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Ltgelnb 41Iny of I I' I.)' too.. al Jo etnelr, P. M.
W A. I,CN('.IS, Cludruruir.
Th c rAlowiu r r b. the I.»t ,Y the 11100 twrs of the
Contain tee :
Oeltyttlotry W. A. I) , tnr•an, it. I stabh.,
cob Tnote.l. -
Herself:lr .flu 11, S. A. Wertz.
Ilerwleb Weueliutt. Henry .May er.
CuntvrlOMl—JrW. Lot, IT. 1,.
C.tnnwagn—Jas. fl nhernutor, 8.1. 4( liwartr.
- Hlglilthd—Petertgoner, J. Scott Wilson.
butlar-A4. B. ElelmitzrJodroph Wolff.
nrou 0, lii. hunt Croton,
Oentiany—flon. Wm. '3fiSherry, Jacob !Clunk
Hultrlnginu—Jacryl , MR, Jeremiah Slaybaunn.
LAMM/xi—Dr. k% C. Wolf, H.q. Henry Wolf.
Hated hen—lsaac Sender, :Lim* Salrlofiau.r.
3fountim Ifn rtm..:l, 1, ue I.lglitnr r.
Aron nt plena:in t —llan't Ltivrenee, If. J. Them ler.
Yranklln—Currt. Jam,. flunk, Ynslerlek
oxford—Dr. W.J. McClure, Jacob Myern.
Lnelinure—John HnrNn, Joel (Iciest.
}Utah:an—D. C. Ilrinkerlmfr, S. A. (.11111Inna.
Tyrone--J. C. I'lltonturf, Wm. Motekley:
jrnlar—rath let Gelselsnan, Amos I A•ns or.
Llttlestown—John Diehl, 8 S.
Ilandllis—Thror. N. Lneka, Emanuel Nelrlleb.
Liberty—James Corey, Joltn Nunnomaker.
Ilamfltonl?un—Col. It. C. Swope, Daniel Mc
July 11, I/36a.
WIIO WILL SE NON9SATED
The question Is often asked us, '..Who
will be the Democratic nominees for
President and Vice President?" Of
coarse we Can not answer. We have not
even eared to speculate much as to the
result, assured ns we feel that fhe selec
tions will be wisely and harmoniously
made—and being thus satisfied, it re
quire* no effort to possess our soul In
perfect patience. We miry say, however,
that general opinion nartows the cliblee
for President down to Pendleton, Han
cock and Hendricks. The latter seems
to be getting stronger, and if this should
el:infinite, we would not be surprised to
see the ticket made up of Hendricks
fitid-Hancock, or Hancock and Hen
dricks, the chances for heading It he
lm; about equal. Mr. Pendleton, hav
ing berm earlier placed In the field, will
start with 'the largest number of voles,
het that he will secure two-thirds on'
that or any subsequent ballot ,Is'at this
time considered doubtful. These are
mere speculations, however, and may
be entirely at fault. Indeed, names
altogether new in this connection may
be b,eleotatl, as was the case In 1144 and
fall In both Contests the Denmerftey
triumphed glerinesly, As TIIF:V WILL IN
LATE:Tr.—IL is reported flint liendrlelts
decilnes a noinlostiou—thus improving
UtikAT preparations Jtave'been made
In New York by the Soldiers' and Sail
ors' Committee, of uehich Gen. Ha[pine
(Miles O'lleilley) I 4 chairman, for the
National Democratic Con veution of Sol
diers'arid Sollars, which meets In Cooper
Institute tomorrow. Among the del.
egates reported, are Major General LoVe,
of Jndiana, with the "white boyalmbitte"
to the number of at least 100, uniformed ;
Major 'General John A. ACCiernaitil, of
Illinois, with from- 300 to 300; Major
General Prauk Blair, of Missouri, with
.about 300; Major General Ewing, td
Ohio, . with 400; Major General Runyon,
of New Jersey; Major Generals Lovell H.
Reissman and Don Carlos Buell, of Ken
tookey,,with a large delegation ; Gener
als Andrew Porter and kpCandiess, of
Pennaylvanfa,wil h the Hancock Legion,
nufinhiering 1,10 men ; Major General
W. B. Franicilu, of Connecticut; Gen.
Cough;. of •Maasaohusetts; General
M'Quinie, of New York.
TUE Secretary Of :War has} (Ist sen t, I n
to Congress an estimale of;what will be
needed to stippry delleinnetes in the op:
prOprititions already made for thd execu
tion rif the BeConatraction acts. It foots
tip . the grand total of Six lltni DltEn AND
TRIETY-ONE 'THOUSAND, FIVE HUN
DRED" AND!' silyikTY-E70.11T DOLL4ES
ANTI - TWENTY. FIVE CENTS. Here Is a
nice little earn to be wrong from the toll
and sweat of the white men of 'the
North. It anirrantato more than a dol
lar for every 'voter in Pennsylvania:
Work- away, ye tolling masses! Your
masters want: millions of money ktdon
trol negro votes, .Which are to count
against yours at the coming Presiden
tial election. Therefore work away,
like dumb, unthinking brutes; and be
sure to keep on voting for Radical candi
dates! Vote for Grant! Vote for Col
tax I Vote for RaOlcals for all Offices!
Vote to make thermegrees masters of the
South! Vale to give negroes the bal
ance of power in Congress, :tend at Presi
dential eleitTOns! Xiep on voting as
your masters bid you! Vote to make
THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU. Fiwi N
The New York IVorld Is ventilating the
Preedine»'s Bureau establishment. It
gives' all accurate list Of the agents and
clerks employed to carry on this gigantic
swindle, showing that there are 703 of
them, receiving salaries amounting in the
aggregate 'lto '11it09,340 a year. A large
number of thesioigents manage, also, to
switulte their living In government ra.
lions and perijoi.ltes. 'The cost of this
suindleitlii estimated at 511,060,000 per
annum. The whole concern is a mere
political machine, and is an injury rather
than a beßent to the poor negroes,
who neglect labor mid occupy their time
in attending political meetings, or march
ing to the polls, with muskets in their
bruida, to cote as they arc directed by
their new masters, the paid agents of the
- Bureau., 4n4 the white vi orki lig classes
of the North have to foot the big hills.
SPLIT OF TUE RADICALS IN PIIILADEL.
PHIA.—A scrimp rupture has taken place
•in the Radicalparty lu Philadelphia. In
the convention to nominate a candidate
for District Attorney, the other day. W.
'M . ., Mann, the candidate of ..the''Criiiice.
bidders' "ring"wit, nominated, where•
eupin sixty-four delegates withdrew from
the Convention and nominated Isaac
Einaleituret. The Fren says that this
division. endangers the success of the
whole Micheal ticket in Philadelphia,
and lotintedeathat 14 may have so dela•
terioug an influence upon the proapecta
of Grant, tirat rivcii he may to defeated
by it. The (aet la, the Radical party is
denvoralived•eVeryarhere, and needs but
the coup tie - occeof a good Democratic
nomination to destroy ft utterly.
THE Democratic Uonventlou of Ate&
ford county, iih - lifon - diji week, noculna;
ted B. F. blyrri, tot Congress, sub
ject to thedeciadon of the district confer
ence—with Messrs. E. F. Kerr, 'P. 6,
Morgan and as conferees.
lion: J. McDowell eillarpe, of Chambers
thit'g,"aras nottiloated for Additional taw
Judge, and- 044. T. 33. Lyoua fed the
TibeternocrticY he Etats are al•
ready ongliitC,WJakatios 'hickory
THE TWO SWEAT CONVENTIONS.
On to-morrow, the anniversary of the
Declaration of American Independence,
there will assemble in the city of New
Yolk, two great National Conventions,
both in the interest of the old Democrat
In the one will be gathered t ,, gether
the representatives of the menu ho went
forth to fight for the restoration of the
Union and the pre‘er.atlon of the Cwt•
dilution. There wil: be many of the
foreptost flgUng Generals of the Union
drinks, the din/Mk/IS chieftain" w 1 1 ,) led
the nay a here the fight was thickest
and danger most imminent; and them
too, hundreds of those who won d DC
(Ion n 5 .übordinute ith thous
ands of the rank and file, who bore
the brunt of battle on many a bloody
and well contested !ley from the first
Bull Run to the IRS( battle at Appomat
tox Court notime.
- To this Convention the eyed of a major
ity of the Union soldiers of the Nation
are now anxiously turned. They see
that Grant has, with a mean and truck
', ling spirit, fallen down at the feet of Ste
p vens, Butler, Washburn° and Forney,
ready to follow their traitorous bidding
to any extreme, in order to gratify his
ambition to be President. Whatever of
respect the honorable and honorably dim:
charged veterans may have had for
Grant, he has completely and forever
forfeited. It is not strange, therefore,
that his name should fall, as it has failed,
to elicit the first spark of enthusiasm.
The men who once followed him with
pride when he led on the battle field, now
regard him with cold diSdam, and think
of his self-assumed baseness w ith a loath
ing too deep for utterance., They will
not vole for a man who I,ints
consented to abandon an honorable posi
tion to become the-OElla tool of base po
litical adventurers and fanatical destruc
theft. So, to the Soldiers' Convention,
which is to meet in New York to-mor
'row, the soldiers of thonation look for
an expression of opinion, as they look to
the other Convention which assembles
on the same day for a candidate whom
they will gladly support.
The National Nominating Convention
of the Democratic party will be called to
order at high noon of Independence Day,
in the new and magnificent - temple
which will be dddicated for the occasion.
There will be gathered the loftiest intel•
leas of the nation. It will be a grand
re-union of all the States. Not one will
be unrepresented. The foremost men in
civil life from every State and Territory
of the Union will be gathered to take
council together, to devise means for res
cuing the nation from the dangers that
beset it and for bringing relief to an op
pressed people t -
That wisdoM will guide these two great
Conventions, and that entire harmony
will prevail, we have no doubt. The
Democratic party are actuated by the
highest and purest motives in this great
crisis. The leaders, civil and military,
we are assured, are prepared, without au'
etception, to abandon all mere personal
preferences, and to unite upon a platform
of the must patriotic principles, upon
which they will place as candidates none
but inen of the most exalted character.
The time grows short. A few days more
only will intervene before the names of
the next President and Vice-President of
the United States will be announced to
the listening nation in the persofis of the
candidates of the Democratic party.
A 'great deal is said about repudiating
the Federal debt. Some people are very
nervous upon thiii subject. • Dld it ever
occur to such people that 600,000 blacks
will vote for members of • Congress at
the next election? • And are these whe
profess to be in so great trepidation alit*
the safety of the "nation's honor," such
numb-skulls that they cannot see that
these 1100,000 blacka have not a single
rusty n ickel at stake in this matter?
Nay, is it not their Interest to favor re
pudiation, in order to relLete themselves
of taxes which they already complain of
as oppressive? If there be danger of
repudiation In any quarter, it is, as a
eotemporary very truly remarks, in the
Negro vote. ,LoOk out, ye would-be sa
viors of nation's honor ; the "nation's
wards" are bectiming restive, and when
the Hon. Sam. Malabo and the Hou.
Jim Bones get to Congress, there will
be a quaking among the bond-holders.
The hoe-holders are coming. 'flab for
Col. and Orantfax !
AN INFAMorS ORREIL—The . „- following
despatch has been received '7rom New
NEW ORLEANS, June 14.—Gen. Bu
chanan yesterday , reoievd an order from
General Grant directing the removal or
Gov. Baker and Lleut, Governor Voor
hees, and the appointmentor Warmouth
and Dunn to their places. The appoint
ments take effect on Monday, when the
Legislature convenes. In obedience to
this order Gen. Buchanan last night is
sued an order Making - , the required
changes. The sable order authorizes all
pariah and municipal officers declared
elected by Ida previous orders to take
their offices upon taking the oath pre
serlbed by the new constitution. On
Monday Louisiana will have a perfectly
black negro for Litt& Governor.
From this it is evident that Grant has
become as rabid a lindioalsks Thad. Stev
ens himself. To cote for him atter this
implies capacity to swallow the negro
head and heels. While men, run you
support such a candidate?
WHAT ItAl' 31E EXPECTED —lf the
people permit the rotten Radical party
to elect Grant and Colfax, they . may ex
pect a rigid rule'of military t,yranuy, fu
its worst form, together with unparallel
ed extravagance and redoubled taxation
to pay for the same. Giant announceS
that if elected he wit hare no policy, which
means that he Intends to be control),
ed by the manipulators of Radicalism,
the Impertinent, vindictive and unserm,
puloua Butlers, Stevenses, Boutwells,.and
If the people desire these things they
must vote for Grant, for the Democracy
intend, if placed in power, to abolish
the extravagant Freedmen's Bureau, re
duce the army one half, and remove
many other evils now oppressing the peo
Intelligent, but oppressed tax puyert
must decide - which parfy They will sup.
port next November.
COST OF THE. REGISTRY LAW.--The
Registry law passed by the Radicals lint
winter will prove to be a most costly
affair, if carried out. The York Demo
cratic Press makes an accurate macula
(loll of the amount of money which will
be required to enforce Its regitindons in
that county thts year. Its sum total
foots uris3,l%.V. -It will cost each-coemty
in the State a propertionate atrAint.
The people did not desire the passage bf
this law, and all 'classes wIH be plowed
if the Supreme Court should deride it to
be unconatitutional, as we suppose they
ADJOURNMENT OF Corrounas.--"The
Llouse of nifiretentalives, on . 2Aonday, by
a vote of 91 to 4, passed a concur:int reso
lution for - ilia ii4Jonrntnent ypiigress
The t'hicago platform, endorsed by
Cleo. Grant, declares that Negro Suffrage
14tnust i be akialandoed to the South/ro
States, and upon this doctrine the Radi
gals ask the people to support Grant for
tresieent... Now the fitates which titive
been "reconstructed" upon the Congres
sional plan, contain upwards of 600,000
Negro voters. more than enough to give
th, balance of power in the government
to these unlettered and semi-barbarous
Mr. Green Gosliu, who was botn a
"Republleau," and, therefore, thinks It
his duty to vote the Radical ticket, even
though he knows that ticket to be pledged
to the enforeement of Negro Sufftage
upon the South, says, "Oh ! I urn oppos
ed to Negro voting, but it doesn't matter
so long as they vote only In the South."
The silly goose! As If the voters of
Pennsylvania and those of the rest of the
States, did not all vote together oh the
first Tuesday in November, for President
of the United States, and as If 600,000
Negro votes did not count as many on
that day, as if they were cast In Penn
sylvania, in-lead of Loui.lana, Alabama
and the rest of the Africanized States!
The Negro who votes for Grant for Pres
ident in Alabama, kills the vote of the
%lute man iu Pennsylvania who votes
for Grant's opponent. Thus, remarks
the Bedford actzetfe, does Negro Suffrage
affect Pennsylvania. The old Keystone
may declare by her 600,000 while votes
that this or that candidate shall be the
nest President ; but the 600,000 blacks of
the South can say : Nu! not your choice,
but ours, shall be the occupant of the
Pre-iidebtial chair. Tile balar eu of pow
er. Is, truly, in the hand° of the enfran
chNed blacks. it win placed there by
the present infamous Radical Congress,
and it Is to be kept there by Gen. °milt,
if the people, by electing him, endorse
the Chicago Platform. This is "the
truth, the whole truth, and nothing but
Who is Grant? The man who raid he
- wotild "light it out on this (the Wilder•
ness) fine, if it took. all summer," but
didn't-and Was fain, In the end, to take
MeClellan'e line, on the James river.
Who Is Grant I' The General who, be
fore he took Richmond, lost nearly twice
as many men as Lee had In his whole
army when the opposing foroes first met
on the Rappahannock. Who Is Grant?
The man who "swung round -the circle"
With Andy Johnson in 1868, anti& he be
came4giddy at Cle4lafad, and couldn't
swing any further; the man who stood
by Andy Johnson's side when the latter
was presented the resolutions blithe Phil
adelphia Convention ; the man who
kicked ;tit Stanton in August, and sneak
ed out of the War Odle° in order to let
Stanton crawl back to it, in December;
the man who broke his word with
his friend, the President; the man who
endorses the enfranchisement of 600,000
negroes, and, at the same time, declares
he will have "no policy" if elected to the
Presidency. This is Grant. From such
President, good Lord, deliver us !—Har
LOYAL VETERAN aRALwr
That is the title udder which the Rad
ieahi are trying to rally Union soldiers to
the support of their schemes of disunion.
Query—Will those soldiers who Beeline
to vote for the tool of Foruey and Wash
burns' be considered disloyal? There
will be a vast army of them—more than
half the rank and file of the gallant vol
unteer soldiery of the country, with mul
titudes of the most. distinguished officers
—and they cannot he frightened from
the determination to vote for the conser
vative candidates by "the sale old-cry
about disloyally. Not they. Having
bravely faced' outhern treason on the
battle field, they are ready to meet Nor
thern treason to the Union and the Con
stitution at-tbe ballot box. They will
fight it down though it seeks shelter un
der the leadership of Grant, and will
"fight it out on that line, if it takes all
GENERAL,FORREST ON POLITICS.—The
ex-Confederate General Forrest is going
to the New. York Fourth of July Conven
tion as a delegate. In the course of a re
cent conversation be Is reported to have
said that It will not be-any more cut ious
to see Inns in the Democratic Convention
than it was to see Joe Brown, of Georgia,
in the Itadical Convention, - and he adds:
- "The Itailloals like Joe Brown because
he is a Radical. I suppose the same rule
would apply to me with the Democrats.
Why, sir, the warmest reception I've had
since the war was from General Sher
man. POI not afraid of the Dells ocratic
soldiers or the Republic/in soldiers. I
like General Hancock, and I don't be
lieve there is a brave or reasonable Union
soldier who dislikes or doubts me as a
man. I went lute the war because my
vote had beets unable to preserve the
peace, I took a through ticket of course,
and I fought and lost as much as any one
else; certainly as ousels as I could.
Now the war's over, and I'm under oath
to keep my parole. Suppose I consider
myself an outlaw, and refuse to take part
in what's going on, does that help sue to
keep my oath? Won't folks that are
disposer; to be ill-natured say I'm sullen
and dangerous, and only waiting a chance
to break out in a fresh place? That's
what they have said. Now I give the
country a sort of host.age, in addition to
my parole, when I join an active, organ
ized body of Union men in the North,
and I proclaim when L./go to New York
that 1 am at least as well reconstructed
as Joe Brown, who was an original se
TUE Franklin Repository says
Hon. Edward IRPhersoir lila been
honored with the appointment of Amer
ican editor, fur the present year, of the
Al oanack de Gotha—a noted European
publication of high literary and sewn
title reputation. Not a mean compli
You are slightly mistaken, neighbor.
The Ahnanaek de Gotha Is merely a
record of the names of the reigning fam
ilies of Xerope, and of late, we believe,
Including the names of the rulers of oth
er , tiountries. There ,a nothing about It
that is 'literary and indenting)." We
suppose Mr. McPherson was appointed
to report the names of Ring Wade's
family after he got en the throne—but
be didn't reach. IL—Doylestown Demo
FORNEY wants negro midahipmen and
cadets. He says: "The tendency of
West Point and Annapolis Schooling la
toward eaolualvenese, and until the re-,
oent ,war-peried admission into honorer
We rank,lp , either the army or navy was
as itfilcult as into a brotherhood of Brah
mins." This la the first step of course
to the admission of young African gem.
men. 'Rah fee Eitel Rights,! What's
the next madness 2
pWojt.s.ox . pold Ovei 5,000,000 in gold
to have ilaguntlian kilted off and Car
lotta sent the fined-hog*.-40.0melso
We can beat. that .eonaiderahly. in. this
country. glued.. Stevens, ;Ben. Butler,
and ootnpany, pairiddAMOD,llooof other
people's money and eaorilined
of Betel° .inkatamsr con dltntion destroy
ed and negro equality establirdied..-Rai
4, New ,. -
Tim P4144451phis -241 1 41 fin iwgia , —
"chaatArunta fro!' opm."
aol t The Locust,' are dying rapidly. In a
few days they will disappear altogether k
totWksisen no more for seviShteeW
TOWN, COUNTY AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES. Dr. Oideon Smith, who has Girelkgivs,
ing thb abject much
says that the ms thorbtlinr x
Drat* . fp d no
deep in the ground. hes 11%
. the_vegebt'brejuices of the roiits nea the
surface, which they take with their
snouts or rostrum. There are three
wswg,ilE4dret In the snout, which, in feed
' itti, 'are toroJeeted and spread out over
4tre-rartsee of tive-reots er leaves ofiress,
and these epEleut IDejnicie and convey it
by capillary attraction to Ehe stomach.
You gag bee this operation vTry disklnet
ly in' the Perfazt insect, by vatcliitag it
with a magnifying glass. They have no
other mouth or means of taking food,
either in the larva or winged state.
Our readers will find no interesting
coruthunication on the subject of locust
stings, from our friend, Dr. Bipson„ of
Littlestown, in aeother column. Scary
people will find much comfort in it.
Prcrichtny.—Rev.. Mx. .WILYIKM -WM
preach In the PzeaSyioarisn Ghnrcb *l'
HunterstoWn. next SabOath, at I.A, Ir.
Anniversary.—Don't forget the Or
phans' Anniversary, at Agricultural
Oat!, age ementuk.
Ezettreiert Illekehtever the fiettysbarg.
Railroad will be *WAAL hail tare (rum
the 3d to the 6th of July
Literary Entertainment —The I.llyr:try
Entertainment given at Boyd'is School
house, will be repeated, -by epeeist re
quest, on Saturday evening, July 4th.
Delegatrr. --Tle Delegates to the Dem
ocratic National Convention from this
district are Hon. Geo. W. Brewer, of
Chambereburg, and John It. Donehoo,
Esq., of McConnelleburg.
To be Closed.—The Stores and places
of business in GettySburg will be closed
on the 4th. The Postmthee will be open
from a to 7A. 31. and cLosED the balance
of the day.
Normal School.—The examination of
the Gettysburg Normal School, on Fri
day last, was very satisfactory, reflecting
more than ordinary credit on Mr. Shecly
and his large claw of students.
Owing F,xerriscs.—The closing exer
close of the it etlystinrg Female Semina
ry, consisting - of kiss. aye, Music ; .te., by
the young ladies, will beice place this af
ternoon. Commencements at this insti
tution are always interesting, and there
fore attract full houses.
Colurs.—Jobs are printed at the
Coui.ir.Eu office In any color ordered, or
in as many colors as may Le desired.
We have all the necessary inks and
bronzes for the purpose, not forgetting
plenty of bran new type, and the best Job_
Press in five counties.
• Hag mad Chain. —Our farmers are still
busy at their hay, the unusually heavy
crop requiring more than ordinary time
The wheat Is ripening rapidly, and be
fore this paper shall reach many of its
farmer readers they will be In the midst
of harvest operations. The appearance
of the weevil has resulted in considera
ble damage In some quartArs of the
county, but on the whole the crop shows
less Injury now than was anticipated a
week ago. A fair yield may be count
ed on. - •
The Fourth.—There will be 110 general
celebration of the Fourth here, but our
people will, we sulMose enjoy themselves
pic-nicing In the many beautiful groves
in the vicinity.
The Zouaves.will"parnde at 4 o'clock
in the morning, each member provided
with fifty rounds of blank cartridges.
They will also meet in the evening for
The Town Council having, Ott Monday
evening, modified the borough ordinance
prohibiting the sale and firing of Fire
works, so as not to include New Year's
day, the 22d bf February and the 4th of
July', of course "Young America" will en
joy Itself immensely with crackers, for
Burned to Death.—On Saturday hod,
Theresa Jane; a little daughter of Mr.
Francis C. Gardner, of Straben township,
met a very sudden and flak-rending
death. The mother was absent 'for a
short time to do some washing near by,
and when she returned found The child
burned• almost to a crisp, her clothing
haring taken fire from the eook stove.
Dr. O'Neal was Promptly called in,.but
be found tie little sufferer beyond help,
and next day she died. The child was
aged about 6 years. We deeply oympa
thise.with tbe afflicted parents in their
Accident.—We regret to learn that our
friend Francis Cole, the owner of the
large saw-mill at the head of the Nar
rows, met with a severe accident on
Monday week. lie was engaged, with
several of his hands, In getting out saw
logs. To a very heavy one they had
left a part of a limb, the easier to work
It down a steep hill. When starting the.
log - on a slide, Mr. Cole was at the front
end of it. Moving more rapidly than
was expected, the limb mentioned
caught one of his legs just back of the
knee, and carrying him with It some
distance, struck the knee against a sap
ling, badly fracturing the cap. But for
the intervening sapling, the copse•
quences must have been fatal. Dr.
Study is attending Mr. Cole, and we un
derstand that he is as comfortable as
could be expected. There are now
hopes of his escaping a permanently etiff
Another.—One day last week, Dlr. Pe
ter Frey, one of our oldest and most es
teemed citizens, met with a painful mis
hap, especially (or one so aged.' Whilst
removing a ladder from one part of his
premises to another, he fell on his side,
fracturing a rib. The severs shock
caused a general, prostration of the aye
but under Dr. O'Neal's careful at
tentions he is recovering as rapidly as
could be expected under the eircuid
Another Baifroad .Pstislf. , —An act :riss
pulsed last winter So tisiliorporate the
"Adams County Railroad Company,'!
with power to build a Railroad from a
point at or near Petersburg, (Y. 5.,) to
connect with the Northern Central Rail•
way at or near New Cumberland, or
with the Cumber Lind Valley Railroad
at or near Mechanieaburg.
The , Commisalouers named lu the act
held a meeting at Petersburg on the 04
Wt., and at once lidopted measures to
lift the charter and have the. 'leveret
routes surveyed. The proceedings of
this meeting will be found in another
A Railroad built front Petersburg S
either point would peas through a /lob
and productive country, which would
from the start, give It a large trade and
make the anterpriee n paying one. Hue
cep to it.
Want.—We have tome Idea of eniarge
lug the Commt.sru from blanket to bern
dear site. Our only ueed Is, a mill able
to•ssanu(aoture pirsiet large enough.
-Owners of mills likely to ''answer (and
desiring to sell) are requested to parade
their establishments in front of our of.
floe far inspection. Mill dams need not
accompany the mills—though they may
be brought as far as the edge of town,
where a score ofjoverdles will be ready
"to dive" •in to test depth . , bottom, *e—
ft* mill or mills (with dam or dams)
selected, will be promptly paid )for—dn
Ibt handsomest job printing overdone in
this regloq. •
Iltirrah for thA - Finirth!—The Town
Council having modified the BorOugh Cor
i:pangs in regard 'to rice Works, so rar
as not:to Ineltitte tqp oth# 4144,Ah0
M. itt 9piered ffgm
4 4 ,0# a tau atutply or all iiroa or , re
erseiitlO, farptioii 4005itt46ke
-7°PPgt44P,rica"Jll4 Micf. rl o4 their
aka* nada" , ttslaCar a aaPPIY,m93O
*R o ' 9 # 9i' Lb l Rul9 f 9 ° Pl a tPa Raft,
Deaths.—llarrisbutg lost by death on
Tuesday last one of its oldest and best
citizens, in the person of Mr. Jacob Zieg
ler, who had nearly reached the age of
yeaii. Ile never missed au election,
and never failed to vote the I.teuitocratic
ticket; alter arriving at hie majority.
He was nearly related to the Zieglers
here—brother to Emanuel Ziegler, Sr.,
Hon. W. H. Kurtz, formerly member
of Congrties from York and Adams, died
ut York, of paralysis,ron, the 34th ult., in
his 65th y ear.
Mail BCvicc.—fiervice on the mail
routes in Penusy4vania and Maryland,
under the new contracts, commenced on
Wednesday, the let. The Department
has made some changes In this County
since the contractir were awarded. The
service on the Menallen route has been
divided—one to run tri-weekly, to Nu
ville, VI# I 311.1111MtuibUtg„.4.reftaavIlle.
trleriDele, add Befifiervilfie, anti
the other semi-weekly to the same office,
vin Menallen and Table Rock. Wenk's
will be aupplied from Bendersrille. The
service (mm e wThrford to York l Aprings,
via Hampton; Round Hill, &c., has been
restored to a daily route. We annex the
nre Betiolleftj NI they now etand:
N 0.2155. Hanover to East Iterlll3, trl-weady,
Tuesday, Thursday and Suterday,
2156. Hattover to IleSherrystowu, daily ; to
Square Corner, tri-weekly; Tuesday, Thurs
day aud Saturday.
Orttyrburg to Stugentoorli,
leaviUkt Gettysburg Tuemlay,.Ttionktay, irl.l
Astarilay—retusalug MOudaY, IVadmeidaY
• dia-Voiriony. •
62. Cleitysburg to New ('beater, setnl-weekly,
Tueeiday and Saturday.
2103. GeOlyaburg to Iday'lle, via MunsurodoStf.
day arol Saturday.
2164. Gettysburg to Iday Idle, via, Menallea and
Table Reek, .ml-aeekly, Wednesday and
2165. New Oxford to York Sprlngx, daily except
2206. Ease, Berlin to Dilisburg, otter a week
2187. Llttleetown to Mann**, iMArorklY. Tuts
day. Thursday and Katurday.
21G4. York Ftpringis to York, onee a week ; Rat
210 . 2. Gettysburg t 4 fteQgntesaU4, tri-weekly,
_leaving Gettysburg Tuesday, Thursday and
Satinslay, and reuwaing Monday, Wednuss
d)l. York Springs to Carlisle, dally, exeept
2E40. Gettysburg to Chambendiurg, and Gettys
burg to Littleatownotally r at ptr.
tEL Gettyaburs to Frederick, tri-w ly,
tug Gettysburg Tuearlay, Thursday and Sat
urday; returning Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. _ _
From the Hanover Mu%
Sudden Denals.—Mr. Henry Delloue,
of Franklin Grove, Illinois, formerly of
East Berlin, Adams minty, died very
suddenly at his residence, at the former
ploce,ou the 21st rdt. His remains were
brought to the residence of his mother,
In East Berlin, and on Thursday follow-
lug Interred in the burial ground at Par
adise Church, near Abbottetown.
Accident.—Last Saturday, a young eon
of "Mr. phis ,Platir . ringeir,.,of (4)ll,!lvrtgo
township, Adams County, was severely
injured by falling from a log of a barn,
now . belug built by Mr. S. It appears
the boy was In the act of walking on a
board at some height, when It slipped,
be falling to the ground, receiving a se
vere cat In hie face and Injuring one of
his legs. ''-nedical aid was procured, and
we understand the sufferer Is now doing
as well as could be expected.
Painful Accident —On fiaterday last, a
sou of MG John Hostetter,_ of Union
townsl Adams county, met with a
very painful accident While assisting
his father In coifing grass with a reaper.
The lad, who le about fifteen years of
age, was sitting on the reaper removing
the grass, when the reaper street a
slump, throwing the boy over
knives, cutting one of his legs severely
and making an ugly gash in one of his
feet. Me its now doing well.
Job Printing.—Oer new Job Press is
operating splendidly, (Lally turning Qui
work such as has never been approach
ed, and rarely seen, in fliese - parfilt
certainly the best machine, forplain or
fancy printing, in the market. Speci
mens of our work can be seen by calling
at the *lee, t • t
Housekeeper.s and others wanting good
Cooking Stoves, the Gent In the mark 4,
- warranted to bake and givwsattsfaCtitm,
or any thing In lineal Tin Ware, Japan
Ware, Hollow Ware, Chamber Sets,
Bread and Spice Braes, Ice Cream Free
zers, Water Coolers, Coffee Mills, Bird
thiges, Fruit 'Jars and Cans, Waiters,
&c., &c, will find Just what they want
at the Ware•rootn of Col. C. H. Buehler,
corner of Railroad and Carlisle street,
opposite the Passenger Depot, and at
prices which defy competition. tf
Dog Da,y4.—Caniculare , or dog days,
commence on Die thitd of July and end
on the eleventh of August. The rising
and setting of Sirius, the Dog Star, with
the sun, has been erroneously regarded us
the mew of excessive beat tied of eoehe
quent (Abaril. -
A Full d4asortmerii. —The attention of
Fanners, Builders, Contractors, and oth
ers le invited to the large assortment of
LUMBER of all kinds suitable for build,
log purposes, to be Mead at Col. C. H.
BUEHLER'S Lumber Yard, At earner of
Carlisle , find Railroad *create Inclu
ding Boards, Planks, Flooring, Skiing,
Laths, Pickets, Shingles, dui. Also Posts.
hewed and sawed, with prlide Fencing
Board*, white Pine and geminek. $lB
stook is not only large, but bis arrange
ments are such that hpantfell at the very
lowest cash. fait eo as ta n tly'ts
hand, Blacksmith,, Lline-hurners' and
Stove COAL. tf
The great amount of time consumed by
the hulks In dressing sad arranging
their trair,uku.rozpikv,a.,' " 914, which
would lessen their labor particularly de
sirable. Ring's , Vegetabie Ambrosia
leaves the hair In such Condition as to
render the dressing and arraogiug a
very eaq'utakter. 6 ttgiakita tki it th*
aWasditi giaaaY 411441f§4imaQ mµah au
uMted, c4agtugla the scalp, from, dandruff
411 Wood*, 14R 1 Drtrt4 rgMs„ .60 d 4
promotes Ite growto, ana resume gray
gair.ig, its erfginal eater: June It. let
.De. liagat at Paris, amp at the 1.13 1 1 81
em u el/ t chemists of hipri says, when
lodine pen be dtanoeti: . pale we
the t,pated. Dr:
v, most estantshtur ?pew
is ladies ttintehesd inputs water, and the
most satontehing Mei* 'hatsivitellyeSise
he nab tn 6 -ma Of somfultstnd ell Orme
to saisenees,... t ri •
LVirrt.twollar, Pa., June 29,18G*
Ma. STAMLE—Deaf Sir:—ln iisur tat
paper I t otlift4 ab 4eCOlipt, (clipped frog
a Darrlskurepager,liitating that seve
boys Laid bilen steniby Ificustiantl thag
they, hjiii alfMiettlirotu_Utit elitslienf tit
stings. If this stafetnent be true, the lo
cust sting is as fatal to its victims as the
axe of Antoine Probst W 111 , to the Deer
I have closelyand niinutely studied
nature of fheTocußf slid
for the 'belie* Of thaw !silo so much
dread the sight of a locust and its fatal
sting, I will state that it is contrary to
the ppytikilmiltal end analeinitAi nature
and construction or the locust to sting, us
the bee or other insects of that class. Its
ovipositor Is designed only for the legiti
mate purpose of depositing its eggs, and
contalus no secretions of a poisonous
character. The locust has no stinger in
dependent of Its ovipositor.
The history of the locust, from the ac
count given of it in Exodus down to the
preseut, , furnishes no authentic Instance
of any one ever dying from the sting of a
locnet. Though they have been so nu
merous in some places as to destroy eve
ry living particle of vegetation, and have
thereby caused famine, not one word bas
ever twee said about them causing ,death
by stinting:by any stlehtific or historical
writer. If a locusts mashed on the slip,
the fluid of the locust being acrid will
cause some inflammation, which is some
times mistaken for a sling or bite.
It has &so been stated that persons
have been poisoned by eating vegetables
over which the loCusts have crawled, &c.
To prove this to hen false notion, I will
only refer -sou to Mr. Chambers' Ency
clopaedia, which states that the "locusts
are eaten In many countries, roasted, or
fried in butter. They are also prteerved
in brine, or dried in the sun. They thus
appear In the markets of Arabia, Syria,
Egypt, Madagascar, ere., and they are
even exported as an article of commerce."
U. W. DENSON, M. D.
A meeting -of the thannissionen4
named in the act Incorporating the "Ad
'erns County Railroad Company," was
held at the house of John Recker, In
Petersburg tY. S.) on the Mrd of June.
AU the Commissioners except two were
present, and much interest was manifes
ted-by them, as well as by many other
gentlemen present, In the proposed rail
Co). John Wolford was elected Presi
dent, and dep. W. W. Wright Secre
, Tho object of the meeting was then
stated to be, And, to lift the Charter
granted by the Legislature ; and second,
to take meaaurea for raising money for a
survey of the proposed route. The ne
cessary amount of money to procure the
Charter was at once raised on the spot,
and the following named Committee
wasdappointed to procure the requisite
means for having the survey made:
Col. John Wolford, President and
Dlllsburg—gee.- W. -Wagner, oeorge
Law, J. .1. Moore, P. 0. Miller andJease
Ciearapring—Edward Dick and David
Fraoklintowu--Capt. Jo/ Klugh
Iluutingtoro toward' ip—Ephraim Hite
shew, Hartman di Sadler, John D. Beak
er, Latnhaw &Orrice, Mrs. Jane Read,
Boreas W. Ziegler, J. Franklin Gardner,
Wm. B. Gardner. Isaac Sadler, Thomas
G. Neely,- John William Wierman,
Lewis W. Heiken and Wesley gadler.
Latiniore township—Abraham Fisher,
Joseph Fickle, Abraham Ziegler, T.
Brenneman, F. N. W. Bowers and
-Conrad E. Myers.
Reading township—Adam S. Myers.
The following resolutions were then
First—That the sums paid by parties
to the survey and; charter fund be credi
ted to them ou the Stock Subscription
IN when opened, as sonnuelsmopey
Second—That the next meeting of the
Commissioners shall be held at the
"Nelson House" In Dillsburg, York
county, PL, at 2 o'clock, P. Id., on the
Ist day of August next.
Third—That the President Is author
ized to calla special meeting of the Com
missioners previous to August Ist, if at
any time elreumstancen should render
such action necessary or advisable.
Fourth—That as the object of thin
meeting is one of public interest, the ed
itors of the several newspapers in Ad
ams, York and Cumberland counties be
requested to publish an abstract of the
It is proposed to have the preliminary
surveys made as soon as the necessary
IMAM. east - ha -raised Sur-the purpose.
Two lines will he examined from a
"point at or near York Spriugs"—one to
connect lurid' the fltunberiand Valley
Railroad at or near Meehanlcsburg, arid
the other to connect with the Northern
Central Railway, at or near New Cum
berland. , lolly Woi,Folte,, , President.
W. W. WRIUMT, Secretary.
Wk: are assured that the lirm of East
man & Banda% 65 Hanover Street, Bos
ton, Mass., advertised in our cohimus, is
trustworthy and reliable. Fur ]t CO.
they send a patent pen fountain, and a
cheek describing an article to be sold for
SL Their cittb system of selling goods
Is becoming ltulte popular, 'particularly
with the ladles. It is worthy of a trial.
Its tkioirlilifroAs ;Le - ) 6,4,14a45e.—1n
this it differs Iron] all hair dyes. By its
use luxurianegrowth Is guaranteed, nat
ural color and gloss are restored. One
trial will cause you to say this of Mrs. S.
A. Allen's Improved (new style) I-lair
Restorer or Dressing, (in one bottle.
Every Drnggist sells it, Price One Dol
lar. July S. lm
Communion Wine.—We have been
shown specimens of sacramental or pure
Juke Wine, prepared by Mr. Alfred
6peer, of Passaic, N. J., out of the Port
Grape, which he cultivates in this coun
try. In taste it assimilates to port, with
out its heating qualities, being absolute
ly free from spirits further than Its
,fertnentittitiulinithl: Preference is
given to it over all other wines in New
York and other hospitals as a tonic, gen
tle 1100,1141 t, i tiretio Auld , sudorific.
Mr. r 1 / 4 1' 11714 yea* experi
menting la' the pit:Kb:talon &This wine,
and the Tieweist wine be sells is four
Plait Or lf,ttleti Opt druggists have
got in a supply. It
W USN Grant's inhuman order
expelling WO Jews from their ,homes
reached Washington, Ron. George E.
Pendleton, with beeoroiug ladhrtuttloof
moved tireolligese a vote of oeuvre flit
the act., ',thigh cane
,wittritt two votes of
passing. Even Lincoln 'was iaahoeked
at Grant's brutalltx,.that under the spur
of Penslielionill atarpeohiptly
revoked the order.—
A Sr. Lows paver potaiehea a long
PM' 4IEW:4 'tol , 10 3 41 ' , tiro hundred Is
ca fl ea of *at 04, "lis 'wbfula Oterd'e
order kireprodosed and depot:treed. Thi
2rwlC Madder -1 K anything of a pert!.
spirit, 01100 that le tithi'saipo ore
Hediesio,eoroe - C.4oofar yellow, arid borne
*MslO 4l O l 6 'Nit mitt!" the 4eterettee•
MU co 1444011 (4241411m0c0c4,..
Tnis Rev Ofisasints' voirhodocerstrt.'
Ii has o wriiirlr4ool — "E'tliVnaili
wlthoai , imam ho, is I man
withoutAninl, ,, Vinclo4l,l9
nill:Kli ' WO 4ff yr ' -
No life, there Is nothing afford' v
iptinatrimmung.ll mic.,..r, ~... : --=. Ni
AMA/ 4 Ti."l:4
WHO 113 IT?
et.rtyie good enough
whom 1 ts they have really
nominated fly Presidencno as we may
knosingainsi yre isiire to contend ;
for, 114 e beaveltoonlindlag Richard, we
beglekin dank Rtherfhealx Riohnionds
in the field." is it Hiram Ulysses Grant,
as Grant senior asserts his son was chris
tened; or Ulysses Hiram Grant, as the
son himself .1004, (0) , Digli lA* olme at
West Pointy, or Klzeesmpssip_Gtigt,
as he was entered upon the books of that
academy try hit &rend rink patron, and
as, we ,kiehey.e, his frienpao,ryl, (tips elf
areeifil Ind the habit otesilingiiini? We
understood that the Chicago Convention
i tinted oue I:lpotesi S. G rant for Pres
ident. Now suppose—end we wish this
to be emphasized as a eerj large suerose:
—the said Ulysses S.' Grant should be
elected, whore going is be daring enough
to administer, to a bogus acid pretending
U/yeiresS. Grant, the saored GIRO"
belonging to the real Tillers Yrlplaea
Grant or Ulysses Hiram Grant? Every
tyro of the law knows that If a writ in
tended to be served upon Mr. John
is banded to that gentleman
with the rare and singular cognomen of
John Smith upon it, the said Mr. John
Smyth will snap lila lingers at the blun
dering document; bow much more eare
fill, therefore, should wo be in Angling
out the right man in this wilderness of
Grunts. The matter is really becoming
serious. The literary world has always
been bothered about the real name of the
groat author of "Pelham," but then it
did not matter the toss of a button wheth
er we were admiring the works of Sir
Edward Lytton ilialwer, or Sir Ilulwer
Edward Lytton, or Sir Lytton Edward
}wiser, or Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton.
But here is a very different matter we
have to contend with. It would be 11
sorry Joke indeed if, after elevating to
the Chief-magistracy ef our great Repub.
lie a Ulysses S. Grant, we should find
that the honor was intended—in the lan
guage of Mr.Toodies—not for "this man,
but another man." We again implore
the Radicals to lot us know whom they
have nominated for the Presidency, and
we respectfully acconipany the request
with the question whether they don't
think their nominee—even if having no
policy of his own—should at least know
enough to know his own name ? World.
SHENK° there Is Wale tioUkALLS to Grant's
real name, the New Orleans Picayune
suggests that he be styled the "so.ealled"
U. S. Grant.
Plereettaltkuit Tail . le.
Es cry one at thnee feels the agoewetty of sane
thing to tune up the s) Mem depreiiiiud by nientiti
or bodily exhaustion., Ai iamb times let every
one, Instead of taking akeiholle or medicinal
etimulants, reinvigorate his debilitated epitome
liy the natural Wale elements of tie '
or Protected Solution of the Protoxide of 800,
which Italian and ouritatee the Motel by euP
plybutt it with Its Li/e Element, IKON.
Being free from Alcohol In any form, Ile weer
gamy died+ are not /Wetted by turretweedieg rear.
Bee, but are permute's., infusing areateont
vinon and saw mew Wean parse of Inceptive";
and building up au IIWIf COPINTYTITTIONT.
WM. BTEBLINO, tlity., of Poughkerptie, N.
"Htotu, Wiling the Ports visit Isy rap I foul tx t ter,
my strength Is ltnprot id, my bowels are regular,
my appetite firsterale."
.Ttens le an old Physician In (Ms city, (older
than I are) who has been la the brag business
for 411 years, who has used the Syrup for three
mouths, anti glees It sa hie decided optimal, that
It is the best Altvratisot Tonk MelkieitlO he ever
For D1,11 . i.1^41t,14.1111.11, mill FFAIAJJL WCAK
NIDeIhA, the Peroviikti !Syrup l 4 u speelhe. A ..r.!
pogo pamphlet eopt free. Thu genuine law "Ps.
Itt - rtsk riTxt.re" blown In the glam.
J. P. DINMMOftE, Proprietor
311 Dry 'Street, New York.
Hold by all Druggists.
We are conalinttly hearing favorable reports
from those who have tried this remedy. Amy
Anthony, wife of Nark Anthony., at WS city,
and living a& No. ti Locust :street, alfil , ted with u
felon on the finger, Was recently induced tO make
a trial 01 the Salt e. Almost luastattstly slap expe
rts:wed reUelfrosa WapsUy which had siels al
most uneutlumlile. Every other reanklY hit
Ws panted Unavailin twos who have Wssl
It mhos are satisfied v / Its merits, and notWjut
will Induct them to be without a supply .—/rsli
July 3, tN,9, Isn
kip Valk Winkle
waking up from lAN nup of twenly y..firg, if It.
• could only.baN • nizit•lkined
Wri itERED LAX:Ks
With CILIKTADOWYS 1)1111 1 , would Woked
A YOUNG XAN -
again. Harr Moos, Indoed, le the effect of
OPYRIOTADORO'S HAIR DYE,
In rejuvenaLinf Why
yield to Time when you can battle him? Manu
factured by J. CIUSTAIX)RiI, 68 MalderrJane,
New York. Sold by all Druggbds. Applied by
all Hair Dreesera
July 3. lea
MIMS Et cry Norseman Warns.
A gond, cheap, and reliable Ithiment. Such an
art - Idols Dr. Tohhor I
VItNITIAN 'HOME LINIMENT,
In pint bottles, at -One Donor. For Li 11.114104.1,
Cuts, Galls, Coll; Sprains, be., warranted cheap.
er than any tabor. It is toted by all the great
hotnemen oil Long Island coarees. It will not
cure the Won-bone uor tipat lu, as therd fa uo
Liniment to existeaen that. will. Vika. it In afar
tool to eons it putatively does. No otetterey horses
wilt be trilhoia d after trying one Doak. One done
mistress/id oftea saver the life of an co or-beats&
or driven horse. For Colic and Bellynehr it kin
never Wien. Just an sure to the nun tines, Just
so sere is this valuable Liniment to he the Horse
Embrocation of the day, noe name and all. De
pot, Oortlandt Street,-Nov 'Tort 330,1 by all
the Drtiggints and Etorekeepen,.
July 3, I 5 5. lm
lathe only tniallihie Hair Preporat ion for
RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
COLOR AND PROHOTiKIeITS GROWTH,
It Is toe cheapen preputatlou twee ofrefed tots.
Pahfir, mono bottle will hut Wooer and
accomplish more thou three bot
tles of any Other preparation.
Our Renewer Is not a Dye; it will not stain the
skin soother, le w 11l keep the Flair from
falling eat. it eleatariewthe Scalp,
and makes the Hair
SOFT, LUHTIIOI.7k, AND SILKEN.
Our Treallee on the Hair la sent fere by mall.
R. P. HALL & Op. i Nashua. N. IL. Proprietors.
Yer oak. ley , ail dineralivta
July 3, lint lm
A New 114weey for Illowsaimpticux.
A Physician who had Consumption for seseral
years, with frecgtent bleedingaof the lungs, cured
himself with a Medi/dab altinnan to the_tito
person, or who has any Enowladge of Its virtues ,
and he can serelbe the degree ft health he now
enjoy. to nothfrra hat the tweet ills medicine;
and nothing but utter eropair and entire extinc
tion of all hope of reogotry, toeetberwltho wont
of confidence in all others Induced bum to loam
the experiment. thole suffering with any
diseabe Um Lump he proffers Welt/nen lie
Confidently believes will eradicate the deem..
tdadjolue sea t by atxpr,6 tigAlkfor a elraoler or
mink/ • 'U$-E. OW &MOAN , * fret43o,
No. */ North Tenth Street, Ph
Nay ti, 1368, /Y
*Pim. I. O.* 1404•••
DR. OUPOFICO'S . CIOLDgIf PERIODICAL
PILLS FOR FEMALES. In rallibleent mhvetio.
tntlrregniaritim, Renewing Obstructions et Om
Month!) , now, E. m" whatever Value, Mtn, al.
"%Alt Bnecesefut so it POeven tie% -
Females pecuttarir Arittlated. Qr thrift
themselves so, are csultioned mpahalitt thrif t
talla w,hile In that common len to
mlecarriatm," alter IrSitrlCMlßoilliket. thetPla-
Pr 'env idiom es nu reapominhinty annehalk thole
"Minnow'pslepil m. eorolt whweimas health.
Price Si f ,
s ' id urdea jt "..
A "ll 64 tA
11 can aye ene
to way part of thealosaararAFPl4.6a"
Map 1, Wea. to , ,
New Marriage guide.
AN MAY WM YON
gkal_Errors,Abt ga d -
JOURNEYMENOARitI6 : ERS
COM WAO'iN wilt Ge given hofint-chwhaudpi
Apey Inmettlately to
IV. C. NTALUMMI dt 1601 g,
May LI, IA IS. If
Good wages re rollelast e11if1039,14.0t 111VPII
kiN NY ill %
Grit) %burg, Jitnerld,llfti.
New Boot and. Bios Store.
D. KITZMILLER & BRO.,
GErrawa EIBQ, PA.,
YORK STREET, OPPOSIISI THE HARR,
Bid et the Big Boot.
ti E untlentlgned beivergpitail /WIF Boni adid
vibes Mums* Yalta Whet, liettyiburg. Is
tads rens tly sesupled bf Nollx+ J laslairtorY.
sad haws lent reesised awe taw eity a Isms *A
BOOTS 4• SHOES,
(or (irlitlemen'N ladle.' and CM. Weitr
ItAI.MORA 4. dAtrtum,
We alas, TU ORDER, all
klaola 1“)0 dk he rot k bolus outdo
up of beat out terlabl nod Isy nrat-Mass oteasuru.
The aeulor partner bra been Its the tokaluraa tor
oNa.r 14 'aura owl perg000ll) aoperlutuipla all
ork outfle op. We napoethill) - lava° thy at•
leatiou of tlt • publlt, to our oitolollalintent, awl
hope Is) atria lutt.esillou to Intension. 111111 11) w , Il.
11111 at Issu eat earls priteg. to 111ae eistlee ratla•
DAVID K ITZMII.I.I. It,
JACOU A. liITZIIII.I.hIL
.1 1.1.10 ..43, 1468, II
72 B. VO !RP
noadffrelentd law reniorrd Jib tundyr
I, Yard to the uortlt.reat corner nt Stratton
/stret and the 'Cannata, told lifty yerdfl Mau liie
old location, where he will be Algol to lotto nil In
want of Lumber to cell. Ills stock is target than
seer beforv, unq constant addition* are Wind
moat. to It. Ito hew _
WHITE PINE PI.ANIC, INCH AND HALF
INCH LIOAUDI4 PIAXIIIINO. WANT
LIND. PALIl4(erl, IDA, Al., .kO.
all of which, will Imc goid at the komert Ilvinß
rut... call and Judge for ourptelvea. my Loat
her In good nod cannot fall to give aatislaction.
JACOII 1411 EA 1114.
Is-A large tut of RIVER PINE 511,N01.1..rt or
gals Very cheap.
liattyabula:May 2i, 11$. if
...1(4 2?3 if CI rA' BA"
r nit: tioderelpmed lute estiblisheti a PL ANLMO
IMILL, on Sleigh creek, (our miler Irolo lirt•
Valium, al which he will manufacture
DOORS AND DOOR FRAUDI,
WINDOW RANH AND YRAMIII4,
Chair mud W.I. Boards, with ever) thing pl.•
made at inch • Metmy, and neecied la the build
lug Hoe. The Motor Wisdom will always be wort,
all thoroughly dried. a kiln hovitig been mg up
lOC the purpose.
Ordere solicited. iml promptly attended to.
Prima as low as the lowest, as& ory effort MS&
to .mom amoitumers.
JOHN n. PPOrT7-
frIE nun of SOPEn NiceARTNEY have iv
inwroal to North Baltimore area. near Mr
aniond, east Ilkle, In the Min litnnneltY
pled by ihiviLl Fltstnlller. We have on band ft
ehotee anaortlllClAL Of
(0011.1 1111 d Silver,) -
J E W E L R Y,
of ul/ kinds and latent styles, Silver and Plated
Ware ; also flue Goal, Silver and Steel '
of the beat manufacture. Also, Violins. (lunar/I,
Aooordeuus, Fluter, Flfea, die, Violin awl (Inlldar
a li q7; . epo /c frfag o r done of as reake'w
ble,pr/res elarooke a re, and tenor claged.
past Lavoie., we solicit • eoutLuu
anou of the annin.
&OPER & .IJeCA.RTNEY,
BUGGIES & CARRIAGE&
MITE auderelguetl bee removed his Carriage
'. making shop to the east end of lblidie street,
Gettysburg, Pa. where he will wait/hue to build
ell kinds of wor k ill has line, yls
CARRIAGDI, TROTTING AND 'FALLING-TOP
BUGGIES, JAGGED, WAGONS, &C., &e.
Ilia'work lts all put up of good material and by
t=tal.'ont u, and eanwrsi tall r.
Re solicits orders, eoundeut that he can please -
116P411142 1 U Prturiptly dupe, at idodenite
W. IC. 05LLAOHER.
June *OA& ly
WATCHES WATCHES! !
is bitgelY iNNiaUMW in the Watch trail.. and A.
bast RILOWAti nova New Yuen only as unimoolar
attractive assortment. He melon mob biummios
as cannot foil to be oarlimaable to borers. NM
Moak mailrooms a Inge lot of time-
ELFILIMILIMED "AMERICAN wArinvolv
GOLD AND SILVER, via:
"P. d. D.rabarr - 1 017; . 16e41. 4 5iaa "Appktila
with Watt:hos of ithooet an other makes.
II you want CHE.traud'OClOD.Wateb, call ou
LEVIVIG writ( amp.,
At htt Gain., LUG bile Greer" •
nearly opposite the Depot, Gettyabarg, Pa.
&Tile eouttleurestheOrdeery, Notion end Cow
hethritery Mosinee', tie heretofore.
Jonah% blet et •
PEKETITAELL ZLASTIOS I NGE W.
1111 CHESTN UT STITET,
A SUBSTITUTE FOB
C , UItLED BAIR
CHEAT= SILO HAIR, AND
The Lightest, So ft est sad most Igastge sad Dura
ble nonmetal known, for
u a ttire', indwarnetible, Akita
antl tese from gen.
a DONS NOT PACK AT ALL! •
la &neaps ,free from Maxi, lifa ha perfeetly
healthy, end for the etek la undqualLed.
If soiled In any way, eas be renovated quicker
l uo ri st o rs , reg.va),,,
lIKALLSI, 40.. ,
-BaltPdad mee>b ospolladOploolied to exam.
Ina the CuehloolOponr,
- Rube SO, N N. ly
To eollelt ordeiper i ZiL
ARY OF THE Hi SOW XDITIOX IV N
UMIxn IX Muffs A, to MY PK. gurriec
cows HAirMi SaWair Wee wtl irdhaire, Illuv:_...
qh . t ...,...,...
mb i l e hfL .,..ll2f„_, •: wt . H t e l r i tir-E=l li r
The ChogreirotionaSS say. whoever lAD*, to
gehAek Use ehowDewl Rm. eke beat lADOWsweityla
Ms WS% ebesighWeerds. , ,
e.:Asenta erelamstalig wAtli smoom
gro - omapow au (Josoro& And osloo
Ismimosisoots so Clorsomona. Awe* me Me
14111•Iaaa of desUog..thoustly , wiuilik Oa .11/411i-
LAGARRIA, .Iroe oisodolpliwo 4811411=e 4 tai
partleaLeassibi WM& adikssatlie
J. B. BLEW a 00., Masao* Ohba.
t i ng b een ii N lA L t t ri
14111 711 - 111
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