Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, October 19, 1860, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated October 19, 1860 Page 3
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• AYER'S CATHARTIC iJsJ IMGI.s. 4 L "" f 'Wfjf : ' Are yi'u M.k. n>l - ny<!••:: ••• - * J. I'OluKirtHij;.'' "/li *s* BVt|fj* j Jt NIH :ii'< TI tn • ; r*!u : i ♦ * r ffijjhfri wrioti iHfv—. in fit f ; _ i i* > t:. tiaieJy tin* r;u'j ivm > , V v - Ta•<* A> •'. rills. • { .. -'? v LA" cltsiiase out ?h* tiMortigvc! ' .• j rJ~§aß n***— purify the n*.*l '•' ; yt'-fj-jfc. let the tlniUß>v- I*i \iin>i.- "* * r $-k k V littik hi i ucted in hv\h U ii'^iu. Tb*y the faoetHJH hk %1 '■ .4" tit.. ' Mv Ijl!' .i •- tfi UI UON'- ttiikJi HWAI. ' ,? i.v'n *'• VH*-**. ii not re'wvcd, | , ut<i the siir roil mil ir_ organs, pm- UI • dkm, * flaring, :, i*J di****'. , , : i.rj.ui. ..j'juTise.i by th* rlt?t-an£t*m*oM : ' t;r i *..— i. \ directly ther nixtore the j .. [.• F.VHN. HI1 witli t tlie buoyant J ~ '., .nriti. vv *hai i* tni.'uud - • apparent it j I .niMiun i\>mpbiiut. J- .iho tru* in itiatr* "..'i :<red Atkl danjjerou* diMeinivrn. i •■ smw • r vxueN them. by oli.trii<- in:'''!" -ntx cf the natural fhiirriucift .i" ttio H . r ;.!•*>- many of llieiti sotrefy. . MIV-.I ■ V ' V.'k'wie. knw fh virtu.--, oi t!. 'vi tjl.ie.: to employ Ihem urium su;lV.i.: froui yun'. ff ij l.'ad.ci-r |.livs!citns in som* of the ( ' ... , .4tl hc.il utli.-i wcU k.iuwu jub.*-' ici v"> B * ■' ' .... Vmr ihiis are the n oi n th >t is •ii ui • Tlt*v have rare I uiv littie lUujxbtfr - v . . tire>ii h-r h i i.lh und I* -t that had vearb. m >iher has Icn .;rir\- ■ vth -n itches ami ptm|4*s( B h■> aklu a■ I \fter our cliil-i v.as cn.as. she also tried . ASA Mjrtcitiixii:, As a Family PSyaic. Tt , m ji, .K ; <;<Hu-ri'jU. .%'•'• Or!ran.'. r- P.tb r. t: prin-v of I'M"*-*- Taeir rxcoilurt I ■ .anw" any Arthur::.- w. Ihey are >. i n L . r taiti and vtl- tnal in tnei. a on tho I I • v .j. ( malj-.-i tbeui ov ..uiu>h t'> u. in tbc daily* j ■ -at of ■ jdachc,S£cklleadaclte,Poitl Stomach. frum Dr. I•' '" i; • '.s B?' 4 AYER: 3 c.inr -t ansa'-' vou "'b'tt covnplsinfa ■ ..."Wwith v iu'lHlisi- rt : th:ui to *i> oiiVtn: ev • r irtti, a i.uriattr-- >- ><■ <*• I Kfeat depeii- i ' .i an cff -oti; 1 .atlctrtio i'i m.v daAy -ontes£ with .a i in i h?i your Pill-* atfonl us the I pTTTS'irr.n. Mav 1.1555. .! Ar r. Sir: I have bon enred f t'iiN. li .'"'uis to aribfc firum a foul stomach, • v - 'rie a! •••ace. V iiM vrir.. k r /ti rfsjiect, KP. . PKEBLF. Clerk of Sttijantr Clwriun . "j Billons Disorders I-iver Complaints. />r. Tw'iorr ft ''. ' f Xnn York Ctv. .1 > ■jr Pill. admiVnl*!. a'laj'ipJ M tiieir pur ,.r'. ."ttt I fin.' rlarit lwrti, ial eff.-cthtiiKMi ... !. A rv eorkHi icA -I. Thry 1. .v. in my pr,' • . u,. A in [-•• efie-taal i-r the rora o:' bilious cm twui '• rvi:eiiv 1 can in-nun. 1 - ... ereiy havi-*' H-ii_-th a jein. i.ise whu li .; wor . .I. ,< ... U -U'l Ui. i-t. pi,. !• ..iTJiiXT IT 1 \ !n. 11. Trt. i'e!... 1b,.-.. / S-- ; ] ■. . I';!!?, iu UiV p. : *. Li ... I p .*/ir~l I I j-,, •. ?,.t - raartio w-.- . ; TL ir • . ■ I I -..ynn. !:• •• •i- I have srhi . .t H . . . ■:< s<ii..ite that it reoiid • \k.. 4 tu ■ 1-..M yc.s. ALU A7 • :;.VLL. M. 1). j r.oi'j/aa <l/ a A/. > <;. c7. A 4 • J] Dysentery* Dlnrrltcea, Relaz f Worms* i v. i i '/•./. o <irtcn. of Cm >j u ■ Vv rills I : .•• had a long trial iu my j?rvcfice. and I II I I '■ j rj ... / <i: rritctti. Then t:..; : • - > • acreptnbie aud eotivcuieul i r inc * 1 Dyspepsia, Impurity of tlic Blood. V. HtintS) lliiUrr (■/ Adrfit C/a rc i, Ji ?: . . t yft.; I have used your IMIU with extraordinary I To r.-_:ulute the ti -= •*' n and 9 they flro best IM) l ■- > I i'i.and I can confidently recommeii't r' • m to Yours, J, lllMb.S. VA Wyoming Co.. \. Y.. < > •*. 'Ji. I > .•I .t v. -1 :t_r voir t'.itliarfi/ HI is in n.v prac ii t ::i U.I ( \ •lent JHiPjativ.' : v icaliec tho • -uU i nri y ih ' J , f-'iT * "/* /A'' ot'S*i. Joii.N •. MKACHA.M. M. P. tlpnt2on,CostlT*riiess, iheumatiam* ('out, N-ural';iu, Drop* . Paralynh, Fits, etc* i Vcm Dr. J. I'. Yau'?hn> M■> /<v 7, f.-n c. • mnc.'i cannot l<o snkl of y-mr PilV I r h * cue.-* .-f If others of our lYtceriiirv ha - . • l-ur'i ?• ; . :uf. which, ahiKu.gh kai tr. j; . a ; r . viTor of others that are •• rne : . in the liver, tut >-ur Villa - .cct thus . -lid rum the disease. w Mrs. F.. Stuart. Physician end M.'dtc*"'. T- don. I fnd one or two larre dos-s of vnur I' I t. *:•'• *th > . r . ♦fi- U aito cfew the itom ':h i id mu'.ii the be-t phyaii we iia%c iu-*. ire-.. .u t . to toy patient.- - . d U.e Ftr. Dr. IP V . r.o/ the Jf, • . r ' PiXASKI Ilci'-r Sarar.nah. <Tc.. .1,- . • J- T ." sohei> MF: T nho'.xU l>- uiijrut dul I r :':s .r skill ha* brought m• * c Id. I nt. ..- rt u.;, • w . A cold s tiled in i*:;. hjih-an ! hi-•:•i n e\ i - ' *a- cud worse, no by the no •>>•■ y. ■• nt ajc-nt in Ik!::, aura, Ir .Vscaeaal . i tri- \ r *. Ii Hi effects were altv. but j . By j rr* ji S.vtT* fH\xrr.i.r., IbUon r.vnijk. 7 c.. 5 P- . ' • O-sX —a rh.i i.'vi ti Lie YLV hV i SLIDLLi. ?J" 1 -■ f tli" in much- r conAitir M -i r.rv, j '•• v.iinablu ivmeiiy in •! r* *ul hxnds. ■ a pa! K • pill, fr s dns U 'i cows - " '•' *r-; .■ ?.r. -. £4l.w its ;n iOti'Mi-. ti-- . Tl.c-r . ur> or luinerul wliate ef. "-9, 2b cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for SI. a ' crea by LA*. J. C. AYBH w CO.. Lowell, &as 2. ; • Aiiy. Eye!lord ; Barndollar Son, BJO*Vy W 1; B. Am.ck, Sr. Clatrsvillc ;J. j oiibrry ; Geo. Gaidill, VVet End ; J. E. j t ttid byj dealers geoeiaUy. ' IS6D. pf'HUC SALE OF VALUABLE -'vEAL ESTATE.— By virtue of an order of tbe . : '' (out of Bedford county, the undersigned • o-'stratorg of the estate of Jacob Hiniso, !ate ProviJer.ee Township, dec'-!., will evpose • ° JV pubiic vendue or) the premises, on Satur- J 8 • :.y o! November iB6O, at 1 o'clock, P. ' j ;-<.-\!o*in described valuable Ileal Estate, , | l "■ of isnd situate in Ray's Cove in said tp. ; 41,!; 50f Adam Hinish on the North, da- < yy on the Fast, William Gracey on 'he ! i I •'' John Grove a( jd Samuel ( ove on the j I an o; a tract of iand formerly belonging j I i.. ' ' * heirs) containing 20ti acres and . I•. ° ! n,ore or less, about 14 acres of which IfVmV n Ul ° ' lo-,se (hereon erected. ■ ..... _ inv t ]a jf ttie p urc hase money in hard j .y :x&:; °n of the sale, and the balance jn !"] . ' ' 'kterest, to be secured by judgment. I '.or bonds and mortgage. HENRY HINISH, j ' {W ~ , DAVID FORE, '* '--'N Administrators. : \r!d9 a LF OF VALUABLE REAL !(. I* 1 '—Ry virtue of an order of th? Or . ; r-W! °f Bedford county, the undersigns \ j 1 a P° ,e to by public vendue, on the - . "i on Saturday the 17 day of November, ,18d0 j A ,V:° Ck 1 - e following described valuable j 1 to wit, j c id f* 1 °' ' an *I sitnate in Sonthampton tp., in ' r th 7l Cor,t *' n ' n ? acres or thereabouts, i ItWil.'!. ' acr ** cleared and under fence, and •r to . log dwelling house and log stable ? wr |j* l o,ri| n lands of Artemus Bennett, Abnei i c rtoi ' 1 ewel!, Denton Stevens and George i E PERVt- ' ' idf.l f ' r * 'bird of the purchase money in 1 ' t,, * confirmation of the sale, and the balance j ' •tmial payments thereafter with in- ; * 0 * Scared by judgment bonds. ' JOHN JOHNSTON. ,j ■ ROM T ° 2S CF-NT S A POUN ' D j ' A. L. DF.FIBACGfI. 1 - I I Has j* if ft M m iyMCMfI \ N APERIENT AND STOMACHIC PREPARA- \ tion of IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon, by combustion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the highest medical authorities, both in Europe and the United States, and prescribed in their practice. The experience ot thousands daily proves that no preparation of Iron tan be compared with it. Impu rities of the blood, depres-ion of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate it-, ne cessity m almost every conceivable case, innox ious mall maladies in which it has been tried, it has proved absolutely curative in each of the following complaints, viz : hi Drhilily, Nervous Affections, Emaciation, Dys ■ ptpxiu, Constipation, limrriiieii, Dysentery, In n pirn I , Consumption, Acromions Tnherrnlosis, i>a!l K/ienin, ] Mismenstrnation, White*. Chlorosis, Liver Cmplaint, 1 Chronic Headaches, Rheumatism, Diteimittent Fever, \ I'ivipfes on the Face, d'C. In cases of General Dvbthty, whether the result lot acute disease or oi the continued diminution of j nervous and muscular energy from chronic com ! plaints, one trial of this restorative has proved suc cessful to an extent which no description nor writ ten attestation would render credible. Invalids so long bed-ridden as to have become forgotten in their own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-appeared in the busy world as if just returned from protrac ted travel in a distant iand. Some na! instances of this aind are attested of lemale j sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus, i sanguineous exhaustion, critical changes, and that ; j complication oi nervous and dyspeptic aversion to j ■ air and exercise for which the physician has no j name. . j In Xenons Affections of all kinds, and lor rea-ons j familiar to medical men, the operation ofthisprepa- , j ration of lion must necessaiily he salutary, for, un- j like the old oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without j j being exciting and over-heating : and gently regu- ; • larly apeneni, even in the most obstinate cases of ! ' cosureties*, without ever being a gastric purgative, or inflicting a di-agieeable sensation. It is this latter property, among others, which; ; makes it so remarkably effectual and permanent a I remedy tor Piles, upon which 'it also appears to ex- I ert a distinct and specific action, by dispersing the ; local tendency which forms them. | fn Dyspepsia , innumerable as are its causes, a j I single box of these Chalybeate Pills has often -ufli- t eed for the most habitual cases. In unchecked Diarrhoea, even when advanced To! Dvsteuteiv, confirmed, emaciating and apparently' ■ malignant, the effects have been eijuall decisive and j ■ astonishing. In the local pains, loss of flesh and streng'h, de- ' • bilitating cough,and remittent hectic, which gene j rally indicate Incipient Consumption, th * remedy has allayed the alarm of Iriends and physicians, in severai very gratifying and interesting instances. j In Frrn/u/ous Tuberculosis, this medicated iron has had tar more the good effect of the roost cau ; tio'isly balanced preparations of iodine, without any ! | of their well-known liabilities. The attention of females cannot be too confident- I iv invited to this remedy and restorative, iu the ea- ' ses pecu'iarfy affecting them. In ithemnatism, both chronic and inffammatory, :n the lafer, however, more decidedly, it has been ! ■ invariably well repoited, both as alleviating pain i and reducing the swellings and stiffness of the joints and muscle*. In Intermittent Fevers it must necessarily be a : great remedy and energetic restorative,'and its pro- ' giess in the new settlements of the West, will pro - : I bahlv he one of high renown and usefulness. No remedy has ever been discovered, in the whole . history of medicine, which prompt hap-I py and fully restorative effects. Good appetite, ; complete digestion, tapid acquisition of stiength, : with an unusual disposition loi active and cheerful ; exercise, immediately follow its use. Put up in neat ilat metal boxes containing 50 pill* price 50 cents per box ; for sale by druggists and , dealers. Will be sent free to any address, on re ceipt of the price. A!! !etr:s, hers, etc., should be addressed! to R. fl Lwrke & Grnpral Ajthils, 20 CEDAR STREET, ,\. Y. July 20tb, 0'!. ! "05; LAIR (C.r.N'fY .NORMAL SCHOOL & SEMINARY, MARTINSBURC, BLAIR 10., PA : E.J. OSBORNE, A. B. ( 0 . , J. W. DICKERSON, I Principal*. ; This institution will commence its first session ; with ai: able and expetienced rotps of instructors j ! on Monday, Nov. sth, 18C0. No expense has been j -pared in making it thorough and complete in every j ; ilepal tniefit. The school building is con-triicted and furnished j upon the mo-t ajiproved mode n plans, and is one of j j tne best in the >'ate. It contain- a hall capable of ' seating .'hi) u dt, with office, music rooms, utfi- [ j cient toi a school of 300 ptrpil*. i 'I he scliool is located in a region ol country un- j exceiln! tor its beauty and bealthlulness, and is 1 surrounded by a moiai and industrious community. , The distance to Cove htation. Huntingdon and i Broad Top R. R. rs six miles ; to Hollufaysbiirg Station, Pa. R. R. 12 miles, with daily stages from j the latter and trr-weekiy Irom the former; thus ma king it easv of access from ail parts ol the country. Tne objects of the school are : ' i*t. Th? Professional Training of Teachers. I 2nd. Tbe thorough Education ol young ladies and genliernen in the English and Ornamental Branches, j 3d. The preparation of Students for College. The teaching Ciass will meet daily tor lectures j on the Theory and Practice of Peaching, re;ftatioii : . torn a standard work on the subject, or discussion j of' Methods of Teaching by the class. .Students who desire to do so may prepare to en- j ter the nigher classes in college. 'LaOies will have a separate hoarding house and ' will be' under the immediate supervision of ari ex- j perienct d Preceptress. Instruction given in all the branches taught in j the best Atarismies arm Seminaries. Whole (exclusive ot Ornamental bran- J ches,) for boarding, tuition, furnished rc.-ms, room j rent, and fuel, slll-01) a fyear. Eor circular, with particulars, address E. J. OSBOR.NE, or J. W. DICKERSON, Car- ot J. C. EVE.XIIA.KT, Marfr.sburg, Blair co., Pa. Oct. 12. IB6o* PUBLIC SALE OF BETAL ESTATE. W The subset iber will offer at public i sale pursuant to the order ot the Orphans' Tourt, on ! ' the premises, in West Proviaenc? Township, Bed- • fold County, on Saturday, the 10th day ot Novem ; 1 ber next, the following REAL ESTATE, late the ; ' property of James McDaniel. de,*'d, v*iz : one tract i I of land, being unimproved, adjoin ng lands of j 1 Fetter, on the east, Frank Collabe rger, on the west, i ' Andrew .Mortiniore, on the North, #uid Joseph .Mc- 1 Daniel's heirs on Tbe South, containing one hundred . acres more or Itss. Also, OI.P other tract of unimproved land adjoin- J ing the mansion property and lands ol Daciel Sni- i der, David Steckman and others, and containing | one hundred acres, more or less. Also, tbe mansion place of said dee'd, adjoining j i lands of Daniel Snider, Wilson McDaniel, Jacob I I Steele, John Calhoun and others, containing about j < one hundred and seventy five acres, one hundred I acres cleared and under fence, G or 8 of which are meadow, balance well timbered. The improve ments are a two story log dwelling house, with kitchen attached, also, a smoke house, spring house, I and tog stable with threshing floor. There is also, j an apple orchard on the premises, and a good spring ( at the door of the dwelling. The property it situated ; five miles south of Bloody Run, on the road to] Clea'ville. " J The sale will commence at one 'o'clock on eaid ! day, at which titne the terms will be made known. JOSEPH McDANIEL, Oct. 12, 1860. Adm'r. I PHIL'A. ADVERTISEMENTS. A GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN PIANOS. GEORGE VOGT takes the opportunity of infotm tng his friends and the public generally, that he has removed his Piano Warerooms from No. 628 Arch Street, to No. 516 Arch Street, where he will I keep constantly on hand a large assortment of ?his lately patented PIANOS, which'have-been pronoun ced b>" tbe best judges as far superior to all other Pianos ill the sweetness and purity of their tone and construction, heretofore manufactured in tbe UnitedStbtes and England. May 18,'60.-U mo. C 1 RANVILLE STORES' * GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, ONE PRICE AND NO ABATEMENT. NO. 607 CHESTNUT STREET. GRANVILLE STOKES would return thanks to the public for their appreciation of his etlorts to please, and their liberal patronage. In order to keep up this kindly l'eelmg, lie has yielded to the solicitations of many of hi* friends and inaugurated a new system, ot Gilts with each Garment 6old. To his choice selection of fine Fab rics, and made-up Clothing, he invites the scrutinv of the public, as well as to bis new mode ol doing j business. Each article is 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 tbe Ticket. Each article sold, or measured for, is accompa | nied by a Gift, varying in value from $l to $ 100. N. B.—None but the most skillful De-igiiers, j Cutters and Workmen employed ; and satisfaction in Fit, Fashion. Fabric, Price and Gift, guaranteed at GRANVILLE STOKES' i ONE PRUE GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, NO. 607 CHESTNUT STREET : May 18/60.-6 nis. jd 1 P. PERR Y, • s. w. CORNER FOURTH AND RACE T., PHILADELPHIA, Manufactures ACCOUNT BOOKS of th? best qual- • ity. Bankers and Merchants can have their Books j ruled and hound in any s yle. CETTremium awarded by the Franklin Institute. j/1 P.PERRY, V. , S. W. Comer. Fourth ami Race streets. Phil adelpnia. supplier every article in the BOOR or S'l ATIONERY line, at low prices. Hav ing superior facilities as a manufacturer, he is enabied to supply good* very low, and make very fair profit. Orders by mail promptly attended to. ' tOLLECT TOGETHER \ All vour '-Old Books" and .Magazines ; tvfce ; them to PERRY'S Book Binderies, Foutth i and Race, where you can have them bound good and handsomely t a low priee. Mav 18,'G0.-6 ms. H FRANK. JACKSON, PRINTER AND STATIONER, 439 CHESTM'TSTREET, PHILADELPHIA. ! May 15,'66.-1 jr. WI'MMER TRADE NOTICE BUNN, RAICUEL it CO., .Vo. 137 .Vorlh Thini Street, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF FANCY DRY GOODS, Invite the attention of Purchasers to their extensive Stock of fancy Dry Goods, Silks, Embroideries, I Cloths, Ca-simeres ij-c. May 18, '6o. I mMfJNCHESTER *N CO. ' GENTLEMEN'S ITRNISHING STORE, PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MAN UFACTORY, ,Yo. 706 CHES T. \ 7 T Street, Above Seventh,opposite tne Washington House, Fine Shirts and Drawers made from measurement ; a' a few days notice arid iri all ca*es Warranted to fit. Formula for mea*uretnent furnished on ap plication bv mail. LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS ITO WHOLE SALE BUYERS, i May 18,'60.-1 yr. i MARTHA T. MARTIN, C.H.HAMRICK, J. A. 1 . MoR KEL, j t.'CO. R. PEIDLK, S. R. MARTIN. A. H A K ER , D C TV ITU | MARTINS, PEDDLE, HAMRICK \ CO. —IMPORTERS OF— HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS, .Yo. 30,j\'orth Fourth St., phiTa. ; May lS.'Gu.-l yr. | H BANCROFT X CO., '*** IMPORTERS IT WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH FANCY GOODS, ,Yo. 330 .Market Street, Philadelphia. May 18,'50.-1 yr. PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE j I.N ST. CLAIRSVILLE. By virtue of an order oi the Orphans' Court of Bedford county, the undersigned, Adtn'r of Eve Ann Little, dee'd, will offer at public sale on the premises, in St. Clairsville, on Salurdav 10th Nov. next, the follow ing described real estate, viz : Two lots of ground, No. 7 at'd 8 adjoining David VVetzell, Geo. Heinsling, P,ter ! Amick and Samuel Sill, fronting on main j street, and having thereon erected a two story i frame house, a log frame house and stable! with spring of excellent water. These properties will be wild separately cr together, to suit purchasers. Terms made known on day of sale. Oct. 12, 1860. O. E. SHANNON. Adm'r A DMINIS"TRATOR S NOTICE. " Letters oi J Administration having been '' granted to the subscriber, residing iu Aliegbeav tp. ] ) Somerset co., on tbe estate of Zaecheus Luman, late j ' of Cumberland Valley tp., Bedford co., dee'd., all j ' persons indebted to said estate are therefore notifi- • > ed to make payment immediately, and those having 1 ' claims will pre*ent them forthwitn for settlement, j ' to Wen. Gillam residing in said township. ; ) JOHN LUMAN, Oct. sth, 1860. Administrator. X Tf )TICE TO TEACHERS.— * The Br-ard of School ' Directors of Bedford Towuship, wish to to employ j a sufficient number of Teachers, lor the Schools of j the District, 'teachers to article with the Board, ] f on the last Saturday ot October. h°ing the 27th day. , Schools to commence on fitst Monday of November, j By order of the Board. ' • Oct. sth tO. JOHN BROWN, Sec'y. j J A DM IN 1 tt'S NOTICE. Letters of Administration on the FJstate ! ; ot Alexnnder George, late of East Providence tp.. 1 ; dee'd., having been eranted to the subscriber resi- i ; ding in said township, all persons indebted to said 1 | estate are, therefore, notified to make payment im- j j mediately, and those having claims will present the ( i me forthwith for settlement. SIMON NYCUM, Sept. 7th iB6O. Adm'r. • PHIL A. ADVERTISEMENTS. ft. GOULD, • JV 'o. I>3- C/tesinut St., cor. oj Sevni/i, PHILADELPHIA. PIANOS AND SIELODEONS. ! HAVEN, BACON & CO's., HAI.I.EI,DAVIS it CO's., NCN.\'s (J - CLARK'S, AND A. 11. CALK it CO's. | MASON it HAMLIN'S, AND PRINCE Ac CO'S. MELODEOiNS & HARMONIUMS. I Pianos and Melodeons to Rent. Second-hanu Pianos. May 18, '60.-1 yr. . InnHE WORLD'S GREAT EXHIBITION I S PRIZE MEDAL, awarded toC. MEYER j for bis two PIANOS, London, October 15, JS3I. ;f t~* * \ C. MF.YER respectfully informs his li lends and i the public generally, that be has constantly oti band j PIANOS, equal to those Mr which he received the i Pii/e Medal in London, hi 1851. All orders promptly att ended to, Jand great care I taken in the selection an j packing the same. He has received, during the last fifteen years, more A/edals than any ot;jer 4 maker, from the Frank | lin Institute—also, First Premiums in Boston, New j Vork and Baltimoie. i Warejooms, No. 772 ARCH S'reet, below F.ighth, i South side, PHILADELPHIA, k j May lh, ISW.-ljrr, | J P. H O HER, , • ;fiPCCESSOR TO J. SORVER.) —WHOLESALE DEALER IN TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS, I J\'o S.A ortk Fifth Si., above. .Market, P/iiPa. Also. Manufacturer and Importer of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SEGARS. May 18, 1560.-i yr. WILI.IAM F.AIGPKI., JAMES M. WHITBY, SAMUEL. MOORE, EDWARD A ADAMS, WILLIAM <i. SKILLMAN, IIFNKY P. ATKINSON. | |>AlG L" EL, MOORE & CO., I, ATE, RAIGtIEf. AND CD., : IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRY GOO D S, .\ os. 220 & 222 .Yuri/i Third St., above Race, West side, PHILADELPHIA. i May tS.'GO— 1 yr. • ! JOHN O. JAMES, ISAAC W'EI.SII, 11. G. STERLING, ! W.M. C. KENT, . A. SMITH, It. D. WELSH, j CHARLES RANTER, BAM DEL WHITE, J. TOMLINSON. J AMES, KENT, SANT2E cN CO , IMPORTERS AM) JOBISERS OF D R Y GOODS, 259 is: 211 NORTH THIRD STREET. ABO V E R ACE, PH [LADELPHI A. j May IVCO.-1 yr. VOI'ICK OF INQUISi nON.— " WHEREAS, Dr. William W. Reed, late of South A'oouberry Township, Bedfo rd county, dec'd died seized of the following described real estate, to wit: four certain parcels or tracts one thereof being the Mansion tract containing one hun dred and sixteen acres, more or less, adjoining lands ol George Repiogle, Benjamin Voters, Peter Rock and Abraham Everaole, also one tract ol Mountain j land containing two hundred acres and allowance, adjoining land ol David Snowberger, David Afiller and others, also one other tract ol Mountain land cnntuing about forty five acres, adjoining lands ot Jacob VV'erking, Christian Kochsvdorfer and others, rJeon intercsr of one third part of one other tract of land containing fifty acre s, adjoining lands of Benjamin Yoters, and Frederick Stoler. Leaving a widow, since, deceased, and three sons, to wit, Aaron Reed, VVi iiam Reed and Na | thauiel P. Reed, to whom, aite-r the death of the j j said widow, be devised all his tea! estate to be e- j ! quady divided among them. Notice is, therefore, hereby given that in purju ; ance of a writ of partition or valuation to me direc ted 1 will proceed to hold an inquisition or valua- J tion on S lid premises on Friday the 2d, day of No : vember 1860, when and where all parties interested 1 may attend if they see proper. I Sher SSiS ,brd ' ! wm - s - FLL,ia: - | A DMI NISTH A TOR'S NOTICE ! " LETTERS of administration, on the estate of Peter Latsbaw, late of Middle Woodbury town ship deceased, having been granted to the sub-cri ber, residing in said township, all persons indebted to said estate are, therefore, notofied, to make pay ment immediately, and those having claims against said estate, will present the same, well authenti cated for settlement. Sept. 28th, 'GO. ISAAC K. LATSHAW, Ad aa'r HP nn:.— Letters testamentary on (he last ! will and testament of Henry Weaverling, late !ol West Providence township, dec'd., having I been granted to the subscriber, residing in said j township, notice is therefore giver, to all per sons indebted to said estate, to make immediate payment, and tiiose having claims will present them duly authenticated for settlement. MARY WEA VERLING, Sept. 21, 18G0. Executrix. A DMINISTRA TOR'S NOTICET" Letters ol administration ; upon the Estate of Worrnan Johnson, late of i Southampton, dec'd, having been granted to the j undersigned, all persons knowing themselves j indebted to said estate, are hereby notified toj pake immediate payment and those haviog claims are requested to present them properly j authenticated for settlement. - JOHN MORS, Sep. 21, 1860. Administrator. A EDITORS NOTICE.— ■*" The undersigned ap pointed to distribute the balance in the bands of t'enjamm H. , Walker. Adm'r. of the Estate of El ' iei Allen, late ofSt. Clair Township, dec'd. to and j among the creditors of said dec'd., will attend for j that purpose at his office iu Bedford, on Thursday j the Ist of November, next, —when and wheie all 1 parties interested may attend if they think prop er. JOHN MOWER, Oct. 19 'GO. Auditor . fAUPHANS' COURT SALE. OF A VALUABLE FARM. By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bedioid county the undersigned will sell at public sale on Thursday the 25th, day of October next, on the premises, all that Valuable Farm late the res idence ot Abraham Lingenfelter, dec'd., situated in Napier Jownship, Bedford countv, adjoining lands of Blackburn's Heirs, Fred. Miller, Mahlon Black burn and Lloyd Lundy, containing 232 acres and allowance, patanted land, more or less, about 12-5 acres cleared and under cultivation ; about 20 acres Meadow, and a good apple orchard thereon ; an abundance of good water. There is elected two log bouses and a double log barn. This property is in a pleasant neighborhood, convenient to churches, schools and Market. Sale to begin at 10 o'clock, A. M. where terms of sale will be made known. DAVID LINGENFELTER Sept. 28'60. Adra'r PHIL A. ADVERTISEMENTS. I L. LADCMCS. N. KIT.ON ! M/ATOHES AND JEWELRY. ■ I " LEWIS LA DOM US .N CO. j JVb. 802 CHEST UT STREET PHIL'J. > J (FIRST DOOR AHOVB EIGHTH STREET,) i Would roost respectfully ask the attention of Cit.i --i zens anil Strangers to their Large, Cheap, and well i i selected Stock of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, ' I JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WAKE, CONSISTING I.N PART OF ' Gold Hunting Lever Watches, full jeweled, 18 carat case, $lO 00 Gold Lever Watches, open face, full jewel'd 18 carat case, 30 00 . Gold I.epine Watches, open face, lull jew elled, 18 carat case, 22 00 j Silver Lever Watches, Hunting case, full jewelled, IS 00 Silver Lever watches, open lace, full jewel ed, Id 00 j Silver Lepine Watches, Hunting case, 14 00 j Silver Lepine Watches, open face, 9 00 , Gold Guard Chains, 12 00 ; Gold Vest and Fob Chains, 1" 00 j 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, Cake, and Ice Cream knives ; Sugar Spoons ; Pre serve Spoons ; Pickle Knives and Forks, etc. CP"AUo, constantly on hand, a magnificent as sortment of Jewelry, consisting in part of Bra-elets, Breastpins, Ear Rings, ringer Kings, Miniature cases for I. 2, 4, and 6 likenesses ; Gold Crosses. Chil dren's armlets, and evei v thing in the Jewelry line, ol the latest ami most approved patterns. Gold and silver Thimbles : Wedding Rings at all j prices. Ladies' Chatelaines, Gold Watch keys ami Seals ; Studs and Sleeve Buttons; Opera Glasses. Always on hand, a splendid assortment of Diamond Jewelry. Also, Diamonds mounted iu the most beautiful manner, equal to any work in the United States, at mod-rate prices. Silver plated Tea Sets, Silver plated Knives ant! Forks—beautiful goods, and look equal to Silver. CALIFORNIA GOLD BOUGHT OR MADE UP TO ORDER. [Er"AIJ descriptions of Hair Jewelry, such as ; Breastpins, Ear Rings, Bracelets, Chains. Charms, [ made to order in the most beautiful style. Ola Watches and Jewelry taken in exchange We cau send by mail, with perfect safety, Watch es or Jeueily toany part of the United States. All I orders must be accompanied with the Cash. No goods sent unless the money is first received. Call or address LEWIS LADO.VIUS Ik CO., 802 Chestnut Street, Phii'a- May 3 8.'60.-6 rns. I J" COKING GLASSES, * ENGRAVINGS. PICTURE FRAMES, OIL PAINTINGS, The most extensive anJ elegant assortment at tne very lowest rates.—Glasses in store of every He- : scription. -Mahogany framed Glasses, for country j sales. Print and Poitrait frames, Window Cornices, , Gtit ilfouldings, etc. Estimates for furnishing ] Glasses to fi'l every space, by mail on application, j Engravings for Grecian and Antique Paintings.— ' Catalogues gratis. JAS. S. EARLE & SON, i 816 Chestnut St., Phii'a. 1 May 15,'60.-1 yr. r|M> SCHOOL DIRECTORS TEACHERS.—The examination ol Tea chers and the renewing of certificates, will take ; place in the several townships as follows, to wit : In Cumberland Vallev, at May's school i house, on September 22d; in Harrison, at Coir.p's ! school house on the 24th ; in Londonderry, at | Brdgeport, on the 125 th ; in Juniata, at fiuena! Vista on the 26th : in Schellsburg on the 27th : in St. Clair at Eight Square, on the 28th ; in Union, at Mowry's mill on the 29th ; in Hope well, at Dasher's on'tiie Ist Oct ; in Bioad Top, j at Hopewell on the 2d ; in Liberty, at Stoners town on the 3d ; in Middle Woodberry, at Woodberry on the 4th ; in South Woodberry at Enterprise on the sth : in Snake Spring at Hart- j ley's on the 6th ; in Bedford township, at Bed- 1 lord on the 10th . in West Providence at: Bloody Run on the 11th ;in East Providence at Householders on the 12th; in Monroe, at: Clearville on the 13th ; in Southampton at 1 ChanevsviHe on the lath ; in Coierain at Rains- I burg on the 16th ; and in Bedford borough on j the 20th. The above examinations will commence at nine o'clock, A. M. Teachers and Directors should be punctual at j the hour appointed, as we wish to see all the' Directors on the day of examination, in theirj respective townships : we therefore earnestly I request them all to be present. All County Certificates, issued since the last 1 regular township examinations, are hereby ren- j dered null. Teachers are requested to bring j thei" certificates with them, as the former Su- j perintenuent has tailed to furnish u? with the j Duplicates of the same. GEO. SIGAFOOB, Sept. 10,1560. Co. Superintendent, j PJXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters testamentary on the last will | and testament of Christian Blaftenberger, late of; St. Clair tp., dec'd., having been granted to the 1 subscriber residing in said tp., notice is therefore j given to all persons indebted to said estate to make) i immediate piyment, and tho-e having claims will , present them forthwith for settlement. j . JACOB CROYLF., j Oct. 5, 1860. Executor. ) > | ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ; Letters of Administration having been ; granted to the subscriber upon the estate of Jona- j than Horton. Lite of Bedford boroueh, dec'd.. all] persons indebted to said estate are requested to, make immediate payment, and those having claims j against said estate, will present them properly an- ; thenticated lo the subscriber at Bedford. OLIVER HORTON, Oct. 5, 1860. Adm'r of the estate of Jonathan Horton dec'd. 1 [ nROAD TOP R ML ROAD ! Arrangements have been efi-eted between the PENNSYLVANIA R. R. CO. and HUNTINGDON i & BROAD TOP R. R. CO., by which Freights are I transported at the following low rate*; From ! Hopewell to Philadelphia, Flour, 62., cents per bar-1 rel. Grain, .'lt cents per 100 lbs. Merchandize 1 Westward, Fiom Philadelphia to Hopewell, per 100 < lbs., Ist Class, 75 cents. 2d class, 60 ct. 3d class j 50 cents. 4tb class. 55 cents, bait and Plaster, 30 cents. freights Westward are received at the Pennsyl- ! vma Railroad Station, 13th and Market Streets, j Philadelphia, and forwarded daily. Freights Eastward are received at the Hopewell j station of Broadtop R. R., and forwarded daily. S. B. KINGSTON, JR., Fieight agent, Pen'na. R. R. Co., I'hil'a. S. S. FLUCK. Freight Agent, H. & B. T. R. R.. Hopewell Station, j Riddlesburg Coal, Fine and Lump, always on hand j and for sale. R. S. FLUCK. Sept. 7, 1860. ! !HEALTHANDITSPLEASURES OR DISEASE WISH ITS AGCNIFS: CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM: Pills. •> Nervous Disorders What is mote fearful than a breaking down of the £ rvous system .' lo be excitable or nervous in a small degree is most distressing, for wbere cona remedy be found 1 There is one dnnkbut little wine, beer, or spirits, or far better none ; take no coffee—weak tea being preferable ; get all the fresh j ait you can ; take thiee or four Pills every night ; eat plenty of solids, avoiding the use of slops ;%n<i | •' these golden rules are followed, you will be hap py in mind and strong in body, and forget you haie j any nerves. Mothers and Daughters. If there is one thing more than another for which these Pills are >o famous it is their pnrifving prop erties, especially their power of cleansing the blood from ail impurities, and removing dangerous and j suspended secretions. Universally adopted as the one grand remedy for female complaints, they ' never fail, never we " ken the system, and always bring about what is required. Sick Headaches and Want of Appe tite. These feelings which so sadden us, most frequeu' [ ly arise from annoyances or trouble, from obstrur | ted perspiration, or from eating and drinking what ! is unfit tor us, thus disordering the liver and stom ach. These organs must be regulated if you with to be well. The Pills, if taken according to the printed instructions, will quickiy restore a healthy action to both liver and stomrch, whence follow as a natural consequence, a good appetite and a clear head. In the East and West indies scarcely any ; other medicine is ever used lor these disorders. Dsorders of the Kidneys. In ali diseases affecting these organs, whether | they, crete too much or too little water ; or whe fher they be afflicted with stone or gravel, or with aches and pains settled in the loins over the regions ' of the kidneys, thee Pills should be taken accor ding to the printed directions, and the Ointment should be weil rubbed into the small of the back at bed time. This treatment will give almost imtne- I diate relief when ali other means have failed. For Stomachs Cut of Order. No medicine will so effectually improve the lone i do the stomach as these Pills ; they remove ali aci | fity, occasioned either by intemperance or improp jer diet. They reach the liver and reduce it to a healthy action ; they are wonderfully efficacious in j cases of spasms—in fact they never fail in curing alt disorders of the liver and Stomach. Holloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following diseases . i Ague, . Inflammation, ' Asthma j Jaundice, ' Killious Complaints, Liver Complaints, Blotches on th- Ski* Lumbago, i Bowel Complaints, j Piles, : Colics, Rheumatism, Constipation of the ' Retention otJUrine, Bowels, . Scrofula or King's j Consumption, Kvil, i Debility, Sore Throats, | Dropsy, Stone and Gravel, Dysentery, Secondary Symptoms, Erysipelas, Tic-Doulonreux, ! Female irregulaiities, ! Tumours, ! Fevers of all kinds, j Ulcers, Fits, , j Venereal Affections, I Gout, j Worms of all kinds, ! Head-ache, j Weakness lrom what Indigestion, I ever cause* 3?CAITIO.\ !— None genuine unless the words "HOLLOWSR, NEW FOR* AND LONDON," are discernible as a Water-mark in every leaf ol the book of directions around each pot or box ; the same may be plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one ren dering such information as may lead to the detec , tion of any party or parties counterfeiting the med icines or vending the same, knowing them to be ! spurious. •/Sold at the Manufactory of Professor HOLLO < WAY, SO Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respec ; table Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, throughs ! out the civilized world, in boxes at 25 cents, 62 ct and SI each. is considerable saving by taking the j larger sizes. N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in I ever}- disorder are affixed to each box. j Nov. IS , 1859. ' |[N T !TEI) STATES MAIL LINE i BETWEEN CHAMBERSBURG K LATROBE, via BEDFORD. A new and splendid line of Concord b'.'ilt Coaches, leaves Chambersburg daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 A. M., and arrives u_ i in Bedford at 7 P. M, same day. Leavesp74^>— ' Bedlord daily, (Sundays excepted) at 7 A. M., for ; Latrobe. making close connection with Mail train I for Pittsburg and the West. Returning, leaves La j trobe daily (Sundays excepted) on the arrival of the j train from Pittsburg, at U 50, A. M., and arrives ; in Bedford same evening. Passengers wishing to go | East, take the coach next morning at 7 A. M-, I and arrive at Chambersburg same evening at 7 P. Al. RATES OF FARE :—Erom Bedford to Cham bersburg, $3 50. From Bedford to Latrobe, S3 50. From Bedford to Pitt.-burg. $4.25. The stock on this road car.not be surpassed by any in the State, and the drivers are careful, sober and accommodating. 1 his is the cheapest, most expeditious and pleasant route passengers can take, going East or West. For tiuther information apply to James Reamer, Chambersburg, John lialer, Bed ford, Chas. W. Fisher. Latrobe. A. J- KEESIDF., Contractor. N. B. Passengers lor Somerset and Johnstown, connect at Stoystown w-ith J. A. Carman's Line of Mail Coaches, also, at Jenner X Roads with E. Kier man's mail line. Sept. 7, IS6O. PUBLIC SALE OF GEORGE 1L KAY'S REAL ESTATE, IN HOPEWELL TP. By virtue o an order of the Orphans' Court ot Bedlord County, the undersigned will offer at pub lic sale, on the premises, on THURSDAY, 10th of NOVEMBER, next the following described real es tate, viz : THE MANSION TRACT of said de ceased, containing 2624 acres, about ICS acres clear ed and under fence, and in a high state of culttva tion. The improvements are /"33k ONE NEW LOG FRAME HOUSE, j|| jug BANK BARN, and th necessary' "" r buildings. This farm is one of the' liest in Hopewell townsh'p. being good limestone land and having three good springs and orchard thereon. One other Tract containing 145 Acres, 132 per. about 61 acres cleared and under fence. Ihe im provements are two Log Houses, two Stables and out buildings. Tbeie is a good spring oil the prem ises, and also an orchard thereon. Ihis is good 'and, and in a good state of cultivation. These lands are all in a good section of country, within a short distance of the Rail Road and at the door of a ready market all the time. TERMS—One third to remain in property during lifetime of widow, the interest thereon payable to her annually —one third in hand at confirmation of sale, and the balance in two equil annual payments without interest. JAMES E. KAY, Sept. 1 1, 18 60. Trustee. MACCARONf, CHEESE, CRACKERS. CRYS talized Fruit and Guru Candies tor sale by iu'y2o. A. L. DEFIBAUGH.

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