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rpiNW'AIIK.- I The largest assort -
| inent of well made Tinware in the city con
stantly kept on hand ; also a general assortment
of House Furnishing Goods.
Country storekeepers will find it to their advan
tage to call. JNO. M. MELLOY,
723 Market Street.
utar27inl Philadelphia, Pa.
MAXWELL KINK HAD,
CHARLES HENDERSON A SON,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in v
11ATS, CAPS, FURS AND STRAW
No. 412 Market St., Ab. Fourth,
OPRING OPENING FOB ISGB.
ERYE A LAN DELL,
FOURTH AND ARCH STREETS,
New Spring Silks.
• . New Style Shawls.
Novelties in Dress Goods.
Steel and Pearl Poplins.
E. A L. always keep the
BEST BLACK SILKS.
N. B. —Net Cash Buyers will find it to their inter
est to call, as Bargains lrom Auction are daily re
MARY RICHARDSON* S. S. CAMPBELL.
J J. RICHARDSON ACO ,
# Manufacturers of
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
and Dealers in
FOREIGN FRUITS ANT) NUTS,
No 126 Market st., Bet. Front A #
A. B. CUNNINGHAM. | J. H. LEWARS. | J. S- GLEIM.
CUNNINGHAM, GLEIM A CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
TOBACCO, CIGARS, & c.,
No 408 Market Street, above Fourth,
This Paint is Manufactured of the
BEST AND PUREST MATERIAL.
WARRANTED Equal to any made, for durability
GIVE IT A TRIAL AND YOU WILL NEVER USE ANY
ox H ER.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS IN PA I NTS
THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY.
T. MORRIS PEROT & CO.,
Wholesale dealers in Drugs. Paints, Oils, Glass,
Ac , 621 Market, and 612 Commerce Sts.
CAUTION.— Owing to the popularity of our First
National Lead, other parties have been induced to
offer a spurious article. Beware
ot The Genuine is put up in Ex
tra Heavy Tin Pafnt Pots, with Patent metallic
wire handles, and the name of T. Morris Ferot A
Co. on eaeh label. dcc6,'67yl
STILZ & MELICK,
No. 325 Market Street,
J HENRY II FT TON,
A. A. SHUMWAY, & Co.,
Wholesale Manufacturers and
DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES,
221 Market and 210 Church Streets,
Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
rpilE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
J. J. RICHARDSON A CO.,
126 MARKET STREET, PHILAD'A,,
Is the largest Manufacturing Confectioners and
Wholesale Dealers in Fruits, Nuts, Ac., in
the United states.
No. 520 Arch Street
Fine WATCHES, JEWELRY,SILVER WARE,
and Rodgers' Celebrated Silver Plated Ware,
warranted triple plate, on the whitest metal, at
MANUFACTURER S PRICES.
ft#|OYER, FEMIMAN & CO.,
11l WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS,
318 MARKET STREET,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Tailors' Trimmings
and Men's Wear, and Piece Goods.
FELIX HEYMAN who has been in the clothing
business for many years, is a partner in this House
and respectfully solicits the patron ige of his for
mer customers and the trade generally
E. MEGRAW & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Tobacco, Cigars
and Snuff, 53 and 55 Hand Street and 31 St. Clair
Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. mar.6ml.
HORATIO J. MEANS, Licensed
Auctioneer, tenders his services to all per
sons haviug sales, or vendues. Give him a call.
Residence, Black Valley, Monroe tp., six miles
South of Bloody Bun. novßm3
LUMBER.— 60,000 feet Oak, White
and Yellow Pine Lumber on hands and fo
sale by J. B. WILLIAMS & CO ,
junl4,'67tf Bloody Run, Pa.
A GENTS WANTED FOR THE
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ly interesting and should be CAREFULLY
READ by every one The immense demand for
this great work stamps it the most SUCCESSFUL
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THE TIMES. It fully illustrates Old Ireland,
abounds in Romance. Incident and Wit, showing
the Patriotism and Devotion, the Truth and Fer
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pages and over 100 illustrations, bound in cloth,
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erywhere. Exclusive territory given. Send for
circulars and sample copy. WILLIAM FLINT,
26 So. 7th St., Phil'a., J*a.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
LOSING'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED
STATES —Irom its discovery to the close of An
drew Johnson's administration ; in one royal oc
tavo volume of SOO pages, illustrated by four hun
dred engravings on wood and twelve engravings
on steel; entirely new. For specimens and
terms, apply to T. BELKNAP, Hartford, Conn.,
or BLISS A CO., 194 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
"PEOPLE'S ROOK OF BIOGRAPHY ," by JAMES
PARTON, the "Prince of Biographers," contain
ing lives of distinguished persons of all ages and
countries, women as well as men. A handsome
octavo book of over 600 pages, illlustrated with
12 beautiful steel engravings. No competition.
Agents say it sells faster than any 800 l they
ever sold. Terms liberal. Send for subscription
circular. A. S. HALE k CO.. Hartford, Conn.
MARR & LANDMAN'S PATENT
LIQUID 81-SULPHITE OF LIME. A
certain Preservative of Eggs, Fruit, Meat, Ac.,
for any length of time. For sale by Druggists and
AGENTS WANTED. People ill
want of, and Agents who are selling all
kinds of SEWING MACHINES, are requested to ad
dress me (with stamp) for greatly reduced prices
and terms. J. K. PEARSONS, box 4, Charles
IN DISPENSABLE FOR LADIES
For the assistance of ladies in hand sewing, pro
tectii% the finger frbfh the needle, and causing
stitches to be taken with exact regularity and in
creased rapidity. Invaluable for all kinds of em
broidering and chrochfting. Sent to any address,
by mail, elegantly silver plated, for 25 cents, or
solid silver, for 75 cents.
Agents wanted In every town. Terms and sam
ple for 25 cents. Liberal disoount to the trade.
Address NILES MANUF'G CO., 55 Water St.,
WANTED —A GENT s.— S2OO per
month the year round or a certainty of
SSOO to SI,OOO per month to those bavins a little
capital. We guarantee the above monthly salary
to <*ood active agents at their ewn homes. Ev
ery 5 agent, farmer, gardner, planter and fruit
grower North and South, should send at once
for particulars, Please call on or address J.
AIIEARN k CO., 63 Second St.. Baltimore. Md.
MILLER A BOWSER,
At the Old Colonnade, - - Bedford, Pa.,
OFFER GREAT BARGAINS,
(in order to reduce their stock, before making
their spring purchases) in
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Tobacco and Cigars,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
LOOK A T SOME OF THEIR PRICES :
CALICO, at 8, 10, 12, 10, 10.
GINGHAM, at 12J, 15, 18, 20.
MUSLIN, at 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 20.
&sir Cassiineres,Cloths, Satinetts and
Ladies' Sacking, at very low prices.
fcir Ladies', Gents' and Misses'
Shoes, Sandals and Over-Shoes, in great variety.
Men's, Boys' and Youths' Boots.
Best Coffee, Tea, Sugar and Syr
up in the market. Prices low
Feed, Flour, Ac., for sale at all
We invite all to call and see our
goods and compare prices before buying elsewhere.
SO?" Our motto is, Short Proffits.
FEY*- TERMS— Cash, Note or Produce.
C N. HICKOK,
Office at the old stand in BANK BPILDING, Julian
na Street, BEDFORD, Pa.
All operations, pertaining to Surgical and Me
chanical Dentistry, performed with care, and
Anaesthetics administered, when desired. Ar
tificial teeth inserted, per set, SB.OO and upward.
As I am determined to do
A CASH BUSINESS
or none, I have reduced the prices of ARTIFICIAL
TEETH of the various kinds, 20 PER CENT, and of
GOLD FILLINGS 33 PER EENT. This reduction
will be made only to strictly CASH PATIENTS,
and all such will receive prompt attention.
J) R O S P E C T U S.
THE MORNING PATRIOT.
The office of the lat * Patriot ami Union having
passed into the hands of the undersigned, they
propose to supply a vacuum that has long existed
in the newspaper press of interior Pennsylvania.
From some cause or other the reading masses of
the Democratic party of the great interior coun
ties of the State, have been compelled, either to
do without the latest news, or patronize journals
whose political sentiments were distasteful to
The MORNING PATIIIOT is intended to supply
Its proprietors are determined that no efforts
shall be spared, on their part, to make it FOLLY
EQUAL, as a newspaper, to any of its competitors
Whatever the electric wires are able to communi
cate, up to the hour of going to press, will be fur
nished in its columns every morning; and its
large size will enable it to give quite as much
reading matter as any of its contemporaries.
As an advocate of sound political sentiments,
favoring no faction, clique or section, but devoting
its entire energies to the good of the whole par
ty ; as a vehicle of the latest news, and a chroni
cler of passing events, we are determined that it
shall not be excelled ; and we confidently appeal
to a discriminating public for that appreciation
and encouragement which are indispensable to
For the Daily, one year in advance $7 00
For the Daily Six months, in advance 11 50
Single copies, TUKEE CENTS.
THE WEEKLY PATRIOT.
It is the determination of the proprietors of the
PATRIOT to make their weekly journal fully equal
to what the -'Patriot and Union" was in its palmi
est days. It will be one of the largest weekly pa
pers in the State, and special pains will be taken
to fill its columns with such reading matter as
will be alike interesting and useful to the Fanner,
the Mechanic and the Man of Business, and to
make it an agreeable and welcome visitor to ev
Every person should subscribe to the paper
printed in his own county, and we do not mean to
enter into competition with the local papers of the
State. But, many people take their home paper
and a city paper in addition. To such we send
Single copy, one year $2 50
" " six months 1 25
Ten copies, one year 20 00
Twenty copies, one year .35 00
Fifty " (to one address) 1 year 75 00
One hundred coopies " " 125 00
All orders should be addressed to
B. F. MEYERS A CO.,
junlOtf Harrisburg, Pa.
g P. HARBAUGH fc SON,
Wholesale Traveling Dealers in
FANCY DRY GOODS AND NO
will visit their friends and the public generally,
in Bedford county, once every two months. They
sell their goods at city prices. Also, agents for
Chambersburg Woolen Manufacturing Co.
j in rear of the "Mengel House,"
MENGEL & BURNS, Proprietors.
The undersigned would inform tneir friends,
and the public generally, that they are prepared
to furnish HORSES AND BUGGIES, Carriages,
Sporting Wagons, or anything in the Livery line
of business, in good style and at moderate charg
es. Terms : CASH, unless by special agreement.
janlo'6Btf MENGEL A BURNS.
TJOOKS AND STATIONERY !
BOOKS AND STATIONERY !
INQUIRER BOOK STORE,
(opposite Mengel House,)
The Proprietors take pleasure in offering to the
public, almost every article belonging to the Book
Business, and that too at City RETAIL PRICES.
consisting of POETRY, by the leading Poets, all the
late and standard NOVELS, by the best authors.
Bibles, Hymn Books, Ac.
Large family Bibles, Lutheran and Methodist
Hymns, and a selection of Religious Beoks.
Being a complete series of the Books now used in
our Common Schools.
of all kinds, and quality, from the smallest Note
to the largest Cap.
the cheapest, best and largest stock ever brought
Day Books, Ledgers, Time Books and Pass Books.
inks and Ink Stands,
various kinds, all convenient and durable.
Pens and Pencils,
of twenty-five different varieties, good in kind and
quality. Also, all the very latest and leading
always on hand, at publisher's prices.
article called for and not on hand, il
desired, will be ordered promptly.
Give us a call, opposite the Mengel House, and
one door South of the INQUIRER OFFICE.
mar 27 DURBORROW A LUTZ.
SALE OR TRADE.
2 tracts, of 160 acres each, within three miles of
a depot on the Union Pacific Railroad, back of
1 tract of bottom land, timbered and praire, two
miles from Omaha city.
One-third of 7,000 acres in Fulton county, Pa.,
including valuable ore, mineral and timber lands,
near Fort Littleton.
Over 4,000 acres of valuable ore, coal and tim
ber lands in West Virginia.
Also—32o acres of land in Woodbury co., lowa.
ALSO—Twenty-five one acre lots, adjoining the
borough of Bedford, with limestone rock for kiln
or quarry, on the upper end of each.
320 acres in Reynolds Co., Missouri.
4SO do do Shannon do do
2701 do do Bollinger do do
80 do do Franklin do lowa.
0. E. SHANNON,
jun2l,'67yl . Bedford, Pa.
TT ALU ABLE LAND FOR SALE
Y —The undersigned offers for sale the follow
ing valuable bodies of land :
THREE CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND,
containing 160 acres each, situated on the Illinois
Central Railroad, in Champaign county. State of
Illinois, 8 miles from the city of Urbana, and one
mile from Rentual Station on said Railroad. Two
of the tracts adjoin, and one of them has a never
failing pond of water upon it The city of Urbana
contains about 4,000 inhabitants. Champaign
the greatest wheat growing county in Illinois.
ALSO— One-fourth of a tract of land, situated
in Broad Top township, Bedford county, contain
ing about 45 acres, with all the coal veins of Broad
Top running through it.
ALSO— Three Lots in the town of Coalmont.
Jan 26, 66-tf F. C. REAMER.
6A,500,000 CUSTOMERS in Four years
J PATRONIZE THE BEST.
Having the largest capital, most experienced
buyers, and extensive trade of ar.y concern in the
DOLLAR SALE business, we
G CARANTEE SATISFACTION
in every instance, and also the REST selection of
GOODS ever offered at
ONE DOLL; . EACH.
No other concern has a • y.-show wherever our
Agents are selling. Our i lotto : ''Prompt and
Reliable." Male and fern: le agents wanted in
city and country.
Are particularly requested to try our popularclub
system of selling all kinds of DRV and FANCV
Goons, DRESS PATTERNS. COTTON CLOTH, CASTORS,
SILVERPLATEDGOODS, WATCHES, die. (Establish
ed 1864.) A Patent Pen Fountain and a cheek
describing an article to be sold for a dollar. 10
cts ;20 for $2; 40 for $4 ;60 for $6 ; 100 for $lO ;
sent by mail. Free Presents to getter up, (Worth
50 Per Cent, More Than Those Sent By any Other
Concern,) according to size of club. Send us a
trial club, or if not do not fail to send for a cir
N. B.—Our sale should NOT be classed with New
York dollar jewelry sales or bogus "Tea Compan
ies," as it is nothing of the sort.
EASTMAN & KENDALL,
65 HANOVER ST., BOSTON, MASS.
A' MORNING PAPER.
Terms of Subscription. —By Mail, $6 for twelve
months; $3 for six months; $1.50 for three months.
THE WEEKLY SUN,
A FIRSTCLASS FAMILY NEWSPAPER,
This Journal, with a reputation for excellence
surpassed by none of its cotemporaries, comprises
all those characteristics of a newspaper which
adapt it to the wants of the people of the towns,
villages and rural districts. Its claims to public
approval consist of its excellent
Novelettes and Tales,
Late and Compact Details of News.
Reviews of Markets,
Poetry, Wit, Humor, Science and Art,
Ana General Variety.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
THE WEEKLY SUN is published Every Satur
day at the following exceedingly low rates to in
dividuals and clubs when, sent from one pos. office.
The money in all cases to be remitted in advance.
For One Copy for One Year $1 50
Club of Six Copies, One Year 8 00
Club of Twelve Copies, One Year 15 00
Club of Fifteen Copies, One Year 18 00
Club of Twenty Copies, One Year 22 00
Club of Twenty-five Copies, One Year 25 00
For the convenience of temporary subscribers the
WEEKLY SUN will be mailed for six months for one
dollar. Parties ordering for a shorter period will
be charged the same price, viz, one dollar.
A. S. ABELL & CO.. Publishers,
Baltimore and South Streets, Baltimore, Md.
THE BEST VEGETABLE
TO WHICH WAS AWARDED
A SILVER MEDAL *
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM AT THE NEW HAMPSHIRE
Is now conceded to be superior to all others for
RESTORING GRAY to its
This Preparation relieves the head of Dandruff,
Humors, and all unpleasant Burning or Itching of
the scalp, supplying to the ROOTS of the hair the
required nourishment for the promotion of its
IT IS A BEAUTIFUL DRESSING,
leaving the scalp COOL, CLEAN, and HEALTHY.
Every Bottle Warranted.
J. R. BARRET & CO., Proprietors.
Manchester, N. 11.
Sold by Dr. B. F\ Harry, Bedford, F. M. Mas
ters, Bloody Run, and druggists generally.
R H. SI PES' MARBLE WORKS.
# R. 11. SIPES still continues the manu
factory of Monuments, Tombstones, Table-Tops,
Counter Slabs, Ac., at Bloody Run, Bedford coun
ty, Pa., and having on hand a well selected stock
of Foreign and Domestic Marble, is prepared to fill
all orders promptly and do work neat and in a
workmanlik 0 style, and on the most reasonable
terms. All work warranted. Jobs delivered to
all parts of this and adjoining counties without ex
tra charge. apr!9,'6Byl
Inn PER CENT SAVED. 5,000
J[ \JvJ AGENTS Wanted for the Mammoth
DOLLAR SALE. Full particular in circular.
Address DEXTER, EAMES A Co., 1055 Washing'n
St., Boston, Mass.
A RARE CHANCE IS OFFERED
J\_ ALL PERSONS
To display their Goods;
Tc sell their Goods:
To gather information;
To make known their wants;
Ac., Ac. Ac. Ao., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.,
by advertisings the columns of THE GAZETTE
rpHE BEDFORD GAZETTE
P RIN TING EST AB LIS 11M ENT,
MEYERS & MENGEL
Having recently made additional im
proveracnts t( our office, we are pre
pared to execute all orders for
PLAIN AND FANCY
JOB pKI NTI NO,
With dispatch aud in the most
CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, BILL
HEADS, CHECKS, CERTIFICATES,
BLANKS, DEEDS, REGISTERS, RE
CEIPTS, CARDS, HEADINGS, ENVEL
OPES, SHOWBILLS, HANDBILLS, IN
VITATIONS, LAB ELS,IRE. IFC.
Our facilities for printing
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, Ac.,
CONCERTS AND EXIIIB ITLUNS,
"PUBLIC SALE" BILLS
Printed, at short notice.
We can insure complete satisfaction
as to time and price
/ '2B HOOP SKIRTS. 028
WM. T. HOPKIN S "OWN MAKE"
are the best and Cheapest Low Priced Hoop Skirts
in the market. Trail Skirts, 25 springs. SI.OO ;30
springs, 51.20; and 40 springs, $1.45. Plain
Skirts. 6 tapes, 20 springs, 86 Cents; 25 sgrinjjs,
95 Cents ,30 sf rings, $1 15 ; and 35 springs, $?.-
25. Warranted in every respect.
"Our Own Make" ot "UNION SKIRTS," Elev
en Tape Trails, from 20 to 50 springs, $1.20 to $2-
50. Plain, Six Tapes 20 to 50 springs, from 95
Cents to $2 09. These Skirts are better than
those solchby other establishments as first class
goods, and at much lower prices.
"Our Own Make of "CHAMPION SKIRTS" are
in every way superior to all other Hoop Skirts be
fore the public, and only have to be examined or
worn to convince every one of the fact. Manu
factured of the best linen-finished English Steel
Springs, very superior tapes, and the style of the
metalic fastenings and manner of securing them
surpass for durability and excellence any other
Skirt in this country, and arc lighter, more elas
tic, will wear longer, give more satisfaction, and
are really cheaper than all others. Every lady
should tjy them. They are being sold extensive
ly by Merchants throughout this and the adjoining
States at very moderate prices. If you want the
best, ask for "Hopkin's Champion Skirt." If you
do not find them, get the merchant with whom
you deal to order them for you, or come or send
direct to us. Merchants will find our different
grades of Skirts exactly what they need, and wo
especially invite them to call and examine our ex
tensive assortment, or send for Wholesale Price
To be had at Retail at Manufactory, and of the
Retail Trade generally, and at Wholesale of the-
Manufacturer only, to whom all orders should be
addressed. MANUFACTORY and SALESROOM,
728 Arch Street, Between 6th and 7th Sts.,Pa.
MEDICAL.— DR. A. S. SMITH,
having resumed the Practice of Medicine,
solicits a generous share of the patronage of the
community. Office in his residence, at St Clairs
He would call the attention of the public, and to
those more immediately interested to the follow
ing : His health being too delicate to bear much
of the fatigues and exposures consequent on gen
eral practice, he has adopted a speciality in the
Soon after commenciag practice, some twenty
years since, he was attracted by the almost uni
versality of female complaints, both in the mar
ried and single state. Partly from natural incli
nation, and in order to obtain success in practice,
these complaints were made thfe subject of incess
ant study. These alterations, displacements and
deranged functions of the organs peculiar to the
female, are owing to that refined sense of delicacy
on the part of the female, who, ignorant of the
consequences, prefers to suffer in silence rather
than expose her situation. Seldom cured by the
general practitioner, who is prevented by this
delicacy from acquiring by experience that tact
and skill necessary to discriminate the exact
change preseut, and contents himself with pre
scribing for the deranged functions, or overlooking
the cause, simply for attendant nervous disorders,
founding his prescriptions on a Plethoric Anaemon
ic state of the general system and the result is no
benefit, as the number of the long suffering fe
males bears ample testimony. Believing that he
has, from long and special attention paid to them,
acquired that skill in discriminating and experi
ence in treating, he solicits the suffering to give
him a call. No charges for consultation or exam
ination. Visits made to all parts of the county.
Applications for medicines can be made in wri
ting by accompanying stamp for return letter.—
Medicines sent when desired. TERMS invariably
cash for all medicines and instruments.
li/lANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW
111 RESTORED. Just published, a new edi
tion of Dn. CULVERWELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY
on the radical cure (without medicine) of SPER
MATOURIHKA, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical
Incapacity, Impendimonts to* Marriages, etc.;
also, CONSUMPTION, EPILEPSY and FITS, induced
by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance.
in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable essay,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' success
ful practice, that the alarming consequences of
self-abuse may be radically cured without the
dangerous use ofjrintornal medicine or the appli
cation of the knife ; pointing out a mode of cure
at once simple, certain, and effectual, by means
of which every sufferer, no matter what his con
dition may be, may cure himself cheaply, priva
tely, and radically.
Lecture should be in the hands of overy
youth and every man in the land
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post
stamps. Also, Dr Culverwells'Marriage Guide,'
price 25 cents. Address the Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE Ji CO.,
127 Bowery, N. Y. Post Office Box 458b.
JP U M P 8! ! !
1 am engaged in selling the
certainly the only pump
well adapted to this
Persons in need of a
will do well to give me
from all parts of the county attend
ed to with promptness.
WM. C. SNIVELY,
Aug. 1, '6s—ly
PITT STREET, TWO DOORS WEST OP THE BED
FORD HOTEL, BEDFORD, PA.
WATCHMAKER AND DEALER IN JEWEL
RY, SPECTACLES, AC.
He keeps on hand a stock of line Gold and Sil
er Watches, Spectacles of Brilliant Double Re
ined Glasses, also Scotch Pebble Glasses. Gold
Watch Chains, Breast Pins, Finger Rings, best
quality of Gold Pens. He will supply to order
any thing in his line not on hand.
Oct. 20, 1865-
PHILADELPHIA, March Ist, 18G8.—
We beg to inform you that we are prepared
to offer tor your inspection our usual assortment
of Millinery Goods, consisting of the Newest
Shapes in Straw. Silk and Gimp Hats, Bonnets,
Ac ; Velvets, Silk Goods, Ribbons, Flowers, Feath
ers, Ruches, Crapes, Blondes, Braids, Ornaments,
Ac., Ac. We shall be happy to wait on you at
our Store, or receive your orders. Prices low for
Cash. Yours, Ac. H. WARD,
Nos. 103, 105 A 107 N. Second St., Phila.
UNS AND LOCKS.—The under-
Jf signed respectfully tenders his services to
the people of Bedford and vicinity, as a repairer
Guns and Locks. Ail work promptly attended.
tO . L. DEFIBAUGII
sep 28, '6o—tf
WAGONS FOR SALE AT
JjO KNOX' SHOPS, near Bedford. |aprl9tf
EMOV AL ! It EM () V. A 1.! !
CLOTH ING EMPORIUM
Has been removed to SHUCK'S ROOM, one
door West of the Washington House.
The undersigned would beg leave to inform their
friends and many customers that they have rea
moved their store to the above named place, where
we are prepared to exhibit the largest stock of
ever brought to Bedford, consisting in part of
of every quality and price,
We have a lot of Army Clothing,
Blouses, $2 50
Overcoats, 0 00
Blue Pants, 3 50 (K, 4 00
Currying Shirts, 1 50
Our NOTION department is full and complete.
CA SSIM ER 7v SHIR TS,
WHITE SHIR TS,
at all prices.
The largest stock of
Cloth-lined, Linen finished, Lock wood, Enamelled,
Cloth imitation, Glazed, of all sizes,
for ladies and gents.
Ladies' and Gents' Linen and Paper Cuffs.
Gloves, Hosiery, Ae., of every description.
Our CA&SI MERES ami CLOTHS
will be found suitable for old and young, rich and
poor. TRIMMINGS of all qualities.
We would call the special attention of gentle
men to our line of IIATS, which we boast on iu
price, quality and style. There is no style but
what we have.
Calicos, Delaines, Muslins, Tickings,
CASH BUYERS should call and ex
amine, as our terms are cash or produce.
n0v8,'67 It. W. BERRSTRESSER A CO.
A NEW HAND AT TIIE BELLOWS,
at the old stand of BLYMYEIt A SON.
The undersigned, having purchased the entire
stock of Geo. Blymyer A Son, and having added
thereto, by fresh purchases in the East, respectful
ly announces to the public, that he is now prepa
red to sell at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES,
APPROVED COUNTRY PRODUCE,
everything in the IIARDWARE line, such as
Joiners', Cabinet and
Shoemakers' tools and
findings, cross-cut and mill
saws, grindstones and fixtures,
saddlery of all kinds, nails by the
keg or pound, wagon tire, strap iron,
nail rod, double and single shear, blister
and cast steel, horse-shoes by the keg or smal
ler quantities, double and single bitted axes,
cutlery of every description, knives and forks very
cheap, and the very best pocket knives, Porte
monaies and pocket-books, silver tea and ta
ble spoons in sets, brittania ware in sets,
trays, Ac., paints, oils and varnishes,
window glass all sizes, lamps and
lamp chimneys, wooden and
willow ware, wash boards,
churns, manilla rope,
brushes of every description, shoe black
ing, shovels and forks, grain shovels,
chains of all kinds, sausage cutters and
sole and kip leather, also the very best
calf skins, buffalo robes, and a general
variety of goods kept in a first-class
fcjp Our object shall be to be governed by the
golden rule, to do unto others as yon would wish
to be done by. We intend to sell at par rates, and
by fair dealing hope to merit a continuance of the
patronage bestowed on Blymyer A Son.
novlm6 THOMAS M. LYNCH.
Button Hole Overseaming
Its Wonderful Popularity Conclusive Proof
of its Great Merit.
The increase in the demand for, this valuable
machine has been TEN FOLD during the last
seven months of its first year before the public.
This grand and surprising success is unpre.
cedented in the history of sewing-machines, and
we feel fully warranted in claiming that
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST
IN THE WORLD,
And Intrinsically the Cheapest.
It is really two machines combined in one, (by
a simple and beautiful mechanical arrangement,)
making both the Shuttle or Lock-stitch, aud
the Overseaming and Button-hole stitch, with
equal facility and perfection. It executes in the
very best manner every variety of sewing, such
as Hemming, Felling, Cording, Tucking, Stitch-
Braiding and Quilting, Gathering and sewing
on°'(done at the same time,) aud in addition, Over
seams, Embroiders on the edge, and makes beau
tiful Button and Eyelet-holes in all fabrics.
Every Machine is warranted by the Company,
or its Agents, to give entire satisfaction.
Circulars, with full particulars and samples of
work done on this Machine, can be had on appli
cation at the Salesrooms of
BUTTON HOLE OVERSEAMING AND
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
S W COR ELEVENTH AND CHESTNUT STREETS,
lustructions given on the Machine at the rooms
of the Company gratuitously to all purchasers.
FRED'K PAXTON, President.
W. B. MENDENHALL, Treasurer.
rj: McCAUSLIN, Agent; Bedford, Pa.
SELLERS D- FOLWELL,
CONFECTIONERS and FRUITERERS,
No. 161 North Third Street,
feb2lia3 Orders promptly attended to.
DR. GEO. B. KELLEY,
having permanently locate! in ST. CLAWS
VILLE, tenders his professional services to the
citizens of that place and vicinity. nov2'66yl
TIT W JAMISON, M. 1)., BIIOODY
FF . RUN, Pa., tenders his professional servi
ces to the people of that place and vicinity. Otfice
one door west of Richard Langdon's store.
Nov. 24, '6s—ly
JACOB REED, | J.J. SCHELL,
REED A N D sen ELL,
DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
DRAFTS bought and sold, collections made and
money promptly remitted.
OE. SHANNON, BANKER,
S BEDFORB, PA.
BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
COLLECTIONS made the East, West, North
and South, and the general business of Exchange
transacted. Notes and Accounts Collected and
Remittances promptly made. REAL ESTATE
bought and sold. janl7,'6B
WASHINGTON HOTEL, BED
FORD, Pa.—This largo and commodious
house, having been re-taken by the subscriber, is
now open for the reception of visitors and board
ers. The rooms are large, well ventilated, and
comfortably furnished. The table will always be
supplied with the best the market can afford. The
Bar is stocked with the choicest liquors. In short,
it is my purpose to keep a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL.
Thanking the public for past favors, I respectful
ly solicit a renewal of their patronage.
N. B. Hacks will run constantly between the
Hotel and the Springs.
mayl7,'67yl W. DIBERT. Prop'r.
BEDFORD HOTEL.—THE UN
dersigned having taken charge of the Bed
ford Hotel, formerly kept by Col. John Hafer, an
nounces to the public that he will be able to af
ford the best accommodations, both to the travel
ing public and home custom. The house will be
improved and re-fitted, and the Bar will always be
well supplied with choice liquors. His table will
be supplied with the choicest edibles of the season,
and he will spare no pains !o make it suitable for
all. His stable is one of the best in Bedford, and
a good hostler will always be in attendance.
taken by the week, month or year.
Terms reasonable. The public are respectfully in
vited to give him a call.
JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER.
Jan. 15, '64
RP HE MEN GEL HOUSE,
I Juliana Street, Bedford, Pa.
The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform
the travelling public that he has recently enlarged,"
improved and refitted his house, both for the ac
commodation of travelers and boarders, as well as
country customers. Persons coming to this place
for the purpose of visiting the Bedford Springs,
will find this house pleasantly located.
Ample 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.
April 15, '64.
1 .EXCHANGE HOTEL,
Jj HUNTINGDON, PA.
This old establishment having been leased by
J. MORRISON, formerly propriety of the Morri
son House, has been entirely renovated and re
furnished and supplied with all the modem im
provements and conveniences necessary to a first
The dining loom has been removed to the first
floor and is now spacious and airy, anil the chant
bers arc all well ventilated, and the proprietor
will endeavor to make his guests perfectly at home.
Addyss J. MORRISON.
junl9tf Huntingdon, Pa.
"JJ N I () N II O T E L,
WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PA :
V. STECKMAN, Proprietor.
This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom
modate the public in the best manner and 011 the
most liberal terms.
May 9, '62.
The undersigned has refitted this house, and is
prepared to accommodate his customers and the
traveling public in a manner that will give satis
faction to all. HENRY FLUCK, Proprietor.
I jiSTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS are
J still ahead of all competitors and stand un
rivalled in POWER, PURITY OF TONE and
BRILLIANCY, and all oiher points which go to
make a first-class instrument.
The "VOX HUMANA TREMOLO ' is the great
est of all modern improvements on reed instru
ments. It CHARMS and SURPRISES all who
hear it, by its wonderful resemblance to the HU
MAN VOICE. Do not confound this with the
common tremolo in use. It is entirely different,
and far superior to any other. .
For sale wholesale and retail by
E. M. BRUCE,
18 N. Seventh Street, Philadelphia.
Send for descriptive circular and price list.
The effect of your "Tremolo" is entirely new to
me, and is certainly the best I ever heard.— GEO.
W. MORGAN. [The first Organist of America.
No Tremolo has yet been invented that will in
any degree compare with this for beauty of effect.
In fact, it seems to me to be absolutely perfect.—
Wll. A. JOIINSON. Pipe Organ Builder.
Estey's Cottage Organs are without a superior
for exceedingly quick articulation and round tone
—the essential features in instruments of this class.
—GEO. JARDINE, Pipe Organ Builder.
The Cotttge Organ is the best of its class I ever
saw, and the best adapted for church music of any
in use.—C. HEINTZ, Organist, Findlay, 0.
I am much pleased with the Cottage Organ which
I purchased from you; it combines sweetness and
power in an unusual degrcß, and is quite a favor
ite in our family circle.— BlSHOP SIMPSON.
We know no organs of the class which possess so
many valuable qualities. — INDEPENDENT.
For the parlor, its sweetness is remarkable; for
the church it has a power more organ-like than
anything we have seen. — METHODIST.
Persons wishing to purchase an organ are re
quested to examine the Estey instruments now in
use at the Presbyterian and Episcopal Churches,
Bedford, Pa. ju126,'67
OOMPOUND BLOOD SEARCHER
This very valuable medicine, which is purely
vegetable, has done wonders. It is a never-failing
remedy for cleansing the blood. When the blood
is pure, disease cannot take hold of the system. I
could produce testimonials in regard to what it
has effected, but I submit it to the public, guaran
teeing that if used according to directions, the re
sult will be GOOD HEALTH- It is my own manu
This medicine will cure Consumption, Dispepsia,
Sore Throat, and nine out of ten 6f all other di
DIRECTIONS FOR USING.—For adults, dose,
two tablespoonsfull, three times a day, before
meals. Lessen the dose according to constitution.
Price: —Quart bottles, $1.00; Pint bottles, 50
cents. JACOB L. HOOV ER,
SAXTON, Bedford county, Pa.
GOOD CANADA SEED BARLEY.
The undersigned have a supply of first quality
Canada Barley on hand, which thej' desire to in
troduce to the farmers of the neighboring coun
ties. They will be glad to sell limited quantities
of it as seed to such farmers as desire to embark
in the raising of this very profitable crop, and
will in return purchase from such all marketable
Barley they may have for sale after harvest, pay
ing therefor the current market price, in cash, on
delivery. Price for seed $2.01) per bushel, sent as
may be directed on receipt of order, accompanied
by the cash. Address
OSCAR GRAEFE St CO.,
uiarl3w4* Joanstown, Pa.
r?A 1 RB A X K'S ST A N DA It D
of all /.toils, also, Baggage Barrows, Ware
house Trucks, Copying Presses, fyc.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE \ CO.,
Corner Wood Sf Second Sts., Pittsburg, Pa.
careful to buy only the Genuine Scales.
Repaired promptly. mar27m6.
IMLLIES, SHAFTS, Boies, Spokes,
and Hubs, are sold by HARTLEY St METZ- j
GER at manufacturer's prices. apr.'itf
SLIP BILLS, PROGRAMMES
POSTERS, and all kinds of PLAIN AND
FANCY JOB PRINTING, done with neatnesg
and despatch, atTHE GAZETTE office.
(THE LUPLNTOR'SI COLUMN.
RJT H E REG U L ATOR
fcikes pleasure in informing his friends that he
hat taken The Old Store all to himself, and
tends as formerly, keeping nothing but the best
Remember always to call at N.o 2 ANDERSON'S
Row, where you will always find H. F. IRVINE
prepared to sell as cheap as the cheapest.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Everybody in search of Boots.
Shoes and Gaiters, should
call at Irvine's Regulator.
Everybody in search of Glass
ware, should call at Ir
Everybody in search of
Quecnsware, should call at
Everybody in want of Spices
of any kind, should not
fail to call at Irvine's Reg
Everybody in search of Su
gar, Tea or Coffee, should
not fail to call at Irvine's
Men loving good Tobacco,
should call at Irvine's
Regulator, as he keeps the
Everybody wanting good
Neck-ties, Collars, Ac.,
should call at once at Ir
GOODS!! NEW GOODS
The undersigned has just reneivcd from the East a
large and varied stock of New Goods,
which are now open for
two miles West of Bedford, comprising everything
usually found in a first-class country store
consisting, in part, of
Boots and Shoes,
All of which will be sold at the most reasonable
kjp Thankful for past favors, we solicit a con
tinuance oi the public p tronage.
Call and examine r goods.
may24,'67. G. YEAGER
I VTEW ARRIVAL.—Just received
1A at M. C. FETTERLY'S FANCY STORE,
i Straw Hats and Bonnets, Straw Ornaments, Rib
| bons Flowers, Millinery Goods, Embroideries,
; Handkerchiefs, Bead-trimmings, Buttons. Hosiery
j and Gloves, White Goods, Parasols and Sun-Um
brellas, Balmorals and Hoop Skirts, Fancy Goods
j and Notions, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Our
assortment contains all that is new and desirable.
Thankful for former liberal patronage we hope
to be able to merit a continuance from all our cus
tomers. Please call and see our new stock.
DR. CHASE'S RECIPES, or ht/nr
mation for Everybody : —An invaluable
collection of about 8(11) practical recipes for Mer
chants, Grocers, Saloon keepers, Physicians, Drug
gists, Tanners, Shoemakers, Harness-makers, Pain
ters, Jewelers, Blacksmiths, Tinners, Gunsmiths,
Farriers, Barbers, Bakers, Dyers, Renovators,
Farmers, and Families Generally.
To which has been added a Rational Treatment
of Pleurisy, Inflammation of the Lungs and Inflam
matory Diseases, and also for General Female Debil
ity and Irregularities.
The undersigned is agent for Bedford county. —
For agencies address L. M. STATLER,
TJAILEY, FARRELL & CO.,
LEAD PIPE, SHEET AND BAR LEAD
Pig Lead. Iron Pipe, Rubber Hose, Steam Gauges
Whistles and Valves, Iron and Copper Sinks
and Bath Tubs, Steam Pumps, Farm
Pumps and Force Pumps.
And every description of goods for
WATER, GAS & STEAM.
NO. 167 SMITIIFIELD STREET,
Send for a Price List. PITTSBURG, PA.
BEDFORD CLASSICAL SCHOOL.
Founded by Rev'd John Lyon, 1859.
FREDERICK WOODS, PRINCIPAL.
A frrst-class school for the instruction of youth
of both sexes in a classical and English educa
tion, including Latin, Greek, French, German,
Mathematics and the ordinary English branches.
Terms moderate. Students from a distance
can obtain board in town at reasonable rates.
Hon. A. King, Jacob Reed,
Hon. John G. Hartley, John P. Reed,
Wm. Hartley, 11. Nicodemus,
0. E. Shannon, R. B. Lewis,
Pres't Broad Top R. R.
W. H. Watson, M. D. C. N. lliekok,
B. F. Harry, M. D. Geo. Blymyer,
Sam'l L. Russell, G. D. Shuck,
B. F. Meyers, C. Colfelt,
John Lutz, Ross Anderson, iM. D.
janlo'6Byl Wm. Lyon.
ALLEGHANY MALE AND FE
MALE SEMINARY.—The Spring Quarter
will open Monday April 6th.
Students prepared to teach, to enter college, or
to engage in business avocations.
The Principal is prepared to accommodate eight
For further information, address
J W. HUGHES.
feb7m2 Rainsburg, Bedford Co., Pa.
ESTEY COTTAGE ORGANS.
J. ESTEY St, CO., Brattlcboro, Vt M
The Original Inventors and Manufacturers.
Combining more perfections than any other in the
Have taken the Ist premiums at all the principal
Fairs in the country.
395 Washington-st., Boston ; 417 Brooiuc-st., N. Y.;
18 No. 7th.St.; Phila ; 115 Randolph-st., Chicago,