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..:__ ._ i i Flr Olorto , APAPJ TUSTY, PA. lej F44.¢,cents. A Leistire on the nature,
toes irr orl• F. pp pl§pr pr drain le proper. i treattrtct and radical cora of Spermetorbcps,
pa t , ito . yelifep be pike , tee 'Mee 05ke of those l or Seminal Vireakness, Involuntary Emisolono,
. t wistilogdp perches'. • Sexual Debility and Impediments to \I .;:riligs
A . ..;LAHRII POUNfliitY AND iIfACHINE generally. Nervousness, Coif:guru , ion,' Bpi.
PPOF; *4!l.l)Witudso, situated ,h, vcoun- i-psy, Aud Fits; Mental and Physical i neaps.-
Ay seat, near • Riilroad and. Heickt. ,Good city resulting from Self-Amuse, Az. By Bub
;mope(' five doing all kinds of wanic. Also,! ert J, Calverwell, St. D., atabor 0t the -.Green
several TOwn-Lats ;ill be sold with the above Book," Ac.
.property if desired. I The world renowned alithonin this admire
' A FARM of 11.40 ACRES, in Monntplessant ble Lecture, clearly proves, troin his own PS
,township, AdetiFis cousktb• with good Stone perirnce, that tbe awful consequences of Self
House, good $ irn, Wegee Shed, Corn Urib, Abuse may he effectually rein.lved witbont
Wash llonto o likcitard, kc., near. • turnpike Medicine, and ?itliout dangerous surgjpi ope.
and rail:mud. ~. ; ratio n s, boogies, instruments, rings, or cordi
' FOV.TY ACREId, with good house, Barn, 11,7, pointithe out a mode of ,:ure at once cer
iiillAnit out-beildings, Orchard, kc., tlidee. min and effectual, by which every sufferer, no
~ quarteracifa *le from a railroad station. 4 matter what his condition may be, may cure
goodAaacer terms easy. ..,... I fiitnselfcheit•oly, privately and radically. This
• 17? f 41.1 OF LAND, on the road itnig9g :- Lecture will prove a boon to thousands. s..at
Jriies illitoriver to bittlestown. Good liweilone wider seal to any address, in s plain, sealed
farep,.; s largeßriek House, Bank Haps, atuf pip- , envelope, on receipt of six centh qr two past.
ler put -buildings. The Littleatori Railroad acre stamps Also Dr. Culverwell's Marriage
i mps through the rear part of Gip place. Price' Guide, pric 25 cents. Address
. 06 per acre. ;CHAS. S. C. KLINE k Co.,
• A FARM OF 300 Apegs, in Cumberland , 127 Bowery, New York ) , P. 9. tpi.y pv3
township, Adams couni'y, three miles from t April 23, 1140. ly"
tlettisburg, atlwhich place is a railroad end "- -- '
good market. ..?rklipffisn can be divided into ~ Great Elteitenteatt
two farms, t h ere besug elm dy two sets of - • —„- ,
iMpS9Velecoll Sol the three. The improve.,
mend are o ft o iltwo-story Dwelling Hbuse,
Bra", ;tad co k. i outbuildings , and a Tenant
BriniiWith aB rnprovements.
I A . FARM Cid- 105 ACRES, on the Carlisle
uinpike, ;indef. good Pultivatioi., wick a large
rick' House, Rank Idirn,'Wereon Shed, Corn
. prig; Carriage EIJI'S' and other out -buildings,,
• LARGR FLOUR mir.r.,: with t A.Crei of
~Land. The mill has foUr NO of Burrs and
all mdthinery for doing inephent work. ' Best
_water power in the couni.Y.
A FARM of t. 74 ACRES. near the Hanover
turnpike, on wlrich is erected a good House,
Barn, add all necessary out-buildings. The
land I,s • in a good state of cultivation.. Thiel
property will be sold cheap
A FAO! of 195 ACRES, near tinterxtown,
Adams your ty, on which is erected a zop4
Barw and other wit-buildings, and the
. 4 is in fineetate col4cati . on. • mid
Awns will be cold chenp.
A FARM of 33 ADDIS, 6 acres in wood,
with one-and-a-half-stOry House, good Ruta
—land in good
.goltivntion-31 miles film
New Oxford, nod t i miles from Bonansl497R,
Terms easy. "
18 ACRES o f miles from
A FAILS! of 2Q9 ACRES, rood land, with
itarge Brick House, B ern, and 2 Tenatt tipusei
—4O. acres in wood—half a mile from the Con
bwago Chapel: • '
4 gArill Of IV 4crep—z2r..! coq be pur
chureedin Oninberlaud . teergship, 2i miles
'from Gettysburg, near Chumberwnrg pike;
pirge westherboardeit llouse,'4ank Burn, /ic.;
acresin wood. The Farm hat been re6ntly
limed. • •
. A FARM of 120 ACRES, with gpod House
and Barn ,` 12 acres in Wood) One toile west
A HOTEL, in New (Word, two-story, toomy
and convenient •for business. Good chalice ;
klimh,e;of good nooses and Lbta for
sale in'Novi prtord. •
Persons who Wish to bny Real Potato,
.r f il
well as ,t hose who wish to sell, are riviested
to give t4u suhtcriber a call his store u
plow Ovoid. •
• Address, a •
- IQI C. ZOUCK, Land Agent,
New Oxfoiii, Adams county, Pa.
,July dBCO. pin "
E. & H. T. AN Cklo.)iY & 09.,
Nalp ? re 4 lurerti - of prioto g roolic opttarials,
hoiemite 4o d
601 Bt OADWAY,'NEW YORE..
TN aleition to our rnain'busineas PHOTO-
O RA Fil re IIATiSRI.tLS we are lientlyntr
tare .fOr the' followitzg, Viz: •
fiITICRRuSCOPES k STERROSCOP/C 'VIEWS
Af American and Foreigi Cities ;mil keintl-
Intim, groups, Statuarv; kc.
STERIXO4COPW VIEWS OF TOR WAR,
From negatiaes made in the various Cam :
haigns' and forMmg a corypil4o 4 gkcpt.4oltPilic
istory of the great Contest.
STRRROSCONIC Yaws ON GLASS,
Adapted -fbr tither . the Magic Lantern or the
Flte . rnowip'e. Our lCatslOjrue will be s.mt to
0614,- address on reeriptyf ;stamp.
We manttracl ore mote Largely than any oth
er henna, about 200 varieUes from 50 cents to
$6O each. Our .61.81330 hare tke reutitation
rf 10 .1 4 11 4; 43 rf0r irtlotoity and dur,bility to
tnY fbffierf. •
VAPID PHOTOGRAPHS otrAaexattAmt, STATERMIAN,
Ac was; ETC., ETC
Oar Catalogue embraces over FIVE TriQo
- different satijects,. including
'ons of the most celebrated Engravings, Paint
ings, Statues, dr.c. Catalogues split on receipt
Photographers and others ordering goods
C. 0. D , will please remit 25 per cent cf the
i t •istoiint with their oraer.'
SforThe prices and %utility of our goods
gannot fail to Batley.
June 10, 1808. ly •
• _ .
Duphorn & Hoffman.
NORTBIZZIST CORM S& Or TBZ DlA
(Known as liaLeii n‘r. , ,)
DNALERS IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CAR-
Pk S, QUEENSWA RS, AG.,
all of which haw n ttonglit at the loweet,
market prices and will gold aceArdinglyi
&lire Went It call. No trouble 16 show anotts.
' . W. HOFFMAN.
94. 6, 1461;
GEORGE ARNOLD has now got up his
fail stock of
READY-MADE . CLOTRING,
mostly of his own manufacture, consisting of
,eoats, Ponta, Vests, Skirts, Drawers, ac t , &c.
A Pap stock of EI,pTEIS AND CASS'.
MEIN t, all of shiFb wit sold,cheap for
cash. On and '41,3 gip to :
Oct. 6, 1160. ,
Flour"! Feed 2 and Groceriest
4if THE CHEAP STORE ON TLIE'IITLL.
If wish to buy any of the abase artl-
.tad better t han yr u can get hem
anywhere else go to thp . 'Groc•ty St*re o e
undersigned on the WI; in Balttasore n , at,
'where customers can "prays be accentreada !
Ited, and, where all are invited to call and see
for theniselv,-s. The public will always find
'n lull and choice assortment of
SUGARS, COFFEES, T4AS, STRUES, /l1:4-
( LASSES, Tl/BACCOB,-,CiGARS,'S'NUFFS,
Tl3ll, 44.130,y, LARD, CH t,ttsE, cit.4.g :
1 41i - 11$, UTTE R, EGOS, kp.
ptAss-wm, citooKeßY-wARB. NO
TIQRs, asu! COAL OIL LISIPS, 1144
9 I i.;;1..4 frit 11 . 1t7A D
ALw4is AV HAND.
,FINTED."--Illonp:Octim, Oats; Batter.Bggs,
Bacon, atiT egitatoeg,- for which the highest
markei. price Till lie paid, either in trade or
Skirfleing 4etermitte4 tq tqadnct my bail
mess in a lair and honortlple way, and to sell
heap,l invite WI to give me a call.
toolii.y . QVKii.DBER.
444 1 !#R,i8Ce.. tf ,",
41400 D FAit3E.
person iptvpig guod F i g% for 81001
t.pi. will toile kart. Revnent, one or
c!fe Arl,,ets of
FII,LST- RATE Wlolo4
Ye1L 4 01. 3 4 , near Selingle, Church
es; uonnty To wits, &c., Jump MA pnrc,hase r
by applying al this offic!.
June 41, 166. tf
rpm; tutdec;snd wiply the highest ttnr
terpfices TRJ. HA ta i nted.
feegirsiehonre,ti_pttyebur g .
T OTR,ICKI39p . 'p k WISOTMT .
Nov:23, 06,6: pr
18664 A BORnir S pan ean g e ;
. Cothh, Soape,
' any, Nnti .. 4nin /n., in irrent Variptv. - •
RB c,D!.. IrINSGAR, at qwpol chte ce i r
eitheiT f •l ' 9P l .• :r ° °z !l!' •
Atil 31 11 /HI
ir AJORITY of Aiosi who rend Newspapers
never give a hasty glance at a hiplines!
advbrtisemedi, P e nd it
actually bi t ta thip best, tbe prettiest and the
obenfest goods in ell ireetiouYsetaally selling
them at break•flown Prices—tun lew heed the
fact for their own interest, therefore ve bale
It best to simply invite every body to call nod
examine our stock and prices heforu boyihg ,
tine dollar's; wurth elsewhere, for I can a nd
will make i4lu the iutere4 of all tbuse who
to their true interest and who wlih to se r ve
money, therefore to buy everythin
the ling of good and (leap clotisi s ag at my
store, where therc has just been received a
most magnifjcont assortment ot Fall end Win
ter Gd,ds, consisiing of Ov.ercoats, Drees
koate. fluerness Coats, Pants and Vests of' all
inds; Ovv i rAirß and pailershirts, Stockings,
Suspenders, Cravats and No ions,
Musical Instruments, and many other things
in my line, all of whibh I am selling at very
low prices; 'Call 'On F. 13. PICKING,
more street, • sear sly public Snare,
04 29, 1866. •
Benefit to Forwent:
M Ono MLR'S'
lmeltOVED SURER-I'llo3 N H ATE OF LIME
For SLIe at 11.tnufacturer's Depots :
27 N. Front St., between Market k 4W),
• PIIILADELPIII4 . ,
14 Bowley's Wharf, end 96 South St.,
Congress havingFepealed the Internal Rev
enge Law - iglu Fertilizers six per cent., l
berg lenye tq 4dlorm the Farmers that from
this devil e same per centage will be taken
off the retail price of MORO PHILLIPSI'Sii.
PElt-PHOSEDATIi OF LIKE, via: SCO
less 6 per cent., making the retail price now
1.56 SU per ids'. of 2,000 lbs., in Philadelphia
and Baltimi re.
Discount to Dealers.
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer.
Lug. 13, 1866.
Tr HE undersigned would most respectfully
inform the public that he continues the
B 1 ACK9ltl7'tllV(3 BUSINES-1,
at his shop, lately Uhilip ptersoin's adioining
'Troxel's paint shop, ltr vast 1114le
Gettysburg, where he will at all times he pre :
fored to do 11l tcksmithing work tq .Carriages,
%y4ggna j Ttrtt 1)c knows 1it . .. 01! to,
40 all jobs qt the kind will not fie 7uestioneft
by tbose - wino — true a knowledge of his lofig
experience at the business. Conte on ;With
yonr wosk, and yon will be satisfied wh you
take It away—fund for which he will 2eivg
Cash or Country Prolate.
ADAM HOLTZ OATH
Mar. 20, 113G5. tf
Cheop for Cm*
N Ew stam,
THB undersigned has retorneir to Qettys
burg, and opened a new Store, on Balti
more street, next door tr? the Best Office, and
nearly opposite the Cahrt-Honse, where he
offers fne 'sale, PUBAP FOB CASH, a large and
cnoice assortment of GROCERIES,—Sugars,
,Coffees, Teas, Molasses, Syrups, Salt, kc.;
with Fish, Bacon. Lard, and so on.
Also LIQUORS—Wines, Brandies, Gins,
Whiskies; Wilts, /194eyprtthing elsein the line.
Also, any qtiantity of Notions, ty snit any
ftecolOct this !s the place to buy cocte cos
- 42+W. F. RALBFLEISCH.
April 23, 1868
til.-I,NUE CONNECTI ONS.—On and af
ter Mon4ey, Tgvember 20th, 1805, Pas-
Ardor Trains Will leave and arrive at Gettys
burg, and make connections, as tollowt:
FIRST TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
7.45 A. M.; with passengers for York, Harris.
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and the North
and West, arriving at Hanover Junction with
out change occars, 4 10.25 A. M., connecting
with the Fast blue Soqb on the Northern Cen
tral Railway, and arriving at Baltimore at
'N.4D nogg. Also connecting with Mail Train
from Baltimore north*, arrit ing in Harrisburg
at 1.20 P. M. Arrive at Gettysburg 1.10 P.
M., with passengers from Harrisburg, York,
Baltimore and Washington.
'SRCOND TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
1.20, P. M., arriving at Hanover Junction at
3.15. and connecting with mail train South.
Arrive at Baltimore at 5.30 P. M. Arrive at
Gettysburg at 6.15 P. M., with passengers from
Whilatteliffir., Harrisburg and the North and
est, arid also with pasomgers from Baltimore
and Washington 'by Hp tap linp nottb i
leaves Baltimore at. il.tg goon,
Passsners•cart leave Baltimore in the Mai'
Train at 0 A. M., and arrive in Gettysburg at
1.10 P. M. Or leave Baltimore in the fast line
al 12.10 noon, and arrive in Gettysburg at 6.15
P. M. Bat one change of cars by the first
tppaig t git 44 way, viz t at Hanover Junction.
The to Hoe on the Northern Central will not
stop at any local stations, except York, Haw):
ver Juuptlo and t'arktnit. Connections cer
tain. R. McCURDY, Pres't.
2 1fOv. 27, 1804.
0014/1111 or 110W!iilD !P!(11tel.14 BTREITR,
• This House is on a direct line between the
Zierthern Central .and Baltimore and Ohio
liatilrivid Repots. It has been refitted and com
eortably arranged rot , the cqqvotience and the
OF gsrer including the "Ifoblo
Pook,'' "Royal Pooh," "Waverly," "Oro ;
"grieutal." 4ho,' Tin-ware,
Sheet-Wm-ware, 11(41ov-ware, sn4 every va
tiety of Kitchen Furniture—iucludlng a Varie
ty of ! l anterns. Also, a new awl upicb ltn•
proved Fluff Sifter, for sale by
PclPPerilf th4Clill9 444 R"ilrvi'd 0 4 .7
Feb. 19, ltai§.• gettysbq pa.
A..SUPERIOR quality of the best tolPiell
Draft HASIRS with or without faster! ?
islet far 4 ,4 1 05 by ,D. Ileca4 r 44l 4 404.
BARGAIES-,Pipking buts ;pcalyed his new
Goods. No'r' is the title IQ sepure bar
gains. Call and see tales+
D R44 E'S PLANTATION BITTERS, or Old
Homes TWO% qt Dr. #4DNEWE
!PRY Dr. A. lICE!TER'S Tonle and Altera
' Live Powile:l i br 14QRSES and CATTLE,
Pl*Eared and aq d "I D nir f t tC gr a.
. Jaapary ) .
QW/It'S itiojt le Tile N cfl ill kit*
p .0[ (iff?F°F!!! bq4
Grolltery 4l# Liquor Itirre t , . • Cabliliet Vuriallitire.
Iv.PlasT4tAti - 4s4MiTimiT 9f kIRO- min subscribers hereby inform their ewe-
CERIES, cheap . ;ÜBE of differgeOnds. 1 - I tonsure ' and the public generally, that
- . rge lin of ',they have no on hand, and cout;tuie to Tan.
POTOMAC HERRING, - i nfacture to orylity,
at low prise. The best and largest assort- I
CAIII N E T FU R NIT UR E,
meat of LIQUORS ever kept it) this place. which, for styli and durability, finish and
PUItE WINE, BRANDY, RYli WHISK-EY,‘C., price, will cotupetp with any in the counly..L
for ntediciv d and other purposes, in numiti- Oar pre.-eut stock consists of every variety of
titles lance or small. .Also— Furtspure usually; kept in a first class Furni-
MLI!ILEWS OVIARBATED ling BITTERS. I ture Ware Room. Pasltion-ille, ornamenta)
Wd..f. MARTIN, ior plain Furniture nt inufactuzed in the wost
Baltimore st., Gettysburg. i substantial manner, oy most etperienced
I workmen, and at the lowest cash prices.
311 y 28, 1866
AND KIN Cith.t g.t . LoON.—.ltie sebsork.
19'er respectfully informs the citisens of
GetiyAbur,r and vicinity that he has a Conger
tionery rstal ? lishapot, oue door east of the
Engle lioteloan Chstobersbur4 street, to which ;
be would invite their attention.
C .kee, Gaudier, and every description c i f, ,
Confections, together with Sets Oranges, awl
all kinds of fruits, always on h and.
oiParties, public and private, as well as tem
flies, he furnished with all kiucts ist Cakes,
lee Cream, (in pyramid:4 forty or otherwise,),
via other refreshrnentS at their hunses,, eve
illvinx spent a life-time at the business, be
11 titers himself that be understands it and that
he is able to render entire satistnetton.
and see his Confectionery,
4.ty 28, 1866. ;f JOHN MORI,
Hardware at Groceries.
rARig Jubscribers hare just returned Rom
the cities 'with an immense supply oil
/ DWA4E & GROCKRIFA which they are
orteripf at their old 111444 Baltimore street,
et pei!,:vt4 spit the times. Op stock consists
in latt q t_
• CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
C4141.N1 T MAKER'S TOOLS,
ALLACINDS OF IRON, Ice.
GROCNIIIIIK OF ALL KINDS,
OILS, PAINTS, ic., •c. There is no article
included in the several departments mentioned
a6orp but what can be bad at this Store.—
kvery glass of Mechanics can he accommodated
here with tools and findings, and Housekeepers
cart find every article in theij line. Give us a
call, as Ire are prep!ired to sell as low for cash
as any house out of the city.
.101 U. B. DANNER,
Gettysburg, Msy 16, 1864.
lonienster Boo 14: Bindery.
G EO UGH W
1100 K niNDEB,
AND BL•NIC BMA NANVIICTURZEI,
Plain and Ornamental Buidinp, of every de
executed in the most substantial and
Q. W. Brown, Esq., Farmers Bank of Lancaster
W. L. Feiner, Esq., Lancaster County Bank
gamuel Shock, Esq., Columbia Bank.
gamuel Wagner, Esq., York Bank.
William Wagner, Esq., York County Bank.
T. D. Carson, Esq., Bank of Gettysburg.
Peter Martin, Esq., Proth'y of Lancaster co., Pa
Geo. C. Hawthorn, Esq., Register "
Geo. 1444490 n, Esq., Recorder " IL
4.pril 14, 1861
100.000 BUSHELS ('F GRATiI
WANTED,at the new Grain
AO Produce ilonpe in Carlisle street, adjoin
ing. Sheads Mueller's establishment. The
highest market price wilt c.lway: be paid in
G4Allf, of all kinds,
FLOI[I4, SEEDS, kc.
Alwityit on ban.] and tqr ealo , 1.4 e gt . 441.14!
Wholesale and retail.
TRY tr.9l We shall do our best to give
malefaction in all cases.
Gettysburg, May 11, LBO3. 17
fittqwevlos q Groeeries.:
T ip IjE;ST IN TOWN I
COME AND SEE THEM !
TRICRTIOUSER k IVISOTZKEY have ad
ded a Ltrge and eplen lid stock of GROCERIES
to their business, and incite the pablic to call
and see for thernsely6s. They oiler the best
of every thing, at the lowest possible profits:
COFFEES, SUGARS, SYRUPS, MOLASSF J S,
SALT, FISH, Spices, Teas, Cheese, Starch,
Soaps, Candles, Blitzking, Matches, Tubs,
Buckets, Brooms, fled Cords; with Confec
tionary, Granges, ligts, Tutmccoa, Segars—
end $ variety entirety too larga to kte enume
rated. "Come one, come all."
Gettysburg, June 18, 1966. tf
Carriages and Buggies.
T" E & CULP
pFe gow building a 'variety of
00A0II W 0 R K
of the latest and Most approved stales, and
constructed of the best material, to which they
invite the attention of buyers. Havin' built
our work with great care and of material
;sleeted with special reference to beauty of
wyle and durability, we can confidently re
commend the work as unsurpassed by any,
either in or out of the cities.
All we ask is an inspection of our work to
convince those In want of any kind of vehicle,
that this is the place to buy them.
REPAIRING in every branch dope 11; short
notice and on reasonable terms.
Give us s WI, st our Factory, near the
corner of Washington and Ghcapersbarg
F. J. TATE.' WM. E. CULP.
Mar. 19, 1865. -
NEWPORT & ZlEtli..Eft, Mechanical Bak
ers, South Washington street, halt square
from the Eagle Hotel, GETTYSBURG, Pa.—
Constantly on hand, the best of BREAD,
CRACKERS, CAKES, PRETZELS, &c. Ppr
sons wishing fresh Bread will be sercpd every
morning, by tearing their flamer and residences
nt the Bakery. Every effort made to please
C l ive us a call! [April 20,'03. tf
A W. PLEMtIING oontinues the busmen
of SALE CRYING, one solicits the 033.
tinned patronage of the public. It is his con
stant endeavor to give satisfaction. Charges
moderate. Residence in Breckinriclge street,
P. is a Bream: Auctioneer, under Ole
Tax Law of the United States.
Nov. 24, 1862.
No/I,h Walker & CA.,
165 AND 167 BALTI4OIIII STRAD;
keep constantly on hand a large 444 well as r
sorted stock of all kinds of goods at moderate
They supply prders for the 4qest tp Fhe
lowest priced articles, either ready Made or
made to measure, to any part of the country.
They keep also an extensive stock of FURN
PSIMI:i OgQ1:1S. embracing every article of
tientlemea's lindec,wear. Alsq, MILIT ARY,
CLOTHS and every variety of Military rim-!T
wings as Tell as an assorted stock et READY
MADR MILITARY GOODS.
Stilticrpre, Feb. 22, 1864.
PIANOS, C AMEX AND ANIERICAN OR
ANS. Superior tuned I qctave PIANOS
Iron $350 "upwards. oitoss from $BO
aim -girds. All instrumeuts selected, re.
commended and sold by me, additionally par
witted. Illustrated eircailars sent by
when desired. P. AlitiTZ,
No. 30 East /4;44 StTeet, York, Pi,
M&r. 12, 1866. '
' The 1541 c Fasee4
4 rf TERS A L CLOTqqa WRIVQp." :
liesi4es thr great eating of Labqr;tbe
plod g to the went an 4 win of clothing fg ft
niggle" you, more thqq smc nta to tbe poles of
Iftleger: •It Is Orange that an
;bogie be wining ;q 4o nrithoot it. For tale
tit PAtIffIPTOOIi. 1)4Q4 and at P. A. BIIICII-
Having a new ',rinse, pirLicuiar atterldon
Trill be given to this breach of their business.
They are prepared to make a id furnish Coffins
of aoy desired quality, and attend Funerals
at the shortest notice—and ou such terms as
cannot fail to please 6.11.
.Tpu subscribers return their thanks to the
put4i; far tic Eberal patronage extended tn
them in the past, and hope:o meri t andreeelyi
a continuance of public paJzonage.
shop and Wii;e Room third building opt
of ffie' Square. H. FETE IF Bif.Q.
Liftlegtown, April 16 ? f 866. tr
W. E. BIDDI,g. I. S. MRS&
100.000 Bushs. ilraVele
Ngtirvirot AT THE 041) WAREHOUS
WM. E. BIDDI.E A 00. would inform the
put.iic that they have lcasod the Warebou.e
ou the corner of Stratton street and the Rail
road, in Gettysburg, ahem they will carry on
THE GRAIN AND PRODUCE BUSI4ESS,
in all its branches. The highest prices will
always be paid for Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats,
Clover and Timothy Seeds, Fjazseed, qmac,
Hay and Straw, Dried Fruit, guts, Smip,Hams,
Shoulders and Sides, Potai.oes, with !yeti
thing else in the country produce BEA.
GROCERIES.—On hand, for sale, Coffees,
Sugars, Molasses, Syrups, Teas, Spios, Salt,
Cheese, Vinegar, Soda, Mustard, Starch,
Brooms, Buckets, Blacking, Soaps, 4c. Also
CIOAIL OIL, Fist, Oil, Tar, &c. FISH of all
kiwis Spikes and Nails ; Smoking and Chew
They are always gble to supply :. first, rate
arti , qe of Flour, with the ilit!ereut ki443 or
Also, Ground Plaskr, with Guano arpi
other fertitizera. COAL, by the bushel, ton or
They will run a LINE OF FREIGHT CARS
from Gettysburg to Baltimore once every
week. They are prepared to convey Freight
either way, in any quantity, at REDUCED
RATES. They will attend, if desired to the
making of purchases in the city, and delivering
the goods promptly in Gettysbure. Their
cars run to the 19arehouse of Nathan Roop &
Co., No. 128 North Howard st., near Franklin,
Baltimore, where freight will he received at
any time. They invite the attention of the
to their line, assuring them Chit they
w:II spare no effort to aczoluutotlate all who
may patronize them.
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April 16, 1866• tf
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We take special pleasure in announcing to
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day opened our mg CREAM SALOONS, at
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14NA D AND MINERAL WATEFI.
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- had a life-long experience in the
manufacture of all the foregoing articles we
uk the p ttronage of the public genetally.
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Gettysburg, Oct. 29, 1866
/VERBS choice PALMS, Al fellpirs: l,
1 133 and 124 acres each ; tbreis near
the Borough of (fettyabqrg ; chqice lauds scol
good blindly'. Tonal licoommildating.
13NORGB 4401.41. i p s
fiptilshurg, Sep4.3, 1814. tf
IIIITy4TS SAIIR.--cSeverel HOUSES
itcan be ovelwed at Private 8410 by
ii i - 6 1AVS4T9OK- , I4BQPIR , •
81 - 1811LER'S HEM BITTERS • for tale !q.
Horn9ol Bugs AO Variety
is ♦ stOI•CTCD 119LCITIJ;yr TUI
Protoxida , of Iron,
a nay disc9very in medicine y 1414
STRIKE 4 4T TI:; Roqr OF RISE4SB,
by supplying the Blood with he VITAL
PRINCITLe, OR ICU IILERRNT—.4II.ON.
This is the secret of the wonderfct snccesS%f
this remedy in curing
Dy3PEPSIA, LIVES COVPLAINT, DROP
SY, CHRONIC buitaaG:t, 80/LS,
Nervous Affections, Chills and Fe
vers, Huniors, Loss of Constiti
goiral Figur, Disease of the
en 4 ell diseases originating In
A BAD'STATE OP THE BLOOD,
or accompanied by DIUt t ILITV, gr a how 814r1
OP THZ ETHTEM.
Being free from Alcohol in any form, Its
surgising eTocs *Fe not followed ty norrei•
ponding reaction, but are permanent, infusing
strength, vigor and new life Into all parts of
the system, acid tpililittg up an 1.4.0.),i CU*.
DYSPEPSIA A.#lll DEBILITY.
From rite Venerable 4reAdeacon Scot; 11. D.
Duiosm, Canada East, garch 24, 180.
* # "I am ao inveterate Dyspeptic of
more than 25 years' standiog."
* * 1r "I have been so wonderfully
benellttesl in the Wee short weeks during
which I have ase4 the Peruvirn Syrup, Oaf,
I can scarcely persuade myself qi the reality,
People who have known me are astonished
at the change. I ant widely known, and can
but recommend to others that which has gone
so much for me."
Giza ,of most Jp-
RISTS in New England writes to a friend as
VI Imp tried tlys P4RUVIAV SYWR, 814
_cully sustains your prediction. It
has wide a sew of me; infused into my
system nesevigotand energy; I am no longer
tremulous anii debilitated, as when yoi, last
saw me, but stronger, heartier, and with lar
ger opacity for labor, mental and physical,
titan at any time during the last fire years."
4q 4MINENT DIVINE of Boston, save:
"I have been using the PERUVIAN SYRUP
for some time past; it gives me new . vigor,
buoyancy of spirits, elasticity of muscle."
par THOUSANDS have been changed by
the Rae of this remedy ; from wetit,
etclsly, Buffeting creaturea, to atumg, healthir i
and happy men and women ; and invalids can. :
not reasonably hesitate to give it a trial.
A pamphlet of 32 pages, containing cerliG
cates of cures and recommendations from some
of the most eminent physicians, clergymen,
and others, will be vent ease to any address.
Siart.See that, each bottle has PHIEtUIrI.4.N
SYII.I.IP blown in the glass.
FOR SALP RV
J. P, Dinsmore, Psoprietar,
36 Dey Street, New Yellir,
AND Sy 4Xt intom3Te,
All Stedical Nen swan th tt lODINE 43 the
REST REMEDY for Scroiula and •Il kindred
diseases ever discovere I. Tue dint •yity Lus
been to obtain a PURR SOLUTION of it.
DR.. H. ANDRES'
Is a Pure Solution of iodine, WITHUUT A
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and Recto-
It wad. cure SCROFULA in all its manifold
ULCERS, CANCERS, SYPHILIS, SALT
and it has been axed with astonishing success
in cases of RhefnAtisin,Dispepsia, Conslynip
tioq, Female Complaints, He srt, Liver and
Circulars will be sent Pace to any address.
Price $l.OO a bottle, or n tor 55.00.
Prepared by Dr. H. ANDERS, Physician and
FOB RALR By
J. P. Dinsmore, 36 Dry ID reel. New York,
AND BY ALL Ditl7GtillaS.
HAS RRRT 1731411 PJR NE %JILT
HALF A 'CENTURY,
WITH TIIR 40ST ASTONISHING BROOM IN CORING
Coughs, Colda, Hoursenees. Sore Tilton', In
&tense, Whooping Cou.th. Croup, Liver
Complaint, Brourbitia, Diflieulty of
Bretthing, Astitruu, and evely
TQE TUROAT, LUNGS, AND CUEST,
which carries off more victims than any other
disease, and which baffles the skill (tithe phy
fiches to a greater extent than auy other
YIELDS TO TIPS REMEDY
when all otheFeheave ineliutqloii
AS 4 3tEbiohyl3,
rapid is relief, soothing in effect, safe in its
o v r s tion,
t erlT IS 7NSVIIPASSED 1-Fat
while as a prepe,Fathin, free from noxious in
gredients, poisnnl m neralq ; uniting skill
sciexce and incilical knowledge ; combining
all that is valqatile In the vegetable kingdom
for this rises of disease, it is
IIUMP A.R.AI3 LE!
and is -entitled to, merits and receives the, gen
eral confidence of the public.
SEI(IIQU4 THATCHER., M. D.,
of Heroism, y., writes as - follows:
uttirisran'e Bar.san pr WILL) CHERRY eves
universal satisfactien. It seems to cure a
Cough by loosening and cleansing the fangs,
and allaying irritation, thus ERMOVING THE
canes, instead of drying ; on the cough and
leaving the cause behind. I consider the Bal
sam as good as any, if not the hest, Cough
medicine with which I am :Cconlinted."
The Rev. JACOB SECHLEit, of lfanove•,
Pa., well known and mach respected Among
the German population of this country, makes
the following statement for the benefit of the
Dear Sirs :--liavinr; realized in mjr family
important benefits from the uae of your Tains
ble preparation—WlSTAll'S BALSAII OF
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were entertained. I then procured a bottle
of your expellent Balsam, and before she h.td
taken the whole of the contents of the bottle
there wasa great iturrorement in her inapt!.
I bare, in my individqal case, made frequent
qse of your valuable rpedicine, and mays al-
ways bppn bene4tted by it.
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Seth W, piimle 41! Rim, Ir'roppleters, Bostog
•so qT .LL DitCqUISTA
Grave" Celebrated Salve,
etjcps thes, Burns, Scalds
Grwela Celebrated Salve
cures Wounds, Bruises, Sprains.
Qrsce's Celebrated Salve
cures Boils, Meer', cancers.
Elraee's Celebrated Salve
cures Stilt Rheum, Erysipelas.
goo's Celebrated Salve
mires Chapped Reads, 011041ns
Grace's Celebrated Salyp
heeds Old Sores, Flesh Woar4ds, &c.
It Is prompt in action, removes pelt, at once,
and redncet the most angry-looking swellings
and •inflansmations, as if by imagic,A ; a t.
folding relief and a complete CUM,
OMIT 25 coats a buil (Sent by twig for 35
For sale by J. B. DINSMORE, Se Bey street,
New York,S. W. FOWLS A SON Proprietors,
Bostoi, aid by all Druggqtt i law/ . 4 Bed
Vostett7 Store.. ' •
ttil 1 0Sh 17
TR' very best an 4 latest improved machine
in use, fop pale et Oa COMING STORE
pt ,FACOitS & in Obambersburg street,
Gettysburg, where you can hmy the best and
cheapest Cloths, Cissitveres and Vestings, and
every variety of goods in the line tf
.- M3N AND BOYS WEAR.
You can have them cat out and made up in
the very best style if you wish, at moderap
prices, and vigoqt anylisk whatever.
060. JAepliS pp,
August 20, 18C6.
THE GETTYSBURG SKYLIGHT 174LLERY.
JE onders)gned takes pleasure in antiuuq
cing to thp citizens of Gettysburg and die
public generally tbitt he has removed from his
old rooms on West Middle street, to Baltimore
street, and nearly opposite the store of Fahe
estock Brotliers, The room he now occupies
has been recently ;MA up expressly for his
business. The location is an admirable one,
enabling him to take pictures in all shades of
weather, a;4 with a correctness unequalled
any where else.
of every size And descrltdori, executed in tile
pest style. Bariictilarattention given to the
ARTE DE VISITS, and to copying AMBRO
TYPES and DAGUERREOTYPES ot deceased
Irtends. A ko—
TIIE GETTYSBURG GEMS,
* new style of picture, which has become very
popular with ' , the public, not only fur their
beauty, but for cheapness' and convenience.—
Sl4TbdiN for ONE DOLLAR only. 4.150
THE PORCELAIN PICTURES, which fur their
beauty and durability are unsurpassed.
We are prepared to carry on the business in
all its various branches, and having bad con
siderable experience we run no risk In
9U4 IMYTOISO . PRRFECT S.I77SFAC-
Pur facilities fora full display of qiir skill
are unequalled by airy oth.•r Gallery In tl.e
County., and we would therefore invite every
one to call at the
NEW GETTYSBURG SETLIGHT GALLERY.
Cali and examinp oar Specimens and judge
far yourselves. LEVI 11011PEtt.
June 2.', Igt3G.
1 sPrr5 Prr
vii WS ivnnt
.... v. Agents evcryihere to sell
our eminlqyrm S2Q Sewing 11 4:' , hines•-7
Three new \kinds. 'Under and upper feed.—
Seat citi tri tl. Warr.inted five years. Above
sulary or 1at....E. e.ommissions paid. The ONLY
mueltioes sold ' in the United States for less
than .5.17 ; which are folly Greased by hose,
Ineeler f liCha t, l'iroolr 4. a iker, Singer 4. 0,. ,
aid llockelJoo. All other cheap Rachines are
infringements, and the seller or user aro liable
to arre.ildiae owl impriaonOtent. Illustrated eir
pulara sent tare. A direis, or call upon Shaw
4 Cl irk, nt Iliddeflrr 1, .ILiiue, or Chicago, 111.
114 y 111, ISUG. lily
New 1 4wwiller
T"'mid\ rsigned IL is opened a LUMBERY.ti,ItU,
yARD, on, the Railroad, near Gninn St
Reilly's Lime Kilns, Gettysburg, and Asks the
Publio to give hint a t all. Ilie assortment is
one of the hest ever offered Item, and
ces alfor.l o f & the smallest living profit. Ile
has WHITS I;INR PLANE', melt and It Of inch
BoArtos, FLookiso, PALINGS, kc.,
and is constantly adding to his stook. Come
and examine for yourselves.
A (Ritter) Aeroftllo_,
REsrE,TFITLI.Y Dedietted to the Propri.
etor of the great Zing:re', by a late Dys
r nwae.renbt the 3:..ram1.1x of Egypt lie came,
Reston an; the styli. and healing the tone;
A cure for the elnifera, that dn•ad rut disease;
Heaven sent hint tat eart titrdespoptie esuo.
There are those who Arco, troubled With fever and
Wen llwy took but one bottle and were tarred of
Resol vtst I hat In future. it ever they shake,
Such pleasant, nice hit tern—no other they tole,
net alsdtie If mittlit,l will; iterlalitxt debility ;
It: liter say+ it will cure; Just try Its ability.
Essmice of lite, then, tovirung au I to oil ; -
1 eet utin preventive tonit enuglat aral colds.
Try it al I, •vil ) are troubled with a weak ttppeti tn.
7, ,, 5t is given IN Ilu sec lilt teral. if only used right;
In asrottila, colic. or a bad rriiirt,
Nolte who've t tied Ito( either have any mope fray,
treat tidings this, then, for rich and for poor'
A bottle eau be haft for a dollar nand more—
Rotifer 'dwelt it to throw unable to pay).
In nu case of sick ss will he turn them away,
WEIAT Tint ZMIAltt BMX!! HAVX
We publish the following for the benefit. of the
afflic.ed everywhere :
••[ suffered for n long lime of Dyspepsia,
Nowt D.sease, and freqni ne attacks of Liver
Complaint. Often' the sufferings were so
great that life was almost intolerable. I tried
several em•uent physicians, and moat of the
popular reniedies recommended for such com
plaints, but found little relief until a few
weeks ago I commenced the use of F. ftahl'er's
Great Zingeri Bitters, and am now perfectly
cured."• HENRY HULL
IlarilAurg City, Pa., Sept. 8, 1864
Personally appeared the nhore named ileary
hull, nod Glade o..th to due farm !Lae the facts
are true as above Mated.
A. C. SM I flf; Notary Fqblie.
Mar For sale by G. F. Kalbtleiseli and W
J. Martin. Getipbarg.
Nny. 12, 18(16.
lowireztoe D. Dietz
508 Wes( Battininre
Betwren thoward fi,:Librrcv Str•etn,
Uty 7, /80t;. - )3 iltia,ore, Md.
AAftON CHHONISTitit,: of Hampton, Ad.
. um, county, will attend to the CRYING
OF SALM in the most satiaf.tctory manner,
and on reasonable terms. lle asks a share of
public patronage, and is convinced thkt he
wilt pe able io please all who may employ him.
Hampton, Sept. 17. 18543. 2m*
Kerarrge at GM glover.
TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE
POTS, OIL CANS, &c., &c.
ler Alt the Cooking fora
arily may be done, with K. ro-"ii..411
Atiersene Oil, or Gas, with leartsill
ver trouble, and at lea es peure,•"4ll
zegirthan by any other fuel.
Eap4 Article isls.ni;ritetured by this COMpstoy
is gyarrotted to perform All that is elaimeil
.3)••Send for Circular-lie •
koherat Dimwit to the trade.
4S4ll2lilqlC LAMP HEATER. CO.,
200 Pearl .greet, N. Y.
401, 1 116 8 . 1
Coal and Lumber,
OF every variety, at the Yard of
C. IL BUEHLER,
r 94. I Q. Cor. Carlisle and Railroad
reghseriber will pay FIVE DOLLARS
pq CORD for BLACK OAK BARK, de-
Itreped gt die Tannery, in Gettysburg.
Jriug 18, 1566.
11. IL BONDS.
IBS Rind National Bank of Oettystinrg
will cash -6.20 and 10-4 Q U. Eitt Bonds;
7 : 30 and Compound Lutenist lifotee.
Oct. 6, 1866. If
f§IIGAII "CUERO ITAXB.Lii supply
jolt received: A' prime tittle d (ot sate
. 1 1 ). . 1 1 §T I LiCP I 9VSE4 4 `4l4Ar4lir!
Vice President--damael It. Rnsiell.
tiecretary—D. A. Buehler.
Treasurer—E. 0. Fahnestock.
precntive Committee—Robert UaCurdy
drew bleintzelrnan, Jacob King. ,
MANACIIIRS.—Ueorge Swope, D. A. Buehler,
R. 11cOurdy, 3f. Eichelberger, S. R. Russell,
QQ Pshnestock, A. D. Buehler, R. G. McCreary,
GOttylbarg; Jacob King, Straintn township;
A. Ileipt7elttian, Fraklin ; Wm. D. Hitort,
New OxioAlf Waif . lit: 1 .1 9 11.4 P, Sendersville;
H. A. Picking, Straban township; John with
lard, Latlmore township •, John Picking, Ki f d,
Berlin. Abel T. Wright, fientlepville Abitet
F. Gitt, New Oxford ; Jas. Marshall, Ibiz a
litainban township; John Cunalpglinui, Free
dog towihihip ; John Horner, Moifiltjoy town s
ship; Win. Ross White, Liberty 13w:14;1p.
ofaitThis Company is limited le its opera, '
Lions to the county of Adams. It has been is
operation for mare than f; years, and in th.i%
•period has made but one asseismeni, !luring
papa losses by bra clueing thaf period amount
lats. to $12,088—56,169 of whip); have bees
paid during the last two years, Any persoif
desiring an Insurance can apply to any of the
aboyc named Mftnagers fqr farther informal
barna Executive Cammittee meets at tills
'Mae of the Campany, on the last Wed ness
day Ig avec:) , month, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Oct. 16, 1865. U
AT BRINK ERFIQFIPH Cif 14:4P CI LOTHINq
AND FURNISHING STOW?, at the Nortls
Corner of the Diamond. The subscriber
Hconstautly in receipt of Crest: goods from the
istern cities. His stock of
REA D Y4A Cf e tOTHING
is one of the largest and most attractive, ag
well as the cheapest establishment of the kind
in the country. You will there find COATS,
PANTS AND VESTS, made up in the most
f+shionable styles, and of Op best materials,
of all sizes and prices, for men and boys.-,
Gentlemen's furnishing goods of every•descrip,
Con, Wool Shirts, Muslin Shirts,
Shirts and Merino Shirts, Merino,, Wool and
Cotton Drawers, Hosiery of every description
Buck-skin, Merino and Cotton Gloves, Hand,
kerchiefs, Neck Ties, Cravats, Linen 4nd Paper
Collars, Wits, flips, Boots and Shoes.
brellas, Trunks, Valices, Carpet Bags, Clothes
and shoe !trellises, Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Shoe Blacking, Pocket and Dressing Combs,
Ivory Combs, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Guns, Pistols, Violins and Violin Strins,
Soaps and Perfumeries, Stationery of all kit' 11,
Pocket Knives, Smoking and Chewing Tohne,
co, Pipes, an extra quality of Seger's. In fact,
his stock embraces everything usually found
in a first class furbishing store. I invi.e the
attention of all to come and see fur themselves,
as I am determined to sell goods lower than
any otherestablishment in the country. Don't
forget the place. Corner of York street amid
the Diamond. JACOB 1411/NlifiltllONV.
July j , 1864.
'AT TUE 01 1 1.)
[sarrkwaseen 11 1817 ]
I have totmei.tted with ma, In business, nil
son, John F. Slptlreary, under the firm and
sqle of 11. I 'A/teary 4 Son, and I desire to
say to my old friends and the public generally
thst 6iriue the war, the manufacture of Saddles,
Humes', Collars, (cc., has been revived at the
old established and well known stand ea Bal
timore street, one square south 4t the Omit,
House, Gettyeburg, BA.
flaring hail nn experience of 10 jeers In
this establishment, I reel nesnred, that, with
!renewed attentiun to bueineee, tee can still
further merit and receive a foil minor of pun. '
lic patronage. DAM Ift,CREARY.
MO increased fneitit:es for condartinz our,
tonnes?, we are better prepare,' then erer.toi
satisfy the wants (41111 thole who way newt
anything in our We especially call the
attention ot Fanners and others to the euperioo
,qu.iltty of our
haiq or Quitted Sent Side Leathers.
Horn Saddles, dimness, all kinds, Vrid
plain or Quilted Beau or withontfaitanings
no Horn,' 'Sousing". •
Pall qv Quilted Sent'Scotph Collave(leatittri
Stye Saddles, ..'1 11141100
plain of Fancy Saddle i No Seim Collars,
Clothe Best Welt Ilaruess Col-
I}i ns lividles, ql all, Patent Leather Collars,
kinds, fair or Wank,' stitched or untaritehe.t
rounded or tint, IlArst Leather Wagon
Whips, 4, 41 and ;
Carriage llnrnese, nil feet
styles, silver or Week ' Platted Team Whips,
mounted. 'Trotting Whips.
Heavy draft Harness,
Blind Ili idles, Whip Labels,
Girths, Morse Blankets,
Orppets, lie.( 40.
In sipari, ov.erything that pertains to aunt
cl.tss freoprol horse furnishing establishment
ocinsirmtly 4q hand or made i.e order promptly,
.very host mitapial, cud by the mist es
porienced workmen in the , country, two hav-.
log worked in this er,tat t lialtutent for the Istai
thirty years.) •
We are now manufacturing eq eicelltut lot,
of lii.svy Dra't and U terms ‘h i llare fur those
who prefer our owq to city made wprk.
Itepaiaing of all kin Is ituqe at shlort -notice
and on ea termahla team*.
All are cordially incited tq nap an d e xami ne
for Otemaeires, at qur work cannot Jail tq
D. IigCRgARY * SON
Feb. 4, Plait tt
rpHil sublerilter would inform Itiseostomers
I and others,,thet he Is still mannfacturiug
various kinds of Outings anti Machines : made
to order, on short notice, PIO u
TllllE3iigl4S AND POWERS,
(are different sizus of •Suwerr,) Clover-esti
Hollers and Cleaners, Ourn shollers and Sue-.
anttors, Cornfodder Cutters. Straw and llsf—
Cutters P I. 0 17 1.3. 11 3 ,
such AS Clq Ploughs. B,trsitear Ploughe r Sidei
hill and Corn Ploughs; the
WIRE-SPCINCI HORSE RAKE,
the latest inaproreuseut ; also Metal Screws
fur Cider PresseA,
for Cemeteries or Porches, with everything
else in his line, all at low prices.
FO it SAL, N.—.l light Two-horse Wagon, my
One-horse Wagon, and a Spring W4gon, all
April 30, 1868. tf
ATS, CAPS, HOOTS is SHOES.
00BEAN fit CO.
tare in.tt received and opened another Spiraiditi
assortment of BATS, CAPS, BOOTS anti
SHOES, for Summat sveer, Which they AN
selling at very low pslnes ocinsi.lpring the
limed. The latest styles of Sommer Hats and
Cape, of every description and price.
Hoots and Shoes, ar superior make, and?
warranted to 6i, alltra:l on band, Work
made to order and repairing done on short rm..
tice, by experienced workmen, Also,
carried on in all its branches. Persons wicti
log anythinir in this line wotild do well totall y
ger Don't forget the old start) In Chmu hers
burg street, if you want Heigaitte,
Di:MEAN 4 CfIAWPOED.
June 19, 1964.
r 1E undersigned bas commenced She SAD,
DLA and f14RN498-1111Elkil busineas,
on the 0111,1tfRattlrqctre street;lntb•buildini
formerly unnupirtS by D, Sgeeney as a Chair
maker's shop, up-stairs, where he risks than
Wanting anything in hia line to 441. Work
dune In the best manner, and priges [Moderate.
HARNESS REPAIRED &tabor& eotlce. A lot
of new Saddle, and Barnes, ou band.
gettystorg, June 25, 1866. 3i
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weaterml paid, •
Tv.vmr, rbai,,,.°l: 1;14411Zr:5;
or more FARMS in this conney. The land'
are well lqeated, and very deeipibielfr tarot
in. ROI erpliwion esired.
GettriMPli 44Pril 8, 1885. a
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