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qQA. fiIESTER. CLY,MER,
or imams corzerr.
Thii soldier resolutions on John W.
peaty, printed on our first page, are eul
,eulated to 4 remind the Gettysburg reader
of a' kip:what meliorable loCal . eireem
' MIS Geary is the same inflated indl
xidual who played Marshal here on thp
4th of J‘ly last, and lased pis position to
shield km merited Indignation a des
4rdly maligner of our citizens--Krourttz
.yor thy part Cleary took in
That matter, lite shetild not soon be forgot
ien—becasse never were a people more
wantonly traduced by a reckless news
paper scribbler, and-never was interfer
ence more unwarranted than Geary's.—
'whether that interference had a price,
;e t c leave those who are acquainted with
Geary's foruln&mt fr newupape( puffery
)4) judge. .
Krountz wax correspondent of a New
York journal at the time of the battle
liere; and, probably.because he was not
dined and. wined -by a people who were
reduced to the most scanty supplies for
themselves, presumed his consequence
unappreciated, and endeavored tdeppeuse
Lis wounded vanity by writing most foul
and damaging misrepresentations of the
character of this town and vicinity. We
have no disposition now to re-parade
14cM. Let ft suffice that of. tho many
)'itlselloods under which this upright and.
hospitable community suffered, none
re more injuriottli than - I.(rount's.
Our ,people naturally stuarted under
these grossly unjust imputations, -and
when he came here asceond time, (on the
4th of last July,) they felt that he 'had
forfeited all chant to entertainment, and
i , 4at he should be given so to understtuul
IA a Very plain way. But, luckily for
Krountz, Geary was on the spot—just the
man, of all others, to,assurne any power
will& the lying , correspondent's Immu
nity might demand. -The upshot of the
whole business was, that, Grard'i3 inter
ference, Krountz was given "the better
'ff I it," . and our outraged people were
Snubbed for trying to assert a little man
hood. Krountz's lic,rise to vilify. them
'was extended, and they were compelled
to swallow his second indiction, bitter as
the first one was. :.
. . .
It dopy seem to that the not ordi
nary conception of self-respect and local
pride should prevent every man in this
community -from:giving Geary the bene
lit dun endorsetnent Such as the potent
Pallet carries with it. Had they not
'enough of hhu on the 4th of July ?
itZETINO AT W FATNINSTEIL
A meeting of fully three thousand.con
servetlve people was held at AVesitnin
'Ester, on Saturday week. It was a
'very failoetssful demonstration, and would
have been larger but for the fearof Radical
ylolonce which many entertained. There
were big delegations '(with big teams)
frOrii- the several districtaof Carroll %tun
ty, multi very handsome one from Lit
tlestown and vicinity, in this county.
l'he latter was accompanied by the Lit.
tiestown Brass Band, seated in the mag
nificent Democratic- Band Chario ..!
this place—which, by the way, at. acted
all eyes. Senator Hendricks, of In ana,
Oen. Rceseau, of Kentucky, Hon. lorit-
Bner,y Blair, and Others, made speeches;
bealilfg endorsing :tkialrew Johnson.
The 'Radical 'roughs had made the
threat that the meeting should - be broken
pp, but it amounted to just nothing—the
large crowd in attendance causing their
!`courage to ooze out at their fingers'
erlds” very suddenly. Whtlst the meet....
Ing Was progress, in Longwell's grove,
some twenty Of them made an attack, in
:town, upon At single Littlestown man,
because hi cheered for Johnson. The
fact,. however, becoming known to the
Littlestown boys, they btarted for town
to settle the roughs, /Alt whop they got
therd all had fled but one, and he "sur
tenderd." This was the upshot of the
: terrific threali of violence so loudly made
by these etavardly mobocrats. It is to be
hoped• thatthe day for the rule of such
creatures is oveiforever, in Maryland, as
wcfl as everywhere else.
1 • • %, •
Wendell Phillips Is one of the leaders of
the Radical or Stet ens party. Ho under
stands its alms, and, having some ranks
'mess, avows them. At a recent meeting
in Roston 7 he deelared"that•
' Negro suffrage r/can4 a score of negro
Congroommt sitting in the'Hotoe of Rep
rexeratatives. 'lt meant colored 'merchants
tn. New Qrleartas; and colored Senators in
IL'olumble. It meant negro Represent&
tives sharing in making railroad laws and
Other laws. It want social equality, and
that Was where the Southerner met the
question. Social equality follows hard
on the heel-of the ballot box, and the
South knows it, and she resists negro,
suffrage for what must follow it.
' IVisas Republica4 of Adams county,
can you swath* this creed? It is not on
#y the doctrine of Phillips, but also of
!PIM, Stevenk, rind of Cleary, who enr
bar OUr neighbor of the &nand, gives
the Comm En's new dresFigulte a Ompli
mentary notice, for which we thank hint.
litit - that he should couple with it the ex
pression or a hope-for a change in 'our
politich is a little strange. We "support
the President," just what he so persist
e4tly stickled for during the whole of
'Lincoln's Adinintsttation, and What he
shouldteenscially earnest for new. Or
is'he deaf to the ivarningS of decapitation,
which President •Tolin'sen 'is thundering
hiesars day after day? " - '
Pair Pit;/.—After the• Disunion press
get through with their abuse of Mr.
ier foit'refusing a hearing to Andrew
0h i,g6i,1 4 -888, will they be kind enough
to allow Piesllterd. Johnson a hearing in
by ii*tatilleation of his speeches?
Admitting that -11-t-qlymer did vete
against allowing Mr. Johnsen to speak to
the State I.,egislattire three ybar ago, who
are gagging and t&ottliUg /44'sa fierce
ly now? - —• • ••• •I '1 •i..
Governor 4toaronp—alie mane pads that,
phi 'Bang ihre' hiyal
itiner'S prates; new 'howl dewhietattorp
.11006- 1 4thi; tatOty bemuse he "our
One+ cannot ,vord; n reading and lis
t !fling to the maledie ons now showered
upon the 'bead of P ent Johnson, by
the Abolition preach in and politicians,
recalling the course language of these
same people at the time of Mr. Lincoln's
death and the fornier's inauguration.
Whilst the people Olathe whole laud were
shpcked by the drendinl taking off of the
late pregicient,.and tnonrning was the
order of the day every Where, from a large
portion' of Northern pulpits was heard
the exclamation, in substance, if not in
Words: " Abraham Lincoln was too gm
tie, too good; God saw him to be an unfit
instrument to execute his vengeance upon
the Southern people for their crime, and
He l i ne removed hint to .make way for
Andrew Johnson, who will better carry
out Ills purposes." "Like the sending
1 of Joseph into Egypt," said Daniel S.
Dickinson, "the murderers of Abraham
Lincoln meant it fur evil,; but God means
it for good." "I thank my God!" ex
claimed the meek and lowly Butler, "that
in taking that life the rebeLs have left the
iron hand of the people to fall on therial"
" God," protested the expert Chittenditn,
of New York, "intended that Abraham
.Lincoln should be removed, in order that
the proper pniiishment should be imposed
upon the authors of th• rebellion." "lie
has gone from us," sh uted the suave and
1 conciliatory Cheever, 1 "in order that a
miserable and mistaken leniency should
not enter into the policy of our Govern
ment towards the rebel chiefs:" And,-ium
ming up the glad tidings of great jliy in
her unhesitating female way, Anna E.
Dickinson exultingly declared at the
Cooper Institute, New York, "Abraham
Lincoln's special mission being accom
plished in the triumph of the national
anus, Providence saw that his kind heart
woulli not penult him to hang quite so
many traitors as wonid secure our country
against future rebellions, and so disposed
-of him through the instrument df the're
hellion Itself, for his own historical im
mortality, and to make place for a sterner
and less merciful successor."
We hack Much of the *lle kind of con
solation expressed neard home. Mere,
even in this very pions and loyal town
Of Gettysburg, preachers, and laymen,
and lay-womeri, foUnd gHat comfort in
President Lincoln's death from the policy
(of course, different) which they expected
his successor to pursue.'
We allude to the course of these people
at tVat time for the sake of culling atten
tion/ to the contrast : between the ribald•
abuse of Mr. Johnson af, their hfinds now
and their statewents then. If it be true
as they then prophesied, that Mr. Lincola
was removed at the hands of the Almighty
that Andrew Johnson;might be given an
opportunity to carry out His not
wicked—nay, is it not sacriligious,in them
to endeavor to thwart the acts ()lll's min
ister? Either they were false prophets at
thaeday or they are at this. If Mr. Lin
coln was killed by God's command,' that
Mr. Johnson might better execute the
purposes of Heaves, What sacrilege to de
nounce. his policy! 'How wrong to cad.
him "traitor," and threaten, as Cheever
recently did, to "sweet, him from power."
The saintly people who make - the plat
forms and Carve out the course of the Rad
ical party have got themselves into a sad
plight. To acknowledge that they were
mistaken last year, is to prove the falsity
of their claim-to be spokesmen of Prov
idence, and to impair their standing with
the- k ppople. Lct them take either horn of j
the dilemmun, and they will find it rather
difficult to explain their position.
WHAT LS FEARED.
The enemies of the President have
boasted that they cared nothing for him,
or for the attempted exercise of any pow
er he might assume to possess. But they
have evidently "waked up the wrong
man," and now begin to see the conse
quences resulting from their course.—
The Washington correspondent of the
Radical New York Independent gives
utterance to the, following :
The ?resident Is 'preparing for the fall
election—their hi no longer a doubt on,
the subject. To a Pennsylvania member,
who r...monstmted with him upon remov- I
ing a tried - Republican from office, he re
plied,. "I ant Mr rotatidh, and this is but
he beginning of what I mean to do."
But he rotates Radicals put and Conser
in. The whgel is set in motion
for the purpose of breaking. down the Re
publicans in the 40th Congress. There is
no longer any attempt at concealment
among the President's friends on this
point; indeed, they threaten Congress if
it does not recede, that the Opposition
will be permitted 'to 'gain control of the'
The issue is already made w The
President demands the instant admission
of the rebel States to representation, and
Congress asks further guaranties. lie
decision rests with, the people. It may,
as well be understood at the outset that
in every weak district the President will
use his patronage against the Republi
HOW THE DISIINIONISTS
few 'days ago the Disunion organs
heralded a victory (the only one in the
State) at the local election in Williams
port, Lycoming county. • Wood's major- 1
ity for mayor was announced as 128—a I
gain or 200. It is true that the Demo
crate formerly carried the - city, but the
new charter went into operation last year
—adding one whole ward' to the city,
which, beinglargely Republican, enabled
the opposition lo poll 204 majority for ,
Hartranft last fall. Wood's majority,
this spring, is only 104, (not 129,) which
shows that the Disunionists, instead of.
securing a victory, have lost one hundred
of the majority which the new Charter
had secured to them! Thus the only
spring victory for the Disunionists turns
out to be, in reality, a defeat. The new
charter was made to deprive the Democ
racy of the city government, but another
year will likely-uptrip that arrangement.
'—.eatriot & Union.
TIE 6 TWO r4ertrazo.
4 It may interest many - portions to view
again the lineaments of their favorite
military chieftains within a political
With the President. •Witit Thad . &e v ens
O#n. Grant, "Gen . " Butler,
Gen. Sherman, "Gen." Sigel,
Gen. Meade, • "Gen." S&ura,
Gen. Hancock; "Gen." Schenck,
Gen. Crawford, "Gen." Cameron,
Gen. Sheridan, "Col." Forney,
Col. Coulter. ?Gen." Geary.
"fhe military trapplup—etrambuttens,
eta* eagles, die.,—ae -banal, it will be
perobite4, but there le a Vast silitereuee
ire ef the entiOne, " : ,
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1 TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS: SAD A.XJ) FATAL ACCIWNT.—On the Special Notice Column.
afternoon of the 28th ult.,. while Mr. - ...-....__
twenty burtwor : g ay . 14 3 in the world besides;
ti c t. extractive matter than
A straight-out Johnson paper has ..„-
......,Nrargvr MErrixo.-In pursuance Samuel Delap, residing nearHeidlersburg : A moire BOX Of nrand '
been Started at Pittsburg. It is a large)
and handsome sheet, and will exert much of a published call, a respectable number i in this eounty, was engaged, with his two Cont'atu v at i ig " th 8 PlllB
influence in Western Pennsylvania. . 'lot the soldiers and citizens at Adam's ' - timberinthewoods,the l an ax h 4
i sons, in .felling - 4h undred plwyslclans use them In their
—The Johnson Republicans of % .I. la- county met In the Cohit-house, on Satu 1
r" yonnger of them lost his life under th e , practice to the exclusion °Mawr purgatives. The
delphis have takenthe-field against
day last, at 10 o'clock:, A. SI to 'flatten- following•
4a _ _ .
._ tirbt letterof their valmt Is yet s.•,.ar c ely app re et a 4 3 4.
ilk ncholy cutcurnstanct, . • ,
ieriliswin earnest. They held al :age and ~ -l u, hen they are better known, sudden death and
ra • a movement for the erection of a Mr. D. had set his elder eon to cutting
enthusiastic meeting in the Academy of "'continued sickness will be of the pas, I .et those
MtPsie on Saturday evening week, which Monument - to the deceased soldiers of the down a tall sapling, while himself and who know them speak rIR 11.
t Out luthelr. Ltvor. It
was a da r , 3w , e d by Senetons Cowan, Doer county in the Publie,Square of this place."' lad inh' f o u rteenth ,
younger son, a Is ,
: 18 a duty which will save life.
little, and others. Col. C. If. Buehler - was called to theemployedwithat little dis- '
I were axes a Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated
There 18 afinancirdpanie In F.agland.
Chair, and Adj. J. H. White appointed fence, but in a direction different bile at this season, and It la as dangerous as It IS
One tirin suspended, with - liabilities o' , entirely .., prevalent ;, hitt Brandreth's Pills afford an iuval
amounting to about fifty millions of dol- Secretary. A committee to report a plan , frourthat in which they expected the tree , uattleandedident protection. Bytheiroccasional
lays, another twenty millions, mad others of operations was appointed, and a reso- to fall. ' There was, however, at the- time, , use we prevent the collection of lhosa Impurities '
of le s s Dote.. - ', iption entrusting the direction of the' a strong wind from the North-east, which which, when in stiMlent quantities cause so
much dtriger to tho, bo ifs health. They soon
Some of the Radical papers grumble whole affair to the hands of the surviving bore it at about right angleato Its intended
cure Liver Cern plitint,Dyspeisda,LessmAppeUte,
because President Johnson Is turning out so ldi ers, a d opted.
..course, and, barely missing the father, Pala u, the Head, Ileartburn, Pain In the Breast-
his enerules:and putting his friends into .
The meeting re-convened at li P. M., ,it struck the boy upen.the side of the face bane, Sudden Faintness and Costiveness. Soh/ by
office. Tad years ago these very journals
yelled for the crucifixion of every min when the committee reported, and their: and back of the neck. He was taken up all respectable Dcaters in Medielnel.
who differed with President Lincoln, let report was adopted. It embraces the itp- ' insensible"andcontinued so until he ex
.l 1 .May 21,41 lied
alone keeping such in office. i poititment of an Executive Committee of pired about the middle of the ensuing
Geary is still mum on negro suffral. thirteen, with a sub-committeeof In'
two ; night. - Surgical aid had been In due time
Clymer Is squarely and openly again.st- it. .
eacn- borough and township to will; it
----e-_; called 'in, but proved utterly unavailing.
Not being a demagogue, he has no con
cealments.subscriptions. An effort is to be made to sy
The- President and Cabinet were raise $lO,OOO, In order 'that a creditable
serenaded on Monday evening.. The memorial may be erected.. Full proceed-
President-made a brief speecht_declaring ings in our next. •
his :determination to persevere in the,
The movement takes a fair start, and
work begun. He was followed by Seers
tortes Welles, Stanton, McCulloch, and with proper vigor, will prcive an entire
Postmaster General Dennison, all ender- success. This energy we believe will be
sing the President's policy. ' displayed by those having the manage
- Gen. Ferry has been elected U. S. ment In hand.
Se it front Connectieta.
bAlltiOlfli I lAhrof,ll
Santa Anna has milted a house In
New. York for a year. His plans are a
A most destructivt ftre occurred in
New York on Monday night,con.suming
the Academy of Music, Ole Medical Uni
versity, a Lutheran Clitrch, and several
other buildings.' The loaq is estimated at
' =The soldiers of York county have
formed Clymer Club. Colonel 31aisli
President, and r aireadv sever two hun
dred trod fifty "buys in bind' have joined.
Can't fool them with a humbug -like
A large Johnson meeting was held
in Frederick on Tuesday evening. Day
is dawning for down-trothlen Maryland.
The Government eler* at Washing
ton City have formed a. Ip.rge Johnson
Gen. Stoneman's rep6it, of the Mem
phis riot bears very strongly upon the
black "soldiery" who commenced it,
while the other negroes are blamed for
participating. He thinks that if the
latter had kept out the riot would have
been suppressed before it became so ex
At a late election in Fulton;
the Democratic- ticket wits elected by 25
majority; a gain of MO since last fail;
The latest arrival from Europe indi
cates the probabilities of a war between
Austria and Prussia. -
The Disunion organs of renmylva
nia, judging from the frantic manner in
which they are crying out for "organiza
tion" and "Geary Clubs," must be getting
seared. Are they afraid that the people
are getting a siabit of "the nigger iu the
In consequence of the feeble health
of Mr. DaVIA, instructions have been is
sued from Washington directing General
Miles to allow him on his parole the free
dom of the fort, returning to his room at
Carroll Hall at night. Messrs. Shea and
O'ConnOr, the counsel of Mr. Davis, are
permitted to have access to him at all
It is reported that the Chicago Re
publican is about to,change its colors. It
has been bitterly radical under - Dana's
management, but it is, now understood
that Dana is to retire.
' Senator Wright of New Jersey, whose
'death was announced, is reported to be
THE BUREAU AGAIN.
The Government's Commissioners,
Generals Steadman and" Fullerton, slip
poined to investigate the working of the
Freedmen's Bureaeffn the South, recently
made a report to the Secretary of War, as to
the condition of affairs in Virginia and N.
Carolina. They state That a. large num
ber of the treed negroes who are now de
pendent upon the.government for support
W,Olll Id be able to earn a living, .but along
as relief is extended to them by the gov
ernment, they will not change their loca
tion to procure employment. The idle
and worthless alone look for support. 'Pile
mass of the nestles have an idea that the
bureau possesses some mysterious power
to serve them, and that in case they are
unable to obtain a livelihood as they do
sire, they can fall back upon it for sup
.ideas induce. them to care
nothing for their support. They also
view the °bureau as a protection against
the whites, which induces them to think
that they are their enemies. , In North
Carolina in particular, these Yankee bu
reau agents are engaged, with other par
ties from the 'North, in working farms,
running saw mills, and other occupations
on their own private account, at, the same
time employing negroes and paying them
with government rations and clothing,
and even supplies sent by benevolent so
dales-for the aid of the freedmen, thus
making immense fortunes. Tn many
eases they sell these government supplies
to the negroes and pocket the money.
The cruelties they practice towards them,
these Commissioners say, exceed, in atro
city, anything that has been charged as
having been committed against them by
their former masters. The Commission
ers recommend that these agents be dis
ilek.One of our acquaintances was accus- '
towed 'to tell a story of a tough old roos
ter, which his step-mother o nee concluded
to kill and cook for dinner. Tlie old cock
was . decapitated and boiled,, but upon
serving him It was found that no knife
would cut his stubborn flesh. He-was
again put into the pot and boiled for ano
ther day—still it was impossible to masti
cate him. The cook then concluded to
roast him, which was accordingly done,
but the venerable fowl- was proof against
all attempts to eat him. As a last resort,
a chicken pot pie was made, in which the
old and irrepressible, "Shanghai" was
put, and after a thorough baking in the
oven, he was brought forth and placed on
the table, but after the guests were seated
the old rooster stuck his bead up through
the crust and crowed! Outraged at this
the old lady threw him over the back
fence to the pigs. The story applies very
well as an illustration of the policy of the
party which sustains General Geary for
Governor. The disunionists within the
five or six years they have held power
have been engaged in making a political
dish that would be acceptable to the peo
ple. They have stewed it, and boiled it,
and cooked it—but with all- their efforts
' the woolly head of the nigger always per
sists in coming to the top. The American
public, for whom the dish is intended,
are becoming disgusted, and before long
will pitch cooks, kettle and all out of
their sight.—Erie Observer.
The Franklin Repository says, Gen. CLASSIS.—Zion's class's of the German
Knipe has been elected a delegate to the Reformed Church, met recently at "Geary Soldiers' Convention," which is
to meet at Pittsburg. So this Couven- chitnicsburg, Cumberland county. Rev.
Lion, to which the Soldiers irrespective of - W. R. H. Dietrich, of this place, was elec.-
party, are requested to send delegates, is ted Permanent Clerk. Mr. Dietrich was
to be a Geary concern! Well, if that
also chosen one of the delegates to the
soldiers, the Repository will hear in due General Synod, to meet in Dayton, Ohio,
time from Gen. Knipe and the. soldierti- in November newt. The classic will hold
who "vote asrthey shot"—for the Union, its meeting next year in Gettysburg.
not for the 'negro. Have a care, Dis-
unionists!—Bedford Gazette. —Rev. J. R. Warner will deliver his
as .The Democrats of S omerse t coun t y Lecture on the Battle of Gettysburg, in
nominated their ticket on Monday last: theHunterstown Presbyterian Church,
qongress, Hon. A. H. Cotrroth ; Senator, to-morrow, at 2 o'clock, P. N.
S? 0. Kimmel ; And Assembly, Hiram i
fligwatn exchange ftwitallee motto for
the ru7 "10E09 1 4e' "wes &WIWI'
t ptrong de4se, - . •
IMPROVEMENTS.—Tho . ugh our town is , the train was put in motion, throwing
,not growing as rapidly as might be wish- the unfortunate young man on the track.
ed, we are still glad to note considerable 1 A portion of his head Was cut off, several
"brtiahing up." ' I tetra passing over tile same. Mr., Chritz-
Mr. Geo. A. Codori, in West Middle man was formerly 'of Gettysburg, and
street, Is vastly improving his residence' only son of Capt. Henry Chritzman.-
-putting in a new front, and adding an His remains were brought here for Inter
attic oh the whole. He is making it a' ment. 'We sympathize with the dis
very handsome property. essed
Rev. Dr. Krauth's residence, corner oft Tan FkintEn's CHOICE..—M the sea : .
Baltimore and High streets, is being son is approaching In which farmers Will
thoroUghly repaired, inside and out. The be looking for the best machines with
'Dr. is making it one of the most comfor-
which to harvest their crops, we would
table homes in the town, and we trust ho
direct their attOntion to those advertised
may live many years to enjoy it. •In another column by Mr, Wm. Wible.
Dr. O'Neal, adjoining us, has Just com- 1 He is the Agent for three' different ma
pleted extensive repairs on his dwelling, chines,—the Ball's Ohio, the Ohip Buck. T .
rendering it in all respects pleasant and eye and Russell's Screw Power. The
desirable. I Ohio Buckeye is a new thing in this
Major Jacob Sanders, whom we gladly county, but through the 'SNreat It has been
welcome to a residence among us, has extensively used, and has given entire
had his house, on York street, greatly - satisfaction, being preferred above all
improved, making it snug and comfor. r other mac hi nes. The other two machines
table. `have been in use In this county for several
Mr. Matthew Eichelberger has also im- years ma their advantages are so well
proved his residence, on Chamhersburg known. that we need not , recommend
street, and added a very tasteful portico— theta: Any of our farmers who need a
one which we trust not a few will pattern ' machine, should call on Mr. Wible, as
after. I they will shave the opportunity of select..
Hon. Joel B. Danner is having a house ing from three of the best machines m anu
in East Middle street raised and renewed lectured .in
_this or any other country.
—a decided help in appearance, as well
He has extras on hand and is prepared to
repair machines when needed. Call soon,
as the demand Is great, and he may not
be able to fill orders promptly if the notice
is short. Mr. Wible is a reliable Agent,
and purchasers can fully depend upon
hiin coming up.to all he proniiscs, h re
gard to these machines. it
8 S room.
Mr. Solomon Welty, over the hill, is
enlarging his residence, doubling its size,
and giving it an attractive appearance.
Mr. Christian Sellers is about erecting
a two-story dwelling ) . On Breekinridge
street,. which will no doubt be a credita
Mr. Lawyer is erecting a two-Story ,
building for a daguerrean saloon, On-Bal
timore street, near the Diamond. We
suppose he means to make it ornamentar
as well as useful..
Dr. Fahnestock has completed the re
pairs on the building adjoining his resi
dence, and has come up to public expec
tation. It is a marked improvement.
Mr. Michael Spvigler, corner 'of the
Diamond, is very thoroughly repairing
his buildings, giving the Vehole premises
an air of newness.
The old building, opposite the Court
house has been removed—quite an im
provement, as far_as it goes. What shall
we have in its stcad , and when ?
It affords 113 pleasure to notice these
evidences of returning enterprise, and
hope the good work has only begun..
"Who's the next customer?"
TITE ANNUAL DITICKARD MEETING,
near Waynesboro', last week, was an im
mense gathering, the largest of the kind
ever before held. It is _estimated that
fifteen thousand people were present.—
The hospitality of this denomination has
passed into a proverb, and of course none
were turned away hungry on this great
occasion. The leading preachers in the
church,from all parts of the United States,
were present. The Western States were
largely represented; whifst Pennsylva
nia and Maryland sent their 'thousands.
Hundreds from this county attended, all
of whom speak highly of the meeting—
the good preaching, the good order, and
the substantial hospitality exegnded to
o , l±, IN BEDFORD COUNTY.—We learn
from the Bedford Gazette that the Bedford
County Oil Company struck oil in tkeir
well at the foot of what is called Dry
Ridge, in that county, on Thursday week,
at a depth of 376 feet. It is stated that
the sand . pump brought up quite a quan
tity of genuine petroleum.
Why may not Adams afford oil too?
It is a much handsomer county—has
more pious people, prettier girls, larger
babies, and a bigger battle-field than Bed
ford "dare scare up." It would be very
strange if we couldn't have as good luck
in reaching "lie," or anything else—even
bigger Democratic majorities.
LEG BROKEN.—We regret to learn that,
on Saturday week, whilst'Samuel Wolf,
Esq., (of New Oxford,) one of the County
Commissioners, was out riding in a sulky,
his horse commenced kicking, and stri
king Mr. W. below the knee, fractured
the leg in a shocking manner—some of
the bones protruding through the boot,
Medical aid was at Owe summoned, and
he is doing as wellias could be expected
under the circumstances. _
Lanai .E:Aor.E.---HenryHamme has at
his hotel In Hanover, a very large Bald
Eagle, measuring nine feet from tip to
tip of the wings. It was shot in the
neighborhood of East Berlin, in this coun
ty, but by whom we are not informed.
It was injured in one of the wings just
enough to prevent it from flying.
am.Mr.l3amuel Herbst has sold 10 acres
and 24' perches of woodland, in Cumber
land towm3klp, to Adam Bollinger, for
capth • • • -• •
SIIOCKINCF ACCIDVINT.—On Friday eve
ning week, Mr.. George Chritzman, of
Ilarrisbgrg, was Instantly killed at
13ridgepprt, oppositeliarrisburg. Mr. C.
was'haggage-master on the York accom
modation passenger train of the Nor
thern Central railroad, and was in the
act of coupling cars, when, forxrme cause,
RAILROAD- SURVEY ' TO. YORK.—We
learn that the people in and about East
BeAin, are beginning to talk with eon
siderable' earnestness of the extension of
the Gettysburg Rail •Road from New
Oxford via East Berlin to York. They
hatLa second survey made, by J. S. Gitt,
from Berlin to York, and he has greatly
limproved the last line over the former
survey. From Mr. Gitt's second cxamin
ation, the road • hal; been hhortened a
quarter of a mile, and will cost much lesa
Ithan the first route surveyed. A practi
cable route has been obtained and is only
1 half a mile longer than the Abbottstown
' route, though it is expected will cost
something more.—lianover Citizen.
THE HORSE RAcE.The long talked of
horse race (from Hanover - to Baltimore
and back,) which was to have come elf ort t
Monday last, ended in Mr.,Dilier's forfeit
ing $2.50 and concluding not to run. This
was rather a disappointment to many
persons; as quite an interest appeared to
be manifested in the matter. The race-)
was b4tween Mr. Garber and Mr. Diller
for a purse of five hundred dollars.-
NEW DIRECTOR.—The Directors of the
Poor, on Tuesday last, appointed
Nuanemaker, of Liberty townsh ip,Direc
tor in place of Mr. Krise deceased. He
will serve until fall. Mr. N. is admirably
qualified, and will make an efficient
THE TOWN Croce;,--Cannot the Town
Clock be started? 'Will not somebody
move in the matter? We suppose it to
be the duty of the borough authorities,
but if they will not, the citizens should
take it'ln hand. The neglect is - becoming
Thin BALL.--A game of Base Ball came
off between the town and College Clubs;
on Friday afternoon. The College boys
carried oft' the honors,-by "a close shave"
—they having thirteen runs to twelve
for the town Club.. There were three
Waif - On Friday week, (18th inst.) one of
the most useful business men of York,
Mr. Henry Small;lumber dealer, dropped
dead at the supper table, at his home, in
DEATH OF A Goon ' MAN.—Rev. Mr.
Eagle, of the Catholic Church, died,
of Consumption, at York, on Tuesday
last. His age was 38 years. He was
highly esteemed by
,the church and the
TOTES Tun WAI : E NHOT.
The writer of the following pithy letter,
who is vouched for as a Republican sol
dier by the Waynesburg (Greene co.)
ifeboenger, is evidently a man of sense :
For the If cesenger
tiot. Jennings: Will you grant a Re
publican soldier room in your paper for a
very short article? I merely wish to no
tice an aothnonition in the last Greene Co.
Republican and to aSsure the editor that
his advice s good, and I believe will be
very generally followed by the soldiers of
the county. The editor says :
"To .those who have borne the brunt,
vote the way you shot."
Not, Mr. Editor, we shot for the Union
and not for the negro, and we intend to
vote for the Union and not for the negro.
This is all I have to say at present.
A REPUBLICAN SOLDIER.
sereen.aßanks Representative in the
Rump from Massachusetts, declared, the
other day, that it is the intention of the
Republican party to is
upon the whole country. lie mid the
only reason the matter is deferred is bo-
cause the people are not sufficiently Re
Radical' Defeaf.--Colonel Win. Louis I .J . MN, M. !
rßor J D3A Eye
D., Oculist and Meet,
Schley, the regular radical nominee in rbrmenr. or LaLden Eolland, is toasted at No.
the 13th ward of Baltimore city, to fill a .ato pi NE street, raILADELPELIA, wherepergoo,
vacancy in the First Branch of the City:=2,:g y / 'e ise trd e° 4' f d tt g i rti, E if or EA rZ wi tr .
Councit„ wkli defeated on Monday last, by\ —ALLTIFICIai . EYES inserted without pain.—
Mr. S. F. W ylie, the independent midi- , Ito names mails for examinations. The medical
date, by 1 4 tor 48 votes. ' f aci attis invite!i, as he has no secret in
ME Me mode
teeatmadt. • L.htty V, . 1,7
Cholera, Diarrhea. awl Dysentery !
A enre 14 warranted by Dri..TOll4' celebrated
VENETIAN LINIMENT, 'fined when first taken
by persona bt tempnate habits. This medicine
boa been known in till United Statce over 20 years.
Thousands have used it, and found it never failed
to cure any complaint for which It wee recommen
ded; and all thaw who first tried It, aro now never
without it. In the Cholera of ISM, Dr., Tebbe;
attended 40 eves and lost 4, Loin; called in too
late to do env Son!.
DiuEtnnlygs.—Take a tertipoxiful In a wine
glass of water every half hour for two hours, and
rub the abdomen sal extremities ivell with the
Liniment. To allay the thirst, bike a lump of los
In the mouth, about the size of a marble every ten
minutes. It is warranted perfectly innocent to
take I n t.? rn illy. Soli by all druggists, price 40 and
ed cents. Depot, 53Courtiand Bt., New York.
Or, in other words, heads whose once glorious
locks have WITHERED AND WHITENED, ean
in a few moments be re-clothed with all their
YOUTHFUL ATIItACTIONS, by a single-appli
cation of that wonderful talisman,
CIERIST.A.DORO'S HAIR DYE.
Grizzled waisiters an 1 moustaches, ladleq' curls
into will al the siery of age has prematurely drift
ed, and red, sandy, or white.y-brown hair, reixAve,
.as if by magic, the rarest shade 4 of black or Imown
from btils harmless botanical hair dazkener.—
Itanufnetured by J. CIIttiSTADOIIO, 6 Aitor
House, New' York. Soli by Drugglsts. Applied
by all Flair Dressers. Dray 2 4 /La
The Great French Remedy.
Da. JUAN DELAMAREEiS
CELEBRATED SPECIFIC PILLS,
Prepared from a" prescription of Dr. Juan Dela
marre, Chief Physician of the hospital . •
du Nord ou Lariboisiere of Paris.
This invaluable inc,iteine is no imposition, but
I:font:tiling In the cure of Spermatorrlue or Semi
nal Weakness. Every species of Genital or Uri
nary Irritaktijity, Involuntary or Nightly Seminal
Etnissterts whatever cease produced:or how
ever severe, will be speedily relieved and the or
gans restored to healthy action.
Read the following opinions of cnainent French
"We have used the Specific Pills prepared by
aarare lere 'e Dupont, No, 211 Rue Isnitimr,l, from
the pr,scrlydun of Dr. Juan lilainarre, in our
private practice with killeeeM, and we be.
lieve there is no other medicine so well calculated
to cure all persons suffering from Involuntary
Emissions or any other weakness of the Sexual
Organs, whether caused by sedentary modes of
excesses, or abuse.
It. A. BEAUREPARIE, M. D.
G. D. Ini.lannix, 11. D.
JEAN LE LEVcattE, M. D. '
Paris, May :,th e 1889."
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
The genuine Pills lire sold by all the principal
Druggists throughout the World. Price One Dol
lar per,Box, or six Boxes for Five Dollars.
GArtay °max & DUPONT, Sole Proprietors,
No. 1 Rue LotrOtard, Paris.
Ono Dollar enclosed to :my authorised Agent,
will insure a box by return mall, securely sealed
from .01 observation; six }ones for live dollars.
Sole General Agents for America,
03 , Z.111 G. MOSES & CO. ,
27 Cortland at., N. V.
N. B.—French, Germm, S1)1110411 and Fnglish
pamphlets, containing Mil partieninrii and three
tions for use, sent free to every address.
A. D. Buehler, Agent for Gettysburg,
Ddt. Pi, 1863. ly
Dr. Marshall's Catarrh Snuff.
This stinfflias thoroughly proved itself to be the
best article known for earl the Catarrh. Cold
in the Head and /lead:wile. it has been found an
excell.tat remedy in many casts of Sore Eyes.—
Deafness has been removed by it, and Hearing
has often been greatly improved hy its tow.
It is fragrant and agreeable, and cavils IMME
DIATE DEMME to the Mil I heavy pains caused by
diseases of the head. Tue sensations alter using
it are delightful and Invigorating. It opens and
purges out all obstructions, strengthens the glands,
and gives a liesithy action to the pArts'atfeeted,
More than Thirty Yearn' of sale and use of "Dr.
Marshall's Catarrh and llwidnelie Snort'," has
proved its great value for all the common diseases
,of the hero!, and at this moment stands higher
than ever before.
It is recommended by many of ,the best rb4osl
- and Is tried with great success and satisfac
Read the Cortilleates of Wholesale Druggists in
1i1.54: The undersigned, baring for many years
been aegis:tinted with "Dr. Marshall's Catarrh
and Readaelie Snuff," and sold it In our wholesale
trade, cheerfully state, that we believe it to be
equal, in every respect, to the recommendations
given of It for the aura of Catarrhal Affections,
and that it Is decidedly the hest article we have
ever known for all common aliases of the Head.
j Bnrr & Perry, Boston ' • Read, Auston,& Bois
ton; Brown, Lamson & Co., Boston; Seth W
Fowle, Boston; Wilson, Fairbank & Co., Boston;
Hen , Maw, Edmund & CO, Boston; it H, Hat,
Portland, Me.; Barnes & Park, New York; A. B.!
& D. Sands, New York; Steohm Patti & Co., Now
York; Israel Minor & Co., New York: McKesson
& Robbins, New York ; A. L. Seovtil & Co., New
York. :IV. Ward, Close & Co., New York; Bush &
Gale,Now York. 1i..7 - For sale by all Druggists.—
Try 1k (Dec. Di, 186. ly
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
Are the mast perfe^t purgative which we are
able to pro Iwo or which we think has ever yet
been made by anyboay. Their effects have abun
dantly shown na the community how much they
excel the ordinary medicines in use. They are
I safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure.—
, Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital
' activities of the body, remove the obstructions of
its organs, purify the blffr..l, and expel disease.
1 They purge out the font humors which breed and
grow dist mper, stimulate sluggi,li or disordered
organs into their natural action, and impart a
healthy tone with strength to the whole system.
Not only do they cure the es cry-day complaints
of everybody, but also fortaiddhle and ddugerotts
diseases. While they pro lace powerful effects,
they are at the salty^ tlin“, in (11 OMlSlcst dirieS,
j the safest ant best physic that can be employed
i for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleas
' ant to take; and, being purely vegetable, are free
front any risk of harm. Cures have been made
which surpass belief, were they not substantiated
by men of such exalted position and character, as
to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eint
, nent clergymen and physicians have lent their
names to certify to the pnblic the reliability of our
Iremedies, while other:. have 14,1644 . is the rts,iirance
of their convietion that, our eparations con
tribute immensely to the relief of our afflicted,
suffering fellow men.
1 The Agent below named is pleased to furnish
gratis our American Almanac, containing &free
' Hone for the use and e.ertiticates of their cures, of 1
. the following complaints :
' C,ostiveness, Bilious Complaints, itheumatle ,
Drolety, Heartburn Headache arising Irons foul
stomach, Nausea, lndigestion, Morbid, Inaction
of the bowels and Paltperising therefrom, Ilan- Died.
leery, Loss of App' tile, all Diseases which require
an evatuant m , slicine. They also, by purifying On Sunday, the 13th Inst., Mr. HEiglir SNY
' the Moo I and stimulating tile ?tyska', cure many DER, of Huntington township, aged 81 yaws 2
complaints which it would not be supposed they' months and 8 days&
could reach, such flB Deafness, Partial Blindness, I In Arendteville, on the lith Inst., Afri.1341.11411.
Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derange- R. ADAMS, in the 3Sth year of her age. •
ments of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other In Tanevtown, Md. May 24, Mrs. SAR ATI A.
' kindred complaints arising from a low state of mact. .,,g y
the body, or obstruction of its functions. `,... , wife ofAndrew C ey,
Do not be put oaf by unprinciplecldealers with /. years and 18 days.
other preparations which they make more profit I Near Hnnterstown, on the 21st inst., EMMA . ,
on. Demand AYER'S and take no others . The ' daughter of Geo. Y . and Mary J. Hudson, aged LI
sick want the best aid there is for them, and they years and 22 days.
should have it. I On the 20th Inst., In this pl nee, WILLIAM HO W'- '
Prepared by Dr, J. C. ,Ver dr Co.. Lowell, Mess.,, MU), son of Walls= and Aurae E. Weygent,
an d sold by A. 1). Buehler, Gettysburg. aged .5 months.
May 7, 1886. 2na
____..--e--..1....__ . On the 18th inst., BERTIE, eldest son of Salome
Terrible Dlselosnres. S. and William ays E. Culp, aged 10 yelps 3 %oaths
Semen; 'FOR THE MILLION !—A most valuable i a
On Sa d bbath morning, May 80. at the residence
and wonderful publication. A work of lee pies, 'of William Douglas, Esq..tn thisplace, Mrs. MARY
and 31 colored - Engravings. DR. HUNTER'S McGAIJGHY, widow of Mr. Hugh McGaughy,
VADE MECUM, an original and popular treatise deceased, in the 81st year of her age.
on Man and Woman, their Physiolisgy, Functions, At Arendtavllle,on the sth inst., MARIA LADY,
and Sexual disorde.rs of every kind, with Never
, F a iling Remedies hartheirspeedycure. distillc
In the 2Sth year other age.
lice of DR. MINTER has lung been, an Is, Near Now Oxford, on the dtth ult., Mr. JOHN
nnbouuded, but at the earnest solleitation of nti_ "li - YEIL. 4 3, aged 58 years 8 months and 28 days.
merous persOns, be has been induced to extend 1 On the 18th inst., at the residence of her uncle,
wined lad usethiness through the medium. ofhls 1 Jacob Pitzer. in B'n'teravinei Pa., LIZZIE LC)-
!"V A DE MECUM." It is a Volume that should be ; REITA, youngest daughter or Levi Ditzer, aged
in the hands of every family in the land, as a pre- 7 years 8 months and H days. ,
ventive of secret vices, or es a guide for the alfevi- L it on the 20th inst., in Reading township, Mr.
mostatom of one of the Emit"' and destructive ENRY NELL,Sr., aged 79 years and 9 months.
scourges that ever visited mankind. One copy,!
On the night ofth e 20th nit., of casualty, FBA NK•
' securely enveloped, will be forwarded free of poet- I MN PIERCE DELAP, son of Mr. Samuel Deal),
ime to any part of the United States for 50 cents in „ rrii .„ e s sirro blp,t h thi s coun ty. aged IS years
P. 0. stamps. Address, post paid, DR. HUNTER,ii' months an d 2d ays. e
No. 3 Division SL, New York. [Sept23 17 •
_____ ___,,,, ._
_______- ' Yesterday morning,er, in this place, Idr..IOIIN
nethe residence ofhisliogt.
Errors of Youth. I ew,Mr. Charles Ziegl
A gentleman who suffered for years from Net-
CHELTZMAN, aged 88 years and 2 months. Yu..
sous Debility, Premature Day, and all the effects renal at tio'clock. this evening.
, Of youthful indiscretion, will for the sake of istff- ! 11.62.8nYeeteA at an advanced age.
rda at the Akins-house, Mr. maricautti
feting humanity tend tree to all who need it, the
recipe and directions for making the simple rem- V
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so by
addreeeing JOHN B. OGDEN,
NO. 18 Chambers it., New York.
Altar. 5, 1888. ly_
SobJett to Dhittitoso.
Teti Mold not well be subject ton Maehmore
Inconvenient complaint, to may nothing Of the
danger of its running Into dysentery or
,something ;stilt more fatal. Many think 3
diarrhcee of little consequenee. It la a grave
mistake. Nn innotint of latent health and vigor
can long withstand a constantly loose discharge
from the Wire* and the stomach soon exhibits
very plainly its sympathy with the disorder.—
Fortunately, though, there la always a remedy Lit hand,
hand, and a very inexpenfil ve one, t0,,,1n itadway's
Ready Relief. No matter how alarming the
dlarrine I—no 'natter it you have an attac k even
of cholera morbus, a teaMpoonful or AO of the !toady
Relief, taken every hour in a wir.eglass of sweet
ened water until MAO Is procured, 11 1 sure to
place you on the road to a rap i drecovery. A
bottle of Radwny's Ready /toilet/2/ ling .1) is nig,
is worth more than five dollars' worth of prescrip
tions front the ablest physician, tf your object be
to get rid of your diarrhwa altogether and not
merely to temporarily stugond Its operation.—
, Beside/4 this, you will have Ready Relief enough
left to cure you of a bilious oklie should such an
ailment overtake your or a nervous lo‘lidae he, or
hysterics, cramps, vomiting, pain In the bew . els,
an Iso on. Confd anything be more usefu 1 and at
the same tins more ecnnoutitall Railway's
I Ready Relief Is, In short, quite a faintly mod letue.
cliost in itself, and pre tared as It is of Such choice
Materials, hotiortett from dista ut parts of the
globe, It is really surprising, in this age of high
prices, how It can be sold for so comparatively‘
small a sum • and then its good etre-as are ma
immediate! If you have a dlarrinc n our imitaitee,
be yott sure that Midway's Basely Relief will
promptly be Ate master.
bold by druggist-s.
N. 11.—DIA ItItIPE.I IN VIE .11211 Y,
laTest.ltfsPr. o.tat Yrertw, 8.1.
Jour fib, 1i461,
Dr. Railway di Co., 2.:3 John Street, N.:Y.:
Forty men In my Company, (Co., I, Ithaca Vol
'Gni Penn, on the sth day or.lune, 1581, wore selv_sli
with severe attacks of Diarriuoa, Dysetitcry, tour
other oomplainst of the bowels, and %vet, rendered
in .stp tettated tor lot.', I distributed among them
Midway's Reidy Relief, and requostAl each man
to take It In iteeonlanoo with the directions, Its
rumedlal elfeetki Were lea lued late, and t Ile majority
of my Inen reported sick and unable to perform
/lute In the morning, were, present and perairioed
their duty In the afternoon. I consider the lohl
t ion of Railway's Wally 'tenet tic the twit hum,
stores of our regiment to lanit the greatest ho poi
mice to our troops.
JOHN NVIIITi.OOK, Captain,
Co. ealid Regl. N. Y. 8. V. and Ist 'al, Be g . I,
tr 7 deu lane, N. V.
May 28,'68. 2w
Lyon's Periodical Drops:
THE (MEAT 1..4:\t REMEDY lOR SE
REUULARI icso Drops are a scientifi
cally compotnek4l dull prepiratlon, and better
than any PM's, Powders or Nostrums. Being li
quid, their:adieu 14 direct and positive, rendering
them a' ape' ifertalu specific for
the curb of all ob•truetions end suppression. o f
nature.. Their popularity Is indicated by the fart
that ever /00.011.11iffttles are annually consumed
by the Indies of the United States, m cry one of
whom Fillealts In the strangest torkium ofpraise of
their great merits. They are raptril, taking the
am) of every other Female ltenredy, and are don
tattered: by all who know aught of them, as the
Surest, 'taloa, and most infant - 41e preparation in
the woriii, for the cure of all (mtto complaints,
the renfoval of all olodrurflorul of natilre, and the
promotion of health, regularity and trength.--.
Explicit ding lions stating when they may used,
and explaining when and whythey shouldmot,
no could not he used without producing ellert%
on trary to natures laws, will be found cal 'fully
folded around cavil bottle, with the written signa
ture of lynx L. LYoN, without which none aro
Prepared by Dr. JOITN L. LYON, 111.5 Chapel
Street, New Haven, Conn., who can be consulted
either personally, or by mall, (enclosing stain p,)
concerning all private diseases and fenede weak
nesses. Sold by Druggists everywhere.
0.11. CLAIM & ( . 0.,
Gen'l Agents' for U. S. and Canadas.
Nov 0,1861 ly
The Great English Remedy
Stu JAMES CLAIM tf a CittamnATEn Fmt tr.n
PLLL.Y. Prepared from a pre ription of Hir J.
Clarke, M. 11 . , Physician I..:xt am divary - -in tins
Queen. This Invaluable med Inc is unfaillog itt
the cure of all those painful d dangerous dihea-
SCIltO Which the female constitution in subject. It.
moderates all eXregheli and removes all obstruc
tions, and a speedy cure may Fs , relied on.
To Married Lalles it ls peculiarly stilted. It will,
in a snort tune, bring on the 111011011 y pet lud st lilt
Each bottle, price One Datiar,hcars the Govern
ment Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent cehnter
CAUTION.—Thrfie Pills should not be taken by
Females during the rgasr TISHRI? mozYglim of Pi, g
ooney, as they are sure to bring on Miscarriage,
but at any other time they are safe.
In all c tses of Nervous and Spinal Affections
Pains In the flack and Limhs, o n*li g ht;
exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, 113 - stern's, and
Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when all mit •
er means have, fail si ; arid although a potverful
remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antinualy,
or anything hurtful to the coast Itution.
Full directions In the pamphlet around ends
package, which sholtld be CAI Vfully preserytl,
Sold by all Druggists. Solo Agent for the rut
ted States and Canada,
N. R.-41,00 and (i poitage rdamps enclosed to any
nratiortzrd Agent, wilt insure a Nate, containing
5 Pallg, l y roturn mall. sold by A. D. Bin:tiler,
Dec.lB, 1665. ly
The advertiser having ireen restored to heath
In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after
having suffered ?or several years with ft severe
lung affection, awl that dread disease, Consump
tion—ls anxious to make known to his fellow
sufferers the of •ane of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used ltree of charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same, Which
they will find a arum ('VRE Fon Co.sst•XP.rtols,
Asrms A, IiROSCII tl iw, t:evotts, Cold's, and all
Throat and Lung A tree( fogs. The only object of
th , advertiser In sending , tile Prescription Is to ,
benefit the afflicted, and 4pread Information which
he cooecives to be invaluable, and he hopes every
slifTerer will try his renusly, as It will coat them
nothing, and may prove n blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription YREE by return
mail, will please address
lin'. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings co., New York.
'Mar. 5, 184ft1. ly
Aiming°, but True
Eyerysonng lady and guntlentii In the United
States rim hear something very notch to their ad.
centime by return mall (free of chargic,) by ad
dressing the underligned. Those having fears of
being humbugged will oblige by not noticing this
card. All others will plunso address their tthedi
ent servant, TllOB. P. CHAPMAN.
Afar. 6,'66. ly g Broad way, N. T.
Vir'Landon, the negro suffrage advo
cate of the State - Senate, has taken Ow
stump enthusiastically for Geary in Brad
ford county—the darkest negro region of
the State—where his "manhood suf
frage" appeals for-Geary have stirred up
the Thad Stevensites to almost fever heat.
They seem to have got it into their heads
that if they cad elect Geary the word
"white" will be struck out of the Consti
tution of Pennsylvania before his term ex
pires. The fact that the negro' tes of Brad
ford county, have been the first to start
the campaign for Geary with a mass
meeting Is very significant of his position.
On the Mit April, at Trostle's hotel, In Chum -
homburg, Pa., by the Rev. Jno. R. Warner, Mr. R.
11. SOYI ,f of Mereenemm. Franklin county, Pt.,
to Miss VIRGINIA M. KI 4 I0X; of Fairfield, this
On the 13th inst., by Rey. M. Snyder. Mr. JOHN
DEARDORFF to Mimi:A - MAE. ILAFEENSPER
GER, both of this minty.
At the residence of the bride's father, Wm.
Kohler, Esq.. on Tuesday 15th lust., by Key. Dr,
'Lauer, .31 r„LTE3). A.MOS WEIK Eta to Miss KATE
E. KOHLER., all of this eotnitY.
On the 20th Inst., by the Rev. M. J. Allestan,
Mr. JOHN NAGLE to Miss LOUltiet C. i!..1131r1',
both of this county.
School tt Bounty Taney.
YIN School Directors Of Franklin toWinhip,
hereby give notice that to' il &Idol end
aunty Taxes, in said township, not paid by,.
the Ist of July next, FIVE PER 01INT. will 14 4
added. They further give notice that on all i
Bounty Subscriptions ohtstanding on sold tit , '
day of July, interest will be charged from date
of subscribing. orde
By r of the Board, ,
SA.I‘I7INsBUCH_BB ) Pros% .
Joos DEAiwa's', 8644.
May 2S, 1806. td