■•J, „ 1 IU .. .... --• • • .
Proclamation by President Lincoln-—A |
Thanksgiving Day Appointed.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. the lullowing L'roc
lutnaiion has just been issued:
Bu the J'retmleiU of the United Slate* of America:
Tlie year that is drawing towards its
bus been filled with the blessings of i'ruitfal )
fields and healthful skies. To these bounties,
wliieh are so constantly enjoyed that we are j
prone to forget the source from which they come j
others have been added, which are of such tui !
x< .'.: ordinary nature that they cannot fail to I
penetrate and soften the heart which is habitu
ally insensible to the ever watchful providence
of Almighty Cod.
In the midst of a civil war ol' uncqualcd
magnitude and severity, which has sometimes
seemed to provoke the aggression of foreign
States, peace has been preserved with all na
tions, order has been maintained, the laws have
been respected and obeyed, ami harmony has
prevailed everywhere except in the theatre ot
our military conflict, while that theatre lias
been greatly contracted by the advancing armies
and navies of the Union.
Needful diversions of wealth and of strength
from the fields of peaceful labor to the Nation
al defense have not arrested the plow, the shut
tle or the ship. The axe has enlarged the bor
ders of our settlements and the mines are lull
of iron and coal aud of the precious metals, and
have yielded even more aduiiJantly than hereto
Population has steadily increased, notwith
standing the waste that has been made in the
cutnp, the siege and the battle-field; and the
country, rejoicing in the consciousness of aug
mented strength and vigor, is permitted to expect
a continuance of years with a large increase of
No human council hath devised, nor hath
any mortal hand worked out these great things.
They are the gracious gifts of the Most High
God, who, while dealing with us in anger for
our sins has, nevertheless remembered mercy. It
bve f 3 until to raj fit and proper that they should
b i-oi;M>'ly, reverently and gratefully acknowl
edged by the whole American people.
1 do therefore, invite my fellow citizens in
every oart of the United States, nnd also those
who are at sea and those who are sojourning
in foreign countries to set apart and observe the
last Thursday of November next as a day of
thanksgiving and prayer and praise to our be
neficent Father, who dwelleth in the heavens;
anil I recommend that, while offering up the
ascriptions justly duo to Him for such singular
deliverances and blessings, they do also, with
humble penitence for our perverseness and diso
bedience, commend to Ilia tender care all those
who have become widows, mourners or sufferers
in the lamentable civil strife in which we are
unavoidably engaged and fervently implore the
interposition of the Almighty and to heal the
wounds of the nation and to restore it, as soon
■s riiay be consistent with the. Divine purposes
to the full enjoyment of peace, tranquility and
[L. S.J In testimony whereof, I have here tin -
to set my hand and caused the seal of the U
nited States to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington this 3d day
of October, in the year of Lord one thousand
e.ght hundred nnd sixty-throe, anil of the inde
pendent; of the United States eighty-eighth.
By the Prfsidcnt. ABRAHAM.LINCOLN.
WILLIAM H. SEWARD, Secretary of State.
Affairs at Charleston.
(Corrti'jwi'ifHce of the Jkltmore American.)
CHARLESTON HARBOR, Oct. 9.—The rebels con
tinue to make a great display over their posses
sion of the ruins of Fort Sumter. A large reb
el flag is displayed from the upper corner of the
ruins and every evening at sundown a heavy
gun is fired from the upper face of tbo fort.—
Their steamers occasionally come down to the
fort, and it is evident that they are at work in
the interior. The supposition is they are dig
ging up the tcrreplan and throwing up a strong
traverse, behind which they can mount guns.
Genc-al Gillmore has it in his power to knock
all their arrangements to pieces, so far as Sum
ter is concerned, when the proper time arrives.
It is on the fortifications of Sullivan's Island
that the rebels now tUpend for the protection
of the city and they are neglecting no possible
precautions to give them nil possible strength.-
Large working parties are daily employed en
larging and strengthening these works. The
whole number of batteries on the sea face of
the island, from Reach Inlet to Point Pleasant,
is seventeen. From Fort Moultrie to the up
per end of the island there is a complete chain
of batteries every available foot of land upon
which a gun could be advantageously mounted
being occupied. Immediately upon the point
opposite to Fort Sumter they have an exceed
ingly heavy work, which lias not yet been en
The rebels liavo three iron clad vessels at
Charleston, usually lying ne sr the James Island
there and above Sumter. They are the Chicora,
Palmetto, and the ladies' gunlioat, Robert Lee.
The only blockade runner in port was tbe Eng
lish steamer Juno. Another steamer had been
bought by the Government, and was used as a
storeship. The ships John Ravenal and Mo
hawk wore the only other largo vessels.
— USEE)— __
DIBERT.—Sept. 4th, Mary Ellen, daughter
•f Andrew Dihcrt, of Bedford township, aged
2 years, 9 months and 15 days.
OYLER. —Oct. Ist, Jacob, aon of Abraham
Oyier, of St. Clair township, in the 2nd year of
HERSHBERGER—Oat. 11th, Henrietta,
daughter of Jacob and Mary Hershbcrger, of
St Clair township, aged 12 years, 7 months and
9 days. .
SNYDER.—On the 18th of September last,
at ber residence in Monroe Township, departed
t... • life Mrs. Mary Ann Snyder, consort of Mr.
Fnilip Snyder, in the 52d year of Iter age. The
deceased had been tried by a long illness which
•he bora with true christian fortitude and resig
nation to the Divine will. In her lamented de
parture her afflicted family and a largo circle
of relatives and friends liavo met with a most
ad bereavement, which nothing can alleviate
but the remembrance of her many bright virtues,
and the belief that her removal hence has been
to a better world, where sin and sorrow slial
bono more, but eternal peace and blessedness.
In the last days of her sickness she was blessed
with all the consolations of religion. With
humblest trust in the merits of the Savior, she
received all the rites and sacraments of the Cath
olic Church, and expired in peace—"Waiting for
the blessed hope and coming of the glory of our
groat God and Savior Jeetis Christ." Epistle
w Titus 2 ch. If) v. R. I. P.
j From the vestibule of the Union School House on
• Friday the 2d inst., a small barred, bKck and white,
i all wool, Shepherds' plaid Sbiiw!. Any information
| concerning whereabouts will be thankftnly re
! ceived, and a suitable reward will be paid lor its
I recovery. J. W. ARNOLD.
j AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
! The undersigned appointed auditoi, by the o*r
| phans' Court of Bedford county, to distribute oinr
' third of the money arising from the sale of the real
| estate of William Crabb, dee'd., which was left in
i thre hands of the purchaser during the lifetime ci"
| the 1 widow, hereby gives notice, that he, for that
pur.oo-e, will meet the parties interested at his of
liee in Bedford, on Tuesday, the 3d day of Novem
ber, at 1 o'clock, P. M., when and where all may
attend. U. 11. AKERo.
October 16, 1863.
The Br<ard of Directors of Bsd/'ord township S D.
wish to employ eleven Teachers, comp-tent to take
charge ol the schools of the district. Those wish
ing employment are requested to meet the Board at
the house o,' John Hater, in the borough of Bedford,
on Batuids;y 31st day of October iust.
By ouier of the Board,
Oct. 16, ISiVL JOHN BROWN, Ser'y.
9 HVacKcrs Wanted.
The School Directors of Cnlerain town.hip wish
to employ nine competent teachers to take charge
of the schools in oaid township the ensuing school
term, to whom liberal wages will he given. Tearh
eis are requested to meet the Board of ILrectots at
Rainsburg, on the 2,1 day of November next at the
eximination. By order of the Board,
Oct. 23. S. H. FEATHER, Sec'ry.
Wanted, Cloversred, Flaxseed, and Country Pr.,-
dure, lor which we will pay the highest price in
CASH. A, B. CRAMER $■ CO.
October 16, 1863—tf
AD \1 JNISTR ATOR 'S NOTIC E.
Letters of administration on the estate of Wil
liam Spaiks, lateof West Provi denee townihto, de
| ceased, have been granted to the subscriber, all per
! sons indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims a
gainst the same will piesent them duly authentica
ted for settlement.
GEORGE W. HOUSEHOLDER,
Oct. 16, 1863—6t AUm'r.
The undrrsigned appointed by the Or phans'Coort
of Bedlord county to report a distribution of the
money in the hands of Joseph Dull, Esq., Trustee
to sell the leal estate ot Isaac Cochenour, dee'd.,
to and among heirs, legatees or devisees and their
creditors, will attend to the duties ot hi s appoint
ment on Monday, the 2d day of NoveuiOer, next,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., at his office in Bedford, when
and where all parties interested can attend.
JOHN P. REED, Auditor.
October 16, 1863.
The undersigned ap|>ointed by the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Bedford count), to settle the excep
tions filed to the account of Jonathan Feigbtner,
trustee of Frederick HililebranJt, and to report a
distribution a distriaution among the creditors, and
the evidence, will attend to trie duties of his ap
pointment on Thursday, the sth d ly of November,
1F63, at 10 o'clock, A. Al. of said day, ul his office
in Bedford, when aud where all parlies interested
can attend. JOHN P. REED, Auditor.
October 16, 1853.
The undersigned appointed by the Orphans' Court
of Bedford county to settle the exceptions tiled to
the account of Henry McDonald and Michael W eitz,
administratois of the estate of Duniel M'Donald,
dee'd., will attend to the uuties of his appointment
OP Friday, the 6th day of November, instant, at 10
o'clock, A. M., of said day, at his office in Bedford,
when and where all parties interested can at'end.
JOHN P. REED, Auditor.
October 13, 1863.
The undersigned appointed by the Orphans' Court
o! Bedford county, to settle the exceptions tiled a
gainst the account of Lewis Anderson anil Lemuel
Evans, administrators of the estate of Wi'liam An
iter-on, dee'd., will attend to the duties of his ap
pointment on Saturday, the 7th day of November,
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M-, at his office in Bedford,
when and wheie all parties interested can attend.
JOHN P. REED, Auditor.
October 16, 1863.
In the matter of the petition of) In the Court of
James Appleton, secretary of the | Common Pleat
Broad Top Improvement Company I of Bedford co.,
for entry of satisfaction on a 'August Term,
mortgage of John Giles to Ulrich | 1863.
Rule on said Ulrich Danner, if living, and, if dead,
on his legal representatives, to show cause why
satisfaction shout i riot be entered on the record ot
said moitga-e, recorded April 29, 1807, in the Re
corders office ol Bedford county, in Deed Book G,
pages 4C2 and -103, returnable to November Term,
1 he said Ulricb Danner, if living, and if dead, his
legal repiesentatives, anil all parties interested are
hereby noli lied and required to be and appear be
toie the Judges of the s.id Court, on Monday the
16th day of November next, to show c use, if any
they have, why e itisfactiou should not be entered
on the record of the above mentioned mortgage.
By order of the Court,
JOHN J. CESSNA, Slnwiff.
Bedford, October 16, 1863.
All persons interested are hereby notified that
the following named accountants have filed their
accounts in the Kegistei's office of Bedford county,
and that tbe same will be presented to the Orphans'
Court, in and for said county, on Tuesday the 17th
day ot November next, at the Cnuri House in Bed
ford for confirmation.
1. The account of Jacob L. May, administrator
I with the will annexed of Abraham Shaffer, late of
West Providence township, dee'd.
2. The tecoml administration account of John
llanks and Samuel Frazey, executors of John Fra
3. The account of Henry Moses, executor of Pe
ter Moses, late of Union township, dec il.
4. The account of John Williams, B F.Williams
and James Allison, executors of James Williams,
late of Napier township, dee'd.
5. The account of A. H. Hull, Esq , administra
tor of George Mock, late of St. Clair township, de
6. The account of Anna Renninger, nuministra
trix of Henry Renninger, late of St. Clair town
7. The account of Jacob Ritchey and Alexander
Ritchey, executors of Mir hael Ritchey, late of East
Providence township, dee'd.
8. The account of John Cessna, Esq., administra
tor of William Keefle, dee'd , who was administra
tor of I'hn be Keeffe, late of Bedford tp., dee'd.
9. The account of Abraham Blackburn and Her
bert Blackburn, administrators ol John D. Black
burn, late of Napier town hip, dee'd.
10. Tbe account of lames M. Smith and William
Renninger, administrators of Jacob J. Renninger,
late nf St. Clair township, dee'd.
11. The account of Jacob Beckley, executor of
| D"niel A. Griffith, late of St.Clair township, dee'd.
ABM. B. BUNN, Register.
I October 16, 1863.
Notice is hereby given that the second account of
Elias Dell, committee of John Eckhari, of Union
township, h is been hied in the Protbonotary'a office
of Bedford county, for the information of tbe Court
and the inspection of all parties concerned.
ABM. B. BUNN, Protb'y.
Notice is hereby given that the following account
has been filed in the Prothonotary's office, and mat
the same will be allowed by tbe-Sourt of Common
Tless of Bediord county, on Monday the 1 Gth day
of November, unless cause be shown why it soould
not be allowed, viz :
The second account of Eiiss Dell, committee of
Jacob Kckb.ird. ol Union township.
ABM. B. BUNN, Proth'y.
October 16, 1863.
LIST OF CAUSES,
For tiial at November Term, 3d Monday, 16th
George W. Figsrd vs. Thomas Haney
County of Fulton vs. Tate Ik LirgenMter
;av.'d R- Fold vs. Lowr) \ Kichelb.'rger
Jo-eph Uorley vs. Casper Stiaup et. al.
ABM. B. BUNN, Piotb'y.
Oftob.'-' 16, 1803*
LIST OF GRAND JURORS,
D/Vte/f far November Term, 1H63.
Thomas i'oun g, Charles Helsell, Henry Coil, John
Hoenstine, G\ or t '.' Gardill, George Wisbart, James
Taylor, Samui'l 'ay' or . Johll Aioich, Divid Steel,
David Moses, lii'nty - Joseph Fisher, Geo.
Elliott, Daniel SMr. Geo ' W. Gibboiiy, George B.
Holsinger, Joi. b S.boe ..ker, Daniel 11. Bulger. Jo
sian Griffith, John To JJ, M'chael Holderbaum, Hen
ry Marhle, David Shai. r-
LIST OF PETIT JURORS.
Joseph Poller, William f.'.uok, John Miller. Solo
mon Reighard. Samuel S. M.'Hor, Charles Colfelt,
Heiber* O'to, Thos. WaUou, Jn hn i . Hoover, John
Whetstone, Absalom Garlick, Geo. I. iH'am-, v\ m.
Dei rich, Jackson C,.rr, Henry Hllkgas, John Woll,
Lemuel Evuns, Michael Stilller, B. F• .o_ n , Solo
niun WilliauiH, Jacob Sbunk, P. H.Bi.ires, Jonathan
Potts, William r'isber, Wilson Weeks, ham "el Da
vis, Thomas Wjant, Joseph WUbelm, Jait.es a;a rn "
dollar, Cha's M rtm, Nicholas Koons, Davio W ,I "'*
stone, Henry Pencyl, Jackson Alorgart, George' A. *"
graw, Michael Deul, William Oster (of A.) George'
ABM. B. BUNa\, Proth'y.
October 16, 1563.
By virtue ot sundry wiits of Vend. Exponas and
Levari Facias to me directed, there wt'l e solo at
the Court H >use in the Boiough of i'eilf.r I, on Sal
urd iy the !4lh day of Novenibei, 1883, at 10 o'clock
A. M., the following r~al estate, to wit:
All ibe defendant, Jacob Millei's, interest in the
following real estate, viz : All that certain mes
suage and *ract of land situate hi South Woodberry
towuship, Bediord county, adjoining lands of John
Shank, John Koontz and others, containing sixteen
and one-half acres and the usual allowance of 6 per
cent, for roads, fi-c... and taken in execution as the
property of Jacob Miller.
ALbO—One tract ol land containing 80 acres,
more or less, about t-i acres c!< a red and under
fence, with a story and a half '.of t: - r-.e ar I small
log stable tbereon elected, adjoin, g Undiof David
Brallier, Jacob KiuarJ and others, siiuate in Hope
well low.,ship, Bedford county, and taken in execu
tion as the property of Catha-me Sires cud bolomon
ALoC—One tract of iand containing 85 acres
more or less, abom 30 acres denied and under fence,
with a two story hou-c and toy stable th-reon erect
ed, adjoining lands of Isaac Be.khuner. F ; pShii
ner and others, situate in ist. Clair township. Bed
loitl county, and taken in execution as the property .
of Rebecca Sleek.
Siies. JOHN J. CESSNA, SheriH. j
Bedford, Oct. 15, 1863. '
By virtue and in pursuance ct an order of the Or
phans Court of Common Pleas o( Bedford county,
there will be sold on the premises, at the late resi
dence of Benjamin Wiglield, at public vendue, on
Thursday the twelfth day of November next, the
following real estate, viz: One tract of land situate
in Sou'hainpton township, BedforJ county,adjoining
lands of Jacob Conrad, Abel Barnes, I'hilip Clmga
man and Klizabeth Wiglield, containing 112 acres
and 01 perches, with a story and a half log house
and kitchen attached, double log barn, blacksmith
shop, wagon shed and spring house thereon erected
and an apple orchard—one acre reserved for grave
yard. Teimo—one-third of purchase money to be
paid in hand on confirmation of sale, balance in two
equal annual payments thereafter without interest.
Oct, 23. JOHN J. CESSNA, Sheriff.
Notice of Dissolution.
The partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned in the piactiee of the Law has this dav
been dissolved by mutual consent. All persons
knowing themselves to he indebted to the tirin ate
requested to make immediate settlement. Those
who are not prepared to piy can settle and give
notes. After the first day of January next, the
books will be left with a Justice of the Peace for
settlement. Kither of the undersigned is fully au
thorized to settle and receipt.
Oct. 22, 1863. O.E.SHANNON.
PUBLIC SALE OF RiSAL
Personal Estate of William Kecffe, Dee'd.
By virtue of ar. order of the Orphans' Court of
Bedford county, the subscriber will sell at public
sale on the premises, in Bedford township, on
Wednesday, the 11 th day of j\ovemb:r next,
the real estate of the late Win. Keeff;, decM, viz :
A large und valuable firm i:i Bedtord township,
containing 372J ACRES, more than one-hail of
which is cleared and under fence, and the balance
well timbered, tbe farm being in a bright state of
cultivation, with a stream of wa'er running tnrougt:
it, wrh a LARGE BRICK HOUSE, Doibie Log
Barn, Log Stable, and oiner buildings thereon erect
ed, adjoining lands of George Mann, Mrs. Mary
Wolfe, Jacob Sumter, Henry Koonta, Hammond's
heirs end o'hers in said township. It is one ol the i
most valuable farms in Bedford coun y, is the best \
quality of Limestone land and will be aohl together i
or in two or more paits to suit purchaseis.
TERMS—One-third at confirmation of sale and j
balance in two equal annual payments with interest,
credi' will be given until first of Apiil '64, for the j
hand money if dqsired, and aecurity given by the
ALSO —At the same time and place, all the per
sonal property of William K"ef!e, dee'd, consisting
of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Wagons, Ploughs,
Hallows, Buggy (rears, Threshing Machines, V'jnrt
Mil', Wheat, Rye Oats Corn, Potatoes, Hay, Corn
Fodder. Stoves. Beds, Clock, Chairs, and Household
and Kitchen Furniture of every description.
TERMS—AII sums under ten dollars, cash. All
over that six mentis credit by giving security.
Sale to commence at ten o'clock, A. M.
Oct. 23. JOHN CESSNA, Adm'r.
OF REJt L ESTJI TE.
By virtue of the last will and testament of Dan
iel Stineman, late ot Union township, Bedford coun
ty, dee'd., the subscriber, executor of laid Will,
will sell at public sale, on the premises, on
Saturday, the 21st day of November,
next, the real estate of said deceased, being a
TRACT OF LIMESTONE LAND,
situate in said township, adjoining lanfli of John
Ake, Esq., Samuel Walter anil others, containing
I 160 acres, more er less. The impioveioents are a
Two Story Log DweTiug Hciiic,
I Double Log Barn, Spung Ho. ■•, Wsfn Sbcd, Ccm
| Crib and other out-buildings, about SO acieaof the
I land am cleared and under lence, eight aciea of
1 which are meadow, a never-failing pring ef water
is at the door, and there ia a'so on the place a btge
Apple Orchard. Sale to commence at ten o'clock
of said day, when the terras wHI he nile known.
I Oct. 23. A. B. HULL, Ex'r.
Notice to Retailers of Merchandise, Kc
! L csnses, for 1801, are now Tsady in my office,
! and would like the same to'lx? lifted by November
Court. As my term of office expires on the first or
January, 1864, prompt attention will aave trouble.
A. J. BANBOM, Co. Treasurer.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS AND DIRECTORS.
The Annuel Examication of Teachers will take
p'ace in the several districts,at the usual places, as
follows : East Providence, Saturday October lOlh,
West Providence and Bloc iy Run Bor-iugh, Saturday
Oct. 17th; Bedford Borough and Bedford Township,
Wednesday and Thursday, Occ. 21st and 22d; South
Woodberry, Friday Oct. 23d; Middle Woodberry,
Sa uiday Oct. 21th; Union. Monday Oct. 26th; St.
Clair, Tuesday Oct. 37th; Napier and Scbellsburg
Borough. Wednesday Oct. 2Sth; Juniata, Thursday
Oct. 39th, Harrison, Friday Oct. 3Cth; Londonderry,
Saturday Oct. 3lst; Oolerain, Mondav Nov. 2d;
Snakes.iring, TuesJay Nov. 3d; Monroe, Wednesday
Nov. drlii Hopewell, Thursday N-.v. sth; Broad
Top, Fiiday Nov Bth; Liberty, Saturday Nov. 7th;
Cumberland Vall -y, Motday Nov, 9tb.
Pai t cf the exaniinntion will be written and teach
ere must come provided with pen, ink and paper—
They should also bring with thern Thompson's Sea.
sons or McGufl'ey's dth Reader and Brook's or
tome other good Intellect!!,] Arithmetic.
The County Superintendent wishes to present
business of importance to th several boards of di
rectors, for their consideration, and desires that
they should be present and bold a mee'ing on the
day of the examination.
Examinations will begin at 9 o'clock, A. M., and
those wiihing to be examined should he there
promptly at the time.
No teachers, who intend to be examined in the
county, can be present as -pec'atora.
Ibe public lit invited to attend.
J. W. DICKERBON,
Oct. 3. Co. Superintendent.
All persons who gave notes at the sale of the per
sonal p rperty of Jacob Barndollar, dec'd, are hereby
notifi-d that if said notes are not paid by the first
of January next, they will be put in the hands of a
proper officer tor collection. We also call the at
tention of those owing notes and judgments given !
in the lifetime cf the deceased, that no longer in
dulgence ca:i be given.
BARNDOLLAR & WILLIAMS.
Oct. 23, '63. Ex'rt. of J. Barndollar, dec'd.
THE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY
! < '• \-llw'
'~' L sy'rsL fK '
'"A \ .. '<■ 't, I
AD WAY'S HEADY'' RELIEF.
THE CHEAT EXTERNAL AND IN
STOfS TliM llOsT EioanCIdTRME PAW J
IN A FEW HIXUIBJ,
EAtIELY CIT.E.-I fHE PATIENT. ' \
< HAI)WAY'S READY RELIEF,'
Prove# Its superiority tn all other Medicine# at oaca.
IT3 I'll- T INDICATION
Is to relieve tho sutTc.' r of F.'.IN, no matter from
what causo it may originate,or wbero it may be aeatad
If In tho.Head, Faro, or Throat; . *
If in tho IUC'A, Spine, or Shoulder ;
If in the Arms, Breast, or Side ; %
If in ibo Joinu, Limbs, or Uuacloa •
If In the Ncrvoe,Teeth, or Lara ;
Or la any other part of the bod v, its application to the
part or part# when the pain exists will afford immedi
IT S2Z£D WITII TAIN
In the Stomach, Bowels, or Kldneyi;
la tho Bladder, Spleen, or Liver;
Ja the Teeth, Ears, or Throat;
In tao Bruin or Nervous System ;
One tewpnonf'tl of RADWaY'S BEADY 'JHJET
to a winegia-'B of water v ' il f hi a f*w minutes, re
atore the patient t" ease nnd uotofbrt.
If lahjo, Oripplo l ,or Bed-ridden ;
If I'aibieti. ScJ-ied . or Burned ;
If Bruised, Wnuudod, or Cut:
If iUraD. >T Jt.j re !, or Lliulnod ; v
Jf Fuu .Mr we, or fe-ir-ed with Fita •
If Weak in the Fpme or Buck ; ,
BADWAY'S BEADY BELIEF
should ho d tithe pit or partn iitfiicto i. It In
atsntly relieves tua pit.out from pain, nod quickly
heals, sialics, and fif; -. ufcll..'ns the disabled parti. la
a!! casfs of B!tW of P.'bt'! Prs, Pontile*of Pol-
Ion it •• iu sects, the appltcht.oa ol KAIJWAY'S RICADY
R'll.' FT to the wouu . w;.. prevent JnflitnmaUou sad
FEVER AND A3UE.
Person* ex;> §e i \ > the Malaria of Ague, or If seized
with Chilis a lid Fever, wi!l Ond a positive Antid- te and
Cure in Kndwny'-i Ready Relief. Jet two lea'poonbful
t( the Ready Relief, tu a wiue-gka* of water, he taken
on getting out of bed in the morning, and however aw
posed to malaria you will escape.
WREN bEIZI D WITH
CHOIAVA, or Pinrrhosa, or Flux ;
Dyneottry. C'rainn, JTU' Spasms;
liiilous Oiolic, or Ga*u itiw:
Fonrht, typhoid, or OTHER Fevers ;
Influenza, Coughs ~OJ Coils •
lufUtDtTialion of the .Hmeiach or Rowels :
RADWAY S READY BELIEF
frttOULD BE TAKEN [NTfvRNALLY.
One dose will stop the pain ; It 1 ? continued use will, ia
a lew hours, cure ii*e patient.
HOW IT CCfIKS.
The rerendsry indication pf il A SWAY'S READY RE
7JFF Is to cure the patierii of the disease or milady that
occasions the pain ; this it acrnmp'ishcs rapidly and
radically. So txrifl ia the patient transformed from
pale,mi :ery, weakness, and drcrepitude, to the delight,
fu! enjoyment of health and strength, that patient* fre
quently ascribo its talhtnauic jower to the rwpernata
ral influence of enchantment.
RHI.ItMATIBM. J.UMBACO, COtT, NETR M.filA,
7 (Mill I ACHE, CROUP. INFI.I h.NZA, SOR>: 1H OAT.
(jriN7Y, ♦ HTIi! RIA. ll''A c-IJSfP.-.-. EiiONCIII
TW. SUFi- .101 NTS, ENLARGED TENDONS', I'RAD
ACHE, (>.ick or Nervous.) A>THMA, or HARD
Tt is truly marvellous how quick READY
RKJ.IKF cures the suflerors of the* miladies. Ths
poor. crippled, aud pa;a- tricken Rheumatic has not
v wait dayn before a change Ukas place, hut iu a few
mlcutos derives case and comfort.
CHRONIC RHEUMATISM CURED.
Twenty Years of Sleepless \tgkta.
\Tm. Sydney Mver, Kq.. of Havana. Cuba, tho cor*
resj/oudnntof tho Louden Times, sull'mei with Acute
n'A Chrn-.io Rheumatism for tweuty flvo ycav, and for
iwentv voars ho had not curved ono who ,* nKht'd cnira
r<vt. *He applied RADWAY'3 READY EKI.ILF—It lm
mediately gavo him ease aud securcd-him tbo first calm
and v iiist irbed aleep during tho twenty years. Ths
coutinued use of tho READY RELIEF cured him.
PREVENTION BETTER TITAN CTTX
THIT.R H NO OCCASION FOR SICKNESS.
When you flcrt feel puin.thcn tiko a teasix>onf A
of tbe REAM' RII.1 ,T In wntT; or apply it M ths
j>aria where you feel tho (iisoomfort.
ATX MAT IGNANT DI3E tRES
flr*tg!vr wn'uhyr tf" pre-enc.and if met prempt
lv hoiore Rcy becomo securely InL .uched wi'Jiia ths
syatem, will te readily oxpelied.
FIGNA OF SICKNINT.
llcftdnchc, Palnr in tlm Lin hi—la tho Stomach, Row
ei,un l Kidney.—Cold Chilis, and Hot Flushes. Coat
cTorguo Riirnltiff Skin, Nausea, J-hive ring, Pu'lacs,
IjOA f At'iKtiU , Riv,iioHsness. C.iidi.iess, Ac., tc.,aio
prenu. mury syinntoms '( Malignant Dinoaics. this
dose of the READY RICIJE7 ut sufflcicnt to n -ak np
sod expel dbf-acd uctiou.and restore tho jiaueut Is
Every soldlev nhou' l curry w.th him a supply of
RaCA- .y'.H Ready Lnh f. it Rupplios tho place of ail
otuer medicines ; anil ns a beverage,a teispooal'.l of
tho Relief, j . .i w.ney as* of w.ter,H a nicer, pieoaaat
<r 11iiuuiH. 1 1 than briutdy, whjiay, or bilteri.
fITCTCNKSS rRITBNfED IN THE Sin MAINE FZGT.
rgl'th Mslue regime't , Pe-g'f C. P. l/>rd, writes thai
Tlidwa> 'a iiea y Rv.efnv • I tho rogiment from death
while qi-.Artenut -.t Tyhee Island, S. C., wh**n working
La the MV.tmpi, erui ug fait:iJcatlou*. Every cun
seized with Typhi* <1 rud ctlier Fevors, Fever and
Ague, Diarrhori, I'yM iitery. RheumaUitn, was cured
by the use of tho Ready Relief.
no other. Seo th • the signature of Radwuy h Co.
bon the ouLnide label of oich b-dtie. Every agent is
supplied Willi a new and fresu stock, ih-lce 26 con la
per bottle. Sold by Druggists, Merchants and country
RADWAY k CO.,
87 Maidon Laoa, Now Yack.
Oo. 9th 1883.—1y
I For Young Ladies and Gentlemen.
j The .Second Quaiter of the Kali Term of thia
I Institution will commence, Monday, Oct, 28.
i The rates of this Institution are very reasonable.
| All branches useful and ornamental taught.
For information, address.
J. W. HUGHES, Principal,
Rainsburg, Bedford Co., Pa.
Octcrber 8, 1883—4t.*
13 Teachers Wanted.
The School Directors of Cumberland Valley town
ship wish to employ tw-lve good competent teacb
i era to take charge of the Schools in said lowhship
the ensuing school term, to whom liberal wages
will be given. Teachers are requested to meet the
Hoard of Direc'ors at Centreville, on the 9th day of
! November next.
D. R. ANDERSON,Sec'y.
October 9, 1863—3t.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to the !
estate of lohn S. Statler, dec'd, are hereby notified
th.t all accounts, notes, sale list, Ike., are due and
I must b- paid. The books, sale list, notes, Ike., are
in the hands of John Smith. Esq., in Scbellsburg.
Pay up and save costs as no time will be given.
SAMUEL G. STATLER, Adm'r.
October 9, 1863—3t
All persona knowing themselves indebted to the
undersigned are requested to make immediate pay.
ment and thereby aave costs,
SAMUEL U. STATLER.
St. Clairaville, Oct. 9—3t
la hereby given, that J have filed the final account
of my administration upon the eatste of Thomas
Keeffe, late of Bedford Boiough, dec'd., which has
been confirmed, and wil apply for discbarge at neat
term of Orphans' Court.
Oct. o—3t GJ^SPANG.
Dissolution of Partnership-
The partnership in the business of Woolen Man
ufactunng, heretofore existing under the name of
J. Ik S. S. LUTZ, is this day dissolved by mu'ual
consent. The books of (he firm are in the hands of
J. Lutz for collection. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to, or having claims against im, will
please call and settle. J. He S. S. LUTZ.
QTTbe business wi 1 be conducted in future by
J. Lutz it Co. Oct. 1, (9) 1863—3t
Taken op trespassing on the premiaes of the sub
scriber, in St. Clair township, two bead ol cattle, a
St-r ni 'eJ end white spotted Heifer, each having
a -n oi. c' ,e right ear, and a piece out of the
t...i . cur, "ie year old last spring. The owner is
rtv'isted tu uoroe and prove property, pay charges,
an : take them away, or tbey will be sold according
October 9, 1883—3t.
Letters teatmenlary on the e'-'ate of Jonathan
Roller, late of West Providence township, deceased,
having been granted to the subscriber, by the Reg
ister cf Bedl'or county, all persons indebted are no
tified to make payment immediately , and those hav
ing claims against the estate are requested to pre
sent the same pioperiy eu'hentirated for settlement.
GEORGE BAUGHMAN, Ex'r.
October 5, 1863—Ct.
Letters ot' administration on the estate of
William Keeffe, late of Bedford township, de
ceased, have Been granted to the subscriber, all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the name will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
JOHN CESSNA, Jldm'r.
October 2, 1863 (its
Letters testamentary on the last will, Ike., of
Elizabeth G. Miller, late of Schellsburg Boro', deed.,
ha-ing been granted to the subscriber, residing in
St. Clair townshrp; all persons indebted are therefore
not ;6ed to make payment immediately; and those
having claims will present them properly authenti
cated tor settlement.
J. F. J. OSTER,
2, 18(53—Ct*. Ex'r.
Letters testamentary on the last will, Sc., of Pe-*
ter H. Studebaker, late of Napier township, dee'd.,
having been granted to the subscriber, bv the Reg
ister of Bedford county, all persons indebted are no
tified to make payment immediately; and those
having chims against the e.-tate are requested to
present the same properly authenticated for settle
ment. THOMAS P. STUDEBAKF.It,
September 11, 1863—61s Ex'r.
PETER JRMBRUSTER S> BKO.,
No. 306 North Third Street, Philadelphia.
LOOKING GLASSES, COMBS, CEDAR WARE,
CORN BROOMS & BRUSHES,
Laces, Cambrics, Jaconets, Mull Muslins,
Gloves and Hosiery of all kinds,
And a general stock of FRENCH, GERMAN
nnd ENGLISH GOODS.
March C, 1863.—1y
MITEKIU, VOIIMi &Cfl~
Wla olesale Grocery
407 NORTH THIRD STREET,
March 7, 1863—1y.
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
Dark B'ue, /Wy Alaroon '
Light Blue, (*/ 4 \o\ Orange,
French Blue, \HI jA )2j Pint,
Claret Brown, II r W"i (. ( Pitiple,
Dark Brown. \V I JLSia PJ Royal Purple,
Jeigh Brown, ] ) Salmon,
Stuff Brown, Scar/el,
Dark Drab, Solferinc,
Dark Grrrn, Yellow-
For Dyeing .Silk, Woolen and MixedGooila, Shawls,
Scaifs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, K.id Gloves, Children's Clo
thing, and ali kinds of Wearing Apparel.
K?-A SAVING OF 80 PER
For 23 cts yon can color as many gooda as would
otherwise cost five times that sum. Varioua shades
can be p'oduced from the same Dye. The process
is simple, and any one can use the Dye with perfect
f ir''.'ions in English, French and German, in
' of ench package.
l or furt-er information, in Dyeing and giving a
pert'i-t knowledge what colon are best adapted to
dye over olb. r, (with msny valuable recipes,) pur
chase Howe tr Stevens' Treatise on Dyeing and Col
oring. Sent by mail on receipt of price —lO cents.
Manufactured by HOWE fc STEVENS.
260 Broadway, Boston.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers generally.
September 25, 1863—Cm.
IWLLI FERMI & CO.
JOBBERS AND IMPORTING MERCHANTS),
No, 337 Market Street,
Dealers in Butcher's Edge Tools and Files,
together with a general Stock of English Rnd
I March 6, 1863.—tjr
The great Eureka Hsv, Straw and Fodder Cotter
and Crusher, ran now be obtained from Wm. Hart
ley, agent for Bedford and adjoining counties. Thii
cutter now stand* UNEQUALLED. Three sices sr.
made, and the largest size will cut and crush as
fast ■ three men can teed it. Hay it tcarce and
will be high in price. Sensible farmers will save
their hay and feed cut corn fodder to both horses
and cattle. Trt one of these cutters, fatmers,and
you will not regret it. All machines warranted.
Hartley is also agent for the celebrated
Vhich is the BEST A.NB EASIEST EUNNINO MILL noar
Hardware in all its variety can be had at the
Jf ilHam Hartley,
at low rates, as the greater part of hisitnmtDM
stock was purchased at the OLD PRICE 9
Hartley is sole agent in Bedford county, for the
sale ot the celebrated
CiIAMBERSBURG COOK STOVE,
wbicb is the heaviest and heet planned Cook Stove
ever aold in this county, as all must admit who#*-
amine it—eall and tea it.
HOUSEHOLD HARDWARE AND IRON
COOKING UTENSILS, POTS, WAF
FLE IRONS, SKILLETS, GRID
DLES, GRIDIRONS, &G..IN
Iron and JYails,
By the pound or ten.
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY,
BUILDING MATERIAL, LOCKS, HINGE 9,
GLASS, PUTTY, PAINTS & OILS.
BRUSHES, of all kinds, at OLD PRICE 9.
PLANES, CHISELS, BRACES AND BITS-
SPAIN'S ATMOSPHERIC CHURNS,
Wash Boirds. Buckets, Brooms, Baskets, Shosme
ktrs' and Saddlers' Tools and findings
ef all kinds*
MOROCCO AND CALF SKINS.
I Carriage Springs, Axles, Steel, Felloes, Bows, lo
| ameled Muslin—Forks, Rakes, Scythe Snathe,
' Grind Stones. Grain Cradles, Shorels, Spades,
Mill Saws, Meat Saws and Hand Saws.
A NEW ARTICLE OF COAL OIL,
the cheapest in town, as it does not burs away Cast
TRT IT. The new Philadelphia INDIA
ROBBER OIL PASTE.
BOOT AND SHOE BLACKINO.
the hast article of the kind made. Try a bats
COAL OIL LAMPS,
BLOODY RUN CASTINGS,
jRESH PHILADELPHIA GARDEN SEEDS
Warranted Genuine and Good.
Hartley is also agent for the uaeqaaled
GUM ROLLER, GUM SPRING
This is now too well known to need eommaodatiaa.
Hartley WARRANTS erery machine sold to eoeae
up to the REPRESENTATION. He has eoid e
hundreds—and has had NO LAW SUITS, fleis
agent for the very best Farm Machinery and Cook
Stores the genius of man has yet produced. Any
person wanting a Reaper, Mower, Cook Store,Grsib
Drill, or Form Implement of ANT DESCRIPTION
will And it to their inte/eat tO>bay Dom HARTLET
i both aa to <jualityt*f goode and priee.
! Aetfwd.M/'cik */**.
xml | txt