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IWofO Inquirer.
KD WIR1). PA., F&IDAT, APRIL I, 18JO
DIRECTORY.—The following is a directon
of the Officers of Bedford County and tht
Borough of Bedford, of the Ministers of Bed
ford, and the time of meeting of the different
associations:
LLDFOBD COC3ITT OFFICERS.
FVeeident Judge —lion. Alex. King.
Aeeoeiatt Judge* —Win. G. Eichnlti and Gso.
W. Gamp.
Prothonotary, Regieter and Recorder. —John
r. Heed.
JHstrict Attorney —E. F. Kerr.
Treasurer —Bsigh Moore.
Sheriff— Williem Keyser.
Deputy Sheriff —John A. LVssin.
County Surveyor —Samuel Ketterman.
Conniaionere —F. P. Beegle. George Eider,
aid P- M. Barton Clerk —John G. Fisher.
Cancel —John W. Dickeraon.
Direetore of Poor —H. Egulf, Adam K.
lenfyl, and J. I. Noble. Steward Samuel
LeSbanfh. Couueel —J. W. Dickerson. Clerk— A.
Ransom, Treasurer —William Bowles. Pl.yeician
—l>T. F. C. Reamer.
Auditore —M. A. Hunter, Owen McGin,
and S. Whip.
BOROIGH OFFICERS.
Rurgeeo —V. Stack man.
Anirtasl Rurgce* —Josiah Haley,
Council —W. Bowies, Jonathan Brightbill, W.
M. Cook. J. M. Shoemaker, Hiram Lents and J.
Reed. Clerk —H. Nieodemua. Treaeuter —Jno.
11. Kush.
CoueUMt —Richard Carboy,
High Countable —Lawrence Defibaugb,
School Direetore —Job Mann, Isaac Mengie,
Geo. Mengie. Jacob Bowser. Geo. Mardorff. Geo
11. Mcngel, Secretary. H. Niedoains. Treasurer.
■hiISTIM.
Kpier opal'an —Rev. Alfred J. Barrow.
J'reebytcrian —Rev. R. F. Wilson.
Lutheran —Rev. J. (J. McAttee.
Jlethodiet —Rev. A. W. Gibson.
Herman Reformed —Rev. 11. Heckerman.
Roman Catholic —Rev. Thomas Heyden.
ASSOCIATIONS.
liedford Lodge, No. 320, A. Y. M., meets on
the first Wednesday on or before full moon, in the
liedford Hall, on the corner of Pitt and Richard
streets.
Peace Branch Encampment. No. 114, I. O. 0.
F., meets on the first and anird Tuesday even
ings of each month, in the Bedford Hail.
Bedford Lodge, No. 202. I. 0. 0. F., meets er
c Friday evening, in the Bedford Hall.
liedford Lodge, So. 148, I. 0. G. T., meets in
the Court House, on Monday evening of each
week.
Bedford Council , No. 502. 0. U. A. M., meets
I D Thursday evening of each week, in the Mason
i Hall.
11l STISGDO* A BBOADTOI- R. R.— Fall A rrogne
■ Mail Train leaves Mt. Dallas at 1.06 P. M.
arrives at Huntingdon at 4.20 P. M. I.eaves
Huntingdon at 8.40 A. M.—arrives at Mt. Dallas
• t 11.52 A. M. Coaches leave Mt.Dallas for Bed
: : i on the arrival of each train.
Coaches lea\e Bedford for Mt. Dallas at 11.00
\ M. to connect with the Mail Train.
The Post Office in Bedford will open at 7 o'clock
M. and close at 8 o'clock P. M. during week
days, and on Sunday will be kept open from 7
till S o'clock A. M. j
%m\\ fairs.
Important Notice.
All persons knowing themselves indebted j
■o the late firm of Durborrow A Lntz, are
hereby notified that all accounts must be set
tied promptly. Those indebted for subscrip
t. us will ascertain the facts and amount by
cfvrence to the date on the yellow slip with
their newspaper address. All bearing date
prior to Jniy 15th 1868 are indebted to Dur
borrow A Lntz for the amonnt due up to that
rime. Accounts for advertising Ac., have been
'"urwarded to all at various times. These ac
counts must now be settled ; no longer indul
gence can be given. Those neglecting this
notice must not complaiu if they find their
accounts in the hands of an officer for collec
tion. Joxa Ltrrz.
2>iantf
WELL'S TANNERY in Wells Township, Ful
<->u Co., was destroyed by fire on the 18th
The insurance will fully cover the loss.
ACCIDENT. —Last Saturday Mr. Jacob Fet
ters constable) was thrown out of a spring
wagon and severely injured.
M. E. CHURCH. —Next Sabbath is the first
arterly meeting. Dr. B. B. Hamlin is ex
peeled to preach in the morning at 10$ o'clock.
ALL the Monthly Magazines, Periodicals
and daily papers can be bad nt the Inquirer
Book Store.
ONE day last week, .V.r. Wm. Shaeffer sold
his farm in Bedford Township, to Mr. .Jacob
Miller for $6,600.
EPISCOPAL SERVICE will be held in the
Court House, on Sunday next, by Rev. Mr.
Pedlope, and the Holy Communion adminis
tered.
ALL the Leading Newspapers published in
the United States may be found on file at the
Advertising Agency of G. P. Rowell A Co.,
f No. 40 Park Row, New York.
THE Largest Newspaper Mail which goes
any one firm in this country, is received
by G. P. Rowell A Co., the New York Ad
vertising agents. Their place of bnsiness is
it' No. 40 Park Row.
LOST.—Between the Corner at Metzgar's
ardware store and Ed. McMullio's house,
through the fields), a pocket book containing
SIE.OO and valuable papers. The finder will
be suitably rewarded by leaving it at this
office.
Go to the I.vqCIRCB Book Store for station
ery, school books, miscellaneous books, news
papers, magazines, pens, pencils, inks and
every thing in that line. Don't be .afraid to
go in and look around anyhow—No harm done
f yon don't bay.
THE Odd Fellows of this place intend cele
brating the National Anniversary of the order
on the 26th inst., by a public procession in
full regalia, to proceed to the Cemetery,
where they will dedicate the burial lot of
Bedford Lodge No. 202 which has been beau
tifully enclosed with an iron railing.
As an appetizer, the Constitution Bitters
are the best. As a remedy for headache, they
are the best. As a cure for dyspepsia, the
Constitution are the best. As a medicine to
take, they are the best, and we advise all to
try the Constitution Bitters. They are sold by
all Druggists.
BLANK receipts for the use of Treasurers of
school Districts, and Justices' receipts for
county taxes, Executions. Subpu nas, Sum
monses, all kinds of blancs for school Direc
tors, Judgment notes. Deeds Ac., Ac., always
on hand at the IXJCIRER Book Store.
THE Remarkable Properties of Brown's
Bronchial Troches have been thoroughly
tested since first introduced. The demand for
them has steadily increased, and purely upon
their own merits, they have found favor with
those who, from Pulmonary, Bronchial, or
Asthmatic complaints, require them. For
Coughs and Colds they are efficacious.
A WONG THE INDIANS.—Lieut. Herndon tells
us that no tribes of aboriginees' are found in
he deepest forests of South America, from
the Andes to the Atlantic coast, that do not
have and use DocL Ayer's medicines and
Lowell cottons. "Tremont," "Suffolk,"
Boott," are seen stamped in large red and
blue letters npon their garments, while Ayer's
'lis and Cherry Pectoral are among the
treasures of their habitations. The native
soil famishes them all their food and most of
• r remedies, hot they suffer from some
a:frictions which must have the interposition
of higher skill.— Sentinel, Libtrty , Ya. Jtn
MORRISON'S COTS. — New Enterprise is rap
idly growing. Mr. Beck *r.d Mr. Farry have
pot up several fine buildings during the past
year, to be used as store-rooms, offices, and
manufacturing shops. Our friends Messrs.
Charles Buck, J. T. Ketring, J. P. Williams,
J. Furry, and Dr. Charley l>ong. intend put
ting up fine residences the coming Summer,
and we understand Andrew Stayer A Bro.
intent to start a grocery this Spriog. The
town is being laid out in streets and eiget lots
have been sold with a fair prospect of having
• houses erected ou them before, long. Surely
this is lire enterprise. We learn that our
friend Mr. William Aaron intends erecting u
fine brick building in Pattonville next Sum
mer, the first story to be used for offices, and
shops, and the upper story to serve as a town
hall. The Pattonville Literary Society will
certainly know how to appreciate a favor of
that kind, as will also the people of the town
ship. May the enterprise meet with un
bounded success,
i Mr. Austin Shoemaker intends erecting a
I dwelling house on the border of Pattonville.
Eberly's plaining mil! and sash factory ou
Clover Creek (Waterside) is doing finely.
The Woodberry High School, under the
supervision of H. W. Fisher, Co. Sup't, will
open in Woodberry on Tuesday, the ">th inst.
DOST forget that the Inquirer Book Store
is the place to buy school books, pens, inks,
stationery Ac.
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!!!— Are you insured'.'
If not, don t delay to secure a Policy in the
Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company, of
York Pa. The York insures against loss or
damages by lightning, whether fire ensues or
not. And live stock whan insured iu barns,
are also insured against death by lightning ou
the pJemises of the assured. These are uew
features in insurance, (without additional
cost), not extended to the assured bvanyoth
er Company. The York is the only Mutual
Compauy that never made an assessment.
W. A. EDWARHS, Agent,
lapriltf Bedford, Pa.
MAUXOMA WATER. —Superior to the best
imported German Cologne, and sold at hal
"rice. tf.
A TYPOGRAPHIC At. error occurred last week
in our "local'' on fire. Instead of John
Snoicden, it should have read John Growden.
We learn since, that the lire originated iu
the frame building from the stovepipe, and
had gained such headway before it was dis
covered,"that notwithstanding the repeated
efforts of the friends and neighbors it was
impossible to arrest it. The loss is eitimated
from $2->OO to S3OOO. This is certainly a
sad affair for Mr. Growden and lady to have
their home, for which they had toiled roanj
years, thus swept away.
THE Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will
be administered in the Presbyterian chnrcb,
of Bedford, by Kev. R. F. Wilson, next Sab
bath, (April 3d.)
The annual collection for Education, Pub
lication and Freed men will be taken up.
Service on Saturday at 2p. m. Sabbath
morning at 101, arid evening at 7.
After sermon on Saturday the congregation
will determine as to the election of some
more elders, aDd if the way be clear, proceed
to their election.
WE have watched the course of so many
distressed, emaciated and forlorn dyspeptics,
of worn-out and prostrated females, who have
taken a new lease of life, and gradually re
ceived vigor, strength, health, and the power
of social pleasure from the effects of Planta
tion Bitters, that we are not surprised at the
Testimonials daily received. If it is a pleas
ure to do good in tbe world, how full mast be
the measure of the Proprietors of these cele
brated Bitters.
WHO WANTS A SEWING MACHINE ? —We
have a new $.55,00 Grover and Baker sewing
machine which we will dispose of on easy
terms to any one who wants a good machine:
and who does not want a good sewing ma
chine?
ALSO a new Singer Sewing Machine for
sale as cheap as cau be sold in the com
munity and on the best of terms.
Itooks and Periodicals.
Ai.i. books and periodicals noticed in this
column are to be had at tbe INOCIRCR Book
Store.
Oca V OUXG FOLKS for April, contains:
We Girls: The Daddy Long Legs and the
Fly (ooem); Rye's Fritters: How Battles are
Fought; Derby's Wedding: The Goose Race;
How Uncle Blue Jacket Captured the Picket-
Boat: The Two Catterpillars; The Evening
Lamp: Our Letter-Box. Price 20cts. Fields
Osgood A Co.. Publishers, Boston.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY contains:—Joseph
and his Friend IV ; The English Governess
at the Siamese Court: The Advent Preacher;
Through the Woods to Lake Superior: Cour
age ; A Luroberwoman : Reviving Virginia ;
Right and Left: My Triumph: The Gods of
Wo Lee: An Alpnie Home and Literary No
tices. Terms $4.00 per annum. Field Os
good & Co., Publishers, Boston.
THE CHILDREN'S HULK is the best Maga
zine for children we have seen. Only $1.25
per year. Address T. S. Arthur A Sons
808 A 811 Chestnut St., Phila.
THE MOTHERS MAGAZINE edited by Rev. D.
Mead, is published at No. .7 Beekman Street,
New York, by E. T. Farr, SI.OO per year.
Send 1-5 cents aud get a copy by return mail.
THE April number of GOOD HEALTH is brim
full of interesting aud beneficial reading mat
ter. We would recommend this Magazine to
those of our readers who want to iearn of
Physical and Mental culture. Published by
Alexander Moore, Bromfield St., Boston.
Terms $2,00 yearly.
THE Aldine Press, for March contains :
American Art in Solid Silver : A Bit of Ego
tism : Referring to tbe Ledger; Whither
(original poem); A Dream wbich was not all
a Dream : Old Testament Shadows; The
Crown of New England; Influence of Art on
the Miud; Chateaubriand's Atata (secood pa
per); Two Styles oi Engraving: Topics of the
Month: Art: Music; New Publication; Wesley-
Harper (obituary notice): and Stolen Sweets;
Sutton, Bowr.e A Co., publishers, 23 Liberty
St., New York. Price $2.00 per annum.
On rollers to go by mail safely, 52.00.
The Techxolouist.—The second number
of this journal has reached us and is fully up
to the promise held out by the first. It con
tains a very fine full page engraving, on tint
ed paper, giving the details of the East River
Bridge Caissicn. Other articles of great in
terest serve to render this number valuable,
both to the practical man and to tbe general
reader. Amongst them may be mentioned
The Manufacture of Porcelain, Recent im
provements in Distillation, Street Railways,
Ocean I.ines of Telegraph, The Paris System
"ot Drainage. Influence of Occupation on
Health, The History of the Lucifer Match,
Isomelrical Projection, The Science of Little
Things, Ac., 4c. Those who desire to ex
amine a copy of this journal should send
twenty cents to the Industrial Publication
eompany, 176 Broadway. New York.
Metholiist Almanacs for 1870, for sale at
he Inquirer Book Store.
School books are selling cheaper at the
Ixtji'ißEß Book Store than anywhere else in
town.
Tribi se Almanacs for 1870 for sale at tbe j
Inquirer Book Store.
SCHOOL BLANKS.—Articles of Agreement,
between Director* and Teachers, Checl s ■
Bonds of Collectors, Warrants of Collectors Fond
of Treasurers, A., for sale at the /ayo.rer office, j
Occupational Ailments.
I Fresh, pore air is a vitalizing elixir. Who-
I ever is debarred hy circumstances from uu
I restricted access to this invisible, but power
ful stimulant, needs a medicinal invigorantoj
some kind. The great object should be to
choose the best. Popularity is a pretty good
guarantee of merit in this scrutinizing and in
telligent age, and.tried by this criterion, Hos
> tetter's Stomach Bitters stands first among
the invigorating and regulating medicines of
; the present day. To the wants of persons en
gaged in indoor employments, especially in
crowded factories where even with the best
■ possible ventilation the atmosphere is always
in some degree polluted, this salubrious
vegetable tonic is peculiarly adapted. The
nature of the ingredients is no mystery. It
coosiats of an absolutely pure diffusive stimu
lant, tinctured—or rather surcharged—with
the fluid extracts of sanatous roots and barks
and herbs. The pharmacopoeia has its
tinctures, but what are they? The juice of
only a single root or bark or plant is present
in each. Not one of them combines tbe three
properties of a tonic, an aiterative, and an
aperient. Alt these elements are blended in
the Bitters: nor are these the sum of its
medicinal recommendations. It is also a
blood depurent and an antispasmodic.
The baleful effect which air t>at bag been
partially exhausted of its oxvgeu by frequent
breathing produces on tbe vital organization,
is notorious, and when this devitalized at
tnosphere is superadded tbe raephitic vapor
; of hot air furnaces, it becomes deleterious
and depressing in the extreme. To enable
; tbe system to bear up, even for a few hours
\ each day against tbe debilitating influence of
! a vitiated atmosphere, a wholesome tonic and
alterative is urgently required. This grand
desideratum is supplied in Hostetter's Bitters,
which as a strength sustaining, health-pro
tecting agent has no rival either among offic
inal or advertised medicines. laprlm
MARKETS.
BEDFORD MARKETS.
I CORRECTED WEEKLY BY C. K. OSTEK A CO.
White Wheat per bushel SI.OO
Red " " " 90
! Cora '■ " 80
' Oats " " 40
Potatoes '• " 50
i Flax Seed " 1.73
Clover Seed " " $6.00(:6.50
Timothy Seed " " 3.00
Apples " " 75
, Flour, per barrel 5.60Q 6.00
Butter, per pound 30
Tallow " " 10
Beeswax " " 30
Lard " " 20
Pork " " 11
Wool '• " 40(,45
Turkey " " 8
Beef ,i "
Eggs '• doz 20
Chickens " " 2.25
Wood—Hickory, per cord 4.00
" —Oak. " '• 3.00
PHIL'A LIVE STOCK MARKET.
PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE MARKET.
Pmi.sbcl.eiiu, March 28. —There is a
steady demand for clover seed, and further
sales are reported at $8 121a8 47}. Timothy
is scarce, and may be quoted at $Sa6 25
Small sales of flax seed at $2 25a2 35 per
bu-hel.
There is no improvement to record in the
tlour market, the demand being extremely
light both for export and home consumption.
Sales of Buo barrels, chieflly Pennsylvania
' extra family, at $-5 25a5 50 per barrel, in
chiding North western do. do. in lot at ssa
-5 75: Indiana and Ohio do. do. at $5 25aG 25; i
j fancy lot at $6 -50a7 50: extras at $4 62)a4 75; j
and superfine at $4 371a4 50. No change in i
rye flour or corn meal.
There is no change in wheat, and but little
i demand for tbe article; small sales of Penn- j
sylvama red at $1 lHal 25. Rye cannot be j
quoted over 01c. Corn is unsettled, and |
there is more offering: sales of 4,000 bushels
| yellow at 95ca$l. Oats are in limited re
quest, with sales of 2.000 bushels Pennsylva
nia at 05c, and 1,200 light Delaware at 09c.
j Barlev is dull; 6.000 bushels Canada sold at
$1 071; 3,000 bushels ou secret terms, and
1,000 bushels New York, two rowed, at 85c.
MARRIED.
(In the 17th <f Marrh, by the Ke-. C. I'. IleiL 1
man. Mr. JOHN EDWIN DAVIS and Mi j
MAHY JANK DAVIS, both of Pieasanrviile.
DIED
; On the 28th nit., XOSIB HEILMAN CRIST,
son of John Crist, agcl 3 rears, 10 months and
27 days;
On the 21st ult.. CHARLES ALEXANDER
BI'RKET, aged 2 years, 8 months and 8 days.
gfw gUlvrrttefmcnts,
j All advertisements, except public sales and
legal notices, will be inserted three months and i
charged accordingly unless otherwise ordered.
<*) una A YKAR ANB BXPBKSSS TO
VfVjUvU Agents to sell the celebrated WIL
SON SEWING MACHINES. Tbe best machine
l in itie world. Stitch a/ik* on both sidet. Ox*.
: MACHINE WITHOUT MOSXT. For further particu
ars, address 25 N. Oth St., Philad'a, Pa. apl
BOUNTY.— SOUIETT enlisting be-
O fore July 22,15ti1, for the term of three year?
and discharged by reason of Surgeon's certificate
i of disability, are entitled to SIOO.OO B anty.
Soldiers enlisting under act of "uly 4th. I?G4,
1 and discharged by reason of expiration of ser
, vice, arc entitled to unpaid instalments ofbounty.
1 am fully prepared to attend to ail classes of
j Soldiers' claims. EDWARD F. KERR,
lap2w Attorney at Low, Bedford, Pa.
IT* XECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby
I_i given that Letters Testamentary have been
granted by the Register of Bedford county, to the
. undersigned on the Will of Joseph Mortiinure.
; Sate of Harrison township, dee'd, that all persons
I indebted to said estate are requested to make im
j mediate payment, and those having claims there
on can present them dulv authenticated for set
tlement. JAMES MORTIMORK.
Executor of Joseph Mortimore, dee'd.
JI- i!< H, April 1. I
QHStIFFi SALKS.-
By virtue of sun
dry writs of Venditioni Exponas. Fieri Facias
\ and JLartra Facias, to me directed, there will be
j Exposed to Sale by Public Vendue, at the Court
House, in the Borough ot Bedford. i.n SATURDAY
j th?2:M day of APRIL, A. D 1870, at 10 o'clock,
; A. M.. the following described Real Estate, to
i wit:
A tract of patented land, situate in Bedford tp..
j Bedford county, containing 231 acres and 41
1 porches, more or less, about 100 acres cleared
I and under fence, part meadow, balance well tim
' bered. adjoining lands of John Sharer, Geo. W
j Stivers, Wm Cbenoweth BDd Dunning? Creek.
( about 2 miles from Bedford, with a new house and
bank barn thereon erected ; Seized and taken in
Execution as the property of R. S Mapos and J
S. Brannaman.
Also: All defendant *. Win F. lckcs. interest
in and to a tract of land, containing eighty acres
more or less, about 65 acres cleared and under j
fence with a two story log lipase and b ink barn j
thereon erected, adjoining lands of John Whet
stone. John W. Crisman and Sam'l lekes, situ
ate in St. Clair tp , Bedford county. Pa.
Alto: Two lots of ground situate in Bloody
llun Borough, adjoining lots of John A. Qump i
on the north. West street on the West, Pbilip Bot
tomfield on the East, and David Beßbaugb on the
South, seised and taken in Execution as the prop. :
ertj of Win. Nycnm
Also: All the following described Real Estate, I
situate in the Borough of St. Clairsville, county
and state aforesaid, consisting of two lots of i
: ground, each fronting fiity feet on main street i
and extending back two hundred feet to an alley,
bounded on the South by Kachael Xawgle, and
on the North by the street intervening between
this property and Peter Arnich. being the same
two lots of ground which Frederick Berkhimer
by bis last Will and testament in writing inly
proven and dated the Istb of Sept., 1H62, willed
and beqnethed to his daughter. Mary Berkhimer,
which said will isiecorded in Will Book No. 4
page (05, Ac., and being the same two lots of j
f ;runnd which the said i.ary Berknimer by her
ast Will and testament in writing dated Au
gust lSth, 1564. and recorded in B ill Book No. 4
page 460 willed and bequethtd to Mar, J. Slick,
one of the grantors herein, seized and taken in
Execution as the property of Thomas W Slick and
Mary J. Slick.
Sheriff's office, WM. KEYSER.
Bedford, March .51. 1870. Sheriff.
rpo CONSUMPTIVES.— Providentially my
X daughter was restor d to health by simple
means, iriikont mtiieSmt. The particulars will
be sent frit. Rarer.* K. Hoosi.ow, Stockton
St, Brooklyn, Long Island. 2 a mar It i
R |MIK MAGIC COMB will change any col- j
X ored hair or beard to
a permanent black or brown. It contains uo I
pittas- Any one can use it. One sent by mail i
forsl. Address MAGIC COMB CO.,
I'imar'lm Springfield, Mass. I
gnu gjttotisjemfuiiS.
rpHE MAMMOTH CRYSTAL
FRONT
OXE PRICE STOKE,
OF J . M . SHOEMAKER,
BEDFORD, PA
NEW GOODS just Received at J.
M. Shoe in nker'fi
Mammoth Cry slat Front One Price Store.
NEW GOODS just Received at J.
M .Shoemaker's
Mammoth Vrytttl Front One Puce Store
NEW GOODS just Received at J.
M.Shoemaker's
Mum mot/, Crystal trout O/tt Frier Store.
NEW GOODS just Received at J
M Shoemaker's
Mammoth Crystal Front One Fmee Slot-
NEW GOODS just Received at J
M Shoemaker's
Mammoth Crystal Front Cm* Price Sioie.
BUY your Dry Goods, Groceries
Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Queensware
Fiab, Notions, Leather. Tobacco, Ac., at J. M
Shoemaker's
Mo mi a nth Crystal Ft out One Price Start.
BUY your Dry Goods, Groceries
Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes Queensware
Leather, Fish, Notions, Tobacco. Ac., at J. M
Shoemaker's
Ma in IH ol It Crystal Front One Prtre Store.
BUY your Dry Goods, Groceries
Clothing, ifats, Boots and Shoes. Queensware
Notions. Leather.Tobacco, Fish, Ac., at J. M
Shoemakers
Mammoth Crystal Front One Puce Store.
BUY your Dry Goods, Groceries
Clothing. Hats, Boots and Shoes, Queensware
Notione. Leather, Tobacco, Fisb, Ac., at J. M
Shoemaker's
Mammoth Crystal Front Our Price Store
BUY your Dry Goods, Groceries
CJothiDg. Hats, Boots and Shoes Queensware
Notions. Leather, Tobacco. Fish. Ac., at J M
Shoemaker's
Mammoth Crystal Frout One Price Store.
NEW FEATURE J M. Shoemaker has ad -
ded a large and well selected stock of all kinds of
carpets, at prices truly astonishing. Call and
see.
On aod after the first day of April, next, goods
will be sold for Caeh, Produce or Mole only, at
the very lowest prices. Call and examine my i
stock and prices and you will be convinced that
I am determined to give customers good bargains, j
J M. SHOEMAKER
llodford. Pa . Mar. 31,1870 _____
I > EGISTER'S NOTICE.—AH per-
I\ sons interested, are hereby notified that the
following named accountants have filed their ac
counts in the Register's Office of Bedlord county,
and that the same will be presented to the Or- 1
phan's Court in and for said County, on TUESDAY 1
the 261h day of APRIL, next, at the Court
House in Bedford, for confirmation ;
The account of G H. Spang and Wm M Hall, i
Trustees to sell the Real Estate of John Reilcy 1
late of Juniata tp., Bodford coumy, dee'd
The supplemental account of Abraham Ritchey, : ]
Executor of the last will, Ac., of Abraham Hitch- ! ]
ey. Sen , late cf Snake Spring tp., dec d.
The account of James Carnell, Esq . Adminis
trator of the Estate of John KennarJ, late of
Monro# tp., dec d.
The account of Jacob Bowers and Michael
Bowers Executors of the last will. Ac , of John j
G Bowers, late of Napier tp.. deed.
The account of Leonard Griffin, Esq , Adminis- !
trator of the Estate of tieorge Peck, late of Ea st
Providence tp., dee d
The account of Samuel Boyer, Administrator
of the Estate of Joseph Boyer, late of. uniata tp.,
dec d.
The account Andrew X Baker Administrator of
the Estate of William Smouse, late of Middle
Woodberry towuship, dee d.
The account of John Sparks, Trustee for the
sale of Ihe Real Estate of Daniel Buzzard, late
of West Providence tp., dee d.
The acctunt of James Cessna, Esq, Executor ot
tho last V. ill. Ac.. of John Miller, late of Cumber
land Valley tp.. dee'd. i j
The account of Daniel Mctzgar. Esq.. Guardian
of Elmira Palmer, Susan Palmer. George Palmer, .
an' Henrietta Palmer, minor children of Sophia ,
Palmer, late of Juniata tp , dee'd.
The account of William England. Administra- .
tor of the Estate of Elisabeth England, late of
Snake Spring tp., dee'd
The account of John A. Mowry, Administrator ; •
of the Estate of Peter Mowry, late of Xapier tp . 1 !
dee'd. I 1
I The account of Leonard Bittner. Esq.. admin-
I istrator of the Estate of Sophia Palmer, lat. of
> Juniata tp , dec'd.
The account of Jacob Baruhart. Administrator
of the E-tate of Adam Brnhart. late of Bedford
I tp , dec'd.
The account of David Young. Executor of the
last Will, Ac., of Henry Swartz, late of East Prov
idence tp , dec'd.
The account of David Young, administrator of
the Estate of Mary Swarfs, late of East Provi
dence tp., dec'd.
The account of J. J. Barndoiiar, one of the
Evecutorsof the last Will, Ac., of James Piper,
late of Hopewell tp . dec'd.
The account of Joseph R. College and John
| College. Administrator of the Estate of llenry
; Collage, late of East Providence tp.. dee d
The account of Anna Ober. Administratrix of
the Estate >f Joseph Ober, late of South Wood ber
ry tp dee d (as to personal Estate )
The account of Anna Ober, Administratrix of
the Estate of Joseph Ober, late of South Wood
berry tp., deceased, (as to real Estate.)
The account of David Miller, Esq , Administra
tor of the Estate ot George Deatricx. late of Har
rison tp., dee d
The account of Khoda Evans, Administratrix
of the Estate of Cadwallador Evans, late of Cum
berland Valley tp., dee d.
The account of Jacob L. Albright, Esq . Trus
tee for the sale of the Heal Estate of Robert Glos
sen, iate of the State of Maryland, dec'd.
The account of Nathaniel Kegg. Trustee for the
sale of the Real Estate of John Kegg, late of Ju
niata tp.. dee d.
Certified JXO. P REED. Register
mar.'ll w 4
LIST OF CAUSES PUT DOWN
FOK TRIAL AT APRIL TERM. 1870,
251h day )
Thomas Growden vs Arch. BUir et al,
Charles W. Colrin vs William J. Rook et ai.
Thomas Growden vs Arcb Blair et al,
Eli Thomas vs George Chacey et ai,
R Ktrkpatrick A Co. vs Geo. R Eurodollar's
Adm'r,
Job M Shoemaker A Co. vs W T illiam A. Powell,
Jaeob Bobliti vs David M. Black,
Alex. McGregor's Adm'r vs Wm. A. Rciuinger.
Elisa Collins vs John T Collins. Adui r
Same vs Isaiah Collins. Adm'r,
Bernard Clayhaugh vs Isaiah Mills.
Wm M. Lloyd's indorsee vs School District Hope
well township.
Jacob Devure'a Kx'rs vs Michael Devore.
Certified March 17. 187U
mar 24w4. JON. P. REED. Prot'y.
rnuis IS NO HI ÜBUG :
X By finding 35 cents,
with age. height, color of eye* and hair, you will
receive, hy return uteil, ti eorrect picture of your
future husband or wife, with name and date of
marriage. Address W. FOX, P. 0. Drawer No.
24, FultuDtille, N. Y. 26mar4w
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letter* of
Administration having been granted to the
subscriber by the Register of Bedford county, on
theestate of Jacob Wagaman, late of Juniata tp.,
dee'd, notice is hereby given to those indebted to
said estate to make immediate payment and
those having claims against the same will present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
2imar LEONARD BITTNER, Adm'r.
1 vIS.-OLCTIOX OF PARTNERSHIP.
\J We, the undersigned, have this day dissolv
ed partnership in the cabinet and marble business
by mutual consent. The Cabinet business will
be continued by R. V. Leo and the Marble manu
factory by John 11. Rush. All the accounts Ac.
of Leo A Co. will be settled by R. V. Leo, and all
the accounts of Rush A Co. will be settled by
John H. Rush. R. V. LEO,
.March I#, 1870.-4t JOHN H. RCSH.
rn'ERYBODV in wantof WALL PAPER ex-
Xj amines the,s!ock at the Inquirer Book Store.
JMwiteementjS.
L 1 *?.. 0 ? VKPKB OF FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE in tie coun
ty of Bedford, for the year 1870:
Bedford Borough.
Clai*. . .
in i u * C ° Stur ® !S ®"
1 * Co do 20 00
14 £"" s U Lyons do 7 00
14 Robt Fran t Jo 7 00
IB Miller A Bowser do 2# 00
'• 1 ii' 44o, 'Kcr Hardware 20 00
"ii £. ho ® m * lle '' Store 12 50
14 * '•Defibaugli do 7 00
U * H Shuck do 7 00
,13 Miss M Border do 10 00
14 Geo Reimund do 7 00
13 Mrs fc v Mowry do 10 Oil
. i I nine Lipple do 7 M
| 3 Ibos M I.ynch Hardware 10 00
| B IS M Blymyer A Co, Stoves A Tinware 12 50
I 4 Dr. IS F Harry Drugs 7 00
■l4 H Ueckcrman t Son do 700
14 John O Smith Confections 7 00
14 Geo. Merdorff do 7 00
14 Mise M Fetterly Store 7 00
14 Daniel Border Jewelry 7 00
14 Lntz A Jordan Book (Store 7 00
l.t EM Fisher A Babies Store 10 00
' 4 D W Croose Tobacconist 700
14 W C Garwood Store 7 00
14 Wm Riser uu 7 00
II Win M Lloyd Banker 15 00
14 I avid Brode Confections 7 00
14 Isaac Mcngcl Billiard! 7 00
Bedford Township.
14 Bedford Min. Springs Ten-pins 7 00
' 4 <lo do Billiards 7 00
U ,11) Cramer Ten-pine 7 00
14 Godfrey Yeagei Store 7 00
'4 E V luler do 7 00
Bloody Htm.
10 Win Barudollar Store 20 00
14 do do Boots and Shoes 700
7 J B Williams Store 40 00
14 F Masters Drugs 7 00
12 States A Morgan Store 12 50
14 James Sheeder Confections 7 00
14 A J Njcurn Store 7 00
14 John C Black Confections 7 00
13 Satnnel Grove Boots A Shoes 10 00
10 Baugbioan, Gump A Co. Hardware 20 00
14 J B Tobias Stoves ic 7 00
1' Bedford Co. Bank ltankiwg House 13 00
Brrxtd Top Tp.
It Daniel Rowland Store 7 00
1) KB IVigton do 7 00
11 Lowry, Eichelbcrger A Co Store 12 50
1' Ei helberger Brothers do 7 00
1- Beddings a Jenkins do 7 00
Cumberland Valley.
I! L> H Anderson Store 10 00
11 WmLaney do 10 00
Cohrain tp.
1. 4 C James Store 10 00
K .Nans * Helrick do 10 00
11 Benj Kegg do 700
14 Satnl Hunt do 7 00
IlopetreO tp.
14 McCauiant A Byers Store 700
Harrison tp.
I V B Wert* Store 7 (JO
II las I'Shoemaker do 10 00
1J Chas Marboorg do 10 00
•Titniata tp.
11 llillcgas a Co Store 7 00
II Silas W Keyset do 7 no
i i EN Fyan ACo do 7 oo
II tieo Gerdill do 7 00
14 Joseph Fuller do 7 00
II Leonard Market do 7 00
„\ ap 'n r tp.
14 E Richards a Cw Store 7 oe
14 Chas Crisuiann aCo do 7 00
14 H. Shoenthall do 7 CO
M. II oodLtrry tp.
111 J> F Keagy Ftore 10 00
15 A S Loogcnceker tCo do 10 00
1. Geo. Kautfiuan do 7 00
u. Jacob Brennemun do 10 00
4 Wm R Smith Drugs 7 00
,4 Wm Roberts Store 7 00
14 Stover Busier do 7 CO
S. H oodln try tp.
11 Bayer a Diddle Store 10 00
14 C L Buck x Bros do 7 00
14 LB Replogle do 7 0,,
14 Jonafhon Dav>s do 7 Oo
Cast l'rortdtnrx tp.
14 Simon Kycum Store 7 00
14 Jacob Fclton do 7 00
14 J College A Bro do 7 00
llc.<f I'roci<lrjto.
14 John Giibcrg Store 7 Otl
4 J M Barndullar do 7 00
11 Wm H Allen do 700
Londonderry tp,
* Tho p Dorter Store 7 00
< Jacob Beal.- do 7 00
1 Jacob Evans do 7 no
O'Docnell x -Mauley do ]A til)
4 Patrick Bracken do 7 00
Southampton.
. 4 John Mors Store 7 oO
4 James Elder do 7 00
4 • J M Purccll do 7 00
4 Daniel Tewell do 7 O0
4 Gee Purccll do 7 00
t Geo Lashley do 7 00
4 11 C Lashley do 7 00
Monrot tp.
4 J R O'Neal Store 7 00
4 Daniel Fleti her do 7 00
4 Eli Ash t Son do 7 00
Saxton Borough
2 J Aa E Eichelbcrger Store i 12 50
2 Littie x Stolcr do 12 50
4 David M Jones Confections 7 00
Liberty tp.
4 John V. Besser Store 7 Oo
Coledalt Borouyh.
4 .Mrs Annie Prince Store 1 00
4 liichard Langdon do 7 00
Srh'ildtnry Koronyh.
2 Donley A hull Store 12 50
2 Egolt a Son do 12 50
2 J E Colvin do 12 50
3 J A Songster Hardware 10 00
4 A P liauiaker Store 7 00
2 I! M Taylor a Son do 12 50
St. Clat'r tp.
3 M Walker Store 10 00
4 E Blackburn .1 Co do 7 00
*4 G. D Trout do 7 00
14 David Miller do 7 00
13 C Ickes do 10 00
13 Adam lekes do 10 00
14 Mary Blackburn ACo do 700
11 Albaugh t Hall do 7 00
St. Clairscillf
13 G B Aiuick Store 10 00
13 Isaac Ilahn Uo 10 00
14 S Oeter do 7 00
14 F. D. Beagle do 7 00
I it ion tp.
14 J M Wallet Store T 00
14 Simon Hersbman do 7 00
14 Uriah Gorden do 7 00
NOTICE is hereby given that an appeal will
be held at tbe Commissioner's Office, in the Court
House, in Bedford, on Tuesday. 3d dav of May,
1870. JOHN A. CESSNA.
Mercantile Appraiser.
N. B. Persons whose names are not contained
in tbe above li.-t, wbo have commenced business
since the 1-t of April, IS7O, will please inform tbe
undersigned of tbe same. Also any who have
discontinued. JOHN A CESSNA,
la pi Mercantile Appraiser.
CIOURT PROCLAMATION.
/ To the Coroner, the Justice* of the Peace, and
Constable* in the different Totcnehips in the
County of Htdfard, Greeting: Kwow YE, that in
pursuance ola precept to me directed, under the
band and seal of the Hon. ALEX A"NDER K TNG,
President of the several Courts.of Common Pleas,
in the 16th District, consisting of tbe counties of
Franklin. Fulton, Bedford and fc einerset, and by
virtue ol bis office of the Court of Oyer end Tor
miner and General Jail Delivery for tbe trial ol
capital and other offenders therein, and tbe Gei
eral Court of Qnarter Sessions of the Peace; ami
ti. IV. til as and WII.I.IA* G. Eicholtz, Judge
of the same Court in the s.itne County of Bedford,
You and each of you. are hereby required to lie
and appear in your proper persons with your lie
cords, Recogniiances. Examinations, and ether
Remembrances, betore the Judges aforesaid, at
Bedford, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery aud Quarter Sessions of
the peace therein to be hulden for the county of
Bedford, aforesaid. o the 4*5 Monday of April,
being the 25 th dag, 1870. at 10 o'clock in the tore
noon of that day, there and then to do those
things to which your several offices appertain.
Giien under my hand and seal the 13tli day of
January, in the year of our Bord. 1870.
WILLIAM KEYSER,
Sheriffs office. '• Sheriff
Bedford, April 1, 1873. j 4w
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS in
I. and fur tbe County of Bedford.
Jacob A. Eichelbcrger ) April Term, 1870.
vs. No. 41.
Mary B. Eichelbcrger. J In Divorce.
To MARY B. EICIIEBUERGER, respondents
Yon will please take notice that a rule has been
granted on you in the above ease .0 show eause.
if any you have, why a divorce a eincnla matri
monii should not be decreed therein- Returned
Monday, April 25, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M. Per
sonal service having failed on account of your
absence. M. A. POINTS.
Att'v for Libellant.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
appointed by the said Court examiner, to take
testimony, in the above stated caer, will meet all
parties interested, at his office, in Bedford: 00
Wednesday, April 20, 1870, at 2 o'clock P. M., of
said day. A. KING, Jr.,
25mar4t Examiner.
MARRIAGE CERTIFCATKS.— onhand and
for sale at the Inquirer office, a fine assort
ment of Marriage Certificates. Clergymen and
Justices shou'd have them.
pfettlattam*.
HUNTINGDON A BROADTOP RAILROAD.
OB and after Thursday, Sept. 18, 1880. Pas
senger Trains will arrive and depart aa follows:
BR TBAIXS. now* MNS
Accom Mail. STATIONS Accom M ail.
P-M. A. M. * A. SI. P. M.
LES.4S T.A 845 Huntingdon, **lo.lo X *4.29
8.02 8.48 Long Siding 10.02 4.12
6.17 0.00 McConnellstown 0.46 3.55
6.24 9.07 Pleasant Grorc, 9.31' 3.48
6.40 9.22 Marklesburg, 0.22 3.32
6.56 9.38: CUTS* AON. 9.03 3.16
7.0' .46' Rough A Hea.lv 8.5.) 3.09
7.1> 10.01 Gov*, 8.40 2.55
7.24 10.05 Fisher's Summit 8.36 2.51
AR7.41 10.20 Sexton, T8.20 2.26
10.43 Riddlesburg, 2.09
10.52, Hopewell, 2.00
11.10 Piper's Run, 1.40
11.29 Tatesville, 1.20
11.45 Bloody Hun, 1.05
as 11.52 Mount Dallas, j LK 1.00
LE7.SC L* 10.30 Saxton, A* 8.03 AR2.25
8.95 10.45 Coalmont, 7.55 2.10
3.10 10.50 Crawford, 7.50 2.05
AR8.20 a R 11.00 Dudley, LE 7.40 L*1.55
Broad Top Cite.
May 24, '6O. JOHN M KILLIPS, Supt.
'THE BEDFORD COUNTY BANK,
BLOODS' RUN, PKXVA.
Accounts Solicited from Banks, Bankers and
others. Interest allowed on time deposits. Col
lections mad- on all acceptable points. A gener
al banking business transacted. Stockholders
individually liable for deposits.
STOCKHOLDERS:
J. M. BELL, Q. W. UARKEIXOX,
W. F. ORBISOX, D. p. fiVt.K,
JOHX ECOTT, H. . FISHER,
Tito WAS FISHLR, J. H. 6I.AZIER,
W. DORRIB,
— of First National Bank of Huntingdon, Pa.
s. L. BI'SHELL, Bedford, Pa.
a. arena. Kays Ilill, L'a.
J. a. BAENDOI.LAR, Bloody Run, Pa.
J.B.WILLIAMS, * do.
J. W. BARSDULLAR, do.
J. LITBOIS, do.
ISfcbtf JOHN Di BOIS, Cashier.
IMPORTANT.-
YVE respectfully inform all interested that,
January Ist 1870 our beoks will be closed. Every
account there upon must be settled by CASH or
NOTE without delay. After the period named
above, a credit of ninety days will be given to all
PROMPT PAYING customers, to whom we re
turn our thanks. Don't fail to remember that
our terms are THREE MONTHS, after which
period, wc will charge interest on all accounts.
A. B. CRAMER <L Co.
A GENTS WANTED, AGENTS WANT
-XA. Ed, $76 to S2OO per month, male and
female, to sell the celebrated and original
Common Sense Family Sewing Machine, im
proved and perfected ; it will hem, fell, stitch,
tack, bind, braid and embroider in a most
superior mauner. Price only sl6. For sim
plicity and durability, it has no rival. Do
not bay from any parties selling machines
under the same name as ours, unless having
a Certificate of Agency signed by us, as they
are worthless Cast Iron Machines.
For Circulars and Terms, apply or address,
11. CRAWFORD A CO.,
22oct6m 413 Chestnut St., PhiTa.
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A new literary eight page paper containing in
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FAMILY JOUnNAL OFFICE.
Isfe-lut Cor. 3d Avenue and 9th St., N.
WASHINGTON HOTEL.
This lurge and commodious house, hav ing been
re taken by the subscriber, is now open for the re
ception of visitors and boarders. The rooms are
large, well ventilated, and comfortably furnished.
The table will always be supplied with the best
the ii arket can afford. The Bar is stocked with
the choicest liquors. In short, it is mv purpose
to keep a FIRbT-CLASS HOTEL. Thanking
the public for past favors, I respectfully solicit a
renewal of their patronage.
N. B. Hacks will run constantly between the
Hotel and the Springs.
mayl7/69 Iy WM. LIBERT, Prop'r.
j,\\LL AND WINTER FASHIONS.
MRS. M. A. BINDER bas just arrived from
Paria and London with the latest designs, person
ally selected from the greatest novelties; also, the
most elegant Trimmings to BE secured in Paris.
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Flowers, Fine Jewelry, and Trimmed Paper
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Exclusive agent for Mrs. M. Work's celebrated
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Agents wanted every where, liberal inducements
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JTALIAN QUEEN BEES.
The undersigued, having 12 stocks of Italian
Bees, is now prepared to rear Queens for sale.
All persons desiring them will please send their
order.- soon. No orders filled unless accompan
ied with the cash. Price, six Queers to one ad
dress $2.50 each. Less number, $3 each. Purity
and safe arrival by mail warranted. Bee book
containing instructions for introducing Queens,
free. Address A. B. SNOEBKRGER,
New Enterprise,
4FT-b3m Bedford county, PA.
AfASONRY.
HARRY DROLLINGEK of llopewell, takes
this method of informing the public, that he is
prepared to execute at short notice and in good,
and workmanlike style. Brick and Stone laying,
furnace building and repairing and all other work
in his line, in Bedford and adjoining counties.
Parties wishing to secure his service, will address
him at Hopewell Bedford county Pa.
Svrtly.
J W. KNOX ,
BUILDER OF FIRST-CLASS
LIGHT AND HEAVY WAGONS,
Invites attention to his stock of finished wagons
and scasc-ned wood works. Shop one-balf mile
west of Bedford. 27aug
POINTING.
The Subscribers respectfully inlorui the public,
that they arc prepared to do all kinds of
PLAIN and FANCY PAINTING, PAPER
HANGING Ac., at shortest notice, in town and
country. And all kinds of Wood Imitation car
fulty executed. Price moderate. The patronage
of the pnblie is respectfully solicited. Shop on
corner of Pitt and Richard Sts.
M. P. SPIDKL, A WM. MINNICH.
9aprlS69 lyr
rPHE BEDFORD HOTEL
JL FOR SALK OR KENT.
The subscriber now offers this well kaown hotel
for Sale or Rvut. Possession gircn at any time to
suit purchaser. The budding is in good repair,
having jnst been thoroughly re-fitted. For furth
er particulars apply to
JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER.
28novtf Bedford Pa.
POR SALE.
Two dwelling Houses with valuable lots'sppur
tenant thereto, in Boydstown. Terms easy. In
quire of
J. \V. LINGENFELTER,
Soct.tf Bedford, Pa.
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tgHmltoutms.
HARTLEY A MBTZOER HAVING DISSOLVED
p&rto'-rahii' this day, tender their thanks to
their customers for tbe generous patronage dur
ing the part year?. Tbe HARDWARE A FARM
MACHINE business will be continued at the old
itand by S. S. MKTZGEK, who solicit* a fair
chare of the trade, promising to endeavor to ren
der eaiiafaction.
The account? and note? of Hartley A Metzger
will be settled by S. 8. Metzger. Whilst a rea
sonable time will be given for payment, we insist
on settlement of all Book accounts by note or
each, on or before May Ist, 1870, after which
time fait will be brought on sll accounts not closed.
March 3d, 1879. lltner.lt
\T ALU ABLE REAL ESTATE AT PL'B
> LIC! SALE
The undersigned, Administrator with the Wfll
annexed, of Nicholas Strayer, lete of Middle
Woodberry township, Bedford county, dee d, by
virtue of the authority and direction in said Wil!
contained, will offer for sale, and sell by public
outcry, upon tbe premises, on MONDAY, APRIL
4tb, 1870, all the following described Real Estate,
situate in the township, aforesaid, to wit : All
that oertain TRACT OF LAND, adjoining lands
of Martha K. Duncan, dee'd, on the East and on
the South, E. Hammond, Esq., on the West, and
the heirs of John Cashman on the North, con
taining 13J ACRES, more or Jess, about fifteen
acres cleared, the balance of :he tract is well tim
bered. This property will be offered whole or
in pr.rls to suit the convenience of purchasers.
Deed made and possession given immediate',/
upon compliance with conditions of sale.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M. of said
day, when due attendance will be given and terms
made known by
JAMES MADARA,
Adui'r with Will annexed of Nicholas Strajer,
dae'd. llmartt
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sadden attacks of Croup, it should be kept on
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provided with this antidote for chem.
Although settled Consumption is thought in
curable, still great numbers of eases where tbe
disease seemed settled, have been completely
' cured, and the patient restored to sound health
by the Cherry PectoraL So complete is its mas
i tery over the disorders of the Lunge 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.
Singers and Public Speakers find great protec
; tion from it.
Astbina is always relieved and often wholly j
j cured by it.
j Bronchitis is generally cured by taking the •
I Cbeiry Pectoral in small and frequent doses,
So g nerally are its virtues known tlia we need |
not publish the certificates of them here, or do i
more than assure the public that its qualities are
fullv maintained.
AVER'S AGUE CURE.
For Fecer and Ague, Intermittent Freer, Chill
Freer. Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Period
teal or Bilious Feter, die., ond indeed
ail the affections which arise from
malarious, marsh, or wiasstatic
poisons.
As it name implies, it does CURE, and does not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis
muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonons
substance whatever, it in nowise injures any pa
tient The number and importance of its cores
in tbe ague districts, are literally beyond account,
and we believe without a parallel in the history
of Ague medicine. Our pride is gratified by the
acknowledgments we receive cf the radical cures
effected in obstinate cases, and where other reme
dies had wholly failed.
Unacclimated persons, either resident in, or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will be
protected by taking the Ague Cure daily.
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpidity of
the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimulating
the Liver into healthy activity.
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it
is an excellent remedy, producing many truly re
markable cures, where other medicines had failed.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AVER dt CO., Practical
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., and sold ■
all round the world.
PRICE, SI.OO PER BUTTLE.
2ldccly DR. B. F. HARRY", Agent, i
NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF
REED & SCIIELL.
The gentlemen composing the above firm are
very desirous that their creditors should signify
to them, by some concerted action, what time
they are willing to give the assignees to convert
their assets into money. Mr. Sehell has not ap
pointed any individual assignees and is averse to
doing so, and he is anxious to know what dispo
sition the creditors would desire him to make of
his property so as to realise the greatest amount
for the creditors ot Reed A Scbell. The creditors
arc, therefore, requested to meet in the Court
House, in Bedford, on FRIDAY', the 2ith day of
March, A. D. 1870, at I o'cioek. for the purpose
of taking such action as to them may scctn meet.
E. F. KERR,
ISmar J. K- DI'RBORRoW.
IAXECI'TORS* NOTlCE.—Letters testamenta
j ry having been granted by the Register of
Bedford county, to Aaron Evans and Jonathan
Evans, on the estate of Joseph Evans, iate of
Broad Top township, dee'd. all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate arc requested
to unite payment without delay, and those hav
ing claims will present them property authentica
ted fr settlement.
AARON EVANS,
Eagle Foundry. Huntingdon 00. Pa.
JONATHON EVANS,
Ismarfit* Cassville, Huntingdon co. Pa.
N'OTICE. — Money and Old Castings Wanted.
—All persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to tbe proprietor of the Bloody Run Foun
dry, either by note or book account, will please
call and settle between this and the fifteenth of
April next. If this is not attended to, you will
have vourselves to blame if tbere arc costs added.
March 11, 1870 4t F. FULTON.
ESTATE OF PRISCILLA ESH ELM AN, DEED.
Letters of administration having been grant
ed the undersigned by the Register of Bedford
county, on tho estate of Priscilla Esbclman, late
of Monroe twp., dee'd., all persons having claims
against said estate will present them for settle
ment, and persons owing said estate will please
make prompt paTment
GEORGE NYCUM, Adrn'r.,
Umar Monroe twp.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersigned w?
appointed an auditor at the lete session of
Orphans' Court of Bedford county, to distribute
the assets among the creditors ol the estate of
Martin T. Foor. late of East Providenee town
ship, dee'd. He will meet all parties interested
who may see fit to attend at bis office, in Bedford,
on Thursday, the 24th day of March, A. D. 1870,
at 1 o'clock, for the purpose of mak ing said dis
tribution. J. R. DURBORROW,
11 mar Auditor.
HARPER'S WEEKLY, HARPER'S BAZAR
FRANK LESLIE, CHIMNEY CORNER,
and all other Illustrated papers for sale at the
Inquirer Book Store. tf
DICKENS' NOVELS, full sets, at 25 cents
per novel, at the Inquirer Book Store, tl
HARPER'S W EEKLY, HARPER'S BAZAR
FRANK LESLIE, CHIMNEY CORNER
and all other Illustrated papers for salo at tba
Inquirer Book Store. tf I
ITIBI GREAT MEDICAL DISCOY'ERY !
DR. WALKER'S
CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS
More tfuiit .'>oo,ooo persons bear testimony
to their Wonderful Curative Effects.
WHAT ARE THEY? They are not a VILK
FANCY' DRINK, made of Poor Rum, Whiskey,
Proof Spirits, and refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced
and sweetened to please the taste, called "Tonics,''
"Appetiser?," "Restorers," Ac., that lead the tip
pier on to drunkeness and ruin, but are a true
medicine, made from the native Roots and Herbs
of California, free from all Alcoholic stimulants.
They are tbe GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and
LIFE GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfect Renova
tor and Invigorator of tbe System, carryiag off
all poisonous matter, and restoring tlse blood to a
healthy condition. No person can take thcs<-
Bitter? according to directions, and remain long
unwell.
CIOO will be given for an incurable case, pro
vided the bones are not destroyed bj mineral pri
sons or other means, and the rjtel organ* wasted
beyond tbe point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism,
and Gout, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, Bilious, lie
mittent, and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liter, Kidneys, and Bladdsr, these Bit
ters have been most successful. Such Diseases
are caused by Y'itiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement ot the Digestive Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether in
young or old, married or single, at tbe dawn of
womanhood or tbe turn of life, these Tonic Bitters
have no equal. JE®-Send fur a circular
TIIEY ARE A GENTLE PURGATIVE AS
WELL AS A TONIC, possessing also, the pocu
liar merit of aeting as a powerful agent in reliev
ing Congestion, or Inflammation of the Liver,
and all the Y'isceral Organs
Cleanse the Y'itiated Blood whenever you find
it? impurities bursting through the skin in Pim
ples, Eruptions or Sorea; cleanse it when it is foul
and your feelings will tell yen when. Keep the
blood pore and the health of the system will fol
low.
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed anu removed.
In Bilious, Remittent, and Intermittent Fevers,
these Bitters have no equal. For full directions
read carefully the circular aronnd each bottle,
printed in four languages—English, German,
French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor.
32 Commerce St., N. Y'.
K. H. MCDONALD A CO.,
Druggists, and g- neral Agents, San Francisco
and Sacramento, California, and 32 A 34 Com
merce St., N. Y\
SSS-SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS A DEAL
ERS. 4mar3m
I WAS cured of Deafness and Catarrh by a tim
) 1 t>le remedy and will send the receipt free.
MRS. M. C. LEGGET, Hoboken, N. J.
Smart*
FARMERS, Their Sons, and others, can
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I I* is a sound, labor saving, money making book,
i Thousands have bought it, and thousands more
I want it. lath Edition ready. Live Agents want
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| 4inar4w 499 Chestnut St., Pbila.
TNFORMATIO X
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I Energetic Young Men and Ladies can make $75
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HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE
FOR FAMILY" USE—simple, cheap, relia
ble, Knits everything. Agents wanted. Circular
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HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO,
I ISfeb.lni Bath. Me., or 176 Broadway, X. 1.
0 OS 8 I'M FT ION.
BROXCniTIS, ASTHMA, and CATARRH.
Curt-il by inhalation. Abbott's Inhaling fluid
if tbe only remedy known that operates on tbe
Long*—dissolves the tuberciet, which are thrown
off, tbe cavities heal, and a cure is effected. Treat
ment by letter or in person can be had only of
Q. VAN III'MM ELL, M. D.,
6auglom 16 West 14th St., N.V.
$30 HISKLEV c„^r ,N,; MA S3O
Tbe most perfect machine yet invented.
Will widen and narrow, turn a heel, or point a
toe. It will knit plain or ribbed. It will knit
stockings, drawers, shirts, hoods, comforters, mit
tens, Ac. It is cheap, simple and durable. It
seta up its own work, uses but one needle, and re
quires no adjusting whatever. It will do the
same work that the Lsxnb machine will do, and
easts less than half as mneh. and has not the
tenth part of the machinery to get out of order.
Circulars and samples mailed free on application.
Agents wanted.
All machines guaranteed.
STRAW A MORTON Gent. Agents,
j 20aov!y No. 20, Sixth SL, Pittsburg, Pa.
: TMIE MAGIC COMB will change any
A colored hair or board to a permanent black or
brown. It contains o poison. Anyone can use
it. One sent by mail for sl. Address
MAGIC COMB CO.,
24dec.1m Springfield, Mass.
{EVERYBODY can be accommodated with
A WALL PAPER at the Inquirer Book Store
OATARRH, HEADACHE and WEAK EYES,
POSITIVELY Ct"REP BT
SASSAFRAS AND WITCH HAZEL.
A package will be sent by mail pcti-paid on re
ceipt of Twenty-fire cents.
My Catarrh was immediately relieved by your
Sassafras and YVitch Haxel.
Rev. ASA BROYY'N.
I can read without wearing spectacles and the
weakness is entirely gone since using your Sassa
fras and Witch Hazel.
NORMAN BARNES.
Y'our Sassafras and YVitch Haxel has never fail
ed to relieve mv headache within fire minutes.
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Circulars seut free and a liberal inducement is
offered to Agents everywhere.
Address Rev. MARTIN DUTTON,
18feb3m Bible House Station, New Y'ork.
A SPLENDID ARTICLE of Blank Deeds
on the best parchment paper, for sale at the
Inquirer office.
8 ARS APAIULLA,
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
'l'bc reputation this excellent medicine enjoys,
is derived from its cures, many of which are truly
marvellous. Inveterate cases of Scrofulous dis
ease, where tbe system seemed saturated with cor
ruption, have bees purified and cured by it.
Scrofulous affection? and disorders, which were
aggravated by the scrofulous contamination until
they were paiufally afflicting.have been radically
cured in such great numbers in almost every sec
tion of the country, that tbe public scarcely need
to be informed of its virtnes or uses
Scrofulous poison is one of the nost destruc
tive enemies of our race. Often, this unseen and
unfelt tenant of the organism undermines the con
stitution. and invites tbe attack of enfeebling cr
fatal diseases, withont exciting a suspicion of its
presence. Again, it seems to breed infection
through the body, and then, on some favorable
oecaeion, rapidly develop into one or other of its
hideous forms, either on the snrfaec or among the
vitals. In the latter, tubercles may be suddenly
deposited in the lungs or heart, or tumors formed
in tbe liver, or it shows its presence by eruptions
on the skin, or foul ulcerations on some part of
the body. Hence the occasional use of a bottle
< of this BARe APA RII,LA is advisable, even when
no active symptoms of disease appear. Persons
afflicted with the following complaints generally
find immediate relief, and. at length, cure, by the
use of this SA IMA PAPILLA: .St. Anthony's
Fire, Pose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
Scold Head, Ringworm, S'ore Eyes, Sore Ears,
and other eruptions or visible forms of Scrofulous
disease. Also in the more concealed forms, as
Ityspepsia, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilepsy,
Seuralejia , and the Various Fleerou* affections of
the muscular and nervous systems.
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases
are cured by it, though a long time is required
for subduing these obstinate maladies by any med
icine- But loDg continued use of this medicine
will cure the complaint. I.eucorrhcea or Whiten,
Cterini Ulcerations, and Female Diseases, re
commonly soon relieved and ultimately cared by
its purifying and invigorating effect. Minute Di
rections for each case are found in our Almanac,
supplied gratis. Rheumatism and Gout, when
caused by accumulations of extraneous matters
in the blood, yield quickly to it, as also Liter
Complaints, Torpidity, Congestion or Inflamma
tion of the Liter, and Jaundice, when arising as
they often do, from the rankling poisons in the
blood. This SAPSAPAPILLA is a great resto
rer for the strength and vigor ol tht system.
Those who are Languid and Listless, Despondent,
Sleepless, and troubled with Nervous Apprehen
sions or Fears, or any of the affections symptom
atic of Weakte?s, will find immediate relief and
convincing evidence of its restorative power upon
trial.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AY'ER A CO.,
Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
J&!- Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
lTdeely
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