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AN OMEN. —The following anecdote ia given
by the Opinion? of Turin : A banquet of offi
cers was held at Milan, a few days ago, at
which, among the numerous toasts drank in
illusion to the impending war, a young officer
proposed the following : 'To the Austrian army;
the French and Pieduiontese armies will break
against it like this brittle glass.' So s&jiDg,
he threw the bottle he had just emptied mto
the air, so as to make it fall bank again upon
the table, which, in fact, it did, but— without
breaking. The Opinion© states that ail officers
. piesent stood aglast at this untoward omen.
"Burleigh," the New York correspondent of the
Boston Journal, give the following items of news,
in regard to the Sickles case. He says:
"Mr. Sickles has come on to New York. His
presence makes no sensation. The delicate conduct
of the District Attorney, in refusing privately the
proposed testimony about Mr. Sickles' conduct in
Baltimore, is commented on with much severity.—
Nor does the reason for the conduct of the prose
.•cuting officer amend the case. It is said that the
woman who was named in connection with Mr.
Sickles, was one of much standing—that her bus
hand was in court —and tbat be would have shot
Sickles on the box where he stood on trial- So to
savedoubld bloodshed and murder, the matter has
TUSCANY. —This State, whose Grand Duke
ran away from his people on the first show of
hostilities, is located in the north-western part
of Middle Italy, has an aroa short of uine
thousand square miles, and a population little
short of two millions, and its pupulation arc
said to be well supplied with common schools
and universities. Here the famous Mediciff
flourished, and here, also, ouce was the pros
perous republic of Florence. There seems to
bar" keen 6 l wa P a Waning !o liborty in this
A Dangerous Prea Cross, in a letter
to the R iclimond Advocate, pes a south
ern preach IT, in part, ihus :
"lie encompasses himself with ra!iiL*''W3, and
meteors, aud earthquakes, and cataracts,
hurricanes, and water spouts, and showers Or gem si
end torrents of fire, and boundless conflagrations,
and marshaled philosophies, and trooping seraphim,
and the stupendous wheels of Providence, and the
silver chiming of the spheres, and the weltering
chaos of demolished worlds."
Three nieD illustrious in Science and Art,
have recently paid the debt of nature. Late
arrivals from Europe inform us of the demise of
Hunrbolt the traveller naturalist, and author of
"Cosmos,*' Lardiier, noted for his scientific in
vestigations, and Leslie the painter.
ETTENT OF LONDON. —London is rapidly
Extending its boundaries. It covers an area
of 121 square miles, equal to a square of 11
miles to thesido. The population in this area
■amounted in the year 1801 to 958,893, aud in
the year 1858 to 2,362,336. The London of
1858 is equal to three Londous' of 1801. It
ha 3 now a larger population than the six New
Out in Ohio, the other day, Miss Goss re
covered §1,500 from her lover, Smook, the son
of a substantial farmer, for neglecting to mar
ry lier after many years 'sparking.' It is said
that both Miss Goss and Mr. Smook are well
satisfied with the result.
Miss Mary, daughter of Gov. Packer, was
married at Ilarrisburg, on Thursday last, to J.
W. Clarke, Esq., of the Lycoming Gazette.—
Mr. C. is Grain Measurer at Philadelphia.
Jemmy Maher, who was appointed public
gardener hy president Jackson during his adminis
tration, died in Washington on the 16th, ult. aged
Mexico, since its establishment as a republic,
which is £7 j ears ago, has had 66 Presidents.
Rev. John Lyon has returned to Bedford 5
after ao absence of several years in various
parts of the world. He intends opening a
school in Bedford in a few weeks.
SYRACUSE IIIGIIL IM) XIRSEUIES.
The agents for these Nurseries, Messrs. Cory,
Ncff, Casad and Speaker, are now canvassing
iledford County, to make contracts for Trees
deliverable in the fall. From the catalogue
handed us the establishment seems to be a large
one, with a great variety of fruit and ornamen
tal trees and shrubbery. They represent the
Nurseries as being located on high grouud.
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
ILT'A great many learned treatises have been
vritten, explaining the origin of, and classifying the
worms generated in the human system. Scarcely
any topic o. medical science lias elicited more
acute oi-servation and profound research; and yet
physicians are very much divided in opinion on
the subject. It must be admitted, nowover, that,
after .ill, a mode of expelling, them and purifying
the body from their presence is of more valne than
the wisest disquisitions aa to their origin.
Such an expelling agent has at last been found.
Dr. M 'Lane's Vermifuge proves to be the much
sorght after specific—its efficacy being universally
acknowledged by the entire medical faculty. As
further proof, re id the following from a lady—one
of our own citizens:
NF.W FORK, October loth, 1852.
This is to certify that I was troubled with worms
lor more than a year. 1 was advised to use M"-
Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge, prepared by Fleming
Bros, of Fittsburg. I took one bottle, which
brought away about fifty worms; I commenced im
proving at once, and aiu now perfectly well. The
public can learn my name, and further particulars,
by applying to Mrs. Hardie, No. 8 Manlmtten place,
or to E. L. Tlieall, Druggist, corner of Rutger and
and Monroe streets.
K?""PurchAßers will be careful to ask for Dr. M'-
Lmo/e CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, manufac
tured by FLEMING BROS, of Pittsburg, Pa. All
other vermifuges in comparison are worthless. Dr.
M'Lane's genuine Vermifuge, also his celebrated
Liver Pills, can now be had at all respectable drug
stores. None genuine without the signature of
May 27-1 m. FLEMING BROS.
FITS! FITS! FITS!
Persons laboring under this distressing malady
will find Dr. Hanco's Epileptic Pills to be the only
remedy ever discovered for curing Epilepsy or Fal
ling Fits. These pills possess a specific action on
the nervous system; and although prepared especi
ally for the purpose of curing Fits, they will be
found of esqteciai benefit to all persons uffiicted
with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has
ksen prostrated or shattered from sny cause what
ever. The dyspeptic patient, whose stomach has
lost toe power of duly converting food into a life
suscaiuiug element, is relieved by a single course of
the extraordinary pills. The gastric fluid re-ac
quiras its solvent power, and the crude nutrimeut
which was a load and a burden to the sufferer, while
his digestive organization was paralyzed and un
struug, becomes under the wholesome revolution
created in the system, the basis of strength, activ
ity, and health.
-2- ' anv part of the country by imyl. free of
postage" Address Seth S. Hance, 108 Baltimore
street, Baltipmre, Ud. *>ox, **' tw0 >
sf>; 12. $24.
Do yon want something to strengthen you ?
Do you want a good appetite ?
Do you want to build up your constitution ?
Do you want to feel well?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness ?
Do you want energy ?
Do you want to sleep well ?
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling ?
If you do,nße Hoofland's German Bitters, prepa
red by Dr. C. M. Jackson,4lß Arch Street, Philade
lphia, Pa., and sold by druggists and storekeepers
throughout the United States, Canadas, West In
dies, and South America, at 75 cents per bottle.
See advertisement of Sanford's Liver Jnvig
BALTIMORE, May 31.
FLOUR.—The Flour market continues quiet.—
There was to-day a sale of 200 bbls. Super at $7,
and 300 bbls. Howard Street Extra at $7 75 ; and
200 bbls. Extra at $7.60, both sold yesterday after
'Change. Holders are still asking $7a57.25, as to
quality. We are not advised of any transactions in
City Mills Super, and we quote it nominal at $7 for
standard brands. There is not much demand for
Corn Meal. We quote City held at $4.50. Small
sales of Rye Flour arc making to the trade at $5.-
PHILADELPHIA, May 81.—Flour is dull. Wheat
also dull—white 175a180 cts-; red 100a165 cts. Corn
is active—yellow 90 cts.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP,
OF ASF STYLE ASD QUALITY,
CALL ON OSTER & CARN,
A'o. I Clieap Side-
FARM FOR SALE.
rTIIIE subscriber will sell at private sale, on rea-
A sonahle terms, about One Hundred and Eighty-
Acres of Good LIMESTONE LAND—about 3
miles west of Bedford about One Hundred and
Twenty-Five Acres cleared and under good fence,
the blance well timbered. Title warranted. lor
particulars call on the subscriber, at Bedford.
June 3, 1559.-C
LETTERS of Administration haviDg been grant
ed to the subscriber, on the Estate of Chris
tena Fluke, late of South Woodberry Township
dee'd; all persons indebted to said Estate, are
notified to make payment immediately, and those
having elaims against the same will present tliern
properly authenticated for settlement, to the sub
scriber, living in said Township.
June 3, 1859-f Adm'r.
\YM. M. HALL
HAS resumed the practice of Law. Office on
Pitt Street two doors West of Ilafor's Hotel.
Juno 3, 1859.-d
W R . beg leave to call the atten
tion of the Trade, and more
especially the Physicians of the
country, to two of the most popu
lar remedies now before the public.
We refer to
Dr. (has. M'Lnne's fflrbrntfd
Vermifuge and Liver Pills.
We do not recommend them as
universal Cure-alls, but simply for
what their name purports, viz.:
For expelling Worms from the
human system. It has also been
administered with the most satis
factory results to various Animals
subject to Worms.
THE LIVER PILLS,
For the cure of LIVER COM PLA I NTS,
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS, SICK
HEAD-ACHE, &C. In cases of
FEVER AND AGUE,
preparatory to or after taking Qui
nine, they almost invariably make
a speedy and permanent cure.
As specifics for the above men
tioned diseases, they are Unrivaled,
and never known to fail when ad
ministered in accordance with the
Their unprecedented popularity
has induced the proprietors,
to dispose of their Drug business,
in which they have been success
fully engaged for the. last Twenty
Years, and they will now give their
undivided time and attention to
their manufacture. And being de
termined that Dr. M Lane's Cele
brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills
shall continue to occupy the high
position they now hold among the
great remedies of the day, they
will continue to spare neither time
nor expense in procuring the Best
and Purest material, and com
pound them in the most thorough
manner. Address all orders to
FLEMISH BROS. I'iUsbnrph, Pn
P. 3 r>-i<T. mi l t'hyfijrmrift fum, <ih.-'n
than r'lernm." Pr'.*., wii 1 d," w,-JI t" writ,* their orUora
distinctly, and t: r ti'mr but />-. JU'lMvJt. yrrparrd by
firming Jlrt K. Pittsburgh, la. To thoan wfnliirg to son
thi'in a trial, \<v will fn-ward per ranil. peat fiaid. to any
part of tlio Ur.itod Stolen. nw box of pills for twalva
thrtr-cent Nlmnpv or on." vial of Wririifuge for
fourtoon thmosvot stamps. All orders from Capiida must
bo accompauitxl by twenty cents extra.
For sale by Dr. B. F. Harry, and Roatner £ Way,
Bedford, and by dealers generally throughout the
May 27, 1859.-zz.
ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP
AGAINST THE WORLD FOR GOOD EARTH
EN WARE !—Liberal inducements nude to ■whole
sale purchasers. All orders addressed to Schells
burg, Bedford County, Pa., punctually attended to.
April 8,185t.-3ru. WM. KIRK.
NEW SUMMER GOODS!
FOR CJFSHOR PRODUCE.
OSTKIi A CAKN, respectfully announce to tlieir friends and the public, that they are now receiving
a large and beautiful assortment of seasonable new STYLES, FRENCH, ENGLISH and &
AMERICAN DRV GOODS,
Embracing all the novelties in LADIES Dress Goods, Shawls, Ac., of the season, together
with a choice selection of FRESH GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, CUTLERY,
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac., AC., Ac.
Which they guarantee will compare with any other assortment in BEDFORD, in PRICKS, and exceed
many in taste, design and quality ; and which they are determined to sell as CHEAP as the CHEAPEST,
for CASH or PRODUCE.
They call special attention to their largo assortment of SUPERIOR Philadelphia made LADIES, MISSES
and CHILDRENS FINE SHOES.
Call and see them, they will speak for themselves. They invite every person to call and see their
GOODS, if for nothing more than to note their PRICES, compared with other stores.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
J A liberal credit to persons of undoubted standing, when desired, who will be required
TE R MS : Vto settle their accounts promptly, either by cash or'note, on or before the Ist day of
V every January.
Bedford May 27, 1859.
BLOODY RUN RAIL ROAD!
FERGUSON & MANSPEAKER'S DEPOT,
SHOE AKTI> VARIETY STORE.
EXAMINE THE LIST OF
of all kinds and descriptions, prices, sorts, sizes and conditions. Don't believe the wonderful auction
St ories you hear.
Some excuse mast be given for selling higher than we do.
EXAMINE THE LIST :
Coffee, best quality at 12 do. 15,
Sugar crushed at 13.
Syrup, best golden,, 75 per. gal.
" good quality at 50 cts.
Rice, 7 cts.
Chocolate 25 cts.
Every thing else at corresponding prices including
Teas, Alspiee, Pepper, Essence of Coffee, Cheese, Raisius, Figs, Dates, Preserves, PickleF,
Cattle Powder, (insured,) Oil Cloths, Table Oil Cloths, Stationery of every
kind, including Copy Books, Envelopes, Writing Paper, Ac.,
Shoe-fixings; including Binding, Tacks, Pegs,
Thread, Ac., Brushes, Baskets, Bed
Cords, Brooms, Buck
Gloves, Stockings, liair Brushes, Shirt Collais, bosoms, Neck-ties, Clocks, Hats, Caps,
Fans, Suspenders; in short, Every thing but Dry Goods, and even some of them.
the best variety of Tobacco, Cigars and Snuff.
Try the PRICES.
May, 20, 1859.
WAR IN EUROPE T
NAPOLEON the Third is bound to revenge his u ncle, and
JEJ <tL .N&B m ■*
are determined to sell their large and soleudid stock of
at prices far exceeding in cheapness any yet offered the people Bedford,
THE LATEST STYLES,
of fashionable DRESS GOODS, for ladies and gentlemen, will be found at their store.
THE REST qI'EEIiSD ARE,
adorns their shelves, which they propose to sell particularly low.
such as Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Ac. Ac., cannot be surpassed in excellence or cheapness.
these things and call at once at REED & MINNICII'S where you will not fail to find whatever you wan
in their line of business.
May 20, 1859.
KEEP IT BEFORE
THAT CHEAP SIDE IS STILL
NOT TO BE OUTDONE.
E\TK.iORDI\'.tRl r inducements to CASH
and PROMPT SHORT TIME BUYERS.
Spring prints, and Lawns, new'and beauti
ful, from C cts. up.
Muslins, Brown and Bleached, from 0 cts.up.
Ginghams and CballieDe lains, from 10 cts- up.
Men's and Boy's wear, from 12 cts. up.
I.ineu Pocket UJJKFS. and STOCKINCS,
from 6 cts. up.
CHU.DREJ.-8 SHOES, from 12 cts. up.
Ladies Shoes and Lace Boots, from G2 cts. up
" Fine LASTING GAITERS, from 87 cts. up.
GOOD COFFEE, from 12 cts. up.
Prime NEW CROP N. O. Sugar, at 10 cts.
Refined WHITE CRUSHED, at 12| cts.
Bright Molasses and Syrups, from 12J, cts. up
and many otherjGOODS, too numerous to mention,
at GREAT BARGAINS.
Call and examine for yourselves.
OSTER He CARN.
Bedford, May, 20, 1859.-2 m.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Bedford County, the undersigned will offer at
public sale on the premises, on
SATCBPAY 18TII DAY OF JUNE, NEXT.
The following described Real Estate viz: si Tract
of Land, in West Providence Township, adjoining
lands of David Sparks, Peter Barndollar's heirs,
Isaac Meixscll and others, and containing about
2d acreß, about 3 acres cleared, and the balance
well timbered. Terms cash.
M. M. PEEBLES.
Administrator of Andrew Shuby, dee'd.
May 27, 1859.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate ot Echart Horn, late of Juniata
Township, Bedford County, dee'd., have been
granted by the Register of said County to the un
dersigned. All persons indebted to said estate, are
hereby requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same are requested
fb present them without delay, properly authenti
cated for settlement.
DAN'L B. HORN,
JOHN A. BURNS.
May 27, 1859. Executors.
BLOODY Iff HOTEL,
BLOODY RUN, PA.,
U N. DIBGRT, Proprietor.
HIS TABLE will always be supplied with the
best the market affords; the BAR will con
tain the best of Liquors, and bis STABLING,
which is large, will be attended by a caieful hostler.
May 27, 1859.-3 m.*
WE will pay cash or Merchandise for any
quantity of clear washed wool.
May 27, 1857. A. B. CRAMER & CO.
A superior article, for sale at this office.
April 8, 1859.
DR. C. M. JACKSON & CO., Philad'a, Pa„
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disor
dered Liver or Stomach,
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of
Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau
sea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking
or Fluttering atthe Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of Hie Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or suffocating sensa
tions when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull
Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side,
Back, Chest, Limbs, 4r c -> Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil,
and Great Depression of Spirits.
[E7-DO YOU WANT SOMETHING TO
STRENGTHEN YOU ?
DO YOU WANT A GOOD APPETITE ?
DO YOU WANT TO BUILD UP YOUR
DO YOU WANT TO FEEL WELL?
DO YOU WANT TO GET RID OF YOUR
1)0 YOU WANT ENERGY?
DO YOU WANT TO SLEEP WELL ?
DO YOU WANT A BRISK AND VIGOR
OUS FEELING I
If you do, use lloofiand's German Bitters, pre
pared by Dr* 0. M. Jackson, 418 Arch Street,
Philadelphia, Pa., and sold by druggists and store
keepers throughout the United States, Canadas,
West Indies, and South America, at 75 cents per
For sale by Dr. B. F. Uarry and Reamer He \\ ay,
Bedford, and by dealers generally throughout the
May 27, 1859.-zz.
TIIE first Regiment ot the first Brigade and
16th Division of the uuiformed Militia of Pennsyl
vania, viz: Broad Top Rifle Rangers. Bedford Ri
flemen, Independent Bines, Cumberland Valley-
Blues, and Hopewell Riflemen, are hereby notified
and required to meet for Regimental Parade and In
spection, on Monday the 6th of June, next, at 10
o'clock, A. M., of said day, at Bloody Run, in full
military costume. All other companies are invited
to attend. JOHN F. LOWRY, Colonel.
LEMUEL EVANS, Brigude Inspector.
Hopewell, May 13, 1869.
ALL the uniformed companies regularly organi
zed, within the County of Bedford, are hereby
notified to meet on the 6th of June, next, to hold an
election to elect Brigade, Regimental and Company
officers, each company holding its own election, su
perintended by the respective Captains—return to
be made to the Brigade Inspector within five days
thereafter. LEMUEL EVA MS,
Brigade Inspector, Ist B. 10th D. M.
Hopewell, May 13, 1859.-4f.
OLIVER 0. CI.ARK, SAMUEL M HALLER.
€. CLARK, St CO.,
FlOi, FID, (10C11Y,
(Centre Street, next door to Lutheran Church,)
A well selected stock is now open, and offered to
families and country dealers, consisting of Fam
ily, Extra and Superfine Flour, Corn Meal, Corn
and Rye Chop, Shorts, Ship-stuff", and Bran, New
Orleans, Porto Rica, Muscavado and refined Sugars,
Golden and S. 11. Syrups, Molasses, Imperial,
Young Hyson, and Black Tea, Java and Rio Coffee
of the best quality. All kinds of Spices, Pickels
in barrels and jars, Candles, Soap, Mackerel, and
Herring, Water, Sugar, Soda, Edinbuig, and Gin
ger Crackers, Peaches, Strawberries, Pine apples
and Green corn, put up in can, expressly for fam
ily use. A choice lot of LIQUORS, consisting of
Wines, Brandies, Rum and Whiskey, selected with
care. Tobacco and Scgars of various brands, with
a variety of other articles usually found in Stores.
Additions to the stock will be frequently made,
so as to keep up a general assortment; all dealers
are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere. All
kinds of grain and country produce bought for cash,
or in exchange for goods.
WITHOUT SURGICAL OPERATIONS OR LOSS OF
Cancecs, Twmers, Wens, Scrofula, Ulcirs, <sc.,
cured in a short time, without the knife, by
(Colleague of the late Dr. Lounsherry, Dec'd.)
No. 50. North FIFTH Street, below Arch, Phila.
The remarsable success which has attended the
treatment of Caocers, Turners, Ac., by Dr. Mat-
Niehol, for a number of years past, lias attracted
the attention, and in many instances has secured
the hearty approval of many eminent Physicians
*n Philadelphia, who are no longer willing to risk
the dangers aDd uncertainties of cutting.
Cancer can be Cured ! —if properly treated and
promptly. A great majority of the cases of Can
cer, can effectually cured. The numerous
patients, from every section of the country, who
have been cured under tills method of treatment is
a guarantee of its superiority over every other
Those who may be afflicted with these diseases,
and desire further information or advice, will please
address Dr. MacNichol, when they will receive
prompt attention and a Copy of Phamplet, on the
treatment of Cancers—free of charge.
White Swelling. Hip Disease, Scurfvlous and Ma
lignant Ulcers, Diseases of the Mouth and Throat,
Ulcerations of the Bones, TETTER, SCALD HEAD,
and all diseases of the Skin, permanenlv cured, and
proper remedies sent—carefully packed—by Ex
press to any part of the country.
In every case a plain description of the disease
i* required. Address, DR. MACNICHOL, NO. 50
North sth, St., PUILAD'A. Proprietor aud Manu
facturer of Dr. Loonsbetry A Co's Celebrated Im
perial Depurative, the best and most reliable Fam
ily Medicine of the Nineteenth Century, for the
cure of all diseases originating in Impunities of the
Jan. 28, 1859.-3ui.
BY virtue Of an order of the Orphan's Court of
Bedford County, the undersigned will offer at
public sale, on the premises, on
SATURDAY, 4 th JUNE, next,
A lot of ground, with Log House thereon erected,
in the Borough of Bedford, fronting on the North
ern side of the Turnpike, in the Western end of said
Borough, bounded on the South by said Turnpike,
and lot of John Brice, on the North by "Fullbrd's
Run," on the East by other lot of John Brice, and
on the West by lot of Wm. Stabl.
Lot No. 34 in Boydstown, bounded on the North by
Turnpike, on the South and West by laud of Joseph
Sellers or John Sproat, and an alley on the East, or
Lot n0.34, being sixty feet front, and extending
back 240 feet.
T E R M S:
One half to remain in the hands of the purchaser
during the lifetime of Mrs. Mary Claar, widow of
Geoige Claar, dee'd., she to receive the interest
thereon; one half of the balance in hand at confir
mation of sale, and the residue in one year, with
out interest, to be secured bv Judgement bonds.
Adm'r of George Claar, dee'd.
May 13, 1859.—4t.
Great inducements to Purchasers.
rpTTTiI undcisigned having purchased the
Store lately owned by Samuel Brown, deceased,
offers to the Public a large assortment of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Hec.,
&c., &c., at the lowest CASH PRICES.
llis stock of goods is unsurpassed in every point
of excellence, and purchasers need only call and
see to be convinced that it is to their iuterest, to
buy at his establishment for CASH, or COUNTRY PRO
He will make the most advantageous sales, to
purchasers, as immediate payments will enable him
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
Those who wish to secure bargains should not de
lay giving him a call.
Store Room same as lately occupied by Samuel
Brown, immediately opposite the Washington Ho
tel. JOHN ALSIP.
March 4, 1859.
i"Y7~OU are hereby ordered to ■
JL meet in the town of Blootly
Run, (at the House of Sergt. FA
Dibert.) for Regimental Drill rigdn
and Inspection, on Monday the PFjbfj
6th day of June, next, at 10 fejfj
o'clock, P. M. in full Summer PI I
Uniform, with plume. It is de- yy
sirable that all the members wi 11 _
be out on that occasion. Bri
gade, Regiment and Company officers will be elected
on that day. By order of the Capt.
WM. DIBERT, O. S.
May 20, 1859.
They are the Best Calicoes yet offered to the
Public for the money.
DEFOREST, ARMSTRONG & Co.,
April 22, 1859.—4 m
" HOPEWELL HOUSET"
HOPEWELL, BEDFORD COUNTY, FENN'A
JOHN B. CASTNER.
May C, 1859 -ly.
THE LIVER lUIfiOIUTIIR,
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD. '
Compounded cntfrelv from GUMS,
IS ONE OF THE BEST PURGATIVE AND
LIVER MEDICINES now before tbe public,
that acts as a Cathartic, easier, milder, and more
effectual than any other medicine known. It is not
only a Cathartic, but a Liver remedy, acting first
on the Lirtr to eject its morbid matter, then on the
stomach and bowels to carry olf that matter, thus
accomplishing two purposes effectually, without
any of the painful feelings experienced in the op
erations of most Cathartics. It strengthens the
system at the same time that it purges ft} and
when taken daily in moderate doses, will strength
en and build it up with unusual rapidity.
The Liver is one of the principal regulators o.
fbe human body, and when it performs its funcf
tions well the powers of the system arc fully devel
oped. The stomach is almost entirely dependen
on the healthy action of the Liver for the proper
performance of its functions. W hen the stomach
is at fault, the bowels are at fault, and the whole
system suffers in consequence of one organ the
Liver—having ceased to do its duty. For the dis
ease of that organ, one of the proprietors has
made it bis study, in a practice of more than twen
ty years, to find some remedy wherewith to coun
teract the many derangements to which it is liable.
To prove that this re- • medy is at last found,
any person with Liver Complaint
in any of its forms, but to try a bottle, and
conviction is certain, r.
These gums all morbid or bad mat
ter from the supplying in their place
a healthy flow of bilc.££; invigorating the stam
ach, causing food to well, purifying the
blood, giving tone health to the weak
machinery, the causes of tbe dis
ease, and effecting a dical cure.
Bilious attacks arej>- cured, and, what is bet
ter, prevented by occasional use of the
One dose after eating is sufficient to relieve
the stomach and prcveut the food from rising
Only one dose takenpH beforcretiring prevents
Only one dose takenat night loosers the
bowels gently, and cure.-.p" costiveness.
One dose taken after 1 -J each meal will cure
dose of two tea-spoonsful will al
ways relieve Sick Head- ache.
One bottle taken forCO teruale obstruction re
moves the cause of the£-* disease, ane makes a
perfect cure. r""""!
Only one dose diately relieves Cholic,
One dose often repca- , tea is a sure cute for
Cnolera Morbus, and preventive of Cholera;
One dose taken oftenJ2s will'prevent the recur
rence of bilious while it relieves all
painful feelings. '
E7*On]y one bottle needed to throw out
of the system the effects of medicine after lone
One bottle taken for Jaundice removes all vol
1 own ess or unnatural color from the skin.
One dose taken a short time before eating gives
vigoi to the appetite and makes fcod digest well.
One dose often repeated cftres Chronic Diarrhoea
in its worst tortus, while summer and bowel come
plaints yield almost to the first dose.
One or two doses cures attacks caused by worms,
while for worms in children, there is no safer or
speedier remedy in the world, as it never fails.
A few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting the ab
We take pleasure in recommending tliis medi
cine as a preventive for Fever and Ague. Chill Fe
ver, and all Fevers of a Bilious Type. It operates
with certainty, and thoasands are willing to testify
to its wonderful virtues.
All who use it are giving their unanimous testi
mony in i favor. EF"Mix Water in the Mouth
with the Invigo'ator, and swallow both together.
Thb Liver Invigorator
Is a great scientific Medical Discovery, and is daily
working cures almost too great to believe. It
cures as it by magic, even the first don giving bene
fit and seldom more than one bottle is required to
cure any of Liver Complaint, from the worst
Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a common headache, all
of which are the result of a Diseased Liver.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
DP.. SASFOBD, Proprietor, 345 Broadway, N. Y.
Sold in Bedford by Dr. B. F. HAHRT, and re
tailed by all Druggists.
June 11, 5858.-zz.
MORE THAN 500,000 BOTTLES
SOLD IN THE
NEW ENGLAND STATES
Llf OAE YEAR,
THE RESTORATIVE OF PRO. O. J. WOOD
for restoring hair perfectly and permanently, has
never yet had a rival, volume after volume might
be given from all parts of the world and from the
most intelligent to prove that it is a perfect Restor
ative ; hut read the circular and you cannot doubt;
read also the following.
CC7*TIIE HAlß.—People have for centuries been
afflicted with bald heads and the only remedy, here
tofore known, has been those abominable wigs. By -•
a recent discovery of Professor Wood these articles
are being fast dispensed with, but a great many
persons still patronize them, because they have been
so often imposed upon by Hair Tonics of different
kinds. To all such persons we earnestly maketho
request, that they will try orce again, for in Wood's
Restorative there is no such thing as fail. We knew
of a lady who was bald, who used the article a short
time, aud her head is now covered completely with
the tiniest and most beautiful curls imaginable. Wo
know of numerous cases where hair was rapidly fal
ling out, which it restored in greater perfection than
it ever had been before.
It is also without doubt one of the best articles
for keeping the hair in good condition, making it
soft and glossy, removing dandruff and has proved
itself the greatest enemy to all the ills that hair is
It is the duty of every one to improve tlieir per
sonal appearance through some may differ in regard
to the ways of doing it; hut every one will admit
that a beautiful head of hair, either in man or wo
man, is an object much to le desired, and there are
no means that should be left untried to obtain such
a consideration.— Woman's Advocate, Philadelphia.
PROF. 0. J. WOOD & CO—Gents: As I have
been engaged in selling your Hoir Restorative the
last season for one ol your local agents (R. M.
Ilackinson,) and having experienced the beneficial
effects of it myself, 1 would like to obtain agency
for the State of Ohio or some State in the West,
should you wish to make such an arrangement, as I
am convinced there is nothing eq-tuil to it in the
United States, for restoring the hair. I have been
engaged in the Drug business for several years, and
have sold various preparations for the hair, but have
found nothing that restores the secretive organs or
invigorates the scalp as well as yours, being fully
convinced that your restorative is what you repre
sent it to be, I would like to engage in the sale o
t, for 1 am satisfied it must sell.
S. T. STOCKMAN.
PROF. O. J. WOOD St €o—Gents: Having re
alized the good effects of your Ilair'Ttestorutive, I
wish to state, that finding my hair growing thin, as
well as gray, I was induced from what 1 read and
heard, to try the article prepared by you, to pro
mote its growth and change its color as it was in
youth, both of which it has effected completely.—
In the operation 1 have used nearly three bottles.—
Yours sc., JAMES FRANCIS.
O. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors 312 Broadway,
New York, (in the great N. Y. Wire Railing Es
tablishment.) and 114 Market Street, St. Louis,
For sale by Dr. B. F. ITarry.
And sold by all good Druggists.
Jan. 14, 1859.
have just received a large lot of prime
\ v quality Mattings—4-4 and 5-4 check and
plain white. A. B. CRAMER & CO.
May 27, 1859.