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Home and Around. HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R.R. __Sr*MKR AURA.SO*RST.—TIMETABL* —On and After May 24th, passenger trains will arriTe and depart as follows: Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.00 p m., ar rives at Huntingdon at 420 p. m ; leaves Hunt ingdon at 8.40 a. m., and arrives at Mt. Dallas at 11 52 a. m Express Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 0.35 a. ID., and arrives at Huntingdon, at 10.10 a. m ; leaves Huntingdon at 5.55 p. m., and arrives at Mt. Dal las at 9.28 p. in. Being laid—a new pavement in front of the Mengel House. Visitors to Bedford are coming iu rapidly. There is still room for more. Progressing finely—the cobbling of the gutter on the west side of Juliana street. On last Friday night a horse was stolen from the field of William Cyph er, in Hopewell township. The dog days have come upon us, and so far as heat is concerned, they prove to be unmuzzled dog-days. Some of our exchanges are blowing a bout having tomatoes. We've had them for some time—and in can-can style too. One of the superb styles of ladies' hats now worn is called the butter dish. It is a cross between a snapping turtle and a warming pan—and is so nice. Wanted to Rent—a small houso, of three or four rooms, suitable for a small family, until April Ist next. Enquire at this office. A son of G. G. Burns, formerly of this place, now of E. Providence, was badly bitten by a copperhead on Sun day last. At last accounts the child was not expected to recover. DEGREE CONFERRED. —At the re cent College Commencement, at Get tysburg, the degree of Master of Arts was conferred on W. C. Schaffer and John Lutz, Rsqs., of this place. Bishop Domenac will preach on Sunday next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and lecture at 7 P. M., on the following subject -.—The truths of the Church mir rored in the visible works of God in nature. People should not sleep in tight rooms any season of the year—but especially the summer season. The so who fear night air should remember that there is no air but night air at night. A terrific storm raged at Hunting don last Wednesday. Two men while sitting under the schute at the coal wharf were so stunned by the light ning that they fell forward and drown ed. SOMETHING NEW AND USEFUL. — White's Family Scales are claimed to be the cheapest, and most perfect ever manufactured. These scales are sold only by agents. The trade is not sup plied with them. Every household should have one of them. D. A. T. Black, of Rays Hill, ?s the agent and will be in town this week to show the article. Wanted by the Brooklyn Life In surance Co. of New York an energetic and experienced Life Insurance Agent to take the counties of Somerset, Bed ford and Fulton. To a first class man desiring to represent a thorough relia ble Company the most liberal induce ments will be offered. All applications addressed to Sheldon & Floyd, Gen. A gents, 637 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. julylGw2 THE CROPS.— From all parts of the county we hear the most flattering news of the wheat crop, now being gathered in. All admit that the yield has not been better for years. Oats were never better, while corn, under the late genial showers, promises to give a very fair crop. All this is good news for the poor man and the farmer, and, but for the financial depression caused by the reckkss poli cy of the radical party, labor would be in better demand and the producer would find a readier market for what he has to sell. As it is, labor lies idle and wheat lies unsold in the granaries. COURT.— An adjourned court is in session this week, Judge Itowe presid ing. Theattendance is very slim, only those who are compelled by circum stances to appear, being here. On Monday morning jurors failed to ans wer to their names, and it was not till late in the afternoon that the court machinery could be set in motion. A great many of the jurors being farmers they preferred to be in the harvest field, rather than sit and listen to the animadversions on the Acts of Assem bly by ye legal fraternity. A great many offered excuses to get away but the court could not see it. AN APPEAL.— We clip the follow ing "touching appeal" from an Eng lish paper, and commend it to ourotm subscribers, who are in arrears, for their consideration : *• Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is iu the power of thine hand to do it "We are greatly in need of money just now iu order to meet our paper bills and other liabilities, and as there are thousands of dollars due 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." ' Sa i) not tiuto thy neighbor, 'da ami come a gtin, and to-morrow / will give thee;' when thou hast it by thee." How MUCH OWEST THOU?— The date opposite the name on the paper is the 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 (too dollars a year in advance , or with in six mouths, 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 otlice. How much owest thouV Woe unto htm that nseth hit netghkor's ser ver without wages, amigivetk hiM not for hit wort THE BROAD TOP REGION.— We call the attention of our readers to the able article on the Broad Top region, fouud on the outside of to-day's paper. 'I he writer is one of the ablest civil engin eers in the state, and has made the study of the mineral resources of that part of our county a specialty, there fore his article on the subject is enti tled to the highest consideration. Reqjl it. A TRAIN of wagons, carts, horses and provisions left here on Monday, noon, under charge of Mr. Henry Mil ler, of this city, for sections 118 and 119 of the Connellsville and Pittsburg Railroad, now under contract by Messrs. Dewee aud Clark. The whole of the unfinished portion of this line, so far as we could learn, is now under contract and will be pushed to an early completion. -Moun'ain City Times, Cum berland. ESCAPE OP ONE OF THE CATTLE THIEVES.- -On last Thursday morning one of the cattle thieves confined in our county jail, scaled the walls of that in stitution and made good his escape. The prisoners were let out in the pris on yard, as usual, that morning, and during the temporary absence of the Sheriff, this fellow managed to break off his hobbles, and by the aid of a few poles and a rope that happened to be in the yard he got over the wall easily. Just a few mornings before, these same chaps were caught attemptiing to cut their way through the prison wall. N. B.—The fellow has since been cap tured at Cumberland. CANNING CORN.— Mrs. William B. Hazleton, of Marhopac Falls, in the Michigan Farmer, says: I take the sweet or even green corn before it gets too old, cut it from the cob, fill my cans full, pressed down. I then take a boiler, lay some sticks in the bottom for my cans to set on; I then lay the cov ers of the cans on loose, fill the boiler with water so that it will cover half way up the sides of the cans, put the cover on the boiler, boil for thr. 3 hours briskly, take out and press the covers on tight. Will keep well and have all the flavor ot green corn. ANOTHER 810 SNAKE.— On Wed nesday evening week, Mr. Robert V. Campbell put an end to the existence of one of the largest rattle-snakes ever killed in this county. His suakeship, it appears had gone into quarters for the night under the steps that lead in to the kitchen. Mr. C.'s attention was drawn to the spot by the barking of his dog when his snakeship was dis covered. He measured 4 feet 6 inches in length and 12 inches around the bod y, and sported eleven rattles.— Fulton Democrat. ERRATA. —In the article on the Broad Top Coal and Iron Region, found on the outside of this week's pa per a number of errors appear. Some of these are typographical errors, and others are corrections made in the manuscript by the writer, after the ar ticle was in type. In the 12th para graph, for "Its outside base,'' 1 read "its outside form-,'''' in the 18th paragraph for "80 tons"; read "861 tons;" in same paragraph, for "120 tons," read "150 tons;" in 21st paragraph, for "con verse" and "presence," read "the cou verese" and "the presence;" in same for "the one," read "the ore;" in the next paragraph, for "work out" read "mark out;" for "demands of an age," read "demands of this age;" for "when the wealth," read "in which the wealth;" the last sentence should read: "We hail with unmingled delight the dawn of the iron era, in the Broad Top Coal and Iron Region. IRVINE— Three. Things he Likes— To sell as low as he can; to sell the best goods ; and to sell FOR CASH ! Remem ber, the "Regulator,"No 2 Anderson's Bow, beats the world for good boots, shoes, queensware, glassware,groceries, notions, &c. ' PERSONAL.— Hon. G. W. Brewer, of Chambersburg, and S. H. Reynolds, Esqs., of Lancaster, dropped into our sanctum on Monday last. They are both rusticating at the Springs. Two more clever, congenial gentlemen are seldom met with. The latter, it will be remembered, received a flattering vote in the late Democratic State Conven tion, as a candidate for Supreme Judge, thus paying a high compliment to his integrity as a man and his ability as a lawyer. Chief Justice Thompson, of the Su preme Court of this state, Senator Cameron and other notables are at the Springs. Hon. Francis Jordon, Secretary of the Commonwealth, is in town, attend ing Court. The Colonel is always wel come to his former home. Neal F. Campbell, Esq., of Phila delphia, is again with us, stopping as usual, at the Mengel House, and look as bright as a new coin. Hon. C. A. Buchanan, of Baltimore county, Md., is stopping at the Mengel House. John H. Rush, Jr., Esq., of Idiana, is here on a visit to his parents and friends. John looks as though the West agreed with him hugely. ANOTHER HIGHWAY ROBBERY.— Our town was thrown into a state of excitement, on Tuesday evening last, by the news that Mr. Geo. C. Scott, a resident of this county and highly respected citizen, had been robbed of 28 dollars and a gold watch, about 4 miles west of this place on the Bedford turnpike. Mr. Scott was returning from this place where he had come in the morn ing, and when on this side of the old Toll Gate heard some one call hira to stop. Seeing a man with a mask on his face, Mr. 8. started his horses at full speed down the pike. The robber seeing Mr. Scott's intention, ran and jumped over a bank in front of him and caught hold of one of the horses. Mr. S. jumped out of the bug gy when the robber presented a revol ver. The horses became unmanagea and tore loose from the buggy after breaking it considerably. One of the horses got away and was not found un til Wednesday morning. The robber jlSieSlflJirSJ ®r Mtftitp Ijlau is a heavy set man and dressed in blue pants and jacket. The robbery occur red about 6 o'clock in the eveuing.- Fulton Democrat. ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL CHURCH.— The South Central Convocation, consis ting of the of clergy of several parishes, held a series of services here last week in the Court House, which were both sol emn and interesting. Before adjourning the following preamble and resolution were adopted, viz: Whereas, the members of the South Central Convocation of the diocese of Pensylvania, now assembled in Bed ford, note with great satisfaction the results of the earnest labors of the rec tor, the Rev. Alfred J. Barrow, and of the people of St. Jauies ? parish since the last meeting of Convocation held here, in August, 1866, as shown in the increase of the congregation, the addi tion of 29 persons confirmed and 40 communicants added to the small number with which the enterprise commenced, the formation of a Ladies Aid Society which has been the life of the parish, the partial erection of what seems destined to be a very beautiful church edifice, and the expenditure for that and other Church purposes of o ver $5OOO, therefore, Resolved, that they, the members of the Convocation aforesaid, hereby desire to give an expression of their gratifica tion to the good people of this parish at the accomplishment of the above mentioned results, and to assure them of their hearty interest in thesuccess of the work. And, morever, that with the plea sant memories of the generous hospi tality and kindness extended to them during the sessions of Convocation, shall be determination onthier part, to aid, so far as comes within their power, towards the completion of the aforesaid new Church building, with the hope that the people of the parish will not relax their exertions, but will persevere in prayer against all discourag ments until the good work begun shall be fully accomplished. For the Qaxette NEW PARIS, JULY 17, 1869. Messrs. Editors .-—With your permis sion I will transmit a few lines to you for the columns of your highly esteem ed "GAZETTE," and give you a brief sketch of things in these parts. The weather is very warm, as the rays of the sun do not strike us obliuquely but seem to descend upon us directly from above. The farmers are busy gather ing in their crops, which are very good and giving us fair prospects of plenty. Political matters are quiet along the lines, but will open with thunder peals after awhile, as there are many among the Bads that caunot swallow the 15th Amendment with the negro on top—it is too much for them. Neither do they like musical instruments that are bo't like Jno. W. G—overner did, called fuel and incidentals, Ac. Napier will not come out with broken ranks but in one solid phalanx for Democracy. The Evangelical Association in this county, Superintended by the Rev J. A. Dunlap, will hold a campmeeting on the land of Philip Cuppett, commenc ing the 19th of August, to continue one week. The Rev D. S. Poling and other ministers will be present. On the 9th inst., one of Mr. Jehu Oldham's boys, while attempting to pick cherries, fill from the tree, break ing both his arms. He is being at tended by Dr. Ely, of Sehellsburg, and is doing as well as can be hoped for. Yours, more anon, SHIBBOLETH. Half way up Lookout Moutain, the place where memory is stirred by a thousand thrilling associations, and where the brave boys of both armies met and fought hand to hand, where the blood of both friend and foe was mingled together and ran down the mountain-side in rivulets, is a smooth faced rock, upon which a poor, wound ed soldier inscribed the following: "S. T,—lB6o—X.—Early in the bat tle I was wounded, and carried to this spot by two clever 'Yanks'. They bade me farewell, and as they suppos ed, to die, for I was so weak from loss of blood that I could but faintly thank them for their kindness. They left in my canteen a part bottle of PLANTA TION BITTERS, to which I owe my life for it strengthed me, and kept life within me until help came and my wound was dressed. God bless them for their kindness, and for the PLAN TATION BITTERS." HENRY GAVWGEL, Company B, 10th Ga. BALLOU-S, MONTHLY.— The August number of this magazine is on our ta ble and is full of interest from begin ning to end. This is certainly a very cheap periodical. Published by Elli ott, Thomes <t Talbot, 63 Congress Street, Boston, at $1.50 a year. With Dyspeptics everything ia wrong. Food does not digest; sleep does not refresh ; wine does not cheer ; smiles do not gladden; music does not charm, nor can any other Joy enter the breast of the miserable dyspeptic. You must get rid of it, or it will bo come seated and confirmed, and life will be a burden and existence a curse. PLANTATION BITTERS will do away with all this. New life, strength and energy will take possession of you. The damask will again bloom upon your cheek, and the luster in your eye will again be as bright as in your healthiest, happiest and joyous days. MAGNOLIA WATER.— Superior to the best imported German Cologne, and old at half the price. "POMPEY," said a good natured gentleman to his colored man, "I did not know till to-day that you bad been whipped last week." "Didn't you massa?" replied Pomp ey, "I—l know'd it, jist the same time it occurred." Twenty or thirty cars loaded with coal oil and crude oil were destroyed on the Erie, Atlantic and Great Wes tern Railroad, at Cleveland, Ohio, Thursday night. Loss $50,000. The fire is believed to have originated from a lamp in the hands of a train inspector. The engine house, machine shop and two or three other buildings, together with four locomotives and two new passenger cars belonging to the South Pacific Railroad, were burned at Frank lin, Mo., on Wednesday night. The t >tal loss was from $60,000 to $70,000. MKRCERSBUKG REVIEW.— The July number of this quarterly, which has just made its appearance, is one of more than usual interest and variety. It contains nine articles, besides a number of brief notices of receut pub lications. It opens with an article on "The Written and the Incarnate Word," by Rev. P. 8. Davis, A. M, Chambersburg, Pa., which furnishes food for thought, and is written in the writer's puculiarly forcible and attract ive style. This Review seems to in crease in life and vigor in every suc cessive number. Its articles will be read and felt by many intelligent and reflecting minds. Published by the "Reformed Church Publication Board," No 54 N. 6th Street, Philadelphia, at $3 per year in advance. THE LADY'S FRIEND.— T he August number of this "Queen of the Month lies" is adorned with a beautiful steel engraving of those two young lovera "Paul and Virginia"—a double-paged and handsomely colored fashion Plate, containing the latest Paris styles—a pic ture of Maidenhood, in illustration of Longfellow's sweet poem; and the usual number of miscellaneous engravings, Illustrating sea-side costumes, chil dren's fashions, hats, head-dresses, din ner and walking toilets, Ac., Ac. Four copies, $6. Five copies (and one grat is), $B. "The Lady's Friend" and "The Saturday Evening Post" (and one engraving), $4.00 Specimen num bers sent for ten cents. GALAXY.— The August number of this excellent periodical has reached us. "Put yourself in his Place," by Charles Read, is continued in this number. "The Race for Commercial Supremacy in Asia,""Prince Napoleon,"' 'Mineral Waters," by John C. Draper, M. D ; "How they keep house in Compiegne,'' are among the literary articles in this number. Address Sheldotf A Co., 498 and 500 Broadway, N. Y. GODEY. —The August number of this beautiful lady's book is on our ta ble and is a gem. The steel engraving, "Feeding Horses," is an exquisite picture while the fashion plate is un surpassed. The literary matter is of the verv best. L. A. Godey, publish er, Phila., Pa. Four suicides, two of them women, were reported Thursday. The wife of James Cain, one of the most respec table citizens of Waterloo, Canada, shot herself through the heart with a revolver; Catharina McDonald,of Au gusta, Me., while laboring under a fit of insanity, hung herself with a hand kerchief ; Jenkes Harris, proprietor of Hoyle's Hotel, Providence, R. 1., end ed his sorrows with a rope, and John Williams, cut his throat at a police station in Rochester, New York. News from New Mexico report the Indians still troublesome on the Santa Fe mail. Crops are good. None of the newly appointed Indian Agents have yet arrived in the Territory. A despatch from Helena, Montana, says, Wells, Fargo & Co's coach was robbed at Morens Station of the treas urer's box, containing $7,200 in gold. Parties are in pursuit of the robbers, who fled to the mountains. A disastrous tornado made havoc of the roofs, chimnies and unstable hous es of Lexington, Mo., Thursday. MARRIED. WENTZ—LAYTON—On the 4th inet., at the bouse of the bride's mother, by Rev. J. A. Dun- Up. Mr. Henry C. Wenti of Bedford county, to Miss Ellis C. Lavton, of Somerset county, Pa. SOLLIDAY—LYNCH—On the 14th inst., mtthe residence of the bride's parents, in this pleoe, by Rer. A W. Gibson, Mr. Benj. R. Solliday, of Mt. Pleassnt, Westmorland county, Pa , and Miss Cornelia A. Lynch. The fair couple have our best wishes for their kind remembrance of the printer. Ten thousand joys attend tbem through life's journey. DIED. CULP—In Schellsburg, July 18th, Henry Culp, aged 40 years, 10 months and 1 day. Died in great peace. (j*OA PER DAY.—Agentg wanted flDiir' ' everywhere. Sample for two stamps Aparess BATES, HAINES 4 CO., Cleveland, julyJ3w4. Ohio, CANCERS! TUMORS! ULCERS!! PROP. KLINE, of the Philadelphia Univer sity, is making astonishing cures of Cancer and all tumors by a new process. A Chemical Cancer Antidote, that removes the largest o oan cers and tumors, without pain or the use of the knife, without caustic, eating or burning medi cines, and without the loss of a drop of blood.— For particulars, call or address P. K. KLINE, M. D., No. 931 Arch stree., Philadelphia, Pa. w4 WANTED FOR THE SECRET HISTORY OP THE CONFEDERACY. BY EDWARD A. POLLARD, The astounding revolatians and startling dis closures made in this work are creating the most intense desire to obtain it. The seoret political intrigues, Ac., of Davis and other Confederate leaders, with the Hidden Mysteries, from "behind the Soenes in Richmond," are thoroughly venti lated Bend for Circulars and see our terms, and a full description of the work. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Phila. Pa. DODD'S NERVINE DID IT. New LOXDOX, Cox*., April 28, 1869. RBMBMBBBBD FRIBXB—I thought it well to wait another week before writing, to see if I continued to improve, as I have been doing for some time, under the treatment of the new medicine, and I am happy to tell you when you that I am get ting better —even faster than when you were here. I commenced the use of DODD'S NERVINE with out anybody advising me to it. When I began with it I could only walk from my bed to the chair My trouble has been extreme pain in the head, and has lasted over three years. AH the medicine I have heretofore taken has failed to sive any relief. I atq now able to go qp and own stairs, and daily improving I consider the NERVINE the best medicine I ever found, and ibu its H". I W ooufldent of entire recovery. I have taken only three bottles, and would not be without it on any acoount. Very truly, Mas. I. S. NVTB. july23w4. THIRST NATIONAL WHITE JJ LEAD, the best purest and ebeapeat Satisfaction guaranteed for whiteness,.* dura bility and brilliancy. It has no equal. 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It offers the advantages of a Beautiful and Healthful looation, a NOBLE EDIFICE especial ly erected and arranged for a BOARDING SCHOOL of the highest grade, ample grounds, and a liberal appointment of Teachers tor Tho rough Instruction in all the departments of a use ful, Ornamental and Scientific education. Board. Lights, use of furnished Room, and tuition in all the studies of the regular Course including Latin, for each Term of Five Months, $lOO. For Cata logues, or any desired information address REV. WM F. EVSTER, july23ws. Hageratown, Md. TjIXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL tj ESTATE. —The undersigned, Executor of the last will, Ac., cf John Miller, late of Cum berland Valley Township, dee d , will by virtue of the power given him by the said Will, sell at public sale, on the premises in said Township, on Wedne t. day, the ibth day of August, inst., at 10 o'clock, a. m., of said day, all the Real Estate of said de ceased, situate in said township, consisting of a TRACT OF LAND containing 67 acres, more or less, part improved, with an orchard and never failing spring ef water thereon adjoining lands of Lorenzo D. Cessna, Henry Miller and Henry Miller, Jr's heirs, Adam Zembower, Thomas Growden and Jacob Miller, Jr. Tnis tract would make a snug farm and is in a pleasant neighbor hood. Terms, —One third cash, and balance in tws equal annual payments to be secured by bonds and mortgage, or jugments. J AS. CESSNA. july23w4. Executor, T\f ANHOOD: HOW LOST, lIOW iff! RESTORED. Just published, a new edition of DR. 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Also, Dr Culverwell'a "Marriage 1 Guide," price 26 cents. Address the Publishers, CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO., 127 Bowery, New Vork, Post-Office Box 4,588. july23:69yL AGENTS,, c. Railroad opened. s>ev en days from New York to San Franciscu, and a new interest felt in the Groat West. The old West as it was and the New West as it is are fully described in our new edition of RICHARDSON'S "Beyond the M i s s i s s i p p i," "written down to Summer of 1869 with new Text, new Maps, new Index, new Illus trations. 620 Pages, 216 Engravings and the most accurate Map in the world. Don't attempt to sell other books, old matter, rehashed and copied, under new names. Sell the original, complete from 1857 to 1860. Send for Circulars which will tell the whole story. Address AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO., Hart ford, Conn., or BLISS A CO., Newark, N. J. ju!yl6w4. 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Send for circulars to the Patentee, Manufacturer and Proprietor. QOLBURN T SPATENT RED JACKET AXE. Is better than our regular shaped Axes for these reasons . First —--Jt outs deeper. Beoond—lt don't stick in the Wood. Third —It docs not jar the hand. Fourth—No time is wasted in taking the Axe c-nt of the out. Eifth —With the same labor you will do one-third more work than with regular Axes. Red 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. LIPPINCQTT A BAKEWELL, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sole ownersof Colburn'a and Red Jacket Patents. QELF-HELP FOR THE ERRING. Words of Cheer tor Young Men, who have fallen victims to SOCIAL EVILS, desire a better Manhood. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa. 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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. julylBw4 pottos. * DM IN 18TR ATOR'S NOTICE.- J~\ Notice is hereby gives that letters of_ ad- j ministration upon the estate of Christian Albright, \ late of Londonderry tp., deceaaad. hare been ] granted to the subscriber, by the Register of Bed ford county. All persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated, for settlement jul2w6* JACOB L ALBRIGHT, Adtn'r. INSTATE OF ROBERT GLOSBEN, J DECEASED —To the heirs and legal rep resentatives of Robert tilossen. late of Bedford County, dej'd : TAKE NOTICE, that by virtue of a writ of Partition and valuation issued out of the Orphans' Court of Bedford County, and to me di rected, I wlill hold an Inquest to make partition and valuation oftde Real Estate of said deceased, which is situate in Londondary tp , on the prem ises, on the 27th day of July. A D., 1869, at 1(1 o'clock, A. M., when and where you can attend if you see proper. ROB'T. STECKMAN, Sheriff's Office, July 2d, 1869. Sheriff. sotirts, G1 RAIN DIULLo—The Celebrated T LANCASTER GRAIN DRILL, the best, and 26 per cent cheaper than any Drill in the Market, for sale by JOHN NELSON. St. Clair tp.—julyl6tf. GROCERIES.— Go TO A7 R. T>STER A Co. for choice Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Syrups, Ac. Choice Sugar 12i, 14, 15, 16 and 17 cents. 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What it gains for it maintains When it refreshes body or mind, 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 hot tie tor rest or re-cuperation, will find, as he keeps at it. that he is kindling a fire in bis bones which will consume like the tlames of perdition Turn from it. Take a tonic that will refresh and not destroy. Dodd's Nervine is tor sale by all Drug gists. " Price one Dollar. See book of Certificates that accompanies each Bottle junlBw4 IMPORTANT TO NEWSPAPER AND JOBBING PRINTERS. The Knickerbocker Card manufactory. No. 77 & 79, Pulton Street, New York, is now furnishing Printers' Cards at a lower figure than any other house in the trade. Samples and List of Prices mailed on application. junlSwd. WHY NOT MAKE MONEY With our STKNCIL ASN KKV CHECK OUT FIT, and by selling Novel and attractive articles ? Circulars free STAFFORD MFG. CO., 66 Fulton St., New York, jun4 TWO FARMS AT PRIVATE SALE. Now is TUB TIMB TO BUT CHHAP RBAI, ESTATE. A FARM IN MORRISON'S COVE A SPLENDID FARM WITHIN TWO MILES OP BEDFORD. The subscriber will sell at private sale, on very very reasonable terms, and at reduced prioes, the following described, very valuable real estate, vis : A TRACT OF LAND situated in Morrison's Cove, about one mile from Lafayettsville, and four miles from Woodberry, in Middle Woodborry twp., containing 102 acres, more or less, about 45 acres cleared and under fence, with on 9 and a half story log house, log barn, blacksmith shop and other outbuildings, adjoining lands ef Jack son Stuokey on the east, Christ. Kochenderfer 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 most pleasant little farms in the Cove with very little expense. There is an abund ance of water, plenty of fruit and splendid timber upon it —all that is necessarv to make it de*ir&< ble. ALSO, A MOST EXCELLENT TRACT OF LIME STONE AND RIVER BOTTOM LAND, within two miles of Bedford, oontaining 228 acres, about 150 ycres of which are cleared and in a high state of cultivation and the balance well timbered. There are excellent now buildiug erected thereon with a well of never failing water at the door. There are two orchards of choice fruit upon it. 75 acres of meadow, (River Bottom) can be cultiva ted with trifling expense. The upland is in a good state ot cultivation, well set with clover and under good fence. There is sufficient timber npon it to pay for the farui several times if thrown into the Bedford market. Apply to J. R. DURBOKROW, Attorney at Lw, itmaymb Bedford, Pa. hardware, &c. JJOUBFURNIBH ING GOODS, HARDWARE, Ao. JNO. F. BLYMYER has opened a full stock of HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNISHIG GOODS, WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES, OILS, PAINTS, NAILS, GLASS, BUILDERS, HARDWARE, S HOEM A K ER'S FINDINGS, SADDLERY, COAL OIL LAMPS, COAL OIL, POCKET BOOKS, CUTLERY, CHURNS, BUCKETS, TUBS, &C., &C., AC., He hopes, by strict attention to business, and fair prices, to merit a share of public patronage Store in same room as occupied by B. M Bly myer A Co., as a Stove and Tin Store. &pr9m3 TTP WITH THE TIMES ! !! Russell Reapers and Mowers. Excelsior Reaper and Mowers. Farmer Mowers. Gum Spring and Roller Grain Drills. Horse Rakes. Keystone Cider Mills. The 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 the cash, we will sell goods as low as tbey can be bought in the United States, we have this day marked our goods down and only ask the Farmer, Machanic and House Keeper to call and price our goods. HARTLEY A METZGER, may23tf. Sign of the Red Pad Lock. J MPORTAN T TO FARMERS AND MECHANICS! BLOODY RUN HARDWARE STORE the place to buy to save money. BAUGHMAN, GUMP & CO., have the genuine GREENCASTLE GRAIM CRA DLES with silver-steel Scythes, and a variety of Grass and Grain Scythes, Snaths, Ac., together with a complete stock of Hardware, Wooden War* Tinware, Stoves, Ac., Which they offer AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Iron of all kinds constantly kept on hands. may2Bm3. Unt-gtooto, ftf. EWGO O D ! The undersigned have now open a large and well assorted stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. The credit system, BEING NEARLY "PLAYED OUT," we will sell cheap for CASH OR PRODUCE. Interest charged on all old accounts after ninety days. A. B. CRAMER & CO. Bedford, Pa., June 18, '69. ]V" KW 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, Cassimers, Boots and Shoe 9, Groceries, Notions, Ac., Ac. ' All of which will be sold at the most reasonable prices. iy Thankful for past favors, we solicit a con tinuance ot the public tronage. fir Call and exam r goods. may24,'67. _ G. YKAGKR. Q 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, RUGS, CARPET CHAINS, Ac can buy ol me by the roll at whole sale prices. apr3om2 _ JA MES A.BROWN 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, hut 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 consumers. 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 ethers' goods with an additional profit on their own. Let an intelligent community sustain me in this enterprise and they WILL SAVE FROM TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT. ON EVERYTHING THEY CONSUME. mayl4m3 H. F. IRVINE. NOTICE.— All accounts not settled by the Grst day of June, 1869, either by cash or note, will be put in the hands of aa officer lor collection. Friends will please take notice, and by so doing will save trouble and ooets. mayl4w3 H. *. IRVINE. rfIHE BEST PLACE TO BUY I choice brands of chewing Tobaoeos and Ci gars, at wholesale or retail, is at Otter's. Good natural leaf Tobaccos at 75 cents Tnr our 5 cent Yara and Havanna cigars—they cant be beat, junelBm3.