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THODDEB CUTTERS~&~ URUSIU
\ ERS. '" in the Stat*. mv now be had j
at llirtiey'? Hardware Store at M mut" icturers pri
ees. Remember corn fielder eat and m-sh'-d will
cue your cows to vie'd more and ri -hermilk, and
besides will go two-thirds firther in f reding th in :
when fed in the rough Nov. 10 "(55.
R'HK Dl-.ST 131 PROVED MEAT
B CETTEftS AND SU FFERS mav be h-..l at
Nov. 10. '65. HARTLEY'S.
13UTCII EIlS' KNIVES, STEELS,.
) She its. Scissors. T .bl" Knives end Forks, R t- |
Z"r? Ares Adies. An rers. Dmwit g Knives. JI itch-i
ets. Broad Axe?, Mill and Cross Cu'S nvs. II ind ;
hit**. Planes and the largest and he-t as, irtim nt i
of Pocket Knives, may be bail at fltrtley's Store
Nov. 10.
<* I IDEM A KERSwili find Ton's of a! 1
5 ' kin 1-.Calf-skins. Morocco?. Bin Hog*. Linings.
M'eb. Galloon*. L as. French B'iot Powder, '.V tx.
Thread. 'Ev'et-s. Ac., full stork alwavson h 'ml, at
Nov 10. '65. L HARTLEY'S.
SADDLERY, in great variety, at
Nov. Hi. '65. HARTLEY'S.
IALACKHMITILS may obtain from ■
I II ""lev X trtv iy \ i' Iron, If >rse >'lme N !-. '
Hatjs. Fdes. Anvils. Bellows, if 'ml-II •utmers. !
S! < eii>g H tminer-. Bii'irt.-—s, llorax. IKON in i
gr.-it variety. : nd 200Keg*of assorted Horse Shot ?
of Iff-rent makes—and even more if wanted
X v 10. '65.
House KEEPERS win fiwi at j
II irtley's Store s gren vnrietv ■ f household
II ■rdwaie. sueh as Knives and F"r!i?. Spoons id
tf-gant quli v. L nil -. ring!-- or in sets. Shovels :
rn-l T 'H.I- W liters, ten sell-. .*?-issors. Meat S iws,
C irv-js. Paring Knives, Busies. Waffle Ir-ms.
Gii 1 I es. (!rid r> ID"--, Porcelain n d Iron Ket
tles. Ir m Puis. Tubs. Backets. C skets, Broouis.
St.! w Cutters, A? .A- Sm e Poii.-h. Rotieu Sto. j
and i hundred little -kniak knocks' ihatwernn":
efftr i to enumerate. It would be easier to tell
w n w lm'. 'co 11 i.v; t' .•) li. [Nov. 10.
11 Li i. 5 LJC-AUJL* . BRIGHTEST,
1 15 •<(. - 'est atul Pure--, ami for these re i-o.<s
the CHEAPEST COAL OIL it. Bedford, may .1- ;
nays be had :;t i'i it toy's. V u who have nevei j
used nt v o her lit an .!>'• *- rommoa tend. try it. i
Camp ire i ! ind you will always go lo lltriley's. i
Cod Oil Limps in b i.liani profu?i<>r o I gre;
v iriety. very eheap it II ir 1 y's. at* •. \\ i k. L -m-
Tops, A_. Coil Oil Limps r mired. |X >v. 10.
| IBEItTY WHITE LEAD, a pure
l_j snide.
Flaxseed Oil,
Red Lend,
Pu'tnls of ail kinds.
Glass and Putty.
Tow ler. Lea 1 and Shot. The large-tar ek in BvJ
l'orl. and 11 irdvvare ir. ereat v irtetv at
N v 10. HARTLEY S OLD STAND.
.faucy stores.
T) AEGAINS!
j> BARGAINS!
BARGAINS!
Ci'l at Mrs. V B TATE k M. E. KEA'S.
The hanilt. me-, assortment of
BONNETS.
HATS,
CAPS,
RIBBONS.
FLOWERS.
Bonnets for .51.50. wh $5.00 Kibb'.s for 25 el?
wartli 4":—be-l "5 ets. worth 51 00.
II it-- from 75 eetiis un.
D g .nt as-nrtmeut of Velvet Flov.ers. all pr o-?.
COLLARS. CUFFS.
NECKTIE S . SCARFS,
GLOVES. STOCKINGS.
HANDKERCHIEFS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Cord ami Tassels, Gilt Cord.
Silk Buttons,
Bugle Buttons,
Jet Buttons.
Gilt BQO uS.
S eel Battel!--.
Velvet Ribbon- a: i Bugle Gimp Lnee.
'Edging. Telling, :
"Frenth Work. Lae • Veil-. !
Mouruiug Veils Silk Ti-.-ue,
B trtge.
The b-t make of II >"r Skiii?, from 62i ets. to ?t
CLOAK TRIMMINGS OF ALL .-'II'i.US.
II ind.some As-urtment of
CLOAKS.
COATS,
CIRCULARS,
AND FURS.
Mr--. V. B T. & M E. I!., would ii.iorm tbeii j
Inly friends, tbstthi vhav- employed a goal M it -
tu imaki-r, who will in ke drus-< son tbeshnr e
no'i3<;. 1, die? fr-.ti> 'he coil •i v wr'.l up ? id.*d
wi a the HE WEST STYLE of DRESS PAT fEKNS
al v iv, on It and. „ j- Customers wishing Ci -a
and Coats cut cu". .rill have them done I'l v ni
charge Nov. 10. >5.
VikW CHXi—SI NEW GOODS!!—j
Mt-s K ATE DEAL V Mrs M R SCHAFFER.
i re Constantly iteeivicg .A ryrtino /", they keepun ;
hand a fine assortment of Beimels.
Bonnet Silk, Ilats,
Wive . Ribbons,
Fiuvfers. Zephyr goods,
Of all descriptions.
Breakfast Shawls,
Head ( uiforto.
Lilies' and Childrens' H"e,
L . lies' and Children's Gloves,
B Fmoral Skirts,
ILaori Skirts,
Dress Trmituiiigs and Buttons of 1! kind?
Ladies' Siik Scarf-, Meiiuo Ssarfit,
L.idi C liar., and Cuff-.
Ladies' and Gents Handkerchiefs,
Veils,
tkiri Bra d?,
Lmbroid ry Braids,
Sewing Silk, Spool Cotton,
Cois s. ilead Nets.
Belts and Buckles,
Co its . .'ei Cloaks.
They also keep a fine tissu meet < t •' i■ ■: i, which
thee wi I m ike to ml -r uu the shortest n > i • .
They also do ail kinds oi'Sewu M u ira.i
king, Ac. Ladies who a ant a g !i will do ni l!
to _'ive them a call. j Dee. 10, 85.
MV. EET iLRLY, lit -just roiurn
-4 ed from the east vii'll ■■ ! uoe ":. 1 i-lega: :
n-3 >i to; a r of DRY AND FANCY GO >DS.
Frei ch M-rinoes, All AVonl Del tines,
Bomb mines. Plaids.
Sack Flannels. A T p teas.
Mohairs, an 1 a var ; 'v of ofher
DRESS GOOD'S
Calicos, Mas ins. Be . ver C'oth,
Cloaking ami Water Proof Cio lis,
Fhawls and Cio k. !.• vyl—. Furs.
Corsets. Glov •, H'siery, II n dki-rehiefs,
L dies" lire-s C vs. Wo lieu C ips. Twilights,
S ofoams, S irfs. E nhiiii lery .Dr - -'i'i ■ niniiigs.
Velvets, Balmorals, 11 aip Skir s, a I sites.
A li a d-nme assor meut of D. a- Bu'ioux,
Zephyrs, Geruiantow n Wo d. Ladies'
and Cuddreii'.- Sim- s A variety
of ioys and other notions for
Chris'roas. too tedious to enumerate. Call and sc ■
Gnteful orpist fuv rs, 1 would respm-tfuliy so
licit a eontinuince of patronage.
Dee 22—Bin M. C. FETTEULY.
UMPS ! ! !
I um engaged in selling "he
ERIE ITJMP
ccnairly the only pump
well adapted lo this
climate
Tcrsons in need of a
GOOD Ptup,
will do well to give me
a cell.
Oiders from all part* of the county attend
ed :o with promptness.
ADDRESS :
AVM C. SNIVELY,
Sc'uelisburg
Aug 1. '6s—ly
I}EL>EOIU>
) BEDFOKD, PA.
T . M . E Y XC if ,
08 -rs to the public ni d dealers, a large stock of
well grown fiuit trees consisiiug of Al'I'LK TREKS
C lo (i feet iiigh, PEAK, standard and dwarf. I-I.T'M,
CHERRR, APR Is or. M- TAHIM.S. QIINL la. CHAIKS,
of all he ilesirab e kinds, CIIEUHV tl KRA.VT. nod
r. her line v irielies, UAOSEEEKIIMS. sp *Msn < HI <T
M r, EXI.LISH WALNCT, SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL
FLOW EK IKI.ES. ev rgieen I re- s. shrubs ,N.,| vine.-
iu vai iety,.honey,suckle- of all kinds, U udy per
petual tdooininc r' Ses. fi uveritig shrubs, ilaliltaj, ]
fancy v irie'ies, fuchsia*, chry s intlu iuuiiis, Ac.
Hpwatiis id 15(1,000 trees are now on me grounds,
thrify and heal by . Not 1100 aTeg ol trees, as I
souie . fee averts aoutd have ynu bn-lii vc they have,
which is a humbug. Those intending to plant had
better buy tree* riise.l in like soil and olumue.
und run no risks of distunt shipment. I have the
same kinds of fruit and as fine trees as can b. bad
at any DUlSery.
C iiuloguiS sent free to those applying.
Persons at a distance will ple.se write for further
i Form,i ion. Ageuta wauled to svii irees
G0',,1 wages naid |.I HI 26,'ilk—IIQ |
\J lt.-vEjts lIiAALL Uri'LULD
PERSONS
Av a9t.'- J their G -n is.
To aeP. their Goods:
To gutticr itiformntion;
To make known their want?;
Ac , *3. *c 4,. Ac., 4e„ Ae , Ac., i
by tdvomstng u> tb columns ut IUK GAZKTT*. I
flry-(Aocirts, <Troccrics,
rniiE WAR IS OYER,
1 BCT
P. gV. REED
stili carries on the campaign against high prices !
For this purpose he has just laid in a largo supply
of FALL AND WINTER 00DD.5.
Come and see our splenhid assortment of
Cloths.
Cassimcres.
Satinetfs.
Vesting*, Ac.
The fair sex are respectfully invited toexamineour ;
extensive stock of LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such as All Wool Delaines.
French Mcruioes,
Coburg Cloths,
Alruica*,
Cloaking Cloths,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
Gentlemen, call and take a look nt our
lli's ami C ■ a*.
Boots :::>(( Ski's.
Rf ily-m.iile Clothing, 1
etc.. etc , etc.. etc.
We also keep const My ori hai.d he Lest groceries
iu the UMtr ket:
j Coffees, Teas,
Sugars, Syrups,
Table Salt. _ t
and Spice* of all kind*
Also, varieties of e very description, the best To- |
b xceo, Mishler's Bittet*. and every thing usually .
kept in the B dford stores Give us aei I. and
j satisfy your taste end judgment b . for- buying.
2
;in ALL-- —The uiul'-fslsnrd have;
j J,"* jut. ri-eeiv -i very large and elegant assort :
: ujent of
FA I. J. AT) IT TN'J ER GOODS.
i suitable for tb( . ..lOitehinv se - oi. II tvttig pur- j
ch -e l our entire <> :k for CASH, we are enabled ;
| lo offer our friends and custoineis many
REAL lAUGAiNS.
To b • convinced of what we here assert, please
; e*li and examine (he best stock we b..ve ever had j
ihe pleasure of off ring in huy rs.
TERMS— CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE, j
Where ere lit is ex'ct di d. in all cases, after j
six months. ISTEREST will be ad led t! re to.
; Sept. . I-.,., A. B. CRAMER A CO. |
DittSi-s (j <:j;i'w.j hundred;
tie as LADIES DRESS GOODS
FRENCH MERI \'OliS. all colors
j ALL TOOK DEI.AISEF.
I ALL IVitOL REPS.
> ALL WOOL TT.AIDS,
HOMB.tZI V Es. ALPACAS. . L TIMES !
CAS 11 ME 11 ES. > TF LI .AS. Ac.. Ac..
em bra tiibe newest and most elegant styles we
j have vet offered for s:.!,- in Bedt rd.

w 11 A • LS.- -Wtilerloo. .
LAID. LOXG AXD SQUARE BLACK
IS" >JL THIBET SUA '-'.'LS
A -1, the new Z F.I'HYR SII I WLS '
■ Che an a CiiAMER S.
! Sep r ," 29.
! ! 'A.)':ii -.—-!I;::rs No. i Mackerel!
i : • ,d —superi''vju ility Syt r - Sugars.
j Tea, Tobacco, Ac., Ac., cheap at
! Sr. . __ CRAMER'S. ;
| ¥>OOTB ft SHOKE—Great su^riyot
| OIT'OTS an I SHOES, of the m-v b sr fjuni- •
i i y-.c • -leuod t Clt ' MER S. ;
! Sept 2d. j
I /CLOTHlNG.—Gvercoate, Di and }
v. SACKCDATS. I'AXTS AXD VESTS-
Also—Geuta Ftrewoil Flamel Travetling Shirts. -
for s'tle by A. li. CRAMER A CO.
Sept. 29.
(N sV Ri ETI Xft S.—A i; Wool Ra^,:
/LIST. HEMP, and VENITIAN CARPET-1
, IXGS. Also 3.4 5, aid 3-4 FLOOR OIL:
CLO'i'US. of rxtru /It/, for -ate by
A. B. CRAMER A CO.
Sept. 29.
L IV* < ißjL'.c. —Ans w ,Uiid mil sup
plv of all kinds of fill aou winter goods ,
ju- re • i veil and lur s i!o cio-n pa t
Oct 26, '65. -J. M. SHOEMAKER'S Store.
V"INETY Sacks of Ground Alum
.1 Salt just ret rived ami for *He ehe'p at
J. M. SHOEMAKER'S
A L.\RGE a.-st-ortuu-nt of Men's und
J\ Boy's Clothing at J. M. SIIOLMAKER'S.
ll' you want a cheap aat ti at
I J. M. SHOEMAKER'S
1 NEW - '"Miivol'CoHce, .Sugar, >yr
• ,"\ up N. 0 anl Sugar ii ase Hvluset Spiees
j A ..j.wtj'e'-eiv- tat A.M. SHOEMAKER'S
* LA tGE a.--orai. ofFr oci:
rinnes. Ci.-hurgs. Tli'bet ( •::?. .Vpi- us
( iiuoe*. Muslin, all wool del dns J. c., Jus.i r : ei v
ed at . J. M. SHOEMAKER'S.
?>iX)TS AXDSIU ■ ail -i/.cs and
5 ) price-at J. M. SHOEMAKER'S.
4 LA IK. - E as-sortmenl of all -ind- ol
goods a* usually km • iu C—mrj" .--ores for
rHe i.he tp at J. M. SIl JEMAKL.t'S,
|>l.\ MKTS, Bri ,a>. ,-ntl Tubs, just :
} received and for- i!*- d
J. M. -HOEMAKI'I; S.
Cheap corner No I Audersoii Row.
Oct. 20. is;.,.
| ADiES' Cloaking ! olh, Shawis,
2 A Co us fir -vlechevn nt
JrM. SHOEMAKER'S.
rpEERIBLE A('< i DENT JUST OC
i I CURBED!
By aeeideiC. Drrimv * 1 FIBEP, have opened
a large s n.-k <d DRY tiOODS, at A. L- D -fib lugh's i
old stand consisting of
* Dry Goods,
Groceries.
Boots k Shoes of the best make,
Qoeei.sware,
D- eg- and Sniei -•
in virie'y. which they nil -■!! CIILAP EOR
OA.-II Their hint is'-small profi - and quick
sale-! ' D -n't forgot to :• Hi and for your
. selves We ■ • tt. inkfu for jm-t fa -■ and hope
:t continuance in the fluure.
DLFlliAl 'ill A FISHER.
Jan. 5, '6s—3m.
jpiCHABD LEO,
ri? innfactnrtr of
\ CABINET-WARE, CHAIRS, &c. t !
B;',DFor,D. P.%.,
The undersigned being engaged in the Cabinet
m ikit g bu-iness. will make to order nnd keep on
hand everything in h's lino ofmnnufaciure.
BfRHt S. DKs-IN(( SrASDS, I'.tRLoRAND EXTEN
SION TABLES, CHVIB.X. tiLDsfEADS, WASH
STAXDS, Jti:., *C.,
will b? furhi*hed at all pries, and lo suit every;
taste C'IFFINS nil! ai- ■i- made to order.
L. j Prompt attention paid •> all orders for work
. 0 M ip- ri West l'ic S-n-et, nearly upposite i
the resiiletic nf George Shuck.
July Hi. 1.-63 —ti RICHARD LEO. j
< GENTS WANTED!—In ewiyl
V Tuwi ship. Borough and Ward to canvas- fo:
" The (1 it at Lnie- i <■ nine If a a IJiMoei/,"' |
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< f tbe "one or two volume wnrksoul and yet is sola !
for only $1.50, b nnd eiiber in moroeoo or sheep !
•)nr inducements are d- •! ledlv (be best ott'-red.
as we give tlie highest V-anmi-sinn. furnish boxes!
! ti ve. and pay espres.-age on books — ALSO.
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The most tbrillii gly exei ing little book of the '
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?Socts, §!tofs and Varieties.
rpUE GREAT
1 VARIETY STORE'
ANDERSON'S ROW.
11. F. R/I VINE,
REOILATOR or PRICES IN BEDFORD.
Hiving purchased the establishment of Joseph ,
Aloip. Jr.. and added a fresh supply of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
I am determined to sell "a cheap as the cheapest, j
C ill and see my fine assortment of
QUEENSWAKE, GLASSWARE, AC.
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HOSIERY.
GLOVES.
NECK-TIES.
COLLARS, Ac.
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GAITERS of all styles in the market.
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and examine for yourselves! j
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the times and the pockets of purchasers.
N. B. Orders from country tnerch mt promptly
filled at small advance upon city prices.
am also agent for the New England Family
Sewing Machine, which shoul I by in every f itnil.v.
An entire machine for the little sum of SIO.OO.
Call and hunl in yonrorders soon.
Oct. 20, '65. 11. F. IRVINE.
A NOTHER ARRIVAL.—The sub- i
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ladies and gentlemen of Bedford mil vicinity, til it
he has again just returned fro.n Phil (dolphin. with i
a well selected assortment of Ladies', Ucntlemei.'a, i
Misses ami Cbildrva'a
Boots.
Shoes.
G niters,
and Balmorals,
of various erir-'ions. to which Tie respectfully ;
invt'-s their attention.
FOR GENTLEMEN. BOYS A.\'l> YOT TIG,
he has every thing in their line, together with a
sock of Gentlemen Furnishing G aid-, consisting
of cellars (all sr, lest, scarfs. s.:if-pins. nock-ft--". j
hu'terflies, susp">i.!eis. h-nidkeichicfs. Ac . Ac.
AIM. the !>. -• brands TOBACCO AND CIGARS. !
all of which will be sold at a very small advance
tOC.VSB AND SHORT-TIStB ROVERS
As h-retofore stated, we do not bonst that ours ,
is the largest. cheii-.t. AMI brut assortment of j
1) "its and .Shoes < v -r brought to Bedford, but we i
have bough; according '• our men us. feeling as.sur- |
I'd that th best and 1 -ei iedly the MO't lasting |
advetNi.—men', is a trial of the goods. But whilst |
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is none be •'* r.
II tving b -en he the shoe business all our life, we i
feel a is lie 1 that we fully understand our business, j
ami have purchased our goods accordingly. We :
have on hand a nic- s oak of plain and fine
S T A T IO V E II Y .
to which we invite attention.
Repairing done with neatness and despntch. and
all rips of our own goods sewed free of charge.
£ remember ! All rips RETARD or pegged :
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We take pier.sure in saying that we have an ex
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October 20. 'fio.
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March 2, "till
MUSICAL INSTRI MENTS.—B.
M. GREENE has opened his Music Store,
uuc door west of W Lewis' D ink Store, where he
keeps constantly on hand STEIN WAY .V SONS'
and UAEIILE'S Pi,mo Munufuciumig Company's
PIANO,-., MASON A UAMI.IN'S OA It INK! GR
OANS and CAKIIAUT, NLEO II AM & GO'S' ME
LODEONS ; Guitars, Violius, Files, Flutes; Guitar
ami \ ioliu Str ugs.
Ml SIC 150UKS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower,
Golden Censor. Go den Trio, Ac., Ac.
SHEET Ml'SiC—He is constantly receiving front
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11 distance wishing, can order, and have them scut
by milil, at publisuer'g prices,
and Organs warranted for fire years.
'loose wishing to buy auy of the above articles
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New Turk and Philadelphia.
Circulars of instruments sent promptly upon ap
plication with any additional information desired.
B. M GKEENF,
* Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
One dour west ot Lewis' Book Moro.
Dr. C N Hickok, Agent, Bedford, P .
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mas BEDFORD GAZETTE
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[
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MEYEUS & ME NGEI,
PROPRIETORS.
...
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i proveinents to our office, we are pre
pared to execute all orders for
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JJELMIi(>LiyS
E X TR ACT BIT C II I*.
JIELMBOLD S BVCHU
IIE LMIiO LDSIIUCIIU.
IJELMBOLD'S BUOIIU.
The only known remedy for
DIABE T E S,
IRRITATION OF TIIE NECK OF TIIE BLAD
DER. INFLAMMATION OF THE KID
NEYS, CATARRH OF THE BLAD
DER. STRANULKY OR PAIN-
I
FUL URINATING.
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy,
nn<i too much cannot bo said in its praise. A
single dose has becD known to relieve the most ur
gent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing pair, in
the small of the back and through the hips? A
teaspoonful a day of Holinbold's Buchu will relieve
you.
I'll YSICIANS AND OTHERS
PLEASE NOTICE.
I in-ike no secret of ingredients Helmbold's
! Extract Buchu is composed <d Buchu. Cuhebs. and
j*Juniper Berries, selected with great care, prepur
i ed in vacuo and according to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
! These ingredient? are known as the most v.ilua
| hie Diuretic* aff -rded.
A DIURETIC
Is that which acts upon the kidneys.
*
| HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU
ACTS GENTLY,
i Is pleasant in tnte and odor, free from all injuri
! ous properties, du<l immediate in its action.
Ft IRTIIE SATISFACTION OF ALB,
; See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory
j oftheU. S., of which the following i? a correct
I copy:
••BUCHU.—Its odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aror-atic. it? ta-te bitterish, aad analo
gous to that f mint. It is given chiefly in com
plaints ol the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel
chronic Catarrh of t.e Bailer, Morbi 1 irrita
tion of the Bladder and Urethra. Diseases of the
Prostrate, and Retention or the Incontinence of
Urine, from a loss of tone ia the parts concerned
in its evacuation It has also been reeommeuded
in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Af
fections. and Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the Prac
tice ot Physic.
See Remarks ma le by tbe celebrated Dr. Phy
sic. ot Philadelphia. - '
See any and all Standard Work on Medicine.
FROM THE
1. A R G E S T
MAN UFA! TURING CHEMIST
IN TIIE WORLD.
lam acquainted with II T. Ilelmbold: he occu
pied the drug store opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the business where
other* bad not been equally so before bitn I have
been favorably impressed with bis eharaett r and
enterprise.
WM. WEIGIITMAN,
(Finn of Powers A Weightman,)
Ma>t afacl it ring Chemist *,
Ninth acd Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
[ From the Phttad'u Evening Bulletin, Mar.. 10 ]
We arc gratified to hear of the continued suc
*eess, in New Y'ork, of our townsman, Mr. 11. T.
He'tnbold. Druggist. His store, next to tbe Met
ropolitan Hotel, is 23 tret front, 2.30 feet deep, aud
five stories in height. It is certaiuly a grand es
tablishment, and speaks favorably of the merit of
his articles. He retains his Office and Laboratory
in this ci y, which are also model establishments
f their class.
The proprietor has been induced to make this
; sta einent from tbe fact that his remedies, although
I advertised, aie
GENU INE PREPARATIONS,
And. knowing that the intelligent refrain from u
aingsny thing pertaining toQunekerv. or the Pat
ent Medicine order—most of which are prepared i
by se'f-s'yleAl)oc:ors, who are too ignorant to ipiid !
a physician's simplest prescription, much less com
petent to prepare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various meansof effecting sales, such as copying
parts of advertisements of popular remedies, and j
finishing wi:h certificates.
The Science of Md liviui stands SIMPLE. PURE
and MAJESTIC. —having Fact f.ri;s Basis, In
duction for its Pillar, Truth alone for i s Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most important; and the afflicted ,
should n-'t use an advertised remi dy, unless its
contents or ingredients are known to o hers be
sides tbe manufacturer, or until they are satisfied
"f the qualifications of the party so offering.
lIELMBOLD'S
GeJlit i7I e Pre pa ratio 71..
FLUID EXTRACT BU JIIU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WATER.
Established upwards of Id years.
Prepared by 11. T. UELJICOLD.
PR INC IP A L D I:PO TS.
IIELMHOLU'S Drug and Chemical W rehouse
594 Brotultc.lL/, Nfte Yo I; (
And IIELMBOLn's Medical Depot, 104 South
Tenth Street. Philadelphia, Pa. I j
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. J
Oct. 30,'t(5.-Iy. 1
QIUUNKUs BALSAMIC CoiY.'fi
SYRUP
For Gatttrh*, Co Ll*. Croup, Whoop,,, a Cm", I,
j Asthma, Urniirhitis. Spi/iina
Pa i.t a}"/ \Vtut arts of the Beast,
Difficulty of Urea inns. Ar
This is no new remedy. It has been used r of
number of years in Maryland a. d part; of p,- a
; sylvan is, and has, wherever known. sc ( iiiioi„ t
unprecedented repiration for curing the var
diseases for which it is reeon mended.
So apparent is i s us-fn'n •-?. and so rernatka',,:
I has been its cures, th it it is fist superceding e \
jo h.-r remedy for those diseases. The nfiii.A.i „
rely upon its doing as much lor them, ami in r. ■!
cases more than any other remedy now In I.'.
public,
It is recommended .md prescribed in the r, r ., c
tice of a Urge number of the most ii tclligr: '•
; able physicians of Maryland. It is used -M!
| sidered an indispensahie household ren 'rlv bv
! large portion of ilie fi st families of the *ia , '
11 is used by all classes of society and -| K .' m
j vers 11 op'nion is that it is goal. 'Tin, ,s,
Partly Vegetable Compound. Ilia pleas.i •
' lake, and never does iijuiy But owing :1
purifying qualities, must do good under anv , ,
•-u.iis.ai.ee-. Its effects are truly wonderful. "...
ing, calining. and allaying the most .
coughs, purifying, strengthening and iu-i.r, . ,
the whole sy deiii.calutii.g mid Soothiu.';i -,,
ntdiigand facilitating expectoration! ,:,d '
ing the
DISEASED LUNG .
, thus striking at the root of disease, and drivir •
! irom tbe system.
CROUP.
This disease is announced hy difficult v..fbp
, | iug, shrill whistling or wheezing, hiu-tiirg ~
ami threatened suffocation. Ac It nmstli ~ .
i in young childien No child need die "
lids Syrup is properly used and used in
j Mothers baa iug ci-.upy children ,-bould ■:
• | fust show of.he disease, aud always hi t .
' remedy at hand.
Eoi coughs after nieasl's this syrun is moet ej.
j<" I lei.t. Exp ienc lias proven that it I- . '
by no other preparation
The price oj the remedy is such w to ; 1 ice it
i ! ui hiu i In■ reach of all. ibe poor as w.-ii ,
i ri li. ai.d eveiy person should have it.
Evmy p. ism slmu! 1 hive ii in the 1. ase. Lj,
. [ a true and fai hful friend to all wl o value fa,- j . ;
and wish to secure ih n.selves against ihii
terrible dis. ,a?c, consumption, it will t■ t ,. .
j I lie must useful - well as the cheapest fuiuilv
i.ii.e in ihe world I: ha been u-cd for the |,,.
{ font years win asu cess without :t parallel,
l'rice all els. per bottle.
Prepared by is. A. Pouiz A Bro.
Furs vie by 11, C Reaiuer and 11. F Hturv
. Dmggisis. Bcdf-rd, l'a.
August 11, l&oi—ly.
Use Si.ri iter's Balsamic Cough. Syrup, and
; Save your Children. No child ore.l die of
j Croup ij thts Sprup is used in time.
0 H 11 I N E 11' H INDI A X
t ' VER M I FUG E.
Since the introduction of this beautiful preps rn
ti ui, it bus been steadily advancing into public
j f.ivur. 1 s astonishing efficacy in expelling oimi
; has won fur it many friends wberev r known, i i
j these are speaking its prmse to oilier', so that it
ti is fast being introduced into every fimilv in tlie
... land. Tbe demand for it is '■ ecuming in incuse ~
! To make it srill more worthy the preference a!
I I teady shown it, tbe PROPRIETOR is putting it u;
iu a much handsomer s vie thin formerly. It
' prepaied with ibe gre ttes. care of ui ii .ru
. j streng h. ni.b plain directions, so that any ott
' can administer ii
i If IS ENTIRELY VEGETABLE—PER
; Ft.CTLY SAFE AM) HARM LESS
: And has i tver been known lo fail toexpel w-tins
1 where worn.3 txis ed. Tbe proprietors boldly as
si r that it is superior to av.y other preparation ii
the wur d.
Ask for 3IIRINER S INDIAN VEIIMI
FtuE, and take no uiher. Pitce 23 centi
, per tootle.
* # *Frepared by S. A. Fouiz A Bro.. and fo
! sale at tbe drug stores of K.-umer ami llarrv. Be I
! lord. Pa. August 11, 1333—1y.

Shrinef* Indian Vermifuge, to destroy HV;u,
if entirely Veglnh/r— I erjectly Safe
aud Ilarmlns*.
I
; O U TZ'S MINT IT II E.
I J. Is a saft ami rclianle remedy for the cure of
Rheum itism. Painful Nervous A*ffee:iot Sntains.
Burns, ijivellin/s and all disease* requiring an ex
ternal application on man.
On horses it vv>ll r-.tvt r fail to cure Pnlcevil,
Fistul i. oi l running gores, or Sweet y, if properly
applied. For sprains, bruises, scratches, crooked
hoof.*, chafes, siddles etr collar gill, cuts or
wounds, it is an ii,i llible remedy. Try it and bo
' convinced ot' its efficacy.
K II J. I M A T I S M.
Persons nliiioted wi h this disease no matter td
how long standing, can be piomp ly and eflee.tisl
ly cute.l by using this Mixture.
J here is ho.liing iu the woild so sure and so
i good to take away bard corns, and cure Frost
Bites as mi* prepa;a:ion. Try it and * • :•
yourselves. Price 5u and 75 cents per bottle
Prepa" if by
S A. FOUTZ. B iltitnore. Md.
I For s tie at tbe drug s ore- of Reatucr and
j lLoy. BeilWil. Pa. jAug. 11, 133a —ly
Foulz's Mixture is the, best Liniment for man
and Beast itoic m use.
'. D O U T Z ' 8
1 CELEBRATED
IH>RS EA ND CATT<.E
PO'YPE' : >
THESE Powders have proved after a trial l '
' several ye as. to be superior to nnv prop-in. ' '
I tbe kind in use The chief supeiiori y<f *R' il
• powders arises from the fact that they are cm"
posed "f medicines ihnt have Laxa-ive, Tor,if - '
Pin ifi ing ptoperlies. The laxative ejects erra
tics from the stomach ana intes ires, the t"', 10
j gitcs strength 'o the sys-t m of the Horse, nr.-l tie
j purifying medicines contained in them rii'" >f
! the blood, at d lay the fonndatior for a vigorou
and healthy cireuiation. Theuseofthim in pr>'< —
i the wind, streng hens tho appetite at-d g : v-s tiw
! horse a fine, smooth and glossy skin —thus iinr rn F
1 ing the appearunee. vigor and spitil uf this nib "
! animal.
These powders are not intended, as tno'l r 11 "
ders are. to bloat Ihe animal, so a* to give hii" , ' ;e
appearance of being fat when not really so—hut.
to remove ibe disease and promote bis general
; health.
These powders will streng he-, the stomach a' l
; inlestir.es. cleanse them fn ui nfiersive a utter, an '
bring them to a boat ■by stale. They area -u r
prcveir ivc of Lm g Fever, mid a certain r in >
for all diseases incident to the Horse. asGlai oerS,
\ i-llow Water. Dis'einptrs. Founder, licit''"-
Si iveirrg. Coughs. Fevers. Loss of Appetiie, mat
\ i al Energy. Ac —3 hose Powders, if used two
three times a week, through the winter .and spring.
your horse, will never get the Lung Fever. C"iic> ,r
Bolls A few dos-s of these pond as will nin't*
ihe worst cough, on any horse. Were owners
horses to feed a few of the-e powder? every ycsi.
they might save the lives of many valuable horses
MILCII COWS.
The properties ilus powder possesses in increas
ing tbequiutity of milk in cows, gives it :ui m.-
portaoee and value which should place it in i'"'
bands of every person keeping a cow. Iu i u tea
ing cattle, it gives ihertt an appeiite. loosens tbeir
hide, and makes them thrive much faster.
lIJGS. .
In all diseases of swine, as coughs, ulcers in In'
lungs and liver, Ac., by putting from half a paper
lo a paper ot these powders iu u barrel ot-wi n
the ab-ve diseases can bo cured or entirely pre*
veined. By using these powders the hog Cholera
can be prevented.
Prepared bv S. A KOI TZ
Westminster, -Md.
F#* For sale at the Drug Stores of lic.au.vi > d
llany, Bedford Pa. Aug. It, Ps ly.
The above medicines caub - hoi at wiuuiac
furor's prices of Johtisou, 11 dloivav & tow teu
l'htl'a., J. J. Bender, Pittsburg, Liughlou A
RuoLlicld, (I hueiing, V,

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