Newspaper Page Text
BEDFORD, Pi., FRIDAY, May 1, ISftD. DIRECTORY. —The following is a directory of the Officers of Bedford County and the Borongh of Bedford, of the Ministers of Bed ford, and the time of meeting of the different associations: BEDFORD COUSTY OFFICERS. President Judge — H>n . Alex. King. Associate Judges —Wm. Q. Eieholti and Geo. W. Gump. Prothonotary, Register and Recorder, <kc.—o. E. Shannon. District Attorney —E. F. Kerr. Treasurer —lsaac Mengel. Sheriff— Robert Steckman. Deputy Sheriff —Philip Iluizard. County Surveyor —Samuel Ketterman. Commissioners —F. P. Beegle, David Ilowsare, and P. M. barton Clerk —John G. Fisher. Counsel —John W. Diekerson. Directors of Poor —ll. Egulf, Michael Diehl, and 'J. I. Noble. Steward Samuc, DeCbnueh. Counsel —J. W. Diekerson. Clerk — W. C. Shaffer, Treasurer —William Bowles . Physician —Dr. F. C. Reamer. Auditors —James Mattingly, John D. Lucas, aud S. Whip. BOftOCGH OFFICERS. Burgess —V. Steckman. Assistant Burgess —Josiab Haley, Council —VV. Bowles, Jonathan Brightbill, W. M. Cook. J. M. Shoemaker, Hiram Lentz and J. Reed. Clerk —H. Nicodcmus. Treasurer —J no. 11. Rush. Constable —Richard Curboy, High Constable —bawreuee Defibaugb, School Directors —Job Mann. Isaac Mengle. Geo. Mengle, Jacob Bowser. John Cessna. H. Nicdoinus. Secretary —T. R. Gettys. Treasurer MINISTERS. Episcopalian —Rev. Alfred J. Barrow. Presbyterian —Rev. P.. F. Wilson. Lutheran —Kev. J. Q. McAttee. Methodist —Rev. A. W. Gibson. German Reformed —Rev. 11. Heckerman. Roman Catholic —Rev. Thomas Ileyden. ASSOCIATIONS. Bedford Lodge , No. 32'h A. Y. M., meets on the first Wednesday on or before full moon, in the Bedford llall, on :be corner of Pitt and Richard streets. Peace Branch Encampment, No. 114, I. O. 0. F., meets on the first and third Wednesday even ings of each month, in the Bedford Hall. Bedford Lodge, No. 2U2, J. 0. 0. F., meets ev ery Friday evening, in the Bedford Hall. Bedford Lodge, No. 148, I. 0. G. T., meets in the Court House, on Monday evening of each week. gporal OVER STOCKED. —The mad dog market in Philadelphia. THE darkest night of the season was this (Friday) night one week ago. DISAGREEABLE —The weather on Friday and Saturday last. Tu trial of one bottle of Hall's \ egetable Hairltenewer will show a most beneficial effect upon the hair and scalp. SNOW. —We were treated to a regular March snow squall on Monday morning the 3rd ins', since which time the weather has been unu 'lly cool. ",s from Central Georgia says the stands of c v . . . are better than ever known, < u rapidly u out and cotton plant ing progressing fine., THE Mammoth ska.ingT nk Institute at 21st and Race si,,e M , Philadel phia was entirely destroyed by fire on the night of Anril Olliu ?no,ooo. AT Winona, on the St. Peter's Railroad and Minnesota lines there are three million bushels of wheat awaiting shipment, ogain.-o about eight hundred thousand busheis this time last year. HORSES STOLES —On the evening of the 22d instant, two horses were stolen in Hill Valley, one from Seth F. Meyers and the oth er from John Spanogle, both bay turni horses. —Huntingdon Globe. FIRE. —The Rolling mill part of the Juniata Iron Works near Alexandria, owned by S. 4 B. R. Hatfield, was destroyed by fire between 11 and 12 o'clock on Sunday night last. How tha fire originated is no* known. Tbe loss is considerable, but covered by insuranc.— Huntingdon Globe. EXTENSIVE ART-GALLERY. —Next to the Bible, no book is more useful than Webster's Dictionary. The Unabridged is an extensive art-gallery , containing over three thousand engravings, representing almost every animal, insect, reptile, implement, plants, etc., which we know anything about. It is a vast library, giving information on almost every mentionable subject. It indeed has been well remarked that it is the most remarkable com pendium of human knowledge in ourlanguage. —Household Advocate. CALISATA BARK. —It is said that Messrs. Drake 4 Co., (proprietors of the PLANTATION BITTERS) arc the largest importers ofCalisaya Bark in th ; s country, and that, with the ex ception of an occasional sale, all they import is used in the compounding of their celebra ted PLANTATION BITTERS, —to which they un doubtedly are indebted for their wonderful health restoring properties. As a Tonic and Appetizer they are not surpassed, and we cheerfully recommend tbem. All first-clas- Druggists keep them for sale. ALISMA. —Last week we called attention to the Constitution Bitters of Seward, Bently & Cbenev, and now we take pleasure in noticing their Alisma for the hair, which is said to be a very fine article for the toilet. We are of the opinion that the preparations of S. 4 B. are all good, for the reputation they sustain as Druggists is good evidence that they would not put anything in the market of an ordinary I character. Messrs. have it for sale and we hope all our friends will try it. For all Bronchial affections, try Seward's Cough Cure. HIGHWAY BOBBERY. —A man named Valen tine was robbed on the mountain near Mc Connelaburg, on Friday evening a week. It is reported that he was out buying cattle, and meeting a man on the road, inquired where cattle could be obtained. In reply he was told to lake a certain road leading off the main road on which he was traveling. He did so, but bad not gone far before be was met by three men, who presented pistols and demanded the surrender cf his money. He .*as powerless to resist and handed $460 over to the rascals.— Huntingdon Monitor. HEROIC FEAT. —Engineers of locomotives Lave eventful lives, as tbe following incident, which happened near Petersburg, this county, one day last week, will illustrate: An engi ncer of a freight train while coming towards the above Darned place, saw a cbild—a son ol Mr. Denny, walking on tbe track about a half a mile ahead. He immediately whistled but .he boy did not appear to hear it, and kept walking, the engineer continually whistling, and even reversing his engine. Seeing that tbe boy would not heed, he got from bis seat on to the cow catcher, and caught tbe boy in his arms, ere the engine could touch him, and thus saved his life. We have not learned the name of this no kle engineer, but we would be happy to pub- ! jtsh it as soon as we do, for he would be held I grateful rtmcmbr&nct.-Huntingdon Globe, 1 CoNGKERSIOSAI. SATRAPT, OR PARTT DES POTISM. — To the Inquirer.— The ambitious Congressman. who conceited the idea of con trolling all the minor appointments in his dis trict. has doubtless received the thanks of all his fellow members, but we assure hiui and bis less ambitious colleagues that he deserves and is receiving the curses of all the honest paople. A more infamous piece of party despotism has never been conceived, or hav ing been conceived, has never been.inaugu rated in this country. It could only be the conception of a brain capable of the most reckless and unscrupulous intrigues where with to enable h.m to fortify himself against the masses of the people. No honest and taithful Representative, who is willing to sub mit his actions in the National Legislature to the masses, confident of the honesty of his iu tentions, and with abiding faith in big constit uents, wuold desire such arbitrary power. If the opponents of the Republican party had designed to introduce a system of Con gressional interference with the rights of the people for the purpose of bringing about the disolutioa of the Republican party, they could uot have hit upon a more effective plan for the destruction of their great rival than this system of Congressional satrapy. And I have no hesitation in saying that it is the duty of the Republican party to resist this species of political despotism wherever found and in whatever shape it presents itself. The Re' publican party has distinguished itself from all other parties since the days of the Revo lution for its pure Republicanism, and shall it, the most Democratic of all parties, 6ubmil to a party despotism as absolute as the will of the Autocrat of ull the Russi&s? The peo ple can alone and must correct this tendency to party centralization. With the present system no man, however worthy or deserving he may be, can secure an appointment to the most tnfflmg Post Office, Asaessorship, Collectorsbip, Whiskey Inspec torship, Marshalship, Ac., Ac., unless he re ceives the recommendation of the Congres sional Satrap. And no inaa is appointed un less be is willing "to do him reverence." He that is worthy and deserving, if unwilling to "fall down and worship the golden calf," must stand aside aud make room for some one who will yield the Satrap obedience and when the time comes bring about bis polities' salvation. Here and there mny be an excep tion to this tule but in the main it is correct. A gentleman may stand in the way of the Sa trap and to remove the obstruction he may be appointed to an office of honor and profit without debasing himself, but this is the only exception. The people have a right to say who shall be their inferior as well as their superior ser vants. What Republican has ever voted for a member of Congress with the distinct under standing that he was to be the party Gover nor of the district electing him ? What right has he to say over and above the people who elected him, who shall serve them in less re sponsible positions? lie is a mere servant, and sometimes a bad one; what right has he to set himself up as a master over the pro pie who have invested him with a ''little brief authority' - ? As an illustration of this system : Several persons are applicants for some trifling ap pointrnent in a village fifty, sixty, or seventy miles from theSa'rap. Oae of them at least is "honest and capable," and he receives the voice of the people, but he does not fully come up to the Congressional qualification, he is not willing to debase himself by swearing eternal fealty to the Satrap, there fore, the voice of the people must be disre garded and some political trickster, or chron ic office-seeker, who ba3 been on all sides of all questions, arid ready to do the dirty work of any person, is selected. The people are outraged, the party is brought into disrepute publican party the watch words of Liheity throughout the world are made to sutler. I have bpen led to speak thus plainly to my Republican friends in regard to the political iniquity which is perpetrated by unscrupulous Congressmen, who hare usurped all the pow ers which the people have heretofore exer cised. for the purpose of putting them on their guard. These suggestions are general, in the future I may be led to particularize. The "pin sticking" business, without any reference to the will of the people, must be bronght to a close or the people must exercise the power which a vpsted in tbem and reject their des potic servants. J. R. DURBORROW. Iledfurd, May -Ith. 1869. HORRIBLE DEATH.— The Fulton Repub. lican says: Henry Spanuuth, who lived two miles west of M Connellsburg, died on last Sunday morning of the loathsome disease ol glanders. Mr. S., it is said, has been dealing in glandered horses for the last few years, and several have died for him. About a week ago he took sick, and since that time to his death developed this offensive and dangerous disease in all its forms. Mr. S. has still a few horses that have been kept with the diseased ones, and common prudence would dictate to his relatives and friends that some disposition be made of them as soon ai possible. ROBBERY. —Some thieves entered tbe store c f Johnston 4 Wattson, in Smith's new building, in this place, last night, aud stole a large quantity of silks and other fine dry govds, trimmings, gloves, 4c. They effected an entrance through the back window by bor ing through the shutter with bits that were stolen from the blacksmith shop of Shoerna ker 4 Gahegan, the same night. The propri etors have not made an tstimate ot the amount stolen, but as the-goods were among the best the sum must be considerable. Ef fot ta are being made to apprehend the thieves. —Huntingdon Globe. IHE human family is so numerous that a birth and a death occur every moment. Every second a child is horn: every second some one dies. The prevalence of sickness in the world muy be realized in Dr. J. C. Aver s Laboratory, where medicines are made fcr a!! mankind. It V. ould scarcely seem that 'here are throats enough to swallow the doses he issues daily,—Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Ague Cure, and Cherry Pectoral by the thousand gallons and Ayer's Pills literally by the ton. But they must all be wanted, or he could not make such quantities for so many years.— Xorthfield Telegraph. I NCLAIMED LETTERS REMAINING IN I.HE POST C FERE AT BEDFORD, PA ,MAY Ist. 1809. A. \\. M. Anderson, David Anderson. Mrs. Ella Austin, Win. R. Anderson, Miss I.orilla A. Adams, Miss 1 aroline Boos, Thomas Black, Jos. Bentley, Hudson Bentley, John B'-nzel, Jus. C. Carpenter, I. T. Croyle, Jas. ( rajrner, Isaac Cowden, John Deihl, Mrs. Jennie De.ihl, Geo. W. Evans, Hill 4 Tbu mon, James Harden, John G. Lewis. John Miller, Mrs. Charles Mer.txer, \Ym. Oliver, John Rayoolds, Mark Stratton, Mrs. Ann Sleek, George T. Trail, Joseph Wright, Sam el Wright, Lyman C. Wiigbt. THE Harrisburg Telegraph says.—There were two hundred and ninety eight removal* and resignations in the Treasury Depart ment for the month ending April 30. 01 these one hundred and eighty-eight were tnalea and one hundred and ten females. This necessary cleansing and purifying pro cess will probably be continued until the last particle of Johnsonian rottenness is removed. AURA NO EVENTS are being made all over the Country for the interesting ceremony of Strewing tho graTes of Soldiers on the 30th lust. Who is looking after the matter in Bedford. QUARTER SESSION CASES DISPOSED OF APRII. SESSION, 1869. Commonwealth vs Jacob Dean. —lndict ment for horse stealing. Jury find defendant guilty, and court sentence defendant to pay a fine of one cent and cost and undergo an imprisonment in Peniteutary for one year. Com. ct Samuel Ilailey. —lndictment for horse stealing. Jury find defendant guilty hut reccommend him to the mercy of the court. Defendant being only 14 years old was considered too youiig to be sent to the peniteutary and was therefore ordered to be taken to tne House of Refuge. Com. vt Francis Dithl and Philip Wilkin son. —lndictment for Larceny. Defendants being arraiuged plead guilty and were sen teuced to pay a Hue of one cent aud cost and ba imprisoned in county jail for two months. Com. us Jacob Anders et al. lndictment for obstructing highway. Jury find defend ants not guilty iu the manner they are indict ed, and the prosecutor, Jacob Beckley to pay half of the cost and the defendants the other half. Com. rs Thomas Johnson.— ludictment for fornication and bastardy. Jury find detent ant not guilty as be stands indicted but that he pay all costs. Com. cs Dr. J. M Lindsey. —lndictment for obtaining goods under l'als pretences on oath of E. Y. Iraler. Jury find defendant guilty in manner and form as he stands in dicted. The court sentence defendant to pay a fine of S2O und cost and undergo tvn impris onment iu the county jail for 24 hours. Com. rs John if. May. —ludictment fur cutting timber trees on oath of W. Vt. Barclay. Jury find defendant not guilty but to [ay one third ot all the cost and W. W. Barclay prose cutor the remaining two thirds of all costs. COUNTY SCTBRINTENDPSCT. — In pursuance of a call of the county Superintendent, the School Directors of Bedford county met in convention, at the Court House in Bedford, on Tuesday the 4th, of May, at 1 30 p. in., to electa County Superintendent to serve the next three years, determine his salary ect. The candidates were 11. \Y. Fisher ot Bed ford, and Professor J. \\ . Hughes of ltains burg. There were one hundred and thirteen Directors present, and when the vote was counted stood, seveutv-eight for Fisheragainst thirty-five for Hughes. Mr. Fisher has served in that capacity during the past three years, and the performance of his duties during that time, has won for hira among school men. that approbation and favorable opinion, which se cured his re.election. Ilis salary is SIOOO per year. INSTRUCTIONS IN REGARD TO BOUNTY I KES. The second comptroller has given in structions, under th late bounty law, that hereafter, in paying soldiers' claitns, two checks shall bo given, one to the agent or attorney for the fee allowed by law, and the other sent direct to tl.e soldier for the re mainder due. The fees allowed iu claims of white soldiers are ten p>er cent, where the amount due is under S2OO, and five per cent, in any additional amount less than SBOO, and SSO on claims in excess of SBOO. In colored cases, the fees are $5, $7 50 and $ 10, ac cording as the amount due is lees than SSO, between SSO and SIOO, or over 100. In colored cases, but not in white ones, ad vances and notarial expenses are included in 1 the amount paid to the agent. IMPORTANT TO GROCERS. —The Internal Revenue Record says that a number of gro cers, in different parts of the country, have got into trouble through inattention Or through ignorance of their obligations, under the revenue laws, with regard to articles liable to stamp. For the information of all such, we would state that sardines, anchovies, prepared mustard, syrups iu bottles, jams, cosmetics, etc., are liable to stamp only, whether made in the United States or im ported. The stamp must be affixed on each article offered or exposed for sale. Sardines, anchovies, sauces, syrups, prepared mustard, jams, and jellies, are subject to stamp ac cording to the weight of each package; a one cent stamp if the package does not exceed two pounds in weight, and a stamp af an ad ditional cent for every pound or fraction of a pound in excess of two pounds in weight.— Exchange. WHO WANTS A SEWING MACHINE? —We have a new $55,00 Grover and Raker sewing r midline which we will dispose ol on easy terms to any one who wants a good machine: and who does not want a good sewing ma chine ? ALSO a ue Singer Sewing Machine for sale as cheap as can be sold in the com munitv and on the best of terms. A [.so a §evenly five dollar Machine ol the American Buttonhole and Overseaming Sewing machine Company's Manufacture on the most favorable terms. Either of the two last named machines can be seen in operation in town, whore they have given the most complete satisfaction. Fur ther particulars can be had by calling at, or writing to, the IxqcißKK Office Bedford Pa. THE NEW BOCNTT ACT. —The bounty hill wiiich passed Congress provides that every soldier who was discharged by reason of "ex piration of term of service" shall be held to have filled his full term of enlistment, and be entitled to a bounty accordingly. Also that a widow, minor children or parents in the or der named, of any soldier who shall have died after being honorably di-charged, shall be entitled to receive the additional bounty to which such soldier would be entitled if living. All claims for bounty under the act of July, 1806, shall be void unless presented prior to December 1, 1809. — Ex. CHURCH DEDICATION— The New Evan gelical Lutheran Church of Bloody Ituti, Bed fold Co., Pa., will be dedicated to tbe service of Almighty God, on Sabbath, the -3d day of May, 1809. Rev. if. A. Fink, President of the Alleghany Synod and Rev. 11. Baker, Pastor ofthe Evangelical Lutheran Church of Altoona, will be present (D. V.) on this occasion. There will be services in the church ori Saturday evening previous. The neighboring Lutheran ministers and ministers of other denominations and the public generally are cordially invited to attend. NEW MUSIC: —We have received from \V. W. Whitney Music Publisher, Toledo, 0., the "Great Women's Suffrage,' song and chorus, entitled—" We'll Shoir Yoii When ve Come to Vote," by Frank Howard: The title is beautifully illustrated. Price forty cents. "Oh ! sad is the fate of Women kind, Trod under foot we've always been, But when we vote you soon will find, That we'll fix these Terrible Men. I '' This is just the song for the times. Send for ii. RAILROAD MEETING.—A railroad meeting will be held in the Court house on Tuesday of Court week the 27th inst at 4 o'clock P. M. Let there be a full turn out of all who feel any interest in our railroad enterprise. Now is the time if we ever expect to get a railroad. Come with your minds made up to subscribe to the utmost limit of your ability and we will soon have a road. 2t. A VAI.C Alius SciiUESTioN. —lt ha* been suggested that the town council purchase a few fancy ducks and geese to stock the ponds on Juliana street. They would thus not only adurn the public square but also utilize the now unproductive waste of waters in that portion ot the town. \\ e hope they will give the matter prompt attention. nooks and Periodicals. TUK PBOBK—We have jnet received the initial of this new Quurterly. Its object is the investigation of the use of stimulents sod Narcotics and the social evils resulting there from, with a view to the discovery of methods of reform and cure. It is edited by Joseph Parr is h M.D. and issued from tfte Sauitarian, Media, Penna. Price J 1,00 per year. 81-SCICWOOD'SMAGAZISI for April is on our table containing the conclusion of '•Doubles and Quits: a comedy of Errors.' byLuwrenca Lock hart. "The "Outgoing and incoming President" by Maea. Cornelius O' Dowd Contributes his usual instalment. "Ibe Triumvirate'' in which Gladstone, Bright and Lowe get a pretty liberal allowance of I ory abuse. Mr. Gladstone's Irish Church Bill is also severely criticised at con siderable Length. "John Keble. Ntr John Lawrence. Part I, and an article "On the RetnptnixaUoit of the Armies of the Contine""l Powers make u;> this number. Reprinted by the Leonard Scott Publishing Co. lib Fulton Street New York. THE NORTH BUNI-JI REVIEW reprint, for March has just been issued containing: The Royal Engineers. Ruisian Literature. Fur guenief's Novels. Dean Milman. Revolu tions in the Queen's English. Ihe increase of Lunacy. The Hudson Bay Company. What is Man's chief End? Pub'io Works in India. The Reconstruction of Germany. Published by Leonard Scott Publishing Com pany 140. Fulton street, New York. LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. —We have received fr in the National Publishing Com pany, Philadelphia, advance. sheets of the "Lile of Jefferson Djvis, with a Secret His tory of tLe Southern Confederacy, gutiiored Behind tlie Lint s in lliehtueßd, 1 ' by Ed ward A. Pollard, stub if of the''Lost Cause. &c. The work i- sold only by subscription, and th-' publishers want an agent in every count . No doubt that Pollard lias the tuutetial for giving a correct life of the di tin. ni.-li 'd rebel chief, as well as for laying bare much of the secret history of the rebel-) li m. Hi-opportunities during the rebel lion for observing the character and conduct ol Davis, and for obtaining information which has never yet been made public, were undoubtedly great, and unquestionably he availed himself of thein. Ho was near the subject of his history during the whole war, and his observations will probably be both critical and just. All who are curious to know more ot the rebel c'niel than tiieyj know now, can satisfy themselves by sub scribing. TUB I'OU-'—ing extract from a chapter on Buchanan - M - will give a:i idea ot the character of the work. The message of the President, delivered to Congress, in December, I SCO, had an effect which lias tint been duly appreciated in history, and which was scarcely teeogniz i'd in the newspapers of the day. Mr. Buchanan was timid, secretive, ingenious; one of those time serving politicians, who had managed to keep constantly in public life, not an o-tt ntatious partisan, but a trsdi-1 tional office-holder, an "old public luic I tionary," oneoftho.se men who make et traordinary successes in the political arcia without the force of merit and through tic sheer ingenuity of the demagogue. He had neither outage tor intellectual decisiot. "To see him,' said a distinguished \ irginii politician, who visited him during the im pending difficulties of t L country, "cower ing lieu ath the f'uli length portrait of An drew Jackson on the mantelpiece of the re ception room oi the White House, inuii cliiug a dry cigar, and asking querulously what he could do, or what he should do, was mere than human patienee could ui dure, or human pity tolerate." This <!■ •- picatleold man was grotesquely balancing on the (pi >tion of peace and war. He wa apparently resolved to trifle with the time u.ri'jr oocaahvu. and U" was dcy- 11 rutely anxious to save the remnant of his aJministr.vion from the imputation of a civil war. TIIK live!bird Lyceum was permanently re organised on Friday evening last, by the elec-j tion of the following officers. President—3. 11. Durborrow. IVce- Presidents —M. A. Points, .'. M. Rey nolds. Secretary— ll. D. Tute. Treasurer —J. T. Keagy. A lively interest has been awakened iu this matter, and a good deal of zeal manifested on the part of the membership. We hope to.see the society flourish. D. !1. V ACKER of the Xhippensburg News dropped in on us a few days ago looking hale arid hearty. Having taken to himself a better-hall he came to spend a few days of his honeymoon in visiting Lis old friends in this place. As he lias concluded to abandon the brotherhood of bachelor editors, we wish him joy in his new estate. Without a Rood Digestion. Ail other temporal blessings are compara tively worthless. The dyspeptic millionaire who has tried all the potions of the tuedi ■;.! profession in vain, and believes his complaint ! to be incurable, would give half his fortune to be freed from the horrors of indigestion, and thus enabled to enjoy the other half. Of course he would. Perhaps HOSTE ITER'S STOMACH BIT TERS has been recommended to such a sufferer. Possibly he has turned from the friend who made the suggestion with a sneer intimating that he has no faith in any "patent medicine."' If this hus been the ease, so much the worse for him. His incredulity dooms him to a life ot misery. All the luxuries which wealth can purchase are at his command. Not one of them can give hi to pleasure. His own irrational obstinacy is his bane. The masses, happily for themselves, are less skeptical. There is such a thing as bigo ted unbelief, us well as bigoted credulity, and a golden mean between the two, which men and women who are gifted wiih common sense adopt and profit by. These are the clasj that patronize Hnd recommend HOs IE I 1 h K S 8111 KRS. \\ by do they ap prove this famous anti-dyspeptic and anti bilious preparation ? Simply because they have not been too much the slaves of sense less prejudice to give it a fair trial, and have found that when all other tonics, stimulants and stomachics failed it produced the desired effect. '•Strike, but hear," said the Roman sage, when his ignorant enemies were assailing him. "Doubt but try," says the man who has been cured of indigestion, or biliousness, or intei mil tent fevi-r. by the Bitters, as he re lates his expei ience of the medicine to bis in valid friends. Whoever is so wedded to his own foregone theoretical Conclusions, as to decline to test the properties of a medicine endorsed by the testimony of intelligent men in every walk of life, and approved by the ! people at lurge, deserres to suffer. RAUIihTs. PIIILADEU'HJA, May 1. The flour market is remarkably dull, the demand being limited to small lots for the supply of the home trade at yesterday's quo tations: small sales of superfine at sb(c 50 per barrel: extras at $5 75@6 isf 400 : ■barrels lowa. Wisconsin and Minnesota extra family ut SO i go; 100 barrels prime do. do., at $7 121. Ohio and Indiana do. do., in lots at sß@9. and fancy lots at SlOfu 12- about 100 barrels rye flour sold at ST. In j corn meal there is nothing doing. I'nere is not much doing in wheat, the millers coufin- j ing their purchases to small lots for immediate 1 i consumption; sales of red at SI 650 V 1 75.;. and amber aSt 8t). Rye is unchanged and ; further sales of l'enna. at $1 45. the of i ( fcrings of corn are small and are held firmly; ! ] sales of yellow at 88(S:!M), and 1,000 bushels!; mixed at 86c. Oats are steady, with sales ot , western at 7S@7Bc, and Southern Penna. at i 65@70c. Prices ot barley ar.d malt are . nominal. Whisky is held firmly, with sales , at 01c, tax paid. MauHoi.il. Water. —Superior to the best imported German Cologne, and sold at hal thi ">4ee. if MAR. HIED. At. the ! rienda Cove Parsonage, on Thursday. Apr,! 29th, JBfi, by the Key. W„. M. Deatriek! MrCHARLES T. BIDDER and Mi-s EVE ANN A" JNS, all of Friend* COT#, this county. T ult " I,v tho Rev f: - V. Hileman, Mr. JAMI-OVER and Miss SARAH MOCK,both of thi* county. N I>IED- On the 27th ult, in Union twp., Mr*. Barbara Vl ' r - Aged oO years. .3 month# and 28 days. %t\v All advertisement*, except public sates and legal II I, ices, wili tin irucrtcd three months and charged accordingly unless otherwise ordered. PUBLIC SALE OK VALUABLE REAL EB - TATE. I'y virtue of an order of tho Orphan's Court of Bedford ( ounty, the undersigned will expose to snh- at public outcry, i>n the premises, on Satur day, the 2Jth day of May 1369. The Rcn> K tafe of John Kcunurd late of Monroe township o 'J. t.'onsis'.ing of a farm of about ISO acres, about £0 acres cleared and under ftnee, said tract has a number uf fruit trees of various kinds, is ■'ell timbered with abundance of water. Sale to commence at one o'clock p. tn., of said day where terms wilt be rnudn known, itnny li JAMES CAIINELL, Administrator. ACCOUNT IN COMMON PLEAS. iue a vomit of S. L. Russell Esq., trustee of das. If. Boeder, W. Scott Beelvr, Margrat A. Bee! . '• Margrat A. Trout, and Mary E. liecler, now Mary E. Ruby, children of John W. Becler, <k-d has lieen exbihited and filed in the Pro monetary's Office, and will be allowed by the Con,: of Common Picas of Bedford County, at an sojourned court to be held at Bedford on Thurs the Ist day of Julv, next, unless cause be shown why said account should not be allowed. % direction of tho court. 7<K*yffin 0. E. SHANNON, Pnth'y. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.— Notice is hereby given that letters of Ad ministration 011 the Estate of Hetiry Colledge, late of East Providence twp., deceased, have been granted to the undersigned. Ail per sons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate, will please mate immediate payment, and those having claitna, are requested to present them properly authenticated for pay ment. JOSEPH R. COLLEDGE, JOHN COLLEDGE, 4mav Administrators. innnn agextswanted IU,UUU t, ,cll THE AMERICAN YEAR BO'iK for 1869. It contains just Ibe information which everybody needs hundreds i f Mines a year. nr.il sells with unparalleled rapidity, even among itloit.' who seldom look at a Subscription Cook. It is impossible, in an advertisement M give any adequate idea of the immense amount and variety of information in it. The book itself must bo seen and examined to be properly appreciated. Nearly every family will buy it, and it will be found about as great a neceaity among all classes as the daily or weekly newspaper. Send for cir cular and full information. 0. D. CASK A CO., Publisher. [ Hartford, Conn., Cincinnati, 0., and Chicago, 111. 17may4t | J ALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR ItENEWER Is the only infallible Hair Prepcration for RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGI NAL COLOR AND PROMO TING ITS GROWTH. It it tie eheapeet preparation erer offered to the public, oi inn bottle trill latt Iftmjfr and arrom plith more thou three hotlUe of an, other prep aration Our Renewer is not a Dye: it will not stain the skin as others. It will keep the Hair front falling out. It cli"inet • the Scalp, and makce the Hair SOFT, LrST/lfOl'S, AM) S/IKEX. Our Treatise on the Hair senllree by mail. R. P. HALL A CO. Nassua. N. 11. Pro irietors. For sale by all druggists, in ay 1 m II INTINGDON A BROADTOP RAILROAD 11 On and after Thursday, April 29, ISS9, Pas soger Train:' will arrive and depart as follows: II" IRAIXS. DOXVS TRAINS Aecotn Mail. Aceom Mail. P. M. A. M. * " A. M. P. M. . Kd ajil.K H 40-Huntingdon, lAi-10.1 tl' ARJ.3O ■'-' - If' Lung Siding in.t)2 4.12 d.li 9.00 MeConnellstown 0.40 3.55 <1.24 9.07 Pleasant (irove, 9 :?S 3.4S ti. 10 9.22 Marklesbarg, j 9-22 335 C.ati 9.3- o„nte n.ii. 9.03 3.lfi 7.03 9.4f> KnugU a iteadv 3.55 3.09 7.1- 10.0 l Cove, " s.to 2.55 7.24 10.05 Fisher's Summit 8.36 2.51 AH " I lk lffi2s S " lon ' LES ' 2 " AR2.2# 10.42 KiiLilesbiirg, 2.08 10..02 Hopowcll, 2.00 10.*0 Piper's l'.un, 1.40 11.29 Taiesville, 1.20 11.-45! Bloody Ran, J.OO ar 11.02 Mount Dallas. LKI.oO I ;K7,'J- LB 10.30 SttXton, AR 8.20 AR2.25 5.03 10.451 Coal mont, 8.10 2.10 8.10 10.50 ('rawford, 8.06 2.05 A88.20 \K 11.00 Dudley, I.K 7.55 L8!.55 Broad Top City. April 2.-, 00. JOHN M'KILLIPS, Supt. 'pYO FARMS AT PRIVATE SALE. NOW IS TitE TIME TO BUY CHEAP REAL ESTATE. A FARM IN MORRISON'S COVE. A SPLENDID FARM WITHIN TWO MILES OF BEDFORD. The subscriber will sell at private sale, on ! very reasonable terms, and at reduced prices, the war'described, very valuable real estate, viz: A i BAl'l OI LAND ti'untcd in Morrison's Cove, about one mile from Lafayettesvillo, and four in ilea from W oodbv-rrj, in Middle Woodberry twp., containing 102 acres, more or legs, about 45 acres cleared and under fence, with one and a half story log house, log barn, blacksmith shop and other out builaings, adjoinng lands of Jackson Stu'kty on the east, Christ. Kochenderfer on the north, John Kcagy on the west, and Ignatius Brant's heirs on the south. This can be made one of the neatest and most pleasant little farm?' In the Cove with very little expense. There is an abundance of water, plenty ot fruit and splendid timber upon it—all that i.* necessary to make it desirable. ALSO. A MOST EXCELLENT TRACT OF LIME STONE AND RIVER BOTTOM LAND, within two miles of Bedford, containing 228 acres, about 160 acres of which arc cleared and in a high statu f cultivation and the balance well timbered. There are excellent new buildings erected thereon w a a well of never failing water at the door. There arc two orchards of choice fruit upon it. 75' acres of meadow, (River Bottom) can be culti vuied with trifling expense. The upland is in a good state of cultivation, well set with clover and under good fence. There is sufficient timber upon i to pay fir the farm several times if thrown into the Bedford market. Apply to J. R. DI'RBORKOW, Attorney at Law, Tuiaytf Bedford Pa. &00 Mugrarair §3 oo To Agents to sell Bibles in nny field wi'h other Books. A I'ATOXT POCKET I'MI-CEM > YORE. PAR MELEE 4 CO.. 738 Sausom S-.. I w tw \ (iFX 18 WANTED FOR THE A SIGHTS AND SECRETS OF THE NATIONAL CA 'iTAL, A work descriptive of Waahingt-u City; insldo ind Outside U masked and exposed, The spici p>l, uiost thrilling, m st entertaining, instructive, and startliriT book of bc day. Send for Circular-, with te ma. Ac. Address UNITED S i VTES PL'BLI.SIJINw CO., 11l Broome Street, New York City. lflaprlw UK NTS WANTED FOR THE B L U E—C OATS Art 1 oto they Lived, Fought and Died for the Union, with s '< cue# and Incident* iu the (treat Rebellion. Comprising narratives of Personal Adventure. Thrilling It . ideots. Daring Exploits, Heroic Deeds, Wonderful Escapes, Lite in the Camp. FUld, and Hospital, Adventures of Spies and Scouts, with the Songs, Ballad#, Anecdotes and Humorous In' ideuts ot the War. It contains over 100 fine Engravings and is the spiciest and cheapest war book published. Price only $2.56 per copy. Send for circular and see our terms, and full description of the work. Ad dress NATIONAL PUBLISH INF CO., Philadel phia, Pa. Iflapriw INSTATE OF PAUL WERTZ, dec'd '-J Letter* testamentary having been granted to the undersigned, executor of the last will and testament of Paul Wert/., late of "dumb' Valley, deceased, bv the Register of Bedford county, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby not fled to make immediate payment, nod all having claims against the estate are requested to present them properly authenti cated for settlement. Accounts can be pre sented to D. it. ANDERSON, at Centerville, or JOSEPH WEKTZ, Executor. March 2G Gt GAR A PPLETON'S JOURNAL *"• A WEEKLY PAPER. D. APPLETON A CO., PUBLISHERS, 90, 92 A 94 nbawd T. t w. v., Commenced. April 3d. DEVOTED TO LITERATI HE, SCIENCE, AND ART. The PubH?hing House by which the present Journal i* issued baa been extensive'} engaged, for nearly hall a century, in the work of pr>mo ting general education, and diffusing information among the people of the United State*, through the medium of valuable booki, in all the leading ! department# ol knowledge. In further pursuance of this important object, and recogniiing the in creasing tendency of the public to cultivate the periodical form of literature, the yiublishers Have engaged in the enterprise of a Weekly Journal, which they design to make Worthy of the liberal patronage of the reading community. Omitting ordinary news, and avoiding partisan advocacy, both political and sectarian, the Joun- XAI. will be devoted to general literature, to science, art, and education, and to the diffus-i n of valuable information upon subject* of public im portance. It is intended to make use of all re sources, original and seta-tod, domestic and for eign, which can give interest and variety to its pages ; and neither exertion nor expense will be spared to secure the aid of the best talent of the time. We abstain from the large profession and the parade of conspicuous names so common on these occasions, and trusting to the intelligence of the people, shall be rontent to let the Journal speak for itself. The department of literature will embrace: Fiction, in the form of both serial Novels and short stories : Essays upon Literary and Social Topics; Sketches of Travel and Adventure: Discussions upon Art, Books, and Kindred Themes; Papers upon all the various sabjeets that per tain to the pursuits and recreations of the peo ple, whether of Town or Country; and Poems by our foremost Poets. Illustration* will form an important feature in the plau of the JOURNAL. Nearly every number will he accompanied by either an Illustrated supplement. <n som~ popular Theme, a Steel Engraving in the best style of the Art, or a largo Cartoon eu graved on wood. No. I.—Contains a Cartoon of the Grand Drive n the Central Park, a Spirited and Animated Scene. No. 2.—Contains an Eight-Page Supplement of Underground Life and Mining, with 10 Illustra tions. No. 3. A Steel Engraving of Noon on the Seashore, from a Picture by K -a sett. No. 4.—An Art Supplement, containing New York Illustrated with 13 Superb Illustrations. No. 5.—A Superb Carlo;.a of the Levee at New Orleans. Novelty, freshness, and continual change will be aimed at in thi* department. The Illustra tions will usually ho valuable an works of art: those on steel, and the Cartoons, consisting of views of American JC nary, by our most distin guished painters, and illustrations of character and life, by our foremost draughtsman. They trill he printed trith extra cure on separate sheets, and may l>e either bound in the volume at the close of the year, or framed to hang upon the wall. The JOURNAL, in this feature, trill he unlike artu other. Each Number of A PPLETO N 8 JO I*R NA L CONTAINS 32 Pages of Reading Matter. The Great Novel of VICTOR HUGO, ENTITLED i THE MAN WHO LAUGHS ; OK, BY THE KING'S COMMAND, Whs begun in the first number. Price 10 cents per No., 54 pet annum, in ad vance. Fur sole by all News Agents throughout the United States. Terms for clubs iu:iy be obtained of tho Pub lishers. Specimen copies sent gratis upon appli cation. 30apr3t M., 1864, S. 9, CONSTI T II T ( U N BIITJSKS THE BEST TONIC AND STRE NG T IIE XING BIT TE R S IN USE. Also, a most delightful and exhilarating MEDICINAL BE V EKA (i E. A wine glass full of CONSTITUTIONAL BIT TEKS three times a day, will be the best preventive of disease that can be used. C O NST ITUT ION BITTERS CUKE DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, COSTIYEXESS, prevents lE\ KR AND AGUE, and ail Billions Diseases. They are the Stomach Bitters of the Age. They art prepared by SEWARD, 11 EXT LEY & CHENEY. DRUGGISTS, BUFFALO, X. V. S., B. A C., also prepare the ALI SM A FO K TII E H A IR, Which is the best Ilair Restorer, Renewer, and liair Dressing in in the market. It prevents Baldness, frees the head from Dandruff, and thoroughly eradi cates all diseases of the scalp. Bold by all Druggists.j 30apr A llsma ' TIIE REST H AIR R E S TORE R A XD EE X K W E R IN THE WORLD ! Restores gray and faded Ilair to its ORIGINAL COLOR, removes Dandruff, CURES ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP, prevents BALDNESS, and makes the bair grow Soft, Glossy and Luxuriantly. ALISMA IS THE BEST The Cheapest, and most satisfactory OF ANY ARTI CL E I X l, SK, and should be used by every one who admires a BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR. Put up in two sizes: Small (S ot.) $1.00; Large. (12 os.) SI.OO per Bottle. EACH BOTTLE IX A NEAT PAPER BOX SEWARD, RENTLEY & CHENEY, Druggists. Buffalo, N. Y., Proprietors. They are also proprietors of SEWARD'S COUGH CURE, a splendid article for COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, and all diseases of the THROAT AXD LUNGS. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ilOapr Q E T T ITE BE S T WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY. 2000 Engravings: 1810 Pages Quarto. Price sl2 10,000 Words and Meanings not in other Uie. tionaries. Viewed as a whole, we are confident that no other living language has a dictionary which so fully and faithfully sets forth its present condition as this last edition of Webster does that of our written and spoken Knglish tongue.— Harper's Magazine. These three books are the rum total or great libraries: the Bible, Skakspea. e, cud Weieter'e Royal Quarto. Chicago Evening Journal. I'ilE New Wr.nsTr.it is glorious—it is perfect— it distances and defies competition—it leaves nothing to ho desired.— J. //. Raymond, L L. />., Pres't I'assar College. The most useful and remarkable compedinm of human knowledge in our language.— lib Clark, Picsideut Mate. Agricultural College. WEBSTER'S NATIONAL PICTORIAL DICTIONARY. 104ti Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings. Pries $6. 'the work is really a t/em of a Ih'cttO" ory, just the thing for the million."— .4 inert COM Education al Monthly. "In Many respect*, thi Dictionary is the most convenient ever published."— tiocketter Democrat. "As a manual of reference, it is eminently fitted for use in families and schools."—A. 1. Irtbone. "It is altogether the best tieasuiy of words of its nice which the English language has ever pos sessed." — Hartford /Ve." Published bv O. * C. MERRIAM, Springfield Mas:-. JlaprSt gciu |UrerliSfwettto. g R W A II D 'S 0 O U G H C U K K, A SAFE, CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CUKE FOR COLDS, COUGHS, ASTHMA. BRONCHI TIS. HOARSENESS, CROUP, INFLU ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, IN CIPIENT CONSUMPTION, AND ALL DISBA K8 OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS. This COUGH CURE ha* been tried for years, and tlie experience of THOUSANDS WHO HAVE UsKD IT iu the diseases above enumerated, have pronaoc cd it to be a SAFE AND RELIABLE MEDICINE : and at lout ONE BOITLE should be kept in every family ar a ready remedy. Don't neglect a se vere t. ougb, or throw away money on worthiest* medicine. * PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE, PIIKPAKED BY SEWARD, BENTLEY & CHENEY, DRUGGISTS, BUFFALO, N. V., who are als■> Proprietors of the Celebrated CONSTITUTION BITTERS A ALISMA. | SOLD BY ALL Ililfj (i<i is-TS. Ml' a|t A GREAT REMEDY POR THE CURE OF THROAT AND LUNG DISEASE. DR. WIS HART'S PINE TREE TAR CORDIAL. Jt is tbo vital principle of the Pine Tree, ob tained bj a peculiar proeeea in the distillation of the rur, by which its highest medical properties are retained. It is the only safe-guard and reliable reined? which baa ever been prepared from the juice of the Pine Tree. it invigorates the digestive organs and restores the appetite. It strengthens the debilitated system. It purifies and enriches the blood, and expelf from the system the corruption which scrofula breeds on the lungs. It disolves the mucus or phlegm which stnpi the air passage of the lungs Its healing principle acts upon the irritatei surface of the lungs and throat, penetrating to each diseased part, relieving pain and subduing in flam at ion. * It is the result of years of study and experi ment, and it is offered to the afflicted, with tbt positive assurance of its power to cure the follow ing diseases, if theparient has not too long delay ed a resort to the means of cure : Consumption of the Lung-, Cough, Sere Throat and Breast, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint, Blind and Bleeding Piles, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Diptheria, Ac., Ac. We are often asked wh}- are not other remedies in the marki t for Consumption, Coughs, Colds, and other Pulmonary affections equal to Dr. L Q. Wish art'* Pine Tree Tar Cordial. We an swer— -Ist. It cures, not by stopping cough, but by loosening and assisting nature to throw off the unhealthy matter collected about the throat and bronchial tubes, causing irritation and cough. 2d. Most Throat and Lung Remedies are com posed of anodynes, which allay the cough for awhile, but by their con stringing effects, the fibres become hardeued, and the unhealthy fiuids coagu late and arc retained in the system, causing dis ease beyond the control of onr most eminent phy 3d. The Pino Tree Tar Cordial, with its assist ants, nre preferable, because they remove the causes of irritation of the mucous membrane and t>roneh:al tubes, assist the lung.- to act and throw off tte unhealthy secretions, and purify the blood, thus scientifically making the perfect. Dr. Wishart has on rile at hit ojfiee hundreds and thousands of Certificate*, from Afci and ll'o men of un questionable character tcho were once hopeless-y given up to die, but through the Provi dence if God were completely restored to health by the Pine Tree Tar Cordial. A Physician in attendance who ctu be consulted in pereon or by mail, free of charge. Price of Pine Tree Tar Cordial pr BottU. sll per do*. Sent by Exi>re.-< on receipt of price Address L. Q. C. WISiIART, M. D. Xo. 232 Nerth 2d Street. Phila delphia ?8. 23apr3m VJOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.—In pursuance lA of an Act of Asembly, to Provide for the col lection of State. County, Poor and Military Taxes in the county of Bedford, approved the loth day of April, 1869, the undersigned will attend at the times and places below named, between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. ra., and 4 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of receiving such Taxes, for the year lSt.9: Monday and Tuesday. May 24th and 25rh, at Wood berry, for Middle Woodberry t wp. and Wood berry Bor. Wednesday, May 26, at Pattonsville, for South W oodbcrry. Thursday, May 27, at Bloody Run, for Bloody Run Bor. and West Providence twp. Friday, May 28, at Joseph Mortimore's for Snake Spring twp. Monday, May 31, at Daniel Fletcher's store, in Monroe twp. Tuesday, June 1, at Wm. Adams'mill, in South ampton twp. 'ihursday, June 3, at Rainsburg, forßainsburg Bor. and Colerain twp, Friday, June 4, at D. A. T. Black's for East Providence twp. Saturday, June h, at Joseph Cessna's lor Har rison twp. Monday and Tuesday, June 7th and Sth, Mow ry's mill, for Cnion twp. Wednesday, June 9, at Pleasantville, for St. Clair twp. Thursday, June 10, at St. CI airs v ill©, for St. Clairsville Bor. aod twp Friday and Saturday, June 11 and 12, at Schells burg Bor. for Schellsburg Bor. and Napier twp. Monday, Juno 14, at Bridgeport, for London derry twp. Tuesday, June 13, at Bedford for Bedford Bor. Wednesday, June 16, at Centerviile, for Cum berland Valley twp. Thursday, June 17, at Bueua Vista, for Juniata twp. Friday and Saturday, June IS and 19, at Bed ford, for Bedford twp. Monday, June 21, at Saxton, for Saxton Bor. Tuesday, June 22, at Stonerstown, for Liberty twp. Wednesday, June 23, at Colcdale, for Colcdale Bor. and Broad Top twp. Thursday, June 24. at Cajt Jno. Eichelberger's, , for Hopewell twp. 4, A11 persons in sail county who shall, on or be fore the 2v v 'tb day if July, aforesaid, pay to the said Treasurer the amount of his or her taxes, shall be entitled to a deduction of 5 per centum thereon." A schedule of all unpaid taxes en the 20th day cf August next, will be made out and delivered to a Justice of the Peace for collection. 30apr4w I. MENGKL, Treasurer. 1869. BWITO MN#I 1869. RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAAV GOODS. ARMSTRONGTCATOR & CO., 237 A 239 BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF BONNET AND TRIMMING RIBBONS, VELVET AND SASH RIBBONS, BONNET CRAI'ES, SILKS AND SATINS, ILLUSIONS, BLONDS, LACES, RUCHES, NETTS AND VELVETS, FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS, STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES HATS, TRIMMED AMI IXTRISIM ED, SUNDOWNS A*> SHAKER IIOODS. The largest Stock of Miiiincry Goods in this Country and unequalled in choice variety which we offer at prices that will defy competition. ORDERS SOLICITED. IGaprSm A SPLENDID FARM AT PRIVATE SALB. The Subscriber offers at private sale his farm in Napier township, containing .TOO acre?, lying on both sides of the Bedford and Stoystowu turnpike, seven miles west of Radford and two miles east of Schelirburg. About one half is cleared and under fence and the balance is woil timbered. Thirty.eight acres are in clover, and the balance in a good state of cultivation. The buildings are a large dwelling house. part 'tone, with back build.ng. a good barn nnd other out buildings, also a new two story tenant house. The land is well supplied with never failing water. Persons desiring to examine the property can do so by calling on the subscriber at his residence on the premises. If not sold bctore the Cth of October next the property will be sold at publie sale. .'iOaprhin MARTIN REILEY. STEAM MILLS. Our Mill wagon will deliver Floor, Feed, Ac, every afternoon, at + o c'ock. iu Bedford, and re ee.ve grist. All work WARRANTED. Tonus cash. Orders may be left at the mill orljardware store of Hartley i Metzger. 30apr JOIIN A WM. HARTLEY. fjl VERY BODY can be accommodated with !j WALL PAPER at the Inquirer Book Store. If tut Admfements. JJOUSE FURNISHING, HARDWARE GOODS Ac., JOHN F. BLYMYKR has opened a full stock of HARDWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES, PAINTS, NAILS, GLASS, OILS, SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS, BUILDER S HARDWARE, OIL, POCKET BOOKS, COAL OIL LAMPS, COAL OIL, SADDLERY, CUTLERY, BUCKETS, CHURNS, TUBS, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., He hopes, by strict attention to business, and fair prices, to merit a share of Public patronage. Store in same room a.s occupied by B. M. BLYMYER&Co., asaSTOVE AND TIN STORE. 9apr A YER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For Diseases of the. Throat and Lungs, such as Coughs. Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma , and Consumption. Prol/alily never before in the whole history of medicine, has anything won so widely and so deeply upon the confidence of mankind, as this excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints. Tbrongh a long series of years, ana among most of the rases of men it has risen higher and higher in their estimation, as it has become better known. Its uniform character and pow tr to cure the vari ous affections of the lungs and throat, bare made it known as a reliable protector against them. While adapted to milder forms of disease and to young children, it is at the same time the meat effectual remedy that can be given for incipient consumption, and the dangerous affections of the threat and lungs. A.s a provision against sadden attacks of Croup, it should be kept on band in ev ery family, and indeed as all aie sometimes sub ject to colds and eoaghs, ail should be provided with this antidote for them. Although settled consumption ia thought incur able, still great numbers of cases where the dis ease seemed settled, have been completely cu.cd and the patient restored to sound health by the Cherry Pectoral. So complete is its mastery over the disorders of the Lungs and Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it. When nothing else could reach them, under the Cherry Pectoral they subside and disappear. Singerß and public speakers find great protec tion Lom it. Asthma is always relieved and often wholly cured by it. Bronchitis is generally cured by taking tha Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent do3e. So generally are its virtues known that we need not publish the certificates of them here, or do more than assure the public that its qualities ara fully maintained. AVER'S AGUE CURE, F"i- Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Period ical or Bilious Fever, Ac., and indeed all the affections which arise from mala rious, marsh, or miasmatic poisons. As its name implies, it does CURE, and doe, not fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinines Bismuth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poison ous sub&tance whatever, it in nowise injures any patient. The number and importance of its cures in the ague districts, are literally beyond account and we beiieve without a parallel is the history of Ague medicine. Our pride is gratified by the acknowledgments wo receive of the radical cures effected in obstinate cases, and where other reme dies bad wholly failed. Un acclimated persons, either resident in, or travelling through miasmatic localities, will be protected by taking the AGUE CURE daily. For Liver Complaints, arising from the torpid ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimu lating the Liver into healthy activity. For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it I? an excellent remedy, producing many truly re markable cores, where other medicines had failed. Prepared by I>r. J. C. AVER A CO., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., and sold all around the world. Price, $1 per bettle. 4.leely B. F. HARRY, Agsnt. YALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for sale that valuable property known as WHITE HALL, situate in East Providence township, eight miles east of liloody Rnn, on the turnpike, about the centre of the township, in a desirable situation, containing 310 acres, with 120 acres cleared, and in a good state of cultivation, the balance well timbered with white and yellow pine, convenient to saw mil Is. The improvement* are a large three story house, large stable, two tenant houses, wagon-maker and smith shops. Church, school house, post office, store and mills convenient. Terms reasonable and possession given on tne Ist of April. 1809. Ssnartf D. A. T. BLACK. VT OTICE. xN All persons knowing themselves irdebted to Tuomas Kitchey, either by Store, Book account or otherwise, will please call and settle. The notes are in the hands of James A. Mann Esq., and the Books arc at the store of the subscriber. If riot attended to by the Ist day of June, they will then be placed in the hands of an Attorney for collection- Bloody Run. Pa, April 27, 18G9. 30aprlw REBECCA RITCHEY. PL AS T E R. —The subscriber would respect fully inform the public that he has just re ceive I from the city 80 tons of the best Nova Sco tia ROCK PLASTER, and will continue torecoive a- his stock diminishes until the first of April, which he will grind and keep for sale at Hartley's Slid, and will sell as cheap as can be bought for cash, or wheat, rye or corn, at the highest oash prices, taken in exchange. Rcmcmbor only uatil the first of April. Thankful for past favors I so licit a continuance of the same. 25d00 ANDREW J. MILLER. SHAMPOONING, HAIR DRESSING AND SHAVING. I am determined to fight it out on this line all summer and will warrant entire satisfaction to all my patrons. I am also prepared to weave hair, make switches and curls on tho shortest no tice and most improved styles. Room on Jnliana St.. one door south of the Express Office. 23apr3m H. F. CRAWLEY. jpAINTIXG. The Subscriber respectfully informs tho public, that he is procured to do all kinds of PLAI.y and FANCY PAINTING, PAPER HANGING Ac., at shortest notice, in town and country. And all kinds of Wood Imitation ear fully executed. Price moderate. The patronage of the public is respectfuilysclicited. 9aprlßC# lyr M. P. SPIDEL. \\7" ANTED.—First-class traveling salesmen, to V V sell by sample : good wages or a liberal per cent, und steady employment. Address with stamp, B. F. HOWE, 63!) Arofc Street, Philadel phia, I'a. 16apr4w mill' NOT MAKE MONEY 1 V With our Stexcil akd Ket Cases Outfit, and by selling Novel and attractive articles? Cir culars free. STAFFORD MFG. CO., 68 Fulton Street, New York. 12w SALESMEN WANTED by a Manufacturing Co., to travel and sell by sample a new line of goods. Situations permanent; wages good. n. 11. RICHARDS A CO., 413 Chestnut St.. Phila delphia, l'a. IGaprfw ALL KINDS OF BLANKS, Common, Admin istrator's snd Executor's, Deeds, Mortgages, sudguient Notes, Promissory Notes, with and with out waiver of exemption, Summons, Subpoenas and Executions, for sale at the Inquirer office. Nov 2. 1886 ACKRTIFICAT OF SCHOLARSHIP in the firt/anl, Shattun <t Kimberly Business College of Philadelphia, for sale at this office. MARRIAGE CERTIFCATES.—On hand and for salt at the Inquirer office, a fine assort ment of Marriage Certificates. Clergymen and Justices shou'd have tbem. HARPER'S WEEKLY. HARPER'S BAZAR FRANK LESLIE. CHIMNEY CORNER aud all other Illustrated papers for sale at the Inquirer Book Store.