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Ire ibuidebia liesme"
of Zhao* die 'girl,. from Cod&
- "kb beed riot 100. Dr Tobias' Vanities'. Horse
as wilt positively ewe every ones, I/gives
iorbeia stmt taken. The cost Ss only one dollar.
Hien: oghter of a bbasestioel4 haveabottle to his
1/4811 4 rOmblr for Wee. LI ht warranted superior to
=lt else for the ware of Cote, Wind Galls,
X Sore Throat, Sprains, Bruises. Old
Nada, rsu Luticaeot is no new remedy. IL
be* used sad approved of for 19 yearn by the
amok 1 4011001611 in the country. Given to en over
sides* boanre„ it outs like magic. Orders aro coo
l/40W ',solved front tke racing stables of Fiug
land florrA. The ft/eh:Wed Hiram Woodruff, of
i n* im Ag bas used It for years, and says it Is
fistr JO ear other he has tried. Hieind
ly permits me ,to refer to hint. His address is
Boa Xekr York, Long Island. Iteeolleet, Dr. To
bias. Velettlett Horse Lluiment Is put up in pint
bottles. Take no other. Sold by the Druggigts
wed XasitUers, Depot, b 0 Courilandt Street, New
Veit. (Jan. 7,1897. 7W
; Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
' , rug TITS RAPID CURE. or
telphiltis,l Colds, hiltuenst, Hoarseness. Croup.
amilikius. Incipient tionsutnption.atid for the
?We! of of Constimptive Patients in advanced
- Magni of the disease. i
. - 44 e wide Is the field of its userniness and so nu
assrouse are the cases of its cures, that almost eve
tylsestion of country abounds in persons public-
Jy.khasco, who have been restored from alarming
sad Orbs desperate dim:axes of the lungs by its'
use. Wben ones tried, its superiority over every ,
other oli.pectoraut is too apparent to escape oh.
;serration, and where its virtues are known, the
public no longer hesna.te what antidote to em.
is' foir the distressing and dangerous affections
Alf Ine inillniontiry organs that ure.incident to our
cite/ate. While many Interior rancittes thrust
upon the community have fallen nuil been Ms-
(nutted. this has Rallied friends by every trial,
sonterfed hen, tits on the uillicted they can never
forget, and pr.aitlead eurLa too outlier( us and too
remarkable to be forgotten. 1
We can oitlY assure the public, that Its quality
is eon/fully kept up to the best it ever has been I
;Id that it May ba relied on to do fin their ri.lief
I that it has ever done.
. °rest nuts berm of Clergymen, Physicians,
Statesmen, and eminent personages, have lent
Shelr willies to certify the unparalleled useful
gees of our remedies, but space [sere will not per..
*it the insertion of them. The Agents below
Isslued furnish gratis our American Alnianae in
bleb they aro given, with also full descriptions
1 the own plaints they cure.
Those who require an ALTERATIVE KEDfartg
io Dustily the blood will find AYER'S COMP, EXT. ,
friAggAPARILLA the remedy to Use. Try it ones,
pad Saul will know Its value.
Pretstred by J. C. AYE It 00., Lowell. Sala,
And solo) by A. D. Ltusiitsn, Gettysburg, i's.
Jett 7, 1857. tin
No Brandy. ,ipf3.
Plan questions demand plain anewera. ighouid
--tile Ad Static Citurra prevail among us, why
prescribe itadway's Ready Relief In pr. ft r. nee to
other prescriptions? hiroply, lo+mte.e It Is en as
telionme, nn invigora nt." a preventive against the
sonninrin, and contains no brut ly, rh utiarh, op/am,
esdornel, nor deleterious dru . It is a vegetable
lonlr and the instantaneous ,peration of the Re
lief render it the most valuable of ail known
reline:lilies for all rnalurious diseases which Mid
*anti' strike at the main channels oft itul ttetlott.
Opeoteet the system, thirty drops of the Relief
In a Wine-Ones or water, three times a day, will
'peeve Om In thous:tit Is of coo-a in 1049) a reliable
it r e erzug‘ e •e it, l w i e acute diseases like I/lpph-
Ad *Rh Neuralgia, one of the most agonizing
.eomplints known, can depend upon its etlteaey
when Used as an external eounterdrritant, and
an internal stimulant. For Cramps, elan for
Headache,_ ithetonutism, Adna in the
Legs, Feet, Joints, If applied over the part or
party, will afford Immediate relief. No family
"'hot 1,1 he without It. It never falls to effect co
llet. and a porn - mm.of ore.
Druggiste. l'riee 50 cents per bottle.
Jen. 14,18117. 2w
rtaANDPIZTIVei ao stimulate all the
innerfor powers of the systeiu that ever! po4 en
or Impurity le lamed from the I4ood into the
'bowels, and thus pusses off. Pteeent eases of
?sickness will often he cured by the erect of fl or 3
.11n1rwiteth'a rills, which, when the operation 1e
All and complete, leave the blood as free frprn
paisamous and unhealthy mutter as thetas new
issra Irene. In colds, inthunmatory diseaaes, and
train In Cholera, their ilea restores to health soon
er than all other remedies, beeauso they take
Owen the blood and bowels those mutters upon
?winch pains. erainim, Bud aches depend for eon—
Ltaptain Ignite Smith, of Sing Ring, Kays, thirty
itrand.retlt'a Pills, taken &counting tu diree
mos., fwred ww or p vary severe WM1411411 strap
g itteT fitthOr AP-law had fail,d, And he whaugi
athi ti!mtertwas friends totttow tbo fact.
aratt4rot4 Pn/m, BrandreLb
fintike,-117e. York. Sold also by *IL Druggists.
Oeirt Ivy game kw Government &LAWN without,
fleAleb t,11y11,14 rhrg spvrtuos.
cc, ; ll,l=. hen N. ttRANDILETEL
The Read of ii Comet.
Ae~+k}ll4t In Si fltoo, is renderil tem hdd more
and there ere tlaauntude of th.ry bornsiti beads
attach might be ruudered (*health:lg by simply
ortianglng their tlot b n uteliow brims, at* per.
fef tly guttural Week, with
ChIRISTA.I3OIIO44 luta Dr F,,,
iszidieulous to carry Into society a grey, sandy
tolt ClirrOtty head, whoa Ave minutes would ren
oc4ir it sa alerattire as Nature could bare made It
ete leer boxppleat Manufactured by
tefiltlealtlx),lti), 6 Actor Houm , ,NPW York. Bold
Druggiats. Applied by all !Lair Tlemcen.,
Deb al t . 00, 1.14
Os. 6011.3311CFC'Ei PILLS.
EVBSTITUTE FOR CALONEL.
Oise Pim a= oonip.oed of earions"roca& having the
Ower to rear the secretion,. of the User se y-ourptly end
giletnallY a b'uo. ell or moreerr, and wither& prothteing
mom d,..,grosole w isueroar elkiri which taco
otl the use of the latter.
la WI billow disordeo. th-sePUla may be need with eon&
illecee, to they jirotoo.b the discharge of villeted Dik, and
roams those obetrucions from the Uver sod binary dusita,
arida arse the cans: of bilious affections In sena*,
icIMEMVN's It&N"l. ttii '114..0 cure hick
itud 111 disorde re of the t.trcr, to i.ood railer' skin, eoaled
loupe, eralvoucna, drowsiness, and a tenant feeling of War
Iglista4 and lamitud..,.h. 'tag that the liver is le a kieja4 at
1 ' Lisbon, these Pills mar to need with &detritus bah
r mama hea a paleadve w alterative medicine s reluired,
I Swim ode for Dr, Schenck'. Mandrake pilaw and
thel the tore Itheneams pf the thsetor an ea the
Goistrualeat Marup—one when In the lost step of 11144
matufttlob, outtl tbo other In his aresent
elot4 by all Drlntglate atid dealers. Prom 15 coots sew hog.
rriattpal °Mee, 110, Is North otb direct, P nit Pa..
Benoist WhilhesWe Ariztoi: bema. itsradu.k Cet, St Park
Wye, New York: $. 8, Haute led Beitunons Dant
tam, 'ld,: Joan D. Park, N. S. ear, of Fourth and WM
' pat it., C.neninied, Ohio: Walker de Tasks., 550 and Isd
Wakarb imam. Cblatgo, MI. Cala. .router,, aqua) wag
sailor at S.w9ad Vibe 54 , 1„ at. 1,06.,
lab idth w. t L Mo.. yr
Ire Consumptive*, ' ------- ------
Tha w i r , r ib wr. hav i„ g born " we d to hos i t h P RICES at the Excelsior cannot be under
in • env Week.* bi a very simple remedy, after .
. .L - rated while the quality and style of PlO-
lesielug stuttered fur several years with a severe IL ggs viibnot be surpassed. Call and ex
lung affection. and that dread disease, Consuitt p- ; , C. J. TYSON.
tioo—is anxious to make known to his fellow- • ' ,130
ggrnrs the means (-drupe, --•------------- -- -
TOP A/ Who desire lt, he will send a eivy or the lif exleeleut astot talent of Flannels, Mug
procrietort usod tfree of charge ,) with the direc-: Is.. lies, Linens, Balmoral and filoop Skirts,
Mats r preparing and using the same, which t be had at _ J. L. SVIIICK'ai.
they will rind a St'ltlC t.'l!alt SOU COMSCUPTiOtryJ
_ _.... ._
AISTIMA.. linometirri , ,, (2ouutts. COLDS, and ail ..
Throat and Laing Affeettons, The only object of 1141 my abeenee , there be a thor
she advertiser in sending the Prevription is to oughly competent operator in charge of
baned"heallikted ' an ' lBl""4lur"rl""°n which the gicelisor Gallery, and work of all kinds
he ooneelves to be invalu.,hle, and he hopesevery
miorer will try his remedy. as ft will exalt them ' and under all circumstances must give satis
pottilog, and mAy prove a IJIMMIIIIr, I faction before it can leave our Rooms.
Parties wishing the preeerlption rags by rettant - C. J. TYSON.
mall, will please address
Rev. Eow.i.R.c) A. Wfrso.N.
Williamsburg. Kings co., Now York.
- Km , . 5. 1886. Iy
Wonderful but Tinsel
%DAME REMINGTON, the world renowned
Astrologist and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant,
- white in a clairvoyant state, delineates the very
leotards of the person you are w murry, and by
the aid of On instrument of intense power, known
lot the PsYchotrittrope, guarantees to produce a
peellset ati.l lifelike picture of the future husband
itilitife of the applicant, with date of marriage,
surstapetkul,_ /eliding traits of character, he. This
lane Iroptuation, as testimonials without number
ego eseert, By stating place of birth, age, disposi
tiliest,bolOr of eyes suit hair, and enclosing Arty,
mots, and stamped envelope addressed to your. pERSOYS wishing PHOTOGRAPHS of
*elf, you wahrecelve the picture by return runt', , their children will find ft to Weir advan
together with desired information,
Address in_ool4tiel:SCe, MADAILE GERTIMDZ tag! to ca l l 411 the E ie r it i°l%.
INOTOS,V, 0. Box ZB, West Troy, N. 'Y. C. J. TYSON, Gettysburg, Pa.
Tpt if, leek ant
N order to prove the assertions made is
lossibtent. Illhoodnein and Catarrh. favor of procuring PHOTOGRAPHS at the
...geastAed with the utmost encomia, by Dr, J. „neloior Gallery, call and sit for your
thAA94. Oculist and Aurett, (formerly of Leyden.
..wi d giand,) No Mu PiNEStreet.Phitedelphts. Toe- PICTURE. No charge will be made unless
uitanonisle from the must reliable sources in the you are pleased with the result and choose to
rea Oonotry can be seen at his °Moe. The leave your order. C. I. TYSe)?f.
leaf fiscally are invited to soeompeny their
te, ea be nes no secrete in tthi pracaaoe. Ar. JUET THE THING.—If you have chapped
area itiseeted, without path No charge' hands, lips or rough akin, use the OLIEN
by Dr. R. BURNER. It. it j
- 4 e 114pf.41,4804 1Y
at this season of the year.
G 0 to Tyson ' s Excelsior Gallery for your
PICTURES, if you want the full worth of
your money and a litt;o1 more.
W E have just received a sew assortment
oCQbeessware r to which we invite the
attention 04 buyers. A. fIaDOTT it SOLI,
. .Ittesamme„ bast 'tree. VICELBIOB. is oar motto ;to please all
Ilvearymout,ledy.mldgetitlencum in.the United .1.!4 Oar 44 , ; and to Tudor totiohmtiont in
alo e s twa bear something very much to their id. every jasmine, our determination.
• ,by ,
This by ad. C. J. TYSON Gettysburg, Va.
„ 1 allus,.. rig
. thisTlVAßCAlifil—l•larimaiwtroPPl of ever
"194450 W 7 M-P lt richr ._ Flom 'VI* oftd Pries—just copepod at
Noirriaire sad Calls/sm.
AN Off WARIVERG AND INSTRUC,
set 1,0 YOUNG ME/Ir. Also. Dissases sod.
. whit* penrtanently prostrate the vital
'yids sore stems of tenet. Beat tree of
La nodded enitslcr e. Addxesa, Dr. J.
• elt • H2OVGIITOII. otrardAtesostatiott,
.hhcpa, [ t o NIL toetref
w mi Dr i lP•111ri Nat.
Sd -of FRIIRUART
- ( 4 10 7
,ky nest, IA rotimiumoi as Order of the
orphans' tioattillit Me.. eoaaty. v iranted to
the undecitigtaik will -be offered at Public
Sale, on the prelethies, Ilse RealEetate of Peter
Baker, derv* ad, consisting of
A FARM, eilusAe •partly In liamiltonhan
township, Adonis county, sad ?linty in Frank
lie county, Pa, adjoining lends of Lazarus
Baker, Walter Wagansaa, George Douse, Hen
ry CaufmAn, John Caufman and Leonard Cant.
man, contalaing . 3o.o Acres, more or less, im
proved with a One arta a Halt Story
LOG HOUSE, Log Bank Barn
Spring House, ice. A fair pro
portion of the tract is well tim
girSale to ccmmence at I o'clock, P. IL,
on said day, when attendaneso will be given
and terms made known by
Jan. 21, 1867. ti
ALL persons haring chime for damages
who could not knead on the 12th inst.,
to contribute their share towards bearing ex
penses of prosecuting the claims, Iran do so
at any time soon, by calling upon J. S. CRAW-
Yalta, Treasurer of financial Committee, Get
tysburg, Pa. By order of
AT BURNER'S DRUG STORE yap GM
assortmentalways find a goui assortment
SUES, COUBS, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT at. Hot.
ner's Drug Store.
nIIRE HAKISG SODA, SPICES, k.e., can
be had et lioruer'e Drag Store.
ANYBODY can have so ft bands by using
Dr. B. Horner's OLIEN.
DBY AND J. W. BRADLEY ' S CELERRA.
TED PATENT DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR
Tut wolostta6 rtsztsfuTY tad great cou
rtier and rtaastran to any lady wearing the Du-
PLR' ELLIPTIC SKIRT will be estatrienced
alarlyin allcrow . drd Avembhes,Operas,Carria
ges, it, tilroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs,
for Promenade and House Dress, as-the Skirt
can be tolled when in use to occupy a small
place as easily and conveniently as a Silk or
Muslin Drees. an invaluable quality in crinoline,
not found in any Single Spring Skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the PLICARCRV., COM
PORT, and greet convastsfice of wearing the
DUPLICI ELLIPTIC STRIIL SPRING SKIRT fur a
single day. will never afterwards wilingly dis
pense with 'their are. Fur Children, Misses
and Young Ladies they are superior to all
They will not bend or break like the Single
Spring, but will prrsezve their I•etfect and
gracrtnl shape iirliett three or four ordinary
Skirts will have been thrown aside as useless.
The Hoops are covered with double and twist.
ed thread, and the bottom rode are not only
double optillfiri, but twice (or double) covered,
preventing them from wearing out when drag
ging down steps, Stairs, lc.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with
all lathes and is universally recommended by
the Fashion Magazines as the STANDARD
SE:litT OF THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.
To enjoy the following inestimable advanta
ges in Crinoline, wiz: supeiior quality, perfect
)utinufacture, stylish shape, finish, tiexib,ility,
duraiiility, comfort and economy, enquire for
J. W. Bradley's Dupler.Elliptic„ or Double
Spring Skirt., and be sure you get the genuine
CA UTION.—To gusted against IMPOSITION
be particular to NOTICE the skirts offered us
"DUPLEX!' have the red ink stamp, viz: "J.
W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs,"
upon the waistband—none others are genuine.
Also Notice that every Hoop will ailtnit a pin
being passed through the centre, thus reveal
"inn the two (or double) springs braided togeth
er therein, which is the secret of their tlexiba
ity cad strength, end a contbivatiou not to be
found in soy other *fort.
FOR SALE in all Stores ichere FIRST
CLASS skirts arc told throughout the Uuited
States and elsewhere.
fisnutectured by the Sole Owners of the
Pateu4 WSSTS, BRADLEY ICRY,
97 ,Chambers t 791 81 Recede Ste., N. Y.
7en. 21, 18.1.. 3m
♦ Card. ;
AVIXG disposed of the Excelsior Gal
lery to C. J. Tyson, I take this oppor
unity to thank those who, during my short
residence in Gettystoirg, have favored me
with their putronti,ge; and also to recom
mend Messrs. I. 0. stud C. .1. Tyson to the
confidence of the pubic, as I bare in all their
dealings with me found them to be upright
and honorable men. D. S. BOYD.
Dee. 24, 186 g. 3m
r HAVE gone over the entire stock of AL
-1.13121MS and FRAMES, at the Exeeleior
tvillery, aOd marked them down to within a
fraction of coat. Now is your time for bar
gains. • - C. I. TYSON.
IfcCONACGIIY, during the session of
the Senate, will attend to his office on
'aturdays, and has also made such arrange
ments that his clients and their business will
at all times receive prompt attention.
Jan. 7, ISO. ate -
; •, ' Sittigles.
PRIME SEI . I.4aLF.S, the best in the market,
forsaltatJACOß 811EAUS'S new Lout
er Yard, on the Railroad, adjoining the Lime
Nor. 26, then. tf
I\T UNE but first rate PICTURES are allowed
IA to be t then from the Excelsior Gallup
Simples shown before the order is flied.
C. 4. TYSON'.
ALARGE lot of Piae Shingles from $6.50,
W $l5 per 10011; fur sale at the Lumber
yard bf _ U. BUEHLER.
Oct. 22, 18436.
CONSTANTLY on band, an assortment of
FINE FRAMES, PUOTOGRAPII AL
BUMS, Cards and Baskets for grasses from
the Battle Field. PUOTOGRAT&LS of our
Generals and other distinguished individuals
at the Excelsior Gallery. C. J. TYSON.
GRAIN AND GROCRRIFIS.--The highest
market price paid for Grain and all kinds
of Produce. Groceries, Fertilisers, ac., eon
'tautly On hand for sale at the Warehouse of
Actg. IT, 1866. CULP 1 EARNSLIA W.
Tess 1 Waal -
SAB FOR THS PBUPLN. Moro
Hooresoes Profits for Couuiaeril to pay.
UT Leg:" O os
i di r r:t r
T. Y. Kelley & Co., importers of Teas, in
connection with their large wholesale busi
ness, hare determined to introduce their Teas
directly to consumers at importers' prlum,
thus affecting a saving to the consumer of 40
to GO per cent. Fatuities can now club to
testier for any kind or qualities of Tess, in
packages of one pound and upwards,
will send them a superior *Aide of Tea at 5
per cent. above the cost of importation. Let
some energetic lady or other person in each
neighborhood cal: upon her acquaintances
and take -their orders for any of the following
, named Teas, and when a club of ten, twenty,
1 or more is obtained, send to us and we will
send the Tear put up in separate packages,
with the name of each person marked on it,
all enclosed In one box. As a farther seduce
scent to the person getting up the club we wilt
send for his or her services, an extra compli
mentary package on all orders of $3O and up
ward. It is perhaps not well understood why
we can sell Tel.. so very low ; Lot when it is
taken into crusideration that besides the orig
' WO cost of importation, the Broker, Specula
'tor, Jobber, Wholesale Dealer and Retailer,
has each to reap a large profit, and the innu
merable Cottages, Cooperages, Insurances,
Btorages,kc., which Teas hare to pass through
before they reach the consumer, will readily
explain this. We propose to do away with
seven-eighths of these profits and expenses,
and It now remains with the people to say
I whether they shall save 50 cent, to $1 00 per
,pound on every pound of Tea they purchase,
, or be compelled to give their earnings to a
Bost of useless go-bet wePels.
Ootoxo, (Black) 70, 80, 90, $1 00, $t 10, hest
$1 25 per pound.
&roust Bs AAAAA sr, (Black) 80, 90, $1 00,
bent $1 25 per pound.
YOU3CI limos, (Green) 85. 93, $1 03, extra
$t 25, superior $1 50 per pound.
Miran, (Green and Black) 70, 80, 90, but
$1 00 per pound. ,
luntaikb, (Green) $l3O, hest per pound.
JAPAN, $t 00, $I 10, $1 25, beet, per pound.
Guarorroza, (Green) $1 30, beet $1 80 per
We have lately added a Coffee Department
to cnr establishment, and 41though we cannot
promise the consumer as great a saving at we
can on Teas, (the margin for profit on Coffees
being very small,) yet we can sell Coffees fully
25 per cent. cheaper than retailers charge.
Our Coffees come direct from the Custom
House, and we roast and grind them periectly
pure, put up in 1 or more pound packages, at
en advance of 2 cents per pound.
Our Wholesale Price— , Grounti Coffees—
Pure Rio, 25,
30 cents per pound. Beet Old
Government Java, 40 cents. Best Ceylon,
SENDING MONET.—Parties sending or.
ders for lees than $.30 for Tele or ()effect
shou:d send with their order a P. 0. Draft or
the money, to save the expense of collecting
by Express. But large orders we will for.
ward by Express and collect on delivery.
We sh+ll be happy at all times to receive a
call at our warehouse from persons visiting
the city, whether dealers or not.
T. Y. KELLEY & CO.,
tats Kelley 1 Vought,
No. 50 Vain Street, New Yolk.
Jan. 21, 1867. $l5
AT PUBLIC SA L E.—On FRIDAY, the
let day of MARCH nest, the subscriber,
intending to quit farming, will sell ..at Public
Sale, at his residence, in Cumberland town
ship, Adams county, four miles flout Gettys
burg. and iuttnediately south of "Roan I Top, u
the following Personal Property, via:
ONE HORSE, 3 Cows, (all to be fresh
about the time of sate,) 3 head of Young Cat
tle, I Brood Sow and 4 Shoats, 1. heavy three
horse Wagon, with a good Lime bed, 1 two
horse Wagon, Winuowicg Mill, Cutting lios,
Ploughs, Double Shovel Plough, Cultivator,
Double and Single-trees, Hind and Frunt.
Gears, with Collars, Bridles and Wagon Sad
dle, 1 Riding Saddle and t Riding Bridles,
Halters and Chains, Cow Chains, Crow-bars,
Digging Irons, Mittock, Pick, Shovels, Forks,
Rakes, Axes, Grain Cradle, Mowing Scythe,
with other Fa rming Implements. Also, tiny
by the ton, Corn-Lilder by the bundle. Flax
by the bundle ; with Household and Kitchen
Furniture, such as
k BEDSTEADS, Tables, Chairs, Bu
reau', 1. ten-plate Stove and Pipe ; also, Po
tatoes by the bushel, Apple-Butter by the
crock, and a variety of other articles, too nu
memos to mention.
lirSsle to commence at 10 o'cloek, A. 14";
on said day, when attendance will be given
and terms made known by
RRUENN GOLDEN, Auctioneer.
Jan. 14, 1416 T. to
CHAMBERSBUSO BTRENT, GETTYS
BURG, PA:—WM. h. BTELIS, Pro-
This is a new Howie, fittei np in the most
approved style. Its location is pleasant, cen
tral and convenient. Every arrangement has
' been made for the a-rommodation and com
fort of guests. The Table will always have
the hest of the market, and the Bar the best
of wines and liquors.
There is commodious Stabling attached,
with an accommodoting ostler al 'Or nye on hand.
This Hotel is aow open for the entertain
, tnent of the public, anti a share of patronage
is solicited. No effort will be spared to render
Jan. 14, 1867. tf
13 . The subscribers respectfully inform the
.uolle that they have erected a Forge in eor.-
nectiou with their Steam Mill, *ad are now
FORGED AND HAMMERED IRON,
Guth as Plough, Norse-shoe and Bar Inn, and
respectfully invite Blacksmiths and Dealers to
give them a call, fee.ing satisfied that they
will be able to please as to quality, finish and
price. BRINGMAN A *ARKIN.
N. B.—The highest market price paid for
wrought and scrap iron. B. A W.
Dre. 17, 1666.
111117....81ickw ell & Co. have now
1867—ready their Revised Camlugue of Nevre
1861—pspers for 1867, containing all the
1867—principal Publications, for which they
1861—receive Subacriptiona at the Regular Rahn,
18G1—aud, on tnaLy of them, offer the ad van.
1867—tags of subscribing for 3 months. Send
1861—fora copy containing hilt details 01 our
1867—admirable system of operation. We
1861—refer to the Publisher of this paper.
BLACKWELL k CO.,
Office, 8-2 Cedar Street,
Box 4,298 P. 0., New York.
Dee. 81, 1866. 3m
TUSTICR OF THIC PNACE, will be at his
t y office, (at his residence,) in Cumberland
tovraship, ou Tuesday and Friday of each
week, to give his attention to Justice's busi
ness. (Dec. 3, 1988. 4m
OF PIiNNISYLFAINIA..—The• next Term of
this Institutton, under its re-organisa
tion, will commence on the 16th day of Jane
For terms of admission- catalogues, ke.,
address JU IN FASER, Preset.
Agrieultural College, Centre co., Ps,
Jan. Y 7 1861. $2
DPHORN k HOFFMAN are receiving New W E are always
glad to see our Merida at
Goods every week from the eastern CI- i the Excelsior. It still stands in the
ties. Do not fail to give them a call, on the same old place, on York street , opposite the
northwest Comer of the likluare, Gettysburg, Bank, Gettysburg , Ps. C. J. TYSON.
Pa. 't i _
(INN DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS will I Pay Up!
V bay a pair of uico, flue, patent leather?FßE undersigned baring retired•from busi
tipped BALMORAL STIOES, for ladies, at the ' i nese, he sake those indebted to make
Store of H. B. WOODS. 4 payment with as little delay as possible.
$9O vas wanted Such as do not settle before the first of Janis
(Aar sir l a ni Th i er a tia., jolt out. ary next, will find their sc.contts in the bands
A4dr ," 0. T. GAUP, City Buildieg, B i d . . of as officer for collection.
ieford, Ma. [M JOSEPH S. GILLESPIE.
ay 31, 1886. lily 1 ..,_
vettysbarg, Nor. 26, 1866.
R. HORNMR'S FRAGRANT MYRRH pm.
serves the Teeth, cares all dismiss of i
RS Picture Frames.
gumsil i i andlftrrifiee She breath. GRIAT variety of PICTU FRAMES, I6IIOOVRAN4RS'FORSALR, wholesale' with plain and convex glasses, for We ,
'or MAI, at the Limber Yard of t at, orntr's Drag and Vari.tty Store.
C. U. Irt/tittsalt r Jan 36 1866.
j It RENDER>STILLI AT PURIM HALR.—
Oa TI11:13DAT; the 29th day etJANUAIITII TN ral°B°
suss, the subierfber will oilier at Public SAW
on the premises,
THR FOUNDRY IN BRNDRRNVILLS,
Adams county, being a very desirable proper
; I T , complete in all Its parts, and located in a
prosperous agricultural region. Timber is
I - convenient *ad comparatively cheap, whilst
metal is always to be had near at hand. The
, front part of the building has four Anisbed
rooms, calculated fora family. The Patterns
' and Maks will be sold with the Foundry.
There is an unusually large variety of both, de
signed for almost every article of useful ma
chinery. This is a RARE CHANCE fur those
desiring to go into the Foundry bustne-s. and
the attention of all each is invited to the sale.
At the Caine time and place, will be offered,
either separately or in connection with the
Foundry, ACRES OF WOODLAND, sit
uated li miles northwee. of Bendersrille, ad
joining lands of Jacob Bear, John Eppelman,
Widow Louver and Henry Rice, and covered
mainly with Red Oak and Chesnut Timber.
Persons wishing to view the property are
requested to call on the undersigned, et
Charles Myera's Hotel, in Bendersville.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., on
said day, when attendance wit! be given and
terms made known by
Jan. 14, 1867. is
A. Small Property
AT PUBLIC SALE --On FRIDAY, the
25th day of JANUARY, 1807, the nod •r
-signed will offer at Public Sale, on the prem
ises, in Tyrone township, Adams county, Pa.,
his VALUABLE PROPERTY, situate on the
road leading trim Heidietsbarg to East Ber
lin, about one mile from the former place,
adjoining lands of William Spangler and oth
ers, containing about 30 ACRES, more or less.
The improvements are a one and
a half story LOG HOUSE:, and 1111
a good Stable of large size, with -
a never telling well of water at.
the door. There is a first-rate garden, and
the land is all in a high state of cultivation.
There is about 2 acres of Timber, end a BAB
cient qaantity of Meadow land. There is a va
riety of fruit on the premises. The fences are
in good order. The property is conveniently
located to Markets, Schools, Churches, Stc.. and
is one otthe moat desirable properties in the
Persons wishing to view the property will
call on the undersigned, residing thereon.
Sale to commence at I o'clock, I'. M., on
said day, when attendance will be given and
terms made known by
Jan. 14,1867. is
Great Conowago Mills.
IMOO .1 1 3 ,N r. " 8 1 - 1 11 1. 1 :1 2r .k S T "I' N . V ANTED.
The uudeisigned, h tying remod-teil and itu„,,
proved his Mills, near New Chester, Adams
county, (formerly called "Walnut. Grove," but
now Great Conowauo Mills,") is prepAred to
do all kinds of work in his line with unusual
Constantly on band, fors tie or exzhange,
the verb best qualities' of Supet, Extra and
Family FLUCIL, also Rye, Curt an.l Buck
wheat Flour, with every variety of Obop and
ottii of "wheat.
/laving a SAW HILL attached, he is pre.
pared to saw all kinks of lumber, at the short
est notice. A farmer in need of /umber and
flour, can p..t a log upon his wagon, throw a
few bustle's of wheat oa the t )p, hare the
wheat exchanged for flour and the log sawed,
thus saving a double trip—and all because of
the new and perfect machinery now employed
in these mills.
Having the best of work Men, he will he
able to please everybody. Thankful fur past
favors, be hopes fora continuance of the
New Chester, Jan. 14, 1867. 3m•
Op the condition of the Fiat National Bank
of Gettysburg, l'a., on the morning of
the Fiat Monday of January, 1867 :
Notes and Bille, $8:,072 88
Furniture and Filtur es, 700 00
Premiums, E coenses, etc., 1,852 53
Duo from Banks, '5,754 50
U. S. Bonds, 150,350 00
Cask, 45,677 32
Due other Banks,
GEO. ARNOLD, Cashier
Jan. 14, !Be. 3t
OF the Gettysburg National Bank, Gettys
burg, January 7, 1n67:
Notes and Dilig Discounted, $108,417 11
U. S. Bonds deposited w secure
circulation, 150,000 00
U. S. Bonds on hand, 20,000 e 0
Legal Tender Notes, 18,000 00
National Bank Notes, 16,600 80
Fractional Currency and cash items, 6,414 99
Due from Banks and. Baukers, 37,:55 83
Real Estate, 6,000 00
Bond* (personal) ' . 2 ; 470 43
Capital 5t0ck,145,150 00
Deposits, 45,2 It) 14
Circulation, 180,500 06
Prufite, Interest and Dividends
unpaid, • 20,036 21
State Circulation outstanding, 17,312 00
T. D. CARSON, Cashier.
Jan. 14, 1867. 3t
The Patriot and Union.
THE CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC ORGAN OF
THE STATE.—The Weekly Patriot and
im' is published every Thursday, by the
Patriot and Union Printing and Publishing Asso
ciation. It is a double sheet of eight pages,
and contains forty-eight columns of matter,
and made up of Literary, Agricultural, News
and Miscellaneous selections, Reports of Con
gressional and Legislative Proceedings, Polit
ical Essays, Editorials, &c.
One copy, one year, cash, $2 50
One copy, six months, cash, 1 50
Ten copies, one year, and one to the
getter up of Club, 20 00
Twenty copies, one year, and one to
the c eat; up of Club, 35 00
The Dag!, Patriot and Union"
will be furnished to mail subscribers for 1.7 00
Iler Business letters should be 'addresed to
the "Patriot and Union," Harrisburg, P.
WM IL MILLER., Trustee.
Nt'll. D. /30.4.5, Publisher.
Office, corner Third Street and ,Strawberry
Alley, Harrisburg, Pa. [Jan. 7,1867.
2,000 tons Say
IATANTED.—Tbe Beater Ness Hay Com
pany w ill pay Ile HIGHEST MARKET
MICR for 11AY,deltrereit at their Ray Sheds,
in Oxford, at P. Hann a Station, and,in Gettys
burg. JERRMIAI - 1 DIEHL.,
Gettysburg, Oct. 22, 1866. 3m Agent.
Oneonta, Ibmirere, ganamvan,
AT J. C. EMMA A SON'S, NE W OXFORD, PA.
We have just returned (tern the city, where
we bought ■ very large awl well selected
stock of all kinds of goods t suitable in our
Our stock consists in part of FRENCH
MERINCES, FRENCH COBUURGS, Delames,
Calicoes, Plaids, Bleached and Unbleached
Muslin/; a large assortment of Black, Brown
and Plaid all•wool Double SHAWLS, Balmo
:al Skirts, Hoop Skirts, Moles, kc.
MEN'S WEAR, consisting in part of Broad
and Beaver Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassi
meres, Cassinets, Plain and Fancy Flannels,
Under-shins and Draweis, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS and CAPS, Driving and Buckskin
A complete assortment of GROCERIES, at
HARDWARE, such as Tire Iron, Spring,
Sheer, Blister and Cast Steele, Horse Shoes,
Horse-shoe Bar, Nail Rods, Hammered Iron,
Nails, Spikes, Spovels and Forks, Door Locks,
Pad Locke, Laiches, Hinges and Screws.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Le.
CHINA AND QUKENSWA RE, by the set.
Thankful for past p.itroaage, we hope to
merit the same in the future.
J. C. EDUCE. k BON.
New Oxford, Dec. 10, 1866. 3m
- - -
OF -LOW PRIORS.
J. L. SOIiICK incites theo attention of
his friends and customers to his large and
well selected stock of
Comprised in part cf •
All Wool Poplins,
All Wool Delnioes,
All Wool Ylnids , \
Black and ?piney Silks,
Tamise Clut e,
Blank awe Colored Alpacas,
Black Cloths aid Cassimeres,
Flannels of all kinds,
Gloves and Stockings.
Alert, a fine lot of Ladies' FURS AND
SUAWLB, as well as an abundant variety of
Notions, all of which witl,be sold cheap for
Dec. 17, lBnB
Groceries, Notions, &e.
UrNORGE H. SWOPE, 'laving purchased
the 6ne GROCERY MSTARLIStIIIENT
of James A. Grimes,
on York Street, a few
doors east of Wolf's Hotel, and having added
largely to the already extensive assortment
on hand, off •rs the public a variety of Goods
in his line rarely, if ever Wore, kepi here.
Ws SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, 310E.A.5-SES,
SES, SYRUPS. &c., can't be beat, in quality
or ; whilst his assortment of NOTIONS
embrace; almost everything the public can
possibly need. House-keepers and others
should glee laraheall before but trig elsewhere,
as lie is convinced that he has the hest stock
in town, and that no oat can go away disap
par The CABINET-MARINO business is
con' lotted, liven its branches, at tit* old stand,
a few dvon east of the Store. To ors f ts
spared to pleaFe the putilie, as hcretofore..l
Gettysburg, Nev. 6, letit.l. tf
Tin 'Ware and Stores,.
MEM subscriber respectfully informs the
1 public thus be still continues the business
ALL. KINDS OF GOOD TIN WARE,
at the old stand. (formerly Andrew Polle)'s,)
in York st•eet, Gettysburg, where he has the
largest assortment of tin ware in the county,
with many other articles for kitchen use, etc.
ki, J. MYERS
Also, COOKING srovm h N (NE-PLATE
STOVES, qt the rery best kinds.
. S. G. COOK.
Mar. 12, 1965. tf
LEWIS KUHTECLANT has recommenced
the TALL,0113.19, business, in Chambers.
burg street, between Washington and West
streets, Gettysburg, and asks a share of the
custom of the public, His long esperieuee to
the business enab'es hint to guarantee goad
fits 'and good work, whilst the latest fashions
will be consulted in cutting whenever desired.
No effort will be spared to render satisfaction,
and be :eels sure thnt all who patronize him
will oe satisfiod, His prices for work are as
low as they can possibly be to afford him an
economical living, and no one could in reason
ask them to be any lees. He asks his old
friends to give him a call, as well as the pub.
Nov. 12, 1860.
Pall and Winter Goods.. •
$789 417 24
G 52 21
ASCOTf *SONS have just received an
. other fine assortment of NEW GOODS,
conaistimr, in part, of Cloths, Cassimeres, C3ssi
nets, Kentucky Jeans, and Tweeds, for Gen
tlemen's wear. Also, a hue Asportment of
LADIES' DRESS GOOD?,.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and we are prepared to sell as cheap as any
other establishment in the crirary. We ask
the public to give u; a call and judge for
themselves. Call sad see u;. No trouble to
show Goods. A. SCOTT & SUNS.
Sept. 17, 1866.
/lA..reridM T7r LA
SE "G MAC ES. tz
0 rim" L4eAtt.
• Tay frirm figis WM • . Per Q.
wish map, stile, 0
aim PA • • ROTFIELK t Agent', 0
4 Chestnut St, Phils., • .
Er %mak tk., T•1441•,0.
D2c. 3, IE6, 3m
ft/c 11 Cantata STREET,
west side, a few doors from the Public Square
Hetlykbarg, his 1 tld In an excellent assort
ment of Shoes, aniters, kr., for
lIEN, WOKEN AND CHILDREN,
which he is offering at the very lowest mats.
Haring Nought fur cash, at the latest redac
tion, he is prepared - to offer great bargains.
Boot and Shoe manufacturing carried oust
the same place, and the best kind of work
made. JOHN Si. REILINti.
May 14, 1866. tf
Established in 0/43.
H ENRY W. OVERMAN,
No. 14 South Third Street, Philadelphia
Igor Consignments solicited
Dec. JO, 466. ix!
Empire Shuttle ,i!iewing Machines
ARE superior to all others or
FAMILY AND 11ANDPApTIIRING PUR—
Contain all the latest improretnents ; are
speedy; noiseless; darnble ; and easy to work.
Illustrated Circulars tree. Agents wanted.
Liberal diseount allowed. No consignments
Address EMPIRE S. M. CO., GM Brudwoy,
New York, [Sept. 17, 1568. ly
G 0 to DIIPHORN & HOFFMAN'S, to buy
your Dry Goods, Notions, Queensware,
kc., on the northwest Corner of Diamond,
By all means have your PHOTOGRAPHS
made at. the Excelsior Gallery, if you
desire them het feet. C. I. TYSON.
GET your PHOTOGRATIL# at.
4 SPLENDID assortment of Fan and Win
ter Clothiugjust , received at
r ADIF.S wanting a good article of
mery, Fancy Soap, or Hair Brushes, can
be supplied at J. L. SCHICK'S.
G ET your PHOTOGRAPHS at
;our PHOTOGRAPHS et
LARGE VIEWS of the Battle Field, singly,'
or in sets, very low. Also, STEREO. P ORCELAIN" PICTURES, at the Excelsior
b ,A j yric VIEWS of t,}e Bat t le /Jam at the r" Gallery, are superb and furnished at one
Excelsior Gallery. Don't fail to see them, third city prices. Call and examine sped.
C. 1. TYSON. mess. C. J. TYSON.
THE rash is for the Excelsior Gallery. All lt beat PHOTOGRAPHS undo in this
are waited open in rotasicia and with die.county, are maiden* awEsostsier Gal/erz
Pitch. C. 3. TYSON.. ettysbarg, opposite theßault. .1
THE LATE DECLINE
J. L. SCIIICK.
At the Old Business
Shoes, Gaiters, &c.
THE BEST tN,THE
88 VICTOR 801100 MILL.
Over Five thousand of these Mills have been
made and sold in the lest three - years. The
beet recommendations can be given.
Also—COOK'S EVAPORATOR, for making
Sugar and liuhssses, to be the best in use.
Three different site: fur grinding Corn in the
ear, n, shelled—or any other kind of grain.
This is a mdch'ne that every farmer should
have, as a ouhel of ground feed Is equal to
bushel and a half uneround. The high price
of feed of all kinds makes an imperative de.
mand for some kind• of machinery by which to
save. It is a rapid grinder and durable.
BELLS FOR CHURCHES,
SCHOOLS, FARM HOUSES, FOUNDRIES, &c.
Maxie of the best steel composition. Cburcla
Bella insured for one year.
wil,LouGHßrs GUM SPRING DRILL,
WITH CROWELL'S GUANO ATTACHMENT.
'lbis is considered one of the best Drills now
in use. It will distribute any kind of grain
evenly, and sow from one bushel up to three
to the acre, The Guano Attachment has given
entire satisfaction wherever used. It is so
constructed as not to clog in sowing any kind
of Phosphates or Bone Meal. Baring sold a
number of these machines last season, I can
tully recommend them to be what they are
represented. Persons wishing to buy should
make application early at the supply is small
and the demand great.
F. F. SVITIPS CAST STEEL PLOVOITS
First, ft is the only Plough yet produced
that wil Invariably scour in any soil.
Second, It is now an established tact that
It will last from three to six times longer than
any other steel plough in use.
Third, It draws lighter than any other
Plough, cutting the same width and depth of
The difforant pm.. 3 of the Plough are cast in
moulds, into the ersct shape desired for the
mould-boards, shares and land-sides, giving
the parts most exposed to wear any desired
thickness. The shares ems be sharpened by
any blacksmith. The steel is perfectly male
able and works kindly. Edge tools live been
made out of pieces of the plough by black
smiths all over the country.
For sale by W3i. WIBLE, Agent,
Aug. 27, 1866. Ncir Gettyshorg, Pa:
NO.° wEsT MARK
YORK, PA., -
ACINNTII AND DEALNAN iN
PIANOS AND CABINET ORGANS,
AND ALL KINDS OF
respectfully inform the public that they are
prepared to furnish Pianos of the following
manufacture or of any other make that may
be prefer; ed :
Albright, Betkee & sehmhU,
Chtekertrur & son, Bradbury.
Knish* & Son, Gale & Soo,
COTTAGE, UARJION[C ASD BOUDOIR
ORGANS AND MELODEONS
These Instruments stand unrivalled by any
thing fulled in this Country or in Europe, as
is admitted by all impartial judges. The most
eminent Pipe Organ Builders and Performers,
the last to discover excellence in reed Tune,
pronounce them vastly superior to all others
for exceedingly qnick articulation and round
Tune, the essential feature in instruments of
this class. We invite the severe scrutiny and
eriticism of all.
PATENT VOX HUMANA TREIPLO.
This late and most wonderful invention (so
acknowledged by all leading artists) will be
found only in the Matey instruments. lu at
tempting to describe the effect o' this stop, we
are at loss for language. - its beauties cannot
be written, bat must be he,trd to be appre
ciated. By this stop' an ordinary performer
can produce an effect which requires a lifetime
of practice for an artist upon n violin. en
tir,dy changes tilt teed Tone, giving the sym
pathetic sweetness of the human voic,-, mak ing
it so melodious and pore that it never fails to
enchant the listener.
THE HA.II.IIONIC ORGAN
for Chnrchea, Public Halls and Parlors has a
powerful sub-Hass with independent reees,
Harmonic attachment and Vox Humana Tre
molo, and is believed to be the most powerful
reed organ made, being nearly equal to a Pipe
Organ of three times the cost.
All instruments warranted for fire years.
pair BRASS BANDS supplied with ina,ru
ments and music at reasonable terms.
A liberal discount allowed for Churches and
/Orlnatruetione given both in Vocal and
Instrumental Music, at oar rooms, and at pu
pils' homes, either to indiriJuala or claAsea,
on reason' le terrna.
Dec, 17, 1866. ti"
Forwarding and Conunios:on
FLOUR AND FEED.
GRAIN AND GROCERIES.
Harint purchased the extensive Warehouse,
Cars, dm, heretofore owned oy S teasel limbic,
we beg leave to inform the public that we are
continuing the business at the old stand on
the corner of Washington and Railroad streets,
on a mere extensive scale than heretofore.
We are paying the hi,rliest market price for
Flour, Grain sod all kin Is of produce.
Flour and Feed, Salt, and all kinds itif Gro
ceries, kept constantly on baud and for sale,
cheaper than they can be had anywhere else'
Fluter, and all kinds of Pert ilisers, constantly
on hand, or furnished to order.
INkrA reglnat line of Freight Cars will leave
our Warehouse every TUESDAY MORNING,
stad accommodation trains will be ion as oc
casion to iy require. By this arrange neat we
are prepared to convey Freight at all times to
and from Baltimore. All business of this
kind entrusted to ns, will be promptly attend
ed to. Our cars rat to the Warehouse of Ste
venson Al Sons, 165 North Howard street, 8.0.
timore. Being determined to pay good prices,
sell cheap and deal Etirly, we invite everybody
to give us a call.
CULP k HARNSHAW.
Aug. 13, IBGd.
THE k BAKBEt.--THE BEST IN
USE. These Machines have become so
well known that little need be said by war of
recommendation. They have taken the first
premium at all the late State Fairs, Rod are
universally acknowledged to be the BEST is
use by all . mho have tried them. The "Grover
1 Baker Stitch" and the "Shatae Stitch" are
'points that have bees attained by no other
idachine. They are the only machines that
sew and embroider with perf•ction. These
Machines are peculiarly adapted to Family
use. Tb y are almost noiseless, sew directly
from the spool without rewinding, and are
simple in their construction. They ire eel ,
to manage, and can be w..)rked by almost any
child. Every faintly should hare one. They
save labor, they sore hnse,.and they ease money,
and do their work better than it caw be done
I The undersigned having been appointed
1 Agent for the above Machines, has established
as Ageacy in Fairfield, Adams county, where
he will always have - on hand a supply. Per.
sons wishing to buy will please call and cum
ine for themselves.
IterSeedlei and Thread will also be sap
plied. J. S. W1TIISE:019, Agent,
Fairfield. Adams county, Pa.
Aug. V, 1866. tf
_Assosissa Artists' voisso
A MERICAN ARTISTS' UP.ON
The AMERIOAR ARTISTS 11N1024 [estab-,
Retied 11154] announce that in order to exteniV
the iale of thy following well kuoirs sad
STEEL PLATE ESORAVINGS:
The Last Supper,
20 r 42 la
Depnrtnre of tho Pilgrim r inhere
for America, az r 30. _
Landing of the Pilgrim Father*, 27 a 34
Falstaff ifuelerihit his recruits, 26 a3O
Sitakspeare and his Friends, 27 it 31
Cotter's tiaturdny Night, 23 2 21
Village Blacksmith. . 17 a 32
Manifest. Destiny, (Fortutie Telling)2l I 24
The Massacre at Wyoming in 1776, 28 ,2 36
Mcnnt Vernon in the olden time, or
Washington at 30 years of Kin ' 26 x 34
The escape of Allister MacDonald
from the Massa •re of Ulencoe, 26 z 34
The Madonna. 20 1' 34
They have deemed expedient to offer them to
their friends and the public at one dollar and
fifty cents each, the price heretofore having
been two dollars each, and for the purpose of
stimulating the gettinvetp of Clubs, they have
de'ermined to award premiums to the ge:ters
un of the Clubs, and in addition thereto to
distribute amongst the subscribers the sum of
$50,000 in money and p inducts, as soon as
the sale emit have reached 100 000 enigmas.,
Is it is our intention to advertise fere
extensively, and as the engravings are well
known throughout the whole counter, we
have no doubt, that with the low price we
Charge for them, and the exertion which will
be put forth by our numerous - friends, the
number will be reached in a short time. As
soon as it is reached, the subscriber* through
their Club Agents, will be nodfied by a circa ,
ler letter from us, naming the time sod meth..
od of distribution.
Single Engraving SI.SC eft, moil, free.
For Sr) we will send 13 Ens. rind .1 to the Club Ail.
It* • • 3.5 . 4 I t
ao 25 a• 20 16 66 5 ea ss
sssose 2 5 4. 16 6 66 al
""7 " "
" 50 " " n Silver IVrit •h.
" " ••• u Silver Lvvvr.
" 111) "... " limiting Lever,
81 4 00 ..
The Club packages will be securely packed
and forwarded by Express.
Any person may get np Clubs end forward
the amount either by F.'sfertss, Night
Post MI a Order or in a iegistered letter. and
In all r, , ses the Lngravings will be immedi
-ately sent, and for each engraving a numbered
certificate and receipt will be enelo.,e.l in the
C.O. D. ORT)Ero . 4.—nersons wishing to send
fir EngraviPAß and n At. the Express tle. when
they art reeeiv. d. will he required to genii
%Rh their order $2 to $5, see..rding to its
amount, and thii will be el edi tad nn theirbtli.
To be iliitributed.
On. of $lO,OOO in money,
. 5,000 . "
Five of 1,000 ~
Fifty of 100 li. Istria
One hundred elegant Oil Painii ar, rich
ly framed, Landrcapes. at $lOO each, 10,000
Two hundred elegant 1 kii Raintin'tra,riclify .
framed, Interior ViON s, at $5O vach, 10,,3011
The AMERICAN ARTI.:3TS' smut , (
add that these pretruunts ure to ho considered
only la the light Oa free gift to their patrons,
as the Engravings ore furn6hell them below)
theirraarket vAlue,but as thecost ut engravings,
after the plates are procured, is very iripag,
they can easily affot..l to tucks the distributtott,
large es it is. •
We trust that our numerous friends through.
out the country and Canadits n ill use their
utmost exertions - , so that if posdlile, the dis
tribution may be niado 'soon, and it c n be
dyne if they are at all active. tatlics 140:a
often made excellent Club Agents its use, and
we solicit their kind efforts, which will not go
unrewarded. het one or more energetic Fier:-
sons in every town and vilLige in the country
commence ss soot as they see this. and vet up'
as lame a Club as posEihle. liy so doing they
will be the meets of introducing clegaetj en
gravings loto:latuilies, and thus aid in culti•
ming!a taste for the beautiful and relined.
SEC. AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION;
25 Nile Street, Ncw York. '•-•
Nov. 12,18G6. 8m
Horse alli Cattle Powders.
this animal inch
co ItG s,
LOOS OF ALT}
TITE AND TITA.
ENERGY, A-c. It
um improves thi
the appetlio-gi re
• smooth an
la all diseases of Stine, such as Cont.', ricers in
the Lungs, Liver, , 4
thLs art.i.cle " I C - ,
acts as A +Petite. , ';•• ./
fizZ i clat 'fm . x ..;-: ..
• paper •
to • paper la ..
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bend of' still ttin -,_ i a All 4,
*Dors dlocasas C . I . -••• . . -----
will be enatioassal •"-' ---,- -- -- - --
me Wesel, pheasant. If 10.4 , 41 is time, a certain
peireativs•ad curs for tine Tiog Cholera.
Pee* 25 emits per Paper, or 5 Papers far $l.
18. A. VOTYrZ 24r, TIRO..
WRIANIALS psra AND MEDIUMS DEPOT.
ao lle Immix Bt., Baltimore, Md.
For Sabs Dwyrebts sad Storeimpas name'.
lbs Vatted 1346144.
For sale by A. 1). linehler, Gettysburg ;
Laughlin & Bwilfleld, Wheeling,- Va ; C. C
Bender k Co., Tht,..Pburg; .Subuton i . Hullo% ay
Dec. I?, iy
SAYRS TllB I
SAv B,y MONVY I '
bAVZS LABOR!. • '
tarn:- ci,O11111S! •
AND ALL GROCERS SELL IT
It is axed by cutting into emalt shovintrs
and dk,,,,liing• itl bot, or.ttor, thin soAk the
clothes firt - to teit minutes and a lath, hand
rubbing will melte theta Jl3 clean us hours of
hard machine rubbing would do, witia surd ina
ry soap, and this most dello Ate fa* receive
no injury. We can rt-fer to thousishiii ul faun.
'lies who are rising it, and who could not IA
persuaded to do wiebt ut
BOLD IT ALL LIADIVG 4119011114 riliprOJSCart
Vorititsotstre4l onlr Xv .
DtAIMS, & LOV.F.
WHOLESA bit OFPieg:
.41,41 k 14rih 1; aGlph la.
• flov. is , 186$ 9a "I, •
AP DR/ED PR i f i r
.4..11k* • cumn; "CH'S.
1 Lig ihr parotion.
long awl tovorghty
knou n, will thor
Li oi.,n done end
I,to ,pintetl Tors•,
and ciczt wing 1140
olutnio.ll and low..
'es the seraltly
e intlk It has
pre; an by ha
rase the' guan
o( milt and
m twenty per
and 'risks i..•
tar. Brat and
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le, it Ores LL ,
Ippt tile, iwiseus
r Atria. and
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