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A T PUBLIC SALR—On SATURDAY., the
tech day of 'AUGUST next, the sno
itoribers, Agents for the heirs of Jacob Wolf,
deceased, will sell at Pdblic Sale, on the prem
ises, the tollowinireal estate of said decedent,
A FORM, situate in Tyrone towne . hip, Ad
ams county, erne mile west of New Chester,
and hatf a mile from Mrers' Sill, adjoining
lauds of limy Myers, Thomas Ettrehart, and
, others, containing 156 ACRES, more or less—
with a good proportion of heavy Tirnber and
Veadow. The improvements are
a good Two•stery BRICK IMIUSII 4 gi
Stank Hero, Wagon Shed, Coin 11E.
Crib, Spring House, Stkoke noose, .
and other cratAralldiags. A good welisaff wa
fter at the doe., and a good Spring neer* the
'Persons wishing to view the property will
eAll on Henry Osborn, 'wading near Gulden'e
sirSitle to eommence at 1 o'clock,' P. M,
on said day; when attendance will be given
and terms misde known by
HENRY 0.91101 N,
Zuly 39, 1866. ti*
J A OIIIPA VAIL6I.—On SATURDAY, the let y
of SEMIII3II3 next, the subscribers '
Ex.:Astor. of Joseph Blocher, deceased, will
offer at Pahlicli ale, en the premises, the fol
lowing rial estate of said decedent, viz :
A FARM, militate in Mountjoy township, Ad
ams eon tr, 'adjoining Two Taverns, and lands
of John Worley, Peter Bercaw, Jacob Baker,
and others, containing 110 ACHES, more or
less—with doe proportions of Woodland and
Meadow. The improvements are anew Two
story FRAME HOUSE, a one and
a half story Log House, Bank Barn,
Corn Crib, Hog Homes, a good .`1
yoliog Orchard, with several
springs of water.
Persons wishing to view the property ire
iewpested to call on tkeirst-named Executor,
aesiding within a mile and a half thereof.
Atiridisle .cornmettee at A o'cleek, P.
an said day, when attendance wild he given
and Ovine made known by
ELI LltAkell RR,
July 30, 1888. tell'
lar The undersigned offers his FAME, In
Ilountjoy township., at private sale ; 777 acres,
pith good Houk, Sara, ilrst-rate Well, kr.
July 30, 1806. 10/I.N BLOCIIER.
allit subscribei• will sell at Public Sale, a
I his rasidenee„ is Gettysburg, Oa TUES
DAY, the 21st day of AUGUST next, the fol
lowing Personal Property, viz:
One Horse, 2 Hales, i large sized Jack, 1
eix-horse broad-tread Wagon, 1- four-horse
riarrow•treldMigon, 1 Spring Welton, 2 Lime
Reds, 2 Feed Troughs, 15 setts ,Horse Gears,
Dreeehbands and Front Gears, /Cousin+. C.
Jars and Bridles, five-horse, Line, 2 Wagon
Saddles, 2 Falk Chains, 1 Log Chain, 3Sptead
lot of Single and Double Trees. Also,
old Lumber, Windows, SIMLI.I/111. Doors,
Hoards, kc., It.
ger.i de to continence at 1 o'clock on *aid
day, when attentsace will be given anti terms
made known by
July 30, NCO. to
To Church Builders.
SRALED Proposals will be received by the
Building Committee of. the Methodist E.
Church, of Petersburg, (Y. S.) eatil THURS
DAY, AUGUSX Ott nest, tor buildinz a Brick
ebnrch, in Peter:shuck', (V. S.) Pe. The
Church is to be 35 feet by 5a feet, with base=
anent. Plans and specifications can be seen
on or before the day of letting by application
to the Rev. J. A. Ross, pastor id.charge, or to
either of the Committee.
A. fit DILL,
JACOB F. OARDNER,
J. W. FEIGBT,
F. N. W. BOWERS,
Ju:y 30, 18611
rIIR Corner Stone of the New ,Ifetliodist
Church of Benderseille, york Springs
uit, now in charge of the _Rev. Joseph A.
Ross, will be laid on SUNDAY, the 12th of
Wll. A. ELDEN,
Secretary of Buildiug Committee
July 30, .1806. 3t •
WERE found on the Bth Inst., a pair of
GOLDSPECTACLES. The owner can
get them at the residence of the undersigned,
fo Mitii(e street, Gettysburg,ty proving pro
potty And pnylog for aIiVPII.IS//1,7. =
July o , 18C K. td F. T. WASSIENI.
Pro cla mAtlon.
wI7F, TIE A 8 the lion. ROBERT J. FOttsa,
PreNident of the several Courts of Om
mon Pleas in the Counties composing the 19th
District, and Justice of the Courts of Oyer and
Terruiner and General Jail Delivery, li9r the
trial of all capital - and other offenders in the
said district, and Dann ZIISOLSR and ISAAC E.
Wisamss, Eery., Julges of the Courts or Corn
mon Piens,. and Justices of the Courts of Oyer
and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, for
the trial of all eapit4l and other offenders in
the County of Adams—have issued their pre
cept, beAring date the 20th day of April, in
the year of 'Dv Loau one thousand eight hun
dred and sixty-six,
and to me directed, for
holding a Court of Common Pleas, and General
Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and General
Jail Delivery and Court of Oyer and Terminer,
at. Gettysburg, on MONDAY, the 20th day of
.AIIC UST instant—
'NOTlCE , IS HURRY • GIVEX to all the
Justices of the Peace, the Coroner and Consta
bles withini the said County of Adams, that
they be then and there in their proper persons,
with their Rolls, Records, Inquisitions, Exam
inatiooscand other Remembrances, to do those
things which to their offices and In that behalf
appertain to be done, and also, they who will
prosecute agniast'the prisoners that are or
then shall be in the Jail of the said'Connty of
Adams, are to be then and there Co prosecute
against them as shall 11 just. '
ADAII REBER?, S head.
Sheriff's office, Gettysburg, July'3o, '6B.
rrin undersigned baJ commenced the SAD
-DLE and HARNESS-MAKING business,
on the Hill, is Baltimore street, in tbebuilding
formerly occupied by 0. Sweeney as a Chair
maker's shop, up-stairs, where be asks those
wanting anything in his line to call. Work
done in the best manner, and prices moderate.
HARNESS REPAIRED at short notice. A lot
of new Saddles and Harness ou hand.
J. M. HOWE.
Gettysburg, .Tani 25, 1866. 3m
Groceries 1 Groceries j
FIVE BEST IN TOWN I
COME AND SEE THEM I
TRICE. OUSI3 R dt WISOTZKEY have ad
ded a large and splendid stock of GROCERIES
to their business, and invite the public to call
and see for themselves. They offer the best
of everything, at the lowest possible profits:
COFFEES, SUGARS, SYRUPS ' MOLASSES,
SALT, FIST, Spices, Teas, Cheese, Starch,
Soaps Candles, Blacking, Matches, Tubs,
Bucksits, Brooms, Bed Cords; with Confec
tionary, Oranges, Nuts, Tobaccosi Sews—
anti a variety entirely too large to be enume
rated. "Come one, come all."
Gettysburg, June 18,1866. tf
90 ;!loath !— AGENTS wag*
for six enttsely nets articles, just out,
'Address 0. T. GAREY, City Building, Bid
4pferd, Mu. pay 21,866. hay
CL 0 0 K 8 ,
Now ow hand CLOCKS in great variety,
from factories of the highest repsitation in the
country, 4.4 warranted good time-keepers.
Call on J. BEVAN,
Opposite the Bank, Gettysburg.
A NSW stock of
GOLD AND HILvER WATCHES,
selected with especial ewe and warranted good
time keepers, just, received and for erzle at
Opposite the Bank, Gettysburg.
G c urte r rt
4,11; JD HAMS.--A (rat supply
just roes**. , prim ogee au d for ails
aA 4T ,a4goiprocrogit 11;-wi3or74r, -
TY purulence of sundry wilts el Tend Weal
-1 Expoaas,.sebeiout of the GettetoContotos
Pleas of Adams eettuti, cid to me dllibeted,
will be exposed at Nablin Sale, at the Court
house,Qettysbert, on SATUILDAY, the
11th ay of AUGUST nest, nt i o'clock, P. M.,
the following described Real Estate, viz :
A TRACT OF LAND, situate in Suitben
township, Adenis county, adjoining lamb of
George Boyer, Nicholas Schriver and fluky
Wittier, containing 10 Acres, more or less,
improved with a Two•story Frame DWELLING
HOUSE, a Two-story Back-building attached,
a Double Log Barn, with Sheds attached,
Wash House, !lig Stable, Corn Crih, anew
Frame Weatherbcarddd Blacksmith Shopl a
well of Water near the door of the dwelling,
and a young Apple Orchard on the tract.
Also, A TIMBIB, LOT, situate in Menallei
township, Adams county, adjoining lands of
Paul Sowers, Philip Donohue and Graft's
beim, cOntainitig 8 Acres, more or less.—
Seised and taken in execution as the ceal es
tate of Suanurrox Cnaostarca.
' Also, A HALF LOT OF GROUND, situate
in the Bdrough of Gettysburg, Adams county,
adjoining lot of Mrs. Saelly on the Vert, let of
Peter Niftier on the east, an alley on the
north, said frorrting on Chainhersburg street—
improve with a ohs an I a half story DWEL
LING 17 USE, part brick and part weather
boarded, a Frame Stable, Hog Stable, he.
Seised t v i. ; (l taken in execution as the real es
tate of k lll. Tyre. ' •
Also, t the same time and place; on a writ
of - Fieri acias, will be exposed to public sale—
TWO OWV LOTS, situate in the 13eroagh
of Getty burg, adjoining lot of IfichaeLArter,
on the n th, amalleY on the west, an an al
ley on the with, sad' frenting on Wishingion
street on the east. Improved with a Two-story
Frame Weatherboarded HOUSE, Wood Elause,
Hog Stable, well of water near the doir, and
some fruit trees on the premises. Selz .11 and
taken in executionaa the real estate of Wittiest
AIMS( REBERT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's oTtce,•Gettysbitrg, Julyt23, '66.
Stirlen per cent. of the purchase money
upon all sales by the Sheriff must be paid over
trantediately utter , the prOperty is struck down,
or o,ponfai4tre to comply therewith the pi op
etty avid be, agate ,p . ist tp for sale.
Jury List fur August Court.
Guano J oe'.
Mountpleasant—John L: Jenkins, (Porenten,)
Jacob Sanders, George Howard.
Strolian-lieury Bucher, Peter Mickley.
Itatuilthnhan—Beitheii. Stem, Sudolph Beak.
Bolo* -...-Ftech Lefever.
Tyr ne—lolin Richolts.
Fraulaits—Jacob Eteholte, /Teary ifilteriber-
Berwick lg.—Samuel Browa.
Butler—David S . : Toot.
Grettysburg = ir. B. Picking.'
Rending—Robert U. Dicks, Conrad Spangler
Menalien—Henry D. Orner.
Cumberland—G . aorgeSpangler of A.
Moontjos.- 4 - , Eckenrode.
llfnatlarton--Georop Wiercoan pt , $ ., Alfred
Miller, Abraham 11e4s, Jacob Sheatt2r, Isaac
llowe, Joseph Smith.
Cum beriatd-.Jaeols Mariag, George Mating of
J., Abr.lham Plank,-Ilenry S. Toot. -
Menaileo-1,341as T.iylor; E 1? Penrose.
Hamilton..-George Laugh, Silas Miller.
Germany—Jac:oh Klunk, 'Ephraim .Menehy.
Franklin—Elias Spangler John,Deardorff, Mi
chael Schlosser, Francis Will.-
Lotiusora— Guerge ii. ik.int, George L. Dear-
dniff, Benjamin LiveNberger.
Itamiltonban—D.iniel Bieseoker, to>epL Gel.
latch, James M. Marshill.
?Joann)leasant—Andrew Howard, Joseph E.
limier, Henry Weikert, Jr.
Reading—Wm. H. Dicks, Andrew S. Myers,
6aw u el- 0 verheltze r.
Berwick tp.—Jaemb Spntbeer Martin Bechtel
Biper—Giorge L. Kime, John Schlosser, John
Oxford—Daniel lTeltzel, Peter Feiser, George
Smith, John Henry Myers.
Union—Abraham Hostetter, John Kindig.
llighland—Jeptlia Dubs, Lehman Pfou!z.
Littlestown—JOseph Barker, Henry Rabter.
Mountjoy—Johti,Blocher, William Cownover.
Str.tban—Joseph Holtz ' Henry Tate.
Conowagn—Samuel Seliwartz, John Weaver,
Tyrone—John Delap, Hezekiab Snyder.
Gettysburg—Alexander.Spangler, S. G. Cook.
Freedom—John E. Plank.
July 23, 1866. ac
STRAYED troth the subscriber, near Mid
dletown, Butler , tna;nship,
this county, ou the :Anil of June last, a large
Dark Brown BULL, weighing between II and
12 hundred, with a large lreld.,,lteavy shoul
ders end light hind quarters. White belly,
and a few light spots about his Rink. A lib
eral reward will he paid lot his return or in
formation leAding to his recovery.
JACOB IL TP.OSTLIII. -
July 23, 1386. 3t
A GOOD FARM.
ANY persoa haring a good Farm for Sale,
add will take in part payment, one or
inure tracts df
well located, Oar Railroads, Sc ools, Church
es, County Towns, &c., may find a purchaser
by applying' all'tbis
June 18, , 18811. if •
Grocery itic Liquor Store.
FIRST-MATE ASSURTMEN r of -GRO
CERIES, cheap?. FISH of dittorent kinds.
A Large Int Of
at iaw price.. The best and largest assort
ment of LIQUORS ever kept in this place.
PURE WINE, BRANDY, BYE WHISKEY, ke.,
for medicinal and other imposes, in quanti
tities large or small. Also
111.1.41,ER'S °BLEB/UV:DIME BITTERS.
• WM. J. If ARTIN,
_ Baltimora. st„ Uottysburg.
May 28, 1866;
M ORO PIifLLIPS'
For Sale at itannt'asturer's Depots,
21 North Prow &rea l Phitadelphia, Pa.
95 South Street, Battintorc-
And by Dealers in general throput the
The Sfaterial ..cif which
mono PffiLLIPS' PHOSPHATIC
Is manufactured containi fifty per cent. more
Bona Phosphate than Raw Bone, therefore it
is more durable. The ammonia present gfres
it groat sddltional fertilizing value.
Five yearg' experience has proved to the
Farmer that it makes a heavier grain than
even stable manure, had not only satire
but lasting. _ _
So - le Proprietor and ilanoreetarer.
efi`Price $56 per ton--. 2000 pounds. Dia.
Kong to de fiers.
Feb.l2, 1866. -tt'
Tin Ware and Stoves.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the
public that he still cantina's the busiitass
ALL IXDIDS OF GOOD TIN WARE,
at the old stand, (formerly Andrew Polley's,)
in York street, Gettysburg, where he has the
largest assortment of tin ware in the county,
with many other articles for kitchen use, kc.
Also, COOKING STOVES k NINE-PLATE
STOVES, of the eery best kinds.
S. G. COOK.
liar. 12, 1886. 3m,
TIISTICE OF THE PEACE, will be at
his °tine, (st his residence,) in Cumber
land township, on Tuesday and Friday of each
week, to give bis attention to Justine's bnsi
ness. lAMril 30. 1888. 4m
man best lot of upper Leather DOLLAR.%
X Or oar ova ataice,uow ready and for sale.
D. XeCSICIBY IS BOX.
Highly Valu a ble
l A DLESTOSE FAME
. . AT PUBLIC' SALE.
Un SATIFIDAT, the Bth day of SEPTIINIER.
next, the sabscritter, Executor of Gas* Law
rence, deceased, will offer at Pub:le Sale, on
the premises, the following highly valuable
Real Estate of said decedent, Tie:
A LIMESTONE FA RN,
situate in Mountpleasant township, Adams
county, on the road leading from SicSherry'.
town to Ilunterstown about 2 miles ftom the
former place, and within 1 mile of Conowago
Chapel, containing 70 ACRES, more or less,
adjoining lands of Conrad Bender, Samuel
GeiSelinau, John Lilly and ethers—improved
with a Two-story Weatheeboarded
liktUSE, Bank Barn, Wagon Shed,
Corn Crib, Carriage Hasse,
Pea, and other out-heildings a. __
first-rate well of water at th a door, andsd Or
chard of good fruit. The land is is high cul
tivation and under good (ming. This is a
very choice property.
sersale to comments at 1 2,:clock, P. X.
said day, wbea attendatce will be gives sad
totals made Slava by
July 23, Md. ts
ON SATURDAY, the 4th day of AUGUST
next, the' Heirs of Catharine Beitle
man, deceased, will offer at Public Sale,
on the premises, the following property, iris :
A HOUSE' AND LOT,
in Middletown, Adams couaty, adjoining Jacob
Peters and others.• The H0C132 is Two-story,
Weadierboarded, with a Two-story- Bank
building. A Stable. a good Wellof Water,
and Fruit Trees, oa the lot.
Alen, A LOT OF GROUND,
well calculated for building, adjoining the
above—with Pear Trees thereon. At the
same time and plsee, will be sold the follow
ing Perso tat Property, sig.+
TABLES, CHAIRS, BUREAU, CORNER
CUPBOARD, Beds an 4 Bedsteads, Cook Stove,
Ten-plate Stove, Copper settle, lroa ?q,ts
Queensware, Crocks, Tub; Meat vessels, and
many other articles.
/427-. Sale to commence 002 o'clock, M., on
said day. when attendance will be given and
terms made known by
WILLIAM G. EICHOLTZ,
July 23, 1844
Sale of Real Estate.
T WILL sell, on accommodating terms, my
pro?erty, located in kl..miltonban town
ship, Adams county, Pa., within one mile of
Fairfield, and' eight miles of Gettysburg,
containing 503 ACRES OF ROOD LAND, well
litsprorrd. There is on this land a good'
MEN-STORY STONE MILL. containing two
run of Burrs, and, a SAW MILL. Apply to
the lion. Moses Mb.Clenn, Gettysburg, or Joke
S. Lock, Charlestown, Jefferson co., Va.
June 18, 1886. ,tf
Regitite - r - N4 lltotlees.
NOTCCE is hereby given to all Legatees and
other persons concerned, that the Ad.
ministration Accounts hereinafter mentioned
will be presented at the Orphan's Court of
Adams county, for eonfirmation and allowance,
on MONDAY, the 20th day of AUGUST, 1806,
at 10 o'clock, A. X., viz :
312. The seeond tad final Recount of Peter
Creenholtt, Administrator of Isoob Green
313. First aceoant of John Wertz, I zecutor
of the last will and testament of David Tim
314. Accouut•of Elijah Spangler, Adminis
trator of Catharine Miller, who was Adminis
tratrix of Philip Miller, deceased, cam testa
315. The account of Michael Minter, Admin
istrator of George E. Miller, deceased,
11t1. The first account of Lydia Ann Wei
gle, late Lydia Ann Rahn, Adrninistratrix of
the,estate of Samuel P. Rahn, deceased.
317. First and final account of George Ba
ker, Esq., Executor of the last will and testa
ment hf Witt. Baugher, deceased.
318. First and final account of John 11. Aul
aoaegh, Esq„ Executor of the bust will and tes
tament of John G. Morningetitr, deceased.
3t9. The account of Wm. H. Hodthtelin,
Executor of the wall of Cornelius floughtelin,
320. First and final account of Joseph Lilly,
Esq., Executor of the last will and testament
of Edward Colgan, deceased.
321. The first account of David Schwartz,
Executor of the will of John Miller, late of
322. The first account of Isaiah E. Mehriag,
acting Administrator of We estate of John
Ml}•hriug, late of Germiny twp., deceased.
321. Account of Adam C. Musselman, late
Guardian of Mary E. Snyder, minor child of
Jackson Snyder, deceased.
321. The first and float account of Jesse
Spahr, Administrator of Mary Spahr, deceased.
325. First and final account of Daniel Coi.
Selman, Administrator of Christian Hostetter,
336. Second necount of Joseph L. Shorb,
Esq., Administrator of Mary Sneeringel, deed.
'397. First and final accodnt of John Hanes.
Esq., Administrator of the estate of Maria
338, First account of Josiah Wickersham,
Adm inistrator of the estate of Wm. W. Gook,
late of Menallen township, deceased.
329. The first account of Jacob F. Lower,
Administrator of the estate of John Lower,
late of Franklin township, deceased.
330. The Bist account of George Myers
and John Myers, Executors of the will of Jacob
Myers, late of Hamilton township, deceased.
SAMUEL LILLY, Register.
Register's Office, Gettysburg,
July 23, 1888. tic' ,
("What Every Faultily Needs.
ACOPY of Dr. Chase's Recipes or Informa.
lion for Everybuly, Over 200 copies
have already, been sold in the south-west end
of this county, they giving general satisfac
tion. We can conscientiously recommend it
to be the most reliable work of the kind ever
offered to our citizens, and that for so little
money, we feel confident that none who pur.
chase the work will ever regret it. Be sure
to examine the Descriptive Circulars when left
at yonehon2es. Good references, plenty could
be given, but we defer it, as it will recommend
itself. The county will be minuend by
GEORGE T. WEIGLE, Agent.
July 16,1866._ 401.
Still at Work t
Tin undersigned continues the
in all Us branches, at hie old stand, in East
Middle street, Gettysburg.
NEW WORK made to order, and
done promptly and st lowest prices.
FALLING-TOP AND STANDING-TO?
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Two first-rate SPRING WAGONS for
sale. JACOB TROXEL.
THIS Hotel, being one of the relics of the
Bartle of Gettysburg, has been renovated
and refurnished, and is ready to entertain
travellers and the public generally. ft being
short distance from the Soldiers' National
Cemetery, it affords- convenient accommoda
tions for all visiting there, and the subscnber
flatters himself tha: none shall leave him dis
Also, Ice Cream and all kinds of refresh.
monis, at all hours, to accommodate proms.
enders. Give me a call.
JOSEPH LITTLE, Proprietor.
;burg, May 21, 1866. tf
PHILIP MILLER'S ESTATE.—Letters of
administration de bolls non, cum tesM
mento annex°, on the estate of rbilip
deceased, late of Hamilton twp., Adnsue co.,
having been granted to the undersigned, resi- -
ding in the same township, he hereby gives
notice to all persons indebted to said estate to
make immediate payment, and those having
niaims against the same to present them prop
erly authenticated for settlement.
HENRY L. MILLER, Jtdm'r.
July 9, 1866. 6t.
Tin subscriber will pay PM DOLLARS
per CORD for BLACK OAK BARK, da
I►rered at, his Taatterj, Ist Gettysburg.
'Valuable Properties ter Sale.
JOHN C. ZOIJOH, LAND AGgNT,
New OXVOID, ADAIIII COMM; PA.
Has for sale a camber of desirable proper
ties, to wkielt be asks the attention of those
wishing to porchase.
A FAME of Isar ACIMS, in Nfountpleasant
township, Adams county, with good Stone
House, good Born, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib,
Wash House, Orchard, Ake., near a tnrnpike
FORTY ACRES, with good House, Barn,
and other out-buildings, Orchard, ike., three
quarters of a mile from a railroad station.
good chance; terms easy.
173 ACRES OF LAND, on the road leading
from Hanover to Lictlesumn. Good limestone
farm; large Brick House, Baak Barn, and oth
er uut-haildiuse. The Littlestown Railroad
runs throagh the rear part of the place. Price
$B5 per acre.
A FARA OF 300 ACRES, in Cumberland
township, Adams county, three miles from
Gettysburg, at which place is a railroad and
good market. This faros can be divided Into
two farme, *ere belig already two seta of
improvements on the tract. The Improve-
Manta are a good two-story Dwelling House,
Barn, and other ottAssitillaga, and a Tenant
House with all improvemerats.
A SMALL FARM of 10 ACRES, with good
House and Bata, *ad other ont-bnildisgs—
good quality of land—good Store stand—
chance to keep toll gate and to attend to a
post offica. This is a good chimes; terns
1 TARN 0f,105 ACRES, an the Carlisle
turnpike, under good cultivatiot, with a large
Brick House, Bank Barn. Wagon Shed, Cora
Crib, Carriage House and tither eat-buildings,
LARGE FLOM! NULL, with lb Level of
Land. The mill has four pair of Barra, and
all machinery far doing merchant work. Best
water power in the county.
A FLEX of 115 ACRES, near the Hanover
terapike, on which is erected a good Hesse,
Barn, and all necessary out.bnildings.- the
land is in a good state of cultivation. this
property will be sold cheap.
A FARE of 195 ACRES, near lionterstewn.
/dams county, on which is erected a good
Rouse, Earn and other oat-buildings, and the
land is is a lee Mate of cultivation. This
farm will be said cheap.
A FARE of 38 ACRES, d acres in wood,
with one-and.a-halfstery House, good Barn
—land in good cultivation-31 riffles from
New Oxford, and 14 miles from Bonaughtowe.
18 ACRES of WOODLAND, 2 miles free
A FARM of 200 ACRES, good land, with
large Brick House, Barn, and 2 Tenant Rouses
—4O acres in wood—half a mile - from the COB,
A FARII of 180 Acres-225 can be par
chased—in Cumberland township, 2i miles
from Gettysburg, near Chambersburg pike;
large weatherboarded Novie, Bank Barn, kc.;
acres in wood. The Farm has been recently
M. V. LOCK.
A FARM of 120 ACRES, with good House
and Barn ; 12 acres in wood ; one mile west
A ROTEL, in New Oxford, two-story, toomy
and convenient for business. Good chance;
a number of good Houses and Lots for
sale in New Oxford.
Persons who wish to boy Real Estate, as
well at those who Wish to sell, are requested
to give tie subscriber a call at his store in
JORN C. ZOCCI, Land Agent,
New Oxford, Adams county, Ps
July 9, 1866, 6m-
IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, VA.,
Desiring, to change my basiness, I offer for
sale the FARM upon which I reside, 3 miles
southeast of Charlestown, Jefferson county,
Va., and 2 miles from the Shenandoah river,
containing bout 350 ACRES OF LIVE
STONE LAND, 60 in. fine Timber ; under good
fencing. The improvements are first rate.
The DWELLING was finished in
1860, and contains 14 rooms.
The out-buildings are of a Char.
actor to suit the farm, an corn-.
prise a good BARN, Corn and Carriage Douse,
Quarters, Tenents' Houses, Brick Smoke and
Ash Houses, Stone Spring Rouse, Poultry
Houses, kc., and all under cypress roofing.
Two fine Springs near the lionise, one in the
yard; cistern at the door; never-failing
stream through the farm, passing through the
barn-yard'; 2 young orchards of choice fruit,
containing about 250 trees.
I would call the attention of any one wish
ing a well improved farm to this property—
which can be divided into two farms, with
buildings on each, and fine water. - Any per
son wishing to see the land will call on D.
Humphreys k Co., in Chariest Own, who will
direct them to it.
July 4 3, 186 G
TTIE undersigned offers his FAME, with or
without the present crop,
Possession given immediately,
The Farm is 'Ablated In Cumberland town
ship, Adams county, adjoining lands of Win.
Douglas, Samuel Pitzer and others, containing
TWO II QIDRED AND FORTY ACRES, with
about thirty-bas acres of eicellent Woodland,
and the balance of the farm in a good state of
cultivation. The improvements are a good•
Two-story BRICE HOUSE, with
Spring Flous., Frame Barn, and ' , sun
other necessary outbuildings.— -
Any person desirous of seeingor purchasing
the above farm, can get all desired information
by calling on the undersigned, residing there
on. JULIUS HAFNER,
July 16,1888. tf
OF THE, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
GETTYSBURG, rendered on the morning
of the first Monday in July, 1863, as follows:
Loans and Discounts, $92,395 39
Due from Banks, 17,825 02
Premiums k Revenue Stamps, 1,138 47
U. S. Bonds, 150,350 00
Furniture and Fixtures, &c., 1,6311 81
Cash on band, 16,88,5 04
au.. Ins fund, ke.;
D. e Banks is Bunkers,
The above statement is correct to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
050, ARNOLD, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed before me this 10th
day of July, 1866. A. 2. COVER, f. P.
July 16,1866. 3t
OFTHE GETTYSBURG NATIPNAL BANK,
,Gettysburg, Jaly 2, 1868 :
Loans sad Discaunta,
U. S. Bonds deposited to secure
• circulation, 150,000 00
U. S. Bonds on hand, 60,809 00
Real Estate, 5,000 00
Expenses, 81 99
Due from Banks, . ' 10,783 67
Cash--lif. B. Legal Tender Notes, 08,00 90
Bills of solvent Banks, 9,359 00
Club Items,, 30 44
Bonds (personal) . 2,524 17
Due to Hanks,
Discounts, Profits k Loui, 18,103 13
Dividends unpaid, 1,327 73
State Beak Circulation, 108,198 00
July 10, POOL 3t
IREAKVIPLANTATION DITTIES, or Old
Bookoktood Togo, it Dr. L HOSNIaI
1.18. LAW: 1100 FF
Farm for Sale.
T. D. CARSON,Cafhisr,
KOWia t 1111ZAL1ZIM
TINS undersigned to still, Agent fth the sale
I of MOWING AND DRAPING MACHINES
—both combined and single Mowers.
These machines can 43 used as Self-Rakers
or Hand Rakers, as farmers may wish. They
are made with two cutter bars, see for cutting
, grain with sickle knife—cutting five leet nine
indica wide—sod extra bar, with two knives,
for gMms,--catting four feet six inches wide,
having iron or wooden frames as desire el.—
t They have two driving wheels and flexible fin
! ger bar.
The company building these machines have
secured by lease and purchase, the control of
ail the desirable and standard patents now in
ace, among which ere the
OHIO AID BUCKEYE PATENTS,
to which we direct special attention. la com
pastaess, lightness ot draft, excellence of work
manship and finish, combined with great
strength sad adaptation to alt kinds of work,
they will compete with, sad we believe, san
t:lass, any otter machine sow offered to the
Farmers wont! do well to examine these
machines before purchasing any other. They
will be sold as cheep at any other first• clam
machine now manufactered, and we warreat
these to. give entire astistactioa or en sale. '
gel... Extras always kept on band. Specimen
machines can be seen by calling ea the Agent.,
residing oe the Harrisburg real, two miles
IFILLIAX WIdLS , Agea.t,
Aprii 24, tam
H AS uovion heed a very large stock of
RBA° Y-SULDC CLOTHING,
nwatly of his own manafacturing and welt
made, embracing every Ilse and price.
A LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASSI.
welt edleeted sad very handsome styles, all of
which will be sold very cheap, for east Call
sad see them. GEORGE ARNOLD.
May 7, 1866. Sot
lIND ICE CREAN! SALOON.—The subseri
. her respectfully, informs the citizens of
Gettysburg. and vicinity that he has s Confec
tionery Establisftent, one don east of the
Eagle Hotel, o n Chanzhershuzg strait, to which
be woolljnvite their attention.
C•tkes, Candies, and every - description of
Confections, together with Nuts, Oranges, sad
14 kinds of fruits, always on hash.
is Parties, public and private, as well as tam
dies, will be furnished with all kinds of Cakes,
' ice Cream, (in pyramidal form or otherwise,)
and other refreshments at their houses, upon
Caving spent a lifi-time at the
flatters himself ,that he uuderaktnd 3 it and that
he is able to render . enti re sattstanyon.
Call and see his Confettionery. r
May 28, 1866. tr JO dist GRITEL
Lline 41E Coal.
QUINN& RRILLY have erected two addi
tional Lime 'Kilns, on the Railroad, and
are therefore better prepared then ever to sup
ply the best Of LIME, in large or small quanti
ties. Farmers and others can hereafter look
for a more prompt filling of their orders, and
are invited to extend and continue their fa
vors to a firm which i 3 making every effort to
accommodate them in the best manner possible.
They will also continue to keep on hand, for
sale, a good supply of the different kinds of
COAL, which they will sell at small profits.
Coal sad Lime delivered eapybere is Get
May 14, 1866. tr
Shoes, Gaiters; dre.
JOHN M. ILEILING,
IS CARLISLE STIRS?,
west side, a few doors from the Public Square
Gettysburg, has laid in as excellent assort
ment of Shoes, Gaiters, kc. ' for
MEN; WOMEN AND CHILDREN,
which be is offering at the very lowest profits.
Having bought for cash, at the latest reduc
tion, he is prepared to offer great bargains.
Boot and Shoe manufacturing rallied on at
the same pike, and `the best kind of work
made. JOua7Y. REILING.
May 11, 186 G. tf
eheap for Cash i
N EW STORE I
GROCERIES, .LIQUORS, &C.
THE undersigned has returned to ,Gettys
burg, and opened a new Store, on" Balti
more street, next door to the Post Office, and
nearly opposite the Conn-House, where he
offers felv sAle, CUE . AP roe casit, a large and
choice assortment of GROCERIES,—Sugais,
Coffees,, Teas,_ Molasses, Syrups, Salt, he.;
with Fish, Bacon, Lard, and so on.
Also, LIQUORS- , Wines, Spindles, Gins,
Whiskies, Rums, and everything else in the line.
Also, any quantity of Notions, to suit any
Recolleet this ix the place to bey cnt.ir roa
April 23, 1806.
$l5OO Ag Per
ent s ! r y e : r a y r w
re W E t
our IMPROVED, $2O Sewing Mazhines.—
Three- new. kinds. Under and upper feed.—
Sent on trial. Warranted five years. Above
salary or large commissions paid. The ONLY
machines sold in the United Stated for less'
than $.lO, which are fully Ueensed by More,
Wheeler 4. If ileos, Grover 4. Baker, Singer 4. Co.,
and Bacheider. AU other cheap machines are.
infriagementa, and the seller or seer are Wible
to arrestoine sad imprisonment. Illustrated cir
culars sent free. Address, or call upon Shaw
& Clark, at Biddeford, Maine, or Chicago, 111.
May 21, 1866. isly
A.notNer Large Stock
OF NEW GOODS
JUST RECEPirED AT GRIMES'S.
James A. Grimes, York street, has been to
the city again, to replenish ° his stock, which
went•off so rapidly, because it Was . so very
good and so very cheap. The new stock beats
anything he has yet offered to this community,
and he hopes all the people will come and see
for themselves. His new purchase of SYR
UPS can't be beat, and he will sell from a
pint up tO'sk barrel; his SUGARS are of all
varieties, including the very primest ; his
CaFFRES are the best in the market ; his
FISH are elegant; end his FLOUR extra.
He has ;of din a large lot of STONE-WARE,
which he offers cheap, and is sore aril please
—so with his WOODEN-WARE, QUEENS
WARR, LAMPS, PICKLES, SPICES, CON-
PECTIONARY, Tobacco and Began, and the
thonsand other things to be found in his very
full and complete Stara. By selling cheap,
and selling quick, he expects to get along
quite as well es those who have greater profits,
but sell slower. [June 11, 1846.
I 3,731 89
APPLICATION will be made at the next
regular session of the Legislature of
Pennsylvania for the Incorporation of a Sav
ings' Inaatution, to be located in the Borough
of Littlestown, Adams county, Penn'a., under
the name and style of "THE LITTLEST° WN
SAVINGS' INSTITUTION," the intention of
which shill be to loan out money and receive
deposits thereof, and do such things as are
usually, done by similar Institutions; the nay . -
ital thereof not to exceed One Hundred Thodll.:
and Dollars, to be divided into shares of Fifty
Jai/ 2, I$6G. Ma
TOSEPH BLOCHER'S ESTATE.—Letters
tj testemenutry: on the estate of Joseph Bloch
er, late of Monatjoy township, Adams county,
deceased, having been granted to the under
signed, the drat named residing in Itloantjoy
township, Adams co., and the last named la
West kfanheim township, York co., they here
by give notice to all persons indebted to said
estate to melte immediate payment, aid those
baying claims against the same to present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
Jane 25,1888. et Exeentors.
tA.T PRIVA.TS SALE.--Several HOUSES
can be purchased at Private Sale by call
rig on FAHNESTOCK BROTHSBS.
Dec. 15. 1868. tt
0000 SBOOND HAND MOWING MA.
CRINR will be mold °beep by
Julie 15, 1868.
GEO. F. &ALBFLEISCIL
MILL WEAT GIL SCHENCK 18 DOING.
ein. H. SDNESCIE
DIAZ &a:--I feel it s duty I owe to jcnr,
and to all who are entering under the diseases
known to donsomption and Liver Complaint,
to let them know what great benefits I *ire
received from your Pulmonic Syrup and Sea
-1 weed Tonic in so short a time. By the blew.
ling of God it has cared me thus far.
Gr. Schenck, I winnow make my statement
to yea as follows: About-eighteen months
ago I was attacked with a severe cough, and
it settled en maiming : I could not retain any
; thing I ate, and suffered with evening fevers
) and night sweats. I vie very lunch reduced.
The whites or my eyes were very yellow;
my skin; my appetite all gene, and u oft.
ble to digest what I did ent;, be welt swollen,
1 irregular apt costive. I was very low spirit
ed, and had suck violent spells of toughies
when I'laid down at night and when I arose la
the morning that they would last one or two
I then would be nearly exhausted, and was
entirely unable to lie on my left side. I can
not describe toy wretched suffering as I would
wish ,to do. Every organ in my body was
diseased or deranged. Such was my situation
at this time, and I was confined to my bed
from the last of February, 1862, to June, 1863,
not able toils up. I had the best of medical
attendee°, the whole of the time. My cough
was so very bad that it rackod me very much.
lat this time raised a large quantity of thick
yellow, offensive matter, enmetimes with blood,
and it was generally accompanied by nausea
and a furred and thick coated tongue. At the
time of coughing so had') I would have fits, p,
trheorlng pains in my tett side and heart, light
sweats, and soreness all through my whole
chest; had mach inward fever, pain in my
back and under my Shoulder blades and in
the small of my back, ancrat times so severe
that it would throw me into spasms. Now my
physician gave me up to die. Others I had,
and the best of them, but they could do noth
ing for me, and at that time I was nothing
but skin and bones. 1 then was in the 'Wes
tern part of Missomt la Jaae last we 'left
there for the East, and ia Augustiast we came
to New York,and I was an reduced that I could
only walk a little with : my haibaatre
After I had been here a short time the mat
water breeze made me feel much better kW a
time and then I bad again to call a physician
for aid. We bad four of the beet physicians
of New York on the diseases of the lungs, sad
doctors of all kinds, but of at avail. They
said I was past cure, and that my lunge were
too far gone for any one to cure me. But at
this time I was on my feet about the house,
not able to do much of anything. In Notem
ber last I grew worse, and the consumption
dirarticea set in and lasted about eight weeks.
We had tried all and everything that I could
grasp of like a dying permit for my disease"—
consumption and liver complaint—but of no
In January, 1863, I was brought down again
on my bed, and was not expected to live the
night out. My .husband stayed at my side,
and other friends, and they all gave me sp to
die. At this time every one who saw me, aid
not think I'would ever leave my be a liVing
woman. The first night I was attacked 'With
spasm., and was deranged most of the time
A friend, Mrs. Barris, earns to see are the:last
of the week, and brought the Sunday Merchry.
In it was in account of a great cure perfOrm
ed by Dr. Schenck. She read it to me, arid it
was so mach like ray eseage that I askecil my
'husband to go and see him for me.' At this
time I had gives up all hopes of ever getling
well again, and made my peace with God, to
be ready whenever he called for me.
Os the 27tk of Jaaaery, 1861, say busbssd
called .on Dr. Schenck, 32 Vend street, *ew
York, and Mated to him my case, with I ; re
quest fn. him to call see me, which be did,
and examined me with the - respiromett.:—
When he was about to go I asked him i .be
could cure me? His reply was: "I carMiet
tell, both lungs are diseased, and the bronchial
tubes are affected on both sides." And yet he
seemed to think there were lungs enough left
to effect a cure if the diarrhcea could be
stopped. He said in order to do this, he would
have to give me Mandrake Pills in small doses
at first, to carry off the morbid matter, and
then, with astringents, he hoped to check it,
which he did, but the constant coughing, night
sweats, and diarrimea bad prostrated me so
that he was afraid my vital powers were tort
much prostrated ever to rally, and yet, be
seemed - to think if I could live to get enough
Palmonic Syrup through my system tp Mule
expectoration there were lungs enough left for
me to recover. He wished me to try the Put
atonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic at once, say
ing it would - do me no harm, if it did nee, se
good. The first week it seemed to give me
strength, so that on Sunday after I sat up In
bed and ate hearty for a sick woman; but the
next week I lost all hope mad wished my hits
btuad not to give me way more medicins. Rat
the'doctor had warned him of tills, and when
the medicine was clearing out the system it
made them feel somewhat restless, and toper
severe; and ht insisted on my taking it; and
now I feel the benefit of it. Fur after eight
days I began to gain my strength, and, with
the exception of a cold that put the back Iroise,
I have been gaining strength of body, my
cough is going away, and all my pains are
gone ; no soreness of the body, my bowels are
regular, and my breath is sweet, and I thank
God that I am now going about, and sew aad
read as well as ever i could. I have taken.
sixteea bottles of the medicine, eight of each.
I now have a good appetite and rest well at
light my cough does not trouble me Vet
ting up or lying down. I would here say to
the afflicted with coajumption or liver coat
plaint, that Dr. Schenck is no humbug. You
can rely on what he says. Delay not ; it is
dangerous to trifle with these diseases. If
you would be cured, go at once 4 and any one
wishing to know the facts as herein stated can
call at my residence, 117 West Houston street,
Few York city.
MRS. MARY P. FARLOW.
We, the undersigned, residents of New York,
are acquainted with Mrs. Farlow, and know
her statement to be true. We also know that
she used Dr. Schenck's Palmonic Syrup and
Seaweed Tonic, and have reason to believe
that to this medicine she awes her preserva
tion from a premature grave.
B. FARLOW, 117 West Houston st.
EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 Greenwich at.
Mrs. E. UNDERHILL. 678 Greenstich st:
AUGUSTA UNDERHILL 676 Greenwich st.
A. E. HARRIS, 117 West Houston st.
EMILY GLOVER, 117 West Houston at.
T. L. COLE, 33 Cottage pl.
M. A. LEIGHTON, 483 Broadway.
Mrs. BENJAMIN CLAPP, 19° Amity pl.
I am well acquainted with Mrs. Mary F.
Farlow, and with her husband, Mr. B. Farlow,
they haying, for a few mouths past., attended
at my•c"hurcb, and I am convinced that, any
Ctitement which they might make may be re
lied on as true. JOHN DOWLING, D. D.,
Pastor of Bedford St. Baptist Church, N.Y.
Dr. Schenck will be professionally at his
principal office, No. 15 North Sixth street,
corner of Commerce, Philadelphia, every Sat
urday, frcm 9 A. M. until 4 P. M. ; No. 32 Band
street, New York, every Tuesday, from 9 to 3;
No. 38 Summer street, Boston, Mass.,. every
Wednesday, from 9to 3 and every other Fri
day at 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore Mil.—
All advice free, but for a thorough examina
tion of the lungs with bis Bespirometer, the
charge is three dollars.
Price of the Pulmonic Sykap and Seaweed
Tonic, each $1 50 per bottle, or $7 50 par
halt dozen. Mandrake Pills, 25 cents per box.
For *ale by all Druggists and Deaden.
July 23,1 He. Ins
The Very Latest!
TACOFIR k BROTHER,
Cloth*, CassinuTea and Ve tint's.
Jolt received from the city s splendid as
GENTS' PIIIINISTIING GOADS,
of every desoription. Suits made to order it
e most fashionable and substantial mintier.
Il work guaranteed to fit or no sale. Cus
tomers cannot fail to be pleased. Give as
WT. S.—We are agents for the celebrated
SINGER SEWING MACHINE, and always have
the machines on hand and for sale. We can
recommend them as being the best machines in
use. JACOBS 4 BRO.
May 28, 1866.
OLD, SILVER, STEEL, and other
to unit all ages, always on hand, and Stud to
sight. J. BEVAN,
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