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No. 306 N. Third St., abovo Vine, PHILADELPHIA, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Hoisiery, Gloves, Shirts and Drawers, Buttons, Suspenders, Hoop Skirts, liandki rchiefs, Threads, Sewing jjilks. Port Monnuies Soaps, Perfumery, Trimmings, Fancy Goods and Notions generally. ALSO, anufacturers of Brushes and Looking Glasses, and Dealers in Wood and Willow VVare, Brooms, Ropes, Twines, Ac. febl,'67yl TAYLOR, Wholesale TOBACCO Dealer, No. 336 Market Street, One Door below 4th. PHILADELPHIA. feb 1,'67yl W ART MA N A ENO ELM AN, TOBACCO SNUFF AND SEOAR MANUFACTORY, No. 313 NORTH THIRD STREET, Second Door below Wood, PHILDELPHIA, J. W. WARTMAN. E. P. KSGKLMAN. febl,'B7yl JGUNTING BROS., D R Y - G O O D S, 428 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA. febl,'67yl * JAMES BOYD, (formerly CARSON A BOYD,) Y O UNO, MOORE & CO. Hosiery. Notions, White Goods, Embroideries, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ao., No. 429 MARKET ST., and 418 Commerce St., PHILADELPHIA. * marlsyl TTAT AND CAP EMPORIUM. LAING'S, N. E. Corner 6th and Chestnut Streets, # PHILADELPHIA. Men's and Boys' Furnishing Goods, in every style and quality. Shirts made to order. IBASE-BALL HEADQUARTERS fur all kinds of articles, such as Caps, Bats, Balls, Belts, Shoes, Bases, Ac * marlsyl Q S. CAMPBELL & CO., Manufacturing CONFEC I'IONERS, " and wholesale dealers in FOREIGN FRUIT*. NUTS, Sec No. 303 Race St., PIIILADLLPHIA. Also, manufacturers of all kinds of Molasses Candy and Cocoanut work. dec 6. 67yl A- B- CUNNINGHAM. | J- H. LKWAFLS. | J S- OLEIM. /CUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO., I J WFLOLESALE DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARS, No 408 Market Street, above Fourth, PHILADELPHIA. decC, 67yl . , TTMRST NATIONAL WHITE LEAD. This Paint is Manufactured of the . BEST AND PUREST MATERIAL WARRANTED Equal to any made, for durability and brilliancy. GIVE IT A TRIAL AND VOL' WILL SEVER USE AST OTHER. _ *OLI) BY ALL DEALER:S IV PA IN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. T. MORRIS PEROT A- CO., Wholesale dealers in Drugs. Paints, Oils, Glass, Ac 021 Market, ami 612 Commerce Sts. PHILADELPHIA, PA. CAUTION —Owing to the popularity of our First National Lead, other parties have been induced to offer a spurious article. Beware of Counterfeits. sc~ The Genuine is put up in Ex tra Heavv Tin i'aiot Pots., with Patent meta.ltc wire handles, and the name of T. Morns Perot A Co. on eaeh label. dec 6, 67yl J HENRY BUTTON, * • WITH SHUMWAY, CHANDLER & Co., Wholesale Manufacturers and DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, 221 Market and 210 Church Streets, PHILADELPHIA. Y'our patronage is respectfully solicited. Aug3o,'67. COTTAGE ORGANS are U still ahead of all competitors and stand un rivalled in POWER. PURITY OF TONE and BRILLIANCY, and all oiher points which go to make a first-class instrument. The "VOX HUMANA TREMOLO ' istho great est of all modern improvements on reed instru ments. It CHARMS and SURPRISES all who hear it, by its wonderful resemblance to the HU MAN YOiCE. Do not confound this with the common tremolo in use. It is entirely different, snd far superior to any other. For sale wholesale and retail by E. M. BRUCE, 18 X. Seventh Street, Philadelphia. Semi for descriptive circular and price list. I'he effect of _,our "Tremoio is entirely new to me, and is eertamly the best I ever heard.—GEO. W. MORGAN. [The first Organist of America. No Tremolo has yet been invented that will In any degree compare with this lor beauty of effect. In faet, it seems to me to be absolutely perfect.— WM. A. JOHNSON Pipe Organ Builier. Estey's Cottage Organs are without a superior for exceedingly quick articulation and round tone tho essertial features in instruments of this class —GEO. JARDINE, Pipe Organ Builder. The Cottfge Organ is the best of its class I ever saw and .he beet adapted for chureh music of any in use C HEINTZ, Organist. Fiudlay. 0. I am much pleased with the Cottage Organ which I purchased from you ; it eom&infcs sweetness and power in an unusual degree, and is quite a favor ite in our family circle. —BISHOP SIMPSOH. We know no organs of the class which possess so many valuable quaIities.—INDEPENDENT. For the parlor, its sweetness is remui*ible; for the church it has a power more organ-like than anything we have seen.—METHODIST. Persons wishing to purchase an organ are re quested to examine tho Kstev instruments now in use at the Presbyterian and Episcopal Churches, Bedford. Pa. ju!26. 67 V AMMOTII SALE BILLS, print od at short notice Larg Bills make large | sales. We know it to he .<>. I IT! It will ' much more than pay the extra r rpe.in of print ING Call at THK GAZICTTB JOB OFF j 4 BABE CHANCE IS OrriaffiD A ALL PERSONS fo display their Goods; T< el! their Goods: To gather information; To make known their wants; ! Ac., Ac. Ac. Ac., Ao., Ac., Ac., Ac., he IDV RNSINGIN the eolamns ofTHB GAZETTF.. _ gout. \\RABHINGTON HOTEL, BED- W FORD, PH.—This large and commodious house, having been re-taken by the subscriber, is now open for the reception of visitors and board ers. The rooms are large, well ventilated, and comfortab'y furnished The table will always be supplied w'ifh the best the market can afford. The Bar is stockod with the choicest liquors. In short, it is my purpose to keep a FIRST-'JLASS HOTEL. Tbankiig the public for past favors, I respectful ly solicit a renewal of their patronage. N. B. Hacks will run constantly between the Hotel and the Springs. may!7,'67yl W. DIBERT. Prop'r. [BEDFORD HOTEL.—The un ) dersigned having taken charge of the Bed ford Hotel, formerly kept by Col. John Hafer, an nounces to the public that he will be able to af ford the best accommodations, both to the travel ing public and home custom. The house will be improved and re-fitted, and the Bar will always be well supplied with choice liquors. His table will be supplied with the choicest edible?of the season, and he will spare no pains to make it suitable for all. His stable is one of the best in Bedford, and a good hostler will always be in attendance. kjf'Boarders taken by'the week, month or year. Terms reasonable. The public are respectfully in vited to give bim a call. JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER. Jan. 15, '64 rp H E MEN GE L IIOU BE, Juliana Street. Bedford, Pa The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform the travelling public thst he has recently enlarged, improved and refitted his house, both for the ac commodation of travelers and boarders, a3 well as country customers. Persons coming to this place for the purpose of visiting the Bedford Springs, will find this house pleasantly located. Ample and convenient Stabling is attached to | this Hotel, which will always be attended by a : careful hostler Also a safe and convenient car riage house. All are invited to give him a call. I • ISAAC MENGEL, Proprietor. April 15, '64. r T N I O N H O T E L, WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD. PA : V. BTECKMAN, Proprietor. This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom modate the public in the best manner and on the most liberal terms. May 9, '62. I GUIS A MUHL BACH'S HIBTOR j ICAL NOVELS D. APPLETON & CO., 443 and 445 Broadwav, New York, HAVE JUST PUBLISHED, The Empress Josephine. An Historical Sketch of tho Day? of Napoleon. 1 vol., Bvo. Paper covers $1.50 ; Cloth. $2. Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia. . I vol., Bvo. Paper covrs. 81.50 ; Cloth. $2.00. The Daughter of an Empress. 1 vol.. Bvo. Il lustrated. Paper covers. $1.50 ; Cloth. $2 00. Marie Antoinette and Ilrr Son. 1 vol.. Bvo. Paper covers, £l5O ; Cloth, $2 00 Joseph 11. and His Court. Translated from the German by Adelaide de V. Chaudron. 1. vol., Bvo. Cloth. $2 00. Frederick the Great and His Court. Translated from the German by Mrs. Chapman Coleman and her Daughters. 1 vol., 12ino. 434 pages. Cloth, $2.00. Berlin and Sans-Sonci; or, Frederick the Great and nis Friends. 1 vol 12 mo. C.loth, $2 00. The Merchant of Berlin. Translated from the Germnn by Amory Coffin, M D. 1 vol., 12mo. Cloth, $2.00. Frederick the Great and His Family. 1 vol., Bvo. Illustrated. Cloth, 52.00. Jjouisiaof Prussia and Her Times. 1 vol., Bvo. Illustrated. Paper covers, $1.50; Cloth, $2.00. Henry VIII. and Catharine Parr. An Histori cal Novel. By L Muhlbach. 1 vol., 12mo. Cloth. $2.00. P ROMINENT CHARACTERISTICS. /. They are Instructive. '•As purely literary works, these histoiieal ro mances possess a high degree of merit. They read like genuine histories — Catholic World. "Tbey are correct descriptions of the countries and the people described." — Herald. 11. They are Entertaining. "We regard these book# as among the best and most entertaining novels m the day."—Spring field Republican. % "The reader is at once fascinated a-iaheld spell bound until the volume is completed."— Free Press. "There is no dull chapter in H. '—Uoca Her ald. Ill—They are mirrors of the Times. ••No one can pursue theui without conceding the author's great skill in grasping and delinea ting the characters wuich figure conspicuously in them. "The study which enables the author to deline ate so accurately the emotions and incentives to action which moved men and women of a past age must be close and untiring, and Louisa Muhlbach shows in all of her works a perfection which car ries the reader into the very presence of the char acters represented.''— Syracuse Jourual. IV.— They are Historically Correct. "Historically correct, and as entortainiug as many of the volumes of Sir Walter Sco t."—Prov idence Herald. "Louisa Muhlbach must have carefully and dil igently studied the secret histories of the times and countries of which she writes, and her task is done well and ell actively —H orcester Spy. "No Historical Novelist has labored so faithful ly and successfully to reproduce a complete pic. ture of past times and even'- —Utica Herald. V.— They are Original • It baa agreeably surprised readers to find a new writer with sncb constructive genius and knowledge ofciisracter u L'lii-a Muhlbach pos sesses."—Public Ledger. • Each succeeding nov 1 adds to Mr?. Mundt s reputation a? a writer of historic fiction.—" N. Y. Times. VI —They are full of lin igi nation. "She is not only the skilful joiner, but a neat handed artizan " — Christian Witness. "Tnere is seldom any straining after effect, but it is really wonderful how Madame Mundt mana ges to sustain and increase the interest to the end."— City hem. "Ihe word-painting of the authoress is much more effective than the best efforts of the engrav er."— lllinois State Register. VII.— Ttuy Contain Anecdotes of Courts. "Scottish history offered uo fresher and more romantic material to the magic working hand ot Sir Walter Scott than she finds in the annals of the German courts."— Evening Gazette. "There are not to be found anywhere in human annals, unused, such magnificent, such superabun dant materials for "oroance, as clog toe chronicles ol the Prussian and Austrian courts ot the 18th cntury. By their dress, their manners, their modes of thought, their language, they are almost as much separated from us as if they had lived oue thousand years ago."— Observer. VIII They tell about Eupcors, Kings, and Queens. "We learn from her not only how Frederick William and Frederick the Great, Joseph the Second, Voltaire, Rousseau, Baron Trenck, the Empress Catherine, walked and talked in tbeir grand roles, but how they powdered their, hair, flirted, and took tea."— Register. The choice of her subjects exhibits her genius She takes the time of Frederick the Great, Jo seph the Second, for example, and upon the back ground oi facts which the chronicles of the periods affords, she embroiders the bright and sombre colors, the light and shades of her fiction, with the skill of a consummate artist."— The Eagle. IX—The Style is Interesting. "The styie of this writer for purity, perspicuity, and elegauce, is something greatly to be com mended. It is free from imitations, mannerisms, and tricks of every kind."— The Argun. "The translations do justice to the vivid, pi quant style of the original; and the story is full of movement and crowded with instructive and entertaining incident.' — lhe Chicago Post. -The interest of the book does not depend up on its characters nor its incidents, nor yet on its charming style, but on iis general hurmony ot composition." — Day Book. X.—Everybody is Reading them. "Our people seem to have stopped reading French novels, and English works are complained of as duii. Alias Muhlbach precisely supplies the public want. ••The novels of Clara Mundt are being read by every oue." — Times. "Aluhlbach's novels have a worldw ide repu tation, and are read with avidity, asfast as issued from the press.' Springfie.ld Republican "They are winning a. v.nie and deserved popular ity in this country — State Journal. Hither of the Sovtls nut free by mail to any j add reus an receipt of price. jan3lml j OYE.S! O YES I O Yes i-rfbe un- j dersigned having taken out auctioneer li cense holds himself in readiness to cry sales and auctions OB the shortest notice, liive htui a call. Address hiui at Itay's Hill, Bedford county. Pa. ~ ;:>.JUI WILLIAM GKACEY._ IFMBEIL— 60,000 feet Oak, White j and Yellow Pino Lumber ou hands and fo sate bv J. B. u ICLIAMS a CO . jttni l,'t>7tf Bloody Run, Pa. 1 rjAHE BEDFORD GAZETTE is the L best Advertising Medium n Southern Petvn-, syl vania rpEKMS for every tksoription of Job | PRINTING CASH! for the reason that for every article we use. we must pay cash; and the cash system will enable us to do our work as low *, it can be done in the cities stationery, I\T v\ iov Ok STATIONERY AND PICTURE STORE. The undersigned hag opened, in Shafer's build ing, on Julianua street, a new BOOK, STATIONERY AND PIC TURE STORE. Having purchased the largest stock of Books and Stationery ever brought to this place, at the low est wholesale prices, he flatters himself that he will be able to sell cheaper than any other persons engaged in the same business. His stock in part of School Books, Miscellaneous Books, • Standard Poetry, Popular Novels, Also Hymn-bcoks l'or all denominations. Episco pal Prayer-books, Missals, Ac., Ac. Children's Story Books, Toy Books. Books on Parlor Magic, Books on Games, Song Books, Dime Novels, etc., etc. His stock of School Books embraces Osgood's serie sof Readers, Brown's Grammars, Brooks' Arithmetics, Davies' Algebra, Raub's Speller, and all the books used in the Common Schools of Bed ford county ; also, all kinds. Stationery of every description at the lowest prices, will'be found at his store, including Fools cap, plain and ruled Legal cap. Letter cap. Bill Paper. Commercial Note, Ladies' Note, Envelopes, of all kinds, and sizes, plain, fancy, fine white wove, Ac., Ac.. Steel Pens. Pen-holders, Slates and Slate Pencils, Faber's Lead Pencils, of all numbers, Ink-stands of the most beautiful and convenient designs, and Inks of the best quality at the lowest prices. Also, a large assortment of Kerosene Lamps, Plain and Fancy Soaps, Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos, Cigars, Pen-knifes, Perfumery, Ac. A specialty will be made of the Picture De partmeut. Fine Large Portraits of Washington, Lincoln, Johnson and other distinguished Ameri cans. Fancy Pictures, Stereoscopes and Stereo seopic Views. Picture Frames, Ac., Ac , will be always kept on hand. Porte Monnaics, Pocket books, handsome Port-folios, Ac. Also, Violins, Accordeonsand other Musical Instruments ; Check er-boards, Chess-men, etc., etc. Hoping to merit the patronage of the public, he has selected his stock with great care, and is bound to sell cheap to all who will give him a call. JOHN KEEFFE. Bedford, Dee. 13. rpHE INQUIRER BOOKSTORE.— | The subscribers have just opened a Book and Stationery Store, in the building adjoining the "Inquirer Offiee," opposite the "Mengel House," lately oocrfpied by Mrs. Tate, where they are pre pared to sell all kinds ol Stationery, such as Fools cap, Congress, Legal and Record cap, Long Bill, Sermon Letter, Congress Letter, Commercial Note, best quality, B ith Post largo and small, La dies' note (gilt), Ladies' Octavo note (gilt), Mourn ing different styles, French note, Envelopes of all kinds and qualities. Pass Books at least a dozen varieties, Pocket Ledgers, Time Books, weekly and monthly, Tuck Memorandums, twenty different kinds, Diaries of all descriptions, Blank Books, Long Quarto, Broad, Ledgers and Day Books, all sizes and qualities, Chalk Crayons, Slates, Arn old's Writing Fluids, Hoover's Inks, Carmine Inks, Chariton's Inks, Sand, Pocket Books, all kinds. Banker's Cases. Carpenter's Pencils, twen ty kinds of other peneils, a variety of pens and pen-holders, Stationer's Guift, Clerk's Indelible Pencils, Gum Bands, Pocket-book Bands, Flat Glass Ink Wells and Racks, School Inkstands, Baromerter Inkstands with Rack, Pocket Ink stands, Sand Boxes, Pencil Sharpeners, Receipt Books different kinds, Copy Books, Composition Books. Primers, A. B. C. Cards, Osgood's Spell ers and Ist 2d, 3d, 4th and sth Readers, Brooks' Primary Mental and Written Arithmetics,"Mitch ell's Intermediate Geography, Brown's Grammar. Lossing's Pictorial History of the United State* Sealing Wax, Blanks, Deeds, Blotting Pads, Photo graph Albums, various kinds and sizes, Almanacs, Ac., Ac. Persons wishing anything in this lino will find it to their advantage to givo tho "In quirer Book Store" a call. We buy and sell for cash and expect to sell as cheap as goods of the same class "and quality can be sold anywhere out side of the large cities. n0v,29'67yl DURBtJRROW A LLTZ. rsuiE SUN, A MORNING PAPER. Terms o/S inscription .—By Mail, $6 tor twelve months ; $3 for six months; $1.50 for three months. THE WEEKLY SUN, A FIRSTCLASS FAMILY NEWSPAPER, tor 1867. This Journal, with a reputation for excellence surpassed by none of its coteuiporaries, comprises all those characteristics of a newspaper which adapt it to the wants ot the people of the towns, villages and rural districts. Its claims to public approval consist of its excellent Novelettes and Tales, Late and C mpact Details of News. Agricultural Papers, Reviews of Markets, Poetry, Wit, Humor, Science and Art, And General Variety. „ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION TIIE W EEKLY SUN is published Every Satur day at the following exceedingly low rates to in dividuals and clubs when sent from one pos office. The money in all cases to be remitted in advance For One Copy for One Year SI 50 Club of Six Copies, Ode Year 8 00 Club of Twelve Copies, One Year 15 00 Club of Fifteen Copies, One Year 18 00 Club of Twenty Copies, One Year 22 00 Club of Twenty-five Copies, One Year 25 00 For the convenience of temporary subscribers the WEEKLY SUN will be mailed forsix months forone dollar. Parties ordering for a shorter period will be charged the same price, viz. one dollar. A. S. ABELL & CO., Publishers, Baltimore and South Streets, Baltimore, Md. janl7,'6B _ " TFNTER P R I 8 E MACHINE WORKS, Logan Street, - LEWISTOWN, Pa. H. 1). SLAGLE A BRO., Pro'rs. O. R. DAVIS, Superintendent. MANUFACTURERS OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, PORTABLE AND STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS; , Portable Steam Saw Mills ; Iron and Brass castings oi every description made and fitted up for Mills, Factories, Blast Furnaces. F'orges, Rolling Mills, Ac. We call the attention of J.ANNEKS to our Oven for Burning Tan under Steam Boilers. TERMS MODERATE. /Ml orders promptly attended to, H. D. SLAGLE & BRO., Bcp27m6 Lewistown, Pa. fiIHE CELEBRATED X ESTEY COTTAGE ORGANS. J. ESTEY & CO., Brattleboro, Vt., The Original Inventors and Manufacturers. Combining more perfections than any other in the world Have taken the Ist premiums at all the prinoipal Fairs in the country. 395 Wasbicgtan-st., Boston ; 417 Broome-st., N. Y.; 18 No. 7th.st.; Philu ; 115 RaDdolph-st., Chicago. BEDFORD CLASSICAL SCHOOL. Founded bv Rev'd John Lyon, 1859. FREDERICK WOODS, PRINCIPAL A first-class school for the instruction of youth ! oi both sexes in a classical and English educa- j tion, including Latin, Ureek, French, German, j Mathematics and the ordinary English branches, j Teruio moderate. Studeuts trow a distance can obtain board in town Rt reasonable rates, I REFERENCES. Hon. A. King, Jacob Reed, • Hon. John G. Hartley, John P. Reed, Win. Hartley, H. Nicodemus, 0. E. Shaioion, R. B. Lewis, Pres't Broad Top ft. U- ( WH. Watson, M. I>. C. N. Ilickok, B. F. Harry, M D. Geo. Btymyer, Saru'l L. Russell, G. D. Shuck, B F. Meyers. U. Colfelt, John Lutz, Boss Anderson. M. D. janlo"6Byl Win. Lyon. j HORATIO .J. MEANS, Licensed Auctioneer, tenders his services to all per sona uaviug sales, or vendues. Give him a call. • Residence, Black Valley. Monroe tp., six R>ilas South of Bloody Bun. novßm!J gob rpHE BEDFORD GAZETTE POWER PRESS PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, BEDFORD, PA. MEYERS & MENGEL PROPRIETORS. Having recently made additional ira provements t< our office, we are pre pared to execute all orders for PLAIN AND FANCY JOB PRINTING, With dispatch and in the most BUP E 111 OR ST YL E. CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, RILL HEADS, CHECKS, CERTIFICATES, BLANKS. DEEDS, REGISTERS, RE CEIPTS, CARDS. HEADINGS, ENVEL OPES, SHOWBILLS, HANDBILLS. IN VITA TTONS, LA BELS, fyc. \r. Our facilities for printing POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, &e., FOR CONCERTS AND EXHIBITIONS, ARE UNSURPASSED. "PUBLIC SALE" BILLS Printed at .short notice. We can insure complete satisfaction as to time and price rpilE SUPERIOR MERITS of the | WHEELER A WILSON SEWING MACHINE over all others, for family use and general purpo ses, are so well established and so generally ad mitted, that an enumeration of their relative ex cellencies is no longer considered necessary. They are simple durable and beautiful. OVER 50,000 SOLD THE PAST YEAR. THE " WIIEELER <t- WILSON possesses valuable improvements, which can only be used with this popular machine, a fact which should he noted by those who intend and desire to purchase a Machine adapted to • ALL KINDS OF FAMILY SEWING. Below we give a few well known Pittsburg names who are using these Machines in their families, and to whom we refer with pleasure. Rev Dr J Douglas, Rev Dr Kerr, " Dr Gracey, " AC Holmes, " Samuel Findley, " Mr Wagner, " A K Bell, " W J Keid, " W Sproul, " G Slatterly, "AC McClelland, " W S Gray, Hon J K Moorehead, " E B Snyder, " Tbos Williams, " A Macrum, " '• H W Williams, " F Scovelle. R C paterson! Esq*; \ Presbyterian Banner H e j Murdock, j U,litod P™byterian. "Sl iatePit^rhQ - tte ' f Harpi r S ° n j P' tts b ur gb Commercial J Herron Foster, Pittsburgh Dispatch. J P Barr, Pittsburgh Post. C Henne, German Republican. L A W Neeb, Freedom's Friend. J T Wright, Evening Chronicle. And over 5,000 others. Circulars containing eminent testimonials, and samples of sewing, will be sent to any address on application to WM. SUMNER A CO., junl4,'67 No. 27 Fifth Sireet, Pittsburg, Mrs. H M Ogle, Local Agoi.t, Bedford, Pa. R C Grove, Traveling Agent, Bloody Run, Pa MEDICAL.— DR. A. S. SMITH, having resumed the Practice of Medicine, solicits a generous share of the patronage of the community. Office in his residence, at St Clairs viile. He would call the attention of the public, and to those more immediately interested to the follow ing : His health being too delicate to bear much of the tatigues and exposures consequent on gen eral practice, he has adopted a speciality iu the profession. Soon after commencing practice, some twenty years since, he was attracted by the almost uni versality of female complaints, both in the mar ried and single state. Partly from natural incli nation, and in order to obtatu success in practice, these complaints were made the subjeet of incess ant study. These alterations, displacements and deranged functions of the organs peculiar to the female, are owing to that retined sense of delicacy on the part of the female, who, ignorant ot the consequences, prefers to suffer in silence rather than expose her situation. Seldom cured by the general practitioner, who is prevented by this delicacy from nequiring by experience that tact and skill necessary to discriminate the exact change present, and contents himselt with pro scribing for the deranged functions, or overlooking the cause, simply for attendant nervous disorders, founding his prescriptions on a Plethoric Anaemon ic state of the general system and the result is no benefit, as the number of the long sufferiug fe males bears ample testimony. Believing that he has, from long and special attention paid to them, acquired thai skill in discriminating and experi ence-in treating, he solicits the suffering to give him a call. No charges for consultation or exam ination. Visits made to all parts of the.county. Applications for medicines can be made in wri ting by accompanying stamp for return letter.— Medicines sent when desired. TERMS invariably cash for all medicines and instruments. nov29m3 FTUIE GREAT CAUSE OF JlU [ MAN MISERY. Just Published, in a Seal ed Envelope.—Price six rents. A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and Radi cal cure of SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal Weak ness, luvoluutary Seminal Losses, Impoteucy, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits, re sulting from self-indulgence or Sexual extrav agance, Ac. —By ROB J. CULVERW ELL, M. D., Author of the "Green Book, Ac. The world-renowned author, in this admirable es say, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years suc cessful practice, that the alarming consequences of Self-Abuse may be radicallycure I without the dan gerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knite —pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi cally. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culvcrwell's Marriage Guide,' price 25 cents. Address the publishers, CHAS. J C. KLINE A CO., 127 Bowery, N. Y. Post Office Box 4oBtS. aug23,'t>7 —ly £> U M F S! ! ! I am engaged in selling the ERIE PV MP— certainly the only pump, well adapted to this climate Persons in need of a GOOD PUMP, will do well to give me a call. from all parts of the county attend ed to with promptness. ADDRESSR WM. C. SNIVELY, Schellsburg Aug. 1, '6s—ly DANIEL BORDER, PITT STP.EET, TWO DOORS WEST OP THE BED FOUD HOTEL, BEDFORD, PA. WATCHMAKER AND DEALER IN JEWEL RY, SPECTACLES, AC. He keeps on hand a stotk of fine Gold and Sil er Watches, Spectacles of Brilliant Double Re ined Glasses, also Scotch Pebble Glasses. Gold Wateh Chains, Breast Pins, Finger Kings, best quality of Gold Pens. He will supply to order anv thing in his line not on hand. Oct. 20. 1865- G1 UNS AND* LOURS.—The under signed respectfully tenders his services to the people of Bedford ami vicinity, as a repairer Guns und Looks. Ail work promptly atteuded. tO . L. DEFIBAUGH sep 28.'66-tf .)~ WAGONS FOR SALE AT KNOX' SHOPS, near P.edford. |aprl9tf. Clotftiuij, rtr. EMOV AL ! REMOVAL!! THE BEDFORD CLOTIIING EMPORIUM Has l>eeu removed to SHUCK'S ROOM, one door West of the Washington Houso. The undersigned would beg leave to inform their friends and many customers that they have moved their store to the above named plaee, where we are prepared to exhibit the largest stock of RE A D'Y-MA DE CL()THING ever brought to Bedford, consisting in part of Over-Coats, of every quality and price. Dress Coats, Business Coats, Cassiniere Pants, Cloth Pants, Cassinet Pants, Cassiinere Vests, Cloth Vests, Cassinet Vests. We have a lot of Army Clothing, Very Cheap: Blouses, $2 50 Overcoats, 6 00 Blue Pants, 3 50 (a 4 00 Currying Shirts, 1 50 Our NOTION department is full and complete. CASSIMER E SHIR TS, WHITE SHIRTS, WOOLSN SHIR TS, at all prices. The largest stock of PAPER COLLARS in iledford, Cloth-lined, Linen finished, Lockwood, Enamelled, Cloth imitation. Glazed, of all sizes, for ladies and gents, d US PENDERS, NECK- TIES, BOWS, be. Ladies' and Gents' Linen and Paper Cuffs. Gloves, Hosiery, Ac., of every description. Our CASSIMERES and CLOTHS ; will be found suitable for old and young, rich and poor. TRIMMINGS of all qualities. We would call the special attention of gentle ! men to our line of HATS, which we boast on in j prico, quality and style. There is no style but I what we have. Calicos, Delaines, Muslins, Tickings, Ac., Ac. * CASH BUYERS should call and ex amine, as our terms are cash or produce. n0v8,'67 R. \V. BERRSTRESSER A CO. iiarduare, &c. JJARDWARE! A NEW HAND AT THE BELLOWS, at the old stand of BLYMYER A SON. The undersigned, having purchased the entire stock of Goo. Blymyer A Son, and having added thereto, by fresh purchases in tho East, respectful ly announces to the public, that he is now prepa red to sell at the LOWEST CASH PRICES, or for APPROVED COUNTRY PRODUCE, everything in the HAHD WARE line, such as Carpenters', Joiners', Cabinet and Shoemakers' tools and findings, cross-cut and mill saws, grindstones and fixtures, saddlery of all kinds, nails by the keg or pound, wagon iron, nail rod, double and single shear, blister and cast steel, horse-shoes by the keg or smal ler quantities, double and single bitted axes, cutlery of every description, knives and forks very cheap, and the very best pocket knives, Porte monaies and pocket-books, silver tea and ta ble spoons in sets, brittania ware in sots, trays, Ac., paints, oils and varnishes, window glass all sizes, lamps and lamp chimneys, wooden and willow ware, wash boards, churns, manilla rope, baiters, bed-cords and twines, brushes of every description, 3hoe black ing, shovels and forks, grain shovels, chains of all kinds, sausage cutters and sole and kip leather, also the very best calf skins, buffalo robes, and a general variety of goods kept in a first-class HARDWARE STORE, kgp Our object shall be to be governed by the golden rule, to do unto others as you would wish to he done by We intend to sell at par rates, and by fair dealing hope to merit a oontinuanee of the patronage bestowed on Blytuyer A Son. novlmfi THOMAS M. LYNCH. $23,000,000. THE NEW SIX PER CENT. PENNSYLVANIA S TATE LOAN FREE FROM ALL STATE, COUN TY AND MUNICIPAL TAXATION. Will be furnished in sums to auit, on application tot he nearest Bank or Banker; also by either of the undersigned, JAY COOKE & CO., DREXEL & CO., E. W. CLARK A- CO. pr2>* Bankers. Philadelphia. RH. SIPEB' MARBLE WORKS. K. 11. SIPES having established a manu i factory of Monuments. Tombstones, Table-Tops, ! Counter Slabs, Ac., at Bloody Run, Bedford coun ! Tv l a and having on hand a well selected stock or Foreign and Domestic Marble, is prepared to till all orders promptly and do work neat and in a workmanlike style, and on the most reasonable terms All work warranted. Jobs delivered to all n rts of this and adjoining counties without ex I tra charge. aprlVtifiyl : ORINTERS'INK has made many a X business man rich We ask you to try it in ' 'he •olumns'of THE GACETT* R. GEO. 8.~ 'K^nTEY\ having permanently locate! in ST. CLAIRS VILLE. tenders his professional services to the citizens of that place and vicinity. nov2'fifiyl TYT W. JAMISON, M. D., BLOODY \\ a Hi's, Pa., tenders his professional servi ces to the people of that place and vicinity. Office one door west of Richard Langdon's store. Nov. 24, '6s—ly DR. J. L. MARBOURG, Having permanently located, respectfully tenders his professional services to the citizens of Bedford and vicinity. Office on Juliana street, east side, nearly opposite the Banking House of Reed A Schell. Bedford, February 12, 1864. MEDICAL.— DB.I! STATLER, near Schcllsburg, and Dk. J. J. CLARKE, formerly of Cumberland county, Pa., having asso ciated themselves in the Practice of Medicine, re spectfully offer their professional services to the citizens ot Schellsburg and vicinity. Dr. Clarke's office and residence same as form erly occupied by J. Smith, Esq., dec'd. aprl2,'67yl STATLER A CLARKE. JACOB P.EED, | J. J. 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GROUSE, Wholesale Segar j/ m Manufacturer, two doors West of Dr. B b. Harry's Drug Store, West Pitt Street, Bedford, Pa. " may24,'67 ORDERS from u distance for ttuy kind of JOB PRINTING promptly attended to. Send to IHE GAZETTE JOB OFFICE, Bed ford. P. - CJLIP BILLS, PROGRAMMES O POSTERS, aud all kinds of PLAIN AND FANCY JOB PRINTING, done with neatnest and despatch, at THE GAZETTE office. | ETTEIt HEADS AND JULL i j HEADS, aud ENVELOPES for business men printed in the best style of the art, at THE GAZBTTE JOB OFPICK. She JUptator'si Coltmm. rpHE ITALIAN WAR ENDED! i -*■ GARIBALDI A PRISONER ! ' • ; But IRVINE A STATLER, No. 2 ANDERSON'S ROW, Are again in the field battling against the imposi j tfon of high prices, and desiring that all should be made comfortable for the coming hard winter, have just received one of the largest and best se lected stock ot BOOTS and SHOES, GLASS-WARE and QUEENSWARE, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, Ac., <£c., Ac., ever offered in thin market, which they will sell at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH OR PRODUCE. If you want a goodp'r Boots, go to the Regulator. QUR STOCK OF BOOTS A SHOES are full and complete. BOOTS, SHOES, BALMORALS, GAITERS and SLIPPERS, Ac., to fit anj- man, woman and child in the county. ' Measures taken for Ladies and Gentlemen aud neat and complete fits warranted or no sale. At TRVINE A STATLER S. No 2 A.'s Row. If you want a good p'r Shoes, go to the Regulator. j/ 1 R O C K R I E S.— VI Prime Rio Coffee, - 25 to 30 cents per lb. ! do La Guayra, - 25 to 30 " " " i White Sugar, - - 18 to 20 " " " Light Brown Sugars, - 12i to 15 " " " Teas, - - - - $1 50 to 2.00 per lb Spices, all kinds, cheap and good. Best quality Syrups and Molasses, at the lowest market prices, at '-The Regulator's," No. 2 A. R. If you want good Toilet Soap or Perfumery, go to the Regulator. . |JNBLEACHED and BLEACHED MUSLINS, From the best Manufactories in the country. Bleached and Unbleached Muslins from 100 up. Best " " " 18 cts. Sheeting, - from 18c up. Tickings, all grades and prices, at_ IRVINE A STATLER'S. If you want a good Shirt, go to the Regulator. QUR NOTIONS ARE AT ALL TIMES FULL AND COMPLETEi Shirts, Collars, Neck-Ties, Soaps, Gloves, Hosiery, Perfumery, Suspenders, Combs, Threads, Buttons, Wallets, Brushes, Thimbles,. - Pins, Needles, Sewing Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Shaving Cream, 1 Ac., Ac., Ac. At No. 2 Anderson's Row ilf you wan a variety of Notions, go he Rog r STATIONERY and PERFUMERY. Note, Letter and Fools-cap Paper, Envektpwv Perfumery, all kinds of Toilet Soap, Tooth Brush es, Ac., At THE REGULATOR'S. I j If you want Queensware r Glassware, go to the Regulator. QUEENS WABE A GLASSWARE. We have a large and magnificent selection of i J Ouecnsware aud Glassware, of the latest and most fashionable patterns, and will be sold at the most | reasonable prices, by IRVINE A STATLER. If you want good Spices of any kind, go to the Regulator. TOBACCO AND SEGARS of the best brands and manufacture : Gravely, Orouoke Twist, Century Fine-cut, Cavendish, Baltimore Twist, Natural Leaf, Congress, Ac.. Ac. Smoking Tobacco, all kinds. Segars from a Cheroot to the finest article. Also, a large assortment of Pipes, ygp - Call at No. 2 Anderson's Row. if you want good Hosiery, Gloves, Neck-ties sol lars, Ac., go to the Regulator. -yyE HAVE EVERYTHING that is usually kept in a No. 1 oountry store. ty MARKETING of all kinds taken iu ex change FOR GOODS, and the highest prioes paid. Any goods desired will be ordered from the Eas tern cities Country merchants supplied with goods at a small advance. No trouble to show goode. All wo ask is a call and we feel satisfied we oan please ALL. Thankful for past favors, we solicit a oon tinuance of the same. n0v15,'67. IRVINE A STATLER. If you want any thing in our line go to the Bed j ford Regulator, No. 2, Andereon's Row.