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A. Kin?. Fr. Jordan.
Kin;? & Jordan, Jtforiiejs at Law
ft ED FORD,-PA.,
WILL practice ih the s vcral Court* of Bed
lot 4 and adjoining count its.
Agencies, Collections, and ill other business
intrusted to theircafe w ill be pron ply and faitli
fuilv attended to.
OFFICE in Juliana street, formerly occupier!
hy D. 11. liofitt.s. Esq.. and mare receutly in th<
occupancy *of Jos Mann, Esq.
January 5. 1 855.
Job AIANN, G. H. SPANG.
JAW a'AKTNERSHIP.--The undersigned
J have associated themselves in the Practici
of the L iw. an l will promptly attendto all bus : -
ntssentrusted to their care in Bedford and ad
Qy.J.tice on Jnlianna Street, three doors
south ot Mengel oil *.se and opposite the resi
dence ofMuj. Tate.
MANN ft SPAXG
June 1, t SA4. tf.
IIOFILS & I IELEIC
ATTOIINEAS AT LAW,
tTTILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
T T legal business entrusted to their caro.-
During the sessions of the court, the senior part
ner may he found at the office of the firm, two
■doors south of Hon. S. L. Russell's office.
D. 11. HOFIITS.
JXO. 11. FILLER.
Bedford, Nov. 28. IS-",6.
Br. F. C Reamer,
Physician and Surgecn.
T>rsiectlull> tenders his services •<
Al. t e citizens ot Bedford and vicimtv. He
tuuv a'ways be found (unless profeasienallv en
gaged, at his Drug and Book Store, in Juliana
Feb. 19, 1857.
bR H, F. OlltttV
RESPtCTF L LLY tenders I.is professional
services to [the citiEens of Bedford at.d vi
Office and residence on Pitt-Street, in the
bud ling formerly occupied by I)r. J. 11. Hoiius.
Nov. (. j5.57.
Justice of the Peace.
two doors South of the Meng. 1
V-' House, and next door to the office of
Maui at Sping, where he will attend to the
coileiciei ot all claims placed in his hands.
BoH'ord. J in. 11. 18.10.
| i Will atL-ml pnnetnai!y *t.d arvfUlr to .! np#rn! /•;, - n - \ii
I, Vro.-l u, i,..CM. r. &'•< |..a.J.r^euwd,*e., 1 .'
J or'-nnol looth fro-v one town • uuto ft. !
T Term. INVARIABLY CASTt
1 Oflv'B ot: C ait P :i t.reot, Uvuford, P. V A
BosrJsrs taken by the day, week, month and
Nellys' Photographic Gallery,
'EXCH.iSGE BVILIJIMi,' BEDFORD, P.I.
VyilfcUb Ambrotvpes. Daguerreotypes <Jc
4'C-, are Xe.uted jn tl:tf iat. at styles
3 " itnprovemer.ts ot the Art. A fttTl a.-sert
blent t plain and lancr c ,ses, gold and plated
tickets at very low prices.
The public are respectfully iuvited to cai
and ex irnine his specimens.
M o, .... T - R. GETTT3, JR.
May 22, 18 )7.
rh.tirs and t abinet Furiiiiure.
'UE subscriber has removed to the shop on
West J .tt trireet, recently occupied by Wm.
luttuey as a Machine shop, where he continues
to make to order and keep on hand a general
ass<utroent of chaus and Cabinet furniture, con
sisting in part of S;.r:ng Sou Parlor chains,
French Hocking Chairs, C ute seat an I lVnd
■or. Sofas, I...tinges. Ottomans. H'hnt-Sfota, Mu
sic Stands Fancy Parlor Tables, Breaker, t, Din-
Her, and Extension Tables, Bedsteads, liur-aus,
a , ,Ol * s ' S ' c ' of cottage-furniture at verv
moderate prices, so that it is within the reach of
a. Ito have u:ce, good and fashion aide furniture.
I lie E.e.ies are particularly invited to call and
examine lor themselves, a* it will be ray desire to
)>lcae it} t.tstex.
N. B. Coffins will lie made on the shortest
notice for any who will favor him wish a call.
June 12. 1857. ISAAC MEN'GEL. Jr.
LETTERS °f administration on the Estate
of Mrs. Elizabeth Ficises, late of Union Town
ship, (lev, d, having been this dav granted to the
subscriber, residing in siid township, all .r
--sons indebted to said estate are therefore noti
tied to make payment immediately, a- d th-so
hiving claims against the estate "will i,resect
thera duly authenticated f..r s- ttlenwnt-
Oct. 16. 1857. Adm'r.
THE sabscritwr would respectfully inform his
01. Customers, as w.JI as the j u. lie geuer-Ilv"
trn>t he still continues the mat ufactorv of
WIXDMILU. uud u„ps them „„ hard C o
staotly. He will ,lso do all kinds of repairing
In his line of business. As his mills are w, 11
kuown i;i Bedford county, he deems it unnece*
aary to say anything about them. His shop i,
as lormcrly, at the East ena or Bedford, on Pitt
Street, near the Foundry.
* o, , Q -- , SIMON DICKERHOOF.
Ang. 21. 18-7.-3ra.
THE subscriber has removed hif Tinning E*.
tAbliahiiient to the frame hu.liirg in Julianw
oirvt't, two doors south of <Brown'i Store."
where he will he happy to see ell his oil friends
tnd cusuniers. He keeps constantly on hand
11 kinds of ware in hi as suhsuntial and
cueap as can ho procured in th<* county
. ~ ,o- ABRAHAM HERMAN.
Ang. 14. 18 >7.
JOU.V 11. tLbi;.A .V CO.
NOS. 2 e, 4 CHESTXCT Hreei. (south tide,
below Water,) PillLdlßELPHlji,
(THE OLDEST TV IOD-WUIK HOGSIS, ISTIIECITT.)
MANUFACTURERS ami Wholesale deui.
ers in I'stent Medicine, niad-; P.ROUMS
Pitent Grovel OFOJ'i-W.IP.E, Warranted
%ot to sir I ,k. WOOD and WILLOW. W.IRE
VORDS, ORLSHES, Ac., of ail descriptions'
Ploisecall ml examine our stock.
F<'b. 27. 18-57.-zz.
1 hli (H id SUINGI.RS of different
J-UUjl/UU kinis. Also, 75;O0O f vt t
of UJMiiEU of various sorts, such as AVhito
J'iae, Ye.iow Pine, Poplar, Spruce, Kt. For
' e u y F. H. BKMiLE.
St.feiljirvill, Feb. 18, 1853-tf
LITEST IRRIV4I, AT REEKS.
NOTWITHSTANDING the pecuniary em
harassment, and the universal complaints of
the hard times, the subscriber takes pleasure in
announcing to the people of Bedford and vicin
ity, that he has just returned from the E tslern
Cities, with a large, handsome and cheap stock
" FALL IKB WINTER GOODS,
among which may be found
Ll iilts. Ladies' Dress Goods,
Caf.vinerea, French Merinos,
Tweeds, Mous do Laines,
and a variety of other Goods for Ladies,
and Cnihlten's wear.
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEEXS
WARE. Ace., Ac.
aiu excellent assortment of
BAJOTS and SHOES.
K7"AII kinds of Country Produce taken in
exchange for Go >ds. The notes o: all i'eiinsyl
vani < Hanks taken at pr, as wa.ll as the notes ol
good Batiks of other States.
Oct. 30, 1637.
A Ureal Arrival ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
THE undersigned has just returned from
the Eastern Cities, with a large stock of Fail
and Winter Goods, and is n w exhibiting at
CIS LA i* SIDE,
a general assoiintent of new stile Fall and
Winter Goods, comprising Ladies' Dress Goods,
in pan Croci'Vclla.Sratui striped alio Plain i>*
Laius, Hatred Cashmeres, Thibet t lollts. Al
pacas. Pe Btizc, Calicoes, &c.
For Gentlemen nd Boys'wear, Cloths. C.is
simcres, Cassin. tts Vestings, Ac.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, Woolen and
Rag Carpets. Floor Ol! Cloth, Syrup Molasses,
Wlute and Brown Sugars. Gteen and Black
Teas, Groceries of ail kinds, Queensware,
Tubs. Bucket.-, _ Brooms, Ac. Hardware—
Shovels, I ork-, Knives and Forks. Spoons,
ire.. ,nd all articles usually kept in stu es.
A ! kinds ol I'riduCe taiteu in exchungo for
Ihe undersigned will sell cheap for cash, or
produce, and hopes hy tair dealing to receive
his usual share ot patronage.
G. W. RUPP.
Oct. 2. 1857.
iircat Arrival of
FALL AMI WINTER GOODS.
JUST receive I and on hand, tile best as
sortment of HOOTS and SHGt S tlwt
coil id be selected fr t.'ie eiiiziiH of Bedford,
nd strangers visiting the place. 1 door south
ot Minnick's Confectionary Store, on Juliana
Mens 5 Grained Water-Proof long legged
Boots, Mens' thick sole eastern mads
long legged Boots, Mens' Kip ana c o.rsi
Heavy Boots, (.ems' Fine Cull double
>ob- B lots, Gents' '* ford Ties, Gents'
Congress Gaiters, Metis' Heavy city made
Brogins, I.a lies' Morocco Boo's, Ladies'
Goat r lee! Boots, W omens' Calf heavy
winter B iot>; Misses' and Children*' Boots
in variety. Boys' Boots of ail kinds, size
and desert) tlon.
CAI'S, in variety, will be always kept OB
P.rsons wishing to purchase good Boots and
Shoes will please give me a call before buying
Off. 2. 1857.
;\ 0 T 11' 12.
NOTICE is hereby given that an application
will be tnt.li to tlic ucxt Legis'. iture of the
.State of Pennsylvania, for the passage of an
Act of Assembly authorizing the incorporation
of a Bank of Issue. with general banking ami
discounting privileg s, un.ler the general bank
ing law* of tiiis State, to be locate! at the Bo
rough of 8.-rlforJ, in the County ot Bedford,
ard called "The Bedford County Bank." with
a capital of two hundred and flfftv thnnsind
dollars, and with the privilege ol increasing the
s uae to the sum ot four hundred thousand dol
E L ANDERSON-.
SV. T. D.VUGHKKTY,
\V. P. SCMhiLL,
SAME. L. RUSSELL.
Bedford. Pa.. June?-!, 18-56.-6 m.
\\ Di. Shaier,
CONTINUES to carry on the above business-,
in all its branches, at his old stand in Jnlim*
street.and is prepared to accommodate all who
rnay fat or him with iiiir custom, unreasonable
terms. He constantly keeps on hand a luge aw
softm. Nt of ready made dop ing of a good u d
substantial quality. And. having ?• store a ch dee
selection of Cloths, eassi meres. vestings. d.'illings
Ac., <sc., he invitvs ail in wmt of clothing to
give him a c ill, as he feels confident he can please
all who do so.
July 24. 1837.
W . 21 O E St K K M S .
WOULD announce to the citizens of Bed-
VT for i and vicinity, that he is prepared to do
a'lwrtin his line, in the best stvle, and on
reasonable terms. MATBASSBS, with or without
springs, made in a sitr>eri"r manner, equal to
the best made in the city, and to this' l.i-inch ot
a business h would invite especial attention.—
ID- may he found at the shop of Michael UN-is
! -a short distance East of the Borough „ r a t
is residence on K ist Pitt Street, one door west
o. Maj. Wash ilniish's.
Bedford. Wee. 5. 1856.
OA DD L ES, Harness. Trunks, Whip*. & c _
0 The nndersign-'d would repectfnlly announce
to the Public tm.t they have formed * partner
shit. and are n w Sully prepared to manufacture
all kinds of work in their line of hnsine.'s ol
the best materials, ui l unon the shortest notice.
Whips, Wholesale or retail, jjm,,',
n ~ , , J- A. HENDERSON.
Bedford, Nov 1*56
TIfILSIC A MUSICAL INSTKUMKXTS.—
1 X Pianos, Melodious, Flutes, Guitars. Brass
H-rns, Clanon-ts, Drums, etc., or various nmnu
f .cture. always on band. Bunds applied at citu
wholesale rule*. He Keep always on hand a full
which"w"' ° f l ,l: i thentV ' ''hionalde mus*
cti'mdry " a Ul OVr " per " 10 P-" ' the
N. B. Music arranged to order.
SUKYOCK & SMITH,
March 7 1857. t lyurg.
SO liUE. ~ ~
ALL pcrso s are hereby notified that mv
-be, Sop. ia O'Neal, ha, felt my house, win
out any j lst cause, and Mm I am determined
not to piy any debts s.ae n ly contract, , Ul . ( j
hereby warn nil ,ei ao n not to trust her on my
r, JAMES O'NEAL
H est t roviJonca 2J, 1857.•
* or, THE
John S, l)ye iJ the Author,
Who iias hud 10 year* experience as a Bastk-
ami Publisher, ami Anthoi of
•—< A scries of Lectures at the Bi OjJivay
§ when, for 10 successive nights over
\d~T~ 60.000 People _j- n
™ Greeted him with KOUIIIIH 1.1 Applause;
03 while he exhibited the muniui in w.iicli Coun
terliiters ixecute their Frauds, and the
£-i Surest and Shortest Means uf
fMeeting t hem !
The Batik AO/F Engravers all 'ay that he is
£ the greatest Ju tge if Piper Money living.
©PREITEST I<€OVEY OF
0 " VJ the Present Ccuiurj for
© iM'U'fliiig touulorlVU BankXolrs.
Describing every Genuine Bi',l in Exis
t.-iie.i. mi i exhibiting at a glance
f> every Counterfeit in Circulation!'
O Arrange! so admirably, that
•is KAS\ and DETECTION INSTANTANEOUS.
g K7" No imlix to examine! No pages
.•a to built it].! But so simpiiQ. a and a. ng
cd, thit the Merchant. R.mki-r, and Bu-
siuk.ss Man can see alt at a Glance.
O , '
English. French a-id German.
oThua Each miy read tiie same in
his own Native Tor gut.
QJ Most Perfect Back Ncle List
I—i Also a f,'St of
Ail the Private Bankers- in
A Complete Sunim r\ of the FINANCE or
EUBOPK AND AMERICA will he puhlUlud in
each edition together witli all the important
<t NEWS OF TI!K l>.\V. Also
k~j A SERIES OF TALES
►-3 From an t)l l .Manns nipt found in the East.
O It fumi-lus t e Most Compl *te History of
p ORIENTAL 1.1 FE,
Describing the Most Perplexing Positions
j~*in which the Ladies cud Genfeim-n ofth.l
gCountry hive been so often found. These
©Stories will M. rt tiue throughout the whole
year, and will prove the Most Enteitaiiiing
ever offered to the Public.
K7"* Furnished Weekly to Subscribers
otd., at $1 a year. All letters must be ad
JaiN S. DTE, Ilrokrr,
Ptib'iiiher arid Proprietor, 70 Wall Strict,
April 21. 1857-zz. New Yrk.
11. D. PE-UGH, KTTIE A. KlallßUKN^
M\ MIL STUM.
MRS. H- n. PKUGH A Co., respectfully in
vi'e the attention of the iadics <>l Bedford an I
vicinity, to tln-ir new and handsome stock ol
liOods, just opened in '-Mann's Bit. 1 ling," Ju
lian i Oltett, opposite I)r. Reamer's DlUg Store.
Titese goods hire Been s<l ctej with the
grcatcst caie, and aie of the latest stales and
oe t quality.
Their stock consists in part of
Moire Antique Silks,
Ail Wool L>e Laines,
Do <lo '• (printed.)
Block Gro de Rhine.
Fritich Merino, (plain and pilatvd.)
Moss Head Fringes,
L.uties' Kid til .Vt-S,
Ladies' Gar.i.il ts,
Gents' Black Ki! Giovts.
Black and Fancy Elastic Belts,
Chcnill • l'cjnnnings,
Chenille Sc.ti Is,
C leniile M\id Presses,
Fancy French Corsets,
Velveteen, &c., 4;c.
Ladies and Children's B9SXXT9, Ifi ffstt
A general assortment of Ladies' and Miss*'
SHOES. GAITERS, OVER SHOES, 4c.
SUA W Xj
of rverv qualify and description.
PERFUMERY. EXTRACTS, JKWELRT,
tt c , ate.
Re-lfor.l, Oct. 33. 1837.
M AGE OFFICE
MRS. MARY COOK would announce to her
friends and tho public, that she has fitted
up this old and Well known stand. in a very su
perior style, t->r the accommodation of thu pub
lic. Visitors to the lie liotd Mineral Springs
will find the Washington Hotel a comfortable
summer retreat—an lno pains will be spared to
please ili who patronize the house.
Hoard .TS will be taken by the day, week, month
E7"A gentleman of high qualification, and
corteous deportment, has charge of the house,
who will do all in his p iwcr to make the guests
happy an i comfort ibie.
OS*- Terms us moderate as anywhere else in the
j Daily Stages from Latrobe, Cumberland, Holli
> days burg and Hopewell, all stop ; ,t th's Hotel.
A Hack belonging to this Hotel will run be
i tween Bedford and the Springs.
Bedford, June 12 1857.—zz.
SMPOIirAST TO MILL OH.IUS9.
dITOODWARD'S Improved Smut as J Screen
, \\ tug Machines, Mill Bushes, Bolting CI >'hs.
; and Brad' Dusters, ol the most improved pmn,
1 A|i 11 Screws. Corn and Cob Grinders. Patent
Bridges for Mill Spindles. Pottalile Mills, war
ranted tfo grind ten bushel* per hour, Mil'
lions and Mill Burrs made to order. Also.
• iver's Patent Corn ICH4 ltd Cram Dryer
a valuable intention. I'he above articles are
kept constantly on hand, and cai be obtained
at any tie from S. D. BHOAif,
Sctiells etrg. H -dford County, who is also the
.'gent for Bedford, Somerset, and adjoining Conn
Mill wright work done at ths shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms.
February 1-5, 1856.
\ |"eCOKMICK'S Reaper and Mower for siD
i'l by s. D. BROAD,
at Sch dlsburg, Pa., agent for Blair andßudloid
F.-I>r* irjr 15, 1855.
LETTERS of Administration having been
granted to the subscriber, living in St. CI ii
To'.vtiship on the estate of Citharine Oidhim,
late ol said township, dee'd. all persons know
ing themselves indebted to said estate are lure
by notified to make payment immediately, ami
those hiving chims against the same iv.l! pre
sent them prope.ly authenticated for settle
BENJ. 11. WALKER,
Of. 16. 1857. A,h "' r -
A a Mill for sawing Piastkiusc Latus on L;s
premises in L'lilonTp., Bedford count j . it now
ready to furnish any quantity on the shortesi
notice. Price $1.60 per thousand, 3 ft. |o„.
Other leugthsin projuirtiili
Letters i 1 Iressed to meat St. CUirsville. will
be promptly attended to.
IT . „ M'M. GRIFFITH.
Union Tp.. Feb. 16. 1854 ->z.
lAazin's and Lubin's Extracts for ii,.. Hat.dku
chief,Cologne Water, &c., at Dr. Barry's.
DRUGS, BOOKS ANDSTATIONI-RY.
DR. F. C. REAMER,
HAVING pmvhnaetl the Drug and Book Store
of Dr. S. ]). Scost, ha* constantly on hand,
at the il l stand, a large and Well selected stock
of choice Drugs and Medicines, wholesale and re
tail. all of vviii -li will be sold on lair terms. The
assortment consists in part of
Drugs and Chemicals, Doe Woods and Acids, Paints
and Otis, li'itnica■ Glass and Glass Ware, Tobac
co and Segars Perfume y. Fancy *irli Us, <}•(.'., sc.
PATENT MEDICINES.— Having the regular agency
for the sale f untiy of these nte-licities, th • pub
lie are assured that they ue of tbo bust; su. li as
have stood the test of time and exp ciietiCe, and
cin be saf.-ly ivconimetrle I as genuine, viz:
Towuxendhs and Sand's Sarsaj.arilla, Wistar's
Balsam of Win ('lurry, A.wrV Cuerry Pectoral,
M.ff.t's Life Pills and Phatox hitters, Dr.
Jay uc's Family Medicines, Fa linstock s, 1.0 .en
sack's and other vermifuge; Ilooflalid's German
hitters, INC., ,\c.
C instantly on hand a large stock of historic,
geogi.iphic .1. scientific religious, poetical, school
and miscellaneous BOOKS.
Also a great variety of FANCY STATIOXE
RY. Cap, Post ami M rapping Paper, of ever)
quality, Paper Hangings in great variety. Win
dow Binds. in patterns or by the piece. Wail
Puper, Steel ami Fancy Goo Is.
BLANK BOOKS ot i rcry size and quality.—
Pocket Book* and Fort Menuii.;s, Di.niea. Blank
Deeds an 1 Mortgages, gold Pens ami Pencils.
Combs, Brushes, Perfumery in great variety.
So ps, kc., ke.
Lamps, aid C imphine Oil and Burning Fluid,
kt pi constantly on bind.
CHOICE LIQUORS lor medical use; Wolff's
1 Ir; ... in scauq.ps, bin, Port, St rry and Ma
Feb. 19. 1857.
<iil naijl Helail fiiook Mtoi'Ci
SOW OPENED TWO DOORS WEST
or THE W ASHINGTON HOTEL,
NEW AND VALUABLE BOOKS TO EE
DISPOSED 0 Mil MEDIATELY.
Our Plan is to Insure a Rapid Sale.
ALT. Books will be Sold as low as the usual
r. tail prices, many of them for less A SU
PERB till T will he delivered with each book,
without additional expense to the hny, r. Our list
ol books comprises Die works of the l-est Amer
ican ami European amnors.mjutid in various stylus,
in Morocco, best furbish, Antique, Gilt edged.
Muslin, Paper. INC.. ke. \ i- keep on hint, also,
STATIWNER Y, including Gold Pens ami Pencils,
Silver ditto, letter paper, fools-c..p a'-d writing
paper of all kinds, envelopes, inks ol the best
Jewelry—Breast-pins, Ear-rings, Finger-rings,
of ail descriptions; Watchex ai.d CIII.IIS, Fort
monaes; Perfumeries, Children's Belts, Toys,
Cravat*. kc. f fee., kc.
CIGARS of the choicest brands will also he
found at our store, wuicb will be sold cheaper
than the cheapest.
McCAUSI.IN Jt SHOEMAKER.
Bedford Sept. 4. 1857.
SITUATED in Jut.iata County, Pa., 8 mil-s
from the Mifflin, and 6 m.l-s fiotn thu Perris
vilL- St tioi.a of the Pa., K. Rotd. This In
stiiut on is esjieci dly noted 1:1 the following par
Ist. Healthy local ion— buii lings nearly new—
t'n the midst of beautiful scenery.
2d. Ihe ."utTuumiing community is marked for
inlellige cc, morality, and high christian charac
3d. Being ia the cow try, students are not be
set by temptations, as in towns and places of pub
4th. I'hcrouzh Instruction is given in all the
branches necessary for Bestsess, for TEACHING
or (iir COLLKUK.
sth. Mi lit but firm discipline.
C "i. l icit;-, students are i.of retained.
• tli. Special pains are t iken i i the Boarding
Department to hive healthy food, in sufficient
quantity an 1 properly prepared.
Nth. rhi comfort, happiness, and menial improve
ment of pupils is const only kept in vi w.
Terms. For Tuition, Roirding. Washing and
Furni-hed Room, (per session of 5 mo.) Stiff.
pay tie quarterly in advance. Light and Fu.l
e;tra. Th ; Winter Session opens on thu 3d ol
N'oveuii er next.
For further partienlirs apple to
J. IX. SHU.HAKhR A. M.. Trin.
Ac.iduuaia, Juniata Co.. Pa
An?. 23, 1857.-3 m.
mGIAEiUL msfi OFFICE.
' | MIK subscriber respectfully begs leave to nn-
A uounce to his o d friends an 1 the puolic gen
erally, tint he has leased and taken p >sscssiun of
the Be'ford Hotel, lately in the occupancy of
Col. Adam Bain'.art. It is not his design to
make many protosions as t > what he ni l d. hut
lie p ledges his wor 1 that his most energetic etf< rts
wilt he employed to render comlbrtaide all who
give hi in a call. The hous • w,U be iiandsom ly
fitted up. and none hut careful and attentive ser
vants will be engaged. Persons visiting th- Bed
ford Springs, as well us those attending Court,
an I tin- traveling community generally, are re
spectfully invited to give him a call an 1 judge for
FT?" The stages all stop at this hotel.
[L/ - B mrders taken by the week, month or your,
on luvoiiiiiie terms.
CLy Ample and comfortable stabling is attached
to this hotel, whieh will id.Va.V be attended i.y a
cueliil hostler. Also a safe and >oi vement car
tiige house. JOHN UAFKK.
Be W.I. A nr.! . 1855.
Mil is iy si X
Cll iMBERSniJKG, PA.,
[TOOKSELLERS an! STYTIONF.RS, and
A Dealers in Music and Mu-icul Instrnraentir.
Our st ick consists of Books, Stationery, Mu
sic, Musical lustriinients, Wail pipers. Blinds,
Flench, German an 1 American I. itbimr >p!.s
ami steel engrivings, gilt mouldings for frames,
etr., etc., wholes tie an! retail. l>r. R. F.
Harry is our agent for Bedford, and all orders
givoi him will oo promptly attended to.
M iroll 7, 1857.
Lgolx Here, storekeepers and
THE greatest assortment of Toys of every
description, and Fancy articles of an endless
variety, yon can find at the great Curiositv
Store, No. 141, N'. 2.1 St., above Arch, Phil
adelphia. Also Fancy Baskets, Pipes, Segir
Tobacco Box s. Dominoes, Canes, Cni
ti:i, Ki 1 and IV ax B.i 1 ies, ami a great many
other articles too numerous to mention.-
JOHN DOLL, Importer.
111, N. 2d St.
Sept. 4, 18.57.
rjile subscriber is fully prepared ts turnish any
X |Ua.' r i or quality ol Building Lunil ei ail
Piistering Latus. Orders directtc to St. Cluirs
ville. Bedford County, will b* promptly vttendeo
to,by giving a reasonable notice.
F. D. BEEGLE
Dee. 2!. 1854.
New J ewe If j.
THE subscriber has opened out a new and
splendid assortment of all kinds of the
most fashionable Jewelry-,oi.siHit gi„ ~a rt *,t
Breast Pins Finger Rings, Esr Ilh.gs,fry.
Can an 4 hi* rtook.
<l ' :H DANIEL BOEDER.
TAKES til is method of announcing to the
citizens of Bedford and vicinity. and string
ers visiting the place, '.hat he his just received
at his old stand in Bedford, next door West of
the Bedford Hotel, the richest assortment of
Cloths, kc.. he has ever yet offered to the pub
lic. and to which he invites the attention of pur
chasers. satisfied that he can accommodate, both
as to price and qualify, nil who favor him with a
call. He has a superior article of cloth, tor hoy's
clothing, wh.ch ho ea-'■>" o low as to astonish
those who t xartline its qn lity.
EC7"Gurmenti, of ev cry deset iptinn. in his line,
made to order on the shortest iioiHn ahd most
tC~Hu would direct attention to the following
list, us comprising some <;f Hie leading articles
to be found in his estnl Eshmeiii:
Black Cloths, ranging ia price from 52.50 to
s9.Uff per yard ;
• •live Browns k Greens;
French Fancy Casiiuerct:
Plain 4 Figured Grenadiens;
Superior article of Black Satin;
A tine aiticleof Shirts, late*' style.
Liste Thread under Shirts j Drawers.
Shirt collars latest style:
I. W ; Cr . rats;
Black Silk •*
White Linoti Handkerchiefs;
Superior ntticle of French Suspendfcnu
Black Kid Glover;
fancy Co.ortd Kid GioTes-
Lisle thread •
and all otli -r article* usually kept by Merchant
Iml rs and Gents' fr.rnishiiig stores.
Bed lord, Dec. 12.
'ibe Great Rrtncdy,
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
Prepared from a prescription of Fir J. Clarke,
M D , Physician Extraordinary to tho Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the
cure of all those painful a 1 d dangerous dis
eases to which the female constitution is sub
ject. It moderates ail excess an 1 removes all
obstructions, and a speedy cure may bo relied
TO M TRHIR.D LADIES
it is peculiarly suited. It will.in a short time bring
on the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Doii ir, luars the Gov
ernment Stump of Great Britain,to prevent coun
CAUT I O X .
These Pills should not be taken by females dn
ri g the FIRST THREE MO XT US of Pregnancy,
as they me sure to bang on Miscarriage, tut at any
other lime they ait safe.
In all CISC* of Nervous and Spiral Affections,
Pain in the back and Limbs. Fatigue on slight ex
ertion. Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, and
Whites, these P.l'x will .'tfect a enre'when all oth
er means have failed, and although a powerful rem
edy. do net contain iron, caioinel, antimony, or
anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions accompany eaeh package.
Sole Agent for the [Jutted States and Canada,
(Late I, C. Baldwin & Co. )
Rochester, N. V.
N. 8.—51.00 .and C postage st mi;-s enclosed
to any authorized Agent, will iDsute a bottle
oi the Fills ny return mail.
For slc hv Dr. B. F. Harry.
Oct. 9 1857-ZZ.
THE SIX Itr.T lItIIItMITIES OP
YOUTH AND MATURITY,
Just Pubiiiheri, Gratis. fkttS'h Thorium*).
A FEW WORDS ON THE RATIONAL ir -at
ment. without Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or Loc 1
Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions Genit 1 and Nerv
ous Debility, Premature Decay of the System, Im
poten. v. and Imp, diluents, to Marriage geiur dly,
by B DK LA NE V. M. D.
'1 iie important fact that the tunny alarming
cotnp'aiuts, originating the imprudence and solitude
•fyouth,may be easily removed WITHOUT MED
ICINE, is in this sin 11 tract, e'eatly demonstrated;
and the entirely new a..d highly successful treat
ment, a* adopted bv ho Author, fully expl.ined.
In nnans ol which evry one is enable 1 to cure HIM
SELF pt-rf cily and at the least possible cost,
thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of tho
Sent to any address, gratis and po,t free in a
sealed envelop,, by remitting two postage stamps
to Dr. DE LANKY, 17, Lispenard Street, New
Gov. 13, 1807.
The tritrtf certain and speedy remedy ever discovered for
all Diseases of the Chest and Lunge Coughs,
Colds. J?lhria, Consumption, Lrorchitis,
lttfie*z<i Hoarseness, Dtjtcutt
lire at king, S.yre Throat,
WAFERS give tlip T7ingt nn4
I rerfei I rrliff, xnl whtn xrith aceortlirg
In iir#-r!innn, nevfr fnil to eflfect .1 npM enrt.
rhn<M*ml liftn to perfrct nho h%ve
tr>.f •" •* m** in Tn ??• ftT'Aii] cimtitu
♦; t*ey * c h hiewinp rtaJ a enr*—
C*v*;p # nn mßtt"* h*w ' ~ v • -e h vit h\rc exiited,
or oouor nevore it nciv the frpnnic *!rue
turr t f tho orjHniis not domyeJ. Erery
-two fc.Uic!*'! nhotthj girt impartial trilzl.
JOB MOSES, Sole P'opriator Rorbeiter, K. Y.
Prir* ?5 rente xer Fyr*
For sal - by Dr. B. V. Warrv.
Sept. 18. 1857-r.z.
/ A KKITKRO PIIYMCIIX,
/ 75 Tears of Age.
/WHOSE sinks of life have neulv run out,
| discovered while in the East Indies, a cer
| tain euro lor Consumption, Asthma. B ou
ch lis, Coughs, Colds, and g" era' d-l-ilitv.
Tho remedy was di covered ly Lira when his
only child, a daughter, was yhen to die. He
had heard much of the won lerlul restorative
aad hetling qua tries of pikqwiathn* ma<le from
the East India Hemp, nbd the thought occur
red to him that he migiit make a nmedv for
his child. He studied hard and succeeded in
realizing his wishes. His child was cured, and
is now alive and *ell. He has since adminis
tered the wonderful remedy to thousands of sul
fferers in all parts of the Weill, and he has
never failed in making them completely heal
thy and happy. Wishing to do as much good
as possible, he will send to such of bis afflicted
fellow-beings as request it, this recipe, with full
and explicit directions for making it up. and suc
c-ssfnl y utfjtig ii. He lequir- s each applicant to
inclose hlia one shitting—three cents to be returned
as postage rtn the recipe, and the rem in ter
to be applied to tha payment of this advenis
Addr.ss Dr. 11. JAMES, No. 10 Grand St., I
Jersey City, N. J. /
Nov. fi, 1837.-lm. /
W A .'' L anil PAPER.—Dr. B. F.
Harry is ottr agent Tor this neeessarv
article. By calling at h store, our patrons
will m.e samples ftT our We have mad*
our spring select!, n with a nub care, and tliink
wo cauuot fail t<) please.
SUBYOCK ft SMITH,
TI IE INQTTIH.EH.
I* published evtsrv Pi Way morning. in inlaw* •
Street, in the white frame 1 uiliiing.
Uuarlv o]>|M.si(<- fire; Mcngel
T , . TERMS.
If paid in advance, $1 ">0; within the year
<0; a it-1 it nut }.aj,| wt hit. the \,-ar. $2,-50 will
bo charged. No paper discontinued until all ar
.earuges are paid— excejrt at the option of the
A hiiii.re toimtifv a dt.cottiimuince will
ho regtrded as a new eng igctuent.
.IdverH*anti.h not cxe.-.-Umg f qm.r.-.<i; linos,,
inserted tl.r.e tines f ur sl_e wv subsequent in
sertion, Uc Hts. Longer one* i,. the same tro
portint,. Koch fraction „! a.-qa.re counted as
a .till square. Ail advertisements not specially
ordered h.r a given time will l„„• continued until
foi I'ld. A oiler .1 <1 duetto:. will be made to tbo.r
who advertise hv the Voar.
Ji>b Printing of all k'lida executed neatly and
promptly an 1 on reasonable terms.
Bedford Classical School,
Male mid Female Departments Dls
Rer. Q. W. AbOHiNBAL-ntt, A. M., Prin
Mrs. G to. W. AtTQUINBACOH, I'rvorp-
Miss CORNELIA A. EVARTS, Music, French,
A*r. Ltci SpOTTSWOOI*, Oil PainUH* and
Misa MARV HELEN SMITH, Assistant.
IHE duties rd tLia Institution will be re
sumed on Monday, Aug. cil.st. Owing r
the limited accommodation* of the Seminary
Building, th,. number of pupil* wiil be lim
ited. It is important, therefore, that appli
cations for admission be made at an carls
day. These who enter bfjore the expiration
ot ha,! the quartc, will he charged lor the
whole quartet; those who enter iff'. :T the
expiration ot half the quarter, will he charg
ed tur the halt quarter. No deduction made
lor absence except in cases of j/rotrucleil
In this school students are prepared for
te.e higher clut-es ol any college, or to en
ter ut. once upon ii.o active duties of life.—
\V 1 ilst special care i taken to form in our
pupil- habits o; or;hr, strict punctuality
and thoroughness, their Roysical, Moral ami .
Su.tiul L l ucation is not neglected.
iue government of the school is designed
to he parental. If is ihc aim of the I'iiu
cip.i! and his associates to excite in their
pujil-a love of right doing; and 10 awaken
wiiiiin tueiii some proper cnusciousuci-s of
•he dignity cf humanity. Parents niav rest
assured tout any gross delinquency on the
part of their children will be reported to
tueiii immediately, should circumstances re
quire it, or the discipline of the school fail
to accomplish the desired reformation.
TERMS per quarter of II weeks, inclu
ding Loan!, j uitioii, Furnished Room, Wash
ing, Light and Fuel,
Mnsie, SHO 00
I se of Instrument, 2 00
French, 5 00
Drawing, and painting in Water Col-*
ors, each, 5 00
Oriental Painting, 5 00
Grecian Painting, 5 00
0:1 Painting, 10 00
Ornamental Needle Wok, 5 00
Shell Work, 5 00
TERMS FOR DAY SCHOLARS.
Elementary English, 5U 00
Higher, 4 Q0
Classics, g 25
Bedford, August 6, 1857.
LETTERS of adniini-tratinu having been
granted to the subscriber. Jiving in St.
Clair Tp., on the estate of Rebecca Wright,
late of sdd township, dee'd, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said " estate
are hereby notified to make payment iin me
diately, uud those having claims against 'he
same will present them properly authentica
ted for settlement.
THOMAS G. WRIGHT,
Nov. 20, 1857.
OF the several Townships of Bedford coun
ty, will meet at the Commissioners' Office,
on Monday, the 7tb day of December, 1857,
to receive their duplicates, instructions, &c.
H. NICODEMUS, C.erk.
Nov. 20, 1857.
1 1•) .foumeyjuen 1 .dors mil he employed
by the sulsenocr, if application be made im
mediately, constant rmploynivnt and good
wages wul tie given. C. LOYEK.
Bedloid, Dec. 1-', 1*56.
DR. MAKHf.at the Ch i-rug and Book
Store, has just received, a 1 jy?r assnrtn ent of
tie best ti 1 voring extracts, together with Bak
ingS.ii, Cream ol Tartar. Salorntus, Ac., of
t"c very ti. st quality, all of which he will sell
the lowest prices.
For pimples, and wrinkles arm lrcckles and
Nothing his e'er been discovereil bv man,
Like that wonderful jroduct of tropical bow
The p..ptHarBaln of a Thousand Flowers."
To Ue <id at DR. H AKKY'S.
W/ totTE TEE I'll and a perlumod breath can
T v be accouired by using the Balm of a
Thousand Flowers." To be had at
„ , „ , 0 .. DR. HARRY'S.
March 8, 1857.
A a the season for chapped hands and faces, is
x\. coming on, we advise our friends to call on
Dr. Hurry, at the cheap Drug Store, and get a
bus of Brain's Amandine fr prevention and
cure of chapped hands, only 87 J per box.
P' 1 - prescriptions carefully ccnipouml
* *i, at ail honm of tiwi day of night, at f>r.
II rry's §• >mg Store.
~ ' 0
tjl ir ibe Hair—Jockey Club, and new mown
, hry, pomatums, genuine ox marrow l Lr.
A yvr's Cherry i Vet or aI, for" the core of Coughs!
Golds, Ac., can he fcd £i r . Harry ' Drug
B actus Fancy Snap— stiaviiig Ctcaui. juet ra
cdisod fi-stu Um city, by Ut.Uauy.