Gettysburg compiler. (Gettysburg, Pa.) 1866-1961, June 04, 1866, Image 4

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"Stoops to Conquer."—We are credibly
'lnformed that Gen. Geary, tho Rump fa-
vorite for, Governer, stops ffer7 man, wo
plan alp child wherever he meets them,
rAndsolloitstheir votes and influence in his
favor. A day or two since ho met one of
pur Intelligent Democratic mechanics,
pnd said, Ei ßilly,of course you will vote for
•You know I am a Democrat as you
J ere l"'" Yes," said our honest friend, "that
may-bo r t?* if so, General, you are in very
bad company, and you must - not expect
much quarter from me i —or man of my
way of thinking."—Harrisburg Patriot.
,111E5' Let every mah who buys a pound
pfaugur, a quart of itmlasscs, a yard of mus
lin, or calico, remember that these articles
might be sold for half the present price if
the disunionists and revolutionists of the
Rump Congress 4 would sustain the Presi
dent in his peaceful and constitutional
pulley. It is the polley of 43teve-ns Or. oo_
to iteep up disunion and revolution; thus
- preventing capital and labor in the sou
from producing these great staples of
northern commerce. ,Johnson's policy
would cause their reproduction and re
duce the price in the North at least fifty
per rcpt: 46, therefore, who-_Austaius
disunhon, not ony..puts money Info his
own pOeket hutluxuries and even articles
pf nevesAity heyou4.l the re.tch of his own
ttpk.The 13 tdicals are 'fleeting uner
puurci cheeks. The "sober second
'thought of the people" is bringing . out
a strong current el feeling against their
_revolutionary schemes. This feeling is
Atrengthening every day, and by ()clot)*
it will be overwhelming. The name of
irlraddeus Steven 4 will soon bu as odious
fr.hroughout the whole country as it wag
In Pennsylvania after the Iluckshot
war." Those who adhere to him will
jtbaro diis odium, aril all of his present
'followers who do not want to sink with
plin had bettcPget out of his. boat at once.
thri war wa% 9 going on and
the Disunion Abolitionists were gathering
fortunes to themselves out of the necessi
ties "Of the Govefument, their cry to the
southern people was—" You shun
,como
Into the. Union!" ' Now, since the cessa
tion of war has stopped the plunder sup
lies their cry. has changed to." You
shalt; t come into the Union !" Ain't they
n nice set of fellows to rule a free and in
telligent people and-make laws for them?
NEW FIRM,
A ? THE OLD STAND. . . %
COTAIILTSIIED to 18171
. s‘ tkeve associated with. me , in business, my
pon, John F. McCreary., und& the firm and
style of D. McCreary & Son,nd I desire to
say to my old Meads and the public generally
'that since the war, the manufacture of Saddles,
parness, Collars, kc., has been revived at the
fild established and well known .stand oli Bal
timore street, one square south of the Court
Foun t Gettysburg, Pa.
Having had 3n experience of 40 years in
Abls establishment, I feel assured, that, with
Finewed attention to, business,
wp can still
rther merit'and receive a full shire of pub
c patronage. - DAVID McCREARY. • •
With impressed facilities for conducting our
pukes', we are better prepared than ever to
patiefy the wants of all those who m:ty need
anything in our line. We especially call the
ttention of Farmers and others to the supeiior
uslity of our
~
kin or Quilted Seat. Side Leathers,
Horn Saddles, flames, all kinds, with
Plain or Quilted Seat or without fastenings
' ne Born, Housings,
rale 'or Quilted Seat Scotch Collars(leather)
Side Saddles, ' " " jacking))
Plain or Tana/ Siddl No Seam Collars,
'Cloths, . Best Welt Harness Col
wagon Saddles, ' lars,
tiding ;Bridles, of Alli Patent Leather Collars,
kinds, fair or black , stitched or nnstitcßed
rounded or ft tt, Best Leather Wagon
Maqingalsl Whips, 4,4 j and 5
Perrhsge Harness, all feet 1 ing,
styles, sliver or blackiPlatted Team Whips,
mounted, T-rotting Whips,
ITeaxy Draft Harness, Ladies' Riding Twigs,'
}into Btidks, Whip Lashes,
lairPH'i Horse Blankets, -
' '
pranners ha.,' he., *c.
,
In short, everything that pertains to a .first
`Flags general horse furnishing establishment
ponstantly on hand or made to order promptly,
pf the very best material, and by the most ex
serieneed workmen in the.country, (two bar.
'ng worked in this establishment for, the last
;play years.)
'We are now metinfitetering an excellent lot
pf Heavy Draft and H.trness Collars for those
who prefer our own to city made work.
ilepairitikof all kinds done at short notice
and on reasonable let ms.
AU are cordially invited to call and examine
rot' themselves, as our work .cannot i it to
recommend itself.
D. IacCREARY & SON
Feb. 5, 1866. tt
VHOLERt
PREVENTIVE!
Z. I SIM L. , .---
MN GREAT ZINGARI BITTERS.
MEIN' WOiIH)IiRFUL REMBDY- was dinar-
Bred and introduced about twenty years
ago by Dr. B. Cheopsus, an eminentAlgyptian
physcian. -
He had ging seen and felt the want of some
remedy which would strike at the root of dis
ease, and so ¢reveut much of the suffering
which the human family Wits then compelled to
1
pedure.
The great gnestior was presented to his
;hid every day in vivid, colors as he moved a..
ong this sick and dying, and observed the in
lefficiedcy of nearly all the remedies then in
Use. Thus he was lead to think' and expert
resent; and after ten years of study and labor,
he presented to his fellow man the -wonderful
Anger' Bitters. The eff ct of this preparation
in the prevention and cure of disease,.was so
marvellous and astonishing, thar 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
R '
did with the following inscription—Dr. S.
iropaus the Public Benefactor—was pre
sented to him by the Viberoy.
• Tho preparation has been used in several
epidemics of cholera. both as a preventive and
eumive measure, and with, such great success
that it has been introduced into nearly all the
tenerat hospitals of the old world.
The old saying that an ounce of prevention
le Wirth • pound of cure, applies with mar
yetlons force to cholera, and therefore any
toady that will protect us against this tern
tile disease should be freely and persistently
All pathologists new agree that the cholera
poison seta on the syitem through the blood,
hod that any combination which acts on
raseexcretory organs, an 1 keeps them in work
s& order, must prevent a su ffi cient accomn
hen of the 'poison to exert its terrible effects
Ipe the organism. This is true not only of
pholera, but of nearly all other maladies, espe
-...ffia l ir li the different forms of fevers.
e Mural Bitten is just such a remedy as
—, Pr above conditions require, It acts on the
- pawn! OT excretion and secretion, keeping up
tiperFeel balance between them. This Bitters
coMposiiil entirely of roots and herbs, so
eelyl concocted that every organ es acted
,Npol4 14'4 . 014 tone. Its taste is pleasant
into Ks effects prompt and lasting.
',Numerous eases of the fo'lowing diseases
Alms bps cured by it; Cholera, Diarrhoea,
' Tsphokt and Typhus Fever, lever, Ague,Ner
t=biliky, Anaemia, Female Dregulartles,
a, Flatilency, 'Colic, Scrothis, lie.
._......Price, one dollar per quart bottle:
Principal Depotst the Walnut etieet if f
Sr
burg, Pg.
&Id by Druggists, Elotel-keepers.t Dreier*
4t - • . DER,
Sole Proprietor.
'Mrder sale .16 , TA!. &Rutin, ir?l e direst
twil
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Bellalek. litill Ahead 1 Adams County' TAKE NOTICE. New Goods! Cheap Goods! * 1
NIWSPRING 0001/81 ' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 'FARMERS AND DEALERS IN FERMI& BE PLACE TO GET THEM
REDUCTION 1.. V PRICEit ; Iscoseonatan, MARCH 18, 1851. r feu will please take notice that we have • • IN HANOVER l
J . L. SCHICK 1 O,IICIERS. adopted the following Trade Nark to protect , e heieby inform the citizens of York and 1
would respectfully say to the citizens of Get- I President—George Swope. ourselves, and prevent those she use our 1 Adams counties, that we have established, at
tysburg and vicinity, that he Is now receiving Vice President—Samuel R. RusselL RAW BONE SUPER PHOSPHATE from being , the southeast corner of Centre Square and
at his store a splendid , Secretory—D. A. Buehler. deceived when purchasing manures. i Baltimore street, HANOVER, formerly wen-
STOCK OF SPRING' GOODS. Treasurer—E. G. FahnestOck. We have been obliged to give this protec- ! pied by -C. E. & T. T. Wirt, a Branch Store,
The stock coniists in partsnt Fancy and Executive Committee—Robert McCurdy An- lion to our customers, in ccnsequence of see- , (the principal business houses being located
Staple DRY GOODS, of every description. drew Ileintzelman, Jacob King. eral ptrues having unlawfully used our die-' in New York and York, Pa.,) where we will
SILKS, MOZAMBIQUE; CHALLIES, DE- Maxaozas.—George Swope, D. A. Buehler, tiactive name, viz: "Raw hone," in offering : keep at all times a regular assortment of 'Dry,
LAINES, BOMBAZINES, ALPAQCAS, R. McCurdy, M. Eichelberger, S. R. Russell, E. their article to the public. This Trade Mark , Domestic and Fancy GOODS, also, a well se-
LAWNS,
CALICOES, \ 0. Fiihnestock, A. D: Buehler, R. G. McCreary, is adopted in addition to the title "Raw Bone,"llected assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, I
of all qualities and choicest styles, which \ will Gettysburg; Jacob King, Straban township; which is our exclusive property, and we can- 1 CASSINETS, COTTINETS and CORDUROYS;
be sold at PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. A. lieintzelman, Franklin ; Wm. D. Mines, . %ion all manufacturers from using it in future. China, Glass and Queens-ware, Ladtes', Misses'
" FURNISHING GOODS ' New Oxford; Wm. B. Wilson, Bendersville ;1 We would state to the trade and consumers, and Children's SHOES; also, a nice and full 1
of all kinds, including Silk, Line& and Cotton, 11. A. Picking, Straban township; John Wol- 1 that they will find it to their interest to see assortment of sill kinds of CARPET, Floor,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Stockings, Arc. I ford - , Latimore township ; John Picking, East that the "Trade Mark" is upon every bag and and Table Oil-cloth. __
Also, a splendid assortment of RIBBONS, ' Heflin i Abel T. Wright, Bendersville -, Abdiel ' barrel they purchase, as none other is genuine. I We have also' established in rooms adjoining
Laces and Edgings, Umbrellas and Parasols.- •IF. Gitt, New Oxford; Jas. H. Marshall, Ham- BAUGH k bONH. . the Central Hotel, a CLOTHING STORE,
My stock of WHITE GOODS will be found full' iltonban township; John Cunninghar, Free-where we will keep constantly on hand a well
and complete, and customers may rely upon dom township; John Horner, Mouotjoy town- ' selected assortment of Ready-made Clothing,
always gettinglood goods at the lowest possl- shit); W6l. i{o c. :
, )sS White, Liberty t3wnship. irliiiiill
-
of the latest styles, and a full assoqment of
ble prices. ' glOrThis mpany is limited in its opera- Gentlemen's F ping Goods, such as Hats,
lion, to the county of Attains. It has been in
Gentlemen will find it to their adiantage te Caps, Boots; , arc., which we will sell at
call and examine my stock of oktatiort for more than 15 years, and in that reduced pri ,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTING% period has made birt,, one assessment, having As our is, and always will be, "quick
of all qualities and choicest-styles. paid losses by fire doting that period amount- sales mad small profits," we hope to receive a
April 18, 1888. J. L. BCFIIOII. -j -, tr to $13,988—56,769 , ,0f which have been share of the patronage of town and coon
paid during the last two' years. Any person BAUGH'S' try. Our connection with tlin large wholesale
desiring an Inihrance can apply to any of the hohses in NeW Toil t City and York, Pa., whcre
above named Managers for further information. RAW BONE' are always storedran extensive stock of goods,
gfe'The -Executive Committee meets at the Sniper Phosphate of Lime, which we sell it wholesale and retail, enables
of of the Company, on the last Wednes- Manufaeured by BAUGH A SONS, ninth supply Air old friends and such of our
day in every month, at 2 o'-clock, P.M. No. 20 Fouth Deiaware Avenue, ' new customers ' as will give us a call, with the
Oct. 16, 1865. U PHILADELPHIA. vary best marketable goods, at ,lower rates
4 --- than can be purchased anywhere in the State.
New Warehouse. ,Call and see for yourselves..
100000 BUSHELS OF GRIN
JOS. LEBACH
WANTED,at the new Grain ' & BRO.
June. 26, 1865. ly ""
and Pro!uee House, iu Carlisle street, adjoin
ing Shcails & Buehler's establishment. The
highest market price will alwaLs be paid`in
Cash for
GRAIN, of all kinds,
FLOUR, SEEDS, Ac.
New Goods! I.darge Stotk t
MBRCHANT TAILORING.
JACOBS k BRO. '
-have just received from the cities a large stock
of goods for Gentlements' wear, embraeng
variety of
' CLOTHS, CASSIMERE4, VESTINGS,
Cassinetr,leans, kc., with many other goods
for spring. and summer wear.
, They are prepared_to make up garments at
the shortest notice, and in the very best man.
ner. The Fashions are regularly received, and
clothing made in auy desired-btyle. They al=
ways make neat whilst their bowing is stirs
to be substantial..
• . ,
They ask a continuance of the publlc'e pa
tronve, rewired by good work antlhuoilerate
charges to e.trn it. .
Gettysburg, April 7, 1862
liardirtire dr 'Groceries.
MIRE subsuibers have just returned from
L . the cities with an 'immense supply of
HARDWARE 1 GROCERIES, which they are
offering at their old stand in Baltimore street,
at prices to suit the times. Our stock consists
iu put of „
.BUILDING MATERIALS, • •
CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS,'
- COACH FINDINGS •
SHOE FINDINGS, -
CABINET MAKER'S TOOLS,
HOUSER PIEPER'S FIXTURES,
ALL KINDS OF IRON, kc.
tSROCERI-ES OF i A,.LL KINDS,
ILS, PAINTS, kn., kc. Timm is no article
ipcluded in the several departntents mentioned
trove but what can be had at \this Store.—
Every class of Mechanies.can be acCommgaritted
here with tools and findings, and Housekeeptrs
can find-every article in their line., Give ns a
Tull, as we are prepared to sell as low for emir
as any house out of the city.
JOEL B. DANNER,
DAVID ZIEGLER.
Gettysburg, May 16, 1804.
The Great Discovery
9F THE AGE.—lntlammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism cart be cured by using H. L.
~LER'S CELEBRATED RHEUMATIC MIX
TURE. Many prominent citizens of this, and.
the adjoining counties,.have testified to its
great utility. Its success In Rheumatic affec
tions, has-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 H. L. MILLER,
Wholesale and Retail ,Draggist, East Berlin,
Adam county, Pa.;dealer in Drugs, Chemicals,
Oils, Varnish, Spirits, Paints, Dye-stuffs, bot
tled Oils, Essences and Tinctures, Viidow
Glass, Perfkmery, Patent Medicines, fie., As.
: D. Buehler is the Agent in Gettys
burg for " H. L. Miller's Celebrated Rheumatic
Mixture." [June 3, 1851. tf
Cenietiry
HE undersigned;being the authorized person
I to make removals into Wer Green Ceme
tery, hopes that such as contemplate the removal
of the remade of deceased relatives or friends
will avail themselvei of this season of theyear to
hare it done: Removals made with promptness
:-"—terms low; and no effort spared to please.
PETRR THORN,
March 12,'60. Keeper of the Cemetery.
Stale Crying.
AW. MR tIING continues the business
~ of SALE CRYING, and solicits the con.
tinned patronage of,the public. It is his con.
stint endeavor to give satisfaction. Charges
moderate. Residence in Breckinralge street,
Gettysburg.
P. S.—He is a licensed Auctioneers-under the
Tax Law of the united States.
Nov. 24, IU2.
Dinemoter Book Bindery.
GEORGE WIANT,
BOOK aINDE.R,
AND SLANE BOOK NANDIPIOTIIIINR,
LANCASTER, PA.
lhain - mtd Ornamental Binding, of every de
scription'
executed hi the most substantial and
approved styles. •
DIEIMBECI
E. W. Brown, Esq., Farmers Bank of Lancaster
W. L. Peiper, Esq., Lancaster County Bank
Samuel Shock, Esq., Columbia Ba
Samuel Wagner, Esq., York Bank.f
William Wagner, Esq., York County Bank,
T. D. Carson., Esq., Bank of Gettysburg.
Peter Martini Esq., Proth'Lof Lancaster co., Pa
.Geo. C. Hawthorn, Esq.,ltegiseer "
Geo. Whitson, Esq.,.Reeorder R - / 41
April 15, 1861
Noah Walker &-
VLOTHIBII S, •
,
1‘). WASFIINGTOX BUILDING,
165 AND 167 BALTIMUIa StIINET,
BALTIMORE,
keep Constantly on hand a large and well 'as
sorted stock of all kinds of goods at moderate
prlces.
e l
They snpp y We're for the finest to the
lowest price articles, either ready made or
made to m are, to any part of the country.
They keep also an extensive stock of FURN,
!SUING GOODS, embracing every article of
Gent! meals Under-sear. Also,'. MILITARY
CLOTR and - every variety of Military Trim
mings, as well as an assorted stock of READY
MADE MILITARY GOODS.
13altimore, Feb. 32, 1864.
New Bakery!
NEWPORT k ZIEGLER, Mechanical Bak
ers, Sonth Washington street, halt Sqnare
from the Eagle Hotel, GETTYSBURG,'Pa..—
Constantly on hand, the best of BREAD,
CRACKERS, clams, PRETZELS, kc.- Per
sons wishing fresh Bread will be served every
morning, by leaving their names and residences
at the Bakbry. Every effort made to please
Give ris a call! [April 20, '63. tt
gap at Work
T HE nodersigned continues the
CARRIAGE-MAKING BUSINESS,
in all its branches, at his old stand, in East
Middle street, Gettysburg.
NEW WORK made to order, and
REPAIRING
done promptly and at,lowest prices.
Two first-rate S,PRING WAGONS and a
SLEIGH for sale. JACOB TROEEL.
Dcc. 7 , 1863.
_ Notice.
TOWN HILBERT'S ESTATE.—Letters tee
d tamentary on the estate of John Hilbert,
late of Germany township, Adams county, de
ceased, having been granted to the undersigned,
residing in Union township, ho hereby gives
notice to all persons indebted to said estate
to make immediate payment, and Chose having
claims against the same to present them proper.
ly authenticated for settlement. ,
JESSEHILBERT,
April 23 1866. dt* Executor.
Do You Wish
MO preserve • 000 D likeness of yhurself
your children, or your friends? go at
once to iIIIISEPER'S GALLERY, the best plane
n the county to secure first class pictures.
'Picture Primes.
44:7EAT rarleinuf . NOVAE FLUES,
IFlth plain and convex glasses, Or waits
, Ws Pre% and Tarinq
• 41,e'P!itle!
Always on hand and for sale, at, the snuffles'.
profits, - • .
G [JANOS, •
SALT, FISH.,
GROCERIES, kr.
Wholesale and retail. ,
TRY US! We shall do our best to give
satisfaction in all cases.
McCURDY k DIEHL
Gettysburg, May 11, MB. ly
Great Attraction
IT BRINKERHOFF'S CHEAP CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING STORE, at the North
list Corner of the Diamond. The subscriber
is constantly in receipt of fresh goods from the
Eastern cities. His stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING
Is one of the largest and most•littractive ' as
well as the cheapest establishment of the kind
in the country. You will there find COATS,
PANTS AND VESTS, made up in the most 1
fashionable Styles, and of - the beet materials,'
of all sizes and , prices, for men and boys.—
Gentlemen's furnishing goods of every descrip
tion, Wool Shirts ) , Muslin Shirts, Hickory
Shirts and Merino Shirts, Merino, Wool and
Cotton Drawers, Hoe ry of every description
Buck-skin, Merino and , otton Gloves, Hand
iterchiefs, Neck Ties, Cray s, Linen and Paper
Collars, Hats, Caps, Boots ud Shoes. Um
brellas, Trunks, Valtces, Carp , Bags, Clothes
and Shoe Brushes, Hair atid .oth Brushes,
Shoe Blacking, Pocket and Dres 'ng Combs,
Ivory Combs, Watches, Clocks an' Jewelry,
Guns, Pistols, Violins and Violin Strings,
Soaps and Perfumeries, Stationery tilt a kinds,
Pocket Knives, Smoking and 'Chewing • ac
co, Pipes, an extra quality of Segars. In ct,
his. stock. embraces everything usually fou
in a first class furnishing store., I invite the
attention of all to come and see fbr themselves, I
as I am determined to sell goods lower than
any other establishment in the country. Don't
forget the pletce. Cornei. of York street and
the Diamond. JACOB BRINKERHOFF„
July 4, 1864. .
Fresh Arrival.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS k - SHOES.
COBEAN CO.
have just received and opened anotheesplendid
assortment of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and
SHOES, for Summer wear, which they are
selling at very low vices considering the
times. The latest styles of Summer Hats and
Caps, of every description and price.
Boots and Shoes, of superior make, and'
warranted t 6 fit, alwayj on hand. Work
made to order and repairing done on short no
tice, by experienced workmein. Also,
HARNESS MAKING,-
.
carried on in all its branches. Persons want
ing anything. in this Idle would do well to mil.
IDon't forget the old stand in Chambers
burg street, if you' want Bargains.
COBEAN &
.CRAWFORD
June 19, 1965
.101milos ! Planog !
PIANOSI—The undersigned would respect
fully inform the public that he can furnish
LA WS of the, following manufacturers, or
those of other make, it desired, at the lowest
possible prices:
CFINKERING & SONS.
DECKER. BROS. 4
HAM ON BROS.
RAIN BROS.
GEO STECK.
A. . GABLE & CO. .
S INWAG & SONS.
ge- articular attention is given to - the se
lectio of Pianos_; and when So selected, in ad
tion o the manufacturers' guarantee, the Pianos
are/paranteed by me.
MASON & HAMLIN
CABINET ORGANS AND MELODIANS
The recent improvements in these instru
ments are snob as to fully warrant saying they
are FAR SUPERIOR to any other make. One
of the best evidences of their merit is, that
their improvements are imittled by other
makers.' The new style, four atop 01.0'11,11are
a Sub. Bass and Octave Couplet, making It an
instrnartut-especially adapted to Church and
Sabbath School purposes.
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS '
will be sent by mail to persons desiring' them.
Piancla tuned regularly. Pianos taken in ex
change. • PETER BENTZ,
No. 30 Nast Market St., York, Ps.
Jane 12, 19535. ly
Blacksantthing.
HE undersigned would most respectfully
T
inform the public that he continues the
, • BLACKSMITIIING BUSINESS,
at his shop, lately Philip Ocersom's, adjoining
Troxel's paint shop, in East Middle street,
Gettysburg, where he will at all times be pre
pared to do Blacksmithing work to Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons, Jtc. That he knows how to
do all jobs of the kind will not be questioned
by those who have a° knowledgeof his long
experience at the business. Come on with
your work, and you will be satisfied when moo
take it away—and for which he will receive
Cash or Country Produce.
-
Mar. 20, 180 . 5. tf
ADAM HOLTZ-WORTH
1846. Philadelphia •-• 1886.
UTALI PAPERS.
•
HOWELL k BOURKE,
Manufacturers of PAPER HANGINGS and
WINDOW SHAD-RS,
Oprner FOURTrI & MARKET Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
N.B. Always in store a large stock of
• LINEN k OIL SHADES.
'Mardi 5,1868..3m •
Sohn W. Tipton,
LIABIEHONARLE BARBER, North-east cor
ner of the Diamond, (next door to Mc-
Clellan's Hotel,) Gettysburg, Pa. where he
can at all times be found ready to attend to all
business in his line. He has also excellent as
sistance and will 'ensure satisfaction. Give
him a call. Dec. 3, 1860.
ATTRACTING ATTENTION.—The superior
Pictures taken at AIUMPER'S SKY
LIGHT GALLERY, on West Middle Et., are
attracting universal attention. Good judges
pronounce them superior to any ever taken in
this place. tall and examine for yourselves.
i Jan. 16 _1865__
P URESILVER WARE and
SILVER PLATED WARE
of the very best quality, a new assortmentjust
received. Call and see it. J. BEVAN,
Opposite the Bank, Gettysburg.
,-
G OLDSILVER, STEEL, and other -
SPECTACLES,
to snit all ages, always on hand, and fitted to
sight. J. BEVAN,
Opposite the Bank, Gettysburg.
'I4"'DIGISS Tital9UNGB l l , ll ..„, great vs
14' - Rwo4Kll4
The great popnlarity..ot our article has been
found sufficient inducement to certain imitators
.to manufacture and advertise "Raw Bone
Phosphates," a name which originated with
us, and is our own ri haul property. We
will state for the juror ation of all, that we
are the exclusive mlnuf cturers of this article
—the original and able ropretors of i,t—hav
-1
ing been manufactured by us for a period of
twelve years. Also tha it is covered by sev
eral letters patent, held only by ourselves.
We are now ready to supply it in large,
quantities—having mide recent additions and
improtenaents. Vessels drawing 11 feet of
water tan load directly Ifrom the wharves of
the works, which are located at the foot of
Morris Street, Delaware River. We call the
attention of DRAM.: qs to this great advantage:
The 4 present indicatior,s are that we shall
bare a greatly increased demand over last'
spring and fall seasons, and we advise Farmers
to send in their .ordirs to their respective
Dealers at an early till,. „Abet all may be sup
plied promptly..s ed orders,
I' .
Soliciting your coign
We remain, , . ~
YOW:il very truly, .
B -I,IJGH & SONS,
No. 20 S. Delaware Avenue,
Feb. 5, 1866: 9m PHILADELPHIA.
M O , AO PHILL PS'
. ,
- - Genuine Improved •
**. Super-Phosphate
- OF
Lime.
STANDARD GUARANTEED
For Sale at Manufacturer's Depots,
27 North Profit Street, Pkilodelphia, Pa.
95 South Street, Baltimore, lid.
Aud bplealers iu general througout the
_Country.
The Material of which
MORO PHMLIPS' PHOSPHATE
is manufactured contains fifty per cent. more
Bone Phosphate. than Raw Bone, t h erefore it.
is more durable. The ammonia present gives
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solutely uneguallq, by any other Reed
Instrument in the country. Designed express
ly for Churches and Schools, they are •tonnd
to be equally well adapted tp the parlor and
•drawing room. For sale only'by
' E. M. BRUCE,
St.,Philadelphia.
'S
' the PERFEOT ME
[Oct. 2, 1865. ly
No 18 North Setent,
V-Also, BRADBUR;
complete. assortment o
LODEON. I
Hanover.
TIME . TABLE.—an a
24th, 1865, passeng.
over Branch, Railroad wi
Railroad.
.d after Fritay, Nov.
r trains on the Han-
II leave as follows :
makes connection
e Northern Central
)'will leave Hanover
1 ltimore, Harrisburg,
FIRST TRAIN, (whie
with three trains on tt
Railway at the Junction,
at 9.00 A. it, for York, B
and intermediate stations
si`This train returns
and arrives of Gettysbur
_ _
SECOND TRAIN leay.
and arrives at the Ju
connecting with the Ma
arrives at Baltimore at 5
this Train for York lay
until 6.12 P. M. ,
•8 Hanover at 2.20 P.
ction at 3.10 P. M„
Train South, which
Passengers letving B
Gettysbarg, and Littles ,1
the Mail Train at 9 A. M
12.10 P. M. JQS :
Dee.AlB, 1865.
828. Hoop S arts. 628.
TyOPKIN'S "OWN AKE," . Manufactured
and Sold, Wholeen e and Retail, No. 628
Arch Street, Philadelp ia.—The most com
plete assortment of Gad' • s', Misies' and Chil
dren's HOOP SKIRTS, i this City; gotten up
expressly to meet the ARTS of FIRST-CLASS
TRADZ ; embracing the n. west and most desira
ble Styles and Sizes of ore Trails," of every
length—from 21 to 4 ds. round-20 to 56
Springs, at $2 to $5 o'. Plain Skirts, all
lengths, from 21 to 3 ya.ds round the bottom,
at $1 40 to $3 16.
• Our line of Misses' an; Children's SKIRTS,
are proverbially beyon. all competition, for
variety of styles and size:—as well as for finish
and durability; varyin from Bto 33 inches
in length, 6 to 45 Spring. at 35 cents to $2 25.
All Skirts of .OflR. OWN MAKE," are War
ranted to give satisfactirn ; but buy none as
such, unless they have, 'Hopkin's Hoop Skirt
Manufactory, No. 628 Arch Street," Stamped
on each Tab I
Also, constantly on !hand, GOOD Satan,
Manufactured in New YOrk, and the Eastern
States, which we sell at very low Prices. A
lot of cheap Skirta-15 aptines, 86 cents; 20
springs, $1 00-25 sprigs, $1 15-30 springs,
$1 25 and 40 springs $ 60.
jar kir Limade to Order and Repaired.
pfirTimits Casa. O h a Pam OXLY I
March 5, 1866. 4m
Chewing Tobaccos!
WELSH, DELLONE k OO., at H anover,
Pa., continue Ore manufacture of the
different kinds of CHEWING TOBACCOS, on
• large scale. Their fa Cities for manufactur
ing are ample, and with the choicest Leaf,
and best and most experienced workmen, they
cannot fail to turd out Tobaccos of the most
desirable and popular grades.
Orders from a distanceriolirited, and prompt
ly, attended to. The 'merchants of Adams
county cannot de better than by buying from
Welsh, Dellone k Co., at Hanover
April 23, 1866.
Howard AOsockition,
V i HILADELPHIA, PA.—Diseases of the
Urinary and Bestial Systems—new and
re able treatment. Alio 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. 2, South Ninth Street, Phila
delphia, Pa. ; [Oct' 2, 1265. ly
INSURK AGAINST; ACCIDENTS In the
TRAVELLERS IN% (TRANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD; It spent-up capital of
half a million, and a - h surplus of over a
hundred thousand, to
A WORD TO TUE PEOPLE OF TOWN AND
COUNTRY.
THE subscriber keeps a Notion and Confec
tionary Store on Carlisle street, nearly
opposite the 'Railroad Station, Gettysburg,
where he has 'constantly on hand, CANDIES,
NUTS, Figs, Raisins, Lemons, Oranges, kc.,
Tobaccos and Segars of .all.kinds ; Pocket-
Books, Suspenders, Neck Ties, Cellars, &c. ;
Soaps and"Pc!rfumeries•, also some GROCE
RIES, Sugars,
Coffees, Rice, with the different
kinds of Cracleers., Ice-cold MEAD at all
times. He invitee custom from town and
country, and sells at small profits.
LE - NIS STROUSE.
Aug. 7, 1865. ly
A LARGE supply of superior •
13,,,LACKSNIITri COAL,
now ou hand at reduced price. This Coal is
superior to all other Coal in the United States
for welding and other blacksmith purposes.
_ _
For ease by P. 11. PYFF,R,
City Coal Yard, Frede,ick city,
June 19, 180. ly*
Carriage-making. Business.
TilE war being over, the undersigned have
resumed the
CARRIAGE-MAKING BUSINESS,
at their old sta.nd, in •E tat Middle street,
GETTYSBURG,
where they are again prepared to pnt up work
in the most fashionable, substantial, and supe
rior manner. A lot of-new, and second-hand
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &C.,
on hand, which they will dispose of at the
lowest prices; and all orders will be supplied
as promptly ant - sittisfactorify as possible.
Sar'REPAIRING
done with dispatch, and at cheapest rates.
A large lot !of new and old HARNESS on
hand for sate. •
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
firt enjoyed by them, they solicit and will en
cleavor to deserve a large share in the futui.e.
DANNER & ZIEULER.
• •
July 10, 1805. tf •
- .
, Money Siied .
I S MONEY MADE.
CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED,
AND PRICES REDUCED!
The undersigned most respectfully invite
their old customers and the public generally
to call and eee!their Goods at, the new prices.
We have
A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
which we have concluded to raft off at the
lowest p - Limbic prices. We intend doing what
we say; therefore all persons desirous of making
money in the easiest way (by saving it in their
purchases) will not fail to give us a call, as
we prcmiae theta they shall not be disap
pointed.
We are"thankful for the past very liberal
patronage we have received, and trust thut we
shall merit a continuation of the same; and
sons—as we shall use our best endeavors to
please all who may favor U 3 'with a call.
mirDon't, forget the place.
DANNER. k SHIELDS,
,Fairfield, Adams county, Pa.
N. B.—We are Agents for Miller's Superior
Family Floui and Johnson's celebrated Blast
ing .I,'orfder. [Feb. 26, 1866. tf
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Railroad House;
N EAR THE DEPOT.
:HANOVER, YORK CO., PA
•
The undersigned would respectfully inform
his numerous friends and the public generally,
that he has leased the Hotel in Hanover, near
the Depot; formerly' kept by Mr. Jeremiah
Kohler, and will spare no effort to conduct it
ins manner that will give general satisfaction.
His table will have the best the markets cam
affordhis chambers are spacious and com
fortable—and be has laid in foe his bar a full
stock of choice wines and liquors. There is
stabling for horses attached to the Hotel. It
will be his constant endeavor to render the
.fullest satisfaction to his guests, making his
house as near a home to •them as possible.—
He asks a share of the public patronage, de
termined as he is to deserve a large part of it.
Remember the ,Railroad House, near, the De
pot, Hanover, Pa. A. P. BAUGHER.,
Oct. 2, 1865. tf
to Hanover at 12 M
ut 1 P. '
'. M. Passengers by
ver at the Junction
timore for Hanover,
wn, will take bithor
or the Fast Line at
PH LEIB, Agent.
CANGE OR CONNBCTIONS.—On and af
ter Monday, November 20th, 1865, Pas-
Amager Trains will leave and arrive at Getty.-
burg, and make connections, as follows:
FIRST TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
7.45 A. IL, 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. If., connecting
with the Fast Line•Houtb on the Northern Cen
tral Railway, and arriving at Baltimore at
12.30 noon. Also connecting with Mail Train
from Raltimore north, arriving in Harrisburg
at 1.20 P. M,-• Arrive at Gittysburg 1.10 P.
M., with passengers from Harrisburg, York,
Baltimore and Washington.
SBCOND TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
1.20, P. IL, arriving at Hanover Junction at
3.15, and condecting with mail train South.
Arrive at Baltimore at 5.30 P. M. Arrive at
Gettysburg at 6.15 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.
Passengers can leave Baltimore in the Mail
Train at 9 A. H., and 'arrive in Gettysburg at
1.10 P. H. Or leave Baltimore in the fast line
at 12.10 noon, and arrive in Gettysburg at 0.15
P. Y. Bat one change of cars by the first
train, either way, viz : at Hanover Junction.
The fast line on the Northern Central will apt
stop at any local stations, except York, Gann.
ver Junction and farkton.. Connections-cer
tain. B. McGiII:MDT, Pres't.
Nov. 27, 1865.
QF every variety, including the "Noble
Cook," "Royal Cook," "Waverly," "Orn
amental," "OrientalX it O. Also, Tin-ware,
Sheet-iron-ware, Hollow-ware, and every va
riety of !Meilen Furniture—including & varie
ty of Lanterns. Also, a new and much Im.
proved Flour Sifter, for sale by
C. H. BUEHLER,
Corner of Carlisle and Railroad sts.,
Feb. le, 1858. Gettysburg, Pa.
P R nee against MOTHS IN CLOTItIIiG.
Best. Its advantages ' —Efficiency, Econ
omy; imparts sweet odor to the clothes, and
cure to last through twelve months. Every
Druggist has ILI (14.PMAN,
'Nay 7, 1866. !kola!!
Noll°4si it Confvetions.
Cumberland Coal:!
Gcttysbnrg Railroad.
Cooking Steve
ANOTIAER GREAT CUBE
I N 111$CITICOF NEW YORK,
11f a hinbly respectable citizen, well known to
- the Mercantile community, by
DR. J, H. troßEprog,
TUC GIVCAT LIM} DOCTOR' Cr PHILADELPHIA.
Office N. Y. and Galena Lead Co., 1:
No. 28 NaSsau St., N. Y., June 1,'66.
.1
Dr. J. H. Schenck—Dear Sir:--For ' over
fifteen years I have been troubled with a se
vere tough, 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 flesh and too weak to do business pf 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,
end was advised to be prepared, so far as
property matters were concerned, to leave this
world at short Lotice. The physician (and
my gOod friends) said that the first cold I took
ranstiprove fatal. Early in January I took a
serene cold, a 8 fortunately was occupying
rooms at No. 32 BOND STItEET, directly over
your office: I think about,:he 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
panymy cold. I sent for my former physician,
and stated to him that I was taking yourmedi
cinee, 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 auy busicess to close up, do not put
it off'," lie said to other friends that he "could
rtam'nio hope for roe," and my friends and rela
tione cc nclu ded - my time had come. At this'
timed 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,) imploring, and he could not understand
'why, My faith was Increasing in your meth
' eine!, and I had a wish to have you examine
my ease, and see what you had to say. When
you first came to my room and made the -.ex
amination, you gave me lint little encouri4e
[pent, but on the contrary, cam essed sad_ doubts
of my ever being helped oBt of my then seem
ing difficulties. The second time that you
-:callidd, finding me still gaining, you gave me
encouragement, saying, "my symptoms were
imptoving ; the Pulmonic Syrup, Sea-weed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills bad acted like a
charm." My circulation, my cough ; my-appe
tite, all began to improve, and I could walk
about my room a little. Yon visited me
nearly every. Tuesday, a,nd found me improv
ing, and told me not to:go out of my room un
til the first day of May. I took no cold while
under your treatment, my appetite became
first-Irate, and yoh told me to eat everything I
wished of a nutritious nature, and to exercise
about the room as mach as possible. I fol
lows your advice, arid to the surprise of my.
old hysician and friends, I seem much better
than I have been for several years, knd breathe
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. S. SHELDON.
.
Dt. Schencli—Dear Sir:—About two years.
ago I was taken with a very troublesome cough
end a pain in my breast; seven or eight months
passed away without my doing anything for
myself. Then I applied to a physician, who
attended me for about three months without
renderine me any service. I also obtained the
ativiee 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
purpbse. During this long space Of time I
was I nearly dead; several times my friends
came to see me and witness my exit into the
spirit-irorld. I was confined to my bed two
moo hs at one time. My breathing was ex
ceed ngly short. I gave up several times all
'hope of getting better ; and as regarded getting
well,', that was entirely out of the question.—
Arid to think this day I am well and hearty I—.
I was advised by some of my friends to' try Dr.
Schenck's Medicines. I . accordingly bou glut
bottle after bottle, until I reached the ninth ;
then II found a decided change in my couch
for the better. I suffered severelygrom palpi
tation of the heart, and two weeks after I
commenced taking yuur medicine this difficul
-ly ceased. _ .
,
. - -
• When I first went to Dr. Schenek's office it
was With difficulty that I could get up into his
reception room, I was so weak and so swelled ;
my skil l was as sallow as though I had , the
jaundidlE; I felt dull, heavy and sleepless. Dr.
Schenck, after examining me, saki both my
lungS were affected, and gave me but little
hope ; but ,is medicines, in about two weeks,
took right hold of me; it seemed to go.right
through my whole system. The Pulmonic
Syrup, Sea-weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills,
all took right bold -in the right place. The
Pills brought away great quantities , of bile
and slime; the Syrup loosened the matter In
my luitgs, whieb came off very free ; the Sta-
Weed Tonic gave me an appetite, and every
thing seemed to taste good.
To show what great pbwer the medicines
have in purifying my system, and to show how
bad I was diaeased, beside all the bile that
passed my bowels, and the great quantities of
phlegm. and matter I expectorated, I broke
out all over in large boils, that would continue
to gather and ruu for about six weeks, and I
had at one time over twenty•five boils, , I have
nothing of the kind now, 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 von and your
medibines enough. May God abundantly
bless' and preserve . yon, is the sincere desire of
rusir:Wh,o 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 willcall upon any of my friends,
or upon me, No. 4 Dryden Place, near Thomp.
son street, below Cadwalader,
they Will be perfectly satisfied with the valid
ity of the case. Yours, with much respect,
MARY SCHNAIDT.
The above case, as described, is perfectly
correct. I know it to. be true. Yours,
T. B. MILLER,
Pastor of Hancock N. K. Church.
.1:1r. Schenck will be profeulonally at his
principal office, No. 15 North Sixth street,
corner of,Commetee, Philadelphia, every Sat-
Eppley, from 9 A. M. until 4 P. 11.; No. 32 Bond
street.; New York, every Tuesday, from 9 to 3 ;
NQ ; 38 Sumner street, Bolton, 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 his Itespirometer, the
charge is three dollars.
Price of the Pu!mord° Syrup and Seaweed
oncT,i each $ 60 per bottle , or -$7 60 per
half dozen. M tndrake Pills, 25 cents per bcx.
For sale by all Druggists end Dealers.
Mar. 12, 1866. 1m
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' Dec. 11, 1865. ly
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• ' PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE. ;94
Mgr For sale by A. D. Buehler, Getia o. burg,
and Country Dealers generally. uy . thi
May 7, 1866. 6m
Pondrette I
(SIXTEEN YEARS PAIR TRIAL I)
A PEYSSON, PHILADELPHIA.—POUR.
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RETIT, $2O OC per ton, taken from the
Factory loose, or 50 cents per bushel,- anti
$26 00 per ton in bags, delivered at. Steam
boat and Railroad Depots, in Philadelphia.—
Manufactory, Gray's Ferry Road, above the
Arsenal, Philad'a. Depot, Peyason's Farm,
Gloucester, N.J., Woodbury road.
Office—Library Street, No. 420, beck of the
New Post Office, Philadelphia. Dealers,
FRENCH, RICHARDS it 00.,
Fourth k Callowhill Sta., Philadelphia.
March 5, 1865. 3m
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