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BY IL J. STABLE,
TEXIIT.-rWe DOI,TAIRN per annum M ssironee—
Two 1./oLt.,uis AND rirry Cl.\t' 11 not paid
In stayaruse. No oubocription disoonUnuerl,
unless at the option of the publisher, until all
1art.M14111 . 0.1 ore paid.
ADVIMTLIULI[INS4 Inserted at the usual rates.—
I,arge rnluction to tltoae wbo advertine by
Jou l'ataribt.. of Vr-ty dOsetiptlull—fl ullll the
hniallent label or clod to the Inrgola loutdbill
or porter—done with ,Itspatt , h, Ina Vforktnan-
II ke mannem, and of the lowest living rats.
()Frier. on Baltimore street, a few doom above
the Court-Honor, on <fie oppoalte aide, with
"Gettysburg (benpllerthßloe ' on Ltie balding.
Attorrdes, Physicians, dtc.
D. Me CON. 4 l'a If r,
.11•ToRM.:Yin AND COUNSEI,I,OIIs,
bIeCONAUtiIIY het a...elated JOHN M.
1./. ILAUTII, Lay., in the PraetiCl, Of tile I.w,
at bin °flier., one door went Of !Molitor'. Irma
Store, Chambershurg ntreet.
Special attention given to no tn, eolleetlonn and
nettletnont of ertatm Alt Dotal businesa and
claims to Peurtlotot, lloutsty, Nook Pay, and Hem
atscen ttiolrutt ttnltoti Ft:ttteti, at Alt timelq, promptly
and oirlelently attended to.
Land Warrautti loent,4l, awl choice FLLIIIIII for
sale to lowa rind oilier Wt.stion mown.
A TTORNEY AT LAW
Wllf promptly attend to all
'eel Imminent entrusted to Mai, Including the
proourlott or I'en.toto4 ltuuuty, liaek Pay, and all
other rialtos iwginthst the Putted Staten and State
Mitre to North-West eornerof Dianmond,Gkitty,
hunt, Penn a
April It, Par. it
J. C. NEELY,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Particular attention piaid t
c.i of Penalona, Bounty, and Rock pay
loe iu the S. E. co rn er of the IMainothi.
.horg. April 6, NM. tt .
EDWARD B. BUEHLER,
'crow.:Ey AT LAW,
V Will faithfully and prompt
attend to all imainpuit entrulited to him. He
erica the tlerrnan language. 017 lee at the same
plan:, In Knuth Bain:suss, ostreast, nicer Forney'a
sin:galore, mid nearly oppnalte Danner R Zieg
ler is More.
Get tyaburg, March 'M.
1)r. C. Ir. DENSON
1 1:114 3 1T1 . ZW
001.11 e, I )(TIT. at Ilk bongo, earner of lAttn.
tat ..tfOlet and 14011E01T alley, 111. r the hal/road.
t•Itt•II n i t fill to SI, In Dlonotes.
t tivstorvi 0, Nov. 8. 11,47.
Dr..l. W. C. IYFB.4L•N
A few doont Bola the
N corner a( Baltimore and !Bah tareeta. near
II witt eal,) (print, Cituren, tiettyabarg, Pa.
tt ',DI 1,, lair:.
i;,.. Jr. J. .31frel.Jr11E,
1)I I YSI('IAN, SUIIDPON -
AND A(C(.I • CHEUR,
ilavlng permanently local.' In New )xtbrdi, will
',metier hla prolvwdon In LII ILK branch., His
11 winlx and [III other. d.drtng him prnftwalonal
r....rvlvex aro requeated to call and consult him at
Id , 4,111 , e, h, Dawn er street.
D. D. S. PEPPER,
Imo liven( ht profennlon In nll Its hntnchea, and
r,speetfully Invite all pennonsUnileted
nnh an old ',totaling Ellse.onai to coil and Lop
I iii I. 1.41. tf
t tri e t'..l . 7 BERLIN, AD.
r. }lint ItV Strlet attention to hi , protesaiona
oullita hr limy merit 4 alt.tro of the public pa
April 2.1 4 124 If
Has his °Mee tpte,,loor wEad of the Ln
u rompp along]. iu Clusmhersitarg street, and opp•
C. Molter x Wave, where those 'visiting tt
has eon) Dett tad Operation perforated are respoet
aHly Invited to ran. ltr.vvav'trra • Dix Horner
idev. 11. L. itougher, Ite%. Prof. 11. Jaeobs
1h It., I'rof. NI. 1,. sto, t•r.
Gettysbung, April It, 13.
11ANOVER, YORK COUNTY PA
undersigned would respectfully Inform
1 Ids nu me roux Mends and thepubllegenenlY.
that ho his lettsed the Hotel in Hanover, neor the
Depot, tbrmerly kept by Mr. Jeremiah Kohler,
and x 111 'maze no etlort to eouduct It In a manner
that will false general satinfaet Lou. Ills table will
have the hoot the markets run afford—hie Cham
bers are spurious and comfortable—and lie has
laid In tor his lar n full stock of Ounce u Ines and
Ilsuors 'There to stabling for horses attlielted to
the Hotel. It will he ids constant endeavor to
render the fulled satisfaction to Ws guests, ma
king his house as nenra horn.. to them as passible.
Ile asks a share of the public patronage, deter
mimed its ho Is to dose'' e a large part of it. Re
member the Railroad House, near the Depot,
llwto er, Pa. A. P. 13.11.71JHER.
Oct. '2, 1.45, tf
NoRIC fiTREET, NEAR THR DIAMOND
ri l u E rn u t ° hie ' n igned erZol d rie m nit anirf.he public
:enerally, that he hoe purchased that long estab
lished and well known hotel, the "(Rohe inn,"
in York street, Gettysburg, and will opera no
effort to conduct It In a manner that will not de
tract from its
high reputation. kiln table
will have the best the market cent afford—kis
ellambers are spacious and carnfortable—and he
Mislaid in for his bur a full stock of wines and
liqors. There 111 large stabling attached to the
Hotel, which will be attended by attentiveost
lers, It will be Ms constant endeavor to render
the fullest satisfaction to his guests, making his
house no near a house to them as possible. he
asks a Ablate of the pall la's patronage determ In
ed an he to to des., e a large part of It. Remem
ber, the "Globe lids" Is in York street, but near
the Diamond, or Public Square.
April 1, ISM. tf
(11ANISFIRSBUR(.1 ST., GF.TrYMBITRG, PA,
mins le new Noose, fitted up in the moat ap
1, proved style. Its locution la plattawit, central
and t•onvetilent. Every arrangement tine been
finale for the accommodation until comfort of
guests. The Table will always have the best of the
market, and the Bar the beet of wines and liquors,
There la commodious Ktabling attached, with
an accommodating ostler alst u) A Clu halo!.
Thin Hotel is now open Mr the entertainment
of the publie, and ashore of patronage solicited.
No Mtn will be spared to render satisfaction.
Jan. 14, 1861. tf
AT J, M. WARNER'S
FFERN hie Bert:tees to the pablie. Bales Cried
n any pdrt of the count • a , •oamedeleallata.
In tne bualneet;
he fla [meet( that e will be able to render
ertUafaellon la all esteem. Poet oilier addresa,
Grvenite MA Adairia co., I.
Nov. 8,147. ly
PORT GRAPE WINE,
trinf by Manfredi 1/ Otogreparions for March or
Onnamonfen ~pop s.
Medina for Ladies and Weakly Persons
VINEYARDS, NEW JERSEY
Opeer's rill Grape Lae, Fear Tern Old.
ILEXjustly celebrated native wine Is made
tri the juke at the Oporto Grape, ?Maxi In
t country, Its Invaluable
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
ant unaurpapited by any other native Wine. Be.
Ins the pure Julep of the grape, produeed under
ALL- tipper's own perinatal superybdon, its purity
and genultienew are guaranod. The youngest
ebji4 may parasite of Its generous qualities, and
toeweak hatrafill may use It to advantage. It
I. twilleuhirtg be:midst' to the aged and &bill
tattd, and suited to the various aliments that af
flict thit weaker Pax. It is, In every reepea,
A WINE TO BE RALLIED Oh.
Invalids use lipeeris Port Grape Wine.
Females use Ppeer's Port Grape Wine.
Weakly_penseas fleas besieftt by Ka use.
erElpeees Winos in ifeepitabi ■are preferred to oUt
Paid by Draggles and Grocers.
BroadA. Spear's Vineyard, New Jersey. 011 See, 243
way. New York.
Lagoa lOC 1Y
The Wander of the Age I
EAalumpa lumen= CUMIN itur do at
a Wamena Onisej am - Stose. la
tante SWIM* be Gl444 Zrsfi l Zhie Myna
tile* on a mil, and me for yeasealves. Oni ll =
consists or Groceries, Notions, mid Fancy Glootha
Oar motto is sea quick, our aim to please.
sit-Protium taken In ersalianne ibrOoed. , Cosh
paid Mr Bacon end Butter. --.! -
Inibil/BICKB k WAILRY6IS
kept. 20. 1867. u
(F X " F
WIL ZVI HOUSE
et 1 1 / 1 1.1•11LIX
Itheme ta on sjileeet line between Mei
Menbeeen Clonlesi and Matinee, Ohlo Rodhoed
Dom, Mho been refitted end onatertehty a:-
ator theeguesta. convealenee'end the entertain-
, Waal= LAZDiI
kas amino via walergav LAT%
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BY H. J. STABLE.
P':UTTrW .n. 7:MI
THE BRICK WAREHOUSE
AT NMir OXFORD
mak: undersigned, at 11. Warehouse, In Neer
1 Oxford,_Adasue county, pays the highest pri
ces for WHEAT, Ry C ORN OATigg. PLOt
AND TIMOTHY SEE r.,
M, BUCKWHEAT, de.
Farmers now always rely upon finding the beat
market for their produce at the }trick Warehouse.
He also keeps eonotantly on hand, for sale, at
the lowest profit., alt kinds of GROCERIES,
HALT, Finn, COJANOI4 and oUger FERTILI
ZERS—EOAL, LUNIBER, de.
He runs a MARKET VAR to Baltimore tutee
a week, and buys Goods and other article+ for
peragans an ordering. The*: row! to !Revel:mon
fionge, IR North Howard htreet. A share of
W mule to pat
age solicited, and every effort
New Oxford. Nov. 1% NC. ly
A NEW STOCK
KILL 4. TrIXTER GOODS,
AT J. C. ZOUpK ItRON'R, XF.W OXFORD, PA.
WrEboveDint returned frtun w ttke city, w . e
THE LATE DECLINE.
Our Mock nonalata in part of .IdERS
NOF,SI, FRMVC/1 GOBOURGH, Delanen Calicoes,
Palda, Iflenehed and 'Cubleashed Muslin.; n
lar =raft m t of Daln..ra/. Skirts, Hoop
tik EN'SI WEAR, .nnisting In part of Broad and
Beaver Clothn, Mark and Pump ("madmen*, Vas
idnata, Plain nod Fancy FLanne2a, Under-shirt.;
and DreWera,llrnfrei,liiioES, /LASS, and CAPS.
1/riving and liurkak In Glove..
A oornplete asnortinent of ROM:RIES, at low
HARD-W.ARE, such an Tire Iron, Spring,
Shenr, and Poet Steel, Horne Shoe liar,
Hen Rod% Hammered Iron, Nulls, Splk., Shay
eln atoll Fork., Door LoeJr., Pad L.A., Lich.,
Mogen and serewe, Paints ((lie, G lane, Putty, de.
('I AND QUEENS-WARP, by the net.
Thankful for put patronage, we hope to merit
Ilse name In the future.
J. C. ZOUCK & SON
New Oxford, Novi, I. /y
NEW DRUG STORE,
IN NEW OXFORD.
TUE undersigned has opened a Drug (More In
Neve Oxford, Adams eounty, and respectfully
calls the attention of the palate to his Mock of
and a full assortment of DRUGS .
, in woola
complete stock 01 Goods genendly kept in a first
clawa Drug more. All of which have been pur
chased daring tile past two weeks, and will be
sold low. All the strtt elr fl formerly man ufaeturrd
at the old establishrtient in East Berlin mn be
had here. Understanding his business perfectly,
amd selecting his goods himself, be (sable to war
rant his Drugs pure and PM reprsented. The pub
lic are requested to give him a trial.
D. M. ILLLLER.
New Oxford, Dirty 6, /667. tf
i is . you with to buy good and Cheap Goode, cell
JACOBS & STORE,
near Myers's Hotel, In (IIIahfI3ERSIBMILG ST.,
Gettysburg. They have'the very Nat selection of
goods, suet as
CLOTHR„CANHIMERES, TWEEDS, &C.,
the market fun produce, and are determined to
Pell them am cheap as din be sold anywhere in
town or country. wishing to have
them CUT, can tiavcl i tlPree of charge. Thome
deptring goody 'MADE can *Om be accommo
dated. We warrant the last work and the best
IDA. to be had anywhere. No humbug in what R e
43 *0 have on hand the verYbeat and meet durable
and Arr ninnyn ready to wait on et...tomer., Full
sathdattion given In operating machine... Call
../111 0.... 1 110. We warrant them to be the beet
April - li, MO. tf
New Oxford, Adams county, Pa.
11E/3211 & BROTHER
AV E taken the Warehosuie recently ocea
n_ pled by D. Hoke.
They are now paying iIseHIGWEBTPRICES for
Constantly on 11and chafes selections or LUM
BER, cost. AND oituacaz.ca.
New Oxford, Nov.l, 14M. 3m
NEW COACH SHOPS:
YANTIS, ADAMS . CO.,
LITTLEST° W! , .7, P. 4
E take this method of informing the public
,T that vre have eatabilehed new Comb lihops
nt Littlaatown, where we ant prepared to manu
facture to order all kind. of BUGGaId, CAB
RIAOEi, BULKIFIi, dm. on the shOrtest notice
and moat accommodating terms. Our hands
have been procurest from Baltimore, and, am we
use none but choice material, we can put up
work to compete with any shop In the State.
Old work repaired and taken ipbangs for
Aug. 30, BBL tf
CARRIAGE- MAKING BUSINESS,
?rum untleretrned have regained th!Carriago ,
AT THEIR OLD FITA.ND,
In Mitt Middle Greet, Gettysburg,
where they are premed to put op work In the
nioet fashionable, entstesittal end superior man
ner. A lot of new nail aecoud•hand
C.AllitiAoEls, BUGGIES, &C., ON HAND,
which they will dispose of at the lowest prices;
and all omen will be supplied as promptly and
!satisfactorily as possible.
REPAIRING DONE WITH DESPATCH,
A large lot of new and - vitt!St on band
and for sale.
Thankful for the libeJal haretofore
enjoyed by them, they bolftgra : II! lid e I t4ntenirr 1
to deserve a large stoma in the haw°.
July 10, 1861.. tf
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
T ATE & CULP
are nos botkUng IL variety of
of the listed sad most approved sty Im,
and constructed of the best material, to which
they invite the attention of buyers. Having
built our mirk with great care sad of material
salectst with special reference to beauty of style
and dusetillity, we can confidently recommend
the work as unsurpassed by any, either in or out
of We Mice,
All we ask to in liwpootlon of oar work to con
vince theme in want of say kind of vehicle, that
thie Is We place to buy them.
REPAIRING IN EVERY BRANCH
done M short notice and est reasonable terms
Give us a call, at oar Factory, near tile comer
of Watddiagton and Chataberaborg streets, Get
March lA, IMIL tt
Alba W. %IPA
~ABHIONAH usarn, Northeset earner
1 . Dlea aL taadonext door to ileClellena Ho.
440011balhere he at tlmee
*wad ready 10111tebd w
OD bastneas a ln ll hte line.
Hoban alesexaellent amietarree and Will mean
eatladection. Ciavoktm AWL
THE subscriber, lasytua 247cre%blY re.Wred
_IL ids Ortd sad sem Rik =sem "'Yemen
arehn" am Mesh Omsk
evewed to do
e sad 81,111 , 11,N0 =d. as star&
pialoe. He solleits the petronxx me nebdi
t:Owed sat will gsersides tioe. else
kiss a di& GIEOBOK. CILNWELL.
Jude /0,18117. tf
A IFIRST-CLABB ?ARM
AT PRIVATE BAIE.
WITH as IN two mike . Vtriba on the Ef
ts t ..
n im e t. t Teajne reasonable.
WHlllik i . L 3
'4! 4 'r e U •
.o: Atadro so otos hum cbidlo(lipitrkar
OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY.
eublicrlber, intending to quilt/muting, wlll
I at Public Pale, at his reqdonce,,two miles
north-coat of fiettriburg, the Rarrishorg
road, au TILL IthDAY and FRIDAY, MARCH
6111. and BTH, la n, the lollowing PunginaLProsi
erty, to wit
3 HEAD OF WORE /10118113—all calculated
for either saddle or harness, one a mare heavy
with foal, 1 ritanlon 6 year* old--General Taylor
stock—Very gentle, and broken to work any
where; 2 colts, one 3 years old and our 2 years
old; 5 Whit Cows; 1 thorough bred Ayrshire
Bull JU mouths old—pedigree can be had on day
of sale, 1 half blood, 7 months old ; t Shorthorn,
4 years 014, 1 do., 2 months old , 3 Heifers, good
stuck; 3 Brood bows, Chester brood; 14 Shoats,
!ell Chester, le of Minn, est Sheep, Donfarald
,reed—most tliMn has Mg been selected from
the best stork in Virginia, In the fall of laild; 3
Wagons—A. Broad tread light four horse, 1 light. 2
horse, our Spring to., IC:art—broad tread , 1 Lillie
Just new, 1 Vatting-top Buggv, as good as
new, 1 ,Threshing Machine, with I 6 foot shaker
attached; 2 Harrisburg Fanning Mllb Reynold s
Patent; I Closer Iluller,Just new—Rehr* Patent
—the best in use; 1 ('hopping Mill—llear's Patent
—calculated to chop ell kinds of grain ; 2 Horse
Hay Forks; 3 Corn Crushers, for chopping corn
In ears, 3 Combined Iteaplng and Mowing Ma
chines, 2of them second hand ; 2 Mowers, Ohio
and Buckeye Patent.; 5 Sutkey torn Ploughs; 6
Wir,tooth Ray Rakes; 4 Drain Inas with Do
rton attachment, warrant. d to do good ork ;
sleigh ; 4 Plorighs, 2 Harrows, 1 Double Shovel
Plough, 1 &Ingle do., Corn f uttivator s Corn Cov
erer. 7 corn ,Illeilent—olle eidelllall.l (or gluier
horse or hand power, Ja, kserew, Fifth Chain,
Log Chain., 2 horse spreader, 2 1-horse do ,
and Trees, Halters, lkiw ('hams, Butt
Chains, lUN •Int Chat., Tr.‘ , 04,, reed g'rottglu.,
Moll Carriage, 1 sett liras y :springs —one
7 ply , the other 6, Mattocks, Pick, Broad-nc,,
Hand axe, Forks, Hake., Bags, Wagon Ofttitur
Box, Bone Dears, lireechbands, Front Gears,
Plough Gears, I set wheel Mule Dears, Cart hears,
I horse Harness, Firhilt. and Pedlars Fly Nets as
good as new, FIN P- horse Line, Plough Linea, Wa
gon Sudtlitt, Riding Bridles, a lot of Barrel.,
Boxes, ,tc., c,
...Mal to connnenoe at A o'clock, A.M., on
termsdays, when ettendanee will he (14 en and
inade known by V. ILLIA 31 WILILY..
Jonx SSA Auctioneer,
Tan. 17, Igaft.
VALL'A EILE PERMONAL PROPERTY
ON TUFADAY, the 3d day of MARCH next,
the subscriber, Intending to remove, will sell
at Public aisle, at his residence, In Butler town
ship, Adams county, one mile northeast of
Arendtsville, two mike weatof Middletown, end
near Stelnour a tannery, on the old .Sllll,ll/.1.-
burg road, the following Personal Property, vie:
/ st 1131, 1 011 W, 1 REIFEIt, 1 Itaccoon-boui
ng Dog, the hest In the county I threshing ma
chine, 1 sleigh and bells, cutting box, ploughs
and hernias, shovel ploughs, iirn forks, 2 sets
carriage harness, saddle and bri .o dle, collars and
blind bridles, 'miters, cow chains, double and
single-trees, log slain , forks, rakes, mattocks,
shovels, grain cradles, mowing Kyth 2 grind
stones; a lot of 000-huh oak plunk, locust and
chestnut posts, n lot of old Iron, d:c.: with Ms en
tire stock of liouseliold and Kitchen Furniture—
ell good—ouch as
2 itilltEltUisi, 7 ilkilaiTE.l.lki, 2 dining and 1
breakfact tabh s, sis of hairs, one ease-bot
torn, 6 rra king chairs, I corner cupboard, 2 sinks,
3 Nash stands, 1 'beat, carpeting, looking glaases,
cook stove and fixtures, 2 ten-plate stoves and
Ripe , large copper kettle, 2 mush do., I. iron
kettle, pots, pens, pot racks, queens-ware, tin
ware, crockery-ware, tubs, meat vessels, elder
barrels, with other undeles, too numeroin to
Salo to commomme nt II o'clock. A. M., on kaki
da), when lateudanee will he nu.l termn
kna,lo known by
&writ' llAnn", Auctioneer.
ON MONDAY, the 2tHisy of MARCH nest, the
subscriber, intending to discontinue farming,
will sell at Public:Rale, at his residence, near the
lialtimore turnpike, bait • mile east or Little. ,
to% n, Adams county, on tile farm of fir. E. F.
Short', the following \ aluuble Personal Property,
3 HEAD ( (d.'\(; WORK 11011.9F>,i, I
Yearling Colt, It head of Horned Untie, 7 of
them Mitch Cows, (lulls, one a Devon, and the
balance young s tock, 8 Shoats, 1 Four-horse
broad-tread Wagon, as good ss new, 1 The..,
horse Narrow-tread Wagon 2 pair Hay chrriages,
I laime Bed, 1 Stone lied, 'lost of Dung Bloods,
I Four-horse Sled, Feed Trough, I Jersey limp, r
and Mower, 1 Threshing Machine and Horse
Power, with double shaker, 1 Columbia Spring
Bake, I Drag Rake, I York Grain Drill, I Wm
hawing Mill, (Keller's manulasturej 1 Cutting
Box, 1 large Grindstone, 3 Hanalei, Ploughs,
Harrows, 2 large Cultivators, 2 shove I PI, ughs, 2
Corn F orbs, I large Land Roller, 2 unto Bree,
hnnds, 3 sets Front Gears, I net single Ilarruss,
Collars, Bridles, Wagon Saddle, Single and I k3u
ble-Mees, 2 Spreadens,2.Log Cluilov, seta of Butt
'traces, 2 sets of Breast Chains, Halter and Cow
Chains, Grain Cradle, Mowing Scythes Mattocks,
Shovels, Rakes, Forks, Mauls and Wedge,,, Axes,
ec.,.; 1 Cider Press and Fixtures, Tuns, Harrell,
Boxes, and many other articles, too numerous to
Also, One-half of Slaves of Wheat and 8 acres
°l ; °° l f il earns
Tof five dollars, cash on all
sums above five dollars, a credit of one year will
be given, the purchaser giving note with ap
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. Attend
F.LIAS A. ECICE,NRODE.
.I.tCol A te uctrineer.
Jan. 17, ME.
OF P1,;31230.N.A.L PROPERTY
NWEDNESDAY, the Silt day of MARCH
next, the sub :tri be,' intending Lt remove
rot, will sell nt Public flair, at his ratidence, in
titration township, Adam, county, four miles
north of Gettysburg and two miles south of Low
er's mill, near the Cordate road, the following
Personal Property, vii:
A NO. 1 PAIR F 111C - LES, 1 good Horge•, Rix
years old, 2 find-rate Mitch Cows,
_1 floe Heifer,
2 Shoats, I two-bone Wagon, 2 - No. 1 Trotting
Buggies, one with spread, 2 sleighs, 1 winnowing
mill, cutting box, hay ladders, 2 long ladder.,
doable ehovel plough, 2 Motile shovel plooghs,
corn fork, barrow, corn coverer, wheenvw,
2 sets breech bands, 2 vets front gears, 3 sets har
ness, two of them nearly new, S riding saddles,
collars and bridles, 2pair buggy lines, I pair
check lines, halt.ers and chainn, - log elmins, 2 sett
treats, breast chains, double and aingle-trees,
forks rakes, shot els, mattocks, 2 g. rain cradles,
mowing scythes, strings sleigh bells; hay by
the tun, flax In tlie bundle, die.; with household
and kitchen furniture, conalstirg i t part of
I COOK STOVE tJ FIXT 1 ten-plate
stove and pipe, 3 tables, a lot of chi; n, 2 rocking
,'Mira, burean, lounge, 5 bedsteads, corner cup•
beard, stand,2 chant, carpeting looking glasses,
et:inning wheel and reel, large iron kettle, pots
and puts, queons-ware, tin-ware, crockery
ware, churn, tubs, buckets, matt venni, barrels,
kg or 600 pounds of bacon and lard by the pound,
apple-butter by the crook, a lot of books and
nom lth a variety of other articles, too nu
'irien to mention.
Hale to commence at 9 o'clock, A. N., on paid
day, when attendance will be given nod terms
made known by
Jalelr HASP" Auctioneer.
Jan. 31, 1210. to
VALITABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Obl THVBFIDA-Y, the sth day of MARCH next,
ahe suisseriber, Intending to gull farming,
will sell at Public Bele, at Ws reelnenoe, in But
ler township, Adam, county, on the road leading
Mote Israel Bricker', mill to liender', church,
tanimileneouttr of Canto; RUM, ou Conowago
creme.,2lo. foßowinsnal Property, r.le.
2FA , ffinA - .11.1.11. pre Irettt foal, both young,
and will work any place, 1 Two-yearling Colt, 3
Mitch e9Wel, one (reel at the present time, I two
or three-home wagon, narrow treed, 1 rockaway
buggy, as as new, buggy harness, hay hid
den, wooddere, winnowing mill, cutting box
drag lake, 2 plocighs, 1 harrow, 1 single and 1
double shovel plough, cultivator, corn CON ever,
double end sintrees, three-homostmee, home
gears, each as ecchts.usids, front gears, collar's,
bridles, halters, lines, wagon atuldle, ea good as
new, cow chains, forks, rakes, I one-horse
spreader, grata cradle, scythes and anetha, bar
rels, meet Teasels, acme boom furniture, and a
fi rgt many other article's, too numerous to men
bale to continence at 9 o'clock A. M., on bald
day, when attendance will be given and terrus
made dawwn by
JOHN FlA3tnt, Auctioneer.
Jan. 31, INK ts•
ON 71104 DAY, the 3/1 of MARCif. neat, the
subecriben-intanding ntalL linatzwg, will
.11 at Public Sale, at his residence, two miles
north at UMW:own, Adana county, on the Hen
aughtown road, the following Personal Property,
i Imo) OF WORK HOUSES, Halle , t, riaing
two years, 4 Milch Cows, 2 Young a lot of
Shoat*, A Four-borne Wagon, 1 ee..bhnle
L air 'd is =k r' W al B ed, Hwy Carrlai p e e a r ,
and Mower, salf-aaasr, Buggy Nag. .3 riengue.
landtri, 2 above' plo4s,
Y roller, double and elnie-treea, Weed
era, 4 sets home gears, wagon meddle, halters and
cow chains, Pajr libernst aurae of Wheat
and &wore* of Rye in the ground.
COOK EITOVEand Ow, kitchen cupboard, and
a cadet, of other ihrtWa. 100 AUMOBBIII
A credit of 12 months will be given on all assets
above SA—under 15 cash. dale to ockrumenoe at
10 redo*, A. M., on said day, when attend/Ume
wµl be given by
JAMES W. STACEY.
JACOB KLOBX, Auctioneer.
Jan. 24 1810. te•
ing badness was dlenilvel PI the fist dew of
January Inst., by omega. Tbe books
of amounts and besteear tame
teen left tlas bandLof Itetwu E. ek e tlp,Wle . . 4 .
dub- szensorteell to AMU up the . fie
M l of Yeasts. owed at tbe Weeet=re *pm olloapneb.
cy Intetent MI persons In
terested ewe nonekei to canned settle. • . "
GEO. A. •EARDIBHAW.
11. i. BONDS. . •
V U.. First Salim's! Bask of Giallploolat
A4P and 74-84 11. ft. Xioada; also 7-30 sod
aliitiar. • • &Wei%
- 11111' ite"4l6lll
lel7ool3B.—Zrorria hi" At'
h l e elizr with a large saaartateriftg
Ind 11=1111110 them Imiss
MaTiSSURG, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1868.
OF Pnif3ONAL PROPERTY
OTHURSDAY, the sth day of . MARCH nest,
the subscriber Intending to discontlime
Ousting, will sell at Public Sale, at his residence,
on the Baltimore turnpike, a quarter of • mile
below lAttlestown, Adams county, the following
valuable Personal Property, via:
4 HEAD OF WOII.R. H0R91.13, (all young, and
two of them extra heavy set Brood Mares, both
Ith foal, 3 good Colts, (two of them 2 years oid,
and the other I year; .24 bead of Horned Cattle:
I Cows 11 Heifers, 4 Bulls, and 2 Fat Steers—one
of the Bulls . Durham and anothera DevOrgr
due animals, and very tame; 9 head of
!sheep, I Brood Sow and 2 /shoats, I Broad-tread
\V on, with bows and bed, 1 Narrow-trend Wag
m, !Spring Wagon, 1 Cart, 2 pair Hay Carriage.,
Wood Ladders, Stone Bed ; I good Reaper and
Mower, Threshing liachlue and Horse Power,
geared, with double shaker, as good as new,
Wire-tooth Bake, I York (train Drill, Corn-fod
der Cutter, Winnowing Mill, Cutting Box, I
tddreb.tono, 3 Harshest . Ploughs, 3 likkt2os,ll, 2
( ulth Mors, 3 Shot el Ploughs, .1 Corn Forks, 1
11ml-rate Lend Boller. Double and Single-trees, 3
Spreaders, 3 sets of lireechbands, 5 seta of Front
(,ears, ('art Gears, Cullum, Bridles, [Wagon Sad
dle, Lines, 2 Fifth Chains, 2 Log Chains, 3 pair
Butt Challis, S pair Breast Chains, Halter and
cow Chaltos, (train Cradles, Mattocks, Picks,
Shovels, Bakes Forks, with a great variety of
other firth:leg, too numerous to mention.
TEAMS:—AI I sums of five dollars, cash; on all
sums above live dollars, a credit of one year will
be given, the purchaser giving note with ap
Rale to comineoee at la o'clock:, A. 31,, when
attendon cc will be given by
'Aron Kr.i.mc, Auctioneer.
OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
moNpAy the ta day of MARCH next, the
J subscriber, to quit farming, win
sell at Public Hale, at his residence, In Franklin
township, Adana ctainly, ton one of Benjamin
Beordorffs f.rnig,)Otie - f , inrth of a mile from the
Hunterstown road, and the same distance from
the Ateradtaville road, the following valuable
Perri/mai Property, %la.:
3 HEAD OF WORK HORSES, I Two-year-old
Colt, I Yearling Colt, 0 Mulch Cows, (several to be
fresh by the time of tale,) 4 head of fine Steers, 1
Tao-)ear-ohl Bull, a beautiful animal, 4 Heifers,
1 bead of Sheep, 2 Shoats, I Three-inch-trend Wa
gon, as good as new, Wagon Bed, Feed Trough,
I Spring-tooth Rake, as good as new, 1 Patent
Huy Pitt her, with sixty feet of rope and fixtures,
1 first-rate Winnowing Mlll,Melntlre's manufac
ture, I Cutting Box, I Hay Mille, I pair Hay lad-
Iwo,. 1 long Ladder, 1... et Dung Hoards /sleigh,
1 Lime Sled, 2 long Ploughs 2 Single Shot el
Forks, 1 Corn hoverer, 1 Harrow,
Wheel-barrow, 2 sets Brerelibands, as good Its
new,l set Front Hears, I set Bump Harness, I set
Fly Nets, a Housings, 1 Wagon Whip, I agor,
Saddlo, I Riding S.oltile , Lines, Collars ~nd fid
dles, Halters and Chains, Cow Chains, log sod
Ilftlt Clsains, 2 seta Butt Traces,/ net Breast
chalu.s, Ikalble and Single-trees, 2 Spreaders,
ds keg Stieks, Dung Forks, Pll,ll Forks, Oats
Forks, Bakes, Shot eta, l'rowbar, !Mug Hook,
.Mattork, Shaving Horse, Grindstone, Grain Cra
dle, Clot erseetl mowing sc3 them, a lot of
bags, old iron, Se., a tot of Corn Ity the bushel.—
1 , TOVI: and Fixtures, tl bech.toathi., La
eider barn++, mat ses/...e15, Potatoes by the
hurtle!, and a vartety of other articles, too Hum
erebts to mention.
Also, Is ill tie offered, :Pi acres of Grain in the
Ground, st Well promises well.
tale to comment.° nt 10 o'clock, A. M., on Bald
when uttendunce 11'111 be given and tennis
made knov, n by
PETER D. MILLER.
JAnnn Mtont.rr, Auctioneer.
Jan. 24, 141/8.
OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY.
hi II at Publn SAW, at Waireakbanne, In Strebun
to. uship, Adana county, on the road leading
from Hun terstown to Gettysburg, one mile from
the former place, and four from the latter, the
folios, log Personal Property, viz :
4 HEAD OF VOL Nti WORK I.IOIISES, (1 a
there it RIM, 2 of them good lead horses, 1
Twn-3 tar old 4 Mitch Co.. (all 3 oung, sonic
will be Lech by time of sale,)Durham
two dents out, a ltepers, Dahlo Sheep, 1 large
Brood Sow, 1 Four-horse Narrow-tread
Wagon, as goal ma new, 1 Spring Wagon, Hay
Carrta,,,, Feed Trough, 1 Cam for one or t .0
liorstaZ:and }Lama., 1 good Carriage Spraid, 1
new Sleigh and Bells, 1 'UIIOIIIO Ream r, (Moors
make, as good an new,) 4 Ploughs, two of them
Booster Steel Ploughs, 2 Harrows, 2 Corn Forka,
.1 Double Shovel Ploughs, tl Iron, 1 wooden with
steel the, els,l 1 Single Shovel Plough, 1 Corn
Planter, (Itebert's patent,) Land Roller, I Wire
tooth Ha> Rake, I Drag Rake, I Gmln Fan, 1 Corn
Sheller 11 odder Grinder, 1 patent Hay Fork, 1
one loth and a half Rope, 113 feet long, 1 Univer
sal Hay and Feed Cutter, 1 Hay and Straw Cutter,
Two and Three-horse Double -trees, Single-trees,
1 pair Plough Wheels, Log Chitin, Cow Chains,
light ria and Chains Breeehbands and Cruppers,
Wagon Saddle, Side Saddle, 3 Blind Bridles,
Lead Bridler, 'titling Bridles, 4 pair Fly Nets, as
good ad new, 2 Plough Lines, 1 pair Cheek Linea,
4 Housings, Forks, Rakes, 2 Outs Forks, 1 Grain
Cradle, Mowing Scythes, Corn Choppers, and all
other kinds, of terming utensils not herein men
tioned, w lilt Household and Kitchien Euruiture,
2 CORNER CUPBOARDS, 1 Teh-plate Stove
and Pipe, Barrels, Must Vessels, 1!‘24., Buckets,
and a variety of other axticles, toosnumeroUs to
Bale to commence at 10 o'clock, A.. M., on Bald
day, when attendance be glvku and terms
made known by
JOHN G. bILBERT.
JOHN STALUMITS, AnCtiotieer.
Jan. 17, 18131. to
OF VALUABLE PERSONAVPROPERTY.
ON THURSDAY, the sth day of MARCH next,
ahe aubscritier, intending to quit farming,
a 111 sell at publie sale, at lg. residence, in Ham
iltonban township Adams county, adjoining
Fairfield, the following personal property, viz .
3 WORK MARES, (two of them with foal, and
the other ( years old this spring, well adapt
ed for middle and harness,) 2 three-year old, I
two-year old and I one-jeer old (kilts, 7 Mulch
Cows, 1 Bull, 3 bead of 1 (Jung Cattle, 6 Sheep, /
Brood Sow and 6 Shouts, I Broad-tread Four.
horse Wagon, 1 Heavy One-horse Wagon, Lime
lied, Slav Carriages, 1 Rockaway Buggy and Har
ness, 1 Sleigh and Bells, 1 Reaper and Mower,
(Improved Buckeye, nearly new) Grain Drill,
Wire-tooth Rake, Winnowing Mill, Cutting Box,
2 hat-shear Plough., 2 Harrows, 2 Double Shovel
Ploughs, I Single do., Corn Coverer, Single and
Double-trees, Triple-tree, Spreader., 2 sets of
Breechlanda, 3 sets of Front Gears, Collars and
Bridles, Wagon Saddle, Riding Saddle and Bri
dles, 21ionstngs, 1 Leather Fly Net, Halters and
Chains, Breast and Butt Chains, Log and Fifth
Chain., Cow Chains, Grain Cradle, Grain nov
el, Wliwillaarrow, Grindstone, Rakes, Forks,
Mattock, shovels, and other farming Hopi,
manta. Ala°, 1 Bateau, E Bedstead; 2 Table., 2
sets of good Chairs, 2 Rocking Chairs, 1 Clock, 1
Cook Store and Fixtures, / Parlor Mom i Shot
Gun, with many other &Wales too numerous to
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. A. Y., on said
day when attendance will be given and terms
made known by
JOSEPH M. CREAUF:R.
JACOB /EMMET, Auctioneer.
Feb. 21, 1000.
IZMairiethis at *tate Flats, the
tion of the Taneytort US=
roads. In thebaeceoM e.
house is = Wads
contains twelve Mina. ''sh ta ug,
never-failing Spring d arei•rata Lt the
laulenicut. and Acres of land ootn i Ved with
The broation hi a very plasma& it sad with
a little additional outlay this could be MOOS one
of the moat comfortable and desirable homes In
the borough or its vicLUILY. joirs nuip.
Nov. 15,1887. tf
JOHN C. ZOUCK, LAND AGENT,
New CIIMOWD, ADAXI3 COMM", PA..
Rae foe ale a number old/Kimble properties, to
whkh be sake the attention of those wishing to
P V:o l t3. I STORE STANDS for wale or 'rent,
With Mask of goods doing • good beldame, near
Railroad, situated In beautiful villages; good
chance for tenons wishing to engage In the boud,
nom Poiseedon given any time.
A LIMESTONE FARM of fe, acres, near Rail.
rosy brick house sod all necessary oit-buildings,
A LIM:AMORE FARM of aro scree, with Flour
and Saw Mill, house barn, and other out - buil d.
situated In Baltimore County, Md., la miles
A LIMESTONE FARM of 400 acreribriek home s
brick barn, in Baltimore county, Md., 17 miles
A LARGE FOUNDRY AND MACH/NE SHOP,
with Dwelling, althated in a county lest, near
Railroad and pew., Good chanoi [or doing all
kinds of work. AIM, several Town Lots will be
sold with the above property if desired.
A FARM OF 1011 AVE,m. In Adams bounty,
withcal star Moose, good mirk,
tura asd ratiroad.
r) ACRES, with goad Rouse, 'Barn, go.,
thpuerters of • mile Coto railroad station.
A Mimes eutr A u c s
FARM OF ta, on the Paribas tars
pike; under iroOa ORO my with • Urge Brack
Renee, Beak Bare, and other otatnip, all
. _ . . . .
A. LARGE FLOUR MILL, with SS sew" MUM:
The mill hae pelt of /dram, and all - machinery
lee donne merchant work. Best water power in,
A FARM OF HS ACRES near the Hanover
turnplke, on *hid:Cie Meted a oTVlouse, Barn,
d other n
FARM OF !NA good la
land, with' Lowe
Brian Mdse. Irtn"lad 2 t Homo=
IL L i ra liiZill — F4 Orford, re a =, roomy,
eon ant' for barium flood ehanat;
Also, a number of good MOusee sad Late for
sale Is New &rhea.
Peteeew *been& to buy Bali Iffalare, fa Well int
Nem irbo wish In rail. are nmeansiLlonien the
subacriber a calk* kis Mora 4Mo Onfurst.
• Mow 012001, •
Alitll-IdalrG , v - :
WM lave tivoll luso
co 9 = l".l°7lltell
Hoofla,nd's German Tonic.
TOIL ALL Dl3ll/1121C/I
THE LIVER, STOMACIL OR DRIES-
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of the pure Julius (or, am therm*
medically termed. Intros:0)ot Rana, Herta, and
Burks, waking a preparatloa. highly concentra
ted, and ,entlrely free from al.hotte admixtures at
BOOPIAND'S GERMAN TONIC
is• combination of all the ingredienta tithe
Bitters, with the purest quality ( Sumo Orus
Rum, Orange, &c., making one of the most pleas
ant end agreeable remedies tiler offered the
Those preferring a Medicine free from Alcohol
ic admixture, will use
ifoofiand's German Bitters.
Those who have no objection to the combina
tion of the Bittern, IM Stated, will use
Hooftand's German Tonic,
They are bdtb equally good, and contain the
same medical virtues, the choice between the
two being a mere matter of taste, the Tonic be
ing the moat palatable.
The atornach, from a variety of causes, such aa
Indigestion, D) apepela Nervous Debility, etc. 1a
very apt to have Its funetiou.s deranged. The
Liver, sympathizing as It does with the Mem:tech,
then heroine. affected, the manic of which la that
the patient sullen, Irvin several or more of the
following dlseenet •
CONSTIPATION FLATULENCE IN WARD
PI LEA, FFLLNEIS OF BLOOD To THE
HEAD, ACIDITY 01 , THE HruMACH,
Th l ,
F(.x iD FUL1....NE. , ,N Tit;
MToMACH, SOUR ERUCTATIONS,
s INKING OR FLUTTERING AT THE
PIT OF THE STOMACH,
OF TUE IlEA):),yvitEgD Oft DIFFI
CPLT BREATHING ~FLDTTFRING AT
THE HEART, CHOKING OR SUFFOCA
TING SENSATIONS WHEN IN A LYING
DININS OF VISION, DOTS OR
WEBS BF:FORE TILE SIGHT, DULL PAIN
IN THE HEAD, DEFICIENCY OF PERSPI
RATION, yELLONN - NaliS OF THE SKIN
AND ETD+, PAIN IN THE SIDE S HACK,
clinsT, LI Nls, ETC., Sr DEN
FLl:srigs OF' HEAT, BLIRN D
IN THE FLEI4.II, CONSTANT IN. ,
AUININGs OF EVIL AND GREAT
i)gpß . 4161.1 oP
The sufferer from these diseases should exer
cise the greatest caution in the selection of s
remedy fur his case, purchasing only that which
he Is assured from his ItIN eat lottions and Inqui
ries possesses true merit, is skillfully compound
ed, is free from injurious Ingredient., and ihas
established for ItseLf a repatation for the cure of
these diseases. In this oorumehon We would
submit those well-known remedies—
I:IOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
PREPARED BY Dlt. C. M. JACK__ BOY
PH /LADDILPHIA, PA
Twenty-two years since they were first Intro.
deiced into this country . from Germany, during
which time they have undoubtedly performed
more cures, and benefited suffering humanity to
a greater extent, than any other remedies known
to the public.
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous
Debility, Chronic Dlarrhaa, Disease of the Kid
neys, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered
Liver, Stomach, or Intestines.
Resulting from any Caul.r what, or; PRG6TRA
TlO!sf OF TUE SIIITEIM, illtinct.,l by Severs
I.tbor, Hardship+, x poaures, Fevers, die,
There Is nu medicine extant equal to these
1,131,11, in such sinew A tone and vigor la im
parted to the whole system, the appetite in
strengthened, food Is enjoyed, the stomach di
gests promptly, the Wood is purnlal, the oom•
plexion beCOMEIf sound and healthy , the yellow
tinge Is eradicated from the eyes, a bloom Is giv
en to the cheeks, and the weak and nere nun in
, alai Iwo nines a strong and health) being,
PERSONS 3UT-INCE/5 IN ELIE,
And feeling the baud of time weighing heavily
upon them, with nil it, attendant the will find
in the use of this lIITTEES, or the TONIC , an
elixir that will instil new life into the veins, re
store in a meagore the clam , and ardor of more
youthful day., build up their shrunken forma,
and give health and happiness to their remain
It Is a well-established fact that fully one-half
of the fernale portion of our population are sel
dom In the enjoyment of good health; or, to-use
their own expression, "neyer feel welt" They
are languid, devoid of all energy, extremely ner
vousand have no appetite.
To 'thin clam of persona the BITTERS, or the
TONIC, Ls especially recommended.
WEAR" AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of either of these
remedies. They will curs every cameo: ALARM}
31 - US, without fail.
Thousands of certificates Wive adennaulated In
the hands of the proprietors, but apses will allow
of the publiestirm of but few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of soca standing
that they man be believed.
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward,
Chief Juidloe of the Supreme Court-of Pa., wriwO;
•'I ilnd German Bitters' le a good
tonic, useful in diseases of the digestive organs,
and of great bench es of debility, aad
want of nervous action in the ay-atern. Yours
truly, GEO. W. WOODWARD."
Hon. James Thompson,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Apr 91, DWI
"I congider • Ifoottand's German Bitters' a rain
able methane In came of attacks of Indigestion or
Dynperala. I ran certify that from my expert
ence of it. Yount, with respect,
From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, D. D.,
Pastor of the Tenth DOOM Church, Philadelphia.
Dr. Jockam—Deer Air: I have been frequently
requested to connect my name with recommen-
Malone of different kinds of medicines, but re
garding the practice as out of my appropriate
=l7, I have In ell mum declined • but with
,roof In various instate:yes smepartionlerly
In my own family of the usefulness of Dr. Hoof
land'. Getman B itten, I depart for once from
my mns.l comae to exprees my (tall oonvietton
that, fir general rieteattef Oa edam mat emadat
ty./br /Auer amptafar, la aWe and voluaWe
so mum It. may fall • bet usual-
Mett l rtat, it will be very benedaal to those
who suffer from the above maim Your, very
respectfully, J. H. EMNN.
Eighth, below Goatee t.
From Rev. E. D. Fendall,
Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle, Philada.
I have derived decided benefit from the use of
Hootland's German Bitters, and feel it my privi
lege to recommend them m a moat valuable ton
ic, to all wl)o are suffering from general debility
or from 'Macaw* arising from derangement of
the liver. Yours truly, E. D. FENDALL.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeit
ed. Mee that the lignatere of C. M. JACKSON, DI
OD the wrapper Oaf eaoh bottle. AB ea/ma-aro
Principal °dire and Manufactory at the Ger
man sfedielne Store, No. tnl ARCH Street, Phil
C'HABLES Y. ET_LVS, Rropriegor,
Formerly C. M. S. &
Hootland's Gelpan .131tyrs, per bottle, - gl 00
WI dozen, - 600
Hoonand'a German Tonic, pnt uP In quart hut-
Um. St 60 per bottle,.or • baltdoaen Our AL
ggr - Do not forget to examine well the article
you boy, In order to get the mull:ie.
Jan. 17, Wt. ly
100.000 BUSHELS BRIAN WANTED.
NEW FMK. AT THE OLD WAREHOUBIL
' , Tint. E. BIDDLE & CO. woallialbeni the pub.
VV De that they have leased the Wirrrisaasit es
the earner of Straits's lart , e4 sad the Railroad, th
Gett3reburg, where they will carry on
THE GRAIN AND PRODUCE HIIELNESS,
ha ail its branohea The higheat priors will at
=Tkr Seeds br
,So i Osea t t kay and
Straw, Dried Frint, Nuts, Soap Mum, Shoe Ideni
and Sides, Sotetoen with OVIARILIXIS else ln the
country pr9dues Mae.
GROCEILIEI3,—On band, for Ba
r, MOLISINg, MZerxes =
_Sim QOAL4 k. 11=
011, Tar, din. F/Ing et all MOB ;
Rani ; Smoking and Clawirtng Tobsoroa.
They are ale/vanilla to eamWiettiwt rate Wl
eia M floor wit& the didelent Ueda otFeed.
Mao, Gro und Disater, with fluent* son other
arrillimes. DIAL. by the Mabel, inn or ear load.
They will ran a
LINE OF FRIIICLUT CAI/8
trews Clettyabiug to Baltbabeerrnee every week.
'They are prepared to cois±l47 Pzeiebt either way,
eparitity, sa 111111Weleli "They
Umd, tfilealsed. be the makinstia.pare:tismin the dty, and delivering the too& ptly 13%
Mars. Tbstr me ruble the Clat
lEtorta ior. H,o., LIS liceVticeriy: at
, Where win be rs•
weed &slimy time. nay te stlentioni
the public 14 their line aisa that they
will semen° dart to ell was soy
BIDDLE A NEVIIITIV
April 16, UM It
". 4 . 0 7: _ 0.9%12r a1 th• boalseue of
. • • ~ii e
, w avi , tit=lted
P. He I• • Ileetwed Ametteweee, . :".;' 3 b
Tax law ,
of the flatted States.
TIiEJLE'S NOTHIXG /MOT
There's nothing last. The tiniest dower
That grows within the darkest rode,
Though bat to s lc.' has still the power
The rarest perfume to exhale:
That perfume, borne on sephyr's wings,
May vhdt some tone sick one's bed,
And like the balm afikatioa briers.
'Twill rotor spiders roundler head.
There's nothing look The drop of dew,
That trembles In the rosebud's breast
Will *twig its home of ether blue,
And fait swan as pure and blest—
Perchance to revel In the spray,
Or moisten the dry parching sod,
Or mingle in the fountain's play,
Or sparkle in the bow of God•
There's nothing lost, The seed that's mat
By eatables heads upon the ground,
Will yet take root and may at last
A green and glorious tree be found ;
Beneath its shade some pilgrim may
Seek shelter from the heat of noon,
While In its bows the breezes play,
And song-birds sing their sweetest tune,
There's nothing hAt. The ,lightest tone,
Or ',Limper from a loved one's
May melt a heart of hardest stone,
And make the maddest heart rejoice,
And then, again, the careless uonl
Oar thought lees lips too often speak,
May touch a heart already atirred,
And cause that troubled heart to 'peak
There's nottalug lost. The faintest strain
Of hreathillilA from some dear one's lute,
/u memory's dream may come again,
Though m ery mournful string be mute.
The music of eome happier hour—
The harp that swells with love's own words,
May thrill the soul with deepest power,
When still the hands that swept Ito chords.
THE Hi:HAN EYE.—The language of
the eye is very hard to counterfeit. You
can read in the eyes of your companion,
while you walk, whetheryour argument
hits him, though his tongue will not
confess it. There Is a look by which a
man shows he isgoing to'say a thing and
a look when he has said it. Vain and
forgotten are all the offices of hospitality,
If there be no holiday in the eye. Row
many furtive invitations are avowed by
the eye, though dissembled by the lips.
A man comes away from a company ; he
has beard no important remark, but, if
In sympathy with the society, he Is cog
nizant of such a stream of life as has
been flowing to him through the eye.
There are eyes that give no more admis
sion Into them than blue berries, others
are liquid and deep wells that men might
fall into, and others are oppressive and
devouring, and take too mach notice.
There ire asking and assenting eyes, eyes
full of faith—some of good and some of
WITROUT AN ENEMY.--Heaven help
the man who imagines he can dodge en
emies by trying to please everybody. If
such even succeeded we should be glad
of it—not that we believe in a mategeing
through the world trying to find beams
to knock his head against, disputing ev
ery man's opinion, fighting and elbow
ing and crowding all who differ with
him. That, again, Is another extreme:‘
Other people have a right to their opin
ions; so have you. Don't fall into the
error of supposing that they will respect
you less for maintaining it, or respect
you more for turning your coat every
day to match the color of theirs. Wear
your own colors, in spite of wind and
weather, storm or sunshine. It costs
the vascilitating and irresolute ten times
the trouble to wind and shuffle and twist
that it does honest, manly independence
to stand its ground.
NATITRE UNCHAIMED.-151111 dies, but
nature is eternal. The seasons keep
their appointed time; day returns with
its golden splendor, and night with Its
eloquent mystery. The same stars
which lit the ghastly battle-field of Troy,
rough with the dead bodies of ancient
heroes—which shone on the marble
streets of imperial Rome, and on the sad
eyes of vigil-keepers in the living glow
of inspiration—the watch Ares of the an
gels which, through centuries of devas
tation and change, have still burned on
unceasingly—speak to us as they did to
Dante and Shakespear, and Milton, of
the divine glory, the omnipotence, the
everlasting beauty and love of God.
BEATTY.—Let me see a woman possess
ing the beauty of a meek and modest de
portment—of an eye that bespeaks Intel.
ligenee and purity within—of the lips
that speak no guile ; let me see in her a
kind, benevolent disposition, a heart that
can sympathize with distress, and I will
never ask for the beauty that dwells In
ruby lips, or the flowing tresses, or the
snowy hands, or the forty other et °sterns
upon which our poets have harped for so
many ages. These fade when touched
by the hand of time, but those ever-en
during qualities of the heart shall out
live their religion, and grow brighter
and fresher as the ages of eternity roll
Wre.tizi.m.—A bride who is willing to
commence housekeeping in the same
style in which her parents began.
Twenty fashionable young bulleA, A ,X,,
dare to tag seen wielding a (141WI:Uusb, or
darning their, brothers' Backings, if a
gentleman shoftlinatcpen to make an
Ten independent young ladles of "good
families'," who dare to wear their last
winter's bonnets to church on a line
Fifteen young ladies of sufficient age
to go into company, who dare confess
they ever made a loaf of bread or a pud
PEastvanastez.—lf you wish to do
good, do good ; if you wish to assist peo
ple, assist people. The only way to learn
to do a thing la to do It ; and that implies,
before you learn to do right, you will do
wrong—you will make blunders, you
will have failures; but persevere, and in
the end you will learn your lessons, and
many other lessons by the way.
As enterprising genius in Paris propo
ses to organi se a company to dig for
gold in the cemeteries. He maculates
that there are buried In Parts every day
more than one hundred and twenty-Ave
persons ; that at least ten have aurifer
ous jaws, and that In them ten there
may be ten auriferous teeth.
Prinz Berra—"Hy 'pinion Is," sidd a
phiberephioal old lady, of meth experi
ence and observation, "list any man as
dies upon washin' day, does it oat of
A Bv.auvxvuL duskier of a wealthy
Cincinnati merchant ran away with an
adventurer a few days Stet, sad return
s within 4 week, diaseeted, Wegreced,
daearted and vary . &listed.
A Carstcnis.—An' olil 4 7aosk." wanes
to know, water destrft booti
what must be its fearful etas on thi
&Mate linings of the stowlaek. 'Es s
afraid to try It.
60T11 YEAR.--NO. 21.
The Flab= Memerigar tells the follow
ing capital atol7,.as genuine and authen
Among the most enterprising. and ins
dasiriona merchants of Selma, Is oee
whom we will call Smith, principally tie
muse it Isn't his name, who is blessed
with a most exemplary wife in all re
spects save one—she is of rather ajealous
disposition. Mr. Smith has been of late
very much engrafted in his business, and
has aka consumed his evenings over
his ledger, Instead of in the booom of his
family as has been his custom for years.
In reply to the queries of Mrs. S. on the
subject, he would always say that he was
employed in his business. She did not
understand how business could take up
so much of his time and her suspicions
wet" aroused that all was not right. Vi
sions of hours spent by her husband in
othei female - isoolety than her own
haunted her mind, and she made an in
ward vow to watch and see for herself.
Soon after arriving at this' resolution,
a telegram arrived for her husband and
was sent to his oniee, which was closed,
Rohe had gone to his supper. The carri
er went to his house and delivered it to
his servant at the door. The gentleman
not having arrived, it was handed to his
wife, who with true feminine curiosity
read it. It was plain and short:
"Mori:row/Amy, flea —, 1887.
"Mr. Smith: Meet Gertrude to-night."
Here was a horrible oonfirmation of
her Worst fears. Controlling herself se
best she oould, she laid the dispatch by
his plate. He came in, read it, and said
he "would have to go to town after sup.
per, and might not be back till late ; she
need not sit up for him." He hurried
through his meal, took his hat, and
walked hurriedly down the street. Be
fore he had turned the corner his wife
was following him swiftly and noiseless
ly. He went straight on, she close be
hind, until he reached the wharf. After
an apparent inspection of the surround
ings, he stepped down the hill and took
a seat in the office of the Magnolia.
His wife took a position ,where she
could see him through the glass door,
and waited for a finale—which was ex
pected In the shape of a Gertrude whom
her faithless spouse was to meet. Time
dragged on wearily, and the lady became
drowsy and at last fell into a dose, from
which she was aroused by the shrill
whistle of an approaching steamer.—
Nearer and nearer she came, and as she
rounded to, the name "Gertrude," In
Inge, brightly painted letters, met the
view of the Jealous wife, and a stentorian
voice inquiring if Smith was on hand,
compleAd her awakening.
At a glance the position wee realized,
and the poor woman could have,orled
for vexation as she saw her husband
and another gentleman hurriedly trans
acting some business within a few feet
of her. At that moment a tipsy negro
came stumbling along, and seeing a wo
man's dress half„hidden among the bales
and boxes of merchandise, seized her,
exclaiming, "Come out of der, ole gal."
He 4 scream — of terror brought her hus
band to the scene, whose astonishment
may be imagined. She fell Into his
arms with a hysterical burst of sobs, and
The party returned home in a hack,
and somebody's head was on somebody's
bosom all the way. Since that time all
thatrimith has to do to avert a scolding
is to insinuate that he will "meet Ger
A Sitoxiwo DARKEY.—Mr. Robert E.
Wright, of Allentown, had In his employ
a half-grown black boy, who lately came
from the South. On Monday Mr.
Wright gave the boy a one-dollar bill,
with orders to purchase some material
for making a smoke in the smoke house.
The darkey started off*, and with all good
lntentoins he purchased twenty cigars
at live cents each. With these he re
turned home, and in obedience to his
master's instruction, as the boy thought,
without saying a word to any one, went
to the smoke house, and shutting him
self therein, commenced to smoke the
meat with the cigars. His lengthened
absence awakened surprise at the house,
and a member of the family went in
search, and on opening the smoke
house door, the darkey was found quiet
ly seated and puffing away at the eigh
teenth cigar in the dense smoke. As
the door opened, the obedient boy seeing
the smoke pass out, exclaimed : '3hut
up dat door dar. Don't you see the
smoke goern out ?" Di r. Wright (Ann II
dollar more for a similar trick.— .
UGLY MEN.—In the eastern part of
Ohio there resides A - Irian named Brown,
now a Justice-5f the Peace, and a very
sensibly-i6ra, but, by common cenoent,
Aptilliest individual In the West, being
4ong, gaunt, sallow and awry, with a
gall like a kangaroo. One day he was
hunting, and on one of the mountain
roads he met a man on foot and alone,
who was longer, gaunter, and more sal
low, by all odds, than himself. lie could
give the Squire fifty and beat him.
Without saying a word, Brown raised
his gun and deliberately leveled it at the
"For God's sake, don't shoot," shout
ed the man in alarm.
"Stranger," replied Brow; "I swore
ten years ago that If ever I met a man
uglier than I was I'd shoot him, and you
are the first one Iv'e seen."
The stranger, after taking a careful
survey of his rival, replied :
"Well, captain, if I look any worse
than you do, shoot ; I don't want to live
OLD Jim 0— wee an almiglriy mean
man, but when he joined the bhurch,
people thought it might make him liber
al, an one of the elders called on him for
s email contribution. Jim head him
patiently through and then responded;
"I'll tell you what lt is, brother if
I And my religion genuine lOM pay
brother D— a doling the nest time he
owned;; but VU be Wowed if Ville to
pay money for an article before I t know
We all right."
aitizmn Rigurrionstrm.—A citizen of
this county, a widower with one eon,
married an estimable lady as his second
wife. Years afterward his son, upon
ramekins man!' estate, fell in kw* with
and married this lady's • younger slater.
The resulting relationships are : the,
younger maws fatheFG alio his brother
in-lew„the iteigwar of the Non Is also the
nephew pf the tither, the fether'syoung
est Ohildien will, be„ the young mane
nephew an d s spit, the
young man's wife' .4 her stopmother4
sister, lowa Voter.
riuumare run MAO ?Rao Ilea Tau
Sergeant Bates, who is carrying the
Stars and Stripes through the South, un
armed and without money, is a bravo
Deaseuratie soldier. of Wisooasin, who
served with credit in the Federal army
during the war. Wearied with the
taunts of the Radicals of his native place.
who declared that the Southern people
were outlaws, and - that they would not
hesitate to take the life of any man, white
or black, suspected of Unionism, he de
clared that he, an ex-soldier, could march
through the South with the Union deg
exposed, without a cent in his pocket,
and not only escape bodily harm, but
receive hospitable treatment from the
people whom the Radicals so persistent
ly abused and misrepresented. A monied
Radical agreed to beta certain sum that be
would be killed, and agreed that, in that
event, he would pay the sum to the
"foolhardy young man's family." The
Sergeant commenced his Journey at
Vicksburg, and on the 17th arrived at
Montgomery, Alabama, having pawed
through Jackson, lifissiaelppl. Ho /sees
next to Milledgeville, Georgia thence
to Columbia, South Carolina; thence to
Raleigh, North Carolina; thence to Ric h
mond, and thence to Washingtoit, which
city he proposes to reach about the 4th
of July. So far he has received nothing
but kindness from the people along the
route—ln fact, upon his arrival at the
cities and towns the people turn out with
bands of music and escort him to Ulm
beet lintels, where he le made the guest
of the corporation. To these facts, how
ever, which show the amicable disposi
tion of the Southern people, the Radical
press and leaders steadfastly close their
eyes and ears. Their dupes are kept in
studied ignorance of Sergeant Bates and
his cordial and truly "loyal" receptions
by the downtrodden people of the email.
Such facts show the enormity of giving
the Southern States over to the negroes,
and hence they are universally ignored,
or, if alluded to at all, 4 only with sneers.
A NEGRO PRAYER MERIT EVE— Istrolled
Into a colored meeting yesterday (Sun
day) held in a large building near the
hotel at which I tarry. The build
ing waa filled to its utmost capactly,and
a darker scene I hever beheld.
Ihad often heard of the eccentric char
acter of the negro meetings South, and I
will confess that curiosity was my pre : -1
veiling motive in attending. As I en
tered, the preacher, Who had not yet
reached the highest pitch of voice, was
drawing tears from the eyes of his hear
ere by narrating how the wicked Jews
"pulled de her" of Jesus in taking him
from the judgment hall. As the speaker
warmed with the subject, the shouting,
groaning and yelling became terrific,
and when his voice finally reached the
highest pitch, the scene became one
which I shall never forget, and can but
poorly describe. One after another
sprang up, writhing and twisting their
bodies into all kinds of contortions, some
ist a single bound throwing themselves
over two or three seats, some spinning
around like a top, while one girl was in
the aisle Imitating, with exact precision,
though unconsciously, the rqdtlons of a
toy called "Dancing Jack." Not nem
quently some would lie down and roil•
the entire length of the aisle. One stal
wart negro was so violent in his demon
strations that Ave or six men were com
pelled to icy him upon a bench sad held
As the speaker lowered his voice, the
audience became more quiet, till order
again prevailed. These physical eating.
Elope I am compelled to believe are in.
voluntary, and result. from their exciter.
ble nature. It is not what the preacher
says in many instancee, but the way he
says it, that causes_ this wild excitement.
A more empty, seneelese, unmeaning ha,
rangue, I never beard than the minister's
sermon. I like Aunt Judy's idea of
"boll-rin" In meeting; she says : "'Taint
de rate grace; honey ; 'taint de sure glo
ry. You holler too loud. When you gib
de dove in your heart and de Lamb on
your bosom, feel as if you woo in
dat stable at Bethl'em, and de blessed
Virgin had lent you de sleeptu' baby to
hold."—Cor. Erie Republican.
TROTTING HOME SOLD HT MR POIDID.
—The celebrated trottingstallion Ilashaw
Jr, who has a record throughout the
West as a "tooter and stager," wee pur
chased by A. P. Fawcett, the forgoer
owner of Dexter, in Chicago, a Mr days
since. It is stated by a Chicago paper
that Mr. Fawcett requested Mr. David
Kelley, the owner of the horse, to name
his price, when the latter replied Joan
lady that he would sell him for fourteen
dollars and fifty cents per pound, altar
the manner of selling cattle. Mr. Faw
cett immediately accepted the propo
sition. The horse was acoordingly put
upon the soaks, and weighed an thou
sand and tortyAnoWlalati the
amount to tad fifteen thrown IV_
WONDERFUL Dootrraurr.-4r. Bsa►.
pie Anderson, of thisphice, ham dhows* ,
ed what Is said to be a rich gold mine,
near this place. Our Jewelers 011airo
nounce It nothing else. Nitric said
produces no visible eftbct on the =Pd.
So pile in, ye gold worshippers, to thla
new Eldorado.—Tyrone Herald.
HOgACE GEIZZLY Mid &t it meeting of
the Congressional Temperanee goeisly.
that "more men lint their lives denies
the war on account of drunken alma
La command than were lost by rebel bul
lets." Horace has been saying- some
rather severe thingi of General Grant
A scinatotre Western print propel..
to Bubstitate Yatee for Washburn. as
the keeper of Grant's conscience, on the
ground that Yeas' knows, better than
any other man in COngrelar, ' llow Groot
feels when he gets up nut morainip.",
Tan New York Tribune, looking to
the coadltionof things in the Eldatti, ex
claims, "Root. bog, at die" But, sage
the Louisville Journal, than woo MP
dairy to root. The slam /isle stolen
them--every egueelar and grunter.
Ax I,lllnola man attempted to hang
himself the other day, but was eat down
by his wife, wino beat b* soundly lbr
AN exams* declarer that John Pe.
vole nags "Grant has the allekedeet war
of not selling the truth that he ition
Ir is stated that cattle beloitglog. to
Philip F. Wieler,, of Bucks Pa..
are dying with the rinderpeat.,
NEAR Boston there any thirteen. blind
children, the desemiants of one blind
man residing in that any.
Taw ls as laal***ape Y at In.
dlaaa, Pa., which yffitapailmt mama
1,700 bandies of
loom balk Nada; •
sti. ttssirgs ants a batik
New Weans. •