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Xocal Aff.rr.':.
DIRECTORY. —Th* following is a director?
of the Officers of Bedford County and the
Borough of Bedford, of the Ministers of Bed
ford, and the time of meeting of the different
associations:
BEDFORD COCST* OFFICERS.
Preeidrut Judge —Una. Alex. King.
,4<ociute Judge* — Wß. G. Eichnltx and Geo.
TV. Gump.
Prothomotary, Regie lef and Recorder, —O.
K. f-bannmi.
IHetriet Attorney- E. F Kerr.
Treaturtr —lsaac Meugci.
Sheriff— Robert Sfeektr io.
Deputy Sheriff —Pfcilip tiarasard.
Deputy Surveyor -Sauiual ketterraan.
Commiriionert —Micb .el ?. Ritebey, David
H-iwsare. and P. M. Bart-.-. Clerk —John (5.
Kishor. Oehmerl —tohn IV. Ptckerson.
Drrret .rm of ~i>. K. Aslwies. Mictasl,
I>:eh:. end J. I. in, Steward Samuel
I'efit-aujh. Cnuueet— Kerr Clerk— T. R.
'ietlys. Trraeuier —Vt*i! iam Bowh s. Phyeician
—Or. F. C.
Auditor* —James Matting) v, John D. Luca.%
and S. Whip.
BOROtGH OFFICRBSi.
Burgee* —V. Steekman.
AMl ßurg*** A. f. m.
Codttfil—Thomas H. John Boor, A. \V.
J. M. Shoemaker, 1 itraai Lentfc actU T. R.
tiettys. Clerk —ll. Xicbucmu*. Treasurer —
John H. Rush.
Cnnetnble —Willtautt Gephart*
High Ctable —John Harris.
konl Director* —Joh Mann, S. L. Kusseli, T.
K. Gettva, Jacob Ree 1. John Cessna and 11. Nic
cde'rius. Secretary —J. W. Linge fcittr. Treat
urtr —T. R. JUys.
MryivrEßp.
Epieeopalian —Rev. Alfred J. Barrow.
Presbyterian —Rev. Y.. F. Wilson.
■Lutheran —Re*. J. Q. McAttee.
Hetkodiet —Rev. B. G. W. Rae i.
German Reformed —Kev. I) . Ileckerinan.
Human Catholic — Re*. Thomas Heyden.
ASSOCIATIONS.
Bedford L'tdye. No. 320. A. Y. M., intot on
tb first Wednesday <n or before foil mo vn.in the
Bedford Hall, ou the cirn of and Richard
streets.
Penet Rrnmrh Encampment, X . 114. I. O. O.
F. meets *>o the 6rsf and third Wednesday even
ing vi tacb uionth, in the Bedford Hall.
tiedj .rd Lutiq*. No. Iti2. I. O. 0. F., meets ev
ery Friday evening, in the Bet!ford Hall.
B'dfmrtl Lvhft, No. 14->, 1.0. G. T.. meets in
the Court House, on Moaday evening of each
week.
P -nt .V r>. 102. G. A. R. meets every Thursday
rvening, in the eeeood story >f Licgenfciters
Law BuiMiiig.
TO JU SI.NES.S H K.N'.
I'eeple from every part of the county buy more
or less in Bedford, therefore every husine.s man
who is wide awake and advertizes liberally wants
to reach a? many as possible ot the pen pie of the
county. The IjQrisiß has the largest circula
tion ol any wiper in Una county, and ia therefore
the beet advertising medium in the county. Bus
iness men can n-.te the fact.
Goon BOOK* can be had cheap at. the J.x
','CIRSK Book Store.
EPISCOPAL SERVICE On Thanksgiving day.
There will be a Service at the Court House
on Thanksgiving morning; service to com
mence at 10A o'clock.
AT a meeting of the friends ol the Cetne
tery Association on Tuesday Evening, it was
resolved to hold a festival for the benefit of
the association between Christmas and Xew
Year. We hope our citizens will encourage
the enterprise and make it a success.
THE adjourned court next week will fur
tiish an opportunity to many of our scbsct iber*
to call at the Ixqi'lEEK Office and settle the
little balance* on their subscriptions, adver
tising Ac. The items are small to them but
in the aggregate they make wiih us quite an
i'em toward paying paper bills, taxes Ac.
A man by the name of Isaac Thomas had
bo h his limbs cut off. near the ankle, by the
mail train west on Friday evening, near Ty
rone. Mr. Thomas was on. his way home to
Isett's forge, one and a half miles from Ty
rone. He was under the influence of liquor,
and was lying with his feet across the track at
the time of the accident. Mr. Thomas i*
about fifty eight years old. His family are
all grown up. He cannot recover. Altoona
Tribnne.
WINTER EVEMNCS —The long winter even
ings are upon us and no better use can be
made of them than to spend them in laying
up stores of useful knowledge. A good book
is a treasure and its study a delight. In it
are pleasure and profit found at the same lime.
The young can make no batter investment of
their spare money than in buying good books
nor can they better improve their leisure
hours than in reading them. The INQI IRER
Book Store is the place to buy good books
cheap. Call and examine them.
CESTERVH.I E. among the improvements
in Centerville, we take pleasure in noticing
the establishment of our friend D. li. An
derson. He has one of the finest a'or,- rooms
in tbe County, is a clever accommodating
gentleman aud is doing a very good business.
He is selling goods at very low figures and
has just received a large stock of all kinds
of school books from the INQUIRER BookStore
which he will sell very cheap for cash, Give
him a call before going elsewhere.
"DEMOREST'S MONTHHT."— The Christmas
number of this admirably conducted magazine
is oot. and is really a gem. Tbe fashions are
profue, the contents, literary and artistic, of
the highest class. There is a beautiful illus
trated Household department, music, and
each worth the cost of tbe magazine. We do
not see how any lady can afford to be without
it. It has. moreover, none of the frivolity of
the ordinary class of fashion magazines, but
much of the high tone, and sensible, practical
character of the best European Monthlies.
■ v .bscribe for it. S3 per year, with a pre
mium. Published at 473 Broadway, N. Y.
for sale at the INQI-IRER Book Store.
IT is not right for parents to send their
coiMreu to school when suffering from any
disease that may be communicated to others.
A e are informed that a number of persons
are sending their children to the union school
while suffering from wboopir.g cough. It is
certainly uutortuuate that children should
have the whooping cough and be kept out of
school, but it la still no excuse for sending them
and communicating the disease to tho whole
school. We hope the offending parties will
give the matter due consideration and see the
impropriety of their conduct, as well as tbe
wrong they do their neighbors by sending
their children to school while suffering from
such diseases as are in any way contagious.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. —OU Saturday lat
the Colfelt property, lately owned br Leak
Ling, in Bedford Township, was bonght by
John H. Shafer of Snake Spring Township,
for tbe sum of $9,300.
On Tuesday the 24th inst., Miss Margaret
Fetlerlj sold her house and lot on Ihe eorner
of Bedford and Pitt streets to Ex-Sheriff
bniwly of ScbelLburg for the sum of $2,300.
I.ast week Mr. John A Lip. sold the house j
SDd half lot, purchased by him at Orphans'
Court sale from the heirs of Mrs. Jane Kemn,
to Miss Byerly, for S9OO. Mrs. Catharine
Miller sold the adjoining half lot to the same,
for f 343,60.
WASTED— Bin;oATK.HABou.~It is a rare
thing now m days ib find a man master of his
trade, api •rentier- am uukrewo. A boy
vworks at a trade a monili and sets up a J out*
-net-man, and such journeymen! One call*
himself a carpenter and is scarce !y competent
to cut decent cord wood. Another calls him
self a mason wbn is barely fit to break stone
on a turn pike and other railings are mastered
in the same degree. A cabinet maker bungs
you home a piece of furniture, which on a
close examination ran be veCtV through at
every joint. Truly there > a serious defect
in our labor system that is felt tar and wide.
The following remark', from the Fhtlailelpltia
Evening Star will be found to apply to our
country villages as will as to the Urge cities;
it says: One of the great wants of our coun
try is educated labor, Ibe intelligent miitd
guiding the skilful baud. Tho field for this
is vast a> d still growing, and as cur papula
tion becomes larger, and the varied industries
in which we are engaged, find increasing em
ployment, this demand will become more and
more felt. We now are drawing from Europe
some of her best mechanics, who ttrfing with
their practical knowledge, minds thoroughly
trained in theory also, and wlro as)piy the re
sult of that thought to useful purposes. Such
men should find no lack of employment with
us at high wages, and we hope their number
will increase. Out own mechanics have noth
ing to fear from fhem, but by contact with
them will have their ideas enlarged, and their
knowledge increased. Many of these for
eigners are graduates of Schools of Applied
Science, and have sought this field of. labor
on account of its promising well for future
efforts, and also for poibipal fieedoiu, and
they should he errcOuTßgtd fo Settle here sutd
become citiaens with ua. And we too should
have thews metLantpai schco's, where our
youth, who give evidence of intelligence, ar.d
who desire CD becotne skilled mechanics, Could
receive Tnstructidfi to fit the'm for their trade. 1
By so doing we would. •> a tew tears, have
made such improvements 1 in aff our different
manufacture*, th.it, should the opponents of
a protective tariff ever succeed in their aims, ■
our skill would itself protect u. ft would be
better for thousands of the young men (XT bur '
country, who are spending too best years of
their lives as clerk", of in tio legitimate busi
ness at all, to apply themselves to acquiring a
!r d*. which would almost always give them
a gbr-d living: and stiH better would it he for
them to make that trail.- a study, and by
bringing the' powers of their mind to bear
upfin it in all their strength, to the
calling and thus benefit u. tost •> *a ami ttie
ocmmsnily.
IHIKOVB RAN liv*.\ixus.~Wfnb the return
of lengthened and pleasant cool evening =,
comes the query to all, how shall we best
improve them? There are a thousand plea
sant ways of spending a fall or winter even
ing within the reach of those who have com
mand of their own time: and profiiineirt among
these is indulgence in literary pursuits. How
few, comparatively 2 of the young people of
the pre*entday appreciate an they should th
inestimable privileges ihev enjoy? Surround
ed, as are *bi young. with all the opportuni
ties netfessary for the cultivation of a,literary
taste, not one in a thousand appears to im
prove these golden chances. Occasionally,
it is true, we mget wiifa a young man, or a
young woman, who firmly grasps the idea
that "knowledge is power," but these are
the exceptions, not the rule. Thousands of
young men, who have comfort aide homes —
whose Threats are willing to supply them
with books ami pßpers—-Mr,stead of availing
themselves nfthese 'advantages, spend their
long fall and winjer evening,-, in idle lonngings
around corners, or in company with frivolous
associates, malt, or female. Thus, winter
after winter passes away, each one bringing
them nearer to the Sg'e of manhood, but not
fitting them for the proper discharge; of the
duties that a full manhood require*. They
enter upon the bo-y stage of life with aone
of those saft-gua: ds which a cultivated intel
lect throws around its possessor.. They start
life laboring tinder a thousand disadvantages.
ar.d confronted by innumerable obstacles
which disappear like shadowe* before the
well informed mind. The fact hat they do
not contemplate adopting a professional ca
reer does not in any degree relieve them from
the charge ot being untrue to tho;u*iTves,
their friends, at d their country, -while thus
frittering away the' most precious* fii-iir's of
their lives in idle indifference, and too fre
quently in the company of those associates
with whom, is contamination. How many of
them wili resolve ta tjura over a new leaf, ai d
improve the long evening*?— Exchange.
CONVICTED. Henry Bear a resident of St.
Clair Town?hip, was last we'-k convicted of
fraudulent voting and sentenced to three
months imprisonment in the county jail and a
tine of fifty dollars. His offence was voting
twice, once in Napier township and afterward
in St. Clair. He -eems to have been intoxi
cated and made the* tool of certain over zeal
ous copperhead'. but it dMn't save Seymour
nor Kitnmell either. We hope when the
real ,offen-Jers and responsible parties in the
case are fbnnd that they may get the full
benefit of the law. There is no greater
danger threatening our free institutions today
than the frauds perpetrated at the ballot box,
aad wherever the instigators Of stich crimes
are found they should be much r iOre severe'y
punished than their ignorant dopes. Quite a
number of fraudulent copperhead voles were
polled at the hst election and we hope every
one of the offenders may be made to feel the
rigors of the law.
THE ATLAXTIC. —The Atlantic for Decem
ber has the following articles; "Our Paint
ers," by Julie N**al; "Autumnal;" ' Caleb'#
Lark." by Mrs. Jane G. Austen; "The Face
in the Glass.' Part IV.; "Richard Hooker,"
by E. P. Whipple: "Co operative Housekeep
ing," second paper; "A Watch in the N r; ght."'
l.y Algernon Charles Swinburne.; "A Day at
a Consulate," by O. M. Spencer; "A Gothic
Capita!," by Theodore Bacon; "Our Paris
Letter,'' "The First and the Last," by Ed
ward E. Hale.
Mr. Nsale's paper gives us aneciofesabout
Si.ut.rt, Peate, Jarvis and other painters. The
essay of Mr. Whipple does justice to Hooker,
au<i is pleasantly written. The experie-jce of
an American Consul abroad Is amusingly
described bj Mr. Spencer. The chapter on
Co operative Housekeeping is fhe last of the
series, aud gives a constitution for the gov
ernment of co-(x'raiivt enterprises. Mr.
: Swinburne's new poetn isgood after his fa-h
ion. which is a peculiar one.
DKES KILLED. —Mr. Zachariab Koons of
Bedford, township, ki.ied a fint deer on Satur
day last. Quite a number of onr sportsmen
embraced the opportunity offered by the first
snow fot- a deer huat. We have heard cf'
a couple more deer being killed, hut have
not learned the names of the lucky sportsmen.
Most of the tiunters, however, retnrned mi
nus the Mine host of the Washington
Hotel intent upon bagging some at ihe deni
zens of the forrest. sallied out on Saturday
morning, but after a long drive and a long
! walk throngh snow fifteen inches deep con
i eluded to ret satisfied with the nearest ap
proach he could find to a deer —its track.
May better Success attend hitn next time.
OcR YotiXO FOLK'S. — Filled with fine en
graving-. with graceful stories, with beautiful
poems, is the gem of the juvenile monthlies.
Among the artists in the December number
are S. Eytinge. dr.. W. J. Hennesvy, W. J.
Linton and W, L. Sheppard. The poets are
Mrs. H. P. Spofiard and William Winter.
The story tellers, J. H. A. Bone, Mary N. |
Prescott, and the author ot "Leslie Goldtb
waile." What magazine tor adults has a
brighiet' array of t, -lent?
THE NEW FOOR HOUSE JK A MCDDLE —
The County Commissioners, the Grand Jury
and the indues of our Court are ail at logger
'heads about th- proposed new Fduf House,
1 he Commissioners it seems have determin
ed to build the new Hobs*, below the Mill
r.ioe ou tb opposite side of the turnpike
fYom the mill and immediately behind the
present Poor H.,use garden. In this location
it is qy'rte likely that jf it does get out of tho
present muddle it is destined for all future
time to stick in the mud. This is one very
serious objection to building in the spot se
lected. Another objection is that the plan
on which they propose to build was designed
tor an elevated site instead of alow flat one,
and the third and Ivy no means the least i
that in case it is found advisable to divide the
present property and 1! a portion including
the mill, the proximity of the Aims house
would seriously impair the value of the mill
property. None of these objections eat-, be
urged against the site selected by the Archi
tect. It is understood thai the Judges favor
the original site beyond Shover'e Run on the
hillside, whilt the last Grand Jury favored
the purchase of the property of William
Cheuowith at thoprice of $30,000. Thus
the matter stands at present. Tho work
on the foundation of the \ reposed buil
ding we beiieve has been stopped lor the
winter. Wottld it n.t)t have been better to
adopt our proposition to appoint a mixed
Committee of good men from various parts Of
the county, who should have the whole
charge of the building including plan, site
and everything else Connected with the erec
tion of the building. However the mattrt
may be finally setth- I we hope the building
may be got out of the mud. It would be a
lasting disgrace to the County to expend
s*o,ooo or $40,400 to erect a building below
the mill race where the grounds could never
be made or kept dry.
Hxr.i KK's Msu-UUKK.—The December
; number of Hitrpcr'e Magazin-t is more than
usually attractive in the excellence and oum
, ber of its iliustrations. t v e have rarely seen
i liner illustrations. in Wood, than are given to
i Mr. fyherwood's "Pilgrimage upon the
i Rhine." Tbee illustrations are by Chart.-*
Parsons, and include views of B -•••-. the
Castles of Pfalz and Gertenfvl . "urenbreit
stein, the DrancbenfsTs, and other romantic
spots; the poetry'a d-s i,-trve and pleasant
enough. BAM Browne contributes the third
and last of his sketchy series of paper? on
j 'Lower California." A t* series of papers
1 —"South Coast Smuulerings in England'*—is
| begun in tbis'nember. The writer is sharp
j witted and sagacious, and the papers will be
read with pleasure and profit: they areamph
. illustrated. An admirable sketch of the
i artist Elliott's accompanied by a ; -rtrait, is
from the pen of a personal friend, who dwells
lovingly upon the phases of Elliott's cbarac
, ler, and gives a just estimate of his genius.
I The whole-of Bnlwer's new play. "The
Rightful Heir," uj pear- in this number of
Harper's. Mr, J. W. Do Forest has "A He
| port of Outrages." descriptive of scenes which
be witnessed while acting a? art officer of the
Frtasdunen'g Bureau in the-South: and there is
the usual variety of tales, sketches and
poems; "The Confessions of a Reformed
PUucUettut," "A Stroke of Business."
•'Trinity Season," "The Wiieheu of Hazel
copse, "English Photographs." "The Men
i Whom Everybody Snubbed," and others.
BiLtoc'a Mosrstr MAGAZINE. —The De
| ceruber number of this popular Magazine is
received. We find it filled with that charm
;ng variety of illustration ar.d interesting letter
press so well calculated to keep it at the head
: of the cheap Magazines of the country. Shil
: laber treats us to one of his mo.-t musical
illustrated poems, "A Woman's Error:"
William L. Williams gives the young folks an
evclttingsory. while .lane O. Austin, James
franklin Fit's Ca'hsyine Earnshatr, W. 11.
Muey, N. P. Darling and several other writ ers
of more or less note furnish each a capital
story or poem. The humorous pictures are
uncommonly good, embracing four different
subjects, illustrated by six engravings design
ed by Roger*.
! The publishers announce for 160 a n*.-w
j serial by iLe charming Miss Camilla Williams,
I also an Original story lor boys and girls, to
run through the year, by Horatio Alger, Jr..
| one of the most popular writers-for the yourg.
Tliey also promise increased attractions iu
stories and illustrations, for the c tiling v< ar.
over tbee of any previous one. It is sent
to subscriber® at -I-1.50 per year, or in duo#
; ior 5-1 2j. Elliott, Thomas A Talbot, I'ub
[ iishers, Boston, Mass.
A NKW PAPER. —Pettengill, Bales J Co., |
will ;.-suo on or before January neat, the first ,
number of a Rural and Family Paper—to be
published thereafter Weekly, and to be de
voted to ail that pertains to Country Life in
its broadest sense. It will not be partisan or
sectarian. It will be called Heaiih audi
Hume, and will be under the general Editorial
charge of Mr. Dotia'd G. Mitchell; while its
Home and Fireside Departments will he sub
ject to the supervision of Mrs. Harriet lbech
t-r Stow e. who trill also contribute regularly
to every number, , A large oorp-s of associate
Editors, of high reputation in their special :
departments, has been enlisted in support, of
this enterprise: and no labor or expense will
be spared to make the paper—iu subject
matter as we'll us i'luetraliou—worthy of a
place in every ho i-rhn!d it> 'he 'and.
THE EoteoT ••—For December contains:
He knew he was Right. Chaps. 1 to VI; On
a Piece chalk: Folk Lore of the Red Man;
Load Brougham; News from Sirius; The
Incas (Concluded K Lady Novelists; Phe
nomena of F.artbrjnakes: Ajaccio; Failure of
Natural Selection in the Case of Man; Dean
MilmAh; Old Girls; Barou Von Benst; Poe
try; Notes on Books; Science; Varieties.
Ternis erf thai' Eclectic. Single topie". 46
cents; one copy, one year, *.5,00; two copies,
one year, 53.00; five copies, one year $20.00
Address E. R. Pelton, Publisher, 108 Fulton
Street New York,
THE work on the several buildings, in pro
cess of erection and the street grading
iu the borough, was suddenly stopped
on Friday and Saturday last, on ac
count of the snow storm : the people began
to fear that further improvements would be
deferred till spring, but with Monday morn
ing, old iS</( came with a favorable change of
programme, aiid now things are moving along
as though nothing had marred their progress.
A few weeks more and all is safe.
THE LITTLE PH ORIM. —Thi- sprightly little
Juvenile has donned a new buff "overcoat,"
and what is better keeps op its reputation as
one of tbe best Children's monthlies issued
from the press. GRACE GREENWOOD, the
popular juvenile writer, is tbe editor and
writes exclusively for its pages. The pub
lisher rffrs libera! premiums for 1569, and
will send a specimen number graiis to any
peison desiring it. Seventy-five cents a year:
5 copies for $3.50; L. K. Ltm: SCOTT. pub
lisher. 319 Walnut street, Puiludelpbia.
THOSE wishing to buy real estate, should
attend the sale, in St. Clair tp., on Saturday,
December 12, 1:-'G8, advertised by J. W.
Dickerson, Esq., in this issue. This property
is one of ihe most desirable and valuable in
that part of the county. The water right ex
tending clear across the farm to ihe Alstadt
line, cannot be excelled and is daily becom
ing more valuable. The farm needs only to
be well filled to become one of the most pro
ductive in the county.
PjM'eu Flour and Buckwheat sacks c V
atantly in store and for sale by.
BM. G. R. OSTER 4 Co.
Boy Locked Up if Cui kch. —Last even
tag a !i:tle after nine o'clock the attention ot
Chief of Police Cline was attracted by cries
of "murder," proheHhng froth the vseihify of?
the Locust Street M. E. Church. Upon going
into the yard in the rear of the Mayor s office
he noticed a young lad, named \V iliiam Buls
ley, at one of Hie windows ot the church in
the act of jumping out. Chief Cline told him
not to jump, and that he would get hint out.
He then gained ac entrance to the church
through one of the basement windows, and
succeeded ui getting into the audience cham
ber of the chuich, where he found the hoy.
The tad had evidently gone to sleep during
the aervice, and not being noticed was left in
the building. He com phoned of pain in his
hip, and upon being asked how be had injured
himself replied that he had fallen frflm the
gallery to the floor of the church in his sleep.
His hat was found on the gallery. He was
exceedingly rejoiced upon being released from
his unpleasant position. Ws have been in
formed that the injury to his hip caused him
considerable pain during the night. V. e hope
he may speedily recover from the effects of
the fall — llarrialvrj Telegraph.
PlnaoNAU—(J. W. Cessna and T. B. Cetv
ua, of Bedford county. Pa, aid brothers of
the Hon. John Cessna, member of Congress
elect, from the listb district of Pennsylvania,
are in the oily. They are much pleased with
the business like appearance of Kansas City
and think of investing before thev leave.
Mr. U'ta. Whip, of Bedford county Pa.. i*
also paying a living visit to voir city.—Kansas
City Evening Bulletin Nov. lGib.
tjuite a number of Bedford CiAinty folks
have already aetll, 1 in Kansas City arid others
seem to be attracted to the place as one ol
great promise for the futnre. Otlr former
friend and fellow citizen, Hon. 0. IV. House
holder, has been in business there for two or
three years. He is now one of the editors of
the Kansas Cifv Bi'ening Bulletin, a flourish
ing daily paper nearly the size of thy Phila
delphia Press. Judging from its appearance.
Kansas City must be a good place for print
era. May success attend all Bedford county
emigrants, who make their homes in Kansas
City.
THE SNOW STOHM. —Thursday last was a
bright Sunshiny day and to the inexperienc
ed in the freaks ot the weather clerk gave no
sign oftbe approaching storm. until toward
evening. But to the qreatbcr wise, even
white the sun was brightly shining, a Laii
nesa in the north and west and an array of
fleecy looking clouds gave signE of brewing
mischief, or rather snow. The sun "sank
from sight before it set'" and before midnight
the fleecy flakes came fl tting down and
morning found old mother earth enveloped in
a veritable winding sheet of snow. All day
Friday. Friday night and Saturday the "hoary
meteor fell" bntalus'. the thawing and the
mud and slush look ail the poetry dat of 'car
tirst snow. When the snow finally ceased to
fall the depth varied from Bto 16 inches. In
the neighborhood of the town where it con
tinued thawing as long as it fell, it was not
more than 8 or 4 inches. On Running's
mountain some six or seveu miles from Bed
ford it measured fifietn inches on Saturday
afternoon.
THE PITTTTBCRGH FEMALE COLLEGE —ls
closing a prosperous Fall Term. YouDg
ladies, representing nearly one-third ot the
States in the Union, are present, and the
boarding department is so full that there are
but four vacancies. The buildings are
thoroughly furnished and fitted tip in good
style. Every department is supplied with
able and accomplished teachers, 3tnottnfing
in all ty upwards of twenty. In all the
facilities for obtaining a thorough, solid and
ornamental education, the college has no
rival in the State, and but few in the VuioD.
The Winter lerm commences December 6.
We most heartily commeud the College to all
who have daughters to educate, and who de
sire for ihem thorough culture, combined with
careful oversight and the influences of a
Christian home. Send to the President,
Rev. I. C. Pershing, Pittsburgh, for a ca!a
logue.
IICKTIXG EYTSAOBUIKAITV.— One of the
greatest hunting exploits that has taken place
for many years in this country, came off on
Thursday night last iu Decatur township.
The St roup boys, with their dogs, ataiteda
coon hunt that night, and after having bagged
one coon mid one fox, the dogs treed more
important game. On coming up to the spot
no less than four Bears were found on one tree.
The she bear was Prst shot 'hmug the upper
part of the bead, hut did uot fail: a Retortd
shot through the heart however brought her
down. Two of the Cubs wt re then killed
with the rifle, after which the third cub came
down and attacked the dogs, but the canines
were to much for it and killed it. The old
bear weighted something over 220 lbs., and
each of the cubs from 10' to V<. —Ltiristoxr n
Gazette.
IT is now settled beyond doubt that Cham
bershurg will have the Female College : he
organized under the care of the Carlisle Prea
bytery, and not Carlisle as the iVess a few
days since observed. The property of Cul.
A. K. M'Ciute was purchased for this pur
pose on Wednesday lust, for the sum of $45.-
To the liberal donation of ASO.f,<"?
ms.de by Miss Wilson, the contributions of
some of oar worthy citizens, and the untiring
energy ot' Dr. Edwards, of Hugerstown, do
we owe the location of this institution in our
midst. As we have said before, it will be of
great benefit to our business men ar,d the
community generally. fYqnklin Repository.
IMA KK era.
PHiIJiDtI.PHIA. Vov. 23.—The l! ur market
is dlAl to day, but prices are well so-'ained.
The demand is conflried to the wants of the
home consumers, who purchased 500 barrels
at $5 5G< 0 -jo for superfine: 75(Vr. 7 00 for
extras: $7 25f> 825 f r spring wh -.t extra
family: $8 7of" II for Fenna. and Ohio do.,
and $11(;I 13 for fancy brands according to
quality. Uye :s selling at $7 50' : g (up A," O
change to notice in C"iu uieal.
The wheat market presents no new fea
tures, the inquiry being most for prime lots,
which are in str.ad supply: esles ot I,OQO
Lu.-hels fair red at .■?! ''Of' 2, and 1,000 bush
els amber at 2 15. Rye is unchanged; sales
of 500 bushels prime Westarn at 8,1 52f 1 5-5.
Corn attracts some little attention: sales of
old yellow at SI 20t" 1 25. 500 bushels new
do., at 81. and Western mixed at 81 24 in
advance. 1 tats move slowly at lormer rates:
sales of Western at 68(o 70c. There is no
change to notice in barley or malt. Whiskey
sells at $1 08fr 110 *P sallon, tax paid.
I ou map be too lute.
B- ware :*l to tin e. Disease* like lodigeson
ami Bypepsia arc not to be trifled with. These
is such a thing as being too 1.-ttt in Ibew matters.
Inflamation, or Schir.hus Cancer, or Sonne other
dangerous disease usay ensne, when ail rest -a
tives, no matter how potent, would be ineffectual.
Do not delay then. When the Dys
j epsia aro first experienced retk.it at nee to the
great restorative medicine, HOS TETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS, and you will l,e safe.
But few disorders involve greater suffering. and,
if not in itself immediately dangerous, it is tie
source of mary deadly maladies. Eren if it did
not tend to greater evil, the men'al apd physical
ni!.-ery it jir.. alone a suffi lent reason why
no pains should be ared to prevtnfor . ure it.
In no country on the face of the gftlbe h it so
completely durnest.;atcd as in our own. where it
is found in nearly every household, llostetccr's
Stomach Bitters are universally conceded to be
the sovereign remedy f r this annoying .disease'
as they act directly upon the digestive organ',
correct and tone the stomach, and give renewed
vitality to the system. Acting delightfully wpen
the nerves and soothing the brain, rendeis them
efficacious as a mental medicine, as well as a go
nial stomachic. If taken as a preventive, they
will ho found particularly well suited to the dis
eases ariMßg fr.-m the unh'sftby season of au
tumn, and their use will prevent the creeping, un
pleasant sensation often complained of when the
chills ate stealing slowly upon tbo patient !ra
|Uml is minis.
All a irerttaemcaw, except public pad*
iegaJ will icaertcJ three wombs * id*
fbsrged accordingly unices otherwise ordered.
I)l.BLU —The following described
I prcrpprtv wIU *oM on tne premises, <<n
SATt'KDAV, DECEMBER J2tb, \m;
027 B TRACT eontxiaing 2A2 teres, with good
fcg batii-e and bam thereon: aDo a good &AW
MTLIe, wor*a a rental of S2OO jcr anauur. Ab 'it
bait this tract ia excellent bottom aui the balance
af lan l. About U'O a re* ure cleared, wcii feneed,
and in a good state cultivation; balance weil
timber* i. n whole tract is well watered, tad
w situate on DnnDiKp's creek, in £t. Clair tp!, ad
joining !ul of John Alst.ldt, Jacob Andrews
and .Itcftb Berkley. The mill and farm wili be
sold eej'irately, or togvober, to suit parchaeerw.
Bale? td commence at f o'clock p. ot., of said day
when the teriM will be made known.
SON,
Attorney at-Law
sJnovit Bedford. Pa.
OBBT X S '
E LE G T tt I(' B OO T i'OLI.< 11
make* a lasting shine,
Those who blact their boots on Saturday
urday night with ordinary blacking, don't
have much .bine on Sunday, as the polish
fades "flf: nut the shine of
I 00BINS' BLACKING
Last* ■ < aturmay night a net alt day Sunday.
IT BEATS AN r Y OTHER BLACKING
MADE
Manufactured only by J. B. Dobbins, at
hi* immense Soapand lilac-king Works, Sixth
street and Gennnotown avenue, Philadelphia,
Pa- 27itov"tn
For sale l,y T. M. Ltscu, Bedford.
PUBLIC SALE OT
I HEAL ESTATE.
The subscriber, under an order of the Or
phans' Court of Bedford County, sill offer at
public sale. on the premises, in Union town
ship, en MONDAY, ii> 2Ut of December,
next. A TRACT OF LAND. being part of
the real estate of the late John Gochenour,
dee d, containing 12 acres aud 118 perches,
net. measure, and adjoining lands of Thomas
C. Reighard. Dr. Shoenberger's heirs, and
Other lands of said Decedent
The land is all cleared and in cultivation,
having on it a good apple orchard, grapes
and other fruits. The improvements are a
log dwelling h use, a log stable, with running
waier near the honse.
The place will make a pleasant and com
fortable home for a family not desiring much
land.
'1 HUME— One tbird of the purchase money
to remain in the land for the use ol the widow,
the balance cash.
Grain in the ground reserved.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock P. m.
MOSES R. GOCHENOUR,
27novts Trustee.
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properly sustained in their efforts to establish
confidence in the stability of our institution",
renewed activity in all its branches of indus
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fellowship with all the people of our common
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S ALE OF OH. STOCK.—The Board • f Dir'eo
tura of the Hoover and Marshal Oil Company
possad the feMawiag preamble and revelation on
the 4th day of November A. D. 1388; vis:
V,' HE it HAS an assessment of four eralsper share
was made by a resolution of the Board of Direc
tors on tbe-tih day of October, iStt.>, ami a nr ru
ber of the st. .kholders tailed to pay said assess
ment; an l whereas the Secretary, by a resolution
pass* d the I Ith day ot Mepch, 1858, was directed,
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~dd. as provided for in the act of Assembly tin
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rcted to advertise the stcck of the said j
stockholders for sale al the Court House in Bed
ford Borough, an the litih day of lit-:otn ar A. D.
1863, aceqrdiug to the provision of the Aat of As
sembly.
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pursuance of the abov- Resolution offers tor sale
at Public Auction, at the Court House, in Bedford,
on the 16th day • f December, A P. ISA?. at 2 o'-
nfock P.M.. alt the t k of doliojueat stoak
bolderi in sa.d Roovar A Marshal oil Company.
11. MCODKMCS, Treas.
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Accom 31 ail. Acconi M ail.
P. M A. M. ) FkJM.
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11.21 Hopewell, 2.09
11.39 Piper's Run, 1.49
12.00 Talesville. 1.23
12.12 Bloody Run, ; 1.15
AR 12.18 Mount Dallas. CEI.IB
__ _ • 1 :
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6.50 11.20 Crawford, 7.05 2.10
AR7.00 AR 11.30 Dudley. LE 6.55 LE2.00
Broad Top Citv.
Sept. It!, '6B. JOHN M'KILLIPS, Supt.
J IST OF CACSES put down fur November
J Adjourned Oourt (30th day.)
Win Rogers vs Riddlcsburg Coal A I Co.
David lieidler vs 11. d* R. M. R. R. A C. Co.
RiJdleaborg C A 1 Co. vs Broadtop C. i I. Co.
rnmott Walter et a! vs Jos. Helsel et al
I'redalin Smith et al vs Jno Cavender et al
| Peter H Uawn v? Rudolph Hoover et al
•Simon Walter et al vs Jno Boyer et el
Sophia Hook et al vs Thomas lirowdon et al
Michael Ritcbey vs S S Fluck
P J Shoemaker's Exrs. vs Jonathan Bowser
John Cessna vs • Same
J. -. Garticle vs Abraham Garliek.
Henry Bridenthal vs Riehard llailett
Wells 4 Ilogue vs Thomas Johns
II -der S. Barclay et al vs Wm Hoffman
Val. Steekman's Committee vs Dan'l Harsbberger
Isaac L. Ickes vs G. T McCormick et al
R, tij. IV. Garretson vs. tieo. Troutman
J Griffith vs Jos. O. Blackburn
Isaac F. Grove vs Wm Sumner A Co.
7! hat! Kitchey vs Homer Nek-e.
11 \V Garretson vs Fuitip Little et al
Mary Ann Hammond vs. William Koonti,
David Over vs G. W Rupp et all
A 11 i rainer v Co. vs 0. E. Shannon,
Th f, s Growaon vs Arch lllair et al
Same vs Mary Wigfield et al
Solomon B irk en vs Moses Dicken's Exrs.
Certified, NOT. 2, 1868.
6 no 0. E. SHANNON, Prot
N OTICE TO TRESSPASSERS.—Notice is
hereby given, by the undersigned, to all per
sons, not to tresspass on any of their respective
properties, or any property in their care or pos
se-.-ion, by lease or otherwise, by hunting, fishing,
pilfering, or in any manner whatever, as (if
caught J they will be pr osecuted to the fullest ex
tent of the iaw, without respect to person. Any
person or persons caught on any of the above
named properties, with gun, dugs, game, or any
thing pertaining to tresspass, shall be taken as
evidence.
Thomas Rose, sr., Daniel Swaruwelter, Jacob
Rennell, John l'ennell, Isaac Blankley, P. 1.
Re linger, Geo. W. chafer, Joseph Morse, B. B.
Steekmar, H. J. Means, G. W. Means, Jonathan
Perin, A. J. Steckman A B. F. l'enne'.l, D. F.
Means, John Morris. ISsepSra*
\\r I X I) 0 W S ASH!
>\ WINDOW SASH!
I have e-tablisbed an agency for the sale of
WINDOW SASH and PANEL DOORS,
at JOHN DAVIDSON'S, in Bedford, where per
aons can at all limes be supplied with the differ
ent sites now in use, or by sending their orders to
me at Shanksville, Somerset county, Pa., they
will receive prompt attention.
JOSIAH J. WALKER.
May 2Jk6tn
/ \ITEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
For doing a family washing in the best and
cheapest manner, Guaranteed equal to any in
the world ! Has all the strength of old rosin soap
with the mild and lathering qualities of genuine
1 Castile. Trv this splendid Soap. Sold by the
\LDEN CHEMICAL WORKS, 48 North Front
Street, Philadelphia. 4seplyr
E VERY THING in the BOOK and STATION
ERY line for sale et the Inquirer Book Store.
to 1 Estate.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Bedford county, the undersigned will offer at pub
lic sale, on the premises, on FRTDAY", 18th day
of DECEMBER 1863, the following valuable
Real Estate, viz: A TRACT OF LAND in Juni
ata township, adjoining lands of Francis Hainan,
George Walker, John Lutnan, and David Harrier,
containing 109 acres, neat measure, about 100
ecres. cleared and under fence, about 13 acres of
which ia good meadow. The improvement* are a
story and a half LOG HOI.SE, spring house,
double log barn, and otber necessary buildings.
Also, an apple orrLard thereon.
Also, the one undivided half of the following
described tract of land, adjoining lands of Fran
cis Human, David Harrier and David Shroger,
containing 70 acres, neut measure, having a saw
mill thereon erected.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock of 9aid day.
NATHANIEL KEUG, Trustee
For the sa/e of the Rta/Estate of John Kegg.
dee'd. 20nov4t
PUBLIC SALE OF
1 VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
By viriue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Bedford county, there will be sold at public out
cry, on the premises, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER
ilth, 1868, all the following described real estate,
situate in West Providence tp., late the property
of Join Riley, deceased, adjoining lands of Lewis
Piper, Win. Latta, Thomas Rilchey and others,
consisting ot a inrm of two hundred acres, more
or less, about 12U acres cleared and under fence
and in a high state of cultivation, the balance be
ing the most valuable limber 'and in this section.
There is a two story log bouse, doable log barn,
and other out-buildiogs on the premises. This
property i* well watered, and there is a never
failing spring at the door. It cont. iis a good ap
ple orchard: also a fine peach orchard. Rare in
ducements are here offered to purchasers.
TERMS: sln 0 at confirmation of sale, balance
to remain in the property until April Ist, 1H74,
interest thereon payable annually to the widow.
Sale to commence at II o'clock of said dav.
BKCKCCA A. RILEY,
JACOB E. RILEY,
J. A. G; Mr, Auet'r. fJUnoitj Executors.
ALU ABLE TRACTS OF
L A N D FOR S A LE .
The subscribers offer at private sale the follow
ing valuable tracts of land, vis:
No. 1. The undivided half of a tract of land,
containing 227 acres, situate on the south-east
side of the Broad Top Mountain, lying partly in
Bedford and partly in Fulton county, and ad
orning lands jo Samuel Danner, James Brin
: hurst and Wishart's heirs. TWO VEINS OF
COAL, one 5J feet, the other OJ feet in depth have
been discovered on this tract.
No. 2. A tract 0f230 acres near the above, ad
joining the same lands, an l supposed to contain
the same veins of coal.
No. 3. A traet of 400 acres, witbin two and a
half miles of the above tracts, lying on the North
side of the Harbor across the mountain, wet! Tim
bercd with oak and pine.
May 3,-tf. JOHN LI'TZ.
| AT PRIVATE SALE.
i .1 RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A
HOME.
The subscribers will sell a number of lots ad
joining the CHALYBEATE SPRINO FROP
EPiTY in Bedford township,
AT VERY LOB* PRICES.
On two of them dwelling houses have already
been erected. This is a splendid opportunity to
buy a cheap and most desirable home, as the lots
lie immediately opposite the Chalybeate Spr icg
Park, on the road, and not more than 120 yards
from the Spring, at the following low prices:
1. One-half acre lot with dwelling house and
other out-buildings, garden and fruit trees, and
the beet of water convenient, at S7OO, cash.
2. llali-acre lot SIBO, cash.
3. ITalf acre lot SIBO, cash,
i 4. Half acre lot SIBO, cash.
5 and 6. Half acre lota with dwelling house,
brick yard, garden and fruit trees thereon for
$350, cash.
7. Contains three acres covered with fruit
trees, and in a good state of cultivation, adjoin
ing the above lota, for S6OO, cash.
Any person desiring to buy a hcine, a few
yards out of Bedford, will fiod this offer worth
serious consideration.
JOHN LUTZ,
mayS.tf Real Estate Agent, Bedford, Pa.
OR SALE OR TRADE.
FIVE lots of ground in Bedford, 80 by 240,
formerly part of the Lyons' estate,
Two lots in the City of Omaha Nebraska.
Two tracts of 160 acres each within three milts
of a depot on the Pacific Rail Road back of Oma- 1
ha.
First t-ct of bottom lands timbered and prarie |
two miles from Omaha City.
One third of 7,080 acres in Fulton Cc unty Pa., j
including valuable Ore, mineral and timber lands i
near Fort Littleton.
Over 4,000 acres of valuable ore, coal and tim- |
ber lands in West Virginia.
ALSO, A lot of ground (about one acre) at ;
Willow Tree, in -make Spring Township, on
Cbambers'ourg and Bedford Turnpike, three miles i
East of Bedford, with frame dwelling house, j
cooper shop, stable, Ac. thereon erected.
ALSO, Twenty-five one acre lots, adjoining the i
Borough of Bedford, with lime stone rook for j
kiln or quarry on the upper end of each.
Alao, 320 acres of land in Woodbury CO., lowa.
320 acres in Reynolds CO., Missouri.
431) "* " Shannon " "
270J " " Bollinger " "
80 " " Franklin lowa.
109 acres adjoining Bedford, with house, barn,
Ac., known as the "Amos farm.''
0. E. SHANNON,
June 21,-tf Bedford, Pennbr.
A FINE FARM FOR SALE IX DITCH
CORNER!
NOW IS THE TIME TO Bl'Y CHEAP!
The subscribers will sell ali that fine farm in
Bedford township, containing 180 acres, 95 ef
which are cleared and under excellent fence, and j
the balance, 95 acres, well timbered, adjoining ■
lands of Charles Helssl, John Sehnebly and oth
ers. The buildings are a two and a half story ]
LOO HOUSE and BANK BARN, with other
out-buildings thereon ere- ted. Water ir. every
field, with an excellent Saw Mill seat. A splen
did apple crcharJ also thereon. l*rice $ iOOO.
TERMS: One third in hand and the balance in
three annual payments with interest.
JOHN LCTZ.
June 21, 1887:tf Real Estate Agent.
\ BARGAIN I —A Farm of 12" acres one
mile northeast of Bedford, with 80 acres
cleared, balance in good timber. 20 acres re
cently limed, 2o acres of tine clover sod, two
never-failing springs and an abundance of
other running wate-, a good fruit orchard,
new bscn, log house and well
adapted to grazing or grain growing, will be
soled at a bargain 1 } Enquire of
JOHN S. SPRGAT,
or J. W. DICKERSOX,
novldJm Bedford, Fa.
TIOR SALE.
A We take pleasure in offering to the public tb
following tracts of excellent land for sale at vary
reasonable prices. Persons wishing to buy will
do well to consult us before purchasing, and those ;
having lands to sell will find it to their advan
tage to avail themselves of our reasonable terms, ;
No. 2. N. E. one-fourth 8, in township 85
range 45, in Monona county, lowa. 160 aeres
Ptairie land- Pries S9OO.
No. 3. N. E. one-fourth of the X. W. one-
R.urth section 22, in township 33, North of rang#
22, it Pine county, Minnesota. 40 acres timber
land. Price S2OO.
JOHN LUTZ,
Real Estate Agent,
Feb. 1, 1387. Bedford, Pa j
A GOOD INVESTMENT.—A ioute an d two !
lot*for inU in the town of H-ifttr'U. j
The subscriber offers at private sale lots No.
31 and 32 in the town of Hopeweil, Bedford ;
county Pa. There is a good TWO STORY ;
PLANK HOUSE erected on the one lot. The.
two lots adjoin each other and will be sold separ
ately or together to suit purchasers. For further
particular" address the subscriber at Bedford Pa,
nostf JOHN LUTZ.
JIYERY STABLES, in reaT of the "Mengel
J House," Bedford, Pa.,
MENGEL it BURNS, Proprietors.
The undersigned would inform their friends,
and the public generally, that they are prepared
to furnish Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Spo-ting
Wagons, or anything in the Livery line of busi
ness, in good style and at moderate charges.
Terms: Cash, unless by special agreement.
jan24'63,tf. MENGEL A BIRX&.
pedfcfoal
A Y ER'S S AKB A PARILLA.
FOB PURIFYING THK BLOOD.
The reputation thU ei-elient medieine enjoy#,
ia derived from its cu-es, mi*ny of which ere truly
mrrvelous. Inveterate eases of Scrofulous disease,
where the system seemed saturated with corrup
tion, hare been purified and cured by it. Scrofu
lous affections and disorders, which were sgfrs
v ed by the scrofulous contaminetion untii they
weie painfully afflicting, hare been radically cur
ed in such great numbers in almost erery section
of the country, that the public scarcely need to be
informed of its virtues or u cs.
Scrofulous poioon is one of the mo t destructive
enemies of our rare. Ofteo, th : s u-teeu aod un
felt tenant of the organ: in roderinlne? the con
stitution, and invites the attack of enfeebling or
ft tsl diseases, without exhibiting a suspicion of ils
presejee. Again, it sceins *o b.ecd infection
throughout the body, and then, on some ivorable
occasion, rapidly develops into ore o- n.t<r erf its
hideous forms, eithe- o-1 the surface or among
the vitals. In the latte-, tabere'ee oiay be -ud
denly deposited in the lungs or heart, or nmo e
formed in the liver, or it shows its prestt ce by
eruptions on the skin, or feul ulcec tious o some
part of the body. Hence tbe ore s'oealuiwo a
bottle of this Sartapa.Tifla is euvieeble, even
when no active aymiooos of dkea-e apneir.
Persons afflicted with the loilowirj c >mpl ints
generally find immediate relief, and, at ieegth,
nie, by the use of thi: SAR''APARILLA\ St.
Anthony's JPirt, Rose or Kry s'l#, Tet.cr, Salt
Kbeum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Sote
Ears, and other eruptions or vir'Mw fortes of
Scrofulous disease. Also in the more concealed
forms, as Dyapep ia, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Fits,
Epilepsy, Neuralgia, and ihe various Ulcero"* af
fections of the muscular and nervous sy.tems.
Those painful di. eases, itheumi ti. m and Gout,
wnen caused by aceutruiatiens of extraneous mat
te-s in the bis od, yield quickly to it, aa also Liver
Complaints, To-pidity, Congestion or
of the Liver, and -laundice, whee arising, as they
often do, from the ranking poisons in the blood,
This Sarsaparilla is a err t restorer for the
strength and vigor of the system. Those who
are Languid and Liltiess, Despondent, Hiaepless.
and Troubled with Nervous apprehensions or
Fears, or any of the affections symptomatic of
Weakness, will find immediate relief and convin
cing evidence of its restorative power upon trial.
Prepared by DR. jTC. AYER a CO., Lowell,
Mass.. Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
Snovly ft. F. HARRY", Agent, Bedford.
Y Y ET • 8 HAIR VIGOR,
ron TUB
RENOVATION OF THK HAIR.
THE GREAT DESIDERATUM / tkt AGE!
A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy,
and effectual for preserving the Hair. Faded or
gray hair it toon restored to ill original color and
the gloat aid fretknett of youth. Thin hair it
thickened, falling hair checked, and baldness of
ten, though not always, cured t>y it* use. Noth
ing can restore the hair where the fallicies are
destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed.
Bnt sueh as remain can be saved for usefulnese by
this application. Instead of fouling the hair
with a pasty sediment, it will keep it clean and
vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent thehait
from turning gray or falling off, and consequently
prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious
substances which make some preparations dan
gerous and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not barm it. If wanted merely
for a
HAIR DRESSING,
n thing else ean be found go desirable- Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white
cambric, and yet lasts longer en the hair, giving
it a rich glossy lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by.
DR. J. C. AYER A CO.,
PRACTICAL A.vd AJALTTICAL Cih!*T,
LOWELL, MASS.
PRICE SI.OO.
!?Aug:ly B. F. HARRY", Agt.
jg W. CLARK & CO.,
BANK ERS
No. 35 S. Third Street, Philadelphia
GENERAL AGENTS
ton tar.
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COMPANY
OP THI
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STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA AND SOUTH
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j of Congress, approred July 23, IS6B, with a
' CASH CAPITAL OF $1,000,00 0,
and is now thoroughly organized end prepared
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Liberal terms offered to Agents and Solicitors,
i who are iavited to apply at our office.
Full particulars to be had on application at our
| office, located in the second story of our Banking
, House, where Circulars and Pamphlets, fully de-
I scribing the advantages offered by the Company,
II may be had.
Applications for Central and Western Pennsyl
, van ia to be made to B. S. r.CSSELL, Manager,
Harrisburg, Pa.
E. W. CLARK A CO.,
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A R M E II S ! !!
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ALTA VELA
PIIOSP H A T E
| IT CONTAINS THREE PER CENT. OF
A M M O N I A,
AN AMPLE QUANTITY T 0 GIVE ACTIVITY
WITHOUT INJURY TO THE VEGETA
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AGE OF SO EI'III. K BOXE PHOS
PHATE OF LIME, POTASH,
AND SODA. THE ESSEN
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OF A
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PRICE 956.00 PER TON OF TEN BAGS
TWO HUNDRED POUNDS EACH.
Ask your neighbor about it. Send for a pamphlet,
and give it atrial. Address the
ALTA VELA GUANO CO.,
57 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
T. M. LYNCH, Agent, Bedford, Pa. Sjulytly
OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given, that the partnership
I lately subsisting between J. R. Durborrow and
John Lutz, of Bedford, under the firm of Durbor-
I row A Lut* was dissolved by mntual consent on
• the fifteenth day of July. AU debtefor subscrip
tion, Advertising, Job Work, Fees, Books and
5 Statiooery, Ac., Ac., are to be received by said
John Lutz, and all demands on said partnership
are to be presented to him for payment. All the
accumulated legal business in the hands of the late
firm will be prosecuted by Mr. Durborrow.
J. R. DURBORROW,
July 15, 1868. JOHN LUTZ.
The books of the late firm of DUBBOBJIOW A
Ltiz having been left in my hands for collection
all persons knowing themselves indebted to said
; firm will please call and settle without further
notice. JOHN LUTZ.
j
THE FARMERS* BOOK.
140 beautiful and useful illustration! . 7)0
J octavo pages. Showing just what every farmer
' wants to know:
I HOW TO MAKE THE FARM PAY.
Send for circular giving full descriptions.
FARMERS! FARMER'S SONS!
Experienced Booh Agents and others, wanted to
take this book to every Farmer in every commu
nity. Business permanent. Pays from $1
S2OO per month according TO experience and abil
ity. Address JEIsLEit, MECLRDY A CO-,
Philadelphia, Pa-, Cincinnati, 0., Chicago, 111*
or t. Louis. Mo. JlaugSm

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