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There b apparent discrepancy in
I the teachings of even Judicious writ
; tern on topics of importance, which Is
L calculated lb confuse the Inexper
-I°lendea. Discussion Is necessary, to
recOttelle the inconsistency and to
1 - bring the truth clearly out•
One of these topics Is the effect of
stock keeping on the fertlity of the
harm, and our remark is suggested
, li) , the following from sources alike
entitled-to respect. One writer says:
/ "On an educky day I fell Into the
error of increasing my stock of cattle
from a sufficient number to afford me
plenty of milk, butter and fresh beef,
to a much larger number, since which
time my lands have been much In
jured in consequence of the constant
trampling by the cattle, and their con
' gumption of almost every living green
thing where they were. suffered to
pasture. The little space manured by
them has been at the expense of hun
dreds of acres."
On the other hand we have the fol.
/owing : "There is no way to keep up
a farm so readily or so well as by keep.
tog all the - stock it will fairly carry,
in order to produce the largest possi
ble quantity of good manure. Some
thing may be dono with artificial ma
nures to be sure, but they are to be eon
- sidered rather as stimulants to the Im
niediate crops than as means of keel
ing up the permanent fertility of the
soil and condition of the land. We
ilo not , mean by this to recommend a
farmer tn keep more than his farm will
carry well, but to keep as much, and if
he has tonttppletnent a little—that Is
to buy more or less grain or hay to
help out a rather short crop—he had
better do this than to sell his hay for
leant of etoek enough to consume 4t.
in other words, it is better to sell the
produce of the farm on four loge than
to cell ft In the form of hay and grain,
unless he hes eome other and extraor
d nit . T . • . Y means of supplying a full equiv
alent in the form of fertilizers, that
wilt keep up the Nondition of the
Now, lif*+Never apparently contra-
letory,tlAse views are equally correct.
Nothing could be more unwise than
the heavy stocking spoken of by the
tirld-writer. On ordinary grain aed
tobacco farm!' there is no true provi:
slim made for cattle. Large surfaces
are cultivated, and the chief deiren
deuce, necessarily, for keeping up
their fertility, is cloworhuch natur
al growth as Succeeds the cultivated
crops. There is no time allowed fur
a turf to thicken up between the crops
Thore is no sod to 'receive the heavy
trend of cattle. If these are turned on
them in numbers sufficient to !ma-
NUllle the summer growth and 'to - feet
l ap the winter stores of straw and corn
fodder, the surface is torn to pieces by
the irhoofe, the surface-covering, so con
servative—OTTertilicy, scattered to the
winds, and there is no recompense,
afters'', but poor cattle, the moot un
protitable of crops. The universal ex-
Terrence, therefore, under such a state
of things is, rapid Impoverishment
of the land and very poor returns from
the stoek•raising. It was the observa
tion of such results which suggested
the systerd of the distinguished agri
cultural Writer, John Taylor, of Caro
line county, Virginia, known as the
"enclosing system." Under It, after
the clop of grain was removed, the
held w as to by rigidly shut up for two
yeafii, and the whole religiously de
voted to the improvement of the land.
Not a hoot was allowed to trespass on
These inelosures, held sacred to the
fertilizatiun of the soil. It may be
well to say in passing, however, that
this system was found to be less sue
--_!essful in practice than on first thought
awe shoujii expect it to be.
When elover culture came into prac
tice, It was found that a degree of
;razing was rather profitable than
itherwise to the laud. A good growth
if clover, consu:ned partially and trod
'len close - to the surface, best served
he purpose of fertilizing, while it fed
sell the comparatively small 14' nc k
which a grain farm should have. Un
ler- very favorable cireumstan.2 s
pretty close grazing- o, clover
would not seriously interfere with the
mproveinent of the land, the roots in
hat case still yielding enough of ferti
'icing matter. But generally, and for
nary soils, the least possible amount
grazing should be allowed, unless
'peinal preparation be made for It.
' tht n farm devoted to grain and to
',aeeo, this extra provision should eon
'ist of au outliving, standing pasture,
, o - he improved by lime, plaster, or
othe - r means at command. No
,eeeei of stock to the cultivated fields
liottld be at any time allowed, except
chat is necessary to tread down the
;rowth, of whatsoever kind, that it
pay perish in contact with the ground,
i nstead of wasting In the air. In such
,ass, agood clover fieldrthe main pur-
IDSP of which is to enrich the arable
Melds, will afford a very serviceable
, ddition to the grazing at certain per
and for a limited time. The
_taiting pasture may be stocked to
,ts fall capacity, and the straw, corn
&c., may be profitably con
iumed in winter, and corn, to any
necessary extent, in making good beef
i rid mutton. His only by some such
oanagentent that etook: can be made
o, pay, in connection with any arid'.
:tary system of grain and tobacco grow-
But the moat feasible .and surest
iiethod Of preserving and increasing
?le fertility of the soil, and getting
porn RAl:trent at the same time, Is in,
i nch ajengthening of the rotation as
'Fin afford ample sod ground for gran
g:: Corn first in course, then oats,
eh wheat; clover comes next, to be
',Bowed by wheat, if it be desirable to
eke twouraps of this grain. Other
f Ise timothy and other grass seeds are
-,wn with the clover, to come In sue.
don; and serve two years for bay,
for pasture as Many years as the
ber.of fields will allow—whether
tat sso hree or more, Here is the best
• n made for pasturing stock.
e firm sod, not /table to be torn np
od destroyed by the tread of cattle,
Dd.eather Improved thaadamaged by
closest stocking. For it Is maln
nett- by experienced graziers that
1104 is the moult of judicious gras
4-- • " ' •
Vine the grallng oomes the feeding
- all 'the hay and coarse
• for flood or litter, and
of the ow* making a
initiate - of the best pas
' flftting for s -market kiiiViidden the
fria - tbeelile of the
heeding ho follow
gibtfili result/An im-
In Great Briton we know this is com
monly the case, and the Journal above
quoted, says, that good farmers of the
Connecticut valley find it for their
interest to buy a large amount of stock
In the - fall, and to buy grain from the
West at high prices, to feed out for the
sake of the manure. They may lose
on the stock, but look to the crops they
may produce front the manure, to
make up any loss sustained on the
stock, and having tried It year after
year, they do not look In vain. They
have learned to put confidence In ma•
nure, and every farmer who expects
to prosper must learn the same lesson.
Manure Is the basis of the farmer's
prosperity and stock is the source' of
FEEDING HOINE4.—The Arabs, the
most careful of their horses of all peo
ple, do meet of their horse feeding at
night. Tile) , say that feeding in the
day time does not impart so much vig
or and elasticity to the animal as night
mastication does. Their saying is that
"barley in the night goes to the but
tock—ln the morning to the manure."
They afford water, very sparingly du
ring the day time.
Tom &TOES FOR WINTERIJBE.-After
ekinulug perfectly ripe tomatoes,• cut
out any green around the base. I
think leaving in this bard green core
Is the amediate cause of the loss of the
fruit. Place them in a bell-metal ket
tle over the fire ; then only allow them
to come to a boll; while hot, put in
stone cans or small mouthed gallon
Jars, cork and seal. If proper judg
ment be exercised you will never lose
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Notice to Holders of 7-30 Notes.
at hie old stand, on West street, Gettysburg,
and ut ready at all HELMS Wsc era modette those
wanting any thing tinkle In Ms fine. He Is pre
pared to furnish all kinds of work for build
nee hammiest, of the heat material, and as
atly and cheaply as It can be done at any
other establishment in the county. Expe
rtencexl handsalways In readiness and work
executed with promptness and dispatch.
flOP'Thatikful for pmt favors, he hopes, by
attention to business, to receive a liberal
share of public patro l ling°.
taring in June and July isext, if not disposed I June 17, 1067. tf
1 Ault fall, *hen the privilege of converting the
Angled 7-30 Nolen expired, many persons who
neglected to convert Into 54) Bends, or sell
oat the premium and the privilege of convert-
ng. It will be the same with the 7-869 ma-
of in time. Thla Bank willeither convert, or
purchase, the 7-30's, allowing premium and
.OEO. ARNO,LD, Cashier.
WM. C. STALLSMITH & SON,
CARPENTEDD AND- CONTRACTORS,
Are prepared to de nil kinds of Carpentering
--coritraeting and erecting buildings of all
kind., Repairing, They' keep constant,
on hand and Lanutacture to order,
WORD, SHUTTERS, BLIND% IiiDOI, DOOR
AND WINDOW FRAMES, convibs,
DOOR & WINDOW BRACICETB,
` And any other Artiele,tit the :landing Line
Seasoned material constantly on hand, cape-
rienceni workmen always in rekdinese, and
work executed with dispatch
rirOrders promptly attended to.
Sept. 33, 1807. U
NEW SADDLER SHOP.
ON the Hill, Baltimore street, Gettysburg,
Pa.—Copatantly on hand, or made to or
der, all kinds of
u low as the lowest.
Jane 71. 1847. U • •
Orl 'Mailroom St., oppoelteObe Coart-Houae,
GETTZSBURG, FEI 3 "4-
Every deaerlption of tri.Vit execrated lit the
FINEST STYLE OF THE ART
June 4,1886. tf
E. 11. MINNIGIT,
If TIT DOOB TO TUC ITITTOTOITX ROTEL, dr
contection, Periodical and News
ALL XIND6 OF COXFALTIONS, CAVIES,
ORANGER, LEMONS, NUTS,
constantly on hand.
ICE CREAM AND CAKES
supplied to hastllles Rad pietist at shortest
THE DAILY PAPERS OF RALTIMOACE,
PHILADELPHIA, NW YORE, AND
supplied to subscribers at lowest rates.
///1- CALL AND EXAMINE. lig
Feb.2l. WA ti
WM. BOYER &. SON, .
Stoat, Wooden and Willow Ware.
A antra isailei or ill Roods
nenadly kept In '
FIRST-CLABB FAMILY GROCERY.
Jan. 10.1888. tt
IN GREAT VARIETY,
.•:., L t:t •
z ie a...
THE GETTYSBURG COMPILER, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1868.
NEW DRUG STORE,
IN NEW OXFORD
THE undersigned hu opened a Drug Store
in New Ottani, ltdaine county, and re
spectfully cells the attention of the peddle to
Lee Work of
PYR STI7 FPS,
and a full nesswtrecnt of DRUGS; in a word
a complete stock of 0001.111 generally kept in a
first-class Drug More. AN of whleh hays been
purchased during the past two Weeks, and
will be sold low. Ali the articles formerly
manufactured at the old establishment in
¬ Berlin can be had here. Understanding
his ()witness perfectly, and selecting his goods
himself, he is able to warrant his Drugs pure
ands. represented. The public are requested
to give him a trial.
D. Y. IfILLER.
New Oxford, Nay 6,1867. *1
Farmers, Attend to Yout Interests
/ME pubiertber would Inforni his ensice
j_ mere and others, that he I. still mambo
taring various kinds of eaptlnwp and Ma•
china, Wade to order, on short notloe,
• THRESHER/3 AND POWERS,
(five different Niece of Powers) CLOVER
SEED HULLERS AND CLEANERS, CORN
fiffELLERS AND SESARAToRS,AY CUT
FODDER CUTTERS, STRA W ANDH
TERS; CORN PLANTERN;
eurh tie Cain Plouglet, Etanthear Plough., Side
hill and C?rnylougne; the .
WIRE -SHUN() HORSE RAKE.
the latent ImproN ementi also SFIIREMAFFI3
SELF-DISCIARGINU 1.10 E JUKE.
tie will Ilkewlxe manufacture
MOWERS AND REAPERS.
METAL SCREWS Ar Ogler Presses,
IRON RAILING for Oerneterfee or Porches,
with everythiog else In hie line, all at low
FOR SALE.—A One-horso Wagon. •
TO THE BUILDING COMMUNITY
WHO WISH TO IMPROVE`.
LET ALL TEE PEOPLE COI
Amy Goods d• Confectionery Store.
I.E undersigned. having bought out J.
M. Warners Fancy. (]coda and Confec
tionery Store, on Baltimore street, nearly op
paelte Pah neetoclue et tore, Gettysburg, Invites
the public's patronage. Large and tasteful as
,the stock has been, no edbrt will be spared
to render It still inure attractive and desira
ble. He now offers
Writing Desks, Plain Candy,
Work Boxes, Fancy do.,
Satchels. • Sardines,
Pocket Books, ,Lobsters,
China Toys, Chow-chow, -
Pocket Cutlery, Fanry llikes,
Jewelry, Fereria Crackers,
Chew', • Wine Biscuits,
Brushes, linsroon do„
Perfumery, Fire Works,
Soaps, Pena a Pencils,
! 4 71311E . p.0UR 7
. 10 MKNTION,"
He loisrule to Well everyUllng , at the lowest
possible prices, believing that small prollus"
bring .. quick isi.les," and aro !Attestors Mist
for buyer and seller. (Mine one—come all I
A. R. FEIHTEL.
March 27, 1882. tf
SD3SINBER, & SHIREMAN,
N o. 2 WEST MARKET STREET,
PIANOS. taITE4 "A'
AND ALL KINDS OP
respectfully inform the public that they are
prepared to furnish Flans of the following
manufacture or of any other make that may
Albright, Relkee & Schmidt,.
elelekerlag & Non, Bradbury,
Raabe & SOD. Gale & Alen,
ESTRY ft CIELSII/LATED
COTTAGE, RARNIONIC AND BOUDOIR
These Instruments etaud unrivalled by any
thing found In this country or In Europe, as
Is admitted by all impartial judge. The most
eminent Pipe Organ Builders and Performers,
the last to discover excellence lb reed Tone,
pronounced them vastly superior to all others
for etoeedfugly c nil k articulation and round
Tone, the essential feature In instruments of
Mils class. We Ins fie the severe scrutiny and
criticism of all.
PATENT VOX HUMANA 'rill:310LO. •
This lute and Inobt wonderful invention (80
acknowledged 1,3* all leading artiste) will be
found only in the I.cley Insirumente. In at
tempting to describe the effect of this stop, we
are at lam for language. Its beauties cannot
be written, but meet be heard to be apprecia
ted. fly this stop an ordinary performer can
produce an effect which requires a life time
of practice for an artist upon a violin. It en
rely changes the toad Tone, giving the sym
pathetic sweetnese of the human voice, mak
ing It so melodious and pure that It never
Mile to enchant the Ihtener.
for Oburehm, Public Haas and Parlors haa
a powerful sub-Sena with independent reeds,
Harmonio attachment and Vox Humana
Tremolo, and is believed to be the most power
ful seed organ znade, being nearly equal to a
Pipe Organ ot three times the cont.
All Instruments warranted for five years.
girBILASS BAND/3 supplied with Instru
ments and made at reasonable terms.
A liberal discount allowed for Churches and
sirjantruetlorut given both la vocal 444
In,trumental Musk, at oar moms, and at pu
pils, homes, either to Individuals orelasses,ou
, waablo Lerma.
Dee 17, Isar, If
1100 P SKIRTS.
WM. T. HOPKINS' "OWN MAKE"
A RE the beet and CHEAPEST LOW PRICED
Hoop Skirts in the market. Trail Skirts,
25 springs, $1.00; 31 spring., $1.2 0 ; and 40
springs,* US. Plain Skirts,. tapes,* springs,
sD Cents; %springs, Of, Cents; $ 0 springs, $l,
and *springs, $1.25. Warroserad u every re
'Our OWN Make"of "UNION SKIRTS"
Eleven Tape Trails, from 23 to 50 springs, 111.20
to EL* Plain, Six Tapes, * to 50 springs,
from 96 Cents to $2OO/ The.e Skirts are better
than those sold by other establishments as
first class goods. awl at much lower prices.
"Our OWN Make' of - CHAMPION SKIRTS"
are in every way superior to all other Hoop
Skirts:belbre thepublic, and onlyhave to be ex
amined or worn to convince every one 6f the
fact. Manufactured of the best linen-finished
English Steel Spring., very superior toper, sap
the style of MS met alio fastenings arid man
ner of securing theul surpass for dumb - HUY
and excellence any other Skirt in this coun
try, and are lighter more elastic, wear longer,
give more satisfaction, and are really cheaper
than all others !dery kaki sUald tri diem.
They are being sold extensively by Merchants
throughout this and the adjoining states at
very moderate prices. If you weent the best
ask for "Hopkins' Champion Skirt." If you
do not find theca,get the merchant with
whom you deal to order them for you, or come
or send direct to us. Merchants will find our
different grades of Skirts exactly what they
need, and we especially Invite them to call and
examine oar extensive assortment, or send
for Wholesale Price List.
T b had atßetallett Manufactory, and of
the Retail Trude geuerally, and at Wholesale
of the Manufacturer only, to whom all ordear
hiiithiecth'iNiY .AND SALEROOM, CS
Between Bth end 7th SUL PhlledelM
Feb. 98, tal&
frsubscribers tiavet net returned from the
egleawlth anAmmenall Supply of
lIARDItitRE a °Romans,
which they are odbring at their old stand in
Baltimore streekat prices to suit the times.
Oar Most oonaists to part of
CABINET MARERVI TOOLS
ALL EINDS OF LRON, //c,
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
OILS. I'MNIS, ta, te.
There le no article included in the wrens]
deysrtments mentioned abate bat wind ma
belsd at thie stare. Every class of Meehan-
Ice can be accommodated here with tools and
nudism, and Ilkomineepers ean and every er
ne% In their Übe. Ave us a call, as we are
t red to sell se low for cash as any bohouseot city.
JOEL 11. DANGER,
Gettysburg, May IS, Lige.
fCirdpartaershlp betetofore existing be.
Mean the undersigned In the Produce and
lin bushier was diaselved on the
first &kr of January lust, to , twittaal con
sent. The booln of 'neonate and all unsettled
bushman bay* been left In the hands of Ruins
Culp, who Is did, anthorfeed to mettle up
the sisran wm be inund at the IWare
hoosseenrla theocouptmey elbows. Bigness
& tbbsaa, All persons intern tad are requir
ed Wean and settle.
- GEO. A. it,tItE9IIA.W.
LAWWARIC—TombIers, nub, dte-.
Guam-any a Ocl;
LADIES , COMPANIONS:
Paw aim sad Bohemian Vases,
TOYel, kr—, •C., &C.,
AT A. B. FEISTEL'S,
OPPoitte Ihluseatodo' Stem
Gettysburg, March Yff, teal tf
Ras bought beet his old stand, es Carlisle
street, and Is going into bushier wain heavier
than ever. Ite oaks his old Mends and the
public to call.
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, CONFECTIONS,
SMARR, TOBACCOS, BC., MI,
In large variety, and a little cheaper than the
cheapest. Don't forget the plies—nearly oppo.
site the Railroad Station.
Gettysburg, Oct. 11, IW. -tt
GOVERNMENT BONDS, of all lands,
BOUGHT and SOLD.
BEVEN-THIRTY BONDS converted Bite
FIVE-TWENTY BONDS without chant.
13Y• ; L ow*. Rio v x;43 , -,4lZtio V szIEN,la t... 1
The HIGHER? PREMIUM veld on GOLD
STOCKS and BONDS, of all kinds,
for persons without CHARGING COM
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Interest on SPECIAL DEPOSITS advanced I
3 per rest. Par 1 year,
4 por emit. *or I smith.
3 per emit. tor 3 IllOaltbal.
Persona,wiabing information in regard to
B. S. Bonds, and Stocks of all kinds, are to.
vited to give us a /WI, and we will give all
I. .F.3.11.0RY BAIR, Climb ter.
GettiibulT, Oct. *VW. U
Will allow Interest on Special Depoalna aa
5 per emit per wain few 1 year
NM convert 740 NOTES into 5-20 BONDS,
as luau], tree of charge.
~yvnrw~a• ~sun;u~ .f~l'~!"s .:+~s„r,:rTr.~
Will also pore/awe or sell RTOCKS and
BONDS 'of every kind, tree of charge as nom-
mission, and will at all times pay the KWH-
EST PRICE tar GOLD and SILVER, and
Will, with pleasure, transact• all buititat
promptly, as heretofore, pertaining to a well
i3EO. AR(OLD, Cashier.
Gettysburg, Nov. A IBC
.Freight Line in Baltimore,
twice a week. Depot--corner of RaLicari and
'Washington streets, Gettysburg. Cars run
to Hughes di Einerson's,l2l North street, Balti
more. Freight carried each way, at the low
est rates. The patronage of his old friends
and the public solicited. Goods to be marked
WM. E. BIDDLE.
hird'he new Warehouse will awn be up,
when the gain and Produce business will be
Curried on as heretofore. 11libeet Prices now
paid for Hay.
April 17, MS. tf
r E andanngned has opened a Bakery at
the coeliac a Washington and High sheets,
Osttyabarg, and invites tile public's pia-
CAKES; PRETZEL &C.,
'll7r3'R I" DRAY.
By using the best or thorAtd other materi
als, and doing his work well. he hopes to give
sntisiketion in every nag!, Call at or ROW
your orders to the Bakery, earner of Waah-
Mignon and High streets, opposite the Fe
male Institute and Powers's Granite Yard.
Apr% 17, 1848. tf
Stereoscopic Yiefre of the
,A.Zs33 TY IC ,
TN IDULLT YANDITT,
AND AT GRNATLT ItAtDIXT:D PRICIO3.
ers-we dant fn nothing bui the beet of lie
kind. OW mad exatainiour stock,
C. J. TYSON, Proprietor.
Aiwa 3, DM
LAWRENCE D. DIETZ & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
No. NI Wad Jailissant
Eamon Hotrate &LIME,
Hip , 7, INA, SallAssace.
Super-Phosphate of Lime.
BT4NDARD C CARANTE6D.
101 SALE AT xAsurwervaza's 'warm,
No. V North Front Street. Ptillodelphla,
Ma. OS South street, Baltimore,
And by Dealers te general throughout the
The BORBRBRO GUANO of which RORO
PIIII,I4IPS' PHOSPHATE 4 and always has
been matinilictured (and of which he has sole
control for the United States,) suntan:4 Arty
=cent. more Bone Phoaphate than Raw
, therefore lt is more durable. The ad
dition of Ammonia gives It greater fertilising
Over seven years' experience has proved to
the Farmer that It makes a heavier grain than
even stable manure, and Is not only active but
lai al l tioe $56 00 per ton, 2,000 lbs. Discount
to Dealers. _
March la Sole ,
INK Proprietor and Mrsoneacturer
HAY AND GRAIN
RR undersigned would announce to the
citizens of Adams county that they still
curry on the
GRAIN AND HAY BUSINESS,
at the old stand, GRANITE STATION, on
the Gettysburg Railroad. They are prepared
to way the highest prices for GRAIN AND
HAY. They keep all kinds of
GROCERIES, SALT, GIIANOS,
Ac., which they will sell et the smallest
pratits. Give as a mil and see for yourselves.
PHILIP HANN a BONS.
Dec. 20, GR. Iy
IcCURDY & HAMILTON,
FLOTIR, GRAIN. GBOCEP IRS, &a
rE ondeeedgned are paying, at their Were
hmie. in Carlisle etreet, adjoining Binh
• the highest prices for
FIADUR,_ WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATR,
BUCKWHEAT. CLOVER AND •
TIMOTHY SERER, POTA
sad invite predbeme to atee them a call be
, fore selling.
They have oonatantly on hand for sale,
A LABOR SUBTLY OF (TROCERIO3,
liolisasyruys, Co Rees, Sugars, &e.., with
Slit, 011. Tar„ Soaps, Bacon and Lard,
Tobaccos, also the beet brands ot FLOUR,
with FEUD kinds. They likewise have
SEVERAL VALUABLE FERTILIZERS,
Soluble Paullle Guano, Rhodes' Phoiphate
and A. A Mexican Guano.
Whilst they pa y the highest market prices
for all they buy, they sell at the lowest living
profits. They ask ►ehare of public patronage,
resolved to give satbdttction in every mute.
WM. S. HAMILTON.
Gettysburg, July I, 1847.
AUCAVING purchased the extensive Ware-
JU. bons°, aim &a, of Culp eidiarrishaw,
the undersigneeintend to carry on the bust•
nem, under the firm of Ingham & Co., et
the old stand, on the corner of WeahLogton
and Railroal streets, one more extensive stale
We are paying the highest market prices for
HAY, FLOUR, GRAIN AND ALL KINDS
FLOUR and FEED, SALT, and all kinds
of GROCERIES, kept constantly on hand
and for sale, cheaper timn they can be had any
PLASTER, and all kinds of FERTILIZERS,
oonstantly on hand or furashed to order.
A REGULAR LINE OF FREIGHT CARA
will leave our Warehouse every TUESDAY
MORNING, and accorrunodatlon trains will
be run as occasion may require. By this ar
rangement we are prepared to convey Freight
at all times to and from Baltimore. All bond
nese of this kind entrusted to us, will be
promptly attended to. Our cars run to the
Warehouse of Stevenson & Sous, 16.5 North
Howard street Baltimore. Being determined
to pay good prices,. sell cheap and deal fatty,
we Invite everybody to give us a call.
• WM. M. BIOHAM,
Jan.l7, IBe3. tf
CHANGE OF FIRM
pundersigned hare leased the Ware.
houne on the oorner ot Stratton street and
e Railroad, in Gettysburg, where they will
carry on the
Grain and Produce Business
In all Its branches. The highest prices will
always be paid tor Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats,
Clover and Timothy Seeds, Flaxseed, gnome,
Hay and egraw, Dried Fruit, Nuts, Soap,
Hams, Shoulders and Sides; Potatoes, with
everything else In the country produce line.
Groceries, of all kinds
constantly on Land and for sale—Coffees,
Sugars, Molasses, Syrups, Teas, Spines, Halt,
Cheese, Vinegar, Soda, Mustard, Starch,
Brooms, Buckets, Blacking, Soaps, Also
COAL Olp Flab Oil, Tar, de, - FISH Of all
kinds; S kes and Nails; Smoking and
They are always able to supply sand rate
article of Flour, with the different kinds of
Aiso, Ground Plaster, with Guanos and
other fert.lllsens. COAL, by the bushel, ton or
We will also run
Lines of Freight Cars
to No. 77 North street, BALTIMORE. and 811
Market street, PHILADHLPHIA. All
sent to either of the above places will CV
oeived and forwarded promptly. Goods should
be marked "Benner' , Car."
H. S..BENNER & BRO.
April 10, 1869. tf
MORE NEW CLOTHING
STACKS OF THEM!
JT 13/1/HRHGEOFF, corner of the Diamond
ch•and York street, haaJust returned from
• city with as untlsoally attractive smart
CLOTHING NM SPRING a SUMMER
wear. whichlte will sell at such para., pecan
not fall to take them at very rapidly. Call
and judge for yourselves, To lookgl Use ex
cellent meta:let tasteful cutting, , And neat
and substantial sewing, and then to get his low
see It so much to the i r Intep b
t u o y,
do w so. n they
He has Ooats, Pants, Vests, of all styles and
Hain, Ik;ots and Shoe.;
131 0f all kinds, Hosiery, Gloves, Hand
kosehl Cravats, Linen and Pa
per Collar; Suspenders, Brushes, Combs;
Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, Pocket Knives,
Segura, Smoking and Chewing Tob.ccoe,
Pipes, Eirtionery, is
Clocks, Wataloll, Jewelry, with a thousand
and one other szticles, entirely too numer
ous to detail In a newspaper advertisement.
He asks the attention of the public to his
new stock, confident that It will please—and
no one can or will sell cheaper. Don't
the place—corner of York street antl e ire
ritindstsigned takes pleasure in alumna
g to the citizens of , and the
public merally that he has removed from
his old rooms on West Middle street, to Balti
more street, and nearly opposite the store of
Faluigetoek Brothers.• The room he now oe
mph* has been recently fitted op expressly
Sir his business. Theta:A picturesan admirable
one, enabling him to take Wall shades
of vitiator, and with • °correctness unequalled
any where Mao
of every sir* and description, executed In
the anent le. Parrienho. attention given
to taw DS VlBlTUn c to rry cogil
AMBROTYPKS end DACW
deeserest friends. Also—
THE GETTYSBURG 01348,
a nee style of Polars, Which has become
veryrear with the public, notonly tar their
beau but for cdtatimme and convenience.
SIXTEENfor ONE DOLDAR only. Also
—THE PORCELAIN PICTURE. which for
their beauty and durability are mieurpamed.
Wear* iirmared to carry an the bitainem in
all Its vertu* tesuctiee. and having had cAR
akterable ampartimee we ruts no riak G
ANTEEING PREFECT SATISFACTI In O N. 1
Gar teet/Ittea tor • JUR display of our Ikm
are Pleettuated by other Gallery tn the
COUnt.Y. sad we eiMM themfare Irrrite
one to call at the NSW GNITYRBITRO 1 -
for?mai examine our Specimen& and Judge
nneshaw LEVI 1111MPER.
June 16, MIL
jrnie the Reaper, the tualeselgued is au
thorised to make reemvals tato Ever
men Cemetery, sod hopes that scab es con
k:WMe the removal of - the rummies of de
ceased relatives or friends will avail them
selves of this OV ammo of the year to ham It
done. ROINIOI made with
tee ma low, and no eetstt spared to Metes.
March 11, 1/la. Keefer of the Cemetery.
LW. rucintwo eapktinuaa the banner
seddLE CUM% inidsolietts Use eon
ed r=p ot cbc public. It Is hi.
l're4ke to give estisetstian.
incident& Residence in West Mid
P. Is • Rowed Anstieneer, under
"Ten Iner untie United Mateo.
BBIIABICETS, 112 ladles • good arta-
Oh Gad tamp, at CULLEISPIE et 0015.
ROW & WOODS,
HATS TOR BOYS,
HATS FOB, MIN,
HATE FOR CHILDREN;
good mg Coa!de'sod, moth 14mis Wee
In great variety;
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR;
at low primp.
of all sizes—
ALL SOLD CHEAP
May 1. 1801. tt
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND' SHOES,
Every Kiad q/ Gentlemen's Wear,
CANES, &C., &C:
I keep Gentlemen's Wear of all kinds and
will sell them at the
Lowest Cash Prices.
BOYS' HATS AND SHOES,
In great variety
lig-Give me a call before purchasing else
. THEO. C. NOBRIEL
April '24, UK If
DUPHORN & HOFFMAN,
TRICOT CLOT S
FANCY cessma, is,
KNIVES AND FORME,.
UMBRELLAS, WINDOW BLINDS.
DON'T PiIEOLT THE PLACE
April 17. IMA. tt
We are constantly receiving new and dedra-
ble ityles of
SILKS, POPLINS, PER,F.,I.L7±:S.
PIQUISS, SPRING CLOAKING% ALPACAS.
Also lours additions to our usual supply of
CLOTHS, CA138.13/101,14, .Jl4-Nl,
with every variety of Goods for ][en's and
Boy's wear. W. have added ootoidaaably to
our assortment of
which we are salUng at greatly ►dared Wan.
L anusidets. Ik
mad all gods of
tooled owed we too state It to Ilse latearst
of the poroboorr to purchase from cm
IRON AND NAILS st, reduced prism
OILS AND PAINTS •s low Wm.
GROCIRLICS, °tall kind*.
Give as • ell and be ceinibeeoL
Mot of the Bed Pivot.
Vey, lay 1,100& V
GOOD NEWS !
MAS completed Me new Store lions. and
knemectrnect front the any with e fresh
selected stock el Goode, which he
respeeelhily Invitee hie friends and the pub
lic generally Wadi and examine.
HE BELLE CHEAP.
Ms Stock emulate of
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CEDAR, WILLOW AND QUEENS-WARE,
FLOUR, CORN MEAL,
Arne cash or trod° will be elven for
Flour, Corn A Oats, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, Ba
con. lArd, NA., e..
Meech BA, A
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
are now-bantling a variety of
ot the latest and most approved styles,
and constructed of the best material, to which
they invite the attention of buyers. Having
built our work with great cure undo( material
selected with special reference to beauty of
style and durability, we can confidently re
commend the work as unsurpassed by any,
either in or out of the cities.
All we ask la an inspection of our work to
convince those to want of anykind of vehicle,
that this Is the place to buy them.
REPAIRING IN EVERY BRANCH
done at, short notice and on reasonable terms.
Give us s call, at our Factory, near the oor
ner of Washington and Chstribersburg streets,
• P. J. TATE,
W E. CULP
NEW COACH SHOPS.
YANTIB, ADAMS CO.,
LITTLP TOWN, PA.
IIV;E take this method of informing the pub
ic that we have established new Couch
ps at Llttlestown, where we are prepared
to manufacture to order all kinds of BUO
- CAI - MIAOW BULB:IPA, he., on the
shortest notice and most accommodating
terms. Our hands have been procitivd front
Baltimore, and, as we use none but choice
material, we can put up work to compete
with any shop in the State. Old work re
paired and taken in exchange for now.
Aug. 30, 1e67. tf
CARRIAGE- MAKING BUSINESS.
de nt resumed the Carmgrtuv
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
In /kW daddle Mint, Gegyaburikra.,
where they are prepared to put up work in
the moat fashionable, substantial and roper
lor manner; A Lot cif new and wooled-hand
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &C., ON BAND,
which they will dispose of at the lowest pricm;
and all orders will be supplled OM promptly
and satisfactorily as possible.
REP AIRING DONE WITH DESPATCH,
-` and, at cheesiest rates.
A large tut of new and old HARNEIIII on
band and for sale.
for the liberal patronage hereto
foriS enjoyed by them, they solicit and will
endeavrf todeserve a large share 10 Met:dare.
DANNER et ZIEGLER.
July 10, MK U
CHEAP FOR CASH I
GI, Lickuorta, AC.
The undersigned ßOC haaE R
retur ES ed to Gettysburg,
and opened a new Store, on Baltimire street,
next door to the Poet °Mos, and nearly op
posite the Court Rouse, where he offers for
made, (,'HEAP FOR CAS K, a large and choice
assortment of Groceries,—
SIJOARS, COFFEES, TEAS, MOLABI3O3,
SYRUPS, MALT, tC., with FISH,
BACON, LARD, *C.
WINER BRANDIES, .0 INS WRISKIES,
Rama, ana everything else in the tine.
• Also, anT , tity of Notions, to snit any
and every .
• Recollect ev ery
is the place to bay CHEAP
April 29, 1867
NEW MACHINE SHOP
AT NEW OXFORD
maE undersigned calls attention to his new
J. Machine Shop, at New Wont, Adams
oonnty, which he has put up, at Large expense,
with the determination to do good and seals
gactory work. He will manufacture various
such as THRFAHINO MACHINES ti ?RING
TOOTH RAKEE, tre.; and will keep thu
BUCKEYE REAPER MOWER on hand
AU descriptions of REPAIRING done
promptly and ea cheaply with ible.
He luta In connection his Machine
Shop a STEAM SAW MILL, upon which he
will do all kind. of work in that line.
Mitch 13, 1868. 6m
19te. B. Stidler.
HAVING located In the town of NEW OX
FORD, Adams county, will
the bdshicas of Cabinet-making, l ' rZll Ito 'n
kept on hand and made to order. lie will
also keep for sale a choice asaostment of
He invites the eiterens of the town and
surrounding country .to give him a call, as
he will sell as low as can he purchased at any
other plans He will guarantee tile work to
be made up in the test manner, and of good
New Oaford t Jan. el, Mtn. tf
DR. R. BORNER,
PHICRICIAN AND DRuciarer.'
Oft* sad DrugZWEIAMBERSBURO
Medical advice wlthont charge. '''
DRUGS, MRDICINER, PATENT ME:DIMES,
STATiONERY, PERPuMERY, 80APs,_TOI
LET ARTICLES. , BRUSHES,
SPICES, BAKING SODA, CREAM OF TAR
TA.R, LAMPS, COAL OIL, AC., AC.
PVltr. LIQUORS for medicinal purposes.
Dr. It Horner's OLIK.V, a reliable remedy
for chapped hands, rough akin, <to, -
All articles warranted pure and genuine.
Dec, 71 , DXI7. tf
D. IrCILZAJIY. JOHN Y. XVRXA.III(
"Best always fleapest."
Tlipt Betty aixletteaperi
HARNESS of all kinds, in the County,
are alleys to be hoed at. the old and well
known stand, Baltimore st., oppoalte the
Our Riding and Wagon Saddles
are the most substantially built and neateet.
Our Harness, (plain and silver mount
ed,) are complete ln every respect and war
ranted to be of the very best material and
Our upper leather Draft Collars _
CANNOT Eli =AI % They are the best FIT
TING and most durable.
Our Heavy Draft Harness
are made to enter, ea cheap ea they can be
made anywhere and In the meet eubetantlat
Biding Bridles, Whips, Lashes, Draft
lismes, tripaets, see everything in the line.
Pew butter or cheaper.
ahavd.e been minnow to the krweet living atazsd
A liberal percentage for caali, off all bills
mountinga to 15 or more.
work nothing but the beat Mock and
will warrant every article turned out to be
murespeat as represented.
I for peat favors we Invite attention
to our pruesnt Mock.
*ram us a Mill and examine Palms and
(9200SGS A. Irtatffigg, EfOillia PAL - WEB,
&AAA WashlAren at, Getipebong, Ps.
GOOD WORK ADD MODERATE maga.
Jigs ii. nir. -
314 LAST NOTICE.
~p si s . OW= it I r in g
tießadk=== area m.
err Jbeirtr ukg rA r d to
4:0!* 1110. St
Frdurnos b ~"IVA-3°M*llPAyst'a
TO CAPITALISTS 1
Persons dedroas of .Lovesting and realising
nary HIKE PIS CENT, ato moulted to
Gettysburg National Bank,
sod obtain armbus of tho 1711/0111 ihildlie
and also Coalind Paella, Itsitriad CH-
ninon Investments am daily grants'. In
favor and asks increasing
Benda can be bed et all Linen et this Bank,
where all laformatiOn eaneseralng rid In-
vaitmants will day, rfull3' be glees
J. 13IORY BAIR," Cashier
Dee, 20, 1867. It
First National Bank of Gettysburg
T H agent for the sale of the FIRST MORT
&AGE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD SIX
PER CENT. GOLD INTEREST BONDS, at
par and lateral. Sir Intecest payable mewl
annually at the counter.
All neoeo►rp information given.
OEO. ARNOLD, Osage"
Gettyabmv, Nov. 29. UN7
THE undersigned hne bought out Ms former
partner, Wm. Guinn, and now eonUnuee the
himself—at the Gatelburg Lime Kiln., ou
the comer of the Railroad and :Werth Stratton
litroet. Thonkhd for poet potronoge, he will
endeavor to deserve its continuance, by press,
outing the business as vigorously and on as
Wire a scale u possible—always eelllng a
good article ° and giving good measure.—
Farmers and others may look for the prompt
Ailing of orders.
He also continua' the
offering the most popular kind*. House-
loonier" and others should give him a call.—
Ulaclusmith Cool constantly on hand
Lame and Coal delivered anywhere In
Gettysburg. N0v.15, 18e7. rtr
JOHN CRESS 44 SON
IAYE opened a new GROCERY, In Get,
tyabtug, on the north-west corner of the
bile Square. and have just received a
splendid asuartinent of FRMEI
including engera CoMen, Moines.% Syrups,
Tem, SpleekTalaeeo, Salt, Fish, Ilatns,Shoul
Also, gIITEEMSWARE., CONFECTIONS,
Nuts, Pro its, Fancy Fancy Artieles and No
tions generally. We .111 also keep on hand
FLOUR and FEED-STUFFS. •
Havingpurchased for CAKE, we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Give us a call and
Judge for younielvee.
70111 4 .1 CRESS,
Sept. 72, 1/187. tf
GROCERY & FLOUR STORE.
• li'l?..lfo M.l
MEALS I BROTHER
.A.VE removed their Store to the Nefn
jl stedt property, on Chamberiburg street,
where they propose to keep constantly on
ALL KINDS OF
Flour, Feed, Noiions, &c.
Also, TIMETABLES in seamm, fresh from
the ci and country.. are eter mty dump as the cheapest They d
, and as they
ly ask the lowest living profits, they hope
to meet and receive a liberal share of public
3fEALEI 3 BBC);
April 10, 1062. tf
Tin-Ware and Stoves
THE LARGERt ASSORTMENT OF ITIN
WARE IN THE COUNTY, AT
S. G. COOK'S,
(esea►afy Audrey Polley's;) also some of
MIS Y 8 T COOKINciBYOVEMIS SIA.FUT,
&1n which are the
NOBLE 000 K,
BASEST SHEAF, AA
.Uso t . raita,y other artlOlra far Kitchen lose
which will be mold as low ea st, any other
place in the county.
8. O. COOK
Jane 24, Wit tf
SPRING AND BUMMER
H.. now opened • large Stock of READY
MADE CLOTHING, mostly of hie own man
itilstsre, eimalstfog of all slam of
COATS, PANTS, VESTS,
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRAVATS,
Boalevy, gm, &a., at prizes to salt the times.
Call, ezamine and judge far yourselves. s•
April 24. 1811. tt
CHEAPER THAN - EVER
HAVING disposed of his Store ßome end
stock of Goode to MUM & BOWERS,
and being determined to redtm, hie stook d o .
ring the manner and fail mouths, will give
before Inw&itw. My stock of
ALL BLIeDe OF MERCHANDIZE
L full and complete In every d=tment, awl
will be dosed out at reduced p
York %amp, July 77.7808. tt
m Tosimari knowing themse habi
im eted la COMB
HAVE mme vatumbhp WAdTtßtlf VILIFML
abbot' I will traSe Mr dm es mars
nasamalar, Mbelaariltamweilimated Aß M
" m. Apell3." "iwtinatmig inntar tkil
a•amaaa WM It
I °Wt ., / tiP 1)4 ' 1 81g8
KILY /15, /(416'
BiIIGH T i COMM BM
oDE - MARK .
os mar 21r1
BAUGH A SONS, Philadelphia,
Northwestern Fertilizing Co.,
Prises t •
BA L'QI '8 RAW BONN PHOSPHATE
pm ye: 2,0001b5. •
BAUGYPB enitu GO BONE PERTILIZER
00 per 2,000 lbs.
22.bratraCliTa4 GO BLOOD
$5O per 2000 /ha,
The above Manures are ittrolshetl to both
boss landbarrels, whlebrvert ustonters wrier. —
Arne &to ore uniform in w r ipsi too
The attention of Furtn.s is especially .11.
rected to the fact that the • mires of the Raw
Material of which the shove Manures arc
composed, are an well under control that a..
can furnish them of strictly uniform qualitS
and condition, and that they <mutant a tuts,
percentage of atn mon to than any other
of manufactured manures in the market,
3) South Ilelnwnre Avenue,
C.. lake t Lasalle St• ,
may be prorated from 4lk nirrr ht lin) of the
principal towte In the Stales or
•IMmlulou of tinlimin.
June le, SIM. im
Veletale Amb rom
Itatorri OnAt HAI'S° 4
14 original oulor.
Duke. Dandruff •nd
rat:moos • 4.
\ 11021 TIM SCALP, 0
\ * t ri
VEGETABLE • AMBROSIA
In WHAT IT Plinenias To Ic,
AGENUINE HAIR ItENTORATIVE,eItaug
lug Onty, lied or F1t1.11%1 Hair i.
the Duel, Lustrous Igitkro4 2Y , which so
adorn t) or ago. It will poeitlvely oroth•
onto iltilnorn and 1)11111.111111 Isom the
iind Where there Is life In the ghouls, will MUM`
n new geOwtll of Ilalr to put forth on held:
spots.olltlaind, fire tenni : y.lllg to the obese,
PRICE: 01.00 PER BOTTLE.
D. Buehler, Wholeealo and Befell
Agent Gettyeburg—and fur ulo of rel.ll by oil
Feb. lf, 1i 8. ly
March, 1868: Nowrendth the following
work, containing 10:04 (logy ty printed,
large octavo paged, well hound in taw
sheep. Prim, .$lO.
THE LAW .REGISTER ;
LAWYERS IN TIIE UNITED STATEs
THE STATE RECORD;
State and County OMeere, the'organication
Jur lediction, and Tering of the Courts
for every Htlde and Territory:
THE OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
FOR TM: UNITED' STATER
°Metre of the Federal Government, the Doti.
of the several Depart nente , NYetchee of all
the Members of Congress, the Wham
and Terme of the Federal Court.:
THE COLLECTOR'S AHSISTANT;
Lawv for Collecting Debts Executing Deals,
Verifying Claims, and Taking Teatime.
nY, With Poring for every Mate:
WITH MUCH OTHER USEFUL INEOII.
the whole enuentatlng an °Metal and
PREPARED WHOM OFFICIAL AZTIIIO.IO By
Of the New York Bar, Secretary of the Mer
crow to' Union LAM amnpany.
Published by the lderchauln . Union Lw Co,
No. NS Broadway, Third Floor,
(In the American Exchange National Bank
The Book will be nest, prop .Id, to any ;Odes.
In the United States on receipt of TenDull
ars; or it, will I be forwarded by Express,
with bill, to be milikon delivery.
June 19, ian. slu
2,500,000 Customers in Four Years.
PATRONIZE THE BEST,
Having the largest capital, most experienced.
buyers„ and extensive trade of any coneeris
In the Lollar Sale business, we
In every trudance, and alaothe bad selection
of Clooda ever offered et
ONE DOLLAR ,EACIL
No other concern has any show wherever our
Agents are selling. Oar motto, 'Prompt and
Reliable." Male and female agents wanted In
city and count.),
Are particularly requested to try oar pop
_system of welling all kindn of Dff f
AND FANCY GOODS, DRESS PATTERNS,
COTTONCIAITILCASTORS,SILVER. PLATED _
HOODS, WATCHES gc. (Established INN.% -
A patent pen fountain and a check describing
an article to be sold for a dollar,flo cis; 20 for
112; 40 for Si, OU for $6; 100 for DO; !sent by fatal.
Frac presents to getter up, (worth 60 per real,
mare than !hove qfferevi by any ears sauces,)
according to etre of club. Send us • triai
or If nut do not fall to send for a circular.
N. B.—Our sale should Nor be classed with
New York dollar Jewelry sales or bogus “Teti.
Companies," as 11 la nothing of the sort.
EASTMAN dr. KENDALL,
July 8„ ISO& M Hanover SL, Boston,. Maasgni
OANUE OF IVNNECTIONIA—On and M.
ar Monday, May 11th, WO, Pewter:ger
no will leave and artiveat Oettyahurg,
and make connections, :Wallowa : - -
FIRST PASSE:4OER TILAIN will leave Bet-
tyaburg .A. M., with passengers for York,
liarrlatinrig, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and the
North sad West, arriving at Hanover Junc
tion without change of care, at 10.15 A. M., con
necting with the Fut Line Booth on the
Northern Central Railway, and arriving at
Baltimore at 1,2.30 noon. Also connecting
with Mail Train from Baltimore north, ar
riving In Harriabargat 1.00 P. M. Arriving at.
Get.tyabang l•1,S) P. M. with passenger. from
Harrieburyi, York, Baltimore and Washing
SECOND PABEIM4OI - R TRAIN will leave
Gettysburg at 12.45, P. Id., arriving at Hanover
Junction at 2.40, and connecting with mall
train South. Arrive at Baltimore at 8.20 P. M.
Arrive at Gettysburg at 4.20 P. M., with pas
wingers from Philadelphia. Harrisburg and
the North and West, and also with passen
gers from Baltimore and Washlagion by the
fast Une north, which leaves Baltimore at 12.10
Passeamean leave BalUmora In the Mall
Train at M., and arrive In Gettysburg at
12.30 P. M. Or leave Baltimore In the faid Dna
at 12.10 noon, and arrive In Gettysburg at thi
P. M. Bat one change of cars either way: at -
B. McMRDY, Perw . t.
Hanover Branch Railroad. '
2N and atter MONDAY, Dec. Ith. r iadt,,vor.
„= .. . r itrte i r.?:..v... lian • " 6 Bahl
. • . .
PIRSITRAIN will leave Hanover at A.
with Raman foie York liditu n ,
Helmuth end the North and Welt. This
arrive. at the Junction at lale
fleeting . with the Painting. a t,on „.
Northern Central Railway, which arr. at ßaltimore at 12. P. M., sa4 also intb •• •
Train North, which arrives at Her
MEd P. IL daimon at
aipThis train returns to Ha' ver .„12.0 P.
111, and arrives at Gettysbeigi at P. isFAXMID TRAIN leaves
. .. v .. ,235 F.
.IL,, and arrives at Chelan , $.40 P.
connects with the Mal l
wt " .
arrives at Bal timore nusenirer .
by Mile train for York)
..ty over at the Junction
until all P. M.
areTtini Train rai urns to Hanover at 4.45 P.
5 1 , With paniansa• .41 for Hanover, Gettysburg
_Paolo° Se" Aring Baltimore for Hanover,
.ette_MUl i ar d Littlortown, will takeelther
the wall di at 11.30 A. M. or theFaat Line
at 1210 P. Y JOREPII Agent.
Nr.121113+,1011' Ceara' Railroad.
JBLE track route naming between Phil.
Adelnd Pittsburg. Trains leavi
m a ake the following ng connections
• Ith tuts
aiettysberg leave at 1.15 a. m. and 12.46 p. m.
Hanover Tune arrive 10.110 " 2.05
leave WM " LSO
Hardening antveliteTp. m. 11.40 "
P La arri ve o.ve 4. 4 10 " a. m.
Harrisburg leave lad " 1d
Pittsburg arrive ISO a. m.
At Philadelphia close eoluieetima ate made
aria the UM= far New York, Beatall *awl ad
Nadirs Maw At PittabaniaMeMetimas are
Modals the New tlakia Depotwilia tie maim
adi Wasters paints.
ad-or Outlier taistusaMoisM 3,B
Ewe W. Owillarial,Oar lia.
Jaw 5. tt
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