Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, May 11, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated May 11, 1855 Page 4
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CIRCULAR. The undersigned present their mo-t sincere thanks to their numerous patrons for their very liberal pat ronage since opening Ihe NEW STORE on the nth 1 April, ISS-1, which has succeeded far beyond their most sanguine expectations, and has inspired them ■with reneded efforts to replenish their spring supply with such styles for the coming season, as cannot tail to please the most fastidious. And, as our motto, QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS, has been fully . ar ried out, and will continue the ruling feature, you v may rest assured of purchasing your goods at the CHEAP SIDE at the verv lowest possible prices. Respectfully. REPP it OSI ER. June io, 1854. DOCTOR YOURSELF! fjjjjfa The Pocket JEsculajiius: or umf iW ever y une t'ix own Physician. iH llSBfi 1 • ISJ The 50th Edition, with one Ei vS>? '3l hundred engiavins®, showing iSI iseases and Maltoimafions of W JSI T^e human system in every form and shape. To which i- added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, being of the highest importance to married people, or those contempla ting marriage. By YVM. YOUNG, M. 1). Let no father be ashamed to present a copy of the A.SCELAPIT Sto his child; it may save him fiorn an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of married lite without reading the POCKET ./ECU LA PI US. Let rioone suffering from a hacknied Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights, nervous feelings, and the whole tr.iiri of Dyspeptic sensations, end given up by their physi cian, he another moment without consulting the ,-ESCUL APFCS. Have the married, or tho-e about to be married any impediment, read this truly useful hook, as it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws of death. person sending TWENTY-EJYE GENTS enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of This work by mail, or five copies will be sent lor One Hollar. Address, (post paid,) Dr. \YM. Y'OUNG, No. 152 ispruee St., Philadelphia. May 2(1, 1554.—1y. Cooking; Mlovfs. On hand and just receiving a lot of new pa tents of Cooking Stoves, tui wood and coal, at BLYMIRCS. In addition to bis former stock, the subscri ber has received a splendid assortment of Brass, Bell Mettle, Iron and English Kettles, which M ill please all in want of the article, —also a variety of other articles useful for house keep ers. He has also on hand a lot of pump chains and fixtures, all of which will be sold low for cash, or on a short credit. GEORGE BLYMIRE. May 19, 1554. "Fellow Citizens^ Do vou want to leave your measure for a JJ& FASHIONABLE SUIT OF CLOTHES, warranted to give satisfaction in STVI.E, QUALI TY, FIT and MAKE ? Do you want to see a large and splendid Stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestinirs, and other seasonable goods tor AIKA'S W. IRK] Do you want to see a fine assortment of COATS, PANTS and VESTS, gotten up in a style not in terior to the best ordered work Do vou want Under Garments of the u right stripe ," or FUR NISHING ARTICLES that "cun't be brut," or HOI'S CLOIISIIG for your Sons ? In short, if you want ail or any of these things so essential to the adornment and comfort ut the "outer man," call 011 STEPHEN'S, Merchant Tailor, McKaig's Row, Baltimore Street (next door to Campbell's Drug Store,) Cumberland, Md. IF/"" If vou want an OUTFIT of CHEAP READY-MADE CLOTHING, I would advise you to tall at the RAILROAD CLOTHING STORE, mar the Depot. May 19, 1854 ly. VALUABLE I'ROPERTI FOR NILE. The subscriber will sell, nt private a!e, bis valua ble Property, situate in i'mou Township, Bedford County, Pa., on which he at present resides, contain ing fit) acres oi patented land, 30 of which are cleared and under post and rail fence, the balance well tim bered with good saw timber. This property is on the waters of Bobbs'Creek, 4 miles north of Adol jihus Ake's Mill, on the public road leading from Bedford to Johnstown or Jefferson, within I'd miles of Jefferson, and 16 tniles of Hollidaysburir. The im provements are a Stone Grist Mill, with two run of Stones, one pair first rate French Burrs, with stood merchant and country Bolt-, and a complete Smut Machine. The Machinery is all good and substan tial, and is partly new. The water power is suffi eient during the entire year, and the custom is nood and plenty of it. There is al-o a new Saw Mill on the premises, which will cut from 1300 to 2UOO feet oLL'Jmber a day inch measure, which is ready ,-aje at the Mill. One ol the Dwelling Houses is a three story frame, suitable for a public liou-e or Store House, and is well finished. There are three other dwellings, two frame and one log house, aiso a frame stable and Wagon Shed, and other necessarv build ings. AHo, will be sold, another Tract of Land contain ing 300 acres, about 74 acres of which are cleared, of which 10 are good meadow with facilities for mak ing 20 or 30 more. The balance well timbered and well watered by the Bobbs' Creek running through it. There is on the premises an excellent site cal culated for either Grist Mill or Saw Mill, with head and fail of 22 feet. There is a variety of choice fruit 'rees on the tarm. The buildings are one good Log House and Stable and other outbuildings. Also, will lie sold, 640 acres of good timber land, convenient to the Saw Mill, on which are tire very best of saw logs. The above land is all patented, and a clear and indisputable title will be made to tl,e purchaser or purchasers. Those wishing to purchase good pro perty. will learn the conditions, (which will he mod erate.) by calling with the subscriber, residing on the first named property. CASELTOX AKE. July 21, 1851. A. Blod^e^ .ITTORXEY AT LJH\ MILL attend punctually to all business en trusted to his care. :./ ' Office nearly opposite the office of the Bedford Gazette. March 3, 1854. PIGS. The undersigned hat ing obtain ed from the East a fine selection of choice breeds of Hogs, including Chester countv Suf folk, Grade and Berkshire Pigs, direct from im ported stock, can now furnish any of these va rieties to those desirous of improving their stock. A fine Jot of Chester county Pigs, from the ce lebrated stock of Benjamin Hickman, Chester county, now lor sale. Terms moderate. WM. HARTLEY, Mount Dallas Farm. Jan. 12, 1855—6 m. TOOTH ACHE.—Persons are not general ly aware that Dr. Keyser's Tooth Ache reme dy, prepared by him at 140 Wood Street, PitUs burg, Pa. and for sale at Rupp &. Oster's in this place will stop immediately an aching tooth. Whoever tries it will he convinced. Dec. 8, 1854. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. The Great Furifier of the Blood ! NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT Let the. Jlfflicted Rett<l and Ponder! An Infallible Remedy (or Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Postuleg on the Pace, Blotches, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlarge ment and Pain of the Hones and Joints, Stub born Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from an Injudicious Use of Mercury, Jmpru- dence in Life, or Impurity of the Blood ZZf" This great alterative medicine and Pu rifier of the Blood is now used bv thousands of grateful patients front all parts of the United States, who testify daily to the remarkable cures performed hv the greatest of all medicines, "CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE." Neu ralgia. Rheumatism, Scrolula, Eruptions on the Skin, Liver Disease, Fevers. Ulcers, Old Sores, A flections of the Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints, Pains and Aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily put to (light by using (his great and inestimable remedy. For all Diseases of the Blood, nothing has vet been found to compare with it. It cleanses the system of all impurities, acts gently and effi ciently on the Liver and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to the Stomach, makes the skin clear and healthy, and restores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine vigor and strength. For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than all the cosmetics ever used. A few doses of CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE will remove all sallowness of complexion, bring the roses mant ling to the cheek, give elasticity to the step, and improve the general health in a remarka ble degree, beyond all the medicines ever beard The large number of certificates which we have received from persons from ail parts of the United States, is the best evidence that there is no Humbug about it. The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and public men, well known to the community, all add their testimo ny to the wonderful effects of this GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Call on the AGENT and get a Circular and Almanac, and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all medicines has performed. None genuine unless signed BENNETT REERS, Proprietors, No. 3 Pearl Street, Rich mond, Va.: to whom all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed. Sold bv Dr. F. C. BF.AMER, Bedford; J. M. BARNOOLLAR, Bloody Run: A. B. BUNN, Schellsburg, and by Dealers in Medicines ev erywhere. Oct. 20, 185+. Iv. LlYltlt C OHI'LAIVr, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or .Yervous Debility, Disease of the Kidneys, and nil Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipation, inward Piles. Fullness of Blood to the Heid, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart burn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the. Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Patn in the Side, Back. Limbs, ike., Sudden Flu-hes ol Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits, CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CURED nv DR. HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, I'rrjrirrrl hi/ DR. C. -M. JACKSON, Ao. 120 Arch Strerf, Philadelphia. 'I heir power over the above diseases is not ex celled, it equalled, by any other preparation iu the I nited States, as the cures attest, iu many cases after skilful physicians lead failed. Th ese Bitters are worthy the attention of in valids. Possessing great virtues in the rectifi cation of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the most seaiching powers in weak ness and aflections of the digestive organs, they are, u ithal, safe, certain and pleasant. REJII) .LVD BE GOXVJXCED. J. I). STRING, Laceyville, Pa., April 6, 1854, says: "I can get you some good certificates for your German Bitters in this vicinity if you wish them. A iady purchasing some of it this week, says that it is by far the best medicine she ever knew, having done her and her daugh much good, &.c." S. B. LA W-ON, Benfard'S Store, Somerset Co., Pa., August 15, 1853, savs; 'T am much at tached to your German Bitters, having used two bottles of it, which i procured from S. Kurtz, your agent at Somerset, and found great relief from in disease of the Liver. I find it has great effect upon my lungs, strengthening and invig orating them, which, as I am a public speaker, is a great help to me." DR. GILES, Newton Hamilton, Pa., May, !Sol,said: I have used myself half a dozen bottles of your German Bitters for Liver com plaint and diseases of a nervous character, re sulting from the abuse of mercury. 1 was poi soned and afflicted with spasms from the use of this latter article. The German Bitters is the first article from which I obtained any relief. 1 have also given the article to many dyspep tics, with the most salutary result. I think as many more bottles will cure me." J. C. YOUNG, Esq., of Dauphin, Pa., writes May 5, 1851 : ''l was afflicted with General Debility, intestinal weakness and Costiveness, fur which I used many different remedies with out relief. lat last used your Hoofland's Ger man Bitters. I took a few bottles according to directions, and was completely cured. I have not been so healthy lor ten years as I have been r.ince I took your Bitters, which is about one year ago.'' ihe Bitters are ENTIRELY VEGETABLE, al ways strengthening the system and never pros trating it. Sold by dealers in medicine and storekt epers everywhere. And by | Dr. F. C. Reamer, Bedford, Pa. Oct. 20. ISM IV. Truth is Might y I Important neics for the Invalids of Albany! ' PIUKRniRfHE'K HYDRC-ELECTRIC VOLTAIC CHAINS, A J\"e tr, Novel, and strictly Scientific Mode °f applying Electro-Magnetism Jor t he- Instant Relief and Permanent Care of all A ER VOL'S DISEASES, Is for the lirst time introduced to the people of Al bany and vicinity. We know that there is too much good sense among the inhabitants of this place to de sire a long, unmeaning, extravagant advertisement ; hence we shall simply give you a history of the Chains, and the success they have had in curing with in the last year, I\'ER I'OUS DISEASES. Pulvermacbcr's Electric Chains were first used in France, three years since, where the success that attended their use, soon attracted the attention of the FIRST .MI NICAI, men in Paris, who took pains to give them a still further trial, and recommended their adoption in the different Medical Colleges of that Kingdom. Within the last two years they have been introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia, Bel gium and England, wheie they soon became the mo<t popular article for the INSTANT KKI.IKF AND PF.RNIA NKNT (.T HE of that class of diseases called Nervous. One year since they were introduced into the United States, and can now be found in all the prin cipal cities isi the Union. Jt is necessary to speak at length of their great success and unparalleled sale, wherever they have been introduced. It is sufficient to state that they are highly recommended by Pro fessor Mott, Van Buren,Po-t andCarnochow, of New Yoik, and also in daily use in every Hospital in that city. SI,OOO dollars will be given to any person who will produce so many well authenticated certificates of cure, from intelligent patients and scientific phy sicians, of the following diseases, as may be found in a pamphlet of 30 pages, to be had (gratis) of the on ly agents in Albany, DEXTEK ifc NEELAGEK. Painful and Swelled Joints Palpitation of the Heart Rheumatism Neuralgia of the Face Pains in the Back Nervous Headache Deafness, Blindness Dy-pepsia, Indigestion Pains of the Liver General Debility Nervous Cough Female Disease.- Tooth Ache Prolapsus Uteri. It is not strange that the application <>t Electro- Magnetism will instantly relieve pain, wherever lo cated, more quickly than opium or any of its com pounds— lor it is base,l upon the true theory of the origin of pain—a lack of the nervous fluid, which the Chains supply, by being applied over the parts af fected—alter first being moistened with common vin egar, which is the only preparation necessary. The common sense of the people all over the coun try is awakening, and they have concluded that they will no longer make drug .-hops of their stomachs, or he guilty of swallowing the miserable, disgusting nostrums that are thru-t before the public. RHEUMATISM, that common disease of this climate, can be almost INSTANTLY relieved of it# pain arid a permanent cure produced by simply applying a chain of 18 links for a few days, a few hours each day. PROLAPSUS UTERI. More than one hundred cases of this disease have been cured within the last year, that had baffled ev ery other mode of treatment, by wearing a ,'fO link chain for a few weeks, by attaching one end upon the spine and the other on the abdomen. After a simple application the worst symtoms disappear, and the patient soon gains flesh and strength. 1 do not know of one single instance that has not been great ly benefitted, if not permanently cured. ONE WORD OK CAUTION TO THE LADlES.— Ladies who are ENCIF.NTE, are requested to wear them only for a few moments at each application, for by long and frequent use NIISCAERIACK is often produced. JOSEPH STEINERT, General Agent, Broadway, JVej e Yuri. -Igent:—Dr. F. C. RHA.MLU, Bedford, Pa. June 0, lS'il—ly. ElOi ML THE subscriber hav ing removed to the Men gie HOUSE, in the Borough of Bedford, re cently in the occupancy of Mr. Isaac Mengle, respectfully announces to his old friends, and the public generally, that he is fully prepared to accommodate all who honor him with a call, and hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of custom. He will make it his study to render comfortable all who stop with him—and he in vites Travellers, Movers, Drovers, and persons attending Court to give him a trial. His stabling is of the best quality, and com petent to accommodate a large number of horses, and it will always be attended by an obliging and attentive hostler. Boarders will be taken by the dav, week, month, or year, on reasonable terms. ■ Determined to spare neither pains nor ex pense to make his house what it should be, he confidently relies upon the public for a gener ous support. JAMES S. BECK WITH, j March 31, 18f)4. \ew 55 B-aiii A; Hook Wk wish it distinctly understood by this communi ty and country, that we pay particular attention to i the selection of our Drugs and Medicines, purchasing none hut the very lest and purest articles. YVe have tor sale cheap all the approved popular patent medi cines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Jaytie's Medicines, I Pain Killer, and all the Sarsaparillas. Also Lubin's Extracts for the Handkerchief, fancy soaps, colognes, pommaues, ox marrow, be. We also keep constant ly on hand a general assortment of School Mtscel ; laneoo* Pools, Blank Books, Cap and Post Paper, Arc., : ixc., tvc. in fact, if you want anything in the Drug, Medicine, Book, Soap or Brush Imp, call at the New Drug and Book Store and you shall he accommodated. B. F. HARRY. Jan. 13, 1854. LUMBER ! LUMBER ! ! The subscriber has on hand a large assortment of LI MBER of the best quality, among which is 100,000 Shingles, of different kinds; 75,000 feet of superior Boards, and a splendid lot of Locust Posts. Builders, and others in want of Lumber, will find it to their advantage to ex amine his large assortment. F. D. BEEGLE. Jan. U, 1553. GUN SMITHING. DANIEL B. BORDER respectfully informs the citizens of Bedford and vicinity that be has removed his shop to the house in the east end of Bedford, one door west of the residence of Major Washabangh, where he is to manufacture Double and Single barrel Rifles and Double and Single barrel Shot duns of the best quality. Ail repairing of cruns, locks, &c., done with neatness and despatch. May 2G, 18.i 1.. iiil'c Insurance. Key SI one .Mutual Life Insurance Company oj Uarrisburg, Pa., has a Guarantee Capital of $75,000. I'iesiilent, Hon. Li tiier Rkiif.y, M. D. Pam phlets, Circulars and all neces.-ary information can be obtained by calling at the office of the subscriber, authorized agent for Bedford County. C. N. HICK OK, Agent. Samvki. D. Scott, M. D. Medical Examiner. October 10, 1851. GLOBE HOTEL, West Pilt Street, Bedford, Pennsylvania. VALENTINE STECKMAN, Proprietor. April 7, 185-t.—ly.* TIN & COPPER WARE. THE subscriber is prepared to furnish, whole sale and retail, 1 in aiul Chopper Ware in Teat variety, on the most reasonable terms. GEO. BLYMIRE. Hedi'ord Hotel, And General Stage Office. The subscriber respectfully begs leave to an nounce to his old friends and the public, gener ally, that lie has leased the Bedford Hotel, at present in the occupancy of Col. Adam Barn hait. and will take possession on the Ist day of April next. It is not his design to make many professions as to what he will do, hut lie pledges (lis word that his most energetic efforts will iie employed to render comfortable all who give him a call. The House will be handsomely fitted up, and none but careful and attentive servants will he engaged. Persons visiting the Bedford Springs, as well as those attending Court, and the travelling commandv general ly, are respectfully invited to oive him a call and judge for themselves. taken by the week, month, or year, on favorable terms. [JjP"Amplc and comfortable stabling is at tached to this Hotel, which w ill always he at tended by a careful hostler. Also, a safe and convenient carriage house. Qj f All the STAGES stop at this Hotel. JOHN HATER. March 16, 1855. Di'surx syid Hooks. <gs3& DK. F. C. REAMER yb j Having purchased the Drnp^U'—U-J/ and Book Store of Dr. S. D. Scott, u ill constantly keep on hand at his establishment in Julianna Street, a complete assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Olass, Varnishes, Brushes of ail kinds, Patent Medicines, Lamps, Perfumery, Fancy ' Soaps, &c. &.c. together with an extensive col lection of School and Miscellaneous Books, Blank Books, Common antj Fancy Stationery, Ac. which lie offers at greatly reduced prices lor cash. Bedford, Feb. 17, 1854. HARDWARE STORE. The subscriber, thankful lor past favors, would respectfully beg leave to announce to the public in general that he has just received from the Eastern Cities, in addition to his stock, a large and well selected assortment 'of Hardware, embracing every article usually found in Stores of this description. His stock of Nails, Steel, Shovels, Edge Tools, building Hardware, Cutlery, Saws, Chains, Locks, Hiti j ges, Screws, Chissels, Planes, Stair Rods, Cof fee Mills', Augurs, ba - ., Ax., is very large arid of the best quality, and will he sold at a small profit. H" also keeps a general assortment of Groceries, Sprees, Jxx., vc., to which he invites the attention of the people. He lias removed his Store to the Room occupied as the Post Of fice. Call, examine, and judge Ibr vourseives. ANDRIS SAL"PP. June 10, 1853. WM. P. SCHELL. ATTGRNEY AT LAW, j IRE attend faithfully to ail legal business T ? entrusted to his care in the Counties of Bedford and Fulton. Bedford, Nov. 1, 1847. C. N. HICEOK, Dentist. OFFICE on Pitt-street, nearly opposite the Bedford Hotel, Bedford, Pa. Teeth plug ged, Regulated, &c. and artificial teeth inserted from one to an entire set. Charges moderate, and all operations warranted. Terms.—CASH. Bedford, May 3, 1850. COACH AND WAGON FACTORY. The undersigned having entered into part nership in the above business, would anuounce I to the citizens of Bedford County that they are now prepared, at their Shop at the East End of this Borough, to furnish C.-.URIAGES and BUG- < GJES, of every style and price ;, also, COACHES, WAGONS, and PLOUGHS. BLACKSMITH work of I every description executed to order, on the shortest notice, at their shop adjoining the Coach Factory. Determined to keep none but the best of; : workmen in their employ, and to sell as cheap !as any other establishment in the State, they ; I hope to receive liberal encouragement. HCF" Country Produce of all kind:- taken in; i exchange for work and the highest prices al-! | lowed. We respectfully invite the public to j give us a call. WM. WEISEL, JOHN" FOSTER. , Bedford, Feb. 3, 1854. A CARD. HAVING disposed of my Stock of Drugs, Medicines, ! Books, Ike., to Dr. FRANCIS (_'. KF.AMER, 1 take this i opportunity of recommending him to my friends and j former patrons as a Physician of much experience and skill, in whom they can place entirp confidence, j S. 1). SCOTT. ! Feb. 21, 1851. DR. WII. IS rag 4 31 Having permanently located in Pattonsville, j Bedford County, respectfully tenders his servi ces to the public in the line of his profession. Pattonsville, March 3, 1853-ly. STOVE BLACKINC ALL persons in want of Stove Blacking will j find an article called the Victoria, superior to j anything of the kind now in use. GEO. BLYMIRE. W E£- CIiAUKE, ' wrru I3tmn, Haigttcl £o., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP British, French and American D K V C* O O !> H , A'o. 01 JVorth Third Street, PHILADELPHIA, j THE undersigned would respectfully call the j attention of his old friends in the counties of' Bedford, Fulton, Somerset, Blair, and Cambria, i to the above CARD, with the hope that, when I they visit the city to purchase Goons, they will not fail to call at "No. 91 North Third Stieet," where, he feels satisfied, they will find as choice a selection of Goods (on as reasonable terms) as are to be found in anv other house in Philadel phia. VV. B. CLARKE. March 24, 1854.—1y. P. A. HEALEY & BRO., Wholesale Druggists, AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISHES, DYE- Stufls, Spices, Patent Medicines, &c., i£ umbt vI an i), 111 b. DC?" Orders from. Physicians and Merchant* filled with purs and unadulterated articles, at Baltimore prices, June 9, 1851 ly. WASHINGTON HOTEL. The subscriber, thankful (or the patronage heretofore conferred upon him in the hue ol his business, hoih in the counties of Bedford and Somerset, respectfully lisps leave to announce to his old friends and jhe travelling public, pi nerally that he has taken a lease ol the Wash ington Hotel in the Borough of Bedford, for ma ny years in theoccupuncy of ,\laj. Sarr.uel Da vis. This Hotel is admirably arranged—is si tuate iri the centre of the tow n—and the cham bers are large and well ventilated. It is the intention of the undersigned to furnish the house in a handsome manner, and to have it at tended by taithful and accommodating servants. He will spare no pains to mpke his table invit ing, by supplying it at all times with the very best the market will afford. Visiters to our celebrated Springs will find this Hotel a delightful Summer residence— whilst the citizens of the county visiting Bed ford, as well as Travellers and movers, who may favor him with a call, will always receive tlie most prompt and careful aflention. The best of Stabling is attached to this Hotel, so that those who travel in carriages or on horse back, can be accommodated in the best style. Having devoted a great many years to this business, arid being determined to make every effort in liis power to keep a first-rate Hotel, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal support. D^r"Boarders will be taken by the week, month, or war, on favorable terms. DOM IMC COOK". Bedford, March 23, 1855. IIUIIIWIRE STORE. The subscriber having purchased the entire stock of HARDWARE of the late B. Miller, in the Borough of Bedford, would re spectfully announce to his friends and the pub lic generally, tfiat he is now prepared to Ittr nish almost every article in his line of business on favorable t<-rms. His stock being nearly ail new, and selected by one well experienced in tbe business, he is fullv satisfied that purchasers will find it to their advantage to give him a call. In addition to a general stock of Hard ware, he has on hand, and will constantly keep, GROCERIES of tfie wrv best quality GLASS ol all sizes—also, STONEWARE ola very .su perior quality. He has also on hand ail kinds of Oils, Paints, Drugs, Brooms. ix.c., ice., and Cedar Ware in great variety. Having now permanently settled in business, and being determined to use every proper ex ertion to please, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage. JOHN ARNOLD. Dec. 22, 15.")4-. M FIRM AMI MAI ROODS! The subscribers having purchased the entire Stock of Goods of Geo. W. Horn, in the town of Schellsburg, beg leave to announce to the public generally, that they have now on hand, and will continue to keep, a large and well se lected assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCE RIES, HARDWARE, Q CHENS WARE, Tin ware, Oils, Drugs, Fish, Molasses, and, in fact, every article usually found in Country Stores, to which they invite the attention of purchas ers, satisfied that they can give satisfaction to all who give them a call. The highest price will be paid for Hides, anil | for all kinds of Grain. Lumber and Produce, ! of every description, will be taken in exchange I for Goods, at the highest prices. All kinds of Leather will be kept at the Store for sale. Give us a call. A. J. SNIVELY, JAMES BURNS, Jr. Jan. 5, 1855. KEMOVAL. The subscriber would respectfully announce I to the public that he has removed his Tinning Establishment to the building recently occupi j ed by Mi. Luther, as a Confectionary Store, in the Diamond, where he is better prepared than i ever to accommodate bis customers with every article in the line of his business, either whole sale or retail, and hopes they will give him a j call at ins new location. GEO. BLYMIRE. Bedford, April G, 1855. REMOVAL. JOHN J. LUTHER Having removed his Confectionary Store to the white Game building directly opposite the Store of A. B. Cramer 8c Co. would announce j to his olrl friends, and the public generally, that he is prepared to render satisfaction to all who favor him with a call. has fitted up a , private and handsome room for the accommoda tion of Ladies, the entrance to which is through ; his front family door, which they will find both convenient and pleasant. ICE CREAM and i other delicacies will be served up in the best style, in season. April 6, 1855. LAND FUR SOLDIERS. To Soldiers, both regular and Volunteers, sailors, Marines, Flotilla men, Musicians, Wa gon Masters - , Teamsters, Indians, and all per sons who have served fourteen days in any of the wars of the United States since the year 1790, the Law of 1855 gives you One Hun dred and Sixty Acres of Bounty Land. lain prepared promptly to execute your warrants for Bounty Land. You will save time and money by at once applying for instructions and blank Forms. Widows and minor children of anv of the above are entitled to the same. Warrants bought and sold on commission. 'XX" Commissions received fur the sale ol Real Estate. Address FRANKLIN* G. MAY, No. 12, Wall Street, N. Y. April 6, 1855 3l. $ 1 LEATHER. FRITZ, HENDRY & CO. No. 29, North THIRD street, Philadelphia. Morocco Manufacturers, Couriers and Impor ters ol FRENCH Calf-Skins, and dealers in Red and Oak Sole Leather and Kipp. March 9, 1855—1y. i 30 REWARD. Was stolpn from the stable of the subscriber in Cumberland Valley Township on the night of the Bth inst. a dark hay Horse with two white feet, small star in the forehead, (rather long,) one eye resembling a glass-eye, having more white than the other; by close examination a little white will be found on the under lip; his feet are large: he is a regular trotter. He is full 16 hands high, five years old this i spring, and carries up well when rode. The aboue reward will be paid for the horse and thief, or thirty dollars for the horse alone. Address the subscriber at Bedford, Pa. NICHOLAS BOOR. Feb. 23, 1555. I>K. A. 11. MA MAX i.. 'h 'rerrvri.i.Y tenders his prol"r*i., r ,al serv.,.* the citizens ol Schetl-b.ire : ,nd vicinity fifl ,cf Ihe town lormeriy occupied hv I>r ,r ' j.osite Mr. Frazer's T.vern fjy °P promptly attended to. ght "lb .April 8, 1853. Cessna & Shannon. HA \ E formed a Partnership in the Pran; of the Law. LtrOfliee nearly the Post (Jlhce, where one or the other n ..>• , all time s be found. ' Bedford, Oct. 2t>, 1849. HUMMEL'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE. EVERY ONE who has used Hummel's F* sence of Coffee, knows that one package w'u go as far as 4 pounds of the best Java and coffee made by this Essence will present jrerfectlv the real taste of Java coffee, f, ut ji| have a more delicate and finer flavor, a ftp, r color, and will certainly be much uholejo n 7 lor every person than pure Java Coffee. (TrTor sale at Dr. B. F. HARRY'S ne* Drug and Book Store. Oct. 7. CLD FEVVTER iv COPPER WANTED Tin: highest price, in cash or trade, allow',i for old Pewter and Copper. CEO. BLYMIRE Sept. f), 1853. John P. Keed, Attorney at Law, Bedford, Pennsylvania, Respectfully tenders his services to Hit Public second door North of the j House. • Bedford, Feb. 20, 1852. I>r. 81. F. Harry RESPECTFULLY fenders his professional ser vices to the citizens of Bedford and vicinity Ctiice and residence on Pitt-Street, in the building formerly occupied by Dr. John Hofn> June 24, 1853. DR. S. A. R. FISH HAVISK; located at Summerhill, in Cambria Coun ty, respectfully tenders his professional services ' . the public. Pr. Fish is in possession ot a certain preventive for Flux, Scarlet Fever, and Fevers in geneial, which he will warrant for both adults and children for the space of one summer season. -Mav 6, 1833. JOIIN 1H EDIE, Attorney at Law, WILL hereafter regularly attend the sittings of the courts of this count v. During the terms of Court he may be consulted professionally at the Hotel of Maj. Davis. Bedford, Feb. 17, 1854. ISAAC IIUGUS, Attorney at Law, "VI ILL hereafter regularly attend the jit- T T tings of the Courts of this county.— During the terms of the Court he may be con sulted professionally at the Hotel of Maj. Davi?. ! Bedford, March 10, 1854. NOTICE. The Partnership heretofore existing between Thomas and John King, is this day dissuhrdbv mutual consent. All jiersons having unsettled l accounts with them, aie requested to attend to their liquidation without delay. THOMAS KING, June 1, 1854. JOHN KING. Having this day associated Henry S. King,of I (lie City of Pittsburg, with us in the business of ; manufacturing Iron, the business will be con | ducted under the name and firm of John Kin* ! x Co. THOMAS KING, June 9, 1854. JOHN KING. STOVES! ON hand, and lor sale, a superior lot of ; Cooking, Ten Plate, Parlor, and Church Stoves. GEO. BLYMIRH Will. Henry Lras ATTO KX E \ A T J, AW, Fort Dfsmoines, lowa, WILL give special attention to locating lanA j —investing money—paying taxes—makingco | lections, &c., &.c. | CCP* Refers to Gen. Bowman and lion. Joi> I Mann. Sept. 8, 1854. • - - ■ ■ TO THE MILLINERY TRADE. JOHN STONE & SONS, Importers ami Drzirrs i FREXCH MI LUXE RY GOODS. > Ao. 45 Son l/t S front! Slrrrt, PHILADELPHIA. Are now prepared to offer their customers ar.d lie trade an unusually largeand well selected assort"!"' of RIBBONS. SATINS, VELVETS, FEATHER). FLOWERS, LACES, and every other article appe to the Millinery trade. Our stork being of our own direct import.!'", offers great advantages both in styles and prices. Oct. 13, 1851.—1y. FASHIONABLE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT The subscriber would announce to his PA friends and customers, and the public in gener al, that he has permanently located himselt in Juliana Street, next door to Dr. Rcamer > D"'- &. Book Store, where he is prepared to e.wcu!~ all orders in his line in a superior manner, " reasonable terms. From long experience in business, he feels confident he can render sati>- faction to all who honor him with a call. He constantly keeps on hand ready-mac clothing, of every description, for Men rf[ j Boys—also, a superior assortment of FLOIH CASSIMERES, CASSINETTS, SILK. TIN, and other VEST INGS, and Summer Npjr which he will sell as low as they can be lion; elsewhere, and make them up to tlm taste of toe purchaser. He also keeps a general assortment ol ( - ' Stocks, Collars, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, N f - He hopes to merit and receive a liberal of public patronage. WM. SCHAFFER- June 9, 1554. TO BUILDERS. The subscriber is fully prepared to fur any quantity or quality of Building " and Plastering Laths. Orders directed to !> -- Clairsville, Bedford County,'w ill be prompt; attended to, by <*ivmg a reasonable notice. F. D. BEEGLE- Nov. 24, JSS4. BR. F. I RElffi RESPECTFULLY BEGS LEAVE TO TEW* Professional Services to tbe CitU'" >L Bedford aaid vickiity. K/*" Office in Julimma Stree!, aj the P. - and Book Store. Feb- 17> D' 1 '

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