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A ,,trcraing ant *ntailzesping
islets ainnut.Agrieultural Machinery
and Manual Lobar.
Tn response to a request to prepare n
Taper on the foregoing subject, non.
John Stanton Gould tviitcs a fol lu.ws :
-r will give you the facts upon which
such a paper should be based, end I
thick you may venture to rely upon
them with considerable assurance, as
they are based upon n pretty extensive
correspondence with men who are
most likely to be well informed upon
the subject, and from sources of know
-lege-- Which are open to me as Presi
dent of the New York State Agricul-
1. There ' are 800,000 mowers and
reapers in use in the United States.
2. The average cost of mowing ma
chines is $125; of reaping machines;
3. The average life of a machine is
five years ; some will use a mower or a
reaper twenty years ; but the average
number of farmers buy a new machine
once in five years.
4. Of the 300,000 machines, five
tenths are combined mowers and reap
ers, tbreetenths single reapers.
5. Assuming that meadows yield
one ton to an acre on an average, one
man with a scythe will, mow an acre
G. With a sickle, a he& day's work Is
half an acre; with a cradle, in wheat,
two acres; In rye, one and a half acres ;
in oats, two and a half acres ; in bar.
ley, two and a half acres. It is possi
ble, perhaps, that the average work
with a cradle may be put half an acre
higher than tile above.
7. A mowing machine will cut, on
an average, ten acres, and areaper will
reap ten acres
S. Siix binders will keep up with a
9. It Is well settled that a mowing
machine will cut closer and give more
hay than a,scythe. A reaping ma
chine will also cut cleaner than a cra
dle or a sickle. I know of no experi
ments made with a view of accurately
testing this difference, but I think it
-would not be over estimated at 5 per
- 10. I estimate the total prodtiction of
liay in the United States at 25,008,000
of tons; the amount raised In New
York at 400,000 tuna.
11. I estimate that-15,000,000 Beres
N4ere sown In wheit in the United
States, 2,000,000 acres in rye, 900,000
aerev in oats, 100,000 acres In barley,
making an aggregate 0f.18,000,000 of
12. The average length of time oc
upied in securing the hay and grain,
I estimate to be between all and seven
weeks, in the United States.
13. It follows from this that the
mowers and' reapers in the United
Fitates dispense with the labor of about
200,000 men for about six or seven
weeks in a year.
14. In point of fact, by the aid of
harvesting machinery, the women of
the country secured a greater number
of the crops raised in the country dur
fog the war, without which it would
have been ImpOssible to have main
tained our armies Id the field. This
labor, performed by the women, was
hot exhaustive of their physical
strength or Injurious to their health,
nor did It impair their delicacy. It
=consisted mainly in sitting In a com
fortable spring chair, and In riding
about the Held.
15. About 60,000 mowers and reapers
are annually made in the United
States for this and foreign markets.—
The Intelligent part of labor dispensed'
with in the field is therefore in market
at a much higher rate of remuneration
in the workshop In makirfg the ma
chines,' than is realized from the
held by their Introduction. Yet the
aggregate amount of wages is greater.
Cunt: rim Rmosimie—A correspon
dent of the Rural New Yorker says
that he has known a home that went
fir twelve months on three legs, from
ringbone, made perfectly sound by the
application, once a day, of an ointment
composed of half an ounce of red pre
cipitate ; half an ounce of blue stone ;
half a pint of turpentine, thoroughly
mixed. Keep the hoof greased.
Amothee Neves Outrage—A Meek Need
Attempts le Initiate the Peewee of
a Respectable White Lady.
Bribed into committiog acts of law
lessness and crime, by a confident ex
pectation of release from the Peniten
tiary, if convicted, it must have been
noticed that iu various localities of
late, negroes have been guilty of out
rages more or less aggravated. The
last we have to relate occurred in
Springfield, Robertson county, on Fri
day night, and was no less infamous
than the attempt of a black scoundrel
to outrage the person of a respectabie
white woman. It appears that the
wretch dragged his victim into an out
house or barn and would have accom
plished his purpose if the screams of
the frightened woman bad not attract
ed a number of white men to the spot.
Th,.) hat the satisfaction of arresting
the sillainl, : who Is now confined in the
Springfield Jaif.'-' - Last accounts from
there are to the effect that the prisoner
is apprehensive of being forcibly taken
out and lynched, but, as we learn,
there is no disposition on the part of
the citizens to anticipate the course of
the law.—Nerahville Banner,
Tuk Republican Governor of Ala
bama has vetoed the bill to take the
election of Presidential electors out of
the hands of the people, and his ac
tion is sustained by the honorable
portion of his party in the Legislature.
The veto created a great flutter among
the Radicals, but finding that they
could not pass the bill over the Gov
ernor's objections, a resolution was in
troduced and passed for the Legisla
ture to take a recess until the Ist of
November. In discusalag the bill the
"It cannot but be regarded as re
markable that the first Republican
Legislature convened in Alabama
alkali, in the face of the principles of
its organization, which every Repub
lican professes to hold dear, deny not
only to the colored, but the white
SUM, the right, by his vote, to Indi
cate his choice for President and Vice-
President of the United States, and
take the matter in Its own bands.
,exezuto can there be for it? Is
t mere party_ e xp ediency? If so,
At -Is au abandonment of princi
. . -or an 'acknowledgment that the
aterial out of which the Republican
is composed cannot be trusted
'other words, it is to say that the
-.• . man will not do to be trusted."
Aweichad a great advantage, In one
'• goat, over every other husband
• oWearth; hb wife couldn't
-to go and live with her
TO VSO Miaowlan. eulogising bLs
• • 's beauty. mild: be sloggisue4
Cabe alai as party as a a/ wagon."
, ADAMS. COUNTY
TO BE HEED '"'
T GE T T FS' ht.RG,
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURS
DAY, September 22d, 23d
• and 24th, DM.
'LIST OF PREM.
Brno sad Mole Ilrepartelowatt.
ilteatlons, Marrs mot Ogle for Heavy Dreophl.
Beet illation over 4 rears,— ...... $l9 CO
best stalhou between 2 and 8 years, - 900
best brood mare, . 5 “
best horse colt between 2 and 8 years,... 303
best mare colt between 2 and 3 years, .. 300
best colt between I and 2 years, ..-- 900
best colt under 1 year
Best stallion over 1 years,-
sei-ontl. best .
best stallion between 3 and 4 00
second best 9 00
beat stallion between 2 and 1 years.-- 00 0
beat 110003 colt between 3 and 4 years,—
2 and 3 years,._ • 00
I and 2 years,— 00
beat brood mare over 4 years 00
best mare between 3 and 4 yams 00 .
2 and 3 yams, ..... .„ . 00
CI " 1 and 2 year5,_....... .00
best colt under I year.... —.. 2 00
Quid. Droauld arid Skittle.
Bout stallion over 4 years
best pair matched 'home or mare 5,... ...
best and fastest hone or mare for ligt
harness, owned In the county, .... 00
second best •' li 00
beat family horse or mare for general
utility, . . . 10 00
second best 5 00
best saddle borne or mare............ 6 00
fastest walking horse or were, b 00
fasten rocker or 10 110:2
earirotttis Zt gese L , mare or of $lOO for the
gelding In harness
—beet two in three wheo—open to the world.
.6 entrance fee is to be paid upon entering
for this premium.
Anl-The Fair Grounds will be ppen for train.
log of horses two weeks prior to the Fair,
Bela team bereft, not lea! thanD , $8 OD
beet teem mules,
beet single dmught hone or mare, 400 00
bent Jack 5
beet pair of mules over 0 years,.-... ~,,,,, 800
beet pair of melee between 1 and Tyra,. 2'oo
best mute flily, , 100
Beat bull over 3 yeah,..._
best bull between 2 and 3 year.,
I and 2 yearn,.
beet bull calf under I year,
best cow over 8 years,
beat hailer or cow between 2 and 8 yna, 400
best holler between 1 and 2 years, 3 00
beat bolter cult 2 00
rersOne competing for Premiums for Blood
ed Cattle muet give .tlefoetory assurance to
tbeOommlUes of the purity of the etoek.
miums to be given for each of the following
breeds—Durham, Devon, Ayrshire, Alderny,
Native and Grade Chide
Best bull over 3 year. —...... $5 00
best ^ between S and 3 years 300
best " ad( between I sad 2 years,,., 000
best " under I year, 000
beat sow over 3 years,.... 6 00
sewed beet " .2 60
beat heifer or co'v between 2 and 3 yra., 8 00
beat better between I and 2 year5,..._.... 200
htat. heifer calf under 1 year
Beat pen of sheep, not lota than 3,
beat pen of lambs, not leas than 3, ...
beat buck over I year,
beat boar over I year, .....
beat under I year,
beat sow over I year
beat Under I year,.
beat pen of shoats, not lees than 9,..
best pen of pigs, not legs than 8,
Best Cobp of chickens, not ksts than 4,- $2 00
second best " - 100
bent ntis chickens
best " duck., _
lifidenet7/ acrd Implements.
beet horse curt for farm,— .
best hay carriage or ladders.,
beat horse rake
best reaping and mowing machine,...._
best separator . .
beet horse power thresher,
best portable hay prose... .. „, .„ ,_„,„,
best lime spreader
bent corn shelter ....... ........, , .
best clot or huller
Beet fanning mill
beet corn stock cutter,- ........
beet hay and straw cutter,..,.. _..
beet three horse plough, ....... .
best two horse plough, ..
beet sub-soil plough,. ......
best eorn cultivator .......
best grain drill
beet corn planter,.
beet cultivator for general purposes,..._
best broadcast sower, .. .............
best roller for general. ......__
beet and largest collection ee hlblted by
one person of agricultural
ments, to be decided by the Managers, 300
Rule and household Implements,
]feat butter churn
best milk strainer, ................ .
beet washing machine, ....
best grain cradle, . ........ - ..... —......
beet scythe and sunlit
beet 6 band rake*, . ....... ................
best II hay forks
beet manure forks, ......—. ....... - ......
beat long handle shovel.
beat short handle
best corn ha,
beet set horse ehoes,....— ...........
best wire tied broom:ie.—.
beet twine tied brooms
best 4 corn bushel beakets,
best , weighing machine for general
purposes,. . ............ 100
beat portabie . cider oa
best flour barre 15,......... . ...... ...... 100
best shingle and etave . cutier 2 Oil
beet shingle cutter,....—...... 100
beet. stave 100
beet bee hive 100
Rest barrel family flour, white wheat,.. $2 00
beet barrel family dour. red wheat, ... 200
beet barrel flour, superfine, . 100
beet barrel rye flour,.. 1 00
aanel rye Cour , .
beet 96 pound. corn met.; ....
beet 25 pound. buckwheat
red whea t halt bewhel wtute wheat, ......
bee " t,
beat " white corn
beat " red c0rn,......... _.._...._..
be " rye,..
beat " oats, ..
beet " barley,
best peck timothy seed,
beet " clover seed,_. .
beat " buckwheat, .—, ...... "
best sample newly ltdrodneed grain,
valuable to the farmer, not less than
- 1 00
For the best htlf bushel of any variety
of potatoes, emery__ ................ St 00
beet ball bushel sweet potato'',l 00
beet " turnips, 60
beet " . 60
best " parsnips,.....
best 5 stalks eelery, ....... ..... .
best 12 beads cauliflower. —.-.-....
best 8 heads cabbage,- .... .
best 3 largest sweet pumpifins,.- ...... ..-.
best 8 field pumpkins... ..
best half Peek Innsbeans
beat 3 garden squashes ..... ....
Pewits, Wines and Oder
Best and largest exhibition of apples,
correctly libelled, not less than Aye
specimens .. It 00
best specimen of fall apples, bosh., r
beat specimen winter apples, bush.,. 100
collection o pears,
correctly talled, not /au than three
specimens each,- ...---- 2CO
best assorted basket - or at' tot guineas, 60
best collection of plums,. of kind, GO
best collection of grapes, grown in the
open air, 1 00
best speeimen of mink melons, ......
best specimen of cantelenpn--.-- ID
best home made wines, not Less theta 6
best catawba .. 50
best currant wine,—..... ---- 50
best blackberry wine,....-- .----. 60
best bottled elder, with the mode of
caring to keep sweet I Year,-
Alt fruits exhibited must be grown by the
competitors, and the Judges may withhold
Premiums if fruits of anti/slant merit ore not
Roder. awes , . honey, Harm, do.
Beet 5 poondsbutler_ 03 00
beet ham cured by 100
All competitors for hem premium/ ore re
quired to have their ham cookedand trt4ll4
to the exhibition with the skim on, and
to give statement orthe mode of =Ame AS.
Oirrive, Leather wallow Department.
Brit&mars airrings—.....--- 14 tia
bat. Olen I al
bed banats...-,.....-.----- 300
THE GETTYSBURG COMPILER, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1.868.
beat wagon hart..., hind geana..--7—. 200
beat wagon harnaaa,' front Ran • ....... to
best riding saddle ...... ...... . 200
beat ladles' saddle OU
best rtdingg bridle
004 lot sot...leather
ben lot barites. leather ___- 00
best lot es skills-- 00
akin. ,•• ....... 00
stove, for wood or toal___ 00
best gas stove_ .• - ..—_— 200
best ornamental parlor stov• - e_ ... _ 200
heat sample iron 1 00
Best V; yards wool, n carpet,----- ...... 12 00
best I: yards tug ettrpet ...... ---.--. 2 OD
best Dearth rug, 1 00
best doable coverlet 100
best pair woolen knit 5t0cking5,........... 60
best pair ball how.. a oolen ..... .-....--, 50
beet per linen stoekinipt,.... ............ ..... 60
best pate linen nose, . 51. t
beet pair cotton altering; . kW
best.pelr half hose, outton, ...... ....--._.-
best pair woolen inlttens,....... .......... ....- 50
best pateh.work qii11i.......-.... 2 00
second best " . . -- 60
11l ITJ.i .i'Rll
best counterpane, „ 100
best pair woolen blankets —____ 100
beat 10 yards home-made linen,— 1 00
basin) yards linen diaper,...._._..... 100
beet 10 yards tow 1inen,.. ... ....__.._.__.100
test home-made shirt, 1 00
best pound linen sewing thread,......— 60
Clari . lll.
Beat gineral display of worsted work.— 01 05
bestottoman cover,....— --...-- 100
best soni .. ... ........... 1 00
best worked reception ehalr,... -- 100
best pair worsted slippers, ....... 60
best worsted lamp trmt,.... ..... ...... 50
best flower vase mat, . : . ...... - 50
best child's worsted worked dress,.....- 60
bast child's afghan.-- ...... - ........ .....
best worsted tidy, 50
best worsted n unload 60
best worsted toilet cushion, ...... 50
Embroidery and Farley Wort.
Best knit quilt,.. _........».__.........51 00
bent embroidery on 50
best embroidered skirt,.. ........... 50
Nat silk slippers, .
beat crochet tidy .50
best lace shawl, 50
best embroidered caae...-
best embroidered handkerchief, " 50
best embroidered child's c0pe,....... bit
bent embroidered collar,. ..... . ao
best specimen of wax flower's, ...... 1 00
second hest 5U
best hair flowers .50
best leather work, .......... 50
best button ................ SO
hest bur baaket,- - .
best bead cushion _ 50
best bead basket 50
best work basket, 50
- $l2 00
Best home-made bread ..... . . 81 00
second best " 50
best live loaves baker's bread,. .... . 100
second best 60
beat pound, sponge, fruit, jek d lady,
Dover. gold, silver, marble, Won,
mountain and cocoanut mks, each,.... 100
best ginger and sugar cakes, maw,-
rocmb, Jumbles, rusk, biseigt, each, ... 60
Best preserved - Strawberries, osalneee,
- plums, peach., pine-apples, pears,
apricots, tomatoes, end , apples, cher.
rt., citron, &c.. each, ..... '.. „ .
best currant, quince, raspberry, apple,
wars toot, huckleberry and peach
Jelly, each .. „..
best brandy pearbee, . tai
best canned tomato., peaches, pears,
corn, cherries, .
... 2 0)
Best apple, peach, peer, quince and to- '
mato butter, each 50
beat pickled cucumbers, pepper., coma-
Mee, canteleups, plums, mixed pick
best tomato catsup ...... ....... ........
Greatest variety diddles, roses, verbe
nas, each,.... . 50
second hest varieties dahlias, 50
bort varieties German asters, pansies,
collection of green-house Plants, by
one person, dotal ornaments, eac h,.., 50
best hand briquet 60
for the most beautifully arranged bask
etof d0wer5,....._...... —....—... ...... 60
best cabinet 0rgan,....._....__........._.. 400
Cabinet Ware mai Howekola /aerations.
Best variety of cabinet ware,:- ...... 12 00
best sewing placbluo,—, a 00
best case cutlery, sprclaipremlum.---
For all inventions and improvements of
home - Mild amity, having valuable properties,
and not included under any of the foregoing
heads; discretionary premiums, or diptoutia,
May be awarded,
Hats, boas, Shoes, acthinp,
Best display of hats and cepa, SI 00
best display of boots and shoes, 1 00
beet display of nscu's c10thing,......_. 100
best display of 1 00
best display of smoking and chawhig
best cigars made iu the oonnty, ..... 1 00
Paintlaps, Penns - ma/lip, tte.
Best dliplay of drawings and paint
bea n tllsplay of oil paintings, drawn by
• native of Adams connty,.--- ...... 1 02
best water color painting, 1 00
beet crayon or pencil drawing 1 00
best dtsplay of photographs and am
brotyypes best sign and oramileptal painting 100
best marble work . 2 00
test penmanship, 1 00
The Society Invite. the exhibition of may and
every thing that may be useful or convenient
In the practice of Agriculture or Horticulture,
or be the product of either; all articles and
implements of convenience or use In the clo•
romtlo 00014 1 life, OP of "ll the products of
art and mid for all suc h Mirage of merit,
although not enumerated n the foregoing
list, prettilums or diplomas may be awarded,
- 2 03
Rules and itacalatiOas
All awarded premiums uncalled for, for
thirty days after the close of the Fair, shall
be deemed donated tothe Society.
Premiums shall not be awarded when the
animal or the article le deemed unworthy.
All articles must he marked with cards,
which will be furnished by the Secretary, dm
!knitting elms apt ticonber; and there cards
must aot•be removed until after the Award,
log Committees have finished their exhillina
-.. 1 00
- 1 00
-. 1 00
ilia Executive Committee will take every
possible precaution fur the safe keeping of all
articles on exhibition, after their arrival and
arrangement, but the Moctety will. not be re
sponsible for any loss or damage that may oc
cur. They desire exhibitors to give personat
attention to Mawr animate or articles, and at
the close of the Fair attend to their removal.
No animal or article shell be taken oat of
the Fag grounds without the leave of the
NibibltOM are expected to obey the Mar.
shabi promptly in producing their stock,
When instructed to do so; and any person
proving refractory will be ruled out from com
No animal or article will be assigned • place
on the grounds until the entries are made, as
the regulations of the Society require.
Permits renting refreshment booths will not
be permitted to sell intoxicating drink..
Any person found intoxicated upon the Fair
Grounds, or acting in a disorderly manner,
WWI be immediately ejected from the
A prompt and severe example will be made
of any fraudulent use of Admission Tickets.
- . -
Any person attempting to interfere with the
judges, in their iut udioatlons, will be prompt
• excluded from competition.
Should any doubt arise as to the regularity
of the entry or nue other important matter
which tllecomm Moe feel incompetent to de
cide, they may at once report the same to the
Prices of Admission.
Family Tickets, admitting man, wife,
unmarried daughter., and minor son.,
or one gentleman and lady, during the
Footman, single admission, 25
Children under ten years of age-- Free
One man and horse, single admission,— 60
One-horse buggy or pleasure vehicle,
gentleman and lady, single admialion,. 76
Each additional person in 2
Two horse bump or pleasure vakicie,
gentleman and lady, single admission. 1-iX
Each additional person la , - Z
Pleasure tickets, admitting man and
horse during the Fair, In addition to
family Uckets,....- -
Pleasure tickets, ------------------
buggy or pleasare vehicle, gentleman
and lady, during the Fair, IA 1144it40U
to family ticket, 00
Pleasure tickets admitting twei-hoWs;
buggy or plear u revehicle,gentleu n n
c to tamtty tierknett.h
e Fair, In addition
Applleants for plea:sure tickets required 'to
give evidence that they have obtained
Pleasure admission ticket& rmutred to be tied
to the right hand side of the horm's head, to
avoid detessUon at the gate.
Pleasure vehicles strictly required to keep
on the grounds assigned them by the
of Managers, and enter the only at the
times designated by um
SAMUEL HERBST, Presidant ,
McSnentsr, Woe President,
J. S. Wrimsnow,
E. 0. Vsnarsernar.„, Bee.
H. J. Srsair, Oar. Beep.,
D. WILLS. Treasurer. .
ansens—Wm. B. Wiusow, El.rsHA
Jamas Rorr.orssini, Writs, Jo=
Aug. 14, IRK tr
rrE School Directors of Cumbetiand taint
ahipwill meet at the Normal School In
m, Gettysburg. on SATURDAY, AU
OUST illth, at 10 o'clock, A. W. for the pur
pose of employing 8 Teacher. to take charge
of the several School in said township,
By order of the Board.
A. SPAM:IMO., Pros%
TV verse armada; Compound. by Um nie
K which mom Wax Is wed, atWI tho work
done in the bee mamma. for tale at. GILLIS
PIE & CCM A Urge wash can be done with
6 mitts' Worth in hard or Ka water. '
IXOTL, eta — b da c
a am peaue C OSos.
3tereoreOpio rleyre of the
AND AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
SPIV* deal In nothing bet the best et In
kind. Call and *rands* onr Moak.
April 2, IMIL U
THE OW FREIGHT LINE
T HE undoratgned continues to run his
Freight Line to Baltimore,
twice • weak. Depot--corner of Railroad and
Worthington street% Gettysburg. Car , ran
to Hughes it Emerson's, 121 North street, Balti
more. Freight earned each way, at the low
sat rale& The patronage of ids old &Mode
and the public solicits& Good/ to be marked
_ WM. E. BIDDLE.
Sit-The new Warehouse will soon be up,
when the Grain and Prcaluee busintes will be
carried on ae heretofore, Mlibest prices now
paid for lay.
April ft, LK& tt
T HE undersigned hot opened e Bakery at
the corner of Waal:dap= and High street;
Gettysburg, and Invites Ilye public's pat,
• caus, PR/M=IA &C.,
By wing the best 01 DOW and other mated
an, and doing life work well, he hopes to give
eatianietion In every eine. Call at or send
your orders to the Bakery, corner of Wank
inifi43a and nigh streets, opposite the Fe
male Institute and Powenes Granite Yard.
y: ; .r : ~ ~Y . .
April 17, UK If
will allow interest on Special Deposits, as
per emu per 1101141111 illtr 4 Mire
Will convert 7-30 NOM; Into 6-20 BONDS.
as usual, free of change.
CAlill COMPOUN c l o l t ilarair NOTEB and
Wlll also purchase or sell iTOCNS AISI4
BONDS at every kind, free of &Area as Ann-
Weldon, and will at all times Fey the HIGH-
IST PRICE for GOLD and SILVER, grald
will, with pkwuntre, transact all hosanna
haretokore, peetaildng to well
0,04 , 1
Cketobarg, Nay. 8, UV.
GOVERNMENT BONDS, of all kinds,
BOUGHT and SOLD.
wa n :Rt ciMirg t°
COMPOUND INTEREEiT NOM CASHED.
The HIGHEST PREMIUM paid on OOLI)
STOCKS said BONI* of all kinds, bought
for persons without CHARGING COE
ORDERS PEtO.UPTLY EXECUTED.
Interest on BPSCI.A.L DEPOS/Tl3 advanced 1
3 per mat. 0111 r I year,
4 per 44411. Sur 4 moollis,
3 per eerit. rer 3 mrestbs.
Perrone within; Information In regard to
U. S. Bonds, and Stooks of all kinds, ars In•
'Mod to give us • all, awl we will give al
J. EMORY 40%.111, Cashier
Gettysburg. Oct. X. I. , V
Has bought back Ids old stand, oak Carlisle
street, and Is going Intcbaelneas agala balmier
than ever. He sake bla old Mends and the
nubile to eall.
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, CONFECTIONS,
SEG ARS, TOBACCOS, &C., &C,
In large variety, and a little cheaper than the
cheapest. Don't forget toe place—nearly °pp*.
site the Railroad Station.
ChAtyetatrg. Oct. 1 /. lea. v
P UNE 8 r,"
Paaq Cada& aad 'Madan Vamm,
TOTS, &C.. &CL, AC,
AT A. K.PETSTELT,
Gettraborg. *web N. VOL tf
LAWRENCE D. DIETZ & CO.,
WHOLINALS =AMIN '
Roof aim awl
Myr AM Maillseek lia.
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\ iiitteres bus HAIR
\ "a erigthal 0010 r.
Essibeat.s Dandruff and oa
"ti 4 41 ,14, 6 '
II WHAT IT PIMPORTB TO 116,
AGENUINE HAIR RERTORATIVE,chang-
Ing Gray, Light, Red or Faded Heir to
the Dew*, Lautroas Mikes Tresses, which ao
adore 700th or age. It will poeltively eradi
cate Rumors and Dandruff' from the scalp,
and where there is life In the glands,will cause
• new growth of Hair to put forth on bald
spots. Thousands are tesUfylng to the above.
PRICE: 11.00 PER BOTTLE.
Buetde,r, Wholesale and Retail
Agen W t. Gendnburi—and (or sale at all
Feb. 14, 11448. IY
BAUGH'S omisßait imEs.
N NVICIT rACXAOL
C. J. TYSON, Proprietor.
Northwestern Fertilizing Co.,
BAUGIPB RAW BONE PHOSPHA TS
;56 per 2,000 Ibe.
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BON; FERTILIZER.
00 per 2,000 Me.
BA mgB CHICAGO BLOOD KA NURB,
$5O per 2.000
The above Manures are turulahad to both
brags and burro* whichever cuatomera yorefer.
or TM IBigB cwe un(foras to Wright 100 Ids.-14
The attention of Farmer. le especially di
rected to the fact that the a mrces of the Raw
Material of which the above Manures are
composed, are so well under control that we
n funds') them of strictly uniform quality
and condition, and that they contain a larger
percentage of ammonia than any other class
of it tanMe,otured manures In the market.
BAUGH et SONS,
20 South Delaware Avenue,
NORTHWESTERN FERTILIZING LG.,
- Cor. Lake a Lasalle Nut,
Sir BAUGH'S COMMERCIAL MANURES
may be procured from dealers In any of the
principal towns in the United States or
Dominion of Canada.
June 19, DOA Out
N and after MONDAY, Der. 9th, 1567, pas
senger trains on the Hanover Branch
KailroaA will leave as follows:
. .•. . •
FIRBTTRAIN will leave Hanover at 9.20 A.
M. will. paseengern for York Baltimore, liar
risburg, and the North and West. This train
arrives at the Junction at 10.10 A. M., con
necting with the Fast Line South, on the
Northern Central Rails ay, which arrives at
Baltimore at 12.30 P. M., and also with the Mall
Train North, which arrivm at Ilagtsburg at
1255 P. M.
- • •
ggpThis train returns to Hanover at 11 .10
*.; Und retriyes at Gettysburg at 12,55 P. M.
AEODND TRAIN leas es Hanover at 2.45 P.
M., and rirriVesat the Junction at 2.40 P. M.,
connecting with the Mali Train South, which
arrives at Baltimore at 6.20 P. M. Paesengers
al train for York Lay over at the Junction
g P. M.
4TPhi• Train returns to Hanover at 1.45 P.
If., with passengers for Hanover, Gettysburg
Parieeniere leaving Baltimore for liknovet
Belt eburrBg and I,l s, tgellown,
at 12.10 P,114. n Jag% DEA Agent.
Dec, 2A, 1867. tf
etHANGE OF CONNECTIONS.—On and af
t/ for Monday, May 11th, lldt, Passenger
Trains will leave and arriveat Gettysburg,
and make connections, issfollows
FIRST PASSENGERTRAIN will leave Get.
tabtirs at 5.15 A. M„ with passengers for York,
flUTisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and the
North and West, arriving at Hanover Junc
tion withon: change of care, at 10.11 A. M., con
necting with the Fast Line South on the
Northern Central Railway, and arriving at
Baltimore at 12.30 noon. Also connecting
with Mall Train from Baltimore north, ar
riving in Harrisburg at 1.00 P. M. Arriving at
Getsysbmg 12.90 P. M., with iusesengers from Harrisburg, York, Baltimore and Washing
GEO. ARNOLD, Guider
SECOND PASSE-N(4Eli TRAIN will leave
Gettyaburg at 12.45, P. M., arriving at Hanover
Junction at 2.40, and connecting with Mail
train South . Arrive at ii.atitaluFr at 5.31 P. M.
Arrve at Gettynburg at 4.31 P. M., with pas
stingers from Philadelphia, liarrtaburg and
the North and Went, and also with passen
geni from Baltimore and Washington by the
Nat tine north, which lenvea Baltimore at 12.10
Passengers can leave Baltimore in the Mall
Train at. 9.30A.M., and arrive In tiettymburg at
12.30 P. M. Or leave Baltimore In the fast Ilna
at 18.10 noon, and arrive In Gettysburg at 420
P M. But one chatage al cars either way: at
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
DOUBLE track route running between Phil
adelphla and Pittsburg. Trains leaving
liettysburg make the following connections
with WA Trunk line:
Gettysburg er leave
i,. at e aa. and Pit s 4r6
•' leave 19 . .41 •• 9.40 ••
Rarrtburg try ' : ' Et P. T. 1 / 4 1a:m .
Philadelphia arrive 9.40 7.10
At Philadelphia close connections ars made
with the trains for New York, Boston and ail
Eastern Cities. At Pittsburg connections are
made in the New Union Depot with the trains
for all Western potpie.
ArFor Anther intormation apnly to
EDWARD 11. WiLLIAIIS,
Gen. Supt., Altoona, Pa.
S W. Gwfar
if rix.n, Gen. Pass L., Phila.
June , 1868.
March, 1888: Now ready, the following
work, containing 1038 closely printed.
large octavo paiges, well bound in law
sheep. Price, $lO.
THE LAW REGISTER ;
LAWYERS IN THE UNITED STATES
THE STATE RECORD;
littate and County Officers, the organisation,
Jar ladktfon, and Terms of the Court.
for every Hint* and Territory :
THE OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
Mears of the Federal Government, the Drake
of the several Departments, Sketches of all
tits Members of Congress, the Officer.
mut Terms of the Federal Gonna
THE COLLECTOR'S ASSISTANT;
laws for Collecting Debts, Executing Deeds,
Verifying Clatme,and Taking TeeUmo.
ny, with Forme for every State:
WITH MUCH OTHER USEFUL INFOS-
the whole oonatltoting an offidal and
PIURAEND FROM OTYICIAL =IMMO NY
Of the New York Bar, Secretary of the Mer
chants' Union Law Company.
Published by the Mercbanta' Union Law 00.,
No. ila Broadwa c a ni Tt r ard Floor,
(In the Americen Es. e National Bank
The Book will be sent, preptid. to my address
In the United States on receipt of Ten Dol
lars; or It will be forwarded by Express,
-wi n th Mil- . to be paid on delivery.
Jue 19, INK
2,500.000 Customers in Pour Years.
PATRONIZE THE BEST!
Hawk's the largest oapIOLI, meet experienced
boyars. and ertousivo trade of sow outeern
In th e Dollar Bole business. we
to eviny Instance, and aloothe best selection
of Goode ever caned at
ORE DOLLAR EACH.
No .tA tower* Ma am show WWI..? ow,
Agog. ore etakm. Our motto, "Prompt and
Reliable." Mole and female agents wanted In
city and eountry.
Are particularly requested to try our pop!
War dub system of selling all kinds of DRY
AND FANCY MUM _
(00Dlit, WATCHES, du, (Fatabilatied 1P41.)
A patent , pen fountain and a cheek describing
an article to be sold for • dollar, 10 eta; 90 foe
II; 1140/111; 00 for NI; 100 for $10; unlike malt
Fins presents to getter op, Soar& 60 per cent
sr sr /Ma aoss effeesd 0y - ether eencerao
aceirdina Weise cordon. Band =atrial club,
or If d o not fall to pond far a circular.
. . . .. ... . _ . . ..
N. B.—Oar sae abotild wer be clamed with
New York dollar J Nth* we blips .res
Oompintes," as ft is of the sort.
811 Hanover St.. Ilstomi, Mar.
July 11, OIL illa i
kat=griLY. M i tt=e
e lr i tox oicaol7aza.
Vay. IS, Ink V
.Ic. M. wcritts & co
BAUGH & SONS, Philadelphia,
Hanover Branch Railroad.
R. McCUPart, Pree't.
leave 1.15 •• 12.15
arrive 1.30 a. m. 11.31
COYPU/SING ALL THB
FOR TAE UNITED STATES
JOHN CRESS & SON
AVE opened • new GROCERY, In Get-
Y l u l on the north-west corner of th•
Ullc Square, and have Jest received •
splendid assortment of FREBEI
Including Sugars, Cottbus', Molasses, Syrups,
Teta, Spices, Tobacco, Salt, Flab, Hansa, Shoul
Nuts, Hs, Songs, Fancy Miklos and Ncs.
Ilona generally. We will silo keep en hand
FLOUR and PESO-STUFFS.
Having purchased for CASH, we are pre.
pared to sell very cheap. Oise us a call and
Judge for yourselves.
Sept. V, 1867. tf
Tin-Ware and Stoves
THE LARGEST ASIORTHIENT OF TIN
WARE IN THE COUNTY, AT
S. G. COOK'S ,
(formerly Audrey Pollera() slao some of
THE BENT COOKING BTOVEBIN ELABEET,
among which are the
NOBLE COOK, .
BARLEY SHEAF, Le.
Also, many other articles for Kitchen use,
which will be sold as low as at any other
place In the county
B. G. COOK
June2l. Pe. ti -
SPRING AND BUMMER
Has now opened iilarge Stock of READY
MADE CLOTRING, mostly of his own man
ufacture, ootusiating of all sixes of
COATS, PANTS, VESTS,
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRAVATS,
Hosiery, de., Ake., at prices to suit the times.
Call, examine and Judge for yourselves.
April 24, 1868. if
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
10FAVING disposed of his Store House and
stark of Goods to GRIEST .4% BOWERS,
and being determined to reduce his stock du
ring the summer and fall months, will give
before invoicing. My stock Of
ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE
la and complete tn every demtment, and
will be closed out at reduced pr
York Springs, July 17 ISM. if
aCTAIi persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to me are requested to come forward and
THE undersigned has bought out his former
partner, Wm. Quinn, and now continuer the
THE LIME•BURNING BOSINEt3i3
himself—at the Gettysburg Lime Kilns on
the corner of the Railroad and North Stratton
Street. Thankful for post patronage, he will
endeavor to deserve its continuance, by prase•
elating the boldness as vigorously rand on as
large a seals as possible—always selling a
good article.t giving good measure.—
Fanners and may look for the prompt
1111124 of orders.
He also oorttlnees the
offering the most popular kinds. House
keepers and others ehoold give lam • ea/I.
BMAluimltti Opal constantly on hand
Lime and Coal delivered anywhere in
Gettysburg, N0v.15, NC. tf
First National Bank of Gettysburg
r 3 agent for the eale,t4 the FIRST MORT
AGE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD SIX
PER CENT. GOLD INTEREST BONDS. nt
par and intend. ifirlnterest payable semi
annually at the oinuiter.
All 12006/611,17 Information given.
CFA. ARNOLD. Oiabler.
Gettysburg, N0v.79, UIII7
TQ CAPITALISTS !
Penang desirous of investing and realising
nearly NINE PER C/LNT., ire requested to
Gettysburg National Bank,
and obtain . Clrealara of the IINa• Paella
and also Central Paellas Railroad Cann-
'Mew Investments are daily growing In
favor and sales Incoming.
Bonds can be bad to all them at this Bank.
where all fitornuttoq eaneernlng said In
vestments will ebeerlkilly be eves. •
J. BROW! BAIR, Cashier.
Dec. 21, likff. tt
GROCERY & FLOUR STORE.
MEALS & BROTHER
AVE removed their Store to the Rein.
stedt property, on Chanabersburg street,
where they propose to keep constantly on
ALL YINDB OF
Flour, Feed, Notions, &c.
Also, VEGETABLE:B in season, fresh from
the city and country. They are determined
to sell cheap as the cheaPest, and u_. tneT . on
ly ask the lowest Brink ;down. sneY n O P. O
to merit and modes a liberal share of pub lic
April 11, 1913, tf
IHAVE some valuable WESTERN LANDS.
which I will trade for me or more FARMS
UM mossy. Thelon& are well located, and
fami ran WrOFF °B .
eenTabMlL Aprn 116 tr
John W. Tipton,
ONABLE BARBER, Northesat am
Mt the Illaaamad,z. door to itoetel
lidisdulhe ow at
sal rt, zy ll t I imm at =p r Mira to alt Ind.
amp ta llaa baa attaalltafit waist
awe as& traumata atatmatattatt, emlalsill
Deg 8, a"
McCiThiDY & HAMILTON,
FLOUR, GRAIN, GROCERIES, &C.
andelef i ctd . r . peytg, their
lea's Hall: the hishest prices for
FLCIU NI rOXWFIF3:T, Ir C Y AVER AA.ID OORi "Ta;
and Invite producers to glee them call be•
They have oonstantly on hand for sale,
A LARGE SUPPLY OF GROCERIES
Tlls,...+LTcs es t Pa L B l *e"
Tobaccos, mc. Am° the best oranti:o ' rPL l Olt,
with FE ND of all kinds. They 'likewise /axe
SEVERAL VALUABLE FERTILIZERS
Soluble Peelle Guano, Rhodes' Pharphate
and A.A Mrsloin Guano.
Wlttlat they fsm the higheat market priors
forall they buy, they aril at the lowest living
profits. They nak a ahare of publk• palrone.ge,
resolved to give satiMartios in every case.
' WM, d. HAMILTON.
Gettysbure, 7uly 1, 11t67: s . .
".. COM - 11'8810X HOUSE.
111 AVING purchased the extensive Ware
house, Cars, Ate., of Culp di Earnahaw,
undersigned intend to carry on the busi
ness, under the flrtn of .I.llfilutm & Co.. at
the old stand, an the corner of W.hillgtan
and Ha !Irani streets, on a more extensive scale
- We are tetylna the higheat market prima for
HAY, FLOUR, 9HAIN AND ALL }UNDO
.. OF PROI&UE.
FLOUR and FEEL), , ALT, and all klnda
of GROCERIES, kept comitantly on hand
and for mile, Oleo per than they can by had any..
a hen, else. .
PLANTER, and all kiln's of FERTILIZERS,
constantly on hand, or torn to onler.
A BEGIJI.AIt JANE OF FREIGHT CARR
will lease our Wareliou.o Os cry TUE...11).4.Y
MORNING, and accommodation trains will
be run as ocension may require; 113 this ar
rangement we are prepared to convey Freight
at all timeato and from Baltimore. All busi
ness of this kind entrusted to us, will be
v an Ktuleiiwntoti Rteerno on R cars . r;1 6, 1 I , ,y o t r tg
!Toward street, Baltimore. Being determined
to pay good pricey, Reit cheap and deal Ihirly.
We invite ever) to
lowly,: on a call.
WM. DI. BIGIIAM,
A LEX AN DELL COBEAN,
Jan. IT, IBp. tr
CHANGE OF FIRM
rPHE anderdighed have leaned the Ware
-1 house on the earner of [Stratton street and
the Railroad, in Gettysburg, where they will
earn oa the
Grain and Produce Business •
In all its branches. The highest prices will
always be paldlor Wheat, Itye, Corn, Oats,
Clover and Timothy seeds, Flaxseed, Sumac,
Hay and Straw, Dried Fruit, Nuts, Soap,
Hama, Shoulders and Sides, Potatoes, will.
everything else in the country produce line.
Groceries, of all kinds
oonatantly on Wind and for salo—Colfees,
angora, Molasses, Serape TeaajitlettL ah ialt,
Cheese, Vinegar, Soda, Mua ,
Brooms, Buckets Blacking, Soaps Alm;
COAL OIL, Fish' GM, Tar, ctc. FlBll of all
kinds; Spike. and Smoking and
Chewing Tobwroo., •
They are ansays able to supply a find rate
article of Floor, with the diMrent kinds of
Also, Ground Plaster, with Guano and
other fertilizers. COAL, by the buebel, ton or
Lines of Freight Cars
to No. 77 North street, BALTIMORE, and, 511
Market Street, PHILADELPHIA.. All geode
sent to either or theabove places will be re
ceived and forwarded promptly. Gouda should
be marked "Mennen' Car."
April 10, 18058. tf H. B. BENNER & BRO.
HAY AND GRAIN
irE sindnwigned would announce to the
ettlsens of Adams county that they still
carry on the
GRAIN AND HAY BUSINESS,
at the old stand, GRANITE STATION, on
the Gettysburg Railroad. They are prepared
to pay the highest prices for GRAIN AND
RAY. They keep all kinds of
GROCERIES, SALT. GIJANGS,
&c.. which they will sell at the smallest
profile. Give us a toll raui Nee 'for yourselves.
PHILIP HANN & SONS.
Dee. 20; 1867. ly
MORE NEW CLOTHING
STACKS OF THEIII
irBRINKERHOFF, corner of the Diamond
and York street, has Just returned Crum
e city with an unusually attractive assort
CLOTHING FOR SPRING & *SUMMER
wear. which he MG sell at such prices an mo
no/ fail to take them our very rapidly. Call
and Judge for yourselves. To look at the ex
cellent mat.trial, tasteful cutting, and neat
and substantial sewing, and tkellto get his low
prices—callers cannot help but buy when they
see It so much to their interest to do so.
He has (bats, Pants, Vests, of all styles and
Hats, Boots and ;
Shirts, of all kinds, Hosiery, filovesi, Hand
kerchiefs, Neck-U.4, Cravats, Linen and pa
per Brushes, Lkimbe•
Trunks, Umbrellas, Pocket Knives,
Smoking and Chewing Tobaccoe,
Pr gar' ?3pm ..ationery, ece
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, with ► thousand
and one other articles, entirely too numer
ous to detail Ina newspaper advertisement.
He asks the attention of the public to his
new stock, confident that It will please—and
no one am or will sell cheaper. Don't forget
the place—corner of York street and the
Diamond, Gettysburg, . .
April 17.1868. If
H IRE undersigned taker; pleasure in annonne
1. big to the citizens of Oetty
public generally that he has from
hiaold rooms on Weal, Middle street, to Balti
more street, and nearly opposite, the More of
Fah/restock Brothers, The room he now ex ,
maples has been recently lilted up expressly
for Ma bilabial., The locution is an admirable
one, enabling him to take play rm Mall shades
of weather, and With a correctness unequalled
any where else.
of every 141.1.0 and description, execUted in
the finest style. Partionlar attention
to the CRTE DE VISITE, and to a
AMBROT A YPEZ and DAGTJERREOTYPFR of
deceased friends. Also—
THE GETTYSBURG GEMS,
a new style of picture, which hue become
very popular with the public, not only for their
beauty but for cheapness and convenience.
SIXTEEN for ONE DOLDAR only. Alas
—THE PORCELAIN PICTURE, which Ica
their beauty and durability are unsurpassed
We are prepared to carry on the badness la
all it. various branches, and having had cen
alderable experience we run no risk in CIA&
ANTE.EING PERFECT SATISFACTION.
Our facilities for a full display of our skill
are unequalled by any other Gallery to the
oounty,•and we would therefore invite artery
one to call at the NEW GETTYSBURG SKY
OLE and examine our Specimensisis.Mys
for yourselves. LEVI NU3
Super-Phosphate of rime.
POE SALE AT XJLEUPACTUBSDPS DEPOTS,
No. V North Front Street, Philadelphia,
No. 95 South Street, Baltimore,
And by Dealers in general throughout the
Tice SOMBRERO GUANO of which MORO
PHELLIPS , PHOSPHATE is and always has
been manufactured, (and of which he has sole
control for the united States,) contains fifty
per cent. more Bone Phosphate than Raw
Bone, therefore it le more durable. The ad
dition of ammonia gives It greater fertilising
Over seven years' experience hoe 'proved to
the Farmer that it makes a heavier grain than
even otahlemantire, and Is not only aciave but
- i lkice $56 00 pt , r ton, 2,000 Ilms. Discount
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer
March 11, - 18(S. ton
BEING the Keeper, the undersigned iv au
thorlted to make removals into Ever
Green Cemetery, and hopes that much as con
template the removal of the remains of de
ceased relatiree or Mends Will rival/ them
selves of this' season of the year to have it
done. Removals made with promptness—
terms low, and no effbrt "pared to_pORN leasei
March 12, late. Keeper of the (*meter!,
W. HUMMING continues the bummer
SAME CRYING and solicits eon
ror oll to siiiMattit the
Chitv ili ntaderate. Heeblew* in West Mid-
B. is • licensed Auctioneer, under
the Tsts-Lt w of Use United States.
B =l= x ,
Wl' an ecmilmatly mettle; iww mot dastra-
We styles of
SILKS, POPLINS. PIDICALEB,
mints, SPRING CLOAXINGB. ALPACAS.
DELAINZEI, CAL;COEB, LAWNPI, &o
Also lino addltkuts to oar usual supply of
CLOTHS, CAMIIIIIMS, JLIPS,
with 8,117 variety et Goods kw Menli and
Boy's wear. We have added eoneldertbly to
our surortmimt of
which we are selling at greatly reduced prim.
Oar stock o
Is oumple4e. Ix.
fie feel assured We taut make It to the Interest
of the purehmor to purchase from am
IRON AND NAILS at reduced prices.
OILS AND PALM •t low totem.
EIROCERIES, of all kinds.
Was na • sall and Se to:maimed
armor the Red Frame.
Gettysburg, May 1,186 IL tf
ROW & WOODS,
- CHILDREN'S SHORS,
HATS FOR RUM
MATS FOR RIM,
RATS FOR CHILDREN;
good fal Coates's, at much leas prim.
, HOOP PatilLTß,
In great variety;
ming AND BUY'S WEAIt
at low prima.
ALL SOLD CHEAP
May 1. 1818. $l.
HATS AND CAPS,
8007 AND SHOES,
Every /and of Gentlemen's Wear,
CANES, AC., At.
ItteZl gentlemen , ' Wear of all kinds and
will Übe= at the
Lowest Cash. Prices.
BOYS' HATS AND SHOES,
in great variety
113.01ve me a odl before purchasing oboe
April 24, 1801. tf
if 0 rat .L
The undersigned hoe removed Ms Serer
NOBM-MM3TCXIRIMMOF THE DIAMOND,
where ha asks* esiithinsalaes of the public's
pstrowsre. His ries loesties is me of the
MNThla. AND CONVENIENT,
and hie stock o (Severn among the most °Wee
He will keep on hone' the best BRANDS.
and Win lalaweitadare for general 1* them*
out fee ecneety. He will se U at the lowest he-
Int prices, and at whams lease retail.
Remember the place, Is the Diamond, be-
tween Brinkarbotra Kos, and MeCiellan's
April 3,181. II
On Baltimore Bt., appoint. the Coart r ffanito,
0111,731311711 A, 78-V 2 FA•
Ev ery descrtptlea of work executed in the
PTNow STYLE OF WE ART
Gott'elan Female Imititate.
Mnest seldom of this laisthation wttt
eam il mesee TIIIIIRDAY, the LA at SSP
ER. Sae lakunestiack with mord Co-
WDL R. A. IL, hut/.
HARWARE AND ORODIENS
Wale subscribers bevel est returned from the
edillas with an immense supply of
HAIDWAUE a GRCK'ERIIIIB,
which they are otlbring at thetr old stand In
Dioamore mzsetott price* to Rua the times.
Our atook.oonststs In part or
141011 FINDI• COACH FINDINus,NGs,
CARINET MAKER'S TOOLS
ALL KINDs OF RON, a ,
GROCERIES OF ALL K INDH,
There Is no article includrd In the mayoral
departments incutinuml above but what (an
'be had at this store. livery chuw of Nleclum
Ica can be accommodated here with turd. and
findings, and Honeekeepers can find every tte.
Ude In their line. Give us u call, as we ara
prepared to aril as low for =at as any lions°
out of the city.
Gettysburg, May IS, IMt.
Farmers, Attend to Your Interests
IrdlE, aohaerlber would Inform hie rum.
I Meru and others, that he la atilt mouth..
toting various allude of meting@ ud MII
ehinen, made to order, at short nOOOl ,
TURF:SHELL.; ANI) POWERS,
Lllve tlltlereut nines of PoWPM.) CI AA . It -
ti LED LII'LLERS AM) CLEANERS, LIM: ,
SHELLER:I AM/ sIi . AILATURFI, CORN
FODDER VUTTERs, writ AN ' AN I) 11.1-1 Ili T.
TERS; C . ORN PLANTI RS;
PLO I' 0 /I ' d,
such us Cast Ploughs, Itur,lohr Ploughs, tilde
hill and Corn Ploughs, the
the Intest itn pros ement ; oho hill it I.,MAN '8
INO 111 inn!. HAKE .
lie hill 111,,,, Ise uvunum hn t•
hit h.ltS AM, HI kpl..w.t .
NI h. PA I. for Cho, 1 . 1110.. M.
ON ItAl LINO for .w. 0.; an. or ro; hes,
With ever, thing else ill hen line. all 111 lots
!'OK One-horse Wugon,
April 111.141 V, If
NEW DRUG STORE,
TILE untlernlgneil luit - pealed n Drug Store
In New Oxfortl, Adms erinity, and rt•.
opeetrully calla the Attention of tho public to
hlu Mock of
WINIO 4 . 7,AN5.
PATENT hi EDIcINEs
and • full aasortment of DRUBS; in a wont —
It complete stock of Oar& genrmily k et it la a
tiret•ets Drug ?hors. All of wit ich but e been
purchased during the pant t,wo weclta, and
will be *Old low, All the article.; fornivrl)
manufactured at the old ealablishinent In
East Berlin can be bad here. Understanding
Ws botany.. perfectly, and et liading his µar ty
himself, he hi able to w arr a nt bin
and as repreaen tot. 'rho public are reline/idea
to give hint a trial.
. . ,
D. M. MILLER
New Oxford, May d, 1867. tf
TO THE Btatormi COMMUNITY
WHO WISH TO "IMPROVE
THR undersigned nespeelltilly Informs the
public that km still continues the
CAEPENTERINO BU BIN
at his old stand, on West street, Gettysburg,
and is ready at all times to accom mud. to ;loam
wanting anything done In his line. lie Is pre
pared to ftirtitah all kinds of Work fur build
ing tutrpoiea, of the best nittWrial, putt its
neatly and cheaply as It ran be done at nny
other. astahMahment In the. county. Expe
rienced handsalways In readiness and Work
executed with pronliptnm. 011,1
117 - Thankful for past favors, tie liopoo, by
attention to bnoLicss, to receive a liberal
share of public patronage.
WM. (11111TZ.M.t N.
Jane 17, 1067. tf
11: 1 31;(e)51:e1:1:11;113CIAZ
N O. 2 WEST MARKET STREET,
AGIVITII - AND DMA LEIGI IN
PIANOS, CAIIII 4 II T NS, MEI.OI)EoNs
2.llitile.\ L INsTRUMENTS,
reepeetfully Inform the public that they are
prepared to fur:M.ll Pianos of the folloalng
manufacture or of any other make that ma>
Albrligbil, Lenges &
grkitkeriog & Soo, Bradbury,
& %nu. Gale & Iton,
ESTFY Mr' CELKBUATKU
COTTAGE, It Alt MD ND; AMU BO Do llt
These Dud:m.lm+ tad emit tilled by
thing found In thin country or in Europe, as
In admitted by all impurtissriudgen. The moat
emluent Pipe Organ Illtildt en and Pert - mitten.,
the hint to disco, or cseelleme in reed Time,
pronounced them vastly superior to all others
for exceedingly quick. artlettlettuit and round
'rune, the essential feature In instrument., of
this eines. We lusher the elm ere ecru ttny and
'PATENT VOX HUMAN TREMOLO.
This late and most wonderful ins entlon (so
acknowledged in, .11 lending artists) will be
found only in the Entry I ontrumt its. lit at
tempting to demerits• the vitt, t of this slop, w e
are at loss for language. Its bruntioi tutinut
be written, hut insist hl• himrd to he appret In
tel. By tins atop an ordinary p•rfonusr run
produce an effect which requires u lite time
of practice for on stylist upon u violin. It is
tirely changes the nett Tone, giving the lull,.
pathetic sweetness of the human voice.
it so melodious and pure that it never
falls to enchant the listener.
THE: HARMONIC ORGAN
for Marche., Public Bella turd Parlors has
powerful anb-Baas otU Independent. reecho,
Harmonic attachment and Vat Mumma
Tremolo, and la believed to be the moot power
ful reed organ made, being nearly equal to
Pipe Organ or three rims the coat,
All Instrument. warranted for live years
BRAMS BANI.ei supplied with Instru
ments and movie at reasonable terms.
Allimini &Aount alluw ior Churches and
iirDistructions given both in Vocal and
Instrumental Music, ut our rooms, and at pu
pils' homes, either to individuals orelasses,un
Dec 17, /MK 11
HOOP 3 I:TS. 628
"KEYS TONE.I3II/MTS "
- It. R lfoortZt tn n
c a n
.$1.00; SI r g
a i A n rrk g n s e , t
sprlngs,S i c
Plain Skirts, tapes, aleprititts,
00 Cents; springs, 93 Cents; ton prings, V 1,1:,
and *2 springs, 11.23. harmonica to fury re
'Our OWN Make"of SKIRTS,"
Eleven Tape Trails, from 20 to 60 springs,
02.600 t Plain, six TtArft, 20 t,r .3e springs,
from IS Cents to $2.00. Theme Skirts are belle,
than three sold by other establishments as
first class goods, and at much loner prime.
.Our OWN Make"of "CM A MPION
are In every way enperlor to all other Hoop
Elklrtaliefore thepublle, and only hat, to be ex
amined or worn to cony inee et cry one of the
fact. Manufactured of the beet Linen-finish, ti
English Steel Springs, very superior tapes, an p
the style of the meta Ile fastenings nod man
ner of securing them surp, . fur dumb' lit!.
and excellence any other Skirt in this reun
ify, and are lighter more elastic, wear long, r,
,live more satisfaction, and are really cheaper
Una all others Awry lady sitould fry them
They are being sold extensively by Me rebuilds
throughout this and the adjoining states id
very moderate prices. If you want the best
ask for “Itopkins . CbaMplon Skirt." If lob
do not find them, get the merchant with
whom you dial 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 our extensive assortment, or send
for Wholesale Price 11st.
To be Had atllnfall at Manufactory, and of
the Retail Trade generally, and at Wholesale
oh tee Manufacturer only, to whom all ordeer
should be addressed,
Awn SALEROOM, ON
Between lith and 7th Sis.,Phlladelphla.
WM. T. HOVKINS.
Feb. ?A, IF%. lem
LEI' ALL THE PEOPLE CODE !
Atutcy Goods dh• anifeclionery More
ruilz undersigned, - having bought &14a
I. M. Warner's Faruy Goods and '
Uonery Ettore, on Baltimore street, neari
poetic Faltnestucks' Store Gettysburg, las ....
the public's patronage. Large and tasteful iil'
the stock has been, no effort will be spared
to render It still more attractive and desira
ble. He now offers
Writing Desks, Plain Candy,
Work Boxes, Fancy.
Pocket he Books, 11,
China Toye, Chow.chow,
Jewelry, 1= Crackers,
Chews, Wins Biscuits,
Bruebes, Musroon do.,
Perfumery, Fire Works,
Boaps, Penis it Penttle, i
(Moho, , ' Writing Papers
Nuts, • Tobacco segara,
MENTION.' 8" " k r00 NUMEROUS to
He intend' to sell everything at the lowest
possible pekes, believing that "small profile"
bring "nukß Wee:. and are therefore teat
for buyer andseller. Come one—come all !
A. R. FEISTEL..
March V, 1864. tf
Mpartnennedp beretokwe existing be
tween the natiensignoti In the Produce and
lug business was dissolved on the
Artt day of January lest., by mutual con
sent. The books or aearants and all Unsettled
boganlehitee • been left In the heads of Rana
Z. Culp; Who be duly authorised to settle op
the same. He will be round at the Ware
house now In the, ermipag. Mehl=
é lbbean. MI 001106.1 Interested are requir
ed te eon aid Settle.
ow. A. BeltlialiAir.
Tat nit tr-