! £ shown it, the
: Pi.ora.KTOR :r putting it up in
a much hsndfomer style t l an formerly. It is now
prep ii • d .ivith the greatest tare of uniform strength,
; with P' -ia direction*, ro toat any one can adm;.,i.
i tei it.
• U :< ?mirclv —PciTtcfly S •>
£1. i* 5J 1 rnjl Wi.
! ha r.ve- >■ kn-je io f u; i ( fl ,xp-! worms, I
| w-r-ere worms existed. The proprietors ovlf!v as
i : rt that it is superior Jo any finer pitpiration in
The world.
1 irr-Ask for SHRIN EE'S INDIAN VERMIFUGE,
j ami lake ro other. OS'-?iice F, c t .- , tor •.'a.
i * # *Fr<pared by S. Fou'z &B a and to sale ,
j at t:;a ihug stores of Ream. r oi.J Firry, € • ;u;
j ?• December 23, I£o4—ly. ' j
POUTU'i MT X T J£ B.
i lif. f" n i > and 'e ! I - rrme I>* for the cuie of
Rbr atifi.., Pi. •'. Vc; ; I
FprsF.-s, Burns, S'VcF..igs s,- all o vines r-r- '
SK,* quiring *n externa! xpolicatioa on
! On horses k wUI never fail to c- re Pole
c-. ii. I 'tula, cid rrrmvn.; - or , 5> or ->v^ t .- t ey.
I LIST, it p- x'.y ft;-.' -. i, r sy ,i. .
; MIS: scratch s, - took, d hoofs, M:-a,. ,-r i
, CO.- ur -un. .. - It ■ i..r c ::. ;e
j fox remedy. Try it sod u-. convinced of Its tffi.
R !! E i ?! A T I S H .
j Man Persons afflicted with this disease no mat
ter of bow long standing, can be promptly
jar.d "fiectuslly cored by using this Mixture.
I and Ther. .- nothing in the world so sure end
so good to lake away ~ari corns, and cure
; "east Fro*t Bites .s this piepara'ion. Try ; r and
satisy yourselves, Pr.ce 25 and 50 cer.ts
i now p-( boltie. Prepared bv
S. A. FOU J Z. Baltimore, Md.
in use. 2 .-7 s *! or -ale at tf/e drujf oi" Reamer
and liarry, Bedford, Pa. [Dec. 23, 64 —ly
FOU TZ'S
CELEBRATED HORSE AND CATTLE
]) A ITT ]A ] i 1> t
I U \\ iJjh it b ,
r r Hr.SE Tow.le:s have proved after a tual of
i sever-ri years, to be superior to say prep- j
am ion of the kind in use. The chief supei i- j
ority* oi powdtrs arises iioin the f.ict
tnat they are :o..iposed of medicines th_: have
Laxative, lonic and Puntying properties.
1 be laxative eject: crudities from the stomach
-~and intestines, the tonic gives strength to the_ I
—system ot tr.e. Horse, and the purifying
t~ - .r.es contained ;:i them cleanse the blood, and ct
the foundation tor a vigorous and healthy
The use of them improves the
wind, strengthens the appetitr. ar.d gives the
horse a fine, smooth and glossy skir,—tuus im
proving the appearance, vigor and spirit of
this noble animal.
These powd- 3 are not intended, as most
flow ue rs are, to bloat the animc!, *o give
h m the appearance n! being rat when not re- i
ally so—but, to remove toe disease and pro
mote his general health.
These powders will strengthen the tlom- ;
ach and ldtSituies, ciear.se thcpß from oiren
sive matter, and h'.. g them 'o a healthy I
siate. '1 hey -re as ire prevention cf Luog
Fiivrr, ai.d a certain remedy for all diseases t !
incident to the Horse, as Uiamlers, Yellow* ■ '
Water, Distempers, Found' r. Heaves, Slav- |
e r ing, Coughs, Fevers, Ln-n of Appetite, and
Vital Energy, &c,—'Tnese Powders, if used |
two or three times av. k, through the win- I
ter and sj.rii.g. vonr h rse will never get the
Lung Fever, Coiic or Bolts A few d„.es of iA
_a these powders vviil remove the worst cough, •
ejoa an; hor-e. A r e-e owners of horses to ""J
teed a f'.v of these powders every year, they
K mightst r e toe lives ot many valuable horses, h-
MILCH COWS.
The p; .{>erties his powder possesja in in
creusing the quantity of - ilk in cows, give*
it an importance -.ud value which sh. old
puce it in ihe hands of every p- rsou Keep- I
sag a eow. in fatte.iiog them i
an .ppvtitv, iuos.es their hide, .-.r.i makes ;
them thrive much taster.
= . HO OS. |
-ht In a ■ rise,! s -* cf sn -.* a- c.-. rr*'- -j r
~ in the lungs sc.! liver. &e., bv - r, ft:
■" La't ft pap-kr to a pape> of these po'.v.;.':s in j
a barrel of swill, the above d'ssases can be i
cured or entirely pre/ented. By using these 1
powders the hog cholera can be prevented. j
Prepared by S. A. FOUTZ,
Westminster, Md.
llT*Fer sale at the I>rug 3torej of Reamer i
ted Harry, Bedford, Po. Dee. 23—?y 1
cazlay s
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