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1113.1111111atulloyd Garrison ,•; Lek*
sl3Alt, President son is a traitor a , d I
plight to be impraelied. A brief extract
Newa speed} of Garrist's dellrera in.
New y o p f a few years alo, will make
inaiiifest his eminent ele.int sit in
judgment on the loyalty of the 44yeu
411.vii or et' anybody *else ; N '
"No actor tam do we regard with mo -
rouseleutious approval, or higherosatitt
(adieu', unite du we submit more eon l
,dently to the tribunal of heaven, and the
verdict of -mankind, tlnui when, several
years ago, on the Fourth of July r in the
roehee of a great assembly, we commit
d to the fraes the Coustitution'ig the
Liked States !" • .
More it ineartmcnk —ln view of the fact
that the Alrolitionists in Congrcss have
reed ! iropo some eighty odd am m
the Constitution, a facetious fellow in
Kentucky offers the annexed amend
ments for an:consideration oftha Cousti
1. Every freedthan shall have a'lafreau
for himself, with .a looking glass on the
i tyli of kit helikes.
L Every freedman shall have a secre
Every. freed boy or girl shall have a
4. Every freed child shall have every
thin i t les for.
,0 hi .-' people, whether free or not,
mus ielv ve tlteruselVes.
O. Ali people of every color, except red,
r Ft)..A colony of Maine eni kfrants, n u m
ingabout - 120, will kail for Jain the
ut Jopp Ulm Holy ',mid, about
the m dle of July next. They will take
put iamb and building materials, numi
431re, agrieu ural Implement -4 Srie,, to start
ith. Their nv home is situated in the
fuldiit of orange ' , rove lemon groves,
pottlegrAnatogrove , fig tiees,gTape vines,
llatilrees, and ahno4 every description of
Priental fruit, and shale trees.
11%.Th0 elitor.of the Salt. I,•ilco Tel
pgr4nll says '_that 0 , 1 aelys Brigham
`young raised last year 7,50 busliek of
peaches, 400 bushtls,applus, 22 hu.Aliels of
Ittrowherrie:‘, 3 bushels or pears, 2.3 pounds
of eberries, of grapes, and
gooseberries, raspberries and currants in
Reduction in Prim;
In contequence of the reeeul oat decline
to gold and silver. and all the materiods as ed
fa the manufacture Of trlft goods, and 412 an ti
pipation of a still further iodine, we - hate re
paced our prices to aglow a point; as they can
W/TR GOLD AT PAR,
Ito that no one need hesitate to boy ft waten
pow fromtbe expectatiosthnt it will be cheap
er at some future time. The test of ten yeari .
/ and roarit i tpwttlre and sale of,
-WAIN THAN 200,009 WATOIIES,
have given our productions the cry highest
rank among time-keepers: Commenei nig with
phe determination to make oulyl'thoniuglily
plea/lent watches, our business has steadily
Increased as the public became meg uainted
witis their value, until for months together, we
have.beea unable t 9 stiffly the demand. We
pare repeatedlyenlarged our fActory buildings
until theynow cover over three acres of gt ound
!tad give accommodation to more Ihan eight
, We are fully justified in stating tint we now
innke MORE THAN - ONEJIALF OF ALL TRE
WATMS SOLD INTITE UNITE() STATES.
The diljerent grti.des are 4istingniihed hS7 the
totiowlng trade nrirks engraved on the plate
, 17 . u . American Watch Co:," Waltham, Mass
2. "Appletdo, Tracy,l C 0.," " "
* "P. S. Bartlett,V ' II /I
- 15. ODE LAMES' WATCH of iirit quality'
Is named "*leton, Tracy & Co." Walthath,
Wass,' N, '
1 1. Oar, next qnality of Ladies' Watch is
named "P. S. trtrtlett,"Waltbam,Mass. The se
watches Aro furnished it ft,great variety of el-
Fes raid styles of
The Ametican Watch C0.,0f Waltham, Mass.,
.authorise us to state that f .wahoht: \Hatt action
of trade marks or price,
:410L THE PRODUCTS &P TYTEIR
fo be the best time-keepers of their class ever.
made in this or any other country. fluyers .
!should remember that unlike the guarantee of
a foreign Maker who -can never he retie/red,
hie warrantee is good at all times against the
f.tompanror their agents, and that if after the
most thorough. trial, any watch should probe
defective in ins) , particular, it may always be
exchanged for another. As the American
'Watches. mode at Waltham, "are for sale by
'dealers generally throughout the country, wo
de ndt solicit oraers for single watches.
041:1TIQN.--Tho public are cautiOnedlo buy
only Of respoptatile dealers. All persons nil-
lag counterfeits tt ill be proseeu tei.
. EIOBBINS itIAPPLET ON,
Agents for tho 4nteritatn Watch Cam?any,
182 - Broadway, IV. T .
May 21, 1906. lm
Viimberland , Coal t -
A LARGE supply of superior • -
- BLACK-„SMITII COAL, ,
fa ol bawl Ilt reduced - price. This Coal is
uperior in'all 'other Coal in the United States
or woldidg and other blacksmith purposes.
Per sale by , P. H. PYFER,
City Coal Yard, - Frederick city, Md.
AM ill, 1865. ly!
THE war being over, the undersigned have
-. CARRIAGE-MAKING BUSINESS, 1
at their ofdatand, in gist Middle street, , '
GETTYSBURG, . .
here-they are sigain prepared to put up work,
the most fashionable, substantial, and supe
'ol4nief, 4 lot of new and seeond-hand
CARRIAGE'S, BUGGIES, 10.,
On baud' which they will dismiss of at the
r a west prices.; and all orders will be supplied
~ -tramway and satisfactorily as possible, 1
done with dispatch, and at cheapest rates. ..
• 4 lirgalot of new-and old HARNESS be
Pa 'd for sale.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
;re enjoyed by them, they solicit and will en
estrOr,to deserve klarge share in the fntnre.
DANNER it ZIEGLER.
Idly lO N ,I/305. tt
B. ITN- variety, At the Yard of
C. H. BETHLFR.,`
2 tb.l9. Qtr. Carlisle and Railroad ids
Okiat and eee the most t r autifal assort,
meat eniew JRWRI. 4 ItY, &met!
fres*,.. p i ns ; par" Drbfe,
;filter Rings, Uockets, Chains, ao.,
Pt BEVAN'S; ' ' •
PPPoritit ttle Bank, Geltvatms.
MOB MOB AGAINST ACCIDENTS in the
TRAVELLERS INSURANCE COIIVANY
. JLARTYORD. i s Rrettiinals, are lotr, and
4 ; 4 1 44 4 P. ' " m i. • -
Y'3 A;ce sior Skylight aallerp is Abe
place to . .fio it poi wish 'Pictures at lo'y
I. Sattsfastion go ireeteed.
HOTINER'S yon can get mite
IJUVlllehlf!, Dye Stt47, Patent
10111111 - Alietkit
N . SPRING GOODS!
REptiCi/O.V IN PRIM!
J. c HICK
would respectfully say to the citizens of Get
tysburg and viciuitf, that lid is now receiving
at bie store a splendid -
STOCK OF SPRING GOODS
Gentlemen will find it to their advantage tc
call and examine my Atock of
CLOTHS, CASSIA ERF.S and VESTINGS,
of all qualities and choicest etylea.
April te, 1866. .1. L. SOITICK
New Goods.: Large Stock iN
JACOBS k BRO.
have Just `received from the cities a large stock
al goods for Gentlemen's 'wear, embracing a
vatieliy of .
CLOVIS, CASSIMEILES,. VESTINGS,
Cassinets, Jeans, Ac., with many other goods
fcir spring, and summer wear.
They are prepared to make up garments at
the shortest notice, and in the very best man
ner.lhe Fashions are regularly received, and
clothintnade in\ any desired style. They nl
svnys make neat Tits, whilst their sewing is sure
to be sulAtantial:
They ask a continuance of the public's pa
tronage,Tesolved by good, work'and moderate
charges to earn it. :
Gettysburg, April 7, 1862 .
Ilardware at Groceries.
TE subseriliers hare' returned from
the cities with an immense ,supply of
HARDWARE & GROCERIES, which they are
offering, at their old stand in Baltimore stevet,
At prices to suitthe times. Our stock consists
in pri!t. of,
_ BLAOK'SMITIRS TOOLS,
SHOE FINDINGS, '
' .-CAIIINET• MAKER'S TOOLS,
~ .I.IUUSEXEOER'S FIXTURES,
ALL KINDS OF IRON, &c.
GROCERIES OF A.L.I. KINDS,
OILS, PAINTS, &c., ket. There is no seticle
included in the several departments mentioned
above but what can be had .at this Store.—
Every class of Met/hanks' can benecolunloditted
here with tools and findings, rtr_d Housekeepers,
can find every article in their line. Give tie tc
cell, as NVI2 , are prep i red to sell as low for cash
assay house out of the city. , -
' - ' JOhl. B. DANNER,
DAVID ZIEGLER. '
dettystrnrg, May 10, 1861.
- !T i .
- 1 The Great tliseavery
F THE AGE.—luflainnuttory and Chronic
4Rheumatism can be cured by using 11. L.
MI ;LER."I4 CELEBRATED RHEUMATIC MIX-
I.E. Many prominent citizens of this, and
th adjoining,,counties, have testified to its
grtiat utility. Its success is Rheumatic affec
tions, has been hithertn unparalleled by any
specific, iniroduced to 'the public. Price 50
cents per-bottle. For sale by all druggists and
storekeepers. Prepared only by 11. L. MILLER,
Wholesale and ILitail Druggist, East Berlin,
Adams - county, Pa., dealer in Drugs, Chemicals,
Oils, Varkish,- Spirits, Paints, Dye-stuffs, bot
tled Oils, Essences and Tinctures, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Ptitedt Medicines, &c., ke..
pgif‘A. D. Buehler is the Agent in Gettys
burg for "11. L. Miller's Celebrated Rheumatic
Mixture." [June 3, 1861. tf
TllEundereigned,being,the authorized . person
to make removals into Elver Green Ceme
lees', hopes that such as contemplate the removal
of the remains of decenaed relatives or friends
I avail themselves of this season of the year to
lave it lone. Removals glade with promptness
—terms low, and, no effOrt-sparea to please.
March 12;'60. Keeper of-the Cemetery.
A w. FLEMMING ,continues the , business
of SALE CRVING, and solicits the con
tinued'patronage of the public. It halls con
stant endeavor to give -satisfaction. Chirges
moderate. Residence in Bieckinridge street,
P.' S.—He is a licensed Auctioneer, under the
-Tax Law of the United States.
Nov. 24, 1 RG2:
rtFORGE VbrLOTT; - - I>
BOOK V I N.D g It,
,AND GLA NS BOOK mkNUFACTURiII,
" . I LANC/.STER, PA.
Plain and Ornammta? Bending, of every de
- riPtion, ext , cuted in, the most substantial and
ap oved sales. -
E. W. Brown, Esq., Farmers Bank of Lancaster
W. L. Peiper, Esq., Lancaster County Bank
Sambel bock, Esq., Columbia Bank.
Sam el Vagner, Esq., York Bank:
William Wagner, Esq., York County Bank. ,
T. D Carson, Esq., Bank ,of Gettysburg. -
Petezlfartin, Esq., Proth'y ofLancaster co., Pa
Geo„, C. Hawthorn, Esq. Register " it
Geo.lYpiitson, Esq., Itacarder- - It
' Noah Walker t Co.,
' WASHINGTON BUILDING,
165 AND 167 BALTIxonn Steal;
keep coiistantly on hand a large and well as
sorted stock of all kinds of goods at moderate
prices. . .
- Th ey , supply orders for the finest to the
loweat priced articlesl either ready made or
madf to measure, to any part of the country.
They keep also an extensive stock of FURN
rsHINg GOODS, embracing every article of
Gentle n's Under-wear. Als6,, MILITARY
CLOTHS and every varietx of Military Trim
mings,.aa well A an assorted stock'ot READY
MADE MILITARY GOODS.
Baltimore, Feb. 22, 1464.
NEWPORT & ZIEGLER, Mechanical Bak
ers, South Washington street, half aquare
from the Eagle Hotel, GETTYSBURG, Pa.—
Constantly on hand, , the best of BREAD,
CRACKERS, CAKES, PRETZELS, &c. Per
sons wishing fresh Bread will be served every
morning, by leaving their names and residences
at the Bakery. Every. effort made to please
give us a call I [April 30,'63, tf
Stiff at Mirk I
T" undersigned continues the
in all its branches, at his old- stand, in East
Middle street, Gettysbnrg.
NEW WORK mado to order, and '
done promptly and at lowest prices.
Two first-rate SPRING WAGONS end a
SLEIGH for sale. JACOB TROXEL.
I Dec. 7, 1863.
'JOHN HILBERT'S ESTATE—Letters tes
ej 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, he hereby gives
notice .to all persons indebted to said estate
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same to present them proper
ly authenticated for settlement.
4pril 23, 1866._ 6t* ,
DO You Wish
T O preserve a Goon likeness of yourself
t i nt
u r 73,
tonce h friends? est go
o lace at
u the coituty to sec:yr4 - fire4 class pictures.;
, 4118.4 T variety, of PlCTtilit - Equips,
tittik-plain and ll:murex forimae
at evievirDriag and 'Variety Store.
. /Use 24. 1865 . , 4
N I ~, ':' - A s da t ii irir t(iit i
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"Art.I,,,TITAI, Fiels-,INSURANCECOMPANT.K THR OLD STAN/J).
1 ‘"Ne011P011/11iLtacts 18, 1851. - [BITABLISHID 111 . 1517.11
, -Orric . \ --.....„.: I ve associated with, me, in business, my'
Presideat=.oeorge Swope., '., ' son, 'John F. McCreary, , under the firm and I
vice President—Samuel R. 1455011. - ` style of D. IftCreary L. Son, sad I desire to
Secretary—p. i:...Buehler. `-. . . : ; say to my old friends and the public generally
Treasurer-E. G. Pahnestock. „ ` that since the war,t he manufacture of Saddles,
Executilietommittseobert McCrady Ac.. _ Harness, Collars, ac., has been revived at the
drew Heintielman, Jacob king. N . , old established and well Lion n stand on ttl;
' MANAGSMIL--George Swupe,,D. A. Boehlei, tirnore street, one square south of the Court
R. McCurdy, M. Eichelberger, S. lit:Bassell, Is. ‘ House, Getittsburg, Pa.
G.Fahnestock - , A. D. Buehler, R. 041eCreury, I .11aving . bad an- experience of 40 years in
Gettysburg; Jacob King, Strnban township; • thie , establishment, I feel assured, that, with
A. Ileintzelman, Franklin; Wm. D. Bimes, I renewed.attentiod to bitsitiess' ' „we can still
New Oxford; Wm. B. 'Wilson Bendersvltte; further merit and receive a full share of pub-
If. A. Picki.ig, Strata° townsitip ; John %VAP .
i tic patronagen DAVID Mc:CI:EARS%
ford, Laimore township; John Picking, East N „, —,
Berlin ; Abel I'. Wright, Bendersville; Abdiel With incrense ‘ d- , Berlin for conducting - our
F. Girt. New Oxford ;•Jas. IL Marshall, Bum- i business, we are 'better prepared, than ever to
iltonban township; John Cunningham, Free- I satisfy the wants of a those who may need
dam township; John, Horner, Mountjoy town- , anything ils.our line. especially yell the
ship; Win. Ross White, Liberty t3wuship. , attention of Farmers and of ra to the .ttperiur
kr This Company is limited in its'upera-I
quality of our
In `..„ - 1
sto the county of Adams. It has been in Plain ur Quilted 'Sea Side Leal!
4tion fur more than l 5 yearscand in that Horn Saddles, I. a mass , a ll
has made 4,ut one assessment, having' Plain or Quilted Seat I , ..eir vrithoutfa
by fire during that period amount- no Horn, doh-sings,
08—58,109 of which have been Plain or Quilted Seat 'cotelt•Cullars(leat
last tam years. Any tierson Side Saddles, - ” '., (ticking )
nee can apply to any of the Plain ur Fancy Saddle No Seam Collars,
for further information. Cloths, est Welt Harepss Col
'ommittee meets at the Wagon Saddles, a, ''•-
•• the fait Wednes- Riding Bridles, of all Pate Leather Collars,
ick r 1',51. . kinds, fair or black, stitch or unstitched,
rounded or flat, Best Le.. er • Wagon
Marting,als, Whips, 4,'.44 anti 5
.. . .
log to $l3, a.
paid during t
desiring en !lila nv..
above named Munn:,
isirThe Executive • 6t,
effee of the Company, •
day in every month, at 3 o'c t.
Oct. 16, 18CS. tt
and Produce House, in 'arlisle tart
ing Sheads & Buehler's stablishi
highest market price will a aye be paid is
• GRAIN, of all kinds,
FLOUR, SEEWS, At'e.
Always on hand sad for sale, at the Su
GUANOS, - ' N"\.
' SALT, FISIT,
- Wholesale awl
TRY US! We shall do our -best to give
satisfaction in all cases.
McCURDY & DipL.
Gettysburg, May 11,1863. ly
ATI3EIN/MUM FF'S CH EA P I CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING STORE, at th North
East Corner of the Diamond. The sub erlber
is constantlyin receipt of fresh goods f ors the
Eastern cities. His‘stock of I _
is one of the largest and most attractive, as
well as the cheapest establishment of the kind
in the country. Yon will there
. find COATS,
PANTS AND VESTS, made up in the Most
fashionable styles, and of the best materials,
,of all sizes and prices; for men and boys.—
Gentleneen'afurnishinx goods of every,descrip-
tion, Wool Shirts,"Muslin Shirts, Hickory
Shirts and Merino Shirts, Merino, Wool and
Cotton Drawers, Hosieiyof every description
Buck-skin, Merino and Cotton Gloves, Hand
kerohiefs, Neck Ties, Cravats, Linen and Paper
Collars, Hats, Caps,Boots and Shoes'. Um
brellas, Trunisjitlices, Carpet Bags, Clothes
and Shoe Brushes, uir and Tooth Brushes,
Shoe Blacking, Pocket.and Dressing Combs,
Ivory Combs, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Guns, Pistols, Violins and Violin Strings,
Soaps and Perfumeries, Stationery of idl kinds,
Pocket Knives; Smoking and Chewing Tobac
co, Pipes, an extra quality of Segars. In fact,
'his stock - embraces, everything usually found
in a first class furnishing store. I invite the
attention of all to come and see for themselves,
as I am determined to sell goods lower than
any other establishment in the country. Don't
forget the place. Corner of York street and
the Diamond. JACOB BRINKBRHOFF.
July 4, 1814.
- R ATS, CAPS, BOUTS & SHOES.
COBEAN & CO.
have just received and opened another splendid
assortment of FIATS, CAPS, BOOTS glad
SHOES, for Summer wear, which ; l imy are
selling at very low' prices considering the
times. The latest styles of Summer Hats and
Caps, of every description and price.
Boots and Shoes, of superior make, and
warranted to fir, alwa;s on hand. Work
made to order and repairing done on short no
tice, try experienced workmen. Also,
caeried on in all its branchei Persons want
ingthing in this line would do well to call.
s Don't forget the old stand in (Bromberg
burg street, if you want Bargains.
COBEAN & CRAWFORD
June 19, ISCS
]VIANOS I—The undersigned would reqpect
" fully inform the public that he can furnish
P NOS of the following manufacturers, or
those of other ma!e, it desired, at the lowest
CHICKERING it SONS.
s GEO. STECK.
A. H. GABLE &CO.
STEIN WAG it SONS.
ta'Particular attention is given to the se
lection of Pianos; and when so selected, in ad
tion to the manufacturers' grutrantee,the Pianos
are guaranteed by me.
MASON. k HAMLIN
CABINET ORGANS-AND MELODIANS.
The recent improvements in these instru
ments vie inch arto fully warrant saying they
are FAR SUP RIOR to any other make. One
of the best evidences of their merit is, that
their irnprovements are imitated by other
makers. The new style, twir stop orOn, have
a Stib.Bass and Octave Couplet, making it an
instrument especially adapted to Church and
Sabbath School purposes.
I DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS
will; be !tent by mail to persons desiring them.
Pianos tuned regularly. Pianos taken in ex
change. PETER BENTZ,
No. 30 East Market St., York, Pa.
June 12, 1805. ly
MEMundersigned woUld most respectfnlly
inform the public that he continues the
at his shop, lately Philip Duirsom's, adjoining
Tinsel's paint shop, in East Middle street,
Gettysburg, where ha will at all times be pre
pared to do Blacksmithing work to Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons, &c. That he knows how to
do all jobs of the kind will not be questioned
by those who have a knowledge of his long
experience at the business. - Come on with
your work, and you will be satisfied when you
take it away—and for which he will receive
Cash.or Countiy Produce.
- ADAM 110LTZWORT3
Mar. 20, 1865. tf ,
4866. Philiaclillira 1806.
w ALL PAPERS.
HOWELL & BOURKE,
Manufacturers of PAPER HANGINGS and
Corner FOURTA & MARKET Streets,
N. B. Always in atom, a large stock of .
LINEN & OIL SHADES
March 5,1860. 3m
John W. Tipton,
FASHIGNABLE BARBER, North-easi Cor
ner of ttie Diamond, (next door to Mc-
Pellan's Hotel,) Gettysburg, Pa. where he
can at all times be found ready to attend to all
busines's in his line. The has also excellent as
sistance and will 'inure satisfaction:, Give
him a call. Dec. 3, 1860.
A TTRACTING ATTtil'lON.—The superior
Pictures taken at MIIMPER'S SKY
LIGHT GALLERY, on West Middle It., are
attracting universal attention. Good judges
pronounce them superior to any ever taken in
this place. Call and examine for yourselves,
Jan. 16. 1865. - •
3ITILN SILVER WARE and
stursa PLATED *ARE
o the very best <panty, a new assortment just.
received. Call and see it. J. BEVAN,
. Opposite the Bank, Gettysburg.
GOLD, SILVER, STEEL, and other._
' B . P.BOTACLES,
to i* all.
age alwayncu hand, and fitted to
sight. ' . J. BEVAN,
Opposite the Bank. Gettysburg.'.
LADIIII3' Eintillil TIOliouRGS ' In great vs. i
, . ri,kfils• ' - ` - .60111Ur . '4, I
Carriage (farness, sill
styles, silver or black
Heavy Draft I:farness )
MI .M T O , N
^ LY M D E
CASH SYSTEH ADOPTED,
AND PRICES REDUCED!
The undersigned most respectfully invit
their; old customers and he public generally
to call and see their Good at the aorpricee.
A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
Which we have concluded to run off at the
lowest'p3sstble prices. live intend doing what
we say; therefore all pers ns desirous of making
money in the easiest way (by saving it in their
purchases) will not fait to give us a 'call, as
we premise them they shall not be disap
We are thankful for' the past very liberal
patronage we have received t and trust that wo
shall merit a continuation of the same; and
stoas—as we shall use our best endeavors to
please all who may favor us with a call.
frireDun't forget tbe 1 )1oce.
DA-NNEE & SHIELDS,
-Fairfield,,, Adams county, Pa
N. B.—We are Agents for Miller's Suporior
Family Flour, and Juhnson's•celebrated Bla,t
ing Powder. [Feb.26 3 186 d. ti
New Goods at Grimes's.,
TAMES A. (.RIMES, in York. street. Get
a tysburg, has just regeived a large lot of
new GROCERIES,'/kc., which, having bought
for cash, at the latest reduced prices, he is
prepared to offer cheap r than they have been
sold here for several years. His assortment
is very full, embracing the most choice articles
in his line,lo‘prdve whir he asks his old cus
tomers and the public generally to call and
examine for themselves. His
COFFEES, TEAS, SUGARS, • . ,
FRUITS, NUTS, CONFECTIONS,
'TOBACCOS, SEILIRS, kc., ic.,
he is certain will please all who may try theta,
and be therefore asks inurchasers, fl em town
and country, to give them a trial before buy. ,
big elsewhere. lie is idetermined not to be
undersold by nny other establisLynent.
Nis large stock of .
` FANCY AIRTIC . LES
is kept full by constantaddition's, and every
thing in that line can at all times be hid good
and cheap. Indeed; he flatters himself that
his Store, containing as it does so Lirge a va
riety of Goods, ali new knd in the best condi
tion, cannot but he looke.l upon as among the
most attractive in town.' By attending closely
to business, and selling' at small profits, he is
doing a handsome business, and will grim.° nd
effort to increase it by giving satisfaction in
all cases. [March 19, 18i93.
Great Redaction of Prices
A T THE
CORNER OF DIAMOND AND CRAMBERSBURR STREET.
JOAN 11 4SWAN,
Having just returned from the city, respect
fully informs his customers, and , the public,
that ho has succeeded in forming a connection
with one of the first Importing Houses in the
city of lhatinaore, by which he is enabled to
offer Groceries at a hexer figure than they
can be purchased elsewhere in the county.—
He is prepared to sell
COFFEE 25 cents per lb.
SUGAR., ' 10 "
SYRUP, ilknn 40 " to $1.20, \
and all other things at, corresponding rates.
IP you would save money, call at the Cheap
Grocery,corner of Diamond and Chambersburg
street. He sells exclusively
.for Cash, and is
determined to be ahead Of all others in selling
cheap. Give him a call before purchasing
elsewhere. JOHN M. SWAN.
Barron's Safety. Lamps, '
LIG-RO-INE (Red) FLUID,
THIS Lamp apparently burns without airy
thing to feed it. It has, however, a ma
terial which absorbs the, liquid and gives it to
the flame, partly from the wick, and partly in
the form of gas, but so as to prOdoce perfect
combustion, and is very economical and safe.
It es used without a chimney, and perfectly
trimmed, does not smoke or smell ; it is there
fore especially adapted to the purposes of a
"ran ab ant," night, nurse, shop or hotel lamp,
or lantern. The cost of broken chimneys,
alone, wi:l more than pay the cost of this lamp.
Every family needs one or more.
"It is just what I have been long looking
for," writes a model houle-keeper.
"I should hardly ltraw how to do without
it," writes another..
"A perfect contrivance," writes a ttird.
"Let those who are skeptical try it," writes
For sale by JOHN H. SWAN,
Cor. of Diamond and Cbambersburg st,
war-The - Lig-ro-ine Fluid also for sale at
the same place. Diaz. 12, 1866.
CULP k F , A.RNSLIAW'S LINE.
RAPING purchased the Warehouse and
Cars heretofore owned by Samuel Herbst,
the undersigned take pleasure in announcing=
to the public that they will run a
LINE OF FREIGHT CARS
from Gettys burg to Ball ignore every week. They
are prepared to convey Freight either way, in
r any quantity. They will attend, i f desired, to the
making of purchases in the city. and deliver.
ing the goods promptly at Gettysburg. Their
, cars run to the Warehouse of STEVEN
SON k SONS,IBS North Howard street, (near
Franklin,) Baltimore, where freight will be
received at any time. They invite the attentiote
of the public to their line, assuring them tbat
they will spare no effortto acconamqate ajl
who may patronize them.
Having purchased the buildings anti lot on '
the Northeast corner of Railroad and North
Washington streets, Gettysburg, their Depot
will remain there. Any person having busi
ness in the forwarding llne are respectfully in
vited to call. CULP & EABNEfLAW.
Aug. 7,1805. ¢ ;
m i . l i ß o L n; l: , : l;l ll n4g Eß , B lid ß,VT.Eit: B : o 'o r r e. ule
IOQUAL to, any in the market and superior
. KA to many, in larger bottles, and at old
Wholesale agents for Baltimore,
LIST.—LeMOR, Orange:, Vanilla, Rose, Peach,
Notmeg, Celery, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger,
Birch, Cinnanrmn, A rple, Mulberry, Pine Ap
ple, Banana, Mice, Raspberry, Pear, Pepper,
Parsley, Strawberry, Bitter Almond, and Sa
vory spices. '
The great difficulty heretofore experienced
in procuring true Flavoring Extracts, has in
duced the proprietor to spare no pains or ex
pense in giving to the piblic an article which
will be found true to its name, and which will
in no instance be a source of disappointment.
It will be observed that our extract of Lem
011'40 Orange is a prepared_ extract from the
!W.-which:any one tri,y,be convinced a by
merely smelling them. • .
The pace of Vanilla Beana,too, bas caused
,ore uselesS , ,Extract of Vanilla to be manu
factured and sold than any otter essenne ;
being either madetrom TOLIk t Beans, or some
other fictitious compound: In our Extract we
WILL GD.,ARANTES - A PURE ARTICLE!
Made iron:LA° true Beau, vithont sny fOreign
BE yde s , : Nsocp.,,,T, PLEASANT AND
EFFICIE.I REMEDY IN USE —A REM
EDY' 4'SEVYTOT IN T3ELF.-2170 Caerer 011 to be
Taken.—ln this PI arntion we have included
such remedies only have been tried for
years and lire known to possess powerful
anthelmintie \Tirtties, co bine3 - with' mild
aperients, pleasaikt aromatic 'and Sugar. An
thelmint:cs of themselves cane perform their
peculiatifonetions Or.„ have the, •sired effeCt,
unless theNhowels are kept mgder. ely.open.
To produce this, gentle Purgatives a neces
sary and such imly ought te\bc used tb can
not interfere with he anthelatlntic emploYcd.
' The advantages tve\claim for this' Syrup itt:„
let. Its power of DESTROYING' ,AND EX
Plaited Team Whips,
2d. Its mild aperient effect upon,the bowels.
3d. Its pleasant taste and \ odor are advan
tages possessed or.claimed by ten- few Vertu
4th. Its harmless influence, dpon the systeM,
cougrequently no injurious effects will result
Irons its use should the patient have no Worms,,
but an apparent disease,, arising from same
other 'unknown cause, which is frequently the ,
• e constituents of, this Syrup and its effects
are k own to.maisy Physicians, who are now
using it •11 their phtctice to a large extent.
Price 2 cents a bottle. ,
j The,G re est 'Liniment in Use.
\BELL'S Will OlL !—The Blandest, Ctean
est, mot Pens ling and most L'eriOnocal
Lottinesit in Use.—A. wetful Olcaginus Com
pouriti\for the Speedyte c ,;7 of Rheumatism,
Strain. , , \ Spraine, Wound Nunibness of the
Limbs, Fro ‘ stt Feet And Hands, Spavin, Sad
dle Glls, 11-Evil, Ring r•
Swellings of al • and in
ease for which ten Embrocation
either in Mantor Beast.
I tle.—This:preparatMo, which is
' us, will be found to be one of
at,the same time one of\the nu
i hlaving been employed `et
since its introduction and tee i
its remedial properties, we rent
the utmost confidence, knowir
will be disappointed in its us,
name implies, a white liniment
tency of cream, containing no(
I Litt, on the contrary, will bi
pleasant than otherwise.
OR CONDITION POWDERS
FOR HORSES, C,41.TT 1
25 cents v, paper, or fir f pal
The blunt , Are sale of these I
the short period they have h
public, is a sallicirnt guarante
popularity, tifd the decided b
fro.n their use.
They , are confidently recotnini
as a Preventive, but as a_com
all diseases incident to . the, 110
HOG, as loss of Appetite, Ct
Yellow Water, Distemper, Glati
,By their use,the Hom's Appl
ed, all derangernents of the di
corrected, softening the skin,
the Coat a sleek and shining ap!
may be used with Periect safety at all times,
as it contains no ingredients which can'injure
a horse, whether sick or well.
They cleanse the breathing apparatus by
ejecting from the air cells coagulated muter,
or that fotmation which so severely clogs
them, causing a tiehtnesti in brca'hing. and by
their peculiar action on that part, they cause
the mucus membrane to resume its natural
dimensions, thus equalizing the circulation of
the blood and restoring the distended vessel's
to their natural size.
For fattening cattle they ire-invaluable,
also possesbing peculiar properties in increas
ing the (pact ity of milk in't;ows, thereby gir.
ing them nn importance .and value , `which
should place them within the itands of all in
All diseases to which the Hog is subject, as
Coughs, Ulcers in the Liiuga and Liver, nod es
a general pwriar of the blood .we guarantee
;heir effiratiy if once fairly tried. -
ger .Sold at Gettysbur¢• by A. D. Buehler ;
Apothetary.,and by Druggists and Storekeep
ers generally. Ask fur 'dell's Preparations.
Prepared exclusively by W. D. Bell, Apothe
cary, (Graduate of the Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy,) -West Washington St., Hagers
town, Md. [Oct. 16, 186.5.
, • '
Flour t Feed! and Groceries!
A T THE CHEAP STOTtE ON THE HILL.
Ifyincwish to buy any of the above arti
cles cheaper and better than you can get them
anywhere else.go to the Grocery Store of the
undersigned on the Hilli in Baltimore street,
whiere customers can always be accommoda
ted, and where all are invited to call and see
for themselves: The public will always find
a full and choice assortment of
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, TOBACCOS. CIGARS, SNUFFS,
FISH, BACON, L& RD, CHEESE, CRAC
KERS,I3UTTER, W.GGS, &c.
GLASS-WARE, CROCKERY-WARE., NO
tIONS, COAL OWL AMPS, FISH
OIL, AND FLOUR AND FEED,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WANTED. —Plonr, Corn, Oats, Batter, Eggs,
Bacon, and . Potatoes, forwhich the highest
market price 'will be paid, either in trade or
cash. • •
`Being determined to conduct my busi
ness in a fair and honorable way, and to sell
cheap, I invite all to give me a call:
Have removed their establishment to the
west side of Baltimore street, a few doors
above the Court-house, and nearly opposite
the Post office,_ whet o they will continue busi
ness•on a larger scale than ever.
always to be had in their season, with Sweet
and irish9otatoes, Apples, Bans, ilomony, Ace.
Also, HAMS, SHOULDERS, AND SIDE'S,
Mackerel and liming, Butter and Lard,
Cheese, with all other articles in this line.
Also, Raisins, Almonds, and a general Assort
ment of,Confections. Smoking and Cbewicg
Tobaccos, Segars, Pipes, and a great variety
They ask calls, convinced that they can al
ways sell as cheap as the cheapest. As they
run ,cars to the city regularly, their opp‘ortu
nities for keeping up their stock are unusually
good, and the public can rely upon getting
everything fresh and nice.
STRICKHOU.3IOI k WISOTZKEY.
April 9, 1866. tf
OF every variety, including the "Noble
C00k, 4 "Royal Cook," "Waverly," "Orn
amental," Se. -Also, Tin-ware,
Sheet.iron=ware, hollow-ware, and every va
riety of Kitebnifornitute-oelndrng a varie.
iy of Lanterns. Also, it new and much ho.
proved Flour Sifter, forsale'by ! '
C. H. BUEIII,ICR,
Corner of Carlisle and Railroad ate.,
Feb. 19, 1866. - Gettysburg, Fs.
April p, 1866. tf
t)YSTERS AND FISH
Rom ad Cattle Mors.
••••• - This preparation,
long and favorably
known, will tilos
• °uglily reinvigorate
- broken-down and
and cleansing the
stomach and Into.
.01• ‘ tines,
It Ls a sore pre.
_ 'entire of all Ms
cows incident to
LOSS OF APE
TITS AND VIT.+
ENERGY, be. 1
goo improves ti
a smooth at
transforms t h
In all &stapes of Swine, much as Coughs, Ulcer* In
the Lung; Liver, -;!47 ,5 `.f ....-'-`-: '
he., this article ' , .i.; , - :,. ...'-
acts as a apeC.lnC. „, , ~,, t
By putties from . e;:. '-?: v. -.-- -e .. . .
one-half a piper - -, -. i ..,..e . ,: - -=. -
to a paper in a ••• '
barrel of swill the. ----,--. , I Mat
J aboVe diseases 4.- ._...- 'I . r -
' will be eradimieed '''-'-• e---_" ' =- , ...i, • ----
or entirety prevented. If • given in time, a certain
' preventive and cure for the }tog Cholera
Prise 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for $l.
• ' WIIDLINALE DEM AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, M 4.
autoirttraiy_hr,,Tglv.3 sral Storekeeper! through,
Foi Sole by A:H. 'Buehler, Gettysburg •
Builifierrl s Wheeling, Va.; C. C.
'gender Sz Co., Pthshurl,i Juhus,m,. Holloway
Die. 11, 18 , .:5. ly
CLIO \ LEIt.f. • 'IMEIALITTIVE I
•r. •. • \ .
S. - IMO. L.
TILEGEA ZINGARI BITIVRB.
Tili, WON DEFUL REMEDY was discov
ered and 'intrpduced about twenty ypars
age by Di% S. Cheopiiu, an enilueut Egypt n
lie had long seen and '(elt the want of some
on'of the po.son to exert its tel rilMe effects
do the organism. This i 3 true' not only of
arbolera, but fif nearly nil other rnithulies, espe
tiaNy the diGrent forms of fevers.
The Zin4ari Bitters is just such n remedy as
tie above eondiaotas iirvire. It aeta on the
r,;ans of excretion and secretion, keepitic up
perfect butane , . between them. This Bitters
i composed entirely of roots and herbs, :so
icely concocted th it every organ i acted
upon and put in tone. Ito taste is pleasant
and its effects prompt and lasting.
Numerous eases of ; the fdlowing diseases.
,icebeen cured by it: Cholera, Diarrhoea,
yphoid aud Typhus Fever, Fever, Ague, Natr
ona Debility, Anaetuia., Female Irregular . ties,
yspepsia, Flatulency, Colic, Scrofula, &c.
Price, one dollar per quart bottle.
1 Princip4l Depot ht the Wittnut street 'Wharf':
Sold by Druggists, lintel-keepers 51, - Grocers.
F. ItATIIER LL _
.ro'' k Proprietor.
,fgir For sale by Wm. Martin, sole Agent
April 10; 180 G: ly
, • -
023 . _
TH g $23
UNION BUSISESS COLLEGE,
HANDEL and HAYDEN HALL,
.1 ' EIGIITII AND 'SPRING GARDEN STRESTR,
THOMAS MAY l'El RCE, 'A. M.,
1 President and Consulting Accountant.
Extraordinary ludneenftents I
NOVEL it PERMANENT ARRANGEMENT OF
i BUSINESS COLLEGE TERMS,
FROM APRIL 1 TO OCTOBER I, 1866,
AND SUCCEEDING YEARS.
TAPE SCHOLARSHIPS, including Bookkeep•
ing, Business Correspondence, Forms acCus
toms, Commercial 'Arithmetic, Business Pen
, , mauship, Detecting Counterfeit Money, and
Commercial Law, TWENTY-FIVE DOL
SCHOLARSHIPS, including the same subjects
as above. TIME LIMITED TO THREE MONTHS,
TWENTY DOLLARS. .
1 EN3IAN,SHIP. Three Months , — ... . • $7
Penmanship and,Arithmetic, three dionthsslo
The saying of coal and gas in the summer
months is an advantage of such importance as
epables the - management of this College to
Make a considerable reduction in the.summer
Faux °Trona 1,186 C, to APRIL 1, 1867,
And succeeding yea's, as before. '
Life Scholarship • $3
Scholarships, 3 months $25
Penmanship, 3 months $lO
Penmanship and Arithmetic, 3 months... $l2
Special Terms for Clubs, Soldiers, awd for the
Sons of Ministers and Teachers.
DAY AND EVENING INSTRUCTION FOR
130TH SEXES AND ALL AGES,
In Banking, Storekeeping, Bookkeeping, Pen-
Manship, Pen Drawing, Phonography, Arith
'Tiede, Mensuration, Algebra, Geometry, Ana
lytical Geometry, The caiculus, navigation,
Sin wing, iingineering, Ganging, Mining, Me
chanical Drawing, Commercial Law, German,
Telegraphing, ink the English Branches, at
Endorsed by the public as the most success
ful Business College of the country, as is evi
denced by the fact, that
FOUR HUNDRED it" TWO STUDENTS
Principals of Deportment , :
THOMAS MAY PEIRCE, A. M.,
GEO. B. SNYDER, R. S. BA REES,
C. N. FARE, Jr., J. T. REYNOLDS,
HENRY KELM, A.R. ROGERSON, A. If., C. E.
Supported by an able Corps of Assistants.
Call or and for a Catalogue, College Currency,
wad Peirce's Practical Educator.
OFFICE-531 NORTH El GRTEI ST., PHIL
APELPHIA, THOMAS It. PEIRCE.
April 23, 1866. 3m e
XANSIZIRE AGAINST , ACCIDSNTS in the ori
ninal TRAVRIALERS INSURANCE CO .
AN OF HARTFORD. It is the oldest, lar
gest, and safeit accidenhiesniatice conlpany in
the eatintrps . .
:on is invaluable.
rove the quality
f the milk. It has
ietti proven by th
ud experiment to
acrease the gaga
kV of milk and
tam' twenty per
tt apd make the
ttterf firm and
reet. In fattening
:tie, it gives them
. appetite, loosens'
ieir hide, and
ikes them thrive
have entered in the
I N Tns CITY OF NEW, Y 911,14 • - -
Ufa highly respectable citizen, well known to
the Mercantile community, h ci T
DR. J. If. 8C II F.; N K ,
Tin QUAT LUNG IMMIX OF FUILADIILFWA.
Office N. Y. and Galena Lead Co., 1
No. 28 Nassau St., N. Y., June 1,'86. J
Dr. J. H. Schenck—Dear Sir:—For over
fifteen years I have been troubled with a sae
vere cough, and usually two or three times' is
year with:more or less hemorrhage, which to
gether, for the last few years, has kept me this
in flesh and too weak to do business of any
kind without suffering. In August last I had
a very severe ibemorrbage, 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 shoat notice: The physician (sad
my good friends) said that the first cord I took
must prove fatal. Early In J , .ne.try I took a
severe cold, and fortunately was occupying
rooms at No. 32 BOND STREET, 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 feel and
limbs - were very much swollen, and all the,
1 symptoms of a speedy death seemed to accom
pany my cold. ' I sent for my former physician,_,
sod stated to him that I 'was taking your medis'•
cines, and after showing there to him, and
having tasted of them, Am., he replied: "You '"
can take them if you like, they will do 'you 0
harm." Ile said:. "You know what ".
you last summer, and I say the same I,'
you bare any business to 4lose up, do not put
it off." lie said to other friends that he "could
see no hope for roe," and my frieuds and :eta
lions ccncluded my time had come. At this.
time I was taking freely or your medicine, but
had not seen you. The doctor called . % few
times, and found Me (mach to his surprise, ho
said,) imp: oving,' and he could not understand
why, My faith was',inereasing in your medi
cines, and I had a wish to have yuu examito
my case, and see what you had to say, ,When
you first came to 4 room anti made the ex- ,
amination, you gave me but little encourage
ment, buton the contrary,expi exited sad doubts
of my ever being helped out of my then seem
ing difficulties. ' The SeCol;id time that you
called-, finding me still gaining, you gave me
encourageuient, saying, “my symptoms were
improving ; the Pulmonic Syrup, Sea-weed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills but acted like a
charm." My' circulation, my cough, my Appe
tite, all began to iinproet, and I could walk
about my room a little. You visited me .
nearly ' r every Thesday, and found me improi"-
Ing, and told tete
. 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-rate, and you told me to eat everything I
wished of S. nutritious nature, and to exercise
about the'roonf as much as possible. I fol
lowed your agvice,, and to the surprise of my,
old physitdan and.
,friends, I seem much better'
than 1 have been for several years, and bre.,the
j better than lever expected &person could with
done lung, the left berm; coutpletely dried, up. '
feel very grattful to you, and consider your
''' - ice and medicines invaluable.
\ \ Yours, truly,
lir. Sehenek—Deer Sir:—About two years
ago I witi taken with a very troublesome cough
and n pain in, my breast; seven or eight Months
'issed away without my doing anything,
myself. Then I applied to a physician, Wh
attended me for about three months without
rendering me any service. I also Oralued the
advice and treatment of a physician in' ono of
our hospittis, and itko had the advice 'pl
~.rtment of two other physicians, but all to - no
purpose. During this long apace of time I
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
months dt, one time. My breathing was ex
ceedingly eltort. I gave up several times all
hope of getting better; and as regarded getting
well, that WM lentirely out of the question.—
Ami to think this day I ani wall and hearty
Man advised by slime of my friends,t6 try Dr.
Schenck's Med i c i ne k I according ly bought
bottle after bottle, until I reached the ninth ;
then I found a tlecided, change in my cough
fur the better. ' rmilfered , ,severoly
Tittion of the heart, and'4wo weeks after I
commem.ed taking your rnedicine‘thla difficul
tyceased. - •
When I first went to Dr. Sell'enck's office it
was with difficulty that (could g 4 up into his ,
reception room, I woo so weak audio lsveiled ;
my ekin was as sallow as though film] the
jaundice; I felt dull, henvy-and sleepltss. Dr.
• ' ' )mtlt hiy
.d, .sire of
ono who has been so wonderfully relieved
through your agency; and if any one .lesirea
to know with regard to the truthfulness of this
report, if they will call upon any of my hiends,
or upon me, No. 4 Dryden Place, near Tbomp..
son street, below CadwaladeN Phibtdelplda, , ,
they will be perfectly satisfied with the valid
ity of the case. Yours, with much respect
111 A -BY SOLNA lIYI'.
The above case, ae described, is , perfectly
correct. I know it to be tree. Yours,
_ Pastor of Hancock IL B. (Amok.
Dr. Schenck will be professionally at his
principal office, Na. 15 North Sixth street,
corner of Commerce, Philadelphia, every Sat
urday-, from 9 A. M. until 4 P.M.? No, 32 Bond
street, New York, every Tuerday,.from 9 to 4 4,
No. 38 Summer street, Boston, Mass., every
Wednesday ! from 9 to 3 ; arid every other Fri
day at 108 Baltimore street; Baltimore, !dd.—
All advice free, but fora thrrough examina
tion of the lunge with his Respirometer, ths
charge is three dollars.
Price of the Pirtmonic Syrup and Seaweed
onbT,i each $1 59 per bottle, or $7 50 per
half dozen.' Mandrake Pills, 25 cents per Licx.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.
Mar. 12, 1866. lm
ORANGE OF CONNIX,rioNg,.....on "d
ter Monday, November 20th, 1565, Pas
; turner Train. will leave and arrive at Gettys
burg, and make connections, as follows:
PlltO'T TRAIN wilt leave Gettysburg at
7.45 A. 3f., with paisengers for York, Harris.
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and the North
land West, arriving at Hanover Junction with
out change of care,
at 10.25 A. 11., connecting
with the Fast Line South on the Northern Cen
tral Railway, and arriving at Baltimore at
12.3 . 0 'noon. Also connecting with Mail Train
from Baltimore north, arr.bing in Harrisburg
at 1.20 P. M. Arrive at Gettysburg 1.1(1 P.
11., with passengers from Harrisburg, York,
Baltimore and Washington.
SECOND TRAIN will' leave Gettysburg itt
1.20, P. U., arriving at Hanover Junction at
3.15, and connecting with mail train South.
Arrive at Baltimore at 5.30 P. M. Arrive at
Gettysburg at 6.15 P. Id., with passengers from
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and the North And
West, and also with passengers from Baltimore
and Waettington,by the fast line north, which
leaves Baltimore at 12.10 noon.
Peasengere can leave Baltimore in the 101
Train at 9 A. M., and arrive in Gettysburgett
1.10 P. 11. Or leave Baltimore in the fast line
at 12.10 noon, and arrive in Gettysburg a:_6.15
P. Itf. But one change of cars by the first
train, either way, viz : at Hanover Junction.
The fast line on the Northern Central wilt not
stop at any local stations,
except York, o
ver Junction and earkton. Connections -
thin. IIeC,I7BDY, Pres'
Nov. 27, 1865,
1866 o u r , ; ,:o . u a ry ii r , ( i s a ttamd tt l i :_sa . ds,ll I
rotated -b ib: . BL, l 44tNal: • 4 °
lv th t
, and I