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T> EDFORD HOTEL.—The uiT
II dcrsigned having taken charge of the Bed
ford Hotel, formerly kept by Col. John Hafer, an
nounces to the pubiic tnnt he will be able to af
ford the best accommodations, both to tho travel
ing public and home custom. The house will be
improved and re-fltted. and the Bar will always be
well supplied with choice liquors. His table will
be aupplied with the choicest edibles of the sea.on,
and he oil! spare no 1 pains to make it suitable for
all His stable is one of the best in Bedford, and
a good hostler will always be in attendance.
t taken by the week, month or year.
Terms reasonable. The public nre respectfully in
vited to give him a call.
JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER.
Jan. 15, '64
19 HE MENDEL HOUSE,
Juliana Street, Hertford, Pa.
The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform
the travelling puhlic tht he has recently enlarged,
improyed'and refitted his houe, both for the ac
commodation of travelers and hoarders. n well as
country customers. Persons coming to this place
for the" purpose of visiting the Bedford Springs,
will find this house pleasantly located.
Amnle and convenient Stabling is attached to
this Hotel, which will always be attended by a
careful hostler. Also a safe and convenient car
All are invited to give him a call.
ISAAC MENGEL, Proprietor.
Apri'. 15, '64.
11 HUNTINGDON, PA.
I ba-e purchased and entirely renovated the
large stone and brick building opposite the Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot, and have now opened it
for the accommodation of the traveling public.—
The Carpets. Furniture, Beds and Bedding are en
tirely new and first class, and 1 am safe in saying
that" I can offer accommodations not excelled in
_ Central Pennsylvania.
I refer to my patrons who have formerly known
me while in charge of the Broad Top City Hotel
and Jackson House. JOSEPH MORRISON.
TT N ][ON HO T E 1.,
WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PA ;
V. STEC'KMAN, Proprietor.
This excellent hotel is now prepared toaccom
modate the pftblio in the best manner and on the
most liberal terms.
May 9, '62.
14 - EAV ER I !< )TEL, St. (tairsviUe,
\\ Pa. —The undersigned would respectfully
inform the public that he has leased the hotel late
ly kept by Mr. S. Crissman, St Clairsville, Pa.,
where he will accommodate all who may favor
bim with their custom.
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T will pay to any Doctor or member of the Med
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li MISHLER, Proprietor,
S. E. Corner of Centre Square,
tnayll.—ly. Lancaster. I'a.
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B. MISIILEK. Proprietor,
9 E. Corner of Centre Square,
mayll.—ly Lancaster, i'a.
R69 DOLLARS REWARD!
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furnished Remember if it does not cure, the
money w ill be refunded bv the proprietor.
E. Corner of Centre Square,
SEND FDR A CIRCULAR.
The ingredients used in compounding Mishler's
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Send for a circular and you will learn the medical
properties of all the articles used in its prpira
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the system, and much other valuable information.
If you are afflicted with disease send for one of
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CURE ALL DISEASES OF THE SKIN!
Diseases of the skin are numerous and, with but
one or two exceptions, may all be traced to impu
rity of the blood. In many persons this impurity
is born in the system; while others acquire it
through improper treatment of scores of diseases.
Under this bead may lie classed—
-Ist. Scrofula.—This disease is hereditary and is
transmitted from generation to generation It is
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both moral and physical ; in other words, it is
caused by virr. Acting as a latent poison, it re
duces the vitality of the blood, and weakens the
depurating organs, so that they fail to discharge
or cast out the impurities that are continually gen
erating in the system. A person physically pure
acquires gonorhoea. or someoher secret disease;
he undergoes a course of mercury, the disease is
dried up, ami the patient pronounced well Vain
delusion. The complaint is not cured. i;sehannel
is only diverted. Instead of making its appear
ance outwardly, it acts on the internal organs, and
scrofula, which is bequeathed from father to son,
is the result. Many persons who are perfectly
free from all immorality and vice arc afflicted with
scrofula Tbey are suffering for the sins of their
fathers and laboring under fhecurso inscribed in
scribed in the Book of Books. will visit the
iniquities of the fathers upon their children."
To cure this dreadful complain: it is necessary
that the blood should ho thoroughly purified, all
the organs of the body brought into a healthy state
of action, and the system braced up and strength
ened by invigorating tonics. L >k at the articles
used iu compounding Mishler's Bitters; see the ar
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It purifies the blood, it strengthens the internal
organs and aids them to perform their natural
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2d, Running 9ore and Ulcers. —Running sores
and ulcers invariably indicate a scrofulous taint.
They are caused by the efforts of nature to dis
charge the impurities of tho blood. Many persons
afflicted with running sores ami ulcers succeeded
iu drying them up and think they are cured when
the skin grows over the sore. They are. however,
■but making bad worse," for the impurities that
were discharged from the system through the me
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numerable diseases and often death. The only
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4th. Pimples and Blotches. —Pimples and Blotch
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blood. Although never dangerous, except in ca
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Often we will see the most handsome features ren
dered hideous by great blotches and pimples, and
instead of the pleasing look which should irradi
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but the corrupt accumulations of the system ex
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be discharged through tho natural channels, and
thus cures all kinds of pimples ami blotches. La
dies who desire a fair cumplection, free from pim
ples should bear this fact in mind.
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Musical i nstrumen i s.—b.
M. GREENE has opened his Music Store,
one door west of W. Lewis' Ilook Store, where he
keeps constantly on hand STEINWAI A SONS
ami HAVEN A BACON'S, AND OTHERS'
PIANOS, MASON A HAMLIN'S CABINET OR
GANS and CARHART. XKEDHAM <fc CO S ME
LODEONS; Guitars, Violins, Fifes, Flutes; Guitar
and Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOOKS —Golden Chain, Golden Shower,
Golden Censor. Golden Trio, Ac., Ac.
SHEET MUSIC—Ho isconstan#ly receiving from
Philadelphia all the latest music, which persons at
a distance wishing, can order, and hare them sent
by mail, at publisher's prices.
and Organs warranted for fire years.
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ii. M. GREENE,
Hill street, Huntingdon. Pa.,
in Brown's new Hardware Huliding.
Dr. C. N. Hickok, Agent, Bedford, P.
Deo. 1, 't>s-ly
T) ICHARD LEO,
OARINET-WARE, CHAIRS, AC.,
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hand everything in his line ofmanufacture.
BUREAUS, DRESSING STANDS, PARLOR AND EXTEN
SION TABLES, CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, WASH
STANDS, Ac., AC.,
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taste. COFFINS will also be made to order.
Lj? Prompt attention paid to all orders for work.
tj£~Shop on Wust Pitt Street, nearly opposite
the residence of George Shuck.
July It), lr>63. —tf RICHARD LEO.
rpKIIMS for every description of Job
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provement* tr our office, we are pre
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AH arft Executed PrompHff.
Jl ELM BOLD'S BUCIfV.
Tut only Unoign rgmody for
DIABE T B S,
IRRITATION OF TUB NECK OF TUB BLAD
DER, INFLAMMATION OF THE KID
NEYS, CATARRU OP TUB BLAD
DER, STRANGURY OR PAIN
For these disease# it is truly a sovereign remedy,
and too mueh cannot be said ia its praise. A
single dose has beenkaowu to relieve the most ur
Are yom troubled with that, distressing pain in
the small of the back and through the hips? A
teaspoonful a dsy of Helmbold's Bnchu will relieve
PIT YSICIANS AND OTHERS
I make no socrot of ingredients Jlelmbold's
Extract Buchu is composed olßuchu, Cubebs, and
Juniper Berries, selected with great care, prepar
ed in vacuo and according to rules of
PHARMACY AND CIIEMISTR T,
These ingredients are knowa as the most valua
ble Diuretics afforded.
Is that which acts upon the kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is pleasant ia taste and odor, free from all injuri
ous properties, and immediate ia it# action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties in Dispensatory
of the U. S., of which the following is a eorreet
"BUCHU. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, aad analo
gous to that of mint. It is givsn chiefly in eom
plnints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel,
chronic Catarrh of tfce Bladder, Morbid irrita
tion of the Bladder and Urethra, Diseases ofthe
Prostrate, and Retention or the Incontinence of
Urine, from a loss of tone in the parts eoncerned
in its evacuation. It has also been recommended
in Dyspepsia. Chronic Rheumatism. Cutaneous Af
fections, and Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
See PrefessorDewcei' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Phy
sic, of Philadelphia.
Sae any and all Standard Work oa Medicine.
FROM # riIE
MA N UFACTURING CH EM IST
IN THE WORLD.
lam acquainted with H. T Helmbold; ho occu
pied the drug store opposite my residenco, and
was successful in conducting the business where
others had not been equally so before him. I have
been favorably impressed with his character and
(Firm of Powers A Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
[ From the Pkilad'a Evening Bulletin. Mar.. 10. j
We are gratified to hear of the continued suc
cess, in New York, of our townsman, Mr. 11. T.
Helmbold, Druggist. His store, next to the Met
ropolitan Hotel, is 23 feet front, 230 feet deep, and
five stories in height. It is eertainly a grand es
tablishment, and speaks favorably of the merit of
hisarticles. He retains his Office and Laboratory
in this city, which are also modal establishments
of their class.
The proprietor has been indueed to make this
statement from the fast that his remedies, although
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from u
singany thing pertaining to Quackery, or the Pat
ent Medicine order —most of whieh are prepared
by self-styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read
a physician s simplest prescription, much loss com
petent to prepare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of electing sales, such as copying
parts of advertisements of popular remedies, and
finishing with certificates.
Tho Seienceof Mddieine stands SIMPLE, PURE,
and MAJESTlC,—having Faet for its Basis, In
duction for its Pillar, Truth aloao for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most importaat; and the afflicted
should not use aa advertised remedy, unless its
contents or ingredients aro knows te othors bo
sides the manafastaror, or antil they are satisfied
of the qualifieatioas of the party so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WATER.
Established upwards of 16 years.
Prepared by H. T. HELM BOLD.
Ilm.k lJOLß'* Drug and Chemical Warehouse
594 Broadway. Nsw Tori',
And IlKLHnoLn's Medieal Depot. 104 South.
Truth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRUOOISTS.
Oof. att'69-ty. •
QHRINERS BALSAMIC COU(T
0 , SYRUP.
pot Cough*, Collit, Croup, Whooping Cowk
Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting Blood, * '
Pain and Woakntst of ih* Bream,
Difficulty * f Brtdthing, As
This is o new remedy. It has been used for a
number of years in Maryland and part# of Penn
sylvania. and hns. wherever kriowu, acquired au
unprecedented reputation for curing the varioui
di#ea#esfor which it is recommended.
So apparent is its usefulness, and so remarkabl
has been itscurea, that it is last superceding ever}
other remedy for those diseases. The afflicted oat
rely upon its" doing as much for them, and in man}
cases more than any other remedy now be ore the
It is recommended and prescribed in the pr#
tice of a large number of the most intelligent and
able physicians of Maryland. It is used and coi
aidered an indispensable household remedy by a
large portion of the first families of the Stale,
It is used by all classes of society, and the uni
versal opinion is that it i# good. This Syrup,,
Purely Vegetable Compound. It is pleasant t
take, and neyer docs injury. Hut owing to it#
purifying qualities, must do good under any cir
cumstance#. Its effects are truly wonderful, sooth
ing. calming, and allaying'the most violent
coughs, purifying, strengthening and invigorate*
the whole system, calming and soothing the nerve#-
aiding and facilitating expectoratioa. and beab
thus striking at the root ofdisea#e, and driviait
from the system. *
This disease is announced by difficulty of breath
ing. shrill whistling or wheezing, hacking cough
and threatened suffocation. Ac. It mostly occur#
in young children. ' No child need die of croup if
this Syrup is properly used aad used in time -
Mothers having croupy children should watch the
first show of the disease, and always keep thi#
remedy at hand.
For coughs after measle# this #yra| is most ex
cellent, Experience has proven that it is equalled
by no other preparation
The price of the remedy i# such as to place it
wiibin the reach of all. the poor as well a# the
rich, and every person should have it.
Every person should have it in the house It is
a true and faithfui friend to all wbo value hegith
and wish to secure themselves against that tnot
terrible disease, consumption. It will be found
the most useful as well as the cheapest family med
icine in the world. It has been used for the last
lour years with a success without a parallel.
Price 50 cts. per bottle.
Prepared by S. A. Fouti A Bre.
For sale by 11. C. Reamer aad 1 I Harry
Druggists, Bedford, Pa.
August 11, 1865—1y.
Use HI riuer't Balseimtt Cough Syrup, tent!
Sere I>Hi- Children. No rhilu need die of
Croup if this Sprup it used in time.
h H It INER'S INDIAN
IO VER M IFUOI
Since the introduction of this beautiful prepara
tion, it has been steadily advancing into j.ubli#
favor. Its astonishing efficacy in expelling worms
has won for it many friends wherever known, and
these arc speaking its praise to others, so that it
is fast being introduced into every family i the
land. The demand for it is becoming immense.—
To make it still more worthy the preference al
ready shown it, the PROPRIETOR is putting it up
in a much handsomer style than formerly. It is
now prepared with the greatest care of uniform
strength, with plain directions, so that ay one
can administer it.
I T IS ENTIRELY VEGETABLE—PEM
FECTLY SAFE AND HARMLESS
And has never been known to fail toeipel worms,
where worms existed. The proprietors boldly as
sert that it is superior to aay other preparation ia
for SHRINER'S INDIAN TEKMI
FLGE, and take no other.
* # #Prepared by S. A. Foutz A Bro., and tir
sale at the drug stores of Reamer sad Harry. Bco<
ford. Pa. August 11, 1855—1y.
Shriller's Indian Vermifuge, to destroy Woruet,
is entirely Vegtahle—Perfeetly Safe
I Is a safe and reliable remedy for the cure of
Rheumatism. Painful Nervous Affections, Sprains,
Burns, Swellings and all diseases requiring an ox
ternal application on man.
On horses it will never fail to cure Poleevil,
Fistula, old running sores, or Sweeny, if properly
applied. For sprains, bruises, scratches, crooked
hoofs, chafes, saddles or collar gall, cuts
wounds, it is an infallible remedy. Try it and
convinced of its efficacy.
R II E U M A T I S M.
Persons afflicted with this disease no matter ol
how long standing, can be promptly and effectual
ly cured by using this Mixture.
There is nothing in the world so sara and s
good to take away hard corns, and curs Frost
Bites as this preparation. Try it and satisfy
yourselves. Price 50 and 75 cents per bottle.—
S. A. FOUTZ, Baltimore, Md.
sale at the drug stores of Reamer and
Harry, Bedford, Pa. [Aug- 11, 1865—1y
Foutz's Mixture is tht test htunmmn far ma
and Btast tiaw in uta.
17 0 U T Z ' s
I 1 CELEBRATED
HORSE A-VD CATTLE
THESE Powders have proved after a trial of
several years, to be superior to any preparation of
the kind in use The chief superiority of thess
powders arises from the fact that they are com
posed of medicines that have Laxative, Tonis and
Purifying properties. The laxative ejects crudi
ties from the stomach and intestines, the tonis
i git es strength to the system of the Horse, and ths
purifying medicines contained in them cleans*
the blood, and lay the foundation for a vigorous
and healthy circulation. The use of them improves
the wind, strengthens the appetite and gives tn*
horse a fine, smooth and glossy skin—thus improv
ing the appearance, vigor anil spirit of this nobis
These powders are not intended, as most pow
ders are, to bloat the animal, so as to give him th
uppearaneo of being fat when not really so —but.
to remove the disease and promote bis general
These powders will strengthen the stomach and
intestines, cleanse them from offensive matter, and
bring them to a healthy state. They ar a sure
preventive of Lung Fever, and a certain remedy
for all dijgases incident to th Horse, as Glanders,
Yellow water, Distempers. Founder, Heaves,
Staveirpg, Coaghs, Fevers, Loss of Appetite, and
Vital Energy, Ac —'l hese Powders, if used two or
three times a week, through the winter and spring,
your horse will uevcr get tlio Lung Fever. Colic or
Bolts. A few doses of these powders will remove
the worst cough, on anv horse. Were owners '
horses to feed a few of those powders every year,
they might save the lives of many valuable horses.
The properties this powder possesses in increas
ing thequantity of milk in cows, gives it an im
portance and value which should place it in th*
hands of every person keeping a cow. In fatten
ing cattle, it gives them an appetite, loosens their
hide, and makes them thrive much faster.
In all diseases of swine, as coughs, ulcers in the
lungs and liver, Ac., by putting from half a paper
to a paper of these powders in a barrel of swill,
the above diseases can be cured or entirely pre
vented. By using these powders tho hog cholera
can be prevented.
Prepared by S. A. FOUTZ,
fj/ For sale at the Drug Stores of Keauior and
llarry, Bedford Pa. Aug. 11, 'tie—ly.
Die above medicines can im had at mauufac
urers prices of Johnson, Holioway St Cowdo
Phil's., J. J. Bender, Pittsburg, Laughtou A
Rushfield, Wheeling, Va.