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BEDFORD RAIL ROAD.
SI NCK the charter has been granted for the "Bed
ford Rail Road;" the citizens of Bedford have
l>een raticb excited and interested upon the subject.
This interest is not confined to the citizens of
town, but extends "throughout the country, and
crowds art daily rushing to Rupp's New and Hand
same Store, in Arulerson's Rmo, 'where a large and
•attractive assortment of beautiful Spring and Suin
■ trier Goods, are opening, which will be sold cheaper
than ever offered before in this place.
The stock consists in.part of
Robes de Shaum Borage de I.aines,
Robes a Quillc, lAtriWts,
Organdie Lawns, White tr printed Brilliants,
Ckallies, Plain and Figured Swiss.
Latest Style Lawr. Robes for $1 ,00.
JMohair Mixture for 18j csnts per yard.
Dt I.mnci of all descriptions Jrom GJ to 25 per yard.
Lawns of various styles for 6J c/s. per yard.
An extensive asscrtment of beautiful prints ranging
from 4 to 12| cents per yard.
Muslins of all prices and qualities.
A large assortment of L<idits and Misses, Gloves
and Hosiery from the tow figure of 5 els. up.
Pure linen Handkerchiefs for 5 cts., ami a full
.and complete assortment of L-iDIKS DRESS
A latge and well selected assortment ofCI/OTHS,
'CA-S SIM EKES and VESTINGS,
Consisting iu part of
ißiack 'I ronoU and English Cloths,
Blue do do do.
Olive do do do.
Black Doe Skirs.
Fancy French and American Cassimeres.
"Grenadines, plain and figured.
Hadzernho do do
Velvets do do
,nd a great .variety of Marsiellos Vesting*.
Fancy Silk end Lawn Neck Ties, from OJ cents
to 624 cents.
A complete assortment of Ladies and Misses
BOOTS. SHOES and GAITERS. Also
a lirge assortment Mens BOOTS
My assortment of GROCERIES can't be beat.
Brown Sugar for 6J cts ,per pound,
t irst rate Brown Sugar for 8 " " "
Fjx.t ra do do " 10 " " "
White Sugar for 124. 14 and 15 " " "
First Rate Kio Coffeu for 124 " " "
Extra do do •* 15 " " "
No. 1 Java do 15 " "
Best N. O. Molasses " 124 " " quart.
Good Syrup do 124 " :t "
■Extra do do ' IB J " "
Good Corn Brooms for a dime.
Bacon by the pound.
H7" All of which will he soli ■ cheaper than the
cheapest. Don't forget to call at RUFF'S NEW
STORE, in Anderson's How, one door east of Cess
na & Shannon's offiee, and opposite the Gazette
G. W. RUPP.
Bedford, April 30, 1858.
MEW GOODS I
fTtllfc undersigned respectfully inform their
A friends and customers that they have just
pencd a verv large and general assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
.consisting in part as follows:
-Silks, Challies, Alpacas, Delaines, Lawns, Bara
ges, Brilliants, French 'and American Chintzes,
Ginghams, Gloves, Collars, Hosiery, Ac., Ac
SHAWLS and MANTILLAS,
"Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,
Muslins, Drillings, Tickings,
Ky. Jeans, Linens, Sheeting#.
Cottonad-s, Flannels, Cassinetts,
Nankeens, Cambrics, Checks,
*\\ hite and Col'd Carpet < h in, 1 loor Oil Cloths,
Matting and Rugs, Boots, Sh >es, Hats and Caps,
also a large supply of fashionable
Also, a full stock of GROCERIES, WOODEN
Having selected our goods with great care, w
are enabled to offer our customers
YERY GREAT BARGAINS
for CASH—all kinds of Country Produce—or on
a credit of six months to punctual dealers.
An examination of our stock is respectfully so
A. B. CRAMER A CO.
Bedford, April 30, 1858.
LITEST MEWS FROM KANSAS,
XSSI & IU STDIB.
THE very list arrival of SRING A SUMMER
GOODS—bought at the right time, and in the
right manner, to ensure fabrics worth buying and
at fair prices—REF.P 4 Misxicn deal not in humbugs,
-clap traps or baits, but on actual inspection, you
will find a heavy stock of
AMERICAN & FOREIGN GOODS,
•of a Very superior quality, and to be had at prices
■gratifying to the purchaser and remunerative to the
seller. Reed A Minuicli will have nothing to do
with giving some goods away, and putting the
"Tariff" on somewhere else—good merchandise al
ways ensures sales at living prices. Come ami See,
bring your CASH XNI> PRODUCE, and if you do not
get aheap say there ii iu truth in this adver
Dry Goods, —Dress Silks, Robe a Quillas, Madonas,
Organdy Lawns, Delaines, Calicoes.
Dress Goods, and Trimmings, in great Variety,
Bonnets, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, French and dmer
teat Cloths and Cassimeres,Summer Clothes and Jeans,
Woolen and Canton Flannels, Sheetings, Muslins,
Linens, for all jasrposes, Twillings, drillings, Ac.
Queensware and fxlassware,
an ass' rtucnt unequalled in Bedford .
Boots and Shoes.
Reed A Minnich know how to buy boots and
shoes of all styles. Call and See. They will speak
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES,
Sugars : of different qualities and prices, Syrups,
Molasses, and every article in this line
We cannot enumerate all our goods. Call and
we will show you free cf charge, and feel happy to
do so. Call and you will finll yourself at the right
place to buy.
May 7, 1858.
Ihe Summer session of this Institution will
commence on Wednesday, April 21st.
The efficieut County Superintended ofthe Pub
lic Schools, Rev. H. Heckcrman, will ; n
instructiou of youth during the coming quarter.
Persons, therefore, wishiug to pursue a course of
etwly with the view of preparing themselves to
teach in our Common Schools, will enjoy rare ad
vantages in connection with this Institution.
GEORGE W. AUGHINBAUGH,
April 9, 1858. Principal.
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.
ADAMANTINE and Tallow Mould Candles, foi
OSTER, MAN SPEAKER A CAItN.
New Store. No. 1, Cbeapside.
June 18, 185R
BAZIII BIZtl! [
HAVE you called at t>e LADIES, BAZAR in j
Anderson's Row f
MRS. H. D. PXDOH has just returned from the
Eastern Cities, with a handsome assortment of la
dies and children's fancy goods. Have you seen
'Her millenery is not to be surpassed in beauty
and elegance of style—and at .prices astonishing
White and colored, some as low as 874 cts—Ladies,
Misses, and children's Jockey caps, exquisitely
nice and new iu style,
French and American Flowers,
a large assortment; not to be excelled in quality
and cheapness—Ribbons, without number, of vari
ous styles and color—Ladies Head Dresses—Dress
Gaps, and numerous ktuds of useful and fancy arti
cles for ladies toilet
consisting in part of Robes ,ehalKee,Barage de Ltinea
Dueals, Robes a QuIl.i — Robe Lawns,'for $1.25,
French muslins—&c., Ac.
Silks—Black and Fancy colored Silks, various
styles—also handsome Shawls, Mantillas, Lace
Capes, Dusters, Ac., Ac.
Such as colars, sleeves, Infants wait 3 and a superi
or lot of French setts, Handkerchiefs—Edgings,
Laces, and Flouncings-
Calicoes and Cottons of all descriptions. Ging
hams, ranging.in prices from, six, eight, ten, twelve
and twenty five cents per yard.
Hosiery—Gloves, Mitts, Ac., Ac.
Carpet Bags, Traveling Baskets, Toys, Perfumery,
A large assortment of Ladies and childrens shoes,
purchased at reduced prices—Ladies slippers at 50
cts, fine lasting Gaiters at $1,2-5. Other sty les cor
responding in price. Gall ari l examine for your
MRS. H. D. Pzcon, would embrace this opportu
nity to render to tho Public, her thanks for the lib
eral pa'ronage she has received, and hopes by a
constant effort to please to merit a continuance of
May 7, 1858.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE partnership heretofore existing and trading
nnder the firm name of Blyinire A Hartley, has
this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The
Books, notes and account# are in the hands of Win.
Hartley, wr>© is hereby authorized to settle the
same. All persons knowing themselves indebted
to the firm of Blymire A Hartley, will save costs
by paying ap, before .the Books and notes are pla
ced in the hand of a collector.
March 26, 1858.
Great Arrival of
FILL AND W INTER ROODS.
JUST rec-ivod and on band, the best as
sortment of XSOOTS and SHOES that
could be selected for the citizens of Bedford,
and sr angers visiting the place, 1 door south
of Minnick's Contectionary Store., on Juliana
Mens' Grained Water-Trotff long legged
Boots, Mens' thick sole eastern made
long legged Boots, Mens' Kip and coarse
Heavy Boots, Gents' Fine Calf double
sole Boots, Gouts' Oxford Ties, Gents'
Congress Gaiters, Mens'Heavy city made
Brogans, Ladies' Morocco Boots, Ladies'
Goat Heel Boots, Women#' Calf heavy
winter Boots; Misses' and Childrens' Boots
in variety, Boys' Boots of all kinds, size
CAPS, in variety, will bo always kept on
Persons wishing to purchase good Boots and
Shoes will please give me a call before buying
Oct. 2, 185.7.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP!
THE subscribers bavirg formed a partner
ship under the style of "Dock A Asbcom" for
the purpose of conducting a general
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
business in the establishment recently erected
by Gilliard Dock, in Hopewell, Bedford coun
ty, arts now prepared to execute orders for
CASTINGS AND MACHINERY of every de
scription. They will build to order steam-en
gines, coal and drift-care, horse powers and
threshing machines—also, casting of every
kind for furnaces, forges, saw, grist and rolling
mills, ploughs, water-pipe, columns, house
fronts, brackets, Ac., Ac.
They are also, now making a fine assortment
of STOVES of various kinds of tho latest pat
tern# and most approved styles, including sev
eral sizes of COOK. STOVES of the best make,
heatiDg stoves for churches, offices, bar-rooms,
A full assortment of Stores will be kept
constantly oa band, and sold at wholesale and
retail, at prices to suit the times, and quality,
warranted equal to the best eastern make.—
Machinery of all kiuds repaired promptly.—
Patterns made to order.
C. W. ASHCOM.
Nov. 6, 1857,
fJIIIE subscriber respectfully announces to the
X public that lie has opened a Hotel, under the
above name, in the old and well known Globe
huiliing, on Wen Pitt Street, formerly owned and
occupied by Mr. John Young, where he will be
happy to see all his friends, and the traveling pnb
lic generally. Persons attending Court aie re
spectfully invited to give him a call. He pledges
hiiuselt that hu will do all in his power to render
all his guests comfortable-
ITis Tablj will be supplied with the choicest de
licacies the market will afford.
The Bed Rooms will dtutain clean and eomfort
The Bar will ba supplied with choice liquors.
The Stable will be attended by a careful and at
G5" Boarders will be taken by the day, week,
month and year.
Bedford, April 30, 1858.
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the
pnblic that they are engaged in manufacturing r
superior article of glue, at different prices, at tbcia
residence in Snakespriue Valley, two miles east of
Bloody Run, and are prepared to fiil promptly all
orders. AII <n want of this article can have their
orders attended to by addressing the undersigned
at Bloody Run. m
The subscribers wish to purchase a quantity of
tanners' fleshings, and those having any for sale,
can dispose of them by applying as above.
In connection with theii glue manufactory, they
also carry on the weaving business, anil will weave
vovertets and carpets on reasonable terms and at
tne shortest notice.
April R>, 185.*° RR * S WCHTEHHSOir.
. rjTHb partnership heretofore ex au „, ÜBa .„
A lienry S. King and James Madam, uu,i,, r , h ,
name and firm of Madara, King G., dqjulj
business at Lemiios Iron Works in HopHMfl
Township Bedford County, is dissolved by mutual
consent. HENRY S. KING,
N0v.27, 1857.-tf. JAMES MADARA.
THE business of manufacturing iron at Lem
nos Iron Works, will be continued by the under
signed, who has purchased all the interest of his
? P i rtn, ' r J Madara in the books, property
an! effects, belonging to the late firm of Madara
Ring & Co.
Nov. 27, 1b57.~tf. HENRY S. KING.
THE subscriber offers at private sale, his valua
ble farui, sitn (te on the Ciiarubersburg and-Bed
ford Turnpike Road, five miles East of Bedford, 8
miles West of the towu of Bloody Run, and three
miles from the Plank Road leading to the Hunt
ingdon and Broadtop Rail Road, thus affording ea
sy facilities to the Eastern markets.
The farm contains
130 acres of which is cleared, and principally un
der good post and rail fence; the balance is well
timbered, of which 75 acres is in clover uud timo
thy, all good strong limestone land, which,lays to the
sun, with eastern exposure, and bounded south by
the Juniata river.
The improvementsare a large DOU'IiLE TWO
with back building attached, large and good Stone
Rank Barn, new wagon-alied, corn-crib, drove sta
ble, sufficient for 20 head of horses, carriage house,
and all necessary outbuildings; two pood never
failing wells of water at the door and stable; also a
fine orchard of grafted fruit.
This is one of the best and most desirable farms
in Bedford County. A grist mill within a mile,
and cburcb and school house close by on Uta turn
If not sold by the Ist of September, next, the
property will bo sold at public sale.
Possession given in time to put out full crops.
TERMS easv. HENRY M. HOKE
May 21, 1858.
Chambwrsburg "Rep. and Transcript'' adv.
3 months, and send bill to this office.
*EW AIHI> CHEAP
THE undersigned would'respectfully infirm the
citizens of Bedford and surrounding country, that
he has opened or.t in Bedford, at the old and well
known stand, the
an extensive Clothing Establishment, whore ho will
always be found with a large and well ejected
stock of gentleinens' and boys' clothing. From
his long experience in the business, be flatters him
self that be cannot bo stirpaesed, either in his fa
cilities for purchasing clothing at a low figure, or
or of soiling thetu lower than any other store with
in 150 miles of this place.
Not washing to enumerate the many diiferent ar
ticles of dh'thino on hand, he would merely state,
that, in part, his stock consists of Coats ranging
from 75 cents to $lB, Pants from 50 cents to $lO,
Vests from &7£ cents to $6. Also, Shirts, Collars.
Cravats, Trunks, Carpet-Sacks, &c., &c.
All persons wishing to purchase CLOTHING, or
anything else in my line, will never regret their
cailing at LEOPOLD'S No. 1, CHEAP CLOTH
ING EMPORIUM, where they can get cheap aud
unheard-of bargains. Come one, come all.
May 21, 1853. A. LEOPOLD.
LATEST NEWS FROM UTAH !
Fresh Arrival of
mm AMI SIMMER GOODS
AT SHOEMAKERS' STORE!
THE undersigned, having just returned from the
Eastern Cities, are now* receiving a large and
splendid assortment of SPRIX I AUD SUMMER
GOODS, which thwy xro determined to sell cheap.
Tbeir stock consists in part of Cloth*, Cassimeres,
Satinells, Jtj.ru, and a large assortment of Men'*
and Boys' wear.
Ladies' Dress Goods, Silk*, Delaines, Calicoes,
Alpacas and I.airns. A large assortment of Boots,
Shoes, Hats and Caps. Coffee, Sugar, Syrups, Mo
lasses, Hack and Green Teas, Queensware, Hard
ware, Buckets, Tuhs, Knives and Forks, kc.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods.
To good and punctual customers a credit of six
months will be given.
J. it J. ST. SHOEMAKER.
April 23, 1858.
MRS. S. E. POTTS
II AS just returned from the cities with a largo sup
ply of Rich aud Handsome Goods, rich silks, Robes
of all kinds, DEBKOE ROBES, LAWS ROBES, LINES
ROBES, TRAVELING ROBES, with side trimmings,
RICH LAOF. MANTLES, SILK MANTLES, FRENCH
WORKED COLLARS, UNHERSLEEVES, a large quantity
of FRENCH WORKED STRIPES, very low, a rich vari
efy of BONNETS, trimmed and untrinamed, as low as
60 cts. RIBBONS, RUSHES, and FRENCH FLOWERS, at
all prices, SHOES and GAITERS, a handsome lot of
summer SHAWLS, LAWNS and CALICOES, and an end
less variety of fancy Goods.
May 7, 1838.
ST ONE W A It E.—Cream Crocks, Milk
Clocks of all sizes; llutter Dishes,from
one to one and a half gallon Pitchers, all of
bich are of best quality, for sale bv
Bedford, Jan, 16, 1856.
NOTICE is bertby given that Letters Testamen
tary have been granted by the Register uf Bedford
County, to the subscribers, on the last will and
testament of John Wertz, lateef Cumberland Val
ley township, dee'd. AU persons indebted to said
estatomre requested to make payment immediate
ly, and those having claim i on said estate will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN J. WERTZ.
June 18, 1853.-f
THE pwtnersliip hetolorc existing between the
subscribers, under th; firm of BANDOLLAR <$
ASHCOM has bees dissolved this day by the mutual
consent of said parties. The notes, books and ac
counts are in the hands of G. It. Baradollir, who
is authorized to'settle up the business.
Woodbery, Pa., ( G. R. BARNDOLLAH,
June 29,1858. j C. W. ASHCOM.
WHEREAS my wife, Susannah, has left my
bed and board, without UDJ* just cause or
provocation, this is to warn all persons from har
boring or trusting her on my account, as I will pay
no debts of her contracting.
JOSEPH O. BLACKBURN.
Napier Tp., July 2, 1858.-c*
LETTERS testamentary, on the last Will and
Testament ot John Claar, late of the Bor
ough of Bedford, dee'd, having been granted to
the subscriber, residing in said Borough, notice is
therefore given to ail persons indebted to the es
tate of said dee'd, to make payment immediately,
and those having cliims wiil present H*m properly
authenticated for settlement.
JOSEPH CLAAR, Jixecutor.
JUDC 11, 1858.
MUSIC k MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS':—
Pianos, Melodtons, Flutes, Guitars, Brass
Horns, Clarionets. Drums, etc., of various manu
facture, always on hand. Bands supplied at city
rates. We Keep always on hand a full
which 77 man 811 ( thu aew ftnd laahi °nahle music,
countrv our tT P' nu t0 an . v P art of the
N. B. Music nge-l t<> r, r(l ,. r
March 7, 1857. Vhan ""^bur S .
|3hy sicianj prescriptions carefully compound-
I ed, at -.11 hou r s of the day or nigh at I).-,
slurry's, Drug Store.
MRS. MARY COOK would announce to her
friends and the public, that she has fitted
up this old and well known stand, in a very su
ipcfior style, for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Visitors to the (Bedford 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
K7~A gentleman of high qualification, and
corteous deportment, has charge of the house,
who will do all in his power to make-the guests
happy and comfortable.
OC/~Terms as moderate as anywhere else iu 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 and the Springs.
ißedl'ord. Juno 12, 1857.-zz.
J Benevolent Institution, established by special en
dowment for this relief of the sick and dis
tressed, afflicted u ith Virulent and
f rto all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases,
JL such as SPERMATORRHEA, SEMINEL
WEAKNESS, IMPOTENCE. GONORRHOEA,
GLEET, SYPHILUS, the Vice of ONANISM
or SELF ABUSE,
The HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of tho
awful destruction of human life, Caused by Sexnal
diseases, aud the deceptions practised upon the
unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks,
several years ago directed their Consulting Sur
geon as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of their
name:, to open a Dispensary fur the treatment of
this class of diseases, in all their forms and to
give MEDICAL ADVICE GRA'PIS, to all who
apply by letter, with a description of their condi
tion, (age, occupation, habits of life, c.,)aud in
cases of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDI
CINES FREE OF CHARGE. It is needless to
add that the Association commands the highest
Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most
approved modern treatment.
The Directors, on a review of the past,-fool as
sured that their labors in this sphere of benevo
leut effort, have l>een of great benefit to the afflict
ed, especially to the young, and they have resolv
ed "te devote themselves, with renewed zeal, to
this very important hut much despised cause.
Just .published by the Association, a Report on
Spermatorrhoea, ur 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 sent by mail, (in a
sealed letter envelope,) FREE OF CHARGE, on
receipt of TWO STAMPS forpostage.
Address, tor Report or treatment, Dr. GEORGE
R. CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon, Howard As
pociition, No. 2 South Ninth Street, I'hiladel
By order of the Director*.
EZRA D. HEART WELL, President.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secreta,ry.
Dec. 4, 1857.-ZZ.
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED
YOUNG AMERICA VICTORIOUS!
ONE small box o! Pills cures uinety-niuo cases
out of a hundred. No Balsam, no Mercury, no
odor on the breath, no fear of detection. Two small
pills a dese; tasteless and harmless as water. Full
directions are given, so that the patient can cure
himself ascertain as with the advice of the most ex
perienced surgeon, aud much better thau with the
advice of at e of little experience in this class of dis
SENT BY MAIL TO ANY PART 0F THE
COUNTRY by enclosing one dollar to Dr. D. U.
Waltoa,No. 155 Nbrth Seventh St. below Race,
Philadelphia, .i liberal discount to the trdde. None
genumo without the written signature of D. G.
Dr. W'.'a trcatm ;nt for Self-abuse, Weakness,
kc., is entirely different from the usual course.—
lr. W. has cured hund eds who have tried others
without benefit, The treatment is as certain to
cure as the suu is to rise. Enclose a stamp, and
address Dr. W. as above; giving a full history of
your case, and you will bless the day you made
the effort to secure what is certain—A RADICAL
Jan. 23, 1858.-zz.
BLOODY RUN FOUNDRY
THE subscribers are now prepared, at their
Foundry in Bloody Run, to till allorlers for cast
ings of any description for Grist and Saw Mills,
Threshing Machines, Apple Milts, Ploughs, and
all things else in their line that may be needed in
this or the adjoining counties.
We manufacture Threshing Machines of 2 4 or ti
Horsepower, warranted equal if net superior to
any made in the State. We keep constantly on
hand a full assortment of Woodcock, Plug, and
Hillside Ploughs, warranted to give satisfaction or
no sale. Points, shares and landsides, to fit all
Woodcock or Seyler Ploughs iu the County.
Farmer's Bells, Ploughs and Castings of our
make may he had at Foundry prices at the store of
Wm Hartley, Bedford, l'a., Loudsrbaugh k Pee,
East Providence Tp., John Nycuiu k Son, Rays
Hill. Times being hir 1, we offer great induce
ments to Farmers aud Mechanics to buy of us.
All kinds of repairing done in a neat and sub
stantial manner, and all work warranted. Call
and examine our work and castings and judge
JOSIAH BAUGHMAN & BRO.
March 20, 1858.-tf.
Just Received at the New Firm,
Au elegant assortment of Spring Goods, of the
best quality, consisting of Cloths. Gtssimeres,
Tweeds, Jeans, and Cotton ides, 4 ) pieces of the
latest style Calicoes and Ginghams. Also, .Mus
lins, bleached and unbleached, of every grjde, all
of which will bo sol 1 at the lowest figure for cash.
April 9, 1833.
SnRlOtK & SMITH,
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS, and
Dealers in Music and Musical Instruments.
Our stock consists of Books, Stationery, Mu.
sic, Musical Instruments, Wall papers, Blinds,
Fieuch, German and American Lithographs
and steel engravings, gilt mouldings for frames,
etc., etc., wholesale and retail. Dr. B. F.
Harry is our agent for Bedford, and all orders
given him will be promptly attended to.
March 7, 1857.
Immm MILE AND femile
THE Summer Term will opon August sth, Fall
Term, October 21st, 1858, and Winter Term,
January 18th, and Spring Term, April 6tli, 1859.
Circulars, with full particulars, may be had of
W. W. BRIM, A. 8 ., Principal..
N. B. Studentsacoming to this institution will
be conveyed from Bedford free of charge, on the
4th of August, by addressing a letter to Mr. Saml.
Williams, of Rainsburg.
June 4, 1858.-ZZ.
AND FOR SALE—the celebrated GREEN
CASTLE GRAIN CRADLE—bv
June 11, 1858. G. W. RUPP.
*"! Labia's Extracts for the Handker
"chicfGoiogu. \ Vater) kc%t a . Dr _ Hatry's.
THE USTC?XJ IRER
*spublished every Friday morning, fn Juliana
Street, in the white frame building,
nearly opposite the Mongol
If paid in advance, $1.60; within the year,
■52.00; and if not paid wi'.hin the year, $2.50 will
be charged. No paper discontinued until all ar
i oarages are paid—except at the option of the
Editor. A failure, to notify a discontinuance will
be regarded as a new engagement.
Advertisesneiits not exceeding a square,(lo lines,)
inserted -three times for sl—every subsequent in
sertiou, 25 cents. Longer ones in the same pro
portion. Kacb fraction of a square counted as
a full square. All advertisements not specially
ordered for a given time will bo continued until
forbid. A liberal deduction will bo made to those
who advertise by tbc year.
Job Printing of all kiuds executed neatly and
promptly and on reasonable terms.
IMPORTANT TO MILL OWNERS
WOOD WARD'S improved Smut and Screen
ing Machines, Mill Bushes, Bolting Cloths,
and Bran Dusters, of the most improved -plan,
.Mill Screws, Com and Cob Grinders, Patent
Bridges for Mill Spindles, Purtable Mills, war
ranted to grind ten bushels per hour, Mill
lions ami Mil] Burrs made to order. Also ;
Stover's Patent Corn Ki ln an <l Grain Dryer—
, a valuable invention. The above are
kept constantly on baud, and can be obtained
at any time, from S. D. BROAD,
Schellsburg, Bedford County, who is also the
agent for Bedford, Somerset, and adjoining Coun
Mill wright work done at the abort est notice
and on the most reasonable terms.
February 15, 1856.
McCORMICK'S .Reaper and Mowor for sale
by S. D. BROAD,
at Schellsburg,'Pa., agenl For Blaii and Bedford
February Id, >l^s6.
THE subscriber, having taking a partner in his
store, the business wiil hereafter be conducted,
-under the name and title of J. M. Barndol!ar& Son-
All those having unsettled accounts with the sub
scriber, will please call and settle.
J. M. B.IRS DOLLAR.
The subsetibers axe jusk_receiving and opening
out a New and Handsome assortment of SPRING
AND SUMMER-GOODS, which they will sell on as
reasonable terms as can he procured in the country
for cash, produce, or to prompt six months custo
mers. They respectfully solicit the pulJic patron
J. M B.IRXDOI.LAR 4 SOX.
Bloody Kun, April 1, 1858.-3 m*
THE subscriber has dpened out a new and
splendid assortment of all kinds of the
most fashionable Jewelry—consisting in part of
Breast Pius, Finger Kings, Ear Kings, Ac. Ac.
Call and see his stock,
dell DANIEL BORDER.
RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional
services to the citizens of Bedford and vi
Office and residence on Pitt-Street, in the
building formerly occupied by Dr. J. 11. Ilotius.
Nov. 6, 1667.
DR. li.iLUßl,a.t the Ch_*p Drug and Book
Store, has jnst received, a large assortment of
the best flavoring extracts, together with Bak
ing Soda, Cream of Tartar, Saleratus, Ac., of
the very best quality, all of which he w ill sell
the lowest prices.
| rpUE UNDERSIGNED having erected
i A a Mill for sawing PlastekifgLaths on bis
premises in Union Tp., Bedford county, is now
ready to furnish any quantity on the shortest
notice. Price $1.50 per thousand, 3 ft. long.
Other lengths in proportion.
Letters addressed to meat St. Clairsvillr. will
be promptly attended to.
Union Tp., Feb. 16, 1854.-zz.
Joe Man.v, G. 11. Spang.
JAW PARTNERSHIP.--The undersigned
J have associated themselves in the Practice
of the Law, aui will promptly attendto all busi
ness entrusted to their care in Bedford and ad
j lining counties.
on Jtilianoa Street, three doors
south ot Mengel oil ise and opposite the resi
lience ofMaj. Tate.
MANN A SPANG
J tine 1, —1854. tf.
Dr. F. C Keamer,
Physician and Surgeon.
F> espectf'ully tenders his services t<
-LV the citizens of Bedford and vicinity. He
may always bo found (unless professienally en
gaged; at his Drug and Book Store, in Juliana
Feb. 19, 1857.
Premium Essence of CoO'ee
COFFEE made by it will have a more delicate
and finer flavor, and will bo much more wholesome.
It will also he clear withoi.t requiring anything to
clarify it. For sale by
OSTER, MANSPEARER A CARN.
New Store, No. 1, Cheapside.
Juno 18, 1858.
R u BARCLAY,
ATTORNEY .11 LAW,
WILL attend promptly and faithfully to all
legal business entrusted to his care.
on Juliana Street, in the building for
merly occupied by S. M. Barclay, Esq., dee'd.
March 26, 1858.
J Will attend ponctuAllr *nd e*rfol!y to nil npwmtuxM u- i
J trtitled to ni* c*r* T*lh Ac., *•<! •
< art'ficml th in-rud, from on> t %n Niurs tec.
uvsdert, arid *ll ope*tion wr*rr**Wd.
iW Terms INVARIABLY CASH.
Offli* on E*st IM4 Bedford, Vm.
W'OULD hereby notify the citizens of Bedford
county, that he has moved to the Borough
of Bedford, where he may at all times be found by
peersons wishing to seebim unless alwent upon
business pertaining to his olfie.
Bedford, April 30, 1858.
WA L L and BLIND PAPER.—I>r~B. F.
Harry is our agent for this necessary
article. By calling at his store, our patroat
will see samples of our papers. We havemade
our spring selection* with much care, and think
wo cannot fail to please.
SURYOCR A SMITH,
Forthe Hair—Jockey Club, and new mown
bay, pomatums, genuine ox marrow at Dr
-1 liars? 'a. '
The Great English Remedy,
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarke
M D , Physician Extraordinary to tho Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing, in the
cure of all those painful ar.d dangerous dis
eases to which the female constitution is sub
ject. It moderates all excess and removes all
obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied
TO MARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited. It will,in a short 'ime briug
on the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Doilur, bears tho Gov
ernment Stamp of Great Britain,to |<revent coun
These Pills should not be taken by females du
ri. g the FIRST THREE MONTHS of Pregnancy,
as they are sure to bring on Miscc-rriage, but at any
other time they ate safe.
iii all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections,
Paiu in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight ex
ertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterica, and
Whites, these Pills w ill etTect a cure when all oth
er means have failed, and although a powerful rem
edy, do tt-'t contain iron, -calomel, antimony, or
anything hurtful to the constlfifMuc.
Pull directions accompany each package.
Sole Agent for the United States and Canada,
(Late I, 0. Baldwin A C 0.,)
Rochester, N. I*.
N. B. SI.OO and C postage stamps enclosed
to any authorized Agent, will insure a bottle
of the Pills by return mail.
For saleby Dr. B. F. Harry.
Sept 18 1857-zz.
Tht most certain and speedy remedy ever discovered far
all Diseases of the Chest and Lungs, Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Consumption Bronchitis,
Injluenza, Hoarseness. Dificult
Breathing, Sort Throat,
TIIIESE WAFERS give the most in*tantaßeou *o3
perfect relief and when persevered with scoordinK
to directions, never f&il to effect * rapid *nfi 'agting cure
Thousands have been restored to perfect health who haTe
tried other means In vain. To all classes and all constito
lions they are equally a blessing and a core—none need
despair, bo matter how long the disease may have existed,
or hue ever severe it may be, provided the organic struc
ture of the vital or vans is not hopelessly decayed. Every
one afflicted should give them an impartial trial
JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor Rochester, N. Y. J
Price IS cents per box.
Fur sale by Dr. B. F. Marry.
Sept. 18, 1857-zz.
MUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY*
DR. F. C. REAMER,
HAVING purchased the Drug and Book Store
of Dr. S. I) Scott, has constantly on hand,
at the old stand, a large and well selected stock
of choice Drugs and Medicines, wholesale and re
tail, all of whizh will be sold on fair terms. The
assortment consists in part of
Drugs and Chemicals, Dye Woods and Acids, Paints
and Oils, Window Glass and Glass Ware, Tobac
co and Segars, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, 4c-, 4c.
I'ATEKT MEDICINES. —Having the regular agency
for the sale of many of these medicines, the pub
lic are assured that they are of The best; such as
have stood the test of time and experience, and
can be safely recommended as genuine, viz..
Towm-eiid's and Sand's Sarsaparilla, Wistsr't
Balsam of Wild Cbeny, A yawls Cherry Pc-cfarnl,
Mc-ffat 1 ® Life Iflis and Phceatx Bitters, Dr.
Jayne's Family Medicines, Fahnstocks, Hobtn
sack's and other vermifuge; Iloofland's German
Bitters, &c., &e.
Constantly on hand a large stock of historic,
geogiaphical, scientific religious, poetical, school
and miscellaneous BOOKS.
Also a great variety of FANCY STATIONE
RY', Cap, Post and Wrapping Paper, of everv
quality, Paper Hangings in great variety. Win
| tiow Blinds, in patterns or by the piece. Walt
Paper, Steel and Fancy Goods.
BLANK BOOKS of every size and quality.—
Pocket Books and Port Meiinxies, Diaries, Blank
Deeds and Mortgages, gold Pens and Pencils,
Combs, Brushes, Perfumery in great variety,
Lamps, and Camjdtkie Oil *od Burning Fluid,
kept constantly on fund.
CHOICE LIQUORS for medical use,- WolflV
Sclieidam Schnapps, Gin, Port, Sherry and Ma
Feb. 19, 1857. o jr
flow to Nave Money.
ALL persons who are in want of good and very
cheap chairs and Cabinet Furniture, can now
; have an opportunity of saving money, by callir.i
| on the subscriber, and selecting such articles as
I they may need, lrorn a large stock now on hand,
which wi.l be sold lower than the same can be
bought in this County. You who aro about to
commence housekeeping w ill do well by calling on
me, a* there will_be_grea t reductions made in suits
Y'ou will see ths truth of the above_atatement by
looking at the following list of prices :
Chairs from $4.50 to $36.00 per sett.
Bedsteads 2.50 " 15.00
Tables 2.50 20.00
Bureaus 10.00 '• 35.00
Cupboards 5.00 12.00
Wash Stands 1.60 600
Work Stands 1.00 " 5.00
Candle Stands 1.00 " 8.00
All other articles in proportion.
All arHclea warranted.
ISAAC MENGEL, JR.
Feb. 19, 1858.
11 MED IK!,
Boarders taken by the week month and
year. " - >
Gettys' Photographic Gallcrr,
'EXCHANGE BUILDING,' BEDFORD, PJ.
WHERE Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, dc
4-c., are executed in the latest style
and improvements of the Art. A full assort
ment of plain and fancy cases,. gol d stvorf *
Lockets at very low prices. in .fbfttr
The public are respectftilly invjj C L
and examine hia specimens. p > <> *
T. It. G
May 22,1857. a if
HOFIUS & FILI^R'
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
W'ILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
legal business entru*d fo their care*—
During the seaai->na of the- oarr > 'h® Aen'or pf
ner may be found at th- office of the lrm,tWO
!"do>ra south of Hon. Russell's°®;®-
I>. H. 11"FIUS,
JNO. H FILLER.
i ii i yiw/-commenced bmineis of Shoemeo
ing one <* or eaßt of +, Brice'j Hotel; Bcdfd,
Pa 1 m u *" manner of work hi
this li J butines* &t 'k® 'borteft notice, and i®
, a -est übsta•• , *' manner, on more reasons tie
r „,s than usu'-i on * thing indispensable. Give nee
call try n
J- B. tUKEiI-s