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liavirg formed a partner
le of "Dock & Asbconi" for
inducting a general
>KI A.\l> lUACBIIVE
M the establishment recently erected
-card Dock, in Hopewell, Bedford coun
r.re now prepared to execute orders for
..iSTISdS M-S'D MJCHISERI of every de
y ' cription. They will build to order stewn-en
ginc-s, co'al and drift-cars, horse powers and
threshing machines—also, casting of every
kind for furnaces, forges, saw. grist and roiling
miils, ploughs, wutel -pipe, columns, house
fronts, brackets, Ac., Ac.
They are diso, now making a tine assortment
of STOVES of various kinds of the latest pat
terns and most approved styles, including sev
eral sizes of COOK STOVES of the best make,
beating stoves for churches, offices, bar-rooms.
A full assortment of Stoves will Ire kept
constaufiy on hand, and sold at wholesale and
retail, at prices to suit the times, and qualify,
warranted equal to tile best eastern make.—
Machinery of all kinds repaired promptly.—
Patterns made to order.
C. IV. ASHCOM.
Nov. 6, 1857,
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the
public that they are engaged in manufacturing a
superior arti<l-of glue, at different prices, at their
residence in Snakespriuir Valley, two miles oust of
Bloody Run, and are prepared to fill promptly all
outers. All in want of this article can have their
orders attended to by addressing tlie undersigned
at Bloody Run.
The subscribers wish to purchase a quantity of
tanners' fleshings, and those having any for sale,
can dispose of them by applying as above.
I* connection-with theii glue manufactory, they
also carry on the weaving business, and will weave
coverlets and carpets on reasonable terms and at
Ihe shortest not ice.
MORRIS KICHTER A SON.
April 10, 1858.-3 m.
SHiITOUi & SSITHr
I BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS, and
A Dealers in .Music ami Musical Instruments.
Our stock consists of Books, Stationery, Mu.
sic, Musical Instruments, Wad . papers, Blinds,
French, German and American Lithographs
at d steel engravings, giit mouldings for frames,
etc., ate., wholesale and retail. Dr. B. F.
Harry is our agent for Bedford, and all orders
given him will be promptly attended to.
.March 7, 1357.
LITEST SEWS FROM UTAH !
Fresh Arrival of
XPRIM AND SUMMER ROODS
AT SHOEMAKERS' STORE!
THE undersigned,having just returned ftomthe
Eastern Cities, are now receiving a Urge and
splendid assortment of SPRIX I AND SUMMER
GOODS, which they are determined to sell che-p.
Their stock consists in part ol Cloths, Cussitneres.
Satisietts, Jans, and a large assortment of Men's
mid Boys' wear.
Ladies' Dress Good*, Silks, Delaines, Calicoes,
Alpacas and lawns. A large assortment of Boots,
Shoes, Hals and Caps. CoJfee, Sugar, Syrups, Mo
lasses, Flick and Green Teas, Qu ensware, Hard
ware, Buckets, Tubs, Knives and Forks, Ac.
Alikinds of Produce taken in excliaug • for goods.
To good and punctual customers a credit of six
mouths will be given.
J. A J. M. SHOEMAKER.
April 23, 18-58.
PIUVTTE SU E
THE subscriber offers at private sale, his valua
ble fartu, situate on the ChambersLurg and Bed
ford Turnpike Read, five miles East of Bedford, 3
miles West of the town of Bloody Run, and three
miles from the Plank Road leading to the Hunt
ingdon and Broadtop Rail Road, thus afioiding ea
sy facilities to the Eastern markets.
The farm contains
180 acres of which is cleared, and principally un
der good post and rail fence; tho balance is well
timbeied, of which 75 acres is in clover and timo
thy, all good strong limestone land, which lays to the
sun, with eastern exposure, and bounded south by
the Juniata river.
The improvements are a large DOUBLE TWO
with back building attached, large and good Stone.
Hank Bat n, new wagon-shed, corn-crib, drove sta
ble, sufficient for 20 bead of horses, carriage house,
and all necessary outbuildings; two good never
failing wells of water at the door and stable; also a
titic orchard of grafted fruit.
■'l'hisf is one of the best and most desirable farms
in Bedford County. A grist mill within a mile,
and church and school house close by on the turn
If not sold by the Ist of September, next, the
property will be sold at public sale.
Possession given in time to put out full crops.
TERMS easy. HENRY M. HOKE
May 21, 1358.
Chambersburg "Rep. and Transcript*'adv.
3 months, and send bill to this office.
HEW AMI CHEAP
'I HE undersigned would respectfully infirm the
citizens of Bedford and surrounding country, that
lie has o]>ene-i out in Bedford, at the old and well
known stand, the
an extensive Clothing Establishment, where he will
always be found witli a large and well selected
.stock of gentlemen*' and boys' clothing. From
his long experience in the business, he Hatters him
self that lie cannot he surpassed, either in his fa
cilities for purchasing clothing at a law figure, or
or ol' selling them lower than any other store with
in 150 miles of this place.
Not wishing to enumerate the many different ar
ticles of clothing on hand, he would merely state,
that, in part, bis stock consists of Coats ranging
from 75 cents to §lB, Pants from 50 cents to $lO,
Vests from 37 i cents to $6. Also. Shirts, Collars.
Cravats, Tennis, Carpet-Sacks, Ac.. Ac.
All persons wishing te purchase CLOTHING, or
anything else in my line, will never regrei their
calling at LEOPOLD'S No. 1, CHEAP CLOTH
fVG EMPORIUM, where they can gut cheap au<l
unheard-of bargains. Come one, come all.
May 21, 1858. A. LEOPOLD.
THE right place to buy, OSTKK, MASSBEAKEU &
CASK'S New and handsome Store, No. 1, Cheap
side, Is THE place after all where yon get your
money back, to which fact crowds daily testify by
lucir smiling countenances and tin; loads of goods
they take with them, as they leave the New Store,
May 28. No. 1, Cheap side. ,
About fifty pair of children's and women's shoes
—a little out ol style—will is- sold verv cheap by
Feb. 19,1858. A. B. CRAMER A CO.
It, It IT E TEETH and a perfumed breath can
> V lie act-quired by using the "Balm fa
Thousand Flowers." To be bad at
March 6. 1867.
Cireat Arrival of
FILL IAD UM'LII GOODS.
JbST received and on hand, the best as
sortment of HOOTS and SHOTS that
could bo selected for the citizens of Bedford,
and strangers visiting the place, 1 door south
1 of Minnick's Confectionary Store, ou Juliana
Mens' Grained Water-Proof long logged
Boots, Mens' thick sole eastern made
long legged Boots, Mens' Kip and coarse
Heavy Boots, Gents' Fine Calf double
sole Boots, Gents' Oxford Ties, Gents'
Congress Gaiters, Mens' Heavy city made
Brogans, Ladies' Morocco Boots, Ladies'
Goat Heel Boots, Womens' Calf heavy
winter Boots; Misses' and Children*' Boots
in variety, Boys' Boots of all kinds, size
CAPS, in variety, will l>e always kept on
Persons wishing to purchase good Boots ana
Shoes will please give nie a call botore bnyiug
Get. 2, 1857.
rriHE subscribers wond inform the public,that
A they have leased, theJ3edtbrd Forge hereto -
fore carried on by John King <£ Co.. situate in
Hopewell Township, where they are now tnanu
factu ring, and arejj/ej.ared te supply all orders
for every description of hammered Iron, on
the shortest notice, and most liberal tenfl*. Their
Iron may be relied upon as b ing of the best
quality. All kinds of country produc, and all
kinds o.' wrought Iron scraps, taken at the high
est market prices. PIPER & SCOTT.
Nov. 27, 18-37.-tf.
NOTICE TO FARMERS!
TiJllE subscriber having taken "charge of the Mills
1 ana Warehouse at Hopewell, makes the follow
ing proposition to fanners and produce dealers, to !
wit : All grain placed in the imllsf intended for the j
Hopewell or Broadtop markets,or to be forwarded to j
any of the Eastern cities, will be conveyed from the
mills to the War. house, and leaded in the cars,
free cf charge. "The* Bills have been r thoroughly
repaired, and are capable of doing as good work as
any mill in the County 4
The,highest market price paid .for ail Kinds of
JOHN F. LOWKV.
Hopewell, April 6, 1858.-e*
MM S. E. POTTS
HAS just returned from the cities with a large sup
ply of Rich and Handsome Goods, ricii silks. Holies
of all kinds, DEBECE ROBES, LAWK ROBES, LIKES
ROUES, i RAVELING Rofcrs, with side trimmings.
RICH LACE MASTI.ES, SILK MANTLES, FKEKCH
WORKEU COLLARS. USHER SLEEVES, a large quantity
of FBEHCH WG.UK LU STRIPES, v >rv low, a rich vari
ety of BOSKETS, trimmed and tintrimmcd, as low as
50 cts. Ri BOONS, RUSHES, anl FaESCti FLOWERS, at
all prices, SHOE- an i G AITERS, a handsome lot of
summer SHAWLS, LAWKS and CALICOES, and an cud
less variety of fancy Goods.
.V ay 7. 1858.
ST O N E W A K E.—Cream Crocks, Milk )
_ ' Clocks of all sizes; Eutter Dishes,from j
one to one and a half gallon Pitchers, all u< i
hieh are of best quality, for sale by
Bedford, Jan. 10, 185 G.
r PHE subscriber respectfully announces to the
A pu? lie that tie has opened a Hotel, under the
above name, ..in., the 01.l aaul utnllbaaau 42L-L*.
buTfing, on West Pitt Street, formerly owned and
occupied by Mr. J din Young, where he will lie
happy to see all his friends, anl the traveling pub
lic generally. Perrons attending Court ate re
spectfully invited to give him a call. He pledge*
himself that lie will do all in his power to render
all his guests comfortable.
llis Tabid will be supplied witli the choicest de
licacies the market will aiford.
The B<-d Rooms will contain clean and comfort
The Bar will be supplied with choice liquors.
The Stable will lie attended by a. careful and at
CE?~ Boarders will be taken by the day, -week,
month and year.
JON A 111 AN HORTON.
Bedford, April 30, 1858.
IUSSOIATIOA OF PA RT\ El It MI IP.
rpHE partnership heretofore existing between
A llenty 3. King and James Madura, under the
na"-c and Arm of Madara, King Co., doing
lmsincss at Lernnos Iron Works, in llopcael)
Township Bedford County, is dissolved by mutual*
consent. HENRY 3. KING,
N0v.27. 1857 ,-tf. JAMES MADARA.
THE business of manufacturing iron at Lem
n-.s Iron Works, will be continued by the under
signed, who has perchascd all the interest of his
lute partner James Madura in the books, property
and effects, belonging to the lute firm ofMadara
King A Co.
Nov. 27, 1857.-ti. HENIIY S.KING.
The Summer session of this Institution will
commence on Wednesday, April 21st.
The efficient County Superintendent Sf the* Pu
blic Schools, Rev. 11. Hecktrman, will assist, in the
instruction of yonth during the coming quarter.
Persons, therefore, wishing to pursue a course of
study with the view of preparing themselves to
teacli in our Common Schools, will enjoy rare ad
vantages in connection with this Institution.
April 9, 1858. Principal.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE partnership heretofore existing and trading
nnder the firm name of Blymire & Hartley, has
this day been dissolved by mutual consent." The
Books, notes and accounts are in the hands of Win.
Hartley, wno is hereby authorized to settle the
same. All persons knowing themselves indebted
to tlie @rm of Blymire A Hartley, will save costs
by paying up, before the Books and notes are pla
ced in the hand of a collector.
March 28, 1858.
LETTERS of administration on the Estate of
El'Zuhet!* Ktifller, late of Napier Township, dee'd,
having been gianted to the subscriber, residing in
said township, ell persons indebted to said Estate
are therefore notified to make payment immediate
ly, and those having claims will present them prop
erly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN ROWZKK. Adrn'r
May 21, 18.38.-f."
Letters of Administration on the estate of Mrs. i
Sophia Mower, late of Coicrain Township, dee'd. [
having beeu this day granted to the subscriiier, re- j
siding in said Township, all persons indebted to
said estate are therefore notiti. d to make payment
to the subscriber immediately, and those having
claims against said estate will present them forth
with properly authenticated for settlement.
EMANUEL J. PIKHL, Mtn'r.
March, 26, 1858.-Ot.
AIUSIC * MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.—
HA Pianos, Melodeons, Flutes, Guitars, Brass
Horns, Clarionets, Drums, etc., of various manu
facture, always ou band. Bands supplied at city
wholesale raits. We Beep always on hand a full
assortment of all the now and fashionable music,
which we mail at our erpense to any part of the
N. B. Music ngedto order.
SIIKVGCK A SMITH,
March 7, 1857.
AND TOWN LOTS IN BEDFORD COUNTY.
Agreeably to the provisions of an Act of the
Assembly, directing the mode of selling unseated
lands for taxes and tor other purposes passed
the 18th of March, 1815, and the supplements
j thereto passed the 18th day of March, 1817, and
| thi 25th of March, 1881. The Treasurer of Bed
j ford County hereby gives notice to all persons con
cerned therein, that unless the County, State,
; School and Road Taxes due on the following tracts
!of Unseated Lands,'situate in Bedford County, art
not paid IK: lore the day of sale, the whole, or such
parts of each tract as will pay the taxes, and the
| cost chargeable thereon, will be sold at the Court
| House, in the Borough of Bedford, on the second
.Monday ot June, next, (14th day ) for the arrear
ages ol taxes due, and the cost accrued thereon j
end said sale will lie continued from day to day un -
til all are disposed of.
SAMUEL DAVIS, 'Treasurer.
Acres. Ps. Warralecs or Owners. .Taxes.
; 3<K) Margaret Dieht. $ 88
i 404 James Tubman. 0 80
95 Thos. J. Bonnett. 1 72
150 James Entriken 13 20
8 James Kntrikcn, HO
51 Wm. T. Dougherty, 15 92
399 Jehu Belts, 5 40
G3 Jacob Myers, 3 80
403 John Bellman, 15 00
402 140 Wm.Bunn 14 40
205 50 Wm. Lane, 5 74
30 Lewis T. Watt?on, GO
200 John Devereaux, 0 00
427 Mary Montgomery, 7 88
205 Newlan & Marshall, 5 00
| 421 John Montgomery, 8 92
339 S'ephans Sf Co, in right of Slircuves, 10 10
30 Kathnell WiDon, 1 10
5 Aaion Evan.- , 12
205 Jos. Tigard, 1 58
09 Win. Figard, 2 34
39 - Ruthnel! Wilson, 48
. 2b do do 30
WO do do 1 80
0 0 John King, a 50
0*8 1 Sam'l Williams, 2 24
'9O -Js. Email. Diehl, 34
45 Wm. Smith, 73
t'umberland Valley Township.
3971 John Sample, 5 90
2(B> JohnC"rby, 1 2*l
150 JameS Howard, 88
404 Richard Moan, 13
42') John Cheney, 52
404 Joseph Moan, 48
409 J Sam'l Moan, 18
424 35 Alex. Moan, 21
2964 John Mcllney, 52
192 Timothy Mean, 24
| 203 54 Israel Moan, 28
I 190 50 Each. Moan, 21
j 222 Elizabeth Piper, 24
212 20 John Boyd, 24
! 214 05 Win. Davis, 21
216 00$ Isabella Davis, 24
I 220| Wm. Piper, 28
| 238 John Hardin, 28
| 221 Ignatius Hardin. 28
434 125 James WiK-on, 52
187 40 David Piper, 21
425 George F. Alberti, 1 20
402 57 Stephen Moan, 48
342 Dati'l Kerr, 9 00
00 Sam'l Livingston's heirs, 72
28 Geo. Wishart, 40
IC3 "Nicholas Knight, 24
I ibcrly Township.
GO Abel Putt, 70
473 81 Ilanoah Alberti, 8 25
448 Mariali Alberti, (, 1o 05
100 Geo. E. Kay, 148
453 ."Joseph Gardner, ISO
150 John Sadler, 1 80
Abner Kodgers. (jo
E<tsi Providence Tp.
2004 Thos.Logan, 88
403 • Charles Evans, 120
402 40 Ki ziali Logan, 120
402 02 Charles Logan, 1 20
400 75 JohnCavan, 120
400 Thomas Cavan. 120
3.18 38 Thos. Logan, 1 20
400 103 Alex. Cavan, 1 20
, 400 Ezckiel Cook, , 120
30 Solomon Williams, 40
100 Jacob Kitchcy, 30
*l7 Francis Gibbs, 10
400 Isaac Cayin, ] 20
IVest Providence Tp.
0 Wm. Paxton, 32
183 Dudley Dauglierty, 2 82
St. Clair Tp.
4 Lots Jacob Inks heirs, 48
204 David McßobCrt, -1 20
477 James Ross, 1 20
411 Wm. Saivcly, 1 20
02 Ilenry Koontz, 50
SSOO James Riggs, 00 i
439 Paul Ward, 1 32
357 Patrick Ward, 1 08
351 Joseph Ward, 1 04
353 " Jonathan Ward, 1 04
136 Isaac Hunter, 2 08
188 P. CltDgerman, 1 20
400 John Swaggart, 7 90
400 Leonard Swaggart, 10 04
■260 Alex. Gardner, 3 90
10 Dr. Win. Smith, 1 78
143 Sain'l Burket, 52
10 John Shee, 88
100 James Johnston. 2 58
150 Frederick Snider, 00
40 Jeremiah Jackson, 5 56
411J Jacob Swaggart, 4 86
440 Wm. Pierson, 10 36
440 Ebenezer Branliam, 11 08
j 420 Conrad lr.iler, 1 80
I 100 Christ ley Bowser, 9 72
200 George Laib, 1 34
100 Jacob Bu'ket, 2 07
150 Peter Shocnberger, 1 84
143 Samuel Burket, 1 40
38 Hugh Porter, 1 02
139 Griltith Evans, 10 00
408* Philip Stine, 9 76
439 John Martin, 1164
438 John Taylor, 10 32
'439 Wilson Hunt, 10 32
438 4 Alex. Scott, 10 22
I 427" Dr. P. Shocnberger, 2 96
j 124 do do ■■ 448
j 140 do do 48
Middle W'oodbtrry Tp.
; 379 Daniel Montgomery, 19 04
j 4014 Wm. M **ornery, 31 II
! 172 Melius, 14 3y
j 117 Daniel Montgomery, 10 02
| ISO Daniel Montgomery, 4 80
1 Lot . Jacob Strock, No. 72 4
1 Lot Jacob Strock, No. 74 14
South Wooilberry Tp.
200 IG$ Isabella Davis, 24
55 100 John S. Iletrick, 2o
322 Elizabeth Piper, 24
April 9, 1853.
THREE new two horse wagons on hand, work
| warranted—will bo sold on a liberal credit—or ex
: changed for produce.
! A. B. CRAMER * CO. •
Feb. 19, 1858.
( STAGE OFFICE.
\fliS. MAKY CGOK would announce to her
iTi friends and the public, that she has fitted
up this nfci and well known stand, in a very su
perior style, tor the accommodation of the pub
lic. Visitors to the Bedloid Mineral Springs
will find the Washington Hotel a comfortable
summer retreat—and no pains will be spared to
please all who patronize the house.
Boarders will be taken by the day, week, month
[XT*A gentleman of high qualification, and
corteous deportment, has charge of the house,
whowiildo all in his.-power to make the guests
happy and comfortable.
tt7°"Terms as moderate as anywhere else in the
Daily Stages from Latrobe, Cumberland, Holli
daysburg and Hopewell, all stop at this Hotel.
A Hack belonging to this Hotel will run be
tween Bedford ami the Springs.
Bedford, June 12. 1857.-zx.
A Benevolent Institution, established by special en
dowment for the relief of the tick and dis
tressed, afflicted with Virulent and
f PO ail persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases
A such as SPERMATORRHEA, SEMLVKL
WEAKNESS, IMPOTENCE, GONORRHOEA
GLEET, SYPHII.LIS, the Viec of ONANISM
or SELF ABUSE,
The HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the
awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual
diseases, ami the deceptions practised Hpon tiie
unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks ,
several years ago direct* d their Consulting Sur-'
gcon as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of 3 their
name, to open a Dispensary" for the treatment of
t.is cliws hi diseases* in all tlndr forms and to
give MEDICAL ADVICE GRATIS, to all Who
apply by letter, with a description of their ooudi-•
Hon, (age, occupation, habits of life, c.,)and in
cases of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDI
CINES. FREE OF CHARGE. It is needless to
add tint th-. Association commands the highest
Medical ski!! of the age, and will furnish the iuo-t
approved modem treatment.
The Directors, on a review of the past, leel as
sured that their labors in this sphere of bencvo
j lent eifurt, have been of great benefit to the afilict
j od, especially to the young, and they bavejk-sulv
' ed to devote themselves, with renewed Wal, to
this very important but iDuch despised cause.
Just published by the Association, a Report on
Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, the Vice
of Onanism, Masturbation or Self-Abuse, and oth
er Diseases of the Sexual Organs, by the Consult
ing Surgeon, which will be seut by mail, (in a
sealed Utter envelope,} FREE OF CHARGE, on
receipt of TWO STAMPS for postage.
A duress. for Report or .treatment. Dr. GEORGE
K. CALIIOUX, Consulting Surgeon, Howard As
portation, No. 2 South Ninth Street, PLil.eiel
By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEART WELL, President.
Geo. Faikcuilij, Secretary.
Dec. 4, 1857.-zz.
JOY TO THE AFFLI ED
YOUNG AMERICA VICTORIOUS!
ONE -small box of Pi! s cures uinety-ni e cases
out of a hundred. No Balaam, uu Mercury, no
odor on the breath, no fear oi detection. Two small
pills a dae; t*. teles? and harmless as water. Full
directions are given, so that the patient call cure
himself ascertain as with the advice of the most ex
perienced surgeon, and much better than with the
advice of o' e of little experience in this class of dis
SENT BY MAIL TO ANY PART OF THE
COUNTRY by enclosing one dollar to Dr. D. u.
Walton, No. 154 Nbrth Seventh St. below Race.
Philadelphia. .7 liberal discount to thetrdde. None
genuine without the written signature of 1). G.
W ulton, Proprietor.
Dr. W.'s treatment for Self-abuse, Weakness.
Bre., is entirely different from the usual course,—.
Dr. W. has cured hund eds who have tried ethers 1
without benefit. Tiie treatment is as certain to
cure as tiie sun is to .rise. Enclose a stamp, and I
address Dr. W. as above; giving a full history of i
your case, and you will bless the day vou made
the effort to secure what is certain—A RADIO\I
Jan. 29, 1858.-zz.
BLOODY RUN FOUNDRY
THE subscribers are now prepared, at their
Foundry in Bloody Run, to fill all orders for cast
ings of any description for Grist and Saw Mills,)
Threshing Machines, Apple Mills, Ploughs, and
all things else in their line that may be needc I in j
tiiis or the adjoining counties. *
We manufacture Threshing Machines of 2-4 or 6 !
Horsepower, warranted equal if not superior to:
any made in the State. We keep constantly on !
hand a full assortment of Woodcock, Plug, and j
Ilillshle Ploughs, warranted to give satisfaction or j
no sale. Points, shares and kndsides, to lit ali
Woodcock or Seyler Ploughs in the County.
Farmer's Bells, Ploughs and Castings of our
make may be bad at Foundry prices at the store of
Wm Hartley , Bedford, Pa., Louderbaugh Si Pec,
East Providence Tp., John NTycum St Son, Rays'
Hill. Times being ii ir 1, we oifer great induce- 1
tnents to Farmers and Mechanics to buy of us.
All kinds of repairing done in a neat and sub
stantial manner, and all work warranted. Cdl
ami examine our work and castings and judge '
JOBIAII BAUGIIMAN & BRO.
March 20, 1853.-tf.
Just Received at the flew Finn,
REED & Ml.Winil
■An elegant assortment of Spring Goods, of the i
best quality, consisting of Cloths. C.issiiueres, I
Tweeds, Jeans, and Cottonndes, 40 pieces of the :
latest style Calicoes and Ginghams. Also, Mus- |
litis, blenched and unbleached, of every grade, all I
of which will be sold at the lowest figure for cash, i
April 9, 1858.
AND ITS PREMATURE DECLINE.
JUST published gratis, the 20th thousand: A
few words on the rational treatment,.without med
iline,-of Spermatorrhea or Local Weakness. Noc
turnal Emissions, Genital and Nervous Debility,
Impotency, and Impediments to Marriage gcner.u'-
ly> by 11. DE LAXE V, M. D.
The important fact that the many alarming com
plaints, originating in the imprudence and solitude
of youth, may be easily removed WITHOUT MED
ICINE is in this small tract, clearly demonstrated;
and the entirely new and highly successful treat
ment, as adopted by the author, fully explained, by
means of which every one is enabled to cure HIM
SELF perfectly and at the least possible cost,
thereby avoiding all tho advertised nostrums of the
Sent to any addres3, gratis and post free in n
sealed envelope, by remitting (post paid) two pos
tage stamps to Dr. B. DE LANEY, 88, East 31st
Street, New.York City.
May 7. 1858.
LETTERS of administration on the Estate of
John Lutz, late of Snakcspring Township, dee'd,
having been granted to the subscriber, residing in
said township, ail persons indebted to'sHld estate
are therefore notified to make payment immediate
ly, and those having claims against said estate will
present them forthwith, properly authenticated for
settlement. MICHAEL LUTZ,
May 21, 1858 Adm'r.
Is published every Friday morning, in Jnlugm
Street, in the white frame building,
nearly- opposite the Mengol
TEll MS :
If paid in advance, $1.50; within the year,
$2.00; and if not paid wi'bin the year, $2.50 will
be charged. No paper discontinued u.itil all ar
tenrages are paid—except at the option of the
Editor. A failure to notify a discontinuance will
be regarded is a new engagement.
.ddcerhremtstis hot exceeding a square,(lo lineal )
insetted three times fur $1 —every subsequent in
. sertion, 25 cents. Longer ones in the same pro
portion- bach fraction of square counted as
: a lull square. All advertisements not specially
I ordered for a given time-will be eontinued until
; forbid. A libera) deduction will be made to those
| who advertise by the year.
j Job Printing of all kinds executed neatly and
I promptly and on reasonable terms.
OirORTAXT TO MILL OWNERS
| \UqUfrWARD'S improved Smut and Sereen-
jug Machines, Mill Bushes, Bolting Cloths.
! and Bran Dusters, of the most improved putt,
j SI ill Screw s. Corn and Cob Grinders, Patent
; Bridges for Mill Spindles, Portable .Mills, war
ranted to grind ten bushels per hour. Mill
Irons and Mill Burrs made to order. Also.
Stover's Patent Corn Kiln and Grain Dryer—
j a valuable invention. The above articles an
kept constantly on baud, an 1 can be obtained
at any lime, from S. D. BROAD,
Schellsburg, Bedford County, who is also tb<
agent for Bedford, Soineiset, and adjoining Coua
Millwright work done at. the shortest notio.
; and on the most reasonable terms.
February 15, 1856.
j TtTcCOKMICK'S Reaper and Mower for salt
i [ y S.J). BROAD,
I at Sohellsburg. Pa., agent for Blair andßedb.nl
February 15, 1856.
SE W nil.
11 LIE subscribe!, lining taking a partner in bis
. store, the business wi 1 hereafter be conducted,
under the name and title of J. M. Barndidlar & Son-
All those having unsettled accounts with the sub
scriber, will please call and settle.
J. M. BJR\DOLLJR
The wulisci ibei s are just receiving and opening
out a New and Handsome assortment of SPRING
AND SI MMEK GOODS,which they will sell on as
reasonable terms as can be procured in the country
for cash, produce, or to prompt six months custo
mers. They respectfully solicit the public patron
J.M B.JRSfDOLLAR § SOS.
Bloody Klin, April I, 1858.-3 m*
T'HE subscriber has opened out a new ana
splendid assortment of all kinds ol tin
niest fashionable Jewelry—consisting in parte;
Breast Pins, Finger Kings, Ear King's. Nr. &c.
Call and see his stock.
d<:l * DANIEL BORDER.
DR.8.1 , r HJKITv
RESI KCIIDLLI tenders ids professional
services to the citizens of Bedford and vi
Oltice and residence on Pitt-Street, in the
building formerly occupied br I>r. J, H. Hofius.
Nov. 6. 1857.
DR. il.AUKl.at the Ch-a) i'rng and Book
Store, lias just received, a large assortment ot
the best flavoring extracts, together with Bak
ing Soda, Cream-of Tartar, Saleratus, Ac., ot
the very best quality, all of which be will sell
the lowest prices.
Plastering Lit HIM !!
fflilE I\I)BRSIXED having erected
J. a Mill for sawing PLASTEHTPC LATHS on his
premises in Lnion Tp., Bedford county, is now
ready to furnish any quantity on the shortest
notice. Price sl.-50 per thousand, 3 ft. long.
Other lengths in proportion.
Letters addressed to meat St. Clalraville. will
be promptly attended to.
Union Tp.. Feb. 16, 1834.-ZZ.
JOB MANN, G. 11. SPANG.
jf AW PARTNERSHIP—The undersigned
1 4 have associated thorns elves in the Practice
of the Law, and will promptly attend to all busi
ness entrusted to tlieir care in Bedford and ad
3G?"Odice on Jnlianua Street, three doors
south of Meugel oil-se and opposite the resi
MANN A SPANG
June 1,-1854. tf.
Dr. F. C Reamer,
Physician and Surgeon.
|> espectluUy tender* his services it
-I-*. the citizens of Bedford arid vicinity. lie
may ahvays be found (unless professionally en
gaged, at his Drug and Book Store, in Juliana
Feb. 19, 1857.
Justice of tle Peace.
OFFICE two doors South of the Mengel
House, and next door to the office of
Mann Ac Sping, where he will attend to the
collection of all claims placed in his hands.
Bedford, Jan. 11, 1856.
R. !>. RAIMXAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL attend promptly and faithfully to all 1
legal businessen'rustcd to bis care.
K7~olfiee on Juliana Street, in the building tor- '
merly occupied by S. M. Bircliy, Esq., deC'd.
March 26, 1858.
J Will attend ptmctaally oud carefully to opemtien* in- t
I 4c hi* <r*re TVeth fiUsl, regular*!, Ac., ahd I
i artificial teeth irwcrW, from one to art entire art. I
1 Charge* moderate, mid all operations warranted I
IT T.rtm INVARIABLY CASIL
Offi OB Ea*i Pilt street, Bedford, Pa. -^1
IV/ OULD hereby notify the citizens 0 f Bedford
tT county, that he has moved to the Borough
of Bedford, where Ke may at all times be found by
peersons wishing to seeltim unless absent upon
business pertaining to his offic.
Bedford, April 30, 1858.
W-A 1. L aJtt BLIND PAPER.—Dr. B. F. !
Harry is our agent for this necessary !
article. By calling at his store, our patrons :
will soe samples of our papers. We havemade I
our spring selections with much care, and think
we cannot fail to please.
SURYOCK St SMITH,
For the Hair—Jockey Club, and new mown
bay, pomatums, genuine ox marrow at Dr
He (treat ruglMi fiDH'ity.
SIR JA.TO CLARKK'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
Pre fared frem a prescription of Sir J. Chirk,
" M . Ph.jiir.ian Extraordinary to ike ejuten. '
1 'o#inval;;.ih)e in Heine is tin fail trg. in the
euro ot iiii tho.se painful a d dangerous dis
eases Wo which the female constitution is sub
, ject. It- moderates ail txcess and removes all
obstructions, and a speedy eurc may be relied
TO MARRIED L -Ofl S
it is peculiarly suited. It will.in a short time bring
on the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Di; the Gov
ci.iißent Stanij. ot Great Britain,to prevent coun
Tit,,; 1 ills should nut be taken by females dit
<l -g the FIRST THREE MONTHS of Pregnancy
as they ore >urt Jo-bring on Miscarriage, but -.1 an'u
other time .'hey at er safe.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal AU'ectioi.s
Pain i" the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight eV
ertion. Palpitationof the Heart. Hvsterics ,|
M hites, these Pills will effect a etire when ail oth
er means have failed, and althongh-a power'u! rem
edy, do rn.t contain iron, calomel, antfniopv, or
anything huiiful to the constitution.
Full directions accompany each package.
Sole Agent for the United' States and Canada,
(Lite J, C. Baldwin &. C 0..)
Rochester. N. Y.
N. B. ?1 .00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed
to ary authorized Agent, will insuie a bottle
of the Pi lis by return mail.
For salcbv Dr. B. F. Harry.
Sept 18 1857-zz.
Tie most certain and speedy remedy ever discovered for
ail Dierases of the Chest and Coufhs,
Colds, Asthma. Consumption, Bronchitis,
Inf uc.nxa. Hoarseness, Difficult,
Br talking, S*rrc Throat,
fpnr-r WAFERS give the most instantAneous u .i
1 [*• relief, and wbeo perstrered with according
to 'lireetioiis, never fail to effe<h a rapid and Lrting cure,
fl /diFVi i> have boeo r* -4 stored to j*erfect health who have
trichi other lueaod in vain. To all dasnes and all constitu
tions thev are equally a blest-mg and a care—none need
despair, no matter how long the disease may have existed,
or however severe it may be, provided the organic struc
ture of the vital organs is not hopelessly decayed. Every
one aQlicted nhtruld them an impartial trial.
JOB HOSES, Sole Proprietor Rochester, N. Y. J
Price 25 ceuU per box.
For sale by Dr. B. F. Harry.
S-pt. 18, 1857-zz.
OBltiS, BOOHS ASD STATIOXERV,
DR. F. C* REAMER
HAVING purchased the Drug and Book Store
of Dr. S. D Bc,;t, has constantly on hand.
| at the eld stand, a large and well Selected stock
j of choice Drugs and .Medicines, wholesale and re
i tail, ;.d of whiil will be sold on lair terms. The
[ assortment consists in part of
; Drugs and Chemicals, Dye -Coeds ar.J .icids, Paints
and Oils, Window Class and Glass K are. Tobac
co ami began Perfumery, Fancy Hrtilcx, Qc.
| I ATEXT MEDIC IXEZ. — Having the regular agency
j for the sale f many of these medicines, the puli
i lie are assured that they are of the host; such as
i have stood the test of time and experience, and
j eon be safely recoiumc-r.de i as genuine, viz:
I Towuseiui's and Sttod's Sarsajiarilla, Wiiai's
: Balsam of Wild Cherry, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
| Moffat's Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters. I)r!
j Javne's Family Medicines, Fahustock s, Holier.-
I sack's and other vermifuge: Jfoofland's German
, Bitters, Nc., Nc.
Constantly on hand a large stock historic,
geographical, schntific, religious, poetical, school
and miscellaneous BOOKS.
Also a great variety of FANCY STATIONE
RY. Cap, Post and Wrapping Paper,w>f everv
quality, Paper Hangings in erltt variety. Win
! dow Blinds, in patterns or by the piece. Wall
Paper, Steel and Fancy Goods.
. BLANK BOOKS of every size and quality.
] Pocket Books and Port Monn-iies, Diaries. Blank
j Deeds and Mortgages, gojjl Pens and Pencils,
; Combs, Brushes, Perfumery in great varietv,
| So_.ps, &c., &c.
j I.amjis, and C .ruphioe Oil and Burning I'luid,
kept constantly on fiund.
■ CHOICE LIQUORS for medical use; WoliFa
Scheidam Schnapps, Gin, Port, Sherry and .Ma
: deira Wines.
FcV. 19, 1857.
Few lo Save Money.
ALL persons who are in want of good and very
cheap chairs and Cabinet Furniture, can nov.
have au opportunity of saving money, by calling
on the subscriber, and selecting such artie'es as
they may need, Irom a large slack now on hand,
which wi 1 be so.d lower than the same can be
bought in this Conmy. You who are about to
commence housekeeping will do well by calling on
me, as there w ill_he_ great reductions made in so its
You will see ths truth of the above statement by
looking at the following list of prices :
Chairs from $4.50 to $36.00 per sett.
Bedsteads 2.50 ■" 15.09
Tables 2.50 20. W
Bur<rtus 10.00 < Go .00
Cupboards 5.00 12.00
Wash Stands 1.50 6<Ki
Work Stands 1.00 6.00
Candle Stands 1.00 3.00
All other articles in proportion.
ISAAC AIENGEL. Ja.
Feb. 19, 1858.
TEE MBL BOISE,
Boarders taken by the day week -n:ith and
April 25, 1856—tf
Uettys' Photographic Gallery,
'EXCHANGE BUILDING,' BEDFORD, PJt.
W lIERE Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, <F
4'C., are executed in the latest style
and improvements of the Art. A full assort
ment of plain and fancy cases, gold ami plaxed
Loekets at very low prices.
The public a7e respectfully invited to call
and examine his specimens.
T. K. GETTYS, JR.
HOFirS & FILLER'
tTTORi\EYS AT LAW,
WILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
legal business entrusted to their care.—
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.
J). H. HOFIUS,
JNO. 11. FILLER.
Bedford, Nov. 28, 1856.
Sliocuicmiiiig;! fefteruiriHling "
HAVING eomtaencod the business of Shoemen
ing, one door east of Mr, Price's Hotel; Bedford,
Pa., I am prepare*!: to do all manner of work in
this line of business, at the shorteit notice, anil in
the.msst aubstanlial manner, on more reasonable
rates- than usual, oar thing indispensable. Give mo
e call, try my work and judge for yourselves.
J, B. BJKER.
May 7, 1858.