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C 3 __ Home and Around. IIUXTINGIMJN AND BKOAD TOP It.R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT.—TI.ME TNBLK. Mail Train leaves 3D Dallas at 1.20 p. m., ar rives at Huntingdon at 435 p. in.; leaves Hunt ingdon at 7.50 a. m., and arrives at Mt. Dallas at 11.06 a. m Accommodation Train leaves Saxton 7.30 a. m., and arrives at Huntingdon, at 9.20 a.m.; leaves Huntingdon at 5.00 p. in., and arrives at Saxton at 7 00 p. m. READ THIS.— A good second hand ed Piano for sale for $175, by J. T. Al sip, Arandale House, Bedford Springs. RADH AR. M KKTING.— Eighty-lirenan and boys in delegation.—Overwhelming (urn-oat o f (he Bondholders ! —On Tues day night last, the Radicals held a meeting in this place. They had ad vertised Gov. Geary, Tom Marshall and Galusha A. Grow, to be present at the meeting. Of course this was done merely for the purpose of drawing a crowd. But this ruse has been played so often by the Radicals, that this time it failed most signally. The crowd didn't come. We visited the Court House when the meeting was being organized, and there was plenty of room for all. A portion of the bar was occupied by ladies who were brought out to till up vacant seats. There was no crowd in the aisles, and on the stairs, and in the vestibule down stairs, but for the sake of appearances, it was moved that the meeting adjourn out -ide. This was done, and Mr. Hall, who wanted Pennsylvania to secede in ISG3, said something. Heack now ledged that there was extravagance at Wash ington, but we had gone beyond the point of economy in our history as a nation. What an admission ! This didn't suit the wire-pullers and they began to cough and call for "Scott." ll ill was compelled to retire, and John Scott, Esq., of Huntingdon, took the stand. His speech was a rehash of the old story about "rebels" end "traitors" and he admitted that Congress had e reeted governments in the South with out regard to race or color. 11 is speech elicited scarcely any applause. Then came John Cessna, bellowing like a bull of Bashan, making a great noise,like an empty barrel rolling down hill, but like the barrel, having noth ing in it. He dodged the issues of the campaign and went back to war times. He -aid the Democratic party had nev er done any thing to put down the re bellion, and then, in the next breath, declared that when he was a Democrat, he and Judge Kimmeil stood together and spoke together for the purpose of raising troops to sustain the govern ment! John was a Democrat himself during nearly four years of the war, and if he had the slightest sense of shame, or any other sort of sense, would not befoul hisown nest, by decry ing the course of the party to which he then belonged. But the dog will re turn to his vomit. John said the issue was between the "boys in blue" and the "boys In gray." He made a little mistake. He meant to say that it is between tiie boys in tchUt and the boys in black. He didn't say copperhead once; but be addressed the audienceas "fellow Democrats!" How decent John is just now! There are some meaner things in hell than cop perheads just now ! How he would like to fool somebody. The meeting then adjourned, tlat, dispirited,nobody but a few negroes cheering for Graat. 11 IC; it WATER.— Damage* done in ditjinut section* of the county. —The heavy fall of rain 011 last Thursday did considerable damage along the creeks. The waters were higher than they have been for a number of years. The Juniata at this place was full to over flowing, and lias not been so high since I*o2. Along Dunning'screek the most damage was sustained; fences, corn and timber of every description were carried away by the flood, while the lately sown grain fields were wash el very much. The mill dam of Dr. •Statler in Napier, that of Aivey Boy lan in Juniata, that of Cap?. Nelson of St. Clair, and the fullir.g mill dam of Valentine lliseling were swept away. The dams of Capt. Nelson and Dr. Statler were both buiitthissummerata heavy expense, and consequently those gentlemen suffered severely by the loss, as the necessary work of rebuilding can i scarcely lie done in time for the grind ing of this season. SMART FELLOW.— I The "local" of the Jn(/uirer isasmart fellow. He's a genius, or rather, "two rolled into one." He says we uttered a falsehood when we said that Col. Jordan "was in town on that day," (Saturday, Aug. 22), and a little further on discoursetli thus: "Un fortunately, the Col. was compelled to leave on Saturday morning and conse quently was not in town on that day." Why, my dear fellow, consult Greelv's almanac and tell us when Saturday be gins! How like a philosopher he rea sons. 'Tis a pity that so rare a genius should "waste his sweetness on the de sert air" of the Inquirer! He should be appointed to an agency of the Freed - men's Bureau at once. A Goon SlG>\—The old war horses of Democracy were out in full force on Monday evening. Never have we seen so many veterans in the cause in coun cil together. The old men are in fa vor of peace and they know that the only way to secure a permanent one is to put their shoulders to the wheel and elect Seymour and Blair. "Bet us have peace." BLOODY Kr.v.—-The gallant Demo- j crats of Bloody Run and vicinity form ed a Seymour and Blair Club, on Sat urday evening last. A largecrowd was present. Speeches were made by It. W. Berkstrcsser and B. F. Meyers. < 'OI HT.— Court is in session this week. The attendance is not largo, which is owing, no doubt, to the fact that nin ny farmers are not through yet with their seeding. We will give proceed ings next week. 0 A SHAW AND CLARK s2.~> Sewing Machine (in good order) for sale. En quire at this oflice. jul3tf. WE have been privileged to examine the A.MEICAN ORGANS, manufactured in Iloston, Mass., S. D. & H. W. Smith. For Parlor or C'hureh music and as an accompaniment to singing, for any in strument of its size, we have never heard anything more rich or grand. We are not surprised to learn that the manufacturers tind it difficult to supply the demand for their instruments. The church demand alone would be a match for the enterprise and skill of this large establisment. No congrega tion is excusable for having poor mu sic, when it is so easy to improve it at so little cost, by the purchase of one of these organs. As an addition to the parlor, they rank hardly second to the piano. There is a rich fullness in their tone, a variety and power in expression that is a valuable addition to home singing.— EransriUe (hid.) Journal. No loss can be more fatal to beauty, (■specially in the female sex, than the loss of the hair; glossy, luxuriant hair is one of the most power ful of all personal charms. When baldness or even a deficiency of hair exists, we naturally look for a dry and wrinkled skin, a faded complex ion ; when not actually seen, we see then) in imagination. Why, then not cultivate your hair ? Encourage it and strengthen it ; or, if your hair is gray or white, the natural color can be re stored by a few applications of Mrs. S. A. A GLEN'S IMPROVED (new style) HAIK RESTORER or DRESSING, (in one bottle.) Price One Dollar. Every Drug gist sells it. aug2Bml. No ADJOURNED COURT.— The jur ors summoned for the adjourned Court on the 2d Monday, 14 Sept., next, at Bedford, are notified that they need not attend, the li-t of causes having been continued by counsel, which ac tion has been approved by the Court. \v2 O. E. SHANNON, Proth'y. "BIG INJUN."—"LO, the poor Indi an" lias come to reside permanently in this liorough. He can be seen every day in front of D. W. Grouse's splendid cigar and tobacco establishment. Call and see the red man. WE would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in this day's paper, of Parker <t- Co., "A Com plete Revolution in Trade." We are credibly informed that Messrs. Parker & Co. are doing an immense business with all portions of the United States, and, what is still better, their system of business is giving universal satisfac tion. TIIE SHOW.— Many persons will come to the show on Thursday and spend fifty or seventy-five cents each for an hour's entertainment. A much better investment of the same amount of money can be made by dropping in at the Inquirer book store and buying a good book that will both entertain and instruct through many of the long winter evenings now close at hand. young lady writing to her moth er from Europe says: "Send me a dor en bottles of "Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorer." What I took with me is all gone, and I cannot think of spoiling mv hair with any other." The judg ment of all who have used Barrett's will confirm this lady's experience.— Boston Transcript. Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, for men women and children (the largest assortment in Bedford) are to be found at tlie "Regulator's." MA Rill ED. DIVKLY—IIITE—On the 6th inst.. by the Rev. C U. Heilman. at Mr Frank Board's. Mr M Z. Dively and Mr*. Sarah Jane Ilite, both of this county. DIED. HICK OK—ln this place, Sept. 4. 1868, Mrs. M try L. Ilickok, aged 73 years, 'ess 24 days Her health, had been feeble for some years. Latterly it had prevented her from mingling in society and from attendance upon the public means of grace in the sanctuary. She was a woman of intelligence and refinement. For fifty eight years she had been a member ef the Presby terian church, with which she was in connection at her death, ami f.. which she was ardently at tached. being regular in her attendance on the services thereof when health permitted, liberal in ber support of the institutions of the gospel, living an exemplary and consistent christian life. --For her to live was Christ and to die was gain. '' Far •blessed are the dead who died in the Lord.''— All her children, three sons and a daughter, sur vive her to mourn the demise of their revered par ent. May her (Sod and Redeemer be theirs to fol low and serve and enjoy JONES—On the sth inst.. Mrs. Marv Ann. wife of Thomas Jones, in St Clair tp . aged 56 years. 9 months and 16 days. \Vr I'" combine stylo with neatness of tit, And moderate prices with the. ht.it worlmattship. | ,KINKS' OXI3 I'UICE CLOTHING HOUSE,! 604 MARKET STREET, <!EO. IV. NIEMANN. PHILADELPHIA. |sopll,'6B.yl | VNNUAL STATEMENT of Bed ford Township School District accounts, for the school year ending June 1. 1863. RECEIPTS. Amount of school and building tax for the year, S32SO 11 Amount received for the Brideham school house, 15 25 Amount of State appropriation received 175 50 Total of receipts, $3470 86 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid for building new school house. $748 67 Amount paid for repairs, 74 47 Exonerations, 412 72 Treasurer's per centage 196 45 Teachers' salaries and contingencies, FUEL, AC-, 1986 81 j Total expenditures $3419 12 Balance on hand ssl 74 i Attest OWEN MrGIRR, THOMAS GILCHRIST. Sec y. President. ! sepllw2 Wfyt Advertisements. . *2B HOOP SKIRTS G2B t) AND CORSETS, CORSETS. V,"M. T. HOPKINS, No. G2S Arch Street, Philadelphia. MANUFACTURER 01-' THE CELEBRATED "CHAMPION - ' HOOP SKIRTS FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN, The largest assortment, ami Lest quality and styles in the American Market. Every lady should try them a.- they rocoinmend themselves bv wearing longer, retaining their shape much better, being lighter and more elastic than all oth ers—WARRANTED in every respect, and sold at very low prices. Ask for HOPKINs' "CHAMPI ON" SKIRT Superior Hand-made Whale-bone CORSETS in Fifteen different grades, including the "Imperial" and THOMPSON A LANGDON'S "GLOVE FITTING" CORSETS, ranging in prices from St Cents to $5.- 50 ; together with Joseph Deckel's CELEBRA TED FRENCH WOVEN CORSETS, superior shapes and quality, ten different Grades, from §1 10 to $5.50 They are the finest and best goods tor the prices, ever impored The Trade sup plied with HOOI SKIRTS and CORSET- at the Lowest Rates. Those visiting the City should not fail to call and examine our Goods and Prices, as we defy all competition. septll, fiaehma riMIE SUCCESS I OF OUR ONE DOLLAR SALE HAS CAUSF.D SUCH A COMPLETE REVGIs U T I O N IN TRADE. That in order to supply the demand occasioned by our constantly increasing patronage, we have recently made importations for the fall trade, direct from European Manufacturers, AMOUNTING 70 NEARLY $500,000, So that we are prepared to sell every description of Dry and Fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery. Watches, Albums, Jewelry, Ac. Of better quality th in any Other concern in the Coun try for the uniform prices of ONE DOLLAR FOR EACH ARTICLE. fji-The best of Boston and Mew York refer ences given as to the reliability of our bouse, and that our business is conducted in the fairest and most legitimate manner possible, and that we give greater value for the money than can be obtained in any other way. All"Goods damaged or broken in transportation replaced without charge. describing articles sold sent to ag ents in Clubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee every article to cost less than if bought at any Boston or New York wholesale House. OUR COMMISSIONS TO AGENTS Exceed those of every other establishment of the kind, —proof of this can be found in comparing our premiums with those of others FOR CLUBS OF THE SAME SIZE, in addition to which we claim to give better good* of the same character. We mill send to Agents free of charge. FOR A CLUB OF 30 AND THREE DOLLARS—I doz. good linen Shirt Fronts. 1 set Solid Gold Studs. All Wool Cassi me re for Pants. Fine white Coun terpane, large size. 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt 20 yards brown or bleached Sheeting, good quality, yard wide, 1 elegant 100 Picture - Moroeco-bound Photo. Album. 1 double lens Stereoscope and 12 Foreign Views. 1 silver plated engraved 5 bottle Castor. 1 elegant Silk Fan. with Ivory or Sandal Wood Framo, leathered edge and spangled. 1 Steel Carving Knife and Fork, very best quality ivory balanced handle. 1 handsome beaded and lined Parasol- 20 yds. good Print. 1 very fine Daraask Table Cover. 1 1 pair best quality Ladies" Serge Congress Boots. 1 doz. fine Linen T-nvels. * doz. Roger's best Silver Dessert Forks. 1 Ladies' large real Morocco Traveling Bag. 1 fancy dress pattern. ; doz. elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Kings. 1 doz" Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stock ings Gents' heavy chased solid Gold Ring. 1 pr. Ladies' high cut Balmoral Boots. 1 elegant Delaine Dress Pattern. 1 violin and Bow, in box complete. 1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons. FOR A CLUB OF 50 ASP FIVE DOLLARS — 1 black or colored Alpacca Dress Pattern. 1 set Laced Curtains 1 pr all Wool Blankets. Engraved Sil ver plated 6 bottle Revolving Castor. X beautiful Writing Desk. 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin. 3i yds. very fine Cassimere, for Pants and Vest. 1 set Ivory balanced handle Knives with stiver plated Forks. 1 elegant Satin Parasol, heavily beaded and lined with silk. 1 pr. gents Calf Boots. 30yds. good Print. 30 yds. good brown or bleached Sheet ing yard wide or 10 yds. J yd. wide, go id quality. 1 ladies' elegant Morocco Traveling bag. 1 square Wool shawl. 1 plain Norwich Poplin Dress pat ient. i; yets, uou wiatn ctoin ior mates CH'.IK. Elegant engraved Silver plated Tea Pot. 3 yds. double width water proof cloth foreloaking. FOR A CM. UUF 100 and TEN DOLLARS—I rich Merino or Thibet Dress pattern. 1 pr. fine Damask Table Cloths and Napkins to match. 1 pr gents French Cait Boots. 1 heavy, silver plated engraved lee Pitcher Yery fine all Wool Cloth for Ladies' Cloak. 1 web very best quality brown or bleached •Sheeting. 71 yds fine CaSsi me re for suit. 1 elegant English Borage Dress pattern, I beautiful English Barage Shawl. 1 set Ivory balanced handle Knives and Forks". 1 ladies or gents, Silver Hunt' ing-case Watch. 1 Bartlett Hand, Portable Sewing Machine. Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with record and photograph pages. 25 yds. good Hemp Carpeting, good color.-. 1 pr. good Marseilles Quilt. 1 good fi barrel Revolver 1 elegant fur muff and cape 1 single barrel Shot Gun. 1 Silver plat ed, engraved! t> bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bottles. 1 very fine Violin and Bow, in Case, i set Ivory balanced Knives and Forks. Presents for larger Clubs increase in the same ratio. SEND MONEY BY REGISTERED LETTER. Catalogue of Goods sent to any address FREE. I'ARK ER & CO. Nos 9S and 100 Sumner St.. Boston. w I. 4 ITER'S CHERRY PECTORAE] l or Diseases of the Throat and Lunjfs, such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Probably never before in the whole history of medicine, has anything won so widely and so deep ' ly upon the confidence of mankind, as this excel ; lent remedy for pulmonary complaints. Through a long series of year*, and among most of the race? j of men it has risen higher anil higher in their es ! tirnation, as it has become better known. Its uni j form character and power to cure the various af ; feetion? of the lungs and throat, have made it known as a reliable protector against them. While adapted to milder forms of disease and to young children, it is at the same time the most effectual remedy that can be given for incipient consumption, and the dangerous affections of the throat and lungs. As a provision against sudden attacks of Croup, it should he kept on hand in ev ery family, and indeed as all are sonietiuio sub ject to colds and coughs, all Ehould be provided with this antidote for them. Although settled Consumption is thought in curable, still great numbers of coses where the disease seemed settled, have been completely cured, and the patient restored to sound health by the Cherry Pectoral. So complete is its masterv over the disorders of the Lungs and Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it. When nothing else could reach them, under the Cherry Pectoral they subside and disappear. Singers and public Speakers find great protec tion from it. Asthma is always relieved and,often wholly cur ed by it. Bronchitis is generally cured by taking tho Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent doses. So generally are its virtue? known that we need not publish the certificates of them here, or do more than assure the public that its qualities are fully maintained. AYEII ' S A G U E CUR E, Fur Fever •„,/ A sue. Intermittent Fever. Chttt Fever, II eminent Fever, Dumb Ague, Peri odical or Billions Fever, ami indeed alt the affections which arise from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic poisons. As its name implies it does Cure, and docs not fail Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous substance whatever, it in no wise injures any pa tient. The number and importance of its cures in the ague districts, are literally beyond account, and we believe without a parallel in the history of Ague medicine Our pride is gratified by the acknowledgments we receive of the radical cures effected in obstinate cases, and where other reme dies had wholly failed Unacclimated persons, either resident in, or traveling through miasmatic localities, will bo protected by taking the AGUE CURE daily For Liver Complaints, arising from torpidity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimulating the Liver into healthy activity. For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it is an excellent remedy, producing many truly re markable cures, where other medicines had failed. Prepared by DR. J. C AVER A Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., and sold all round the world PRICE, 81.00 Per BOTTLE. sepll yl B. F. HARRY, agent. BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.—ESSAYS for Young Men on the interesting relation of Bridegroom to Bride, in the institution of Mar riage,—a Guide to matrimonial felicity, and true happiness. Sent by mail in sealed letter envel opes free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSO CIATION, Box P., Philadelphia, Pa. aug2B'6Syl READ WEEKLY "SHARP-SHOOT ER."—NoveI, Practical and awfully Sharp on Fo gies, Quacks, Pharisees and Politicians, 'faring them right through Only 50 Cents a year in advance. Send 3 ct. Stamp for sample. Address Dr S. M. Landis, Philadelphia, Pa. aog2lml j sfu? ST. HOUISand IRON MOUNTAIN RAILROAD COMPANY'S Seven per cent, first Mortgage Bonds. February and August Coupons. The earnings of the completed road to Pilot Knob are now more than the interest on the entire mortgage. The proceeds of these bonds are adding to the security every day. Over $8,000,- 000 have been spent on the property, and not ov er $2,000,000 of bonds issued thus far. The con stantly increasing traffic of carrying ore, with the prospect ofcontroling all the travel from St Lou is to the Southern States, insures an enormous revenue. The Directors own 8-10 of the stock for investment, and are interested to enrich the prop erty as well as to economize its expenses. THOS. ALLEN, President, St. Louis, Mo. We, the undersigned, coTdially recommend these seven per cent, mortgage bonds, of the St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad, as a good se curity. The revenue of the road will be large, and the administration of the affairs of the Com pany is in capable and experienced hands, and is entitled to the greatest confidence of the public. JAMES S. THOMAS, Mayor of St Louis. JOHN J. ROE, Pres'tSt. Louis Chamber of Com merce. £. W. FOX. Pres't St. Louis Board of Trade. BARTON BATES. Pres't North Mo. Railroad. J H. BRITTON, Pres't Nat. Bank of the State of Mo. WM. L. EWING, Pres't of the Mer. N. B. of St. Louis. GEO. H. REA, Pres't Second Nat. Bank of St. Louis. J AS. B. EADS, Chief Eng. St. Louis A 111. Bridge Co. GEO. W TAYLOR. Pres't Pacific Railroad (ofMo ) WM. I'ASSIG, Pres't Traders' Bank, St. Lout? JOHN K. LIONBERUEK Pres tT. N. Bank, St Louis. ADOLPHUS MEIER, Vice Pres't U. Pacific Rail way. ROBERT BARTA. Pres't German Savings Insti tution. Coupons payable in the city ot New York. A limited number of the above named Bonds for sale at Eighty-five Parties living out of the city can remit by draft or express, and the bonds will be returned'by express free of charges. We in vite the attention of capitalists and others to them, as. in our opinion, a very desirable investment, destined to rank as a first-class security. Descrip tive Pamphlets. Maps and information can be had on application to TOWNSEND, WIIELEN A CO., No. 3rty Walnut St., Philadelphia. Agents of the St. Louis and Iron Mountain R. R. Co. Philadelphia references : —CAMBRIA IRON CO. ; liiw. BACON A Co.; Taos. A. BIIMH.E A Co A XK *- ALL STYLES AND SHAPES. GUGET YOURS FOR NOTHING JO Any one who sends us an order for Five (5) Ax es, at one dollar and a half each, with the cash, will receive one extra, for nothing. We will put our Axe alongside of any other make and prove it the best finished and the lar gest steel, measuring two and a half inches. We have made Axes for twenty-two years, and won't yield the palm in shape to any manufac turer. and yet confess that a "Sucker of Illinois," called COLIIURN. beats us in his patent shape. The circular bit and continuous edgo makes the same labor produce twice as much effect. We eall it OouiuiiN's PATENT It E D J A C K E T A X E. Any one who sends us an order for Five Axes of this shape, at Two is 2) Dollars each, with the cash, will receive one extra for nothing. All responsible Hardware Dealers sell the "LIP PINCOTT AXES." Buy from them. But if there should happen to be out so unfortunate as not to know us, send the money and we will be sure to please you. LIPPINCOTT A BAKEWELL, Pittsburgh. Pa. Sole owners of Colburn's Patent Axe. LS |i)AA A YEAR TO AGENTS a} I .1 M ' to gel! the Star Shuttle Sewing Machines. Full particulars free Extra induce ments to experienced Agents. Call on or address IV G. WILSON A CO., Cleveland, 0.; Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, JIo. YJ7" ANTED—AGENTS. $75 to S2OO \\ per month to sell the GENUINE IM ITUTVED COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Price only sl*i. Address SECOMB A CO., Pittsburgh. Pa., or Boston, Mass. 117" A NTKD.—Salesman to travel z T for a Mitnuta<TurTi, K ftnil sat! by sample. Good wages are guaranteed. Address, with stamp, H. D HAMILTON A CO., No 413 Chestnut St , Philadelphia. Pa. V GENTS WANTED. sl7sa month to sell the GENUINE OROIDE HUNTIHG CASED WATCHES, best imitation gold watches made. Price sls Great inducements to agents'. Address OROIDE WATCH CO., Boston. Mass. fjv> GOOD TRUSTY AGENTS.— I We will guaranty SSO per week and expenses. For particulars, address G. W.JACKSON A CO., Baltimore, Md. \LL wanting employment can have a good business by addressing DAVIS & DKO , 772 tSansvui ftt., Phi la. • r jTVS wvnoa HNTO tLVHHD U i Hundreds of articles for families at ONE DOLLAR each. New fall Circular now ready. Checks 10 cents eaeh, describing arlicle. Great inducements to Agents STOCKMAN A CO , si Water Street, Boston, Mass.. |^ LLIS' iIK >N BITTERS Wii.r, en -1 j ri; h the blosd and prevent it from becoming : watery ami weak, ami give a florid complexion, restore the appetite and invigorate the system. Perfectly harmless tonic and palatable, and ean be taken at all times. The IRON in these Bitters j easily enters into the circulation, being in the form ; of a Pritopaosrii ATE, it is more readily absorbed into the system than any other form of Iron. Pre pared ami for sale by WM ELLIS, 12 So. Dela ware Avenue. Philadelphia, and for sale by drug gists generally. nii. GKIGER'S ASTHMA \ J CIFIC Is the only pleasant and permanent cure for ASTHMA as is being testified by many grateful patients. KKFKRE.VCE.S :— tjco. II Stuart, Esq., 13 Bank st.. Phiia.; Kev K. W Wciaer, Manchester. Ml. One bottle S2; three for So CHAS. A. liElti- EK, M. D., Manchester. Carroll county. Md. I)LOOD. MANIIOOJ) —Nothing so ) important. Beud two stamps for sealed 72 page on the whole subject. DR. WHITHER, confi dntia] physieian, 617 St Charles st., St. Louts, Mo . stands pre-eminently above all others in his speciality. No matter who failed, state your case. Petiepts treated by mail in every State. PSYCHOM ANCY, or soul charm tug. How either sex may fascinate anl gain the affections of any one they choose, instantly ; also secure prosperity in love or busieess. Every one can acquire this singular power. This queer, ex citing book has been published by us ten years, the sale of which has been enormous, and is the <<nly book of the kind in the English language. •Sent bv mail for 20 cts., orfive for one dollar, to- f ether with a guide to the unmarried. Address WILLIAM A CO., Book Publishers, Philadel pbia. JJR. TAY U >R'S OLIVE BBANCII BITT E R S . A milt! ami agreeable TONIC STIMULANT, STOMACHIC AND CARMINATIVE B I T T E li S. E x x n A c T E i> entirely from Herbs ami HOOTS. Highly beneficial in DYSPEPSIA, OENERAL I) Elsl LIT Y, and Loss of Appetite; and an excellent CORRECTIVE for persons suffering from Disorders of the Bowels, Flatulence, Ac. SOLD Everywhere. Depot, No. 413 Market St., Philada. J. K. TAYLOR & CO. sepllflS.'yl tp a ii u m u rg, What a wonder That the doors Are open wide; Ever since the b i rst of August Thousands have Pain Paint applied. Those who lie. Or call it humbug. Arc the doctors, Not acquaint ; For they always Have beeu jealous When their patients Use Pain Paint. Pile up facts As high as mountains, Flash the truth Before their eyes, But the cry Is always humbug, Men of science Full of lies. People know that liniments composed of Cay enne pepper, turpentine, hartshorn, ether, Ac., will produce inflammation and pain. To purchase such trash to stop Pain and Inflammation is ridicu lous. Fire will not stop heat; a dumb brute shuns the heat, and knows enough to wade in a pond of water, when wounded, to reduce, coo'., and cure Inflammation and Fever. Pimps and gamblers try to look honest, but folks ean read the face too plainly. Some try to persuade the ignorant that pills, physic, Ac., cleanse the blood, purge the system, and do a hundred other things equally absurd. Every body knows that it is false, and that no medieine can purify or increase a drop of blood Food makes blood, bone, and muscle, and is the Staff of Life. Every dose of medicine swallowed is reject ed, and hurried out of the system as quick as pos sible. It is an enemy ; yea. a deadly foe. Con stipation, ill health, and weakness, are the result of dosing, dosing, dosing the stomach. —The living 1 system has enough to do without working herself j to death in expelling and kicking out the perni ! cious nostrums poured down the throat. Food she welcomes when she needs it: yea, asks for it. Let pill makers and physic venders stop eating food, and see how long they can subsist on their i blood-purifying, invigorating, health-giving med i icines and cordials. What humbug is more trans ' parent * A dog would feel so insulted if offered j a dose, be would curl his tail downward in scorn, and run away in utter disgust. All physical pain arises from inflammation. I'ut out the tire and you stop pain absolutely. You can stop pain as easy as you can quench fire with water. WOLCOTT'S PAIN PAINT subdues inflammation, heat, and fe ver one hundred times faster than ice. Thousands have had a practical test of its merits at the very moment of most extreme pain and they can testi fy that it has not failed in doing its work. It is simple :it is harmless, it has no stain ;it gives no smart; it is for sale by Druggists everywhere : and it is tested free of cost at 170 CHATHAM SQUARE. N Y., and 622 Arch Street, Philadelphia My wife bad an ulcer on her leg for thirteen years, caused by varicose veins, ulceration extend ing from her ankle to her knee, some places eating away to the bone. I have employed over twenty physicians at vast expense during this period. But all attempts at cure proved utterly abortive until I tried Dr. Wolcott's Pain Paint, which the doctors told me was a humbug. But humbug or not, it has done the work completely in less ihan one month, removing the pain at the first applica tion. I kept her leg wot with Pain Paint con stantly until healed. I wish we had more hum bugs as usetu! as Dr Wolcott's Pain Paint. lam well kuown in this city any p.erson who wants to make further inquiry will call at 101 West Street, New York, at the Hanover House, of which I am the proprietor, and I think I can satisfy them as to the benefit derived by the use of Pain Paint. May 12, 186 c PETER MINCK I am selling Wolcott's Pain Paint and Anuihila tor. and it certainly gives satisfaction to my cus tomers. D F COLES, Druggist, Labway, N. J. r am selling more of Wolcott's Pain Paint, than ally other Patent Medicine. C. X. CIUTTEXTON, Wholesale Druggist, No. 7 6th Ave., N. Y I sell more of Wolcott's Pain Paint than all the other patent medicines combined, and I keep a full supply of all that have any demand. VALENTINE II A .MM ANN, Druggist. No. 11. 7th Avenue, New York. J ICKNBED BY THE | j UNITED STATES AUTHORITY. NEW ENGLAND ! PAWNIHIOK Klt'S JOINT STOCK OF T NKEDEEMED HOODS, CONSISTING OF SILKS, SIIAWLS, DRESS GOODS, Linen Goods, Dry Goods, Cottons, Fancy Goods, Albums, Bibles, Sil ver Plated Ware, Watches, Cutlery, Sewintr Machines. £<•.. <S-c. To be sold at ONE DOLLAR EACH, without re gard to value, and not to be paid for until you know what you are to receive. STOCK VALUED AT S2fli).floo, SALESROOM. 30 Hanover st., Boston. Tho most popular, reliable, prompt and business like concern of the kind. The best of Boston ref erences furnished on application By patropii iug this sale you have a chance to exchange your goods with a large variety to select from. Terms to Agents—We believe our Terms to Agents are superior to those offered by any other J house. Take Particular Notice Of This : Our I Agents are not required to pay one dollar for their presents, as in all other concerns. Certificates giving a complete description of articles that wi'l be sold for one dollar each, will be sold at the following rates: Ten fob $1 ; j Thirtv (with present) for S-i; Sixtv (with pre sent) $6; One Hc.xobkd (with present) $lO. And same rate for larger clubs Look at this Cii vn> e to get a Silk Dress. Sew ing Machine, Gold Watch, or some other good articles of equal value, with but very little trouble and no expense to the Agents For a Cm b op Thiutv, we will give the person sending it the choice i f the following articles : Prints Dress Pattern, Worsted Breakfast Shawl, White Linen Tablecloth. Embossed Table Spread, Sat of steal-bladed Knives and Forks. Set of Sil ver-plated Forks. Elegant Engraved Silver-plated Gold-lined Goblet. Violin and Bow, Fancy Dress Pattern. Pair Ladles' Extra quality Cloth Boots. I Elegant Beaded Silk Parasol, Oue-Hundre 1-Pic. ; lure Morocce Photograph Album. Elegant Iv >ry j handled Spangled Silk Fan. One dozen large sized | Linen Towels. Ladies' Morocco Shopping Bag. Al i hambra Guilt. Fancy Balmoral Skirt, Ladies' solid Gold California Diamond King. Gent's Plain or i Engraved Gold King. (16 carats fine.) Ladies' i Solid Black Walnut Writing Desk, Ladies' Fancy i Black Walnut Workbox. or a Cottage Clock. | For A Club Of Sixty, one of the following arti cles Fancy Cashmere DresS Pattern, Three yards double width Water Proof Cloaking, Thibet shcwl. Four yards Wool "rocking. Sot of Lace Curtains. Ladies' double Wool Shawl, Silver-plated Card Ba.-ket, Splendid Engraved Silver-plated Ice I'itcuer. Engraved Silver-plated Tea Pot, Onc- Hundred-Picture Turkey Morocco Photograph Album. Lancaster Quilt. Fancy pi ad Wool Shawl, Twenty-five yds. Sheeting, Alpaeoa Dress Pattern, Engraved Silver-plated six bottle Revolving Castor, Pair Gent's Calf Boots Harris Cloth Pants and Vest Pattern. Splendid Balmoral Skirt. Set of Ivory-handle Knives with Silver-plated Foiks. Pair of all Wool Blankets. Rosewoo j-framo Brass Alarm Clock, Splendid beaded ari l lined Silk Par asol. Ladies' splcndi 1 Morooco Traveling Bag, Thirty yards Print, or a Marseilles Quilt. For aCli b op One Hundred, Splendid Engrav ed Silver-plated Tea Set, three prices (sugar Bowl.) Tea Pot and Creamer,; Silver-plated Cake Basket, Fancy plaid Wool Long Shawl, Twenty five yds. Hemp Carpeting. Splendid Violin and Bow, Engli.-h Borage Shawl, Forty-five yards Sheeting. Splendid Alpacca Dress Pattern, Silver Hunting Case Watch, Splendid Family Bible with elegant Steel Engravings and Family Record and Photograph Page. Poplin Dress Pattern. Engrav ed Silver plated Ice Pitcher, Splendid Beaver Cloth Pattern, and Vest Pattern extra quality, Splendid Aecordeon Music Box, One pair fine Damask Table Covers with One Dozen Dinner Napkins to match. PRESENTS FOR LARGE CLI'BS IN PROPOR TION. This is no Humbug Lottery Gift Enterprises or Sale of Cheap Jewelry, but a fair, square Sale of Unredeemed Goods. Our Goods are New and not Second Handed. And we guarantee more for the money invested than can bo bought at any wholesale store in the country- Agents will please take notice of this. Do not send names, but number your clubs from one up wards. Make your letters short, and plain as possible. Be sure and send money amounting to So,oo or more by Registered Letters (which can be sent from any office), P. O. Money Order, or Express; for when sent in this way you run no risk of los ing it whatever. Small amounts may be sent by mail, but be sure and put them in the offiee your self.^ It's cannot be responsible for Money lost un less some precautions are taken to insure its sifty. Send your address in full, Town, County and State. All Certificates are good until redeemed. S. C. THOMPSON A CO., No. 30 Hanover-St., Boston. Send for Circulars ju'.3lw4 / 1 RANT ANDOOLFAX. \T AGENTS WANTED for J. T Headly's Life of Grant. Now ready, a Life of Colfax, with a Steel Portrait. Price, 25 c. Given with every copy of Grant. The National Hand-Book of Facts i and Figures, just issued, is the Book for the Times Sent for $1 50. TREAT <t CO., Publishers, 650 Broadway New York jul3lw4 rrn b a cco a nt £ dot e, [_ Warranted to remove ail desire for Tobac- ! co. This great remedy is an excellent appetizer It pitrifr> the blood, invigorates the system, pos- j sesses great nourishing and strengthening power, enables the stomach to digest the heartiesl food, makes sleep refreshing, and establishes robust health. Smokers and Chewkrs for Six'y Years Cured. Price, Fifty Cents post free. A treatise on the injurious effect* of Tobacco, with lists of ; references, testimonials, Ac., sent free. Agents wanted. Address Dr. T. R. ABBOTT, Jersey City, N. J. 3ktt? WE A R E € O M I N O, AND WILL PRESENT TO ANY PERSON Sending us a Club in our Great One Dollar Sale of Dry <k Fancy G O O D S, A WATCH, piece of SHEETING, SILK DRESS PATTERN, Ac., Ac., FREE OF COS T Our inducements during the past few years have been large. WE NOW DOUBLE OUR RATES OF PREMIUMS. Our friend, trill readily notice our Present* for 30 ami 60 Clubs are note more than equal in ra/ue to Ch'hs of 60 and 100 re spectively of other firms. fiH'LEASE EXAMINE. JFJ Any person ordering either of the Clubs men tioned below, can have their selections of premi ums enumerated, corresponding with the size of the Club. FREE OF ONE DOLLAR: FOR A CUB OF 30. ($3). --One of the following articles, viz : Delaine dress pattern ; fancy col ored bed spread ; 100 view Turkey morocco al bum ; 20 yards sheeting ; striped cashmere de laine dress pattern ; honey comb quilt ; all wool square shawl ; set solid gold bosom studs; all wool fancy cashmere pants and vest pattern; gent's hair guard cl ain. gold trimmings; silver plated chased butter dish ; silver plated 5 bottle revolving castor, on feet; set superior steeled bladed knives and forks; worsted promenade shawl; ladies" long gold plated chain; ladies' double gold ring; gents' heavy chased solid gold ring ; solid black walnut work box or writing desk ; extra quality balmoral skirt; set jewelry sleeve buttons to match ; violin and bow ; gents' cardigan jacket, splendid ebony D flute, ivory trimmings; superior Turkey morocco shopping bag; ladies' high cut balmoral boots. FOR A CLUB OF 60, ($6.) —One of the following articles, viz . Black or colored alpaca dress pat tern ; poplin dress pattern ; one piece of bleached or brown sheeting ; engraved silver plated 6 bot tle revolving castor; 3 1-2 yards superior cash mere for pants and vest pattern ; extra heavy honey comb quilt; two fancy colored bedspreads; pair gent's calf boots; 4 yds. farmers' goad wool trucking fancy cashmere plaid dress pattern ; best quality balmoral skirt; rosewood brass alarm clock ; ladies' all wool cloak pattern ; silver pla ted cake or card basket; fur muff or cape : ladies' fashionable wool double shawl; splendid clasped family Bible, 9x12, record page and engravings; 3 yds. double width water proof cloaking ; set ivory handle knives, with silver plated forks; one set lace curtains. FOR A CUB OF 190, (slo)— One of the following articles, viz : 4 yds. double width cloaking or coating; 2 large, tine, bleached linen tablecovers, with one doz. Urge sized dinner napkins to match ; twenty-five yards splendid hemp carpeting, good colors : extra quantity black or alpaca dress pat terns; extra quality poplin dress patterns; one large piece superior quality extra width sheeting ; pair gents'calf boots, best quality; silver hunt ing-cased patent lever watch ; one dozen ivory handled steel bladed knives and forks; silver pla ted engraved 6 bottle revolving castor, with cut glass bottles; splendid violin, box and bow. com plete ; single barrel shot-gun ; Bacon's six-barrel revolver , pair superior white wool blankets; nice fur muff and eape; silver plated engraved ice pitcher, with salver ; seven and one half yards all wool fancy cassimere, for suit ; one dozen Rogers' best silver plated forks; common sense sewing and embroidering machine; two heavy honey comb quilts; splendid tamily Bible, record and photograph page. For larger Clubs the value increases in the same ratio. Catalogue of Goods and Sample sent to any ad dress free. Send money by registered letter. Address all orders to ALLEN. HA WES A CO., lb Federal St., Boston, Mass. P. O. Bar C. Wholesale Dealers in Dry and Fancy Goods, Cut lery, Plated Ware, Albums, LeatberGoods, Ac., Ac. ju!3lw4 jgtak IpOR SALE OR TRADE. 2 tracts, of 160 acres each, within three miles of a depot on the Union Pacific Railroad, back of Omaha. 1 tract of bottom land, timbered and praire. two miles from Omaha city. One-third of 7,000 acres in Fulton county. Pa., including valuable ore, mineral and timber lands, near Fort Littleton. Over 4,000 acres of valuable ore, coal and tim ber lands in West Virginia. Also—32o acres of land in Woodbury co., lowa. ALSO—Twenty-five one acre lots, adjoining the borough of Bedford, with limestone rock for kiln or quarry, on the upper end of each. ALSO 32(1 acres in Reynolds Co., Missouri. ISO do do Shannon do do 270J do do Bollinger do do 80 do do Franklin do lowa. ALSO. b lots of gronnd, in Bedford, 60 by 240 It . former ly part of the Lyons' estate. O. E. SHANNON, jun2l.'67yl Bedford, Pa. "17" ALU ABLE IJAND FOR SALE y —The undersigned offers for sale the follow Ins; valuable bodies of land : TURKS CHOICE TRACTS OF LAND, containing 160 acres each, situated on the Illinois Central Railroad. in Champaign county. State of Illinois, 8 miles from the eity of Urbar.a. and one mile fiom Kentual Station on said Railroad. Two of the tracts adjoin and one ©f them has a never failing pond of water upon it The city of Urban* contains about 1.1)00 inhabitants. Champaign the greatest wheat grow ing county in Illinois. ALSO — One-fourth of a tract of land, situated in Broad Top township, Bedford county, contain ing about 45 acres, with all the coal veins of Broad Top running through it. ALSO — Three Lots in the town of Coalmont. Huntingdon county. Jan 2d, '66-tf F. C REAMER /iAA ACRES OF EXCELLENT I)\ M f FARM land for sale —one TRACT containing 242 ACRES, with good log house and barn thereon ; also a good SAW-MILL, worth a rental of S2OO por annum. About half of this tract is excellent bottom and the balanc upland. About 10U ACRES CLEARED, well fenced and in a good state of cultivation. Balance well timbered. The whole tract is well watered, and is situate on Dunning'? creek, in St Clair tp.. adjoining lands of John Alstadt, Jacob Andrews and Jacob Beckley. The mill and farm will be sold separately, or together, to suit purchasers. ALSO, one tract Containing Is.' acres, having a good 1 g house and barn and out buildings there on. About 85 acres cleared, well fenced and in a good state of cultiva ion ; balance covered with an excellent growth of valuable timber—well watered and situate near Pleasantville, In St. Clair Township, adjoining lands of John Alstadt. Jacob Bow er. Jacob Beckley and Joseph Smith ALSO, one tract containing 157 acres, about 2l) 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 M.ck. These lands formerly belonged to the estate of Nicholas Lyons, deceased, and are in a neighbor hood well supplied with schools, churches, stores, Ac. Each of these tracts will be sold as a whole or in parts, to suit purchasers, and will bo offered at private s do until SATURDAY, the 14th of Nov. next, when, if not disposed of, they will be sold to the highest and best bidder at public salo, of which timely notice will he given. For further particulars, address personally, or by letter, J \V DICKEKSON, Attorney-at-Law, yulyStf Bedford, l'a. rpilE CHAMPION'. X HICKOKS PATENT PORTABLE Keystone Cider and Wine Mil! OVER 16,000 TN USE AXD APPKOVED. This admirable machine is now ready for the fruit harvest of 1868, is made in the most perfeot manner, with two tubs, and is worthy the atten tion of all persons wanting such a machine. It has no superior in the market, and is the only mill that will properly grind grapes This is the original mill, much improved and the best in the United States. FOR SALE BY ALL RESPECTABLE DEALERS. I also make two sizes of superior Presses for Berries, &e. W. 0. IUCKOK, Ilarrisburg. Pa. HARTLEY & METZGER sole agents for Bed ford co., will sell to dealers on liberal terms. A full supply kept at their store in Bedford sepdmii F| W. CBOUSE^ DttALF.tt is ALL KINDS or SEGAItS, TOBACCO, PIPES, And a general assortment of Smokers and Chew ers' articles, BEDFORD, Pa. jul 31,'OSyl, VUCTIOa EER. —The undersigned having renewed bis lieenso as an auctioneer, offers his services to the public generally. Post olliee address Cumberland Vley iuar2(lm2* JOHN DICK EN rpERMS for every description of Job X PRINTING CASH ! for the reason that for every article iee use, we must pay cash; and the ctsh system will enable us to do our work as low as it ean be done in the cities. ,)r. WAUON'S FOR SALE" AT KNOX' SHOPS, near Bedford. japrllhf •ftotitt!*, &(. A rOUNG MEN, do you want Situa- I tions in Stores, or any other business in the city of New York, if so, you can obtain them by addressing (enclosing stamp) M. K. GLINES A CO . aug2Bw4 336 Broadway, New York. A CTIVE AND EFFICIENT A- J\ GENTS WANTED, in thia county for the UNION MCTCAL LIFE INSCBANCK COHPAXV. Claiming, as this Company does, some advan tages peculiar to itself, Agents are afforded an easy and successful method for securing risks. A liberal commission paid to agents, who must fur nish first-class references. Address, D. S. Glon inger. M. D , General Agent, No 129 South 7th St., Philadelphia, Pa aug2S4w QAVE COSTS!—-All jiersons having" accounts on the books of the firm of G. R. A W. Oster are respectfully requested to call at once and settle the same by Cash or Note, otherwise costs will be added without respect to persons. G. R. A W. OSTEH Bodford Pa. Aug. 14. 1865m3 \F P. SCHELL, TT • GENERAL AOENT OF THE National Life Insurance Company of the United States of America, for Blair, Bedford, Cambria, Huntingdon and Somerset counties. . & Reliable and efficient local agents wanted in every town and township Apply to W P. SCHELL. eep4tf. Bedford. P*. All papers in above counties will publish thia notice for two weeks, and send bill to W. P S. JJUILDERS and CONTRACTORS! TAKE NOTICE ! Sealed proposals for the erection of the Bodford county Poor House will be received at the office of the county commissioners in Bedford, until SATURDAY THE 15TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, NEXT. when the contract will be awarded, 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 high*. large enough to accommodate one hundred and twenty p>aupers, and to be comple ted, and ready for use on, or before, the Ist day cf October, 1869. The Commissioners will furnish tho bricks All the labor, aud all other materials must be 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 the contract, and the contractor will be held to a strict compliance therewith. All proposals should be addressed to Jno. G. Fisher, Commis sioners' clerk, Bedford. Pa. MICHAELS. RITCHKY, DAVID HOWS A RE, PETER M BARTON, jul 17ra2 Commissioners. 4 G E N T S W A N T E D. x\_ —LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF THE GREAT REBELLION Containing Thrilling Adventures, Daring Deeds, Startling Exploits, and Marvellous Escapes of Spies, Scouts and De tectives. The Cheapest, most complete and intensely in teresting war book yet published, containiug over 500 pages and numerous engravings. Price only $2.75 Send for circular and terms. Also, Family Quarto Bibles, best edition pub lished. WILLIAM FLINT, Publisher, aug2lml No. 26 S. Seventh, Phil'a.. Pa. MHE HOUSEHOLD! J AS Machine! FOR SUPPLYING DWELLINGS, STORES. FAC TORIES, CHURCHES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS WITH GAS ! Generates Gas without Ft re or Beat ! The simplicity and ease by which this Machine is managed, as also its economy and great merit, recommends it to public favor. Call and see ma chine in operatioß at the store ' Manufacturer and Sole Agent, DAVID JONES, TIN FURNISHING STORE, No 733 GREEN ST., PHILADELPHIA. Q Send for illustrated Circular. aug2lm3 I> ALA NC E SHEET Yoi u nteer ) Fund. Liberty tp.. Bodford eo Pa., August 8, 1868. Receipts from collectors for past year (Balance slßl 37 of last year included.! $1161.24 PAYMENTS. Bond No. 9. John Fulton $354.00 " " BJ. Shirley 354.00 " " 4 L. Putt 357.86 Three insertions of last bal. sheet in GAZETTE and Inquirer 25.20 David Cyphers col. tax 3.22 Saia'l Bolinger " '• 3.00 Henry Kelley " " 3.60 Jno. Fulton treasurer 23.72 Auditors 7.50 $1132.10 Balanao in hand 29.14 We, the Auditors of Liberty twp., have to-day examined the annual statement of John Fulton treasurer of volunteer fund for said township and find it correct ISAAC KENSINGER, GEO. ROADES, sep4w3 GEO. FLUKE. I )RKSI I IFNTIAL CAMPAIGN X CAPES and CAPS. 18GS. Manufactured by PHILIP HILL, No. 204 CHURCH street, Philadelphia. N. B —Presidential Campaign Torches, 25, 28, 3ft, 35 aud $lO per hundred. Scud for engravings and price list. sep3W t W'LL L()UAII BY ' S PATENT Ol'M SPRING GRAIN DRlLL—Chal lenges competition. Is the only drill that wilt sow regularly. Has no pins to break and can be used on rocky and stumpy fields and on the hill side with the same advantage as on the level ground As the supply is limitod and the de mand greater than ever, engage what you want soon of HARTLEY' A METZGEK, the only au thorized agents for this part of Penn'a. jul-Utf KEYSTONE CIDER MILLS— Best in the market, Separators, Horse Pow ers. Feed Cutters, Corn Shelters, and all kinds of | latest improved Farm Implements. THIMBLE SKEINS and a full assortment of ( Carriage bolts, Clips. Hobs. Spokes, Felloes, j Shafts. Bands, Axles, Springs Ac., at manufactur er's prices. Shoe findings and all kinds of leather A com | plete stock of builders' Hardware, Barn Door ' Hangers, Hinges, Oils, Paints, Iron, Nails. Brass | Kettles, Apple Parers, Water Pipe and cvery ! thing else needed in the Harwarc line, including • the celebrated Chambersburg Cook Stove, all of , which we nuw sell at eastern prices, for cash. HARTLEY A METZGEK. Sign of the Red Pad Lock. ! OT<) YES ! STOYES ! B. M BLYMYER A CO. have added to their large assortment of Stoves ; several improved Paterns. SPEAR'S improved Anti-dust COOKING [ STOVE is one of the greatest inventions of tho age. SPEAR S Revolving Light Anti-dust PARLOR STOVE, which is a perpetual burner, and is war ranted to need replenishing with coal but once a day, and after once being filled will burn 24 hours. Also, Agents for Spear's Parlor and fire-place stowes. We have also the Oriental Parlor and Heating Stoves, which has given universal satisfaction In addition to the above we have in store the celebrated Wellington, Prince Royal, Oriental, Noble and other Paterns of Cooking Stoves. We have a fine assortment of Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron ware. Brass and Porcelain Kettles, all of which we will sell low for cash. aag2Sin3 u R/ CH AS croesus " TH EMENDOUS EXCITEMENT ' Unpre cedented Rush for the New Cuatsvs S O A P. The washing powers of this Soap are truly mar velous. No person who has ever tried it will do without it. Its recommendations are perfect PURITY, utter HARMLESSNESS and wonderful EFFICIENCY'. Warranted to contain more washing power to the dollar's worth than an/ other soap in the market—therefore the CHEAPEST. Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed, (if used according to directions) or MONEY RE FUNDED. Ask any grocer for it. Manufactured only by HCKCKLEY A HALL, (CRTKSUS SOAP WORKS,) No. 448 York Ave., (Old York Road,) Philad'a oug7m<s RII. SI PES' MARBLE WORKS. K. H. SIPES still continues the manu factory of Monuments, Tombstones, Table-Tops, Counter Slabs, Ac., at Bloody Run. Bedford eouti ty. Pa , and having on hand a well selected stoek of Foreign and Domestic Marble, is prepared to fill all orders promptly and do work neat and in a workuianlik,, style, and on the most reasonable terms. All work warranted. Jobs delivered to all parts of this and adjoining counties without ex tra charge, aprl9,'6Byl VERY VARIETY AND STYLE \i OF JOE PRINTING neatly executed at low late- at Tux BEDFORD UAZXTTK office. Call and eave your orders. T HE BEDFORD GAZETTE is the best Adrertirag Medium o Southern Peua sylvania.