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The following denunciation of the ex-
travagance of the Republican Congress
pow in woolen at Washington, is from a
;eliding iiepublican journal wbose editor- '
in.;chief boldinself a member. Says alo
New YeritTimee of Wednesday week ;
Representative Hale is not a day or an
hour too early with his resolutions in fa.'
Nfor of retrenehtuen t, for to all the nation's
history there is no parallel to the prodl
gent,' which dirtingyither the present
Cougress. Qur Representatives forget or
ignore the great feet thatmwe have a war
,debt of (here thousand millions of dullurs,l
end that war claims will add at least'
i stiother thouiand millioos. Our enormous
revenue Instead of teeing husbanded for
its legitimate use, is scattered right and f
left, in lavish and improvident, if not!
tprofligate eppropriations. This waste of
reasure drawn from the people to pay the
national debt, cannot and must not be j
tolerated. Taxation, in all the forms that
.Congreastonal ingenuity can invent, Is '
upon us. l Nees tares qre to be aggravated
by the present Covrarl. The people have
paid cheerfully, and *ill continue to pay I
Anti! evidence 9f the Congressional lip
providence and abuse comes home to I
them. Then look out for Congressional t
Any person who has paid attention to
the preceedings of this Congress will per
geive the justice of the Times' ream:lE3.-
71m Radicals who are "running the ma-1
ichine" seem to anticipate the speedy
downfall of the ir po vrer, and to be looking
Around for objects upon which to squan
der the public treasure. Their design is
to strip the - country of its available re
nounces and beggar the treasury ; so that
* crash may occur soon after they are
deiven from - power. This trash, thus
produced by their own reckless extrava
gance, they would then charge upon their"
p deems:go In office.
ser Th o Louisville Journal says that
no doubt the Radical members of Congress
would, like tO reinalo at Washingtml to
annoy and embarrass and obstruct the
President, but they will not consent. to do
pven that to the detriment of their dear
pockets ; The pocket IS the most sensi
tive part of their physical systems. It Is
their nervous centre.
let - The Boston Journal says the hay
prop, an Important matter for New Eng
land, Korhises to be good and the yield
pf fruit will be millions of dollars in ad
ranee of last ,year.
it. 7 BRINKERHOFF'S CHEAP CLOTHING
ANC) gUittil.lllfArSTHßE, at ttre,North
sat - Corner of the ItA mend. The subscriber
is constantly in Teceipt of fresh goods falba the
.sitersi cities. His stock of .
11 one of the largest and most attractive ' as
well as the cheapest establishment of the kind
n the country. You will there find COATS,
S:lfTri AND VESTS, made up in the" most
fashionable styles, and of the beet materials,
pf all sizes and prices, for mon and boys.—
Pentlemen's furnishing goods of every descrip
pen, Wool Shirts, Moslin Shirts, Hickory
Shir,ta and Merino Shirts, Merino, Wool and
putton Drawers, Hosiery of every description
ituck.skin, Merino and Cotton Gloves, Hand
kerchiefs, Neck Ties, Cravats, Linen and Paper
Dollars, Hats, Caps, Roots and Shoes. Um.
brellas, Trunks, Valices, Carpet Sags, Clothes
end Shoe Brushes, Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Shot Bkoking, Pock.st acid Dressing Combs,
Ivory Combs, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
DOM Pistils, Violins and Violin Strings,
poaps and Perfumeries, Stationery of all kinds,
Pa':ket 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 p 401181/mein in'the country. Don't
forget the place. Corner of York street and
j.lie Diamond. JACOB BRINKERHOFF.
Jkily 4, 1864.
100.000WA:PTEU at the ewGraio
and Prodnee /louse, in Carlisle street, adjoin
jng Sheads k Buehler'. establisbmfint. The
bigkest market price will always be paid in
GRAIN, of all kinds,_
FLOUR, SEEDS, ke.
Always on bind ant for sale, at the manes!
GROCERIES, kr., '
(- Whole's!. and retnii.
JAY US t We Anti' do. our beet to girt
setistisotlon In sit cmes.
IicOTTRDIt & DIEHL.
'Gettysburg, May 11, /863. t ly
A WORD 70 THE PEOPLE OF TOWN AND
WHlR:subscriber keeps if:Notion and Conten
t tionary fitore on Carlisle street, nearly
opposite the Railroad Station, gettysliorg i
where he bag constantly on hand, _CANDIRS,
NUTS, Figs, Retains, Lemons, Oranges, 'Arc.,
,Tobaccos and, Sews of all kinds; Pocket-
BnokS, Suspenders, Neck Ties, Collars, ke. ;
- tiqnps and Perfumeries; also some GROCE
RIES, Sugars, Coffees, Rice, with the different
kinds of Crackers. Ice-cold MUD at all
. times. He invites custom from town and
puinstry, an 4 sells at small profits.
LE NIS STROUSE.
Aug. 7, 1865. ly
' - Carr/axes and Buggies.
TATS k CULP
are now building a variety of
sof Ski latest and most approved styles, and
eonstracted of the best material, to which titer
barite the attention of boyars. Having built
par work with
_great 'care and of material
selected with spcial reference to beauty of
style and dniabilit.!, we con coofidently re
ponsupeqi the work aa unsurpassed by any,
*t i er iq qr mit of the cities.
All we.glk is an inspection of our work to
partnere those in want of anyskind of vehicle,
that ibis is tile place to buy them. /
, itSPAIELM in every branch dont' at short
potice and on reasqqable terms.
(live us a - call, at our Factory, near the
Forme qf Washington and- Chamoershurg
P. J. TATE. WU. E. CUL*
. Mar. 19, 1863.
Join W. 'ilpton,
ISIIO44HLE BARBER, North-east car
net of the Diamond, (next door to
'Hart's Hotel,) Gettysburg, Ps. where he
piK 40 all autos be found ready to attend to all
italait; in his line. lie ha; also excellent as-
Wince and will °wave 'satisfaction. Give
I l tret a 80. - bec. 3, IRdO.
r4I,LL and see the roost hestotifel assort
went of qew JEWELRY, such as
ll'esst-pins; Etr Drops,
Finger ifilTl, 0
BEVAN'S ()halos, ,
(iPeosite the sulk, Gettysburg , .
INSURE AQA-Nsr ALCCIDENIT.3 In the
TfLIVAL.EItS IN4tIaANGE oqlo44ry
Ate S e pt FORD. it hes 'paid oar one neared
etniffsetitkonsand dollars to holders of its poll-
Files, luels4lugS47,sO i to twenty-eight poliej.
Oldera, ktr $512 is onomivals.
Al 11G114thil'S yoe can get pare
I §6s Kistieiqe% Aye Stu ff s, flatetit
CruAß' quaint ET Asfs.—,A hest supply
jtareckiraL A primp!) article aott for sale
‘lt REELOIVIGUSER k WISOFERT.
ttplif . _, Elko* is the place to get ell kiada
41 , ..frgeMp OREAR. --
lOW REDUCED to suit tko.titoste at the nsoelslor. Skylight Gallery,
. - t• q. Traqi..
The Greet Discovery
THE AGE.—rlnflameastory mid Chronic .
Absolutism eati,be cured by using H. L.
M umrs CELEBRATED RHEUMATIC MIX
TURE. Many prominent e:tisens of this, and
the adjoining concise, have testified to its
greet utility'. Its success In Rheumatic afiec
tions, has been hitherto unparalleled by any
specific, introduced to the public. Price 60
cents per bottle. For sale by 111 druggists and
storekeepers. Prepared only by H. L. MILLER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Raft Berlin,
Adams county, Pa., dealer in Drugs, Chemicals,
Oils, Varnish, Spirits, Paints, Dye-stuffs, bot
tled Oils, Essences 'and Tinctures, Window
Wass, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, he., Ao.
gar A. D. Buehler is the Agent in Oettys.
burg for " H. L. Millet's Celebrated Rheumatic
Mixture," ' (June 3, 1861. tf
Lnnewner Hook Bindery.
G EORGE W !ANT,
AID SLAB/ BOOK MANOV/CTURBR,
Plain and Ornamental Binding, of every de.
Be ription, tseegteci in the most substsattal sad
E. W. Brown, Esq., FarMren Bank of Lancaster
W. L. Peiper, Esq., Lancaster County Bank
Samuel Shock, Esq., Columbia Bank.
Samuel Wagner, Esq., York Batik.
William Wagner, Esq., York County Bank.
T. D. Carson, Esq., Bank of Gettysburg.
Peter Martin, Esq., Proth'y of [Anteater co., Pa
Deo. C. Hawthorn, Esq., Register " it
Geo. Whitson, Esq., Recorder "
April 15, 1861
Schick Still Ahead:
NEW SPRING 0001)8
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
1.. L. SCHICK
would respectfully say to the citizens of Get
tysburg and vicinity', that he is now receiving
at his stove a splendid
/STOOL OP SPRING GOODS.
The itock consists in part of Fancy and
Staple DRY GOODS, of mil description.
SILKS, MOZAMBIQUE, :CH ALLIES, DE
LAINES, 'BOMBAZINES, ALPACCAS,
of aril qualities and choicest styles, which will
be sold'at PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION.
of all kinds, including Silk, Linen and Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Stockings, &c. •
Also, a splendid assortment of RIBBONS,
Laces and Edgings, UMbrellea and Parasols.- -
My stock of WHITE GOODS wilt be found full
and complete, and customers may eery upon
always getting good goods at the lowest possi
Gentlemen willMd it:to their advantage tc
call and exriife my stock of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINOS,
of all qualities and choicest styles. .
April Id, 18110. J. L. SCHICK.
Hardware & Groceries.
THE subscribers have just returned from
the cities with an Immense supply of
HARDWARE & GROCERIES, which they are
offering at their old stand in Baltimore street,
at prices to suit the times. Our stock consists
In pat t of
CABINET MAKER'S TOOLS,
ALL KINDS OF IRON, &c.
GROCERIES 'OF ALL KINDS,
OILS, PAINTS, Arc., ke. There Is no tatiele
included in the several departments mentioned
above but what 'can be had at this Store.—
Every class of Mechanics cap be aceomrisodated
here with tools and findings, acd Housekeepers
can find every article in their line. . Give us a
call; as we are prep fired to sell as low for cash
as any house out"of the city.
JOKI 4 B. DANNER,
DAVID EIEGLER. _
Gettysburg, M ly 16, 1864.
AW. FtENIHING continues the business
„ of SALE CRYING, and sOlicits the con
tinued patronage of the public. It is his con
stant endeavor to give eatistaction. Charges
moderate. Residence in Brockinridge street,
P. S.—He is a licensed Auctioneer, under the
Tax Law of the United States, '
Nov. 24, IBG2.
T' undersigned, being the 'autherir,ed person
to make removals into Ever Green Came
tery,hopes that such as contemplate the removal
of the remains of deceased relatives or friends
will avail themselves of this seaeon of theyear to
have it done. Removals made with promptness
—terms low, and no effort spared to please.
March 18,'60. Keeper of the Cemetery.
Noah Walker it Co.,
164 MAD 147 BALTINORI STRUM,
keep constantly on hand a large and well as
sorted stock of all kinds of goods at moderate
They supply orders for the finest to the
lowest priced artiplps, either ready made or
made to measure, to any part of the eountry.
They keep Also an extensive 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.
New Bakery 1
NEWPORT k ZIEGLER, Mechanical Bak
ers, South Washington street, half square
from the Eagle Hotel, GETTYSBURG, Pa.—
Constantly on hand, the beat of BREAD,
CRACKERS, CAKES, PRETZELS, Ate. Per
sons wishing fresh Bread will be served every
moraing, by leaving their names and residences
at the Bakery. Every effort made to please
give qs ft call I [April 20,'63. tf
THS would most respectfully
inform the public that he continues the
at his shop, lately Philip Dmrsom'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, kc. That_he knows how to
do all jobs of the kind will not be questioned
by tbose who have a knowledge of his long
experienie at the business. Come on with
your work, and you will be satisfied when yon
take it away—and for which he will receive
Cash or Country Produce.
• ADAM HOLTZWOM
Mar. 20, 1865. tf
MHZ war being over, the undersigned have
1. resumed the
at their old band, in East Middle street,
where they are again prepared to put 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 and satisfactorily as possible.
done with dispatch, and at cheapest rates.
4 large lot of new and old HARNESS on
hand for sale.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore etkictyisd by them, they solicit and will en
dearof tq Crtt*erre a large share -in the future.
D,ANNER k ZIEGLER.
July 10, 1865. tf
Tm subscriber has some valuable WEST-
Eltiff LANDS, vihictl pe will trade for one
or mops 1 1 11 PIS in this oonnty. The lands
Ore welt located, and very desirable for farm
log. Busty sppiication desired,
gettyaborg, April 3, 1865. ji
. •'.. Diatoms Fraißea t "
atIkGREAT variety of PICTURE PRAYER,
with plain and corm; ghinsen,,thr ppli
orner's Drag and Variety Scii.e,
44ne 16, 1130.
Inner Rsved Flour: Feed! and Greeettele
T 9 NONNI' MADt. AT TEUC CORAP STORM ON TRB HEI4.
If you wish to boy soy of the above aril
&EH BTSTEX ADOPTICD, else cheaper and better than you can get sham
AND PIUOSS ENDUCED 1 anywhere elee, go to the Grocery Store of the
The undersigned most respectfully Invite undersigned on the DM, in fkliimore street,
their old customers and the public generally wbtre customers cdin alw iya be accommoda
to call and see their Goods at the aew prices. ted, and where all are invited to call and see
We bays . for themselves. The public will always find
A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
which we have concludpd to run off at the
lowest p n‘sible prices. We lute - rid doing what
weeay; therefore all persons desirous of mating
money In the easiest way (by saving it in their
purchases; will not fail to give us a call, is
we prciuiSO them they shall not be disap
We are thankful for the past very liberal
patronage we have reeeived, and trust that we
shall merit a continuation of the same; and
noas—as we shall use our beet endeavors to
please all who may favor us with a call.
siarDon't forget the place.
DANNER. & SHIELDS,
Fairfield, Adams county, Pe.
N. H.—We are Agents for Miller's Superior
Family Flour, and Johnson's celebrated Blast- .
lag Powder. [Feb. 2G, 1866. tf
AT TAB OLD STAND.
have associated with me, in business, my
son,John P. McCreary, under the firm and
styl of D. SlrCreary 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, kc., has been revived at the
old established and well known stand ojs Bal
timore street, one square south of the,Court
Having bad an experience of 40 years in
this establishment, I feel assured, that, with
renewed attention to business, we can still
further merit and receive a full share of pun
lic patronage. -' DAVID McCREAST. •
With increased facilities for conducting, onr
business, we are better prepared than ever to
satisfy the wants of all those who may need
anything in our line. We especially call the
attention of Fanners and others to the superior
quality of our
Plain or Quilted Seat'Side Leathers,'
Horn Saddles, Barnes, all kinds, with
Plain or Quilted Seat , or withoutfastenings
no Horn, Housings,
Plain or Quilted Seat Scotch Collars(leather)
s;de Saddles, II " (ticking)
Plain or Fancy-Saddle No seam Collars,
Clothe, Best Welt Harness Col-
Wagon addles, lars,
Riding Bridles, of all Patent Leather Collars,
kinds, fair or black, stitched or unstitched
rounded or flat, Bent Le..ther Wagon
Martingals, Whips, 4, 4} and 6
Carriage Harness, all feet 1 tng,
styles, silver or black Plaited Team Whips,
mounted, Trotting Whips,
Heavy Draft Harness, Ladies' Riding Twigs,
Blind Bt idles, Whip Lashes,
Girths, (Horse Blankets,
Cruppers, kc., kc., kc.
In short, everything that pertains to a first
class general horse famishing establishment
constantly on hand or made to order prottrraly,
of the very best material, and by the most ex
perienced workmen In the country, (two hav
ing worked in this establishment for the last
We are now manufacturing an excellent lot
of Heavy Draft and Harness Colbirs for those
who prefer our own to city made work.
Repairing of• all kinds done at short notice
and on reasonable terms.
All are cordially invited to call and examine
for' themselves, u our work ,cannot tail to
IicCREART k SON.
Feb. 5, 1866. U
- CULP & EARNSHAW'S LINE.
AVING purcheied the Warehouse and
11'Cars heretofore owned by Samuel Herbst,
the undersigned take pleasure in itiknounciog
to the public that they will run a -
LINE OF FREIGHT CARS
from Gettysburg to Baltimore eve ry week. They
are prepared to convey Freight either way, in
anyquantity. They Will attend,if 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, 165 North Howard street, (near
Franklin,) Baltimore, where freight will be
received at any time. They invite the attention
of the public to their line, assuring them that
they will spare no effort to accommodate all
wbo may patronize them.
Having purchased the buildings and 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 line are respectfully in
vited to call. GULP .k EAUNSHA.W..
Great Reduction of Prices
DIMAS OP DIAMOND AND CHAMBARSBIIEGI STEW,
JOHN M. SWAN,
Having just returned from the city, respect
fully informs his customers, and the public,
that be bas succeeded to forming a connection
with one of the first Importing Houses in the
city of Baltimore, by which he he enabled to
offer Groceries at a lower Bore than they
can be purchaied elsewhere In the county.—
If you wonld save money, call . at the Cheap
Grocery,corner of Diamond and Chambersburg
street. 'de sells exclusively for Cash, and is
determined to be ahead of all others in selling
cheap. Give him a call before - purchnsing
elsewhere. JOHN M•. SWAN.
Barron's Safety Lamps,
LIG-RO-INK (Red) FLUID.
THIS Lamp apparently burns wi th out any
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 1111 to produce perfect
comoustion, and is very economical and safe.
It, to used without a chimney, and pet fectly
trimmed, does not smoke or smell; it Is there
fore especially adapted to tho purposes of a
"ran stout," night, nurse, shop or hotel lamp,
or lantern. The cost of broken chimneys,
alone, wi:lmore 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 house-keeper.
"I should hardly know how to do without
it," writes another.
"A perfect contrivance,", writes a third.
"Let those who are skeptical try it," writes
For sale by JURN M. SWAN,
Cor. of Diamond awl Chsinberaborg at.
`The Lig-ro-lee Illaid—also for sale at
the same place. [liar. 12, 1866..
TRAVELLARS ISSUR4NCE CO.,
Cash Assets, Deo. 1, e 553,838.13,
ACCIDENTS FROM RUNAWAY HORSES,
ASSAULTS BY BURGLARS AND ROBBERS
SPRAINED ANKLES AND BROKEN LIMBS
EXPLOSIONS, COLLISIONS, BURNING &
Accidents of All Kinds
sarPolicies of any amount from $5OO to.
$40,000 in case of fatal accident, or $3 to $5O
weekly compensatma in case ofdisahling bod
ily injury, and from one month to Rve years
time, at small pre/mums.
Oldest and Best Accukni I'l4. Cu. Extant.
J. G. RATTSENON,,PresI.
RODNEY DENNIS, Seey. -
Ber-ni. A., PICKENG, Agent, Gettysburg.
April 9, 1866. 3m
OP every variety, including the "Noble
Cook,' "Royal Cook," "Waverly," "Orn
amental," "Oriental," ac. Also, Tin-ware,
Hollow-ware, and every va
riety of Kitchen Furniture—inelnding a yank.
7of Lanterns. Also, a new and muck im
proved Flour Sifter, for sale by
Corner of Carlisle and Railroad eta., ,
Pvb, le, 1.86 e. Gettysburg, PS.
LI N SHRE AGAINST 40(I DENTS in t.be,orj-
Ansi TRAVELLERS INSURANCE, CON
YQF HARTFORD. It is the oldest, hirt
gest, and safest actsiticatt Instirance companT in
furl and choice assortment of
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, Too.wcos, CIGARS, SNUFFS,
FISH, BACON, LARD, CHEESE, CRAC.
KERS, BUTTER, EGGS, &c.
GLASS-WARE, CROCKERY-WARE, NO
TIONS, AC., COAL OIL L kit PS, FISH'
OIL, AND FLOUR AND FEED, ,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WANTED, —Flour, Corn, Oats, Rutter, Eggs,
Bacon, and Potatoes, for whiakhifile highest
market price will be paid, either in trade or
tEr•Being determined to conduct My busi
ness in a fair and honorable way, and to sell
cheap, I invite all to give me
April 9, 1866.
rpag subscriber would inform- his customers
an 4 others, that he is Still manufacturing
various kinds Of Castings and Machines, made
to order, on short notice, such as
THRESHERS AND POWERS,
(five different sizes of Powers,) Clover-s ed
Hailers and Cleaners, Corn Shellers and 8 p
armors, Cornfodder Cutters, Straw and ay
Cutters; , P LOUGHS,
such as C.tzt Ploughs. Barshear Ploughs, SWA
MI! and Corn Ploughs; the
WIRE-SPRING HORSE RAKE,
the latest improvement ; also Metal Scr ws
for Cider Presses,
for Cemeteries or Porches, with everything
else in his line, all at low prices.
FOR SAIE.—A light Two-horse Wagon, a
One-horse Wagon, and a Spring Wagon, all
new. DAVID STERNER. -
April 30, 1868, ti _
Concentra'd Flavoring Extracts!
FQUAL to any in the.markerand superior
to many, in larger bottles, and At old
Wholesale agents for Baltimore,
LlST.—Lemon, Orange, Van ifla, Rose, peach,
Nutmsg, Celery, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger,
Birch, Cinnamon, Apple, Mulberry, Pine Ap
ple, Banana, Mace, It .spberry, Pear, Pepper,
Parsley, Strawberry, Bitter Almond, and Sa
The great difficulty heretofore experienced
in Trocuring true Flavoring Extracts, hail in
duced the proprietor to spare no pains or ex
pense in giving to the public an article which
will be foutid true to its name,
and which will
In no instance be a source of disappointment.
It will be observed that oitr extract of Lem
on and Orange lea prepared extract from, the
Peel, which any one may be convinced of by
merely smelling them.
The price ef Vanilla Beans, too, has tensed
more useless Extract of Vanilla to be manu
factured and sold than any other essence;
being either made from Tonka Beans, or some
other fictitious compOund. In our Extract we
WILL GUARANTEE A PURE ARTICLE!
made from the trt.e Bean, without any foreign
Bell's Worm Syrup.
TEE MOST INNOCENT, PLEASANT AND
EFFICIENT REMEDY IN USE.—A REM
EDY PERFECT IN ITIIIILF.—No Castor Oil to be
Taken.—ln this Preparation we have included
such remedies only a.4if have been tried for
years and are known to possess powerful
anthelmintic virtnes, combined with "mild
aperients, pleasant aromatics and sugar. An
thelmirit;c3 armselves cannot perform their
peculiar funs ns or bare the desired efnct,
unless the bowels are kept moderately ripen.
To produce this, gentle purgatives are neces
sary and such only ought to be used that can
not interfere with the anthelmintic employed.
The advantages we claim fur this Syrup are:
Ist. Its power of DESTROYLNG AND EX
2d. Its mild aperient effect upon the bowels
° 3d. Its pleaiiant taste and odor are advan
tages posseasttor claimed by very few Verm
4th. Its harmless influence upon the system,
consequenilfh injurious effects will result
from its use should the patient have no WOrms,
but an apparent disease,
_arising from Some
other unknown cause, which is frequently the
The constituents of this Syrup and its effects
are known to mitily Physicians, who are now
using it in their practice to a large extent.
Price 25 cents a bottle.
The Greatest Liniment in tee.
BELL'S WHITE OIL I—The Blandest, Clean
eitl most Penetrating and moat'Economical
Liniment in Use.—A powezful OleaginnsCom
pound for the Speedy Cure of Itheamaiism,
Strains, Sprains, Wounds, Numbness of the
Limbs, Frosted Feet and Hands, Spsivin, Sad
dle Galls, Poll Evil, Ring Bone, Braises,
Swellings of all kind, and in tact every dis
ease for which an Embrocation is applidable,
either in Man or Beast. Price 25 cents si bot
tle.—This preparation, which is triginal with
us, will be found to be one of the nicest and
at the lime time one of the most reliable ap
Having been employed very extensively
since its introduction and feeling satisfied of
its remedial properties, we recommend itwith
the utmost confidence, knowing that no one
will be disappointed in its use. It is, as its
name implies, a white liniment of the consis
tency of cream, containing nothing offensive,
but, an the contrary, will be found more
pleasant than otherwise.
O R CONDITION POWDERS !
FOR HORSES , CATTLE h SWINE.
35 cents a paper, or five papers for $l.
The Immense sale of these Powders during
the short period they have been before the
public, is a sufficient guarantee of their great
popularity, and the decided benefits derived
from their use.
They are confidently recommended not only
as a preventive, but as a complete cure for
all diseases incident to the HORSE, COW or
BOG, as Loss of Appetite, Coughs, Heaves,
Yellow Water, Distemper, Glanders, &c., Ate.
By their use the Horse's Appetite is improv
ed, all derangements of the digestive organs
corrected, softening the skin, and giving to
the coat a sleek and shining appearance, and
may be need with perfect 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 matter,
or Om formation which so severely clogs
them, causing a tightness in breathing, 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 vessels
to their natural size.
For fattening cattle they are invaluable,
also possessing peculiar properties in increas
ing the quantity of milk is Cowa, thereby giv
ing them an importance and value which
should place them within the hands of all in
All diseases to which the Hog is subject, as
Coughs, Ulcers in the Longs and Liver, and as
a general purifier of the blood we guarantee
their effieary if once fairly tried.
Ber Sold at Gettysburg by A. D. Buehler.
Apothecary, and by Druggists aria Storekeep
ers generally. Ask for Bell's Preparations.
Prepared excltrsirely by W. D. Bell, Apothe
cary, (GraduNte of the Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy,) West Washington St., Hagers
town, Md. [Oct. 16, 1865. ly
TTRACTING ATTENTION.—The superior
Pictures taken at MUMPER'S SKY
IWIT GALLERY, on West Middle et., are
attracting universal attention. Good Judges
pronounce them superior to any ever taken in
this place. Call and examine for yourselves.
THE GREAT REDUOTI3N la prices at the
EXCELSIOR, in York street, opposite the
Bank, places the superior Pictures made at
;that old establishment within reach of ail, and
I trust no on. will Ha to avail themselves of
be opp,ottquity thus worded. I. Q.TTSI/X,
The Greatest Family I
Medicine in the World,
The attend-xi of the public, and menially the
sufferers from that dreadful airtime, Dipthena or
Sore Throat, is caned to the great remedy known ni
As a sure cure for Sore Throat or Diptheria,
Croup, Bronchitis, Scarlet Fever, he., and all other
diseases of the throat, and also an infallible remedy
for Diarrtwea, Dysentery, Cholera, Morbus,' Sisk ,
Headache, Sudden Colds and ..Coughs, Neuralgia,
Phthisic, Old Sores, Ac. It .is also invaluable for
Braises, Frosted t, Swelled Joints, Bites of Poi
sonous Insects, Ac., d a prompt and sure remedy
for Cramp Cholic au all Pains in the Stomach and
This medicine been tried in thousands of eases
in different parts Of the country, and has never
foiled to cure if used in time, and according to
directions. A great amount of suffering ht
often be saved by having a couple of bottles of this
valuable medicine in the house. As an evidence of
Its great qualities the proprietor warrants every
bottle to give entire satisfaction.
Try it and be convinced of its great like.
READ 'FORTH:ER. ~,soSMI
GREAT COUGH REMEDY,
For the Rapid Cure of , Coughs, Colds, Roarancia,
Croup, Whoopmg tough, Astrma, Dacuity
of Breathing, Spitting of Blood, First
Stages of Consumption, Soreness of 44
the Throat. and all Affection"
of the Pulmonary Organs.
'Ns Syrup Is an invaluable remedy for the alle
viation and cure of Pulmonary , Diseases. It is
prompt in its action, pleasant to the taste, and from
its extreme mildness, Is peculiarly applicable to the
use of children and persons in delicate,health.
an anodyne expectorant, it will always be found to
be beneficial, by alleviating and arresting the several
spells of coughing so distressing to the patient.
The al:Rioted can rely upon its doing of much, or
more than any other remedy in soothing the nerves,
facilitating expectoration, and healing the Diseased
Lungs, thus striking at the root of all diseases and
eradicating it from the system.
All I ask is a trial of this preparation, as it bas no
equal in its effects, and never fails to give entire
satisfaction to all who use it. We warrant it in all
cases or the money refunded.
Try it--only 25 and 50 Centa a Bottle.
READ ONE! READ ALL!
A GREAT DISCOVERY
MAIM IA -41111
Will Cure - All Caeca of
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Yi
And Diseases Originating from a
DISEASED LIVER and STOMACH
By the use of from one to three bottles the most
obstinate eases of
DYgracells, Liver Complaint, Biliona Attacks, Sick
Ileadacbs, Soar Stomach, Flatulency, Dropsy,
Lae of Appetite, Costiveness. J a und i ce,
Ilk, Cholera Morbus, Female Weakness and ••
Irregularities, Nervous Affection gal
tinkaa and General Debility, r)
canted by exposure, imprudence, 4, a ,
F • or otherwise, I/messes of the Skin, such IA
Ulcers, Scrofula, Dull Pain in the Head, Yel
lowness of the Skin, Dimness of Vision, Constant
Imaginings of Evil and great Depression of Spirits,
ARE ALL SPEEDILY CURED.
This being an entire vegetable compound id war
ranted a safe and effectual remedy not only for Dys
pepsia and Liver Cerntilaini, but for all other diseases
arising from a disorganized or a diseased stomach,
or impurity of bloo d.
As a blood purifier and tonic or general appetizer,
these bitters have no equal, and should be used in
every family, as disease cannot exist where they are
They are also warranted a perfect safeguard
against Fever and Ague. Ladies desiring a clear
complexion and good health should not fail to use
them: They are
. particularly recommended to
those who are suffe ring under Debility and Depres
sion of Spirits, their soothing and renovating powers
being particularly adapted to all each cases.
PRICE . $l.OO. PEB BOTTLE. 0
,Il6'For sale by A. D. Buehler, Gettysburg,
and Country Dealers generally.
May 70866. Gut
Horse all CalllB Polders.
... -.;,,... • This preparation,
I 1- long . and favorably
- - ' s , '''-:‘, - ji known , will thor
- ~ „
,f. oughly remelgorate
4 OW lowemirited horses,
giltand cleansing the
stomach and lutes
It is a sure pre.
Cltis animal, such as
LOSS OF API
TITE AND FIT,
use improves ',-
w Ind, increases
e smooth •
transforms t h
To teems of Cows this preparation is Invaluable.
of the ms
been proven by ae•
tual experiment to
--- oastworisi , increase the (pran
g.? • tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent. and make the
butter firm and
, i ' sweet. In fattening
Ap r • i . cattle, it gives them
• i' ' : an appetite, loosens
''' ' a' • "!7 their hide. and
' - ---sr- ."' makes them thrive
in all diseases of Swine, each as Coughs, 'CUM in
the Lange, Liver,
80., this article 1 1 -
acts u a specific. A ,
By putting from .or.
one-half a paper '
tea paper in a
Darrel of reit the
Wove diseases. _ -
will be madicated
f ven in tilee, -
prev n v y a me
nd n r d e for Cho le
Price 515 Ceuta per Paper, or 5 Papers for $l.
S. A. VOITTZ Bzi BRO.,
MISSALS DWG AND 11101C111 DSIO?.
Ma 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
Tor Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers thmeglls
out the United Mates.
For sale by A. D. Buehler, Gettysburg;
Laughlin & Bushfield, Wheeling, Va ; C. C.
Bender & Co., Pitahorg; Johnson, Holloway
k Cowden, Philadelphia.
Dec. 11, 1865. ly
WELSH, DELLONE k CO., at Hanover
Pa., continue the manufacture 'of the
different kinds of CHE'WING TOBACCOS, on
a large scale: Their facilities for manufactur
ing are ample, 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 .1; Co., at Hanover•
April 23, 1866. •
INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS in the
TRAVELLERS INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD. Its' premiums are low, sad
it pays lanes prompay.
PMM CIDER VINEGAR etSwaa'sQFpgeq
on the corner oithe Ditint<l44.
April 30, 1846.
•AXOTlllelt GREAT CUBE
P TEIR CITY OF NSW YOU, '
era highly respectable eltlaeo, well known to
the Mercantile community, by
DR. J. H. SCRENC.IC,
THZ ORRATJUNG DICTOS Pt PRILLDILPHIA,
Office N. Y. and Get Jena Lead Co., I
NA. 28 Nassau St., N. Y., June I, , 06. f
Dr. J. 11. Schenck—Dear Sir:—F r over ;
fifteen years I bare been troubled w th a se- 1
sere rough, and usually two or three '' times a 1
year with more or less hemorrhairei which to
for the last few years, has kept me thin;
in flash and too weak to do business of any l
kind withont suffering. In August last I bad 1
a very' severe hetnorrhage, and, according to t
the judgment 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 botice. The physician (and
.my good friends) said that the first cold I took
must prove fatal. Early in Jenu try I took a
severe cbtd, and fortunately was occupying
rooms at N.Q. 32 BOND STREET, directly over
your office. I think about :he 16th of January
I il rocured 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 cold. I sent for my former physician,
and stated to him that I was taking your triedi•
tines, and alter showing them to him, and
having tasted of them, lc., he replied: "Yon
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 soy husicess to close up, do not put ;
it off." ife'said to other friends that he ".could
see no hope for me," and my friends and rela
tions ecncluded my time had come. At this
time I was taking freely of yotfr medicine,but
had not seen you. The doclor 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 n I'M to have you examine
my case, and see what you bad to say. ' Wien
you first came to my room and made the ex
amination, yon gave me but little encourage-'
meats, but on the contrary,expt essed sad doubts
of my ever being helped out 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 Puimonie Syrup, Sea-weed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills heti acted like a
charm." My circulation, my cough, my appe
tite, 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
i til the first day of May. I took no cold while
under your treatment, my appetite became
, firsb.rate, and you told me to eat everything I
wished of a nutritious nature, and to exercise
about the room as much as possible. I fol
lowed your advice, and to the surprise of my
oil phySician arid friends, I teem much better
than I have been for several years, and breathe
better than I . seer expected a person could with
one lung, the left be;ng-completely dried up.
I feel very grateful tc you, and consider your
advice end medietnes invaluable. -
Dr. Schenck—Dear Sir:—About two years
ago I was taken with a very troubleicime cough
and a pain in my breast; seven or eight months
passed away a ithout my doing anything for
myself. Then I applied to a physician, who
attended me for about three month's 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, bet all to no
purpose. During this long spticet'of time I
was nearly dead; several times thy friends
came to see me and witness my exit into the
spirit•wotld., I was confined to my bed two
months at nun' time. My breathing was ie ;
eeedingly short. I gave up several times all
hope of gettirg better; and as regard getting
well, that was entirely out of the ithestion.—
And to think this day I am well and hearty I
I was advised by some of my ft ienda to try Dr.
Schenck's Medicines. I accordingly bought
bottle after bottle, until I reached the ninth ;
then I found a decided change in my cough
for ,the better. I sitllered set erely from palpi
tation of the heart, aid two weeks lifter
cornmetleed taking your medicine this difficul
When I first went to Dr. Sehenek's office it
was with difficulty that I could get tip into. his
'reception room, I was so weak and b o swtdled ;
my skin was as sallow as though I had the
j.iundice; I felt dull, heavy and elet•pless. Dr.
Schenck; after t xamming•me, said both my
lungs were affected, and gave me but little
hope ; but his medicines, iu about two weeks,
took right hold of me ; it seemed to'e,o right
through my whole system. The Pulmonie
rap, Sea-weed Tonic and Mandr.ike Pills,
all took right hold in the right place. The
Pills-brought away great quantities -of bile
nod slime; the Syrup loosened the matter in
my lungs, which came off very free ; the Si a-
Weed Tonic pee me an appetite, and every
thing seemed to taste good.
To show a hat 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 et/militia( of
phlegm and matter I expectorated, I broke
out all over in lerie boils, that would continue
to gathea and run for about six weeks, and I
had at one time over twenty five boils. I have
nothiug 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 you and your
medicines enou;h. 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, it they will-call upon any of my friends,
or upon tne, No. 4 Dryden Place, near Thomp
son street, below Cadwalader, Philadelphia,
they will be perfectly satisfied with the valid
ity of the case. Yours, with much respect,
MARY SCIINAIDT. -
The above case, as described, is perfectly
correct. I know it to be true. Your.,
T. B. MILLER,
Pastor of Hancock M. E. Church.
Dr. Schenck will be , professionally at his
principal office, No. 15 North Sixth street,
corner of Commerce ; Philadelphia, every Sat
usday, from 9 A. M. until 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 his Respirometer, the
charge is three dollars.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed
oncT,i each $1 50 per hottle, or $7 50 'per
half dozen. Mandrake Pi 115,25 cents per bex.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.
Mar. 12, 1866. lm
CHANGS OF CON S ;i4CTIONS.—On and af
ter Monday, November 20th, 1865, Pas
senger Trains will leave and arrive at Gettys
burg. and make connections, as f011OWB:
FIRST TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
7.45 A. M., with passengers for York, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltim4re, 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, and arriving at Baltimore at
12.30 noon. Also connecting with Mail Train
from Baltimore north, arm ing in Harrisburg
at 1.20 P. M. Arrive at Gettysburg 1.10 P.
M., with passengers from Harrisburg, York,
Baltimore and Washington.
SECOND TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
1.20, P. M., arriving at Hanover Junction at
3.15, and connecting With mail train South.
Arrive at Baltimore at 5.30 W 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 Mall
Train at 9 A. M., and arrive in Gettysburg at
1.10 P. M. Or leave Baltimore in the fast line
at 12.10 noon, and arrive in Gettysburg at 4.15
P. IL But one change of cars by the first
train, either way, viz : at Hanover Junction.
The fast line on the Northern Central will not
stop at any local stations, ercept York, Nano-
ter Junction and farkton. Connections cer
tain. - B. MoCIJRDY, Pres%
Nov. 27, 1865.
ptered byDr. R. RPRIRR.,
e TARE 1 1 161 e ite l- " g
arNIERS AND DEALERS' IN rgirrimz.
ZRS will please take notice shit we have
opted the following Trade Mark to protect
°nisei's*, and prevent those who use our
RAW BONE SUPER PIIO,SPHATE from being
deceived when purchasing manures.
We have been obliged to give this protec
tion to our customers, In ccnsequence of sev
eral pieties having unlawfully need our die
tinctive name, viz: "Raw bone," in offering
their article to the public. This Trade Murk
itadopted In addition to the title "Raw Dons,"
which Is our exclusive property, end we cau
tion all manufacturers from using it in future.
We would state to the trade and consumers,
that they will find it to their interest to see
that the "Trade Mark" is upon every bag and
barrel they purchase, as none other is genuine.
RA.1.10 , 11 & bONS.
Super Phosphate of Lime,
Manufactured by BAUGH Jt SONS,
No. 20 South Delaware A
The great popularity of ourarticle has been
found sufficient inducement to certain imitators
to manufacture and advertise "Raw Bone
'Phosphates," a name which ollginated with
us, and is our own rightful property . . We
will state for the information of all, that we
are the exclusive manufacturerb of this article
—the original and sole propretors of it—hav
ing been manufactured by us for a period of
twelve years. Also that it is covered by sem.
eral letter& p tent, held only by ourselves.
We are now ready to supply it in large
quantities—having made recent additions and.
improvements. Vessels drawing .16 feet of
water can load directly from the wharves of
the works, which are located et the foot of
Morris Street, Delaware River, We call the
attention of DEALERS to this great advantage.
The present indication, are that we shall
have a greatly increased demand over last
sprinzand fall seasons, and we advise Farmers
to send in their orders to their respective
Dealers at an early day, that all may be sup
Soliciting your continued orders,
Yours very truly,
BA & SONS,
No. 20 S - . !AlaWare Avenue,
Feb. 5, 1860. 9m NVILADELIIIIA
CHOLERA PREVENTIVE I
x. 1 sop. L.
, THE GREAT ZINCARI BITTER.%
THIS WONDERFUL REMEDY was dismay
ered and introduced about twenty years
ago by Dr. S. Clieopsus, au eminent F.gy ptian
lie had long seen and felt the want of some
remedy which would strike at'the rcot of dis
ease, and se prevent much of the suffering
which the human family was then compelled to
T. S. SHELDON
The great questioc was presented to his
mini eveFy day In vivid colors as be moved a.
mong thekiek and dying, and observed the in
efficiency of nearly ell the remedies then in
nee. Thus he , was lead to think and experi
ment; and after ten years of study and labor,
hs presented to his fellow man the wonderful,
Zingari Bitters. The eff et of this preparatiOn
in the prevention and cure of disease, was so
marvellous and astonishing, that the most
flattering marks of royal favor were bestowed
upon Lim who discovered it. His name was
placed upon the Roll of Nobles, and a gold
medal with the following, inscription—Dr. S.
Cheopsus ' the Public Benefactor—was pre
ben fed to him by the Viceroy.
The preparation has been used in several
epidemics of chdlera. both as a preventive and
curative mrasure, and aid) such great success
that itbas 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
vellous force to cholera, and therefore any
remedy that will protect us against this terri
ble disease should be freely and persistently
All pathologists now ngree thathe cholera
poison acts on the srtem througl the blood,
and that any combination whit acts on
the excretory organs, and 'keeps them in work
ing order, must prevent a sollig lent accuino
lotion of the poison to exert its terrible effects
on the organism. This is true not only of
cholera, but of nearly ail other maladies, espe
cially the different forms of fevers.
The Zingari Bitters is just nett a remedy as
the above conditions require. It acts on the
organs of excretion and Secretion, keepinicup
a perfect bal.ince between them. This Bitters
is composed entirely of roots and herbs, so
nicely concocted that every organ is acted
upon and pot in tone. Its taste it pleasant
and its effects prompt and lasting.
Numerous cases of the Allowing diseases
have been cured by it: Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Typhoid and Typhus Fever, Fever, Ague, Ner
vous Debility, Anaemia, Female Irregulerties,
Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Colic, Scrofula, &c.
Price, one dollar per quart bottle.
Principal Depot at the Walnut Street Wharf,
Bold by Druggists, Tlotel-keepers k Grocers.
SairFor sale by Win. .7. Martin, sole Agent
for Betty sburg.
April 16, 1866. ly . ' •
PS THE 923
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EIGHTH AND SKIM) °ARDIS STRUTS,
THOM AS MAY PEIRCE, A. M.,
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WS SCHOLAR:4IIIPS, including , Bookkeep
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as above. Tars LIMITS° TO Man MONTHS,
PERM A NSIIIP. Three Months.. Ei
Penmanship and Arithmetic, three monthss 10
The saving or coal and gas in the summer
months is an advantage of such importance ma
enables the management of this College to
make a considerable reduction in the summer
Faux Devotee 1, 1866, to APRIL 1, 1867,
And succeediefg yews, as before.
Life Scholarship $26
Scholarships, 3 months $23
Penmanship, 3 months $lO
Penmanship and Arithmetic, 3 months... $l2
Special Terms for Clubs, Soldiers, and for the
Sons of Ministers and Teachers.
DAY AND EVENING INSTRUCTION FOR_
BOTH SEXES AND ALL AGES, -
In Banking, Storekeeping, Bookkeeping, Pen
manship, Pen Drawing, Phonography, Arith
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