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..11Y H. J. ErfAHL.E. -
TEDIIII.—Two 130L1..ADA per annum Di adecuwie—
Two DOLLAIDI AND in'tY CF-`4lllll not paid
111 adkattee. cohecrlpl ton diecontinued,
rinleatfit the option of the publieher, until all
Atiriorrniwabirre Inserted nt ,the mum ' rated..—
~ large reduction to tire° 'who advertise by
Jon pirrwrrwo, of every description—horn the
mailed label or card to the Lament handbill
- or poster—done with dispatch, lb a workman
like manner, and at the lowest ilving rates.
Orincw on Balthnore street, a few doors aboVe
the Ootirt.Honse, on the opposite eide r with
"CleUlaboraCorapiliw On on the
Attornies, Physicians, ac.
JOHN Y? SSA
ATTOWNEYri AND COUNSELLDEM.
MeCONAILiGHT has arsociated' .1011 W M.
KRAITTH, Msg., in the Pnictior of the Law,
at kt odire, one door west of Buehler's Drag
Store, Chamhersburg %Dept ,
. e re4l . l a t tt f ntion peen to meta, eV:4 . km.! all
claims to Pensions, Bounty, Bank Pay, and Dam
atice against United Ststrated all times, promptly'
and elriclently attended Is.
[Amid Warrants located, and choice Farms for
sale in lowa and other Western meant
WV. A. Dt77C4N,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Will promptly &Mimi to all
Cola' husineee entrontott to him, Melodist. the
procuring of Vent:tone Rennty, !Mel; Pay, and all
elatMll *going the rnih. , 4 States sad *tote
°Mee in North.weet earner of Glamor 11,4:lefty*.
April ii , 7Srf, tf
A 114')RNEY AT LAW,
Partteulor attention paid to
e'otteetion of Penalone, Bounty, and &,k-pay.
t nee In thP R, F. mrnerof the Diamond,
liettymbunt, April 6, l*. a
EDWARD B. BUBBLER,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
' faithfully and prompt.
IV - attend to all Amines* entrusted to him. He
speaks the German language. Odle* at the same
owe, fir *tooth Baltimore marten, near Forney . '
ti re* store, and nearly oppualte Danner t Zieg
ler's store. =.
tiottyaburtr, Marsh 20.,
'D•. W. 4 MeCLOglf.
}laving prwinanenlly ideated In New OatArd, will
prattler Ala prllfrs3llo4l In all Ha brantbral,l3l.
Aland.. and all othrno dralrlng hla profWadcaual
armlet* are requrattd to roll and ronsultlhim at
Ida Wrier, in Hanover at rret.
Mar lat 7. If •
Dr. 13. S. PEFF.4.II,
A IiBOTTPWOWN, ADAMS COUNTY,
profiler. of Ills prolesslon In all Hs brandies, and
would rempeetfulty Invite all perms &Meted
wif any old standlnit diseases I. call and eon
048.3, 1864. If •
LAWEENCD HILL, H. D.,
Has bla offliie one door west of the Liz
ebureh In Chambenilstlig street, and oppo•
Dr. Ilorner °Mee, whore those wleihing to
hn.a i4IIY Denutl Operation performed are respect-
MIA Dolled to cult. Rtroxascas Drs. Hunter,
Rev, IL L Danaher, 1 - 4 0., Rev. Prof. M. Jambe,
IL prof. M. liontomer.
hottyslitow, April lA.
Dr. F. C. WOLF,
H AVING LfirATED AT FART BERLIN', AD
peenthnt ter strict attention to Mx profetotional
.:dotlee he nt,ty merit a allure of the public pa
April 2, ME. tf
HtR ItF: „ t'MFJ) the Pnnetlee of Medicine In
1,1111,124T0WN, and offer. hie mervltwe to
the piddle. °Mee urine honor, earner of Ltm
hr greet end Foundry alley. near the Railroad.
sluudal attention Riven to Skin I)lmonse..
Litt 'extols n, Nov. li, INT.
Dn . /. W. C. O'NEAL'S
OPFICE AND 11WICLLING,
-E. ...,. A few darns from the
..1:. corner ,d' Raltlmon. and High streets, near
lire Pre.lnterlan Church, Gettysburg, Pa.
Aprll 15. I.kr;.
KEYSTONE HOUSE, '
CHAMBERS':MG RT., GETTYSBURG, PA.
8 MYZRZ PROPRIZTOR.
MUIR lea new House, fitted up in the moat
pruved style. lte location is pkwant, central
and convenient. Every alrilLlNganellt halt been
made for the accommodation sang comfort of
gusto. The Table will always have the beet oftbe
market, and Use Bar the best of wises and liquor..
There la eommodloaa litabling attached, with
an accommodating ostler always on hand.
Thie Hotel is now open for the entertainment
of the nubile, and a sham of patronage is soli d. etTort will be .pared to render satiatsetlon.
Jan 14„1807. tf
THILUI THZ !RATION,
FLCNOVER, YORK COUNTY PA.,
EfE undersigned would respectfully inform
him numerous friends and the public generally,
t he has leaned the Hotel In Hanover, near the
Depot formerly kept by Mr. Jeremiah Kohler,
and will .pare no effort to conduct It to a manner
that will stiVkl general mathffaction. Ells table will
have the twat the markets can afford-this cham
ben ere specious and comiortuble—and he has
laid in for his bar a full stock of choice wines and
1 1.1t1Ora. There beßtabling for horses attached to
the Hotel. It will be his oonstunt endeavor to
render the fullest satisfaction to his guests, ma
k Inn his houseae nrord home to them an pacsible.
He ache a ahem of the public patrol:ow deter
mined as , is to deeerve a large part of Re
member the Railroad Howe, near the Depot,
Hanover, Pa. A. P. HAUGHEY,.
OH. 2, Mai. t
YORK S.TREET, NFUR THE DIAMOND,
t7ErTI7IIIt , RO, PZINN'A
THE mulemigned would meet respectfully M
form his numerous friends and the public
generally, that he has purchased that long estab
lished and well known Hotel, the I . Olobe. Inn,"
In York street. Gettysburg, and will ewe .no
ettet t to conduct It In a manner that will not de
tract from Its former high reputation. His table
wilt. have the )feet the market can otlitrd—his
chamfers are spacious and comfortable—and he
haploid In (or Me barn full stock of wines and
items. There is nuke stabling attached to the
Hotel, which will be attended by attentive ost
lers. It will be his ebnotant endeavor to render
the fullest sMlsfaction to his guests, Making his
honor at near a home to theta so pomade. He
nett" a share of the public's patronage, determin
ed . be letodet.ertee a Mpge part of it. Remem
ber, the "Globe Inn" is in York street, bet near
the Diamond, or Pnblie square.
April 4, ligte. tf
contewn Or BOIVAIID • 711/ rn RTRYXIII,
This Howie le on a direct fine between the
Northern Central and Baltimore &In Railroad
_Depots. It has been refitted and comfort
ranged for the convenience and the
ment of 'meta&
Nov. 20, laY,. tf
0 YES! 0 YES!
QFFERB Pie services to the public. Sales Cried
In any part of thecounty, at reasonable rates
ving considerable experience in the Dustiness,
he (letters Dlmself that he will be able to render
4.4411,a:tef10n In all mem- Poet °Mee address,
Gros& Hai, Adam, ea., Pa.
Nov. $, iWR. ly
GEORGE .A. WARNER. RpURE PAINTER,
Routh Waahlogton it., Gettyphung, Pa.
GOOD WORK AND MODERATE PRICER.
-Money, Free as Water.
1 CI, 00 0 ACTIVE Local and Traveling A.
gents, or Female, of aft atm
ore wonted to aolicit Illade in every City. Town,
Village, Hamlet, Workshop and Factory. t hrough•
out the entire world, for the most I/steal/le novel
ties ever known.-511) PER CENT. PROFIT and
READY HALE WHEREVER OFFERED!!
erase% men and women een make from IS to RE
per day, and no risk of low! A smell enpltai ree
quirve of from $3/ to Ilan—the more money In.
'vetted the greater the profit. No Money required.
In advanoe—we find send the anteing and Tredve
moneyrwards If you setoally wish to maks
rapidly and easDy, write for fell pertiete
lark and address
MILNOR, & CO., (Trout Parts,)
210 Broadwv, New York ma
Feb. 25, BC.
AT J. M. WARNER'S.
. The 'Wender of the Age 1
1.117 ARREN . PI KLEMM cnm i for aide at
yr liesdrleks t Warren's Grocery store, la
Peat York street, Chdtyabord, Pa., where ev•l7-
thing Uttar line WILL Da sold at the lowest priers.
Give nil • call and see ler yousrelvea. Our Meek
renalsgtreetaisa, Notkras, and Fancy Goods.
Our laort! aa,
aril Ton*, our alai toplema.
dee tpkenUt earning/tier Weds. Cash
Dal Bison and Mawr.
• 21, lettr. tt
§:RAH 021.1.1LANDM MATS. —Letters olftd.
ministration e. 4 a. oa the estateolnerah 011-
n, UM et R.• terwantdp, et:ren
-Iy. demean& ba been grantM to tne under.
Mined, reeklbut In same townahlp, hotereby
gives notlos to a/lperecna Indebted to said meats
to make Immediate- payment, and Moee having
claim* adanut tbe same to them pruner
ly authenticated for settlement. present
NOAH F. mama,
Jan. MIL 66 Atudidatrator 9. 4A.
IaNOTO 31:LNIATIMCS, at rbs ExeseJsior (ul)s-
L ry. ore
Ca superb sad turadabobat osughtn
lOses li sad isosaatus spsoirsess. den,
C. J. TYSON.
_ . _
' BY H. .T.' STABLE.
DO YOU WANT
CHEAP AND GOOD '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS?
' , Yea r
. IKverytally kurnrers.
TRM 00 TO MP: NEW IMRE Or
REBERT # ELLIOTT,
Oppeofte Me Cbsert-Asuae. Clitigary.
Do YOU alleg u and yx4
Ventinp, 6lores , Nupers, Nack-tlas, any
thing 4011 n thejpen Man% wear line,
tio to RIEBENT It muorni.
Ex) YOU WANT cheap and good altka, Al
w —pata, petals" Washouts, WA
coca, Glove., Mastery }loop Mhlrts , Cor wt.*, or
anything Kee drat/rd. ior wear?
(to to RESENT t ELLNITTII.
Do YOU WANT cheap and wood Wfailina,
fiheotinga, Tirkinga, Carpeting.
of the rmbrellae, Window khadok or
anything elite kind?
Go to ItEttERT &
DO YOU Ir li"o7wil ehM Pllluil a " spl d erdid woso Pur" rt::
'tient At RESENT & kaiaorrs.
Who .re now nailing good, et pricey Out must.
matonlin. To be convinced, rail .ad nee for your
N0v.1:4 IMP. tf
HAY AND GRAIN
ntuterFlinted woU'd annortnee to the
i l ' sen. or Adanta county that they ntlll carry nil
GRAIL AND HAY RTTSINESS,
at the old gaud ? GIULNITH FITCTION on the
Gettyaburg Ittalined. Their Ntivreal to p. 3.
the higheat prtera for (MA A D AY. They
keep all kinds of
GROCERIES, SALT, GIIANOS,
whfrh they wilt melt et the mittalleet profitm
Hive um a call sad wee ftw_yourmelhreg.
PHILIP HANN a POPS.
Dee. 20, W. I,y
VILL ta/ 'Mi EW
In now rpool Villa it largo stork of
Q I 7 EENS WARE,
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS
I mil the attention of my euatoment nod tt
oomumnity to my tame stockof Goode, which I
am tom otferinu at luwer film than they hay e
been since the war, and at prima which canon t.
fail to at rike the purchaser. cheap. With evert'
facility for purchasing Goods at as low figure. ail
any in the trade, I am also prepared to meet
competition in low prices from any and all
Prompt conformity to the lowest market prices
la my eatabliehed rule.
Pctenburg, tr. Ft,) Oct. 19, 1887.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
OROCIll" E LIQUORS, &C..
.4 1 14 oodeseifthrd !mixture& to Gttystmerg, and
opened • serw tit on Seltimlor street, Rent
door to the Poet Mice, and nearly opposite the
Court Rouse, Where he ofkret for male, CHEAP
FOR CASH, a large and choice asecetssent of
COPTBMs, TEAR, 1101...A.96PE, SYR
- tiVk BALT, IC.,
BACON, LARD, &C.
Wr.i. BRANDIES, 01218. WHEIX.II3,ItIIIIS,
end everythlogfides la the Mee.
Also, any quantity *lifetime, to salt *ay sad
BeeellPct this bl the piece to bay eXEAP FOE
GEO. F. XALBELEISCH.
April 21,1 M
TO THE PUBLIC.
Mini undersigned take this method or inform-
I log the public Skutt they *Mien: ry oh the
In all It. varied branch..., and% at they now
Lave on hand a large awortment of
BUREAUS,- .BEDSTE APS,
Tabt s cs, Owner Cupboards, S 7 en,
Stands, Dressing Bureaus, eludes,
of different kinds; indoor/
everything in Life auk -
ALSO, READY-MADE COFFINS AND COF
FINS MADE TO ORDER.
All of which will be finished promptly, eh the
old stand, on South Baltimore strent, on( elte
Winehrenners Tnnnery. The underedemed I ale.
Mg had over 71 years'.experiencti in the basin ess,
dotter thetrusidves that they an make 114 ood
work as nny others, If not better. New hey in
ners and others will find It to their advantaie • to
all and boy from us, OA we ere deterlhdleet ILO
sell as low sx possible to suit the times.
Dec. di, PE. fm
• • THE
First National Bank of Gettysburg
Ft agent car the We of the Vntsrvo - ST-
UMW UNION PACIFICRAILBOAD SIX P %ft
CENT. GOLD LVIERFAT DO2CDS, at 90 cents . as
the tIOURI, latterest payable semi-annually at
All ne,•ssery Infminntlon alum
(TO). ARNOLD, Cashier—
(let tyabum, Nov), 1&4
TO CA ./r CAPITALISTS !
Tenons dmirotrs of inveMlnisndAy•lisingnearlr
NINE PER CENT.. are reottestet! to call et the
Gittysirrr - gYational Bank,
and obtain Cfmndars nt the Daly Pati4lar and
abo Control Poe We asersa4 diespeates
Theme lurestailente are dilly graining in
sad Wes inereding.
Bends tan be •ad at all times at tlibi liaalt,
where ell lalemwribleg irweerrsles aid livreelt
Ilielete will ebetelb3lr be Wee. '
Z. EMMY RAIL (Wier.
Deft Ilk lan. tif
4: 1 1};.41E1) 14157-1pi(1)
ZGIC CULLY A4LOON.
ITlMmitorritwe resioevtily hom **Ott
at Gett=ir in vicin W ity, N ot he Fa*
a meat, one di par mot of
Owl= lAMIDEIDIBUIO *TRU S.
to *Mei he would Invite Metz attontti
CABIN, CANDIDNI AND EVERT DEMME?.
nom op; comrsenoms,
tddiether with NUM, ORNSOlnlied t kinda a
Ficarrm, alwaya on .
Oa-PARTIES. publi_ sod Demote, se well as
FAMILIII4, will be routshed with an Watts at
CARIslt, CREAM L _Itti jemmy/L.l k,r m
ofastrwtoalsad otherittiotSing, at their
houses, opals short inotlite.
John - W. Tipton,
Raving .pent • Ille-tirse at _the badness. he
Satter. htseuelt that he-wade . tmoitill it anti that ONABLE BARBER, 'Northeast earner
he Le able to give entire untielitetior I, ,
_rWrtV Diamond, (next doorto MeCiellan's Ho-
Call and lee his Confectionary. fi 1.) Gettysburg., Pa., where he can at all times he
/CU EN GRIT= " reams to .Nand mad lltenit ll itent to Ws
May la, INC tf HIV has atm szeallenVeniatartes and will aware
sat. lancelet'', Give hint • will
D w. a, stioh
iItADEBB waattog • good •TlSek4
Shale; Soap. at Mgt Bre•bea.
ed et J. I. MR*IM. GiMer °"'"""1°"%861tili
F I r'M
' TORN C. ZOUCX, LAND AGENT,
I UP Naw Oxionn, ninon oovinrr,
Aaaf[rtafe a number of desirable properties, to
wallah hr lIMA the attention of those wishing to
Two No: I HYMN aT.A.,VDM for sale or rent,
with Moak at goads doing • good bagneen. near
Ralleoad, situated In beiintltui village.; good
chasm tra penmen winkling to engage in the
nem Posiawdon given any time.
A LIIIRSTONIS FAR3I of Si acres, near Rail.
Walk tunas FARM[nseema
A LIIMMONE 0(000 a ry cre., with FlOur
and new Mill, Cam and other oat•bnild
imp, tooted In iW timore county, Md., It claim
A LLMAMTONik FARM of 48D brick house,
' brick bean, to Baltimore county, Md., IT miles
A LARD); FoffliDßY A.ND MACHLNE SHOP,
with Direllll4, attuated In . county meat, PeST
Railroad and Dept. Good cheese t
kinds of work. Also, neveret Town Lotit ill be
sold with the above property It dentin&
A FARM OF lie ACRES, Adaka county,
venlig stone Hotter, socil Baru, en., near a
tuns and railnaid.
FO ACR/N, with good
we House, Rent, A c.,
tiremmter:i . ef u te utile fr ont ndlroad station.
A FARM OF . 106 1 ,1171i11ei,.0n the ()Dilate turn
pike, under good cultivation, w lth a Wipe Brink
Reuse, Rank Barn, and other out-bulldlngs, all
A LARGE FLOCR MILL, with 21 Acres of lead.
The mill bee tour pair of Burr., and all machinery
for Solve merchant work. Beet water power In
the "rain tv.
A FARM OF 175 Arltl/4, near the Hanover
turnpike, on which ereeted good Rouse, Barn,
and all other neeeasary out-bulldlngx.
A FARM OF lull ACRES, good land, with large
Brick Ranee, Barn, and 2 Tenant Maumee—Nacres
In wood—hall a Tulle from the Conowngu Mewl.
A HOTEL, In Nen Oxford, twrsatory, roomy,
and convenient fur lmainno. Good chance;
Persons who wish to buy Real Fatate, as well an
those who wish to se.ll, ure regnestgol to give the
litibneriber A. cal/ 14 hie store to Nef Oglortl. Ad
JOIC.V C. ZOUCK, I/and Agent,
Ziew Oxford, Ad ,
April I, lag:, lv
AT PIUVATE SALE.
loIIE undersigned offers at Private Pale, the
id DOBBIN DWELLING, at theJuniu
t n.of the Taneytown and Loproalttxharg 111
roadP, In the borough or Gettysburg. The !
house la acibetantially of stone, and •
contains twelve large rooms, There to so rung,
never-railing Spring of tlnn-rate water in the
Nowa lent, and I% Acres of Land connected with
it. Tile Walton fa a very pleasant our, and with
a Ilttleradilltional outlay this could be mole one
of the moat vomiortable and de.drable homes In
the lei ongh or Its cfelnity. _ . .
A VALUABLE FARM,
IN C.1.1i1t01,1, COUNTY, MD.,
! AT PRIVATE SALE
ITHE undersigned, Intending to derline farm
JLing, onemat Private Male, We.
situate in Westminster district, Carroll county,
Md., on the head waters of Little Ripe
three miles from Weetniluster, and a short mile
from the Western Maryland Railroad, adjoining
/ands of David Shrher, Jesse nwigard, Hanson
Nichodomus, Ll:doles Roberts, aml others, con
temning 105 ACRES, more or less, with lair pm
portions of excellent Woodland and Meadow.
The land is limestone and blue slate, no drat rate
cultivation, having been Mayne limed, and un
der the very best of fencing. The farm ain't be
excelled for the anion. of wheat, corn, or tiny
other crop, whilst tor grating it has every Maim
ble point—running water in every field.
The improvements area Two-story Dou pp
ble BRICK 110UsE, with Two-story Brick
Back-building, and Basentent, a large
Brick Bank Barn, Wagon abed, Corn Ono and
Hog House, brick, and all under one root, Smoke
}ense, Wash House and spring House, stone,
rad all tinder one root, Butcher Mouse, Black
smith Shop, with other out-buildings; a never
failing well of water adjoining the dwelling house
and a splendid spring near the spring bowie. The
improvements are all of modern style, and in tho
rough repair. There la on the gremlins a large
Apple Orchard, with fruit' of all deocrlptiona.
The property In located in a filament. nalghbor
last with three mills convenient, as well as
churches, school houses, stores and mechanic
is ono of the moot desirable properties In
damn county, and should command the atten
tion Mall In want of drat elms farms.
. . .
Persacia wishing to view it are rwitierted tomtit
to taw =dental:lett, reakilog thereon.
Nov. /, LOW. 8m•
W. I. BIDDLIS. it. IS. BICINER.
11110.000 BUSHELS BRIAN WANTED.
NEW BIM AT THE OLD wAxxxousr..
FM. E. BIDDLE k CO would Inform the pub
lic that they have loomed the Warehouse on
oornerol Otratton street and the Railroad, la
Giertyaburg, o here they will curry on
'THE GRAIN AND PRODUCE BUSINESS,
L all Its branches. The highest priers will al
ways be paid for Wheat, Rye, Oorn, Cada, Clover
ane Timothy seeds, Flaxseed, Sumac, Hay and
&saw, Dried Fruit, Nuts, Soup, Hams, Shoulders
ant Hider, Potatoes, with e‘erything chi., in the
tittOchlllES.—On hand, for sale, Oodires, Su
gars, Meioses, Syrups, Teas, Spice", Malt, Cheese,
Vinear, Soda, Bunten, reareh, Brooms, Feick
ets, Blacking, Soaps, &c. Also COAL OIL, Fish
Oil, Tar, &e. FISH of-all kinds Spikes and
Nails; renokins and Chewing Tobaccos.
They are al ways able to supply a that rate art*.
tie of Fleur, with the different kinds of Feed.
•• •• • • .
Abe, Ground Phuder, with Guano, and other
t ertillzen. COAL, by the bu.hel, ton or ao ha&
They will run u
LINE. OF FREIGHT CARE
from Oettyeburg to Baltimore once every week.
lawnye prepared to convev Freit either way,
quantity, at ItEDDCFM EATEN. They
will attend, If desired, to the making of parttimee
In the city, and delivering the gown peomptly to
Oct iyaburg„ Their can run to the Warehouse of
Nathan Boon & Co. , IBt North Howard et. near
Franklin, &Alumni, endue freight will be. re
mired at any time. ffbey invite the attention of
the public to their line enuring them then they
will Mare no effort to accommodate all who may
BIDDLE & BWINICH.
Aprlll4, 16Ct. tf
NEW DRUG STORE,
IN NEW OXFORD.
THE undennanftl has opened a Drug Store In
Now Word, Adams comity, and reaped:ally
coals the attention. of the public to his dot* of
and a full assortment of nituGs; Inn word
complete stock of Goods generally kept in a dna
ears Drug Store. All of which have bean par
chased during the past two wrens, and will be
sold low. All the articles formerly manufactured
at the old eetablishment In East Merlin ran be
had here. Uuderatanding his business perf, eetlY.
and selecting his goods himself, he is able to war
rant his Drugs pure and as represon ted. The pub
lic arc request/xi to give him a trial.
D. M. MILLER.
NOW Oxford. May U. 1861. tf
PORT GRAPE WIFE,
c4 , -,1 by Mouired, OC Cbapregystioor for (lorrh or
"'serf lord frr Lodirr
TO end TrobtoPprsomi
VYNEYARTS, NEW JERSEY
Speres Port Crape Vie, fur Tears
P r users Wise Is made
I boa Op Juke of tbe Oporto Grope, n►Lrd In
S• Its Invaluable
Vimicr and Strengthening Properties
tee ustoups nod by aity other native Whitt De
law UN Wolne Juke a ow WIPP. predator* muter
Yr. noores own perassal sapsrotslosi, its purity
bad rosiotaass sre uaranteed. The yougaost
OMB now plirlwits ant. generous quallUe aa4
the Ishaltialtayaikl 4' use lt to advantae.. It
is Otisoltetal to the aged sad debill
sad to the various anneals that af•
stet woottersoz. It is, la even' respect,
WIINIP 2: 7II ii i RELLNJ) O.T.
prrathis two Grape Who.
Ma use Port Grape Was.
yorasesalliad a benefit by Its we.
Spwlae s. ose's Whoa la Hospitalo are preferred to oth-
Sold by Deoio and Onseent.
A. apart. Vdoeyard, New Jersey. Oillas, fts
August M 4 JIM 13-
r , 6=zt b m it t a i l in amml in piet /WIZ
GAlVrig. Art remived at the =sum an adMeo s
s. Album' holding 50 Pledges tidy
0175 Oar stock eomplier• ever 3$ dlltereat.
.4.=ead wAlfb sur ik ! , be . edebrated wariest
lag Altman we
Dave beaght low rare <emised Wall *wet.
then the same attendee ran be bowed anywbwe
In this county or out of it. C. .1. SMN.
Jan. a ROA.
CARRIAGE- MAKING BUSINESS.
rgataklogmxtetwigned have roamed the Cant:sae
AT TIMID OLD STAND,
b. Mug Middle &reef, Gerrpriburg, Pa.,
where they are prepared to put up work to the
moat faahlosable, auhstantlM and anpertor man
ner. A lot of new and auwoad-hand
CAMILLO:B, MUMMA, &C. • ON MAIM
WM& they will Meta* of at the lowest prime;
and all seders will be supplied u NW=letlY ens
settehtetwily es possible.
RF.PAIRING DONE WITH DESPATCH,
and at cheapest rates.
A larie hit of hew and oad HARNESS on lurid
and ale Male.
Thanktnl krr the liberal patronage heretofore
enjoyed by them, they stollen and will eadesiarr
to 'Pawn'. a large theta lu the nature.
DANNER & ZIEGLEIL
July 10, 1011. U
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
TATE * CULP
are now balking a variety of
of the latest and moat approved styles;
and conetriseted of the beat material, to which
they' Unite the attention of harem Having
built our work with west care and of nuiterial
eideeted with epode.] Totemic* to beauty of style
and durabilivy, we can confidently reconuuend
the work ItM uneurpaatied by any, either hi or out
of the cliff..
All we Lai is an inspection of our work to con
vince them in want of any kind of vehicle, that
thlw to the plain to buy them.
REPAIRING IN EVERY BRANCIL
don.. at ahort nottoo and on reamnable terntiq
filye nes call, at our Faetory, near Ibe earner
of Washington and Chamherahnra strepte, t:et
March Hi, ISM, if
NEW COACH SHOPS.
YANTIS, ADAMS „t CO.,
afgE take thle method of informing the publie
that we have established new Coach Mona
ttleolown, where we are prepared to menu-
Dictum to order all kinde of lIUGOILIe, LAB
IUM/LT, eII;LEILL,S, tke., on the ahorteat notice
and mad. aeconmealutlng
_Lerma. Onr bandit
have been peoeured tram Baltimore, and, all we
ti.e none but choice material,
we can put np
work to compete with any allop in the State.
Old work repaired and taken in exchange for
Aug. 30. tf
• STILL AT WORK
TflE underehtned eontinuee the
in all Rs branelma, at hla old stand, In EAbT 3111)-
I)LE STREET, GEITYRIWRO.
NEW WORK made to order, and REPAIRINU
done promptly and at low tat prices.
FALLING AND RTANDING-TOP BVGGIEB
CON 4 MANTLY 024 RA:4D
la-Two drat-rate SPRING 'WAGONS for sale.
DR. R. HORNER,
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST,
Office and Drug Stare, CETAIIDERSHURG BT.
Medical advice without chargA.
DRUGS, MEDICINES', PATENT MEDICINFE,
STATIONERY, PER FL EERY, SOAPS, DRUMM
ER, TOILLT ARTICLD, FFS, 'SPI
CED, SAIC!NCE SODA, E CREAM DTE
O ST r U TARTAR,
LAMPS, COAL OIL, &C., &C.
PURE LIQUORS for medicinal porno...
Dr. R. limner's OLIEN, s reliable remedy for
chapped Mods, rough skin, de.
All articled warranted pure and genuine.
nee. V, 147. U
CHEAP-CTIEAPER-CHEA PEST I
r jou wish to buy good and cheap Goode, tali
JACOI*I 4 SRO'S. STORE,
, near )(genie Rotel, in CRAMBERSBCRai ST.,
Gettysburg. They have the very best selection ot
goods, such am
CLOTHS, CASSIXERES, TWEEDS, IC.,
LAP market can produce, and are determined to
.en them ex cheap as call be sold anywhere lii
town or country. Any person whaling to have
them CUT, min have It done free of charge. Those
desiring goods MADE UP, can also be accommo
dated. We warrant the best work and the beet
Ms to be had an ywhere. No humbug In what we
We have an ha 2dthr very bed and mast durable
and are always ready to wait on customers. Full
satisfaction given In operating machine% Call
as examine. We warrant them to be the best
April 4, 188.'. Ll'
A NEW STOCK
1./ILL WATER GOODS,
AT J. C. ZOOM 4i ROOM, NEW OXFORD. PA.
Waeatinet Minified trona the =Fre ere
of illleld=ol==sbie ligra. under
THE LATE D rt ECLINE.
Oar snsists In pa of FRViCTI MOM
NOM tockco GOBOURGB, Delana• Calicoes,
Plaids, Bleached and Unbleached_ Muslims; •
lance assortment of Balmoral Skirts, Hoop
MICA I VIIIRN•nststing in part of Broad and
Beare-Cloths, Blitok and Fancy Cassimers, Osa.
Musts, Phan and Pae Flannels Under-shirts
and Drovers, BOOTS. tiFIOES, HA IR, and CAPS,
Driving and Bue-akin Gleam
A complete assortment of GROCERIES, at low
BARD-WARE, au as Tire Iron, Spring,
Meer , Snider end OW Wert, Home Moe Bar,
Nall Rod., Hammered Don, Nails, Spikes, ilium
ebr and Forks, Door Locks, Pad Locks, ',itches,
Illeges and Herewr,_Painte, Oils, Or. Putty, fa
CHINA AND QUEENIP-NVARE, by the rm.
Thankful for part patronage, we hope to merit
the same lil tine future. .
J. C. ZOUCK & SON
New Oxford, Nov. A, 1897. ly
WATCHES 1 WATCHES I !
is Israeli engaged to the Watch trade, and has
twat Married from New 't'ork with au unteandly
attractive saeortmeat. He caDaa Isiah kiuwains
as ~Loot fall to be aceeptahle to boyars. lIIs
morn embraces a lame ler of the
(`ELEBRATED "AMERICAN WATCalrie,"
tiOLD AND SITXFit,
-P. 8. KatMAL" Ws: EUery.” and “Applelan
with Watches of shoat all other make.
If you want CHEAP aad GOODPlfateli, all on
AlL ' t ids did =LIN&
dessb , Mod* as DIP* thittdmalt. " l l 4
40-11• emitlnded the (I=afotion and Cm
:scummy balmegior h
Jose %M. tf
NEW LIMIER YARD.
i g ir.,
underninned Us opened a LIIX/IFT. t
AID, on the Railroad, near Galan dk
Lie Kinss, slotinsan. and mins the
no givs hisivs mil. est is one
rt blot over odimid hors, an did inm s lessees aillard
any Use soolissi awing prod,. He bins
WHITS PINE PLANK, mat AND HALF
INCH BOAIM, rtooßmo,
PALINGS, &C., AC.,
is eoutantly caldtog to LL stock. Owns and
Oct. 211. 1801. tt
ozder to prove the emertiess made in feyor
of prorertmr et the ift
, tall sad at ler TOW PiCTIII. No
e r rolltial i nfatiaWrOitir ed
Q. J, SOK
GETrISBURG, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1868.
THE EMiT OF THE ATIAIIITIC OCEAN
The basin of the Atlantic Ocean is a
long trough separating the old world
from the new, and extending probably
from pole to pole. This ocean furrow
was probably scored into the solid crust
of our planet by the Almighty band,
that there the waters which he called
seas might be gathered together, so as to
let the dry land appear, and fit the earth
for the habitation of man.
P. J. TATE
NV E. CPS.
From the top of Chimborazo to the
bottom of the Atlantic, at the deepest
place yet reached by the,plummet In the
northern Atlantic, the distance in a ver
tiele line is ten miles. Could the waters
of the Atlantic be drawn, so as to expose
to view this great gash, which separates
continents and extends from the Arctic
to the Antarctic, it would present a
scene most rugged, grand and imposing.
The very ribs of the solid earth, with
the foundations of the sea, would be
brought to light, and we would have
presented to our view, in the empty cra
dle of the ocean, a thousand .fearful
wrecks, with that fearful array of dead
men's skulls, great anchors, heaps of
pearls and inestimable stones, which in
the poet's eye ho scattered in the bottom
of the sea, making it hideous with the
sights of ugly death.
The deepest part of the North Atlantic
is somewhere between the Bermudas and
the Grand Banks. The waters of the
Gulf of Mexico are held in a basin, about
a mile deep in the deepest part. There
is at the bottom of the sea between Cape
Race in New Foundland and Cape Clear
in Ireland, a remarkable itepple, which
is already known as the Telegraphic ,
THE MANAH4G Wosti4..:--The mana
ging woman is a pearl among women ;
she Is one of the prizes to the lottery of
life, and the man who draws her may
rejoice the balance of his days. The
managing woman can do anything; and
does everything well. Perceptive and
executive, of quick sight and steady
hand, she alii.ays knows exactly what is
wanting, and supplies the deficiency with
a tact and cleverness peculiar to herself.
She knows the capabilities of persons as
well us — things, for she has an infinite
knowledge of character. The managing
woman, if not always patient, is always
energetic, and can never he disappointed
into inaction. Though he has to teach
the same thing over again, and though
she finds her duties dense as boxwood,
and hands as inefficient as fishes' fins,
still she is never weary of her vocation
of arranging and ordering, and never less
than hopefult of a favorable result.
"READIAG.—What makes the differ
ence ? VAMP young people of the age of
ten to fifteen yews. are able to converse
intelligently on almost any subject,
while others are mum if you speak to
them of anytning but this *teat frivolous
matters. What makes the difference T
You might well ask, what makes the
difference In the appearance of the half
famished boy, that is kept on a scanty
supply of the meanest hire, and the one
who bas plenty of nourishing food. The
youth who can converse only on the
molt trilling subject, has starved his
WE, once had an acquaintance who
was forever pestering somebody with
conundrums. Indeed, his mind seemed
to settle upon no other topic, go where
be would—the everlasting "Why is,"
was ever the upperthost thought of his
day dreams or night slumbers. Going
Into a church of a Sunday, he took a seat
under the "droppings of the sactuary,"
and braced himself to•the task of listen
ing. He eat quietly for a time, and after,
a little, went off into the land of dreams.
Presently the minister had oocsalon to
utter the scriptural passage, "How are
the mighty fallen and to make It em
phatic, repeated the sentence in loud
and distinct tones. Whereupon the slum
barer opened his eyes, and Itioking up
inquiringly to the preacher replied in
the meekest possible, tone of voice, "I
give it up !"
A Farm, (loon WAY.—A clergyman
going to a miserly old lady to beg for a
worthy object, found himself refused on
the ground of poverty. Feigning him
self much interested In her story, he ex
pressed great surprise thereat, and said :
"I bad not thwenbt you in want;" and
thee taking out some money he said,
"here is something that will do for the
present purpose; when I call again I will
bring you more." The old lady was so
enraged that she gave him a good round
sem to show him that she did not mean
she was a pauper.
Ala Irishman who had left his native
country and sought an asylum In Amerj
ca because it was the land of liberty, was
attacked on We first arrival, in Decem
ber, by a furious mastiff He stooped to
pick up a stone to defend himself, but
the stone was frosen fast. "By my soul,"
says Pat, "what a swabs country, where
the doge are let loose and the stones tied
Tax moat Important bet ever made—
THE 111111 E.
Slip, you sup your skein, my sftly,
O'er my hands, slid wind, and wind,
All the while, with liftft pity,
Tangling, tangling, heart and mind;
Kitty! eyes upon the wool?
Nut on me, my beautiful!
Now You droop You rim completely,
Winding; whetter, dreamUle ;
Wherefore, wherefore, smile so sweeUy
On a thins that ten not see?
If you sow smile, smile this way!
I will beer It as I may.
And the rosebud fingers Sitting
Ehwittly about Ms eolarad hall!
Bow my heart beats time Indian sitting;
Still I try to bear It all;
Kitty, do you intone or cure
Ile my heart you're whirling there?
Raty, I am in a vision
All the world to mist doth die:
Only, loan altiXtrehml:
Little Wry lingers Sy;
Surely, if they lilt too near,
I shall oath and Mae them, dear!
Tangled! pout not, frown not, Kitty!
Though I gladly bear the pain ;
For your anger le so pretty;
St may magenta ala again.
There! 'tin well! Now, wind and wind
Tangling further heart and mind I
Now, 'tie done! the last thread lingers
Sadly front me slow to part ;
Can'st thou are that In rap fingers
I am holding up mg heart?
Wind and wind! / do not rare!
Smile or frown ! and I will bear !
Ah! eo fiat and quick you wind it,
Ino more can keep It mine; ,
lb you wonder that you find
Throbbing now, elm', clone to thine
Tangled, tangled are the twain;
Kbo,, king, kim them free again
AVVICS T lI IiAtIUM
1. Never try to skate in two dirk ,
tloni at once., This feat has been at
tempted by beginners, but never sue
eeeefelly. It always ends in sorrow.
' 2. Fat a few apples for refreshment
mike while skating, and be sure to throw
the cone on the ice, for fast skaters to
break their shins over. Fruit skaters are
your natural enemies anti should not be
allowed to enjoy themselves pesoeftilly.
8. Sit down occasionally, no matter
where—right in the way of the relit of
the party, if you want to. There is no
law to prevent a new beginner from -sit
ting down whenever he has an inclina
tion to do so.
4. When you meet &particularly hand
some young lady, try to skate on both
sides of her at once. This hi very pretty
and sure to create a sensation. It the
lady's big brother is in sl i ght it is well to
5. Skate over all the small boys at
once. Knock 'em down. It makes fun,
and—they like it.
6. If you skate Into a hole, take it
coolly. Think how you would feel If
the water was boiling hot.
7. If your skates are too slippery, buy
a new pair. Keep buying new pain till
you And a pair that are not sllppery.
A. In sitting down, do it gradually.
Don't be too sudden, you may break the
9. When you fall headlong, examine
the straps of your skates very carefully
before you get up. This will make
everybody think you fell heeause your
skates were loose. Beginners always do,
you. k now.
O. Wear a heavy overcoat or cloak till
you get thoroughly warmed up. and
then throw it offend let the wind cool
you. This will insure a fine cold that
will last you as long as you live.
We heard a pretty good story the other
day, where an honest-faced Hoosier went
Into a fancy store In Cincinnati, iu huut
of a situation. The proprietor was sitting
In the counting room, with his feet cleva
trd, contemplating life through the son
ening Influence of cigar smoke.
Our Hoosier friend addre...ed him an
"Do you want to hire auy man about
your establishment ?"
The clerk looked indifferently, but see
ing his customer, concluded to have a
little fun out of him, so he answered very
briskly, at the same time pulling out a
large and costly handkerohief, and wiping
his nose on it.
" Yes t alr ; what sort of a situation do
" Well, I'm not particular. I'm Mit of
work and almost anything will do for me
for a while."
"Yes, I can give you a situation, if It
will suit you."
" What is it? What's to he done, and
what do you give ?"
"Well, I want a hand to chew rags into
paper, and if you are willing to set in, you
may begin at once."
"Good as wheat! Hand over your rags."
"Here, take this handkerchief and com
mence with It."
The Hoosier saw the "sell," and quiet
ly putting the handkerchief into his pock
et, walked out, remarking;
• "When I get it chewed, stranger, I'll
fetch it hack." •
Tars is a good story of a citizen who
used to go home late slightly inebriated,
and take a lunch usually set out for him
by his considerate wife:
One night, beside the usual dish of
cabbage and pork, she left a wash-bowl
filled with caps in starch. The lamp
had long been extinguished when the
staggering sot returned home, and, by
mistake, when proCeeding to satisfy his
hunger, he stuck his fork into the
wrong dish. He worked away at his
gionthful of caps very patiently for some
time, but finally, being unable to masti
cate them, he sang out to his wife—
" Old woman, where did you get your
cabbages?—they are so darned stringy, I
can't chew them!"
"My gracious," replied the good lady,
"if the stupid feller ain't .eating up all
my caps that I put in starch over
FOOLING ABOVXD IN Tliß DANA.—A
traveler once arrived at a village inn af
ter a hard day's travel, but the landlord
said they were entirely full, and that it
Was utterly impossible to accommodate
him; that hie wife had to sleep on the
sofa and himself on the floor, but
he would see what his wife could do for
him. The good woman, on being ap
plied to, said there was a room - he might
occupy, provided he would agree to one
eondition, viz: to enter the room late in
the dark, and leave it early in the morn
ing, to prevent scandal, as the room was
double-bedded and occupied by a lady.
This he agreed to. About two o'clock
in the morning an awful noise was beard
In the house, and our friend, the travel
er, was heard tumbling heels over head
The landlord, on arriving at the spot,
inquired what the matter was.
The traveler ejaculated as soon as he
could speak :
"Oh Lord ! that woman's dead !"
"I know that," said the landlord, "but
how the d-1 did you find it out?"
Two Dutchmen lived elose together,
and they bad been fast friends, but they
fell out and hated each other like In
dians. One of them got sick and sent for
his neighbor, saying:
"Dans, gara going to die ; will you for
give me, and be friends 1"
"Yes, If you die, I will," said Hans,
"but if you gets well again, der old
grudge will stand good."
A CIENTLEMAN who wanted to make
a taking speech to a Sunday school,
thought he would adopt the colloquial
style, and this Is what happened:—
"Now, boys, what does a man want
when he goes a fishing"'
A shrill voice in the crowd went direct
ly to the point with :
" Wants a bite ! 4 '
The gentleman sat down.
TRUE ELOQUENCE.—An Athenian who
wanted eloquence, but was very brave,
when another had, in along and brilliant
speech, promised great affairs, got up
and said, "Men of Athens, all that he
has said, I will do."
"TEEN ocean speaks eloquentirand for
ever," sap! Bee Cher. "Yea," retorts Pren
tica , "and there le no nee telling it to dry
To give Waal" metilolike—throw phy.
do to the doge.
50TH YEAR,--NO, 17,
A ample contruet—making a foolish
—To feel for the noor—feel In your
Facts are stubborn thlnge—no are
How to wake your ogst last--make
your breeches tireL
-- A drop too much—dropping Into a
Wonder, if • pane in the itouneeh
ever gets smashed f
Wby aro mountains like fugitives
from Justice? Because they slope.
If time is money, money can't iutvo
much time, because it's on the go.
- A specimen of penmanship. A hog
of 350 pounds weight.
—When Is a vessel at sea earthen ware
When It becomes a pitcher.
—Jf flowers have a language, It is sup
posed they talk with to-lips.
A Connecticut joker was recently
fined t. 15 for playing ghost.
Why Is a lady's belt like a scaven
ger? Because it goes round and gathers
up the waist.
Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, it is said,
has received $15,000 from the sale of her
The Ohio river is nine hundred
miles in length, and hoe five hundred
steamers enrolled upon It.
New Orleans hairdressers advertise
a preparation for straightening the hair
of "Intelligent rotors."
"gonny, dear, you have a very dirty
face." "Can't help It, marm, dad's a
Napoleon has pulled down :2,000
houses in Paris, and put up R 7,000 better
The radical organ in New Orleans
asks whether the negro hasn't sense.
He sees, hears, feels, tastes and smelts.
If you let trouble sit upon your soul
like a hen upon her neat, you may ex
pect the hatching of a large brood.
A negress speaking of one of her
children whu ivas a lighter color than the
rest, said "I never could bear dat brat,
'cause he show dirt So easy."
The wretched man NOM had 'Mu
one to love—no one to earess," was ROM
for shortly after by an old maid. He is
The girl that wanted to kiss him for
his mother, concluded atter she got a
taste, that she would go it on her own
account hereafter. j .
The lira day a liple boy 'went to
school the teacher asked him if he could
spell. "Yes,eir." "Welt, bow do you
spell boy'" "Oh, just as other folks de."
—'Utah is becoming a manufacturing
region. Announcements arc made of
the erection of two woolen factories
A Massachusetts railroad has recent
ly built along its line several miles of
high board fence to prevent the drifting
of !mow upon its track In winter. '
The greatott activity now exists in
both political parties in New llampfthlre,
and eminent. speakers on both sides arc
soon to take the stump.
Prairie chickens are so plentiful in
lowa that it 1 , 1 deemed a waste of pow
der to "hoot abilem. They are easily
knocked down and captured by non
who use only sticks.
Any !whitlow iS more respectable
'than what is termed Mating. A young
man had better sell oysters by the quart
than hang around public resorts, mur
dering time anti his own reputation.
It costs fifty dollars as year to sub
scribe for the Moniteui, the official Jinn.-
nal of Hayti, a shut-weekly, and single
copies are two dollars ; but as the Ilayti
en currency is worth only about three
cents in gold to the dollar, the price is
not considered exorbitant.
The chap thut sung, "Oh, I should
like to marry," finally got married and
is repotted as having fully recovered.
He says he would be perfectly indiffer
ent about it now if he was only single.
• A linein one of Moore's songs reads
thus: "Our couch shall be roses bespang
led with dew." To which a sensible
girl replied: " 'Twould give me the
rheumatiz antis) It would you."
—A little girl happening to hear her
mother speak of going into half-mourn-
Ing, said : "Why are we going into
half-mourning, ma, are any of our rela
tions half dead?"
—ln California, Democrats who do
not subscribe and pay for their county
paper, are unceremoniously kicked but
of the ranks and forced to join the "Nig
A woman of fur was one of the sen
sations at Washington recently. She
was clad from top to Of. in American sa
ble, with a hood for a climax. out of
which peeped a pair of piercing black
—7n Paris, the most distinguished
fashion writer I. said to be an old:wo
man, who lives in an attic, smokes a
short pipe, wears a yellow bandana
around her head; and singe herself
A little three year old girl, on Wang
told that she was too little to have a muff,
asked indignantly : "Am I too little to
Wonder, It It's dangerous to walk
In the woods, when the trees and shoot
If the first stage of consumption boa
ooughing tit, wonder it the hat Wage
ain't a ooMn Ht, too?
,-- A California miner, who has barely
realised a living for eleven years, dog
out $16,000 in three days' work recently.
AN Exesamm.—As a well dressed
gentleman was passing through one of
our parks, a few days ago, puffing a
freshly lightly cigar, he was accosted by
a ragged urchin, who desired a light for
a well-chewed and burned "end." The
gentleman stopped, passed the cigar to
the boy, who Ugh ted the mile, and quiet
ly handing the latter to the gentleman,
made off with the good cigar. The slo
th* looked after the flagitive and his "so
lace," but "spoke 'lots word."
A LOVELY girl stepped into a More to
buy a pair of wits.
"How much are they ?"
" Why," said the gallant and impudent
clerk, lost in gazing on sparkling eyes
and ruby lips, "you may have them for
" Agreed," said the young lady, pock
eting the mite, while her eyes` spoke
daggers, "and as I see that you 'gtvt
credit here, charge it on your books, and
collect it the best way you can." And
so saying, she - hastily tripped out.
WHAT Wee the difference between Jo
en of Are end Nosh's ark ? One was
Maid of °deans, and the other was Wade
of gopher wood•
SHOCKING OUTRAGE. RY NMOILOHiIrq
SOUTH CABOWIA.—AbOIIt 11 o'clock . en
Friday night, five negroes came to the
store of Mr. M. A. Muldrow, in Darling.
ton Illstriet, and rapping up the clerk,
Mr. rt. Bugs, asked admittance. Mr.
Huge enquired who they were, and ree'el
ing the response that they were friends
come to trade with him, he opened the
door of the store. Four negroes, armed
with double-barreled shotguns, entered,
and placing their weapons in the corner
of the room, commenced examining
goods, remarking that they were In the
employ of the railroad, had jot been
paid off, and desired to make purchases
to the amount of ten dollars each.--
About fifty dollars worth of goods were
selected, when one of the number asked
Mr. Hugs if he could change a treasury
note of the denomination of one hun
dred dollars. The wife of Mr. Huge, who
was ip an adjoining room, heard the re
mark, and her suspicions being excited
by it, she went out of tho hack door to
the house of a gentleman named Wyud
ham, and requested film to cow to the
store, and in cue any trouble should oc
cur, Mrender Mr. Hugs what assistance
he could. Mr. Wyndham emptied, ta
king a gun with him, and us he reached
the store heard the report of a shot. Ho
threw open the door, and was immedi
ately- fired upon five timer by the ne
groes. He returned the fire, when they
rushed upon him and seised his gun,
and a scuffle ensued, during which he
managed to eflbet his escape, and, repair
ing to Mr. Muldrpw's house, reported
the condition of atfkirs. As soon as the
latter could dress and arm himself, ho
ran to the store, accompanied by Mr.
Wyndham. There all was quier, and
entering they found the shelves of the
store completely stripped, the money
desk robbed, and the clerk, Mr. Hugs, ly
ing dead on the Boor, a load of buck
shot having passed through his bead.
From this melancholly scene Messrs.
Muldrow and Wyndham Went to the
house of the latter, where they found
that Mr. Wyndham's fatherin-law had
been dangerously shot twice In the bead,
and his wife in three different places on
the person by the same party of flagmen.
MORE DIA ROLISM.-4 Lithe White
Girt Outraged by a Negro.—One of the
ruostanfamous outrages that ever occur
red in this (.16 - was perpetrated In Cher
ry alley very recently. A black fiend
named Charles Henry, who was In the
habit of visiting the house of James
Maloney, during the latter's imprison
ment for violation of the license law,
took advantage of his ahtener to violate
the person of his daughter, a little girl
between seven and eight years of age,
and communicate to her a most loath
some disease. According to the little
girl's statement before Mayor Edwards
yesterday afternoon, the black-sklnned
and black-hearted scoundrel' repeated
the monstrous crime on last Tuesday
night, having in the meantime silenoed
his victim by threats. The child's con
dition led to a suspicion that she had
been outraged, and upon being Interro
gated, she made developments whio'h
led to the negro's arrest. _After a hear
ing Mayor Edwards demanded two thou
sand dollars ball for Henry's appearance
at court, In default of which he was com
mitted to prison.—lftfth'sbwv l'atriet
Loan bell+ the pair, for the Republi
can party won't! Cries of distreekrme
from all parts of the country. Not only
the tiouthi - but all the States feel the
blight of Radical reconstruction. Our
cities are full of suffering men and wo- •
men, with no money, with no work, and
with seemly anything to eat. Too
proud to beg, many are forced to crime,
and our New York exchanges record
ninny ensue on trial with the plea of
"eitillty, to save my children from star
vation." Bard times do exist. They
have been creeping upon es gradually;
the Radical policy has been slowly and.
steadily lapping the blood of the nation
—destroying trade anti taxing the people
—and tollay the country is less prosper
OUB tba4 it w a year ago. Prosperity
and good tim nnot exist in the North ~/
side by ?side wl h a miserable, starving,(
unsettled Soot . A speedy reirefon of%
all the States Si the only path to good
Nearly thiti4 years have passed since
the war closed. In all that time the Re
publican party has been in power. Itit---_2
military reconstruction plan has been '
tried, and the result is what we have
just stated. It le' now time' for a
A New Quitierrost:—The committee on
elections will soon hive a novel contest
to cipisider, and one that will Involve
the question whether the government of
Utah, as administered by Brigham
Young, is republican In form. Mr. Mc-
Groarty, the candidate of the Gentiles,
has arrived her, epd is now preparing
evidence to subtrilt in contesting the
seat of Mr. Hooper, the sitting delegate
from Brigham's dominions, who was
elected by the saints. Mr. McGroarty
claims that the elections, as cofidneted
by the bishops of the Mormon church,-
who act as judges at the polls, are not on
ly unfair, hut wholly at variance with
the mode prescribed by United States
law. The evidence wit; set forth ail the
peculiarities of the administration of
civil affairs by these biqrmons.— Waik
inpum Express. .
- WHO Wum—Two Dutchmen once got
Into a dispute about the English lan
guage, each contending that be used it
the beet. They made a bat, at length,
of a barrel of lager and forty pounds
of Sweltaer cheese, and appointed sludge
to decide between them, and amoirding
ly they began
" Veil, Chan," said the -first, "did it
rain to-morrow ?"
" I shall tink it sash," said John.
Wasn't that judge In a quandary. ?
CONTKAZ/ZB.—People say they shell
peas when they unehell them ; that they
husk corn when they unhusk it; that
theydust the furniture when they undust
it, or take the duet from it; thatthey akin
a calf _when they nnakin it; and they
scale fishes when-they unecale them.
Many men say they are going to weed
their gardens, when their gardens am
weedy enough already.
A TALL, keen-eyed countryman 'Wk.
ed into the court room during the promos
of a trial. Stepping up to one of the
"ring," he requested that the prhionere
might be pointed out to him. The law
yer he accosted being somewhat of a wag;
pointed 'to the jury. The stranger sur
veyed them critically, wheh turning to
his intonner he remarked: "Well, 'they
are a hard looking set, ain't Cher t
know by their looks they ought to go to
the State's prison, every one of them !"
TANNlNG.—Ancoordhte to the mama Or
IMO, Wayne county prodooed more
leather than any . eonnty In the State.
The followitar are the figuree, In the
whole State $12,247,000.
Wain* ontutty $2,249,000; Phlladel
talk 5 1 ,2 9 5A00; Monica, SINUAI I IH_ ' B6o `
queb suns, $46,000; Lasse s Eli"