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THE IGIVITTEBILTRII CONPILER
Si PCHLUIEZII ZVI/AY THIDAy,
BY H. J. STALILE,
Tzar/.—TWO DOLLARS per annum M Winner
—Two Dol./Jags sten }Wry Can Tull not
gold in advance. No subscription dire
oontinued, unite; at the Option of the pub
lisher, anti/ all arroaragos are glad.
AnvzieruisZENTS inserted at the usual rates.
—Large-reduction to those who advertise
by the year.
Jon PRINTING, of every description—from the
strotliest label or card to the Largest hind-
Mil or poster—done with dispatch, In a
workmanlike manner, and at the lowest
Orrzez on Baltimore street, a few doors above
the Court-liouse, on the opposite, aide,
with "Gettysburg Compiler °aloe" on the
Attoniies, Physicians, &c.
NeCONAUGHY, JOILW r. Bkdr7l7l,
ATTORNEYS ANI) CMiNSELLORS. '
kMeCONALICiIIY has musociated JOHN
.Di. ICRALTH, Esq., th the Practice of
Dr, at Ma &Mee, one door west of Buehler'.
rug Store, Chambemburg street.
- Special attention given to snits, collections
*nu settlement of estates. All legar bust-
IIeMS and claims to Pensions, Bounty, back
Pay, and Itamagta against United State., at
al/ tint., promptly and efficiently attend
ad to. •
Warrants located, and chat'! Farms
.for sale 1111 , ,wa and oilier NV...sten:ostate...
NS. A. IiURCA.Y,
A TTOILNLY AT LAW,
Wtll promptly attend to all
rein! modneite entreated to him, including
the pro,. urilig or remdonit, Bounty, Back Pay,
and nil other deltas agailletthe United States
and ',tote Governmenta.
(An,atn North-West corner of Difunond, Get
Apt II 15, I/7.' lf
JOS. If. LEFSVEIt.
TTORICET AT LAW
.01) promptly attend to collections, convey
cores, writing of deeds, knows,
other businaes entrusted to his ave.
tither on Frederick street, et the ofnce for
-trier]) of Dr. Short, and latterly that of Lint
Kinzer and Nehring.
:nay 22, tree. ly•
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Particular attootlon paid to
ectlork . 431' Penolone, Ikmnty, and back-
Par. OM, thel4. K tvrheraf the Diamond.
OettYAbarit, Aprll 8, ItltO. if
BDWAUID IL BUEHLER,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Will faithfully and prompt
ti'attend to all business entrusted to Ma - I.
g: =a i r pr e ti lti n ro n utL a' Arg,t,, ° . mce street, t
near Helier'. ilrug stare, and nearly oppo
site Ranier , tr. Zlegler's store.
JAVlNG , ,ineated at AfeK.NICiIiTetTOWN,
li (New tiletn,) Franklin township: Ad
/urns county, offers Lls professional services to
.the public. He !topes, by strict attentipa to
,professional duties, to merit a sharp of pat-
bitty V, i9P3. t f
DR. D. X. ECKNYBODE,
HAVING just returned from the University
of Maryland snd flimplials of Baltimore,
has biennia at HEIDLEILSBUItG, and offers
IN professional I,ervleßs to the public.
April 2i, 11
OFFICE I AND DWELkirewo.donn, from the
N. E. enrner of Baltimore and High atrerte,
near the eel') feriae, Church, Clettyaburg, Pa.
April H, Her.
Dr. Jr. J. IIireCLUAB,
Asuing permanently. located In New Oxford,
will pntetlee his profanation in ail Its branches.
His frieudn and all others denritti his pro
fessional .aervlces are requested to rail and
consult him at his office, lit Ilanover street. "
May it, 1.167. .If
RAVING LOCATED AT EAST BERLIN,
fli. - 7 - peit that by strict attention to his profess'.
atonal duties he may merit a share of the
publ lc patromtga,
April 2, ISM. 12 •
DR. R. B. RLDERDICR, .
ANNOUNCES to his Mends and the public
that he has returned to NEW 'SALEM
resumed practice. 01lice at the Hotel.
.licKulatitatown P. 0., Adams ocuuty, Pa.
July 17, MS. hoe
‘FAILIMED the Practice of Medicine
t a . :CTLEMTOWN, _sad offers tits eer
y'," t o th e public. °Mee at his house, curr
ner street and Foundry alley,
near the Railroad. Special attention given to
Skin Diseases. •
Littlestown, Nov. 8, 1F47.
J. LAWRENCE HiLL, IL RI •
Has his office one dclor west of the
Pthenln eburCh to Chambersburg street, and
opposite Dr. C. Hunter's omen where those
wishing to have any Dental ISPerat3"i-P.r
fortned are respectfully invited to call. mar
sutericas Dro.• Ifornerr 4 ev. Prof. 24, Jacobs,
D. Prof. 31. L. Maurer.
Gettysburg,. April 14'53.
nth PORT I ZIEGLER,
Washington etveet, One alnare from
the Eagle Hotel, GETTYMBURG, Pa. Con
stantly on hand, the beet of
BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES I PRETZELS.
Persons wishing fresh Bread will be served
every morning, by leaving their namea and
lresidencesat the Battery. Every effort made
to plosee. Give no a call.
April 31), 1803, tf.
Boot and Shoe, Emporium,
TWO Doom ROUTH OF THE PfLESBYTE
'WAN CHURCH. -
THE undersigned ban Run returned from
the city with the beat and cheapest varies
ty of Bitola, Shoes and Gaiters, for Spring and
Summer, ever offered In Gettytburg. Ills
Mock connate of
LADIES' CS:WORMS GAITERS,
LADIES' BALMORAL GAITERS,
LADIES' COMMON GAITERS,
LADIES RID SLIPPERS, all Myks,
LA DIEN . MOROCIX) 13ALMOBAYS,
IN LARGE VARIETY.
GENTS' FRENCH CALF Bans,
GENTS' AMERICAN CALF BOOTS,
GENTS' RIP - BOOTS,
GENTS' CONGRESS GAITERS,
GENTS' CALF BA LMORALS.
<ANTS' SLIPPERS, ell styles!,
CIENTS' BROGANS &C., &U.
IA littiFS' CONGRESS GAITE_Fri,
MIMES' BALMORAL GAITEsis,
MISKEY MOROCCO BALMORALS,
BOYS' OONGREES GAITERS,
BOYS' CALF BA.LMORA LS,
HOPS' BROGANS, AC., IC.
INFANTS' SHOES. all
lB LABAE VARIETY.
Boots and Shoal anis own man ufacdue
constantly on hand.
All will be sold at the lowest living profile.
Bnyors, from town and country, are vited
to eall iaid examine goods and priers before
"um/lasing elsewhere, feeling eriaddent that I
• Memo all who 1/111,V can.
TCe MAN LiFACTIIIIING of Bootat Shoe.
az ajo,,i te .wFlu aim be married ea. in all It.
branches, as ,`dare,' Repairing dote on abort
notice. By e ini . 71 1 4 Pans Mit first -clam
workmen, and peas but tits choicest
leather, be feels confide:: r .‘ 1 • 44 ,,,i," 1 • 1 • 1 1•,L e
.: ^ 4
former reputation. Geriat
left undone to deserve
Thankful for peat favors, he st.taß• a •••''
of ptiblle j*tbma r ' ll. SLIITGEL.
bleUribilrE Apall 17, Itil.
POT.7 . I"'Z'S
MG MID RUNT 1101CiNE DEPOT,
NO. 116 FRANKLIN STREET,
D the dhoti/ration Oahe co-partnership of
8. A. Pouts "ilrigris., August Ist, MD, 1,
David E. Fo
paatnre n i tor member of mid Ms=l
ing A r a rfn U foola,foralltun
in and to the manufacture of Patent Mbil.
eines ; and, baying devoted much am's
and labor In gaining a thorough knowledge
in the compounding of Dimepreparations, I
am fully prepared to offer to the community
7 0 ^,
OOLITZ'S FAMILY MEDICINES
pure and unadulterated, namely: Forvz's
,_`ollxliona—Fogm's UTZ INVIGORATOR OR
iIICALITI RESTORER— FODTEB VEGETABLE
LIVER PILLB—FoOTES CODGH RTRUP L
FO CELEBRATED Hones AND CArns
Powntee Huntmaa's BeasAnic COUGH
• DAVID- F 01777.
Agent niv "Da. Cittevre MAtOSITIC BALYL
&VDPLIVITIVQ 7 the ••DNICS OINTICZNT,'
and the "12180.4 zrsomrs Emus."
girl shoe have on hand a full easortment
Of - .
• MUGS, PAINTS, OILS,
whiaow-owe; Retreats and Brener all
Meson; an the popular Patent Medicines of
the day; Perrumeriateir 0110, Hair Dyes, and
hundreds of A
artldie ne ekeepere. Come
ex eded by erchants.
Ferment ein Hom-
Moltke my Mock sad ;diamond if I cannot
cult you, you armor be culled In Baltimore.
ErAvw E. FORT?
At the old stand. ltlirrankitirstreet.
Feb. 21. iest,
BEM , 1, , K. GES.
:W IN ~I tiIIrRIPMIW - I t a
• ! : -- t" ne es wia, . recent Act
ai 7 inv
ea ps. ra l.l o c a t i t r .
'ran.egr Reenniir . c744leMe county.
a, Mi. tr
ZVI, sin Prtati,
M 4 1 0. p) ctiftkikgrair
G . FTT y sBERG •
ma y ..
4 06 •
.124:4 -4 ti t i sA C5 : ,1411 jI
By 11. J. Stable
Hoojiarall s German Tonic.
THE GREAT HEMEDIEN
FOE ALL DI/JEAN/3 Or
THE LIVER, STOMAcrt, an DI
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
are =eof the pure alert (or, as they
dHy termed, thlracfs) of Roots,
Herbs, and Barks, makluga preparation,
eonoentrated, and entirely /Tee Tram alm
hate tgdmixtures ol any kind.
HOOFLAND'S 'ARRAN TONIC
/a 1 combination of all the ingreqlents of
the Bitters, with the purest quality of,Suntu
Ocuu Rays, Orange, itc., making one of the
moat .pleasant and agreeable remedies ever
elli , red to the public.
Thoae - preferring a Medicine free from Alco.
one adiunixture, will use
Hoofland's German Bitters.
Moat who have no ottlection to the comb)
nation of the ISlttrn, as stated, will use
'Hoeflend's German Tonle.
They are both equally good, and contain
the - saute nucilcal virtues, the choice be
tween the two bring a mere matter of taste,
the Tonic being the most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of causes. such
as Indigestion, Dysis psis, ,em - nus
etc, is very apt to have its funettons de
reled. The Lb, er, sympathizing as It does
withthe Stomach, then becomes affect( d, the
result of which Is that the patient sutlers from
several or more of the ((Mowing diseases:
CONSTIPATION, FLATUI.RINC'E, INWARD
FULL:NE(Is OF DIANA" To THE
HEAD. ACII(ITY OF THE sromAcii,
HEART-BURN , DISGUST
FOR POOH, SULI.NEss olt WEIGHT
TIONS, SINKING OR FLUTTER
ING AT THE PIT OF THE STOM-
nefi, t , WIIII,4INfi ol."1111: HEAP,
111111.RIED (Jit 1)11 , VICUIN BREATH
ING, FLUTTERING AT THE REAM
CHOKI:k:G Olt SUFFOCATING SENSA
TIONS WHEN IN A LYING FOSTL RE,
DihINF/4.8 OF VISION ISIS Olt \VEILS
BEFORE THE NIGHT, DULL PAININ
THE HEAD DEFICIENCY OF PERSPI-
RATION, YLLOWNE. 6 4SOF THE SKIN
AND EYES PAIN IN aIit:SIDE, BACK,
CH F.:4T, ' LIMBS I.TC., SUDDEN
FLUSHES OF - HEAT, BURNING
IN TILE FLESH, CONSTANT
AdININGE4 OF EVIL, AND GREAT
DEPRESSION OF sPIyITS.
The gofferer from three disesteem hould ex
ereige tI grentegt caution In the selection
Of a remedy for his ease, purehludng Only that
which he la Bemired front bin 111N.tigatIonii
a co ng i f i =g r . e‘ f lu r :gg e et r t u r i u n e i m k r u ri r t ii lg s alt z ll tg lful
eras, and bee estahllehed for dteelf a reputa
tion Inc the core of these .11,engg. hi this
oonneetion we would submit. those well
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTPRS
HOOFLAN'D'S GEE lAN TONIC
PREPARED BY DS. C. D. J 4CKBON,
Twenty-two yearn since they were find in
truditaNl into thin country from tiermany,
iturirfir which time they have undoubtedly
performed more i•tires, and le•nefited suffer
ing humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies known to the puhlte.
These remedlea will effectually care Liver
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspep.fa, Chronic pr
Nervous Dchtthy, ChronleDiatrinea, Disease
attic fildneyn, and all Diseases arising (rum a
Disordered Liver, SLYntach, or Intestines.
Rea RSA from any Cause whatever; PROS
TRATION OF THE SYSTEM, induced by
Severe Labor, 'Hardships, Expo
sures, Fevers, tke.
There Is' no medicine extant equal to theta,
remedies Itt.such eases. A tone and vigor is
Imparted to the whole eyetem, the akar
tite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, the
stomach digests promptly, the blood Is pu
rified, the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yellow tinge is eradicated
the eyes, a bloom Ls given to the cheeks, and'
the weak and nervous invalid becomes a
strong and heal by being.
PERSONS ADP ANCEDIN LIPS.
And feeling the kand of time weighing heavb
ty upon them, with all its attendant illa,will
find in the use of this BITTERS, or the
TUNIC, SO elixir that will Instil new life Into
the veins, reidore ins measure the energy and
ardor of more youthful day a build up their
shrunken forms, and give health and happi
ness to their remaining )ears.
It. to a wen-established fact that fully one
half of the female portion of our population
are seldom In the enjoyment of good health;
or, to use their own expmssion, "never feel
Well." They are languid, devoid of all energy,
extremely - nervous, and have no appetite.
To this class of persons the BPITERB, or
the TONIC, Is especially recommended.
WEAK dc DEDICATE CHILDREN
Are made strop it by the flee Of either of
these remedies. They will cure every came of
IdAltfiAtlLlS, without fall.
Thousands of certificates have aficumu - •
In the hands of the proprietors, but ep_asse will
allow of the publication of but few. Those, It
will be observed, are men of note and of such
standing that they must be believed.
Hon. Geo. W, Woodward,
Chief Justice Of the Supreme Court of Ps.,
phibudelpAia, March 18, 1807.
'1 And 'Hooftand's tierman Bitters' is a
good tonic, useful to diseases of the digestive
glity n , L a s n o d d w o lf arcTite b rToul t acTion hlity " s:
(mu. Your. truly , iJEO. W. WOODWARD."
Hon. James Thompson,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Penury,lvdnla
Philadelphia, Aprll :IX, 1686.9
consider 'lloottand's German Itittans'
on/sable INGette(ll6 in case of attacks of Indiges
tion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
nay experience ollt. Yonne, with respect,
From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, -0. D.,
Pastor of the Tenth el Bapt ist Church, Phila
13r. Jackson—Dear Sir: I have been fre
quently requested to connect my name with
rooomulendationa of different kind , . of medi
cines, but regarding the practice as out of
my appropriate sphere, have in all cage:.
declined: but with A cheer proof in Various
Instances and partlettlarlY in my own family,
of the usefulness: of Dr, Itood , ,mlll German
Bitten', I depart for once from my usual
course, to express my full oonvlctiou that,
lee pc:textt debUdy of the spasm, citui erpecloi-
Eitfor Doer Itnaminint, dila a cafe and sonsobte
preparation. In some cases It may fail ; but
usually, I doubt not,it will be very beneficial
to those who suffer front the above causes.
Yours, very respectfully, J. It. KENNARD,
Eighth, below Coates St.
From Rev. E. D, Fendall i
Aasistant Editor Christian Chronicle, Milady.
I Lowe derived decided benefit from the UiP
of Hoodand's German Slitters, eud feel it my
privilege to recommend them us a most vale-,
able tonic, to all who are suffering from gen , .
eral deblifty or from geseaacs arising from
derangement of the liver. ,Yours truIy. D.DENDALL.V;
Roonond's Garman Remedies &neon •-c
-felted. Hes that tpe sillimiure of C. M. JACK
SON, is an tint wrapper Of ePal7 Mane All
others are counterfeit.
Principal omee and Manufactor at the
phla. Pa. MedktneSicire, No.
CMAILLEX , BEANs, Proprietor,
Forinerlyte. M. JACKS' ON a 00.
Hootlantre earn= Bitters, per t
osen, . 00, - $1 go
linollandli Germs* TOnle. put up in quatl.
bottles, $1 66 porpottle, or a half dozen for
r- S 7 60.
Sa-Do net knee to examine well the
title you bey. IS order to get the genuine.
SirPor sale by prnigiste generally.
Jan. 17,1809. ly
" A DESIRABLE
AT PRIVATE SALE
riME undoes offal* at Priento
as DOBJEW - NWELLWO, iht ttM
ionetke Ci the TssisyWastri and Em- t +
mittaborg roads, Like borough of Get
tysburg. Tbs heave L subs
Wit. of Maas, and eontalio twolVa
mem Then la astronawirer-fraling Spring
of firaborate water 1 4 We basement, and 1,44
Mires of lAnd ocsitinnad with it. TheOn,
non la a vary t one, and with allr u ;
additional pa. 00014-be nods Able of
the most bta and desirable boning la
the borough or Re vicinity,
• JOHN RUPP,
Nov. 15. EEL tf •
mug undersiimsd, - Auditor, appointed by
I . the Orphan's Mort of Adams county, to
make distribution of the betimes remidninit
In the hands of Julian Oyler, Administratrix
of the estate of Jaoob K. Oyler, deceased, who
raw Administrator of the estate of Valentine
Oyler, late of Franklin township. Adams co..
deceased, to sad among UK:riles entitled
to receive the same, hereby yes notice that
he will alt at Ma *Zoe. In Oat Tabora. on BAT
IIRDAY, the Oth day at AMMO? mat, at it
o'clock, A. if., to Meehan. the dotal a Ma
tend. and whereaU parties In-
E. B. BI2IIEBIAM, Auditor.
irrONEY.—roe rag, dear, atom pore NON
-1114. SY, con be hod at
isrruesTowzi,Ams cocryrr, PA
TtiE undersigned, having purchased the
"Globe Inn" property, in Gettysburg
street, Llttiestown, would most respectbilly
Invite s share of the public's patronage.
He promises the best the market can afford
for his table. with the choicest Iltinon In his
bar, and comfortable beds and chambers.
With considerable experience, he thinks' he
can Justly claim that he knows how to keep
' There Is large stabling attaehed, as well
as gross lots ler droves. Anattentive ostler
always on hand—none other than an accom
modating one allowed on the premises.
He Invites a large enure of custom, and
will spare no ellbrt to deserve It. _. _
LI Gletoirn, May 2.1, ISO 3. a
• 'EAGLE HOTEL,
IsTEW OXFORD. ADAMS COUNTY, FA.
ITMEUndentlitned haVingpo rehaaed the !Ur
i. tin Hotel property. la New Oxford, AtiaMs
county, will conduct it in future, untier the
name of thet'Egle .He pledges` him
self to spare no effort for the comfort. of his
guests. Ills table shall have the best the
market- can afford, and his bar the choicest
'Mums. His chambers are spacious, and Mi
not fall to give satisfaction. There la cOM
triodlous stabling attached to the Hotel,
which will be attended by a reliable and me
commodating natter. The proprietor hopes
to receive a liberal share Of public patronage,
arid will always try to deserve-it. Remem
ber the "Eagle," in the ntotheast Corner of
the Diatutind, ew Oxford.
HENRY Wl} T.
March 13, POI. tf
EIGHT MILES FRO .11 GEITY,UIL'ILU
E. P. KITTINGER, Prop'r.
MAE undersigned, having thoroughly retlb
fed the NA'riONAL jp - frEL.,th C;aghtown
with the Springs attached thereto, Invites the
attention of the public to his superior ac
cotunoxiations. Persons desiring to spend a
few weeks or months In a healthy neighbor
hood, o ith the advantage, of pure mountain
air, dolly baths, trout-dolling. &e., eon find
no More attractive place. Visitors to Gettys
burg and the Battle-field can reach it in a
maple hours' Tide over a good road.
The Stabling accommodations are among
the best in the county. A good table and the
beet of tt'lnes and Liquors. Charges reason
E. P. ETITINGER.
June is, 1999. am
CITA3IBERSSURG ST., GETTYSBURG, PA
WM. E. MYERS, PROPRIETOR.
is -- a
new House, fitted tip in the most
apprm ed style. Its location Is pleasant,
central and COW. enlent. Eery armngemgnt
has been made fur the accommodation and
control t 01 guests. The Table will always
have the best of the market, 'and the Bar the
best of wines and liotore.
. . .
There is chnutiolltons Stabling attached
with : an aceounnettathtg ostler always et
This Hotel La now open for the entertain
ment of the pub] le, and ashore of patronage is
.Ileited. No edort trill be spared to render
YORK STREET, NEAR THE DIAMOND,
GET7'nIL9URG, PE,V.V . A
filllE undersigned would most respectfully
1. Inform his= numerous friends and the
tpublm generally, that he has purchased that
long established and well known Hotel, the
Globe Inn," in York street, Gettysburg, and
will spare no effort to conduct It in a man
ner that will not detract from its former
high reputation. His table will have the best
the market ran afford—his chambers are spa
cious and comfortable—and he has laid In for
his bar a full stock of wines and noon.. There
is large stabling attached to the Hotel, which
will be attended by attentive ostler.. It will
be his constant endeavor to render the fullest
satisfaction to his guests, unking his house
as near a Lome to them as possible, lie
asks a share of the public's patr onage,
mined as Ire Is to deserve a larg e part of it.—
Remember, the "Globe Inn" n York street,
but near the Diamond, or Public Square.
April 1, 1964. If .
COELNNiI OF HOWARD & FRANKLIN MUMS,
This House Is on a direct line between
the Northern Dentral and Baltimore & Ohio
Railroad Depots. It has been refitted and
comfortably arranged for the convenience and
the entertainment of guests.
Nov. 20, DMA tf
NTICE is hereby given to all Legatees and
other persons concerned, that the • Ad
ministratkm Accounts hereinafter mentioned
will be presented at the Orphans' Court of Ad
ams county, confirmation and allowance,
on MONDAY, Ike 17th day of AUGUST neat,
at 10 o'clock, A. M. via
143. The first and final account of H. J. .1,
Ad inlnistrator of Andrew Wolf, deceas ,lf4;7l
144. Fleet and Anal account of Johu .
Brinkerhoff: Executor of the last will and
testament of Margaret Brinkerhoff, deceased.
145. The first and nasal amouut of John
Walhey, Trotter for the sale of real estate of
Henry D. Rex, deceased.
146. First and final acceent of George B
Bntodt, Executor of the last will and testa
moot of Christian. Miller, deceased.
147. The second and Mint account of Jacob
Frey and William Boyer, Ex.ecnioas of John
George Kerchler, deceased.
Its. The first and final amount of Henry
Bishop and Henry Bair. Adrninlatrators of
estate of .dam Spitler, deceased.
The account of Andrew Polley,Guardian
of Henry Reuben Stalismith, minor son of
Peter Statism ith, deoeased.
150. The drat and final account ofJohn S.
Chronister, Administrator of estate of Jacob
L. Mil - mister, late of Utlmore twp., deoesaed.
lin. The account of W. J. Martin, Atilt:anti
trator of the estate of James slnrray, de
132. The first account Of Elljah Warren
Executor of the will of Isaac Warren, late o
afeaallen los maxim Adams co., deceased.
. . . . , . . . .. . .
I. The drat account of An E. Hoke and
F. D. Duphorn „kdministratora of John Hoke,
.d. The Guardianship account of Charles 8.
Wright Guardian of Sarah Ann Ellis W. and
Alhert J. Cook, three of the minor children
of „lease Cook, late of Menallen township, de
151 The Guardianship account of D. MC.
Conaughy, Guardian of Martha C. Neely,
one of thojalphr children of John Neely, de
W. D, HOLTZWO4TU, Degtete.*
June 17, ME to
. Borough School Account,
E. G. FATINEETOCR, Treasurer, In amount
with Cfettyaborg Ecbool District, from June
1667, to June 1,1818,
Balance due on Duplicate of 1803 ...... ... 11141 a
• " " " 1800-- 6111 14
Atnouht on duplicate of 1807 - 8,140 47
Received from State Appropriation— 317 IN
" for Tuition IU4I
Balance due Treasurer, June 434 67
Balanee due TrObsure - 6,71ut1e 1,1867__ 1164 40
Teau t ozery Imo paid Bank ol Get
AulguntpopTr o 4-.- 7.,: .- 3,164 0 0 1
for Pricacti : '''''
Fuel, atatleuery, 316 66
'''' /16 MI
117: 1 7 01...t. _
Exonenalow, 1866 and UV —........ U
Balance ou4=4 "- iiirtiiiiiisili;
et 1815. II 02
En;innen osM4adlas oa 'ln:tide/an
Balance outs tandi ng onDuplicate
Amount of Building Debt, June 53,150 00
Audited and published by order of the
H. WARREN, President.
J. F. ticesucAanr. Secretary.
Jo HONK St
DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER.
sg r freet zriO a rrilturs.—Wm. er. N agrn:
Fon" IT, atm* county, Y., asks:
, W 1 give g ;Wrion of Wash
ing Ines? Is it y y tons
seen dollani for 014 yip asses es f lit
It wash farmers' clothes dean, and not ba toe
hard work for the women? Washini ma
chines have so generally proved failure*
that I am afraid of threiWing away my mo
ney Upon &ie. , .
'sows Roartotos—lf you had to pay ten
tunes the money you mention, it would be
the Mat Investment you ever_ made upon
pout farm. Buyer: mas
aal t Go t hav e
talib 0$ r", Dg. „ s one, ink"
op a oe Ake ey d
washing Mine assy.,
IL C. BROWN/NO, General Agent,
Cortlandt Street, N. Y.,
S. Venter. 554 Ql.lll4tutm eyerrwhere.
Jobn W. ?OW,
p a re li r l ot tba Disonort ith = door toVirl ' -
Pa. whore hams at
4maa .ll44.* hp = ll = to oad to all boat-
Dora In his llna. Na ha=2l 3 llrart await-
WM 11414 wi ll same . 131vo lam
Das. NIL .
Sad Mks st NOWAK,.
I WILL be In Gettytharg with FLOM, ne.,
on every MONDAY and FRIDAY, of each
week. Persona who may 'desire me to tar-
rah them with either Flamer Feed Stuff will
leave their orders either With Jahn L. Tate.
co ' r' - Danger & Ziegler, stating the kind and
quantity, when the scone will be delivered at
March 27,184 tt
1; I. DESIRABLE pa.
afort Excellent ofesertnantt I
, f . n e r ry va r. • na u ll i g , roj i lta, and aim at do-
FASHIONABLE SHADES OF', FINE SILK
FASHIONABLE SHADES OF FRENCH
FAfill lONA BLi
FRENCH CHINTZES, PI CFA, PERCALES
BLACK SILKS A , PLAIN
BLACK ALL WOOL JJEL.II.N.
RI:31'0BIAWL8, C.UBild ERE tiIL4W i LPL
TH BET SII A WEIL
CLOVIS, CASSIA( Eli ES CLOAKING'S, LIN
EN DRILLING, COTTONA DE.
TABLE COVEns TABLE LINEN, NAP
BALMOR (J. MXIRTS.
PLAIN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS; EM.
BRUIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, HEM
RTITCH lIAN DK F:RCHIEFS.
MENI4, LADIES', MIN,ES — AND CHILD
RES'S GLOVES AND MTOCKINGs.
I am consLintly mcelving the latest styles
of Dross and Palley Goods. My stock com
prises everything usually found in a nrst.
class DRY litiODS SiTOItE to which I Invite
the attention of the public, feeling assured
that I can safely challenge comparison with
all other stores In quality of goods and
ness of price.
J. L. SCHICK.
Gettysburg, May 1,1868. ti
GREEN RIDGE STORE.
THE Undersigned-km opened a
_L • litiu , 'EßY AND NOTION STORE,
at Green Ridge. ltamlltrin tom nehip, Adoine
county, (lileugy'm old stand.) on the Carhele
Turnpike, to which he tni, Res the , attention
of the public generally. His stock ...agate of
SUGARS. COFFEES; TEAS, -
SYRIA'S. 3101,AbsEei SPICES,
ESSENCES, OILS, MEDICINES;
MEN'S AND WoMEN'S 110sE.
(iLON , 3. SUSI O ENDEIts, NECK TIFF%
&C., &C., &C., .
In short, a full assortment of everything usu
ally found In a first, lanti store of the kind.
lila stock will always he round froth and full,
and his prirev among the vi ry lowest. No
effort spared to plea. all who may patronize
Apitl 21, 1 , 168. ly
ADAMS COMITY ADDAX!
.The Excelsior :Patent :Fly,-.4e.t,
Haftefadrsred entirety gl Leather, and inn,* neat
er than Cbaon or Linen /Vet& tbr
BY BUBBROLPER, WOftLEY & OROVE,
J. L. WORLEY, gale Agent for 6e EXCEL-
Nwit PATENT NET for Adorns county,
HAll constantly oq hand unumLniured
Nets or the above.Puteut Also,
pertaln l ing to a Horse !welshing establish
11E4-AGENTS WANTED ln sell ienitOry
for Patent Nets, also to sell - Nets on commis
sion , th e county. All eommunlcations
shoal d be addressed to
J. L. WORLEY
York SAilibur Rprrno, Adams co, Ps.
THE FEIN Una
Life Insu,ranee Company
921 CHESTNUT STREET
$2,000 , 0 0 0 .
AU the Surplus divided amongst the
Polley Holders every yetir
TU ONLY TRULY MUTUAL COMPANY
IN THE CITY OR STATE
LOS ES PAID PROMPTLY
All information will be eimerfully siren
III3IPRY J. FATINEBTOCK
Ageat at Gettyabarg, Pa.
July 11, 1868. etzi
JOHN C. ZOUCK,
HEW OYJOkD, ADAMS COI72iTY, PA..
HAS FOR BALE
150 FARMS, MILLS,
POUNDBXES, MACHINS BILOPS,
TAVERN STANDS, COUNTRY SEATO,
eromc STANDS, TOWN ROMEO a Loss,
LW PlarbilirllVANlA, MARYLAND AND
hirsoom wishins to proetwe as well PS 19
sell property win do well to sits tee a eel
M my Mlles, or address by letter, sa they will
and It to their advantsce
3 , Liky 30, NEIL 17
o res / o T.E3 ! 0 FRS/
9?PEER Ws services 10 the Public. Wall
Cried in snizrt of line eounty. streeson
. rated. Her eoresiderable experienee,
la the i
140 iethesa. lie antlers hizneelf he
.. riwder la
Poet owe sooner, Cfrw me, Adam. wen
pier. SOSO. ly
Litt'Wawa Savings Institution.
ADIVIDEND of THREE PER CENT. for
the that istx month ectored to
the Stookholders of the WN BA V
grerrafraTlMUN. P 6 Yab/ 10 oft NW after
JAA, A. LEFEVRE, Teeming.
July 17.18E8. St
rim ter t r on the Yere hereVW Xte e r the arm of
yyßßtli of Petenbans, (Y. 5.,)
la hereby diewaleed.
All persona indebted to maid Ann will please
make payment withoot dehey. ther part
ner%is authorised to use
I name of o the 4 Arm
LI a artrVCl^
C.BI ZM IC
July 17,1854 itn)
GETTYSBURG, PA., AUG.
FATIIIti, TAU NY HASID.
She way is dark, iny Father! Cloud on cloud
Is gathering thickly o'er tuy head, awl loud
The thunders roar abovb ate. See, I stand
Like one bewildered Father, take my hand,
And through the gkioni
Lead safely home \
The day gam fast, my Father I And the night
Is drawing darkly down. My faithless eight
goes ghostly visions. Fears, a spectral band,
Andirons the night,
Lead op to light
The way is long, lay Father. And my soul
Longs for the fes• and quiet 6( the goal;
Willie yet I Journey through the weary land
seep me from wandering. Father, take dey
Quickly and straight
Lead to Heaven's gate
The path la rough, my Father I Many a thorn
Has pierced me, and my weary feet all torn
ud bleeding, mark the way. Yet thy own
}Mils me prose forward. Father, take my hand,
Then, rate and bleat,
Lead me to res.,
The thorn le great, my Fathet Many a doubt
And fear and danger complete me about,
'And foes press me and I cannot stand,
Or go alone:, 0, Father, take my hand,
. And throu g h the throng
Lend safe along
The cross is heavy, Father t I have horse
It long and still do bear It. I,et my . Worn
And fainting spirit Liao to that bleat land
Where crowns are glvpn. Father, take my
And, reaching down,
Lend more to the crown
Nothing contributes in a more par
ticular manner to heighten the beauty
of the skin than the choice of colors.
For example, females of light com
plexion ought to wear the purest
white; they should choose light' and
brilliant colors, such as rose, azure,
light he. Women of a dark
complexion, who dress in such colors
as we have often seen them do, cause
their skin to appear black, dull and
tanned. They ought. therefore, to
avoid white robes, and rose color, or
light blue ribbons, which form too dis
tasteful a contrast to their carnation.
Let such persona, ou the contrary,
dress in colors which are best soiled to
them ; in particular, green, violet, pur
ple; and then that darkness, which
was only the effect of too harsh a con
trast, will suddenly disappear, as if by
enchantment; their complexion will
beCUme lively and animated, and will
exhibit such charms as will dispute
and even bear away the fairest of the
fair. In a" word, the fair cannot be too
careful to correct, by light colors, the
paleness of their complexion ; and
'darker women, by stronger colors, the
somewhat yellow tint of their earns•
Lion. We must not omit a very impor
tant observation respecting the change
of color by light. Thus, crimson is
extremely handsome at night, when it
may be substituted for .rose color,
which loses its • charms by candle
light; but this crimson, seen by day,
spoils the most beautiful complexion ;
no color whatever strips it socomplete
ly of all its attractions. Pale yellow,
on the contrary, is often very hand
some by day, and is perfectly suited to
persons who have a fine carnation ;
but at night it appears dirty, and tar
nishes the lustre of the complexion, to
'which it Is designed to give brilliancy.
JOIIN U. RUFF
Beetrrinut ALLEGORY.—The follow
ing beautiful allegory la translated
from the German:
Tophronis, a wise teacher, would
not suffer even his grown up sons and
daughters to associate with those
whose conduct was not pure and up
"Dear father," said the gentle Uialia
to him one day, when he forbade her
in compony with her brother to visit
the volatile Lucinda, "dear father, you
most think us very childish, if you
think we would be exposed to danger
The father took in silence a dead
coal from the hearth, and reached itto
his daughter. "It will not burn yod,
my child ; take it."
Ulaita did so, and behold her deli
cate white hand Was soiled and black
ened, and as it chanced, her white
• "We cannot be too careful in hand
ling coals," 'aid Melia, in vexation.
"Yea, truly," said her father. "Y' $o
see, my child, that coals, even If they
don't burn, blacken. So it is with the
A COUNTRY EDITOR IN THE CIRCUS
BUSININEL—When the agent of,De Ha
ven's circus was on his way up the
dyer,. adVeriising the approach of the
"big show," he stopped at Prescott,
Wls., celebrated principally as being
the "local habitation" of that Inimi
table wit, Lute Taylor. A fter viewing
the prospect, he concluded it wouldn't
pay the company to gl re *performance
there, and was about to leave when he
accidentally ran acmes friend Lute,who,
hearing the decision arrived at, took it
as an Insult to bis flourishing village,
and vehemently protested against any
such decision. The circus must stop at
Prescott. But his eloquence was of no
avail, Petermined pot to be foiled in
his attempt, be changed his taotiae.
"How—.-our—o'w much do you -ask
ton your d—d—damn circus? I—l—l'll
buy the who--whole concern."
"What do yea mean?" says the
"l—l mean how—ow—ow ' much
_will you take for the re— re—receipt:of
the Iwo performances ?" , answered
The agent studled a moment, and
"Five hundred dollars."
"I— . l-I'll take it," says Lute and
the began was completed.
The country tributary to Prescott
was nowied with huge poeters, and the
people invited to come in. They
Caine, and the enterprising editor of
the valuable family paper, the Prete
Cott Journal, reaped his reward by
clearing the snug little sum of 000.
We under stand that the family Jour
nal is for vale, es Lute tb lake the olrous
business pays better. As a ehowlat he
is a success.
rtp; BEituur OF AN A oclngPT,-40-
cident has sometimes proved the step.
ping-atone to success; and not the
least, Interesting in the history of in
dustrial as well as abstract science are
those in whicti emir ipchierti,
In Itself, has constituted the turning
point in the evolution of en important
"flow- blg a CQ - 711d you say you
had seen?" -
A small party had chanced to meet
at's little•stadon where (owing to a
defect in the track,) both trains were
detained; many of them were es-Cal
ifornians, and the oouversation net
' urally turned upon that country, and
the "big things" they bad seen theta.
It was a stranger—a quiet, inoffen
sive man—that asked the question of
Joe Ransom, who was somewhat fond
of 'drawing the long bow when he
thought he could gull listeners.
"About four to five tons," answered
Joe, without even the ghost of a
'smile. "I was treed by one once for
fritir days, the brute."
you get hungry?"' ques
tioned Tom Perkins.
4 1:tungry? Not a bit. I went two
weeks\onee there without so much as
a swallew of %Pater; but I tell you I
made a\quare meal when I got a
chance. \ 4 wholezieer first, and then
finished oif with a couple of water
melons, each as large as a hogshead."
"Ah !" interrupted the stranger,
"the vegetable\p roddetions must grow
to an immense s eize In that country."
.'ou bet on ‘bat. I was. at the
St4e Pair at Sacramento once, and
swift cabbages (stripp ed of their out
side leaves and rea for boiling, you
kniiw) that were as large as a coach
bod', and weighed fiem four to live
hundred pounds each. \ As for the
bee,s, you wouldn't have'itnown them
from a pine tree stripped 'of its bark.
There were potatoes nearlYthe size of
a flour barrel; turnips that \ woultfn't
go in a bushel basket; grapes that
weighed forty pounds to the' buueli ;
pears as large as the putukins\ here;
and—but speaking 'of pumpkins4hey
just took the rag clean off the bUsh.
I saw one that a man had scooped the
inside out of and used it for a house."
"It must have made a large numbe
of pies," said the stranger.
"Plea! I am glad that you reminded
me of that, for I had the figures in my
pocket book for a long time, and I re
member them. There was a regiment
of dragonuc camping there at the
time, and they lived on pumpkin pies
for nine a ceits. Beside, every one
ho vieited the fair had one given to
carry home. I tell you it took a pow
er of milk and eggs and flour to make
them. Here are the .figures, and I
will swear to them any day in the
week. Twenty-seven thousand gal•
lons of milk; o i p . e hundred thousand
dozen of eggs; file tons of butter and
lard, and just an even clipper ship
load of flour."
• "Did you ever see the great trees?"
queried the stranger, as If intent upon
gaining all the information possible.
Joe winked at his friend, took an
extrapuli at his cigar, and continued
in the most twitter•of-fact manner
"To be sure I did—camped under
them often. There were the 'three
sisters' and le 'old man; and the let
terjust beat anything I ever saw."
"Joe, have you any Idea of its di
"I should rather think I had. Jim
Townsend and I started to measure it
with a tape•line after sundown. I
don't distinctly remember the extra
feet and inches, but it kilted over ten
miles. A big tree trunk that, stran
ger, but it was nothing to Its height.
I saw an eagle WY to fly to the top
once, and had to rest at least 'twenty
times before it got 140. I got , an old
Vermont lumber man to 'scale , it,
and he said it would cut something
over nine hundred million feet of
lumber, clear stuff at that, and that
there .would be about five hundred
thousand cords of wood left. I tell
you, big things grow in the Golden
"T am satisfied of that. Particular
ly one thing." ,
"What is that?" asked Joe, turning
ardund sharply, and fearing that be
had forgotten an article upon which
the stranger could "overlay" him.
Joe arose, buttoned his coat, drew
himself up, and said with dignity :
"Boys, I eball never speak of the
big things of California, after having
my veracity once questioned."
A hard-shell preacher, a worthy
man, lately wound up a naming air
men with a magnificent ension, by
which his hearers were led to under
stand that they were in no danger :
"My brethren and 'Astern, if a man's
full of religion you can't hurt him.
There were three African children;
they put them in the fiery furnace,
betted seven times hotter than it could
be bet, and it didn't swinge a hair on
their beads. And tbar was John the
Evangeler ; they put bim—whar do
you think they put him? Why, Into
a caldron of biliug lle, and biled him
all night, and didn't faze his shell !
And then thar was Daniel; they put
him Into a'lien's den—and what, my
fellow travelers and respected audito
ries, do you think be was put into a li
on's den for? Why, for praylal there
three times a , day.. Don't be
alarmed, brethren and cistern ; I don't
think that any of you will ever get in
to a lion's den."
Tug Dujutterna Aar.—The Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania has delivered
au opinion declaring the deserter act
to be unconstitutional. The Court
low that the sot of 1868 could not dis
franchise a citizen who bad not been
tried and convicted of desertion, and
that the refusal to receive the vote of
one wile had failed to report, was ille
This iiscisiou settles the deserter
act. Thus one by one, the infernal
contrivances of the Radicals to prevent
a free ballot, and . destroy the right*
of the edthien are vindicated.
"Joint," said a stingy old bunk to
his hired man, as he was taking din
ner, "do you want to know how many
pancakes you've eaten V'
"Well," raid John, 'ln count uud
BILIGEIAX YOUNO frequently goes to
°buret' with from thirty-five to fifty
wives. Nice lot, for iE 'ropily pew.
Was?gees most against, a farmers
grata? . . •
011ag AWOL -
•'You've eaten fourteen."
We*? MLR aII:CONS OF 'ALL THE
Over, fifteen hundred millions of dol
lars have been collected by the United
states Government, In the shape of
taxes, since the close of the war!
And think of It! One-half of the na
Where has the money gone? Is
the debt auy less? .
tio! IT IS MORE than lt vas three
years ago S
While Congress has been nicking the
negro the white man's equal, and "re
constructing and impeaching," fifteen
hundred millions have been taken
from the pockets of the farmers, the
mechanics, and the laborers of the
The people were told by the Radical
patriots, and thieves, and hummers,
that the close of the war would see a
restored Union, with peace,.and pros
perity, and happiness, Well, the war
ended over three years ago; the South
surtendered ; but Radical hostilities
have not ceased. •The fight still goes
on against eight minimise( white men
women, and children, and It costs the
country Just five hundred milliOns a
year—that's the price.
What tiaa become of them tlfteeo
Where have they gone to?
Have they gone to pay the public
No; note bit of it.
Flow is It that In spite of all this tax
ation, notwithstanding one•half the
whole national debt has been raised
from the sweat and toll of the people,
the burden is as heavy, as oppressive,
as crushing now as ever?
These aro questions for you to an
swer. Don't allow yourself to be Loc&
winked. Don't let dust, be thrown in
your eyes by the conspirators Who are
stealing your rights and your money
at the same time.
When you are asked next November
for your vote in favor of Grant, who
s the tool of a crazy cc:ngress, demand
i s o know what , has become of -the
F 1 teen Hundred'hf illlon Dollars tak
en ut of your vipkets during the past
thr years. /
As them the reason why the South,
now t4t the negroes are free, produ
ces only Ile-half what it formerly rais
' Ask the if the fifteen hundred mil
lions have not gone to—
Support a\ great negro hoarding
house in the uth? And to—
Support a s nding army over the
South, in order Hit we may have—
Negro Judges! \
Negro Governors' \
Instead of appropri ting these Fif
teen Hundred Million o Dollars to the
payment,of the public de t, they have
been expended for the ma tenaucc of
a grand system of pauperism—BLACK
pauperism—and Congress \has just
voted to continue this stupendous rob
bery another year.
What Is the remedy? 'You h t e it
in your own hands. Vote for m for
every office from the President ittivn,
who are opposed to these outrag. , us
swindles.—Washington Sunday II -
Scene on, the street. "fetid of the
light:lingered profession steps sip to a
gentleman who stands leaning in an
altitude childlessness, against a pillar,
when the following colloquy ensues:
Artist—l declare, there la a fight go
ng on over yonder! Just see
Lielless Gentleman—W here?
Artist-Yonder, yonder; don't you
see?" Away at the other end of the
Listleas Gentleman (shading his
eyes with both hands)—l can't see
anything of It, except the wind.
Let's see. What's the time of day?
I'll walk up there and see \what it's
all about. (Feeling for. Ms watch.)
Ho! • (here, pollee ! policed , The
scoundrel has gone! my watch and
wallet, too! And If there was a fight,
it's over long ago.
-Is not this a fair parallel of the Rad •
Mal politician? "The war I" "th s e,
wart" he cries, and points with. one
hand toward the dust of the Put,
whilst with the other he reaches-into
the people's pockets and fobs their
hard earnings. Bo long as he can
keep their attention fixed upon the
war, he thinks he can •ply his voca
tion with impunity. True, the peo
ple may discover directly \ that they
have been imposed upon AO robbed
and plundered, and they May cry,
police I pollee! but what does he
care ?- He wields the sceptre of power,
placed in hM hand/11)y the people
themselies; he is the chief of police
himself. Why should he trouble
himself about consequences 2—Patriot.
Zil.Clololl Vs. CANT
"I shall have no policy of my own
to interfere against the people,
VT. O. Ortervr."
"I say again, fellow-citizens, re
member the fate of ancient Rome, and
vote for no candidate who will not tell
you with the frankness of an Indepen
dent freeman, the principles upon
which, If elected, he will administer
"That man deserves to be a slave
who would vote fora mum candidate
when his liberties are at stake.
Tr is rather refreshing to hear the
Radicals howling around here about
Wade Hampton and Forrest, when
they are making a demi-god of Jo.
Brown, the FouNpr,p, OF THE
when they are passing acts of special
amnesty to "red-handed rebels"
must weekly who embrace the Radi
cal faith—when Longstreet has been
taken Into their fold as a marvellous
proper man. Greeley is wonderfully
exercised also that those men were in
the New York Convention—Greeley,
the bondsman of Jeff- Davis—the co
conspirator of the Rebel conclave at
Niagara. If Win was alive now he
would make it Mat cities patriet by en
tering the Radical communion. The
Rads. have short memories, or expect
a great deal of gulliblity from their
bearers and their reaciers, - - - -ireieiskon
IT IS to be hoped that the Radicals
will eou►inue to show that Governor
Seymour was opposed to arbitrary u
nite Outing the war!
50th Year—No.' 44.
SOLOMON arum. CALLA DAS WWI
.OAST OCT Or MEI OFFICE TO
TELL nut olostuTutsu,
Stump--I tell you what it is, Dan,
saltpeter won't save the loyal people
from gittin' beat this hitch. livery .
body's agiu us. The copperheads has
the bulge on us. When they say
things, ,we haven't notlanl z to say
back. They say (Runt gita drunk,
and we can't deny it. They say Re
publicans keep the Union dissolved,
and we' can't deny it. They say that
taxes le deetroyin' the people, and we
can't deny it.. They Ray that Itepub-
Deans Is fur pill& on taxes by payln ,
the debt In gold, and we can't deny it.
They say Democrats is for takln' MT
the taxes by pay In' the debt In green.
backs', and we can't deny it. The fact,
is, Dan, I think we're about gene - up,
and unless you town fellers put your
bends together, and get out a secret
circular tenni' us somethin' sharp and
cuttin, to any-to the cops, Pil be cult
If I don't get out of politics altegether.
Dan—J tell you what It is, SoYnnon,
we've been puttin' our heads together,
and I'll be d—d•lf we can think of the
Tut thing to say. Just, try to thlnk
up something yourself, and if you find
any thing good, for (kat's sake, let us
town fellers know t
Attack of Radfeels on a lanyasOur and
Blair Meefinn-.llme• oft ke Agnroaaarn
Killed and daveral Pomona en Seib
nide, deverely Injured.
t3T. Louis, July 29,1869
On Saturday the Denlocrate
and Pettis counties held a Seyiriour and
Blair ratification rueegng at Elk Lick.
The Radicals had threatened to break
up the meeting. When Colonel Phil
lips, a gallant Federal officer, began to
speak the Radicals attacked the meet
ing, largely composed of women and
children, with clubs and rocks. They
were driven off and twice afterwards
they renewed the attack. Finally the
Radical leader drew a revolver and
shot a Democrat named 'Cheatham,
This was the signal for a general-bat
tle. About one hundred shots Were
fired in the melee and three Radical,
were killed and seven badly wounded.
Several Democrats were also i badly
wounded and about twenty (in both
sides more or less severely. The Rad
icals were driven to the woods and the
meeting broke up in the wildest dis
may and confusion.
GRANT AND TUE JEWS.—The New
ork World receives from a corres
pondent a statement of facts which
shows that - Gratit's hostility to the
Jews, and his expulsion of them from
his lines, grew out of circumstanoes
connected with the cotton speculations
in which the elder Brant was certain.
ly a partner. The extent of the sou's
interest le lees clear, but he certainly
furnished the permits under which
the whole trade was carried on. This
disgraceful transaction cannot be too
closely investigated. The New Ha
ven Journal attempts to cast doubt on
the fact that the Jesse Urant in ques-
Lion is the father of Want. The
IVorki replies :
It la the same Jesse that formerly
pursue& the business of tanning leath
er at Galena, but who, atfer the Gen
eral came to have his headquarters in
it productive cotton region, found out
a more lucrative employment, and
changed hls residence to Covington,
.1i the opposite side of the river from
ncinnatt, a well-helacted point for a
co ton speculator.
FirBEDOM OF THBPILEBBII4 ALABAMA.
—Tha,new Alabama I.egtobiture ven
tures rut delicate ground very early.
It has jt made a law for the punish
ment of wepaper editors who pubihth
"slanderons" articles, and as the char
acter of thenrtielee is to be determin
ed by the criprice or prejudice of the
functionary before whom complaint is
made, the law will doubtless prove a
convenient, tool \ for crushing out ob
noxious newspa Ls. What a nigger
legislator wants i to put any man in
prison who calls hint Coffee. As the
right kind of a jud CAM readily see
that such an epithet carts odium equal
to any slander, the Idle will 'mom-
Wish Its pprpnae. The . rty of free
dom makes progress.—. Y. Herakl.
RADICAL ECOIDAILY.— nfel A.
%Valle, special Commission of In Ger-
Revenne, has Issued , stat
ing that the expenditures oft.e gov
ernment last year were $371,6*1,215;
and Eadical journals have the aulihici
ty to claim that sea specimen of ewno
my. Economy, Indeed. Why no
Democratic administration ever we
beyond thee even ty odd millions. The
difference against the Eadicals is only
three hundred millions. That may be
Radical economy. It certainly is not
What Democrat* would call economy,
FORNEY admits over his own signa
ture, "Occasional,", that the purpose
of Congress In taking a recess till the
third Monday in September is to give
the Radical party "the key of the po
sition," and thus to enable_ them to
disfranchise Rad legislate in whatever
way le necessary to trick the popular
majority out of its victory. Let 'your
Rump Congress just dare to try that
little game, Mister Forney.
Mtl3BllB. Mann and ilaselhorst bay
ing declined the nominations fur Dis
trict Attorney of Philadelphia, Charles
Gibbons, Esq., has been nominated
for the office by the Radicals. The
greatest disorder prevailed in the Con
vention, and the aid of theixdiee had
to be called in to preserve the peace
among the belligerent factions.
Two I , lxemos.—There have been
two raestipgs held in Washington
City, within a short time. The first,
to ratify the nomination of Seymour
and Blair, was very large; the second
equally large, wee in the Interest of
larant.. The greet difference In the
two existed in the feet that the Sey
mour meeting was held by white peo
ple, the other principally by negroes,
male and female.
CMCIILATEI DEMOCRATIC NIME(PA
PRIIB.—tvery Democrat should bend
his utmost energies towards scenting
the circulation of sound papers for the
next three months. There are few
members of the party, however hum
ble, who may not In this way render
themselves efficient laborers In t..
cause. Let every township, borough
and ward club make this one the
first steps towards the progres of the
- - .
Pat hi a mistake to sup - the sun la
oupported 1a RA We ' Ite, beta%
*onus" or THE DRZOCs♦TIq
ThiIitoCILATIC STATIii courtrrits Mnim)
CLIMICHILA, Pih., July 11, OIL
Doric/etale xtf Pcnnv/vanift :
'FHB nova FOR wiiax HA coats
We earnestly Invite you towlines*
Attention to details,, persevering em
ergy, orgai/satlon and dlscipine
bring triumph. to your principles.
Zeal and perseverance in
Democrat, and thorough organisation
in even , 10 004, are the true roads to
Superficial effert, mime and pared
are valueless. The stake Is a Inlet t
one, and must be won by systamati
work and business-like energy.
Pennsylvania Is the battle-ground.
At the October, election the enemy
will make their 11395 i determined 'mu
test. - • 4•
You occupy the post of hoilor—th:
vanguard of the Detnoerallo army.
You have proOen your ability to carry
the State; and Individual Ohs, faith
In your principles and courage In
tithr maintenance now, will enable
you to count your andorlty by' tons of
TN, drift of the tide Is toward you ;
the evidences of changes are abun
dant ; and It is apparent that tlio']w•
Utica] revulsion uhw in progress w
•end In the utter overthrow of Radical
Let us labor to deserve so propitious
\Vo Invoke you, then, to energetic
action, in close attention to the details
of your organization, to the formation
of clubs, to-the convention of voters.
to the _enthusiastic support of your
candidates—Seymour, the aiateemtur,
and Blair, the gallant soldier.
Let us recognise in their names the
symbols of change, the representa
tives of hatred to Radicalism ; and ex
tending the hand of fellowship to all
who will aid us in saving the Repub
lic, Conservatives and Democrats will
move forward under Weir banner, as
a mighty_phalanx, united, determin
ed and Irresistible.
Let your warfare be aggressive.
Defend nothing. The Radicals in
power are responsible for the unhappy
condition of our country. Charge up•
on them their extravagance and their
crimeir. Demand of them an account
for your treasure wasted,_ your Unlou
not restored, your race degraded, your
business destroyed and your Govern
ment. prostityoxl. - -
Let your-rallying cries be, A. 007•
IMNIKY.NT of Witrrn UXII I OVAL.
TAXATION I OVIK CURRKNUY 70K ALL.
Organize!- Organise! Organiser
To work ! To work ! To work !
By order of the Democratic State
WILLIAM A. WALt.Acid,
Wit AT lAA IItWALIIIIIIII cowry
Here are plain figures which every
day-laborer and every tax-payer caa
understand.' "A Laboring Mau"
writes the fqllowlog to the Bangor,
For four -days' work In 1850 I could
buy. a barrel of areal lent flour. For au
equally good barrel now I have to
work eight day!.
For one day's work In 1850 I °mad
buy Ave pounds of tea. For the same
day's work I can trow buy but trini
For one day's work then I could buy
thirty pounds of sugar. For a day's
work now I can get but fifteen pounds,
Fora day's work In 1859 I could buy
eight pounds of tobacco. Fora dtly'6
work now I can buy but three pounilm.
For a day's work in ISO I could buy
fifteen pounds 'of coffee. For a day , a
work now I can buy but I,Ve pound..
For one month's work In'Aaft9 [could
clothe myself and family for one year.
To tiff the mom now, I am obliged to
work two mouths noda half.
thus go through the whole
list of articles that a laboring man and
his family consume. The fact is the'
we are permitted to enjoy but one-haj.
of the fruits of our labor; the other
half goes to the public treasury.
Is it pot time for me and my fellow
laborers to look around up, ascertain
the cause of this robbery oT labor, and
apply the remedy?
Indeed it is time; but the cause or
this robbery of labor Is already ascer
tained, and the people will apply the
remedy nets November. The "Labor
ing -Man" is right when lie says that
the people are permitted to enjoy bitj
one-half of the fruits of their labor, but
he makes an error in stating that " - the
other hal f goes to the public treasury."
If it did, the public debt would be paid,
it goes to support the Southern negruea
in idleness; to keep the whites under
the bayonets of a liege standing army ;
and to enrich 'the pluaiirers. That is
what is done with the people's money,
and, the cormorants who are sucking
the life-blood of labor and industry in
the country ask the people to Buster
them in another four years' term .
robbery. The country cannot afford
FORTY-BIGHT rebel negroes, , one
hundred earpet•baggere, all supported
by the 'Freedmen's Bureau, and Joe
Brown, the rebel Governor of Georg
ghs, who took Fart Pulaski for t'
rebels and was the founder of the
ereemoille prison pen, were members
the Chicago Convention, which
nOirnintited General GlVlrit. The sol
diers will vote for Governor Seymour
andagainst the candidate of the-rebel
negrdes sod $ - the rebel Governor
Brown, the founder of the Anderson
A CONUOIWIL —The Radical in
claim that \ the Democracy or
the war, and that very few
members entered into the eery!,
the United States: Now, before
war moat of the Northern
were Demoeratio.• When the
broke out, and name but the Repubi
eons went into the war, all the St ,
went for the Redlining, 'Moir, our
diem and sailors have returned, and k
Democrats are regaining their powe
How is It? This is a conundrum,
u undo the insane work of the
Radicals, to take away the bay'
nets from the breasts of
white men, and make the
work for his own living, ev
should vote the li:oentoeratlc
put the Democrats In power
peace to our disturbed r
restore all the States '
places In the Unlou,
this Is a white-roan'
that white men
* ls it true
to ratify. £3 ,
held at Ar
tr. ataUt obdurately rei
FRoat June to July the
debt rase from $2,00 7 , 827 , 842 to
883,302, -being an Increase of
then flfty.tbree milltorni Of dons.
In ono month. "Let us Intee WNW'
A SON or SensOr Willey is •
cystic orkodidate for Attornr -