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fi itlay MiM ulne, Jlartli 19 W.W.
O oVBlt-Cillt tr and Proprietor, j
AMERICAN REPUBLICAN TICKET. ;
The Atnerienn Republican meeting in the i
Court House on Monday night last, was a iargp i
all.] enthusiastic one. John R. Jrdan was
chosen Pnsi.lcnt, ami John H. Filler, Secre- |
urv. After the object of the meeting had
been stated, the following ticket was nnaoi- j
tnotis!y nominated for the support of the party !
in this borough.
We call en all our friends to turn out, and
elect it: they have the power if they will only
JRNE OF ELECTION.— George It. Oster.
INSPECTOR. —It. Dc Charms Barclay.
CONSTABLE. —Simon Nuu®.
ASSESSOR. —James McMullen.
ASSISTANT ASSESSORS. —John Taylor and J
John R. Jordan.
AUDITOR. — A. 8. ltussell.
CHIEF BCUOESS —P. H. Shires.
ASSISTANT BURGESS. —John J. Luther.
TOWN COUNCIL. —Jacob Smith and J C.
HIGH CONSTABLE.—Jacob Over.
CLERK— John B. Holm.
I: will he seen from the above that no notti
ir.ition was made for School Directors. Ihis
i. in consequence of the ci'izens of our town
being divided, as to the expediency of build
ing school houses. One portion are in favor
ot u single hou®e in tiie centre or some other
eligible part of the town, and the other in fa
vor of three building® 011 tbe union plan, one
in the eastern, another in the western, and the
other in the central part of the town. the
ticket in favor ot the 01,0 building is trancis j
Jordan and "Valentine Steckman: the other is i
John Arnold and John H. Rush,—one on each
of the latter tickets belonging to opposite par
Tbe ctt sens of this town are now greatly
excite ion the subject of Common Schools.—
Several meetings have already been held, and ■
another was called for last nigh', at which a
eorouiit'.ec was to make report of the cost and
> xredicney of the different plans—one for a
single large union school house, and the other
fur three smaller one®, iu different parts of the
town. Two tickets have been formed, irre
spective of party, and according to the deci
sion of the vote to-day will depend the resul'—
n.® the present houses are unfit for use.
It wiil be remembered that last summer the
Burgess and Town Council passed an ordi
nance against allowing hogs to run at largo io
tbe Borough. A strong party is now in favor
of abolishing this act, and in favor ot allowing
the hog- equal privilege* with the better citi
zens. This party has also uoiuinated a ticket,
irrespective of party. We go io for a free
fight. "Let 'er rip"—"root hog or die!"—
GOING WEST.—Mr. John Nycutc, Jr.,acd
family, are now in this plane, on their way to
Illinois. They are accompanied by Mr. Jacob
Snell and Air. Nelson Frazsv, with tbeir fami
lies, about twenty persons in all. Sir. Nycum
has along with him some five or six brood
mares, splendid specimens of the stock of Bed
ford County, for which we are becoming quite
famous. They will repay him well for the
trouble of taking them with him. We are sor
ry to part with these gentlemen, at they are
among tha most substantial citizens of our
county, but they have the best wishes of our
people for their future prosperity.
PACKED OUT. —The Gazette makes a clean
back out, in the last number. It cannot an
swer the withering article of the Fulton Demo
crat, and therefore considers discretion the bet
ter part of valor! It cannot defend its course
in placing among the proceedings of a County
meeting of its own party a Resolution which
was not passed ! A paper that would be guil
ty of a gross fraud like this, is a fit instrument
to advocate the bogus Lecompton constitution.
Rut what confidence can its party have in its
statements in the future! That's the ques
The nigger organ is informed that the prop
osition we toade to it was not accepted at the
time, and then wo made another proposition,
*hich it has not yet aooepted. W6 "broko no
pledge," and as it has not acoepted our last
proposition, it can have all the espital it can
make out of it.
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION.
Conoord, March 11, 1858.
Two bnodreJ and twelve towns give Hsile
The House stands so far, 191 Republicans
to BO Democrats.
0. M. Ottinger, formerly of this place, was
sentenced, a short time since, to seven years'
bard lator in the Eastern Penitentiary The
eruies were committed in Philadelphia. The
Ti y of the transgressor is hard.
SUFFERINGS ON A SLAVER.
The following is an extract from a letter to j
the London Tines, dated from tbo British
Cruizcr Sappho, off Loando, September 29,
1857- It reveals a sbockiug incident io tus
prosecution of the accursed slave trade.
"Ou the morning of the 18th inst., in a
thick mist with rain, we closed with a schooner:
while boarding her the weather cleared, nnd a
large ship was seen close to the laui. Direct
ly our boat* returned, we made all sail io
chase, the ship making all sail to avoid us,
and the chase became vc-ry exciting. The
captains said we were gaining, and so they
rnu-t have tho't ou board the ship, as he tacked
tn shore and we after bim; thcu he bore away,
runnipg along the edge of the surf, and by
help of his large sails was drawing ahead.
By this time we were sure be was one of the
large Aoierican slave ships, and wo feared lie
would escape if he got eearoom, so the captain
took a boat well manned and armed and pul
led to windward io cut him off, and he would j
be obliged to tack off snore; another boat yv is
sent to leeward, the master, the only officer on
board, being left in charge. Tbo ship was not
more thau a mile aud a half distant, close to
the surf. Seeing the trap laid for bim, and
that he could uot escape, bv ran bis ship ashore.
We anchored in four fathoms; the master took
tbe whale boats close to tbe ship, aud was soou
joined bv the other boats.
The ship was rolling in the breakers with all
her sails flapping about, and appeared to be
full of slaves: the master and crew had aban
•doned her with their boats, leaving tbe Ameri
can colors flying. Then we all beheld a dread
ful scene; tbe slaves forced their way from be
low, jumped overboard, and 6D->n disappeared
in the rollers; it was terrible to see theui. Our
officers and men regardless of their cwn lives,
pulled thiongh the surf *o the leeward of the
ship, but her heavy lurching for some time pre
vented liu-'ir boarding; when they succeeded,
the scene was borrifyinir; the siave* still for
cing their way op from the slave decks with
loud yells, running to and fro, and continuing
to throw themelves overboard.
All attempts to pacify them were useless;
force was necessary to drive them below until
preparations could be made for safety. We
were told by one of the slaves who could speak
. Portuguese, that they were told the English
would cut all their throats. As soon as the
boats could be attended to, the cutter was
backed under the. stern and a rope thrown her;
! then three of the slave* were permitted up at
' a time and lowered into the boat, the whale
| boat conveying them through the rollers to the
largo boat, and so on to the Sappho. Tlii*
continued until BA. M. The suit" increased,
and it was impossible to save more that night.
One hundred and eighty were rescued. Tbe
master was left with a guard on board; it was
an anxious and sleepless night for all. as death
was rapidly decreasing the number of the po?r
negroes, who, starving and nak"d, died from
utter tuisety— m'n, women, boys and girls,
more than 200 on board the Sappho—and, as
they ceased to breathe, we were obliged to
throw them overboard. Poor uegroes ! I hope
consoious iu their last moment® that English
seamen came to save Tiietc, and now ma lea si
lent prayer over them. Fortunately, wo had
nlenty of rico from the schooner captured,
which we fed them with, and placed them *
best we could under cover of sails. As food
aud warmth restored them, in various ways
j they signified their sense of kindness.
There was one poor creature with an infant
. at her breast, naked, cold and exhausted, ap
| parentiy dying; a little wine was given her,
■ then some rice, which she forced from her own
to her baby's mouth. A sheet was givau to
cover her; she wrapped her baby in it and
I pressed it. to her liedrt with that look of ma
ternal love which God has given to the dark
as well as to tbe pale face race. On hoard the
| schooner the master and guard were with the
remaining negroes in a perilous slate; the for
mer pas.-ed the night in the forecastle ami bow
sprit , drenched by the spray ct the boavy rol-
At dawn on the 19th tho wind and surf had
| increased; the ship had driven closer to the
bccch; numbers of armed people were collec
ted; a signal for assistance was made; the cap.
went with all tbe boats utauned and armed,
1 when tbe uatives on tho beach, led on by witite
: men, apparently tlie crew of the ship, com
[ menced firing, with the intention
j the rescue of any more negroes. This contin
ued an hour before we could clear the beach,
some of otir shot apparently telling well. On
again boarding the wreck, she was found break
! ing up, with her hold full of water. On the
! tido receding, her hull was nearly dry, and
tbere was no time to spare. The large boats
were stationed to keep tho beach clear with
their guns; the cutter was anchored at the
j back of the surf, and by watching the rollers
i they succeeded iu throwing Ler a rope, when
! th negroes were lowered and Lauied through
; the surf, and conveyed a* before to the Sap
-1 pho, 200 more being rescued; then the wreck
1 was set fire to, and our people withdrawn.
We were in such a state, with 380 negroes
' crowding our decks; the stench was putrefy
-1 iug, and it was impossible to work the ship.—
. IN this state the second day closed upon us.—
IWe were 40 miles from Shark's l'oint; the
Captain resolved to ko in bis bot and a.®k for
| assistance. They pulied all night in the heavy
rain, and at daylight on the 20th, fortunately
• met the Vesuvius, Commodore Wise, wah
i whom the Captain returned. Commodore Wise
i took the negroes on board the V esuvius, to be
sent toidierra Leone in the Aleetor prize.
I have given you the history of one of the
many American ships employed in the slave
trade; six I think, have been taken. We sei
sed the Pauchita 30 utiles up the ooast, and
sent her to New York; we do not know wheth
er the American Government will condemn
How THEY WERE CONVERTED. —The con
version of Messrs. Douglas, Wise and slker,
three Democratic candidates for the Presidency,
from fellowship with the fire-eaters, was doubt-!
lest owing to their perusal of tbo 75th chapter
of Psalms, stb and 6th verses:
'Lift not up joor horn on high; speak not
with a etiff neck.
'For promotion cometh neither from the East
nor from the West, nor _from the South!'
Of course promotion must come from the
JloHk! Would it not be well to send a copy of
the Bible to Jt ff. Davij and Mr. Keitt!
eeho is tha aludow of a sound, a
*oioe without a mouth, a word without a tongue.
A SINGULAR CIRCUMSTANCE.
We find in the Boston Journal the following
singular circumstance, a® having occurred >u
board the brig Helen Jane, of that port, on the
passage froiu. Boston to Honduras:
"Capt. Nickerson relates an adventure with
the steward of his vessel on ibe outward pas
sage, which somewhat enlivened the usuaij du'i
monotony of ocean life. It appears that a
white man, having an Atueriuau protection,
and giviug his name as Hawes CrowoiJ, ot VV est
Dennis, Cape Cod, shipped at Boston in the
capacity of u steward, and received his advance
wages before goiug ou board. Jhe vessel pro
eeoed to sea, and ou the morning of the first
day out, the steward was uiissiug, supposed by
ail on board to have fallen into the sea during
the night and diowued. Accordingly auoih
er tuati was appoiutod to uo his duty, and ev
erything went ou without suspicion. The voy
age coutiuued prosperously, and nothing oc
curred to aduiouisit the cap.aiu that his cargo
was leaking in a veiy unusual manner, and be
coming daiiy beautiiuily leas by an operation
whiou might tveii be compared to some late fi
nancial butioeuvoriug ashore. It seems, how
ever, that atter some days one of the crew ac
cidentally discovered that the cargo til tbe hold
bad been broken into, and an euipty ehatu
puiguc basket was found, with other indica
tions of robbery. The captiu's attention was
immediately called to the fact, aud he of course
suspected toe crew of counuiitiug the depreda
tion, aud instantly called metu to account; but
nothing could he elicited from the investiga
tion to fix the crime ou any of tha crew, WHO
stoutly denied ail knowledge of the matter. —
Thus tbe affair rested until their arrival at
Truxilln, twenty-two Jays afier leaving Bos
ton. Ou iho first night aftar anchoring the
crew were suddenly startled by the appearance
in tha forecastle of the lust steward, and so :
tiru.lv convinced were the frightened sailors ot
* . .
tbe ueath of their shipmate that tbey all in
stantly fled the deck from the supposed appa
rition, and told the captain. These leuis,
however, were soon quieted, tor the steward
Had really appeared, and upon being question
ed, coufcsst.d that he had secreted himself iu
the nold on the first d,.y out, under 'he lufiu
euee of delirium tremens, and for twenty-two j
days following had lived luxuriously on cbatu
patgue, raisms, ham, Ac., dining sumptuously
every day, and had enjoyed what on shore
would he called a 'bander." He consumed dur
ing the voyage eight baskets of chainpaigne,
fix boxes ot raisins, and other thtugs iu pro
portion. He was lett in the bauds ot the Uui- ,
ted L'lutes (Jousul, aud would Le ecut home for
tiiai. The Its* to the captain will amount to
about §*2so. '
[Crowed was not' brought home, because
while at Truxtlio he Was overheard to threaten j
the life of the captain. Take it altogether, it
is or.e of the strangest cases 011 record.] —Au-
A St. L uis Editor upon Kansas. —The st.
Louis Evening .Vetcs, the State Organ ci the
Auu-rica i Party in Missouri, openly approves |
of the armed movement* of the Free State men ;
iu Kan®as, iu an editorial headed L Cn<tl Bar
in Kansas—lts Righteousness—Let the I'topL
Arm for R- sistancc.' The tallowing paragraph j
is worthy of notice,
7'o turn 'o the people of Kansas. They have I
bren shamefully deceived and betray • in re
gard io the privilege of choosing their ow.i Con
stitution, and tiiv have sworn to resist Ustn
pa'.ion to the bitter end. We applaud liiem for
it, and s >v, God speed them in tbe right. .Let 1
then take up arms and defy Mr. Buchanan aud j
hi® troop®, and return allot tor shot as lung as
they have a gun and a man to fire it. \V ben
they have ail fallen in tbe rightcoes cau-e, there
will be a million freemen to take their places j
and carry on the wur.'
Tae editor of the Jh'etcs is a Southern man,
ami was, we believe, a slaveholder
DEATH OF COM MOHOEE PERRY. —Yester-
day morning, Commodore Matthew C. Perry
died at New York, at the age of seventy, lie
had been neari; half a century iu tbe U. S.
Navy, and after "flashing his maiden sword'*
iu the war of 1812, did good service, aher
wartls, in the Mexican war. lit* last public
duty, which more particularly will associate
him with the historical recirJsof his native
land, was hi® successful command of the Ex
pedition to Japan. Iu this, contrary to expec
tation, be succeeded —by a union uf tact, fiim
uess, aud suavity —in breaking down the pre
judices which the Japanese ruler and people
had entertained toward the inhabitants of this
country and Europe. The immediate result
was a treaty wiih Japan, since foilowed up by
further concessions, and speedily to be crowned
by the reception of a Japanese Ambassador at
Washington. Commodore Perry was largely
endowed with common sense, and had great
knowledge of the world.— Press .March 5.
Gov. Packer has pardoned Titos. Berry, for
merly of Greeosburg, who, together with a num
ber of others, was coovic'cd at Carlisle, in No
vember, 1856 of riot,and sentenced 'o two years
and Dine months imprisonment in the Eastern
HAIR RE3TORATOR —Prof- Wool ad
vertises in our oolumus his valuable medicine
for restoring hair, and for the prevention of bald- ,
r.ess, &o. This remedy has been used quite ex
tensively, and with great success. Hundreds,
nay, thousands have uso i it, and are willing to
testify to its efficacy. Read the advertisemeut
—go at once and procure a bottle, and prove
it® virtue. Our good old bald he aded bachelor
friends should embrace this opportunity to cov
er their pates with & coat of noil, luxuriant
hir.—[la iiampolw Locomotive. For sale by
Rheumatisms, of the mast severe kind, have
beeo cured by using 2 bottles of Du I all's
Galvanic Oil■ Badk-aohe, pain in tke head,
sick head ache, nervous diseases of the head,
are every dav beiqg cured sound bv tbe use of
DU VALL'S GALVANIC OIL."
For sale by B. F.Htrry, and F- C. Reamer.
Bedford. William Lysinger, J. B. Farquhar, and
all country merchant*.
At the bouse of Mr. Win- Ott, in Friends
Cove, on tbo lOtii iost., of dropsy in the chest,
Mr. Solomon Hercheltotb, formerly of Snake
Spring Valioy, aged 62 years 10 months and 3
Yellow €reek ami PattonsriHe Tura
pike ami Pi:iuk tioacS Do.
S N'Ol tiu/E is hereby given that the Commissioners
of the Yellow Creek aud Pa .toi.svi.lo Turnpike
and Flank. Road C >., wit meet nt llopeWeil on
Tuesday, the 18th of April, at 1U o'clock, for the
■ purpose of rue. ivmg stock to build raid road, and
1. will continue from day to day, until a sufficient
i amount of stock shall be subscribed to make said
HENRY K. STRONG,
THOS. W. riOHTON,
JOHN F. LOVV'KY.
Hopewell, March 19. 1853.
QtuczC. V. M. PRO. CO. /
March 2, 1858. J
NOTICE, is hereby given that an assessment of!
six per cent, has this d<y been levied on the pre-
I tmum notes of this company; in force on the 11th
I day of Oct., last, ekvpt notes on original appjica
: tions taken after tie 15th day of Aug , 1857. and
all notes expiring or surrendered not renewed be
tween said dates, wi each ofwhich, three per cent,
lis assessed. Meisliers of this Company residing
I in Bedford County, or having property insured
j therein, are respectfully required to pay their pro
rata assessments, Jo James M. Russell, Esq., wau
is duly appointed collector, lor said county.
03 F ~An abatement of six per cent, will be made,
for prompt pay rues:, i. e. within thirty-days from
the date hereof.
Bv ordf of the Board.
.March 10, 1858. JOHN T. GREENE.
LETTERS testamentary* having been granted to
the subscribers, living in St. Cliir Township,
' the Estate of Benjamin Bowen, Irtc of sail
Township, dee'd, all persons indebted to said fca
ttu are hereby not ti ed to m ike payment imuiedi
i attly, and those hiving claims against tiio same
j will present them properly authentic ited for seltle
j ment. Ti : OVL AS BLACKBURN,
I ALEX. MCGREGOR, SR.,
March 12. 1858. f. Executors.
IIIEREBT Caution all persons from taking an as
signment or Note, giveu by the subsori some
j time in June list, to William Decker of Blair
County, as I have received no value lor the same,
ami will not pav it unless comp-11 d bv l,w.
DAVID UECK. .
St. Cliir Tp., March 12.1858
i TN purs name of an order of the Orphans" Court
j A of Bedford County the subscriber will exp-.se
to >aie by public outcry on Saturday, the _'7ih
' day of Mart h A. D. 158 at the late dw.-lling house
in Bedford Town hip ot Margaret Davidsa::, dee'd i
ad tiu iuicroit —bang the undivided on- hali i
i part—of the said Marg.ret Davidson, dre'd, in!
the fbili.wiug described r.-ai estate, situate iu the
j sai I Townsi.ip ol bc'.'ord, viz :
Ist. The n. i,N s tract, lying on the South side |
j of the turnpike ro.id and West of and adjoining ;
(he Borough of Ba.LforJ, containing about 3t£
Acres li cleared -tnd under Fact and iiavmg j
I th-reoa erected a brick dwe ding house two and a. |
■ ha'; stories high, two sm ill brick houses a brick
] barn and other outbuildings with a never failing
well of exe -Teat watui ii r u yard. There is also j
; aa -.repaid upoa the property ari 1 altogether it is
one ofthe nfost desirable places n or near HJ
2 1. A tract of land on both soles of the Cum
berland Vailev road. Containing about -IG Acre*
havrtgnsUi.il house upon It now occupied by
! David ©rcuning. with alioU: 15 Acres cleared,
the remainder being Woodland, and adj >ining lauds
' of G. f>. andJ l>. Sriucx, Joseph Seil us, Heury
' 1 Jersey and others.
TERMS —000-triii.l of the purchase money at the
' confirm uion of the sile, one tniid on t. - first of
i A'.' ii le i , a;; J she r - naiuing one-third on th • first
ot April Is 51) triiiiy;*iutere-t. aha payments t>
| be secured by ju Ignen: hen is.
1 Possession, excepting ono field, will ba given on
■ Ist A pith 1858.
Sale to commenct at on o'clooh P. M.
S. L. RUSSELL,
Ada'r <lc Imjuis non
of Msrgarct Davidson dee'd.
N. B. At the stMie time and place the subscri
ber, bj virtue of thi power given him in the will
i of Mary Ana Daviibou dee'd, will sell the interest
■ of the said Mary Am Davidson in the above de
: scribed properties—sii I interest being the other
! undivided half theriof, Ternjs made known on
day of sale.
Ex'or of the last will fitc.,
f iiary Ami Davidson dee'd
Feb. 26. 1858.-b.
i RE AL ESrATE.
BY* virtue of auprder of the Orphans' Court of
j Pedlord Com ty, ti J subscriber wiil orf-r at public
; sale, on the premiss, in Union Township, on Mon
day the 22d day o March, nest, the following real
estate, late the prOie.ty of Peter Shinier, dee'd
1 VIZ .
A tract of land,.-ordaining 1*25 Acres, more
or less, of patenter 1 tod, a const teraoie po > tion ol
! limestone; aijuarv la-ids <f Shimer's heirs,
Isuc Russell, Job Fickes and others, with a log
dwelling house hereon erected. About GO
' ..teres "f the liik are cleared and ia cultivattun,
; and the bal nee iswell timbered.
The land lies abut three-fourths of a mila from
' the public road lading from Bedford to Uollidays
bu 'g. and would bs a desirable location lor any one
wanting a place of mat size.
The terms • : 1 le—one-third to remain in the
land for the use o the widow, one-thir i in hand at
the confirmation 0 the sale, or sootier, if the pur
ch iser sii .11'les:rs it, and the remainder in two
equal annual ptyncnts, without interest, to he se
cured wph the wiluw's third by Judgments, or
bands and niortgsre. Possession given w hen the
hand money is pad.
Feb. 19, 1858.
IV AGO* s.
THREE new tvo horse wagons on hand, work
warranted—will n, sold on a liberal credit—or ex
changed lbr produce.
A, B. CRAMER & CO.
Feb. 19, 1858.
About fifty psirjjf children's sn 1 women's shoes
—a little out ot stlie—Will be sold very cheap by
Feb. 19,1858. " A. B. CRAMER A CO.
We have for tale seventeen thousand feet of
spruce and pine boards—also a ioa'ge supply ot
Feb. 19, 1853. A. B. CRAMER 4 Cp.
In quantities to suit purchasers, for sale by
A. B. CRAMER A CO.
Feb. 19. 1858.
CONFECTIONS! OYSTERS, &o.
Tn subscriber his just received a 1 irge lot of
fresh Confections and Notions, which lie will sell
wholesale and rets.l, lower than anybody else.
Oysters, constantly on hand, tbe best and fresh
est the Baltiiuorj market will afford. I'artitsup
plied on tbe shortest notice.
His establishment is nearly opposite Dr. Har
ry's Diug and Book store.
J. SHANNON MDLLIN.
OR LIVER REMEDY
11HIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST SCIEN
. tifie mediad discoveries ever made, and is dai
ly working euro almost too great to believe. It
cures as if by nt igic, even the Jirs! Hise giving bene-
Jit and seldom more th in one bottle is required, to
cure any kind of Liver Complaint, front the worst
Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a common brad ftc'u*',
all of which are the result oi a Diseased Liver.
The liver is on-i ofthe principal regulators of the
human lody, and when it per/orms its junctions
well, the powers ofthe system are fully developed
The stomach is almost entirely dependent on the
he ilthy scliou of the Liver tor the priqier per
formance of its functions. When the stomach is
at fault, tin Ivowels are at fault, and the whole
system suffers in consequence of one organ—the
Liver—having ceased to do its duty. For the
diseases of that organ, one of the proprietors has
ma le it his study, in a practice of more than twen
ty ve.trs. to Bnd some remedy wherewith to coun
teract the niinv derangements to which it is lia
To prov' that this remedy is at last found, snv
person troubled with Liver Complaint in any oi its
forme, has but to try a bottle, and conviction is
A compound has beet forme! by dissolving gums
and extracting that part which is soluble lor tfo
active virtues of the in edict ne. These gums re
move all morbid <>r bad matter from the system,
supplying in their place a heal by flaw of bile, in
vigorating the stomach causing lood to digest Well,
purifymg the flood, giving tone and health to the
wholi machinery, removing the causes ol the dis
ease, and effecting a rauical cure without any ot
the disagreeable aitcr effects, felt, by using Calomel
or Mineral poison, that are usually resorcea. to.
Toail who will follow thesa directions a cure is
positively guaranteed. SICK IIi.JDA.CHS can be
cured by the use of two tea-spoousful taken as
soon as tite attack is iclt.
The luvigorator writer fails to cure sour stom
ach or the t>al effects experienced alter eating.
Billions attacks yield readi'y to one bottle, and
Colonic Diarrhoea, difficult as it is tn cure, is never
troublesome to muse who take the luvigorator.
For Dyspepsia of Jaundice, nothing in the kouwn
world act so iuliy or cures so quickly as the lu
vigorator. It removes ail ycJowuess and unnatu
ral color from the skin.
For -Night Mare, take a dose before retiring, ar.d
it is warranted a sure preventative.
for Female Obstructions it is a sife and sure
remedy, a-vit removes the cause of the disease.
Cosureties* cannot exist Wiie"ethe luvigorator is
roc'.y taken, while Chuhc yields readily to z few
It must be known that all these are Liter disea
ses, or caused by a deranged Liver, and to cure
tbciu needs a Liver modiciue and one of great pow
er. The luvigorator sucn a medicine; it his
medicinal powers, never before discover-d, that
will cure ail diseases et the Liver, no matter o. w
long standing, or what may be their form. The
active medicinal virtues extracted from the gums
used Is such as to be astonishing f" all who see
their effects, for none can use the medicine without
lecc-iving benefit. It acts as a genii.: Cathartic,
and should always be taken In sufficient quantities
to op.rale on the bowels gently. The best way to
rtie it is to take the medicine in the mouth, then
jjtake some water and swallow both together. In
ibis way the medicine will scarcely be t.sted,
SANFORD A CO., Proprietors, 345 broad
way, New York.
For sale by Dr. 3. F.Harry, aid Druggist's
Feb. ii, :57-3m.
THE subscribers havirg foimed a psiJuer
sbip under the style of "Dock ri Asbcom ' lor
the purpose of onductine a general
FOUAHR X AXD fI.V( I!L\E
busiuvss in the cscaiilislnnent recently elected
by Gidiard Dock, in Hopewell, Bedford coun
tv, are now prepi-e.tl to execute orders -far j
CASTINGS AND MACHINERY of every de
scription. They will buil I to order steam-en- ;
gimis coal and drift-cars, horse powers and j
t;.i.-L:iig riaoiiiues—also, casting of every :
kind for furnaces, forges, saw, g--:st and rolling
mills, ploughs, watei-jupo, columns, house
fionts. brackets, &c.. &c.
Th.-y are also, now making a tine assortment
of STOVES of various kiuds of the latest pat
terns and most approved stilus, including sev
eral sizes of COOK STOVES of the I test make,
keatiug stoves for churches, offices, bar-rooms,
A lull assortment of Stoves will be kept
constantly on hand, and sold at wholesale and j
retail, at prices to suit the times, an t quality, \
warranted equal to the best eastern make.—
Machinery of all kinds repaired promptly.—
Patterns made to order.
C. W. ASHCOM.
Nov. 6, 1857,
W • 11 OE R E EX S .
T7OIJLD announce to the citizens of Bed-
W ford and vicinity, that he is prepared to do
nII wcr* ia his hue, iu the best stylo, and on
reasonable term*. M ATRASSI-,., with or witboc:
springs, nude in a superior manner, equal to
the best made in the City, and to this branch ot
his business he would invite especial attention.—
He may be found at the shop of .Michael W"nis
ei, a short distance East ofthe Borough, or at |
iis residence on K si l'itt Street, onocoorwes: ;
of Ma;. Washtbittgh's.
Bedford. Dec. 5. 1856. \
LAST NOTICE !
rjXHE subscribers now have their books posted
JL lor settlement, and call upon all persons doing j
business with them, to conic forward led settle up >
their accounts immediately. They hope this no- i
tico wdl not be passed unheeded, us this is t.:e first
time for years of business, that a similar call has j
been made. One oi the firm being now engaged
in other business, the business of the firm impera- i
tively demands settlement. Hides of sll kinds
will be taken in payment lor balances due.
TAYLOR & HOWRY.
Jan. 1, 1858.-tf.
JOSIN H. ALLE.I * CO.
N OS. 2 4-4 CHESTNUT Street, (south tide,
below Water,) PHILADELPHIA,
(THEOLDKST WOOD-WAUK HOUSE, IS THE Crrr.)
"JIfANUFACTURERS and Wholesale desl-
ITX ers in Patent Medicine, ruads BROOMS,
Patent Groved CEDAR- WAP,E, Warranted
not to shrink, HOOD and WILLOW-WARE, j
CORDS, BRUSHES, Ac., of all descriptions.
Please call and examine our stock.
Feb. 27, 1857.—zz.
Estate of Joseph Hunt, dee'd.
LETTERS of Administration having been punt
ed by the Register of Bedford County, to the
undersigned, upon the Estate of To sept, Hunt,late
of Cumberland Vailey Township, doe'd—all jwr
eons knowing themselves indebted ta said deceased
aie hereby requested to mako immediate payment,
and those having accounts or claims agiinst said
Estate, to piesent them properly authenticated for
settlement—either to the uudecsignod Administra
trix, at the lite residence of the dee'd. or to the
nudersigned Administrator, residing in Bedford.
MAKIA i'CST, At minvtr-itris,
S. RADEBACUH Jldmi*%strat<n,
of fAe Elate of JaupK Hetnt, dee'd-
Jan. 1, 1858.-f.
Country Pbysitrans, can have their ord<TS
filled, with the very best articles, at city
prices at Dr. Harry's Cheap Drug Store, Pitt
st. Bedford. Penw'a.
Oct. il,lßatf. DR.B.F.HAKKr.
For the Hair—Jockey Club, and new mown
hay, pomatums, genuine ox marrow at D-
For Pr4efog Hair on Bald Roads,
and Restoring Rrej Rair Co Rs
T'LIIS ASTONISHING AND UNEQUALLED
1 preparation has never failed to produce a
growth on B.,'J Heads, when used according to
the dirv"tion, and turn hair bacs to its original
C">'or, after having Occonie gray d reinstate it in
all ita origin.il health, h.stte, softness and beauty.
Removes at once all scurf, duiidri H'and unpleasant
itching scrofula, eruptions and feverish heat fiem
the scalp. It also prevents the hair from becom
ing unhealthy and tailing off and henco acts as a
HAIR IN VIG OR ATO II AND TONIC.
A gentleman of Boston writes to his friend in
New Bedford thus:
To your inquiries, I would reply, that when I
first Co'Jimetitfu'i using Professor Wood's II dr Re
storative, my hair was almost white, and had been
so for the 1 ist ten years and it was very thin ou
the top of my bead, and very loose, and pu led
out freely; but I found th::t before I had used all
the second bottle, (which was eight weeks) my
hair was entirely changed to its original color,
light brown, arid is cuw free from dandruff and
quite moist, i have had my hair cut five or six
t met since the change, and have never seen any
thing iike white hair starting .rota the r ts ; and
it is now as thick as it ever was, and does not cotne
out at all. It has proved in my caso R that I
could wish to ask.
July 1,1-ou. Yours, etc.
[From th Bosfoi Hemld.]
SGMETHI.NO WORTH KNOWING.—By using Profes
sor Wood's Ilsir Restorative, gray iiais can lv
permanently restored to its original color. The
subjoined certificate from Johtisun V Stona, (Tar
diner, 31 a: ae, is but one of the many instances thai
arc daily coming to our knowledge, of its wonder
ful effects. It is no longer problem wt ; cal. but a
self-evident truth,** hundred* in our community
GaroISEH, Maine, June, J'.. 185.",.
DEAR SIR : 1 hare used two bottle* of Piofess.r
TV nod's Ha.r Restorative, and can truly say it is
the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and
(•hinging the hair. Before using it, I wa a m.in
of seventy. My hair has now atuiued its original
color. You can recommend it to the world with
out the least f.-.ar, as my Case was one of the wont
kind. lours, respectfully.
Prof. O.J. Wood. ' if. N. MURPHY.
BEOOEFIELD. Massachusetts, Jan. 12, IS.V..
DEAR.SIR:—Hiving made a inai ot your Hair
Restorative, it gives uie pleasure lo say that i:
e.Tect his been exceil-ut in removing inflammation
djndrud, and a constant itchiug tendency with
which I have lieen troubled from childhood; and
has also restored inv hair which was btcomin
gray, to its original color I have used no other
article with anvil.ingiike the pleasure and profit.
Yours, tru'y, J. K. BRaGG.
Paster of the Oithodox Cnurcu. BrooitfieM.
Professor '.Vo d.
[From lh* *,fiss'mri Dtmocrut J
WOOD'S IIAIR DYE.-This admiral! article
is rapidly improving the hur. No aitiel •of a sim
ilir kind, row itefbre the public, enjoy* a Wetter
reputation as a restorative and invigorating hair
tonic. its peculiar ch uiicalqitilities hive B :ie3e-
Scial effect upon the growth and character of iho
hair, ; iving a silky and glossy texture to that
which w.i formerly f r coarse and dry nature.—
It has, also, we understand, a tendeucy to pre
serve the youthful color and appearance of the
hair, ar.d destroying or counteracting the effects of
age. With such recommendations in o* favor, w
hardly perceive how any Udy or gentleman should
be without so valuable so adjunct to their toilet.
O.J. WOOD & CO., Proprietor*, 312 fircsd
way, V. Y., and 114 Market street, St. Louis.
For sals by Dr. 15. F. Flarrr, and Druggists,
Feb. 22. 1858.-3 m.
A (ire.il Arrirat of
FU.L mWIXTEIi GOODS.
THE undersigned his just returned from
the £ intern Cities, with a Urge stock of Fall
and Winter Goods, and is now exhibiting t
a general assortment ef new itvie Fall and
Winter Gooas. comprising Ladies' Dress Goons,
in pan Crocvella. Satin striped ami Plain Do
La.as, Barred Cashmeres, -Thibet Cloths, Al
pacas, De Baizi, Calicoes, &c.
For Gentlemen and Boy*' wear. Cloths. Cas
simeres, Cassinetts Veatings, &e.
Boots. Shoes. Hats, Bonnets, Woolen and
Bag Carpets, Floor Oil Cloth, Syrup Jlolaasts,
White cud Brown Sugars, Green and Biac*
1 ens, Groceries of all kinds, Quevrsivare,
Tubs. Buckets, Brooms, <?c. Harawar->—
Shovels, Forks, Knives and Forks, Spoons,
fee., ued all articles usually kept in sto es.
Ail kinds of Pr -dnce taccu in exchange for
The undersigned will sell cheap for cash, ot
produce, and hopes by fair dealing to receive
his ustr.l share of patronage.
G. W. RC?P.
Oct. 2, 1857.
MUSIC k MUSIC TL INSTRUMENTS.—
Pianos, Mclodi ons, Flutes, Gu:t*ra, Brass
liorns, Clarionets, Drums, etc., o. various manu
facture, always on hand. 3m is supphtd' at city
wholesale rates. We Keep always on band a iull
assortment of n lithe new and fashionable music,
which we .uaii at cur expense to any part ot the
N. P. Music nged to order.
.sHKYOCK A SMITH,
March 7, 1857.
H IMMEEiiD I SOS*
fSMIIE subscriber* wtmd inform the publlc.that
JL tboy have iessod, the Bedfo rd Forge hereto
fore carried on by John King $ Co., situate in
Hopewell Township, where they are now manu
facturing, and are prepared t* supply all urd rrs
lor every description of hammered Iron, on
the shortest notice, and most liberal terms. Th v'.r
Iron may ho relied npo-i *s being of the best
quaiity. All k ; nda of country produe-, and *ll
kinds of wrought iron scrap*., tikea at the high
est market prices. PIP BE £ SCOTT .
Nov. 27, 1857.-tf.
NEW PALL GHi-yi
THE RUhscrlbt rg have just opened a lirgr assort
rnent of FAd-L and WINTER GOODS, all of
which will be offered at prices to *uu the rirne*.-
We respectfully invite cash and prompt six month
cus'outers to call and examine our stock, assuring
them that we shall offer greater inducements than
Country Produce ofal! kinds wanted, for whim,
we will pay the highest price.
> A. B. CRAMER & CO
Oct. 16. 1837.
LUMBER! LUMBER I
1 AA AAA WHITE PINK LAP SHINGLES,
iUU,UUU at $4.60 p-r M...80 COO feet Whin
Fine BO rds, ats9perM. Will be gold Gr ha.
cash and half Grain or Flur.
Apply to WM. LirZINGSR,
Leretto, Camhiia Co.,
Feb 26, 1838 -c*