Gettysburg compiler. (Gettysburg, Pa.) 1866-1961, May 08, 1868, Image 1
1113 133111M11110 1,0 COMPILES • a TITALIIIASID NYMBYPIAZDAY, 131' 11. J. RTATILE. Tsang--Two LooLlAna per annum in Meaner— Two DoLLalt* AND FIFTY CENTS II nut paid In advsnce No aubacription discontinued, Unisys at the option of the pabllhlier, uutll all rilrarages arepa Anyaimaiontrns hurried at the arra eaten,— redurtior to .than who advertise by tho Taw. ' JOll Mgttwig, of every description—from the eseelleeelabei or mrd t the Largest handbill Orrer-sibtate with dimputeM in • Workman annerand at the lowest living rates. Orritut on Baltimore street, a Lew doom above Hie Oestrt-house, on the opposite aids, with t •tiettysbungt.tomplit r tittles" on the building. Attornies, Physicians, &c. D. Mr CONAUGI Y, JOLLYIt. KR .117/f, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. DMc(X)NAI'OIIY bits associated JOHN N. . ICSALITII, En g , IT the Practice of the Law, at his °Moe, one door west of Duettler's Drug Store, Clatinbcr,abura street. Special attention gisca to suite, eollertfons and settlement of estate«. All lewd bosinew and slangs to Pensions, Bou nty, Hack Pay, and Dam age, against United riiatea, ulltitin,, promptly sild'entelently attended to. Land Warrants loomed, and choice Farms for gale la lowa and other Western Matra. Nov. 29, INC. -id I. A. LL CA.II ATTORNEY AT L WIJI promptleattend to all tel Munnetra entruttteti to Mtn, Inehultng the procuring of Pensions Bounty, Back Pay, NW all of her eluting against the tiuttudlSlAtes and Mote Got ernments. tintre In Nurtn-west corner MlGttrmond, Gettys burg, Penn'a. Aptli ii, • lutl7. if - • J. C. IVREI.Y, A rrORNEy AT LAW, Particular attention paid to ..iirethin of Prila011)1, flaunty, and itacie•VaY• (hilt e lo the N. E. corner of the Dianna d. (let tysharg, April 11, 1864. tf EDWARD It. IIUEIILIiIt, t runNEY AT LAW, tl Will faithfully and prompt ly attend to all huelnem entrusted to him, He %MAIM the Herman ladminen oinee at the lame play... In Mouth Baltonore elreet, near Fumes '0 drug etore, and nearly oppoelte Danner d 'Leg :ern .Lora. Hettyeliera, Manili 20. Jr. J. W. C. Cr OPTICE AND DWELLIN(i, A few doors from the N. K. corn•r_of lialtlmnre and HU& streets, Dour the Pre.sh‘ tertian Church, 6,ll,yshurg, Pos. April 14, 11117. • Dr. W. I. McCLUIt.e., pu 1 CIA N, SURGEON AND ACCOECIIEUR, flaring permanently located In New Oxford, will practice him prof/Nation In all ft. bramten. If In trietele and all other. deqlrloa him prormelonal ..erelet+ are rerinealed to call uud dtdiKult Min at Silo ntllve, In Hanover street. May 20, lad 7. tf - - Dr. F. C. WOLF, 1 LAVING LOCA A T , I 2 ,:g.K.R7 BERLIN, AD -1 ; a 110 f that Iry Atriet nttent lon to ble prnfovedonal dun., lie luny inenit a cham of the public Au tr..koge. pH; 2, ISMS. LI • Dr. C. IT. IsE.%.soN RINI:MIM the Preened. of Medicine In 11 I,ITTLESTO,MN, and ~free, hI aervicea to thalmhlie. nt his 1 1111 l MP, corn, of lAMI laa no, vt and Foundry niley, ILullrunit. sprint ikttentlon µit est to Skin Dloonses. 1,1111,40nn, for. N, 11011. =I 11" r .1 V LNG mat tetarnell from the I'M vend ty of Ilarviand and Jlosplttile, tlf Baltimore, liar AIN /113PLERMBUt 4 and otlera Ills pr, r, lo the pm 1.11.. 1m112.1, It LA WREN( E HILL, N. D., ) I':NTl lkali orner onr door air est of the Lil t lieran elinfe,ll Chturthrn4lntrl.l,tcrat.lll.loPPo ..ll4. lit 1 . . I NM, I. n.l ilere 111 , 57 wiiddilit t 1/ridlll/ :aloft portormeci urn romprrt lid I Inl IlivllV Hitt. REF Dr. Her. IL 1,. Ibtrier, ilex. Prof. M. ineol,, L. I i„I Prof.rrof. . 1,, sto..ver. .clprtl • GLOBE INN, Yore!: STREET, NEAR THE PLAMONP GETTYSBUR9, PRNAT' A TtlF.ltnlersigned would Moat reapeetfully In• iotin Ida nungToua friends nod the public p cncrally, that he has purchased that long eslab- I kited and well known Hotel, the “(11ohe Ina," in Vo, it street, llettyaburit, and will spars no etto 1 to conduct. it in n manner that will nut tie t met tams Its lot moer hlgn reputation. ills table will le,e the best the market ran Iltfimi—ht. 111111 there, are spacione and comfortable—cud he has laid ti, for tile bar a full stork of wines and Dunn.. There Is large stabling attached to. the Hotel, w Melt will be attended by Attentive ost lers. it will be his constant endeavor to render thy fultetit nalleueLlon w hin guests, making his (mow us near.* :mine to them ad poaslbfe, lie asks a share of the pribllr'd patronage, deterrrilti ed as be le le deserVe u large part of IL Remem ber, the "Globe In,n" Is in Turk street, but near the Diamond, or Public Square. SAMUEL WOLF. . April 1, 18134. tf KEY . 'STONE,HOUSE, CIIAMBEILYBAJILG ST., a I.:TTYSBURO, PA F=! rllltLs t.• neat !Totem, fitted up In the moat np j pro, e.l Style. its location ill phattautt.,centaal nod etniventent. Vlvery itrntnaoment hex teen 1..1.1 for the megaton:sloth'', and. eolufort nt The Talgek_wlll al wit> Wave llie hegt ot the ,7.1 n, la. and theft.* the beet of wlnev nod liquors. Tilers is eotnanodlonn Stabling attached, with an accoonnotlatlng ostler eta aye on handl, Thle lintel Ir now ~pen for the cidellalnnlent of the publle, and nsluo eof patronage Is solicited., No ~ ! tort Will be spared to a ender nuttlefltetion. Jan 7f, 1807. if EVERHART'S FIL KLI N HOUSIF), . cOHNkat OW HOU %HD YRANKLIN NTRhI,I9, BALI'IMOUE, MU. ?hi• }Tonne Is on a itir,t•llde between the Northern Ventre} and Belt}Mom & Ohio It Broad lx.txtts. It has been ienttod and domfortably rng&l fel We eonvenlenee and the entertain ment of guests. Nov. ii , Lei, tf EAGLE HOTEL, NEW OXFORD, ADAMS CortiTY, • • I riligrziperr4,lK.ryt ITZ,ll6'x'Thr3".llllSP:!icatfilln ty, will conduct It In future, antler thongme of the ••Eagle Hotel." 'He plodgeq him self to spare no effort for the eantfort of hie goads. His bible mtlnum% e the best time Illttrkl.t. can afford, Ills bur the choicest liquors. Ills chambers are spielotts, mei cannot fall to give eatbdaction. Th. re Is, commodious stabling attached to the Hot, I, which will be attended by a reliable and aceomMestattiag ortlet. The proprietor Napes 10 a liberal share of public patronage, tine ill alwakia try to deaerve It„ Remember the .•liagle," Oxford.the northeast curlier of the Diamond, HENRY W lIILIT. 12.,11N18. McCURDY & HAMILTON, FLOOR, GRAIN, GROCERIES; &C. undon:Zed are PhYing et their Wore lommh, in etrect, adjOning Buehler' 11.111, the hiehmit prioto for FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE', CORN, OATOUCK V. HEAT, CLOVER AND TIMOTta r- IibLUDO, POTATOEI3, &C. Au, invite prodtmers .c t i o u Ve them a Th before They have offlistanUy on hind for We, A tame. SUPPLY or oaOCEIU Stulames. ri_yriaPe. (Wrens. Sugars, Wee with San. Fish, 011 e, Tar, Mara, Bacon and Lana, T Se. Akio the best brands of FLOUR, withlM orng kind.. They ILltewise have /SEVERAL VALUABLE FEBTILVXDS, &tublu Pacific Guano, Rhodes' Pboopiagto and A A :Mexican Guano, WhILU they pay — the Merest market priors Orr ail they buy, they sell at the lowest &Ind prollts. They ask a share of public patronage, resolved to igivertlsractloo In every came. ROBERT goCURDT, WY, N. RAMILTON. Clettysbuti, SUIT I. 1w?. NEW FORWARDING ALSIP COMMIS SION HOUSE IiAVEIG purahabed the Warehouse, Oars, &e.., - af Culp E arn shaw, the under ned Intend to Ism on the neatness, under the firm of_ Michela & Co., at the old stand, on the corner of Wail&tintless and Rail rota erects, on a More extensive scale than heretofore. We are paying - the highest market prices for BAY, FLOW.; GRAIN Ari? ALL KINIet OF ?ADDUCE. FLOUR and FEED, RALT and all kinds o tIR kept coastantiun hand sad to aratireli7, pa...r than they run be Anywhere else. PLANTER, and all kinds of FERTILIZERS, constantly on hand, or furnished to order. A REGULAR LITIE OF FREIGLIT CARS wall fairte our Warehouse m cry TUESDAY mon:crso, and accommodation Maas will be run as °CCU...IOU may require. Dy this arrange ment we are prepared to &waver Freight at sll t meta to andaaro Baltimore. Ail business of this kind Entrta to tua,will be promptly attended to. Oar ears run to the Warehouse et Stevenson & Rosa, 105 North Howard street, Baltimore. Be takdatatutined to pay good prices, sell ch and deal kalety . , we Invite everyhody to &Isola a p pall WM. M. BIOHAM, ALEXANDER (5341F.AN, JAMES BIGEIA.IL Jan. D. Pa tf A PIRST-CLAB9 FARM AT PRIVATE SALE, VITITHIN Lwn Indies of ClettßF the Ber yl, rtsburt mad, *lth 'ail Improre manta, and in prime order. Iwt from 100 to las)Aerea, to snit porthaaers. Terms reasooable. For Author Informatkin, apply to Y. WIRLE, Sept. SZ VW. if Gettystatra, Pa. HAM, Ant qualitar, and_ ___ _rasionible prpllZAsa be had at YALMEM-Mo: '& r - C ONPIL ER. ~ , . r • -4r /.11zrz - _ • , BY B. J. BTAKLE. RE-BUILT I Confectionery and IN Cream Saloon. JOHN GAUEL, Chamberabarg Strasi, IWtty•barg, Pa., nest door to Emile Hotel booing completed hie new building, has opened the lenges memortatent of Conpeelluye ever offered In Get tyaburs, Including FRENCH AND COMMON CfNDIER, Toy; Nuts, tr., end everything belanithir to 1 o.l3frOtionery, With spatial obecommo daUous kw lathes and Gentlemen. ICE CREAM ouppfled on shortest nOttor. Feb. 14,11408. if WM. 'BOYER & SON, DRATiRka GROCERIES, XOTIOXS TOBACCOS, &C ALSO, &one, Wooden and Wil low Ware A general assortment of all Goods umunl3y kept In n FIRST-CLASS FAMILY GROCERY EMIC=I NEW FIRM New Oxford, Adams county, Pa. HERSH Sc BROTIIEB ' Ly AVE taken the Warebouse recently <wea -Ifl pled by 1). Hoke. l'itey aro now paying theIIIGHINTPRICII3 for GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Militantly on hand, choice selections of LT.71,1 END, COAL AND GROCERIFIL JAMFA 11740411, PfitlL 14EIIU L[. New Oxford, Nov, I, 18C. Important Discovery I THE "P 0 ti LTERERS' FIEND," R O CHICKEN ROI - ERA: [Copyright Secu A CERTAIN CrUE TOR GAPES IN CNICKiNS,AND TURKEYS. Will prevent and cure CHICKEN CHOLERA, and other Itinerate., common to Poultry, and will promote an increage of Fat. , Full Dtreettong areVnepally eatil Package. PRICE 2.1 CREW. THE annexed are a. few of the certificates we Base .receiveddn proof of the great value and eilimey of the Poulterers' Friend: C.tinoxyrux. Baltimore 00., December bah, 1847. f Clutworthy A. Co.: Gentlemen have used your "Poulterers' Friend" upon a brood oY young chickens that had the gapes, and am happy to shy, that by the use of a few doses they were entirely cured. It will certainty cure the gapes when used accord ing to directions. Yours, - ORO. HARMAN. MIMME=WEI tlentlemen:—l have sold all the uPoUlterers' Friend" I received from you Mat August. The poultry In the surrounding country was dying ery fast with "Cholera." I recommended your "Pon In3n.re' Friend," and ae far as I could learn, it b. pro) wt a care for the !lineage. Rexpectinily, W. R. U00D711.1.N. B.turtstona, Feb. ad, 18&f: Messrs. Cloteiethy Oen demon :—My chickens were dying very feat with what my nOlghbors called "Chicken Cholera." I was induced to tgy youg_"Poulterers' Irlopd," and It worked like a 4.llWft. 1 gas eit es directed, and I,t cured those that were then sick, and I have dot seen any symptoms of the disease al ilee. Youra, de., 11. XENCKEN, Cross At Warner fits. ilsrrinoselit, Frederick co.. ) 1, 1-.1. July 1 Mogan. Clotworthy .4 Co., Baltimore: (lentlem en The wonderful suns which have been made by your "Poulterers' Friend" can not fail to in tereetall who ruble Poultry. A gentle man of this village lure been experimenting on chickens with the gapes. Ile tried your "Poul terer.' Friend," according to the direetions, and It kiwi the donna.' effect in destroy lag the worm, effectually relieving the chicken at once. Since then I hevebail mane` calls for it, and it bas been used extensively witlathe name moult. It is of Incalculable value to all Nilo ridge Poultry Itespeetfully, A. BI'EN6ER, For sale by A. D. BUEHLER. Gettysburg, and .J. STIN Emmittabnrg, Md. Manufactured only by CLCTWORTIIY & CO., 119 Baltimore 8t.., BALTIMORE, MD. *l-A liberal discount allowed when purchased in large quantities. CAUTION.—The public are cautioned against any similar prepruationa. Only Clot Worthy .4. Cu,'. are genuine. Feb. 2.a, 15514. 350 NEW COACH SHOPS. YANTIS, ADAMS A CO., LITTLEISTOWN, PA. 1 - 17 E take this method of Informing the public, TT that we haye established new I%.acti Shop. at t,lttlestown, where we are prepared to manu facture to order all kind. of BUOtillo4, CAR 111A010i, 131.14.1:_11.11, Stir: L the shortest notice and most aceurnruuda terms. Our ande hate be hate from Itlmore, and, us we use none but choice material, we can pot np work to oompete with any ahoy In the State. Old work repaired and taken In exchange for new. Aug. SO, t$ 1. tt CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. TATE A CULP are now building a variety of COACH WORK, of the lateatand most approved style*, and constructed of the beat material, to which they In% Ito the attention of buyer.. Having bulk our work with great we and of material selected with bpecial reference to beauty Of style and durability. we can confidently recommend the work as unatarnamed by any, either in or out of the claw.. All we ask Is an lrespectlon of our work to con vinoe thaw la want of any kind of vehicle, that this? the place to buy them. REPAIRING IN EVERY BRANCH done at short notice and on rossonable term. Olva us a calk it our F•aetory, near the corner of Washington and Chamberstsug streets, Get- Wanting . P. T. TATE, Vo' F CUL March 19, IPM U CARRIAGE- MAKING BUSINESS. T M imeeh=bave mimed the Csniage- AT THESE OLD STAND, 1. Ault MkkLle itmet, Qrniffinixrp, AL, where they are prepared to put op rat In the most fashionable. sabstanfasi and superior man ner. A lot of new suut nuasna-band CARRIA42II63, BUGIOIIOI, ita, ON IiAND. width they will diSPOIM " th e k " rest p r e. ....l and all onleni be supp as led plop satisfactorily as poaalble. . RFXAIIIi.NG DENIM WITH DESPATCII and at cheapest mates. A hullo let Of new sad old. IfAitNlikkil on hand and for sate. Thankful for the liberal heretalbre na.l o l ol bby theln. they soht mod all/ 1106111111VC/ to deeerve a large share In the future. DANNER t ZIEGLER zoo' ma. • 0 YES ! O . YES ! Andriw Pottorff, ((LICLICENSED AUCTIONEER, !WEEP hillaervlees to the public. Sale* Cried in any part of the county, at reasonable rates. ENSED considerable esperteeoe in the business, he flatters hlsoaelf that he will be able to render satisfsetloai In all eases. Post afire address, Chaster ildstassea., PO. Nov. 11, MIL 17 IiCIPATIRN LANDS. LEAVE earns vslumbis witsTiow_ LANDS Wilk& I *at Lads for sour More AKMd to coma , Tbelandure won /mated, iuz= dammiblerGr fUlning• Ear MrriZIOFF. Otitylbrvg, April 3, ISM St F 17,9 .?fie JEeeelsior 194 lest Mannferfurtd engin* q/ Leather, Mid murk water Oka (War or Lanai Nags. Am' *sr. Nee unourimeard. Merano FkagtrAwr bra, keld, BY BURKHOLDER, 'WORLEY 6 IIL'ItRY. J. L. WORLEY', Sae Agent for the racCELSIOII FATE...EVERT Mr Adams county, H b ASeamidantly on hand Mali ulbetalnad Fete of the above Patent. Also, • ISA DIAS, HAIUMIS cvau,Aim BRILL:Eft, A'H TRITER); BLANKETS, UXLT.a AND EVERYTHING pertaining to a Home furnishing establishment. 6-AGENTE WANTED to sell Territory for Patent Nets, also to sell Nets On monnisslon In the manly. Ali communtattiona should be ad dressed to J. L.ISM 'WORLEY, York Su lphur S prings, Adams eo., Pa. 'LET ALL THE PEOPLE COME! Goods smut Colifectlonely Store. fIIHE widens/Kn.', having bought out J. M. 1 Warner's Fancy Goode and Confectionery Suns, ou Baltimore street. randyoppuoite Fob neetockte Store, 114.44.61 m rg, the public patronage, barge and tasteful the Mot k hue been, no effort will be spared to render It still more attractive and desirable. He now oilers Writing Desks, Plain CA ndy, Work Boxes, Fancy do., Portfolios, I'ickk s, - Satrheis, Sardines, Pocket Books, Lc:Angers, China T 0)... Chow-chow, Pocket Cntlery, Fancy Cakes', Jewelry, Fereus Clacker., Chess, Wino Biscuits, Remise.. ?Autumn do., Perfumery, Fire Works, Nampo, Pens & Previte, Cheat's, Writing Papers, Fir/dope., Nuts, Tobacco& Negros, EYrtiPs. &e., .TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION." Ile intends to sell everyitangat the lowest pox table prices, believing that "small profits" bring "tttilek sales," and are therefore beat for buyer and seller. Come one—come all ! A. E, FEISTEL. March =, Mad t f GROCERY & FLOUR STORE .W.E.1(0 3:,1.1:. ISIE&LS & BROTHER HAVE, removed their Store to the Nelnstettt property, on Cluttnbersburg street, where they propose to keep eOnstantly on hand =I GROCERIES, Flour, feed, Notions, a.e. Also, VEGETABLES In se/INOUL, fresh from the city and country. They are determined to eleap as the cheapest, and as they onh, ask the lowest living profits, they hope to merit and retvive a liberal share if while patronage. LALe, & BRO. April 10, lbV. tt GOOD NEWS! HENRY pVERD,EER, I=l lleompleted big new Htore Howie and just returned from the city with a fresh and Well •leete.l stork of tiuods, Well he rev, ifully Molten bin Irlnnda and the public geluerally to call and examine. I=l Ilya Mock commas of 0130CERIES, FANCY' (1, 00138, NOTIONI4, CEDAR, WILL( AND lIENNII•WARN, PLOT; , MIN MEAL, PEED, &C. IN-The each or trade will be given for Flour Corn, Cate, Bola toes, Butter, Egg; bacon, Lard Raga, Sre. ]lamb le6B, tf Him SUGAR-CURED HAMS, Shoulders and Sides • SUMMER SAUSAGE AND BOLOGNA. KALBFLEISCIPS I=lll e=! 1868_ RIBBONS, .Irilliaery and Strays• Good, ARMSTRONG, CATOR 14 CO , ZYPOILTRIDI Arg. .70118 KRA 0! Bonnet, Thinningand Velvet' Ribbons, BONNET SILKB, SATINS & VELVETS, Blonds, Nets, Crapes, Ruches, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, STRAW BOAIRRTB .4 ND LADIES" HA 219, TIMM= AND CISTRIALINED, SHAKER HOODS, =7 and Beiltimore &reef, BALTIMORE, MD., offer the %meet stadia to be found In thb Coun try, and unequalled In choke variety and cheap neea eomprhilng the latest Parlelan noveltlea Linters eryllettal, and prompt, attention - given. April 3,1801. IRON-IRON-IRON ! GETTYSBURG FORGE. 'F RE smbsoribers respeetfuLly inform the public that they have erected aForge In oonneetio with their Rtes= Min, and are now manufttetrin FORGED AND HAMMERED IRON, each as Plough, Hone -sbos and Bar Ina, and re =illy i tn , 41 . t? Ittle t lr ie nt . ard Estal w r u s t b : to please as to quality, finish sadtgoe. BRINGIIIAN A WARREN N. IL—The highest market price ;aid for wrought sod Wrap iron. B. & W. DOC. 17, DOM FOR SALK A Farm of 230 Acres, more or Ism [X Southern Mary land, lag Immediately on the N svlgable Water, and convenient to al most daily steamers. Largo numbers of Peach and other Fruit Trees In full bearing; two thous and young _Apple Trees are being now planted. ()piton. nib Fowl, k, in abundance at the door. The pace is admirably adapted to either Fruit, Vegetable or Nursery culture. Address E. F. NEALE, AL Clement's Say P.O April 181111. 111, At. Mary's county, lid. Sale Crying. AW wallas° continues tun I.ol3nltaella. ut . SALE CRYING,Iind solicits the continued ot the public. It Is his constant en roltruWw to give saUsbiction. Charges moderate. NitiOdestes In West Middle street. Gettysburg. P. td.—lae ls a licensed Auctioneer, under the Tax Law of the United States. Nov. I. OWL NOTICE rirpertnership heretohme exisUng between the undersigned In the Produce and Forward nit business was dissolved on the find day of January bed., by mutual nonzero.. The books of accounts and all unsettled business have been left in the hands of Rufus K Culp, Irbe la duly anthomized to settle up the same. He will be found at the Warehonite now in the occupan eY of llearus.Blchant d Uobenn. All parsons In terested are required to cell and settle. HENRY CULP GEO. A. Ewariaßew. Jan. 17, 1.868. tt LAST NOTICE. A LL wsons indebted to the late Orin of Me. DIEM ill lease call and settle. Acit paid befo re the tat of ber, the hooks Will be left In the hands elan inners for collet- Lion, ?Unfelt regard to persons. 31cCITIIDY A DIF.BL Oct. 11. 1861. tf Administrator's Notice. TAMES TIMMINS'S ESTATE—Letters of ad a) ministration on the estate of 3nmke Timmins, hue ofos•goest township, Adams wen ty,deeeseed, haring been granted to the undersigned, residing In Moantplesaatit tortuddp, he hereby gives no tice to those Indebted to said estate to make im mediate payment and %whaling elalmssinst the same to present teens properly anthented for settlement. MATTHEW H. TIMMINS, April 3, ISM. it Administrator. nDatabus, os. Lalrna. P ll3,ft V l 4 e gm lobs aboald aad see the itylea at ROW & 31,0008% NlVaooD6—aranis has Pow- rodadmod tram i r • city with • haw samortmeat at Call mad gamins them. CRisTik4rt GETTMIIIRG, PA., FRIDAY, MU 8, 1868. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITUERS, MCI IlooAzad's German Tonic. ?MX GREAT ILIMILOIIIII TOW ALL DIAIL&AIIAOV THE LIVER, STOMACH, OR DIOES- TY VE ORGANS. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS la composed of the pan:duke. (or, aa they are medtadly termed, AstroeM) of Root., Berta, and Bashi, making a preparattcm, highly roneentrm tad, and ,euttroly Ate hoot siadodtc admixtures rg any klod. HOOPLA.NDS GERNAN TONIC Is a combination of all the Ingredients of the fillitetra, with the puma /panty of Shwa Itta Rom, Urowge, de., making one of the most pleas ant aid agreeable remedies ever offered to the public. • - TiVIM, preferring a Medicine free from Aleohol le will cue Hoofland's German -Bitters, Those who have no objection to the combine. thin of tie Bitters., as mated, will nee Hoofiand's German Tonic. They are both equally inx.l, and contain the same medical virtues, the choice lad ween the two being a mere matter of taste, the Tonle be- Mg the must palatable. The stomach, from a variety or causes. 'melt as indigestion. 1 , yelpepsia, Nervous Ik4,lllty , rte., to very apt La lutve as (auction), deranged, The Liver, sympatitigitrg as It sloes u I th the Htomach, then becomes a/listed, the result at which is that the patient Nutters from set end Of more of the tdlowing diseases; iNST IPAT lON, FLATI'LIINCE, INWARD PILL-S, L'LLNESH UY IlLooD TO THE III:A ACIIIITY 01 , THE W1101.1(11, :&A.1% MEM= == 106 D PCLL\I 4Olt Wk OMIT IN THE STOMACH, SOUR ERUCTATIONS, sIN GOIt FLUITIACINO AT Tut: PIT of , THE wriimAcii OF THE BEAD HURRIED OR DIFFI CULT IiItEATIIINO, FLUTTERING AT THE HI AUT ClroELNo olt bUFFOCA TINO sENs kTIONs WHEN IN A LYING I9)4TCRE. OF CINION, DoTh OK WEIN lIEFoItE THE NIGHT, DULL FAIN IN THE HEAD, DEFICIENCY OF PERSPI HATIoN, ELLOWNLI4.s or THE SKIN AND EYE. , FAIN IN THE SIDE BACK, tnitts, ETC., mennEs FLLTeiliDi OF HEAT, DURNINO IN THE FLEsII, CONSTANT IM AGININGS OF EVIL, AND GREAT DEFRE.s. , IoN OF sPI HITS. The sufferer from these diseases should exor cise the greatest caution in the seleetion of a remedy for kis clue, purchasing only that a hick he la aaallred front lib. Investigations and 1114111- Idea pus caws true !nerd. is skillfully compound ed, Is free from Injurious Ingredients, and has established for Itself a reputation for the t ore of these disZases. In this connection we would alltnit It [pose well•knoWn reined ie.— HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS Asn 1100FLAND'S GERMAN TONIC PREPARED RV DR. C. M. .I.ICKNOV, PHIL.% 1/1.1.1411.t, PA. Twenty-Iwo years sinew they were first Intro duced into this country thou Germany, which time they ha%c n1.111°10)1..41) - performed more nun., and benefited suffering humanity to a greater A strut, than any other remedies known to the public. Thee remedies will effectually cureLi, er Com- J 11111111,,, Dyspepda Chronic or Nervous Chronic Disirrhosi. Mien* , of thel: Id e,) and all In•eriace ariallm front a Disordered Lit er, tiWnuuch, or Intestines. DEBILITY, Resulting from any Came irlottever:Mfft.t TIoN of , TUE sYHIE)I, lodueed by St, ere Labor, Hartbohlps, EXpovures, Fever, ds. There is no medicine extant equal to these remedies In such eases. A tone and %Igor is 1 no parted to the whole system, the appetite Is strengthened, food is enjoy ed, the stomach di gests promptly, the Wood is purified, the coin plexion boconicie sound and healthy, the ycllow tinge is entolimited from the eyes, a bloom Is Kis en to the cheeks, and the weak and nervous In %and becomes a strong and healthy being... PARSONS API ARCED fN LIIE, And feeling the hand of time weighing bests toy upon them, with all Its attendantllls, Will hindin the was of this UITT FAO, or Lie TUN LC, an elixir that will Instil Lew life into the veis, re store in a measure the energy and ardor of more youthful days, build up their shrunken forms, and give health and happiness to their remain ink years. NOTICE. It le a well-estahllshed feet that hilly one-half of the female portion of our population are sel dom In the enjoyment of good health; or to use their own expression, "never feel They are languid, devoid of all energy, extremely net voTio'irt'ad Lan e o l 7 . pe ap gro 't n i nhe BITTERIi, or the TONIC, in eapeclany recommended. WEAK AND DELICATECHILDREN Are MAC strong by the use of either of these reinislost They will cure every cameo( ItARAS- Id Us, without fail. Thousands of cerUficates have accumulated In the hand., of the proprietors, but apace will allow of the publication of but few. Those, It will be °barn ed, are men of note and of such Mending that they mulct by believed. TEsTr NI ON I A LS. lion. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ant., write : Philadelphia, March la, imr. "I find •Hoo/liuld'e German Bitten.' is a good tonic, useful in diseases of the dlgesthe organs, and of great henetlt In can' a of deblllty, and sant of nervous actlou In the system. Yours truly, GEG, W. WOODWARD.- Hon. James Thompson, Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, April V, ltifa. 'I muskier %ootiand's Oennnn Bitters' n eahe, able esediene in case of sttacke of indigestion or Ilsepepda. I can certify this limn my experi ence of it. Yours, with respect, JAME....I THOMPSON." From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, D. D., Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, Ph liadciph la. Dr. Jaeksan—Dear Kir: I have been frequently requested to connect my name with recommen dations of dittbreot kinds of medicines, but re garding ha v e On' m a imnt of ral appropriate sphere, I In all declined ; but with a plate proof in various Iruttnnees and part bularly in my own family, of the usefulneas of Dr. Hoof laud's German Bitters, I depart for once from my motel counts, to express my full mm lotion that, far yeyeral debility the orient, and esprefor sfor Gator Ciessptaml, du a waft read saluab4eper , parafirna. In some eases It may fall ; but maul- IY, I doubt not, it will be very lamellas' to floss Whu suffer from the strove canoee. Yours, cry respectfully, .1. H. KENNARD, Eighth, below Coates St. From Rev. - E. D. Fendall, Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle, l'hllada. I have derived decided benefit from the use of Boolland's Gernum Bitters, nod feel It myprlvl- Jews to recommend thcnt as a most valuable lon ic, to sll who are suffering from general debility or from desenses arising from denmgcment of the liver. tours truly, E. D. FEN DALL. CAUTION Hoofland's German licntedins are counterfeit ed. nee that the signature of C. M. JACKSON, on the wrapper of each bottle. All others are counterfeit. Principal office and Manufactory at the Ger man Medicine Store, No, 611 ARCH Street, Phil adelphia. Pa. CILIRLES .EVANS, ISroylrieter, Formerly C.X. JACKIION Q Co. PRICES. Doonanirm German Bitter., per bottle, $1 00 hall dozen, - 5 00 Hoonand`a German Tonic. put up In quart bot tle. $1 50 per bottle, or a half down for 57 TA. a7 - Do not forget to examine well the article you buy. In order to get the genuine. fri•F or sale by Druggists generally. Jan. 17,1050. y CHANGE OF FIRM. THE undersigned have leased the Warehouse eo the corner of Stratton street and the Rail road, In Gettysburg, where they will carry on the Grain and Produce Business itn lusuebes. The highest prices will al ways be paid for Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oat& Clover and Flarneed, thwase, Hay and Strati l ==, tuts, Soap, Hams, Bhoulders and Wes; Potatoes, wll.l. everything else In th e country produce line. Groceries, of all kinds eunstantly on band and for sale—Coffeeri, Ba rra,de Wee., T t et ., AR ices, Salt, Owes Broome :, SZ, U. Also batitl. 011,, Flab - Olt Ter, de. 1 , D311 of all kinds ; Spikes and Na Smoking and Chewing Tobeetwe. They are always able to supply a Met, rate arti ste of flotir, with the different kind. of Peed. . „ . Also, Ground PlAster, with Gunn , . And other fertilize FOAL, by the bushel, ton or ear load. We will also rust Lines of Freight Cars to N 0.77 North streetLRALTIMORE, and Sll Nor ket street, PIIILADELPHIA. All goods sent to either of the above places wUI be received end forwarded promptly. Goods should be marked "Elennere that,- April 10, PIK tf N. R. BENNER & BRO. HOUSE PAINTING GEORGE A. WARNER, MERE PAINTER, South WashingUr2 IL., Oeitreltmeg, Fla. GOOD WORK AND MODERATE Palm. Defy M ME. kroOD Ibr the eyes, to cal sod look Monet the EXlseilve steak of all kinds of Ocata, s Vail 'ot Pinto and neat stytel of Verna at 1100:11011 MAY SONO Midsummer Is lair, with tta hoiden Sheol And the pomp of Its hollyhocks; But 0 Mr the May-time, happy and brief, For the foiled velvet of the leaf, For the lane as white as a moonlit reef, And the trash moss on the rocks! It ts then that the book•worat quits hts book, The mall creeps out from his Melt, And the violet hums In the weeping nook, And life keeps time to the lute of the brook, And our dreams ere tinged with the colors they took, Pram the tulip's rainbow bell I "HISTORY REPEATS ITSRLY."---H has often been Bala that history repeats It self, and that one may find a parallel for any condition of the state or the nation by consulting the records of history. The same may be said of the fashions. They are constantly repeating them selves. Our grandmothers can tell of a time In their youth when the fashion of wearing the hair was almost precisely similar to that of the present day. Hoops were worn hundreds of years ago, while the 1411 heels to be found on the shoes of nine out of ten of the women of the present day are not a novelty by any means. We remember the time when tight pantaloons were all the rage —the tighter the better.—The latest in dications from England concerning the fashions are that black dress coats are going out ; and that blue coats with brass buttons, the same as those in which our fathers and grandfathers courted our mothers and grandmothers, are coming into fashion. Hunt up your blue coats with brass buttons-they are again the agony. THE WILLOW WHISTVE.—The pleas• ant spring weather we arenow enjoying, will set the sap to demisting, and pre pare the chestnut and the willow for whistles. The boys will ,soon be at it, and we shall have the shrill sound pier cing our ears from every direction. We love to think of those things with which we beguiled many an hour in happy childhood sport. Holmes,„in the Atlan tic Almanac, says: "Who floes not lore to make a willow whistle, or to see one made? Can you not recall your first les son in the art—the cutting of the flexible bough, the choosing a smooth part, pass ing the knife around it, above and below, pounding It judiciously, • wrineing it earnestly, and feeling the hollow cylin der of bark at last slipping on the sappy, ivory white, fragrant wood? The little plaything grew, with 'the growth of art and civilization, to be the great organ which thunders at Harlem or in Boston. Refpect the willow whistle." THE FATE OF IMPEACIIERS.—The fate of impeachers in history is significant. Of the fifty-eight persons who signed the death-warrant of Charles Stuart, thirty-seven survived the Common wealth, and lived to see the restoration. Of the thirty-sever., nine were executed, twelve imprtsoned for the rest of their lives, eleven fled to escape punishment, three were pardoned or released, and the fate of two Is left in doubt. The twenty one who died before the restoration were attainted by Parliament. Cromwell was exhumed and hung; and so were several others who were the chief insti gators of the regicide. All this was done, not to gratify any spirit of re venge on the part of Charles 11, but in obedience to a popular demand for jus tice. Of the estate's of the fifty-eight regicides, thirty-five were confiscated by exclusion from the indemnity bill of Charles If, one was restored by pardon, and the yearly income of the remaining one was confiscated. TAN King of Greece is the son of one king, the nephew of another, has an em peror for a father-tn-law, and occupies a throne himself, and yet, whenever the weather will permit, he and his wife walk to church, thus atrording an exam• ple to Americans who ought. to remem ber that a full day of rest occasionally is as pleasant and as necessary to their coachmen as to themselves. QUITE A SCARg.—An elephant COD nee. ted with a circus which had been giving an exhibition at Allentown, Pa., last Monday week, succeeded in making his escape from his pen after the pertortn mice. He attempted to force his way Into a hotel, And being unsuccessful, began cutting up shines, when his keeper came along, secured and took him back, to his quarters. elephs utak' ip did no dam age, but succeeded In frightening the typos at work In the News office almost to death. To every man there are many, many dark hours—when he feels Inclined to abandon his best enterprise; hours when his heart's dearest hopes appear delusive; hours when he feels unequal to the burden, when all his aspirations seem worthless. Let no one think that he alone toufdark hours. They are the common lot of humanity. A Puzzt.tn.—Suppose a man owns a skiff: he fastens the skiff to the shore with a rope made of straw ; along comes • cow ; cow gets Into the boat; turns around and eats the rop6 ; the skiff, thus let loose, with - the co* on board, starts down stream, and in itspassage %upset ; the cow Is drowned. Now has the man who owns the cow get to pay for the boat, or the man that owns the boat got to pay for the cow? A Dees Ruts.—An old bachelor in New York offered a young lady a pony for a kiss. She gave him the kiss, and he then refused her the pony. She brought suit against him, and he put in • plea of "no consideration ;" but the court decided that a kiss was a legal con sideration, and compelled the crusty old fellow to " pony over." Served the scamp A RICIIXOND paper says a gentleman recently found a gold Louts d'or, valued M. $l4, and bearing date 1573, imbedded in the ahell eta York River oyster. It is supposed to have been loet overboard from the French fleet daring the sieges of Yorktown. A Da. BEttivor, of London, has recent ly invented a meat preserver, that keeps a what eptece of meat, as a roast of beef, leg of mutton, an entire turkey, etc., for eighteen months, so that when cooked It is perfectly sweet and wholesome. IN Boston, 437 dwelling bowies and 24 stores Sr. to be wised a perpendicular distance of 18 feet, and then underpin ned, in carrying oat a plan for filling In sixteen acres of low ground. IN Michigan, the Constitution, Inclu ding negro suffrage, is defeated by over 38,000 majority, Maine Lowliest by 10,00, and biennini legbantlYe nensione by 15,000. A 000 h ■TORY ON Ermr.a. A Southern correspondent writes: There Is a loose darkey about Willard's Hotel, named Tom. You can bribe Tom to do anything. The other day there, was • dinner party given by a New York contractor, at which It was understood that Ben. Butler would be a guest.— Some disloyal wag, without the fear of Congress before him, got hold of Tom. feed him liberally, and put him up to a piece of outrageous and treasonable bin foolery. After the plates were served the host said: "That will do, Tom; you can go." But Tom did not go. Observing that his orders were not obeyed, the rontractor repeated, "I told you to go, Torn ; if I want you I'll ring for you." Still Tom hung about the' door and did not retire. At last, very much worried at his contumacy, New York turned upon Ethiopia and said sternly, attract lug the whole company, "I've told you twine to leave the room, and by —, I'll be obeyed or put you out myself." Tom approached the table humbly and replied in a subdued tone, but loud enough to be heard by all present, "If you please, sir"—with submiasion—"l can't go; I'm obliged to stay." "The h—ll you are! What for ?" " Well, sail, if I must tell, I must. I axes Mars Buller> pardon, but I'm ',mow al ble for de spoons. Item spoons is silver, and I was specially set to watch 'etri, I can't go sah. Waal much as my place Is wuf, sah." The seguel can better be Imagined than described. for so HAD AS HE Tuottoir - r.—The following story Is told of a gallant naval °dicer: Twenty or thirty years ago, when mis• sionary enterprise 'was In its infancy among the islands of the South sea, Cap• tam Summers anchored his sloop of war oft' one of the Marquesas. The next morning he saw an American nag on the beach, Union down. This excited him fearfully, of course, and he sent oIT a boat at once to inquire into the matter. Presently the boat returned, bringing with it a grave looking missionary. The Captain's anxiety ran high. He said: " What's the trouble out there, quick ?" "Nell, I am grieved to say, sir," said the missionary, "that the natives have been interrupting our sacredotal exer- "\o! Blast their yallor hides! I'll— was It you said they had been doing?" "It piths me, sir, to say they have been interrupting our sacredotal exer cises." "Interrupting your your 6-11 ! Man them starboard guns! Stand by, now, to give 'ern the whole buttery!" The astonished clergyman havtened to proteit against such excessively rigor ous measures, and finally succeeded In making the old tar understand that the natives had only been guilty of breaking op a prayer meeting. "Oh, devil take it, man," said the Captain, 'Vs that all? I thought you meant that they'd stopped your grog!" A orrnxttiant entered a tavern, and see lug ng one present but the landlord and a negro, seated himself, and entered Into conversation with the negro. Shortly after he asked Samba if he was dry, to which he received a reply In the affirma tive. The stranger told him to go to the bar and take something at his- ex pense, which IA as accordingly done, and the negro in a short time left. Landlord says to the stranger: "Are you acquainted with that nigger?" "No, never saw him before. But why do you ask?" " I supposed so, from your conversing with him, and asking him to drink." " Oh," said the stranger, "I was only experimenting. The tact is, I was dry myself, and I thought that if your liquor didn't kill the negro in fifteen minutes, I would ventureto take a drink myself.' "WELL, 31r. Snow, I wants to ask you et question." "Propel it den." "Why am a grog shop likes counter feit dollar 7" "Well, Ginger, I gibs dal, right up." "Does you gib it up? Kase you can't pass It," "Yah ! Yali! nigger, you talk so much about your counterfeit dollars, just suc ceed to deform me why a counterfeit dol lar is like an apple pie 7" "Oh, I drape' the subject, and, doesn't know nothin' about it." "Kase it Isn't current." "Oh l, crackle, what a nigger! Why am your head like a begot gold dollars?" "Go way from me, why am It?" "Why, knee dare's no sense (cents) in It.,' "Well, you always was the blackest nigger I eber seen—you always will have de last word." A MODEL WILL.—The following is a copy of a will left by a man who chose to be his own lawyer : "This the last will and testament of me, John Thomas. I give all my things to my relations, to be divided among them the best way they can. N. B.—lf anybody kicks up a row, or makes any fuss about it, beJsn't to have anything. Signed by me, John Thomas." "MoTaus," said a little urchin, the other day, "why are orphans the hap piest-children on earth ?" "They are not, my child, but what makes you ask that question ?" "Cause they have no mamma to spank 'em !" Rue stood halide the muster— The day rit iie'er errata ; She thought the mutate entree Than any 'he'd seep Yet: I wetehed her playful Amgen The silks andantino tom; The-Adorn tooted quite uneasy, * And nodded at the bow. "dhow me none velvet Afton, Desire mid Nelda lark," Sbe said, n want to perebase," Then gave the goals a Jerk. The clerk was all obedience— Ile traveled "on his shape;" Al length, with hesitation, She bought a pant of tape. AN exchange asks the Of bwing ques tion : "Why do the leaders of the Radi cal party look up to old Thad Stevens with such veneration and pride ?" An swer, "Because he practically demon strates the great central ideas of his par ty, by living with a neirro wench." Tuc& AND Now,—Farmers lu 1776 Man at plow, wile at cow, girl at yaw, bay at barn, and all dues settled. Far mers in 1889—Man at show, girl at piano, wife in satin, boy at Latin, and dues Wl settled. 50Th YEAR.-NO. $l. 'SY TAMS 'Burrs YE SMALL SNOW =3l Three years have passed since the war ended. In all this time the Radicals have been in power—their policy has prevailed North, South, East, West, everwbere. They have expended hun dreds of millions, and taxed the people 1400,0014,000 yearly. They have govern ed the South by military dictators and freedmen's bureaus. They have by their policy, depredated lands, preven ted the cultivation of crops, broken down manufactures, prohibited immigration, crested debt and retarded all forms of labor, contentment, and prosperity. And now, we put to the candid men of the riominant party in Congress, the question which we also put to the pub lic: "What good has been done to the white race, to the black rn'e, to the country at large, or to any State in the country•?" The wretchedness which this day pervades nearly the whole sec tion of the ✓southern country, is eel• deuce of the failure of your, policy. It is written everywhere, sometimes In let ters of blood, sometimes as by fire and sword, that you have nearly ruined the laud. ,Three years of suspension from hostilities, and yet there is no peace! Trade languishes, taxes increase, the cost and burdens of State weigh heavier than ever, and yet these incapablesstill demand prolonged poste; and are now adding new, burdens to the South In or der to maintain It. Every hour, in the light of such a policy, the duty of cooper votive men becomes more plain. It is to overthrow these Incapable. and to de mand the repeat of the obnoxions men• sures which are at present so many bar riers is the way of all peace and all sub stantial good.—Eric 06server. Pea. Sherman will Stamp the Pennll , 7 ainalast an Papist Cenvittlea ed the President. It is Veil known that General Sherman is Indignant at the prospect of an unjust and partisan conviction of the President. Ile says that If Johnson is unjustly con -victod, ho (Sherman) will appeal to the people of the Unltttd States against, the MAWR' of the Senate; that be will him self,:tf necessary, he the standard bear er of the party opposed to such convic tion, no matter who may be the stand ard-bearer on the other side, and that he will agree to stump the country on the question! This threat, delivered with the General's accustomed and well known vehemence of manner, has great ly alarmed the Radicals, and there was a good deal of fluttering in their camp last evening In consequence. The above is from the Washington cor respondent of the Chicago Times. Those engaged in this Impeachment conspira cy are destined to ascertain that a more unpopular move was never :nade upon the theatre of American politics. The good sense of the country is not yet so dead that au outrage such as the con templated usurpation by Wade of the Presidentla i l office will not awaken It 'from one extremity to the other.—Cla Requiter. MRS. LINCOLN had her own views of those who held high positions under her husband, and she was In the habit of speaking out very freely. fler opinion of Grant was not flattering, but, unless we are much mistaken, it will generally be regarded as remarkably correct. In the bearing of her spouse, she said: "Omit Is a butcher, and is not fit to be at the head of our army." "Rut," re plied Mr. Lincoln, "he has been very eueceisful." "Yes," replied Mrs. Lin coln, "he generally manages tO claim a victory, but such a victory. Re loses two men for the enemy's one. If the war should continue four years longer, and he lu power, be would depopulate the North. According to his tactics there is nothing under heaven to do but to march a new line of men up In front of the Rebel breastworks to be shot down as fast as they take their position. Grant, I repeat, Is an obstinate fool and a butcher." Is GRANT A REBEL?—In April, 1861, rresident Lincoln required the 111.81811- Lore of Gen, Lee; then of the federal army, to enable him to maintain and defend the constitution and enforce and execute the laves. Lee refused, and was forthwith pronounced a rebel and a trai tor. A few days ago, the Radical papers tell as, Gen. Grant was asked what he would do if the President should order him to furnish a file of men In origin execute the laws, when he promptly replied—as promptly as the rebel Gener al Lee dld in '6l—that lie wouldn't do It I Was Lee a rebel for refusing to aid the President in execunag the laws, and is Grant a patriot for doing precisely the same thing?—Quincy Heroic!. ON the 6th ofJuly,lB6s, Gen. Sheridan gave his opinion of negro suffrage in an address to the returned soldiers at Chica go. He said : " I want those' who have been in the South to bear testimony to the condition of these freed negroes. My own opinion is that they are not fit ted for the exercise of the franchise. I want them to get a fair price for their la bor, but I do not think they are fitted to take part In the legislation of the coun try." These are the persons the Radicals are In favor of making the equals of white men at the polls. by Federal power. THE Charleston Mercury concludes an article upon the negro vote In the South as follows: "If it Is the. purpose of the United States Government to negroite the Southern States, they may as well know now as any other time, that it has to be done with the bayonet and has to be preserved with the bayonet In all time to come. Earnestly solicitous as the Southern people are in good faith to abide the resultof unfavorable war, and to meet fairly the issue of defeat, In yielding an honest acquiescence to the premises upon which the war was declared to be (ought by the United States Government—the preservation of the Union—this people will not debase themselves under negro rule; they will not assume the level of .the negro." , The Kansas Mate Journal, published by a Milohlgander, is disgusted with the defeat of neve suffrage in Michigan, and says: "IT it is wrong for Intelligent ne groes to vote in Michigan, it is wrong for ignorant and brutalized negroes to vote in South Carolina." Unfortunately, however, the mass of its party do not see the question In that light. TUE Collage Gardener, of London, says earthing up potatoes diminishes the produce am:trebled' the ripening of the to berm. Long experiments In ,England have proved this fact—that billing up the potato will reduce the potato crop one fourth; A Scar PRICED BIBLE.—At asaleof a valuable library, lu New York, on Tuesday evening, a singLe volume, a copy of Eliot's Ladian Bible, sold for $ l . - 1110, the hugest prlee ever paid for any single volume In this country. mut mom OF ZVANINIELIXS. TIM LAND lir TELE ACADIANS. To tio loossoor Trotrol of lola. Mims& Enrrons:—Where shell the American pleasure-seeker, the invalid and tourist travel the coming season Some go to Europe, and will go there; others tour to Minnesota, Lake Superior, White Mountains, Montresd, Quebee and its sAlieents. The abovirmaintd routes are as familiar in every family s■ household words. With the eompletion of railways and telegraph lined', the opening of new water communications has made easy of &mesa a new field for the Summer travel—a field full of inter est, romance and pleasure. We allude to the land of the blue noses, Acadia, mentiot.ed by Longfellow, In his poem "Evangellue," a tale of Acadia (Nova Scotia), Wolfvlile, the Grand Pre, Basin of Mince, the head waters of the Hay of Fundy, where the tide rises more than fifty feet. It Is not our intention in this to enjer luto any lengthy detail of the beauties of that charming.. spot, the Grand Pre, Woirville, 'Nova Scotia, we call attention to It and say, that a visit there - the coming season will pay the tourist, will invigorate and recuperate the invalid. There are other charming spots In the provinces of NQW Brunswick, Neva Scotia anti Prince Edward's Islands that we shall mention. There Is the river St John, the scenery on which Is equal to any in the world. There it the route from Moncton, on the European and North American railroad, across the Westchester Mountain via Dorchester, Amherst, Westchester, thu Acadia !mu Works, through Londonderry to Truro, Nova Scotia, en route by rail to Halifax. On this route the reclaimed lands from the Ray of Fundy waters, the view to bo seen of• this at Sackville and Amherst, N. S., and the view from Wiestehester Mountain (at Penn's), of the Glilf of St. Lawrence and Prince F.dward's Island, embracing a scope of ati miles of land scape, with the Cascade waterfall on the mountain at the Acadia Iron Works, is worth a trip of thousands of mites, sea In order that tourist/making the Sum mer tour may be thoroughly posted as to the rohlea to reach that country, we give them for the benefit of any who may be on the tour the coming Sum mer. To reach Nova Scotia, (where treasure upon treasure lay hidden, whose gold fields will soon be developed, and prove as rich as California,) there la the Grand Trunk railroad to Quebec, anti Portland, Maine. From Quebec the Gulf Line will run A No. I first-class mein going steamships via tbse waters of the river arid Gulf of St. Lawrence to Shedlac, Charlottetown and Pictou, at Shediac connect (fur the city ot eg. John, N. B.) with the European and North American railway. Moncton is on this road la miles from Shediate. At Moncton the Messrs. King are pre pared to entertain you in style, and by them you will be transferred on over the finest road In this country (at a speed that none will complain of), via the Westchester Mountain route., At Pie .tou, connection Is made with the Nova Smiths, railroad, 113 tulles across Nova Smartt° Halifax.. From Ballfax by rail road to Windsor, N. S., 45 miles. At Windsor our friend King keep. a No. 1 first-class betel, and will transportyoo In splendid coaches to Wolfe:Ile, Grand Pre; LI miles. From Licedon or Portland, St. John, New Brunswick, the St. John river and the Bay of Fundy are to he reached by the splendid steamers of the International Line- three time* a week, via Eastport, Maine, where the tourist can make connection with a steamer up the St. Croix river for St. Andrew, at which place take rail. road for Richmond and Roulton, con necting with the steamers on the upper river St. John, descending the St. John, stop off at Proxierlekton, and then pro ceed to St. John, N. B. This route avoids the doubling up and down the river St. John. At St. John, New Brunswick, you . have the European and North American railroad (the best laid road in this coun try) for Moncton and Sheffise as before stated, or there Is the Bay of Fundy route per •A No. 1 steamer Empress fma• king connection with steamers from Portland) for Windsor, and, as we have stated for the Grand Pre, WoUville and Basin Minas, or to Halifax, Nova Scotia, with its splendid walks and drives, its Fresh Water, and Its North Arm, with its beautiful little Dartmouth on the opposite shore, with the finest har bors in the world, one capable of holding fug all the Beata of the combined navies of the world ; Bedford Basin per fectly land-locked, a drive twelve miles around which will amply repay - the tourist; Halifax is full of interest, • cheap place to live In, and we can con •scientiooaly recommend to the tourist the Halifax Hotel, now open in style and replete with comfort. Reader, tourist for the summer of 18811, we have given you a sketch of a new Summer route, one that you will be de lighted with. Just think of Jt after Tit hing the White Mountable and Quebec, then for a sail down the St. Lawrence, stopping off at Cherlottetown, Prince Edward's Island, thence &crow's:me four hours to Shediac, and thence to Moncton, where King will take charge of you, (he has an A No. hotel there,) and If you desire it send you in style and comfort across the Cobequid Mountains, as before stated. To rusticate a few days with mine hosts of the Weldon Hotel, Dor• cheater, Cumberland House at Amherst, will amply repay. This Is the Summer route, and it is first for the lines leading to that direction mentioned In this, to give the traveling public the Summer schedule to insure the travel for the Summer of 1868. Reader, preserve this slip, should• you intend to go on that voyage. The hotel at St. John's New Brunswick, b the Stubbs House. P. B.—To reach Boston from New York we say to all, give the New London and Norwich Sound steamers sue Wei, and our word for It you will find theateamers of that line as well as the route itself suffi cient to draw you again to that line, via New Loudon, Norwich and Worcester en route for Boston. AN AMERICAN TOURIST. Oaf - The route from Ude section, (Out tysburg,) is by Harrisburg, Reading, Al. lentown and Easton, thence by New Jersey Central Railroad to New York.— The hotel in Beaton la the new St. James, lately opened bythe tamers. Stetson. A New YORK liCrObileglil paper Illell- Uons, with regret, the circumstance that since the beginning of the present year, some three thousand negroes have emi grated, or are about to do an, from the Southern States to Liberia. We ase no. cause for regret In the matter, except that more of them have nut gone. Trail the negroes could be sent of it would have two good erects. In the S rat place it would rid the country of an undesirable PoPu !mien, and in the second, it would use up the Radical party. linxita is Malin • Welly Inflamed state of mamistion—the moult e< t" much radicalism ht polities, which means too much demagoguery sad tar catty among the leadership.