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Home and Around. lII'NTING DON AND BltOAl> TOP R. It. —SVMMKR ARRAHGKMENT. —TIMK TABLB.— Express Train leavos Mt Dallas 5 40 a in., and arrives at Huntingdon, at 8.23 a m ; leaves Huntingdon at 6 05 p. ni., and arrives at Mt Dallas at 8.53 p m. Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 2.10 p. m , ar rives at Huntingdon at 4.52 p.m.; leaves Hunt ingdon at 7.45 a. m., and arrives at Mt. Dallas at 10.30 a. m. . FOB SALE—A four-octave MELOIJE ON, of excellent tone, and as good as new. Will be sold cheap. Terms Cash. Enquire at this office, julfitf. A SHAW AND CLARK S2O Sewing Machine (in good order) for sale. En quire at this office. julfitf. MEYMOI'K AND BLAIR! The People in Council! Eloquent Speech of Col. Filler ! Another Seymour and Blair meeting was held in front of the Mengel House on Saturday evening last. It was a complete success. Notwithstanding the heat, the announcement that Col. Filler was on hand to do battle for the rights of the people, brought a large crowd together. A great many came to again hear Mr. Reynolds, who, we are sorry to say, was prevented by ill ness from speaking. The meeting was organized by the election of the follow ing officers: —President: JAMES CESSNA, ESQ. (When Mr. Cessna reached the stand, three cheers were proposed and given for the old Demo cratic war-horse of Cumberland Val ley.) Vice Pres'ts, J. E. Wills, Henry Boor, John Henderson, N. N. Koons and Isaac D. Earnest. Secretaries, Edwin Hartley and Henderson Souser. Col. Filler was then loudly called for, and soon presented himself amid the cheers of the crowd, and in one of his happiest efforts he held the audience for more than an hour. He warned the people that, as they loved liberty and the Union, they should do their utmost to prevent the success of that party which, by tyrannical enactments and the power of the military, is en deavoring to wipe out the last vestige of constitutional government in this country. He exposed the insincerity of the Chicago convention, with its double-meaning, patent-extension plat form, and administered a scathing re buke to the party that claims to be the oidy friend of the soldiers, yet passes no opportunity by to insult and malign them unless they happen to affiliate with the Radicals. The speech was well received and the Colonel was fre quently interrupted with rounds of ap plause. O. E. Shannon, Esq., was the next speaker, and in his usual, felici tous style, gave the people such a speech as they delight in listening to. On motion of J. W. Dickerson, Esq.. the following persons were appointed a committee to draft a constitution and by-laws for a Heymour and Blair club, said committee to report on next Sat urday evening : William Hartley, E. F. Kerr, L. Defibaugh, I. Mengel and O. E.Shannon. The meeting adjourned with three cheers for the whole Demo cratic ticket. THE Democratic County Committee will meet in the Grand Jury Room, at the Court House in Bedford, at one o'- clock, P. M., on Saturday, the Ist of August, next, for the purpose of nomi nating a candidate for county Auditor in place of Valentine Steckman, Esq., who has declined. Other important business will be transacted, and a full attendance is re quested. Members of the committee : J. W. Dickerson, Chairman, Bedford Bor.; It. W. Berkstresser, Secretary, Bedford Bor.; Jno. P. Iteed, Bedford Bor.; Isaac D. Earnest, Bedford Tp.; D. Rowland, Broad Top; Jeremiah Thompson, Bloody Run ; S. H. Feath er, Colerain ; J. M. Barnet, Coaldale; James Cessna, C. Valley ; Joseph Cess na, Harrison ; W. Gorsuch, Hopewell; Thompson Burns, Juniata ; 1. C. De vore, Londonderry ; Isaac Kensinger, Liberty; 'Jacob Barkman, Monroe; John A. Burns, Napier; John H. Bar ton, E. Providence ; Geo. Baughman, W. Providence ; S. S. Fluke, Sax ton ; Geo. Smouse, Jr., Snake Spring ;.S. AV. Statler, Schellsburg; Dr. W. Hall, St. Clair; F. D. Beegle,St.Clairsville; Win. Adams, Southampton; Josiah Mowry, Union; Daniel Barley, M. Woodbury; Jos. E. Noble, S. Wood bury ; D. R. P. Swaney, Woodbury Bor. J. W. DICKERSON, C'h'n. Dem. Co. Com. R. W. BERKSTRESSER, Sec'y. AT THE SPRINGS.— Ex-Governor G'urtiu, Judge Grier, Judge Porter, Chambers M'Kibbin, Esq., Superin tendent of the Mint at Phila., are at present rusticating at the Bedford Springs. We also notice among the the visitors, that prince of good fellows, Patrick McEvoy, Dr. 11. Carpenter, the friend and family physician of late Ex-President Buchanan, and S. 11. Reynolds, Esq., who ought to be in Congress in place of that hater of his race, Thad.JStevens. York is represen ted by that sterling Democrat, J. F. Spangler, Esq. *- KEEP COOL. —Since there are so ma ny fatal cases of sun-stroke all over the country, persons cannot be too earful of their habits. Don't get excited, drink as little cold water or stimulants as possible. If you must be in the sun a great deal, place some green leaves or a silk handkerchief in your hat. Either is said to be a preventive and certainly more easily carried than a brick. W, W.SHUCK and J. W, Rohm are pre pared to put up, at the shortest notice, Mason's double-acting force pump. See their advertisement in another cob umn. Every pump is warranted for three years. Cone crazy—the thermometer. The next President—Seymour. General complaint—of the heat. TROUBLESOME— fIies to a lazy per son. A spire that everybody sees—per spire. Grant has gone West in search of a "policy." Finished—the new story on the Bed ford Hotel. Beautiful extract—to help a nice young lady out of a mudhole. PIKED— South Juliana street. Not troubled with dust there. A Seymour and Blair Club will be organized here next Saturday evening. WHAT has become of the Grant and Colfax club ? We missed that side-show on last Saturday evening. The heated term is a harvest for the saloonaties. Soda water and ice cool lemonades are in great demand. A horse belonging to Shoemaker & Barclay dropped dead in the road the other day from the heat. A certain Radical got enthusiastic enough on the street, the other day, to exclaim, "Raw for Grant and Cold Facts!" WILKES is betting on the success of Grant. He is backed by the Press cor respondent in this place. Heavy, this hot weather. BE virtuous and you shall be happy. Subscribe for the Gazelle , pay for it in advance, and you shall have the prin ter's blessing. A Mr. Simmons, of La Crosse, walk ed eleven hundred miles in twelve days. We have never heard of such walking per-simmons before. A Greensburg local says that the ther mometer there was up to one hundred and forty eight! Mistake some where. Either the "local" or the thermometer must have been "on a high." THE Radicals are circulating hun dreds of copies of the Tribune and Press in this county. Go ahead, boys, you are doing a good work for us. The more that villianous stuff you circu late, the greater our majority will be. Versteh! 0 NEW GOODS received and opened at the Regulator's every few days—an ev ideneethat Irvine sells the best of goods in his line of business, at short profits.. 0 Go AND SEE the stock of clothiug at Berkstressers' before you make pur chases elsewhere. Remember, it is now time to close out their summer stock at bargains to purchasers. EXCHANGE HOTEL HUNTINGDON, PA.— Visitors to Bedford Springs, on their return home via Huntingdon, will find the "Exchange" the place to stop, either for breakfast, tea, or to rest over night. It is now one of the very bet kept and furnished hotels in Cen tral Pennsylvania and deserves the patronage of the traveling public. GIVE IT UP.— The idea of writing in teresting locals with the thermometer standing at ten feet in the shade! The very thought makes the perspiration "steal gently o'er us." Wearedisgus ted, demoralized, wilted.,"ausgespielt." Excuse us, dear reader. We'll fiy to the soda fountain for relief, and take vanilla and cream in ours. CAMP-MEETING.— A Methodist Epis copal camp meeting will commence Au gust 21st., at Hull's and Deaner's grove, four miles north of Schellsburg, and in Schellsburg charge. An excellent spring near the ground, and lumber for tents convenient. All tho adjoin ing charges are invited to tent with us. A. W. Decker, P. C. J. R. Akers, gr. P. NEWSPAPER PATRONAGE.— SeveraI years of experience in the publishing business, has forced conviction upon us that newspaper patronage is a word of many definitions and that a great ma jority of mankind are either ignorant of the correct definition or are dishon est, in a strict biblical sense of the word. Newspaper patronage is com posed of as many colors as the rain bow, and is changeable as a chameleon. One man comes in and subscribes for the paper and pays for it in advance, and goes home and reads it with the proud satisfaction that it is his.—He hands in his advertisement, asks the price, and pays for it, and goes to his place of business and reaps the advan tage thereof. This is newspaper pat ronage. Another man says, 'you may put my name on your books,' and goes off without saying a word about the pay. Time passes on and you want money and ask him to pay what is honestly due you. He Hies into a passion, per haps pays and perhaps not, and orders his paper stopped. This is called newspaper patronage. Another man has been a subscriber a long time, but has never paid a cent and at last becomes tired of you and wants a change. He thinks he wants a city paper. He tells the postmaster he don't want it, and you get a paper marked 'refused.' But does he call and pay? He wants his money to pay for Ids city paper. He will pay you after a while he says. But he never does, unless you sue him.—And this, too, is called newspaper patronage. Another man lives near you—he does not take the paper—he don't like the editor—the paper is too small for him—yet he goes regularly to his neighbor's and reads it, and finds fault with it, and quarrels with the opin ions of the editor. Occasionally he sees an article ho likes and begs or gives a half dime for the number. This is called newspaper patronage. Another man takes two or thieecity papers aud cannot afford to take a home paper, bqt hp likes It and qomes into the office and begs one whenever ho is in town. This, also, is called newspa per patronage. Another man likes the paper, he takers a copy for himself and family, and pays for it, and does all he can to get new subscribers—he never grum bles, but always has a cheerful word for the editor. If any little item of interest occurs in his neighborhood he informs the editor. This is newspa per patronage. Another man has a patent and wants you to give it a two dollar notice ev ery week. 'lt will be of interest to your readers,'he says; but although, knowing it will benefit him most of all, he does not offer to pay for it. This is called newspaper patronage. Another man has taking the paper several years, but has not paid for it, and comes in with a four or five dollar advertisement and asks you to insert it for nothing because he is an old patron of yours. This is called newspaper patronage. Another man—'a young man about town'—no use of his taking a paper, he gets married and hands in the no tice with 'just hand me a dozen copies.' He gets them and when you mention pay he looks surprised—'you surely do not charge for such things! And this si called newspaper patronage. 'Another man,' (bless you, it does us good to see such men) comes in and says: 'Theyear for which I paid is about to expire. I want to pay for an other.' He does so and retires. This is newwspaper patronage. THERE are two special qualities which determine and fix the superiority of Mrs. S. A. ALLEN'S new style imprrov ed kair restorer or dressing , in one bot tle, over all other preparations for the hair. First, the prompt, quick action, great growth, life and vigor that it is sure to give to the hair, never failing, by a few applications, to restore Grey or white hair to its natural color, im parting to the Hair a Delightful aro ma, fresh, delicate, and unchangeable in any climate. Second, its easy ap plication without any previous prepar ation of the Hair ; without that sticky and disagreeable sulphur odor found and complained of in all other prepar ations. It never soils the skin or linen. Ladies will find it a standard Toilet luxury to dress their hair ; it retains the Hair in any desired position, and is cooling, healing, and cleansing to the Scalp, removing immediately all scurf,, dandruff, and pimples. Price one dol lar. Sold by all druggists. 3w —The War Department has ordered the immediate removal of the bodies of two hundred Confederate officers, who were buried on Johnson's Island while prisoners of war, to the Catholic cemetery at Sandusky. The removal will commence on Monday next. SPECIAL NOTICES. 0 DR. TOBIAS' Celebrated Venetian Liniment whose wonderful cures, sure and instan taneous action in cases of Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Colic, Cramps, Dysentery, etc., have astonished the civilized world. It is no new catch-penny, but an article that has stood the test of twenty years. The enor mous sale and rapidly increasing demand is at once the surest evidence of its usefulness aud pop ularity. Try it and bo convinced. Ho family should be without a bottle in the house—hundreds of dollars, and many hours of suffering may be saved by its timely use. Colic, Cramp, and Dys entery yield at once to its pain-curative proper ties. It is perfectly innocent, and can be given to the oldest person or youngost child. No mat. ter, if you have no confidence in Patent Medi cines—try this, and you will be sure to buy again and recommend to your friends. Hundreds of Physicians recommend it in their practice. None genuine unless signed, "S. I. Tobias." Price 50 oents ber bottle. Sold by all the Druggists. De pot, 50 Cortlandt Street, New York. ju!24w4 FIFTY THOUSAND HEADS now clothed with masses of rich black and brown hair would, if they wore unfortunately Cut Off from a supply of CRISTADORO'S DYE, begin to Turn White, red, sandy, and gray. Manhood and beauty, with the one defect in their personal appearance remedied by CRISTADORO'S IIAIR DYE, rejoice in their good fortune, and recommend it to all who require a perfect dye. Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO, 68 Maiden Lane. New York Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dress •rs. ju!24w4 ITCII ! ITCH ! ! ITCH !!! — Scratch ! Scratch!! Scratch!!! —ln from 10 48 hours WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures THE ITCH. WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures SALT RHEUM. WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures TETTER. WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Barbers'ltch. WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores. WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Every kind of Humor like Magic. Price, 50 cents a box ; by mail, 60 cents. Ad dress WEEKS A POTTER, No. 170 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. For sale by all Druggists scp2o,'67yl 0 DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, and CA TARRH treated with the utmost success by J. ISAACS, M. D., and professor of Disease of the Eye and Ear in the Medical College of Penn sylvania. 12 years experience, (formerly of Leyden, Holland), No. 805 Arch Street, Phila. Testimonials can be seen ai his office. The medi cal faculty are invited to accompany their pa tients, as he has no secrets in his practice. Arti ficial eyes inserted without pain. No charge for examination. july3,'6Byl CANCER, SCROFULA, <fcc., CURED.— Persons afflicted with Cancer, Scrofula, Tu mors, Eruptions, Ac., are CURED by the use of Dr. GREENE'S ELECTRO-MEDICATED BATHS and Indian Vegetable remedies which cleanse the blood of all Humors, Mercury* Lead, Ac., and restore health to invalids afflicted with every variety of disease. A book describing Cancer, Scrofula, Hu mors and other diseases, with their proper means of cure, may ue obtained free at the Medical Insti tute, or by mail. Address Dr. R. GREENE, 16 Temple place, Boston, Mass. To CONSUMPTIVES.— The lie v. ED WARD A. WILSON will send (free of charge) to all who desire it, the prescription with the directions for making and using the simple remedy by which he was oure Jof a lung affection and that dread disease Consumption. His only object is to bene fit the afflicted and he hopes every sufferer will try this prescription, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Please address Rev. EDWARD A WILSON, No. 165 South Second Street, Williamsburgh, New York. sepl3mß 0 INFORMATlON.— lnformation guar anteed to produce a luxuriant growth of hair up? op a bald head or beardless faoe, also a recipe for the removal of Pimples Blotches, Eruptions, etc., op the skin, leaving the same soft, clear, and beau tiful. can be obtained without charge by address-: ing THOS. p. CHAPMAN, Chemist, 833 Broads way, New York. sep!3mß ANEW REMEDY IN CONSUMPTION.-- A Physician who had Consumption for several years, with frequent bleedings of the lungs, cured himself with a medicine unknown to the profes sion, when his case appeared hopeless. Ho is the only physician who has used it in his own person, or who has any knowledge of its virtues ; and he can ascribe the degree of health ho now enjoys to nothing but the use of his medicine ; and nothing but utter despair and entire extinction of all hope of recovery, together with a want of confidence in all others induced him to hazard the experiment To those suffering with any disease of the Lungs he proffers a treatment he confidently believes will eradicate the disease. Medicine sent by ex press. Send for a circular or call on DR. E. BOYLSTON JACKSON, No. 250 North Tenth Street, Phil'a. mayß'6Byl. MARRIED. DOYLE—FYAN—On the 16th inst., at the resi dence of the bride's parents, by the Right Rev. Bishop Dominec, of Pittsburg, M. B. Doyle, Esq., of Toledo, Ohio, to Miss Mary A., only daughter of Robert Fyan, Jlsq., of Bedford Pa. Amid the gay and festive scenes of the marriage ceremonies the printer was not forgotten, but re ceived a large contribution of the "good things," for which the happy couple have our warmest thanks. Ten thousand joys attend them, and may nothing ever mar a blissful journey through life. SLEEK—BORDER —At the M. E. parsonage, July Ist, by Rev. C. W. Decker, Mr. Geo. B. Sleek to Miss Kate Border, both of Schellsburg, Pa. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.— Notice is hereby given to all persons not to trespass on the property of John Sproat, resided upon by the undersigned, by fishing, hunting, berrying, or in any other way, as all such as do will be proseouted to the fullest extent of the law, ju!24w3 DANIEL A. BARTEGES. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITED STATES-Fon THE WESTERN DISTRICT OP PENNSYLVANIA. —ISAAC F. GROVE, a Bankrupt under the Act of Congress of March 2d, 1867, having applied for a Discharge from all his debts, and other claims provable under said Act, by order of the Court, Notice is hereby giv en, to all persons who have proved their debts, and other persons inteiested, to appear on the 21st day of August, 1868, at 10 o'clock, A. M., before Hastings Gehr, Esq., Register, at the office of J. W. Lingenfelter, Esq., in Bedford Pa., to show cause, if any they have, why a Discharge should not be granted to the said Bankrupt. And furtff er, Notice is hereby given, that the Second and Third Meetings of Creditors ot the said Bankrnpt, required by the 27th and 28th Sections of said Act, will be had before the sail Register, at the same time and place. S. C. McCANDLESS, jul24w2 CWrk of said Court. IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES— IOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OP PENNSYLVANIA.—DANIEL METZGER, a Bankrupt under the Act of Congress of March 2d, 1867, having applied for a Discharge from all his debts, and other claims pnvable under said Act, by order of the Court, Notice is hereby giv en, to all persons who have jroved their debts, and other persons interested, t appear on the 21st day of August 1868, at 10 o'clock, A. M., before Hastings Gehr, Esq., Register, at the office of J. W. Lingenfelter, Esq., in Bedford, Pa., to show cause, if any they have, why a Discharge should not be granted to the said Bankrupt. And furth er, Notice is hereby given, that the Second and Third Meetings of Creditor et the said Bankrupt, required by the 27th and 28th Sections of said Act, will be had before the said Register, at the same time and place. H. C McCANDLESS, jul24w4 Clerk of said Court. T>UMPS! PUMPS !! PUMPS !! ! SYLVESTER G. MASON'S DOUBLE-AC TING. NON-FR EEZING FORCE PUMP, Patented August 28th, 1866, and awarded the PREMIUM at the Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New York State Fairs, m 1866. The advantages claimed for .his pump over all uthor patent pumps are as follows, viz : The valves, are composed entirely of cast iron, rendering it the most durable of any pump yet patented. This pump is so constructed that ft peyer freezes, the water dropping back to the level with the water in tho wall . It is easily worked, and can be used, by attaching hose, in washing wagons, horses, wat ering gardens, and in oase of fire is of valuable service, as water may be thrown to the distance of from sixty to seventy feet in the air from it by the use of a small section of hole This valuable pump is now tffered to the public at the following prices : Three-quarter in. Pump.| Inch Pump. From 7to 10 ft. sls 7to 10 ft. sl7 00 From 10 to 15 ft 17 00; From 10 to 15 ft 18 00 From 15 to 20 ft 20 OOjFronc 15 to 20 ft 22 00 From 20 to 25 ft 25 00 j From 20 to 25 ft 26 00 From 25 to 30 ft 30 00 j From 25 to 30 ft 30 00 From 30 to 35 ft 95c pr ft' From 30 to 35 ft 35 00 From 35 to 55 ft 90c pr ft From 35 to 40 ft 40 00 From 55 to 60 ft 85c pr ft! From 40 to 50 ft 95c pr ft A liberal reduction from the above prices will be made to parties sending us several orders from ene place at the same time. In sending orders please give the depth of the well to the top of the platform. County rights for sale in Somerset, Fulton, Huntingdon, Franklin, Blair ind Centre counties. Address J. W. ROHM <t W. W. SHUCK, julyl7.3m Bedford, Pa. TYUILDERS and TAKE NOTICE ! Sealed proposals for the erection of the Bedford county Poor House will be received at the office of the county commissioners in Btdford, until SATURDAY, THE 15T1I DAY OF SEPTEMBER, NEXT. when the contract will be awaided, to the lowest and best bidder. The Commissioners reserving the right to reject any or all of the bids. The building to be erected upon the present Poor House property, to be two stories and a base ment in hight, large enough to aocommodata one hundred and twdnty paupers, and to be comple ted, and ready for use, on, or before, tho Ist day of October, 1569. The Commissioners will furnish the bricks All the labor, and all other materials must bo supplied by the contractor. The plan, with detailed specifications, can be seen at the commissioners' office, on, or any day after the 21st inst, The plan and specifications will be made part of tho contract, and the contractor will be held to a strict compliance therewith. All proposals should be addressed to Jno. G. Fishor, Commis sioners' clerk, Bedford, Pa. MICHAEL S. KITCHEY, DAVID IIOWSARE, PETER M. BARTON, jul 17m2 Commissioners. ftA/l ACRES OF EXCELLENT DIM / FARM LAND FOR SALE.—ONE TRACT containing 262 ACRES, with good log house and barn thereon ; also a good SAIV-MILL, worth a rental of S2OO per annum. About half of this tract is excellent bottom and the balance upland. About 100 ACRES CLEARED, well fenced and in a good state of cultivation. Balance well timbered. The whole tract is well watered, and is situate on Dunniug's creek, in St Clair tp., adjoining lands of John Alstadt, Jaoob Andrews and Jacob Beckley. The mill and farm will be sold separately, or together, to suit purchasers. ALSO, one tract containing 183 acres, having a good log house and barn and out buildings there on. About 65 acres cleared, well fenced and in a good state of cultivation ; balauce covered with an excellent growth of valuable timber—well watered and situate near Pleasantville, in St. Clair Township, adjoining lands of John Alstadt, Jacob Bowser, Jacob Beokloy and Joseph Smith ALSO, one tract containing 157 acres, about 20 acres cleared, well fenced and in a good state of cultivation; balance covered with an excellent growth of valuable timber; well watered and situate in St. Clair Township, adjoining lands of Jacob Beckley, Joseph Smith and Christian Mock. Each of these tracts will be sold as a whole or in parts, to suit purchasers, and will be offered at private sale until SATURDAY, the 14th of Nov. next, when, if not disposed of, they will be sold to the highest and best bidder at public sale, of which timely notice will be given. For further particulars, address personally, or by letter, J. VV. DICKBRSON, Attorney-at-Law, july3tf Bedford, Pa. r pERMS for every description of Job I PRINTING CASH ! for the reason that for every article we use, we must pay oash; and the cash system will enable us to do our work as low as it can be done in the cities. EVERY VARIETY AND STYLE OF JOB PRINTING neatly executed at low lates at THB BEDFORD GAZETTE office. Call and eave yeur orders. LETTER" HEADS AND BILL HEADS, and EN VELOPES for business men printed in the best style oftheart, at THE GAZETTE JOB OFFICE. TIIE BEDFORD GAZETTE is the best Advertis'igMedium n SouthsruPenn lylvania JUw? gumtiscmcnts:. <s*7 X TO S2OO PER MONTH SALA | D RY paid to Agents male or female, to introduce our Patent Everlasting White Wire Clothes Lines. Address American Wire Co., 75 William St., N. Y., or 16 Dearborn st., Chicago, 111. _ __ __ _ QIRCULAR, MILL, MtJLAY," OA NO, AND CROSS CUT SAWS. Every Saw that leaves our Factory is Oil Tem pered and Patent Ground, perfectly true and even, and made of uniform temper by our patent tem pering process. j LIPPINCOTT A BAKEWELL'S j Patent Ground, ! Patent Temper, LIPPINCOTT A CO. J Warranted CAST STEEL SAWS. AXES, Common shape, as good as the best. THE RED JACKET (COLBITRN'S PATENT; AXE cannot bo excelled. We guaranty they will cut 26 per cent, more than common Axes, with less la bor to the choppor. Send for circular and prices to LIPPINCOTT A BAKEWELL, Pittsburg, Pa., Sole Manufacturers. For sale by principal Hardware Dealers. junl7w4 * STAR AGRICULTURAL WORKS. THE ALBANY COTTON GIN MANUFACTURING Co., Albany, N. Y., Manufacturers of General Agricultural Machinery, comprising the celebra ted "Star" Threshing Machines ; "Star" Rail way (or Endless Chain) and Lever Horse Powers ; "Star" Cotton Gins and Condensers; Circular Cross-cut Sawmills; Vegetable Cutters; Horse Hay Forks ; Corn and Feed Mills ; Power Corn Shelters ; Dog Powers, Ac., Ac. We wish to call the particular attention of Farmers to our celebrated "STAR" THRESHER AND CLEANER, which, as lately improved, we claim it far superior to any other machine now in market. It is compact and easily portable, sim ple in its construction, and therefore easy to op erate by the most inexperienced, and will do its work with marvellous rapidity and perfection, and with comparatively the least demand upon the strength of the animals driving it. We have made recent improvements in this ma chine by which we are enabled to thoroughly clean the grain under almost any combination of difficulties, and we are now using an entirely new and effective devico for relieving the feeder of dust, thus making the operation of threshing as comfortable and safe as with the ordinary ma chines it is annoying and frequently destructive of health. These Machines are made of suitable sizes for our "Star" Railway 2 Horse Power and for our "Star" Lever Powers for 4 and 6 horses. For sale by our agents and dealers generally. For full particulars, send for our Illustrated De scriptive Circular and Price List. Correspondents will please address The Albany Cotton Gin Man ufacturing Co., P. 0. Drawer 16?, Albany, N- Y npOBACCQ ANTIDOTE. Warran- I ted to remove all DESIRE for Tobacco. This great remedy is an excellent appetizer. It puri fies the hlood, invigorates the system, possesses nourishing and strengthening power, ena bles the stomach to digest the heartiest food, makes sleep refreshing, and establishes robust health. Smokers and C hewers for Fifty Years Cared. Price Fifty Cents, post free. A treatise on the injurious effects of Tobacco, with lists of references, testimonials. SENT FREE. Agents wanted. Address DR. T. R. ABOTT, Jersey City, New Jersey. rpo WIVES AND MOTHERS. A I woman of Mature Age, having brought up a large family and knowing the care, anxiety and expense attending the same, has lately come into the possession of a safe and simple remedy, where by wives and mothers may prevent the increase of family to suit their convenience. It is also a pro moter of health. All communications confiden tial, and the remedy sent by mail. Price $2.00. Address Mrs. H. REED, P. 0. Box 91, Brooklyn, N. Y. _ rpHIS IS NO HUMBUG.—By send- I ing 30 cents and Stamp, with age, height, color of eyes and hair, you will receive, by return mail, a correct picture of your future husband or wife, with name and date of marriage. Address W. FOX, P. 0. Drawer No 8, Fultonviile, New York, 4 GENTS WANTED. Something new. Every family wants it. GALVANIC r Plating Fluid. Received Ist premium at Paris Exposition. Send 60 cts. for sample. HAR RIS A Co., 32 North sth st., Phila., Pa. A~ GENTS WANTED. A Book for Democrats. A fine chance for Agents. AGENTS wanted for a new and very popular Democratic Campaign Book. A chance for JJem oerats in every county to make money. Special terms for agents. No better selling book can be found. Address, for tortus and particulars, I>. APPLETON A 00., Publishers, New York. rrvHE SUCCESS I Of the One DOLLAR Sale a Revolution in Trade. WE furnish at a uniform prioe of ONE DOLLAR, such articles as are used by every family, at a less price than they are sold by any wholesale dealer in New York or Boston. Agents wanted to co-opcrate with us in carry ing out a plan which meets the wants of the mil lion, and in the disposal of a large and varied stock of Dry and Fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Watches, Carpetings, Ac. Our terms to Agents are superior to those of any other firm, as our circular will show Those getting up clubs can secure a piece of Sheeting, Watch, Silk Dress, Shawl, Sewing Machine, Ac., Ac., FREE OF COST. A oheek describing an urtiole to be sold for a Dollar, 10 cts.; 20 for $2 ;40 for $4 ;60 for $6 ; 100 for $lO, sent by mail. Send monoy by Registered letter. Circulars mailed free to any address. A gents wanted everywhere. Adress HARRIS A PLL'MMER, 34 Hanover St., Boston, Mass. Proof of our statement that wo have BjaJo A COMPLETE It E VOL.UTIQN IN TRADE, can be found in the faot that the immense busi ness we have built up has induced a multitude of small concerns to imitate our club system, and some by advertising tho presents they will give to agents, seek, unsuccessfully, to divert some of our business to themselves. We make this an nouncement simply to inform the public that it will be for thejr interest to patronize our house, as we still continue to give better Goods anl greater inducements to agents than any other concern in the business. We sell every description of DRV AND FAN CY GOODS, PLATED WARE, JEWELRY, WATCHES, SEWING MACHINES, Ac.. Ac , for the uniform price of ONE DOLLAR Circulars sent to any address free. PARKER A CO., Nos. 98 and 100 Sumner St., Boston. Aire are prepared to receive Adver \ j tisements for a NEW LIST OF FIFTY NEWSPAPERS ON THE PACIFIC COAST, KUISRACING California, Oregon, Nevada, AND THE TERRITORIES OP Montana, Utah, Idaho and Washington. Also a New List of Newspapers, by which we can insert an Advertisement ocoupying an inch of space, in 250 NEWSPAPERS, For 40 oents per eaoh Month. STAMP FOR CIRCULAR. ADDRESS GEO. P. HOWELL & CO. * ADVERTISING AGENTS, 40 PARK ROW, N. Y. OYES! OYES! O Yes!— The un dersigned having taken out auctioneer 11 cense holds himself in readiness to cry sales and auctions on the shortest notioe. Give him a call. Address him at Ray's Hill, Bedford county. Pa. oct2sw6 WILLIAM GRACEY £cpl gtatitt*. Al>M LN ISTRATIHI'S N< >TIC&— Lctters of administration upon the Estate of Archibald Perdew, Esq , late of Southampton tp., deceased, having been granted to the subscriber by the ltogistor of Bedford County, hereby noti fies all persons indebted to said estate to make payment immediately;' and All persons having claims are requested to present the same properly ahthentieatea for settlement. ELIJAH PERDEW, adrn'r. ADM IN ISTRATOB'S NOTICE,— Letters of administration upon the estate of Jonathan Potts, late of Southampton township, dee'd, having been granted to the subscriber by the Register of Bedford county, he hereby noti fies all persons indebted to said estate to make payment immediately; and all persons having clnims, are requested to present the same, proper ly authenticated, for settlement. JACOB POTTS, adrn'r., junl2w6 Southampton Township. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.- Notice is hereby given that letters testamen tary to the estate of Jno. Honestine late of St. Clair township, dee'd, have been granted to the under signed, by the Register of Bedford county. All persons having claims against said estate are requested to present them, properly authenti cated, for settlement, and those indebted to the estate to make immediate payment. SAMUEL HONESTINE, HENRY HONESTINE, jun26w6 Executors. T)EDFORD C<)UNTY N<)RMAL if SCHOOL. —The Fall Quarter will begin, at Bedford, Monday, August 3d, 1868, and ooutinue eleven weeks, closing with a County Institute. Special attention will be given to methods of In struction, or School Economy, History and Vocal Culture. Terms, including vocal music $6, to be paid in advance. Boarding can be had at reasona ble rates. 11. W. FISHER. july3w4 Co Sup't. LYROTICE TO TRESPASSERS.— No- Xi tice is hereby given to all persons not to trespass on the property of the undersigned, in St. Clair tp., by fishing or hunting or in any way whatever, as they will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. T. H. A N. J. LYONS, JACOB BECKLEY, ABNER W. SLEEK, JESSE BLACKBURN, _jul3w3 JESSE WILLIS. JNO. G. FISHER, LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENT, BEDFORD, PA. Fire Insurance effected perpotually or for any term. Life Insurance on the Interest Bearing Plan. Losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. july3,'6 ALLEGHANY MALE AND FE MALE SEMINARY—The Fall Quarter will open August sth. Special attention to those intending to teach. Terms moderate. For infor mation Address J. W. HUGHES, jull7w4 Rainsburg, Pa. I!STRAY HOGS.—Came to premises J of the undersigned, in Bedford tp., some two months ago, five Shoats, four white and one black-spotted. The owner is notified to come for ward, prove property, pay charges, and take them away, otherwise they will be disposed of acoord ,ng to law. NTHANIEL SMITH. 1 july 17w3 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE •'WEARING OF THE GREEN." The most entortaining book published, abounding in Ro mance, Humor ami Wit. Agents say it is the best seilint* book out, as people are tired of the repetition of dry details and army reports. One Agent sold 58 in One Week. << u 92 ci " " " 182" Ten Days. Liberal Terms to Agents. Send for Ciroular. Also, Family Quarto Bibles. Best Edition published. WM. FLINT, Publisher, 26 South 7th street, Philadelphia, Penn'a. ju1,17w4 FT! HE AGRICULTURAL COL -1 LEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA, ro-organizod in i 866, as a Soientific School, gives courses of in struction in GENERAL SCIENCE, AGRI CULTURE, MECHANICAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING, And ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL LITERATURE. First term begins July 29, and ends Dec 16, 18- 68. For further particulars apply to JAS. Y. M'KEE, Vice President, Agricultural College, jull7w3 Centre County, Pa. "VTOTICE TO SALESMEN, We wish to employ a few First-class NOTION SALESMEN to sell thirty days oash trade. We want men of experience in the business, and only such as can control a good trade. To such men we are willing to propose most liberal terms as to pay and moans of increasing. Our house is well and generally known as the largest and cheapest net cash General Notion Es tablishment in the country, and with our large stock of goods and method of extensively adver tising our business, we do more than any other to assist our salesmen to make and hold a trade. Parties making application will be particular to state the locality and acjtual amount of trade they can control, having the facilities of a large stock to sell from. Engagements will be made for any time after July Ist, 1868. Wo will consider all communica tions as strictly oonfideDtial. Address NOTIONS, box 1, 815 Philadelphia Postoffice. ju!3w3 "TVT OTICE TO BUILDERS.— Propo- Xi sals for the erection of a new school-hous in Schllsburg, will bo received until SATUR DAY, August 1, by John E. Colvin, Sec'y Schells bur school board. The whole work will be let to one builder, or the masonry, brick work, plaster ing and carpenter work to separate contractors. Stone work to be put up this summer and building to be completed byNovember, 1869. • Proposals to furnish from ninety to one hundred thousand brick will also be received until Aug. I. For plans and specifications of building apply to J. E. Colvin, Schellsb.urg, or H. W. Fisher, Bed ford, Contracts to be awarded to the lowest and best bidder. Isy order of the Board of School Di rectors of Schellsburg Borough. junl9w6 J. E. COLVIN, Sec'y. HARVEST TOOLS AND MACHIN ERY, AT HARTLEY & METZGER'S, SIGX OF THB RED PADLOCK. Russell's Massillon Reapers and Mowers, with which we challengo all competition Farmor Mower*, Troy Pattern, warranted. 100 Greencastle Grain Cradles, the only genu ine Greencastles in the County. Waldron's Grain Scythes. Beard's Silver Steel Grain Scythes. Gilt Grain Scythes, English Waldron Grass Scythes. YYaldron's English Pattern Scythes. Red Raoer Scythes Queen of the Meadow Seythes. Dunn's Guilt Scythes Gilt Baok Seythes. Red Rover Scythes Silver Steel Seythes. Black Snake Scythes. Mowery's Steel Back Scythes. American Waldron Soythes. Spring, Tooth, Horse, Hay and Grain Rakes, several of the best patents. Scythe Snaths in variety. Hand Rakes. Pitch Forks. Horse Hay-Forks. Field Cans. Scythe Stones, and Rifles of all kinds. Siokles. Rope, all siaes. Demijohns. Hammered Shovel Molds. Children's Carriages and Wagons. Ice Cream Freezers. In short, all kinds of Farm Implements and Machinery, at lowest oash prices. And the largest goneral Hardware stock in the county. Call and see us. may29tf Q IIILDREN'S CARRIAGES, OF THE BEST QUALITY, AT LYNCH'S HARDWRE STORE, CHEAPER THAN EVER BROUGHT TO BEDFORD. CALL AND SEE THEM. ALSO Hubs, Fellows, Spokes, Bows, Shafts, Spin dles, Axles, Springs, Hay Fork Pulleys, Hay Rone. Gr;rin Cradles and Scythes in quantity, jlatfwf T. M. LYNCH. PRINTERS' INK has made many a businessman rich We ask you to iry it in the columns of THE GAZETTE AUCTIONEER.— The undersigned having renewed his license as an auctioneer, offers his services to the public generally. Post office address Cumberland Vley. mar2om2* JOHN DICKEN. MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS, and Business men generally will advance their own interests by advertising in the ooluinns of THE GAZETTE, ORDERS from a distance for any kind of JOB PRINTING promptly attended to. Send to THE GAZETTE JOR OFFICE. Bed ford, P, sry-&ood$, ctr. "VT EW GOODS ~ X 1 AT THE CASH PRODUCE STORE ! J. M. SHOEMAKER HAS JUST RETURNED FROM THE CITY HE HAS BOUGHT A LARGE AND CHEAP STOCK OF GOODS, JUST AT THE RIGHT TIME. AT REDUCED PRICES, WHICH HE WILL SELL VERY CHEAP. GIVE HIM A CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. READY-MADE CLOTHING. IF you want a cheap suit of clothes, call at J. M. Shoemaker's cheap Store, Bed ford, Pa. junl2 DRESS GOODS. When you are in search of good dress goods, and cheap at that, call at J M. Shoemaker's Store. junl2 HATS. If you want a cheap and nice hat. so to J. M. Shoemaker's and you will be sure to get it. junl2 MEN'S WEAR. Avery large assortment of men's wear just received at J. M. Shoemaker's store. junl2 MUSLINS. A full line of bleached and unbleach ed muslins for sale at J. M. Shoemakers. junl2 HOOP SKIRTS. 4 complete line of Ladies' late style Hoop Skirts, just received at J. M. Shoe >r's store. junl2 TOBACCO. If you want good tobacco, go to J. M. Shoemaker's store. junl2 GROCERIES. When you want nice anil cheap gro ceries, call at Shoemaker's store. junl2 BED-TICKING. If you want a No. 1 article of bed ticking or hickory check, go to J. M. Shoe maker's store. junl2 HOSIERY, GLOVES, &C. When you want good hosiery, glovos, handkerchiefs, neck-ties, collars, Ac., call at Shoemaker's store. junl2 SALT. AA bags ground alum salt, just re- V/'_/ ceived, at J. M. Shoemaker's. junl2 RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR BARGAINS! NOW IS THE TIME AND G. R. OSTER A CO'S large and Spacious New Store is the place to buy your goods. They have just received an unusually large and cheap Stock of choice and desirable NEW GOODS, purchased since the LATE DECLINE at GREAT LY REDUCED PRICES, comprising a choice va riety of Ladies' Dress Goods, Heavy Black Gros Grain Silk for Saoques and Dresses, Black Al paca luster from low to sublime quality, Mohair all the now shades for walking suits, Melange for traveling suits, Beautiful Poplins, Armures, De laines, French Organdy Lawn, Scotch Gingham, White Merino, White Alpaca, White Pique for Saoques and Dresses, Dotted Swiss, Striped and Plaid Nansook, Organdy, Victoria Lawn, Shirred Muslin, Dimity, India Twill, Brilliant, Elastig, Shirting and table linen, Napkins, Towels Mar seilles, Allendale and Honey comb Quilts. Damask table covers, all the leading makes of muslin, New York Mills, Utica, Wamsutta, Lonsdale, Williamsville, Semper Idem, White Rook, Whit ney, Ao. A LARGE STOCK OF Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Ladies' Cloth, C.ittonade, Ticking, Shirting Stripe, Clothing Hats, Boots and Shoes, DECIDEDLY CHEAP. Carpets, Oil-cloth aud Window Shades, Wool fill ing and all wool Ingrain Carpets, Venitian entry, and stair carpet, new listing and Dutoh Yarn Carpets, the cheapest in town, Floor and Stair oil cloth, Gilt bordered window shades, cheap. FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES, choice Java, Laguayra and Rio coffee, choice Im perial, Young Hyson, Oolong and Japan Tea. Su gars and Syrups. In a word, everything you want. Call and see for yourselves. junl9'6B. SPRING GOODS.—A. B. CRAMER A CO. are now receiving the LARGEST aud MOST ELEGANT STOCK of GOODS, ever opened in Bedford. GREAT BARGAINS on hand, in every depart ment. TEKMS —oash, or six months approved credit. May 18, '6B. YITAR! WAR!! WAR!!! \\ Among the DRY-GOODS MERCHANTS ! FISHER & BURNS Have just received from Philadelphia, New York and Boston, a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Queensware, Ac., all of which will be sold below "low water mark,'" for cash or approved country produce. Their Room is in the old Post-office Building, (formerly ownod by C Loyer) 1 door west of the Bedford Hotel. jun26m6 BOOK AGENTS WANTED To soli cit orders for Dr. WILLIAM SMITH'S DIC TIONARY OF THE BIBLE. The Only Edition Published In America, Condensed By Dr. Smith's Own Hand. In one large Octavo volume, illus trated with over 125 steel and wood engravings Agents and subscribers see that you get the Genuine Edition By Dr. Smith. The Spring field Republican says, this edition published by Messrs Burr A Co. is the geuuine thing. The Coneregationalist says, whoever wishes to get in the cheapest form, the best Dictionary of the Bible should buy THIS. Agents are meeting with unparalleled success. We employ uo General Agents, and offer extra inducements to Canvassers. Agents will see the advantage of dealing directly with the PUBLISH ERS. For descriptive circulars with full particu lars and terms, address the Publishers, J B. BURR A CO., Hartford, Conn. may29m6 NAMMOTH SALE BILLS, print ed at short notioe. Large Bills make large sales. We know it to be so. TRY IT ! It will much more than pay the extra expense of print ing. Call at THB GAZBTTK JOB OFT