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Home and Around. - II: XTINGDON AND BUOAI> TOP R.R. -SI MMKB AHRANOKMEXT — TIMRTABLE —On uii after 24th, paaaenger truins will arrive end depart a? follows: Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p. m., ar- r j v ,. ? t Huntingdon at 420 p. m ; leaves Hunt ingdon at 3.40 a. ni., and arrives at Mt. Dallas at 11 52 a ui Express Traill leaves Mt. Dallas at 6 -Vo a. m , and arrives at Huntingdon, at 10.10 a. m.; leaves Huntingdon at 5.55 p. m., and arrives at Mt. Dal las at 9 26 p. m. No PAPER NEXT WEEK.—In order to enable "all hands" to celebrate the anniversary of American Independ ence no paper will be issued from this office next week. This is a custom ob served ly all country newspapers. We wish all our readers a "glorious Fourth." (ione to grass—the farmers. The grape crop promises to be a good one. Summer is now upon us in all its in tensity. Dastardly dogs are killing sheep in Fulton. Bold burglers are plying their vo cation in Franklin county. A velocipede rider, "on wheels," w:ts seen on onr streets the other day. Judge Nelson is Chairman ol the Democratic county committee of Ful ton. Smokers and chewers can get TIIE TIEST cigars and tobacco, in town, at Crouse's "Resort." Rev. Dr. Geisenheiner will preach in the Lutheran church, on Sabbath next, at 10A o'clock. If you want neat job work (lone, as cheap as in the city, call at the GA ZKTTE Office. The Democracy of Fulton county re fused to entertain the proposition for the adoption of the so-called "Craw ford County System." Sensible action. Farmers don't forget to call on SMIRKS & JORDAN and see the Great Western Lever Hay and Grain ilake. All the sections of the Pittsburg and Connellsville railroad have been let, and we learn that the work is pro gressing fiinely. Everybody smokes aud chews Crouse's cigars and tobacco—Resort: .Sign of the Indian in front of store, on Pitt street. HORSE STOLEN.— On Wednesday night of last week, a roan horse valued at fl.so, was stolen from the pasture-field of Mr. Samuel Boor, in Cumberland Valley tp. The Right Reverend Bishop Ste vens, of the Episcopal Church, will preach and hold Confirmation in the Court House, on Thursday evening, the first of July. Service to commence at half past seven o'clock. Family Bibles, Methodist, Luther an, Reformed, Presbyterian, Episcopal and Catholic hymn and Prayer books always on hanJ at the Inquirer Book Store. 2w NEW QUARTERS. —G. H. Spang, Esq., has removed his law office to his elegant new apartments, in the GA ZETTE building. Mr. Spang has an office now that is a model. # We would call the attention of the farmers to the special notices of SHI RES A JORDAN, who manufacture and sell all the best farm implements in the county. Capt T. 11. Lyons, who was severely injured while acting as appraiser of damages on the line of the Pittsburgand Oounellsville railroad, in Londonderry tp., has been brought homo and iscon valescent. The stone work of the court house steps is completed, and ready for the iron railing. When the work is fin nished, it will be a neat and substan tial improvement, and one much need ed. # One of the "organs" of rude radical- Ism, in this county, says "the soul of John Brown is maching on." It was "manifest in the flesh" of burly, black bureauites in Washington, the other day, at the city election. All th 3 magazines and pictorial pa pers can lie had at the Inquirer Book .Store. The new York Ledger, New York Weekly or Saturday Night will be sent to any address post paid on re ceipt of eight cents. 2w TAKE THE PAPER.—A lively po litical campaign is opening. Let our l'riends see that no man, rich or poor, is without a copy of the GAZETTE. The terms for the campaign are so low that all can take the paper. See our terms. The Buckeye Grain Drill with zigzag hoes, warranted superior to all others. No clogging of the hoes when you have top dressing, weeds, or anything of the kind to contend with. Will sow all kinds of grain and grass seed. Price $90.00 at the shops of SHIRKS A JOR DAN, Bedford, l*a. The Democrats of Fulton county have given the lie to the radical rail ings about "soldiers standing no chance for office in the Democratic party." They have nominated gallant J)emocratic soldiers for the best offices in the county. Get up another false hood, ye "organs." BITTEN BY A DOG. —One day last week, Mr. John Kittle, of Todd town ship, was very badly bitten by his dog. Trie dog was lying on the porch, and Mr. K. WAS passing into the the house when the dog sprang at him catching him by the hands lacerating them very much.— Fulton Democrat. RAILROAD AGITATION.— The people of Morrison's Cove and Hollidaysburg are agitating the question of a railroad from the latter place to Pattonsville. There seems to be a reasonable pros pect for its early commencement. Jly the way, what has become of the Bed ford and Bridgeport railroad ? Has the mhtter entirely died out? Who can answer ? A NUMBER of gentlemen residing in this vicinity, have recently visited Tennessee, with a view of removiug to that State, if pleased with the count ry and |>eople. Some of them have purchased farms there and intend mak ing it their permanent %ome. They report the Tennesseans to be a gener ous and hospitable people and declare that they were agreeably surprised in finding them gentlemen in every re spect, instead of murders and outlaws as they have been studiously represent ed to be by the Radical press. LAV REPRESENTATION.—The ques tion of lay representation is the all absorbing question in the Methodist church, all over the country, at this time. The friends of representation appear to have the thing pretty much their own way, for so far as the votes have been received, they have been cast by an overwhelming majority in favor of the laity. The church at this place voted on the question with the annexed result: For lay representation, 40, Against, " 31. ABOUT GUIDE BOARDS.—The law re quires guide boards to lie placed at the forks of every road, and it is the duty of constables to report to the court ca ses where the law has not been com plied with. This is a useful prevision and beneficial to all classes of people. Nothing is more unpleasant than not to know which of two roads to take, especially when a long distance from a place where inquiries can be made. — Many townships in this county are en tirely deficient in this respect, We would respectfully call the attention of road supervisors to this subject. One of our exchanges gives the fol lowing schedule of prices for the bene fit of those who need and seek after "puffs." For a modest puff—three juleps. A tolerable good one-one box of cigars. A good one—one pair of boots. A very good one—one vest and two shirts. A splendid one—one cloth coat. A perfect socdolager—one whole suit. POICKRY. —She tripped along with ribbon- flying, from a bran new hat she'd just been buying. She held her head up very high, and thought, "Well, aint I just old pie?" An orange peel lay on the track ; she tripped, and flat upon her back lay Miss Maria Pervins. The fall did not deprive her of her wit, for blithe she walked along the street of Pitt, till she came to where attractions new, bade her stop and gaze at Number Two. Bhe walk ed into the store so sweet and said, "Aw! aint your goods both nice and neat ; there's not a place to buy like IRVINE'S." FULTON COUNTY.— The Democrats of Fulton connty held their nomina ting convention on the 19th ult, and placed the following excellent ticket in the field : Prothonotary, It. A. Mc- Donald; District Attorney ; J. R. Don ehoo; Commissioner, Capt. Harvey Wishart; Auditor, Geoge Mc Govern ; Coroner, Enoch Hast. The following named persons were appointed confer ees: —Senatorial, G. W. Barton, Dr. 11. S. Wishart and Abner Hess. Rep resentative, James Wishart, W. P. Gordon and Nathan Barrett. All with out instuctions. SOMERSET COUNTY.— The Democra cy of Somerset couuty have made the following nominations: Senator, Hi ram Pindlay; Assembly, Samuel Walker; Prothonotary, George A. Thompson; Register and Recorder, Cyrus J. Pike; Treasurer, Frederick Younkin; Sheriff, John B, Richard son ; Commissioner, Alex, Hoffman , Poor Director, Daniel P. Walker • Aud itor, Levi Lichtliter. This is an excel lent ticket and the people of that coun ty would do themselves a lasting cred it to elect these men instead of the very indifferent ticket nominated by the radicals. LIST OK JURORS.—The following Jurors have been drawn to serve at an Adjourned Court, commencing on Monday, July 19,1869. Abraham Rice John J. Lukens Milward Moorhead William Cyphers Edward Northcraft John A. Gump. Ah-aham Deoniaon John J. Hughes Jacob M. Barnett David Richey Joseph B Noble W. B. Lainbright George Blvmyer B. B Steckman Johnson Hater Uriah Conly Geo. G. .Sionaker JohnM. Clark Levi Fiuok James Fink Michael Dively Henry S. Koons William Spielman Niven McCray W H Knipplc Geo. D Kaufman W C. Whitfield Jonas Shultz George Hoover Josiah M Lehman Jacob F. Hoover Samuel Bollinger hartley Hanks EliasGomp Sarnl ' Koehen'lerfer John E. Miller John Wolf James H. Graham. Drawn and certified at Bedford the 11th day of May, A. D., 1869. Attest ; I. KENSINGER, J. G. FISIIER, WM. KIRK, w2 Cl'k. Jury Corns. •-. - • AN AITEAL.— WC clip the follow ing "touching appeal" from an Eng lish paper, and commend it to our own subscribers, who are in arrears , for their consideration: ' W itkhold not good from them !o whom it it due, when it it in the power of thine hand to do It." "We are greatly in need of money just now in order to meet our paper bills and other liabilities, aud as there are thousands of dollars duo the office from subscribers, we would kind ly, but earnestly, ask all who are in ar rears to remit immediately, if possible, a part at least of their indebtedness." "Soy not unto Iky neighbor, '(Jo and come a gtin, and to-morrow I wilt give thee i' when thou hart it by thee.'" How MUCH OWEST TIIOU?—The date opposite the name on the paper Is Die time to which the subscriber has paid ; and means that the subscription year expired with that date (whatever the date may be), and as our terms are (wo dollars a year in advance, or with in six months, and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within six months, each one can thus easily determine the present condition of his account with this office. How much owest thou ?" •' Woe unto him that uteth hit neighbor'* ser vice without wage*, and giveth him not for hit wool." asrtifor'ti 33rTrJovSj, BEDFORD SPRlNGS.—Visitors to the Springs are already coming in. We understand that enough rooms have been engaged to make this an unusual ly brisk season. If the weather is fa vorable, a great influx of pleasure and health seeking people may be expect ed by the middle of July. The Arandale House is doing a brisk business in the way of visitors, and we learn that the proprietors expect to fill the house to its utmost capacity. Cramer's Cottages have more than double the number they had last y ear > this time of the season, and they wiil be filled early. Mrs. Tate's boarding house contains a number of strangers, and as the place is pleasantly located on Julianna Street, we have no doubt it will be profitably patronized. Of Cheuoweth's we have not heard, but that elegant place will no doubt have its usual number of visitors. A number of our citizens have gone to considerable expense to accomodate the traveling public, and we hope that they will receive the patronage they deserve. IT has always been a difficulty a mong citizens in insuring their lives, that the Companies in which they in sure are limited iu responsibility to the laws of a single State. This has rather prevented the spread of Life Insur ance, so that it is not as general iu this country as it is perhaps in Germany and England. Several of our most dis tinguished citizens, headed by MR. JAY COOKE, of Philadelphia, have removed this difficulty by chartering a compa ny under a law of Congress which gives it equal power in every State and governs it by unity of action. This is the National Life Insurance Company of the United States of America. The advertisement is printed in another column. Its cash capital is one mil lion dollars. It insures lives upon ev ery plan known to other Companies, and in addition to that, it issues# poli cy which at the end of ten years will pay to the holder an annuity during his life and the full value af.er death. The common instincts of prudence, the desire of every man to know that those whom he leaves behind may be kept from want, the shrinking from impov erty we all have, the constant, anxious wish in the mind of every man that his children shall not suffer or be com pelled to beg for bread, should lead him to take advantage of the scheme here offered, and to cover his life with a policy of insurance. For the expen diture of four ceuts a day, ho can be assured a thousand dollars when he dies - and on any sutn he may choose to take at the same rate. It is well to put money into a savings bank. It is perhaps better to put it into a safe and well managed business. But banks are robbed, and business may fail, and evil days may come to the most thrif ty and far-seeing. A good Insurance Company is beyond any of these dan gers ; and the duty of prudence—a du ty so strong that to neglect it is almost a crime—should compel every man who values his own comfort and the happiness of those around him to take the advantage of a scheme like that offered by Mr. Jay Cooke and his friends. If the ladies but knew what thous ands of them are constantly relating to us, we candidly believe one half of the weakness, prostration and distress ex perienced by them would vanish.— James Marsh, Esq., 159 West 14th St., N. Y., says, "he has three children, the first two are weak and puny, his wife having been unable to nurse or attend them, but she has taken Plantation Bit ters for the last two years, and has a child now eighteen months old which she has nursed and reared herself, and both are hearty, saucy and well. The article is invaluable to mothers," Ac. Such evidence might be continued for a volume. The best evidence is to try them. They speak for themselves.— Persons of sedentary habits troubled with weakness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, iaek of appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, constipation, diabetes, Ac., will find speedy relief through these Bitters. MAGNOLIA WATER.—Superior to the best imported German Cologne, and sold at half the price. The Great Backeye Machine again victorious. At a contest at Hummels town, Dauphin eo., on the loth day of June, 1869, a premium was awarded the Buckeye machine No. 2, over Dodge's Ohio, the Excelsior, the Val ley Chief, the World, the Mount Joy and the Russell machines. The clover and timothy were very heavy and bad ly lodged, and the ground stony. Af ter a thorough searching test, to which all the machines were subjected, the committee unanimously awarded the premium to the Buckeye No. 2., over all the aboye named machines. Jacob Fackler, I). S. Early, Joshua Elder, Andrew Eversolo, Joseph Sweigert, (j. Laudis, Committee. The Improved Buckeye Nos. 1 and 2, Reapers and Mowers, are for sale by SHIRES A JORDAN, Bedford, Pn. The Fur Traders and Trappers in fit ting out here, find Ayor's medicines one of their most profitable articles of traffic. Around Slave and the wild regions of the north, the Indians know their uses aud have an abiding faith in them. They say: ".iyer—great medicine—cure sjck man," and his re medies, for the diseases from whlph they suffer, will often bring forth their stock of skins even quicker than wam pum, rum, or tobacco. Savages are not fools if they aTe unsophisticated in some ol the arts of civilization.—[Mon treal PiltA. It gives me pleasure to certify that Mr. Seheetz's Bitter Cordial iu my o pinion is purely vegetable in its con stitution, and an excellent tonic, being harmless in its character, and not be ing an alcoholic stimulant. ELI STOCKTON, M. D. tee"Read Seheetz's standing adver tisement in another column. The wheat harvest has begun in Southern Illinois. The grain is good and the yield large. PEIIODC&tk ST. PAUL.—The republication of a Standard Biblical work atonereight the cost of the London edition. The life, times and (ravels of St. Paul, "The great apostle to the Gentiles." By the Revs. W. J.Conybeareand J. S. llow son, with an introduction by the Rev. Mathevv Simpson, D. P., Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Con ditions: The work will he handsome ly printed, on good paper, and will comprise all the text as contained in the London Edition, the price of which is $15.00; and will be complete in one handsome volume of over one thou sand royal octavo pages, and will be embellished with nearly one hundred Engravings and Maps, and furnished to subscribers—ln neat substantial Binding, $3.00; In Fine Leather, Mar bled Edge (Library Style), $5.00; In Half Turkey Morocco, Marbled Edge, $7.00 This addition of the Work is sokl only by subscription. Subscri bers will not be obliged to take the work unless it corresponds with the description in every particular. S. M. T. Barclay, Agent. w2 THE OLD GUARD FOR JULY.—This sterling political veteran makes its ap pearance with customary proinbtuess, full of vigor aud plethoric with inter est. Article 1-Potitical Aspects of Religion in the United States. 2 Cub of lhe Panther. 3—The Unguarded Momeut. 4—Commerce of the Prai ries. s—Times and Life of Machiave* li. 6—Literatureof the Abolition Yan kees. 7 —"From another Standpoint". B—Tne Pope Joan Story, 9—Woman's Right's. 10—TheGoddess of the Beau tiful, (a Bohemian Legend.) 11—Our Book Table, which is admirably made up. 12—Editor's Table, full of excel lent and keenly critical comments up on matters and things, literary, scien tific and philosophical. This old vet eran, like good wine, improves with age. Every Democrat should send for the July number of THE OLD GUARD- Single copies, 25 cents; $3 per year. Address Van Erie, Horton & Co., Pub lishers,"No. 102 Nassau street, N. Y. PACKARD'S MONTHLY—The July number of this unsurpassed monthly is on our table. Among the contents are the following: "The Nude Woman Question," by Olive Logan; "Court ship and Wedding of Gen. Tom Thumb and Lavinia Warren," by P. T. Bar num ; "Can a Woman, keep a Secret," by Emily L. Bissell, Ac., &c. This is an excellent number of interesting, readable matter. It is alive all over. Published by S. S. Packard, 637 Broad way, at the low price of SI.OO. In Rhode Island a white man can not vote unless he is the owner of one hundred and thirty-four dollars' worth of real estate; yet, at the next session of the Legislature, the Radicals will adopt the fifteenth constitutional amendment, by which all the worth less negroes in the State can deposite their votes in the ballot box. In the estimation of the Rhode Island Radi cals, a white man must own a house and lot in order to be equal in value and importance to a negro, who is "simple beauty unadorned." Every thing for the negro, nothing for the white man, is the motto of the Radical party. In Washington men are beaten and shot, and cut and hacked, in order to put the Capital of the nation under negro domination, and the same spirit is manifested in all parts of the country. The question is no longer, shall the negro be equal with the white man? lie claims superiority, and the Radi cals admit the claim. — Philadelphia Age. DON PIATT is not pleased with the attacks made upon hira by the "little creatures" of the Radical party because of his open thrusts and charges, and thus pinsthetn to the wall: "They don't know it but X do, that the vilest copperhead 1 ever enocunter ed is an honest man by the side of Ben. Butler. The roughest rough of ihe Democracy i a gentleman by the side of Chandler. And the stupidest ass that howls "nigger" at the cross roads is a statesman by the side of Kelly. Now am 1 to heap abuse on Fernando Wood and Jimmy Brooks, and hold my only i<eace in the presence of such fellows, whose unlicensed liberty not only endangers our organization, but threatens the country?" "THE town clerk of Hartford reports one death lust year from 'ignorance.' lie was a faithful Democrat, always opposed to the dumb niggers voting." Inquirer. Of course, no dogged dumb, rampant judical died from "ignorance" or any other cause. The devil needed his ser vices in Hartford, and he is living there yet doing his dirty work, UTOff or TOE HAitKirrs. Corre.cteil every week. PHILADELPHIA, June 29. FLOUR.—'The <| notations are- North west superfine, (fco.lH)(ajo.so Northwest extra, 6.00( 6.25 Northwest extra family, 7.25(<(8.25 Penna. and West'n sup., G.OOpeT.OO Penna. an<J West'n extra, 7.000(8.00 Penna. and West'n family, Penna. and West'n fancy, Rye flour, 7.00(^8.00 GRAIN. —We quote— Pennsylvania red, per bus., sl.6o(gil.Go Southern California, 44 White, " 1.80('M.85 Rye, " 0.00^1,4-5 Corn, for ye!., 44 0.870(4),88 Oats, 44 (>7sc SEEDS.—We quote Cloverseed, per bus., at email@example.com Timothy, 44 2.35®2.62 Flaxseed, 44 2.65(^2.70 PROVISIONS.—We quote— Mess Poik, per bhi., Bacon Hams, peril),, 20@21c Salt Shouhlers, " * 12c Prime Lard, " He DIED. DEAL—On the 10th of June, 1869, Jonathan Deal, aged 41 year#, 6 months and IS dy- . MlLLEß—Martfas Jaijs Mill?!; *'f fl °f Pwl Z. Miller, died June 37th, 139, aged 25 years, 2 months nd I ly. gM*rtisrm*uti&. ADMINISTRATOR'S N< >TIUK.- Notice is hereby given that letters of ad ministration upon the estate of Christian Albright, late of Londonderry tp., dejeasad, have been granted to the subscriber, by the Register of Bed ford county. All persons indobted to the estate are requested to make immediate paymeut, and those having claims will present thorn properly authenticated, for settlement. ;ul2w6* JACOB L. ALBRIGHT, Adin'r. £IOLBURN'S PATENT RED JACKET AXE. Is better than onr regular shaped Axes for these reasons. First—lt outs deeper. Second—-It don't stick in the Wood. Third —It does not jar the hand. Fourth— No time is wasted in takiug the Axe cut of the cut. Eifth—With the same labor you will do one-third more work than with regular Axes. Ked paint has nothing to do with the good qualities of this Axe, for all our Axes ars painted red. If your hardware store does not keep our goods, we will gladly answer in quiries or fill your orders direct, or give you the name of the nearest dealer who keeps our Axes. LIPPINCOTT A BAKEWELL, Pittsburgh, Ps. Sole owners of Colburn's and Red Jacket Patents. 1.1 1 RE! FIRE! ! FIRE !! ! ! GLOBE FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO., No 4 Dej Street, New York Great reduction in price. No. 1 $ Jo; No. 2 S4O: No. 3 $45. First-class Agents wanted.— Address as above STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS. FROiW 4 to 360 Horse Power, including the cel ebrated Corliss Cut-off Engine*. Slide Valve Sta tionery Engines, Portable Engines, Ac. Also, Circulur, Mulay and Gang Saw Milts, Shafting, Pulleys, Ac., Lath and Shingle Mills, Wheat and Corn Mills, Circular Saws, Belting, Ac. Send for descriptive Circular and Price List. WOOD A MANN STEAM ENGINE CO., Utica, N. Y W" ANTED, AGENTS, $75 to S2OO per month, everywhere, male and female, to introduce the Genuine Improved Common Sense Family Sewing Machine. This maehine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a most superior manner. Price only $lB. Fully warranted for five years. We will pay SIOOO for any machine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam than ours. It makes the "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second stitch can be cut, and still the clo'h cannot be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay Agents from $75 to S2OO per month and ex penses, or a commission from which twice that a mount can be made. Address SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA., BOSTON, MASS., or ST. LOUIS, Mo Caution. —Do not be imposed upon by other parties palming off worthless cast-iron machines, under the same name or otherwise. Ours is the only genuine and really practical cheap machine manufactured. With ihe COTTAGE PRESS and EVERY t ' le P r ' nt i n S material accorn * panying it, every man can do his own printing neatly, quickly and cheaply. They are so simple MAN i" construction, that a boy ten years old can easily manage the largestsixe. Printed instructions are sent with each office, ena -11 IS bling the purchaser to get at work without a previous knowledge of printing. A circulars contain ~mv mg full description, prices, testi ' *Y inonials, Ac., sent free to all. — Our specimen Sheets of type, cuts, Ac., ten cents. Address PRINTER. ADAMS PRESS CO., 53 Murray Street, New York. PATENTS.— MUNN & Co., Editors Scientific American, 37 l'ark Row, New York. Twenty three years' experience in Ob taining AMERICAN and KCROPEAN PATENTS. Opinions no charge. A pamphlet, 108 pages ot law and information free. Address as above. WA T C H E S ALUMINIUM BRONZE A OROIDE WATCHES, with American, English and Swiss Movements. Chains and Jewelry of every style. Price List sent free. Address OROIDE WATCH CO , 93 Washington street, Boston, U. S. IOC A L AND TRAVELING A- GENTS can make large commissions on the sale of several compact articles, universally used. Address E. N. GRATTAN A Co., 337 Chestnut st , Phila., Pa _ _ nnKN PER CENT MICHIGAN BONDS For sale by A WILKINS, DETBOIT, Mien. Pfli 10 00 PER DAY GUARANTEED Agents to sell the "Home Shuttle" Sewing Machine. It makes the LOCK STITCH, H like on both sides, has the undor-feed, and is e qusl in evesy respect to any Sewing Machine ev er invented. Price $26 Warranted for five years. Send for circular Address JOHNSON, CLARK A CO., Boston, Mass., Pittsburg, Pa., or St. Louis. Mo. <l*3ooo Salary. Address U. S. PIANO *}> CO.. N. Y ASK your Doctor or Druggist for SWEET QUININE— it equals (bitter) Qui nine Is made only by F. STEARNS, Chemist, Detroit. ma? 19** WANTED —AGENTS—To Sell AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE.— Prioe $25 The implest, cheapest and best Knit ting Machine every invented. Will knit 2(1,000 stitches per minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address AMERICAN KNITTING MA CHINE CO., Boston Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. vj"EURALGI A.— Nervousness and j_\ Female Weakness Cured.— A Clergyman's Widow suffered for years with the above diseases, and for the benefit of like sufferers tyill seud the means of her own cure free. MRS. ItlXI FRANK LIN, Jersey City, New Jersey. C-C-C-C-G'-C-C-C -OIIR new terms to agent# before sending to any other firm. We give agents 105 yards sheeting for clubs of 100, i fall returned, and at the same rate for clubs of thirty, forty and sixty. Recollect our Dollar Sale is the oldest and largest in this city, and perfect ly reliable, all orders and letters being answered the same day they are received. Don't pay the high prices charged at the stores, hut save yoqr money by sending to us, and don't condemn our cJub system of selling goods before you try it. Male "and fomale agents wanted in all towns and villages, where prices are high. In sending clubs, send lOcts. for each name. Circulars sent free by mail. EASTMAN A KENDALL, 25 Hawley St., Boston, Mass. rpIIIRTY YEARS' Experience in [ the Treatment of Chronic and Sexual Disea ses—A Physiological View of Marriage —The cheapest hook ever published—containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and engravings of the anatomy of the human organs in a state of health and disease, with a treatise on early errors, its deplorable consequences upon the mind and body, with the aqtbor's plan of treatment —the only rational and successful mode of cure, as shown by a report of oases treated A truthful adviser to the married a|, i thqse contemplating marriage who entertain doubts of their physical condition. Sent free of postage to any address on receipt of 2u oents, in stamps or postal ourrenoy, by addressing Dr LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. l . The author may be consulted upon any of the diseases upon which his books treat, either person ally or by mail, and medicines sent to any part of the world. junllw4 HORRIBLE!!— I have suffered with CATARRH for 30 years; it had de stroyed my voice and smelling—impaired my sight and hearing. In ais weeks I have baen en tirely cured, for humanity'a sake I will seud the rooept for the simple remedy, postage free, to all afflicted Address REV. T J MEAD, Draw er Ne. 176, Syracirso, N. Y. \\T ANTED— AGENTS For Prof. W Parson's Laws of Business. With full Directions and Forms for all Transactions in ev ery State, by TBEOWULUS PARSONS, (L.D , Pro fessor of Law jn Harvard University. A NBW Boo* ROR 'RVKRVBODV. Explaining every kind of contract and legal obligation, and showing how to draw and exocute them. The highest and beet authority in the land. Se.nd for our liberal terms also for our Patent Bible Prospectus. SENT KRKE, PARMELBE ACO , Phila , Penn. rp II E BEST LI G H T . L THE Meridian Bur tier fqr Heroine, adapt ed either for Sun "I common chimney. Agent# wanted in every town in the country. Samples se-,t by mail prepaid on receipt of 3fic. Every va riety of Kerosene Lamps, Brackets, QUamioliers, etc., for private houses, hails and churches, con stantly oq hand. Orders tor sample oases of our latest styles of lamps, filled promptly at lowest prices. COULTER, JONKs A CO., junllwd 702 Aroh Street, Philadelphia. /CRYSTAL STEAM MILLS."-Our v_ > Mill Wagon wil! deliver Flour, Feed, Ac., every afternoon, at 4 o'olock, in Bodtord, and re ceive grists All work warranted. Terms oash. JNO. U A WM HARTLEY. Orders may by left at Mill or Hartley A Mcta gar's Hardware Store. apr.3om3. ARCH ITECTURE. — General and detailed plans and drawings, for Churches and other Public Buildings, Private Residences, A,;., furnished at short notice and at reasonable prices. c N jan29tf _ Bedford, Pa. SI2OO AND ALL EXPENSES PAID ! - goo Advertisement of AMERICA* SHUTTLE Bwixa MACUIK, in our advertising columns, novfijl £rgal TESTATE OP JOSEPH OBEli, Iji DEC'D —The Register of Bedford county having granted letter* of Administration upon the estate of Joseph Ober, late of South Woodberry ty., Bedford county, dee d., to the undersigned, residing in said township, all persons having claim* or dem-anda against the said estate are re quested to make known the same to her withoat delay, and all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment ANNA OBRR, may2Bw6 "VTOTICE.—ACCOUNT IN COMMON XJ PLBAS. —The account of S. L. Russell, ESQ., Trustee of Jas. H Boeler. W. Scott Beeler, Mar garet A Becler, now Margaret A. Trout and Ma ry E. Beeler now Mary K. Ruby, children of John W Beeler dee'd , has been exhibited and filed in the prothonotary's office, and will be al lowed by the Court of Common Please of Bed ford county, at an adjourned court to be held at Bedford on Monday, the 19th of day July, next, un less cause be shown why said account should not be allowed. By direction of the court. jun!Bw3j 0. E. SHANNON, Proth'y. I IST OF CAUSES PUT DOWN i for trial at adjourned Court, 19th July, 1869 F. Jordan, et al vs Diehl A Dibert Wto Rogers vs RiddlesburgC. A I Co. ,S. 8. Fluck et ul vs Jas Bowser KiddeleburgC. A I. Co. vs Broad top C. A I. Co. Jos. Garlick vs Abraham Garlick. Wills A Hogae vs Thomas Johns. Laana Smith vs Alex Mcssersmith. Win. States A Co. vs Martha L. Tate. Thos. Orowdon vs Arch Blair, et al. Same vs Same Jno. W. Duncan Trustee vs Elsington Hammond. Charlotte Butzel vs Jacob Steel. Fredericka Miller vs John Mcllwaine, Saml Mixell vs Es Prov Tp. Jno. W. Duncan.Trustee vs Essington Hammond Hen. D. Mock vs Wm. Hammers. Sam'l Diehl vs Barclay A Shoemaker. june2jwf. Certified June 21, 1869. 0. E. SHANNON, Proth'y 3Jotirejs, &c. XROTICE TO BUIUDEB& —The iv| contract for the erection of a new School House, at Walnut Hill, in Bedford tp., will be let at Public Sale on Saturday, the 3d day of July, 1859. Plan and specification may be seen on day of Sale. THOMAS GILCHRIEST, See'y. junlßw3 SEED WHEAT! SEED WHEAT!! WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF OUR Farmers to Geo. A. Deitx's large listof the best Winter Seed Wheat in this country. Mr. Deitx has selected twenty varieties out of over one hun dred on his Seed Wheat Experimental Farm, near Chambersburg, Pa., and now offers them for sale. We advise every farmer to send for the Experi mental Firm Journal, in which a description and price list is given. Mr. Deitx will send one copy free to all who send for it. Address GEO. A DEITZ, Chambersburg, Pa. jun4tn2 / 1 HIST MILL AND FARM FOR \Jf SALE.—The mill has two pair of French Bu-rs, and two pair of Chopping Stones, is in ex cellent repair, and capable of doing a very large business, a never failing water power, a in a good settlement, and no mill nigher than five miles. For farther particulars inquire of declltf PUBS. GAZETTE. 3HisrtUaneous. rpHIS IS NO HUMBUG!—By send- J ing 35 cent#, with age, height, eolor of eyes and hair, you will receive, by retihrn mail, a cor rect picture of your future husband or wife, with name and dHte of marriage. Address W. FOX, P. 0 Drawer No. 24, Fultonville, N. Y. junlßw4 CIHEAP PAINTING.— / f 100 lbs of the PBCOBA COHPA.NY'S 1 COLORED Patsr (costing sl2 50) will paint as much as 250 lbs of 3 Lead, and wear longer. For par nncr> TP I ticulars adddress S. BOW EN. LOSI LEAD gec . y) No 150 N-Fourth gt p hilß , delphia. jun!Bw4 4 GENTS WANTED FOR SE- J\_ CRETS OF THE GREAT CITY. A work descriptive ot the VIRTUES, and the VICES, the MYSTERIES, MIS ERIES and CRIMES of NEW YORK CITY. It contains 35 fine engravings ; and is the spici est, most Thrilling, Instructive and Cheapest work published. ONLY $2.50 PER COPY. Agents are meeting with unprecedented success. Oue in Marlborough, Mass.,reports 3(5 subscribers in aiay. One in Luzerne Co , Pa., 44 in a day. One in Meriden Ct., 68 in two days, and a great many others from 100 to 200 por week Sand for Circu lars aiid see our terms, and a full description ol the work Address JONES BROTHERS A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. Published in both English and German. junlßw4 4 GENTS WANTED FOR THE J\ BEST BOOR OF THE PERIOD, WOMEN OF NEW YORK; OK THE UNDER WORLD OF THE GREAT CITY. The most startling revelations of Modern Times. New York Society UNMASKED, "The Aristoora ey," "Women of Pleasure," "Married Women," and all classes thoroughly ventilated- Address at onee the New York Book Co., 145 Nassau St. New York junlßw4 JJE CAREFUL WHAT MEDICINES YOU TAKE. When you arc exhausted by over work of head or hand, and feel the need of something invigora ting, don't drink whisky or any intoxicating thing, whether under the name of Bitters or oth erwise. Such articles give just as much strength to your weary body and mind as the whip gives to the jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stim ulants are injurious to the Nerve-bealtfc, and are always followed by DEPRESSING REACTION. DOODS NERVINE & IN VIGORATOR is a Tanio and Gentle Stimulant which is not at tended by Reaction. What it gains for you it maintains When it refreshes body or tniud, it refreshes with natural strength that comes to stay. We are not recommending teetotalism in the inter est of any faction ; but long and extended obser vation teaches us that he who resorts to the bot tie tor rest or re-cuperation, will find, as he keeps at it. that he i 3 kindling a fire In bis bones which w ill consume like the flames of perdition Turn from it. Take a tonic that will refresh and not destroy. Dodd's Nervine is (or sale by all Drug gists. Price one Dollar. See book of Certificates that accompanies each Bottle junlßw4 IMPORTANT TO NEWSPAPER AND JOBBING PRINT ER S . The Knickerbocker Carl manufactory. No. 77 A 79, Fulton Street, New York, is now furnishing Printers' Cards at a lower figure th in any other house in the trade. Samples and List of Prices mailed on application. junlßw4. IVR 11Y NOT MAKE MONEY \\ With our STENCIL AND KEY CHECK OUT FIT. and by selling Novel and attractive articles ' Circulars free STAFFORD MFG. CO., 66 Fulton st , New York. jun4 RILWO FARMS AT PRIVATE X SALE. Now is THE TIME TO BUY CHAP At*. ESTATE A FARM IN MORRISON'S COVE A SPLENDID FARM WITHIN TWO MILES OF RED FORD. The subscriber will sell at private sale, on very very reasonable terms, and at reduced prices, the following described, very valuable real estate, vix : A TRACT OF LAND situated in Morrison's Cove, about one mile from Lafayctt.-ville, and four miles from Woodberry, in Middle Woodborry twp , containing 102 acres, mure cur less, about 45 acres cleared and under fence, with one and a halfstorylogbouse.log barn, blacksmith shop apd other outbuildings, adjoining lands ef Jack sou Stuekey on the cast, Christ. Kochenderfcr on the north, John Keagy on the west, and Ignatius Brant's heirs on the south This can be made one of the neatest and must pleasant little farms in the Covo with very little expense. There is an abund ance of water, plenty ot fruit and splendid timber upon it—ail (hat is nccossary to make it desira ble. ALSO, A MOST EXOELLENT TRACT OF LIME STONE AND RIVER BOTTOM LAND, within two miles of Bedford, containing 228 acres, about 150 yores uf which arecloared and in a high state of cultivation and the balance well timbered. Thore are excellent new building erected theroon with a well of never failing water at the door. Thero are two orchards of üboioe fruit upon it. 75 acres of meadow, (River Bottom) ean be cultiva ted with trifling expense. The upland is iu a good state ol cultivation, well set with clover and under good fence There is sufficient timber upon It to pay for tho farm several limes if thrown into the Bedford market. Apply to J. R. DURBORKOW, Attorney at Law, 14msym6 Bedford, Pa. SAVE YOUR TIME and MONEY by going to G R. Oster 4 Co. for cheap stockings, and be eonvinoed that the assertion of one man selling 100 per cent, cheaper than an other is simply nonsense. Ladies' cotton hose at 10, 12, 15, 20 cts. and upwards. jn2sml hardware, &c. HOUSE-FURNISHING R7RR Goods, I ( "• HARDWARE, Ac. JNO. F. BLYMYER has opened a full stock of HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNIKHIG GOODS, WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES, OILS, PAINTS, NAILS, GLASS, BUILDERS, HARDWARE, SIIOEM AKER'S FINDJ NGS, SADDLERY, COAL OIL LAM TO, COAL OIL, POCKET BOOKS, CUTLERY, CHURNS, BUCKETS, TUBS, AC., AC., AC., He hopes, by strict attention to business, and fair prices, to merit a share of publie patronage Store in same room as occupied by B. M. Bly myer A Co., as a Stove and Tin Store. apr9m3 TJP WITH THE TIMES! ! I Russell Reapers and Mowers. Excelsior Reaper and Mowers. Farmer Mowers. Gum Spring and Roller Grain Drills. Horse Rakes. Keystone Cider Mills. Tbe old genuine Green Castle Grain Cradles. All kinds Grain and Grass Scythes. And the largest assortment of general Hardware and labor saving Machines ever seen in a country store. Having determined, that for tbe cash, we will tell goods as low as they can be bought in tbe United States, we have this day marked our goods down and only ask the Fanner, Mechanic and House Keeper to call and prioe our goods. HARTLEY A MKTZGER, may2Btf. Sign of the Red Pad Lock. PORTA N'T TO FARMERS AND MECHANICS! BLOODY RUN HARDWARE STORE the place to buy to save money. BAUGIIMAN, GUMP & CO., have the genuine GREENCASTLE GRAIM CRA DLES with silver-steel Scythes, and a variety of Grass and Grain Seythos, Snaths, Ac., together with a complete stock of Hardware, Wooden Ware Tinware, Stoves, Ac., Which they offer AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Iron of all kinds constantly kept on hands. may2Bm3. Unj-fcoods, ftf. ]\F~E W Go oTFi The undersigned have now open a large and well assorted stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. The credit system, BEING NEARLY "PL A YED OUT," we will sell cheap for CASH OR PRODUCE. Interest charged on all old accounts after ninety days. A. B. CRAMER A CO. Bedford, Pa., June 18, '69. TVTEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS The undersigned has just received from the East a large and varied stock of New Goods, which are now open for examination, at MILL-TOWN, two miles West of Bedford, comprising everything usually found in a first-class country store consisting, in part, of Dry-Goods, Delaines, Calicoes, Muslins. C'ass'imers, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Notions, Ac., Ac. All of which will be sold at the most reasonable prices. I3P Thankful for past favors, we solicit a con tinuance a! the public tronage. Cjp Call and exam r goods. may 24/67._ (FJYKAGER. p A R P E T S. ALL PEOPLE . of Central Pennsylvania will SAVE MONEY by going to Brown's New CARPET STORE, Huntingdon, Pa., to buy all their Car pets from 30 cts. per yard, to fine INGRAIN and BRUSSELS. —ALSO— MATTING, OIL CLOTH. H'ciOS, CARPET CHAINS. Ac [jjpDealers can buy ol me by the roll at whole sale prices. apr3oui2 JAMES A. BROW N. T ET EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD READ THIS! Their own interests are at stake in this matter. Everybody has suffered so much from the accursed CREDIT SYSTEM, if system it can be called, that I intend to offer to every body a panacea lor the evil in the future. # On and after the first day of June, 1869, I will sell goods EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH OR PRO DUCE. No doubt some customers may be lost to me, but I flatter myself that it will be only those from whom I cannot collect present accounts. All goods will be sold at about one-half the profit now paid by cousumers. The people often oomplain of Bedford prices being higher than else where, and it is doubtless true, to some extent, for the reason that good customers have had to pay for others' goods with an additional profit on their own. Let an intelligent community sustain me in this enterprise and they WILL SAVE FROM lEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT. ON EVERYTHING THEY CONSUME, may 14m3 H. F. IB VINE. NOTICE.— All accounts not settled by the first day of June, 1869, either by cash or note, will be pat in the hands of an officer tor collection. Friends will please take notice, and by so doing will save trouble and costs, may 14w3 * HF. IRVINE. IMIE BET PLACE TO BUY choioe brands of chewing Tobaccos and Ci gar's, at wholesale or retail, is at Oster's Good natural leaf Tobaccos at 75 cents. Try our 5 cent Yara and Havanna cigars—they can't be beat, junelSmS.