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LATEST ARRIVAL AT REEDS,
NEW GOODS!
NOTWITHSTANDING the pecuniary em
barassmeut, and the universal complaint* of
the hard times, the subscriber takes pleasure is
announcing to the people of Bedford and vicin
ity, that he has just returned from the Eastern
Cities, with a large, handsome and cheap stock
" FILL AND WINTER GOODS,
among which niuv be ftuuid
Cloths, Ladies' Dress Goods,
Cassiiueres. French Merinos,
.Satinets, Silks.
Tweed*, Mous de Lainss,
Jeans. Valeucias,
Veitings
and a great variety of other Goods for Ladies,
and Children's wear.
GROCERIES. HARDWARE, QUEINS
WARE, &c., Aic.
An excellent assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES.
kinds of Country Produce taken in
exchange for Goods. The notes ofall Pennsyl
vania Banks taken at par, as well a* the notes of
good Banks Of other States.
JACOB REED.
Oct. 80, 1857.
A Great ArrlFaS of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
•THE undersigned hss just returned from
the Eastern Cities, with a large stock of Fall
and Winter Goods, and is now exhibiting t j
CHEAP SIDE,
a general assortment of new stylo Fall and i
Winter Goods, comprising Ladies' Dress Goods,!
in pari Crocovella, Satin striped and Plain De i
Lain*, Barred Cashmeres, Thibet Cloths, Al- j
pacas, De Baize, Calicoes, &c.
For Gentlemen and Boys' wear, Cloths, Cas
sinieres, Cassinetts Vestings, Sic.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Bonnets. Woolen and
Rag Carpets, Floor Oil Cloth, Syrup Molasses,
White and Brown Sugars, Green and Black
Teas, Groceries of all kinds, Queensware,
Tubs, Buckets, Bro u nis, <Sc. Hardware—
Shovels, Forks, Knives ami Forks. Spoons,
k., anil all articles usually kept in stoies.
All kind* of Pt >dce tanett in exchange for
good*.
The undersigned 'will sell cheap for cash, or!
produce, and hopes by lair dealing to receive
his usual share of patronage.
G. W. EUPP.
Oct. 2, ! '1857.
Great Arrival of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received and on hand, the best as
sortment of ROOT* and SHOES that
could be selected for the citizens of Bedford,
and strangers visiting the place. 1 door south
of Minnick's Confectionary Store, on Jdliana
Street.
Mens' Grained Water-Proof long legged
Boots, Mens' thick sole eastern mad#
long legged Boots, Mens' Kip and coarse
Heavy Boots, Gents' Fine Calf double
sole Boots, Gents' Oxford Ties. Geßts'
Congress Gaiters. Mens' Heavy city made
Brogans, Ladies' Morocco Boots, Ladies'
Goat Heel Boots, Womens' Calf heavy
winter Boots; Misses' and Children*' Boots
in variety, Boys' Boots of all kinds, size
and description.
CAPS, in variety, will h always kept on
■band.
Persons wishing to purchase good Boots and
Shoes will please give me a call before buying
elsewhere,
ADAM FERGUSON.
Oct. 2, 1857.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is 'hereby given that an application
will be made to the next Legia'.ature of the
State of Pennsylvania, for the passage of an
Act of Assembly authorizing the incorporation
of a Bank of Issue, with general banking and
discounting privileges, under the genera! bank
ing laws of this State, to be located at the Bo
rough of Bedford, in the County or Bedford,
•nd called "The Bedford County Bank," wiili
a capital of two hundred and fifty thousand
dollars, and with the privilege of low-easing the
sariffi to the sum of 'foui hundred thousand dol
lars.
E. L.ANDERSON,
AY. T. DAUGHERTY,
AV. P. SCHELL,
A. KING,
NICHOLAS LYONS,
SAML. L. RUSSELL.
Bedford, Pa., Jttne 26, 1856.-6 m.
Mm. Skater,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
CONTINUES to carry on the above business,
in all its branches, at his old stand it Juliana
street, and is prepared to accommodate all who
may favor him with their custom, on reasonable
terms. He constantly keeps on hand a large as
sortment of ready roado clothing of a good and
substantial quality. And, having in store a choice
selection of cloths, cassimeres, "vestings, drillings,
&c., sc., he invites all in want of clothing to
give hira a call, as he fee's confident he can please
all who do so.
July 24, 1857.
W. IIOERKES S~"
liPIIOLSTERER.
WOULD announce to the citizens of Bed
ford and vicinity. that he is prepared to do
all wont in his line, in the best style, and on
reasonable terms. Matbassbs, with or without
springs, made in a superior manner, equal to
the best made in the city, and to this branch of
his business be would invite especial attention.—
He may be found at the shop of Michael Weis
cl, a short distance East of the Borough, rat
bis residence on East Pitt Street, one door west
of Mai. AVashahaugh's.
Bedford, Dec. 5, 1858.
NEM FIRM.
QA D D L E S, Harness, Trnnks. Whip*,fce
. .J h "" d * T !: gnf " t ""M repectfully announce
to the Public that they have formed a partner
amp and are now fully prepared to manufacture
alt kinds of work ic PMr ii ne of business ol
the best materials, and upon the shortest notice.
AYbips, wholesale or retail. Shop
—feNVTeidl at t,I,J "M *taad on Pitt Street
U ' 1 MM ON LING,
J. A..HENDERSON
Bedford, Nov. 1856
IYT^u 5 - 10 & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.—
y Pianos. Melodeons, Flutes, Guitars. Brass
Iloras. Clarionets, Drums, etc., of various manu
fact ore, always on hand. Bands supplied at cits
wholesale rates. AVe Keep always on hand'a fuil
assortment of li the new and i'ashionabie music
which we mail at our expense to un\ part of the
country.
N. B. Music arranged to order.
SHRYOCK & SMITH,
March 7, 1857. Chafer,burg.
NOTICE.
ALL pctao ,s are hereby notiflujfr that my
wife, Sophia O'Neal, has left my house, with
out any just cause, and that I am determined
not to pay any debts she may contract, and I
hereby warn all j eisons not to trast her on my
account. J
_ „ JAMES O'NEAL.
West Providence Tp., Nov. 20, 1857.
A.King. Fr. Jordan.
LAW PART NERSHIP.
Kio{? & Jordan, Attorneys at Law
BEDFORD,bPAm
¥ II.L practice in the s tveral Court* of Bed
ford and adjoining counties.
Agencies, Collections, and all other business
intrustedto theircare Will be promptly and iaith
fuJty attended to.
OFFICEin Juliana street, formerly occupied
by D. H. Hoflus, Esq., aniPraoro recently in the
occupancy of Jos. Mann, Esq.
January 5, 1855.
Job Mann, G. H. Spano.
JAW PARTNERSHIP.—The undersigned
J hare associated themselvesiu the Practice
of the Law, and will proinutly attend to all busi
nessontrusted to their Bedford and ad
joining counties.
on Julianna Street, three doors
south otMengel oll'ise and opposite the re.'i
denceof Maj. Tate.
MAX.V & SPANG
Junel, —1854. tf.
IIOFfUS h FILLER.
ATTOPiAEVS AT LAW,
BEDFORD, FA,
TV" ILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
T v legal business entrusted to their care.—
During the sessions of the court, tile senior part
nermay be found at the office of the firm, two
doors south of lion. S. L. Russell's office.
D. H. HOFIIfS.
J NO. H. FILLER-
Bedford, Nor. 28, 1856.
Dr. F. C Keamcr,
Physician and Surgeon.
Despectftilly tenders his services v.
At the citizens of Bedford and vicinity. He
may always be found (unless professionally en
gaged, at his Drug and Book Store, in Juliana
St.
Feb. 19, 1857.
SAMUEL RADEBAUGH,
Justice of tlie Peace.
OFFICE two doors South of the Mengel
House, and next door to the office of
Mann & Spmg, where he will attend to the
collection of all claims placed in h+s hands.
Bedtbrd, Jan. 11, 1856.
fMPSBfj
[ | Will attend punctually and rarVtilij to all epemLou ■- |
I | tmitt'l to hi* eare Tata p!u*fw<i. reroi.ud, Ac., aii I
1> arffiauU tenth inetrVd, from mj u> an entire aet. t
| Chaqfl* sto.lerau, and all opentUoua warraaiej.
VT TormaIXTARIABLY CASH.
Office am Cuat Put atracA, Bedford, Pa. \ifTf
fe* jg-fc
11 IIS IKS,
Valentine Steckman,
PROPRIETOR.
Boarders taken by the day, week, month and
year.
April 25,1856—tf
Getlys' Photographic Gallery,
'EXCfUXGE BUtLDISU ,' BEDFORD, P.l.
Y\/"HERE Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, so.
vT 4-c., are executed in the latest style*
ar.d improvements of the Art. A full awL.rt
ment of plain and fancy cases, gold and plated
Lockets at very low prices.
The public are respectfully invited to call
and examine his specimens.
T. R. GETTYS, Jn.
May 22, 1857.
WINDMILLS! WINDMILLS!!
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his
old customers, as well as the public generally,
that he still continues the mauufactory of
IVINDMILLR, and keeps them on hand con
stantly. He will also do ail kinds of repairing
in hi 3 line of business. As his mills are well
known in Bedford county, he deems it unneces
sary to say anything about them. His shop is
as formerly, at the East end or Bedford, on l'itt
Street, near the Foundry.
SIMON DICKER HOOF.
Aug. 21. 1857.-3 m.
Look Here, Storekeeper* and
Other*!
THE greatest assortment of Toys of every
description, and Fancy articles of' an endless
variety, you ess find at the great Curiosity
Store, No. 141, S, 2d St., above Arch, Phil
adelphia. Also Fancy Baskets, Pipe's, Segar
Cases Tobacco Boxes, Dominoes, Canes, Chi
na, Kid and Wix Babies, and a great many
other articles too numerous to mantion.
JOHN DOLL, Importer.
144, N. 2d St.
Sept. 4, 1857.
iw PALL GOODS.
1 HE subscribers have just opefcel a large assort
raent of FALL anl WINTER GOODS, all of
which will be offered at prices to suit the times.
A. e respectfully invite cash and prompt six month
oils' outers to call and examine our stock, assuring
them that we shall offer greater inducements than
ever heretofore.
Country Produce Ofall kinds wanted, for which,
we will pay the highest price.
A. B. CRAMER & CO
Oct. 16, 1857.
M- B. t. flWtllY
T) ESPECTFULLY tenders bis professional
±1 services to ftl.e citizens of Bedford and vi
cinity.
Office and residence on Pitt-Street, in the
building formerly occupied bv Dr. J. H. Hofius
Nov. 6, 1857.
REMOVAL
THE subscriber Ins removed his Tinning Es
tablishment to the frame buildisg i n Juliana
.Street, two doors south of "Brown's Store,"
where he will be happy to see alibis old friends
, , C " Bt *f nerß - He keeps constantly on hand
all kinds of ware in his line, as substantial and
cheap as ean be procured in the county
Aug. 14, 1857. ABRAHAM
JOHN 11. ALLEN v CO
AOS. 2 Sr 4 CHESTNUT Strut, (south side,
below Hater,) PHIL.IDELPHIJI,
(TukOu)kst Wood-ware House, is thk Citt s
MANUFACTURERS and Wholesale d( &
-L A era in 1 atent Medicine, mads BROOMS
Patent Graved CEDJIR. WARE. Warranted
no! to shrink, HOOD and WILLQW-WjiRE
CORDS. BRUSHES, Ac, of all description,
rlease call and examine our stock.
Feb. 27, 1807.-zz..
Lumber! Lumber!!
KH) 000 SOCLES Of different
"T k, . nd *' Also > 75 >°° 0 feet
Pine Yellow Pine,
*wLmm. p BEKG, e '
4 > r M gh u rry r ect . ow i' for the CD ™ of Coughs!
Stove * " Dr - Rrug
mmom imimm.
25 WITNESSES;
or, THE
FOR ERR 10MICTEB.
John S. Dye is the Author,
Who has had 10 years extferienfls as a Bank
er and Publisher, and Aulhoi of
q-j J series of Lectures at the Bnfhrav
$ Tabernacle,
when, for 10 successive nigrts over
Or 50,000 Peuplo jf- \
Greeted him with Rounds of Applause,
while he exhihited the manner in wiich'Ooun
.S terfeiters execute tiieir Frauds, aiid the
q Surest and Shortest Meats of
O . Detecting them !
i he Bunk bote Engravers all say thai he is
O l^e greatest Judge of Paver Monti living.
DISCOVERY OF
O v ' ,he Present Century for
© Detecting Counterfeit Bank Notes.
. Describing every Genuine Bill | u Exis-
O tence. and exliihiting at a glance
> even - Counterfeit in Circulaton!!
° Arranged so admirably, that RIFE HENCE
-is EA SI and DETECTION ixsusrasEors.
q CC?" No iudex to examine! Jo pages
to hunt up! But so simplified ani arrang
ed cd, that the Merchant, Banker, aid Bu
siuess Man can see all at a Ghuct.
O
English, French and Ctrmas.
oThua Each may read the game in
his own Native Tongue,
pj Host Perfect Bank Nob: Msl
< Published.
W Also a List of
r* All the Private Barker? ir
America.
A Complete Summary of th? FiXAXcc'or
Eukope a.vu Amkbica will ho published in
W each edition, together with all the important
<5 NEWS OF THE DAY. Also
t-7 J SERIES OF TjIIES
M From an Old Manuscript found in the East.
© It furni<hcK the Most Complete History of
p ORIENTAL LIFE,
„ Describing the Most Perple:ing Positions
Cj in which tho Ladies and Gentemen of that
rH Country have been so of(on tmnd. These
©B'tftries will continue tlifhnghcut the whole
year, and will prove the Mux Enteitafning
ever offered to the Public.
Furnished Weekly tr Subscribers
only, at $1 a year. All letten must be ad.
dressed to
JOHN 8. DYE, Itrokrr,
Publislyr atul Proprietor, 70 Wall Street,
April 24. 1857-zz. New York.
11. I). PECGH, ETTIK A. FISHBURN.
m FANCY NTORE.
MRS. 11. D. PKUGII A Co., issportfully in
vite the attention of the ladies of Bedford and
vicinity, to their new and handstme stock of
goodE, just opened in '-Mann's luilding," Ju
liana Mieet, opposite Dr. Reamer's Drug Store.
These goods have been selected with the
greatest earn, and are of the latest styles and
lie. t quality.
Their Stock coritists in part of
Molt- Antique Silks,
All Wool De Laiues, •
Do do •' (printed.)
Black Gro de Rhine,
French Merino, (plain aJ prhitei.)
Moss Head Frifcges.
Bugle Laces,
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Gauntlets,
Gents' Black Kid Gloves,
Black and Fancy Elastic Belt^
Chenille Trimming*,
Chenille Scarfs,
Chenille Head Dresses,
Fancy French Cortets,
Velveteen, Ac., &c.
I,allies and Children's IJOXNETk, in gret
variety.
A general assortment of Ladits' and .Misses'
SHOES, GAITERS, OVER SHOttS, 4c.
SHA W XM S
of everv quality and description.
PERFUMERY, EXTRACT* JEWELRY,
Ac , Ac.
Bedford, Oct. 30, 1857. t
STAGE OFFICE
WASHINGTON HOTEL,
Eedford, Pa.
MRS. MARY COOK would atnounce t her '■
friends and the public, tli* sbc has fitted *
up this old and well known stand, in a vefy su
perior style, tor the accomibodatlin of thi pitb- :
lie. Visitors to the Bedford Mnural Springs |
will find the Washington Hotel n comfrtable
inmrner retreat—and no pains will bo spared to
please all who patronize the house*
Boarders will be taken by the day week, month i
and year.
CT'A gentleman of high qua}(ication, and
corteous deportment, has charge of the house,
who will do all in his power to lktku thuguests
happy and comfortable.
as moderate as else in the j
place.
Daily Stages from Latrobe, Cumberland, Holli
daysDurg and Hopewell, all stop atthi* Hotel.
A Hack lielonging to this Hot* will mn be
tween Bedford and the Springs.
Bedford, June 12, 1857.-zz.
IMPORTANT TO MILL OWNERS-
T\TOOD WARD'S Improved Sm|t and Screon
\V ing Machines, Mill Bushes, tol iug Cloths,
and Bran Dusters, of th# most Ynp'oved piau,
Mill Screws, Corn and Cob Gtndirs, Patent
Bridges for Mill Spindles, Portilde Mills, war
ranted to grind tea bushels fr homr, Mill
Irons and Mill Burry made to order. Also,
Stover's Patent Corn Kilu and Grain Dryer—
a valuable invention. The abuke articles are
kept constantly on hand, and £n b obtained
at any time, from SID. BROAD,
Sche'ilstiurg. il"dford County, ho ii also the
agent for Bedford, Suinuiset, and iijoiuing Cou n
ies.
Mill wright work done at the (hortest notice
arid on the most reasonable tenusE. '
February 15, 1856.
YfcCORMICK'S Reaper and }nwr for sale
111 by S. D. BROAD,
at Schellsburg, Pa., agent for Bfcir asd Bedford
counties.
February 15, 1856.
NOTICE.
LETTERS of Administration havirg been
granted to the subscriber, living in St. Clair
Township, on the estate of Catharine Oldham,
late of said township, dee'd, all persons know
ing themseive* indebted to said Atate iJ-e here
by notified to make payment iiinediatdy, and
those having claims against the i:se will pre
sent them properly nuthentlcaid ftf settle
ment.
BENJ. H. IVALEER,
kdm'r.
Oct. IC, 1857.
Plastering: Lalb!!
4 vin erected
X a Mill for sawing PlastkkiX Laths on bis
premises in Union Tp., Bedford tonntt-, is now
ready to furnish any quantity <£ th, shortest
notice. Prieesl.6o per thonsaki, 3 ft. Inne
Other lengthsin proportion.
Letters addressed to me*t St. tlairsville. wiil
be promptly attended to.
Tp.. K.„. „. IM( W *,> K " r ' T "-
Bta. ricj 50.p_.h..1,( Ju.t r—
ceived ftom tire city, by Dr.llirry.
TH33 INQUIRER
lls published every Friday morning, in Juliana
Street, in the white frame inilding,
nearly opposite the Mengi-1
Rouse, bv
DAVID DVIiE.
i TERMS:
If paid in advance, $1.50; within the year,
5-.00; aud if not paid witfiih the year,' $2'.30 will
I lie charged. No paper discontinued until all ar
' VTfT 4 ' 0 * aro —except at the option of the
Editor. A failure to notify a discontinuance will
uo regarded as a new engagement.
Mvertistmentx not exceeding a square,(l 2 lines.)
.nserted three times for $1 —every subsequent in
sertion, 'Jo cjhts. Longer ones in the same pro
portion. Lach fraction til a square counted as
a full square. All advertisements not specially
ordered lor a given time will be continued until
. forbid. A liiier.il deduction will be made to those
, who advertise by the year.
Job Printing of all kinds executed neatly and
j promptly and on reasonable terms.
Bedford Classical School,
AND
FEMALE SEMINARY.
itiale and Female Departments Dis
tinct.
Rev. G. \Y. Auohinbacoo, A. M., Prin
cipal,
Mrs. GiiO. W. AUUHINMAUOH, Preeep
t'reas.
Miss Cornelia A. Evabts,'Music, French,
Drawing, &0.
Mrs. Lire* SeorfSWOOD, Oil Paintiuii and
Shell Work,
Miss Mary HELEN Smith, Assistant.
THE duties of this Institution will be re
sumed on Monday, Aug. 81st. Owing to
the limited accommodation* of the Seminary
Building, the number of pupils w1l! be lim
ited. It is important, therefore, that appli
cations for admission be made at un earlv
day. These who enter bejore the expiration
of half the quarter, will be charged for the
whole quarter; these who enter after the
expiration of'balf the .quarter, will be charg
ed for the half quarter. No deduction made
for absence except in cases of protracted
illness.
In this school students are prepared for
the higher elates of any college, or to en
ter at once upon the active duties of life.— '
W l iist special care i* taken to form iu our '
pupil* habits of order, strict punctuality
and thoroughness, their Physical, Moral and
feocial Education is not neglected.
I iie government of the school is designed
to be parental. It i- the aim of the Prin
cipal and his associates to excite iu their
pupils a lore of 'right doing, and to awaken
within theui some proper consciousness of
the dignity of humanity. 'Parents tnav rest
assured tiiat any gross delinquency on the
part of tbetr children will be reported to
them immediately, should circumstances re
quire it, or the discipline of the school fail
to accomplish the desired reformation.
JERMS per quarter of II weeks, inclu
ding Board, Tuition, Furnished Room, \V*sh
'nK> Eight and Fuel, VIO.OO, —one-half in
advance.
EXTRA CHARGES.
Music, $lO 00
se of Instrument, 2 00 j
French, a (iq
Drawing, and painting in Water Col
or's, each, 5 00
Oriental I'aintfag, 5 00
Grecian Painting, 5 00
Oil Fainting, 10 00
Ornamental Needle Work, 5 00 '
Shell Work, 5 00
TERMS FOR DAY SCHOLARS.
Elemebtary English, gq 00
Higher, 4 00
Classics, g 25
Bedford, August 6. 1857.
Administrator's iVoticf.
LE ITERS of administration having been;
granted to the subscriber, living in St. I
Clair Tp., on the estt of Rebec! Wright, '
ls.te of said township, dee'd, all persons I
knowing themselves indebted to said estate i
are hereby notified to make payment inime- I
diatcly, and those having claims against the
same will present theiu properly authentica
ted for settiebienr.
THOMAS G. WRIGHT,
JlJm'r. i
Nov. 20, 1857.
The Assessors
OF the several Townships of Bedford coun
ty, will meet at the Commissioners' Office,
on Monday, the 7th day of l)eoiuber, 1857', j
to receive their duplicates, instructions, Jjo
H. MOOD EMITS, Clerk.
Nor. 20, 1857.
"WANTED.
TWO Journeymen Tailors will Ins employed'
by the subscriber, if application be made "im
mediately, constant imployincnt and good
wages will be given. C. LOTER
Bedford, Dec. 12, 1856.
TFLLWKFIIMSR
DR. IlAUßl.at the Cheap Drug and Book
Store, has just received, a large assortment c f
the best flavoring extracts, together with Bak
tag So l*, Cream of Tartar. Saleratus, Ac., of
the very best quality, ail of which he a ill sell
ta* lowest prices.
Eur pimples, and wrinkles and freckles and
tun.
Nothing has e'er been discovered bv man,
Like that wosderful product of tropical bow
ers,
The popular-'Balm of a Thousand Flowers"
To be had at DJt. H ARR Y'S.
March 6.
i &fHITE TEETH and a perfumed breath can
▼ v be accquired by using the '-Balm of a
Thousand I lowers." To be had at
~ Kr DR. HARRY'S.
March 6, 1857.
A stbeseason for ehapped hands and facesls
XX coming on, we advise onr friends to call on
Dr. Harry, at the cheap Drug Store, and get a
box of Bazln s Amandine ft>r prevention and
cure of chapped hands, onir37| per box.
Physicians prescripUons carefully compound
ed, at all hours of the day or night, at D
Harry's, Drug Store.
"Clorthe Hair—Jockey Chib, and new mown
-1. hay, pomatums, gemflne ox marrow at Dr.
Harry's.
N EWAR E.—Cream Crocks, Milk
Crocks of all sizes; Butter Dishes,from
one to one and a half gallon Pitchers, all of
hicb are of best quality, for sale by
, .. A FERGUSON.
Bedford, Jin. 16,1856.
Great Attraction.
COLIN LOYER,
.Merchant Tailor,
TAKES this method of announcing to the
citizens of Bedford and vicinity, and strang
ers Visiting the place, that he has just received
-at ids old stand in Bedford, next door west of
tlie Bedford Hotel, the richest assortment of
Cloths. Ac., he has ever yet to the pub
lic. and to which he invites the attention cfpur
chasers, satisfied that he c>n accommodate, both
us to price and quality, all who favor him with a
call. He has a superior article of cloth, tor boy's
clothing, which nc can ie"-o l„w as to astonish
those who examine its quality.
KyGarments, of v cry cU.sc 1 tptiou, iu Ids line,
made to order on the shortest notice and most
reasonable terras.
U~Hs would direct attention to tiie following
list, as comprising some of tli* leading articles
to be found in his establishment:
Black Cloths, ranging in price from 5-2.54 to
$9,00 per yard';
Biue Cloths;
Olive Browns 8c Greens;
Black C'lsiinerj;
BUck JJoe-Skios,
I" ronch Fancy Ciiijaeretj
Linen IfrilHngs;
' Plain <jr Figured Grenadiens;
Superior article ot Black Satin;
Vehets;
Marseilles "festings;
Buff Cassijhercs.
A fine article of Shirts, latest stria.
Lisle Thread nuder Shirts $ Drawers
Cotton .. ~
Shirt collars latest style;
Lawn Cravats;
Black Silk • <
White Linen Handkerebieft;
Summer Stocks;
Superior a! ticlc of rroach Suspend,™-
Black Kid Gloves;
Fancy Co.ored Kid Gloves;
Silk a j
Lisle thread *
all ot ! J " articles usually kept by Merchant j
tailors and Gents' furnishing stores.
Bedford, Dec. 12, 1856.
The Lreat English Remedy,
Slit JAMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated Female Fills.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarke,
M. V , Physician Extraordinary lo the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing ia the
cure of al! those painful sud dangerous dis
eases to which the female constitution H sub
ject. It moderates all excess and removes all ,
obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied i
oh. I
TO llllHRIE!) LADIES
it is_peuMarly suited. It will,in a short rifco bring
on the monthly period with regularity. !
Each bottle, price One Doiiar, Mars the Gov- j
eminent Stamp of Great Britain.to prevent coun- !
tertcits. ' ,
C.A'U T I 0 N .
These p,lh should nut be taken by females du-
H g the FIRST THREE MOUTHS IfPrZanl
as they ere sure to brinp o Miscarriage, but at ana
other time they are safe. ,
In all case* of Nervous and Spinal Affections,'
i .nn in the Bacg and Limb*, Fatigue on slight ex- i
ertton, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, and i
IV lutes, these Pills will effi-ct a cure when all oth- !
er means have failed, and although a powerful rm
edy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or I
anything hurtful to the constitution. i
Full directions accompany each package
Sole Agent for the United States and Canada I
JOB MOSES,
(Late I. C. Baldwin 8c C 0.,) j
Rochester. N. Y. ;
N. u.— 5,1.00 ami 6 postage stamps enclosed i
to any authorized Agent, will iusuie a bottle j
of the Pills l>\ return mail.
Fcr sale by Dr. B. F. Harry.
Oct. 9 1857-zz.
THE SECRET LVI IKMITITA OF
YOUTH AND MATURITY,
Juil Published, Gratis, ike"2sl h Thousand. i
A FEW WORDS ON THE RATIONAL treat- |
mailt, without .Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or Loc.l j
Weakness, Nocturnal Emission*. Genital and .\>rv- i
otis Debility, Premature Decay cf the System. Iru- j
potency, ar i Impediments, to Marriage generallv
by B. DE LANEY. M. D. !
The iiu|ortsnt fact that the manv alarming i
comp aiuts, originating tlm imprudence and solitude !
of youth,may be easily removed WITHOUT MED- !
ICINE, is in this small tract, cleariv demonstrated;
and the entirely new and highly successful treat
ment, as adopted l.v ho Author, fallv explained,
by means of which evry one is enabled to cure HIM
SELI- perfectly and at the least possible cost,
thereby avoiding ail the advertised nostrums of the
day.
Sent to any address, gratis and post free in a '
sealed envelope, by remitting two postage stamps !
to Dr.DE LAXEY, 17, Lupenard Street, New
!<>rk.
Oov. U, 1857.
The most certain and rpeedy remedy ever discovered for
all Diseases the Chest and Lung* Coughs,
Colds, Jsihma, Consumption* Bj one hit is,
Injitenza. Hoarseness, FHficvlt
BreatAxm*. Sore Throat,
WAFERS piv* Hie reott in*taotanenu* tuatl
Verfeet
to ilimtioiM, Aril to #iTo-t a rapii aa- ~*tnft ear*.
fht>uß.vKlß tiiive been reMoro'ltn perfect health who !*▼• i
trie 1 other ir.Min* In rahi. To kHdawti and all ronAtitn
tir.na they are equally a blensinjr and a enre—none n*®
despair, m matter hn<r loajf tk> diyo-asr may have existul.
or however revere it nay 1*. t.roritled the organic
ture of th* vital otflfen* ia not decayed. Every
nuo adlirted *houM five them an impartial trial.
JHfl IfOSES, f*oie iSiffirietor V. Y.
Price '*!s cent* per ho* i
For sale by. Dr. B. F. Barry.
Sept. 18, 1857-zz. j
/ A RETIRED PIIISICIAX,
/ 75 lfears of Ace,
/ WHOSE sands of lift; bore nearly run out,
I discovered while in the East Indies, a cer
fl tain cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and general debility.
The remedy was discovered by him when his
only child, a, daughter, was given to die. He
had heard m-ich of the wonderful restorative
and healing qualities of preparations made from
the East India Hemp, and the thought occur
red to him that he might make a remedy lor
his child. He studied hard and succeeded in
realizing his wishes. Uis child was cured and
is now alive and well, lie has since adminis
tered the wonderful remedy to thousands of suf
fferers in all parts of the world, and he has
never failed in making them completely heal
thy and happy. Wishing to do as much good
as possible, he will send to .ih of his afflicted
lellow-beings as request it, this recipe, with full
and .explicit directions fbr making it up, and sue-
C6ttfmly using it. Me require each Applicant to
inclose him one shilling—three cents to be rotnnied
as postage on the recipe, nd the remainder
to be applied to the payment o? this advertise
ment.
Address Dr. H. JAJTES, NV 19 Grand St., I
Jersey City, .V.'j. /
Nov. 6, 1857,-Im. /
WALL and BLIND PAPER.—Dr! B. V.
Ilarry is our agent fot this necessary
article. By calling at fcig store, our patrons
Fll see samples of.yur papers. haremade
our spring selection* with much care, and think
we cannot fau to please. . *
SHRtOCK A SMITH,
Chimbrtb%rg.
DiHttS, BOOKS IXO STITIOXBUV.
DR. F. C. REAMER,
BEDFORD, PA.
' H A ,T ! n? T"^ h c a '" 1 thc * Dr,, M<i r S'ore
tbe C ° U ' ha,, conßti4 ntly o„ hand.
the d.i stand, a large and well selected stock
of_ choice.Drugs and Medicines, wholcak and re
f tall ' ,ll! of •*>"-* will be sold ou lair UZM The
| s.ssortmwnt cOitfbts in part of
■ Dr ?JS na 't m r h < WoOdt and Pair,/,
, , and Oils. Win,lter (,t„„ and Glats Wart 7 - o^,
CO and Seyars Perfumery, Funcy Articles, 6fC., br.
i Patcxt UrpicuiEs.—Having the regular aeenev
, , for the sale tf many of these me jkiuoe, JhcLul*-
I h?v H TTS d V* 1 ttM,y afe such as
I 1 r n T'lS7 of ,im " arid experience, ami
, c.in bi safely recommended as genuine, viz •
iounseuds and Sand's Sarsaparilla. Wislar'-,
PccfovaL
Jay lie s lawHy Medicines, Fahuntock s. Hotan
| Sffii??,
Constantly on hand a large stock of historic,
geogiajdjical. scientific. Religious, poetical,school
and miscellaneous BOOKS.
AUo a great variety of FANCY STATIOXE-
Fo*t and IVrapping Paper, of eVerv
qnaltt>, Eapi-r Hangings in great variety. Win
dow Blind*, in patterns or by the pieJe. V. dl
1 aper, bteel and Fancy Goods.
I BLANK BOOKS of every site and qunlifv.—
j Pocket Books Mid Port Monnrias, Diaries. Blank
j Deeds and Mortgages, gold Pens and Pencils
Combs, Brushes, Perfumery in great varietv
tooaps, bee., Atc. - '
Lamps, ai.d Campbine Oil and Burning Fluid,
Kept coustaiitly on band.
CHOICE LIQUORS for me!ial e*e; Wolff's
ocheidatu Schnapps, Gin, Port, Sherry and Ma
deira Wines.
Feb, 19, 1857.
<ilt and Retail Book Store.
; SOW OPE.VED TWO DOORS WEST
j OF THE WASUIXGTOA HOTEL,
BEDFORD, Pi.
I NEW AND VALUABLE BOOKS TO BE
DISPOSED OF IMMEDIATELY
Our Plan i s l 0 Insure a Rapid Sale.
ALL Books will be sfdd ?.s low as the usual
pyi' rt l ,' r of , I hem for k '" A SL '-
L.i J lK! dellver f l with each book.
Without additional expense to 'lie buyer. Our list
of hcoks comprises the works of the Ixist Amer
| ran and European auibors.boun.i in various stvles,
in Morocco, best Turkish, Antique, Gilt tdgetl,
I ?t' ke *r° u 1 " so '
i Q-, EH , T ' lnc iudmg Gqld Pens and Pencils.
Silver ditto, letter paper, fools-cap and writing
, paper of ail kinds, envelope?, inks of the ben
. quality. \c.
j Jewelry—P,reast-pins, Ear-rings, Finger-rings,
, or all descriptions; Watches and Chains. Port
, uionaes i Perfumeries. Children's Beits,' T..v
Cravats, Ac., tec.. fc c .
CIGARS of the choicest brands will also be
; found at our store, which will be sold cheaper
tnan tbe crmap^st.
o . c
j Bedford, Sept. 4, 1807.
TUSCARORA ACADEMY.
j SITUATED'in Juniata County, Pa., 8 milts
j from tbe Mifflr, and 6 miles from the Perns
viile Stations of the Pa.. R. Ro-d. This In
stitution is especially noted in the following pa--
| ticiilars: s *
- '- Healthy 1 ji';cv—buifdines nearly new—
: m the miast of hea.xifui seer cry.
| 2<i 1 !u- ctirro..in g mmiunnity ie mukCtl ft r
1 nlclliger.ee. morality, and high christian charac
ter.
JJ. Being M the COlL, dry, students are not be
set by temptations, as in towns and places of ;>ub
i tic resort.
j 4th. Tkorouzh Instruction is given in all the
j branches necessary for Busixess. for Teicuiso
; or for CoLtvoE.
i stii. Mild, but firm discipline.
C/.1. I iciosis studrnls are out relapsed.
7th. Special pains are taken in tbe Boarding
I Department to have healthy fooc, in mSuiieni
i quantity ami properly prtpartd.
Bth. Tlie comfort, happiness, and mental improrc
i mrtd of pupils is coristiuitly kept in vow.
i Term*. For Tuition, Boarding. Washing and
Fnrnished Room, (p>er session of 5 mo.) su,
i payable quarterly in adcauct. Light and Fuvi
extra. The Winter Session opens on the 2.1 ot
November next.
For further particulars apply to
J. H. SHUMAKEK A. M., Prin.
Academia, Juniata Co.. Pa.
Aug. 28, 1557.-3 m.
BEDFORD HOTEL
AND KMER.IL STAKE RFWCE.
r I>HE subscriber respectfully Iregs reave to an-
X nounce to his old friends an<t (be public gen
! orally, that he lias leased and *(ken possession of
j the Bedford Hotel, lately 1,1 tbe occupancy of
I Col. Adam Barnhart. tt is not his design to
! make many professions as tj wiiat he will do. but
i he pledges his vvni that his most energetic efforts
; will be employed ! ° render comfortable all who
! give him a ca'i- The house will be handsomelv
1 fitted up, a*d none hut careful and attentive ser
i vants wit' be engaged. Persons visiting the Bed -
! ford Springs, as well a;; those attending Court,
j and the traveling community generally, are re
spectfully invited to give him" a call and "judge for
themselves,
t 07" The stages all stop at this hotel,
j Boarders taken by the week, uionth or rear,
rn favorable terms.
1 K7" Ample and comfortable stabling is attached
to this hotel, which will always be attended by >
careful hostler. Also a safe and convenient car
riage house. JOHN IIAFKH.
Bedford, Apr,l 6, 1855.
Chairs aud C.abinet Furniture.
THE subscriber has removed to the shop on
West Pitt Street, recently occupied by Wm.
Kitchey as a Machine shop, where he continues
to make to order and keep on hand a general
assortment of chairs ami Cabinet furniture, con
sisting in part of Spring Seat i'arior Chair*.
French Rocking Chairs. Cane seat and Wind
sor, Sofas, Lounges. Ottomans, What-Xots, Mu
sic Stands, 1 ancy Parlor Tables, Breakfast, Din
ner, and Extension Tables, Bedsteads, Bureaus.
IV ardrobes, Ac. Snitt of cottage-fnrnifure at very
moderate prices, so that it is within the reach of
all to have nice, good and fashionable furniture.
The Ladies are particularly invited to call and
examine for themselves, as it will be my desire to
please all tastes.
N.B. Coffins will be male on the shortest
notice for any who will favor him with a call.
June 12,1857. ISAAC MEXGEL, Jr.
TO BUILDERS.
libe subscriber is fully prepared ts furnish any
quantity or qualify ot Building Lumber ant
Plastering La,os. Orrt'et-s directed to St. Clairs
villa, Bedford (Joaaty ~wi)l b, promptly attended
to, by giving a reasonable notice.
K. D. BEEGLK
Dee. 29, 1854.
Xfw Jewrlry.
THE subscriber hss opened out a new ..rJ
splondiJ assortment of all kinds cf ' je
most fashionable Jewelry—consisting in j-s'tut
Breast Pias, Ffnger Rings. Eur Rings, Ac. Ac-
Csil and see his stock. „
del* DANIEL BORPFR.
Country Physicians, can have theii orders
filled, with Ihe very licst articla*, at cj}?
priceß at Dr. Harry's Cheap Dnig Store, FBt
St.'Budford, Pcnn's „ •
0ct.81,1856. DR .8.F.1' ARuY.

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