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INioplieey lifulfilkd.—The great New
Eught/id itatesinen, Daniel Webster, in a
owe-ft , dellvered in the United States
Senate; on March 3d,, 1850, made the
following remarkable prediction, which
as been fulfilled to the very letter :
"If the Infernal fanatics and Abolition
ists ever get power in their hands they
will override the (Amstitution, set the
Suprenie Court at defiance, change and
make laws to suit themselves, lay violent
hands on those who differ with them in
their opinions, or dare question their la
and finally bankrupt the
Calltutfy and deluge it with blood.
16..Th0 word ' , Copperhead" has al
mast dropped out of use now, except with
slew malignant quasi religionists. With
them it formerly meant an opponent of
the Government. They•use the word
with the old virulence now, la meaning
A supporter of the Govern rent:
Graiy and the Soldiers.- , -A letter from
'Llvcr•Pool to the editor of the Perry coun
ty DeiOonst says : "We have brave sot
deka fit this region, some of Whom served
under Mary, who denounce him and
wouldnot touch him with a ten-foot pole,
notwithstanding their fOtmcr Republican
A itodelOfficcr.—The Postmaster at co
lumbns; Ohio, anxious to keep out of par
ty moo, declares that he has been too
,busy lie read either of the Presidential
votoe4, and therefore can express no opin
ion upon them. Discreet ()Meer ! He
knows that in this case "Ignorance 'is
'blisa.'?—Pkilacielphict Public Ledger.
illay".l.zi the Jardin dee Plants, Paris,ln
lron cage have been placed a young
lioness, ah4lgerian wild boar,-and a lit,
I.le dog.. Tl - Iffiest is quite the master, the
licuese',gmera.Uy amusing herself -with
teataturthe boar. When, howevey,, the
Lioness goes tpo far, the - dog interferes
and r-e , ..ttabilsties order.
Shdelng llorses.—A new method of shoe
ing horses has been on trial in Paris for a
learor more pmt. By nth° hoof Is buts
ttleleut away, the shoe Is light, the foot
rests upon the ground and is - allowed to
entpand nAtnially, whale the Imirse never
sflpB . itlie been tried successfully on
the oinnibulf horses.
140 - young soldier, 'with respectable
pounktions, named .Alexander Webb,
shot r himself thrtrogh. the heart,. on
Wednesday, at llalthnore, alleging as a
pause that he could get nothing to do,
pud hated to see his mother in want.
6 1 1.40.. '
• Babies resemble Wheat. First, neither
are good for much till they arrive' t ma
tuft ; second, both are bred lathe house,
and Tare also the flower of the family ;
third, both have to be cradled; fourth,
boa* have to be thrashed before they are
VARMERS AND DEALERS IN FERTILIZ
ERS will please take notice.that have
opted 'the following-Trade Mark to protect
putselvef, and prevent those who use our
RAW BONE SIIPI R PHOSPHATE from being
deceived when purchasing manures.
We hero bust obliged to give this protec
tion tn our cuitontere;in consequence of sev
eralmodes having unlawfully need our dis
tinct ve -liana, viz: "Raw Bone," in o ff ering
OW article to the public; Thin Trade Mark
is adopted in addition to the tkple"Raw Bone,"
.which` is our exclusive propelly, and we cau
tion all manufacturers from using it in' future.
We Would state to the trade and consumers,
dint i they will find it to their — inquest to see
1 1,1 1:;tabe "Trade Mark" is upon every bag and
they p i rclAist, as nitie other ia 'ge nii i ne.
' I BAUGH It HOgS.
Super Phosphate of Lime,
I.l,taqaetured by BAUGH . 1 / 4 SONS,
No. 20 Soutt Delaware Aveoue,
Site great popularity of our article has been
fonsufficient inducement to certain imitators
to annfacture and -advertise "Raw Bone
'PI phats," a name which- originated with
nd is our own rightful property. We
will state for the information, of all, that we
are he exclusive manufacturers of this article
—thia original and sole propretors of it—hav
ing - been manufactured by us-for a period of
tree years. Also that it is covered by sev
pyalletters patent, held only by ourselves. '
We are • now ready to supply it in large
qintitities—having made recent ad4tiens 'and
improvements. Vessels drawing 16 feel of
water tiin load directly froin the wharvoirof
the: works, which are located at the foot of
Norris Street, Delaware River. We call the
atte nticm of DEALERS to this Beat 'advantage.
TIO present indications are that we shall
a greatly increased demand over last
and fall seneons, and we advise Farmers
id in their *era to their respective
irs at - ali early•dayy that all may be sup-
licking your continued orders,
Tours very truly, -
BAUqIt hi SONS, •
No. 20 S. Delaware Avenue;
7 1, 1848. , 9m PHILADELPHIA.
Estey's. Cottage Organs
nral intermediate stations.
*This train returns to Hanover at 12 x.
end arrives at Gettysburg at 1 P. x.
AIIPOED TRAIN leaves Hanover at 2.20 P.
IL, and arrives at the Junction at 3.10 P.
ponnecting with the Mail Train South, which
mills at Baltimore at SP. K. Passengers by
MO Train for Turk lay over at Mte li/nation
_1.6,1* P. K.
pasoe t i g ers leaving Baltimore for Hanover,
flettysbarg, and Littlestowu ' will take either
the 31111 Train at 9 A. 111., or the Past Line at
/.2.10 P. M. JOSEPH Lam, Agent.
• Dee. 18, 1E65.
1866 Al HORNER'S yen din get
Bruebea., Combs, Seam Pnifam
pl.,. Notions, ka.. in great variety.
INSURR AGAINST ACCIDENTS in the
:TfI4YELI,ERS INSURANCE COMPANY
SASTFORD. Its minium& aro low,"lad
New Goode! Cheap Goods!
THE PLACE TO GET THEN
w l IN HANOVERI—
hetaby inform the citizens of York and
Adams cpunides, that we beige established, at
the southeast corner of Centre Square and
Baltimore street, HANOVER, formerly occu
pied by C. E. si T. T. Wirt; a Branch Store,
(the principal business houses being located
iu N York and York, Pa.,) where sre will
kcep,at all times a regular assortment of Dry,
Domestic and Fancy GOODS, also, a well se
lected assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
CASSINETS, COTTINEV and CORDUROYS;
China, Glass and Queens-ware, Ladies', Misses'
and Children's SHOES ; also, a nice and full
assortment of all kinds of CARPET, Floor
and !Table Oil-cloth.
iite have also established in rooms adjoining
the Central Hotel, a CLOTHING STORE,
w.here we will keep constantly on hand a well
selected assortment. of Heady-made Clothing,
of the latest , styles , and a fall assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnisling Goods, 'inch as Hats,
Caps, !pots, Shoes, Arc., which we' will sell at
As our motto Le, and always will be, "quick
sales and small profits," we hope to receive a
share of the patronage of, town and coun
try. Our connection with the large wholesale
houses, in New York City and York, Pa.,wbere
are always stored en extensive stock of goods,
which _we sell at wholesale and retail, enales
us to supply our . old friends and such of our
new customers as will give us a call, with the
very best marketable goods, at lower rates
than can be purchased anywhere in thel3tate.
Call and see for rinrselres.
JOE. LEBACH k BRO
Hanover, June 26, 1865. ly
A WORD . TO THE PEOPLE OF TOWN AND
THE subscriber keeps a Notion and Confec
tionary- Store on Carlisle street, nearly
opposite - the itailrold Station, Gettysburg,
where he has constantly on band, CANDIES,
NUTS, Figs, Raisins, Lemons, Oranges, he.,
Tobaccos and Segare of all kinds • Pocket-
Books, Suspenders, Neck Ties, Collars- he.;
Soaps and Perfumeries.; also some ciWOCE
RIES, Sugars, Coffees, Rice, with the different
kinds of Crackers. ' Ice-cold MEAD at all
time%. He invites custom from tiOn and
country, and sells at small profit*, `.
. LEWIS I STROUSE.
Aug. 7, 1865. Ty
A LAIWg supply of Superior •
now on hand - at reduced price. This Coal is
superior to sll other Coal in the United • States
for welding 'and other blacksmith purposes.
Fur sale by I'. If. FYFEft, '
City Coal Yard, Frederick city,ifd.
Jude 19, 186 i. -Iy*
Carriage. king Business.
7111 E war being Tv er; the undersigned have
I resumed the
CARRIAGE-MAKING BUSINESS, .
at their old stand, in East Middle street,
-where they are agriin prepared to put up work
in the moat fashionable, substantial, and supe
rior manner., A lot of new and second-band
CARRIAGES, BUGG/ES, kG.,
On hand, wlicb they will dispose of et -the
lowest priced ; and all orders will be supplied
as promptly and satisfactorily as possible. -
Kr REPAIRING • -
done with dispatch, and at cheapest rates.
A large lot of new and old HARNESS on
hand for sale.
Thankful for the liberal patronage betide
fore enjoyed by them, they solicit and will en
deavor to deserve a large share in the future.
DANNER k ZIEGLER.
July 10, 1865. ti
CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED, _
The undersigned most respectfully invite
their old customers end the pdblic genernlly
to call rind see their_Cloodi ut the new prices;
A FULL AND . WELt SELECTED STOCK,
which we. have -concluded to run off at the
lowest wreath - 1e prices. .We intend doing what
wesay; therefore all persons desirous °Making
money in the easiest way (by saving it in their
purchases) Will not fail to give us a call, ap
we ,prcmise , theta they shall not be disap
We are thankful for the past very liberal
patronage we have received, and trust that we
shall merit a continuation of the same; and
woae—as we shall use our best endeavors to
please all who may favor us witiLa call.
star Don't forget the place. ,
DANNER & SXIIELDS,
Fairfield, Adamsbounty, Pa.
N. IL—We are Agents for Miller's Superior
Family Flour, and Johnson's celebrated Blast
ing Powder. [ - Feb. 26, 1866. tf
itailro , . House, .
N EAB, THE DEPOT
HANO ER, YORK CO., PA.
The undersigned • °aid respectfully inform
his numerous friend and the public generally,
that he has leased t• e Hotel in Hanover, near
the Depot, for .. rl kept ily Mr. Jeremiah
Kohler, and will share no effort to conduct it
,in a manner that willgive generfasatisfaction.,
His table will have the best the markets can
afford—his chambers are spacious and com
fortable—and he has laid in for his bar a full
stock of. Choice 'wines and 'lectors. There is
stabling for. horses at tached to the Hotel. It.
will be his constantendeavor to render the
fullest satisfaction t his. guests, making his
house as near a hom to them as possible.--
He asks a share of.t e public patronage, de
termined as be is to deserve a large part of it.
Remember the Railroad House, near the De
pot, Ilauover, Pa. A. P. BAUGHER.
Oct. 2, 1865. tf
OF -ONNBCTIONS.—On and af
ter Monday, November 20th, 1865, Pas-.
ganger Trains - will Nava and arrive at Gettys
m ake connections, as follows:
FIRST RAIN will leave Gettysburg at
7.45 A. M., with passengers for York, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and the North
and West, arriving at Hanover Junction with
out change of cars, at 10.25 A. M., connecting
with the Fast Line South on the Northern Cen
tral Railway, add arriving at Baltimore at
12.30 ndon: Also connecting with Mail Train
from Baltimore north, arriving.in Harrisburg
at 1.20 P. M. Arrive aLGettysbnrg 1.10- P.
M.,, with passengers from Harrisburg, York,
'Baltimore and Washington.
SECOND TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
1.20, P. If, arriving at Hanover Junctidn at
3.15. and connecting with mail train South.
Arrive at Baltimore at 5.30 P. IL Arrive at
Gettysburg at 6.1.5. P. M., with passengers from
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and the North and
West, and also with passengers from Baltimore
and Washington - by the fast line north, which
leaves Baltimore at 12.10 noon.
Pissengers can leave Baltimore in the Mail
Train at 9 A. M., and arrive - in Gettysburg at'
1.10 P. M. Or leave Baltimore in the fast lin&
at 12.10 noon, and arrive in Gettysburg a: 6.15
P. M. But one change of cars by the first
train, - either way, vie : at Hanover Junction.
The fast line on the Northern Central will not
Morin any local stations, except York, Hano
ver Junction and Parkton. Connections cer
tain. B. McCUPY, Prca't.
Nov. 21, 1865
= pooktng Stoves
O F every variety, including the "Noble
Cook, "Royal Cook," "Waverly," tgOrn-.,
amental," "Oriental," dm. Also, Tin-ware,
Sheet-Iron-ware ' Hollow-ware, and every va
riety of Kitchen Furniture—including a varie
ty of "Lanterns. Also, a new and much im.
proved Flour Sifter, for sale by
• C. H. BUEHLER,
Corriere( Carlisle and Railroad eta.,
Feb. 19, 1866. Gettysburg, Ps.
FOR use against MOTHS IN CLOTHING.—
gest. Its advantages,—EfEciency, Econ
omy ; imparts ssraet'oliat td the. clothes, and
sure to last throngli twelve months. Every
Druggist has, it.• HAWS t vs4l'imr,
' alfy t,,2968.. ha Spam
Ai oil-cons & Confections.
Cumberland Coal !
AND, PRICES REDUCED I
Tha Great, Discovery
Rheumatism A; g.
— ca i n be 'nett rwundsinCsrhrHonbic.
MILLER'S CELEBRATED RHEUMATIC MIX
TURE. Many prominent cltisens of this, and
the adjoining counties, have testified to its
great utility. Its success in Rheumatic affec
tions, hag been hitherto unparalleled by any
specific, introduced to the public. Price 50
cents per bottle. For sale by all druggists and
storekeepers. Prepared only by 11. L. 5114LER,
Wholesale and,Retail Druggist, East Berlin,
Adams 'county, Pa., dealer in_Drugs, Chemicals,
Oils, Vihruish, Spirits, Paints, Dye-stuffs, hot
' tled Oils, Essences and Tinctures, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, kc., &e:
' mark. D. Buehler is the Agent in Gettys
burg for " H. L. Miller's Celebrated Rheumatic
Mixture." [June 3, 1861. tf
TEE undersigned, being the authorized person
to make removals into Ever Green Ceme
tery, hopes that such as contemplate the removal
of the remains of deceased relatives or friends
will avail themselves of this season of the year to
have it done. • Removals made with promptness
—terms low, and no efort spared to please.
March 12, '6O. Keeper of the Cemetery.
W. FLEMMING continues the business
of SALE CRYING, and solicits the con
tinued patronage of the public. It is his con
stadt endeavor to give satisfaction. Charges
Moderate. Residence Breckinridge street,
PI S.—He is a licensed Auctioneer, under the
Taxi Law of the United States.
Nov. 24, 1862.
Lancaster Book Bindery. 0
G EORGE WIANT,
,1111 D BLANK BOOK MANCTACITURZR,
Plain and Ornamental Binding, of every de
executed in the moar substantial and
E. Wi Brown, Esq., Farmers Bank of Lancaster
W. L. Pciper, Esq., Lancaster County Bank
Samuel Shock, Esq., Columbia Bank. "
Samuel Wagner, Esq., York Bank.
William Wagner, Esq., York County Bank..
T. D. Carson, Eaq., Bank of Gettysburg,.
Peter Martin, Esq., Proth'y of Lancaster co., Pa
Geo. C. Hawthorn, Eaq., Register "
Geo. Whitson, Esq., Recorder -
April 15, 1861
Schick Still Ahead!
N EW SPRING GOODS I
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
.J. L. SCHICK
would zespekfully city to the citizens of Get
tysburg and vicinity, that ho is now receiving
at his store a splendid
STOCK OF SPRING GOODS.
The stock consists in part of Fancy and
Staple DRY GOODS, of every description.
SILKS, MOZAMBIQUE, CHALLIES, DE
LAINES, BOMBAZINES, ALPACCAS,
of all qualities and choicest styles, which will
be sold at PRICES Ta - DEFY COMPETITION.
of all kinds, including Silk, Linen and Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Stockiags, kc.
Also, a splendid assortment; of RIBBONS,
Laces and Edgings, Umbrellas and Parasols.— -
My stock of WHITE GOODS will be found full
and complete, and customers may rely upon
always getting good goods at the lowest possi
Gentlemen will find it to their advantage tc
call iSini_examinc my stock of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS,
of all qualities - and choicest styles.
April 16, 1866. J. L. SCHICK.
New Goods! Large Stock !
JACOBS k BRO.
have just received from the cities a large stock
01 goods fogifientlemen's wear; embracing &
CLOVIS, CASSIMERSS, VESTINGS;
Cassinets, Jeans, kc., with many other goods
for spring and summer wear.
They are prepared to make up garments at
heohortest notice, and in the very best man
ner. The Fashions are regularly received, and
clothing made in any desired style. They al
ways make neat fits, whilst their sewing issnre
to be substantial. - •
- They ask a continuance of the public's pa
tron'age, resolved by good work and moderate
charges to earn it. ~
Gettysburg, April 7, .7863
Hardware • Groceries. ,
EM subscribers ba e just-returned from
• the cities with an immense supply of
ARDWARE At GROCERIES, which they are
offering at their old stand in Baldirnofe street,
at prices to suit the times. Our stock Consists
in part of • i
CABINET MAKER'S TOOLS,
ALL KINDS OF IRON, Icc.
G—ROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
OILS, PAL TS, ke g to. There is no ankle
included in the several departments mentioned
above but what can be had at this Store.—
Every class of Mechanics can be accommodated
here with tools and findings, acd Housekeepers
, can find every article -in their line.- Give ns a
call, as we are prepared to sell as low for cash
as any house out of the city. -
JOEL 13. DANNER,
DAVID ZIEGLER. cf:
Gettysburg,, May 16, 1864.
- Noah Walker 4 Co.,
185 AND 167 BALTIMORE &RIR;
keep constantly on hand a large and well u
sorted stock of all kinds of goods at moderate
They supply orders for the finest to the
lowest priced articles, either ready made or
made to measure, to any part of the country.
They keep also an extensiva Stock of FURN
ISHING GOODS, embracing ' every article of
Gentlemen's Under-wear. Also, MILITARY
CLOTHS and every variety of Military Trim
mings, as well as an assorted stock of READY
MADE MILITARY GOODS.
Baltimore, Feb. 22, 1864.
nreORT & ZIEGLER, Mechanical Bak
e'rsgouth Washington street, hall square
rom the Eagle Hotel, GETTYSBURG, Pa.—
Constantly on hand, the best °II BREAD,
CRACKERS, CAKES, PRETZELS, &c. Per
sons tvishing fresh Bread will be served every
morning, by leaving their names arid residences
at the Bakery. Every effort made to please
Give us a call! [April 20, '63. tf
Still at Work'! •
rE undersigned continues the .
CARRIAGE-MAKING BUSINESS, ..
in all its branches, at his old stand, in East
NEW WORK made to order, anti'. , .
done.promptly and at lowest prices.
Two first-rate SPRING WAGONS and a
SLEIGH fur sale. JACOB TROXEL.
Dec. 'I, 1863.
JOHN HILBERT'S ESTATE.—Letters tes
tamentary on the estate of John Hilbert,
late of Germany township, Adams casaly, de
ceased, having been granted to the undersigned,
residing in Union township, he hereby gives
notice to , all persons indebted to said estate
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims amilnst the same to present them proper.
ly authenticated for setUemtlot.
April 23, 1866. at* I Executor.
Do You Wish
T 0 preserre a Goon likeness of yourself
your children, or ypur friends? go at
once to larliiiPßEt'S GALGERY, the best plate
the county to secure first class Pictures.
• Picture Frames.
atAZ ca= m
REAT variety of PICTURE FRAMES,
with plain and co glum, far sale
yea Drag sad Variety Stosit,
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPAICY
Izootponarto, MAROS 18, 1881.
President—George Swope. •
Vice President—Samnel ft. Russell.
Secretary—D. A. Bueh u ler.
Treasurer—E. G. Fahniestock.
Executive Committee—;Robert McCurdy An
drew Heintaelman, Jacobi King.
lifaxsoses.—George SWope, D. A. Buehler,
R. licCurdy, H. Elehelbeeger, S. R. Russell, E.
G. Fah nestockt. A. D. Bu bier, R. G. McCreary,
Gettysburg; Jacob Kin , &ratan township;
A. ileintzeiman, Frunkl n; Wm, D. Bitues,
New Oxford; Wm. B. Wilson, Bendersville ;
11. A. Piclaug, Strata:l township ; John Wol
ford, Latimore township; John Picking, East
Berlin ; Abel T. Wright, Bendersville ; Abdiel
F. Gat, New Oxford; Jets. H. Marshall, Ham
iltonian township; Jolla Cunningham, Free
dom township; John Horner, Mountjoy towe
-1 ship; Wm. Ross White, liberty tawnbhip.
IlfirThis Company is! limited in its opera
tions to the county of Adams. It has been in
opeßttion for more' thuro 15 years, and in that
period has made but on* assessment, having
paid losses by fire during that period amount
ing to $13,088-46,769 j 0f which have been
paid during the last. two years. Any person
desiring an Ineuranee cia apply to any of the
above named Managers f r further information.
fa'The Executive Committee meets at the
office of the Compri'', on the last Wednes
day in every month, at 2 o'clock, P. H.
Oct. 16, 1865.. Et
ARB L E
Soot -east Comer of th
more street, nearly op
. Diamond and Balti
.oeite the Star office,
ork 'executed in the
f 418 art.
Every description of
h nea t Style
April 17, 1865: tr
T lIELS OF GRAIN
TED, at the newGrnia
)arlisle street, adjoin-
and Produce House, in
ing Sheads-dc Buehler'
highest market price w
.GRAIN, of all kinds,
I establishment. The
11 always be paid it
OUR,- SEEDS, kc.
or sale, BA the smallest
Always on hand and
holesale and retail.
do our best to give
TRY US I We shall,
satisfaction in all cases!
CURDY & DIEHL
Gattyaburg, May 11,
r r A D-R 7u KER-t slil F :
East. Corner of the Dia
is cohstantly in receipt
Eastern cities. iil9
is one of the largest
well as the cheapest es
in the country. You
PAINTS AND VESTS,
fashlObable styles, and
of all sizes and prices
air; Wool Shirts, M
Shirts and Merino •Sh
Cotton Drawers, litosi
Buck-skin, Merino an
kerchiefs, Neck Ties, C
Collars, Hats, Caps;
brellas, TrunkS, Valic
I S CHEAP CLOTHING
STORE, at the North
1 .. °ad. The subscriber
lof fresh goods from the
i .k 'of
nd most attractive, as
ablishment of the kind
ill there find COATS,
add up in the most
of the best materials,
I for men and boys.—
goods of every descrifi.
slin Shirts, Hickory
rts, Merino, Wool and
• ry of every description
Cotton Gloves, Hand.
avats, Linen and Paper
oots and Shoes. Um
,, Carpet Bags, Clothes
it and Tooth Brushes,
and Dressing Combs,
::, Clocks and Jewelry,
and Violin Strings,
, Stationery of all kinds,
.g and Chewing Tobae.
lity of Segars, In fact,
erything usually found
iqg store. I invite the
end see for themselves,
. sell goods lower than
tin the country. Don't
ner of York street and
and Shoe Brushes, El , !
Slide Blacking, Porke
Ivory Gambit, Watche;
Guns, Pistols, Violin'
Soaps and Pqrfumeriel
Pocket Knives, Smoak'.
co, Pipes, an extra qu!
his - stock embraces e
in a first class funds/
attention of all to corn ,
as I am determined
any other establiahme
forget the place. Co
the Diamond. JA
July 4, 1864.
HATS, CAPS, Bi
I OTS k SHOES. ,
li COBEAN & CO.
opened another splendid
CAPS, BOOTS and
wear, which they, are
prices considering the
. lcs of Summer Hats and
aption and price. li on,
perior make, andF 4
Ts on hand. Work
airing done on short no
r - orkmen. Also,
have just received an.
assortment of HAT .
SHOES, for Summe
selling at very low
times. The latest st
Caps, of every dese
Boots and Shoes, of s
warranted to fit, alw
made to order and rei
lace, by experienced
carried on in all its
log anythitrg in this
jar Don't forget t
burg street, if you
'ranches. Persons want-
Lae would do well to call.
e old stand in Chambers
• nt Bargains.
EAN i CRAWFORD
Jaae 19, 1965
i Pianos !
Plan - -
PIANOS I—The u
fully inform tb
NOS of the fol
those of other melee
dereigned would respect
' bl' that he can furnish
owing manufacturers, or
if desired, at the lowest
HAINES BR i
,GEO. STEC ••
A. H. GAHL
1167 2 •Particniar at!
lection of Pianos;
Lion to the manufact
are guaranteed by me
ption is given to the se
, d-when so selected, in ad
rers' guarantee, the Pianos
INS AND MSLODIANS.
newel:its in these Metre.-
) fully warrant saying they
tto any other make. One
rk of their merit is, that
s. are imitited by otter
§,tyle ' four stop organ, have
Lave Couplet, making it an
ly adapted to Church and
The recent impr
meets are such as t
are FAR SI:WEILL°
of the befit eviden.
makers. The new
a Sub. Bass and Oc.'
will be sent by ma
Pianos tuned regal
1 to persons desiring them.
rly. Pianos taken in ex-
est Market St., York, Pa.
June 12, 1865..
d would most respectfully
blic that he continues the
inform the p
- - -
BLACKSM 'RING BUSINESS,
at his shop, lately hilip Dmrsom's, adjoining
Troxel's paint sh p, in East Midle street,
Gettysburg, where he will at all times be pre
pared to do Black mithing work to Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons, c. That he knows how to
do all jobs of the - ind will not be questioned
by those who La e a knovgedge of hls long
experience at th business. Come on with
your work, and y u will be satisfied when you
bike it away—an for which he will receive
Cash or Country rodnce.
Mar. 20, 1865.
TI ADAII HOLTZWOILTH
Joh W. Tipton,
FASITIONABL BARBER, North-east cor
ner of t he
iamond, (next door to Mc-
Liellan's Hotel,) Gettysburg, Pa. where be
can at all times-b found ready to attend to all
business in his li e. He has also excellent as
sistance and will ensure aatitfaction. Give
him a call.'
I Dec. 3, 1860.-
ATTRACTINq ATTENTION.—The superior
Pictures taken at MUMPEPR'S SKY
LIGHT GALLERY, on West Middle it.,
attracting universal attention. Good judges
pronounce them tuperior to any ever taken in
this place. Call and examine for yourselves.
Jan. 16. 1865.
PURE SILVEII. WARE and
I SILVER PLATED WARE
of the very best quality, a newsagent:gent just
received. Call and secit. J. BEVAN,
.t./ppCsits therßa , Gettysburg.
G OLD, SILVSR, STEEL ad other '
.' I SPR TAOLS-S,
to suit all ages, away, on baud, and fitted to
sight. ; J. BRYAN, •
Opposite the Bank. Gettysburg.
1 -- ADM' Dalin tantsuicis, in great vs
'44 riet.r..ll4 ' SOLLICKIL
A T THE "OLD .13TAND.
DISTABLUIMID pi 1817.]
aye am:related with me, In bunnies, my
son, John P. McCreary, under the firm and
style of D. McCreary k Son, and I desire to
say to my old friends and the public generally
that since the war, the manufacture of Saddles,
Harness, Collars, Arc., has been revived at the
old established and well known stand on Bal
timore street, one square south of the Court
House, Gettysburg, Pa.
Having had an experience of 40 years in
this establishment, I feel assured, that, with
renewed attention to business, we can still
farther merit and receive a full share of pub
lic patronage. DAVID McCRBABY.
With increasedltek Ales for conducting our
business, we are better prepared than ever to
satisfy the wants of all those who Inny'need
anything in oar tine. We especially call the
attention of Farmers ‘ and others to the superior
Plain or Quilted Sea • Side Leathers,
Horn Saddles, , Hames, all kinds, with
Plain or Quilted Sea oewithointfasteniuga
no Horn, Housings,
Plain or Quilted Seat Scotch Collars(leather)l
Side Saddles, " (ticking)
Plain or Fancy Saddle `io Seam Collars,
Cloths,' : est Welt Harness Col
Wagon addles, Lars,
Riding Bridles, of al Patent Leather Collars,
kinds, fair or black stitched or unstitched
• rounded or fiat, • Best Le..ther Wagon
Martingals, • Whips, 4, and 5
Carriage Harness, al feet long,
• styles, silver or blac Plaited Team Whips,
mounted; Trotting Whips,
Heavy Draft Harness, Ladies'ltiding Twigs,
Blind Bridles, Whip Lashes;
Croppers, &c., kc., kc.
In short, everything that pertains to a first
class general' horse furnishing establishment
constantly °ahemd or made to order.promptly,
of the very best material, and by the moat ex
perienced workmen in the country, (two hav
ing worked in this establishment for the last
We are now manufacturi n g an excellent lot
of Heavy Draft and Harness Collars for those
who prefer ottrown to city made work.
Iteptti!ing of all kinds done at short notice
and on reasonable tetras.
All arc eolllhtliy invited to call and examine
for themselves, as oar work cannot Jill to
W 0 'lt It 8,
Feb. 5, 1856. ti
,a. vial. L.
THE GREAT ZINGARI BITTERS.
TAW WONDERFUL A.E.IIEDAr was discov
ered and introduced aboutstwenty years
ago by Dr. S. Cheopsus, in eminent Egyptian
He had long seen and felt the want of some
remedy which would strike at the rcot of dis
ease, and so prevent much of the suffering
which the hqman family was then compelled to
The great questioc was presented to hit
mind'every der in vivid colors as he moved a
mong the sick and dying, and observed the in
efficiency of nearly all the remedies then in
use. Thus he was Teed. to think and experi
ment; and after tea years of study and labor,
ha presented to his' fellow man the wonderful
Zinga,ri Bitters. The elf-et of this pieparation
in the prevention and care of- disease, was so
marvellous !and astonishing, that the most
flattering marks of royal favor were bestowed
upon him who discovered it. His name was
placed'upon the Roll of Nobles, and a gold
medal with the following inscription—Dr. S.
Cheopens, thi Public Benefactor—war pre
sented to him by the Viceroy.
Tho preparation has been used in several
epidemics of cholera, both as a preventive and
curative measure, and with such great success
that it has been introduced into nearly all the
general hospitals of the old World.
- The old saying that an ounce of prevention
is worth a pound of cure, applies with mar,.
vedlous force to cholera, and therefor*. any
remedy that will protect us against this terri
ble disease should be freely and persistently
All pathologists now agree that the cholera
poison action the system throngh , the blood,
and that any combination which acts ',on
the excretory organs, and keeps them in work
ing order, must prevent a sufficient accumu
lation of the poison to exert its terrible effects
on the organism. This is true not only of
Cholera, but of nearly all other maladies, espe
daily the different forms of fevers.
The Zingari Bitters is just such a remedy as
the above Conditions require. It acts on the
organs of,eicretion and secretion, keeping up
a perfect balance between tlins. This Bitters
is composed entirely of roots and herbs, so
nicely concocted that every organ is acted
upon and put in tone. Its taste is pleasant
and 4ts effects prompt and lasting. . '
Numerous eases of the folowing diseases.
have been cured by it: Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Typhoid and Typhus Fever, Fever, Ague, Ner
vous Debility, Anaemia, Female Irregularties,
Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Colic, Scrofula, dm.
Price, one dollar per quart bottle.
Principal Depot at the Walnut street Wharf,
Sold by Druggists, Hotel-keepers k Grocers.
larForsale by Wm, J. Martin, sole Agent
April le, lade: ly
628: - .Hoop Skirts. 028.
HOPKIN'S." OWN MAKE," Manufactured
and Sold, Wholesale and Retail, No. 628
Arch Street, Philadelphia.=the most com
plete assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's HOOP SKIRTS, in this• City ; gotten up
expressly to meet the wears of vinsr-otass
Tamils; embracing the newest and most desira
ble Sqles and Sizes of "Gore Trails," of every
length—from 2/ to 4 yds. round-20 to 56
springs, at $2 to $5 00. Plain Skirts, all
lengths, frcim to 3 yards round the bottom,
at $1 40 tci $3 16.
Our line!of Misses' and Children's SKIRTS,
are proverbially beyond all competition, for
variety of styles and sizes—as well as for finish
and durability ; varying from 8 to 33 inches ,
in length, 6 to 45 Springs at 35 cents to $2 25.
All Skirts :of "OUR OWN MAKE," are War
ranted to give -satisfaction ; but buy none as
such, unites they have, "napkin's Hoop Skirt
Manufactory - --No. 628 Arch Street," Stamped
on each Tebl
Also, ennstantly on hand ; 000 D Slum,
ManufactUred in New York, and the Eastern
States, which we sell at very low Prices. A
lot of cheap Skirts-15 springs, 85 cents ; 20
springs, $ t 00-25 springs, $1 15-30 springs.
$1 25 and-40 springs $l, 50,
`Skirts made to Order and Repaired
SerTaama CASH. Ons Pates OILY I
March 5, 1866. 4m •
WELSH, DELLONE & CO., at Hanover,
Pa„ continue the manufacture of the
different,kinds of CHEWING TOBACCOS, on
a larmscale. Their facilities for mann factor
ing are ainple, and with the choicest Leaf,
and best and most experienced workmen, they
cannot fail to turn out Tobaccos of the most
desirable and popular grades.
Orders from a distance solicited, and prompt
ly attended to. The merchants of Adams
county cannot do better than by buying from
Welsh, Dellone & Co., at Hanover
April 23, 1866.
HILADELPHIA, 1 5 A.—Diseases of the
Urinary and Sexual Systems—new an(l
reliable treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Warning and Instruction,
sent in sealed envelopes, free of charge. Ad
dress Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard
Association, No. 4, South Ninth Street, Phila
delphia, Pa. [Oct..2, 1365. ly
1866. Pkilsdelphill 1866.
HOWELL k BOURKE,
Manufacturers of PAPER HANGLNGS and
Corner FOURTH & MARKET Streets,
N. B. Always in store, a large stock of
-LINEN is OIL SHADES.
March 5, 1866. ins '
NSUItE AGAINST ACCIDENTS in the
I TRAVELLERS INSURANCE COMPANY
Oft HARTFORD. h has poid-uP capital or
bait a million, and a cash itirpino of over . a
bundled tAßnionod, to pot loitioe.
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Ammneu ORE (F COME
Tzi THE OrTY OP NNW YORB,,
U t a highly
. respectable eltiseuTiviell 'known to
the Mercantile community, bj
DR. J. H. SCHEN K,
TIM GREAT LUNG nocroa OF PHILADIMPUIA.
Office N. Y. and Galena -head C0.,1
No. 28 Nassau St., N. Y.,-June 1, '65. f
Dr. J. H. Schenck—Dear Sir:-,For over
fifteen years I have been troubled with a se
vere cough, and usually two or three times a
year with more or less hemorrhage, which to
gether, for thelast few years, has kept me thin
in fleet& and too weak to db business of any
kind without suffering. In August last I had
a very severe hemorrhage, and, according to
thejudgment of a good New York physician, I
was classed as beyond the reach of medicine,
and was adviSed to be prepared, so far as
property matters were concerned, to leave this
*world at short notice. The physicians (and
my good friends) said that the first cold I took
must prove fatal. Early in Jsnuary , I took a
severe cold, and fortunately was occupying
rooms at No. 32 BOND STEEET,-directly over
your office. I think about the 16th of January
I procured a bottle of your Pulmonic 'Syrup
and commenced taking it freely. My feet and
limbs were very much swollen, and all the
symptoms of a speedy death seemed to accom
pany my eeld. I sent for my former physician,
and stated to him that I was taking your medi
eines, and after showing them to him, and
having tasted of them, &c., he replied: "You
can take them if you like, they will do you no
harm." He said: "You know. what I told
you last summer, and I say the same now, if
you have any business to close up, do not put
it off." He said to other friends that he "could
see no hope for me," and my friends and rela
tions concluded my time had come. At Ws
time I was taking freely of your medicine, but
had not seen you. The doctor called a few
times, and found me (much to his surprise, he
said,) improving, and he could not understand
why. My faith was, Increasing in your medi.
eines, and I had a wish to have you examine
My case, and see what you had to say., When
you - first came to my room and made the ex
amination, you gave me but little encourage
+ went, but on the contrary,fxm essed sad doubts
of my ever being helped gut of my then seem
ing difficulties. The second time that you
called, finding me still gaining, you gave me
encouragement, saying, ..my symptoms were
improving ; the Pulttionie Syrup, Sea,weed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills had acted like a
charm." My circulation, my cough, mrappe
tile, all began to improve, and I could walk
about my room a little. You visited me
nearly every Tuesday, and found me improv
ing, and told me not to go out of my room un
til the first day of May. took no cold while
under your treatment, my appetite became
first-rate, and you told me to eat everything I
wished of a nutritious natjure, and to exercise
about the room as much as possible. I foi
-1 lowed your advice, and to the surprise of my
old physician and friends, I seem much better
, than I have been fOr several years, and breathe
I better than I ever expected a person could with
one lung, the left being completely dried up.
I feel very grateful tc you, and consider your
advice and medicines invaluable.
Yours, truly, " T. 6. 811F.LDON.
Dr. Schenck—Dear Sir:—Abont two years
ago I was taken with a'very troublesome cough
amd a pain in my breast; seven or eight menthe
pissed away without my doing anythieg for
myself. Then I applied to a .physician, who
attended me for about three fnonths without
rendering me any service. I also obtained the
advice and treatment of a physician in one of
our hospitals, and also had the advice and
treatment of two other physicians, but all to no
purpose. During this long space of time
was nearly dead; several times my friends
came to see me and witness my exit into the
spirit-world. I was confined to my bed two
mouths at one time. - My breathing yea:ex
ceedingly short. I gave up several times all
hope of getting better; and as regarded getting
well, that was entirely out of the question.—
And to think this day I am well.and hearty l
I wee advised by some - of my friends to try Dr:
Schenck's Medicines. I accordingly bought
bottle after bottle, until I reached the ninth ;
then I found a decided changain my cough
for the better. I suffered severely from palpi
tation of the heart, and two weeks after
commenced taking your medicine this difficul
When I first went to Dr. Schenck's office it
was with•difficulty that I could get up into his
reception room, I was so weak and so swelled ;
my skin was as sallow're though I had the
jaundice; I felt dull, heavy and sleepless. Dr.
Schenck, after examining me, said both my
'lungs 'fire affected, and gave me but little
hope ; but his medicines, in about two weeks,
took right hold of me ; it seemed to go right
through my whole - system. The Pulmonic
Syrup, Sea-weed Touie and Mandrake Pills,
all took right hold in the right place. The ,
Pills brought away great quantities of bile 1
and slime; the Syrup loosened., the matter in
my lungs, which came off very free ; the Sea-
Weed Tonic gave me an appetite, Ind every
thing seemed to taste good. '
To show what great power the medicines
have in Purifying my system,and to snow how
bad I was diseased, beside all the bile that
passed my bowels, and the great quantities of
phlegm and matter I expectorated, I broke
out all over is large boils, that would continue
to gather and run for about six weeks, and I
had at one time over twentj-five boils. I have
nothing of the kind pow, and feel like another
person altogether. I can safely say that I
have not enjoyed such health for five years as
I do now, and cannot praise you and your
medicines enough. May God abundantly
bless and preserve you, is the sincere desire of
one who has been so wonderfully relieved
through your agency; and if any' one desires
to know with regard to the truthfulness of this
report, if they will call upon any of my friends,
or upon me, No. 4 Dryden• Place, near Thump.
eon street, below Cadwalad'er, Philadelphia,
they will be perfectly satisfied with the valid
ity of the case. Yours, with-ranch respect,
MARY SCHWA WT.
The above case, as described, is, perfectly
correct. I know it to be true. Yours,
T. B. MILLER,
Pastor of Hancock IL E.lChurch.
DI. Schenck will be proffiesionttaly at his
principal office, No. 15 North Sikth street,
corner of Commerce, Philadelphia, every Sat
usday, from 9 A. M. non 4 P. M.; No. 32 Bond
street, New York, every Tuesday, from 9 to 3 ;
No. 38 Summer street, Boston, Mass., every
Wednesday, from 9 to 3 ; and every other Fri.
day at 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md.—
All advice free, but for a thorough examina
tion of the lungs with hie Respirometer, the
charge is three dollars.
Price bf the Palmonic Syrup and eaweed
oncT,i each $1 50 per bottle, or $7 50 pefr
half dozen. Mandrake Pills, 25 cents per hex.
For sale by all Draggists and Dealers.
Mar. 12, 1866. lm
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bost'end Railroad Depots, in Philadelphia.—
Manufactory, Gray's Ferry Road, above the
Arsenal, Philad's. Depot, Peysson's Farm,
Gloucester, N. J., Woodbury road.
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