Newspaper of Bedford Gazette, April 26, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of Bedford Gazette dated April 26, 1861 Page 3
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\y ALUABLE FARM AT PRIVATE \ SALE. -The undersigned is desirous of ~ nl his fa-tn, situated ahout 2£ miles V ijih id"Bioidv Run, containing about 87 a rt.-- more or less, about 45 acres cleared and jt-nce, 4 acres in meadow, and the bal ance well timbered and aiable Sand. Th im provemeats consist ot a Two Story fy>2 H >use, s „Tout-house, spring-house, tieu aid com mod i ■is bam, ike. There is a fine orchard on the premises. The larin is well watered with j .prims and streams. fi.r terms and further particulars apply to! Hi., undersigned. T HRISTIAN F. FRIEND. \ ir ill9. " j. VxECU TOR'S NOTICE. L, Letters testamen- ; ~, V having been granted to the subscribers, by ; it,. Register of Blair county, upon the last will j and testament ol Conrad Claycomb, iate of j Frail list own township, in said county, dec'd., j ail persons indebted to said estate aie hereby ! n lifi d to make immediate paymeut, and all! 1 -vm-r claims will oresent them for settlement, i MICHAEL VVEKTZ, CONRAD CLAYCOMB, Es'ors., residing in Union tp., Bedlctd t. | April i 9. rOHN PALMER, F * AI TG RXE Y AT LJL W, BEDF OR D, PE N N 'A ~ Will promptly attend to all business entrusted to ins care. O.fice on Jultanna Street, (nearly oppo- ' site the Mengel House. [april 19''60 j T E. McGIRR, P | , ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEDFORD, PEN.VA. i Office on Ji-LiANNA Street, sjtne as occupied by Wi: LIAM M. HALL, Esq. [apri! 19,'6! ] j Dissolution of partnership, j The partnership j hcretolor* existing between Docket Ashcom. in j the Foundry & Machine business, has this day i been dissolved by mutual consent. Tbeßooks ot" j (he firm are in the hands ol C. VV. Ashcom, who ■ is authorized to settle the same. GILLIARP DOCK, C.VV. ASHCOM, April 12, 1861. I N. B.— I'he business will be continued by C I W. Ashcom at the old srand, wnere all kinds of machinery will hi made : . 1 repaired. TjTXECUTOR'S NOTICE— JPj Letters testa- j tamentary on the estate of of .lames Williams, late of Napier tp., dec'd., hiving been granted to! the undersigned, a'l persons indebted to said rs'rre ai" requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them prop- j e;!y authenticated for settlement. JOHN WILLIAMS, B. F. WILLIAMS, Aprr! .12, 1801 Ex'ors \-"0~T I G E ~j J. N Is b.ereoy given, to all whom it may concern tliat I have pur chased at Sheriff's Sale, on Thursday, the 4th of April, one bay mare, two rows, one wind-mill, fifteen acres o 1 wheat ' < f lie ground, and ten acres 1 of rye. ail of which said property I intend to i-ave with Mam Earnest during my pleasure, u-ui here- j by <•_ i ion a'! persons against interfering wi'h the stme. MICH AE L HOLDERBAUM. Ap.ii 12, IS6I. rail road company. The Stockholders OFT bo !>.*d- 1 fi.iti.it Cnmpanv nr hereby no'ified that a r, -1. i will be ■l, at ike office of the Company, ... Beiiiori , on Satui(Jay the 27th day o: April, inst , at 10 o'r'ock A. M., foi the purpose of accepting or rejecting the supplemei * to the charter of the com pany pa -ed.i: the present session of the Legisl - 'ure in r lation to the commutation of the Tonnage Fax r.n the Pennsylvania Centra! Rail Roil Com p vSO far as ihe same ielates to and concerns the 1 ■ .Ai ' cud Company. By order of the Bo .rd, At est : S. L. RUSSELL, Jo:o P. Reno, President, [april 12.] Sect Han . QTMHA RLES HOTEL, * r* COASEN OF wood and third strikts. PITTSBURGH, P A HARRY SHIRLS, Prophibtor. April J2 1801. | P. H U B E R, C> * -rCCESOR TO J. SORVER,) —WHOLESALE DEALER IN - TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS, ,\o S J\ORIH FIFTH ST., ABOVE .MARKET, PHIPU Abo. Manufacturer and Importer of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SUGARS. May IS, 1560.-1 yr. ■V. V. MAIil. JO II .-I S. DAVIS on. MAR AND DAVISON, 0 Impoiters and Dealers in * <lls s*j, Carriage a<l Trtmk Hardware and Trimmings, NO. 127 WOOD SIREET, Pittsburg, Penn'a, April 5, -61.—1 yr. • EDPJKD COUNTY SS. At an Orphans' Court he!.! at E :for i, in and for ?aid county of Bedford, on the 1. -.'.ay 1 Ft-Iruary, .1. D., 1861, before the Jud ge-: 01 'he s.une Court. Or motio: of John Ce-sna, F.q., the Court grant a rtne upon ti.a heirs arid legal representatives of Mrs. J. ne Iteily, .ite of Bedford Borough, deceased, 1 "ov.it: JamtsColli- -. Dave! Collins, Mrs. Civil-: a Stump. Mrs. Sarah Kelly and John Cessna, to be ' sr.d appear at e- Orphans' Court to be held at Bed- , : '> i" an i fcr M county, on the hfth Monday,: 29'h day of '.pril r.ext, to accept or refuse to take ! ai e-'-te of said Jane tieile", at the Valuation •C ichba:- t■ en valued ar.d ..pp'uised in pursuance ! a 'vnt of P 1: ition, or Valuation, issued out of t • Orjbars'Court of Beufoid county, arid to the i iier.ff of said county, directed, or show cause why 'ame should not be sold, by order of the said "ourt. j .yCJAft ln testimony whereof, 1 have here-j L'. ,V; unto set MY band and the eea! of the --ain Court, at Bedford, the Cth day j iV . 'f of March, A. D., 1861. S.H.TATE, Clerk, i ATTEST: Jciin J. CESSNA. Sheriff- April sth, '6l. j MARTHA T. MARTIN, C. U.MAMRIOK, I. A. L. MORREI- ! ORO. R. PEBBLE, R. MARTIN. A. R A K E R,- * WITH MARTINS. PEDDLE, HAMRICK & CO. -IMPORTERS OF— HOSIERY,GLOVES AND NOTIONS, XO. 30, XORTH FOURTH ST., PHIL . j May 18.'60.-1 yr. VORTHERN LIGHT ' ! ! 1 THE CHEAPEST !!! And be*' light in us®, can be had by buying Cos j Oil, pertectly pure, inodious and free from smoke chile burning, at * 1.00 per gallon, ot H. C. REAMER'S. I Nov. 1", IS6I. DrogStere I IST OF RETAILERS J Of Foreign and Domestic Goods, Wares and Merchandize, in Bed ford County, lor the year 1861. BEDFORD BOROUGH. Class. $ Cts. Oster it Cam 13 10 00 A. B. Cramer &Co 13 lu 00 Nicholas Lvotis 14 7 00 Jacob Reed, 13 10 00 Miss Margaret Fetterly 14 700 iS.tkW. W. Shuck 14 700 j Robert Fyan 14 700 IJ, M. Shoemaker &Co 14 700 ' Mrs. S. E. Sigafoos 14 700 bae.c Lippell 14 700 Agues Satipp 14 700 j John Arnold 14 7 00 : William Hartley 14 7CO J Geoige Blymire 14 700 , Dr. B. F. Harry, Drugs 14 700 j ; H, C. Reamer, do 14 700 1 :A. L. Deliuaugh, Confectionary 8 500 i ; Jacob Bollinger, do 8 500 i John Hafer, Ten Pin Alley 7 50 Do Billiard Table 7 50 ; Reed, Rupp 4r ScbeH, Binkers 10 00 John J Luther, Eating House 10 Ou : John G. Minnicb, do 10 00 j i James B. Farqubar 7 00 I BEDFORD TOWNSHIP. ; Beihord Mineral Springs Co. Bil'd. Table 7 50 | " " " Ten Pin Alley 750 i John S. Ritchey, Distillery, 10 00 BROAD TOP. j John F. Lowry, Store 14 700 ■ Langdon Sr Smith 14 700 ! John Foster, Eating House 10 00 j " Ten Pin Alley 7 50 j COLERAIN. jA. C. James, Store, 14 700 j 1 James & Barnhart, 14 700 j | N.C. Evans, Confectionary 8 500 I CUMBERLAND VALLEY, j Thomas Growden, Store, 11 700 ! John May 14 700 j I Daniel Anderson 14 700 ; , Jaccb Anderson 14 7 00 • EAST PROVIDENCE, jD.A. T. Black, 14 700 j | John Nycum, 14 700 j j John Lauderbaugh, 11 700 j HARRISON. \ Valentine B. Wertz 14 700 Jacob C. Devore 14 7 00 . JUNIATA. | George Gardilt 14 700 L. N. Fyan 14 "05 j Will mm Keyser 14 700 ! ; Hi!legas& Mowry 14 700 j j Fred. Hiliegas, 14 700 ' I Hiliegas & Haaly, Distillery 10 Co J L. N. Fyan. do 10 00 LIBERTY. Jacob Fockler It 7 CO Lewis Putt 14 700 ; MONROE. James A. O'Neal 14 7 00 Daniel Fletcher 14 700 j Isaac Grove 14 700 [ NAPIER. John Wayde 14 700 i Gorge VV. Blackburn 14 700 ! i ; SCHELLSBURG BOROUGH. ! Isaian Conley 14 700 i |A. B, Bunn " 14 700 ; John Smith 14 700 j John S. Sebell 14 700 j E. Statbr 4-Son 14 700 Jacob Miller 14 7 00 Dcui-an McVicker 14 7 00 John E. Colvin 14 700 , SNAKESPRiNG. Nicholas Koons 14 700 j ST.CLAIR. G. D. Trout 14 700 i Simon Hrrshnoan 14 700 i F. D. Beeg.e 14 700 j Miss Ann C. Smith 14 7 00 Nathan Wright 14 700 | G. B." Amick 14 700 ; George Din-ling It 700 J",:ah Blackburn it 700 |B. F. HOlll 14 700 SOUTHAMPTON, Heniy C. Lash'ey 14 700 ] John Cavender 14 700 WEST PROVIDENCE, J.ihn Gilbert li 7 00 Thomas Riche v 14 7 00 James M. B.irniiollar & Son 14 700 J. B. Williams 14 700 Wm. St 'tes 14 7 00 S.mon Shafer It 7 00 P G. Morgret. Ten Pin Alley 7 50 David Broad, Eating House 10 00 1 Charbs Blake do _ 30 00 ljcob Wagner ® 10 00 'nhn C Black, confectionary 5 00 j iEI 1 Ramsay, drugs It 700 j .MIDDLE WOODBERRY. jH. M. Neai 11 700 j Andrew Baker 14 700 George R. Barndollar 14 700 A. L. fieckhmffer 14 7 00 ; Jacob Breniman M 700 Joseph R. Durborrow, confectionary 5 00 Samuel Longenecker do 5 00 SOUTH WOODBERRY. | David F. Buck 14 7CO Daniel M. Care 14 7 00 Samuel Oster 14 7 00 Jacob Knuffman 14 7 00 Robert Ralston 14 700 I PSION. Wm. Lambiirn It 7 00 LONDONDERRY. T. J. Porter 14 7 00 George 11. Bailey 14 700 D. V. Evans 14 7 00 N. B.—There will be ar. appeal held at the Com missioner Office, in Bedford Borough, 01: Saturday the Ith of May, 1801. LEVI AGNEVV, April 12, 1861. Mercantile Appraiser. JOHN O. JAM En, ISAAC WPLSH, H. O. STERLING WM. C. KENT, G. A. SMITH, H. n. WELSH, CHARLES SANTEE, SAMI EL WHITE, T. TOM LINSO.N. JAMES, KENT, SANTEE & CO.. IMPORTERS AND JurßCF.i< OF D R Y G OOPS. 239 & 211 NORTH THIRD STREET, ABOVE RACE, PHILADELPHIA, j May 18 '6O -1 vr. npHE RAILROAD CAN'T BE MADE ! S 1 IF PA IF MEN T IS NEG LEC TED : All those that aie indebted to the undersigned, re reouesteil to c<al! and pay up. The accounts are numerous md rone targe, 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 call ; immediately. A. L.DFFIBAUGH- March 27. l)OCK POWDER— ] 1 Just received and for sale bv March 22. A. L. DF.FIBAUGH JEHUSALEM. A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL / sgo MERN IR A L PIER UN E OF JERUSALEM AND THE SACRED PLACES SURROUNDING THE IIOTA' CITY, AS THEY APPEARED IN ANCIENT TIM KS. !Ttie above work is commended to the tavorable notice of clergymen, and those having charge of Sunday-schools, Bible-classes, arid public institu tions. j It is about nine feet long and six teet wide, co , lured and varnished, and mounted on canvas with | rolleis. It has been constructed frem t e most reliable 1 authentic fources, and will be found an invaluable aid to those engaged 111 lecturing on the Holy Land, j or ir. imparting instruction to school classes on the 1 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 l -b..l!oon" view, tire beho iter being, in I imagination, placed at a considerable elevation, su as to take a comprehensive view of the city and of ; the whole country for some dislance around. 'i'he View is accompanied with an Outline Key, : in which the different localities are numbered, and j and a Descriptive Manual contsining ail the infor | mation iifcessary to enable one to u-e the View to | ulvantage in teaching or lecluiing. THE SUJYD AY-SCHOOL TIMES This is a Weekly Religious Paper, published at the very low price of ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. it is designed f r Parents, Teachers, and all j who are engaged or interested in the religious ! trait ing of the young. It is also an exre lent Fa.k --j I Y PoCF.R. A portion of the SUI::HIP-S.-HOOL TIMRS is occu pied with NARRATIVES and otter matter p&rtieu , iarly intere-ting to young persons. Tea.hers will i find in it much that they wit! like to read to their j clisses—intere-ting matter preparer, to their hands,! ! and .such as they cannot find elsewhere. For ttie 1 same reasons, members of Bible-classes, and the ; older scimitars generally, will be greatly benefif i ed by rhe perusal of this p per. The SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES has every week a re -1 port 0! the choicest m .tter, selected from the NOON . PRAVER-MERTINGS, which are so interesting to ■ all classes of Christians. Besides a large amount of grneral religious intel- : : ligence, the SUNDAY-SCHOOL 'TIMES contains 'II the ' | most .rcent Sunday-school news. It reports all the ; important CONVENTIONS of Sunday-school teach- ; ers. ft discusses the questions which most inter- ! est and perplex teachers and parent , respecting the ■ various methods of religious training for the young, ' the means of gaining the attention and the a.'F-c --tions of children, and especially of securing rheir 1 conversion and bringu.g th-m to Ch ist. 'i'he sub- j ! j'-ct of Mission-Schools for cities, and ol" Suriday | school missionary'work fo'- the interior, :s T ir ' oaghly canvassed. Indeed, there is hardly a top* ; ic of practical importance to any who are intere*- i ted 111 the subject of religious education, which is ! not here brought under consider ition from week to 1 week. The conductors of this paper endsavoi to remein | ber, that the great end of nil Christian effort is to b.ing mm to Cbri-.t. They aim, accordingly, to ; put into every numbtr 01 the paper something; ; which shall have for its direct object the conversion jo! - nils. SPECIAL OFFER. The Proprietors of the M7NDAY-SCHOOL TIMES j having acquire' th • exclusive right of sale oi 'he j splendid work mentioned above, the MAP OF AN ; CIENT JERUSALEM, offer it as a special premi um to those superintendents, teachers, or otheis, ! who will assist in getting new subscribers to the i paper. | We offer this superb premium to any one who will send us the names of 32 new subscribers and ! sl2 in cash. CAL"TIO.\. i C(?"ln every case, before beginning to canvass, be j sure to write to us and obtain the necessary docu ments and instructions. 'I hese will help you great- 1 ! ly in prosecuting the wot!,', and wit! save you manv I j mistakes. Enclose 5 cents in stamps to pay p >s i tagp. Address J'aorRIhTOUS OF THE SI'NDAY-ScHOOL TI.XES, 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, j April sth, *fi!. 3m. mill) Ti.?2t:s MA D E EA S 1"! Good nev/s for the Unemployed ICLO Chancen to make Blor-ey m MILUOI SOLLIES WORTH OF Vv Ai 11 i ES, JI'iWEJ.RY; AND jsiL V G SI-PL H EO-W ill E, TO BE DISPOSED OF ON AND OIvlG!X,Vii PjAAX, 25D0 MESTS UMn All persons des'rous of procuring an agency [ in this X EW I.X T KPEtlSirl, Should "send on their names at once, enclosing a three cent stamp to pay postage, and receive bv return of mail 1 I'RiLiiiliM CiTILOIJLE Contahiing OUR INDUCEMENTS, * Which adord A 55 ARK CHANCE TO MAKE W7\ O"' M j without risk, together with j Relative to this NOVEL PLANT! ! To insure pioinpt and satisfactory dealings, ad- i i dress all orders 10 GEORGE G EVANS, 439 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. April 5. v -

A 91 MS S O. V' S fountain Herb Pills. Alters, we j>reM*nt you with a perfect likeness o\ Tezuco a <:Mf of a tribe of the strange Aztec Nation tint one- ruled Mexico. You will find a full account of him and bis people in mir Pamphlet* and Almanacs—to b- bad gratis, from tin* Agents for these Pills. ihc In veuter and Manufacturer of •'Jud.-on's M>uzi tain Herb Pills," Ims spent the creator part of his life in traveling, having visited nearly every country iu the world. He Fpeut over six years among the Indians of the Rocky 'fountains audoi Mexico, and it was thus that the " Mnr.vr WL K :n PILLS'- re discovered. A very interer-tin account< f his H Ivctitarc* there, you will tiud In our Aim. ape Pamphlet. It i. an established fact, that all diseases arise from DIPIIiE lIhOOD I Xtie oleed is the life' and when any for* ign or unhealthy matter £*ts mixed v.:th it, it is at once distributed to ev-ry .ry.m of the h iy. l-*'<-ry nerve feeL the poison, and ail t*e vita! coir.phda. The stomach will r.G* ♦.!!_■ • t the food perfectly. XI e liver ceaf-ea to secrete a -nffiriency of bile, The ncltcn <sf the heart is weakened, an i .;•> the ciic< Tttme is fee bid. The lungs bv-:.n* fcbv\.'et with th<* poisonous matter, heo6P. ft coujrli—f.n i all frm ' slight impurity at the fouutain houi -if Hh the JUhcd ! As if you had thrown sotns ft r instance, i:. t pur > spring, from which ran a tiny rivubd. in a f w mhrut' S the whole course of the stream b*c..nu> v. turbe,, and discolored. As quickly is hep n • liy to every j art, and have its sling behind. Aii the p hages become obstructed, and uuletts th obstruct on i removal, the lump of life soon dies out. The • pills rot. only purify the hleol. but regenerate all the seer* i.tins of the body; they are. therefore, unrivalled as a CLFRK FOLL BII.IOUS DISEASES, liver fontphint. Sick Headache. &c. This Anti-Bilious Medicine from tiie blood th> hidden .*eeds of dis ease. mi i renders all the fluids and aecrt-iions pare and fluent, dearii:/and rest** citatlug the vital organs. Pf-asant iudur-d, is it to ii. that we are able to place wltHn ir reach a medicine like the '• Mov stain HKRB Piixs," that will pass directly to the afflicted parts, through the blood and fluid* of the body, and cause the suffer* r to brighten with the flush of beauty and health. Judsoii s Fills arc the Best Remedy in exist' cnce for ihe fallowing Complaints: Bowel Complaints., Debility, /- .oard Weal-nets, Coughs. Fever and Ague. Liver Complaints, O'his, Few a 1 * Complaint*, Lownest of Spirits, CUest Disrates. Headaches, Piles, Vostiveness. Indigestion, ' Stone and GraveL, Influenza, Secondary Symp biarrh&a, Inflammation, toms. Dropsy. *** GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE! Females who value ' ehould never be without those ißil-v They purify the blood, remove obstructions of all lends, cleanse the skin of all pimples and blotches, and brfng the rich color of henlth to the pale cheek. 4t3P"The Plants and Herbs of which these Pills are mad**, were discovered in a very surprising way among the Tetacan*, a tribe of Aborigines in Mexico. Get t4p* Almanac of our Agent, and you will read with delight, the very interesting account it contains of the "GIULAT MSDICXJTB" of the Aztecs. Observe, —The Mountain Herb Pills are put vp in a Beautiful Wrajiper. Pack IAJX rrmtains 40 pills, and Retail at 25 cents per ixct. All genuine, have the signature of B. L J I'D SON i£ CO., on each box. B. L. JUDSON & Co, SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 50 Leonard Street, NEW rOBK. tar KOR SALK BY ALL MEDICINE DEALERS, -g* For sale by H. C. REAMER on Juli- , ann Slreel, and Dr B. F. Harry Pitt St., Brdlord. Pa. Jan. 11, 1860.-Iy. UST ilOiiHS OF WEBSTER! JUST ISSUED A MAGNIFICENT ENGRAVING R T H F. LIST IIOIRS OF WEBSTER. Exfcoti-d in the finest style of art, and prin 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 engraving will be given to each purchaser of the work entitled THE LIFE. SPEECHES AND MEMORI ALS OF DANIEL WEBSTER. CONTAJWINU HIS MOST CELEBRATED ORATIONS AND HIS LIFE AND TIMES. BY SAMUCL'BI. SMCCKER, 1.L.1). THIS WORK CONTAINS HIS LAST GREAT SPEECH ON THE SLUM i COMPROMISE. Til the I . S. S-nate, and the Addresses deliv ered on the occasion of hi? death by Ruf-.s Choate, Edward Everett, Geo. S. Milliard, William H. Seward, Lewis Cass, JeiTerson Davis, Butler, occ., Kc., with Ilie Funeral Obsequies atMar.-h --lield ; and all the prominent incidents ot his Public and Fi ivate Lde. The specimens of !us massive oratory include the finest speech PS. In one large volume of 550 pages, printed on tine paper and boun I in beautiful style ; containing a lull length steel poitrait of Web ster, believed to be the best ever taken of the great Statesman, as lie was in the prune of man hood. Also, a great Statesman, as he was in the prime of manhood. Also, A View o bis Birthplace and Home at Marshfield. Price, $2.00 : gilt, $2.50. The engraving is one ol the most beautiful and desirable ever issued. Jt represents Mr. Webster in his dying moments. His relatives and intimate friends, and several distinguished petsonages ate grouped around his couch, ea gerly listening to the last feeble words of the expiring statesman. They watch with intense inteiest his every movement. The 3rtist rep resents the scene as inexpressively imposing and impressive. The opportunity afforded to obtain this mag nificent engraving without charge, will com mand th- attention of every one. Our edition of the life of Webster has been published but a few months ; without the aid oi the engraving we have disposed of 10,000 "copies, which is proof the work is wanted bj- llie people. THIS work will be sold only by subscription, and will be furnished to subscriber?, including the Engraving, bound in handsomely cmbo<sed leather at $2.00 ; same style, gilt edges, $2 50 Sample copies sent by mail, post-paid, on *re cept of price. Agents wanted in -very county, to whom the largest commisgion will be* paid. Full particulars of agency, wilh a complete cala logue of rny publications, will be sent on ap plication. Address, DUANE RULISON, Pub., No. 33 South Third Street, Philadelphia. April 5. I AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY | GOLD AMD SILVER WATCHES. OFFICE JOHN A. STODDART, NO. 411 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADEL PHIA, PENVA. Attention is invited to the following fSL ; statement and the accompanying tesfimoni- (TTTJ | als in favor of these [ CELEBRATED AMEBIC A M WATCHES, I A Gold Medal was awarded the Company by the j Massachusetts Mechanical Association, 1*836. A j Gold Medal was also awarded them by the Atner ' ican Institute at New York, in 1857. The Compa i ny also received the .First Premium—a Gold Medal | —from the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, in 1858. These Watches have now been in the market for nearly ten years,during which time th<-y have heen tested as to ACC URACY, I) UR ABILITY AND HELTA BIL ITY, in every conceivable manner, arid have proved themselves to be the most satisfactory time piece; ever offered to the public. This result has been brought about by a stiict ap plication of mechanical science to the construction ' of the watch from its very inception, rendeiing it, when finished MATIIEMAT[CALLY CORRECT, in all proportions, and.necessarily as perfect a time keeper as it i- 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 hive exbsbi'ed a rate equal in regularity to the be;t marine chro nometer. N. B.— We have jSf introduced a MEIV STYLE' OF WATCH elaboiately finisher!, and thinner than any we have heretofore produced, with several improvements calculated to secure the greatest accuracy of perfor mance, and to prevpnt the usual accidents and de rangements to which foreign watches are liable. Letter from Paul Alnrphy, the Celebrate/ Civ ss Player. NEW YORK. Oct. 13, 1859. Mr. R. E ROBBINS, Treas. Am. 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 most unnecessarily so tor ordinary purposes. It is now nearly five months since it came into my pos session, and during that period its variation liom standard time has been but a trifle more than ha'f a minute. The following is a record of its perfor mance. It was set June_3d correctly : June 15, fast-1 seconds. "Aug. 15, fast 18 seconds. Juiy 1.-6 do Sept. 1, - 23 do 15, -10 do - 15, - 2S do Aug. 1, -16 do Oct. 1, - 32 do 1 give you permission to mnke such use of rhis statement as you may think prop' . I am, with respect, yours truly, PAUL MORPHY. The following is from Air Porter, the well known Alnrine Chronometer and Watch Maker. BOSTON, Sept. 28, 1809. R. E. ROBBINS, Treas. Am. Watch Co. Dear Sir : —1 have sold during the last year a considerable number of Watches of the Waltbam manufacture, and am happy to say that all of them without except inn, have fulfilled * guaranty, and have given satisfaction to the -ircbasers. GEORGE E. PORTER. , "The 101 l owing named 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, Cal. Carlos D. Stuait, Long Island, Townsend Harjis, Japan. Horace Greeley, Frank Leslie, Norman Wiard, Wis, Dr. J. Marion Sims, Charles Hammond, Phil'a., Prof. Bartletr, West , Point, Dr. Arami Brown, Boston, Lieut. Henry A. Wise. U. S. N., Col. W J. Harden, C. S. A., S. Ireneus Prime, D. D. White Plains, Col. T. B. CAUTI O j\ . As our Wa'ch is now extensively counterfeited 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 Treasuier, R. E. Robbins, or by our predecessors, Appleton, Tracy Sc Co. These Watches are for sa'e by Jewelers general ly, and can be had on application to the under signed. J0 H N A. STODDART, Number 41 I Chestnut Street, above 4th St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. March 15, IS6l.—Cmo. PHIL'A. ADVERTISEMENTS. V E. G O U L D, ® * JVo t G32 Chestnut St., cor. cj Seventh, PHILADELPHIA PIANOS AND MpLODEONS. RAVKN, BACON & Co's., HALf.ET, DAVIS & CO's. NUNN'S iV CLARK'S, AND A. U. GALK & co's "r - N - MASON Ik HAMLIN'S, AND PRINCE &CO'S. M ELODEO N S & HAR MO XIUMS. Pianos and Melodeons to Rent. Second-hanu Pianos. May 15,'60.-1 yr. S FRANK. JACKSON. PRINTER AND STATIONER, 439 CHEST A VT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. May 18 '06.-1 jr. WILLIAM RAIGUET., JAMES M. WHITBY, SAMUEL MOORE, * EDWARD A ADAMS, WILLIAM O. SKIt.LMAN. HENRY P. ATKINSON. T|£AIGUEL, MOORE & CO., LATC, RAIGUF.L. AND CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, ,Y os. 220 & 222 North Third St., above Race, West side, PHILADELPHIA. May tS,'GO.-l yr. r gpHE WORLD'S GREAT EXHIBITION | PRIZE MEDAL, awarded toC. MEYER r his two PIANOS, Lor.don, October 15, 1851 C. MEYER respectfully informs his fiiends and j the public generally, that he has constantly on hand : PI ANOS, equal to those for which h>- received the Prize Medal iri Londou, in 1851. All orders promptly attended to, !|ar.d great care taken in the selection and packing the same. He has received, during the last fifteen years, more Afedals than any other.maker, from the Frank lin Institute—also, First Premiums in Boston, New- York and Baltimote. Warerooms, No. 772 ARCH S'reet, helow Eighth, South side, PHILADELPHIA May 18, 1560.-lvr. I " \ N APERIKNT AND STOMACHIC PREPARE Kv l> r°u °! purified of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by tin r ' authorities, both in Kurope and t. United and prescribed in tbeir practice , I he experience Ot thousands daily proves that r.- -(•preparation ot Iron can be compared with jr. Imnu , Titles of the blood, depression of vital energy, nale and oiherwise sickly complexions indicate its ne cessity in almost every conceivable case. Irinox , ions in ai: maladies in which it has been tried, it has proved absolutely curative in each of the following j complaints, vig : R In llehhty, JSm.out Affection*, Emanation, Dy*. i %?■■""> Conntepatiou, DiarrUar*, Dyvcntery, Incipient Consumption, Serofntom TubtrcnloiisiSalt lilieum ,> ranon, White*. C hlororU, Liver Cmpiaint Utronte lhaelar , L enmitittm, Intermittent Feve• lump!?* on the Face, . j In ca -es of Gener*l lnlihty, whether the result of acute disease or of the co,,tr ued diminution of ne.vous and muscular energy troin chronic com pi a iota, one trial of this restorative has proved sUC j cessful to an extent which no d scription nor writ- I ten attecianon would render credible. Invalids so ! Song bed-ri<J..en as to have become forgotten m their own neighborhoods, have suddenly reappeared in the busy world as il ~domed fro .„ trar . : ■' avei ' I- - Same very si*. na! in-ranees of this „ind ,;re attested of teniae suffer-rs. emaciated victim of apparent m .rasmui, sangmi -ous exhaustion, critical changes and that complication of nervous and dy.peptic aversion so air and exercise tor which the physician has nt name. j _ In Affections oj all kinds, and for rea-oa | farm! tar to medical m.-n, the operation ofthis prepa J ration ol lion must be selotary, for, un ; nkrt the o.d oxides, it -!y tonic, withou ■•Pind r-Veiling ant! over-he ; and gently regut ,arl >' a P er iem, even in lhc ,t obs'ir.ate cases ot eo-tiveness, without eve being a gastric purgative, oi !i:i,icti<:g a disagreeable sensation. : It i- this latter property, among others, whico | makes it so remarkably effectual and permanent a r> "dy for Piles , u|ron which it also appears to ex *i t .ynstinct and specific action, by disper.-ing the | local tendency which forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes, a single box ot these Chalybeate Pills has often sulfi- I ced lor the most habitual cases. • In unchecked Diarr/ttrn, even when advanced t | Jvstentery, confirmed, emaciating and appar-ntiy ! niuugnant, the efle C t 3 have been equall decisive and I astonishing. i In the meal pa. ns, los 3of iiesh and strength, de bi.Hating cougls, and remittent hectic, which gene. , tally indicate Incipient Consumption , this remedy j ..as allayed the alarm ol lriends and physicians, in- I several very gratnying and interesting instances, i fnbercnlosis, this medicated iron ias bad tar more the good effect of the most cau iiously balanced pteparations of iodine, without any j of their well-known liabilities, i ihe attention oi females cannot be too confident .y invited to tbi- remedy and restorative, in the ca ■ ses peculiarly affecting them. In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflammatory, j in the latter, however, more decidedly, it has been | invariably well reported, both as alle'viating pain and reducing the swellings and stiffness of the joints | and muscles. In Intermittent Fevers it mud 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 discoveted, in the whole hi-tory o! medicine, which exerts such prompt hap 1* ' ~ !I ' luliy restorative effects. Good appetite, co-rpiete digestion, rap.il acquisition of strength, with an unusual disposition for active and cheerful exercise, immediately follow its u?e. 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. * Ail lefteis, order?, etc., s-hou'd be addrtfsse to !. 8 Locke & Co.. f>, aerai Agcn's, 20 CEDAR STREET. N. Y. July 20th, '6O. ADMIN IST BATOR'S NOTICE— .Notice is hereby given that Letters oi Administration, have been grantee to the un dersigned, on the Estate of Benjamin Wigfield, late ot Southam|)tou Township, Bedford county, dec'd. thai all persons indebted to said estate, are request ted to make payment, and those having claims thereon, will present the same duiv authenticated for settb'tn^t. ! NATHAN ROBISON, | March aSth, 01. Administrator^ | ALLEGHENY MALE AND FEMALE S Evil NARY, ■IASVSIS5 Bcdiorri Cos, 8a. REV. W. IV. BRIM, A. iM., Principal, Miss A. L. BRIM, Preceptress, Miss S.J. BRIM, Teacher on Piano Forte. I his institution, under the supervision of the a bove named persons, assisted by olher competen- I eachers, affords a full course in Mathematics Na.lira! sciences, Languages, and Belles Lettres in music, Painting, &c., it gives extended instruc tion. Ihe Spring Term will commence on Aprils 1861. Students admitted at anytime. Habits of health, system, and piomptriess , views, moral, so cial, and domestic, are here made prominent ob jects ot education. That the physical powers, as ; well as the mental, may be cultivated—Calistheo ;ic exercises are necessary—here the Students , meet each day lor systematic physical exercise. N/1 w ll pay for board, including fur j O rushed rooms, room rent, lucl and j tuition in common English, per term of eleven weeks. Extras, .t.moiieraV charges, even less J than heretofore, ot than the circular calls for. j Students prepared for the highest class in cot i „ ho- Circula:s, or particular*, adJress w, W. BRIM, Dec. 21, IS6O. Rainsburg, Bedford Co., Pa p il 5 • o o Pays the entire cost for Tuition in the most pop ular and successful Commercial School in the coun try. Upward of TIVDL! E HUNDRED y uog men from 111 E.\ I i -EIGHT different States, have been educated for business here within the past three years, some oi whom have been employ ed as Book Keepers at salaries of $•2000.00 PER ANNUM, immediately upon graduating, who knew nothing of account- when ihey entered the College. EC7-.Mmisters' sons half price. Students enter at any time, and review when they please, with out extra charge. For Catalogue of S3 pages, Specimens of Prof. Cowley's Business and Ornamental Penmanship, and a large engraving of the College, inclose twen ty-five cents in Postage Stamps to the Princi pal*, JENKINS & SMITH Jan. 18, IS6O. Pittsburg, Pa. A DMI N IST R V TOlrs NOT ICE.— Letters of ad ministration upon the estate of John Gorsuch, late of Hopewell tp.. dec'd., having been granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted to the estate tare requested to make immediate payment, and hose having claims will present them properly authenti cated for settlement. JOHN SHOEMAKER, March 22. Colerain township, idm'r.