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V. lIP I INFERBOrrid CHEAP CLOTHING
ifND FURNISIIINO STGRIC, et the North,
orner of the Diamond. The subse.riber '
..I constantly IQ recellit bffresh gogOlht from the'
algirit'Citiegg Nis mock of
. fOLIDY-MADE CLOTTIlh'il _.
Js qUe' of the I.trgest end most attractive, as
„weft as the chhapest establishment of the kind
ju the eciontiy. Yon will there find COATS',
/fibiTil 4119 VESTS, made np in the most
i ldsitiontlile Myles, and of the beet rostebials, '
i sl a 1... raitet, aosl ,p,rle,ee, !for men end boys.— I
pollens en •t furnishing goods or every
Wool dessrip- I
pen, Shirts, Muslin Shirts, Hickory
'Shins and Merino Shirts, Merino, Wool and
Jotton Drawers, Hosiery orevery deecription
uck.sfkin, Merino and Hutton Gloves, Hand
, •erchiets, Neck Ties, Cravats, Linen and Paper
Collart, Hats, (lips, Boots and Shoes. Urn
.rellas, Trunks , Yalicas, Carpet Bags, Clothes
and Shoe Angles, Hair and Tooth Brushes,
,lihise B) eking, 'Pocket and Dressing Combs,
ivory 'Combs, Watches, Clocks and 'Jewelry,'
puns, Pistols, Violins and Violin Strivs,
_Oust", and Perfugeries,.Stationery of alt kin Is,
'rocket Knives,lsmoing and Chewingi Tot.e.c.
co, Pipes, en extra quality of Began. In faci,
lii. stock embrace, everything usually foetid
,in a first class Wiggling store. I' invite the
attention of all to come end see for themselves,
anyl ant determined to sell goods lower them
otherestablisbment in the country. ' Don't
furget the place. Corner of York street and
f the Yirstueni. JACOB BRINti."EftIIQFP.
July 4, 18C4.
Af f4tßpLE WOJitg!SI
pntaitiojorespect,ire I Opposite the Court
dvery descripttop of work executed 4 1 the
finest style or the art.
Jane 4, .86'5. , tf
,tireat Re4nclion In Prices. '
%AIN STOCK 1311.4Ti11.1118
are saw selling
()OD CA.1.1C048 .4.T 124 138:N? $,
;JEST I.l, 4 WlAA.Clilii,e AItISLIN 'AZ 28418.,
'aulall o t her (hole iii proportion.
ityuu want (MEAN liooda; now Is WI 140
to 14Y at at
flettyaborg, 1/Br. 20, 1869.
W. B. BIDDLIt. H. S. BENNER.
5t.999 ljusljii. Grain Wanted.
ir.W FIRM AT THE OW/ WARSHOUSE.
Wl, R. 810 l lI h CO. would inform the
public that they haveleasel the Warehonse
on the corupr of Stratton street and the Rail.
Jul, In 04tysburgovhere they wilt carry on
' TOE 'DRAIN AND PItODUCK BUSINESS,
in all its branches. The highest prices will
'always be paid for Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats,
!lover and Timothy Seeds, Flaxseed, Sumac,
Jlay and StreW, Dried Fruit, Nuts, SouP,Hums,
Shoulders nod Sides, Potatoes, with every
thing else in the country produce lice.
' GROCRIIIES.—On hand, for sale, Coffees,
Pupas, Molasses, Syrups, Teas, Spices, Salt,
llieese, Vinegar, Soda, Mustard, Starch,
'Drowns, Packets, IMacking, Soaps, &c. Also
COAL 011,, Fish Oil, Tar, kc. FISH of all
° kinds; Spikes tied Nails; Smoking and Chew
'. They are always able to supply a first rate
j unkie of Flour ) with the different kinds of
Man, Grounii rlaster ' with Gus.noe •us .
other fertilisers. CURL, by the bushel, ton or
riir load. . •
' They will runs Lai; OF PRR(G FIT CARS
from' Gettysburg to Baltimore once every
week. They are prepared to convey Freight
either way, In any quantity, at REDUCED
71ATES. They a iil attend, ff &sir' d, to the
snaking of purchases in the pity, and dflicering
the goods promptly in Gettysburg. ; Their
tat. Pea to the Warehouse of Nathan S l oop dc.
Vo., No. 128 North Iloward et., near Franklin,
)30:tin:tore, where freight will be received gt
any time. They invite the attention of the
public to their line, aasuriag them thit they
Neill spire ao effort to accommodate all who
inay patronize them.
April 18, MG* tf
BIDDLS & BENNER.
CALL AND SEE, US IN OUR NEW QUAR
GRRAT A??R ACTION 1
MICHAEL SPANGLER Would respectfully
Inform his friends and'the public generally
that he has moved his Store into the commo
dious room on the southeast corner of the Dia
isOnd, at •hicb place el are in•:Red to call.
lie has puitbesed the property,.-and bad it
thoroughly repaired and fitted up in the m
splendid style,for the special cordfort and co
c*nietice of Ws customers. We sow flatter
ourselves that we bare not only the best store
'room in the county, but the finest stock of
good ,eves brevet to this place, all of which
we are Dor selling at prices.to
We Cali altuatturi especially to our complete
'PTO AIM FANCY DRY GOODS,
' embrooiog nil descriptions of -.
"MASS GOODS, tillitSS SILKS, DELAMES;
EIIINOES, CASHMEIIE4, C4LIGUIIS, MUK
LINS, CORSETS, Hoop Skirts Gir Liulies nod
Jensen, gosier,t, Gloves, Embroidery, Trim
Also, Gent's FURNISiitNii GOODS, Cloths,
P,estineres, Cassinets, Tweeds, he., Arc.
We are now selling—
)4a.slins from to 28.
Filicoes from • to to 18.
end other goods in proportion.
Haring male ou/ purchases when goode
wore at their very'lowest grade in the city, we
`are nor Offering bargains Itiot cannot fail to
p l 44e , iqvita all to call at our NSW
bilultS and see if It is not so.
• 14, 41),,4.xqt,R,tt.
April 16, 1803.
E. at H. T. antroxy dc CO., •
itantifaeturers of Photo - graphic materials,
Wholesale and Retail,
, 801 HROADWAY, NEW YORK:
on to our main business of PHOTO
' GRAPHIC MATERIALS we are Headgear
,l.ers for the following, xis:
§f American and Foreign Cities and Land
' !gapes, Gronps, Statuary, kc.
STEREOSCOPIO VIEWS OF THE WAR,
From negatites Tide In the various cam
paigns and Ranting a complete 'Photographic
)iist,ory of the great contest.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS,
Atiapted for either the Magic Lantern or the
/Stereoscope. Oar Catalogue will be sent tQ
any addreva on receipt of stamp. •
We manufacture more largely than any oth
er 'house ' obont 2,00 varieties trent 60 ,cents to
po each. Our ALBUMS have the reputation
of being superior in beauty and durability to
Fawn PEICITOGRATES - Or GENERALS, STATESMEN
4C70113, ETC., ITC
'Oar Ostalogueembraces over FIVE THOU
."*BANP different subjects, including reproduc
ions of the most celebrated Eagravings,Paint
pgr, Scathes, kc. Cats Wipes sent on receipt
silfgaisphers and others • ordering goods
please remit. Vi per cent of the
amonai Irish their order." '
R oirrhi 'prices and ga'ality of oor goods
June iB, 146 q,
aelsOspie dr Gas Stoves. '
TauEL AND COFFBE BOILERS, GLUE
• POTS, OIL CANS, ko., ko.
• All the Cooking for 4fa
7f he do4e frith N-r elf*
4 -iewe'oll, or' Gas, with le 'Wig
f allir tro igo re, add et lest e x pense,-1/11 ,
Ociprissis by any othailhet. -se
Mach Article mannfitoturedbY this Conspitey
le-lisstiesktiti4 to perform all that is claimed
'.--? ;";"j Send for Cireolar.,i4
",-- • !Anal Discount to As trade.
1,-4.SII4IOSENN 'LAMP BRATER, 00.,
;:. e'r'.i $O6 Pear; Soar, N. F.' 1
July 18, 1816. *ll ; •
*Coal ita4. Lumbeir,
9060111100iftiert,:y, st'thiß. Yir li d tTitti of'
IX' 00i'. last RilOroo4 gig.
13. WOODS' • .
puts? l'otA PO 4%44
Irti, SHOE, NOTIOIf AYM' PI
Where you can buy the cheapest and but
Foods in torn,
Corner of tho Diainnid and York Street.
'ITS FOR 01,D MOS.—Soh snot A39' brims.
HATS FOR FASI3IIII4I.IBLR MEN.—Always
the latest out: ,
[TATS FOR yOUNG MEN.—"The latest Is-
RATS FOR BOYS.—Srery variety and style.
HATS FUR CHILDREN.—.Neat and fashion."-
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS FOR MEN AND BOYS.—Oheap and
SHOES FOR BEN AND BOYS.--A large ss
SHOES FORJ L cheap and neat.
SHOES rya CHILDRBN . .—The best 'assort-
ment in town.
CUTTERS OF lITHRY STYLK.For Ladies,
STOCKING OP ALL KINDS. —Por Ladies,
Ile demon . and Children.
OLOVES.—!or Men, liadiei and Children,
chimp as ever.
NECK-TIM—A splendid assortment.
,p4PER COLLAR-S.—For L.tdies and Gentle.
LANEY HANDKERCHIEFS.—Bordered and
Plain. for Ladies and Gents.
CAMBRIC, HANDKERCHIEFS.—`Iice - and
- • eh y ap forohll4ren.
COMBS.— um and Horn.
SUSPEND RS . —A general assortment.`'
GARTERS. Best Elastic for Lathes and Chil
drOn. it '
001ISETS.—The best fitting and most 'nom
farkible at low prices.
SPOOL C Trox.— T ot all colors, cheapest
an best. '
- ' 7 .IIITETY GOODS.'
UMBRELLAS—At lowest. prices,
LADIES' BASKETS—Cheapest in town.
CARRIAGE WHIPS—Of best India Steel.
STROPS—That make a keen edge.
sgAyptiG !SOAP AND BRUSHES—The very
• - best. ~
LEAD PENCILS—Of tbebest make.
SHOE BRUSIIES-LCheap but good.
CARPET SACKS-Plain andSailroad.
TRUNES—Of all sills
tilirßefore purchasing always call at the
FIRST NATIONAL STORE and gave money
by buying cheap. ' 11. B. WOODS.
'June It, 066. .
Q ' • ICKING'S
0 NEW P
kl" Stock of Cheap Clottlioz at
WAVED OUT I THE HIGH PRICES.-
11 - . - Call and be satisfied by pricing Clothing
TT CAN'T BE DENIED, THAT PICKING has
i the largest assortment of Coats, Pants and
Vests, in the county.
(BUNKS AND CARPET BAGS, in endless
variety, Olean at PICKING'S.
T IS EVEN SO I A large stock of Over
shirts, Suspenders, Umbrellas, White and
Calico shirts, cheap at PICKING'S.
ItkTICE! NICER! I NICEST 111 All kinds
1 . 1 Sunday and every-day sults cheap.
GENTEELI GENTEELERI I GEOREL
gF II 1 Black 'Cloth Frock, and Sack
Coats; also all kinds of Cassimere, Duck, tot
t9u and Olen Coats. -Call at PICKING'S.
IT IS INDEED, ASTONISHING, what a
large and cheap assortment of ants ran
be had at ,of
- 17EEP TIME I Fine assortment 'locks 1
11 chimp at - PIC 'S.
0 LISS , TALKING, lint come right' along
and price Clothing, Notions, Atc.ovt
1( if US CAL INSTRUMENTS. Violins, Ac-
Ili c rdions, Flutts and Fifes, to be had at
ARE YOU 1N? For a cheap snit. Then
'mil at PICKING'S.
CA REENBACKS, or any other kind of good
Ilnimey, taken in exchange for Coats,
Pants, ests, ice ~ at PICKING'S.
WEE GREAT SENSATION of the day
-1 Pi .king's Clothing Store.
I sSommer Spring and Smer Clothing.
ND SEE Picking's Chcap-Clotyng
STOP'A MOMENT I—What's 'he hurry? I
want to get a snit, at PICKING'S.
NICITHER EARTH is putting on a new snit.
Let, all the people go to Picking's and dc
ltkewis, ' - [April 23, 1866.] r
N6RIILS STILL AIMED!
1866. ri j s U b S a l s . j F n R s
t ° rltnTrn E e f l r r o Y m l the N'r.
ty with the finest and cheapest lot of reedy
made clothing ever offered in Gettysburg.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE I Next door
to Enebler's Drug store,
where yonl will find
the largest and best selection of HATS and
CAPS in Gettysburg.
JE-Rl5-SA-LEM I—What nice Pan and 1
Vat; Norris has at his new Store. He beats,
HIGH PRICES PLAYED 01—Norris
sells Gloves ns cheap as they were before the
ND THE COLORED TROOPS FOUGHT
NOBLY I—lf yon don't believe it juts go to
Norris' New Store and he will convince you
that "Woolen" Goods are cheaper than they
have been since the war.
COME IN OUT OF THE WET !—Norris has
Umbrellas so sheep that it is cheaper to keep
dry than run around in the rain.
NECKTIES, YUTTERFLIESand everything
in that line at NORRIS'S.
LOCKWOOD, LINEN LINED I—Paper Col
lars and Linen Collars of all kinds and sizes
KEEP TIME I—Fine assortment •of Clocks
and warrantedto keep time at NORRIS'S.
VALISES, TRUNKS, and Carpet Bags,. of
every description at NORRIS'S.
SARATOGA I—Norris keeps the latest Sar
ON THE ROAD TO BRIGIMNI—The la
test Brighton Hats at - ,NORRIS!:S.
THE LATEST RESORTE I—Norris ha! the
latest Resorte Vats and the best quality i/ the
/ YOUNG DRIVING BOYS ILDon't forget
that Norris has the latest Driving Hats out.
May 7, 1866. a
A Lecture to You g Men
TM, published, in a sealed envelope.—
Prbe 6 cents. A Lecture on the nature,
treatment and radical curs of Spermatorhms,
or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
Sexual Debility and Impediments to Marriage
generally, Nervousness, Consumption, Epi-
I-pay, avid Pits ; Mental and Physical incapa
city, resulting from Seli-Abase, kn. By Rob
ert J;Calverwell, M. D., author of the "Green
The world renowned author, in this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves, from his own ex
perience, that the awful consequences of Self
Abuse may be effectually removed without
Medicine, and without dangerous surgical opt
rations, bonglee, instrnmenis, rings, or cordi
als, pointing out a mode of cure at once cer
tain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no
matter that his condition may be, may cure
bintself cheaply, privately and radically. This
Lecture will prove a boon to thousands. Sent
ander seal to any address, in a plain, sealed
envelope, on receipt of six cents, or two post
atfe stamps. Also Dr. CulverwelPit Marriage
Guide, price 26 cents. Address
CHAS. S. C. %LINE k Co.,
•127. Bowery, New York, P. 0. box 4586
April 23, 18§6. ly _
CALL and 'see the most beautiful assort
ment of . new JEWELRY, such at
Breast-pins, E.tr Drops,
• finger Ring, Lockets, Chains, be.,
at J. BEVAN"B , ,
Opposite the B4uk, Gettesbetz.
rSIIRS' ADA.IN.T ACCIDENTS is the
TRAVELLERS INSURI&NC4 COMPANY
HARTFORD. It has paid eye mu &mired
pad forty s44lasid dollar. to holders of its poli
ies) inclidings9l,lo to tweaty-eight policy-
R01de0:144;542 la premiums.
866 it t1.%4s l
'. s Y°l can
ediemes, ke ,. '
CI WARS it bpi Is the plate tjj gOS a kitalhj •
otOkoeeriei OBRA P.. -'-'
. i . -c,- ..... ---•—
Vios *lnv ,ilist.eretnna44 f4ur
-.420 cuife. with -fa inusease *sop!, of
WARN k GROCERIES, which they are
offering at their old stand in Baltimore street,
at prim tounit the times. Our stock consists
fn part of
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, '
CABINET MAKER'S TOOLS,
ALL KINDS OF IRON, Sc.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
OILS, PAINTS, ace., Le. There is no article
included in the several departments mentioned
above but what can be bad at this Store.—
Every cLssa of Mechanics can be accommodated
here with tools and findings, and Housekeepers
can And every article in their line. Give us a
call, as we are prepared to sell as low for cash
as any house out of the city.
JOhl. B. DANNER,
Gettysburg, May 16, 1864.
Sebtek Still Ahead!
NEW SPRING (100081
.REDUCTION IN PRICES I
J. L. SCHICK
would respectfully say to the citizens of Get
tysburg and vicinity, that be is now receiving
at his store a splendid
STOCK OF SPRING GOODS.
The stock consists in part of Fancy sqd
Staple DRY GOODS, of every description.
SILKS, NIGZAMBIQUE, OHALLIES, DE
LAINES, BOMBAZINES, ALPACCAS,
of all qualities and choicest styles, which will
be sold at PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION.
of all kinds, including Silk, Linen and Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Stockings, Sc.
Also, a splendid assortment of RIBBONS,
Laces and Edgings, Umbrellas . and Parasols.- •
My stock of WHITE GOODS will be fonnd full
and complete, and customers may rely upon
always getting good goods at the lowest Possi
Gentlemen will find it to their advantage tc
call and examine my stock of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VPSTINGS,
of-all qualities and choicest styles.
April 16, 1866. J. L. SCHICK.
The Great Discovery
OF THE AGE.—lnflammatoryand Chronic
Rheumatism can be cared by using R. L.
MILLER'S CELEBRATED RHEUMATIC MIX
TURE. Many prominent citizens of this, and
the adjoining - counties, have testified - to its
great utility. Its success in Rheumatic affec
tions, has been hitherto unparalleled by any
specific, introduced to the public. Price 50
cents per bottle. For saleby all druggists and
storekeepers. Prepared oniy oy rt. L. MILLER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, East Berlin,
Adams county, Pa., dealer in Drugs, Chemicals,
Oils, Varnish, Spirits, Paints, Dye-stuffs, bot
tled Oils, Essences and Tinctures, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, &c.,
W.A. D. Buehler is the Agent in Gettys
burg for' U. L. M,iller's Cclebrated Rheumatic
Mixture." . [June 3, 1861. tf
Lainenster Book Bindery.
cI EORGE IVIANT, •
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
Plain and Ornamental Binding, of every de
executed in the most substantial Ind
E. W. Brown, Esq., Farmers Bnnk of Lancaster
W. L. Peiper, Esq., Lancaster County Bank
Samuel Shock, Esq., Columbia Bank.
Sam net Wagner, Esq., York Bank.
William Wagner, Esq., York County Bank.
T. H. Carson, Esq., Bank of Gettysburg.
Peter Martin, Esq., Proth'y of Lancaster co., Pa
Geo. C. Hawthorn, Esq., Register " "
Geo. Whitson, Esq., Recorder " tt
April 15, 1861
A W. FLEMMING continues the business
of SALE. CRYING, and solicits the con
tinued patronage of the public. It is his con.
stunt endeavor to give satisfaction. Charges
moderate. Residence in Breckinridge street,
P. B.—Be is a licensed Anetiopeer, under the
Tax Law of the United States.
Nov. 24, 1862.
MITE undersigned, being the authorized person
I to make removals into Elv er Green Gime
tery,Lopesthat such 10 contemplate the removal
of the, remains of deceased relatives or friends
will avail themselves of this season of theyear to
have it done. Removals made with promptness
—terms low, and no effort spared to please.
- 4 PETER THORN,
March 12, '6O. Beeper of the Cemetery.
Noah Walker & Co.,
[465 AND IG7 BALTIXDBZ STREET,
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 articles, either ready made or
made to measure, to any part of the country.
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 RBA_DY
MADE MILITARY GOODS.
Baltimore, Feb. 22, 1864.
EWPORT & ZIEGLER, Mechanical Bak—
era, South Washington street, halt square
from the Eagle Hotel, GETTYSBURG, Pa.—
Constantly on band, the best of BREAD,
CRACKERS; CAKES, PRETZELS, &e. 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 20, '63. tf
HE undersigned would most respectfully Tinform the public that he continnee . the
at his shop, lately Philip Dcersom's adjoining
Troxel'a paint shop; in East Middle street,
Gettysburg, where he will at all times be pre
pared to do Bleckemithing work to Carriages,
finggies,•Wagons, dre. That he %noon how to
do' all jobs:of the kind will not be questioned
by them who have a knowledge of his tong
experience at the businliss. Come on with
your work, and you will be satisfied when you
take it away—and for which he will receive
Cash or Couutiy Produce.
Afar. 20, 1885. tf
Carris., - *making Business.
rp BB war being over, the undersigned have
at their otd stand, in Mist 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, AC.,
on hand, which they will dispose of at the
lowest prices ; and all orders will be supplied
s.4'promptly and satisfactorily as possible.
dope with dispatch, and at cheapest rates.
A large lot of new and old HARNESS on
hand for see.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore enjoyed by them, they solicit and wilt en
deavor to deserve a large share in the future.
DANNER & ZIEGLER.
July 10, 1865. tf _
FrIIE stibteriber ban some valuable WEST.
ERNT LANDS, which he will trade for one
or more FARMS in thie county. The lands
are well located, 444 very desirable for farm
ing. Early application desired.
idettysbing, April 3, 1365. tf
Picture Frames. •
Cf BEAT variety of PUMAS FRAMES,
• with plain and Donee &nets, kit 0 4
Orner's Drug aid yirjety Mat&
.1‘,4,110 101186 f.
res I L () MADE
&SE SYSTEM ADOPTED,
The undersigned most respectfully invite
their old customers end the public generally
to call sad see their Goods at the new prices.
We have - /
A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
which we have concluded to run off at the
lowest p Rouble prices. We intend doing what
we say; therefore all persona desirous of making
money in the easiest way (by saving it in their
purchases) will not fail 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, and trust that we
shall merit a continuation of the same; and
stool—as we shall use our best endeavors to
please all who may favor us with a call.
sir Don't forget the place.
DANNER k SHIELDS,
Fairfield, Adams county, Pa.
N. B.—We are Agents for Miller's Superior
Family Flour, and Johnson's celebrated Blast
ing Powder. [Feb. 26, 1866. tf
AT THE OLD STAND.
I bare associated with me, in business, my
son, John Y. McCreary, under the firm and
style of D. McCreary & Son, and I desire to
lay to my old friends and the public generally
that since the war, the manufacture of Saddles,
Harness, Collars, &0., has been revived at the
old established and well known stead on Bal
timore street, one square south of the Court
House, Gettysburg, Pa.
Having had an experience of 90 years in
this establishment, I feel assured, that, with
renewed attention to business, we can still
further merit and receive a full share of pub
lic patronage. DAVID McC,REARV.
With inchased facilities for' condttcting our
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 Farmers and others to the superior
quality of our
Plain or Quilted fleatlide Leathers,
Horn Saddles, flames, all kinds, with
Plain or Quilted Seat or withoutfaatenings
no Horn, Floosings,
Plain or Quilted Seat Scotch Collars(leather)
Side Saddles, " (ticking)
Plain or Fancy Saddle N'o Seam Collars,
Cloths, 1 Best Welt Harness Col-
Wagon Saddles, lays,
Riding Bridles, of akPatent Leather Collars,
kinds, fair or black, stitched or unstitched
rounded or flat, Best Le.ther Wagon
Martingals, Whips, 4,4 i and 5
Carriage Harness, all lest I , ngl
styles, silver or black Plaited Team 'Whips,
mounted, I Trotting Whips,
Heavy Draft Harness, f.adies' Riding Twigs,
Blind Bridles, Whip Lashes,
Girths, Horse Blankets, '
Cruppers, &c., &c.
In short, everything that pertains to a first
class general horse furnishing establishment
constantly on hand or made to order promptly,
of the very beat material, and by themost ex
perienced workmen in the country, (two bar
ing worked in this establishment for the last
We are now manufacturing an excellent lot
of Heavy Draft and Harness Collars for those
who prefer onr.gwn 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,. as our work cannot f, it to,
Feb. 5, 1866. tt
CULP .1 . EARNSDAW'S LINE.
HAVING purchased the Waiehodse and
Cars herZtofore owned by ,Samuel Herbst,
the undersigned take pleasure in announcing
to the public that they will Tun a
LINE OF FREIGHT CARS
from Gettysburg to Bali itifore every-week. They
are prepared to convey Freight either way, in
anyquantity. They will attend, it desired, main
making of purchases in the city. and deliver
ing the goods promptly at Gettysburg. Their
cars run to the Warehouse of STEVEN
SON & SONS, 163 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
who 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. CULP & EARNSHAW.
Great Reduction of Prices
CORIUM OP DIAMOND AND 011.1.MOREMORG STRZEP.
JOHN Al. SWAN,
Haring just returned from the city, respect
fully- informs his customers, and the public,
that be bas succeeded in forming a connection
with one of the first Importing Houses in the
city of Baltimore, by which he is enabled to
offer Groceries at a fewer figure than they
can be purchased elsewhere in the county.—
If you would save money, call at the Cheap
Grocery,corner of Diamond and Cbambersburg
street. lie sells exclusively for Cash, and is
determined to be ahead of all others in selling
cheap. Give him a call befoge purchasing
elsewhere. JOLOMI. SWAY.
TRAVELLERS LVSURANVE CO.,
OF lIARTPOIID. CONN.,
Cash Assets, Dec. 1,41513,839.12,
ACCIDENTS FROM RUNAWAY HORSES,
ACCIDENTS PRO RSLIPPERY SIDE WA LKS
ASSAULTS BY BURGLARS AND ROB BERS
SPRAINED ANKLES AND BROKEN LIMBS
EXPLOSIONS, COLLISIONS, BURNING 41;
. . _
birPolieies of any amount from $540 to
$lO,OOO in case of fatal accident, or $3 to $5O
weekly compensation in case of disabling bod
ily injury, and from one month to fire years
time, at small premiums.
Oldest and Beat Accident Ins. Co. Extant.
J. G. BATTERSON, Pres't.
RODNEY DENNIS, See'y.
!Grit A PICKING, Agent, Gettysburg.
April 9, 1886. 3m
OF BOTH OUR SHOPS TO CHAMBERS
OPEN TO -DAY, MAY 17, 16'66.
We take special pleasure is announcing to
our friends and customers that we have this
day opened our ICE CREAM SALOONS, at
our new stand in Chamberstoirg street, nearly
opposite the Lutheran Church. We have had
the apartments fitted np in the best style.—
Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call.
We will also lavish Ice Cream in any
tity to public or private parties, at prices "un
precedented. We will also have constantly on
band Fresh Cakes, which we will furnish to
all parties and pie-nice at the shortest notice.
MEAD AND MINERAL WATER
can always behad icy and cool and stall hours.
Haring had a lifelong experience in the
manufacture of all the foregoing articles we
ask the pttronage of the pn.dic zenerally.
May 21,1866. tf MINNIGH & BRO.
(IF every variety, Including the "Noble
I L J Cook,' "Royal Cook," "Waverly," "Orn
amental," "Oriental." dtc. Also, Tin-ware,
Hollow-ware, and every va
riety of Kitchen Furniture—including a varie
ty of Lanterns. Also, a new and much im
proved Flour Sifter, for sale by
C. H. BUEHLER,
Corner_of Carlisle and Railroad sts.,
19, 1866. Gettysburg, Pa.
JANSIIRE AGAINST ACCIDENTS in the ore.
ginal TRAVELLIIRS INSURANCE COM.
NY OF HARTFORD. It Is the oldest, lar
gest, and Safest accident Insurance company in
the country. _
CIWITZICR, Llinberger and English Cheese,
can always be bad at
'est door to thsPoot peee.
AND PRICES REDUCED I
Accidents of All Kinds
Cheese ! Cheese!
HE subscriber would Inform tils customers
j and others, that he is still manufacturing ,
various kinds of Castings and Machines, made
to order, on short notice, such its
THRESHERS AND POWERS,
(fire different sizes of Powers,) Clover-seed
Hullers and Cleaners, Corn Shelters and Sep
arators, Cornfodder Cutters, Straw and Hay
Cutters ; PLOUGHS,
such as Cast Ploughs, Barshear Ploughs, Side
hill and Corn Ploughs; the
WIRE.SPRING HORSE RARE,
the latest improvement ; also Metal Screwt
for Cider Presses,
for Cemeteries or Porches, with everything
else In his line, all at low prices.
FOR SALE.—A light Two-horse Wagon,
One-horse Wagon, and a Spring Wagon, all
new. DAVID STERNER.
April 30, ipso. a
Flour! Feed! and Groceries!
AT THE CHEAP STORE ON THE HILL.
If you wish 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
unflersigned on the Hal, in Baltimore street,
where custspers can always be accommoda
ted, and where all sre,invited,to call and see
for themselVes. The . public will always find
a full and choice assortment of
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, TOBAC_COS, CIGARS, SNUFFS,
FISH, 13ACON,_LAH.O, CHEESE, CRC
, KEELS, BUTTER, EGGS, &c.
L B 0-
GLASS-WARE, CROCKERY-WARE, NO
TIONS, &IL, COAL OIL LAMPS, FISH
OIL, AND nova AND FEED,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
, WANTED. —Flour, Corn, Chits, Butter, Eggs,
Bacon, and Potatoes, for which the highest,
' market price will be paid, either in 'trade of
par Being determined to conduct my bnai=
ness in a fair and honorable way, and to sell
cheap, I Invite all to give me-,e cull.
HEN itY OVERDEEIt
April 9, Ispc. tf
Concentra'd Flavoring Extracts!
TIQUAL to any in the market and superior
1 1 to many, in larger 'bottles, and at old
Wholesale agents tor Baltimore,
LlST.—Lemon, Orange. Vanilla, Rose, Peach,
Nutraz,..,,, ,, Celery, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger,
-Birch, Cinnamon, Apple, Mulberry, Pine Ap=
ple, Banana, Mace ' R .spberry, Pear, Pepper,
Parsley, Strawberry, Bitter Almond, and Sa
The great difficulty heretofore experienced
in procuring true Flavoring Extracts, hits in•
duced the proprietor to spare no pains or ex
pense in giving to the public tin article which
will be found true to its name,
and which will
in no instance be a coerce of disappointment.
it will be observed that our egtract of Lem
on and Orange, is a prePared extract from the
Peel, which apy one may be convinced of by
merely smelling them.
The price of Vanilla Beans, too, has Laused
more useless Extract of Vanilla to be manu
factured and sold than any other essence ;
being either made from 'Naha Beans, or seine
other fictitious compound. In our Extract we
WILL ,GUARANTEE A PINIE ARTICLE!
made / froin the true Bean, without nay foreign
Bell's Worm SyrOp'.
MIRE MOST INNOCENT, ThEASANT AND
EFFICIENT REMEDY TN USE —A REM
EDY Pearlier IN ITSELF.—So Castor Oil to be
Taken.--in this Preparation we have included
such remedies only as have been tried lot (
years and are known to possess powerful
anthelmintic virtues, combined with mild
aperients, pleasant aromatics and sugar. An
thelmintics of themselves cannot 'inform their
peculiar functions or have the desired elf . ..et,
unless the bowels are kept moderately Dien.
To prodnce 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 for this Syrnp are:
Ist. Re power of DESTROYING AND EX
2d. Its mild aperient effect upon the bowels
3d. Its pleasant taste and odor are advan
tages possessed or claimed by very few Verm
4th. Its harmless influence upon the system,
consequently no injurious effects will result
from itsmse should the patient haie no Worms,
but an appaeent disease, arising from some
other unknown cimse, which is frequently the
The constituents of this Syrup end its effects
are known to tromp Physicians, who are now
using it in their practice to a large exteut.
Price 25 cents a bottle
The Greatest Ltnlmentin rse.
BELL'S WHITE OIL I—Tlie Blandest, Cletin
est, most Penetrating and most. Economical
Liniment in tree.—A powerful Oleaginus Com
pound for the Speedy Cure of Rheumatism,
Strains, Sprains, Wounds, Numbness of the
Limbs, Frosted Feet and Hands, Spavin, Sad
dle Galls, Poll-Evil, Ring Bone, Bruises,
Swellings of all kind, and in face tveiy
ease for which an Fanbrocation is applicahlc,
either in Man or Beast. Price 25 cents a bot
tle.—This preparation, which is °vigil:il with
us, will be found to be one of the nicest and
at the same time one of the must reliable ap
Having been employed very extensively
since its introduction and feeling satisfied of
its remedial properties, we recommend it with
the utmost confidence, knowing that no one
will Ire disappointed in its u , ,e: It iv, as its
name implies, a white ILiment of the consis
tency of cream, containing nothing clfvu.ive,
but, on the contrary, will be found more
pleasant than otherwise.
O R CONDITION POWDERS t
FOR HORSES, CATTLE h SWINE
25 cents a paper,, or five papers for $l.
The Immense sale of these Powders during
the abort 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, bat as a complete cure for
all diseases incident to the HORSE, COW- or
HOG, as Loss of Appetite, Coughs, Heaves,
Yellow Water, Distemper, Glanders, Arc , &c.
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 al 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 that formation which so severely clogs
them, causing a tightness in breathing, and by
their peculiaa 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 natnral size.
For fattening cattle they are invaluable,
also possessing peculiar properties is increas
ing the quantity of milk in Cows, 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 Lungs and Liver, and as
a general purifier of the blood we guarantee
their efficacy if once fairly tried.
Oar Sold at Gettysburg by A. D. Buehler,.
Apothecary, and by Draggista and Storekeep
ers generally. - -A3k for lien's Preparations.
Prepartd exclusively by W. D. Bell, Apothe
cary, (Graduate of the Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy,) West ,Washington St., Hagers
town, Md. - [Oct. 16, 1865. ly
ATTRACTING ATTENTION.—The superior
Pictures taken at MUMPE[VS SKY.
LIGHT GALLURY, on West Middle st., are
attracting universal attention. Good judges
pronounce them superior to any ever taken in
this place. Call and examine for yourselves.
Jan. 18. 1865.
EIS GREAT REDUCTION in pricer at the
EXCELSIOR, in York street, opposite the
placel the superior Pictures made' 4t
that old datablishment Within reach of ill;ifod -
I trttitu9 One WM Faille hien - themselves of
the opportunity time afforded. I. G. TKAtON.
The Greatest Family
Medicine in the World,
. . -c•-•_absitrall
The attention or the public, and eaperially the
'titterers from that drmdfrO ahem, Diptherls oe
Sore Throat, ill called to the great rented; hem at
As a sure cure for Sore Throat or Diptberfa,
Croup, Bronchitis, Scarlet Fever, An, and all other
diseases of the throat-, and also an infallitlle remedy
for Diarrheas, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus,'Sielt
Sudden Colds and Coughs, Neuralgia,
l'hthisin Old Sores, Ac. It is also invaluable for
Bruises, Feet, Swelled Joints, Bites of Poi.
sonous Insects, Ac., and a prompt and sure remedy
for Cramp (lake and all 1 is the Stomach and
This medicine has been tried In thousands of cases
In different parts of the country, and has never
failed to cure if used "in time, and according to
directions. A great amount of suffering might
often be saved billaving a couple of bottles of this
valuable medicine in the house. As an evidence of
Itsgrat qtiallties the proprietor warrants every
bottle to give entire satisfaction.
Try it and be convinced of its great value.
GREAT COUGH REMEDY, -- fc
CO UGFI SYRUP
For the Rapid Cure of Coughs, Colds, Boareene%
Citnip, Whooping Cough, Asthma,Difficulty
pr Breathing, Spitting of Blood, First •
Stages of Consumption, Soreness of .11
the Throat, and all Affections
of the Pulmonary Organs.
Thth Syrup is an invaluable remedy for, the elle
viation and cure of Puhnonary Dismiss. It is
prompt In its action, pleasant to the taste, and from
its extreme mildness, is peculiarly applicable to the
use of children and perions in delicate health. AS
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 afflicted can rely upon its doing of much, or
more than any other remedy in soothing the nerves,
faeiliiating 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 has no
equal in its effects, and never fails to give entire
eatiseaction to all who use it. We warrant It In all
cases or the money refunded.
Try it--only 25 and 60 Cents a Bottle.
READ ONE! READ ALLI
A GREAT DISCOVERY
lUDS 11 ' X3l
St(2n,birakc , e's
. Will Cure All Casts of . 5. 1 . 1,
- NERVOUS DEBILItY,
' And Diseases Originating from a 41
DISEASED LIVER and STOMACH
liy,the use of from one to three bottles the moat
obstinate cases of
Dnipepsia, Liver Complaint, Bilious Attacks, Sick
Sour Stomach, Flatulency, Dropsy,
LOW of Appetite, Costiveness, Jaundice,
Cholera Morin's, Female Weakness and
irregularities, Neryous Affection
and General Debility, .
caused by exposure, impridence,
C or otherwise, Diseases of the Skin, such as
Ulcers, Scrofula, Dull Pain in the Bead, Yet. •
lowness of the Skin, Dimness of Vision, Constant
Imaginings of Evil and great Depression of Spirt"
! ARE ALL SPEEDILY CURED.
This being an entire vegetable compound , Is war•
ranted a safe and effectual remedy not only for Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint, but for all other diseases
erring from a drrized or a diseased:stomach.
or impurity of b lood.
As a blo od' 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
ZtThey are also warranted a perfect. atfisinard
st Fever and Ague Ladies desiring a clear
oolnplesion and good health should not fail to use
them. They are particilarly recommended to
those who are suffering under Debility and Derre*-
men of Spirits, their soothing and renovating powers
laa'ng particularly adapted to all such cases.
BRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE. •
ta' ior s.de by 1. D. Buehler, Gcttysbuiy,
and Country Detiter; generally.
May 7, 1868. Gm •
Horse ad Cattle Powders.
"' long and (al orsbly
• S.:• • • • • ' known, will thor.
low-splri Led horses,
and eicalibing the
stomach and lofts
. • tines,
- It fs sore pre.
" • •
this animal, -
Y E L LOIV
TEI2. if A
('0 VG 118,
Y ERS, FO C'
LOSS or A.
'reparation is Ineslnabla.
' improves the quality
of the milk. It has
been proven by ac
tual experiment to
Increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent. and make the
batter firm and
sweet. Ta fattening
cattle, it gives damn
an appetite, looseps
their hide; and
males them thrills
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Meru In
the Lanes, Liver,
tee , this article At
acts as a Specific. •
By putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the _
above diseases - _
will be evadicnted - - -
or entirely prevented. If given In time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price $5 Cents per Paper, orb Papers for $l.
• S. A.. FOTIOCZ
111101.121/1,1 Dltte AND MIDICIAB Dint
Jo. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale 1 7 Dmaggiets and Storekeepero tiroogb•
out tb• United States.
For sale by A. D. Buehler, Gettysburg;
Laughlin & Bushfield, Wheeling, Vs.; C. S.
Bender k Co., Pitaburg ; Johnson, 1101 p away
& Cowden, Philadelphia.
Dec. 11, 1865. ly
WELSH, DEGLONE & CO., at Hanover
Pa., continue the manufacture of the
ditft.reat kinds of CHEWING 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, Deltone & Co., at Hanover ,
April 23, 1806. -
NSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS in the
TRAVELLERS 'INSURANCE COMPANY
OR HARTFORD. Its premiums use low, And
it:palm/ones promptly. •
PIIRE CIDER VINEGAR at Sa•aa'aGrixery
au the corner of the Diasuosit,
April 30, 16@6. :" •:.
X. IMIX. L. -
Tine GREAT ZINGARI MITER& THIS •
WONDERFUL REMEDY ban Many.
ered and introduced about tirkity yenri
agd by Dr. S. Cheop3ut, an eminent Egyptisa
Be had long seen and felt the went of sour•
remedy which would strike at the rcot of die.
ease, and so prevent much of the suffering
which the human family was then Compelled to
The great onestior was presented to bit
mini every day in vivid colors nrhe moved a.
mong the tick and dying, andobserved the in.
efficiency of nearly all the remedies then In
nee. Thus he was lead tb think 4 and expert.
ment; and titter ten years of stndY sad labor,
ha presented to his fellow man the wonderful
Zingari Bitters. The effmt ofthis preparstloo
yn the prevention and cure of dishoise, was SO
marvellous and astonishing, that the most
flattering marks of royal favor were bestowed
upon him who diecoleged it. His name was
placed upon the Roll of Nobles, and a gold
nietlal with the following inscription--Dr. 9,
Cheopsus, the Public Benefactor—was pre,
betted to him by the Viceroy.
The—preparation has been,nsed in seveml
epidemics of cholera, both as a preventive and
curative minaure, and with tnehtgreat success
'that it has been introduced into (nearly all
general hospitals of the old world.
The old saying that an ounce'of prevention
is worths pound a cure, app le s with mar
vellous force to cholera, Cudherefore any
remedy that will protect us against this terri•
hie disease should ,be freely and persistently
,All pathologists now agree that the cholera
poison acts on the system throogh the blood,
and that any combination ihicb sets on
the excretory organs, and keeps them In work
ing order, most prevent a sufficient accumu
lation of the poison to exert its; terrible effects
on the organism. This is tree not only of
cholera ,but of nearly alhother Maladies, espe
cially the different forms of fevers.
The Zingari ilitters is just in :h a remedy as
the above conditions require. i It acts on the
organsiof excretion and secretion, keeping up
a perfect balance between the . This Bitters composed entirely of ro and herbs, so
nicely concocted that every rgan is acted
upon and put in tone. Its Ate is pleasant
and its effects prompt and Ins lug.
Numerous cases of the fo . owing diseases
hive been cured by it: Cho l ra, Diarrhoea,
Typhoid and Typhus Fever, F vet, Ague . Net.
vous Debility, Anaemia, Fern a Irregulerties,
Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Colic, crofula, Ac.
Price, one dollar per (filen ottle.
Principal Depot at the Wale t street Wharf,
Sold by Druggists, Flotel.kipers k Grocery,
F. RAT LER,
ifirF i ormile by Wm. J. Sll4lln, sole Agent
April Ll, ISGG. ly
FARMERS AND DEALERS IN FF.RTII.IZ
ERA will please take notice that we hare
adopted the following Trader Mark to protect
outseires, and prevent those who use our
RAW BONE SUPER PHOSPHATE: from being
deceived when purchasing tosnures.
We_ have been obliged to ive this protec
tion to our customers, in conregnence of sev
erall p'trties having unlawful y used our
tinctive name , viz: "Raw Gene ," in offering
their article to the public. his Trade Mark
is adopted in addition to the title "RAW Bone,"
which is our exclusive property, and we cau
tion al', manufacturers from uSing It in future.
We would state to the trade! and consumers,
that they will find it to their interest to sun
that tho "Trade Mark''.is upon every bag and
barrel they purchase, as none Other is genuine,
HAUG,' & SONS.
G U .t 1 S '
Super Phosplutte of Lime, !,
Ahnufavured by 13A.Uyill & SONS,
No: 20 South Delaware Ayeuue,
The great popnl city of otir article has been
found 211iii0C111. inducement tp certain Imitators
to manufacture and advertise "flaw Bone
Phosphates," a name wbith originated with
us, and is Our own rightfhl property. We
will state fog' the informatinn of all, that We
are the exclusive manufacturers of this article.
—the original and sole propretors of it—hav
ing been manufactured bya for a period of
twelvqyears. Also 'that it s covered by set:-
eral letters patent, held onl by ourselves.
We are now ready' to apply it in large
quantities—having mule re ent additions and
improvements. Vessels drawing 16 feet of
water can load directly from the wharves of
the works, which are located at the foot of
lforris Street, Folaware River. We call the
attention °WHALERS to this great ith mange.
The present indicatiou's are that-we shell
have a greatly increased demand over last
spring and fall seasons, and we advise Farmers
to send in their orders t; their respective
Dealers at nn early day,"th t all may lo sup
Soliciting your continued Orders,
We remain, ,
Yours ver truly,
BAUGH k SONS,
No. 20 S. Didaware A% enue;
Feb. 5, 1866. aro • II'IIILADELFIIIit.
c_vro.v EUSLVES COLLEGS,
MANDE. and HAIEN HALL,
EIGHTH AND SPRING G !Dia Srutzia,
THOMAS MAX PE RCE, A. N.,
Preaident, and Consulti g Accountant.
NOVEL k PERVANENT AiRRANGEMENT or
BUS/NESS COLLEGE TERMS,
Faux Aim 1 ro Omuta 1, 1866,
AND NOCCINDIND TSARS.
LIFE SCROLARBBIFS, iacluding Bookkeep
ing, Business Corresponsience, Forms k CUIP
tome, Commercial Arithmetic, Business Pen-
manahip, Date'Ming Coulnterfeit Money, and
Commercial Law, Tift.STI=FITE
SCHOLARSHIPS, includifig the same snbjrcts
MI above. Ting Limit*, TO THOU LATHS,
PENMANSHIP. Three Months.. $7
Penmanship and Arithmetic, three roonthssßt
The saving of coal and gu in the limiter
months is an advantage °fetich importance as
enables the management. of this College to
make a considerable reduCtion in the summer'
FROM OCTOM 1,1866, to Aram 1,1862,
And succeeding yews, as before.
Life Scholarship i $35
Scholarships, 3 months $26
Penmanship, 3 months ..1.... $lO
Penmanship and,Arithmetic 3 months... $l2
Special Terms for Clubs, Soidiers ' and for the
- eons of Ministers and Teachers.
DAY AND EVENING INSTRUCTION FOR
BOTH SEXES AND ALL AGES,
In Banking, Storekeeping, BooLkeeping, Pen
manship, Pea Drawing, Phonography, Arith
metic, Mensuration, Algebra, Geometry, Ana
lytical Geometry, The calculus, Navigation,
Surveying, Engineering, Ganging, Mining,
ehauical Drawing, Commercial Law, German;
Telegraphing, and the English Branches, at
moderate prices. . t ;
Endorsed by the public as the moat spcaifl
ful Business College of the country, as is en
dented by the fact, that
FOUR HUNDRED IL. TWO STUDEIVT4'
have entered in the
FIRST SIX MONTEES9If ITS EXISTENCE.
THOMAS MAY PEIRCE, A. M.,
GEO. H. SNYDER, - R. S. BARNES,
G. N. FARR, Jr.; ;J.' T. REYNOLDS,
HENRY HEIR,` A. E. ROGERSON, A. M., C. 11.
Supported by en able Corps of Assistants. r...
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and Poiree's .Practieal Educator,.
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ADELPHIA. IlitoliAB Lj. PRIEM '
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