The undersigned present their most sincere thanks
ti their numerous patrons for their very liberal pat
ronage since opening the NEW STORE on the lath
of April, 1854, which has succeeded far beyond their
most sanguine expectations, and ha, inspired them
■with renewed etlbrts to replenish iheir spring supply
•with such styles for the coming season, as cannot
fail to please liiemost fastidious. And, as our motto,
Quo* tstf.es Aei) Small Puofits, lias been fully car
ried out, and will continue the ruling feature, you
may rest assured of purchasing your goods at the
CHKAP SIDE at the very lowest possible prices.
RUPP & OSTF.R.
June to, 1854.
DOCTOR YQUHSELF f
The Pocket JEsculnpius; or
every one his own Physician.
The 50th Edition, with one
Diseases and .Malformations of
the human system in every form
arid shape. To which is added
a Treatise on the Pisea-es of
Females, being of the highest
importance to married people, or those contempla
ting marriage. P.v WM. YOUNG, M. D.
Let no father be ashamed to pre,ent a copy of the
AuSCFLAPIUS to his child; it may save luni from
an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter
into the secret obligations of married life without
reading the POCKET ,£CI'LAPII S. Let no one
suffering from a hacknied Cough, Pain in the Side,
restless night,, nervous feelings, and the whole train
of Dyspeptic sensations, end given up by their physi
cian. he another moment., without consulting the
.USC UI, A PIT'S. Have the married, or tho.-e about
to be married any impediment, read this truly useful
book, as it haabeea the means of saving thousands
of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws of death.
per-oti sending TVVENTY-Fl\E GENTS
enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of This
•while by mail, or five copies will be sent for One
Address, (post paid,) Dr. WM. AO t NG,
% No. 152 Spruce St., I'liiladelplna.
. |2&, ISSI. ly.
J* ' ZINC PAINTS.
On* -third cheaper than White J.ead, and Jree from all
THE NEW JERSEY Zl NC COMPANY
HAVING greatly enlarged their works, and
improved the quality of their products, are pre
pared to execute order, fi>r their Supkrior
Paints. DRY, and GROT ND I.N OIL, in as
sorted packages of from 25 to 500 pounds; also
DRY, in barrels, of 200 pounds each. Their
WHITE ZINC, which is sold dry or ground in
oil. is warranted PURE and unsurpassed for
BODY and UNIFORM WHITENESS.
A method of preparation has recently been
discovered, which enables the Company to war
rant iheir paints to keep soft in the kegs for
any reasonable time. In this respect their
paints will be superior to any other in the mar
Their BROWN ZINC PAINT, which is sold
at a low price, and can only be made from the
Zinc ores from New* Jersey, is now well known
for its protective qualities when applied to iron
or other metallic surfaces.
Their STONE COLOR PAINT possesses all
the properties of the Brown, and is of an agree
able color for painting Cottages, Depots, Out
building, Bridges, &c.
Dealers supplied on liberal terms by their
FRENCH & RICHARDS,
Wholesale. Paint Dealers and Importers, J\\ IF.
cor. of 10/A <s" . Market Sts., Phildelphia.
May 26, 1554.—6 m.
On hand and just receiving a lot of new pa
tents of Cooking Stoves, for wood and coal, at
In addition to his former stock, the subscri
ber has received a splendid assortment of Brass,
Bell Mettle, Iron and English Kettles, which
will please all in want of the article, —also a
variety of other articles useful for house keep
ers. He has also on hand a lot of pump chains
and fixtures, all of which will be sold low for
cash, or on a short credit.
GEORGE BLV MIRE.
May 19, 1854.
ja Do you want to have i/ovr measure fir a
SUIT OF CLOTHES,
warranted to give satisfaction in STYLE, QUALI
TY, FIT and MAKE ? Do you want to see a
large and splendid Stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,
and other seasonable goods for JIiEJY'S WJIRE'
Do you want to see a fine assortment of COATS,
PANTS and VESTS, gotten up in a style not in
ferior to the best ordered work ? Do you want
Under Garments of the " right stripe ," or FLE
MISHING ARTICLES that "can't he beat," or
for your Sons ? In short, if you want all or any
of these things so essential to the adornment and
comfort of the "outer inan," call on
STEPHEN'S, Merchant Tailor,
McKaig's Row, Baltimore Street (next door
to Campbell's Drug Store,) Cumberland, Md.
ITT 5 - If you want an OUTFIT of
CHEAP READY-MADE CLOTHING,
I would advise yon to call at the RAILROAD
CLOTHING STORE, near the Depot.
May 19, 18 .">4— ly.
STRAY SHEEP. "
Came to the premises of the subscriber in
Coleraia Township, about the 3d of November
inst. nine Sheep, eight of which are white, and
one black—left ear slit of the white ones, and
the black has the right ear cut off. The own
er is desired to come loru aid, prove propert v,
pav charges, and take them away.
Nov. 24, 1554.*
Came to the premises of the subscriber, liv
ing in Union Township, Bedford County, on
the 6th of November inst., a Black Steer, with
a white face, supposed to be about two years
old last Spring—crop off left ear—fork out of
right ear. No other marks. The owner is de
sired to come forward, prove property, pav
charges, and take her away.
Nov. 24, 1854.*
The subscriber having rebuilt a mill for saw
ing, in Union Township, is prepared to furnish
any quantity of 'plastering Laths' at the short
est notice, at $1,50 per thousand lor three feet
Jong—other lengths in proportion. Address
Feb. 17, 1554.
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
'•• ' •
The Great Purifier of :Uc Bl . cf !
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY I.X IT.
Let the .dfjlieted Head and Ponder!
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil,
Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions,
Pimples or Postoles on the Face, Blotches,
Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlarge
ment and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stub
horn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago,
Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising
from an Injudicious Use of Mercury, Impru
dence in Life, or Impurity of the Blood.
JJ3? 5 "" This great alterative medicine and Pu
rifier of the Blood is now used by thousands of
grateful patients from all parts of the I nit*d
Stales, who testify dailv to the remarkable
cures performed by the greatest of all medicines,
"CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE." Neu
ralgia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Eruptions on the
Skin, Liver Disease, Fevers. Ulcers, Old Sores,
Affections of the Kidneys, Diseases of the'l hroat,
Female Complaints, Pains and Aching of the
Bones and Joints, are speedily put to flight by
using this great and inestimable remedy.
For ail Diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet
been found to compare with it. It cleanses the
system of all impurities, acts gently and effi
ciently on the Liver and Kidneys, strengthens
the Digestion, gives tone to the Stomach, makes
the skin clear and healthy, and restores the
Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine
vigor and strength.
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than
all the cosmetics ever used. A few doses of
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTVRE will remove all
saiiowness of complexion, bring the roses mant
ling to Ihe cheek, give elasticity to the step,
and improve tile general health in a remarka
ble degree, beyond ail the medicines ever heard
The large number of certificates which we
have received from persons from all parts of the
United States, is the best evidence that there is
no Humbug about it. The press, hotel keepers,
magistrates, physicians, and public men, well
known to the community, all add their testimo
ny to the wonderful effects of tins GREAT
Call on the AGENT and get a Circular and
Almanac, and read the wonderful cures this
truly greatest of all medicines has performed.
None genuine unless signed BENNETT &.
BEERS, Proprietors, No. 3 Pearl Street, Rich
mond, Ya.; to whom all orders for supplies and
agencies must be addressed.
Sold by Dr. F. C. RF.AMER, Bedford; J.
M. BARNDOLLAH, Bloody Run ; A. B. BLNN,
Scheilsburg, and by Dealers in Medicines ev
en-where. Oct. 20, 1854. ly.
Chronic or jYervous Debility, Disease of the
Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from
a Disordered Liver or Stomach.
Such as Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of Blood
to the He; <l, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Dis&ust lor Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sonr Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur
ried and Difflrnlt Breathin;;, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying
posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the
sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
Pain in the Side, Back, l.imbs, fkc., Sudden Flushes
of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings
of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits,
CAN" HE EFFECTUALLY COLLI) BY
DR. HOOFLAND S
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
DR. C. M. JACKSONf
.A o. LAO ArrJt Philadelphia,
Their power over the above diseases is not ex
celled, if equalled, by any other preparation in
the United States, as the cures attest, in many
cases after skilful physicians had failed.
These Bitters are worthy the attention of in
valids. Posseting great virtues in the rectifi
cation of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching powers in weak
ness and affections of the digestive organs, they
are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
READ AA'D BE COAT IXC ED.
J. D. SPRING, Laceyville, I'a., April 6, 1854,
says: "I can get YOU some good certificates for
your German Bitters in this vicinity if you
wish them. A lady purchasing some of it this
week, says that it is by far the best medicine
she ever knew, having done her arid her daugh
much good, ike."
S. B. LAWSON, Benfard's Store, Somerset Co.,
I'a., August 15, 1853, says; "1 am much at
tached to your German Bitters, having used two
bottles of it, which I procured from S. Kurtz,
your agent at Somerset, and found great relief
from, in disease of the Liver. I find it has great
effect upon my lungs, itrengthening and invig
orating them, which, as I am a public speaker,
is a great help to me."
DR. GILES, Newton Hamilton, Pa., May,
185], said: I have used myself half a dozen
bottles of your German Bitters for Liver com
plaint and diseases of a nervous character, re
sulting from the abuse of mercury. I was poi
soned and afflicted with spasms from the use of
this latter article. The German Bitters is the
first article from which I obtained any relief.
I have also given the article to many dyspep
tics, with the most salutary result. I think as
many more bottles will cure me."
J. C. YOUNG, Esq., of Dauphin, Pa., writes
May 5, 1851 : "I was afflicted with General
Debility, Intestinal weakness and Costivene.-s,
for which 1 uspd many different remedies with
out relief. lat last used your Haofiand's Ger
man Bitters. I took a few l>otties according to
directions, and was completely cured. I have
not been so healthy for ten years as I have been
since I took your Bitters, which is about one
The Bitters are ENTIRELY VEGETABLE, al
ways strengthening the system and never pros
Sold by dealers in medicine and storektepers
everywhere. And by
Dr. F. C. Reamer, Bedford, Pa.
Oct. 20, 1854 ly.
Truth is jllighly!
Important news for Ihe Invalids of Jjlbany !
HYDRO-ELECTRIC VOLTAIC CHAINS,
.1 A Vw, A'ortl, and strictly Scientific Mode
of applying Elect ro-Jllng net ism for the
Instant Relief and Permanent Cure
of all MERVOLS DISEASES,
Is for tlie first time introduced to the people of Al
bany and vicinity. We know that there is too much
good sense among the inhabitants of this place to de
-ire a long, unmeaning, extravagant advertisement ;
hence we shall simply give yon a history of the
Chains, and the success they have hud in curing with
in the last year, JVISiIVOUS J) IS EASES.
Pulvermacber's Fleet ric Chains were first used in
France, three years since, where the success that
attended their use, soon attracted the attention of the
FIRST M EPIC AT. men in Paris, who took pains to give
them a still further trial, and recommended their
adoption in the different .Medical Colleges of that
Kingdom. Within the last two years they have
been in t roil need in Germany, Austria, Prussia, Bel
gium and England, where they soon became the most
jxipular article for the INSTANT' RELIEF AND PEBMA
NF.NT (T HE of that class of diseases called Nervous.
One year since tbey were introduced into the
United States, and can now be found in all the prin
cipal cities in he Fnion. Tt is necessary to speak
at length of their great success and unparalleled sale,
wherever they have been introduced. It is sufficient
to state that they are highly recommended by Pro
fessor Mott, Van Bnren, Post and Carnochow, of New
Yoik, and also in daily use ui every Hospital in that
city. $ 1,000 dollars will be given toany person who
will produce so many well authenticated certificates
of cure, from intelligent patients and scientific phy
sicians, of the following diseases, as may be found in
a pamphlet of 3(5 pages, to he had (gratis) of the on
ly agents in Albany, DEXTER. & NELLAGKR.
Painful and Swelled Joints Palpitation of the llearf
Rheumatism Neuralgia ol the Face
Pains in the Pack Nervous Headache
Deafness. Blindness Dyspepsia, Indigestion
Pains of the Liver General Debility
Nervous Cough Female Diseases
Tooth Ache Prolapsus Uteri.
Tt is not -trange that the application of Electro-
Magnetism will instantly relieve pain, wherever lo
cated, more quickly than op-um or any of its com
pounds—for it is based upon the true theory of the
origin of pain—a lack of the nervous fluid, which the
Chains supply, by being applied over the parts af
fected—alter first being moistened with common vin
egar, which is the only preparation nece-sury.
The common sense of the people all over the coun
try is awakening, and they have concluded that they
will no longer make drug shops of their stomachs, or
be guilty of swallowing the miserable, disgusting
nostrums that are thrust before the public.
RHEUMATISM, lhat common disease of this
climate, can be almost INSTANTLY relieved of it> pain
and a permanent cure produced by simply applying
a chain of IS links for a few days, a few hours each
.More than one hundred rases of this disease have
been cured within the last year? that had baffled ev
ery other mode of treatment, by wearing a 30 link
chain lor a few weeks, by attaching one end upon
the spine and the other on the abdomen. After a
simple application the worst symtoros disappear, and
the patient soon gains flesh and strength, i do not
know of one single instance that has net been great
ly benefitted, if not permanently cured.
ONE WORD OF CAETJOX TO TI:E LADlES.—Ladies
who are KNCIENTE, are requested to wear them only
for a few moments at each application, for by long
and frequent u=e MISCAKKIACK IS often produced.
JOSEPH STEINHRT, General Agent,
liroadway, .Veto 1 Ol'/.' .
JlgevA:—Dr. F. C. Ucamcu, Bedford, Pa.
June 0, 1831—ly.
THE subscriber having removed to the Men
irle HOUSE, in the Borough of Bedford, re
cently in the occujtancv of Mr. Isaac Mengle,
respectfully announces to his old friends, and
the public generally, that he is fully prepared
to.accommodate all who honor him with a call,
and hopes to merit anil receive a liberal share
of custom. He will make it his study to render
comfortable all who stop with him—and he in
vites Travellers, Movers, Drovers, and persons
attending Court to give him a trial.
His stabling is of the best quality, and com
petent to accommodate a large number of horses,
and it will always be attended by an obliging
and attentive hostler.
Boarders will be taken bv the day, week,
month, or v< ar, on reasonable terms.
Determined to spare neither pains nor ex
pense to make his house what it should be, he
confidently relies upon the public for a gener
JAMES S. BECK WITH.
March 31, 1854.
ilew I(t'a£ Book Store.
Wr wish it distinctly understood by this communi
ty and country, that we pay particular attention to
the selection of our Drugs and Medicines, purchasing
none but the vert/ hc*t and purest article*. VY r e have
lor sale cheap all the approved jKipular patent rnedi
eines, A yer's Cherry Pectoral, Jayiie's Medicines,
Pain Killer, and all the Sarsapariilas. Also Lubin's
F.xtracts for the Handkerchief, fancy soaps, colognes,
pomrna.tes, ox marrow, Ike. We also keep constant
ly on hand a general assortment of School iY Miscel
laneous Bonis, Blank Books, Cap and Post Paper, tec.,
Nr., fcc. In fact, if you want anything HI the Drug,
Medicine, Book. Soap or Brush line, call at the New
Drug and Book Store and you shall be accommodated.
B. F. HAKIIY.
Jan. 13, 1554.
LUMBER ! LUMBER ! !
The subscriber has on hand a large assortment
of LUMBER of the best qualify, among which
is 100,000 Shingles, of different kinds; 75,000
feet of superior Boards, and a splendid lot of
Locust Pusts. Builders, and others in want of
Lumber, will find it to their advantage to ex
amine his large assortment.
F. I). BEEGLE.
Jan. 14, 1553.
DANIEL B. BORDER respectfully informs
the citizens of Bedford and vicinity that he has
removed his shop to the house in the east end
of Bedford, one door west of the residence of
Major VVasbabangh, where he is prepared to
manufacture Double and Single barrel Jitfes
atid Double and Single barrel Shot Guns of the
repairing of-runs, locks, &c., done
with neatness and despatch.
May 26, 4854.
Key Stone .Mutual Life Insurance Company oj
Harrisburg, Fa., Tins a Guarantee Capital
Piesident, Hon. LUTHER REII.EY, M. D. Pam
phlets, Circular- arui all neces-ary information can be
obtained by calling at the office of the subscriber,
authorized agent lor Bedford County.
C. N. HICKOK, Agent.
SAMUEL D. SCOTT, M. D. Medical Examiner.
October 10, Ibiii.
II est Pitt Street, Bedford, Pennsylvania.
VALENTINE STECKMAN, Proprietor.
April 7, 1854.—1y.*
SHINGLES.—IO,OOO White Pine Lap Shin
gles for sale by A. B. CRAMER N. CO.
FlSH.—Another supply ol Macketal, Shad,
and Herring,just received and for sale by
A. B. CRAMER & CO.
Pruas and Books.
ts# miF - '■ R
W'isff Having purchased the DrugJ&asJEL,**
&$ and Book St or* 1 i( Dr. S. D. Scott, will
constantly keep on hand at his establishment
in Julianna Street, a complete assortment of
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Studs, Paints, Oils,
j Window Olass, Varnishes, Brushes of all kinds,
I Patent Medicines, Lamps, Perfumery, Fancy
j Soaps, &.C.. fee. together with an extensive col
j lection of School and Miscellanebus Looks,
j Blank Hooks, Common and Fancy Stationery,
I &c. which he offers at greatly reduced prices
| for cash. Bedford, Feb. 17, IS:>4.
Latest Intelligence from Cuba.
Wholesale $* Retail Tobacco, Snvjj' and Ci
| Tin-: undersigned would respectfully announce
: to the public that they have constantly on hand
I a large and extensive assortment of choice Ci
gars/ viz: Regalias, La' Normas, Principcs,
Casadoris, Havanas, Ceroots, Plantation and Jen
• ny Limb —together with half-Spanish and ('one
! moii of a superior quality. Also, a variety of
i chewing Tobaccos and Snubs, all of which will
1 be disposed of upon the most reasonable terms.
J. S. & G. W. CROUSE.
\ T . B. All orders promptly attended to.
; April 15, 1853.
Zi'ittiS <&• Moorfoeml,
And Commission MERCHANTS,
AM) DEALERS IN
Pvcimcc auii pttsbnrg manufactures,
No. r£7. HVood St. Psßslmt'S.
May 16, 1851.
The subscriber, thankful for past favors,
would respectfully beg leave to announce to the
public in general that he has just received from
the Eastern Cities, in addition to his former
stock, a large and well selected assortment
of Hardware, embracing every article usually
■ found in Stores of this description. His stock
; of Nails, Steel, Shovels, Edge Tools, building
Hardware, Cutlery, Saws, Chains, Locks, Din
go. Screws, Chit-els, Planes. Stair Rods, Cof
-1 fee Mills, Augurs, ixc., 8.C., is very large and
'ofthe best quality, arid wiil be sold at a small
; profit. lie also keeps a general assortment of
(Groceries, Spices, see., Ike., to which he invites
the attention of the people. He has removed
bis Store to the Room occupied as the Post Of
fice. Call, examine, and judge for yourselves.
AN DEIS SAC PP.
1 June 10, 1853.
WM. P. SCHELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
VV TILL attend faithfully to all i eai business
1 7 V entrusted to liis care in the Counties oj
| lied ford and Fulton.
Bedford, Nov. 1, 1547.
C. K. HICKOK, Dentist.
OFFICE on Pitt-street, nearly opposite the
Bedford Hotel, Bedford, Pa. Teeth ]iii!Lr
ged, Regulated, N.c. and artilicia! teeth inserted
from one to an entire set. Charges moderate,
and all operations warranted. Terms.—C.lSH.
Bedford, May :j, IXSO.
COACH AND WAGON FACTORY.
The undersigned having entered inta part
nership ir> the above business, would anuounce
to the citizens of Bedford County that they are
now prepared, at their Shop at the East End ol
this Borough, to furnish CARRIAGES and BUG
GIES, of every style and price; also, COACHES,
WAGONS, and PLOUGHS. BLACKSMITH work of
every description executed to order, on tiie
shortest notice, at their shop adjoining the
Determined to keep none but the best of
workmen in their employ, and to sell as cheap
as any other establi hment in the State, they
hope to receive liberal encouragement.
tGr* Country Produce of all kinds taken in
exchange for work and the highest prices al
lowed. We respectfully invite the public to
give us a call.
Bedford, Feb. 3, 1854.
HAVINO disposed of my Stock of Drills. Medicines,
Rooks, fke., to I>r. FRANCIS RKAMEK, I take this
opportunity of recotmnendins him to my friends and
former patrons as a Physician of much experience
and skill, tn whom they can place entire confidence.
S. D. SCOTT.
Feb. 24, 1851.
bR. WAV. BIIRCH
Having permanently located in Paltonsville,
Bedford County, respectfully tenders his servi
ces to the public in the line of his profession.
Pattonsviile, March 3, 1853—1y.
ALL persons in want of Stove Blacking will
find an article called the Victoria, superior to
anything of the kind now in use.
W R CLARKE,
Xtonn, Raigucl Co.,
IMPORTERS AND JOSSERS OF
British, French and American •
I) II V GOO I) 8 ,
No. 91 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA.
THE undersigned would respectfully call the
attention of his old friends in the counties of
Bedford, Fulton, Somerset, Blair, and Cambria,
to the above CARD, with the hope that, when
they visit the city to purchase Goons, they will
not fail to call at "No. 91 North Third Street,"
where, he feels satisfied, they will find as choice
a selection of Goods (on as reasonable terms) as
are to be found in any other house in Philadel
phia. " W. B. CLARKE.
March 24, 1854.—1y.
P. A. KEALEY & BilO.,
AND DEALERS IN
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISHES, DYE-
Sliiiis, Spices, Patent Medicines, Ne.,
Cambcv lan L) , ill h .
EC?" Orders from Physician* and Merchant* Jilted
iritii pure and iinadtilh.ra.tcd article*, at IS.illtinaie
June 9, ISsl—ly.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL, *
WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.,
JiHYSON vV SI3IHLS.
Sept. 1, 1854.
SS eilHo 2' d A€ad cm y
REV. JOHN LYON, PRINCIPAL.
W. W. CUJT.PDELL, A. 3.,
__ Associate Principal.
Tun first session of the fourth school year of
this Institution will open on the first Monday ol
The present school year opens auspiciously.
The Principal looks forward with confidence,
under God's favor, to its efficiency and suc
cess. With enlarged experience and invigo
rated health, with the Teacher of his choice,
who has already commended himsejf to the at
tachment and confidence of this community,
anrl with a corps of students already drilled
and animated with some generous enthusiasm
for knowledge, he hopes fully to sustain the
high estimation in which his fellow-citizens
have been pleased to regard this school ol learn
ing. The studies of the advanced class will
cover a good part of the Junior and Senior
Course in our best Colleges. No pains will be
spared to develope the intellect and perfect
the scholarship of the Juvenile Classes. While
memory is cultivated, and accuracy of recita
tion enforced, where set words are important,
it is our guiding principle, that the great ob
ject of Education is to teach the young mind
how lo lltink, and to express in suitable lan
guage what it thinks. We ever keep in view
that "the repetition, parrot-like, of the words
of the school bonk, by the pupil, evinces neither
his knowledge of the subject nor his power to
enunciate it : and much less do the monosylla
bic answers to a fixed set of questions."
If practice upon this principle gives the
Teacher more labor, it will ensure him a higher
reward and the Pupil a thousand-lbld more
During the past yrar an Astronomical Ap
paratus ha;; been procured, at a cost ol
Seperafe entrances and seperate seats are ap
propriated to the Male am! Female Departments.
It lias long lieeti a Desideratum with the
Principal to introduce a thorough mid scientific
study of vocal music as a part of lite Academie
Course. Jt will now take it> place by the side
ol (Dammar and Arithmatic as a daily recita
tion. We hope to wipp off that reproach ibr
Deficiency here which lies so justly against most
of the Schools and Academies ol England and
jN'o Pupil received for less than 1 quarter.
Terms per quarter, as usual, to wit :
CLASSICS, $6 25
IIK:IIITII ENGLISH, 5 00
MIDDLE " 4 50
ELEMENTARY " 4 00
Bedford, August 10, 1853.
I), li. Wl NUFi'.I.ICU. K. F. NKAII.
Jcnravirng Sf (Tcmmission itlcaljaitfs,
j\orth S Y coiiU Street, opposite the C uvd'erland Valley
Rail Road J)rpot y
C H A MBEESBUEG.
They are at ail times prepared to carry all
kinds ol Produce to, and Meichandise, kc., Irani
Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the shortest notice.
* # * They will al-o ; urchuse Floor, Grain, iVc., at
COAL. LUMBF.R, SALT. FISH, GUANO, and
PLAST'UR on hand and lor sate low.
June 10, 1855.
TIN C. COPPER WARE.
THE subscriber is prepared to furnish, whole
sale and retail, Tin and Copper Ware in great
variety, on the most reasonable terms.
f*E. A. It.
Ri.SPF.'-rM 1.1.V Tenders his professional services to
the citizens of Srhell-burg and vicinity. Ollicc in
the room formerly occupied by Dr. BIIAMWKI.L, op
posite .Mr. Frazer's Tavern. CUT" AIt night calls
promptly attended to.
April S, 1553.
All persons indebted to the subscriber are re
qtn sted to make payment on or before the Ist
Jay of May next. All accounts unsettled at
that date will be collcted by course of law.
C. N. lIICKOK.
March 31, 1854.
Itt F. I REMR
T) ESPECTFULLY begs leave to tender his
V> Professional Services to the Citizens of
Bedford and vicinity.
Ks~ Office in Julianna Street, at the Drug
and Book Store.* Feb. 17, 1854.
A DESIiIABLE TOWN PROPERTY
The subscriber, anxious to go west, oilers, at Pri
vate Sale, the valuable Town Property on which he
at present resides, in Schellsburg Borough.
There are two Lots, (one of which is a corner lot,)
GO feet front by 210 feet deep, on which there is
erected a two story Brick Dwelling House, 40 feet
front and 20 feet hack, with Brick back building, 20
by 16 feet, with doutde back porch, all nearly new.
Also, a two story Frame Carriage Shop, 5b by 20
feet, with Smith Shop adjoining, 35 by 10 feet, and
Carriage and Lumber House, )G by 30 feet, an excel
lent new or nearly new Stable, and other out build
ings thereon erected.
The location is in the most desirable .part of the
Town, anil one well -uited for the Carriage Manufac
turing Business, or the same may be changed to suit
the Foundry or any other Mechanical pursuit. The
shops are sufficiently large to work 10 or 12 hands to
Being near the Allegheny, the best of Lumber can
be had cheap—and coal can be got to great advan
Any person wishing to purchase property and start
the Carriage Manufacturing Business, will do well to
call on the subscriber, as he is determined to sell if
For terms, &c., enquire either of the subscriber in
Schellsburg, or Jno. P. Reed, Ksq., Bedford. Pa.
G. W. HUNT.
June 23, 1851.
Cessna & Shannon,
HAVE formed a Partnership in the Practice
of the Law. nearly opposite
the Post Office, where one or the other inay at
all times be found.
Bedford, Oct. 26, 1819.
John A. Blod&ef,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL attend punctually to all business en
trusted to his care. 017 3 " Office nearly opposite
the office of the Bedford Gazette.
March 3, 1854.
Walehcs and Jewelry.
The subscriber would respectfully announce
j to his customers and the public generally, t|, ut
he has just received from the East, and Is now
opening at his old stand in the Borough of lb,?,
ford, nearly opposite the Bedfoid Hotel, a m>||
selected assortment of Watches and Jewelrv
consisting, in part, of Fine Cold Levers,
& Silver Watches—also a variety of G o fo
Chains, Keys, Cold Pencils, &. Pens— Rio, s ~
: Ear Rings, Bracelets, Breast Pins, Cuff Fins'
Kc. Alhatta Spoons and Forks, ami S day an,.!
;30 hour Clocks. Persons will find it to "their
interest to call and examine my stock. JJ V
motto is quick sales and small profits. Watch
es & Clocks repaired as usual.
Aug. 26, 1853.
KUMMEL'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE.
EVERY ONE who has used Htimoud's E
sence of Coffee, knows that one package will
'go as far as 4< pounds of the best Java Coffee
and coffee made by this Essence will preserve
| perfectly the real taste of Java coffee, but win
| have a more delicate and finer flavor, a finer
color, and will certainly be much wholesoiwr
tor every person than pure Java Coffee.
IE/*For sale at Dr. B. F. HARRY'S new
Drug and Book Store. Oct. 7, 1553.
OLD PEWTER & COPPER WANTED,
THIS highest price, in cash or trade, allowed
i for old Pewter and Copper.
| Sept. 9, 1853.
John P. Reed,
Attorney at Law, Bedford, Pennsylvania,
Respectfully tenders his services to the Public.
TF*Otlice second door North of the Mendel
Bedford, Feb. 20, 1852.
S>r. B. F. Marry
j Respectfully tenders his professional ser
vices to the citizens of Bedford and vicinity.
Office and residence on Pitt-Street, in the
. building formerly occupied by Dr. John Hofjus.
June 24-, 1853.
DR. S. A. R. FISH
Havw! located at Snrnmerhiil, in Cambria Coun
ty, respectfully tenders his professional services to
j The public.
Dr. Fish is in possession of a certain preventive
' for Flnx, Scarlet Fever, and Fevers in general, which
he will warrant'for both adults and children for the
! space of one summer season.
.May 6, 15.43.
MIX K. LDIE, Attorney at Lay
Will hereafter regularly attend the sittings
of the courts of this county. During the terms
of Court he may be consulted professionally at
the Hotel of Maj. Davis.
Bedford, Feb. 17, 1851.
ISAAC HUGHS, Attorney at Law,
\\ ILL hereafter regularly attend the sit
v 'i lings of the Courts of this county.—
I During the terms of the Conrt'he may be con
sulted professionally at the Hotel ol Alaj. Davis.
Bedford, March 10, 1851.
SCHOOL TEACHERS WANTED.
Ten School Teachers are wanted to take
charge of the various Schools of Colerain Town
ship. Schools to open on the Ist of November.
All desired information can he obtained by ap
JNO. A.. CORLE,
August 25, 1854-. Colerain Township.
The Partnership heretofore existing between
Thomas ami John King, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons having unsettled
accounts with them, aie requested to attend to
their liquidation without delay.
June 1, 1854. JOHN KING.
Having this day associated Henry S. King,of
the City of Pittsburg, with us in the business of
manufacturing Iron, tire business will he con
ducted under the name and firm of John King
June 9, 1854. JCIIN KING.
If there are any persons in Bedford or the ad
joining counties who had a son or brother by
name of Samuel McGrig'er who enlisted in the
army of the United States sometime about Octo
ber, 1850, at or near Columbia, Pa. they aro
requested to make known the fact to the under
signed, and they may hear of something to Iheir
advantage. A. SAC HP,
P. M. Bedford, Pa.
Sept. 29, 1854—6t.
ON hand, and lor sale, a superior lot of
Cooking, Ten Plate, Parlor, and Church Stoves.
Will. Heaary Leas
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Fort Desmoines, lowa,
Will give special attention to locating lands
—investing money—paying taxes—making col
lections, &.C., iSccf
Of/ 5 * Refers lo Gen. Bowman and lion. Job
Mann. Sept. 8, 1854.
DR. P. S. THOMPSON
Having permanently located at Oentrevtlfe,
Bedford County, Pa. offers his Professional ser
vices to the Citizens of tiie surrounding Coun
try. Office and Residence at the Half-Way
July 28, 1854.—2 m.
Mens, Boys, and Youths, city-made call-skin
Boots, for sale by
A. B. CRAMER & CO.
VINEGAR WANTED.—A fair price will be given
tor Ten Barrels of pure Cider Vinegar, by
Sept. S, 1851. A. B. CRAMER & CO.
TO THE MILLINERY TRADE.
JOHN STONE & SONS,
Importers aiul Dexter} in
FREXCII MILL [.VERY GOODS,
-Xv. la South Second Street, PHILADELPHIA,
Arc now prepared to offer their customers and the
trade an unusually large and well selected assortment
of RIBBONS, SATINS, VELVETS, FEATHERS
j FLOWERS, LACES, ami every other article apper
' taming To the Millinery trade.
OCT" Our stock being of our own direct importation,
! otf. rs great advantages both in styles and prices,
i Oct. Id, 1851. ly.
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