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• emi•l n liatt6fui iteittatitartHlMI Nrid
Orgeld:o4 l o..lett f O w a t o t o savig y e t •
e.ssiful farming. -The remark willappYy
to all portiONSlThilt itidtiftlif. except it
be to therwalltbboalWaNd 01.644% whore ,
ispd:fe Wmtft'siVetalttstrdrett dpltartrpel,
9040i0.. ',Yekete, etetde Oft OfliV", fip•'he?'
olitained4lractinisence for the a revitii,
crepe:, itniif hfgh.i4teedperio,
ducts: Agricultural idieinists',./W Well 45 i
Observing farniwritjatto given , Lt. as thew I
4014 'ttint„thri matufro Of nista' fed .
9it:111,04-40v.ef 1143, t 4 w arakilY
as'irreOb penned air manure from straw
fed animals! Taking Was granted 'that,
the ieetimate is apProatriaatel.Y.4.4.
- It* direkonsthat the tarntor übderof a
greewatitopr. which tiaabAntei 00.611 dell
niiintle,lotist in ItsVif„ly to the
fortitity of' tse:soll. if 'a
carer Ia worth, AveUnierr .fOr
ferfiliztag purrtfee its a ton of coalition.
yard manure made by azimuth fed on
straw Of timothy.pity, and vrith straw
litter htriefff illifddilkidila Urinal good
crop of clover might tie rated In value
about as follows: Two tons of stalks and
leavve,4itlirisfaa, wbecapi#erted to dry
hay, would be equal to at least four tons
of the greed i hritterial ; ,and half this
- amount in roots would be two tops more
—the whole, six tons, multiplied by five
to brifig It to the standard of common
manure, would show a heavy crop of
elbver to be worth thirtetons of ordinary
yard - manure.•
, This estimate may not
be strictly correct, and it cahoot always
be, as yard manure varies much In its
value according to age, amount of straw
or cornstalks used;and 'mode of heaping
or perserving.. But. le; the estimate be
varied so as to meet the differing circum
stances, and it will WIC! be seen that
clover possesses eminent advantages.—
The influence which the roots possess in
loosening and rendering mellow the
heavy soils in which they grow, Is one
of great Importance—assisting as it does
the diffu4lon orthe manure of the leaves
and stems through the soli in the process
of decay. Those who have been in the
practice of working heavy or clayed land,
can appreciate- the great difference be
tween the Condition of an inverted god
turned over like brick clay, wioin noth
ing but timothy or grass has grown upon
it, and another sod thoroughly loosened
and pulverized by the roots of clover,
which have everywhere penetrated
through it. The one is like clammy,
unleavened /,tread; the other like the
spongy texture iifge Well raised loaf. It
is in this way that clove; may exert a
beneficialiniluenee, either in the ordinary
processes of cultivation, or.fn favoring
the intermixture of eontnion manure
through - the sod, nearly a, great as it-i
'Estimating the value of a good clover
crop as equal to thirty, loads of yard ma
nure, cultivators may easily figure which
will he most economical in application, in
cluding the drawing and spreading.” On
bills, or on parts .01 large farms remote
from stables, the balance will be found to
be much in favor of thegroen crop. Every
thrifty farmer manufactures and saves
ail the yard manure which he can ; but
in common mixed husbandry it is instil- .
ncient of itself to keep up a high state of
fertility in all the fields. A rotaton corn
prising the frequent turning under. of
a growing crop, becomes absolutely es,
- - sential to a successful and profitable hus
bandry. Such a rotation will usually be
found moist7advantageous if the crop! ,
iv ploughed udder at two years of age.
'The plants will then have obtained full
size. It may be cut for hay the first
year, and if cured without becoming wet,,
will not only make 'an excellent nutri
tive feed for cattle and sheepThht the
- manure resulting, from this feeding, as
we have already remarked, will be of
high value. Since the introduction of
mowing machines, hay tedders, horse '
rakes and horse forks, there is little ne
celerity of allowing a' crop of clover to
- , become blackened and spoiled by rain.
eloverim generally too thinly seeded.
There is no expenditure more economi
cal than the purchase of an abundant
supply of clover seed. One peck per
acre is not too . much—we 'have found a
half bushel to yield an increase worth
much more than the additional cast of the
seed. But a heavy seeding alone will
not answer the purpose, unless the soil
Is in a proper couditiou.—Exchangc.
. Tunas brothers In Plymouth, Nags.,
own a canberry meadow of fifty acres,
from sixteen of which they picked last
year 1,960 bushels. They propose to de
vote the remainder of the land to the
same crop, and In good years expect to
harvest 6,000 bushels,
THE influence of food on the quality of
milk la very striking. A half srarved
cow not only yields but little milk, but
what it yields is miserably poor. On
the other hand, a liberal supply of food
rich in nitrogenous anti phosphatic ele
ments of nutrition tells directly on the
milk. Nothing, therefore, can be more
injurious than tu stint 'dairy cows In food.
Toots.—flow that the season Is ended,
overhaul linplements and vehicles.
Repair damages, and It new tools are
wanted, secure them, to be ready for
next year's operations. If these have ho
abiding place build a tool house without
delay, nud Illustrate the motto: 'A
place for every thing, and everything in
TOOK HOOT 26T tha WORD.—We Were
much amused at the following, told us
by a friend:
A well known citizen of Harriabarg
sold a very line horse, worth three hun
dred dollars, to a resident of 'Lancaster
county: The only drawback to:the home's
good qualities wa.4 that he could not be
held back, but would go tearing along at
a fearful rate, in !lotto of rinaftle-bits,
strung reins and muscular arms. While
in Harrisburg; the spirit of the horse had
been kept down somewhat by hard work,
but his liancaster_nwner, proud of his
fast nag, worked him little and fed him
well. A day or two since, hi company
with his-father, he took his horse out for
a drive.. Of course the horse pulled, and
' his owner pulled ; the owner's arms got
axed and he lost hlepattence. When be
I got home, tired and exhausted, he threw
the reins CO 111,1111 W Gerdian hostler, whom
he had lust engaged, saying, "I never
saw such a horse; take him out of the
shafts and kill him." The vest morning,
thinking he would try another drive, he
requested the homier to bring the new
horse to the door. Imagine his surprise,
when the German replied, "Vat: dat
home!. PY golly, I took him in de woods
and kilt him sbust as you ton. me."
Mat Radicals sell out. to Grant,
Who's good at talking horse;
And pe sells out to Stanton,
"Which the Radicals endorse ;.
- And now this pair of pretty birds
Aida civet' things rampant,
4,.; *lva the party ,fixad like Was
Who watt ,the elaphaut.
WHO is a bad house-keeper? 'MINA
FALL AND IV / INTER GOODS?
(kwW 7 igt r 4g,A,4N..
THEN UO TO THE 1 . 9:W SToHE or
E E ICY"' *" PATIO TT,
Do YOU WANT chintp and good Cloths
Chattltrterris. hat Inetaljeans, Cords
Vero6os, - Mitt., Suspender., Neck-ti., or any
thing el.« In the !gentlemen's wear line.?
Go to REBERT Q ELLIOTT'S.
Do YOU WANT cheap and go - tx ;1 1 Silica, All
cal for ica'
!fo to REBERT d ELLICYTTS.
DO YOU WANT cheap andg
Sheeting" Ticklngs b
qIIe.III.WFIM, Umbrellas: Winddar Shadtol, l l;
anything el.re of the kind!
Go to. lIESERT er. ELLIOTT'S.
DO YOU WANT cheap and good Furs!
You will find a splendid assort
ment • At RESENT & ELLIOTT'S,
Who are now selling Roods at prices that moat
aatonlah. To be convinced, nail and Pee for tour
Nov. 15, Pad. If ' -
HAY AND GRAIN
TE tand?rslaned would announce to the elll-
Lena of Adamacounty that they stlll carry on
'GRAIN AND HAY BUSINESS,
at the old stand, GRANITE NTATION, on the
Gettysburg Railroad. The are prepared to_pay
the highest prices for GRAIN AND HAY. They
keep all Muds of -
GROCERIES, SAL', GUANOS,
which they will sell at the smallest profits.
Give us a call and see for yourselves.
PHILIP HANN 4t. SiNS.
Dee. 35, Mr. ly
-711,1, 414 WINTZE
fw uow receiving a Large RUA: or
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
I call the attention of my customers and the
community to inyganre stock of lioods, which I
am now offering at lower rates than they have
been since the war, and at prices which cannot
fall to strike the purchaser as cheap. With every
facility for purchasing Goods at «slow figures as
any in file trade, I am also prepared to meet
competition in low prices from any and all
Prompt conformity to the lowest market prices
is my established rule.
Petersburg, (Y. 5.,) Oct. li,
OIEFAF FOR CASH!
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C.
' lite undersigned Das retared to Gettyeburg,and
opened' a new Store, on Baltirnire street, [text
door , 0 the Poet Office, and nearly opposite the
Court House, where he offers for sale, CHEAP
P chokes OR CASH, a large and choe assortment of
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, MOLASSES, SYR
UPS, SALT, &C., with FISH,,
NES, BRANDISH, GINE!, WHISKIES, RUMS,
and everything_ else in the line.
Alan, any qtuanidty ofNoticais, to salt any and
Recollect this Is the place to boy CHEAP FOR
OEO. ,F. KALBFLEISCH.
April 24, Mr,
NEW FIRM !
AVIN(t bought out toy former partner, and
been to the city and purchased
A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS,
I am now prepared to accommodated!' in volt
ty and price, I ,em determined
NOT TO B UNDERSOLD
in this or any other part of the ecouitry. "Quirk
wake an. short pronto," Ls my motto.
• My stock of (Mods conolata of
IL A RD- W ARE,"
EA R TEEN- WA RE,
ATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SII,OES.
In fact, everything kept In a FIRST-CLAFIR
MNINTRY SPORE. Clcane and see my stock.
Nocharge for 'Mowing Goo 4.
.1. B. TAtI6IIMBAUGH.
Hampton, Nov. 1, 1887. 4m
T7'7 7 ZMWTW F UI
FLOUR, 0.R...41N,, GROCERIES, &C.
do sed, payin adjoining the=
nouns, n Cradiale
hiest prices for
_WEE.4T, RYE, CORN OATH BUCK
WHEAT CLOI.. AND TIMOTHY
swims, ParvroEs, sc.
and Invite producers to give them a can before
They have oonnantlyon band for ado.
A LAR Srnps,GE RUPP** OF GROCERIER,
Molasses, ffees, Sugars, ~ with Galt,
Fish, Oils, Soa Co ps, Bacon and lard,
Sic. kin d s. best brands of FLOUR, wl l trilat
of all They 11/sewiss have
SEVERAL VALIJAIRX FERTILTZZEP,
Soluble Pacific Guano, linceles' Phosphate and
A A Mexican Guano.
Whilst-theys the highest market prices for
all they buy y sell at the lowest living proem.
They ask& of public patronage, remised to
glvetuttlefactiou In esker ogee.
WIC S . XIAMILWN.
Gettysburg, July I, MP.
Farmers, Attend to You Interests!
subscriber would inform We customers
TVid others, that he is stillmannificturing
clone kinds of castings and Machines, made to
order,-nn short notice, outline
- THRESHERS AND POWERS,
tfivii Glass of Powe4 M
HULLERS AND CLEANS , CORN EL
LERS AND SEPAILATO CORNFODDER
currEfts, STRAW AND HA\ CUTTERS;
such as Cast Ploughs, Barshear Ploughs, Sldeblll
and Corn Plough.; the
WIRE-SPRING HORSE RARE
the West Improvement; also Metal Screws for
Cider Pres See,
rbru,M14,7 41 ... riouf IYilltidsis else
FOR BALE.—A light Two:horie Wawa
one Wagon, gad a Spriaa new .
April 30, Int tf
On Baltinfore some, 'amnia the . .
01"71768V7610; PIM^ A
Every demerit:4ton of work executed In the
FHFEBT STYLE OF THE ART
June 4, 11116. It
to take in pan layman one nt' warn
tracts at doles Wotan Lead, loaned In
arldad t. Tbarhooda near Orman 'Varna
Rail &a, will and a pitYnbanar by en
ManMEW tar tnetha4 ill Inform
tbe OMR' ate( they Mai renT on the
• Ca in;Of-making ,Ousin:ess,
Jit All tiolo4 Mnnello+, and ti sat they now
hood p fair fosortmeet or
Tab*, !. collar qcpbod; . ( lA, ,Safe K, Sinks,
6.gandk, Inntkuinifi Bort gom, Malts,
elliftrent ki ;is eldiri
id Hu- (lrbi
tAr-A4, itrOtMADE I'OI , PINFI AND COY
- MADE TO ORDER.
All of whiten be tad-hed promptly, sl the
14' Nttatul, on dirou lb LI um re street, opposite
Litbsitirequner , Tiinuery. Imila-rah/Red Lav
ing had er yrAn: in the WM/MY,
natter thlutSelves nod, they eon make as good
Nee& me any ors, if net better. New begin
ners stsiethers 11111nd it to then advantage to
stud buy (rota us, se we 1.1 . V determined to
twit as low as possible to t.olt the time,
Dec. 20,11.47. dtu
NEW AND CHEAP CLOTHING
ST ACES OF THEM!
J. I_3_IiI24:ERILOFF corner of the Diamond and
I, l"York u r u ree . t li h y as i d t riet
t r i e v i e urimi r Lro c rn .n the . city
CLOTHING FOR SPRING A MUMMER WEAR
which he will ~ell at sneh pricer as cannot fall to
take them off very rapidly. Call and Judge for
yourselves. To look at the excellent material,
unexful cutting and neat and mitatantial sewing,
and then to get ids Ism prices—sailers cannot help
bat buy, when they bee It so much to their inter
et to [la 80.
• • ..
Ile ha:, L oat %, Pun t Vest of stylt, and tan
.111. S..k.k-tiow, Cm, al+, Li /1011 lind Papet
lo r+, Bru,lte., 1 'mob , :
flottkr, Ciltbmlllte, Pot ket K Ive.,Se
gArk, Sn,,tklng .. ud Ott v.1114'1011.1' c. 0., Pipet:, Sut
11.,elzs Watches, Jewelry, with a thousand and
one other articles, entirely les, numerous to de•
tail Ina newspaper ads ertlsetuent.
He asks the attention of the penile to his new
stork, confident that It wilt please—and ho one
rim or will tell cheaper. Don't turret the pinee—
corner of 'lurk street and tile DiElll/01311, Get
J..lf 'On 111217SKTIZIEOFF.
-Aprll WOW. tf
POSY:14;1111 OlkJihOull , tIIZIOII
WHO WISH TO IMPROVE.
T i g ITaleVfti=fienee,'W""thie the pub
at his old stand, on West street, Gettysburg, and
la ready at all tithes to accommodate thaw x aid
ing anything done In his line. lie it prepared to
furnish all kinds of work for building purpcsies,
I the best Material, and as neatly and cheaply
as It van .be done at any other eitahliahmeld in
_tile county. Experienced handsalways in recall
nem and work executed with promptness and
di lV l T'l l taukfUl for past favors, he hopes, by at.
tendon to business, to receive a liberal Share m
publiopatronage. W id. GHIUTZNI N.
• June 17, tuft. tf
TILPXI ETTYSBURG SKY-LIGHT GALLERY.
HE undersigned takes pleasure In announcing
to the citizens of Gettysburg and the public
generally that he hes remos etl from hLsold rooms
on West Middle street, to &Lannon, street, and
astray opposite the atore of Fauuestoek Brother.,
The morn he now ra euplea has been recently
tilted up expressly for his butting - 1, The Intation
in on admirable one, enabling bun to take pic
tures In all shades of weatner, oNI W3Ol
1102.• L1110(111/1.1Mi any where else.
of every size and feserlcltn - n;, executed In the
tlneet my' Particular attention gl,n to the
CARTE DE VihITE, and to copying A11121:0-
TYPES and DAGUERREOTYPES of cif...easd
trinndA. A 'lgo
THE GETTYSBURG (E3lB,
- - - - -
a new style of picture, which bas become very
popular with the pantie, not only for their beauty,
but for cheapness and eonvenlenre. SIXTEEN
for ONE LaiLDAR only. Also—THE PORED
LAIN PICTURE, which for their beauty and du
rability are unsurpassed.
We are prepared to tarry en the basin, ss In nil
its various branches, and hut Ing had considera
ble experience we run no risk In
GUARANTEEING PERFECT SATISFACTION
Our facilities fora full display of our skill are
unequalled by any other Gallery in toe manly,
and we would therefore Invite every one to call
NEW GMYSBURG SKY-LIGHT GALLERY.
Call and examine our Specimens and judge for
YOuraelves. lßK LEVI .311.`MPER.
H ENRY OVERDEER,
on'the ThU in Baltimore lit, Gettysburg.
hue made arrangements to get 11 . 01111 supplies eve
ry week from the city and is determined to sell
cheap. Ile invites all to give him a call. kilo
stock consist, of GROCERIES NOTIONS,
FLOUR, Corn Meal. Chopped F eed, Corn, (late,
/Leh, Bacon, Lard. Cheese, Crackers, Tobacco, be
p-rti and Snail, SI.DIAIi,-COFFEE, Teas, Syrup,
-Molaeses, Candles, Coal Oil, F'leh Oil. Tar, Best
Cider Vinegar. and a great. sartety 01 Notions,
Candi., die., Lc.
47-The Omit or Trade will be given for Country
Produce. each ea Flour, Corp, Milo, Butter, Eggs,
Potato., Rage, &e.
April 8, led 7. tf
Manhood: How Lot, How Hectored.
117 ST published, a new edition of
/Isp" Dr. Calverwellts Celebrated Essay
on the rusticates:et (without med I eine)
of Spermatorrtiam, or Seminal Weak
- • netts, Involuntary Sentinel Looms,
woolen*, Mental and Phymml Incapacity, Im
pediments to Marriage, etct also, Consumption,
Epilepsy, and Pita, induced by self-indulgence or
as,Price, In a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable essaY,
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' suc
cessful practice, that the alarming consequences
of self-abuse may be radically curs! without the
dangerous use 01 internal medicine or the appli
cation of the knife—poinUng out a mode of cure
at once simple, certain, pad egectual, by means
of which every sufferer, no matter what hie eon
. Rion may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri
vately, and radicetty.
This Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two
post stamps. Alec., Dr. Culverwellas "Marriage
Guide," price 23 oente- Address the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE Sk CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, P. O. Box ON.
Nov. 22, 1867. 3m
NOAH WALKER r& CO.,
165 AND 167 DALTIRORE STREET, ISAITISIORE,
TTEEP constantly on hand a lame and well so
n. sortA4 stock of-all kinds of goads at moderate
They supply orders for the finest to the lowest
priced articles, either ready made or made to
measure, to any patt of the country.
The keep also extensive stock of FUR
NISHiIICCI GOODS, em lmicing every article of
Gentlemen's Underevrear, Also, MILITARY
CLOTHS and every-variety of Military Trim-
MI, well am an assorted stock of READY
GM rri+BURG FORGE.
TE subaeribers respectfully Inform the public
that they have erected a Forge In connection
with their Steam Mill, and are now inanunictrlng
FORGED AND HAMMERED IRON,
Burn an Plongb, Homo-shoe and Bar Iron, and re
'tgcna"Veltillujeellnici to=ll th tfla a f,llll ) . " J4l e rl b t Vo r t:
to plett.e wilt) quadty, tlnnth and prno,
V. B.—The highest market price paid for
wrought and scrap iron. & & W.
Der, 17, ladd.
Barbara Fatter aid Rebecca I. Fink
gAVE started the Nll li nery and Mantua-ma
king trades, In Ctuunbersburg street, in the
rear of Fink's Store, and ihvitathe ladles of town
and reentry to give them a call. No eillbrt will
be spared to render satisfaction In every case.
Ptain Sewing and Stitching also done.
Gettysburg, Nov. t. 1087.
Great National Telegraphic
of•Yo'.o-4:( 0 0-1.41 , 1=Wknisito:
.iim. 809 mid 81; CUrsihad arted,
, re the !limit Cilleltes•gmlo is City
Part Of the Second and the whole of the Third
and Fourth Floors of
HAIM OF ItEPLIALIC BrILDISHS.
nearly op to the ConUnental Hotel.
The 'thgnol7ed end conducted Business
College In the city.
The OorpS of Teachers luts no superior.
Ednestfrin for the Cosa groom in the short
est poedbleittme consistent with the interests of
Send for Circular.
TAYLOR & SEARCH.
Oct. 25, HiST.
- 1 - I.4sT, NOTICE
-1„,64-- too. be. Mei at 40-1
i s fliat paid Use let or .
will be left in the hoods *ran orneer Aar all"'
ti°6 ' " h i ll" ' "Will° It Pin t aL
Oct. 11, 1867. tf
To All Moos it Ma Grooms!
BEAR IX MIXD
DUPHORN A HOFFILAN
.11.11, - r. again been to the cities .ad•boughht at
law prise. a full line of Good., and w Ili sell
MERIN6ES, 85 cts. to $1 25
ALPACAS, 60 eta. to $1 25
DELAINES, 20 cts. to A 1 10
PRINTS, beet, 127 cents
GINGRAAIS, 12 cents.
3ELTSLINS, 7 to 20 cents
CLOTHS, Si 2.5 to £lO
CASSIMERES, 75 cts, to M 50
BLANKETS, S 2 50 to $9 pair
SHAWLS, $1 25 to
FURS, all prices
HOODS, 60 cts. to $: 50
GLOVES, 10 ets. to $2 00
HOSIERY, 12.1 to 75 cts
Northwest Corner of Center Square,
4; EITYsEtt*RCI, P.t
Jan. 4, Ifw. It
Will allow interegt ort kpecial Dep. wlto,as follow a
6 per teat per aunnm Ibr I yew
Will eonvert 7-14) NOTII4 Into 1-20 BONDS, ng
tonal, free of charge.
CASH COMPOUND INTEREST NOTE'S and
Wlll also purehaskor sell ST r OCKS and BON DR
of every kind, free of charge as commission, and
will at all Cams pay the HIGHEST PRICE for
GOLD Itnd SILVER, and will, with plenanre
Dorm:mt. all buolne. promptly, nA heretofore,
pertaining ton Well regulated Bank
(;EO. ARNOLD, Camhier.
aetir'burg, Nay. 8, IM7
GOVERNMENT BONUS, of all kinds, MOOG HT
SEVEN-THIRTY BONWI converted Into FIVE
TVVE.'NTY ROND4 without. chdrge.
COMPOUND INI EREI3T NOTES C.tgIIED.
The HIGIIMT PREMIUM paid en GOLD and
STOCKS arid BONDS, .of all kinds, bought for
Persons without CHARGING (XIMMISSION.
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED
Inter..tt on SPECIAL DEPOSITS °dam:need 1 per
5 per Coat. for 1 year,
4 prr rent. for lllneontlrh
Progrengers can leave Baltimore In the Mall
Train lit.S.7lA.M' and arrive In (irttythurg at 12.40
P. M. Or leave Baltimore in the mast lime at 12.10
noon, and arrive in Gettysburg at 5.30 I' M. But
one change of cars by the first train, either way,
vis: at Hanover Junction. The fast line on the
Northern Central will not stop at any local sta
tions, except York, Rano, er J auction and Park
ton. Connections certain.
give us a call, It. 31cCURDY, Pres't.
aria we will give an Information Nov. 15,
3 prf (vol. for
. 3 month*.
Person', wighlag information in regard to 17.F1
Bonds, and Stocks of all kinds, are invited to
Z. EMORY BAIR.. Cashier.
Getty berg. Oct. 25, INQI. tf
Trlr undersigned has bought out his former
partner, Win. Ordnn, and no. enuthmes the
THE LIME-BURNING BUSINESS
himself—at the Gettysburg Lime Kilns, en the
corner of the Railroad and North Stratton Street.
Thankful for past patronage, he will endeavor to
deserve Its continuance, by prosecuting the bail
neon ea vigorously and on as large a scale es pat-
sible—always selling a good article and giving
good measure. Farmers and others may look
for the prompt filling of onlers.
Be abut math:men the
offering the most popular kinds. Housekeepers
and others should give him a call. Blacksmith
Coal oonstantly on hand.
Lime and Coal delivered anywhere In Oct-
Gettysburg, Nov. 15,1887. tt
TIN-WARE & STOVES
TIM LARGEST ASRORTMENT OF TIN- WA RE
IN THE 001:LNTY, AT
S. G. COOK'S,
Gbrmer Andrew Polley'eq) abionomeof
THE BEST COOKING STOVES IN mAkEzr,
among which are the
BARLEY SHEAF, he
Also, many other article* tot Kitchen use; which
will be said *slow at sir, Wier
plane in the county
NEW SADDLER SHOP.
A N thelll ity ß:l u timerear r eet. (
I„ )elotTe c t: d ie4, , P o t
• ozw.Leas, •
JunC 2 o/f►.
GO to T. Norris' for 70 Ckithlng.
MtTrAL FIRE IN4CR ANCE COMPANY.
INCORPORATIED, MAWR 19, 1351
Vine Prreldent--Kamuel 12. ituwell
Executive Comtult.rs--Itolivrt IcCutdy, An
drew fielutzelruen. Jricoh K
klanniten—ricorge swope, 11. A. Baehlex. r..
McCurdy, M. tieheiberxe,, s. It. Russ'll, E.
Faidindock, A. D. Buehler, R. Sim'reary,-
tviburg; Jacob King, Mrahan tunn•iiip; A.
Eeintkelmou, Wei. E. Miner , . Sew
W ic iped; B. IteudenivWe; A.
Pklng,Straben n W
Joholtord. !A nne - pre J ohn
Picking Emit Alrel T. Wright, Benders
lint, N. n Oxfold; Jan, H. Mar.
shall, Itamilt.mbon; John UnitniugMini Free ,
torn; John Hamm, ; VIII. Ito.. White,
cornice , ' 1.1 anted in its operations to
the count.i. .\.lains. It in. loon in operation
for morn thou 1. :.ear., and lu that period has
made but one anNes.tmait, having paid los by
fire during nun period amounting to b
nig of which hove been pool during the hoc two
yean. Any ma'am luring on lit , umure enn
apply to any of the to e maned Manager.; for
al-The Ez.x•utis e Commit tee meets at the of
fice of the contimu*, on the toot Wednetulay In
every month, ut 2 o ct,o k, P. 31.
The Grover & Baker.--The Best in DM
rpflEtiE Machines have become so well known
that little Deed be said by a ay of recomtnen•
dation. They have taken ate drat premlum.at
all the tate istate MAIN and ate universally ac
knowledged to be the 'IIEST In tore by all who
have tried them. The . 'denser d Raker Stitch"
and the . rihattle Stitch' are points that have
been attained by no other Machine. They are the
only machines that sew alai embroider a Ilk per
feet ion. Thane S111.111111.nn• pi.eullarly adapted
to Family u‘e. The are 11,01KViet., sew directly
from the spool without rem oiling, and are sim
ple In their construct lout. 'fiery are e a sy to man
age. and can be I.orked ht alutird any
E, Pry tauttly de,nlt urea one The vear labor,
then Pre, OW. 'reel /hay al, 1141,11 . 0. and do their
nark better Than tit be done by 11H11<1.
'1 he uralenkrme.l III" JIM 114.4•1111P11.111lied Aizeut
(or t he "be, e %1/I , hlll , trtabliAhed an Agen
cy lu Falrtlel.l. Adam. vomits', ‘‘ll. n. he Will
M Iwtc•ou hall , ' omppl... Pr:".nan wishing
to lmy will please ,1111 awl ex,tmlne for them-
fi - Needles and Thread will Alro he suppl,ied.
.1. S. W ITN EIWW, Agent,
Fairfield, Adams rountp, Pa
Ann. 27, 1. . tf
OW- NEW STOHE AND NEW GOOD`i
El Alt commenced Store-keeping at ![BEEN
in liamlnon towumhip, Adams eo.,
on the Hampton turnpike, anti would Miami the
public that he hum Jtot returned troM the city
mitts an excellent wa.ortment
DRY GOODR GROCERIES, HARD-WARE,
qUEE: , ;S-WARE CEDAR-WARE TIN
WARE, CANDIES, NOTIONs,
Tobacco., ac.—lndeeti, a full and complete
Una of flood., to hull the nee...4U. and tastes of
all His prices ure HA low am the very lowett—
Calicoes at 10 cent. and .11u.11n. at. 11 eeut., as
He feels that his goods and prices will he satis
factory to the public, and therefore invites a large
'than: of custom, trout near and far. Don t forget
the advice—the Green Ridge Store is the place to
get the full worth of, our money.
April 22, Pio7. ii
DR. L. J. GROVE'S
Magnetic Salve and Plaster.
. - .
.1. many Luousanda who are dolly using It.
testify to Ira magical virtue. in the early stage!. of
(bneumptunt, Cbugha, load Rheusuittorit, Afeurolgur,
Jaw and Tooth Ache, Weaknesa and the
Back, Bide and Aildneys, (boom Anotide Old
Bores, lkyaspeids, Fresh )Yaimea, Barn, Ih : nisea,
hore or Indamed Dredge, intrrted 2be A'ailr,
arm, Bunion; Cc.. de.
its myatertoud virtu., and the wonderful NITER
It hail performed, might be published; but the
discoverer la willing to rely on Its I otrlnale mer
lb', In order to Intrwbam It into et cry family In
Prepared only by the proprietor, 255 F.. Lombard
Street, Baltimore, and sold by A, D. BUBBLER,
Dr. IL lIORNER. and J. H. kV KNEY, Gettyaburg,
and by the merchants of the county.
REPERENCF.9 .- 11.1r1 Ctllp of P. Andrew
Sehlek, John Winebrenner, J. L. Schick.
Co Ifereliants eiLn get a supply by edlllng at J.
W I N ElittklN N ER'H at Wholexele
Aug. 5, ly
1 ,--, ol.k:v;r: , ir co NN 1:( TION-I.—)n tdil after
k. j Wednenda% , Not endr r idli, 1 , 47, Pasnen.“ r
Trains will leave and Arrive at Gettysburg, J.nd
snake eonnections, . inflows: 1
FIItST PASSENGER TRAIN will leave Getty--
burg at 0.15 A. M., With rutsgungern for York, liar
risburg, Philadelphia, Haiti more, and the North
and West, tent log of ilaia IV. r Junction without
change of earn, at 10.1; A. M., eonneetingwith the
Fast Line rkaith on the Northern Central r,ii
‘s ay, and urns ma at Baltimore at r , noon.
Also connecting with Mail Train front ltimore
north, arriving in llarrishurg at 1.00 P. 1. Arri
vingf/ at Gettimburg 12.40 P. M., with la ~sengern
from Ilarrishurg, Turk, Baltimore and Wash
SF.CON'D PASSF-NG ER TRAIN will 1 ve Get
tysburg at 1.40 P. M., arriving ut Fratio er June
t li,n at 3.10, and connecting w ith mall tmmlln South.
Arrive at Baltimore at 5.00 P. M. Arrive at Get
tynburg at 1.30 I'. M., with passenger. from Ph I la
delpalu, liarritiburg and tne North and Went,
and also with pannengern from ' Baltimore and
Washington by the fast line north, which leaven
Baltimore at 12.10 noon. .
ICE CREAM BALOO.V.
Trill: subscriber respectfully informs the citl
-1 'A.m.; of Gettysburg Novi trinity, teat he tuts
a Confectionary hiitablishment, one door east of
the Eagle Hotel, on CHAMBERSEURG STREET,
to which he would lovite their attentidu•
CANDIEI4. AND EVERY DEFICRIP
TION OF CONFECTIONS,
together with NUTS, ORANOEFI and an kinds of
FRUITS, always on hand.
airPARTIEI4, public and private, as well as
FAMILIES, will be furnished pranoldal with all kinds of
RER, ICE CREAM, or
oth CA erwisaj E/
and other R. RIIIR.IIKITR, form
houses, upon short notice.
Having spent a life-time at the boldness, he
flatters himself that he understands It, and that
he Is able to give entire satiefaetion.
Call and see hie Confectionary.
May Mt, lea tf
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
T HE GREAT FENIArLOERIEMEDISSLABrfics,
I have tested these Drops in my own practice,
over ten years, and do not hesitate to say, that
nothing Las yet been des eloped by medical re
search, that acts so powerfully, positively and
harmlessly, In M." of female irregularity, as
does this medicine. In all recent antes it never
fails, while thouwinds who have been long suffer
ers, are indebted to it for the boon in health
so powerful and positive, they are
perfectly harmless, and may be used at all times,
except whenspecially forbidden In theillrectlons.
They have been extensively employed by emi
nent physicians In France and England, SS Well
as in my own practice, over ten years, and I have
yet to hear of the first Instep .of failure. I could
give you testimonials of their eftlimey from all
over the northern and western Staten, were they
mot in their nature private. Over 1t1e,030 bottles
have been sold the poet year, and Iholes and
trust a.s many sufferers have been benefited. I
am well aware that a remedyso potent to remove
all obstrudtions, may be need for a bail purpose,
but trust that w here one bottle is thus used, ten
may fall Into the hands of really needy stiff. rers.
To all who suffer from nay irregularity ; pain
ful, difficult, excessive, otf , n , lye or obstructed
„Menstruatlou. L1X01T0.41., or the train of diseases
that follow, I would sal, , try a bottle of Pa. !.rev's
ra t i on!
FRENCH PERM ICA 1)110 Pi. Being ania prepa
ration, their action is more direct and positive
thou any pills or powders. Ex Mien direction*,
hearing my fac simile, accompany each bottle.
They may be obtained of nearly every druggist
In the country, or by enclosing the price tot'. G.
CLARK it Cl)., New Haven, Conn., General
Agents for the United Plates and timed. ,
DR. JOHN 1.. LYON,
New Haven, Coon,
air-Price SI 50 per bottle.
March M, 1841. cowl},
F OR a medlehie that will ears
TICKLING IN THE THROAT INFLUENZA,
as et:lick se
Coa's Cough Balsam!
OVER ONE MILIJON BOTTLES have been
gold and not a single instance of its tailitre known.
We have In one powmielon, any quantity of oer
iambs, some or Mein hem
who have need it in their practice, and given it
the pre-esninence over every other nornpukaild.
It doer not Dry Dp a Oyugh,
S G. COOK
bercorkibty Care nekton., on the Throat'
A half bottle has olio n completely lured the
most btabborto (bugle, and yet. though It Is rut sure
end speedy in its operation, it la perfectly harm
tree. owing purely vi actable. It lc. very agreeable
to the Mate, and may he administered to chit:
drenof any age.
In muses of &MOLT wowiil imarantee a cam it
Laken in aeiMent. No /untidy ahoesid be mahout ..1!
It is within the reach of all, it being the cheapest
and beat medicine extant. -
C. G. CLARK & CO., Proprietor*,
New Haven, tban
Mut& 95,1867 eawli
PORITASIVT on bind, an aroma at of rine
1j mums, PHOTOGRAPH De
Sad DeLit:•W_ • tOr groom from the 6.04141.
PHOTOAWRS or oor Generals and other Ala
tnirßaltott todtvidtuas at the Excelator Gallery.
J. li. HOWL
This d. serveally popnlar remedy,
having been hrehtiy Improved, is
ow °tiered to the t itttens of Ad-
THE onderslaped efers for see, We TOWN
SHIP 11.20DTPet Adarcia county, ter DE LONG'S
PATIVIT. which Li the CHEAPEST, entplairr
and 1111:Nr WAIMER that has yet been odered to
the pnbile. The Rights win be sold oa reasona-
ble term*. This k &tine opportunity for ener•
(tette men to make GOOD WAGISS manutno,
luring or selling tbese machines. A sample
machine will be tarnished any person who par
chases a Right, If desired, at coat. Call at the
store of Dophorn ft Hoffman. N. W. roe. Square,
where the machine* may be seen and tried
FRANK. D. DUPHORN.
Gettysburg, June 24, WC. tf
At NORRIS' STORE, Is the place to get
FALL & WINTER GOADS
CHEAP FOR CASH.
IF you want a cheap Oyer-coat,
° to MORRIS'.
IF you want a good cheapft at.
go to NORRIS%
IF you want a rod tivery-day go etxit .komus..
IF ) on want a good pair
0 . to IS'.
I F yon wont a good cheap"' • It% to NORRIS'.
IF you want a FASHlONAlll o r t . , A. z ' s p onms..
I_F yotti . eant a late Fall Style,
o p to NORRIS%
IF you want a good pair of Iton g t . :ff : S N il i im is..
IF you want a PASHIONABI.I-; o h t l o ligiVa .
I F you want a good French Cal g f o O t td o
. I c e . f junts,.
IF you want a good Umbrella,
I F you want good Paper Collet-Iran MORRIS'.
IF you want a faiihlonableit g g f, ::l;;t4iitii ths..
I F yonw dnt anything in the O gT t i l , i , iifily t t l iiig . n . e
IF you want a good SMOKE,
gn to NORRIS'.
1 . 1 , 12. i . z3 ; 11 want good HEAVY
Alco—A large stork of riVeaIMEREeI IN THE
PIECE. Pentane preferring the amain to Heady
made Clothing, can be accommodated at the low
est each price. THEO. C. NORRIS.
Oct. 11, 1517. tf
T t OILMS"
PERFU,II ER Y,
Fancy China and Bohemian Vases,
• TOTS, 4C., &C., &C.,
AT J. M. WARNER'S,
Opposite frahoestoelui' Store.
Gettysburg, Oct. &5, M.
FALL AND WINTER WEAR
at the Store of ,
A. SCOTT & SON
Their stock consists of
MERINOES, ell styles
DELAINES, all styles
CALICOES, alI Lyles
MUSLINS, all grades
CLOTHS A ND CASS THEBES
of all styles and quality
Persons wanting GOOD GOODS and
Should not fall to go to the Store of
Chambersburg street, 2:nd Square,
Getty ebutg, P.
Oct. 11, IBC
Haenow opened a Wipe mock of CLOTHR, CAS
RIMERER and READY-MADE CLOTHING,
mostly of his own manufacture, con feting of
all saes of
Hosiery, &c., &c., at prices to suit th , • trues.
Cull, examine and judge for yourselves.
Nov. 1,1887. tf .
WM. C. STALLSMITH & SON,
CARPENTZES AND CONTRACTORS,
Are prepared to de all kinds of Otrpentering
--contracting and erecting buildings of all
kinds, Repairing, ge. They keep constantly on
hand and saannhaddro to older,
DOORS, REO=2ll3, BURL*, BARR, DOOR
AND WINDOW FRAMES CORNICE.
DOOR • WINDOW BRAMCETS,
And any otber Article In the 31111111ns Line.
Seasoned material constantly on band, asps-
deuced workmen always bt readiness, and work
executed with dtgpatch
niiKtniere prOteptly attended to.
Sept. 90, 1887. tt
MS'RY WERTZ'S RESTATE.—Letters testa-
I:l6miAndy, bn the estate of Henry Wens,
to of Swab= township, Adams county Pa., de
ceased, bast* been granted to the unraWed,
redding tn the samelawnship, be hereby eke.
mmake YLaikper Indebted to sald White to
ake 3 m.me laYasent, and those having
Manna ossinot the same to Present them pro
perty authenticated for settlement.
Jan. /0, ttiO, ft Executer.
STOVES, TIN-WARE, QC,
Corner of Carlisle Street and the Railroad,
AN INLYNNEIE STOCK!
N order to
, re the public aomething like an
kadequate I ea of the inamenseatoek ol Lumber,
t*oal, stoves, In-ware, de., Sc., on hand and for
saleh.) the underaigned, at Ina establishment In
Curlinie street, EICTOMS the Railroad from the Pitit
toenger Station, hr would enumerate an far its the
Inuits of a newspaper advertisement will allow:
lloarda and Plank of every grade, from eulilnas
dl gq planed and unppinned , rite,rlno,,d,',l2,l;:rk;
shlngie Leaks, Planet, Pleketx, ready
made Door. and Kaki, BIM& and Sbuttera,—ln
find, everything inlet!, fur building purfaries. •
IN-TAE COAL LINE
I , lllantok In White Ash end Lukens' Valley fled
Ash, thew tyro varieties being Ole ported end heel.
Ihr alt dentoeUe netnews, Attu the etcy beet
13roatl-top and Allegheny !smith Coal
IN TIIE STOVE LINE
Waverly, NOLle Cook, Royal Cook, Barley Sheaf,
Orienta/ Stewart'. Cook, thmantenta4 EA - vendor,
Prince lioyul and the Emeriti,' Cooking Moses,
all for coal or wood. These varieties are A seleo•
lion from the heat and tuoat popular 000 king
Stove,. the market Pftordo, anti on' oil Wan - tinted
to give entire pottlantet on, Also, a 'en large
larlety of Parlor, Al .loon and Shop Closes , f o r
coal or wood, inelnding the celebrated Morning
Glory, the Volean, °sal Nieteor, Round leteor,
Dial, Violet, tietn, Regulator, !'mart. Fge, New
Keg, Parlor Mire Brick and Otto",
for CO.ii or M . 0.!, ,11w at r. oil 11.11141
IN THE THI-ARE LINE
The a.wortmont embraces ex erything iicees , t*"
for kitchen or 110u4.1101.1 put post hiding it
large number of convenient e t cheap art lilt rof
nen design which must Ix. nevn to be ulna - Mated.
The !shad: Is iko large and Nal led that [bone a ho
ha% e not visited the e‘talilishment have no eon
ception at its extent In addition to the or ,ii to .-
1, kitchen utensils, it 111 , 11.1.1 es Bathing be,
Toilet Chamber Sets, pinlb anti fans, Clammed
}lockets, Bread and NM, Bonen, Ten and
Paillmterr, t 0....( Boxes, tilOllN, rnnnnid.,
pro, itone., Wagers, Ale tltrriera, w,tier
(Metro., sin w t 'utter., Nurse I amts,Jellv
Pudding Muhl., Pate tit Nut iota hotter, t omit
l'uNes, Gen. (:runt Platen anti A It t' Plates Anti
thickets, F lour Sips en, Illul Cages, 'Tout Head.,
rod., Lanterns, Ranting .4pote., 1 loge
F orks, 'and/eintlelo, Candle Monk(., Copper lap-
IK•r+., Wrought-Iron Frying Pans, Smoothing
Irons, toot rferapt Coffer Boasters, Wattle
Irons, SnlitTers, Dinner and Anet (nicer
Egg Beaten., Intern, t• Piled Funnels, 00l Strain,
“1:00.-top F rule I %MI., l'rult Vans, sell
sealing Jar, Tin-wme Made to order,
repairliot promptly ntten.le I to, tint
IN TILL' HOLLOW-WARE LINE
Cast-iron Pots, of ery Srse and variety, for
'oses. Porcelain Kettle', for cooking and pre
aerving. Tin-Dual Kettle' tor ditto, l'nut.tron
Stew Pans, of oVor , size and varh•ty, Porcelain
and tinn...4 with n t lionaa oil and one other arti
cle, lian..4hle to enumerate in an ink...like
, Attention speelally directed to three valua
ble potent*. (or which he In agent, and about
whirl, there In no humbug, ns run he ott rated by
neuron who he% e them, viz: THE 1'NIVF:11-
SAL ru)rii Elt, s W Asti! Nri
MACHINE, and the celebrated I tAMu\U
The public are Invited to call and extuntne
goods god prices. [lv guarnnltos to nrll is I 1 - ;. •
tang In Ilk line nt exl4,4llng lost figures • roine
and to gratify 3 OW' corlo , ltv, If Soo do
not Wont to buy. NO 'ruul,l.• t 4, • 110 . 1 14.111,
July I. 1477
gills subscriber, have lust returned front the
j cttt. s Wit an Immense supply bf
RAItDWARE at GROCERIES
which they are offering at their old stand In Bal
timore street, at prism to mutt the thne,. (or
Mock oariatata In part of
SHOE FINDIN 90.H.711 NDI NGEI
CABINET MAS TOOLS,
ALL KING 3 OF !MN, dm.,
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
OILS, PAINTS, Ace., dt.c.
There is no article Included In the several de
partments mentioned above but what can be had
at this store. Every clam of Mechanics can be
accommodated here with tools and findings, and
Housekeepers can gal every article In their line.
(Jive us a call, as we are prepared to sell as low
for cash as any house oat of the city.
_ JOEL D. DANNER,
Gettysburg. May !6, DM. •
GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE.
Teas, Coffees, White Sugars of all kinds, and
limo] Sugars, cheap, prime new crop Orleans
Molasses, and all grades of Syrups IfIFNS MACK
EREL, best In market. All kinds of
wholesale and retsal, prime Wine, Brandy, Rye
Whiskey, etc., for medicinal End other purposes,
in any qtfantity.
/Erik Mahler's Herb Hitters, and the °Great
. Also, SPEEICEI GRAPE WINE.
WM. J. MARTIN,
Baltimore street, Gettysburg.
April 5,1867. tf
ift ; :i 1 Z( 0 : 4,1 : 011834 . 13 1
NO. 2 WERT MARKET ITTREET,
I OL'h, P. 4
PLkNOS @ CABINET ORGAVF, MMODEONS
MID ALL KINDS or
respectfully Inform the public that they . ;ire pm
pitred to furnish Pianos of the following /nom)
facture or of any other make that may le• pre
Al Lt, Bribe% &
Chfirkerbuy & Boa, Bradbury,
Kaaba & Son. Mile l Pion,
COITAGE, HAR.Moiiid AND BOUDOIR
ORGANS AND MELODEONS.
These instruments stand unrivalled by any
thing found in this country or In Europe, al. is
admitted by all Luipartlal Judges. The anon em
inent Pipe Organ Builders and Performers, the
laat to discover excellence in reed Tone, pro
nounced them vasty impeder to all other. he ex
ceedingly quick articulation and round Tone the
nonential feature in instruments of thin e lan..
We invite the severe scrutiny and criticism of all.
PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO.
Thhi late and most wonderful Invention oio
knoivledged by all leading artiste) will be found
only In the Eaten Instruments. In attempting
to describe the etteet of this stop, we ere at loss
for language. Its beauties cannot be written, but
must be heard to be appreciated. by this stop
an ordinary performer can produce an of bet
which requires a life time of practice for an artist
upon a violin. It entirely chimers the reed Tone,
giving the sympathetic sweetnese of the hn man
voice, making It so melodious and pure that it
never falls to enchant the lisuiner.
THE HARMONIC OROAN
for Churches, Public Halls and Parlors has a
powerful emb-Bass with Independent reeds, liar
atonic attachment and Vox Humana Tremolo,
and is believed to be the moat powerful reed or
gan mule, being nearly equal to a Pipe Organ of
three times the wet.
All Instruments warranted for dye years.
BANltlisupplied with instruments
and mimic at reasonable terms.
itirlnetructlona given both In Vocal and In
strumental Mune, at our morn, and at pupil" .
home*, either to Individuals °Telenet, en renen
Dec. 17 IS6a. tr
Great Conowago Mills.
10 000 BUSHEL"; OF
The undersigned, having remodeled and improv
ed We Mlles near New Cheater, Adams county,
AformerlY Called 'Walnut Grove," but now
Great tkinowasso Mills,") Is prepared to do all
kinds of work in his line with CIL usual dtspateh
Constantly on hand, for sale or exchange. the
very best qualities of Raper, Extra and thirdly
FLOUR, oleo Itye,'Oorta and Buckwheat Flour,
with every varlets , of Chop and otfit I ud t wheat.
Hosing ',SAW 'MILL attachol, hers prepared
bestowal! kinds& lumber, at the shortest notice.
A Farmer In need of lumber and floor, can put a
log upon his wagon, throw a few bushels of wheat
on the top, have the wheat exchanged for flour
and the log sawed, thus saving a double trip__
and all bemuse of the perfect machinery now em
ployed,in these mills,
the best ofworkmen, he will be able to
please everybody. Tbanklul for peat favors, he
hopes fora continuance of the same.
11. J. MYEIti.
New Chester, April 11, 111437. lye
PRINTS FOR PARA:FAS
TrzGraftonh Mineral Paint Co. are now mend
taring the Best, Cheapest and most Dina-
Paint in use; two costa well pot on, mixed
with core Linseed Oil, will last 10 or 15 yew"; • ; it
is of • light brown or beautiful chocolate color,
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab.
olive or cream to suit the taste of the consumer.
It is valuable for Rouses, Barns, Fences, Carriage
and Car-makers, Paths nod Wooden-ware, Agrl
cultural Implements Canal Boats, Vowels and
Shim' Bottoms, Canvas Metal and Stangle Roofs,
(It being Piro and Water proof) Floor 011 Clothe,
(one Manufacturer having twea sOeo bbi. the pact
Pear,/ and ins paint for any purpose unaurpaate
rid for durablllite, elasticity, and adhesiveness.
Price $6 per bbl.. of aOO lbs., which will supply a
farmer in years to come. Warranted In all
oases as above. Sand for a circular which gives
hell particulars. None genuine unless branded
in a trade Mark Grafton Mineral Paint. Address
234 Pearl Street, New York.
Sept. a; ISM dm
TREsabiaatbar will pay PINK DOLLARS par
CORD fro BLACK OAK BARK, delivered at.
his Tammy. Ciaagabarg•
Jane 18, INC
BA lIFP S
W . F. announce to farmer. awl dealer.
el I illterx that the following price. hat e !welt
aduPf 0,1 for the preoent opri nor *noon .-
11.1 rotra n9xr: Pi/OSP/f.l TR.
Prt via per 2,000 Iho.
BA UGH 3 ( BOX FaRTIMZER.
Price, Hf per 2,00011 rm, -
11.11'a If's (111 CA GO BLOOD
Prier, (50 per 1,000 the.
e l,: y
1. 1 i tr , w 1
t yx ,k ,i n m a l e e a n rt t r•t4l4 , -mark will Is
Mond upon hr nhorPiunnurev.
r ikp,DE MARK 1
Al ' A
Tile high e.tttnation In whielt tt tl ,11
held, /luring totirtot tt rn ra
phst, wet shall fully slogan" in We flaw, lt.ta -
Ing now the 1111111• control at Itio great rysouru,
of the rill , of titling °, for fornlshlng Annotonro
and Phosphate yielding material, ‘l. - --Itottes,
'ed F leak. .Pr., ..01111,1111
with oar works In I'll Itattelphht; the large...t tarn-
It hes tor htroitallog tontuno-s, nt the , tls.‘e
11.11.(4}1 a BONN, 11 1 110,101 Phits.
NOWYLI-WFOTERNFEHTII.I7.INfitv,„chk a ..
JOAN ItAlatlON Gen-1 Atli+, Now York.
alt.fitti F. W. KIRKE .1-'l'o,, 0 Ihutton.
For nll Informnflon rt,prting the oho N,
nuroi, addrelliN alt her ul lIIu
Jan. 21, 1.40,
Hanover Branch Railroad.
Tit \IN will len Honorer nt 9.21.1 \
'I., 11.1111 tor York. It Iltintot,
long, lota tlit• Ninth and IF3IIII or.
It the Junction ill In lo ‘. , ling
w lilt the I ...I lone 1/..• -Northrr n t
t Ratio ,11 111,h nrnls r. nt 11111i111.11` lit 1_..141
I'. In., nal 1.1.• with N0r111.141111.11
\ Veal f l / 1 1. 11 , 1411 ,4 1rt 1211 1 . . M.
train dolt 1111410, 1.1 111 11.50 I'.
11101141/NIT 1".111 or, 111 II NI 31.
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tin.ludisui•ilt Jita that tit h•ttl•
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with ti • ••• i.J
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11111 %, tor tho t I Int• tt
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1/eLID.I Y -PRESEXIW.
Dry Goods! Fancy Goods;
EWELTIV & SILVER \V Alt E.
.2,000,0fw ‘ll 1,. he sold for ONE
DOLLAR I. \CIL
1112 1111.0AD1VAI. NFAV IMIK
AGENT FOR It:Fitt/Pt:AN M kNur.4 - rt'itrits.
AIIIIIIIIIIO thin l urnunr,7ucwrol Ws. et 411.'it
hug Milts Ettgllalt mat kel, intro 11 , 0 11111111 i i•
Iy 01 DRY mat \ 1,11111,,,
till.tll.l to I html nuh ul.llll, i 11... to 1.• It trtd
t 1111% nlierilb A h I
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to their “rdlmir% tt ..tsta hn.i.n. ..ni
It 11 houl rsgurd in \
The folios mg 11.0 •1141,11.1 110. 111 . 1011/11
at m at
-Nome of t Itoarm x 111111 !het tu ttl-
Boor, Wolt, And buffalo Iloilo% from It li 00 t., 'moo
sotn.f rm., Nit,le, ermine or m 1014,2060 tl Pill 141
Ladles' Molt,. •• ... - li 00 to 10 IM.
Do. l'qtllttnt .. •• 491110 to 111 01
SID: And :satin Dry. Pont NIA 1^ 00 1,, 4 - , tot
ilt.rrtto tttol EKviltintt l'lttlity
Alotavett and fuptliti d.• 1:1100,1 ' 14. 1. , UOl
01 1., 1 , ) 10
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Sllk , I 1.11..1n• Neil, : 1 , 1 1., 6 0,
Sets Inn( t (111% and Collar'
(I ainf I illidollitdl,l lAllt II
lawn; p, doyen ( ti Oa to Pt lo
Ladlm( and Itentl' Cotton, W001..n
and SIN, 11(,-(•,(.11d halt Pt I
A 0,1111611,1 .1 02 to l 2
Guinn and tienta . Morino, Cotton,
I.toeti .11141 Cotton sl.(rtti and 1
(t. eat h 2 "Ai , To tl 1111
C,,d, V.vt and Pantaloon Path rnq ,
!ro a n
11, 1 . 1(44itta.r.., and Dot 3 40 II) 25 40
..n Wool. n Thrlie ( . 4dr r. 2(4 I'. (.;
\VII LI , All 1.11401
Wt nn ntl.l Unbleant,l.
11er ,•1.1 , 1 11 1., I,1 1••• .tanulr n • Silk 101 Nit rinn
Nut, n 111knlot, ,
1,1 n• n and Mum , WIN ••t.
IN•rintonal , ..; Sunpinnr Ilmot; f;111,,, %Mt
penrl. , 1111 ,, f11111 11U:0111 Er. :Wig
atml Nlw,lettl it , .% oh
F. l'n; 1 • 011:11/•; No6•aryl
• art e,44
ork .111,nn”.; tumilr
find Pan lipera (:Innlo•s,
WC II SIII,II rerelt, .d mplendttl u.alrt nwril 01
Gold nn.l Sliver 1100110 a t'nees for I tenta;
t 1111.41,1 for LULU..., together with I 'hal. et
°sere pattern and able.
t.-et, .1. J.,'PirV IP vorh•to ; Sleeve }lot -
fon , . ; Thimbles; Lock,•ts; Rlng4 of os
erV glint - fioid Penn, ille„
THE SIIVERWA RE DEPARTMENT 'QOM
Silver Dining and Ten I lotont, Ire Pltrit,,,
Sp..mt. hick... Ti, Cream Hlteht
sugarLlU 11.4.1«,1'ake litiskrot,
linAkrlx. Fruit niven, syrup Cupft,44nli ent, kw, -
monalex, Hie Rniven, Fish' hnis Muntahl and
Malt Simone, Nnpkrr Itlnorm,.£4g 111.'14., WI,.
Holden, I )ircl
All the ishoWe IL4I 01 art telex to be itold for ,±1
The expenses aro paid by the pale of Calkisins
or Cortlrlcatos earning mob article An the stork,
and lig value; these Certificates are en, lomet In
envelopes, mlxetl up and w - ild at
25 CENTs EA( FOR el—il FUR
Whatever lirtdelo to named In the Ci•rtitleal
ran he olitalnett at ONE 1 a iLLA
The artiele will be show It to the holder of 111.•
Certilleatt.,. and It will be ut hic option, whelbel
he pays the dollar and takes tie inlet. or ma.
In CLOP art.lel. gent I)} mail or exprvm are not
satisfactory, they eau be returned and the 111,-
ney will be refunded.
Every Certificate en tltlea the holder to poate ar
t lele of Aterllqg value, worth zuu4ll more
dollar. In proof or ala
D THIS °Fig* I3lt
You can have for any of our eertlncatcm and
tw, any of the following ern, les, 11l that If 3,111
are not plea.ed with the article or article,. nun' .I
on the certincale, 3 ou need not lona the n
you paid for it
One :diver plated three bottle (gator, band-
Some ather plated Butter Malt with plate and
(•ever, whopping liag, a 30 ph' tore Allot:IL
hound In velvet and gilt, act el Itte.peolis
Plated en white Metal, .41 double plated 1.0,10
mpoons or Forge, Pante pattern /Zny yard. crud
niered pair Jour! to Part, Kid
real Meer...lleum Pipe, or solid in 11101 1,1,11
During the four wears we hate been ag ents fir
European manufat turers, we have nreit'ed hun
dreds of commendatory notices from the
and letters from private individuals, expressing
the highest satisfaction with our Method ot do
ing business. We hate many of these testimo
nials with mimic and detest, printed In paruph-•
t form, and as we ham, no spas- for them In
this advertiettnent, we will send copies free to
henever desirral. we will send anion s by Ex
press. 0. D. so that the money tmed only ts,
paid ON DELIVERY OF TILE Ofirtlef •
We accept the entire responsibilitt of 12n0111
sent by ' , spree, Post Office Order, or Bank Omit.
We treat agents EVERYWHERE to whom a
liberal compensation will be pald, which can is.
learned Ott lippllcallon.
arTalto care to write your name and addro•s
Inn clear, distinct nand, wed addreee '
ARRANDALE dr roe.
liC Broadway, New York.
Post Office BUS, syts.
Dar. li , Istn.
A Lecture to Young Men.
0 2 Jii.oB.p.re,,P4PraTil:enintaa. 6". led
A ,eattire on the Nature, Treat
ment, and itadleal f'ure of Nominal
1A" al: no., or Spermatorrh.a, luduerd by Pals
klaf,,e; Imoluntary Eintlnt lons, Impotency,Ner
von.. Debility, and Ifhpodimenta to Marriage
gen,all> ; l'onatunption, Epilepay. and F Mot ;
\tenni I and Phylleal Ineannt Ity, etc.—lty Mb
tar J. cur.vf.ity,F:LL, N. U., Author of 11 ,
. •I,r , on Mu 11.," etc.
The world-renowned Author in this admirable
Leen; re, etc, rly proves, from I) ie ow LI eitterient I.
that the n,. fill consetiuenees of Seli-Abuse
be ono - quality removed without inedleine, and
without d.tej,croult surgical operations, troUltle,t,
instruniettLs, rings, or Martinis—pointing out a
mote of cure at Oiled oeirtain end oneetual,by
whit h every sufferer, no matter what the rad:-
Eton may be, may cure himself cheaply, private
ly, anti radically.
Tnis Lecture will profs aboon• to thousands
Sent, tattler seal, In a plain envelope, to any
addrisci, on receipt of 6 rents or two potitago
stamps. y Feld rek,ne the publishers!.
A Ito, DR. C LTLV EIiNV 124:3"Marriage On Ido;'
price 2.1 crate.
Addeo,. CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery New York, Post lace Box 45.1.
Nev. 2:l,lstet, lm
Wanted, a Good Man
N every town and eounty In the Colon. to PO-
I gage In the sale of a patented article, need In
every household, shop, ofhee, hotel, store and
public building, railroad met, steamboat', de.
Perfume already ongadedlue making immense
Y and the demand Mr the article never
ceases. our customers once obtained your In
come Is went and perpetual. Pull and satisfac
tory particulars sent to ail who may apply to J.
LEvrts7 No, tel Cedar street, New York, with
stamp. Box 1111.
Nov. W., Pen. din •
PRIME 1311INGI f* . e, th e
_ beet. lathe market, for
eaktatJA(X)B SHE.A.D(4I4 new Lumber Yard,
on theltallrord, adjoining the Lime Kline, Get
tyaborg. . --
Nov. :11. Isis, tf
- LAWRENCE D. DIETZ & CO, /
WHOLESALE DEALERS IA
HOBIERI 4 and
No. 31:18 Went Baltimore Pireet,
Betaken Howard k Liberty Htro , t..
May 7, I. ,' Baltimore, Md
hie rigairleiralr,l 6 a.=:TlPT•ami: . .:"
nra Mtn," on Manila Creek, in prepanat tc
0811:DrNO and !MYTH° °raven. klad at short
notice. He solleiWthe Adenines at the sehth
borhood and will,guarantee amiebetton. Give
him a call. 4.4740801.1 OJSGELL.
June 10,1867. 4
nu n go to lee Prints, Checks, GintaraVinallnps
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