Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, April 12, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated April 12, 1861 Page 3
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.REGISTER'S NOTICE— I-f All persons interested . -Kprebv notified, that the following named ac -8 tints have filed their accounts in the Regu- C > Office of Bedford County, and that the same '"if be presented to the Orphans' Court in and for a County, on Tuesday, the 30th day of April, s t the Court House, in Bedford, for confir ms!., 81 lu rDa , tl °'l he account of Nicholas Lyons, surviving L-Lcutor ol the last Will, to., ol L ure.ee Hnr. „ 1 ,te of Bedford Borough, dec d. ®* n > j hg accoun t o.' Adair. Geller & Josinb Mil ""Fx'rs of the last will, tc., ol George Gcller, ' ol Londonderry tp., dee'd. •j The accoontfof John Johnson, Adm'*. of the Estate 0( Michael Huff, late of Southampton tp., (CC The account of Jonathan Snider, Adm'r. de bonis non, of the Estate of Tohn Snider, late of • Mo - Dl °xJ l e'acccuotof Jos. W. Tomlinson, Adm'r. , 'b cn is non, with the will annexed, of Joseph ' a te of Napier tp., dee'd. The account of Joseph W. Tomlinson, F.x'r. f , he i a ct will 4-c-, of Elizabeth Black, late of account of John P. Reed. Trustee t sell Real Estate of Win. Anderson, late of Broad -1 s PtP i he C accoußt ot George W. Williams, Cuai an'of Martha J.ne Young & Stiltman A. Fisher, „ J n or children ol Pamiila Fishei. 9 The account of Peter F, Lehman, Ex'r., of the last will, &c., of Hannah Miller, late oi Lon "jo" The cccount of Joseph Crisman, adm'r. of {he estate of Michael Reed, late of Liberty twp. " V \\" The account of Joseph Ciaar, ex'r. of the i a , t will, &c., of John Claar, late of Bedford Bor. L j2 The account of Samuel Griffith, adm'r. ot the estate of Elizabeth Griffith, late of Bt. Clair !P 'l3* C Tbe account of John Wentling, ex'r. of the last will, &c-j of Wm. H, Wentling, late of Cum berland Valley tp., dee'd. 14. The account of John Lum'n, adm r. of the estate of Zacheus Lumaa late of Cumberland Val ley tp., dee'd. Office, I S.H.TATE, Beflfoid, April stb. i Register. The following named persons have filed their Eonds & Petitions for Tavern Li .Ynse, in the otfica of the Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for Bedford I'oun'v, and the same will he presented to said Court, on Tuesday, the 3i'ih day of April, lust. Isaac Meugel, Jr., Bedtord Borough. Mis. Sarah Filler, " " Joseph Alfiip, John Hafer, " " A. G. Allen, " Township. Jo!m Todd, " " G. W. Figard, Broad Top Township. .1. S. Beckwith " - " John A. Gump, Bloody Run Borough. Jacob Snider, Cumberland Val. Tp. Martin Fichtner, • Hariison Tp. Henry Corley *' Josrph FoSJer, Juniata tp. M. Hildebrand, - " Jonathan Fichtn-r, Londonderry, tp. Jacob Rahm, Liberty ,p. \l's. C. Tricker, " Peter Amich, St. Clair tp. Nathan Davis, " David Sleek, " D.n'l. L. Defibaugh, " James Barefoot " H. ,y \y. J. F, Smith Rainsburg Bor. George M. Colvin. Schellsburg Bor. John S. Kobison " Wm. C. oniveiy, " Bernard O'lSeal, Southampton tp. B. A- T. Black, East Providence tp. George Megraw, " George Stuckey, Napier tp. Sam'i. Mixel, Monroe " Henry Fluck, Middle Woodberry tp. Wm. M. Pearson, '■ James L. Prince, South Woodberry. Tfios. E. Reighart, Union tp. Michael Wyant '■ A.J. Pennell, 0- Coleratn. Clerk's Office, Bed- ( S. H. TATE, lord, April 5, 1861. £ clerk. BEDFORD COUNTY SS. At an Orphans' Court he'd at Bedfoid, in and for the county of Bedford, on the llthdayot February, A. D. 1861, before the Judg es of the said Court, On motion of John .Mower, Esq., the Court grant a rule upon the heirs and legal representatives of Mrs. Hannah Horton, late of Monroe Township, deceased, to wit: David Evans, John, who is dead, leaving issue, three children, viz : Lewis, Harvey and Eliza, intermarried with Reuben O'Neal, Wil- I ham who is dead, leaving issue eight children, viz : Henry, deceased leaving two children, viz: names and ;esidence unknown, George Washington. Wil liam, residing in lowa, Wilson residing in Fulton f'ounty, Penn'a., Jane intermarried with James Bar 'on, Fnlton county, I'enn'a., Harrison, residence not known, Alary Ann, intermarried with Alfrev Con ner, residing in Marion county, Ohio, and Marga let Elizabeth, residing in Maryland, Loin Evans, Cadvvalader Evans, Philip Evans, dead, leiving three children, vtz : Mary Jane, intermarried with John \ ms, Thomas Jefferson, Ann Elizabeth, the last two minors, under lourteen years of age, and a wid ow, Rpbecca Evans, and Isaac Evans, to be and ap pear at an Orphans' Court, to be held at Bedford, in and for the count) of Bedford, on the fifth Mon day, 29th day of April, next, to accept or refuse to • 'ke the real es'ate of said deceased, at the valua - lion, which has been valued anil appraised in pur - iance of a writ of Partition, or Valuation, issued 1 oat of our said Court, and to the Sheriff of said j county, directed, or show cause why the same i should not be sold. ?iV*Kt testimony whereof 1 have hereunto | set my hand and the seal of said Cniut, wUaii at Bedford, the '2lst day of Feb'y. A. D IS6I. S. H. TATE, ATTEST . Cl'k, I JOHN J. CESSNA, Sheriff. Arr3 stb, '6l. BEDFORD COUNTY SS. At an Orphans' Couit held at Fedtord, in and for the county ot Bedford, on the Ilth day of Feb'y., A. D. IS6I, before the Judges of the same Court, On motion of A. King, Esq.,tbe Court grant a ' tie upon the heirs and legal representatives of Henry Ickes, late ot Union Township, deceased, to wit; George Icke.-, John Ickes, and Adam lckes, re "idiog in Lower Sandusky county, Ohio, Michael ickes, residing in Seneca county, Ohio, Henry Ick ps, Suiail, intermarried with Frederick Sliffier, 1 /..ibeth, intermarried with Christian Cain, Cath arine, intermarried with Isaac Horn, and Joseph "kes, residing in Bedford county, I'enn'a,. and two crand children, daughters of Mary, now dead, who as intermarried with John Hull, of Gabriel,to wit : 1 aa. intermairied with Joseph Gairer and Catha r.ne intermarried with John McCreary, residing in Bedford County, to be and appe tr at an Orph xns' ( onrt to be held at Bedford, in and for the County of Bedtord, on the fifth Monday, twenty-ninth day "f April, next, to accept or refuse to take the real '"ate of said deceased, undisposed of al the Valua on, wb ch has been valued and appraised in pur ■ lance of a writ of Partition, or Valuation, issued it ot our said Court, aud to the Sheriff of said "nunty directed or show cause why the same should not be so)d. fSjjßKgto In testimony where of 1 bave here ;| unto set my hand and the seal of said' toMayJ Court, at Bedford, this 21st day of February, A- D. 1861. S. H. TATE, ATTEST : Cl'k. '"us J. CESSNA, Sheriff. April sth, '6l. 1 V OTICF..— .\ All persons interested, are hereby no ''fied thai the undersigned, administrator of the Fstate of Joseph Weyandt, late of Union Township, lee'd., will apply to the next Orphans' Court, to be held at Bedford, April 29th, 1661, for a discharge Horn his said office April sth. 186! ELI AS DELL. IVEDEORD COUNTY SS. 1 ) At an Orphans' Court held at Bedford, in aud for said county of Bedford, on the lllh day ol February, n. P., ISGI, before the Jud ges of the same Court. On motion of John Cessna, Esq., the Court grant a rule upon the heirs and legal representatives of Mrs. Jane late of Bedford Borough, deceased, to wit : James Collins, Daniel Collin-, Mrs. Civil la Stump, Mrs. Sarah Kelly and John Cessne, fo be and appear at an Orphans' Court to be held at Bed ford, in an I for said county, on the fifth Monday, 29th day of April next, to accept or refuse to take the real estate of said Jane Reiley, at the Valuation which has been valued and app'aised in pursuance of a writ of Partition, or Valuation, issued out of the Orphans' Court of Bedfoid county, and to the Sheriff of said county, directed, or show cause whv the same should not be sold, by order of the said Court. ,rUTr, in testimony whereof, 1 have here unto set my hand and the seal of the <(a ' a ourt > at Bedford, the 6th day i of March, A. D., 1861. S. H. TATE, Clerk. ATTEST: JOHN J. C KSSNA. Sheriff. April sth , '6l. JERUSALEM. A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL I SJO METRI CjJ L PIC rt 7 R F OF JERUSALEM AND THE SACRED PLACES SURROUNDING THE HOLY CITY, AS THEY APPEARED IN ANCIENT TIMF.S. The above work is commended to the favorable notice of clergymen, and those having charge of Sunday-scbool3, Bible-classes, and public institu tions. It is about nine feet long and six leet Wide, co lored and varnished, and mounted on canvas with rolleis. It has been constructed frem t e most reliable authentic sources, and will be found an invaluable aid to those engaged in lecturing on the Hoiv Land, or ir, imparting instruction to school classes on the subject to which it refers. It aims-to give-an exact idea of the city as it ap peared in ancient times. It is taken as a "birds eye" or "b ilioon" view, the beholder being, in Imagination, placed at a considerable elevation, so as to take a comprehensive view of the city and of the whole country lor some distance around. The View is accompanied with an Outline Key, .in which the different localities are numbered, an ! anT a Descriptive Manual containing all the infor mation necessary to enable one to use the View to advantage in teaching or lecturing. THE SU.YD.IY-SCHOOL TIMES This is a Weekly Ke'igiona Paper, published at the very low price of ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. It is designed for PAEKNTS, TEACHKBS, and all who are engaged or interested in tbe religiou training of the young. It is also an exce lent FAM i V PATEB. A portion of the Sunday School Times is occu pied with NARRATIVES and other mattei particu larly interesting to young persons. Teachers will find in it much that they will like'to read to their cl tsses—interesting matter prepares to their hands, and such as they cannot find elsewhere. For the same reasons, members of Bible-classes, and the older scbollars generally, will be greatly benefit ed by tbe perusal of this piper. 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Address FROTIUETORS ok THE Srs%lY-ScHooi, TIMES, 148 South Fourth street, Philadelphia. N. B.— Specimens of the Sunday-School Times, and a copy of the Mip of Ancient Jerusalem, may be seen at the bookstore of H. C. REAMER. April oth, '6l. 3m. BLAIR COUNTY NORMAL SCHOOL & SEMINARY, MARTINSBURG, BLAIR CO., PA E. J. OSBORNE, A. B. I . , J. W. DICKERSON, f Principals. This institution will commence its spring session with an able and experienced corps of instructors I on Monday, April Bth, 1861. No expense has be<* n spared in making it thorough and complete in every department. The school building is constructed and lurni-hed ' upon the most approved modern plans, and is one ol the best in tbe seating 500 adults, with office, music rooms, suffi cient for a school of 300 pupils. Thesohaol is located in a region of country un excelled for. its beauty and bealthfulness, and i<- surrounded by a moral and industrious community. The distance to Uove Station. Huntingdon and Broad Top R, R. is six miles; to HoUidaysburr Station, Pa. K. R. 12 miles, with daily stages Iron the latter and tri-weckly trom the former; thus me king it easy of access from all parts ol The country The objects of the school are : Ist. The Professional Training of Teachers. '2nd. Tbe thorough Education of young ladies and gentlemen in the English and Ornamental Branches •3d. The pieparatron of Students for College. The teaching Class will meet daily lor lectures on the Theory and Practice ol Teaching, recitation from a standard work on the subject, or discussion oi Methods of Teaching by tbe class. Students who desire to do so tnay piepare fo en ter the higher classes in college. t Ladies will have a separate boarding house and will be under the immediate supervision of an ex perienced Preceptress. Instruction given in all tbe branches taught in tbe best Academies and Seminaries. Whole expense, (exclusive of Ornament il bran hes,) for boarding, tuition, furnished looms, room ent, and fuel, SI 16.00 a year. 'or circular, with full particulars, address K. J. OSBORNE, or J. W. DICXERSON, J. C. EVERIIART, Martmsburg, Blair co, T Pa. ~ Oct. 12. 1860- HOCK POWDF.R— Just received and for sale by March 22. .A. L. DF.FIBAUGH. HARD TIMES MADE EASY ! Good news for the Unemployed -1000 Chances to make Money ONE MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF WATCHES, JEWELItY. AND SILVER-PL A TED-WARE, TO BE DISPOSED OF ON AN ENTIRELY YEW AND | ORIGINAL PLAN. •ATjii AGENTS WANTED!! I A ! jH-iscms des'rous of procuring an agency j in I his \g;w KNTtiaift'ltlSE, ShoulJ send on their names al once, enclosing a three cent stamp to pay postage, and receive bv leturn of mail A PREMIUM CATALOGUE j ronta-ning OUR INDUCEMENTS, Which afford A 15ARE CIIAXCK TO MAKE ; without risk, together with Ft'Uit'AlM'lClbAt S Relative to this NOVEL PLAN! I To insure prompt and satisfactory dealings ad \ dress all orders to GEORGE G EVANS, 439 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, | April 3. (Ty m,:s 5. o o Pays the entire cost lor 'Tuition in the most pop- ularami successful Commercial School in the coun try. Upward of TWELVE HUNDRED v ring men from TWEN'i Y-EIGHT Afferent States, have been educated for business here within the past three years, some of whom have been employ ed as Book Keepers at salaries of $•2000.00 PER ANNUM, immediately upon graduating, who knew nothing of ! accounts when they entered the College. sons half price. Students enter I at any time, and review when they please, with ! out extra charge. For Catalogue ol SO pases, Specimens of Prof. ] Cowley's Business and Ornamental Penmanship. - and a large engraving of the College, inclose twn --! ty-five cents in Postage Stamps to the Princi pals, JENKINS & SMITH Jan. 18, 1860. Pittsburg, Pa. JOHN O. JAIUS, ISAACWEI.SU, B. G. STERLING WM. C. KENT, G. A. SMITH, H. D. WELSH, CHARLES SANTEE, SAMUEL WHITE, J. TOMLINSON. JA MES, K ENT, SANTEE & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS, 239 & 311 NORTH THIRD STREET, ABOVE RACE, PHILADELPHIA. May IS 'CO -1 vr. MARTHA T. MARTIN, C. H.U AM RICK, J. A. L. MQKREI GEO, K. PEKDLE, 8. R. MARTIN. f A - 11 AKE R , , A • WITH I MARTEN'S, PEDDLE, HAMRICK it CO. —IMPORTERS OP HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS, JYo. 30, North Fourth St., Phil . j May 15.'60.-1 yr. I' •• R. H (J B G R, • , a t'Ct'ESSOK TO J. SORVER,) —WHOLESALE DEALER IN TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS, .Vo 8 A >rth Fifth St., above Market, PhiVa Also. Manufacturer and Importer of FOREIGN ANT) DOMESTIC SUGARS. May 18, 1660.-1 yr. j W. W. MAIR. JOHN S. DAVISON. MAIR AND DAVISON, Importers and Dealers in sn<l<ilery, Carriage and Trunk Hardware aud Trimmings, NO. 127 WOOD STREET, Pittsburg, Penn'a. April 5, '61.—1 yr. ! 1 DM INI STRA TOR'S NOTICE.— j i'\_ Letters of administration having I been granted to the subscriber living in Napier Township, on the estate of Elizabeth Hinton, late of Napier Township dee'd, all persons indebted to said Estate are notified to make payment immedi ately, and those having claims against said Estate will niesent them properly authenticated for set tlement. SIIADRACH HINTON, April sth,'6l. . Adm r. I O HER I FF'S SALE.- O By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, j to me directed, there will be sold, at the Court House on Saturday the 27th of April, inst., the followins property, to wit : All the defendants' interest in and to ! a certain one story log frame church building 33 feet in front and forty feet in depth, situate ; in Stonerslown in Bedford county, and the lot or piece ol ground appurtenant to said building

! and taken in execution as the property of the j Trustees of St. Mathias' Church, at Stonerstown 1 Bedford county. J. J. TESSNA, Sh'fl. J Vit S O .I*' H Mountain Herb Pills. ABOVE, we present you with a perfect likeness o\ Tezuco, a chief of a tribe of tl* strange Aztec Nation, that ©ncp ruled Mexico You will And a full account of him and his people io our PmnphietK and Almnu&cs—l> be had gratis, from the Agents for theee Pill*. rhe Inventor and Manufacturer of "Judson'e Moon tain Herh Pills," lias *pent the greater part of his life in traveling, having visited nearly every country in the world. He spent over six years among the Indians of the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that the •* MOUNTAIN HRRH PILLH" were discovered. A very interestin account of bis adventures there, you will tinii in our Alumnae and Pamphlet. It is an established fact, that all arise from IMPURE ISLOOU : The olood is the life! and when any foreign or unhealthy matter gets mixed with ft, it is at once distributed to every organ of the body. Every nerve leel> the poison, and all the vital organs" quickly "complain The stomach will not tiigt st the food l>erfectly. The liver ceaeos to aecrete a si.flleHnry of bile. The actum of the heart is weakened, and so the circulation is feeble. The lungs become clogged with the ]>oiHonouK matter hence, a cough—and ail from a flight impurity t the fountain head of life—the Blood ! As if you had thrown some earth, for instance, in a pure .spring, from which ran a tiny rivulet, in a few minutes the whole course of the stream becomes disturbed and discolored. As quickly does impur- blood fly to every part, and leave its a ting behind. AH the passages become obstructed, an ) uulcl-j the obstruction ;s remove !, the l imp of life soon dies ul. 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LIST IIOIRS (IF WEBSTER! JUST ISSUED A WkGFHFICEJJT ENGR tVIJIC REPRESENTING THE LIST HOURS OF WEBSTER. Executed in the finest style of art, and pan* ted on heavy plate paper 25 by 30 inches, ma* kins a most appropriate ornament for the par lor, the library, or the office. This superb engiaving will be given to each purchaser of the work entitled THE LIFE, SPEECHES AND MEMORI ALS OF DANIEL WEBSTER, CONTAINING HIS MOST CELEBRATED ORATIONS AND HIS LIFE AND TIMES. BY SAMUEL*M. SMUCKER, L.L.U. THIS WORK CONTAINS HTS LAST GREAT SPEECH ON THE SLAVERY COMPROMISE. In the U. S. Senate, and the Addresses deliv ered on the occasion ot his death by Rufus Choite, Edward Everett, Geo. S. Milliard, William H. Seward, Lewis Cass, Jefferson Davis, Butler, &.C., &c., with the Funeral Obsequies atMarsh field ; and all the prominent incidents ot his Public and Fiivate Life. The specimens of Ins massive oratory include the finest'speecb es. 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The Company have tested their Watches, in rr.any instances, by actual daily noting, andthp re sult of this test has been that they hive exhibi'ed a rate aqual in regularity to the best marine chro nometer. N. B.— We have just introduced a A EW STYLE OF WATCH elaborately finished, and thinner than any we have heretofore produced, with several improvements calculated to secure the greatest perfor mance, and to prevent the usual accidents and de rangements to vvbicii loretgii watchts are liable. Lrtter from Paul Morpfty, /he Celebrated Ch• Player NEW YOKE, Oct. 15, 1859. Mr. R. E BOBBINS, Treas. Am. Watch Co. : Dear Sir —The American Watch, "No. 9240. presented rtie by the New York Chess Club, proved to be a most leliable and accurate time-keeper—al most unnecessarily so lor ordinary purposes. It is now nearly five months since it came into my pos session, and during that period its variation from standard time has been but a trifle more than half a minute. The following is a reeo-d of its perfor mance. It was set correctly: June 15, fast-1 seconds. Aug. 1.5, fast 18 seconds. Juiy I, - G do Sept. 1,-23 do 15, -10 do - 15, - 28 do Aug. 1, -16 do Oct. 1, - 32 do I give you permission to mnke such use of this statement as you may think proper. I am, with respect, yours tiulv, PAUL MORPHY. The following is from Mr. Porter, the well known Murine Chronometer and Watch Maker. BOSTON, Sept. 28, 1859. R. £. ROIIBINS, Treas. Am. Watch Co. Dear Sir : —1 have &old during the last year a considerable number of Watches of the Waltham manufacture, and am happy to say that all of them without except ion, have intfilled my guaranty, and have given satisfaction to the purchasers. GEORGE E. PORTER. The following named gentlemen may be refer red lo in relation to these Watches. Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, Maine, John G. Saxe, Vermont, N. P. Willis, N. Y., Hon. N. P. Banks, Massachusetts, A. L- Hamilton, Tennessee, James W. Simonton, Cal. Carlos I). Stnart, Long Island, Townsend Harris, Japan, Horace Greeley, Frank Leslie, Norman Wiard, Wis. Dr. J. Marion Sims, Charles Hammond, Phil'a., Prof. Bartlett, West Point, Dr. Atmni Brown, Boston, Lieut. Henry A. Wise. U. S. N., Col. W J. Harden, U. S. A., S. Ireneus Prime, D. D. White Plains, Col. T. B. Thorpe. CAUTJ O J\ . As our Wa'ch is now extensively cotntetfeited by foreign manufacturers, we have to inform the public that no Watch is of our production which is unacompanied by a certificate of genuineness, bear ing the number of the Watch, and signed by our Treasurer, R. E. Robbins, or by our predecessors, Appleton, Tracy & Co. These Watches are for sale by Jewelers general ly. and can be had on application to the under signed. JOH A" A. STODD AR T, .Number 411 Chestnut Street, above 4th St., PHILADF.LPHIA, TA. March 15, 1861.-omo. PHLL_'A. ADVERTISEMENTS f E. G 0 U L D, **• Ao. G32 Chestnut St., cor. oj Sevnfh, PHILADELPHIA PIANOS AND MELODEONS. R C.VKN, BACON It CO's., BALLET, DAVIS It CO's. MINX'S IJ- CLAUK'S, AND A. H. CALK It co's MASON It HAMLIN'S, AND PRINCE &CO'S. MKLODFjONS it H A RMO N IUMS. Pianos ami Melodeons to Rent Pianos. May IS,'GO.-1 yr. || FRANK. JACKS' IN, PRINTER AND STATIONER, 439 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. May IS '65.-1 }f, WILLIAM RAIGTF.L, JAMES M. WHITBY, SAMUEL MOORE, EDWARD A ADAMS, WILLfAM G. SKILLS!AIt, IIFNRY P. ATKINSON g AICUEL, MOORE & CO., " ® LATE, RAIGUEL AND CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRV GOODS, .Vcs. '220 it 222 jYorth Third St., above Race, West side, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'60.-1 yr. 11HE WORLD'S GREAT EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDAL, awarded toC. MEYER or his two PIANOS, London, October 15, 1851 C. MEYER respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has constantly on hand PIANOS, equal to those lor which he received the Prize Medal in London, in 1851. All orders promptly attended to, fand great care taken in the selection and packing the same. He has received, during the last fifteen years, more Medals than any othei maker, from the Frank lin Institute—also, First Premiums in Boston, New- York and Baltimoie. Warerooms, No. 772 ARCH S'reet, below Eighth, South side, PHILADELPHIA Mav 18. 1860, -lvr. Bffli&wftEATV- Kt , vr J rotis^ißON.l ~ for y*". '■;£--' ! \ \mo( R !ri!\ AX ! ) STOiIAC HiC I'KKPAKA s\ lion of IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon ,by combustion in Hydrogen. Sane i.ined h r th in 8 authorities, both in Euro,* and tl. ■ ; 1 nited States, and prescribed in their practice Ihe experience ot thousands daily proves that , preparation of Iron can be compared v.itfc it. Imp;, nties of the blood, depression of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate it. ne | cessity in almost every conceivable case. Innox . lous mall maladies in which it has been tiied, it La, j proved absolutely curative in each of the following • complaints, viz : s | h, Debility, Nervous Affection, EmaciotLvn, Du, ??""< potion, Diarrhoea, Dysruten, UeinuW | ContHmpt.on, Scrofulous Tuberculosis, S.Jt Rheum, hhsmenstr nation, Whin,. Chlorosis, Live, Ctnplaint t, route Ihtf/tir),.., Rheumatism, lute,mine,,. Fere i l nnptr an the Fare, j '■* of General Drlihly, whether the ,e,uit of acute disease or of the continued duninutiou of I lie. VOLS and muscular energy from chronic , o,„- j plaints, one trial of this restorative has proved suc | cessti, to an extent wh ich no d scription nor wt --! en attestation would lender credible. Invalids so I IM* bed-ridden as to have b-come forgotten in their | own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-appeared in he bnsy worW as ,f p,st return, froo! p.,t.ac ! : ,ravel ,n distant land. Some very sig- II nal instances ot this Kind are attested of feiirafe sufferers, emaciated victim- of apparent marasmus, -anguineous exhaustion, critical chang-s, and that complication ot nervous and dyspeptic aversion to j -nr and exercise for which the physician has no I name. In Nervous Affections of ail kinds, and for reason : ami!ur lo medical men, the operation of ihisnrepa ration ot lion mu-t neces-aiily be salutary, for, un like the old oxides, it is vigorously tonic,' vvithou - being exciting and overheating ;'and geiitly regut iaiiy aperieni, even in tlift most obs'inate cases ot costiveness, without eve; being e gastric purgative, or inflicting a disagreeable sensation. It is this latter property, among others, whicu ' makes it so remarkably effectual and permanent a lemedy lor Pt/es, njion which it also appears to ex ert a distinct and specific action, by dispersing the local tendency which forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes, a single box ol these Chalybeate Pills has often suffi ced for the most habitual ca*es. in unchecked Diarrhtra, even when advanced t Dysleotery, confirmed, emaciating and apparently malignant, the effects have been equall decisive and astonishing. .IP *'.' e ' oca ' pains, loss of flesh and strength, de bilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which gene ra jy indicate Incipient Consumption, this remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and physicians, in seseral very gratitying and interesting instances. In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated iron has had far more the good effect of the roost cau tiously balanced preparations of iodine, without an* of their well-known liabilities. 1 he attention of females cannot be too confident ly invited to this remedy and restorative, in the ca ses peculiarly affecting them. In Jl heu mat ism, both chronic and inflammatory, in the latter, however, more decidedly, it has been invariably well reported, both as 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 its pro gress in the new settlements of the West, will pro bably be one of high renown and usefulness. No remedy has ever been discovered, in the whole history of medicine, which exerts such prompt hap py and fully restorative effects.' Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid acquisition of stiength, with an unusual disposition for active and cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use. Put up in neat flat metal boxes containing 50 pills price J0 cents per box ; for sale by druggists and dealers. Will be sent free to any address, on re ceipt of the price. Ali letteis, orders,, etc., should be address. to B D Locke & Co., General Agents, 20 CEDAR STREET, N. Y. July 20th, '6O. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters oj administration havibg been grahted to the subscri ber npoh the estate of Sidney R. Whitfield, late of E. Providence tp., dee'd., all persons knowing tbem selaes indebted are requested to make immediate paymeut and thre having claims will dresent them for settlement. JOH" W. SAAfS, [mar. 8.) Administrator. A DIMINISTRATOK'S NOTICE.- Letters of admin istration on the Estate of Eliza Colvin, late *ol the Borough t Schellsbutg, dee'd, having been gran ted to the subscriber, living in said Borough, all persons indebted to said Estate are notified to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settle ment. GEORGE M. COLVIN, -Maicb 15, 1861. Administrator. 4 UAHNISTRATOR S NOTICE.— - "fIP Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration, have been granteu to the un t dersigr.ed, on the Estate of Benjamin Wigfield, late of Southampton Township, Bedtortl county, dee'd., that all persons indebted to said estate, are reques ted 'o mske payment, ano those having claims theieon, will present the same duly authenticated for settlement. NATHAN ROBISON, March 29th,'61. Administrator. ALLEGHENY MALE AND FEMALE SEMINARY, IMIXSBFKtt. Bedford Co., Fa- REV. W. W. BRIM, A. M., Principal, Mi-s A. L. BRfM, Preceptress, Miss S. J. BRIM, Teacher on Piano Forte. This institution, under the supervision of the a bove named persons, assisted by other cfWnpeten- Teachers, affords a full coutse in M theinafics Natural sciences. Languages, and Belles l.ettres. in mnsic, Painting, ,Vc\, it gives extended instruc. ticn. The Spring Term will commence on April? 16C1. Stodents admitted at any time. Habits of health, system, and p.ornptness views, moral, so cial, and domestic, aie here made prominent ob ject# of education. That the physical powers, as well as the mental, may be cultivated—Calisthen ic exercises are necessary here the Students meet each day for systematic physical exercise. .*)•) Nr j VVill pay for board, including fur- OC-CeOU "'iistied rooms, room rent, fuel and toition in common English, per term of eleven Weeks. Extras, -t moderate charges, even less than beretofme, c>r than the circular calls lor. Students prepared for the highest class in col lege. For Circulais, or particulars, address W, W. BRINK Dec. 21, 1880. Kainsburg, Bedford Co., Pa EMNHE RAILROAD CAN'T BE MADE -S IF PATMEXT IS NEGLECTED ! All those tbat ate indebted to the undersigned, are requested to call and pay up. The accounts are numerous and none large, and can be paid at once, and injuie nobody. By attending to -his notice, the car can be kept in motion. So d >n't forget to Call immediately. A. L. DFFIBAUGH- March 29. SHF. TALNP WOOL, all colots at Dr. Harry's K F.ROSF.NF. Oil,, the best t cie ' /"WryV