Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, April 19, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated April 19, 1861 Page 3
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, I XHK WAR COMMENTED ' 1 I TERRIBLE CONFLICT RAGING !! ' ; HK HAMMER & ANVIL TKLUMPHANT 1 (he subscribei woalil respectfully iriform the cit - us of Bedford 'anil vicinity. that .h has located the old stand of {John C'laar, iihinfcdiately east of ' n | n (; ric e's Hotel, where h£ is rejidy to do all woi k '.'is line, such as boise-shoeing,, wagon making, in ihe best style, and at prices to suit the Be earnestly solicits a liberal share of the " Hunan*of who may need work in his line. '"V iii ad hear the "music of the anvil" and give WILLIAM COOK. Apnl 19- f ■ T A I.' A RLE FARM AT P R I V AT E \ SALE.—The undersigned is desirous of !,,rosins ol his farm, situated about 2i miles slu'h ol'Bloody Run, containing about 87 a ,O more or less, about 45 acres cleared and under fence, 4 acres in meadow, atiJ the bai lee we I! timbered and arable land. The jrn r,ovements consist of a Two Story Log House, I rout-house,spring-house, new and comtnodi " jiarn &c. There i*a fine orchard on (he , mises' The farm is well watered with springs and streams. For terms and further particulars apply to lb undersigned. CHRISTIAN F. FRIEND. April 19. I t V ECU TOR'S NOTICE. K Letters ]testamen iai v having been granted to the subscribers, by the Register of Plain county, upon the last will and "testament ol Conrayi Claycomb, tale of IVaukslowu township, in said county, dee'd., r ,li persons indebted to said estate aie hereby notified to make immediate payment, and all r iviti ,T claims will oresent them fur settlement. MICHAEL WEKTZ, CONRAD CLAYCOMB, "x'ors., residing in Union tp., L'edfoid rr. Aprif 19. IE McGIRR, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PENN'A. Office on JULIANS* STREET, sime as occupied by WILLIAM M. HALL, F.sq. [apri! 19,'61 | DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER-HIP. The pailnership heretofore existing between Dock & Ashcom, in the Foundry ft Machine business, has this day ■veep dissolved by mutual consent. Theßooks of the firm are in the hauls of C. W. Ashcom, who authorized to settle the same. GILLIARD DOCK, C. W. ASHCOM, April 12, 1861. JC. B.— l'he business will be continued by C. W. Ashcom at the old stand, wnere all kinds of machinery will be made arid repaired. XT 0 T 1 C E . Letters of Ad ministration on the Kstate of Pavid F. Brown, late of Middle Woodberry tp., dee'd., having been granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted to -■aid estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present 'I .'rn properly authenticated tor settlement. SAMUEL WERKING, April 12, 1801. __ _ Adop'r. , I I XECTJTOR'S NOTICE.— "j Letters tesfa lainentary on the estate of of James Williams, late of Napier tp., dee'd., having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them prop eilv authenticated for settlement. JOHN WILLIAMS, B. F. WILLIAMS,J April 12, 1801. Kx'ors PROCLAMATION. To the Coroner, the Justice* of the Pear', and tCon stahles in the different Townships in the County of Bedford, Greeting. KNOW YE that in pursuance of a precepMo nr.c directed, under the hand and seal ol the Hen. FRANCIS M. KIMMELL, President cfthe several Courts of Common Pleas in the Sixteenth Pi.triet, consisting of the counties of Franklin, Bedford and Somerset, and by virtue of his office of :he Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail delivery for the trial of capital and other offenders therein and in the Geneial Court of Quarter Sess ions of the Peace J and JOHN TAYLOR tind A. I. SNJVELY, Ksqs., Judges ol'the same i oort, in the same County of Bedford, You ami each of you are hereby required to be and appear in your proper persons with your Records, Recognizances, Examinations, and other remembrances before the Judges aforesaid, at Bedford, at a Court of Tver and Terminer and General Jail De'.iveiy nnd General Quarter Sessions of the Peace therein o be holden for th° county of Bedford, afore said, on the last Monday of April, (being the 29th day.) at 10 o'clock in the fo enoon of that day. •here and then to do those things to which your everal offices appertain. GIVEN under my hand rt Bedford, on the .oth of Vnril, in the year of out Lord, 1861. JOHN J. CESSNA, April oth,'6l. Sheriff. YOT I C E Is fcerefey given, to all whom it may concern that I have pur chased at Sheriff's Sale, on Thursday, the Ith of April, one bay mare, two cows, one wind-mill, fifteen acres of wheat in t he ground, ami ten acres of rye, all of which said property 1 intend to Ipave with Adam Earnest during my pleasure, and here by caution all persons against interfering wi'h the same. MICHAEL HOLDERRAUM. April 12, IS6I. 1 >EI)FORD RAIL ROAD COMPAN Y. ) The Stockholders of the Bed ford Rail Road Company are hereby notified that a meeting will be held at the office of the Compiny, " Bedford, on Saturday the 27th day of April, inst., a! 10 o'clock A. M., foi the purpose of accepting or rejecting the supplement to the charter of the com pany passed at the present session of the Legisla ture in relation to the commutation of the Tonnage Tax on the Pennsylvania Central Rail Ro.id Com pany so far as the same relates to and concerns the Bedford Railroad Company. By order of the Board, Attest ; S. L, RUSSELL, JOHN P. RSED, President, [april 12.] Secretary. CHARLES HOTEL, CORNER OF WOOD AND THIRD STREETS. PITTSBURGH, PA HARRY SHIRLS, PROPRIETOR. April ]2 1861. J P. H U B E R, •SUCCESSOR TO J. SORVER,) —WHOLESALE DEALER IN— TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS, •"5 8 J\orth Fifth St., above Market, Phi La Also. Manufacturer and Importer of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SEGARS. May 18, 1560.-1 yr. ROCK POWDER— Just received and for sale by March 22. A. L. DEFIBAUGH. Tist of retailers A Or Foreign and i Domestic Goods, Wares and Merchandize, in Hed ; ford County, for the year 1861. j BEDFORD BOROUGH. Class. $ Cu. ' Oster Ac Carn 13 10 00 ! A. B. Cramer 8c Co 13 jo 00 ; ! Nicholas Lvons 14 700 I Jacob Reed, 13 )o 00 j Miss Margaret Fetterlv 14 00 jS.Bc W. VV'. Shuck 14 700 j Robert Fyan 14 00 ; J, M. Shoemaker 8c Co 14 7 00 Mrs. S. E. Sigafoos 14 7uo Isaac Lippell ~ 14 700 Agnes Saupp 14 700 John Arnold ) 4 700 William Hartley 11 700 Geoige Blymire 14 700 j L)r. B. F. Harry, Drugs 14 700 iH. C. Reamer, do 14 700 A. L. Defioaugh, Confectionary 8 500 Jacob Bollinger, do 8 000 John Hafer, Ten Fin Alley 7 50 Do Billiard Table 7 50 Reed, Rtipp Schell, B.tnke rs 10 00 John J Luther, Eating House 10 00 John G. Minnich, do 10 00 James B. Farquhar 1 00 BEDFORD TOWNSHIP. Bedford Mineral Springs Co. Bil'd. Table 7 50 " " '*' Ten Pin Alley 750 | i John S. Rite hey, Distillery, 10 00 BROAD TOr John F. I.owry, Store 14 100 j I.angdon <V Smith 14 700 : John Foster, Fating Hou-e 10 00 " Ten Pin Alley 7 50 COLF.RAIN A. C. James, Store, 4j|pj 700 ■ James 8c Barnhart, 14 700 N.C. Evans, Confectionary 8 500 CPA/BERLAND VALLEY. Thomas Growden, Store, 14 700 John May 11 700 j Daniel Anderson " 14 700 Jarcb Anderson It 7 00 EAST PROVIDENCE, iD.A. T. Black, 14 700 : John Nycum, !4 700 John Lauderbaugh, it 700 HARRISON. | Valentine B. Wertz- 1 1 700 Jacob C. Ijevore 14 700 JUNIATA. Geoige Gardill 14 700 jL. N. Fvan 14 700 : William Keyser i t 700 Hillegas 8c Mowry 14 700 ■ Fred."Hillegas, 14 700 I Hillegas 8c H inly, Distillerv to 00 ; L. N. Fyan. do 10 00 j LIBERTY". Jacob Fockler i t 7 00 Lewis Putt 14 7 00 AfONROE. James R. O'Neal 14 7-00 Daniel FlfAcher li 7 00 Isaac Grove 14 7 00 NAPIER. ! John Wayde 14 700 George W. Blackburn 14 700 SCHF.LLSBURG BOROUGH. I Isaiah Conley 14 700 A. B, Bunn 14 700 John Smith 14 7 00 JohnS.Schell 14 7 00 E. Statler 4* Son 14 700 Jacob Mil'er 14 7 00 Duncan McVicker 14 7 00 John E. Colvin 14 7 00 SNAKESPRING. Nicholas Koons 14 7 00 ST. CLAIR. G. D. Trout 14 . 7 00 j Simon Hershman 14 7 00 F. D. Beegle . 14 700 Miss Ann C. Smith 14 7 00 Nathan Wright 14 7^0 n G. B. Amick 14 "HQO George H in.sling 14 7QO Josiah Blackburn 11 700 B. F. Horn 14 7 00 SOUTHAMPTON, Heniy C. Lashley. 14 700 John Cavender 11 7 00 WEST PROVIDENCE. John Gilbert 1-J. 700 Thomas Richey 14- 700 James M- Barndollar 8r Son 14 7Op J. B. Williams 14 7 00 Wm. States 14 7 00 Simon Shaler 14 7 00 P. G. Morgret. Ten Pin Alley 7 50 David Broad, Eating House 10 00 Charles Blake do 10 00 Jacob Wagner 10 00 John C Black, confectionary 5 00 Eli Ram-ay, drugs 11 700 MIDDLE WOOD BERRY. H. M. Neal 14 700 Andrew Baker 14 7 00 George R. Barndollar 14 700 A. L. Beekhmffer 14 7 00 Jacob Breniman 11 7 00 Joseph R. Durborrow, confeetionnry 5 00 Samuel Longenecker do 5 00 SOUTH WOODBERRV. David F. Buck ll 7 00 Daniel M. Bare I t 700 Samuel Oster II 7 00 Jacob Kauffman 14 7 00 Robert Ralston It 7 00 UNION. Wm. Lamburn 14 7 00 LONDONDERRY. T.J. Porter . 14 7 00 George R. Bailey 14 700 D. V. Evans 14 700 N. B,—'there will be an appeal held at the Com , missioners' Office, in Bedford Borough, on Saturday the 4th of May, 1861. LEVI AGNEW, April 12, 1861. Mercantile Appraiser. vfoflCE.— !\ In the Court of Common Pleas, of Bedford county, Feb'y., Term 1861. Application for a charter of incorporation for "the Rector, Church-wardens and Vestry-men of the Church of St. James." In pursuance of the order of said Court of Com mon Pleas, NOTICE is hereby given that certain persons of the Borough of Bedford, meaning to as sociate together as members, of the Protestant E piscopal Church, have made appycations, filed with the Prothonotary, setting forth that they are desi rous to acquire and enjoy the powers and immuni ties of a corporatio.i or body politic, and accompa nied by a constitution, or instrument in writing, specifying the object, article, conditions name style and title, under which they mean to associate ; and that, if no sufficient cause be shown to the con trary, the said Court will, at next Term, decree j and declare that the said persons shall become and | be a corporation or body politic, under the name i stile and title of "the Rector, Church Wardens, and Ventrymen of the Church of St. James." By or der of the Court. S. H.TATK, April sth,'6l. .It. Proth'y. #3s^o© Pays the entire cost for Tuition in the most.pop ular and successful Commercial School in the couu ! try. Upward of TIV ELI E HUNDRED y ung j men from TIF ENIY-EIGHT different States, | have been educated for business here within the ; pastthree 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 at any time, and review when they please, with out extra charge. For Catalogue of 80 Cowley's Business and Ornamental Penmanship, and a large engraving of the College, inclose twen ty-five cents in Postage Stamps to the Princi pals, JENKINS 8* SMITH Jan. 18, 1860. Pittsburg, Pa: JOHN 0. JAMES, ISAAC WELSH, 11. G. STERLING WM. C. KENT, G. A. SMITH, H. I). WELSH, CHARLES SANTEK, SAMUEL WHITE, J. TO.MMNSON. TAMES, KENT, SA NTEE A CO., 1 IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS, 239 & 211 NORTH THIRD STREET, ABOVE RACE, PHTI.A DELPHI AJ May 18 '6O -1 vr. MARTHA T. MARTIN, C. H. II AM RICK, i. A. L. MORRKI GEO. R. I'KDPLR, s. B. MARTIN. Tqt A. H A KER, ! " * WITH MARTINS, PEDDLE, HAMRICK & CO. —IMPORTERS OF— HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTION'S. No. 30, - X'ortk Fourth St., Phil . May 15.'60.-1 yr. j ,ED FORD COUNT F SS. I ) A! an Orphans' Court held at Bedford, in and for said countv of Bedford, on the 11th day of February, „■. D., 1861, before the Jud- I ges of the s irne Court. On motion of John Ce-sna, Esq., the Court grant a rule upon the heirs and legal representatives of Mrs. Jane Reily, late of Bedford Borough, deceased, to wit: James Collins. Daniel Collins, Mrs. Civil la Stump. Mrs. Sarah Kelly and John Cessna, to be and appear at an Orphans' Court to be held at Bed ford, in an I for s-id county, on the li ft h Mojjdayfc 29th day of April next, to accept or refuse to take the real estate of said Jane Keiley, at the Vaiu .tiop which has been valued and appraised in pursuance of a writ of Partition, or Valuation, issued on*, of the Orphans' Court of Beilfotd county, and lo the Sheiiff of saitl county, directed, or show cause why the same should not be sold, by order of H>c said Court. ' n testimony whereof, 1 have here unto set my hand and the seal of the ! aaia Court, at Bedford, the Cth day SwSffiJSL. Of March, A. D., 1861. S.H.TATE, Clerk. ATTEST: JOHN J. CESSNA. Sheriff. April sth , '6l. JERUSALEM? -A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL I NjO .4/ ETR IC A L PICFH it /; OF JERUSALEM AND THE SACRED PLACES SURROUNDING THE HOLY CITY, ' AS THEY APPEARED IN ANCIENT TIMES. The above work is commended to the favorable notice of clergymen, and those having charge of Sunday-schools, Bible-classes, and public institu tions. It is about nine feet long and six feet wide, co lored and varnished, and mounted on can'/as wifti. rollers. It has been constructed Trent t i-mo-1 reliable authentic sources, and will be found an invaluable ' aid to those engaged in lecturing on thp Holy Land, ' or in imparting instruction to school classes on the subject Fo which it refers. It aims to give an exact idea of the city as it ap peared in ancient times. It is taken nsa "birds eye" or "balloon" 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 for some distance around. The View is accompanied with an Outline Key, in which the different localities are numbered, and and a Descriptive Manna] containing all the infor mation necessary to enable one to u*e the View to advantage in teaching or lecturing. THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES Thisjs a Weekly Religious Paper, published at the very low price of ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. it is designed for PARENTS, TEACHERS, and all who are engaged or interested in the religious training of the young, it is also an excellent FAM- I Y PAPER. A portion of the Suuday-ScJtooi Timet is occu pied with NARR AT IVES and other mattei particu larly interest wig To young persons. Teachers will find in it much that they will like to read to their cl is.se:—interesting matter preparec lo their hand-, and such as they cannot find elsewhere. For the same leasons, members of Bible-classes, and the older schollars geneiaily, will be greatly benefit ed by the perusal of this piper. The Shi> day-School Times has every week a re port of the choicest in-tter, selected from the NOON PRAYER-MEETINGS, which are so interesting to all classes of Christians. Besides a large amount of general religious intel ligence, the Sunday School Timet contains all the most .ccent Sunday-school news. It reports all the important CONVENTIONS of Sunday-school teach ers. It discusses the questions which most inter est and petplex teachers and parents, respecting the various methods ol religions trainiug for the young, the means of gaining the attention and the affec tions ot children, and especially of securing iheir conversion and bringing them to Christ. The sub ject ol Mission-Schools for cities, and of Sunday school missionary work for the interior, is thor oughly canvassed. Indeed, there is hardly a top ic of practical importance to any who are interes ted in the subject of religious education, which is not here brought under consideration from week to week. The conductors of this paper .eitdeavoi to remem ber, that the great end of all Christian effort is to b.ing mm to Chrit. They aim, accordingly, to put into every numbtr ol the paper something which shall have for its uirect object the conversion of souls.

SPECIAL OFFER. The Proprietors of the SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES having acquired the exclusive right of sale of the splendid woik mentioned above, the MAP OF AN CIENT JERUSALEM, offer |t as a special premi um to those superintendents, teachers, or otheis, who will assist in getting new* subscribers to the paper. We offer this superb premium to. any ony who will send us the names of 12 new subscribers and sl2 in cash. CAUTIOA. every case, before beginning to canvass, be sure to write to us and obtain the necessary docu ments and instructions. '1 hese will help you great ly in prosecuting the work*, and will save you many mistakes. Enclose 0 cents in stamps to pay pos tage. Address PROPRIETORS OF THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES, 148 South Fourth street, Philadelphia. N. B.—Specimens of the Sunday-School Times, and a copy of the Map of Ancient Jerusalem, may be seen at the bookstore of H. C. REAMER. April 6th, '6l. 3m. Jin so v> s Mountain Herb Pills. 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The stomach will not digent Utefood perfectly. The liver ceases to aecrOle a sufficiency of bile. The* action of the heart is weakened, and HO the circulation is feeble. The lungs become clogged with the poisonous matter ; hence, a cough—nad. ail from a alight impurity at the fountain head of life —the Wood f 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. A quickly does impure Moodily to every part, and leave its sting behind. AH the passages become obstructed, and unless , the obstruction is removed, the lamp of life soon dies out. These pills not only purify tbo biool, but regenerate all the secretion 4 ? of the body: they are, therefore, unrivalled j as a CUKE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES hirer Complaint. ?"ick Headache. Ac. 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Good news for the Unemployed. 10GO Chances to make Money ONE MILLION lIOLLIRS WORTH OF WATl'lilES, .JKWHI.KY. AX D SILVER-PL! TED-WIRE, TO BF DISPOSED OF ON A A EATIKKIiY YEW AND ORIGINAL PLAN. mi tCEMS WINTER!! All persons des'rous of procuring an agency in tiiis MEW KiWKfiPBINK, Should send on their names at once, enclosing a tfiree cent stamp (o pay postage, AND receive by return of mail .1 PREMIUM f.VTVLfllil E Containing OUR INDUCEMENTS, V Which afford A BARE €IIA ACE TO MAKE mommw without risk, together with FI LL PARTICULARS Relative to this NOVEL PLAN! To insure prompt and satisfactory dealings, ad dress all orders to GEORGE G EVANS, 439 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. April 5. W. W. MAIR. JOHN S. DAVISON. MAIR AND DAVISON, Importers and Dealers in Sttdillcrj, Carriage and Trunk Hardware and Trimmings, NO. 127 WOOD STREET, Pittsburg, Penn'a. April 5, *6l.- 1 yr. ! 4 M KHI<' \N wArc□ C'MI'ANV C.Ot.D AA'D SILVER WATCHES. OFFICE JOHN A. STODDAUT, NO. 411 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADEL PHIA, PENN'A. Attention is Invited to the following /it. statement and the accompanying testimoni als in favor of these CELEB RATED AMERICAN WATCHES, A Gold Medal was awarded the Company by the I Massachusetts Mechanical Association, 1860. A Gold Medal waa also awarded them by the Atner | lean Institute at New York, in 1857. The Compa !ny also received the First Premium—a Gold Medal i —l'iom Ihe Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, in ! ISSR. , These Watches have now been in the market for , nearly ten years, during which time they have been j tested as to I ACCURACY, DURABILITY AND RELIABIL ITY, in every conceivable manner, and have proved t hems elves to be the most satisfactory time pieces : ever offered to the public. Thii* result has been brought about by a strict ap f plication of mechanical science to the construe;ion , of the watch from its very inception, rendering it, I when finished . MAT HEM. 7 TIC AL L Y CORR EC /, in all proportions, and necessarily as perfect a time keeper as it is possible to make. The Company have tested their Watches, in many instances, by actual daily noting, and the re sult of this test has been that they h .ve exhibi'ed a rate aqual in regularity to the best marine chro i nometer. j N. B.— We have just introduced a MEIV STYLE OF WATCII I eiaboiately finished, and thinner than any we have heretofore produced, with several improvements 1 calculated to secure the greatest accuracy of perfor ! marice, and Jo prevent the usual accidents and de- Vangements to which foreign watch/ are liable. Let In- from Paul Morphy, the. Celebrate'! Ch'ts Player. ativ Yor.K, Oct. 15, IS>9. ; Mr. it. K BOBBINS, Tieas. Ain. Watch Co. : Dear Sir.—The American Watch, No. 9210. presented me by the New York Chess Club, proved | to be a most reliable and accurate time-keeper—al- I most unnecessarily so lor ordinary purposes. It is now nearly five months since it came into my pos : session, and duiing that period its variation from f standard time has been but a trifle more than half a j minute. The following, is a record of its perfor | manee. It was set June_3d correctly : j June 15, fast-1 seconds. Aug. 15, fast IS seconds. ' July I. - 6 do Sept. 1,-23 do 15, -10 do - 15, - 28 do Aug. 1, -16 do Oct. 1,-32 do 1 give you permission to mnke such use ol this statement as you may think proper. I am, with respect, yours truly, CAUL MOHI'HY. The following is from Mr Porter, the u'r./t known .Mar ine Chronometer and Watch Maker. BOSTON, Sept. 28, 1859. i U. E. ROIHUNS, Treas. Am. Watch Co. Dear Sir:—l have sold during the last year a I considerable number of Watches of the Waltham manufacture, and am happy to say that all of them ; without exception,have fulfilled my guaranty, and ' have given satisfaction to the purchasers. GEORGE E. PORTER. The following mimed gentlemen may be refer red to 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, Ca!. Carlos D. Stuart, Long Island, Tdwnsend Harris, Japan, Horace Greeley, Frank Leslie, Norman Wiaid, Wis, Dr. J. Marion Sims, i Charles Hammond, Phtl'a., Prof. Bartlett, West I Point, Dr. Ammi Brown, Boston, Lieut. Henry A. ! Wise. U. S. N., Col. W J. Harder., 0. S. A„ S. ! Ireneus Prime, D. D. White Plains, Col. T. B. i Thorpe; CAUT I O V . A-trtir-\V 4 cb i ou- AVIV#> I Y COLIY! ei felted by foieign manufacturers, we have to inform the public that no Watch is of our production which is nnacompanied by a certificate of genuineness, bear ' ing the number of the Watch, and signed by our Treasurer. R. E. Bobbins, or by our predecessors, Appleton, Tracy Si Co. These Watches are for sale by Jewelers general ly, and can be had on applic.tion to the under signed. JOII . V A. S T ODD AR T, Number 11 I Chestnut Street, above 4th St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. March 15, 1861.—0m0. PHIL-'A. ADVERTISEMENTS * E. o O U L D, **• Mo. <i3-2 Chestnut St., cor. of Seventh, PHILADELPHIA PIANOS AND MELODEONS. RAVEN, BACON Jc CO*S., HAM.F.T, DAVIS fc CO's. M NN'S '< '"LARK'S, AND A. 11. GALE Ac CO's ■3 - - |- SP I MASON & HAMLIN'S, AND PRINCE &CO'S. MELODEONS &. HARMONIUMS. Pianos and Melodeots to Rent. Second-hann Piano 3. May 15,'60.-1 yr. A FRANK. JACKSt/V PRINTER AND STATIONER, 439 CHEST A UT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. May 18 '6G.-I yr. WILLIAM RAIGCF.L, JAMES M. WHITtIT, SAMUEL MOORE, EDWARD A ADAMS, WILLIAM G. SKILLMAN, 11 FNKY P. ATKINSON AICUEL, MOORE & CO., LATE, RAIGLEI. AND CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, Aos. 220 St 222 A'orth Third St., above Race. West side, PHILADELPHIA. May 18,'60.-1 yr. r|IHE WORLD'S GREAT EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDAL, awarded toC. MEYER r his two PIANOS, London, October 15, 1851 C. MEYF-R respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has constantly on hand PIANOS, equal to those for which he received the Prize Medal in Londou, in 1851. All orders promptly attended to, |and great care taken in the selection and packing the same. He has received, duiing the last fitteen years, more Jlfedals than any other.maker, from the Frank lin Institute—also, First Premiums in Boston, New York and Baltimoie. Warerooms, No. 772 ARCH S'reet, helow Eighth, South side, PHILADELPHIA May 18. 1860, tvr. \ ANI> STOMACHIC PRKPARA , \ t.on of IRON purified of Oxygen an,! Carbon by combustion m Hydrogen. Sanctioned by u, • highest medical authorities, both in Europe and tf • I lilted Males, and prescribed in thei, practice Ibe exjierience of thousands da.iy proves that I preparation ol Iron can be compared with it. imm; ritiesol t.n? blood, depression of vital energy, pale and other wise sickly complexions indifcale its ne cessity in almost every conceivable case. lnnox ions mall maladies in which it has been tried, it has proved absolutely curative in each o( the follow i,, complain Is, viz : ® 1" Debility, Nervou* Affections, Emanation, /J,,,, pepua, Const,potion, Diartham., Dysentery, IneiJeut C outumphttH, Scro/it/o/t< TitUrc/osis, Suit RArnm, ; Ch/orosis, Liver Cmp/ame no u iflurhe.,, likeuniati-sm, Intermittent Fev I implet on the I-are, fyc. c'" c " ( ~' Dvfnhty, whether the result ne'vnni disease or of the continued dmiii.ut.on ot "f" , ■ nd r energy irom chronic corti ces 7,0* r° ne ° l tlj ' S "* sto,a " v has proved suc fenl? ,V' **'*"! * bick r, ° ds < r '|Hon nor writ ten attestation would render credible. Invalids so own ."XVf [' aß . ,( \ become forgotten in their own neighborhoods, have suddenly he-appeared in | he busy world as .f just returned trom pr.trac ted travel m a disum land, Some ve.JSL i L "I this hind are attested of teniae sufferers, emaciated victim! of apparent marasmul, sanguineous exhaust,on, criUcal changes, and that complication 01 Nervous and dyspeptic aversion s„ name! ,or wfrtch !he Physician has nt fsmllT "t Af/ertion-. ol all kinds, and for reason familiar to medical men, the operation ofthisprepa ratio .of I,o„ mu-t necessarily he salutary, for, un ! ,he . ox ides, it is vigorously tonic, withou erng exciting ar.il over-heating : and gently regut uirly aperieni, eveft in flie most obs'ir.ate cases ol !!*i 'V*** W '' tl,out evel being a gastric purgative, or inflicting a disagreeable sensation: tis tins latter property, among others, wbicn ' ' f SO "f" larKdb 'y e'fectual and permanent a ert 1 . I' "P on w hich It aU appears to ex ; . . lS ' n^t a " •I*cific action, by dispersing the local tendency which forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes, a ced'for hL the f e ( balybeate Pills has often snfli ce<. .or the irio-t habitual ca^ps. 'vstentery, confirmed, emaciating and apparently malignant, the etlects have been euiiall decisive ami astonishing. In the local jrams. |„ ss of H esh and strength, de ra I .nX C ? US r' and rem,Uent hectic, which gene rail) indicate Inctpitnt Consumption, this remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and physicians, in several very gratify,ng and interesting instances. In Scrofulous rubtrentotis, this medicated iron has had tar more the good eflect of the most cau tiously balanced preparations ol iodine, without any of their well-known liabilities. Hie attentioni of females cannot be too confident ly invited to this remedy and restorative, in the ca ses pecu'laily affecting them. In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflammatory, m the latter, however, more decidedly, it has been invariably well reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing the swellings and stiffness of the joint* anil muscles. In Intermittent Fevers it must necessarily be t. great remedy and energetic restorative/and its pro gress ,0 the new settlements of the West, will pro bably be one ol high renown and usefulness. No remedy has ever been discovered, in the whole ht.-tory of medicine, which exerts such prompt hap py and fully restorative effects, (food 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 oO cents per box ; for sale by drugg.sts and dealers. U ill he sent free to any address, on re ceipt of the price. All letters, orders, etc., should be addresse to R B Locke & Co., General Agents. July 20,b, >6O. ?0 CEDAR STREET, N. Y. 4 DMINISTRATOR'S N'OTJCE. . , Letters oi administration bav.hg been granted to the subscri ber npoh the estate of Sidney R. Whitfield, lateol P-ovtJence t P .,dec d., all persons knowing them "idebred are requested to make immediate payment and thrse having claims will dresent them tor settlement. r „ . JOH* W. SAitfS, 8 ' *1 Administrator A DMINISTBA rOK'S NOTJCE.- Letters of admin istration on the Estate of Eliza Colvro, hte 'of the Borough 1 Schelisburg, dee'd, having been "ran ted to the subscriber, living in said Borough, all person- indebted to said Estate are notified to make • immediate payment, and those having claims wilt present tnem properly authenticated for settle ment. M. i,- CKO ROE M. COLVIN, .larch 10, lt>ol. Administrator. AD MIMSTRA TOICS NOTICE— Notice is hereby given that Letters ot Administration, have been grante., to the un dersigned, on the E.-tate of Benjamin Wigfield late ot Southampton Township, Bedford county, dee'd that all persons indebted to said estate, are reques ted to make payment, and those having claims thereon, will present the same dulv authenticated for settlement. „ , NATHAN ROBISON, .larch '2oth, 'til. Administrator. A LLECHENY MALE A.XP FEMALE SEMINARY, R A!.\tl!t( RGi Rcdlonl Co., P.i. RL\ . P. \\ . BRIM, A. M., Principal, Mi-s A. L. BRIM, Preceptress, Miss 8. J. BRIM, Teacher on Piano Forte. This institution, under the supervision of the a tove named persons, assisted by other competefi- Tcachers, affords a full cout-e in .Mathematics Natural sciences, Languages, and Belles Lettres in music, Painting, &c., it gives extended instrue lion. Ihe Spring Term will commence on.April S ISGI. Students admitted at anytime. Habits of health, system, and piomptness , views, moral, so cial, and domestic, aie here made promineftt ob jects of education. That the physical powers, as well a< the mental, may be cultivateJ—Calistben ic exercises are necessary—here the Students meet each day for systematic physical exercise. w).l J Will pay for board, including, fur ' nished rooms, loom rent, fuel and tuition in common Engtish, per term of eleven weeks. Extras, .1 modent'e Charges, even less than heretofore, ot than the circular calls for. Students prepared for fhe highest class in col lege. For Circulars, or particulars, address W, W. BRIM, Bee. Ot, IS6O. Kaiusbtirg, Bedford Co., l>a f|NHE RAILROAD CAN'T BE MADE IV FATMIWT IS NFffT.BCTFD ' All those that are 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 injure nobody. By attending to-his notice the car can be kept in motion. So d >n"t forget to 'calf immediately. „ , nA A. BEFIBAPGH- March 20. SHF.fALND WOOL, Ml colors a- UrT KEROSP.NF. OH., the best I'd- > "srr,,' K