Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, November 9, 1860, Page 5

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated November 9, 1860 Page 5
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E W G O 0 DS, JITST ARRIVED AT MRS. S. E. POTTS'. large assortment of FALL & WINTER GOODS, FALL ST WINTER GOODS, FANCY DRESS GOODS, FANCY DRESS GOODS „i all kinds, handsome winter silks, French meri r.oee, ell wool delaines, BON NETS & RIBBONS, BONNETS X RIBBONS, flowers, Ruches, bonnet velvets—new st)le, hand some cloaks, FUR CAPES, FUR CAPES, Ulso, a Urge assortment of victorines and tnuffa. Nov. 2,'00. BEDFORD COUNTY, SS. At an Orphans' Court held at Bedford, in and for the County of Bedford, on the 3d ttay of September, A. D., IS6O, before the Judges of the said Cout— On motion of O. c shannon, Esq., the Court grant a rule on the -i>irand legal rep'esentdtives of William Kerr, late of Harrison tp., dec'd., to wit: John Kerr, <V.iurme, wife of Lewis Keilerinan, dec'd, leaving t,er husband and three children, viz : James Kel titmn, Wm. Kellerman, of Bedford county, and 0.1.. Kellprman of Ohio, Elizabeth wife of Jona rtian Cessna, of Ohio, who conveyed her share to Marv the widow of deceased, Wm. Jackson Keri, Joseph Her.ry Kerr, Amanda, wife ot John Riley, Samuel Kerr, George Kerr, all or Bedford county,and Margaret, wife .of Peter Funk, residence not known, to he and appear at an Orphans' Court to be held at Bedford in tnd for the county of Bedford, on the 3d Monday, 19th day of November next, to accent or lefuse to take the real est ate of said dec'd., at the valuation, or show cause why the same should not lie sold. LY THE COURT. (M , In testimony whereol'l have hereunto C/j'TjC";, set my hand and the seal or the said $4,4%' Court, at Bedford, on the 11th day of Sep: v. !>., lSGit. SAMUEL H.TATE, *■*'" Prothonotarv. ATTEST : W.r S, FUCKS, Sheriff. |oct. 26.] BEDFORD COUNTY, SS. At an Orphans' Court held at Bedford, in and for said county or Bedford, on the 3d day of September, A. D , 1860, beiore the Judges of the said Court— On motion of J. W. Lingenfelter, Esq., the Court grant a rule on the heir, and legal representadives of William Nycum, Sate ot Monroe township, dec'd-, to wit : Leonard N'ycum, John Nycum, Wilson N'ycum and Andrew N'ycum, residing in;Redford county, Pa., Bernard N'ycum, L'pion Nycum, residing ie. 'Allegheny co., Md., to be and appear at an Orphans' court to be held at Bedford in and for the county of Bedford, on the 3d .Monday, 19th day of November, next, to ac cept or refuse to take the Real Estate ot said dec'd, ■at the valuation, or show cause why the same should "not be sold. , w . By THE COURT. In testimony whereof f have hereun to .-et my hanc' and the seal of the said Court, at Bedford, the litn day of Sept., A. D., 1860. mi * SAMUEL H. TATE, ATTEST : Prothonotai V'M. S. FI.CKE, Sheriff. Oct. 26, 1860. a EGISTEE'S NOTH TiC— AJI persons interested, an hereby notified, that the undersigned named accountants, have filed their accounts in the Register's otlice, of Bediord county, and that the same will be presented,, to the Orphan's Court, in and for said county , on Tuesday, the 20tb day of November next, at the Court i louse, lu Bedford tor confirmation. 1. Th-* account of Solomon Rice, Executor oi thr last will of Andrew Rice, late ot Cum uerland Valley Township,dec eased. 2. The second and final account of Joseph B. Noble, Esqr., Atlrn'r. de bonis :ion of David Stoner, late ol South VVoo>lberry Township, deceased. 3. The account of Job Mf.nn. Esq., Trustee to sell the Real Estate of Sophia M orison, late of the Borough ot Bedford, deceased. T. The account ot Alexander McGrigor, E-q., one of the Executors of th- la-t will, X.C., ol John Ilamer, late of.l 'ni on Trwnship, decea sed. 5. The account of Henay Smith and G. VV. Householder, Esqr., Executors of the ia>t w ill Ac., of Frederick Smith, late of Colerain Town ship, deceased. (j. Tile account of Elias D> >ll, Esq , Adminis trator of the Estate of Joseph VYyand, late ot J nion Township, deceased. 7. The account ot Henry UJuck, admini>tra tor of the Estate of Ciiri.-tiar-a Fiuck, late ot South Woodberry Township, deceased. 8. The account of Job Maim, Eq , aununis traior of the Estate of Sophia Morrison, late ct Bedford Borough, deceased. Register's othce, S. H. TATF, Bedford, Oct. 2G, '6O. Reg.iie . 4DM IN ISTR ATX >K'S NOTICE. " Letters of Administration having been granted ts the subscriber, residing in West Provi dence township, vpon the estate of Joseph Shafer, late ol East Providence township, dec'd., ail per sons indebted to said edjnte are therefore notified to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them duly authenticated for eit>a.ent. ABRAHAM SHAFER, Oct. 26, 1860. Administrator. INI STRATOR'S NO'TFCE Letters ol Administration, upon the Es tate of Ann Boor, late of Cum berland Valley !OWR •■tiip, dec'd., hav.r g been granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted are requested to make inrne oiate payment, sod those having claims will pre sent tocm tor settlement. .MARTIN BOOR, Nov. 2 iB6O. Administrator. J|UMLNJSTRATOR'S NOTICE | Letters of Administrati oil upon the Es ■"ie of Petrr Hyoer, late ot Napier township, dec'd., | nsving been granted t tne subscriber, all petson* '"Cebted, are requested to make immediate pay •'"•nt. and those having claims will present their, i 0; settlement. HENRY TAYLOR. Oct. jsr,o. Administrator. YSRTIIa T. MARTIN, C. 11. HAMRTCK, J. A. L. MoaKEL, *o. a. RSERILS, s. R. MABTIH. P A. BAKER, WITH MARTINS, PEDDLE, HAM RICK & CO. —IMPORTERS OF— HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS, JVo. 30, Jforth Foui lh St., PhiTa. May 18.'60.-1 yr. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I.etteis of Administration upon the Es *•- °f Henry ickes, late of Union tp., dec'd., hav been gianted to the subscribers, all persons in • .* j ®re requested to make immediate payment, '■ b ose having claims wilt present them duly " bsntitatgfj t„ r settlement HENRY JCKES, JOSEPH ICKES, 1 c '.. 26,1860. Administrators. g^PRKiIUUMS THE METHODIST, 1 THE NEW RELIGIOUS WEEKLY. WAS *0 COMMENCED IN JCLY LAST, AND IS 0 PUBLISHED ON fp SATURDAY OF EACH WEEK, £ AT NO. 7, PEEK MAN" ST., N. Y. EDITED BY THE REV. GEORGE R. IL CROOKS,'D. D., Assisted by the T Rev. JNO. McCLINTOCK.D. D., At present residing in Paris, as Cot:RFSPOM DIXU EDITOR ; and by numerous contributors F2 well known as writers lor the people. Giving t-t due prominence to all matters of interest per- ~ tabling to the Church whose name it bears, X 2 and sustaining its institutions agaidst disor- O gunizers within its bosom and assailants from ~ without, it yet, xn a spirit of brtherhood, c oft veys to its eaders full details ot e vents in all the sister churches , and in 'he O world at U-ge, maintaining at the same time a Y high literary tone, and dignified abstinence from all unnecessary controversy. . IT IS PRINTED IX IMPERIAL QUARTO X FORM. ON THE BEST PAPER, AND IN THE BEST TYPOGRAPHICAL L STYLE, ~ And is embellished from time to Dine by ra jperfratts cf Qjinincut illcii, IN THE MINISTRY AND LAITY, 'd And is thus constituted, editorially and me- v> - chanicaliy, —r A RELIGIOUS FAMIIY NE.VSPAPCR OF THE FIRST CLASS. U TERMS, §2 00 PER YEAR. ~ Subsetiber-, paying icr the Year to commence S3 Ist January next, will receive the Paper 2X Gmuitouo'y up to that date. PREMILMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Although "The Methodist" has met with al- i most unprecedented success, yet, in order to place it within the reach ot every Methodist O Family, we have been induced to offer a List of Premiums to any who wish to procure sub- ~ scribers. These Premiums are offered several ly lot two subscribers, aud up to fifty sutwrn- ,J ers and embrace .• "ff Wheeler 4" Wilson Sewing Machines, f Wilcox Sc Giobs' Sewing Machines, " French's Conical Washing Machines, A number of desirable books, such as 5C Harper's Illuminated Bible, Washington living's Works, r - Agricultural Books. Steven's Hist, of Methodism, Bang's Hist of the M. L. Church, '" 3 . And numetous other Books of Permanent Interest and value, together with a Great Variety of Books suita ble to the p3 Sabbath School Library, V Affording to any who wish to present their ff Pastor with a perpetually useful household t* 3 convenience, or who w r ish !o procure one lor their own comiort. or who wish to lurnish one ~ us ft means of livelihood to some friend, or to any bunday School Pupil or Teac er who de- '* sires to enrich the S. S. Library, a ready rr means ot doing so by the expenditure oriiv, O of a LLTTLF. EXERTION, AND THE OCCU PATION OF A LJTTLE SPARE TIME, H [rp"Specinren Numbers will be sent Free, on t" application, to any sddress, with full particu K lars of Premiums. Address I. BANGS. Publisher, OFFICE, 7 BEEKMAN ST.. NEW YORK I Oct. 26, 1560.-ot, ON EVV WINTER GOODS, A AT,THE CHEAP STORE, W 0F fcj OSTER & CARN, riJ BEDFORD, PA., a Just received a handsome iir.e of new and S ]- tashionable _ _ DREBS GOODS, J-*] R Shawls, Prints, Ginghams, Sacking flannelis in all colors, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting*. Satirietts. Jeaiu, Ready-made j t- Vests, Business and Over-Coats, fe. Hosiery, Gloves, Boots, Shoes, j Hats. Caps, Gla>s, China and |M * Queens Ware, Groceries, Spices, fcc., (T J And everything NEW AND CHEAP.— Being determined to adhere to the sys- a j tern of "QUICK SALES AND SMALL j\ ' PROFITS," we believe it will be to the X la. " >Seres! a "EXAMINE our Stock,; 1.? before purchasing. j NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS, j Oct. 26,'<)0. MORE NEW AND CHEAP GOODS a.TA aT A. E. CRAMER & C'o'3., BEDFORD, PA. The undersigned have just received a iarge and general assortment of FALL & WINTER GOODS. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Our present stock is very complete, and we re spectiully invite our friends aud customers to call and EX A MIN ETHE PR ICES, EXAMINE THE PRICES. Cash or prompt six month buyers may ex pect, and will be offered, GREATER BARGAINS, GREATER BARGAINS, th art ever offered before. All kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE WAN TED, COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED. Oct. Susan McCtrne, q In the Court of Common Pleas by ber next frie'd Jof Bedford county, No. 140, John R Koons, 7 September Term. 1860. vs. y Subpoena "uri Libel for Di- Patrick McCtrne. J vorce. The undersigned commissioner, appointed to take te-timony and re port the same to the Court in the above case, here by gives notice that he will attend to the du'res of his said appointment, on Monday the l'2th dav of November,next, at the olfice of Mann & Spang, in the Boiough of Bedford, when and where all parties interested may attend if they think proper. G. H. SPANG, Oct. 26, 1860. (Commissioner. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned, appointed Auditor to make a distribution of the tno.jey arising from the sale of the personal property of John Cypher, will attend to the duties of Ins appointment, on Monday, Nov. sth, 1860, at which time all interested can attend. R. D. BARCLAY. Oct. 26, 1660. Auditor. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned appointed Auditor to distribute the funds in the hands ol" Sheriff Fluke, I arising trom the sale of rhe peisonal property, and I also of rtie real estate of Wm. M. Earnest, gives ! notice that he will attend to the duties of said ap- j pom/ment, at his office in Bedford Borough, on Sat- ! urday. the 10th day of Nov., 1860. O. H. GAITHER, i Oct. 2Cth ; Auditor. 1 : Oner's FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD. And fur the speedy euro of the subjoined Varieties Disease: Scrofula and Scrofulous A flection*.Nit-h as Juniors, Ulcers, Sorri, Kruuttona, Pimples, Pustules, Itlolchcs, lloils, . Ulalns, and all Skin Disease*. OAKLAND, Ind.. oth June, 18S9. J. C. Ayr- & Co. Gents: I feel it my duty to * knowledge wliat your SanaparilU has done for me. Having inlierited a rVrofulous infection. 1 have suffered | from it in various ways for years. Sometimes it burst | out in Dicers on my bands and arms; sometimes it turned inward uiul distressed me nt ibe stomach. Two years ago it brcko ont on my bead and covered my stain and ears with cue sole, which was painful and loarhsnmo j beyond description, i tried many medicines and siwral physicians. be' without much relief from any thine, in lart. tho disorder pew worse. At l-nytl, Iww icj..ie-d to read in the Unspcl Messi i r timt von had prcpar d an alterative (.-iatsaparilla), lor I knew "from your r -jiuta ti ;n that any tliiua you made luiisl Ire po.ci, I rent to Cincinnati and got it, and ur- iit till it cured me. 1 tuok It, as you advise, in small doses of a teaspoonfnl over a mouth, and used almost three bottles. u and healthy skin wr u t<egau to tdrm uiuior tho scab, which after a j while fell off. My skin is now clear, and 1 know lv my feelings that the disease lias gone from my sysi, ni. "Yon j con well believe that X feci what 1 am saying when 1 f.•;! J yon, tiiut 1 hold you to IK- UUC of the apostles of lb" a e and remain ever grat.-fall v. Yours. ALVKKI) B. TAt.l.gy | St- Anthony's Plre. Rose or Kryslprlat, Tetter una Suit Klisuin, Scald Jlcud ltingworm, Sort Eyes, Dropsy. ' | Dr. Hubert M. Preble writes from Saieni, X. Y., 12th 1 Pept., Is&a, I bat be has cured an inveterate case "of whirli threatened to ICruinate fatally, by the persevering use of our Ss.rsaparilla. and also a danger ous attack of Muliffnnn t tiysip-las by l.ge uoses of the same; aay.- ue cures U'. corurcou Eri'fd.oiit by it con i staidly. Xironchorel e, Goitre or SwrlleA Neck. Zebulon Slor [, ~f l'r.v; -et. Texas, writes : "Three hot i ties of your Parsapariliu cured roe from aGri r* a hid eous swellj.n; cu tlio ueck, which I had rufTeied f.ein j over two "years.'' Irene orrltoen or Whites, Ovarlnn Ttttnor, Uturlne Ulceration, Fei„iaie Discuses. I 1 T.r. J B. S. Channing, of ,\ew York City. writes ; •• 1 most cheerfully contfly with tho rtepiest of your agent in saying 1 have found your Sr'Xsajiaralia a moat exceilena I alterative in the numerous complaints for which we j employ such a remedy, but especially in rr.siudc Disease* ot the Hcrofnlous diaihesis. 1 have cured many inveter ate cases of Ijcucorrhiea by it, and sotne where the com plaint was caused by u/eeruticw of tlu ut.riis. The ulcer ation itself w,s cured. Xotldug Within iny knowl edge equiils it ' r these f lna]- 1. r uigeiueiits." Ijlward Marrow, of Newlairy, Ala., writes, " A dan gerrrus ovarian lutnor on one of ihe females in Toy family, which had defied all the remedies we could employ, has at length hvu completely cured by your Extract (if Sar eaparilla. Our physician thought nothing Int extirpa tion could afford r-lief, but he ailvised the trial of your haiHuparilla as the last rpsort before votting, and it proved effectual. After taking your remedy eight weeks i no symptom of the djpease remains." Syphilis aud Mercurial BUcass. Jirw OBLEAXS. 25th August, 1559. Tin. J. C. AVER : Sir, I cheerfully comply with the re quest of your agent, and report to you s<aue of the eflecta 1 have realised with your Sarsapa'rilla. I iiave rureil with it, in my practice, most of the com plaints for which it is recommended, and have f wind i: effects truly wonderful in the ruro of Vrnei-ral and l/.-r --runat tS' i 'r. t ue (f my patients had Syphilitic ulrcra in his throat, which were consuming his palate and tbo top of Ids mouth. X'our Saraaparilla, steadily taken, I cured him in five weeks. Another was attacked by see . ondary symptoms in his nose, aud Hie ulceration had eaten aw ay a considerable part of it. so tint I talieve tins disorder would soou r.-a.-ti his brain and hill him. But it yielded to my administration of your cr,apurilla: the I Hirers heaied. aud in- is well again, not of course without some disfiguration to his face. A woman who bad bt en treated ior liio same disorder by mercury was suffering i t n an this poison in her bones. They had Itecome so s.-ii sitive to The weather that on a damp day she suffered ex cruciating pain in her joints and bones. She. too. was j cured entirely by your tarsaparilla in a few weeks, i j know from its toriuuin, which your neont"gave uie, that this Preparation from your laboratory must lie a gn.,t I renu-dy; consequently, three truly (riantliable reui;s | wild it have uot surprised me. fraternally yours, G. V. LARIMER, M. D Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint. IKDSfWPEHi.% l'roston (T ~ Va.. fffli July, lkiti. Dir. J. 0. Avrot: cir. 1 have tss-n affih tcd with a pain ful ehropi" Ki.eumaUsm for a lot g time, which Isittl- i the skill of physicians, ami stuck to me in spite of ail rhe remedies I ccinld und. until 1 tried your Sarsaparilla. < ie bottle cured me in two weeks, and restored ntv general health so much that I am iar heU- r th.-.!i before I was attacked. I think it a wonderfirl uuatlciur. J. FHEAM. Jules Y. Getrhell. of St. Louis, writes: "I have is-en aClh led for years with an aie£irm of the hirer, which deatouyed my health. I tried every thing, and every tiling failed to relieve me; and 1 have been a broken-dnwn nian for some years from no other cause ilian dtrooijement af tiie J.iter. My beloved pastor, tho lie,. Mr. Espy, advised me to try your ,k;tisiparilt.i, because he said be krew y rci, anil any thing you made was w-.s in tryirg. By the bh-s --ing of God it has cured Die, and has so purified my hhssl us to make a new man of me. 1 feel young again. The best that can be said of you is not half gis-i enough." Srhlrrni.Csnccr Turn or*, Enlargement, Ulceration, Curies ami Eifuliatieu of tbe ilunea, A great variety of .uses have been reported to n w iicr v euros of these formidable complaiut* buve resulted li nui toe use of this rerntsly, but oil r space b. ro will u>-t admit th-tn home of them may t>o found in out American Alms ,ai\ which the agenu below named aie pleased to furnish gratis to all who call for then:. Dj-Sjiepvia, Heart TM-ier, Fits, !lpilcy>- ny, ifelancbuty, Many remarkable <urrs of tiiese ait,etc u, imvo Iweii made by the alterative power of this >•-:; ;■ i simu lates the vital fnuctinos into vigurons ecti. n. no . Its overcomes disorders * bfrh would 1h- - :i; p -. e 1,-y.5,.. ,r.s resell, kn. ha remedy has long been r ;ulr it by the nr cei-iti. s of the peopls, and we are cuCdcul that this i.iii I do for theui nil that uiedu iuc ran do. j Ayer s s Cherry Pectoral, FOR TUT. li.KT'U) iTUSI (>Y ('<ldNi 'tnAucnzn, WorifiK Cronr), IlroilcMtK. li.< i ( n i:t Co i- Mni.;)<ioD, u>i<i for 7 1. of CoEsuinptivc Futiruik Of ihe TlUf n reroWijr "v T;iwrAll . known to tntftptHf nfy other f rthecorc oftlmKit .u i ibtits complyi. - rk&t iu in b"TO t. pt. •.;-? viiin uo of \*rlf • In unrivalled l>r r on ir • ttt.lf uurei MilnM'Tiarr ♦ j.. i; k thruV r J< •* ?!i- rivii;?. i: r u* i t. • • r: . *cw uri th* r< ni ii.i -r vr+ti u;- "tic v vho h ivo it •: b nitr j -!^ tmrl t xyrfrwr of i'* l. • •om- livinsr t : y ir. ti"ir >->r #-f j'.* \i i-:\ r i k • euhth*ami <1 vw< w.r.i -i hi r<- - a! I J.. An k:i. v.- :i ■ ' fl •e. .• - , en Ihev kri<-H, t .tho f. . Yifo n*h. . - r I r t do-more tiion t< mt i I •. r i*-. - i .. • • *:r tucF that it 'i *isi ' }i"n ; t\w rt%- .v t . |.sf w a Fi Strori- ; GJHTI tl: . U i*r" ©f :t. Prepared by Sr. J. G. AYES <N CO., Lowell. I B. F. Harry, Bed ford ; Barndollar & Son. Bloody Run ;G. R. Amick, S'- ("lairsvilte ; J. Breueman, Wi-odbeiry ; Geo. Gaiililf. West End ; J. E. Co'.vin, Scbellsi inp ■ arid by dealers generally. Oct. 12, 1860. fjOUHT P HOC I AM A I*l ON To the. Coroner, the Justices of the Pence and Constables in the ditfeent Townships, in the County of Bedford, G fee fins;. KNOW YE that in pursuan co cf a procppf to me directed, under the hand and seal of the Hon. FRANCIS M. UHMELL, President of the several Courts of Common I'lea- in the Sixteenth District, consisting of the conn ties oj Franklin, Bedford, Somerset and Fulton, and fry virtue ol his office ol tiie Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail delivery for the trial of capi tal and other offenders therein and in the Gene ral Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace; and A. J. SNIVELT JOHN TAVI.OJ .ESUS., Judges ol the same Court, in the same County of Bedford, You and each of you are hereby re quired to be and appear in your proper persons with your Records, Recognizances, Exairxoa tions, and other remembrances before the J jjges

aforesaid, at Bedford, at a Court of and Terminer and General Jai! Delivery an i Gene ral Quarter Sessions of the Peace theiein to be holden lor the county of Bedford, aforesaid, on the 3d Monday ot Nov. (being the 19th day,)at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that clay there and then to do those things to which youi several offices appertain. ✓ Gl\ EN under my hand at Bedford, on the 26ih Gay of October, *n lie year of our Lord 1860. WILLIAM S. FLUKE, Sheriff. Y|, r INCH ESTER & CO. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, AND PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MAN UFACTORY, JVb. 706 CUESTJVUT Street, Above Seventh, opposite the Washington House, Fine Shirts nnd Drawers mdde trom measurement a a lew days notice and in all cases Warranted to tit. Formula tor measurement furnished on ap plication bv mail. LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLE SALE BUYERS. May 18,'60,-lyr. nsiHWfi pS {]&&' I i \ N APERIENT AND STOMACHIC PREPARA j A \ Uon o! IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon, by combustion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the highest medical authorities, both 111 Europe and the United States, ai d prescribed in their practice. Ihe experience ot thousands daily proves that no preparation ct Iron can be compared with if. Impu rities ot the blood, depression of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate its ne cessity in almost every conceivable case, lnnox j lous in all maladies in which it has been tried, it has I proved absolutely curative in each of the following | complaints, viz : ! 1" Debility, .\rvuott Affryfions, Emanation, Dys , pepsin, Constipation, D< trrhata, Dysentery, Incipient j Consumption, Scrofulous T'tberi u/osis, Sail Rheum, iA/ istnenstI'Hultoll, II lutes. Chlorosis, Inner Cmptaint, Chronic Headaches, Rheumatism, lntemiittent Fever, Pimples on the Face, iV<-. In cases of General Dvbihty, whether the result 1 of acute disease or of the continued diminution of j neivous and nrjusculai energy irom chronic com | plaints, one trial ol this restoiative 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 it just returned from protrac ted travel in a distant land. Some very sig nal instances of this aind are attested of leuiale . sutfeiers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus, j sanguineous exhaustion, critical changes, and that i complication of r<ervou= and dyspeptic aversion In j air and exercise lor which the physician Las no j name. In A ervotes Affections of all kinds, and for reasons ! familiar to medical men, the operation of this prepa ! ration of lion must necessaiiiy be salutary, for, un- I like the old oxides, it is vigoiouiy tonic, without I being exciting aud over-heating : and gently regu larly aperient, even in The most obs r u ate cases of co.-tiveiiess, without ever being e gastric purgative, I or indicting a disagreeable sensation. It is this latter property, among others, which I makes it so remarxabiy efieetual aud permanent e j remedy for Files, upon which it also appeals to ex j ert a distinct and specific action, by diepeising the ! iorul tendency which forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes, a j single box of these Chalybeate Pills has olten suffi ced for the most habitual cases, in unchecked Diarrhua, even when advanced to • Dvstenteiv, confirmed, emaciating ami apparently malignant, the effects have been equail decisive and I astonishing. In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength, de ■ bilitating cough,and remittent hectic, which gene ; rally indicate Incipient Consumption, this remedy j has allayed the alarm of friends and physicians, in ; several very gratifying and interesting instances. In Scrofulous tuberculosis, this medicated iion ■ has had lar more the good effect of the most cau tiously balanced preparations of iodine, without any j of their well-known liabilities. The attention of females cannot be too confident ] iy invited to this remedy and restorative, 111 the ca ; sts peculiarly affecting them* j In Rheumatism, botn chronic and inflammatory, j in the latter, however, more decidedly, it has been I invariably well reported, both as alleviating pain | and reducing the swellings and stiffness of the joints j and muscles. In Ititermilttut Fevers it must necessarily be a j great remedy itid energetic restorative, arid it- pro j gre-s in the new settlements of the West, will pro ! bably be one of high renown and usefulness, j No remedy has ever been discovered, iri the whole j history ol medicine, which exerts such prompt nap py and fully restorative efierts. Good appetite, j complete digestion, tap.d acquisition of stiength, • with an unusual disposition foi active and cheerful ' exercise, immediately follow its use. i Put up in neat flat metal boxes containing 50 pills 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!i ietteis, ciders, etc., should be addressed ! to R. R Locke & Co., Centra! Agents, do CEDAR STREET, .V Y. July 20th, '6O. MLAIR COUNTY -NORMAL SCHOOL & SEMINARY, XtIAKTiNSBUAG, 11 LA IK CO., PA. E.J. OSBORNE, A. IS. ( n . . J. W. DICKERSON, i ' rmc T als - This institution will commence its first session ! with an able and experienced corps ci instructors j on Monday, Nov. sth, IbfiU. No expense ha> been j spared in making it thoiough and complete in every j department. The school building is constructed arid furnished upon the ii.u-t apptoved modern plans, and is one of tne best in the Male. It contain- a halt capable of seating 50(1 adults, wui: office, music looms, tutfi cient lor a school of 300 pupils. I ue school is located in a region of country un excelled lor its beauty and healthlulness, and is surrounded by a mora! and industrious community. ' 1 lie d.-lai ce 'o Cove Stanoil, Huntingdon and j Broad iop 1, R. is six miles; to Holltday sburg j Station, Pa. iv. R. 12 miles, wilh dailv stages from I t he latter and tri-wetkly from the former; thus ma- j king it. ea-y of access from ail pails of the country, i The objects of the school are : , Ist. The Professional Training of Teachers. 2nd. The thorough Education ol young la.lies and i gentlemen in the English and Ornamental Branches, j lid. The piep.iration of Students for College. The teaching Cla-s will meet daily lor lectures | on the Theory and Practice of Teaching, re nation horn a standard work on the subj-ct, or discussion ot Methods ol Teaching by the class. Students who desire to do so may prepare to en ter the riigher classes in college. '•Ladies will have a separate hoarding house and will be under the immediate supervision of an ex perienced Preceptress. instruction given in all the branches taught in the best Academies ana Seminanes. Whole expense, (exclusive ol Ornamental bran ches,) for boarding, tuition, furnished rooms, room renl, and fuel, SIIB.OO a Jyear. For circular, with full particulars, address E. J. OSBORNE, or J. W. DICKERSO.V, Care of J. C. Everiiakt, Mart'usburg, Blair co., Pa. Oct. 12. iSuli- J?XECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters testaments mentary on the Estate of Elizabeth Black, late of Napier tp., dee'd., having been granted to the un dersigned, notice is hereby given to all indebted to said Estate, to make payment immediate ly ana those having claims against the same, to present them properly authenticated for settlement JOS. W. TOMLINSON, Oct. 19th, 1860. Executor. jyOTICE TO CREDITORS. Take notice that 1 have app'ied to the Court of Common Pleas of the Comi ty of Bedford for the benefit, of the insolvent laws ol this Commonwealth, and that said Court has ap pointed Monday the 19th dry ol November, next, for the hearing of me and my creditors at the Court House, in the Borough of Bedford, when and I where you may attend if yon think proper. THOMAS O. MOCK. ! Oct. 19, 1860. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, i Letters of Administration ".having been j granted to the subscriber upon the estate of Jona than Horton. l ite of Bedford borough, dee'd., all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims agamst said estate, will present them properly au thenticated to the subscriber at Bedford, OLIVER HORTON, Oct. 5, 1860. Adm'r of the estaf® of Jonathan Horton dee'd. PHIL'A. ADVERTISEMENTS. JE. GOULD, • .Yo. 632 Chestnut St., cor. of Swath, PHILADELPHIA. PIANOS AND MELODEONS. KAVKN, HA CON & Co's., HALL6T,DAVIS & CO's., I JiOKJi's Jf CLAKK : S, A\D A. H. GALE AC CO'S. '%AS K j MASON Ac HAMLIN'S, AND PRINCE 5c CO'S, MELODEONS & HARMONIUMS. j Piano* and Melodeons to Kent. Second-heno Pianos, j May 18,'C0.-1 yr. Jr. H U B E R, • ;VrCCESSOR TO J. SORVER,) —WHOLESALE DEALER IN— j TOBACCO. SN UFF A ND CIGA RS, * J\"u S J\orth Fifth St., übove *.Hark<-t, Phi Pa. Also. Manufacturer ar.d Importer of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SEGA IIS. May IS, 18G0.—I yr. WILLIAM KAIGL'KL, JAMES 3J. WHITUf, I SAMUEL MOORE, KDWAKD A ADAMS, j WILLIAM Q. SKILLMAN, HfSliY I*. ATKINSON . ! AIGUEL, MOORE & CO., | ■*•*' LATE, JIAtOUEL AND CO., | J MPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN i DRY GOO I) S, i Aos. 220 222 J\'orrh Third St., nhove Race. r/rst side, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'u0.-l yr. ripHE WORLD'S GREAT EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDAL, awarded toC. MEYER . for h;s two PIANOS, Loi.iion, October 15, iSSI. &gs3£ .A f * i ; C. METER respectfully informs his fiiends and the public generally, that he has constantly on hand I PI ANOS, equal to those for which be received the Prize Medal in Londou, in IS.'M. All orders promptly attended to, £and great care - taken in the selection and packing the same. He Las received, during the last fifteen years, more Jlfedals than any otber.maker, from the Frank lin lnstitute_ —also, First Premiums in Boston, New York and Baltimore. VVarerooms, No. 772 ARCH S'reet, below Ei"hth, South side. PHILADELPHIA May 18, 1860, -lyr. JOHN O. JAMfcS, ISAAC WELSH, M. G. STERLING, \VM. C. KENT, G. A. SMITH, H. D. WELSH, CHARLES SANTEE, SAMUEL WHITE, J. TO.MLIXSOX. TAMES, KENT, SAXTEE X CO., llil'Or.TEaS AND JOBBERS OF D R Y GOODS, 239 he 241 NORTH THIRD STREET. ABOVE RACE, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'0Q.-1 yr. f OOKING GLASSES, ENGRAVINGS. PICTURE FRAMES, OIL PAINTINGS, The most extensive and elegant assortment at ttie very lowest rates.—Glasses in store of every de scription. Afahoeany framed Gla>ses, for country sales. Print and Portrait frames, Window Cornices, Gilt Mouldings, etc. Estimates for furnishing Glasses to fill every space, by mail on application. Engravings for Grecian and Antique Paintings.— j Catalogues gratis. JAS. S. EARLE & SON, 81G Chestnut St., Phil'a. May IS,'GO.-1 vr. 4 GREAT IMPROVEMENT xm ~ IN PIANOS. /y' ■ GEORGE VOGT takes tie opportunity of mfoim ing his friends and the public generally, that be has removed his Piano VVarerooms from No. 608 Arch Street, to No. 516 Ar-h Street, where he will keep constantly on band a laige assortment of his lately patented PIANOS, which'have-been pronoun ced by the best judges as lar superior to all other Pianos in the sweetness and purity of their tone and construction, heretotore manufactured in the UeitedhUates and England. May iS.'tlO.-ii mo. Jf'i RAN VfLLE STORES' ** GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, ONE PRICE AND NO ABATEMENT. NO. C.07 CHESTNUT STREET. GRANV ILLK SI ORES would return thanks to the public for then appreciation of his eflorts to please, and their liberal patronage. In order to keep up this kindly feeling, he has yielded to the solicitations ot many of his friends and inaugurated a new system, of Gifts with eaeh Garment sold, lo his choice selection of fine Fab rics. ami made-up Clothing, fie invites the scrutiny ot the public, as well as to his new tnod ot doing business. Each article is warranted to be, in Fab ric, Style and Make, equal to any gotten up in the City, and one puce, (lower than the lowest,) marked on the Ticket. Kacli article sold, cr measured for, is accompa nied by a Gift, varying in value fromSl to SIOO. N. B.—None but the most skillful De-igners, Cutters and Workmen employed; and satisfaction in Fit, Fashion. Fabric, Price and Gift, guaranteed at GRAX VILLE STOICES' ONE PR IJE GIFT CLOTHING EMPORIUM, NO. 607 CHESTNUT STREET. May 18,'60.-6 ms. j?XECUTOR'S NOTICE^ Letters testamentary on the last will and testament of Christian Blatteuberger, late ot St. Clair tp., dec'd., having been granted to the subscriber residing in said tp., notice is therefore given to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate piyment, and those having claims will present them forthwith lor settlement. JACOB CROYLE, Oct. 5, 1860. Executor, TRADE NOTICE BUXN, RAIGUEL CO., J\'o. 137 J\'orth Third Street, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF FANCY DRY GOODS, Invite the attention of Purchasers to their exteusive Slock us fancy Drv Goods, Silks, Embroideues, Cloths, Cafinneies fpc. May 15,'60.- Jj FRANK. JACKSON, PRINTER AND STATIONER, 433 CHEST A VT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.' May 18, >r. MARK THESE FACTS! THE TESTIMONY OF THE WHOLE WGFSLD> 3lol!m vey 1 s Ointment* vr>/ Bad Legs, Bud Breasts, Sores and Ulcers. All description of sores ait remediable by ttij proper and diligent u-e of this inestimable prepare tion. To attempt to eare bad tegs by plastering the edges of the wound together is a lolly; for should toe skin unite, a boggy b,-eased condition remains underneath to break out with tenfold fury in a few days. Ihe only rational and successlul treatment, as indicated be nature, is to reduce the uiriatnrria tion in and about tne wound, and to soothe the neighboring pai ts by rubbing in plenty of the Omt meiit, da &ait iorceii into meat. Diplhuia, Ulcerated Sore Thro,l, and Scarlet and other Fevers. Any ot the above diseases |ti>aj t e'eured bv well rubbing the Ointment three times a day into tbo chest, thioat and neck of the patient; it will soort penetrate, and give immediate relief. Medicine ta ken by the mouth must operate upon the whole system ere its influence can be felt many local part whereas the Ointment will do its work at once. Whoever tries the ungeunt 111 the above manner, f> the diseases named, or any similar disorders altec ting the chest and throat, will bua themselves re iieved as by a charm. Piles, Fistulas, Strictures. The above class of complaints will be removed by nightly fomenting the parts with wafm water, and then mo-t effectually rubbing in the Ointment. Persons suifenn- from these direful Complaints lose not a moment in arresting their progress. It should be understood that it ts not sufficient mere ly to smear the Ointment on the affected parts, bur it must be well rubbed in for some considerable time ruo or three times a day, that it may be ta ken into the system, whence it will remove any hidden sore or wound as effectually as though pal pable to the eye. There again bread and water poultices, aitei the rubbing in of the Ointment, will do great service. This is the only sure treatment for females, cases of cancer in the stomach, or where there may be a general bearing down. Indiscretions of Youth • —Sores and Ulcers. blotches, a, also s veilings, can, with certain-- be radically cured if the Ointment be used freely and the Pills be taken night and morning as tecotn mended in the printed instructions. When treated in any other way they only dry up in one place to break out in nuttier ; whereas this Ointment will remove the humour from the system, ana leave the patient a vigorous and healthy being. It will re quire time with the use of the Pills to ensure a las tiug cure. Dropsical Swellings, Paralysis and Stiff Joints. Although the above complaints difler widely ifi the.r origin and nature, yet they ail require local treatment. Many of the worst cases, ol such dis eases, Will yield in comparatively short space of time, when this Ointment is diligently rubbed into the parts affected, even alter every other means nave lulled. • In all serious maladies the Pills should be taken according to the priuted directions accom panying each box. Both the Ointments and Pills should he used in the following cases: Bad Legs, Fistulas, Bad Breasts, Gout, Burns, Glandular Swellings, Bunions, Lumbago, Bites of Moschetoes and Rheumatism, Sand-Fiies, Scalds, Coco-bay, { Sore Nippies, Chiego-/'o< t, Sore-throats, Chilblains, j Skin Diseases, Chapped Bands, ] Scurvy, Corns (Solt) Sore-heads Cancers, Tumors, Contracted and Stiff Ulcers, Joints, ' Wounds, Elephantiasis, Yaws. —None genuine unless the words "HOLI.OW.AY, NEW YOKK AND LONDON." are discernible as a \\ r ater-mark in every leaf ol the book of directions around each pot or box ; the -ame 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 P; >feSsor HOLLO WAV, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respec table Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, through! out the civilized world, in boxes at ho cents, 62 ct and §1 eacn. CEF*Tbere is considerable saving by taking the larger si/es. N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder aie aiiixed to each box. Nov. la, 18.3D. ITNITED STATES MAIL LINE BETWEEN CHAMBERSBCKG & LATROBE, v.a BEDFOKP. A new and splendid line of Concord built Coaches, leaves Chamber-burg daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 A- M., and arrives *l. .-■}• in Bedimd at 7 I'. in ay. Bedford Daily, (Sunda) s excepted) at 7 A. M., tor Lutrohe. making close connection with Mail train loi Pittsburg and the West. Returning, leaves La trobe daily (Sundays excepted) on the afrival of the train from Pittsburg, at 9 30, A. M., and arrives in Bedford same evening. Passengers wishing logo Ea-t, take the roach next morning at 7 A. M., uml arrive at Chamb.Tsb.irg same evening ut 7 P. M. RATES OF FARE :—Erom Bedford to Cnam bersburg, $1 50. From Bedford to I.atrobe, $3 50. Flom Bedford to Pitt-burg, $4.25. The stock on this road cannot be surpassed by any in the State, and the d.ivers are careful, sober an.i accommodating. This is the cheape-t, most expeditions and pleasant rou.e passengers can take, going East or West. For luither information apply to .lame- Reamer, Chamber-burg, John Hater, Bed lord, Chas. W. Fisher, i.attohe. A. J. UEESIDF., Contractor. N. B. Passengers to" Somerset and Johnstown, connect at Stoystown with J. A. Carman's Line of Mail Coaches, al-o, ut Jtnner X Roads with E. Kiat mari's mail line. Sept. 7, ISGO. PUBLIC SALE OF GEORGE B. KAV'S REAL ESTATE, IN HOPEWELL TP- By virtue oi an order of the Oiphaos' Court of Bedford County, the undersigned wiM offer at pub lic sale, on the premises, on THURSDAY, 15th of NOVEMBER, next the fol owing described real es tate, viz : THE MANSION TRACT of said de cea-ed, containing 262. acres, about .'tfoacres clear ed and under fence, and in a high state of cultiva c-'-. tion. The improvements a-e jr-rr-jk ONE NEW LOG FRAME HOUSE, D jtffi •'yc'.* BANK BARN, and th" nece-sary ' ■ _ — our building-. This farm is ur;e of the best in Hop* * ell tovvNsh'p, beinj;good limestone land and having three k irad springs and (,-schuni thereon. One other Tract containing 143 Acres, tXi per, about 04 acres cleared and under fence. The im provements are Wo 1,02 Houses, two St.iblea audi out buildings. Vheie is a yoodspnngon the prem ises, and also ax orchard thereon. This is good land, ami in a gjod state of cultivation. These lands are all in a good section of country, within a short distance of the Rail Koad and at the i/msr of ready market all the lime. TERMS—One third to remain in property during lifetime of widow, the interest tbeieon payable to her anniialiy—one third in band at confirmation ot sate, aod the balance in two equal annual pa) moots without interest. JAMES F. KAY, Sept, 14, 13 60. Trualeg.