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BOVIC PHOSPII ATF,,
e.Jusaining $1 per cent, of naphat.el of Mote,.
ain't per cent. Antn3onlA.
001K1 he horns in listed the: the Phos
jpitilii7o F e line in this article tieing obtninell
ierettestrely fro n RAW 114Piel and a TRITE
Itll.t G IAVU, there is NO PORTION' of It
as In the ease of scpica
PtIVSP,I(.II"L'A mile from M RRAL. a r ttAgt
being entirely Si )L11131,4 1 ; in the Stith,
0 0 0 titioes to NPNIIT it. FNltTlielZiNgqual
ititid,to the Vlt,Pl'4 for YI:
The ItgllAliKAlll,l4 whieh has
atteutlett Ito 111/11 for veins pew, is a 110fileiellt,
GUARANTY to iodises , those who hale Doe
tiird It to do'so.
The GRAIN cmor where thin PIRTILIZRII
be. been applied k supposed W hue been
iNGRICA,ShIG from V. to ad per tent. by its
sue, whits for TU.tACCU and Gil VSS LANDS
its snreeos has been icttuArA,Y ukceinio).
The price In 0 (him ire le uniform with the
Needful uret's Factnry Price.
105 Smith's Wharf, ItAltinturs,
Yor sale at Manufacturer's Pride. Cot of
Tremsportotion wiled br
DA YID ilutce, New Oxford.
Aug. 6, 11104. 56a
.W. c. BtOT/12. A. S. MINER.
1.0.000 Carat* Wanted.
Mil AT T 111: OM) WARE/MM.
N WM. R. RIDDLE & CO. would inform the
rlviblie that they have leased the. Warehouse
on the corner of Stratton street and the Rail-,
roll', in Uettysburz, a here they wilt. carry on
TSB (MAIN AND PRODUCIC ripsiNgSS,
"in all its branches. The highest, prices will
always be paid tot Wnerit, Itye,l Corn i Oats,
Clover and Timothy Seeds, Flaxseed, Sumac,
Hay sad Straw, Dried Fruit, Nuts, Soitp,llains,
kihonlders and Sides, Potatoes, with every
thing else in.the eouoiry produce Ike.
UWCF. It I ES. u hand, for sale, Coffees,
Sugars, Molasses, Syrups, Teas, Spices, Salt,
sbe•se, Vinegar, Soda, Mustard, Starch,
Brooms, Duckett!, Slacking, Sonpa, kc. Alan
C0A1.1014, Fish VA, Tar, &c. FISII of all
Spilses and Nails; Stnoklnrand Chew
ing Tub 44;e011.
They are always able to supply a first rate
ankle of Flour, with the different kinds of
Also, Ground- Plaster, with Cullom • and
ether lertilizeri. COA 1., by the bushel, ton or
They will run ft LINE OF FBI:NM CARS
from Gettysbtirg to lialtinpire once every
week. They are prepared to convey Freight
either way, in any quantity, at ItF.IrCED
HATES. They will attend, if desired, to the
making of purchtues in the city, and delivering
the goods promptly in Gettysburg. Their
can run to the Warehouse of Nathan Bono k
Ce., No. 128 North Howard et., 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 spur* no effort to accommodate all who
may patronize them.
April 18, 1866. tt
RIDDLE & BENNER
V, war bring over, the undersigned have
et - their old stand, In 1 , ...5t Ehldle street,
where`they are again prepared to pat up work
le the most fashionable, substantial, and cope
riot manner. A lot of new and second-hand
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, AC. '
Hamad, which they will disclose of at the
lowest prices ; and nil orders will be supplied
se promptly and satisfactorily as possible.
does with dispatch, and at cheapest rates.
♦ large lot of new and old HARNESS on
band, for sale
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore enjoyed by them, they solicit and will en
deavor to deserve • arge share in the future.
July 10, 1885. tt
200 LM. Stil.UBl.ll - PACIFIC GIJANO
contains 70 lbs. altillillarnatiruielding
to 8 lbs. ammonia.
Also 80 to 90 lbs. earthy hone Thosphats Of lime,
90 lbs. - of which are soluhle phosphate. '
It combines all the advantages of the host
kends of super Phosphate, with those of Pe
By reason of its greater eonemtration, we re
commend 10 per et. less by weight to be used
per acre, than of any fertilizer costing trio
same per ton ; and no more per acre than of
those selling et 20 per ct. more per ton.—
Ilene. its *economy.
This gusno weighs G. lbs. per boshel,benee
la applying it fltrmert must. be • gilverneil by
Weight and not by bulk, for it is much lighter
than the Super Pnosphttes. Every cargo duly
Joss S. RtESE k CO ,
Gitissm, Mimi sort ?ns SOOTR,
71 South Street, Baltimore
"Flour of Bone."
'WE will give a motley guerattee_ of the
pvegy of this article. 1 It is pure un
stained, rebonat hone, reduced to the fineness of
goer, which adds 100 per ct: to its value. It
Is as ortieli end orgies as acid dissolved bone,
hence.its value is vastly greeter, because it
contains neither acid nor water, which neces•
eerily mid weight, and reduce the quantity of
valuable elements. We recommend 250 lbs.
to be used in place of 300 lbs. Super Phosphate
or dissolved bone.
JOHN S. TtEIIBIC k CO.,
Gixz i. AGENTI FOR Till SOUTR
• 71 South Street, Baltimore.
rNrYcettray & Diehl, Agents, Gettysburg
Mar. 12, 1866. 8m
OF BOTH OUR SHOPS 70 CITAUBERS
Orzi TO-DLY, Nikr IT, 1968
We take 'special pleasfire in announcing to
our friends and cnstomers that we have this
day opened our ICE CREAM SALOONS, at
our new stand in Chambersburg street, nearly
opposite the Lutheran Church. We have had
the apartments fitted up in the best style.—
Ladles and Gentlemen ate Invited to call.
We Fill also furnish fee Cream in any quan
tity to public or private parties, at prices un
precetented. We will also bare constantly on
Land Fresh 'Oaken, which we will tilt nish to
all parties and pie-nies at the shortest notice.
MEAD AND MINERAL-WATER
can always lieh.td icy and cool and stall hours
If tring had a life.fong experience in, the
manufacture of all tate foregoing articles we
ask the waronage of the public genetutly.
Nay 110866. tf lIINNIGH & BRO.
Grocery Liquor Store.
AFIRST-RATE ASSORTMENT of GRO
CERIES, cheap. FISLI of different kinds.
rne lot of
POTOMAC REikRING, -
at low" price. The beat nod I.treit naaort-
meat of LIQUORS ever kept in trio pinee.
'PURE 181lin% BRANDY, RYE WHtSKEY,.&C.,
for medieinet null other pitrpuse4 in gnanti
' titles larue or sin All. Also
211SilLER'S CELERRAYRD HERR RITTERS.
. W I. J. SI ARTIN ,
Baltimore it., Gettysburg.
' May 28,1861.
GMTN k ttIiILLY hare erected two mai
*lanai 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. Formers and others can hereafttA look
tor • more prompt filling of their orders, and
arc invited to extend 'and continiirtlieir fa.
won to a firm which Is making every effort to
accommodate theds in thebestmannerpossible.
They will also continue to*eep on hand, for
ale. • good supply of the different kinds of
COAL, Which they will sell at small profits.
Coal sad Line delivered anywhere in Get
310 14,1004. If
A 7 "
St.W - stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
jo r ceAsgalt *speck.% oar* and warranted good
titan karma. just reclined and for Ws at
_ . J. BEVAN'S,
' -',Oppellteele Hank, Gettysburg.,
101. :fi c i l :gt a t e u ha urt i li h o mi lta s
Valuable Prepertleii /be Sale.
THIN C. EDUCE. LAND, AOENT,
Now OXVOIIO, ADAII/I COUSTT., PA.
_ HMI for sato LAl:unbar of desirable proper
ties. to , bleb be hake tbvittentios q( thole
A F of 1141 ACRES, in Moantpleasant
township, Adams county, with good Stone
House, good Barn, Wagon Shed, Corti Crib,
Wash noose, Orchard, kc., near a tornpike
ACRES, with good Bongo, Barn,
and other out-builditigs, Orchard, ke., shree
q starters of a mile from is railroad siatioo. A
good chance; terms easy.
173 Acaws OF •LAND, on the road leading
from liannver to Idttlestown. Ouod limestone
farm; large Brick !louse, Beni Barn, and oth
er eut,buildi nra. The Latlestown Railroad
rota through the rear part of the place. Price
SCS per acre.
A FARM' OF 300 ACRES, In Cumberland
township, Adams county, three miles from
Gettyaharg, at which place is a railroad and
good market. This farm can be divided into
two farms; there bring already two sets of
bliprovemento on the tract. The improve
ments are a.good.-two.story IYWEIHOg HOUSE,
Barn, and other out-headings, aid's Tenant
Rouse with all improvements.
A large Three-story BRICK WARR 11017Sli,
with good Switch, ell in order, good Lumher
and Coal Yard attached, in good grain country.
Alen a BRICK OWELLINti ROUSH will.be
sold with the above Ware Idolise if desired.
Will be sold cheap, if applied for immediately.
A FA 114 01 105 ACM*, on the Carlisle
ernpike, finder good caltlvatiol., with a large
Brick House, Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn
Crib, Carriage Hole and other out-buildings,
LAMB' FLOURIIILL, with 15 Acres of
Land. The mill has four pair of Burrs, and
all machinery fur iluing merchant work. Best
water power in the county.
A FARM of 175 ACRES, near the Ffantiver
turnpike, on which is erected a good House,'
Barn, and all necessary out.bulldings. The
land is in a good state of cultivation. This
property will bi sold cheap.
A FARA of 195 ACRES, near finnteretown,
Adams county, on which is erected a good
House, Baru and other out-buildings, and the
land is In a fine state of cultivation. This
farm will Ice sold cheap.
A FARA of 38 ACRD S, 6 acres in wood,
with one.tad.a-balf-story House, good Barn
—land in good cultivation-34 miles, front
New Oxford, sod 1y miles from Bonaughtown.
18 ACRES of WOODLAtID, f miles from
A FARM of 200 ACRES, gond land, with
large Brick House, Barn, and 2 Tenant !louses
—4l) acres in wood—half a mile from the Con
owago Chapel. -
A FARM of 190 Acres 4115 can he Fur
chased—in Cumberland township, 21 miles
from Gettysburg, near Chambersburg pike:
large weatherboariled House, Bank Barn, &e.;
40 acres in wood. The Farm has been recently
A FARM' of 120 ACRES, with good House
and Barn ; 12 acres in wood . ; 4:11111 vile west
A HOTEL, in New.Oxfard, two-story, toomyj
and convenient for - business. Good chance;
Also, a number of good Rouses and Lots for
tale in New Orford.
Persons who wish to boy Rem Estate, as
well as those who wish to sell, are requested
to giro toe subscriber a call at his store in
JOHN C. ZOUCK, Lana Agent,
New Oxford,Adams county, PA.
lily"), 1866. 6tn• •
TB GETTYSBURG SKYLIGHT GALLERY.
Tus undersigned takes pleasnre in onnotin.
cing to the citizens of Gettysloirg and the
public generally that be has removed from his
old rooms on West Middle street, to Baltimore
street, and ne•trly opposite the store of Fahn
estock Brothers. 'The room he now occnptes
has been recently fitted up evpressly for hie
business. The keltioll Is an admirable one,
enabling him to tike pictures in all shades of
weather, and with a correctness unequalled
any where else.
of every size and description, executed in the
finest style. Particularattention given to the
CART% DE VISITE, and to copying Alißlto.-
TYPES and DAGUERREOTYPES ut deceased
THE GETTYSBURG LEIS,
a new style of picture, which has liecome i xery
popular with the public, not only for their
tprmnty but forcheapness and convenience.—;
sixdf:x for ONE DOLT. kR only. Also—
THE PURGE LA Pi PICT LTRES,a. Idolt fur their
beauty and daialdlity arri unsurpassed.
We are prepiitred to carry on the.brisiness its
all its various :branches, and having had con
siderable experience we run no risk in
GrARANTEEING PERFECT SATISFAC-
Our facilitioa fora full display of our skill
are unequalled by any other Gallery in the
County, and we would therefore invite every
one to call at the
NEW GETTYSBURG SKYLIGHT GALLERY.
Call And examine our Speeinens sod judge
for yourselves. q LEVI SIUMPER.
June 25, 18GG.
TIR very best and bttest irrurrnved machine
in use, for enie at the CLOTIIIIG STORE
of JACOBS At BRO., in Chan.ber3 •urg. street,
Gettyshurz, where you can buy tie beet and
cheapeit Clothe. Caseimeres and Vestinga, and
every variety of ;Tools in the line of
MIN AND BOYSVRXR.
Yon can 'have them eat out and wale no in
the very beskatyle if you wiA, at moderate
p:ices,imad without any tisk whatever.
GEO. JACOBS & BRO.
Notice to Assessors. !
TRE Assessors elt.cted at the last Spring
Election are hereby notified to attend at
the Commissioners' Office in the borough of
Gettyshurg w Eo rticeive blank Assessment Du
plicates and the. necessary instructions, as
The Assessors' of Chien, Conowign, Her:
wick, Berwick borough, Oxford, Hamilton,
Reading, likintitpleasant, Germany, Stratillk
HountioyAnil , Littlest° an, will ',Awful on
TURSlThirthe nth dia of October next.
And the 439essors of the borough of Gettya
bore, Cumberland, liighl.md. Freedom, Liber
ty, Hamiltonb.tn, FrAnklln t Butler, Woollen,
Tyrone, lituftington and Latimore, will attend
on WEDNESDAY, the 17th of October next.
; By ordir of the Commissioners,
J. M. WALTER, Clerk.
Sept, 17, 1866. td_
Lawrettee D. Dietz 4 Co.
- Na 5(18 W. 4 B tlikaori Sireetl
2 ._ Between Howard k anent Streets,
Nay 7,188 d. B atiniore, 1141.
MBE subscriber will imp PIPS [DOLLARS
per OOROfor BUCK OAK BARK, de
livered st his Tlinnery, in Hisitysburg.
inue;lB,4B6 l L
C..L 0 . 0 K
Now on Mind CLOCKS in great variety,
from factories et the highest reputation in the
Country, dnd Warranted good time-keepers.
Call oa ~ NRVAN,
• - Opposite the Bank, Glettysbnrg:
Flonet reed rand Greco ea t
AeaT THE 'CIiEAR STORE ON THE, bfr.
if you wish to huy'any of the aboTe. , i-
c cheiper and bettor time you ens get the
entwhere else, go to the Grocery Store of the
undersigned on the Hill, ia Baltimore street,
where customers eon Always be 111Ve 9113010411.
ted, and where all are invited to call and see
for themselves. The public wit always find
a lu il nod choice assortment of
SUGARS, COFFRF:B, TRAM, SYRITPR, MO
LA-414E1., TOBACCO', MARS, SNUFFS,
PI:411, B t CON, r. ittD, Cli IC lOW, MAC
KRA* BU r ['KR, SUDS, te.
OLASS-WARR, CRJCKRRY-WARE. NO
Ttoxs, k4l, COAL OIL LAMPS, FISH
OIL, AND FLOUR AND FIND,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WANTED. —Plenr,Corn, Oats, Bolter, Eggs,
Bacon, and Potatoes, for which the highest
market price will be paid, either in trade or
ler Being determined to conduct my bnsi
nes., in a fair and honorable tway, and to sell
cheap, I invite - all to give me a call.
April 9, 1866. tf
MITE subscriber would info i rm bis customers
and others, tharhe is still manufacturing
curious kinds of Castings and Machines, made
to order, on short notice, sash as
THRESHERS AND PUWRRR,
(fire different sips of Powers,) Clover-seed
Hullers and Cleaners ' Corn Shetlers and sep
arators, Cornfodder Cotters, Straw and hay
such so Cast Ploughs, B trshear Nought, Side
hill and Corn Ploughs; the
WIRE-SPRING HORSE RAKE,
the latest improvement ; also Metal Screws
for Cider Presses,
for Cemeteries or Porches, with everything
elite in his line, all at low prices.
FOR BALK.—A light Two-horse Wagon, a
One-horse Wagon, and A Spring Wagon, all
new. DAVID STERNER.
April 39, Ism tf
Buggies and Carriages.
911,1 N WAYI T,liis WAY!—The under
' sigr.fA i 3 engaged in the Carriage•mAking
business, at the corner of Chambersbnrg and
West streets, Gettysburg, and invites all who
may need anything in his fine to give him a
call. He puts up, in the very beat manner,
Falling-top and other BUGGIES, and all the
different styles of CARRIAGES. With a full
knowledge of the Ipsiness, itn.l a determina
tion to give s Itisfaciion, the public can rely
upon his jobs beinggood. Ile will endeavor
to deser've a large share of patronage, and
hopes to reed ve it. -
BEVAITHSC done at the shortest notice,
And on m,,,st reasonable terms. pgri.louu y
produce - - will be taken Ni e> Chang. for w rk.
CHABIJES E. CILBEIt .
Gettystinrg, June 4, 186 , 1. tf
AT THE OLD STAND.
[CSTAIILISTIED IN 1517.]
have associated with ine, in business, my
eon, John P. McCreary, under the firm and
style of A. McCreary Jr. Son, and I desire to
say to my old friends and the public generally
that since the war, the manufacture of Saddles,
Harness, Collars, Jgc., has been revived at the
old established and well known stand on Bal
timore siren, one square south of the Court,
House, Gettysburg, Pa.
Having had en experience of 40 years in
this establishment, I feel assured, that, with
renewed - attention to business, we Call still
further merit and receive a full share of pub
lic patronage. DAVID MeCILNAILY.
With increased facilities for conducting our
hiisini§s, we are better prepared than ever to
satisfy the wants of all those whn may need
anything in our line. We especially call the
attention of Fanners and others to the superior
Plain (or Quilted Sent'Side Leathers, . '
Horn Saddles, 111.1.111e5, all kindu, with
Plain or_ Quilted Seat , or without fastenings
no Ilucn, Illousings,
Plain or Quilted Seat• Scotch Collars(leather)
Side Saddles, i li " (ticking)
Plain or Fancy SaddlejNo Seam Collars,
Cloths,lße•it Welt Harness Col-
Wagon Saialmi, I bars, '
Riding Bridles, of all Patent Leather Collars,
kinds, fair or bladk.l stitched or unstiiched
rounded or flit, Best Le.ther Wagon
Martini:lila, Whips, 4, 41 and 3
C.trriaire Harness, nll lent bog,
styles, silver ur W,ckiPlaited Team Whips,
mounted, iTrotting Whips,
Heavy Draft Harness, l'..oidies' Riding TWigs,
Blind Bt idles, Whip Lashes,
Girths, Horse Blankets,
Cruppers, ic., Ace., .he.
In short, everything that pertains to a first
class general horse furnishing establishment
conpantly on hand or made to order promptly,
of the very hest material, and by the most ex.
perienced workmen in the country, (two hav
ing worked in this establishment for the lust
We are now manufacturing an eacellsot lot
of Heavy [)rat and Harness Collars for those
who prefer our own to city made work.
Repairing of all kinds done at short notice .
and on reasonable tet ms.
All are cordially invited to call and examine
for themselves, as oar work cannot fail to
D. IicCREARY & SON.
Feb. 5 ; 1866. .tt
TAR subscribers hereby inform their ens
tomerss and the public generally, that
they have now on hand - , and continue to man
ufacture to order,
which, for style and durability, finish and
price, will compete with any in the county.—
Our present stock consists of every variety of
Furniture usually kept in a first., class Furni
ture Ware Boom, FashionaMe, ornamental
or plain Furniture mania ietured in the must
substantial manner, by most experienced
workmen, and at the lowest cash prices.
Having a new Ilear, , e, par; kill I r Attention
will be given to this branch of their bu4iness.
They are prepared to make a t• 1 furnish Coffins
of any - desired putlity, and nt.ten.l Funerals
at the shortest natice—and oti sneh - tertue as
cannot fail to please all.
The subscribers return their thanks to the
public for the liberal patronage extended to
them in the past, and hope to meri t and receive
a continuance of pnblie patronage.
- Etiop and Ware Room third hnilding east
of the t•tquare., 11. FFTR k •BRO.
Littlestown ; Aprillo, !.806. tf
Benefit tO Falettleritt
M ORO PAILLIPS O ' viume
1.11.c.1.0VED SCPER.PDOSPHATE OF LIVE.
For Sae at Manufacturer's Depots :
27 N. Front St., between Nlarket a; Arch,
14 Bowley's Wharf, and 25 South St.,
BALTIMORE, Sin. '
gongrese haring repealed the Internal Rev.
enffe I. iw taxing Ferri et per cent., I
beg le.tie to inform I niers that front
this day tie same per 'a , .e will he taken
off the Ntail pride t,t NIORI / l'111,1,1•':F BU
PRR PILISPII.A.TR—OF 1.1118, via: $OO 00,
less 0 per cent., making the retail price now
$)6 40 per tou of 2,000 lbs., in Philadelphia
and Baltiin. re.
Discount to Dealers. - :
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer
Aug. 13, 180 u.
PIANOS, CA BINST AND Alf eItICAN OR
GANS. Superior tuned 7 octave PIANOS
from $350 npwards. ORGANS from $BO
*up WM rife All instruments selerte.l, re
commended and sold by me, additionally Ernar
witted. IlluArated circulars sent by mail,
when desired. P. BRNTZ,
„ N0..30 Rast,Market Street, York, Pa.
Mar. 12, 1885.
RAIN. AND GROCKREES.—The Mitten
market price p3id for Grain end ali kinds
ro lure. Groceries, Ferttlizers, kc., con
stantly on hand for sale at the Wareho its. el
Aug. 13,1866. CULP A EARN B HAW.
E4RAKE'S . PL ANTATION ISITTRits, or Old
Homatattrad Tonic, at Dr. K. LIORNI4I,Ii
Naaf' Walker & Co.,
6 MID 167 BALTIMOMI S ,•
kee. constantly en hand a large and well as
sorte. Lock of all kinds of goods at moderate
They e. ply orders for the finest to the
lowest pric articles, either reedy made or
made to miens re, to any part of the country.
Thee keep ale. an extensive stock of FURS
(RHINO GOODS, mbracing eery article of
Gentlemen's Under ear.' Also, MILITARY
I CLOTHS and every v ety of Military. Trim
mings, as well as an ed stock of BRADY
MAIM MILITARY GOOD •
Baltimore, Feb. 22, 1864.
NEWPORT h Mee, Meal Bak
era, Sou t L Washington street, . U square
from the Eagle Hotel, GET CYSBUI ; Pa.—.
Constantly on hand, the best of B' :AD,
CItACKEILS, CAKES, PRETZELS, ate. er
!OM! Wishing fresh Bread will be served et ,
morning, by leaving their name? and'residenee
at the bakery. Every effort made to please
Give qe a call I [April 20, '413. tf
Seltlek Still Ahead!
N EW SPitlNt,} GOODS!
REDUCTION IN PRICES?
J. L. SCHICK . •
would re.pectinlly say to the citizens of Get
tysburg and vicinity, that he is now receiving
at his store a splendid
STOCK OF SPRING . GOODS.
The stock consists in part of Fancy and
Staple DRY GOODS, of every description.
SILKS, MOZAMBIQUE, CHALLIES,
LAINES, BOMBAZINES, ALPACCAS, .
of all qualities and choicest styles, which will
be sold at PRICES TU DIY COMPETITION
of all kinds, including Silk, Linen and Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Stockings, &c. •
Also, a splendid assortment of RIBBONS,
Laces and Edgings ! , 14hrellas and Par:wide.- •
My stock of WHITE coops will be found 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, OASSI:gERSS and VESTINGS i
of all qualities and caoicest, styles. ,
April 16, 1.866. J. L. SCHICK.
Haunt Intro d; Groceries.
sutwribers have just returned from
the cities with an immense supply of
IIAU.DWARE k GROCERIES, which they are
offering, at their old stand - in Baltimore street,
at pricea d to suit, the times. Our stock consists
in pait of
SHOE FINDINGS, _
CADINET MAKER'S TOOLS,
HOUSEKEEPER'S HIM - RES,
ALL KINDS OF IRON, Ace.
GROCERIES OF ALI. KINDS,
OILS, PAINTS, kc., kc. There is no ankle
included in the several departments mentioned
above but what, can be had at this 43tore.—
Every class of Mechanics can be accommodated
here with tools and lindings,acd Housekeepers
can find every article in their line. Give us a
call, as we are prep 'red to sell as low for cash
as any house out of the city.
,101.,1, R. DANNER,
Gettyskurg, May 16, 1864.
Lancaster Book Bindery.
G EORGE WIANT,
B 0 01 BINDER,
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
Plain and Ornamental Binding, of every de•
seription, executed in the ntost substantial and
E. W. Brown, Esq.,Fartuers Bank of Lancaster
N. L. Pettier, Esq., Lancaster County Bank
Samuel Shock, Esq., Columbia Bank.
Samuel Wagner, Esq., York Bank.
William Wagner, Esq., York Coiiaty Bank.
T. D. Canon, Esq., Bank of Gettyshorg.
Peter Martin, Esq., f'roth'y of Lancaster co., Pa
Geo. C. Hawthorn, Fsq., Register " .
Geo. Whitson, Esq., Recorder It
April 13, 1661 •
I4ING continues the business
of SALE CRYING, and solicits the eau.
filmed patronage of the public. It is his c3n
stant endeavor to give satisfAction. ChArges
moderate. Residence in Breckenridge street,
P. S.—lie is a licensed Anctioneer, under the
tax Lau , of the United Stai.es.
Nov. 24, 1862.
THE undersigned, being the authorized person
to make removals into Ever Green Ceme
tery, hopes that such as contemplate the renroval
of the remains of deceased relatives or friends
will avail themselves of this season of the year to
have it done. Removals made with promptness
—terms low, and no effort spared to please.
March 12,'C0. Keeper of the Cemetery,
New Warehouse. •
.100.000 ttie BUSHELS lFnewGGßrAtliNn
and Produce 'louse, in-Carli=le street, -adjoin.
iug Sheads & lluehler's establishment. The
highest market price will always be paid is
GRAM, of all kinds,
Jelways on hand and tor sale, at the smallest
SALT, MT. '
Wholesale and retail.
TRY US I We shall do our best to givt
satisfaction is all ca?es.
MeCITRDV & DIEUL
Gettysburg, May 111., 1663. ly
Carriages and Buggies.
T ATE & CULP
are now building a rariety of
OACII AV.() R K •
of the latest and most approved styles,' and
constriteted of the best m !Aerial, to which they
invite the attention of buyers. Having built,
our work with great care and of material
selected with special reference to beauty of
iryle and• durability, we can confidently re
common!' the troll: as unsurpassed by any,
either in or out of the cities.
All - we ask is an inspection of onr work to
convince those in want of any kind of vehicle,
that this is the place to buy them.
REPAIRING in every branch done at short
notice mud on reasonable terms.
Give !Ls a call, at onr 'Factory, near the
corner of W3.oington pad Gharunereburg
- streets, Gettysburg. -
P. J. TATE. WM. E. CULP.
Mar. 19, 1863.
Esters Cottage Organs
ARE not only unexcelled, but they are ah
sulutely unequalled, by any , other Reed
nstrument in the country. Designed express
ly for Churches and Schools, they are !gond
to be - equally Well adapted to - the parlorl and
drawing roum. For sale only by , I ,
E. N. BRUCE I , ,
No. 11 NorthAsventh St.,
1:12" Also, BIUDIOTRY'S PIANOS, and a
complete auortment of the PERFECT 11,1 E
LODEON. [Oct. 2, JIM. ly
'S ft " • ,-- -
S(IA A Month !—ACIENTS ,wtiteld
t' UV fir six entrrsiv new articles, itlOont•
Address 0. T. °AILEY, CitX flu il.ling., Bid
-4 elbrcl, M - ' [Msy 21, 84. illy
f • -
p URE piDER, VINEGAR. at swan's Grpeery
en due - corner of the Distnouil.
:Apeit.ll4, 1868. , ,
szrag, NOTION ANN) VARIE
TY•ATURE, • A
Where yon can buy the cheapest an d best'
\‘' email iu tovra,
Corner ofthe Dianicvad end York Street.
RATS FOR OI.I> Al:N.—Soft and-stiff brim'.
'HATS FOR FASITIONABLE MEN.—Always
RATS FOR. VOtING 'YEN..—'The latest is
['RATS FOIL BOYS.—Every Variety and style.
HATS FOR CHILDREN.—Tr e at and fashiona
, BOOTS FOR MEN AMd IBOYS.=. 7 Cheap and
.SIIOES FOR MU AND BOYS.—A. large ss
sortment. . '
SHOES FUR LADIES.—Good. cheep and nest.
SHOES FOR CHILDREN.—The best assort-
Meta in TOW/J.
GAITERS OF EVERT STYLE.—For Ladies;
Gents and Children
'ICRINGS OF ALL. KINDS.—.For Ladies,
Gentlemen and Children.
• '.3.—For Men, Ladies and Children,
heap as ever.
• S.—A splendid assortment.
L.-MS.—Fir Ladies and Gentle.
tlies and Gents.
\ API-REFS.—Nice and
'9 Ladies and
cheap for CM
COMBS.--G um and Elor
GARTERS.—Beat Elastic to
CORSETS.—The beet fialng
fortahle at low prices.
SPOOL currON.-Of all color?,
'and best. -
' VARIETY GOODS.
LADIES',BASKETS—Chevest in town
CARR' AGE'WHIP.i—Of best India Steel
WricoPS--That make a keen nOge.
SHAVING SOAP AND BRUSHES—The yery
LEAD PENCILS—Orate best Take.
snoE BRUSHES—Cheap but goad.
CARPET SACKS—PIain and Railroad
TRUSKS—Uf all sizes. •
Sier•Before purchasing always call at the
FIRST NATIOXAL STORE and save money
by buying cheap. I. B✓WOODS.
Jude it, Intl. •
18 ' ICEW I A ' M ' I,f,I . 7 I ,t, ' ,I ' ,NTs. 66.
ri WHAT A LARGE
ur Stock ot Cheap Clothing at
PLAYED OUT! TILE - HIGH PIIICES.—
Call and be sAtisrie4,by pricing Clothing
IT CAN'T nE DENIF,D, THAT PICKING has
the largest assortment of Coats, Pants and
Vests, in the county.
riIIIUNKS AND CARPET BAGS, in endless
variety, oilcan:it PICKING'S.
T IS EVEN SO! A large stock of Over
t shirts, Suspend..rs, Umbrellas, White and
Calico shirts, cheap at PICKING'S.
'!TICE!kNICER-I I NICFST!! I All kinds
Sunday and every-day suits cheap.
GENTEEL! GENTEELF,RI I GENTEEL
EST! I I Ilkek Clo`th Frock, and Sack
Coats; also all kinds of Gassimere, Duck, Cot
ton wad Linen Coma. Gallat PICKING'S.
TT IS INDEED ASTONISHING, what a
large add cheap assortment of Pants can
he lwi at PICKINGS.
cheapT l a lE t E I Fine assortment
plcK n i f N u G lo s e . ks
0 USE TALKING, Wit come right along
and price Clothing, Notions, &0.7., at
IUrrSICAL INSTRUNIT:NTS. Vi&ins, Ae
-01 cordiona, Flutes and Fifes, to he had at
ARK YOU IN? For a cheap snit. Then
call at .PICKING'S.
111E:-,till WKS, or any other kind of good
money, taken in exchange for Coats,
Part 0, Vc.4.3, le ,At . PICKING'S.
I' 1111 , 1 otti.:A.T SENSATION of the day—
Picking's Clothing Store.
H EA.P„ CHEAPER, : CHEAPEST—Pick
Ing's Spring and Summer Clothing.
G O AND SEE Picking's Cheap Clothing.
STOP A MOMENT !— What ' s the hnrry ? I
want to rrei. a snit at' PICKING'S.
A . 1 , brimit E ll.l'll is putting on a new suit.
I. Let all the people go to Picking's and dc
likewise. [April 23, 1866.]
Another Large Stock
OF NEW GOODS
JUST RErEIVED AT GRIMES'S
James A. Grimes, York street, has been to
the city, again, to replenish hii stock, which
went of so rapidly, beeitipm it was to vtry
good and so very cheap: .The new stock heats
anything he has yet offered to this community',
and he hopes all the people will come and see
for themselves. Ills new purchase of SYR
UPS can't be beat, and he will sell from a
pint up to a barrel ; his SUGARS are of iil3
varieties, including the very' prinyest ; his
C'IFFEES are the best in the market ; his
FISH are elegant; and his FLOUR extra.
Ile has laid inn large lot of STONE-WARE,
which be offers cheap, end 19 sure w-II please
—so with his WOODEN-WARE, QUEENS
WARE, LAMPS, PICKLES, SPICES, CON
FECTIONARY, Tolniecm.ewl Segars, and the
thousand other thing.; 14 b found in his very
full and complete Store. By selling cheap,
and selling quick, he expects to get along
quite as a ell as those who have greater profits,
but sell slower. [June it, ISCI3.
T PRIVATE SAl.E.—Several HOUSES
can tie pat chaaeti ut Private Sale by call
ing on FAH NES I'ODK BROPDERS. •
Dee. 13. 181;11 tf
MITE nirler•ii,rned Vrl) , ./ I d most respectfully
inform the Public thAt he continues the
at his shop; lately Philip Dtersom's, adjoining
Trosers paint shop, in .East Middle street,
tilettyshiirg, where he will at all times be pre
•Pared'to do Itlacksmithine; work to Carriages,
linggiea, IVAgons, Ate. , That he knows how to
do all jobs of the kan , t will not be questioned
by those who have a knowledge of his tong
experience at the business. Conte on with
your wotk, and you wilt be satisfied when you
take it away--and for which-he will receive
coe Oeuutty Produce.
Mat. 20, 1945. tf
ITHE subscriber has•some WEST
ERN LANDS, which he will trade for one
or more FARMS in this county. The lauds
are trell located, and very desirable for 'farm
.iag. itarly application desired,
ACO II BRINKERHOFF.
Gettysburg, April 3, ;865.
Cottage OP lU)a , tan i PR IMMIX Staters,
;This flonse is on a direct line between the
!.111Wthern Central and Baltimore nod Ohio
Ritlilroad Depots. It has been refitted and rom
tititably arranged for the convenience and the
of t ertainment of guests.
'ay. 20, 1665. tf
42 '00 ' - • dr.,
liie e e-ead/
a / a t:44v , r &0142z4
Aug. 13, luu6. 2 n
The Far Famed
4 4 TTNTv FAISAL CLOTIIES
V Besides the great eneinz of Lattor, the
swing to the wear etkri tear of clothing in e
single year, tn Jre that* arn c nuts to the price of
this Wringer. It is strange that any family
should he willing. to 4o without it. For, sale
et IPAIniIiSTUCK naps., wad at C. 11. Brfsll
- [Feb:' 19.
The Greatest Family
Medicine in the World,
The 'Wootton of the Pub'let and espoelany es
miner from that dres , lllll disease, Diptherla
Bore Throat, is called to the grrat remedy known 00
Asa sun cure for Sore Throat or Dipth
Croup, Bronchitis, Scarlet Fever, a.c., and an o e t r lti
diseases of the throat, and also an infallible remedy
for Dotrrhma, Dysentery, Cholera Muttons, - Salk
Headache, Sudden Colds and Coughs, Neuralgia,
' , W h isk, Old Sores, &a. It is also invaluable fey
R ro ises, Frosted Feet, Swelleli Joints, Bites of Fade
storm Insects, he., and a prompt and rare remedy
for Cramp Chotic and all Pains in the Stomach aril
This medicine has bean tried In thousands of =
hi different parts of the country, and has
m o d to ears if used in time, and accordintio
directions. A great amount of suffering m
often be saved by having a couple of bottles of
valuable medicine in the house. - As an evidence or
Its great qualities the proprietor warrants ono
bottle to give entire satisfaction,
Try at and be convinced of.ita great Talus. .
GREAT COUGH REMEDY,
For the Rapid Cure of Coughs, Colds fl
Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Dinka
of Breathing, Spitting of Blood, First
Stage' of Consumption, Serene* or •
the Throat, and all Affections
of the Pulmonary- Organs.
This Syrup is an inyaluable remedy for iheant
a. 'on find cure of Pulmonary Di:leases. It *
pro • .tin its action, pleasant to the taste, and fros
Its e . .0 mildness, is peculiarly applicable to the
use of .•ildren and persons in delicate health.
an mood expectorant, it will always be found to
be hefted ' • by alleviating and arresting the seveni
spells of con • ing so distreuing to the patient.
The antic rely upon its doing of much,
morn than any o •• er remedy in soothing the neryss,
.facilitating expect!) •• ion, and healing the Diseased
Lungs, thus striking t the root of all diseases and
eradicating it from the stein.
All I ask is • trial oft 'a preparation, II It has no
equal in its effects, and • rer fails to gin entin
satislaction to all who use it. We warrant it in all
ewes or the money refunded.
Try it--only 25 and 60 I •nts a BottlO.
READ ONE! REAL LL I
A GREAT DISCOVER
And Diseases OriAinlaing from •
DISEASED LITER and STOMACEI
By the use of from one to three bottles the mat
obstinate cases of
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Hilton' Attacks, Slt
Headache, Sour Stomach, Flatulency, Dropsy,
Lose of Appetite, Costiveness, Jaundice,
4 . ‘ Cholera Morino', Female Weakness and
Irregularities. Nervous Affection .
and General Debility,
. cursed by exposure Imprudence,
"0 or otherwise; Discuses of the Skin, such as •
Ulcers, Scrofula, Ihill Pain in the Head, Yek
lowness of the Skin, Dimness of Vision. Constant
Imaginings of Evil and great Deprewien of Spirit.
ARE ALL SPEEDILY CURED.
This being an entire vegetable compound Is war•
ranted a sate and effectual remedy not only for Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint, but for all other disease,
arising from a disorganised or a diseased stomach,
or impurity of blood.
Asa blood purifier ind tonic or general appetizer,
these bitters have no equal, and should be used lit
every family, as disease cannot exist where they art
used. They are also warranted a perfect safeguard
against Feist and Ague. Ladies desiring a Wear
completion and gond health should riot fail to sae
them. They are particularly recommended 10
those who are suffering under Debility and Deprave
lion of Spirits, their soothing and renovatin powers
being particularly adapted to all awl eases. g
gmor, $l,OO PEE BOTTLE.
ter&-For sale by A. D. liachler,(lettiaburg,
and Coontry Dealers generally.
Hay 7, 1.866. Gin
Horse ad Cattle Mom
t Olf ftt.oviddy:
• .'! down and
• s ttd borsch,
g su ,inch and Inter
a •pre pre•
this animal such
To keepers of Cows this prepontleo 7e InealoiLbfa
n inentua the qaantaty and Improves the quality
of the milk. It has
. lawn proven 1.3, ea
' e . A...- - tool expentrmat to
it JO •A . '' .7... ."-... ,,,t, lecrea,e the quote
''';' ' • --' ~..,:.!. ,-, taty ~.f milk and
cii44..s. ...' .. .0. , ..% '.11- 1 , :-. i nut c:'amentdwauenalltie pee
~ ,4,taLlini ki . ~ butter Arm and
', sweet. In Wt.:lima
, 0 cattle. It eves them
• ' i . .lk ~;,. • At . i au appetite, loosens
..--'.." . - zt,.,.:.1 . ......0 , their hide. and
'i".. • . 'sr. runlet theta taunts
In all diseases M Swine, such u Cough', ricers In
the Lungs, Liver, .
/se., this artim ,
sets as a specific.
By putting from • •
one-bait a paper -• •Z. -41":
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the _ cr , -'-
above diseases " • --- .7 = n_ja
will bo eradicated • . -
or entirely prevented. If given In time. a certain
preventive and Sure for the hog Cholera.
PM* Rh Coati per Paper, or 5 rapers for $l.
O. A. FOTITZ Sr, 13110.,
INIKKENALE intro AD incolan arm
No. Ile Branklia St., Baltimore, led.-
Fur Sale by Druggists ILIA Storekapers 'brume*.
oat Me United States.
For sale by A. D. 13.1eliler, Gettygbarg ;
Laughlin & I3u Ltield , Wheehng, Va ; C. C.
Bender & Co., l'thsburg; JuhusJu, Ilollowa.i
.t Cowden, Philadelphia.
Dec. 1 i t ly
T UR BEST IN TOWN !
COME AND SEE THElki!
STRICE:IIOIJ.Kit s Wl-34)T7.1EY have ad
ded aI 1 rg.• And splen StJe kof GROCSBIEs,
to their basilicas, and incite the p.iblic to call
and see for themselves. They offer the best
of f•currthisg, at th. Invest ppsible profits:
COW' , EKS, SUGARS, SYMEP.S, MOLASSES,
SALT, FISH, Spiees, Tens, elmove, Starch,
Soaps, Candles, Blacking, )farclies, Tuba,
Buckets, Brooms, Bed Cords; wit!' Gentile
tionary, Granges, Kuti, Tobaccos, Sesairs—
and A variety entirely too isrge to be =dm,-
rived. "Come ooe, COMO ,
Gettysburg, June IS, 136 d. tf
SWIM WARE Alld
VILVER, KATE!) wAns
of the Toff hest quality, a %sir assortment iust
received. ..CAI cod 'resit. ' l , J. EWAN,
upplaito the Usk, Gettysburg.
Win cure All CetPea of
lE' t 11 V y
A ji 8 riertb'
I. ♦ PIOTICCTIO mums or TI.
Protoxide of Iron, "
new discovery In medicine whlch
STRIKES AT THB ROOT OP DISBARS,
by supplying the Blood with Its VITAL,
PIUIIOIP4II, oe Lire ILIIIIIIST-.12031.
This is the secret of the wonderfil 'nooses of
this remedy in coring
DTIPEPSTA, LIVER COMPLAINT, DROP
SY. CHRONIC DIARRIREA, BOILS,
Nervous Affections, Cadls find Fe
vers, Rumors, buss of Constitu
tional Vigor, Disease of the
. Kidneys cud Bladder;•
and all diseases originatingin
A HAD STATE OF THE BLOOD,
or accompanied by Denurrr, or a LOW
Or ?u SYSTICX
Being free frotu Alcohol, in any form, it,
ener.rizing elf..!etiKre not followed by corres-c
poniling re teti.n, but are permenent,infoaing
strength, rigor and new life itiV) all parts of
the sy nein, and building up an IRON CON..
DY3PEPSTA AND DEDICTTY
From the Venerable Archdeacon Scott, D. p.
Dosnaw, Canada East, March 14, ltt6s,
• • "I am NO inveterate Dyspeptic of
more than 23 years' standing."
• • • "1 h tee been so wonderfully
benefltted in the three short weeks tinting
which I have used the Peruvian Syrup, that
I can scarcely persu ate myself of the reality.
People who have known me are astonished
at the change. lam widely known, and ten
hut recommend to others that which has done
so much for me."
One of the mast TINTIVOUISRED JU
RISTS in New England Wheal to a friend an
"I have tried the PERUVIAN SYRUP, snit
the result fully sustains your predirtion. it
has in Oen sew x.s of me; Infused into my
system new ri,sor and energy; 1 am no longer
tremulous' and debilitated, Rs when you' fait
aw ore, but stronger, heartier, and with ler
capacity for labor, mental and-physical,
'„itt any time during the last five years,"
f,mISESI I)lVI of Bunton rave:
\ xe been using thergli.UVlAN SYRUP
tim e past; it gives me new vigor,
spirits, elasticity of muscle."
for sorn e ::
fllOll ANDS have been changed by
the use of this remady ; from weak,
enff•:ring creatures, to strong, healthy,
and happy Inca and women; and invalids mtu
nOt reasonably hesitite to give it a trial.
A iimnohlet. or 32 lives, containinsi certifi
cates of cures nn•irecomfnetidation• ruminate
of the most eminent, physicians, clergymen,
mid others, wilt be sent ma to any address.
-;Qrtiee that each bottle has esauvwr
SYRUP blown in the glass..
IPOR BAIA RV
J. P. Dlneinore., Tmpih ter.
3tl Dey Street, New rtrk,
AND BY Al 4 tiKUUat.ere.
All Medical Men agree that for Mal fa the
BEST ILEMEDY for Scrofula' and all kindred
diseases ever cligeovere.l. Tali difficulty has
oxen to obtain a Pune SOLUTION OI it.
DR. 11. ANDRRS'
I lODINE WATER,
14 a Pure Solution of lodine, WiTLIOUT A
&most Powerful Vita[alo e ( Agent and Rego-
Iq WELL cure SCROi•TL,k in n!1 its manilobt
ULCERS, CANCRitS, SYPHILIS, SALT
and it hal been n e ed wit.lt IlAtonishing screams
In cotes of It iculn ktisrn,Dy!.pcpsia, Conan mp-
Peotale CompLunt!, He ,rt, Liver and
Kidney Dn,ea.3es, Acc.
Circular 3 will he sent race to any address.
Price :5(.00 a bottle, or n for 465.00.
Prepared by Dr. IL ANTANS, Physician and
Clic ni t
/OR XMAS lIV
3. P. Dlnqmore. S 8 Dey fit reel, New Tork,
WILD CIIRBR Y
HAS SICEI V 314.0 SitA4my
HALF A CENTURY,
Moir sUrCIAII It Cent , l6l
Cough', COWS, Ilnrrs.nraa, Sore Thrum, In•
fint-nzA, Whoopin4 Cfule,. Croup, Liver
Complaint,' 13rnn.•hitis. Diffiedliy of
A.tlrma, and evety
eff log of .
TILE THROAT, 1.1;1C,74, AEC CHEST
whirh ram-. vict, m. than fl ny other
di r.t•e,nnJ kw!, I i,UI. s the ttolt or the phy
i ;us to n greater•entent than ooy other
TIELOR TO Tflfg REMEDY,
when all others prove inblfeetnal.
AS A MEDICINE,
rapid in relief, soothing in effect, earn i n its
while as .t prep tra , i..ll, free from noxious In•
grodi.•nts, ”91 - . , 111 or m verale ; nutting skill
: , rier.ce nn•l nee , lic ; combining
all that ie valuable in tip• VeiNtable kingdom
for this class of dit...M.e, it is
and is entitled to. writ.; x•id receives. the gem
ern' enntiolehee of the
TliATC111:11., M. D.,
of Marne in, N. Y., write'a ns f0:10111:
"WIArAR'S 1N1.5411 or Wad) eIIgRRY giver
witi.ietuiu. It seems at. cure a
Guilt t.t loogening tied cleansing the lungs,
uud nil ing TOR
CAUSE, inste id or drying on the cough and
leaving the cause behind. I consider tee Bid
sntn its go•id an any, if not the heat, Cough
with which I :tin
The Rev. JACOB SIX/11,1ift, of Nanote•,
P,t , well known and mash reverted among
the Orrin in population of this count rf, mate!'
the tolloaing statement for the benefit o 1 the
Dear Sirs :-'laving realized in my - firstly
importint benefits from the use of your ratea
ble preparation—WlSTAWS BALSAM OF
WILD Ciff:RßY—it aftwds me pleasure to
,reomin , nd it to..the public, Some eight
r err ago one of ray daughters seemed to be
in a decline, and little hopes of her recovery
were entertained, d, Olen prornred a bottle
yourescrllent flalsnm, and before she bad
taken the whole of the contents of the bottle
there was a great imrrbrement in her be.ilth.
I have, in my indirEdintl (we, toad! frequent
use of your vain ble medicine, and bare al•
ways been benelltuid by IL
Price one dollar a bottle.
• , Toll MA t. It AT
J. P. Wilootinere. se Dry Strpet. New 'reek.
Seth W. Fowl° dc Men. Proprloiervi,Bergelli
ANUBT •LL valluuisrd
Grace's Celesrated Salts
wirer Ca's, Btwas,llsalds - . -
Grace's Celebrated %I've
°nuts Wound+, Bruises, Epnt
Grace's Celebrated Salve
cures lioile, Ulcers, cancers.
Ci race's Celebrated Salve
cures Soft ttheum, Erysipelas.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
cores Chapped Ilands,Obilbbilns
Grace's Celebrated Salve
bents old Sates, Ftesti Wounds c.
It is prompt In sedan, remotes pain M u th,
and tclareo die most satty-lcoking erne go
end inflammations. as if by masis....dbus
fqr.ling relief and a eon:pieta cure. .•
li-15 cents a bo: l (Sint by Mud IbrANI
F or sale by.J. P. DINAMORE, 35Thotiarita,
New York, S. W. POW4E
Roston, and by, all tYruggists, % Gtoof . iff . A.F il i
Country Stores, I
July It, ISUS. I.l' 014