Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, July 27, 1860, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated July 27, 1860 Page 3
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Movements Mr. Douglas. ; P „, f> ,rM., July '2O. Senator ~3i as *rv-l tirce at noon to-Jay, a-l Wj * rct.vrd o* a crowd ft at least tune thousand --fainni, vrhicti manitesied n.ucii enU.uia-m in • r-use ot gunpowder, mustc and applaurr. "senator Dololaa spoke from the balcony ol Massasoil Huu>.* to the assembled multitude, a - j was Irequeiilly interrupted Willi cheeis. n j will dine here in company with a large Dumber of our proinineut citizens. Maryland Douglas Slate Convention. BALTIMORE. July -o.—The friends of Mr. DoI'GLAS have issued a call for a State Convers ion, 10 beheld on the 16th of August, to pres et an Electoral ticket pledged to support UOCOLAS and JOHNSON for the Presidency and Vice Presidency, under any and every condi tio Kentucky I'he largest political meeting ever assembled .^Covuv,ton, Kv , was held on Friday night ,„t to ratify the nomination, of Dougtaa and Johnson Speeches were made by Mr. Benton, 0„l. Heim. and Col. Jones. Great enthusiasm sea* manifested. • y-TheSt Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer slates ltia ;,he nomination of Douglas has elicited more enthusiasm there, than has ever been displayed for any man or any cause. It Sdl ~£)j l ; t | i v the nominee of the Democratic „vfv for the Pres.d-ncv.renners the triumph it the Democracy in Minnesota, a fixed fact."' VV 2 gee it stated in our Southern exchanges that Mr. VViHiam L. Yancey, the controlling .jnrit in the Secession Convention at Baltimore, was some years since ir.dictea, in Alabama, prosecute i, nJ sentenced to the Penitentiary, for the heinous otfen-* ol murdering his father in-law*. Before the sentence of the law was executed, ami while Yuucey was yet in prison, the L "vernor of Alabama granted him a pardon, wl ich kept him from the Penitentiary. —Pitts ;.s-g post. .N'uw POLITICAL MOVEMENT. — It i rumored the Hon. JOHN BANKS, ot Reading, is to be the candidate of the Constitutional Union party ol thr, StaV lor Governor. Judge Banks served in Congress with Mr. Bell, the candidal? of this pariv fnr President, and agrees with him in poii'ical sentiment. EVANS R. BKADV, editor of the Brookfisid Jefj'crtoman, has been nominated lor the Assembly, by the Democratic Conven tion ol Jefierson county. The Major is an in tell'iJt nt and courteous gentleman, and will make h good and true representative. We hope Ihe Democracy of his district will do them selves toe cft dit to elect him. }Jeiiov><i'/ Pitts and Ointment. —Be not Deceived.—Liver complaint.—Some people consider an aiticle worihhss because it is ad vrrlijeil—this is the exception, not the rule— for if anything is worth knowing it is worthy of being universally known, and the Press is the only medium Gr extending this knowledge The truth or falsity of an assertion however, lies in the proof. After deep research and scientific labor. Dr. Hollowav, *ome fiity years back discovered two potent remed'es, Pills and Ointment, for all internal and external disorders arising Irom the stomach, the liver, or the blood, a-.,, wv.n|,iaiu particularly it is a decided cure. In all tropical climates it is the only *.tiicin used for this disease, and the millions wfto have been cured by the Pills and Ointment ow* their knowledge ol them to the Ptess. Divine Service. In the Lutheran church, on Sunday morning, at lO 4 o'clock A. M , by the Rev. Dr. Smuck er. - HIKKIED- On the l'2th July inst , by Samuel Evans Esq.,at the house of John C- Figard, Mr. Elijaf Thainaslo Miss Prisctlla Meek, both of Btoa: Top tp., Bedford co. IOW—i ■<mii ■ 11 m i i —... -ii i i; w- O.T the 7ih inst., in ("hambersbutg, Mrs Margatel Zimmers, aged 76. Julv 11, IS6O, ALSI.V, oldest son of George and Sarah Whip, of Cumberland Valley, aged li )ea r s, 5 mo. and 13 days. Cod looked among his cherub band. And one was wanting there To swell along his holy land The byn.ns of praise and prayer. He was promising a flower To bioom upon the eaith, •Yhen God could give him angel power ; And bright celestial butb. 1 he wrn'd was all too bleak and cold To yield him quiet rest. Ha called it to the Shepherd's told. And laid it on his breast. i-nere, moiber, in its Saviour's hand Forever undefiled, the ikftle cherub ba- d Is thy hsiovvl child. O. P. H. IKARRISBURG FEMALE SEMINAR V. rs r* RS * SF - DIXUN, PRINCIPAL. V" e ' -rssioo of this Semir.aiy wilt commence oo Tueday, September 4. This Institution, incorporated in 1833, is admira •/• .'if'"' ln il * domestic ariyngements, moral ■ el.gnus culture, and course of studies. It is •yw.tly commented to the patronage of tbe pub • a firaj class Seminal y. C. rulars, stating terms, &c M can be obtained by 54 rse:r.g P, mcipa j. 7 W. WL"IR, President Board of Trustees. can be freety made to the patrons of • * Seminary, am-jr.g whom may be mentioned : f fc f f'J' P#Ck<r ' Herrisburg. k-IVWitt.D. D., -*• T. ft. Robilito®, 41 ** Gw fthi wߣy. :: *". M. £err, Esq., P* D bee,, £,,, m Jotnß. Bngg,, E,q., Tfc-'maji! r' Lewtstown arte- P.**"' * * Philadelphia. STU'S^bury: Lhe . r.'v, i" "**' York county. Jobo Irv i, e^' 1 Cumberland county, j a. Frank Centre conoty. I Jjly 27tb.-3t,. emberUnd county.) ' -J * V **•'><*kinds,juat received Shoemakers' Store. No, ! ' Ko *- fapril 6tfc, 1860.] ' I N APERIENT AND STOMACHIC PREPARA- I _/\ tion of IRON* purified of Oxygen and Carbon, by combustion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the highest medical authorities, both in Europe and the > Tinted Slates, and prescribed in their practice. The experience of thousands daily proves that no j preparation of Iron can be compared with it. Itnpu- i rities of the blood, depression of vital energy, pale ; and otherwise sickly complexions indicate it- r.e- i cessity in almost every conceivable case, lnnox- 1 | IOUS in all maladies in which it has been tried, il has j proved absolutely curative in each of the following complaints, viz : hi Debility, Nervous Affections, Emanation, Dys pepsia, Constipation, Dtarrhaa, Dysentery, Incipient Consumption, Scrofulous l uhermlasis, Sa/l Rheum, •Vismensiruatton, Whites. Chlorosis, Livrr Cmplai Hl , Chronic Headaches, Rheumatism. hue mttent Fever, j j Pimples on the Fore, ire. In ca-es of General Dvbi/ity, whether the result of acute disease or ol the continued diminution of neivous aid muscular energy trom chronic com n'aints, one trial of tin* restorative has proved suc ; cessful to an extent which no d-scriptiou nor writ- i ten attestation would reuder ciedible. Invalids so I long bed-ridden as to have become forgotten in their , own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-appeared in the busy world as if jlist returned from pi.otiac ted travel in a distant land. Some very fcsig nai instances of this wind are attes'.ed of leuiale sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus, *anguineous exhaustion, critical changes, and that complication o! nervous and dy-peptic aveision to air and exercise for which the physician has no name. In Nervous Affections of ai! kinds, and for reasons i familiar to medical men, the operation of this prepa ration of (ion must neces-anly be salutary, for, un like the old oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without being exciting and over-heating : and gentiy regu larly aperient, even in Ihe most obs'inate cases ot costiveness, without ever being a gastric purgative, or inflicting a disagreeable sensation. It is this latter property, among others, which 1 makes it so remarxably etlectual and permanent a ' remedy lor Piles, upon wbich it also appears to ex ert a distinct and specific action, by dispersing the ' local tendency which forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable jas are its causes, a single box of these Chalybeate Pills has often suffi ced for the most habitual cases. In unchecked Dtarrhtra, even when advanced to j Dysteotery, confirmed, emaciating and apparently malignant, the effects have been equall decisive and astonishing. In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength, de : bilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which gene rally indicate Incipient Consumption, this remedy ' has allayed tbe alarm of friends and physicians, io j several very gratifying and interesting instances. Jn Scmfvtons Tuberculosis, this medicated iroc ha 9 had far more the good eflect of the most cau tiously balanced pieparation* of iodine, without any of their welt-known liabilities. The attention of females cannot be too confident ly invited to this remedy and restorative, m the ca t ses pecu'iarly affecting tbearl. In Rheumatism , both chronic and inflammatory, in tbe latter, however, more decidedly, it has been invariably well rejiorted, both f.s alleviating pain and reducing the swellings and stiffness of the joints ; and muscles. In Intermittent Fevers it must necessarily be a great remedy and energetic restorative,[and it, pro gress in tbe new settlements of the West, will pro i bably be one of high renown and usefulness. No remedy ha 9 ever been discovered, in the whole history of medicine, wbich exerts such prompt nap py and fully restorative effects. Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength, i with an unusual disposition tor active and cheerful exercise, immediately tollow its use. Put up in neat flat metal boxes containing 50 pills bv druggists and dealers. Win be sent free to any address, on re ceipt of the price. Ail letters, orders, etc-, should be addressed I to H. B Lucky & Co., General Agents, 20 CEDAR STREET, N. Y. July 20tb, '6O. - ¥MHORTANT T > TEACHERS! i NORMAL SCHOOL. „ The undersigned will open a Normal School in I Woodber'y, Bedford co., Pa., on Wednesday, Aug., j 1, iB6O, for the accommodation of young Teachers "* anil those designing to become Teachers The i course of Instruction will fee suited at once to the capacity of the Students and the position they will . be called upon to occupy. fhe duties of Teachers ai e arduous,"and those w ho contemplate entering the ranks of a profession rap - idly becoming permanent, will do well to look to j their interests. Students will be admitted at any time during the v | term. We take pleasure in referring to Hon. Samuel J. Castnei, H'oodberry. Dr. Samuel H. Smith, <• * | Ve. R. Barndollai. Esq., " j j Hon. John Ciessweti, Hoilidaysburg. Maj. Samuel H. Tate, Bedford. G H. RAMEY, S. D. RAMEY. July 27, 1860. Qjp-.N'ATtfRE is the great physician.—This is now admitted by the medical profession, as a j fundamental principle of healing science. It is , wisely provided by the huxnen economy, that ' whenever anything is wrong in thp physical ' system, the natural forces of the body are brought i ,to beat to expel the disease. The great aim, j therefore, is to strengthen the natural powers, i ' This has been kept in view by the skillful com- I pounders of uR. j. HOSTETTER'S HI I f ERS, I i which operate to give fresh vitality to ali the! : organs of the body. The effect of this medicine I j upon the stomach, the liver and the kidneys, ' | are prompt and decisive. The patient who is' j wise enough to quit drugging, aud fry the BIT- J TER3, soon feels as if he had taken a new lease I of life, and as he continues the use of the arti cle, he is overjoyed to find the streams ot health coursing through ht3 frame. Let all from whose cheek the bloom has departed, give Dr. J. Hogtetter's Celebrated Bitters a trial. Sold by druggists and dealers generally, eve- . rvwhere. ITP'See advertisement in another column. | LOST! On Thursday evening last, was lost out ot the coach between Bedford Springs and Bedford town, ! a silk umbrella marked M*. Purv innce." A reward j of four dollars will be given to any person leaving the same with the uudersigned. j B. IV. GARRET SON'. Bedford, July, 50th. jIJORMAL SCHOOL " The Bedford county Normal l School will open in the new School building, in the I town of Bedford, Tuesday, Aug. 14th, at 9 o'clock., ; A.M.—All tbe teachers of the county (who are; not attending School elsewhere) are most urgently requested to attend ; and especially should all young I and unexperienced teachers avail themselves of this opportunity of receiving instruction.—lt is, also, I highly important that all such be present at the o peoing of the school. Each teacher, on becoming a member of tbe School, will be charged fifty cents to defray inci dental—Tuition gratis. GEO. SiGAFOOS. July, 29, '6O. County fcup't, N. B. Prof. Cowley, cf Iron City College, will give instruction to all woe may desire it, e PeOn- , tnanship and Ornamental Drawing. BEUPOkD COU.VIY, as. Atuu Orphan*- 1 Couit held at Bedford, in arid for the county ot Hedloid, on the'SOth Jay ofApiil, 1860, before the Judges of tbe said court, Oil motion of O. E. Shannon. Esq., the court smut a rule on the bens anil legal representatives ol Jacob Keagy, late ol .Middle Woodberry town ship, deceased, to wit, Michael, Catharine, David, Ami, intermarried with Win. El lei. Peter, and Ja cob. a minor, who has for his guardian David . Schnebly.all residing in Bedford County, except David who resides in Biair county ;to be and ap pear at an Orphan's Court to be held at Bedford, in and for the county of Bedford, on the first Monday, third day of September, A. D. 1800, to accept or re ; fuse to take the Real Estate of said deceased, at the valuation which has been valued and appraised in pursuance of a writ of Partition or Valuation, issued out of said court, and to the Sheriff of said county iliiected, or show cause why t he same should not be sold. ,/j\/w In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto ,/L. S.j> set mv hand and seal of said county, at ; JJJJJ Bedford, the 7th day of May, A. D. 1860. attest ; \VM. S. Flikk, SAM "L. H.TATE, Sheriff. Clerk. June 22. 1860. A DM IN IST R A TOR'S NOTICE. Letters of Administration, cum testnmriito annexo. have been granted to tbe iituferxigneJ on the Estate of Samuel Cam. late of Bedford borough, dee'd. Persons having claims a gain-t Ihe estate, will presenr them • and those who ate indebted are requested to mai:e immediate pay i rnent. U. E. SHANNON, July 20, 1860. Administrator. FOR SALE ! The undersigned is desi rous of disposing of bis stock of ready made cloth ing and dry goods, which be otfers to retail buyers at tirst cost. All persons indebted to him, are re quested to come forward and make settlement vvitti in thirty days f om this date, by cash or note. . July 20,'tO;—6U. ISAAC LIPPEL. SALE OR TRADE.— * One new 2 horse lvag on tr sale, or trade for a good horse, J. M. SHOEMAKER & Co. July 20th, 1860. <~IASH WANTED! Mv Books are ready for settlement up to Ist of July. My customers are earnes' ly re quested to make immediate settlement either by Cash or note. Those who have not settled accor ding to rriy terms, will not think hard ot trie, il through their failure to comply with my terms, their accounts should be found in the hands of an officer for collection. luly 20/60. VVM. HARTLEY. PHI LA DEL Wl IA ADY ERTIS EM EN TS. t GREAT IMPROVEMENT JN PIANOS. J: _ ' GEORGE VOtiT takes the opportunity of inform ing his friends and the puhnc generally, that he has removed his Piano Ware rooms from No. 628 Arch Street, to No 516 Ar.*h Street, where be will keep constantly n hand a large asortnient of his lately patented PIANOS, w hicn have*been pronoun ced by the best judges as far superior to all other Pianos in the sweetness and purity of their tone and oonslruc'ion. heretofore manufactured in the L?nited>tatcs and England. May 18/60.-6 mo. <1 RAN VI LLESTOfCSS' -* GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, ONE F.RICE AND NO ABATEMENT. NO. 607 CHES TNUT STREET. GRAN\ILLE STOKES would return thanks to tbe public for their appreciation of his efforts t.' please, and their liberal patronage. In order to keep up this kindly feeling, he has yielded to the solicitations ot many of his friends acid inaugurated a new system, of Gifts with each Garment sold. Io his choice selection of fine Fab rics, and made-up Clothing, he invites the scrutinv ot the public, as well as to his new mode of doing business. Et-ch article i* warranted to be, in Fab ric, Style and .Make, equal to any gotten up in the City, and one price, (lower than the lowest.) marked on the Ticket. Each ar'icle sold, ot measured for. is accompa nied bv a Gift, varying in value from SI to SIOO. X. B.—None but the most skillful D-siguers, Cutters and Workmen employed r and satisfaction in F it, F ash ion. Fabric, Price and Gift, guaranteed at GRANVILLE STOKES' ONE PRIJE GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, NO. 607 CHESTNUT STREET. May 18,'60.-6 ms. d 1 P. PER RY . * S. W. OO&NEK FOURTH AND RALE ST., PHILADELPHIA, Manufactures ACCOUNT BOOKS of the best qual ity. Bankers and .Merchants can feave their Books tuleil and bound in any s yle. H?"PrHmium awarded by the Franklin Institute. p P. PERRY, V , S. VV. Corner. Fourth and Race streets. Phil adelphia. supplies every article in the BOOK or S I ATJO.VERY line, at low prices. Hav ing superior facilities as n manufacturer, he is enabled to supply goods vry low, and make ver> fair profit. Orders by mail promptly attended to. j / 'OLLECT TOGETHER V. All your '-Old Books" and Magazines r tke them to PERRY'S Book Binderies, Fourth and Race, where you can have them bound good and handsomely at a tow price, j May 18,'60.-6 ens. I JJ J FRANK. JACKSON, PRINTER AND STATIONER, +39 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'66.-1 jr. TRADE NOTICE. FLUNN, RAIGUEL & CO., A"o. 137 yYorth Third. Street, IMPORTER? AND JOBBERS OF FANCY DRY GOODS, Invite the attention of Purchasers To their extensive Stock of fancy Dry Goods, Silks, Embroideries, Cloths, Cassimeres +c. May 18, '60.- ESTER & GO. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE. —AND— PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MAN UFACTORY, -Vo. 706 CHESTNUT Street, Above Seventh, opposite the Washington House, Fine Shirts and Drawers made from measurement a* a few days notice and in all cases Warranted to fit. Formula for measurement furnished on ap plication bv mail. LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLE SALE BUYERS. May 18/60.-1 yr. "BANCROFT &C0.,~ • IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH FANCY GOODS, No. 330 Market Street, Philadelphia May 18/60.-1 yr. PHI LA IJKI.HIIA ADVERTISEMENTS. 1.. LaDOMIS. N. Rlt.O.N M7ATCHKS AND JEWELRY. ▼ " LEW JS LA DOMES \ ( O. A o. 802 CJJESTUT STREET PHIL'.i. (FIRST LOOK ABOVK EIGHTH SrkKKT.) Would most respectfully ask the attention of Citi zens and Strangers to their Large, Cheap, ami well selected Stock of , GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE, COXSISTIXC IX PVRT OF Gold Hunting Lever Watches, full jeweled, 18 carat case, S4O 00 Gold Lever Watches, open face, iul! jewei'd 18 carat cave, 30 00 Gold Lepitie Watches, open tace. full jew ellen, IS carat case, 22 00 Sliver Lever Watches, Hunting ca;e, full jewelled, 1$ 00 Silver Lever watches, open lace, lull jewel ed, Id 00 Silver Lepine Watches, Hunting case, 14 00 Silver Lepine Watches, open lace, y 00 Gold Guard Chains, lid 00 Gold Vest and Fob Chain?, In 00 Gold Pen Holder with Pen and Pencil, 4 00 Gold Pencils, 1 50 Gold Pens with Silver Holders. 1 00 Silver Table Spoons, per set. Silver Tea Spoons, 6 00 Gold Thimbles. 3 00 With a large assortment of Silver, Table and Tea Forks; Dessert, .Mustard and Salt Spoons; Pie, ( ate, and Ice 1 ream knives ; Sugar Spoons ; Pre serve Spoons j Pickle Knives and Fork?, etc. KS'Also, constantly on hand, a magnificent as sortment of Jewelry, consisting in part of Bracelets, Biea>f pihs. Ear Rings, ringer Rings..Miniature case, for t. 2. 4. and 6 likenesses ; Gold Cros.-es. Chil dren's armlets, and every thing in the Jewelry line, of the latest and most approved patterns. Gobi and silver Thimbles : Wedding Rings at all prices. Ladies' Chatelaines, Gold Watch keys and Seals ; Stud? and Sleeve Buttons; Opera Glasses. Always on hand, a splendid assortment of Diamond Jewelry. Also, Diamonds mounted in the most beautiful manner, equal to any work in the United States, at mod-rate prices. Silver plated Tea Sets, Sliver plated Knives and tork?—beautiful goods, and look equal to Silver. CALIFORNIA GOLD BOUGH I OR MADE UP TO ORDER. C57"A1l descriptions of Hair Jewelry, such as Breastpins, Ear Rings, Bracelets, Chain?. Charms, made to order in the most beautiful style. Old V awhes and Jewelry taken in exchange We can send by mail, with perfect safety. Watch er or Jewelry toany pait of toe L T nited Slates. All orders must be accompanied with the Cash. No goods sent unless the money is fir.t received. Call or address LEWIS LA DOM US & CO., 802 Chestnut Street. Phil's -May 15,"60.—1> im, I" OGLING CLASSES, - 1 ENGRAVINGS. PICTURE FRAMES, OIL PAINTINGS, The most ex'etuive and elegant as-ortmentat the very lowest rate*.—Glasses i:i store of every de scription. JMahogany framed Glasses, lor country sales. Flint and Foitrait irames, Window Cornices, | Gilt A/ou!riins, etc. Estimates for furnishing i Glasses to till every space, by mail on application. ■ i Engsavings for Grecian and Antique Fainting*.— Catalogues gratis. J AS. S/EAKLE &. SOX, S!6 Chfstnut St., Phil'a. 1 Mtiv IS,'GO.-I r. I" E. G O V L D, • \ 0. 632 Chestnut St., cor. oj Serenth, PHILADELPHIA. PIANOS ANDMELODEOXS. CASKS, UA~OX & CoV, UAJ.LCT,DAVIS Sc co's., Neva's 4* clack's, Attn a. h. gai.f. co's. HAMLIN'S, AND IWKCE iCO'S. AIELODEONS & HARMONIUMS. ' Pianos and WeiodeOu * to Jtent. Second-fcifiu I -anos. 1 May 15,'69.-1 vr. WILLIAM RAICLi:!., *• I SAMCEI. MOORK, EOWARD A ADAMS, ■ WILLIAM G. SKILLS! AN, BFSCV R. ATKINSON. tft AIGUEL, MOORE & CO., LATE, r.AIGCEL AND C'">.. • IMFORFEES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN" DRV GOODS, os. '220 X 222 . Vortk Fhird St.. above Race, (Vest side, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'60.-1 yr. JOHN o. M, isaac WKUW, H. G. arHLIM, ! WM. C. KENT, a. A. SMITH, K. O. WELSH, j CHAKI.I * SANTKE, SAMUEL WHITE, J. TOMLINS3S. j 1 AMES, KENT, SA NTEE & CO , IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OK D R V G O O D S , 2.'19 is 211 NORTH THIRD STREET, ABOVE RACE, PHILADELPHIA. ; May 15,'60.-1 \r. , W r. HUBE R, y t'CCESSOr. TO J. SORVEH.) WHOLESALE DEALER IN— TOBACCO. SNI FF AND CIGARS, | .No B,\ orth Fifth St., above .Market, Phil'a. Also. Manufacturer ar.d Importer of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SEGARS. May 18, 1560.-l yr. MARTHA T. MART!*, C. 11. KA.MKK'K, J. A. L. MoBREi, GEO. R. FSB DUE, fc. - MARTIN- A. BAKER, • WITH MARTINS, PEDDLE, HAMRICK CO. —IMPORTERS OP HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS, -Vo. 3 d,J\'orlh Fourth St., Phi Pa. May 18.'C0.-1 jr. ffIHE WORLD'S GREAT EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDAL, awarded t„C. MEYER for his two PIANOS, London, October 15, ISSI. C. METER respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, thai he has constantly on band PI ANO3, equal to those tor which be received the Prize .Medal in London, in 1851. All orders promptly attended to, r and great care taken in the selection and packing the same. He has received, during the last fifteen years, more Afedals than any other.maker, from the Frank lin Institute—also, First Premiums in Boston, New York and Baltimore. Warerooms, No. 772 ARCH S'reet, below Eighth, South side, PHILADELPHI A May 18, 1860, lvr. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH UTTERS. li i u fact that, at Mime period. every tueiu Wr of the human family if ?uhjeel to di-easo or disturbance of the bodiiv functions: but. with the aid of a good ionic ami the exorcise o! plain common sense, they mny be able -o to regulate the system as to secure permanent health. In order to accomplish this desired object, the true course to pursue is certaiitiy ' that which will produce a natural state of things at the least hazard of vital strength and i life. For this purpose, lir. Hostetter has in [ troduced to this country a preparation bearing his name, which is not a new medicine, but one that has been tried for years, giving salis-fac ' cion to all who have used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels, i and liver, restoring them to a healthy and vigorous action, and thus, by the simple pro | -cess of strengthening nature, enable this sy s tcm to triumph over disease. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, or any Bilious ! Complaints, arising from a morbid inaction j of the Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps, i Dysentery. Colic. Cholera .MorbtV, 0.c., these Bitters have no equal. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so generally con tracted bj new settlers, aud caused principnliy I by the ehauge of water and diet, w ill be speedily I regulated by a brief use of this preparation. 1 Dyspepsia, a disease which is probably more I prevalent, in all its various forms, than any other, and the cause of which may always t be attributed to derangements of the digestive organs, can be cured without fail by usiug HOSTJE;TTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, as per directions on the bottle. For this disease every [ physician will recoin mend .Bi iters of some kind; I then why not use an article known to be infal lible? All nations have their Bitters, as a prc t ventivc of disease and stvengthener of the sys tem in general: and among them all there is I not to be found a more healthy people than the Germans, from whom this preparation ema nated, based upon scientific experiments which have tended to prove the value of this great preparation in tho scale of medical science. Fever \ slj AorE.—This trying and provok ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on the body of man, reducing him to a mere sha dow in a short time, and rendering him phy sically and mentally useless, can be driven from the body by the use of HOSTETTER'G RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, none of the above-stated diseases can lie contracted, even in exposed situations, if the Bitter, are used us per directions. And as they neither create nausea nor offend the palate, and render un necessary any change of diet or interruption of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep and healthy digestion, the complaint is re moved as speedily as is consistent with the pro duction of a thorough and permanent cure. For ,1' rsoits in Advanced Yean, who are suffering from an enfeebled constitution and infirm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a restorative of strength and vigor, and need only be tried to be appreciated. And to a mother while nursing these Bitters arc indis pensable. especially where the mother's nour ishment is inadequate to the,demands of the child, consequently her strength must yield, and here it is where a good tonic, such as Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart temporary strength and vigor to tiie system. Ladies should by r.ll means try this remedy for all cases of debility, and, before so doing, should ask their physician, who. if he it acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters, will recommend their use in all cases of weakness. CAUTION. —We caution the public against using any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask for llostkttkr's Celebrated tTOUArn Bitters, and see that each bottle has t'uo words " Dr. J. llustetter's Stomach Bitters" blown on the sido of the bottle, and stamped on tho metallic cap covering the cork, and observe that cur autograph signature is on the laid. Ki~ Prepared and sold by HOST3TTEF. £ SMITE. Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers generally throughout the United States, Canada, South. America, and Germany. Agents for Bedford County : B. F. H -Try, F. C Ramer, Bedford ; John F. Lowry,Hopewell :E. 11. Rrrsv, Bloodv Run ; John Nvcum, Fairview. Oc . 14, 18-59. FASHIONS.— MRS. S. E. POTTS has returned from the cities, having completed erar spring purchn?e, and is now prepared to offer exht inducements in the way of RICH FANCY GOODS. Her stock consists of some rare style* and latest novelties of th? season. Sill-and lace mantillas are composed cf the new est styles ot the season. Crape de paris, dusters, rich s Us, handsome or- < digan, lawn robes. Flounced summer sills, dress goods ot all f -uds. STELLA SUA IYLS. BlacT and colored center printed bordered stella, brocha bordered Stella, printed cashmere .ibawis, chil dren's capes, comprising the lar gest assortment of shawls, straw goods, j large stori- ot new styles of bonnets, 1 straw and si!X-, English straw bonnets, • braid bonnets, patnella bonnets, fancy ' straws,six hundred pieces of rich ribbons at 25 cents per yard, purchased at auc tion and can he sold cheap, bonnet ruches bonnet siLX, mitis, Xid gloves, hosiery, fans, soap and perfumery, tancv goods ot all descriptions, dress trimmings, flats and hats trimmed and un trimmed. She will be still adding to tier Urp-e stocX every weed- during the summer, new desirable and fashionable goods. Moutning dre-s goo Is and dusters to suit. [june S.'GO.] _ I J) ED FORD FOUNDRY. | > THE subscribers bavins purchased Trie Bedford Foundry of Messrs. Wasbabaugb and Bannon, would j most respectfully announce to tbe citizens of Bed ford and adjoining counties that tbey are prepared to make and luraisli ail kinds of CASTINGS for GRIST AND SAW-MILLS, THRESHING MA CHINES, PLOUGHS, APPLE MILLS, COOK ING. TEN PLATE. AND COAL STOVES, SLED AND 'Sleigh roles, wash kettles, of different size*. wago fi bojes of all sizes, farmers' bells, (a superior arti- j ei), oven doors, and every thing usually made in a country Foundry. ZJ- P LOUGHS . —WOODCOCK, SEYLEK. ' and HILL-SJDE PLOUGHS.—AIso, a new PLUG PLOUGH, to which we call the especial attention j of our farmers—a superior article to the oid Plug Plough, with two kinds of points, shares and land sides to suit all ploughs in general use in this coun ty. Turning and fitting of iron patterns made to ocder, and all kinds of repairing done at the short - ; est not icy and at low prices. All our own work made of the very best material, and warranted to ; give satisfaction. Farmers and Olivers would do well To eail and examine our work before purchasing else where, as we are determined to meet the emer gencies of the times, we will Sell tow for CJS//, or country produce. Pig and bar iron, horses and lumber, taken in ex change for work, feb 25,'60-ly SHIRES he JORDAN. HL. GODtIOLD, TIJNER A REPAIRER of Pianos, Melodeons Itc., has made arrangements to visit this place regularly at stated periods. The next visit will be in October. Yearly contracts made. Price for tuning $2.00. First class pianos for sale. Orders to be left at the "Gazette" office. H. L. G. has permission to refer to the following persons tor whom he has tuned : Hon. A. King, Hon. S. L. Russell, John Mower, Esq., 0. E. Shannon, Esq., Dr. TV. H. Watson, Rev. 8. Barnes, Mrs. Kreytet. June 29,'60. HEALTH WDITS Pf.EASUKES, Ort DISEASE WITH ITS AGONIES i CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM! Holloway's Pills. XX —-— Nervous Disorders. VV hat ;s more fearful than a breaking dowpof the ~ rvous system ? lu h excitable or nervous in a •mall decree i.< rno-t distressing, for wheie can a remedy be fonnd ? There is one :—drink but little win", beer, or spirits, or lar better none ; take no coffee weak tea bring preferable ; eet ail the fresh •til you can ; take thiee or four Pills everv night cnt plenty of solids, avoi'lir.g fbe use of slops ; and ;t these golden rules at" followed, you will be hap py in mind ar-d strong in body, and forget you have any nerves. Mothers and Daughters. If there u one thing more than another for which tbe.e Pills aie -o famous it is their purifying prop erties. especially their power pf cleansing the blood i from all impurities, and removing dangerous and suspended .ei-ret ions. Universally adopted as the one grand remedy fpr female complaints, they never fail, never we * ken the system, and alwav bring about what is r equired. Sick Headaches aha Want of Appe. tite. 7 hese feelings which so sadden us, most l'requen* - ly arise from annoyances or trouble, from obstri: ted perspiration, or from eating and drinking vbc j is unfit for us, thus disordering the liver and ston . ach. These organs must be regulated if you wist, to be well. The Pills, it taken according to th printed instruction!, will quickiy restore a healti -. action to both liver and stomrch, whence folio" .. a natural consequence, a good appetite and a cte-< head. In the Last and West indies scarcely any other medicine is ever used for these disorders. Dsorders of the Kidneys. , In all diseases affecting these organs, whetk< 'hey, crele too much or too little water ; or wh> ther they he afiiicted with stone or gravel, or \vi*|> aches ami pains settled in the loins over the regie:;-. iof the kidneys, these Pills should be taken accoi ; ding to the printed directions, and the Ointmen- Shouid be w ell rubbed into the small of the back a* ; bed time, This treatment will give almost imtnt diate relief when all other means have failed. For Stomachs Out of Order. No medicine will so etTectually improve the tore do the stomach as these Pills ; they remove alt act tity, occasioned either by intemperance or improp er diet. They reach the liver and reduce it to a bealthy action ; they are wonderfully efficacious in ! cases of spasms—in fact they never fail in curing ail disorders of the liver and Stomach. Hollowny's Pill* are f/ie best remedy known in the world for (he fallowing diseases . Ague, , inflammation, I Asthma • Jaundice, Biilious Complaints, Liver Complaints, Blotches o:.'he Skin Lumbago, Bowel Complaints, Piies, Coiics, Rheumatism, < Constipation of the Retention. ofJUrine, , Bowels, .Scrofula or King's Consumption, j Evil, Debility, i Sore Throats, I'iopsy, Stone and Gravel, ; Dysentery, Secondary Symptom*. Erysipelas, Tic-Douioureux, Female Irregulaiities, Tumours, Fevers, of all kinds, Ulcers, enerea! Affections, Gauf, Worms of ali kinds, Head-ache, j Weakness fiom what digestions j ever cause : !-N one genuine unless ; the words "Hou.owav, NEW YORK AND LONDON," , are discernible as a Water-mark in every leafof th 9 book of directions around each potor box ; the same I may be plainly seen by holding the leaf to the licbt. A handsome reward will be given to any one ren dering such information as may lead to the detec i tion of any party or parties counterfeiting the med icines or vending the same, knowing teem to be spurious. •.•Sold at the Manufactory of Professor HOLUO- V.'AY , SO Maiden Lane. New York, and by all respec table Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, throughs out the civilized world, ir. boxes at 25 cents, 62'ct and $1 pach. i CyThere is considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N- B.—Directions for the guidance ot patients ia j every disorder are affixed to each box. ; Nov. 18, 1853. j 17 OK 8 A ffe £, 1 OP. TRADE, j A first-rate tarm of limestone land, in Morrison's Cove, containing about Idi acres, 100 of which are : cleared and balance well timbered. The farm is j well watered. The improvements are a good two ■ story Frame House, Log House, Barn, &c. There ;is a good orchard upon tne premises. The tarm ad joins Bloomfield Furnace, lies half a mile from the Hollidaysburg Turnpike, and four miles from Mar tinsburg. There is a ready market at the door for all kinds of prodj -e, and the land is in a h:gh state of cult.vation. For particulars inquire of Dav.d ' Daniel, in possession, or George Cleugh,at Spang's Mills. 6 ——ALO— A Ciist-rr.ill property in Wurman's Bottom, now , owned Dy Lewis X. Fyan. The mil! is a iarge frame with two overshot whelis and four run of stone ; in ; good order, ami in a good settlement, with a suf ! hcien: supply of water. The farm contains nearlv , -100 aores ; about lUOaliuvial sod. and cltaped ; and the balance well timbered. The improvements are a large brick hous, tenant house, miller's house, , barn, distillery , Ac. The farm can be divided with j out disadvantage. Teims reasonable. —ALSO— I A tract o! land in St. Clair ?p., containing 81 acres, or thereabouts, about .'5 acres cleared, with a two story log dwelling house, tenant-house anil two log stables thereon erected ; also, ari apple or chard therenn, adjoining lands of Wm. Keefe, Jacob | bemlerand ethers ; formerly the property of George Kiir.berim. - ALSO a Farm of 1 5C acres, about 100 cleared, with Double , Los; House. Xew Bank li.un,-and two good orchards j thereon, lying oa the Juniata River, two miles from Stonerstown, and half a mile from the rail ! road. This (arm is composed of a good quality of river bottom land. 30 er 40 acres of which can be t put into good meadow. 1 tie whole is now in a good 1 state of cultivation. —ALSO— Alarm of 118 acres of limestone land in Liberty I'ownship near Stcujcrstown, known as the "Jobn Stoici property,'* adjoining land- of 'Squire Kensrn jer, Stoter and others. The improvements are a Log •"' OUsI!j L og Barn See. There is good water on the pretrisPs, also an orchard of good fruit. —ALSO— A new tw,)-s*ory Rongh-cas: House and two lots of ground lu Tlroadtop city. - ALSO— i 160 acres of the best quality of land in Harrison county, lowa, near the Missouri, and close to the rouutv seat. —ALSO— A Lot ol' ground in Omaha city, Nebraska. - ALSO 100 acres of land, in Southampton Township, b6- j ford county, lately owned by VVm. Lasbler. j TERMS to suit buvers. O. £. SHANNON', Jan 27, ISOO Bedford, Pa P[! NES I ROM IV.. lu "d& c'f.A t a .i rov.e, fn* sale by july2,'6o. A. L. DF.FtKADGH. I)LASTING POWDKR AND SAFLIV FL'sEiJ, i I } for sale \t " -♦.jVO.'M. A. L, DEFIBACGH'S.

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