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GAZETTE. They are authorized to receipt for us:
Bloody Run —Jeremiah Thompson.
Ray's Hill —D. A. T. Black.
Monroe —Daniel Fletcher.
Coleroin —Geo. W. Deal, H.P. Diehl.
C. Valley— D. R. Anderson. A. Zeinbower.
Londonderry —James C. Devore.
Harrison —Geo. W. Horn.
Juniata —John A. Cessna, Geo. Gardill.
Sche.hhrie —J E. Black.
Hapl-r— John Sill, John W. Bowen.
So nhampton— Wm. Adams, John Cavender,
Union —M Weriz. W. B Lambrigbt.
M. Woodherry —W M Pearson. Daniel Barley.
S. Woodberry —J.l. Noble, J. S. Brumbaugh.
Hope toed —W. A. Grove, J B. Fluke.
Broad Top —M. A. Hunter.
Liberty —Geo. Roades, D. Stoler.
Sao/ton —Chirles Faxon.
St Clair— John W. Ctisman, Samuel Beckley.
Snaie. Spring —Andrew Mortiinore, J. G. Hart
ley and M. S. Kitcbey.
W. providence— Geo. Baugbman. HomerNeice.
THE Lancaster Intelligencer warmly
advocates the nomination ofHon. Geo.
Sharswood as the Democratic-candidate
for Supreme Judge. We never knew
the Intelligencer to be wrong on any
Ix Washington city, the number of
black voters registered outnumbers the
whites. Under such circumstances,
there ought to be a Black Republican
THE Cincinnati Commercial, one of
the leading Radical papers of Ohio, has
come out against Negro Suffrage. The
Radicals of that State are having a
beautiful family quarrel upon the
DEATH OF A. W. BENEDICT, ESQ.
We receive with feelings of sadness
the announcement of the death of A.
W. Benedict, Esq., of Huntingdon,
which occurred at his residence*in that
place, on Sunday last. Mr. Benedict
has been Chief Clerk of the House of
Representatives, at Harrisburg, since
the session of 1861, and, we believe,
filled the same office once before. He
died, we understand, of Erysipelas.
A COMPLETE VINDICATION.
As a complete and thorough vindica
tion of the County Commissioners a
gainstall future assaults or aspersions
of Radical office-seekers and their
friends, we copy the following from
the Bedford Inquirer of April 12th, 18-
67, which we ask every tax-payer to
.read and remember:
"The Commissioners deserve great
credit for their prompt efforts to relieve
the County of a debt that teas growing
very rapidly and distressed our tax-pay
HON. GEORGE SHARSWOOD AND THE
It has been stated in some quarters
that Judge Sharswood would not ac
cept a nomination for Judge of the Su
preme Court. We are authorized to
contradict this statement, and can say
that whilst the Judgedoes not seek the
nomination, he will not decline it, if
tendered him. We hope this fact will
be made generally known. We repeat,
what we have before said, that the
nomination of Judge Sharswood will
give us victory at the polls and integ
rity and ability upon the Bench. This
is no time for clinging to favorites.
We want learned and upright men to
compose our Court of last resort, and
it, therefore, behooves us to look well to
the character of the man whom we se
lect as our candidate.
AN ATTEMPT TO ROB THE STATE OF
When will the unfathomable rascali
ty of the late Legislature be sounded
to its lowest depths? The Pittsburg
Gazette, the principal Radical daily in
Western Pennsylvania, says that an
attempt was made, in that body, "to
rob the Sinking Fund of 800,000," and
the same paper adds, "for preventing
this, the people seem to be indebted to
Senator Wallace, Chairman of the Dem
ocratic State Committee." What more
is wanted todamn to everlasting infa
my the men who controlled the Legis
lature? By theadmission oftheirown
partizans, those men were robbers of the
treasury and their thieving was pre
vented only by the vigilance of the
Democrats. Will the people return
such men as their representatives?
That's the question.
HEGIRA OF RADICAL LEADERS !
Ex. Gov. A. G. Curtin has gone to
Europe, John W. Forney is about to
start thither, likewise, and Col. A. K.
McClure intends making an overland
trip to the Pacific. Can we survive
this hegira of eminent Radicals? We
hope so. But it is really too bad that
these fellows will not face the music.
The storm is coming and they run a
way. How can they be so indifferent
to the fate of "the party of great moral
ideas," as to leave it in the lurch in
this gloomy conjuncture? They should
have fought out the battle, instead of
making this inglorious retreat. They
cannot flee from the wrath to come.
Whether beyond the Atlantic, or upon
the golden shores of the Pacific, it will
find out their hiding-places.
A 1. ITT UK TOO FAST.
On the 12th of April last, the Bed
ford Inquirer assumed its readers that
there would be "HO State Tax to pay for
the year 18G7." We learn that, instead
of this being the case, there is nearly
$2,000 State Tax required from Bedford
county for 1867. It is true this Tax
will not, as heretofore, be assessed as
such, but will be included in the assess
ment of County Tax. Thisis what might
be termed "whipping the devil around
the stump." It is an easy matter to
dispense with the State Tax, if the
sum asked for by the State, be paid
out of the County levy, but according
to our notion, it will make but little
difference to those who foot the bill,
whether they pay the $2,000 as county
Tax, or State Tax. We refer to this
matter only to show that the County
Tax for the present year will include
the State Tax.
DISCOVERY OF ORE AT ELECTIOS
FRAUDS IX PIIII. A DEEP 111 A.
The Philadelphia Evening Herald
announces the startling fact that it has
been discovered that at the election last
fall, the whole Democratic City Ticket
was elected by some thousands of a
majority. The Herald says there is "a
terrific row going on among the Radi
cals of Philadelphia" and that some of
them are "turning State's evidence" in
regard to the frauds committed by their
party. If appears that the Democrats
have been deliberately counted out by the
scoundrels who officiated as election of
ficers in that city. The Herahl makes
the statement that "at the general elec
tion last October all the officers of the
row, viz: Recorder of Deeds, Receiv
er of Taxes, City Commissioner, Coron
er, Clerk of the Quarter Sessions, and
the Prothonotary of the District Court,
were elected by the Democrats, but
were ciphered out by the return judges.
Gen. Lyle was elected to the office of
Recorder by a majority of some thous
ands of votes!"
COR R U PTION RF.COM MEN DED.
The Bedford Inquirer and many oth
er Radical sheets denounce the late
Legislature, composed largely of mem
bers of their own party, as having been
the mostcorrupt and unprincipled body
that ever assembled at Harrisburg. In
fact they openly proclaim the disgrace
oftheirown principal men, the flower
of their own organization. Yet the In
quirer, after thus fully acknowledging
the monstrous rottenness of its party,
has the brazenness to ask the people of
Bedford county to trust their county offi
ces to its partizans! Why, if the coun
ty officials would steal in the same pro
portion as the Radical legislators whom
the Inquirer so justly denounces, there
wouldn't be one brick left upon another
in the County buildings within a year
from the date of the election ot such
officials. The Inquirer cannot ask us to
trust its partizans, after telling us that
"another such Legislature as the last
would sink us!" Radical Commis
sioners and Poor Directors would hard
ly be an improvement upon Radical
MORE DENUNCIATION OF THE LATE
RADICAL LEGISLATURE !
II i a Trembling Culprit before Iho Bar
of the Popular Court !
The Radical press is still hammering
away at the late Legislature. The enor
mities committed by that body are so
glaring and indecent that the Radical
newspapers deem it politic to denounce
rather than to extenuate them. The
York Republican, Radical to the back
bone, thus discourses in regard to the
shameful character of the L gislature:
"We desire 'nothing to extenuate,
and set down naught in malice ;' and
'with charity to all,' hut demanding
inflexible fidelity to the people from
their official representatives, we hold
it to be our duty as conductor of a pub
lic journal—even though the work be
voluntary and gratuitous—to set down
matters just as they present themselves
to our observation and judgment. The
late Legislature cannot afford to be
charged with more than it deserves.
It is ptecisely in the position of the
trembling culprit before the bar of the
criminal court, who, being assured by
the Judge that heshould receive justice,
replied, 'Shure, that is just what I am
afraid of, your honor!'—The members
were very dear at $2,56(1 each. The peo
ple can parody the sentimental song
"Though false to trust, to pockets dear!"
MONSTROUS ROBBERY FRUSTRATED.
The Pittsburg Gazette, the leading
Radical organ of Allegheny county, in
a statement of the corrupt legislation
at Harrisburg, thus refers to one of the
bold robberies attempted at the last ses
sion, and describes the mode in which
it was defeated:
"Talking, a few years ago, with a
noted lobbyist at Harrisburg, he frank
ly confessed he and his kind relieved
the Commonwealth of pretty much ail
the property it had worth plundering.
During the past session a systematic
effort has been made to gather up and
carry oif the fragments that remained,
and this endeavor has been crowned
with a large measure of success. If the
accounts are true, and we think they are,
the bottom of the Treasury has been
cleaned out and a round deficit left. Nor
is this all. An attempt was made to rob
the Sinking Fund of Sfc>UO,UUO, for pre
venting which the people seem to be
indebted to Mr. Wallace, Chairman of
the Democratic State Committee. He
raised the point that by the plain words
of the Constitution, the revenues deri
ved from certain sources were pledged
to the liquidation of the public indebt
edness, and could not be applied to
general purposes. This compelled a
cutting down of the financial budget,
which looked to the expenditure of
$1,000,000 more than the estimated in
The course of Mr. Wallace, in
instance, says the Erie Observer , will
endear him still more strongly to the
Democrats of this State, and should re
commend him to the favor of men of
all parties. When a man can boldly
stand up in the midst of the corruption
which is admitted by everybody to
have prevailed at Harrisburg, and de
fend the interests of the people in such
a manner as to draw forth an acknowl
edgement liketheabovefrom a political
enemy, it shows that he possesses an
innate sentiment of honesty such as we
all hope to find in our public officials,
but, alas, are too often disappointed in
It must be a matter of gratification to
our party friends, that with the many
denunciations of their leaders in this
State, no whisper of suspicion has ever
been uttered against their character for
integrity. During Mr. Clymer's long
career in the Senate, with the most in
famous legislative debauchery surroun
ding him, he preserved an unstained
reputation, and amid the heat of the
canvass last year, with the hundreds of
charges heaped upon him, not one was
coined alleging or even intimating any
doubts as to his personal purity. After
his retirement, Mr. Wallace became the
Democratic leader, and the act above
recited affords the best illustration of
his fitness for the position. His hon
esty is freely conceded by those who
would be most prompt to detect and
expose even the slightest step outside
of the legitimate conduct of a public
official, and whatever assaults may be
made upon his political course, none
deny to him the loftiest attributes of a
faithful, vigilant and incorruptible
statesman. The time is coming when
these facts will be appreciated by the
people, and the men who have stood
sternly by their duty, regardless of the
blandishments of public thieves, or the
clamors against their patriotism raised
by those who sought in that way to
keep their own vile deeds from being
brought to light, will receive that re
ward which their Legislative and pri
vate merits so richly entitle them to.
THE ODD GUARD for May, will be
found to be a very interesting nuuibei.
Mr. Simms's new story begins to show
great dramatic power. Mr. Cooke
treats ustooneofhis best battle pictures,
in a review of" The Second Manassas."
Hon. Jas. W. Wall contributes a paper
on "Prussia and her Capital;" Dr. Van
Evrie one on "The Problem of the
Races," while the Editor discourses
of the "Decline in the Popular Knowl
edge of Liberty." Hon. Win. F.
Samford, of Ala., contributes some
interesting reminiscences of the late
Bishop Soule. Paul 11. Hayne, one
of the most popular poets of the South,
adds his name to the list of contributors.
The number is rich in poetry; one
piece, entitled "Virginia Fuit,"and
another, "Whither Away," will attract
general attention. Add to these fea
tures the Book and Editor's Tables,
and the present number will compare
favorably with any yet issued. Single
copies sent, post-paid, 25 cents; $3.00
per year; ten copies $2-3 00. Van Evrie,
Horton & Co., Publishers, 162 Nassau
street, N. Y.
THE GALAXY.— This interesting and
ably conducted magazine is to be chang
ed from a fortnightly to a monthly, the
two usual fortnightly numbers to be
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June, and will appear on the 20th of
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THE LADY'S FRIEND.—We have re
ceived The Lady's Friend, for May,
which is of itself worth a year's sub
scription. Every lady shouldsubscribe
for this excellent Monthly.
Price (with engraving) $2.50 a year;
Fourcopies (with one engraving) $6.00.
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EXTEM PORAXEOI'S MA RRIAGE.—A
somewhat singular matrimonial alli
ance occurred at Sigel, Missouri, the
other day. A gentleman of that place
was engaged to a young lady, the well
ing day was fixed and the guests invi
ted. A few days before the nuptials
were to have been solemnized the fath
er and brother of the bridegroom, by
threats of disinheritance, persuaded
him to disappoint the expectant bride
and make himself invisible in the vi
cinity. The evening came, and at the
appointed time the wedding guests col
lected at the houseof the bride's moth
er, but the faithless swaiu did not put
in an appearance. An hour hail passed
and the bride and her friends were o
verwhelmed with embarrassment and
mortification. When all hopeof a wed
ding had vanished a young gentleman
of the party, being captivated with the
beauty of the bride, and desirous that
the company should not be/disappoin
ted, proposed, was accepted and the
couple were accordingly married. The
guests were astonished and delighted
and the bride and groom looked happy,
NEWS If Ens.
—Mr. SewaW is said to be negotiating
another ex hase of territory.
—The Demlcrata gained four towns
in the recent elections in Erie Co., N. Y.
—Two hundred new buildings will
be erected in Allentovn this summer.
—Hon. William Stiong, of the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania, sailed
for Europe on Thursday of last week.
—Five mad dogs were killed in
Chicago one day last week, and on the
same day four persons were bitten.
—The international racket match,
played at New York, was ended in fa
vor of the English player.
—The once famous Coquette Well on
the Egbert Farm, Oil Creek, continues
to yield two hundred barrels per day.
—lt is said that Prussia disapproved
of the compromise proposed by the
other great powers.
—Applications for the position of
registers in bankruptcy arrive inWash
ington at the rate of three hundred per
—Two hundred liquor dealers were ar
rested in New York, for having their
places of business open on election
—Thomas Doherty is under arrest at
Gloucester, Mass., for murdering his
own child. The victim was but three
years of age.
—The Boston Post discovers that the
Radical newspapers have not written
obituaries upon the Democratic party
for several weeks.
—Confiscation of Southern property,
says the Springfield Republican, would
be the most monstrous of political
—The Independent has discovered
that 44 the States that now need recon
struction are the Northern." That's
what's coming.— Boston Post.
—At a recent election for Mayor in
Iluntsville, Ala., the negro vote helped
to defeat a Freediuen's Bureau agent,
who was a candidate.
—The Boston Post dicovers that the
Radical newspapers have not written
obituaries upon the Democratic party
for several weeks.
—Wendell Phillips says he was
wedded to truth and philanthropy
when a boy. The Boston Post thinks
Wendell must have become a widower
when quite young.
—The soil of Camp Curtin, at Harris
burg, memorable as the field of warlike
preparations during the rebellion, is
now being turned up by the plow and
the peaceful farmer.
—A government triin was recently
attacked by Indians i ear Fort Mitchel,
Dakota. One hundred and twenty
mules were stolen.
—The election of members to the
New York State Constitutional Con
vention passed off very quietly. But
little interest was manifested in the
—it its estimated that the United
States will lose $10,060,000 of internal
revenue in Louisiana this year, by the
destruction of the cotton and sugar
crops by inundations.
—Peace between France and Prussia
is despaired of; both parties are actively
preparing for war. Napoleon is desir
ous of purchasing arms in the United
—Pollard, of Richmond, said recontly
to a Northern gentleman: " Negro
suffrage is a dirty weapon, but you
have put it into our hands, and we
mean to beat your brains out with it."
—The Democrats carry the city of
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, by a majority of
the Common Council. The "Radicals"
have had the city government for the
last eight years. Was that thunder?
—The spring fashions, for 18(57, are
very attractive—particularly the elec
tions. The Radical party is like the
female bonnet—"growing small by
degrees and beautifully less."
—During his speech in Petersburg,
Mr. Wilson said to the negro meeting,
"I am one of you;" but whether he
meant that he was a negro or a white
man, or both, is left to conjecture.—
—Under radical rule it takes 150 cents
to make one dollar, and seventeen
dollars to purchase one barrel of flour.
In Democratic times, all the States were
represented in Congress, 100 cents made
a dollar, and fivedollars would purchase
a barrel of flour.
—An lowa woman, becoming jealous
of her husband, came behind him and
bent his head back, kissed him, and
immediately afterwards emptied a
bottle of vitriol in his face, intending
to put out his eyes. She failed in this,
but succeeded in burning his forehead
and a portion of the scalp in a shocking
—The Richmond Whig says: "We
have before us extracts cuPeel from nu
merous papers published in all quar
ters of the State in relation to the
wheat crop, and they all concur in the
opinion that unless some unlooked for
calamity shall fall upon it, it will be
an unusual success. We also learn that
work, work, is the watchword of the
farmers all over the 1* tate. We are en
couraged to hope that the oat, corn and
tobacco crops will be equally success
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Northwest extra, 9.00(510.00
Northwest extra family, 12.00014.25
Penna. and West'n 5uperfine,9.00(5,9.75
Penna. and West'n extra, 10.500 11.50
Penna. and West'n family, 13.00015.00
Penna. and West'n fancy, 15.500 18.00
Rye flour, 8.0008.50
Pennsylvania red, per bus., $3.1503.35
California, 44 - $3.40
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Corn, for yel., (new) 44 $1.2301.24
Oats, 44 77078 c
Mess Pork, per bbl., $23.50024.00
Bacon Hams, per lb., 15017 c
Salt Shoulders, ' 4 9091 c
Prime Lard, 4 * 13c
Cloverseed, per bus., at $12.00013.00
Timothy, 44 3.5003.60
Flaxseed, 44 . 3.0003.05
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The following Business Directory for the bor
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whose advertisements appear in the columns of
THE GAZETTE,) may be of service to our friends
ind patrons in the county, and is commended to
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—G. H. Spang; J. P.
Reed; J.W.Tate; John Palmer; E.F.Kerr;
Durborrow A Lutz; Espy M. Alsip; John T.
Keagy A J H. Filler; Kimmell A Lingenfelt,er,
Meyers A Dickerson, Bedford, Pa.
BANKERS—Reed A Schell; Rupp, Shannon A
Co., Bedford, Pa.
BOOTS AN SHOES, VARIETIES, Ac.—H. F.
Irvine. Bedford, Pa.
CABINET-WARE. CHAIRS, Ac.—Richard Leo,
CLOTHING—I. Lippel, Berkstresser A Irvine,
George Reimund, Bedford, Pa.
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, Ac —A. B. Cra
mer; J. M. Shoemaker, Bedford, Pa.
DENTISTRY—C. N. Hickok A J. G. Minnich,
Jr., Dr. W. W. Van Ormer, Bedford, Pa.
DRUGGIST—J. L. Lewis, Bedford. Pa.
FANCY STORES—Mrs. V. B. Tate A MissM.
Rea; Mrs. E. V. Mowry ; Mrs. M. R. Schafer A
Miss Kate Deal. Miss M. Fetterly, Bedford, Pa.
HARDWARE. Ac —Wm. Hartley ; Geo. Bly
myer A son, Bedford, Pa.
HOTELS Bedford Hotel, J. J. Shoemaker;
Mengel House, I. Mengel; Union notel, V. Steck
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JEWELER—DanieI Border, Bedford, Pa.
JOB PRINTERS—Meyers A Mengel, Bedford,
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PUMPS—Wm. C. Snively, Schellsburg, Pa.
PHYSICIANS—Dr. J. L. Marbourg, Bedford,
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Run. Pa., Dr. Geo. C. Douglas, Bedford, Pa.
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T. H. A N. J. Lyons, Private Sale.
Jacob Walter, Private,
C. N. Hickok, private sale.
Adolpbus Akc, private sale.
Meyers A Dickerson, private sale.
John P. Reed, private sale.
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CONSUMPTION CURABLE BY DR.
SCHENCK'S MEDICINES. —To oure consumption, the
system must be prepared so that the lungs will
heal. To aoeomplish this, the liver and stomach
must first be cleansed and an appetite created for
good wholesome food, which, by these medieines
will be digested properly, and good healthy blood
made; thus building up the constitution. Schenck's
Mandrake Pills cleanse the stomach of all bilious
or mucous accumulations; and, by using the Sea
Weed Tonic in conn< ction, the appetite is restored.
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup is nutritious as well
as medicinal, and, by using the three remedies, all
impurities are expelled from the system, and good,
wholesome blood made, which will repel all dis
ease. If patients will take theie medicines ac
cording to directions, consumption very frequently
in its last stage yields readily to their action.—
Take the pills frequently, to cleanse the liver and
stomach. It does not follow that because the bow
els are not costive they are not required, for some
times in diarrhoea they are necessary. The stom
ach must be kept healthy, and an appetite created
to allow the Pulmonic Syrup to act on the respir
atory organs properly and allay any irritation.
Then all that is required to perform a permanent
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the rooms as much as possible, eat all the richest
food—fat meat, game, and, in fact, anything the
appetite craves; but be particular and masticate
well. 2d w
CHILDREN'S LIVES SAVED FOR 51)
CENTS. —THOUSANDS OP CHILDREN DIE ANNUALLY
OP CROUP. —Now, mothers, if you would spend 50
cents, and always have a bottle of Dr. Tobias' Ve
nitian Liniment in the house, you never need fear
losing your little one when attacked with this com
plaint. It is now 19 years since I have put up my
Liniment, and never heard of a child dying of
croup when my liniment was used; "but hundreds
of cases of cures have been reported to me, and
many state if it was $lO per bottle they would not
be without it. Besides which, it is a certain cure
for cuts, burns, headache, toothache, sore throats,
swellings, mump, colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
spasms, old sores, and pains in the back and chest.
No one once tries it who is ever without it. It is
warranted perfectly safe to take internally. Full
directions with every bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Depot, 50 Cortlandt Street, New York. febisw7
SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS RE
STORED by Helmbold's Extract Bnchu.
KNOW THY DESTINY. — MADAME
E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrologist,
Clairvoyant and Psychometrician, who has aston
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has
now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame
Thornton possesses such wonderful powers of sec
ond sight, as to enable her to impart knowledge of
the greatest importance to the single or married of
either sex. While in a state of trance, she delin
eates the very features of the person you are to
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marriage, position in life, leading traits of char
acter, Ac. This is no humbug, as thousands of
testimonials can assert. She will send when de
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that the picture is what it purports to be. By en
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yourself, you will receive the picture and desired
information by return mail. All communication,
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MADAME E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 223, Hudson,
N. Y. marl,'67yl
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—Therefore the nervous and debilitated should
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IMPORTANT QUALITIES. —BRAND-
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cured by the effect of 6 or 8 Brandreth's Pills,
which, when the operation is full and complete,
, leave the blood as free from poisonous and un-
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Captain Isaac Smith, of Sing Sing, says, thirty
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cured him of a very severe bronchial affection af
ter other means had failed and he wishes his nu
merous friends to know the fact.
Brandreth's Pills, Principal Office, Brandreth
House, New York. Sold also by all Druggists.—
See my name on Government stamp, without which
thepiilsare spurious. B. BRANDRETH.
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WONDERFUL BUT TRUE.—MADAME
REMINGTON, the world-renowned Astrologist and
Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in a clairvoy
ant state, delineates the very features of the per
son you are to marry, and by the aid of an instru
ment of intense power, known as the Psychomo
trope, guarantees to produce a perfect and life
like picture of the future husband or wife of the
applicant, with date of marriage, occupation, lead
ing traits of character, Ac. This is no imposition,
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LIP 3 Address in confidence, MADAME GERTRUDE
REMINGTON, P. 0. Box 297, West Troy, N. Y.
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It teaches how the homely may become beauti
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their Address, and receive a copy postpaid, by re
tnail. " Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
marlmfi Troy, N. Y.
HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP II.R.
—TIME TABLE.— Express Train leaves Mt. Dallas
at 1.30 p. m., and arrives at Huntindon, at 4.45 p.
in.; leaves Huntingdon at 7.50 a. m., and arrives
at Mt Dallas, at 11.15 a. m.
Accommodation Train leaves HuntiDgton at 4.04
p. in., and arrives at Saxton, 5.45 p.m.; leaves
Saxton, at 9 43 a. m., and arrives at Huntingdon,
at 11 22 a.m. _ janlß.
BLINDNESS, Deafness and Catarrh,
treated with the utmost success, by Dr. J. ISAACS,
Occulist and Aurist, (formerly of Leyden, Hol
land,) No. 519 Pine Street, Philadelphia. Testi
monials from the most reliable sources in the city
and country can be seen at his office. The Medi
cal faculty are invited to accompany, their pa
tients. as he has no secrets in bis practice. Artifi
cial Eyes inserted without pain. No charge made
for examination. |may3, 67yl
Borough ouDiXANCE.-Be it
ordained and enacted bythe Burges3 and Coun
cil of Borough of Bedford. That hereafter it shall
be the duly of the High Constable to arrest Va
grants. disorderly, riotous or drunken persons, and
put them in the County Jail, to be held during the
time required by Law, and that all such persons so
arrestee! be released when the time of their con
finement expires, upon their payinv to the said
High Constable for the use of the Borough a fine
of not less tLan one dollar, nr more than five dol
lars and jailor's charges. The fine to be at the
discretion of the High Constable.
Ordained and enacted by the Burgesses and
Council, April 10, A. D., 1807.
H. NICODEMUS, Chief Burgess.
Jeflttlatflr'ji Column. .
rpHE BEDFORD REGULATOR,
No. 2 ANDERSON'S ROW.
IRVINE & STATLER
Are again in the field Wattling against the imposi
tion of high prices and would respectfully inform
their friends and the public generally that they
Have just received a large and varied assortment
of goods, consisting of
Boots and Shoes,
Muslins and Tickings,
Notions and Perfumery,
Groceries and Spices,
Queensware and Glassware,
Tobacco and Segars,
White & Colored Shirts,
Cotton & Woolen Yarns,
Trunks & Valises,
Brooms & Twines,
Call at No. 2 ANDERSON'S ROW.
If you want a goodp'r Boots, go to the Regulator.
QUR STOCK OF BOOTS A SHOES
are full and complete.
' BOOTS, SHOES, BALMORALS, GAITERS and
' SLIPPERS, Ac.,
to fit any man, woman and child in the county.
Measures taken for Ladies and Gentlemen
and neat and complete fits warranted or no sale.
At IRVINE A STATLER'S, No. 2 A.'s Row.
If you want a good p'r Shoes, go to the Regulator.
! g R O C ERIES.—
f Prime Rio Coffee, - 25 to 30 cents per lb.
do La Guayra, - 25 to 30 " " "
> White Sugar, ... 18 " " "
s Light Brown Sugars, - 121 to 15 " " "
f Teas, - - - - $l5O to 2.00 per IW.
' Spices, all kinds, cheap and good.
Best quality Syrups and Molasses, at the lowest
. market prices, at "The Regulator's," No. 2 A. R.
" If you want good Toilet Soap or Perfumery, go to
> the Regulator.
' TTNBLEACHED and BLEACHED
From the best Manufactories in the country.
' Bleached and Unbleached Muslins from 12ic up.
Sheeting, ----- from 18c up.
g Tickings, all grades and prioes, af
IRVINE A STATLER'S.
, If you want a good Shirt, go to the Regulator.
q rvUR NOTIONS ARE AT ALL
b TIMES FULL AND COMPLETE in
i Shirts, Collars,
i, Neck-Ties, Soaps,
* Combs, Threads,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
d fec., Ac., Ac.
At No. 2 Anderson's Row
. If you want a variety of Notions, go to the Reg'r.
is ~ '
STATIONERY and PERFUMERY.
J N'ote, Letter and Fools-cap Paper, Envelopes,
- Perfumery, all kinds of Toilet Soap, Tooth Brush
es, Ac., At THE REGULATOR S.
" If you want Queensware er Glassware, go to the
* Q™ WABE & GLASSWARE-
We have a large and magnificent selection of
i- Queensware aDd Glassware, of the latest and most
fashionable patterns, and will be sold at the most
E reasonable prices, by
IRVINE A STATLER.
i If you want good Spices of any kind, go to the
rpOBACCO AND SEGARS of the
best brands and manufacture :
Smoking Tobacco, all kinds.
Segars from a Cheroot to the finest article.
Also, a large assortment of Pipes.
Call at No. 2 Anderson's Row.
If you want good Hosiery, Gloves, Neck-ties col
lars, Ac., go to the Regulator.
HAVE EVERYTHING that
is usually kept in a No. 1 country store.
MARKETING of all kinds taken in ex
change FOR GOODS, and the highest prices paid.
Any goods desired will be ordered from the Eas
Country merchants supplied with goods at
a small advance. No trouble to show goods. All
we ask is a call and we feel satisfied we can please
ALL. Thankful for past favors, we solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
apr26,'67. IRVINE A BTATLER.
If you want any thing in our line, go to the Bed
ford Regulator, No. 2, Anderson's Row.