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1, Di. 111.1.111 RD ERN' FRIDAY
LY IL .1.8TA111.11
Trove —Two DOLLARS per annum in attmner
—Two Bottana AN! , BUTT rgwnt It not
pd.! In oda:lnce. No Pllbß , Tiptioll
(lAA Inueal, unlem at the option of the pub.
11,hor. until all urreveragen are paid.
A orrarismervre itowrted at the usual rate%
—Large reduction to tiny. who advertise
Le the year.
Tun Pitt Nrr'SG. of every deecription—from the
einallest label or card to the largest hand•
bill or poster--done with dLepetch, In a
workmanlike manner, and at the lowest
o riga on Baltimore attune, a few doors above
the Court-llouve, on tho oppoelte elde,
with "Gettpbeen; Compiler Orrice" on the
Attornies, Physicians, &c.
n. MeroN3Tf/71T, Jonah. Aft.frnr,
ATTOH:qEYS AND COL:NbELLO2I.4.
DDIeCONAU4,IIY awe.clated JOHN
14. K RALT'llf , Esq., In the Prtettke of
I.aw, St his °Mee, ono door west, of Buehler's
1 , ; lig Store, Chambenthuncntr....t.
Special attention, given to suits, colli_ctiolui
and s,Uletnent of estates. Alt itgal bust
nee. and ...1011., to Pen.,ton,.., ilounty, P. sett
ly, ana Duatax,x agulmit te4l Stn'teel, at
tl s, promptly total efficiently attend
Igunl Worrnnlx located, and /Andre ['arms
lor aale In lowa and other Weletern .11111.4.
Nov. LA 1.7.
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Will promptly attend to Eli
.gal Imninestet entrume , d till., It. lia•llug
the prdN 1L tr Prnsionm, Iknm tv, Burk Puy,
1,1.1,01 oth e r , tgalh,t. the UultaKlKtatem
11101 Slate 1.,11 erilosentn.
e I n North-west ....rner of Diamond, Get
ty sberw, I'. au a.
II li, 1 , 17 tir
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Particular attention paid to
..liection of Penalonx, Bounty, and Buck
pa v. t lie H. E. corn yr of the Diamond.
It v•dmrg, April a, IIIS S. tf
'l"rtnts,LY Af LAW,
ji LITTIEST(AVN, PA.,
~t ill promptly:Mend to collortlonn. eonseY
wuting rive le, Ac., and sdl
mho r mo,t, w 4; ronrldu. 1 to Out,
redet u k 'Ora et, at the of for
tr. 1)r. lahorO, uud lath-rip that of Ma
hinzer loot M. hi nt.
EDWARD R. DUEMLER,
Arroit.m.,y AT LAW,
Will talthnnly and prompt
ly attend to nil lmalneam , !attuned to 'him.—
Ile aptalta the Getman language. IJlllea at
rho s.tine pinee, in Routh Baltimore btreet,
near HUhe t'a elrug More, and neatly opia.
aide Danner d Zleg'et store.
Gettyaburg, March 20.
1J.1 . 1:1110 located at NEW SALEM, (Me..
1 1 1.'1103 txtown I'. Franklin twp.,
not county, offer,. him profewOonal xervieen to
th° Jstriet atte•ition to
profesoaunal (lath., t, merit noollare of pat
May . .6), IVA t f
Dr. J. L. Bd EIIR,
DlPiStrl AN AND nUP.G EON, MIDDLE
J TOWN, .kciatna couu ty, Pa. (Mice In Cen
tre Bqu promptly attend to all collft
unlooa of Itemise prolasalonnily engaged.
Aug. 7, 1' 10. tI
LW. W. J. 3(rCLUII.E;
llnc lag permanently located In New Oxford,
a ill pi .tetice his profession In all Its branches.
Mend% and all others desiring his pro
fc..loital services are requested to call and
at his office, to Haim, or street.
May 51, 15117 tf
RAVING L4)rATEI) AT EAST BERLIN,
114,pr, Ihel by ,trtet ittDrltion to his prof,-
Nlohnl dui lev I o ton merit n elukre of the
public pal routtee.
April 9, tuts, t 1
1 -I" AS RF-41iMF.11 the Prostlee or Mod!eine
in LITYLENTOWN, and offurs his ser
-1,94 to the public. Onion at his house, cor
ner of Lombard ntreet and Foundry aliey,
dr the Railroad. Special attention given to
Littlentos,L, Nov. 8,1887.
() FEICE .IND I, WELLINO,
A few doom from the
N. E. corner of Baltimore and High almeta,
near the Preqhy tc rian Church, (3 et lyeibUrg, Pa.
DR. I). M.,ECICENRODE,
-HAVING Jumt returned from tho Universi
ty of Maryland and ilospltala of Balti
more, has; /orated of HElDl.Flll...littltii, and
otters Ills probassional eery/el:a to the public.
April 21, IVOI.
.7. L. 4 71711 ENG E HILL, M. D.,
line Ids office one door Went of the
in Chandairstion; Street, and
oppo.lie 10. Horner'. oilier. Where liana
wishing to hi, e any Dentril Operation per.
lormed o `11,04 t 11111) let tel to cull. 10
ni N.,: re
lire. liorner, Rev. Prof. M. Jacobs,
Pref. NI I. Sltvver.
Gull) edout g, -11,11 II,';
DR. WM. STA LESM 1711,
I)m- NT. hag 11Naitkil per m anently 111 Get
tvibuty, and offers 111 e services- to the
public. lila room is over John M. Alinnigli's
I utile, tine ry, col I taltimore street, Itlew doors
Omit the Pablo. Silo tee. Persona In want or
full 4,1 - partial SI N OF TY.F.TI 1 arc int ll.vl to
call. Tern. reasonable. 'I'EITiLEXTIL\(T
-1 it wlth lath or no pain, by local alueLacsat,
101.0,11 ell by narcotic spray.
opt. 14, 1,0,
B()Ot avil ShOe EMT)Othnn,
TWO DOOlll4 KOUTIT OP VIM' Pltnitrin
Cthe,oily with file 1 1 ‘" •st gelt"krn,tll,frgl,l
01 llools,Shoes - und ' Cialters, for .47IiIng a and
Summer, ever offered In Gettysburg, 11.
Block consists of
LADIF-S• CONCTRE.S.9 GAITERS,
LA DIE,' 13 0 ItA I, ()A IT E11:4,
LADIES' COMMON OAITERS,
LADIES' KID SLIPPERS, all ,tyleq, •
LADIES' MOROCCO BALMORALS,
IN LAIUIE VARIETY.
GENTh RENCII CALF BOOTS,
(jENTS• ANTI:RICAN CALF 13o()TS,
(iENT:i' LIP BOOTS.
GENTS' CONGIII•4 GAITERS,
lENTS' SLIPPERS, ull Styles,
OEN'T'S' 111100 ANS, Al'., AC.
MISSEs' CONURESS 0 11TI•IRS,
ISsES' 11.1LMORAL (I kITERS,
I , SFS' MOROCCO ILILMOILALS,
AC., V., AC., Al'.
BON S' CONI.,RESS (1 IITF.R.S,
13‘)Y1' CALF I) ILITORA LS,
BOYS' 11110(LANS, 1.C., AC.
Also, Boots anti Shoes of his own manufak lure
conittantly on hand.
All will N. Watt at the lowest living profits.
Buyers, from town and country, are Invited
to call and examine goods and prices before
purchasing elsewhere, feeling confident that I
can please all who may call.
Tile MANIINA(TCHING of Boots, Shoes
and Gaiters will also be carried on, in nil its
branches, as before. Repairing done on short
nett,. By erriplovhig none but first-elates
orkinen, Ana Wang none hut the choicest
leather, hefeels confident of maintaining bin
former reputation. Certainly nothing will be
left undone to deserve It.
Thankful for past favors, be solicits a con.
'tenante of public patronage.
I). 11. KLINGET..
Ortlyabarg, Aprill7. 186 S
DRUG AND PATENT MEDICINE DEPOT,
NO. 116 FRANKLIN STREET
13ALTI MORK 51D.
ON the dissolution of the co-partnership of
S. A. Foutz tt tiro., August. Ist, is , I,
Dnvid E. pout: junior member of said firm,
purchase ..,1 all the right, title and interest of
the retiring partner, P. A. Pfoutz, for all time,
In and to the manufacture of Patent Medi
cines; awl, having devoted ranch limo, care
and labor In gaining a thorough knowledge
in the oompoundmg of those preparations, I
DM fully prepared to oiler to the community
FOUTZ'S FAMILY MEDICINES
pare and unadulterated, namely: lourz's
Mlrruar.—Fotrra's LITE Invicionnymt on
HEAL= aRSTORER Fourzn VIarEARLE
Lariat PIMA—FOUTZ'tI Oxon Byline
PunTz's Caminwran HOME AND CATTLE
Putemons— Writs wawa A RLgAYIC LS.A.GII
DAVID Y.. Fuvr«,
Ationt for "Dn. Glitovies itAGNISVIV SALVE
AND PLASTER," the "DEER OINTRENT,"
alsl the "liREAT ZISGARI 11ITVAIL9.."
air/ also bare ma hand a full assortment
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS,
Window-gin..; F;xtru•ta and Exaenee , i of all
tlavonil all the popular Patent Medicines of
t bed:ly .• Perfumery.Halr 011 A, Flair Dyt , ,, and
hundreds of artklea needed by Mereliantn,
Farmers and IfnuM•keepera. Come and ex
amine my Mock and priced. and If I Lannot,
cult you, you cannot be suited is a/AM/10re.
DAVID E. FUUCL •
At the old stand, 116irranklIn street.
Feb. 21,18tia. 17
ILTENRY SIIIREMAN'S Ir2STATE.—Letters
L 1 testamentary on the extate of Hen ry Sh re
man, late of hfamiltsin township, Adams en,,
deceased, having been gmntod to the under
signed, residing in the same township, be
hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to
said mints to make Immedlatc payment, and
those having .141111th 114,241.1. the 1,4111 e to pre
' sent (hem properly authenticated for nettle
MECHANICAL BAA'ERE ()et, it, Brat. it• Executor.
N POILT & 7aF,GLEIZ,
Routh WirshMelon street, (me rumnre from
the Engle Hotel, HETTYSBUII.G, Pa. Crm
xtrxistly on bamkthobtha of
BREAD, CILACKERS. CAKES d rr.ETZELs.
Persons wishing fresh Bread w
ryryr li n f a b... m , ,,,, lrLed
:47 inorain t t e b i Llz e avd . aVel ,
..xi d o
to Weal*.Ve ua a Bail:
Al:o4k 1863 it
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VA:" i , .,..4r.:
IL E R
By H. J. Stahle
Ifoofland's German. Tonio.
THE LIVER, sromAcH, OR DI-
(lESTI 01:0 ANS.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of the port (or, as they
are ,modlaally of Itanta,
}lvey', and liark , t, making a proparntion,lliKn
ly concentrated, anti entirely free /rum
hadto atlna..aures of any kind.
ROOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Inn comblnntlim of nll the Ingredients of
the Bitters, wait t h e p,n t, at quaitt) of Santo
C... Ruin, &ii , In.tk ug one of the
wont phasant nod nis i reentile reinealles ever
olProkl to the public.
Those preferring u Medicine free from Aleia
tale nsilituixture, x-111 Lase
Hoofland's German Bitters.
Those lebn h we 110 Obit, that to the otuabl
tuition of the Bitter+, 00 statkil, will wit)
Hootland'e German Tonle?
They nre both equally good and irontnth
the AAlite medical N, the choke be
twee tt the two In ing ft toe , 'water of WNW,
the Tonle luing the niost palatable.
'rt. KUM - M0.5, f orn a variety of calls,. such
AA Iniligestlott, Dyspepsia, 'gun calls lleld lity,
0,, I, very apt to I tee Its funelions tie
stupid. The Lher, sympathizing us It CIO,.
with th e Stumm h then tsiemnes affooteil, the
rennin ol which 1,11.1 t h, p,ittvnt sutlers maul
sc I end or more at It e tollou.ng dlaetuie a:
IioNSTIPA iN. FLATULENCE, INWARD
PILES, Fl'Ll,.Roe. OF 111,001) TO THE.
HEAL., ACID)Ii OF THE STONIACH,
2:AI - i-di:A. II EART-111 RN, DISGUST
hilit Felt lil, FULLNESS Oti WEIOHT
TI 1 STOMA( 11,` , EituvrA-
INC; AT TIT TIIE STOM
ACH SWIMMING OF THE HEAD.
- HIT fill 11/D rI/ll' I' I/ LT TI 11 EA
ING FLUILTERINL , AT THI, HEART,
cHoIZING OR sUb FoUA.TING SENRA
TIoNS WIII,N IN A LYING PORTURE,
DIMNEHR VISh IN, Lull. OR WEBS
BEFORE THE RIGHT, DULL PAININ
E HEAL/ DEl • l‘. lENCY OF rEnsiq-
RATION, Vt ., .I.LoWN )F THE SKIN
AND PAIN IN THEsIDEI3AcK,
CHEST, LI Si IN, ETC.,
Fl,f7sflEs lIEAT, LIUILNING
IN THE FLY,II, 1 I INSTANT EV
AULNIN6, uF UWE., AND (it:EAT
The suffer, r front the, tilre,utem hould ex
ertlnc the ere:o4 cotton In the selection
of a remedy for its e.ete. oureltaaing only that
which hr Is 10.11 r. r 1 trots Inn In vesthmileutt
uml Inquirien ponee ,, es I rue merit, to Aklllndly
colilpoUnded, is free from I nlrrrioum ingruJt
•nte, and lire. estnitliMett for itself s reputa
tion for the cure of thew , diseattes. In this
connection we would submit those well
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
PREPARED DR. m. WKRON,
Twenty-two yearn since they were first in
troduced into thin country from Germany,
during which time they have undoubtedly
performed more curer, and benefited imfrer
ing hummity la a greater extent, than ROY
other remedies known to the public.
Thene remedies will eflectually cure Liver
romplainl, Jaundice, li,pepala, Chronic or
of the Wile, a, and aI I In , cas... arising from a
Disordered Liver, stonutth, or Intestines.
Ram Him; from nuv eltUde la hate.. er; PROS
TRAM)); OF TELE sISTENI, induced by
Severe Lal.r, Ilarcl4:dpe, Expo
bun's, Fevers, as.
There is no medicine extant equal to these
remedies In stu h eases. :X tone and vigor is
imparted to the whole nyxtem, the appe
tite le strengthened, fond in enjoyed, the
stomach digests proinptiv, the blood is pu
rified, the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yellow tinge IF eradicated from
the eyes, a bli m. is given to the checks, and
the weak and nor% out invalid becomes a
strong and healthy being.
YERSONS ANTED IY 22.214.171.124
And fcellng the hand of time weighing heavi
ly upon them, with nil its attendant it N,wlli
find in the tine of th, BrrrEtts, or the
TONIC, an_ elixir that NNIII illgt❑ new life Into
the Veins, reistoru lu a meniaire the energy and
ardor of mora,youthful day a, build up their
shrunken (nut., and give 'health and happi
ness to their remaining year,
It le a well-established fact that fully one
half of the female portion of our population
are seldom la the enjoyment of ;,mod !MIMI;
or, to use their ouu expresvlon, "never feel
well." The) are languid, d. s old of all energy,
extremely nervous, and time no appetite.
To tide class of personq the BITTEItS, or
the TON 1t7,1s especially recommended.
WEA I)ELH'ATE CHILDREN
Are at etc strong by the use of either of
these reined', ft. The) will f ore every ease of
DiAItASNIUS, w ithout fall.
Thotnetufit of certificates have acetunplated
In the hands of the proprietors, but space w ill
allow of the publication of hat few. Thrste, tt
will he olefen ed, are men of note and of Stich
14111 IltiLng that they toast he belles ed.
Hon, Geo. W. Woodward,
Chief Jostlee.of the Supreme Court of Pa.
Philadelphia, Mart h 10, 1867.
"1 nod 'lloonaud's tiermun litters' in a
good tonic, useful 1n diseases of the digestive
organs, and of gnat benefit In rases of de
-141111,), and want of nervous action In he
tew. N nun truly.
GEO. W. WoODWARD."
Hon. James Thompson;
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadc/phia, April 223,
consider •Ifoottand's German Bitters' a
rofeubiessedicme In case of attat ks of Indiges
tion or Dyspepsia. I can certify thin from
my experience of it. YuUrR, With respect
From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, D. D.,
Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, Phila
Dr. Jackson—Dear Sir: I have been fro
quently requested to connect my name with
recommendations of illnerent kinds of mein.
eines, Lit regarding the }inane° so out at
nap appropilate sphere, I have in all cases
declined; but with a cle , r proof in various
Instanaw nod pal tla Marie In tut 04\11 funnily,
of the tisefirluets of Dr. lloolland's German
Bitters, I depart for once from my uncial
course, to express my full eons lotion that,
for yenerni debility of the indent, and r.rprint
ty for Liver Chrispitunt, 11 LS II safe aad csduable
preporahon. In some cases It may fail ; but
usually, I doubt not,li will be cry beneficial
to those who suffer trom the above causes
Yours, very respectfully,
J. 11. KENNARD,
Eighth, below Coates St.
From Rev. E. D. Fendall,
Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle. Phelada.
I have derived derided benefit from the use
of Hoottand's German Bate" and feel It my
pH% liege to recommend (hell as a most valu
able tonic, to all who are suffering from gen
eral debility or trout de aces arising from
derangement of the liver. Yours truly,
E. D. FENDA.I.L.
Eloofland a German Remedies are counter
feited. See that the eignatu re of C. M. JACK-
S)N, Fr on the wrapper of each bottle. All
others are counterfeit.
Principal odice and Manufactory at the
German Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH Street,
CHARLES H. EFAXS, Proprietor
Formerly C. Al! JACIK,',U.N Co.
Hoofland's German Iltitten;, per bottle, - 8t 00
V half dozen, - 500
Honda ntra Gentian Tonic. put up In quart
bottle*, St 50 pee bottle, or a half dozen for
not forget to examine well the ar
ticle you buy, In order to get, the genuine.
*a-For sale by Drtiggiate generally.
Jan. 17, ISO& ly
UEIiMY UARTMAN43 lielTATE.—Letter
of tithalnimtration on the egitate of Henry
trtman, laid of Franklin twp., Atlanta en,
deed., hoeing been granted to the undersigned,
madding In some tea-m.l4p, they hereby glee
nothw 11 l persona Indebted to &aid eatato to
make immediate pa.) toent, and those haring
aipainat the rune to proient them pro.
allthuntleabal for twttletneut.
*MIA II HARTMAN
rgrkmKMAl4A.l 4 ,
Oct, 2, Gt Adult° lr,tratort,
Sale Crying. -
A.W. FLEMMING con a num the I - insular
oz SALE CRYING, and solicits the con
tinued patronage of the public. It is hi.
cocoanut endeavor to tire satisrfation.
Charges moderate. Residence In West Mid
dle street Gettysburg.
S.—iie is a neensed Anctlflneer, under
the Tax Law of the V nited States
no to 110141011. X & immur e. b
Vie.ty your Ilty
as Ow earllbinut esraer of ISiDYbY 0..
YORK STREET, NEAR THE DIAMOND,
ITIHH undersigned would most reepeetfully
norm his numerous friends and the
public generally, that he has poreluised that
long established and well known Hotel, the
"Globe Lan," In York street, Gettysburg, and
will spare no effort to oculdnet It in a man
ner that will not detract from its farmer
high reuatlon. Ills table will have the best
the ma r k ett can afe,rd—hts chambers arena.-
chant and comfortable—and lie bans laid In for
he. bar a full utock oft Ines and II ore, There
is large enabling attach." to the Hotel, which
will be attended by ut tenth e ostlers. It will
be his conettant endeavor to render the fullest
satisfaction to his vests, making his bone
on near a hence to them as possible. He
tuba a allure of the public'e patronage, deter
mined as he ix to deserve a large part of IL—
Remember, the "Globe Inn" is in York street,
but hear the litalnancl, or Public ftqaare.
April 4, 1161. tf
G rTTTSIIIIII.O STUAT,
LITTLESTOWN, ADAMS COUNTY, PA.
madersigned, having purchased the
1 - db.', Inn" property, in liettyeibUrg
street, Littlestown, would most respectfully
Invite a altar° of the public's patronage.
tie pr o m lees the best the market can afford
for his table. with the choicest liquors to his
bar, endcomfortable beds and chambers.
With considerable esperiew 0. he thinks he
can Justly claim that he knows how to keep
There la large stabling silo-riled, as well
an grass lots for droves. Anaitentive ostler
always on hand—none other than an amain
moklAting one allowed on the premises.
Tie it, this a large share of custom, and
will spare no effort to deserve It.
Littlentown, May 29, 18&R. 11
NEW OXFORD, ADAMS COUNTY, PA.
MEE undersigned hay in purchased the Mar
-1 tin Hotel property in hew Oxford, Adams
county, will conduct tin future, under the
mune of the "Eagle Hotel." He pledges him
self to spare no effort for the comfort of his
guests. His table shall have the beat the
market can afford, and his bar the choicest
liquors. ILLS chambers are spacious, and can
not tall to gis e satisfaction. There lo com
ma hose stabling uttita hod to the Hotel,
wbla h ulll be att, nded by o reliable and me
comnicsiating ostler. The proprietor hopes
to reeek e a liberal share of public patronage,
and a all .thra) a try to &nen e lt, Itetnem
ber the - Engle," in the northeast corner of
the Dim noud, New Oxford..
CUA.MBERSBURG ST., GETTYSBURG, PA
WM. R. MYERS, PROPRIETOR.
THIS is a new House, fitted up in the most
.1 aptmwed style . Ila lontio ery n a ls r, j.leasa e n n t i
bus been made f central and cunt
or the accommodation null
tiomfort of guests. The Table will always
Imre the best of the market, and the Bar the
beet of wine, and liquors.
There is monnodlous Stabling attached,
with an accommodating ostler always on
Thia llnhQ ix nuw open for the entertain
ment of thepublir, and a shareof patronage is
aolicaeLl. Nu etrort will he spared to render
Jan. 11, Im7. tf
rI 4 TUNIC. LIN HOUSE,
„L . cons Nit. OF HOWARD A FHA:CALM STUMM,
Thin Roma: - Is on a dreg t line between
the Northern Central and Baltimore tr. Ohio
Railroad Depots, It bun been refitted and
comfortably arranged for the convenience and
the entertainment of guests.
Nov. 20, tofb. tf
COUNTY AHEAD !
Yhe Excelsior .pstleia
Manufactured nilirelyof Leattur, autism.* neat
, than Cuilun ar Ll/KOl Orb, Fur
;en ire unaurpaiseCi.
PATENTED PSIDICARY 18Th, I%',
BY BURKHOLDER, WORLEY & GROVE,
J. L. WORLEY, Sole Agent for the EXCEL
DIOR PATENT NET for AMunsnouniY.
LIAR constantly on hand manufactured
,Ul_ Nets of the above Pataint. Also,
Mil I ii,FS,
• BF s,
A D EVERYTHING
pertaining to a Horse furnishing eatablish
MR-AGENTS WANTED to sell Territory
for l'avent Nets, also to sell Nets on commis
sion in the county. Alt communications
should be addressed to _
J. L. WORLEY,
York Sulphur Springs, Adams co- ra.
April 3, Irii24. tf
T F you wfsh to buy good and cheap Goods,
1. cull at
JACOBR k BRO'S. STORE,
near Mieris Hotel; In iIIiAMBERFIBUFtO
ST., Gettysburg. They have the very best se
lection of goods, such as
CLOTHS, C.ASSIMEIWS, TWEEDS,
the market can pssinoe, and are determined
to sell them as cheap us can be sold any
a here In town or country. Any person wish
ing to hate them CUT, can have it done free
of charge Thou desiring goods MADE rP,
Call also be accommodated. We warrant the
best work and the best ❑ta to be bad any
where. No humbug In what we
We Dave on hand the very beet and mast dun.
SEIFI A VO MACHINES,
and are al way 8 ready to 14 alt on cuaLomers.—
Full satisfaction given in operating ma
chines. Call and examine. We warrant them
to be the beat In one,
April 8, 1867. tf
JACOBS dc BRO
WATCH - ES 1 WATCHES!!
Is largely engaged In the Watch trade, and
has lust returned from New York with an un
usually attractive assortment. He offers such
bargains ye cannot fail to be acceptable to
buyers. His stock embraces a large lot of the
CELERRATED "AMERICAN WATCHES,"
GOLD AND BILVER.,
.T. B. Bartlett," Win. Ellery.'l and "Ayala
ton 3 Tracy ;"
with Watehea or almost :all other makes.
Ifyon want CHEAP andGOOD Watch, eallon
At hie old Stlind,Carllele elreet,
nearly oppoelte the Depot, Getlyebarg, Pa.
iGI-Ho continues the Grocery, Notion and
Confectionery busLuess, us heretofore.
NOAH WALKER & CO.,
IGS AND Pr 6141ATIAIO7fA Hr., BALTixosz, ND,
KMW constantly on haul a large and well
assorted stock of all kinds of goads at
They supply orders for the Attest to the low
wit priced articles, either ready made or
mad e e y to mitsgare, to any part of the country.
Th keet also an extenalve o
FURNIFIHING GOODS , embracing s
ild." of Gentlemen's Under-wear. Also, MILI
TARY CLOTHS and every variety of Mill
tory Trimmings, so wel I as an amittled stock
of READY MADE MILITARY GOODS.
Baltimore, Feb. =, VOL
ALTA VELA PHOSPHATE!
IT is composed principally of the celebrated
ti moo trout
Contains three per cent. OfAMONIA, PIL
ample quantity ot give activity twttecatt int
Daryl to the Vegetation, rind a large quaintly
DONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
together with Potash and Soda., the...DUAL
eliquettla of a
The high estimation in Which It is held by
tin , many thousand farmers with arc lising it
In preference to all other kinds, is a Matt
guarantee of its value.
PRICE tBe.oo PER TON OF 10 BAGS,
2uo Its EACH.
Send for a pamphlet, Addres9
TILE ALTA VELA GUANO CO..
57 Broadway, New York.
July 24, tom. 11
RAVE some valuable WESTERN I.=.
welch I will trade for one or more Y
taM= Thebbada are we ll loaded,and
" WwW* .l. ElNlFVOirte ww .
setarsbara, Abell I, UM. 1.1
GROCERY' & FLOUR STORE.
MEALS & BROTHER
HAVE removed their Store to the 'Selo
stein property, on Chambersheig street.
where they plop.° to keep constantly on
ALL KINDS OF
Flour, Inca, Notion., &c.
Also, VEGETABLI9 Su sermon, fresh from
the city mud country. They are determined
to sell cheap as the cheapest, and as they on
ly ask the lowest living profits, they hope
merit and twelve a liberal share of public
April 10, 1869. tf ISEAIB
frilE Undersigned has removed lits Lumber
J. ]aid to the north-east corner of thral
l.= street and the Railroad, but fifty yards
from his old Imatthm, where he will be glad
to have all In want a Lomb, to call. Ws
stork is larger than et er before, amt constant
additions tire biting made to It. lie has
WHITE PINE PLANK, INCH AND HALF
IN:11 BOARDS, FLOORING, SCANT
all of which will be sold at the lowest liv
ing rates. Call and judge for yourselves. My
Lumber is good and cannot fall to 01, e Rath.-
formate very cheap.
Gett3 shorg, May If
As rapidly as I can make roomier more
GROCERIES & LIQUORS.
VI \G Just returned from the City with
the largest and Ooust varied 010.0110.LOUG
of tine Godn ever altered here, I expes eN
erybody to look to their interest and buy
where theN rail get the cheapest dud best for
the CASII", Co that Is Inv (motto.
I. ANHUI' of all kinds, consist
ing in pal I Or 8 , , ruts of all kinds, Mulattoes,
Sugars, iont s, eat, spices, de.
FLDUIt, ItAt. u\, LAlt led Beef, large
lot of very good sugar-cured khans, No. I
Mackerel, Shad and herring.
MY LlQLltilt.% cannot be surpassed In
cheapness or quail!,, front l um mull Nk hiskey
to Pure Fts nth Brand), Holland Ginter Itye
Whiskey—for modleal or other purposes.
Hotel Beepers can besupplhd with Liquors
at City prices, end sas e freight and pm kage.
M tattler's, Hooded - IW,, and Zingarl hitters, also
A. Speer s Grupe Wine.
WV. J. MARTIN',
Baltimore street, Cieflyhburg.
May 29 , IS6S tf
1868. U3LE 1868,
.7tbst _Excellent Astortments
T SELL for very small profits, and elm at do-
Y. lag a very large business.
FASHIONABLE SHABEI OF FINE SILK
FRENCH CHINTZE -4 , PIQUES, PERCALES
BLACK. SILKS, PLAIN SILKS, PLAID
SWISS MUSLINS, JACONET MUSLINS.
BLACK ALPACA, COI, RED ALPACA
BLACK ALL WOOL bk:LAIN.
RISTOM SHAWLS,CASHMEHE SHAWLS
ENDRILLING, L'OITONADE. EN
TABLE L'OVERN, TABLE ' LINEN, NAP
KING, TOW ELS.
BALMORAL Idlellt.TH, HOOP NICIRTS.
PLAIN LINEN HANDKEItCfIIEFI. EM
IMIOPDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, HEM
STITCHED !IA lIKI.RCH ILLS.
MENN LAD!FS'. INII,,ES• AND CHILD
REN'S ULOVES AND STOCKINGS.
I am constantly seeds lug the latt...t sty lee
of Dress and Fancy Goals. My stook com
prisea everything usually found in a first
chi. DRY 000D$ sTortfi, to whirls I invite
the attention of the public, fueling assured
that I can safely challenge comparison with
all other stores in quality of goods and low
ness of price.
J. L. SCHICK.
Gettysburg, May 1,1565. tf
OP 'WRING AND SUMMER GOODS
AT NEW OXF ORD, ADAMS e 0., PA.
Our Motto iti.Binall Profits & 94 , 4 Sales.
nITIE undersigned would most respectfully
j_ announce to the citizens of New Oxford
and vicinity, that they are now rec. , log a
large and desirable stork of NEW GOOiet,
bought sun, the mount decline, and tau offer
superior fudueemteta to our customers. Our
stock IR complete and purchased with an eye
to Lisa aunts of thin s. ,11011, ton.isting of 1 q.y
Goals, Cirorerles, Ready-made Clothing,
Fancy Goods, Notioug, Loots, !shoes, Rats,
Hard -wale, qtaens-a are, Ortml.tt..tax, Sc
AlllO. Stn 1, itar Iron, Horse Shoes, and all
kinds of Iron Tog, slier with many uthei artl
eles too numerou, to mention, all of which
have beets bought at the low tat liguros fur
Cash. We rasp, ctfully solicit a call, to liev -
tug that we Lau make it to your Interest to
buy of us, fur we are determined to sell
goods at short profile. Come on with your
utouey and we will give you lull value for P.
Give us a call lo fore purchasing sinew here.
FREY & SCH.NEIJ,
Successors to J. C. Zwick. 6 Sou.
May D, 1868. am'
AR. JAMES CRESS,
STORE IN BRANT'S BUILDING, BALTIMORE ST.,
IJAV opened a New DTMO WORE
IL and fitted It up In the best style, I offer
my stock Of pare and fresh DAL ON to the
elLizene of Littleetowu and vicialty at the
lowest market rates, consisting in part of
DRUGS .AND FAMILY MEDICINES, PURE
LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL PURPO-
BEM, PATENT MEDICINES
Pure Spices, Dyes and Drug Stuffit, Perfnm
ery, Toilet Soaps and Fancy Articles. A full
assortment of brushes, Stationery of all kinds,
Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff.
al-oore's Eleetro-Magnetic Soap wilt
Wash with hard or soft water, mid or warm.
Clothes washed with th soap are made
beautlfully white without boiling or blueing.
This Is the best Soap in use. Try It, It is
warranted not to injure the hands or fabric.
Littlestown, May 13, ISO?, ly
Super-Phosphate of Lime
YOU SATS AT XAITTFACTUarse's DePOTS,
No. Ti North Front Street, Philadelphia,
. . ,
And by Dealers in general tluunghout the
The SOMBRERO tire...o of which ]TORO
purrs IPS' PHOSPHATE le and always has
been inanafeetured (and of which he has sole
oontrol for the United States,) contains fifty
per cent. more Bone Piesaidlate then flew
Bone, therefore It Is more durable. The ad.
ditlen of Ammonia gives it greater fertilizing
Over seven years' experience tins proved to
the Farmer that It makes n heavier grain than
even stable manure, and la not only actis a but
—Prise 306 00 per ton, 2,000 lbs. Dlaeount
to Dealers. _ . .
Sole Pro •rietor and Manufacturer
March 13,11151. •
HAVING procured the proper Dttek,•t, I
am prepored to RECORDSOLDIEILS' DIS
CHARGES, in weoriloutu with o recent ea
of the I..tulslotura frills) lvonla. Soldiers
ore motioned against daloy la te,ls ir,nll4r.
Wbf. D. /lOLTZWOJITLI,
Register & Recorder of Adams moo LT.
Jane 5, 148 t
GROSSE et. WA RNER, 110 CSR. Pet/INTER,
South Waahlrutual at., Oettyattupu,
GOOD WORK AND MODRRATE PRICES
July IS, 1867.
rptiF, highest market pike Win be given
Mr Wool b 7
DUPUORN ♦ Rein4l..k.N.
May SOM. N. W. Oor. elquere.l3etayibtug.
GL kfOl-Wl.llll—Tooltderg, Nooks, tor.—o
good samorianeut, you= r t
L ADOEB 4 IIas • good jOel• of Perlina-
Mow or am au
GETTYSBURG, PA., NOV
GILLESPIE & CO.,
Dealers in Flour, Groceries,
LNVITE the attention of the public to their
large k of Ituoda, at the old Gaud, on
k street, Gettysburg, next door to the
(ilube Inn, etna.aLsting ot the beat tat
Sugars, Syrups, Maumee, Carnes, Teals, Spices,
Salt, &c.; tho
lIEST JilLll.:De3 OF FLOUR
In the runrket, with Hamm Shoulder", !kid.
Nab, Dried letup", Confections, &e. Also,
In great variety; Cedar and Willow-ware,
Rums and Crockery-wars, Basket., SeSP , M.
Tobaccos, and a thousand and one caber
BUTTER A-ND EGGS, -
nice and fresh, always (or sale.
& Co. will spare no effort to Menne,
and are edundent ol being able to do ao by
conatantly keeping a full and choice stock,
and selling at the very lowest profile. COUN
TRY PRODUCE wanted, either for the cash or
In exchange for goods, highest market price
JOSEPH R. GILLESPIE,
Jane 19, 1549. tt
NEW DRUG STORE
AT NEW OXFORD.
11111Eundertiligned boo opened a Drug Store
3_ In Now Oxford, Adams County, and re
apectfully calla the attention of the public to
LL stock of
\ DYE STIEFFI,
and a full assortment of DRUGS; in a word a
complete stock ot °orals g, nerally kept in a
drat-class Drug Store. All of whion have been
purchased during the past two weeks and will
be sold low. All the articles foriperil manu
factured at the old cretuldishment to East Ber
lin can be had here. Understanding his basi
l:twos perfectly, and selecting his goods himself,
be is able to warrant his Drugs pure and as
represented. The public are requested to give
him a trial.
D. M. MILLER.
New Oxford, :%tay 8, WU. tf
TO THE BUILDING COMMUNITY,
.IND .kLL UTHEILS
WHO WISH TO IMPROVE.
Tif,t'dinctrar.',lll7.'7, l g,ll. 11',4°' "4 the
at Ms aid stand, on 'West street, Gettysburg,
and Is ready at alitimes toaccommodate those
wanting anything done In his line. Ile Is pre
pared. to furnish all kinds of work for building
purposes, of the best material, and as neatly
and cheaply as Goan be doe at any other es
tablish/I:lent in the cou nt 3. Experlenceli
Landes always In random, _`nod work egeent,d
with promptness and dbcputelt.
Thankful for past
ore, be Leper, by atten
tion to btmlnercs, to re
e liberal sharer)!
public patronage. LiiiiITZMAN.
June 17, Isc'7, tt
IaSSINGER & SHIMIAN,
NO. 2 WEST MARKET STRLET,
PL&NOS, CA BIN E.Tbit(i Pt Ng: MELODEONS
*ND ALL K.l NOM OF
respectfully infolltt the public th.tt, they nre
prepared to Mrnikh Plarion of the following
mannfuetureor of any other make that may
Albright, Bellies & Schmidt,
Chlekering & Son, Bradbury,
Kaaba & Son. Gale & Sou,
COTTAGE, ANL 1:0111)01$
ORGANS AND MELODEONS.
These last run. Ms stand unrivalled by any
thing found in this country ur in Europe, us
Is admitted !wall impartial Judges. The most
eminent Pipe Organ Builders uud Performers,
the lw.t to disx•o%er excellence In reed Tone,
prvuouncod them v.ettly superior to all others
for exceedingly quit k csrlkuhitlon and round
Tone, the essential fentuie in fisstrunientil of
this clan. We ill tie tile sect re mrutiuy ♦ud
criticism of all.
PATENT VOX HUWANA. TREMOLO.
This late and most wonderful Invention ,so
acknowledged by all leading artist , ) will he
found only in the Esrey Instruments. In at
tempting to clownish the en, et of this stop, we
are at loss for language. Its beauties cannot
be written, but must be heard to be apprecia
ted. By this stop an ordinary performer can
produce an elicit w Islets requn es a life time
of practice tor. an artist upon as lolio. It en
tirely c bongos the reed Tone, ON ing the sym
pathetic so Lt Mt, ot the hutlauu s OlOe, mak
ng it so melodious and puce that it never
fatly 10 can hunt the listener.
TILE HARMONIC OFICLAN
fur Church, a, Public Halls hold Parlors has
poo cub-13,iss to ith Indope ndh nt reads,
Harmonic. lataChlllo/a 1111C1 VOX liuntauw
Tremolo, and is h.a see. d to he the most !soh er
r!!! reed organ mad!, Ilentig nearly equal to a
Pipe Organ 01 three times the cost.
All instrument. NI .trran tad tar flee years.
-04-Bitlrher BANDS snppheel with Instru
ments and music at reasonable to rms.,
.'a Moral discount alloy ed for Eliurchesand
4; — lnstructions given both In Vocal and
Instrumental Magic, at our room., and at pa
l:alb' horuea,either, to Individuals orelaaaga, ou
reaaoll able lerntr.
Doe 17. IfMNi. tt
" CARRIAGE- MAKING BUSINESS.
17421 " un " the
AT THEIR OLD STAND
In East Middle Street, Gettysburg, Pa.,
where they are prepared to put rip work In
the most fashionable, aubstantial and fi u par
lor manner. Abut of new and second-hand
C ARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &C., ON HAND,
which they will dispose oral the lowest prices;
sad all orders will be supplied as promptly
sad satisfactorily ss Possible.
REPAIRING DONE WITH DESPATCH,
and at cheapest rates.
A large lot of new and old HARNESS an
hand and for sale.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore enjoyed by them, they solicit and will
endeavct todeserve a large share in the future.
July 10, 1665. It
SPASUSEE HAIR DRESSER,
-..'%R promoting the Growth, Beautifying the
atr, and rendering it dark and glossy.
other compound p.sesses the peculiar
properties which so exactly salt the various
conditions of the human hair. The use Of this
oil as a hair dresser has Leen tiniVerlial in eve
ry section of the country in the Spanish Main
for centuries. No preparation of art could give
that elegant luxuriance and abundance of
hair which have so often been the admiration
of travelers In Spain, This oil Is highly and
delicately perfumed, forming an article Uri rl
nailed in excellenceaud upon which the Span
ish eo pple for many years have set Its seal of
enduring approx al.
Mexican Wild Flowers Shampoo Lolion,
For removing dandruff and Fleur( train the
head, whitening and perfuming the skirl This
article to entirely different from anything of
the kind et.er ()doted In this country, and ht
warranted free from all poisonous substances,
This valuable lotion was used by the Emperor
Maximilinn,anti Empresa Carlotta.of Mexito,
and nniverwilly used by MexiCans for three
hundred yearn, -be t 1 wnall for the bead—lt is
cooling, cieansing, and refreshing. When
Lima need it at once relieves headache,
Wild Flowers for the Teeth,
All those who are In tavor of white teeth
and a pleasant and perfumed breath, should at
once use hlrGuire's WWI Flowers for the
Teeth. All these preparations are put up In
the most elegant and ornamental manner.
We make no exceptlon In saying that they sre
at ornament to a lad,ils toilet Labia, and tons
complete without them.
Warranted satisfactorFor money refunded.
Dealers will bear this In mind, bold by all re
spectable Druggists In the United States and
Cantulas. Address orders to
Depot and Hams factory
3k9 North Second St., Phila., Pa.
Sept. 11, 111111.
1.1.. persons indebted to the late firm of
AMetTWA' & DIEHL will please call and
settle. If not paid beforetbe lot of December,
the Books will - be left In the lianas of an 0111-
twr for collection, without regard
t U. Pennons,
4W 1 J414
Oct. 11, 1381. If
TORN MARTIN'S ESTATR.—Letters testa
mentary on lb° estate of Jetta Hartle, late
of Latimer° towns-Wit, Adams at., deceased,
/avian Open granted to El undersigned, the
&stemmed u&idiag Mt same totraMAL
and the Wt-named reed In Pittsburg,
they beraby give to
to all Perim* tuPsOb:
ed to said estate to make lm tole poz
meat, and theme having Maims
woe to present them properky au= " MeMod
xim. .. 180. iLaWILII 715 11 W ir sokap : 0
The day's ended. Ste I sink to sleep
Xy weary spirit seeks repose in thine;
Father, forgive my trespasses, paid keep
This little life of mine.
With loving kindness curtain thou my lied,
And cool In rest my burning pilgrim fent;
Thy pardon be the pillow tor my bed—
So shill my sleep be sweet...
At peace with all the world, dear Lord, and
No (ewe my soul's unwavering faith ran
All's well, A hiehever side the grate tor air
The morning light may break!
Poetry Se bitter sorrow.
And the true and sterling song
!Used In a human bosom
From a sense of others' wrong.
Still the best and loftiest poems,
iblent iia the deepest pain,
Wander ILke a ghostly shadow
Thro' a heart where Love bath lain
They sat upon the front door mat
Where softly shone the moon,
And listened to the mcede that
Came from a beer saloon.
II hi manly arm did round her twine.
Their lira in klmem met
And when he naked, ••Wilt thou be Wine?
The said, "I will—you bet !"
A HUNDRED YEAS IN JAIL.
A certain house-breaker was con
demned in the latter part of the Oat
century, in France, and under pecu
liar circumstances, to a hundred years
in the galley, and, strange to relate,
his man made his appearance in his
own native province at the advanced
age of . 19) years, he being about al
years of age when the sentence which
condemued him to such a dreadful
punishment was passed. It Is difficult
to conceive what the feelings must
have been with which he returned /19
soon as emancipated from the shackles
which had enthralled him for a centu
ry, to breathe once more the cherished
air of the scenes of his Infancy.
Bourg, in the department of Ain, was
his native home, but time had so chan
ged the place that he rehogniketi it
only by the church of Boron, which
was the Dilly thing that had under
gone no aletration. He had triumph
ed over laws, bondage, man, time,
everything. Not relation had he
left, not a single being could he hail in
acquaintance, yet he was not R ithout
experiencing the homage and respect
the French pay age. For himself, he
had forgotten everything connected
with his early youth; even nil recol
lection of the crime for which he had
suffered was lost, or, if at ail remem•
bered, it was a dreary vision confound
ed with a thousand other dreary vis
ions of days long gone by. His family
and connections for several generations
all dead, himself a living proof of the
clemency of Heaven and the severity
of man, regretting, perhaps, the very
irons which had been familiar to him,
and half wishing himself again among
the wretelied apd suffering beluga
with whom ha fate Lad been so long
associated—well might lie be called
the patriarch 01 burglars.
THE MYSTERY OP AN OLD POSIT
A letter writer,. In describing Fort
Marion, one of the defences of St.
Augustine, Florida, gives the follow-
Jug story: Fort Marion has an old,
solemn, and rather threatening, war
like appearance. The outer wall, five
feet thick-, of the material called coqui
na (ko-kena,) foundin great abundance
on the beach, near the lighthouse, has
quite a slant, or inclination inward,
several degrees from a perpendicular.
An inner wall, two and a half feet
thick, standing perpendicular, keeps
In position a bank of sand some eight
or ten feet thick, between the outer
and inner walls. Behind these walls
are arranged the casemates, strongly
arched overhead, and extending all
around the interior. Upon these arch
es and the walls a floor of brick, stone,
and concrete is laid, whereon the
heavy guns of the fort are placed;
very few are lu position now. With
in the enclosure of the fort below are
piles of cannon balls and quite a nu fn.
ber of old Spanish guns, partly eaten .
by rust.. In 1858, while pulling some
heavy guns In position on the fort, an
arch gave way, making a hole some
five feet wide, disclosing a cell hither
to unknown to any person living. In
this old and strange apartment were
found one or two gun carriages, made
of mahogany, finely wrought. Dur
ing the excavations made by the offi
cers, one of them accidentally discov
ered the appearance of a doorway that
had been masoned up. They deter
mined to test the reality of the sugges
tion, and removing a few stones re
vealed an opening into another cell,
where was found a bedstead, on which
lay the skeleton of a man chained to a
huge staple in the wall. Beside the
bed stood an open mahogany chest
five feet long, two and a half feet wide,
sides of plank two Inches thick,
mounted with huge Iron strap hinges
and three enormous locks. No clue
has yet been found to the history of
this case, or to the offence of this terri
bly punished victim.
ANOTEIER ENOCH iItDEN• o CACE.—
According to a gossiping fortign cor
respondent, Count Sartiges, the min k
ter of France to this country a few
years since, is the son of a lady whose
matrimonial experience was sitnilar to
that of the wife of Enoch Arden. He
Bite was married to an officer of the
navy, who left her one morning and
never came back to her. Twelve
months afterwards she learned that
her poor husband had perished in a
storm off the Antillca, and in a few
weeks she received an official certificate
that he was dead. A few years after
wards she married M. de Sartiges, a
very wealthy nobleman,. descended
GM./ an ancient family, with whom
she lived very happily. One day M.
and Madame de Sartiges went to the
theatre, in Lyons, where an opera was
performed, and took front seats lu a
procenium box. The house was
crowded and M. de Rartiges was re.
quested by the manager to permit a
stranger to seat himself in the hoz.
When the performance was over Mad
ame. de Sartiges rose, and upon reoag
wising the stranger uttered a piercing
cry, and fainted away. She had to be
e.arried to her hotel. .Next day the
stranger asked au Interview with M.
de &dips. He told him he WIUI the
Grit husbandoilLedsk - e 40 gistiges;but
assured him that no trouble should
arise in consequence. He returned
immediately to America, where he bad
ttved in the meantime, and married
there a daughter of a Philadelphia
A *AMT 14F.31A11i I( ARLIN'S WI N DI. E.
Yesterday a rural looking lady and
gentleman of Sterling, Cayuga county,
called upon one of the Justices of the
Peace, and expressed a wish lobe mar
ried. The pair were made man and
wife. This morning they re-appeared
and each in turn desired that the pro
ceedings might be annulled. The la
dy was particularly urgent. She
charged that she had been entrapped
Into marrying the man who stood be
side Ler by a piece of unparalleled de
ception. She had been corresponding
with her cousin iu lowa, \N hom she
had not seen since she 's as a child, aud
during the correspondence her rota
live had wood and won her affections.
He wrote that Le was coming on here
in December to claim her hand and
take her to his home in the West. On
Monday last the swain to whom she
was married made his appearance;
claimed to be her cousin, ,kc. On the
strength of the representations, she
had reluctantly consented to wed.
She has mince learced that the man
whom ahe had married was not her
cousin, but a wretch who had secured
a wife by base deception. The man
acknowledged his culpability and
pleaded in extenuation that the lowa
cousin had real him the letters of Ids
Intended; that these had influenced
him to do as he had done. His con
science smote him so grievously since
the accomplishment of his treachery,
that he had made a full confession to
the lady he had so shamefully wron
ged.—lie had hoped to reconcile her to
the fraud, but she would not. Ile was
now willing to make the only amends
Le knew of, viz: have the marriage
The ruagistrafe suggested he had not
the power to untnarry them. He ad
vised that, 8.9 matters had progressed
thus fur, it would be better for the lady
to make the best of a bad bargain, and
accept the situation. After a good
deal of perbuits'ion on the part of the
bridegroom, the lady finally decided
to accept the advice of the ruagbitrate,
on the as,,urativo that the said bride
groom would "make it all right with
the genuine cousin away oil to lowa."
Upon this happy settlement the lady
dried her eyes, mid the happy pair de
parted.— Oto/Vego IN. Y.) Pell/admin.
AN AMUSING DILEMMA
A young person of Cuiveroilist faith,
many years — ern - CT, wheif the Simon
pure Univers:lli:Cm wa , Pt : Ai:lied, star
ted westward to attend a Convention
of his brethren in the faith. He took
the precaution to carry a phial of
cayenne in his pocket to sprinkle his
food wish as a preventive of fever and
ague. The Convention met, and at
dinner, a tall Hoosier observed the
parson as he seasoned his meat and
addressed him thus:.
"Stranger, I'M thank you fur a
leetle of that ere red salt,• for Pw kind
o'cur'ous to try it"
"Certafuly,'l: returned the iNirsOu ;
"but you will find it very powerful;
be careful how you use it' ,
The Hoosier took the proffered phial,
and feeling himself proof against any
quantity of raw whiskey, thought he
could stand the "red salt') with tin
penny, and accordingly sprinkled a
junk of beef rather bountifully with it,
and forthwith introduced it into his
It soon began to take hold. He stint
his eyes, and his features began to
writhe, denoting a very itiliarmonioua
condition physically. Finally he
Could stand it no longer. He opened
his mouth and screamed "Fire!"
"Take a drink of cold water from,
the jug," said the parson. •
"Will that put it out r.)1.1 asked the
martyr, suiting the action to the word.
In a short time the unfortunate man
began to recover, and, turning to the
parson, his eyes yet swimming in we•_
"Stranger, you call yourself a 1 Ver
salist, I balievel'l •
"I do," mildly answere4 the parson.
"Wal, I want to know if you think
it consistent with your belief to go
about with hell Are in your breeches
A SLOW REGIMENT.—In New Jer
sey, in the early part of the war, there
was raised a regiment which the men
joining understood was intended for
the cavalry service; but which, when
complete and fully organized,
placed lu Elie lufautry. The members
never forgave the deception practiced
upon them ; and whenever an unlucky
cavalry man passed by, lie wati - sure to
be greeted with the cry of "Butterfly,"
One day, during a heavy march, in
which the members were very much
fatigued, a cavalryman passed by the
regiment in a gallop, and met with the
usual reception—the men yelling ut
the top of their voices, "Butterfly!
The cavalryman, who seemed to
know the history of the regiment, very
quickly turned in his saddle, and
with Ineffable satisfaction exclaimed,
DIIIIAMS.—To dream that you are
lame Is a token that you will get into
When a young lady dreams of a rot
fin, It betokens that she should instant
ly dlscoptinui) tight stays, AO always
go wahnly and thickly shod wet
To dream of wimp betokenuit corpb*,
in which you may expect to get latli=
It you thearn'of team,' it Is a sign
that you may safely speculate (ill a tall
If you dream of a clock, It Is a token
that you will gain great credit—that is,
Josu .131.curcus safe:, "If a, man
haint got grit enough to stand the
teniptaahun ova gin cocktail, how . kan
he fight . a real difficulty when he gts
a chance ?"
Ws often censure the conduct or
others when under the same eireum
stances we might not have acted halt
Ir "breittils the ;Out of whi4
a funny Wag a fashiotial4e : coat
51st Year--No. 7
wags THE 'MATTER writst TILIT
Snyder kept a beer saloon some
years ago "over the Rhine." Snyder
was a ponderous Telo.oll, of very iras
cible temper—sudden and quick in
quarrel — Kit mad iu a minute. Nev
theless his saloon was a great - resort
for the boys—partly bbeituisi of the ex•
eellence of his beer, and partly be
cause they liked to chafe Sny
der" as they called him ; for.-although
his bark was terrific, experience had
taught theln that he wouldn't bite.
One day Snyder was missing, and It
was explained by his "frau," who
"Jerked the beer" that day, that he had
"gone out fishing mit ter boys." The
next day one of the boys, who was par
ticularly fend of roasting old Snyder,
dropped in to get a glass of beer, and
discovered Snyder's nose, which was
big one at any time, swollen and blis
tered by the sun, until it looked like a
dead ripe tomato.
"Why, Snyder, what's the matter
with your nose?" said the caller.
"I been out fishing mit der boys,"
replied Soy der, laying his linger ten
derly afainst his proboscis ; "de sun it
beso het like ash tier tifel, uut I burns
my nose. Nice nose, don't it"."
And Snyder-viewed it with a look of
comical sadness in the little mirror
buck of his bar. It entered at once lu•
to the head of the mischievous fellow
in front of the bar to play a kilo upon
Snyder, so hovent out acid met half a
dozen, ut his comrades, with WilOal he
atianged that they should drop io at
the saloon one after another uud ask
:Snyder "what's the matter with that
nose?" to see -how long he would
stand it. The wan who put up tl,te Job
wcut, lu Bret with oh, companion, And
seating themselves at a Laido nulled
fur beer. Srtrier-hreoght it to them,
and. the new OCIMPI trxelalmedquo lu
SaW 111111 "Snyder,'what's the matter
"I yust dell you, friend; helix I been
out fishing wit ter lioys, ant au sun ho
blunt 'em—zwi lager—den cuutx—all
Another boy rushes in. "Hullo,
boys, you're aliekl of me ltibi time;
',Tom: I'm .lu though. live, Sti,ydcr,
tiring mire a glass of lager And a 1 , 11,1.
(appears to e4.itch a sudden glimpse of
Snyder's nose', looks wonderingly
111011.1r11 L. anti then bursts out laugh-
Ing)—/LA he! WhY.tilly‘ler,7
hUALß! — Whal's the wetter with, that
Snyder, of couple, caul see my ru❑
In having n burpt itu.ie, or having It
laughtd ut., and he says, In a tone
"I've hem: out hishin' :nit der goys
unt do sun yust so hot like ash der
Wel, mit I Luria iu pose; (latish all
Another torn:cuter come, In, and
Insists on "Setting 'on up" fur the
whole house. "Snyder," says be,
"fill up the boys' glns.es and taken
drink youcself—ho! Liu! ha! ha!
hn! Snyder, , cyhiwg the matter tVith
Snyder's brow qarkens ith wrath
by' this time, :hid his voice grows
deeper and sterner—"l been out ffsh
in' mit ter pot's on der lettlo
The''sun bete hot ,
hail, Wit I
burn my bugle. sow, dat fs More
vat T don't got to say."
"Burn your nose—burn An the hair
off youi head for what t care; you
needn't get toad about it.''
It was evident that Snyder wouldn't
stand more than one more tweak at
that nose, fur he mail tramping about
behind hie bar and growling like an
exasperated old bear in his cage. An
other of his tormenters walked In.
Some one sings out to him, "Have a
glass of beer, 11.11y2”
"Don't care about any beer," says
Billy, "but Snyder, you may give me
one of your best cigars—Ha-a. ! ha l
hal ho! Iwi he! he! Ladleha 1—
Why—why, Snyder, what's the mat
ter with that nose?"
Snyder WILB absolutely fearful to be
hold by that time, Lie face aas purple
with rage, all except his nose, wlilek
glowed like a ballot the. Leaning his
ponderous figure fur over the bar, and
ralaing his arms aloft to emphasize boa
words with it, he fairly roared :
"I've been out liabits' wit ter pays.
The sun it bests hot like as hall-taints:v.
tion. I limit my hose. Now you no
like dose nose, you yust take dose nose
ant wr-ser-wr , wring your tutu Amer
ican lingers wit ens ! That's the kind
of man vot I am!"
And Snyder was right.
AN ELEINIANT'Ia MIMORY.—A re•
cent traveller in India relates a singu
lar incident of a tame elephant that es
caped during a stormy night, and ram
biedofFto his pad ve jungle. After two
years, an elephant hunt having taken
place, a considerable number of ani
mals were .trapped in au enclosure,
called a keddall. It happened that
one of the hunters was the keeper of
the runaway elephant, and to his sur
prise, he thought be recognized him
among the wild, herd that was cap
tured. His companions Laughed at the
idea. But calling his,old favorite by
name, it at once came forward and
showed such signs of good will that the
man, thoughtless of hts danger, climb
ed over the barrier, and the elephant
kneeling to receive him, lie rode away
to his pickets triumphantly upon him.
A WsnmNo TO Docs.—A man pato
frig through the country during an es•
citing local political canvass, rode up to
a farm-home, and thus accosted a taw*
headed urchin who was seated on the ,
top of a gete poet "Bub, wberel your
pa?" The youngster eyed thestranger
curiously a tigin7rii, — and Thin replied,:
"Pap's pet , gone down than beysut the
cow-shed, to billy our old dog.,, The
durued old fool killed hisself bitrklu'
at clindidateli fOr constable. Be you
one?" The traveler rode en,
A 01113 AT gawk saw for the Ant
time a school girrgoing' through some
of her gymnastic exercises for the
amusement of the little ones at horde.
After gazing at her with looks °tinter
est and commiseration for it while, he
asked a boy near by "If that gat 'hid
tits?" "No," replied the lad, eon
temptuously, "that's gymnastics."
"Oh, 'tic, bey," said verdant, "how
long has she had 'am?"
A BEAR, and
thirty-Apr pounds, , was shot
daia OLT* w4b!st oaa handrail and
atl.y,rods As sailfaad',_stiOa In
1:1411, .15 j ew t lENaps.hlra. F4 - si While
She sensation was • •
301171,115 T OF A 11.0011111141-OLASO.
A few years before hie death, the
Emperor Nicholas of Russia sent a
looking-glass dram size and beauty,
with an Airr!busy to the
China. VIM looking-glass - }lad te bier
carried all the way froutt-h. Petersburg
to Pekin by human hands. Despite
the immense distance which had to be
performed in this manner, the looking..
glass safely reached China; but, in the
Meantime, difficulties had broken out
between 11w.sla and China, and "The -
Son of Heaven" neither aikllted the
Embassy, nor did ho accep the pros.'
ent. A courier was ilispateued to SL ,
Petersburg, and asked the Emperor"
what was to be done with the looking
glass. The Emperor replied that It
should be carried back by the same
route and In the same manner. When
lie gave this order, the Grand Duke
Michael happened to be present and
offered to lay a wiger with the Empe
ror to the effect that the loOking-glase
would, be brokeu on the way back to St.
Petersburg. The Emperor accepted -
the wager, and the bearers of the look-
log-glass received stringent 'orders .
to be LIS careful as possible. If they
should break it, ou the road, they
should be severely punished; but if
they should bring It back safely, they
should receive a handsome toward.
They carried it back with the moat In
credible care, the men bearing It by
turns, and safely reached St. Isaac's
Place, in St. Petersburg, with it, where
the Emperor stood with his brother at
the window of his palace, and laughed
at having won the bet. Sot on the
staircase of the palace one of the car
riers slipped his foot and fell down,
dragging several of his companions
after, and the precious looking-glass
was broken into a thousand pieces.
Thu Grand Duke, thii - refore, won his
GERMAN ItEVORINIID MYNQD
This body, which luta kioen in setalon
In our town, adjourned yeaterday, the
29th lute. There wu;volie hunched and
geveaty iteila;ate.s pr,yaent. Oa Monday
last, Rev. Dr. tierhart was Inaug
urated Prorestme ot Didactic and Ilrao
tioal Theology !tithe TheologlealSoinl•
nary, fitureersburg, in placeot Rev. Dr.
Barb:tug-It, Thu most exciting
011a:sof thuantaaan was the casual Rev.'
Dr. Bomberger. Tliis gentleman pub
lished, to February last, among other
tlthigs, the following:
u'rlioi o veto C Dr,
tie:hart not purinittt to
nute their candidate for theological
"This refusal to ['Bow those desiring
to have their candidute - >f ari a moat
extraordinary proceeding, unknown
even among secular poll tlciatia, - and
without a precedent In the (Introit.
"Wo eharge the Bynoil, under - who:3e
bola and entire control thu Theologi
cal Se:l:Mary is, with being the 'litur
gical a l ilnll as becoming Mo church
ly as to cent, in he !reformed."
Thl , s language' the Ps'ncal almost'
ortanitriously resolved should be re
tracted by Dr. llomirscr, Tutor pen
alty of ‘llulil to hint of a seat In the
hydy. (hi Saturday last; Dr. Dumber
ger illetl,th follow ing pappr, ttihhA
IN as rectlft.ctl by the Syhod as hotiora
tde and satisfactory;
"I refract the publicittlon of the
words or Inertia:re which are deernetr
objeetion able by this liyuod, and regret
that they eltoold hitve becolUe the tga
culut: of ollence."—Jrayorstoicit Afait t ,
A (gluons "tell tale" apparatus is ill
use at a factory la Mulhouse, Frames.
There are four night watehmen on
these premises and they have to make
ten visits to 93 stations, In all 930 via-
Ou 'commencing his rounds a
card is delivered to each watchman,
which he c.aries shout with him. At
every station be bee to visit is a frame
of the size dfille - elfrit' IIL Wlileh , ut a
given time, a stmnpvesentaliselfand
impresses a' stamp on the car& The
marks are so arranged that whet:Oho
whole are printed they aorta one cora
Any delay Or omission on the part of
the watchman leaves's blank space on
the card, which tells the hour the man
failed in his duty. When going on
duty the men push their cards into rs
kind of little box and as this la done
the exact time it which they are de
livered is printed. All this 'contri
vance is coinpictoly hoyoud the men 's
control and there is no possibility 9f
tampering with the mechanism. No
description of the apparatus would ho
Intelligible without the drawingyibich
A gatt - grsa - illustration - of the force
of a mother'S love Thr i ller child has re:
tent!) , bthn exhibited in lowa. Tire
ciremnAtanc'es ate reported In noticing
the pardon, by fine. Merrill, of* wo
man, Catherine McArdle, who had
been sentenced four years ago to the
State Pen itent.is.ty, farlre.. She cola
fessed to the murder of her husband
and was sentenced to. be hanged, but
her senteuee watt commuted by Gov,
Stone. It was afterward toyed that
she was entirely innocent, and that
her son was the guilty person. To
save him from the gallows, she hail
Roomed that she watt guilty of the
A PARIS paper says, the Rev. Mr.
➢taurach, of tivonla, - begs - the public
to send hint old postage stamps, for
which he pays one thaler "a thousand
and Sends them to the Getman mission
In China'. They are In great demand
by the Chinese, who use them to pa
per the ivulls, blinds , Oka., of their
houses. The mission takes advantage
of this new fashion to exchange the
stampe for the children Otthe poor,
who are sold. as shivesor thrown into
the rivers when Oleic' parents cannot
support theta ; 2,000 stainpa eave:the
life of a child.
IT is related of a certain minister in
Maine, who was noted for his long set•
mous, with many divisions, that one
day when ho wan advancing 'among,
the teens, he reaclied.at length, a kind
of resting place In his discourse, when,
pausing to take breath, he asked the
question: "And what shall I say
more ?" A voice from the congregal
lion responded, "gay omen !"
IN Great!, Barrington, at d large party
ills other evening, while a'young lady
Ives playing the piano with a peculiar
tenth, a bystander - remarked, "I'd
give a world for her fingers." He' was
greatly taken abaek by Per prompt
reply that he might have the whole
hand—for his own. Three cheers tor
A YOUNG lady having eternised hes
grandma that she *Wild eiser marry ,
a mit:LW fellow "011 the faee of the
earth," repaired Stith him, after th -
old lady died i _ to, the Mateutoth Cave
in Kentmeki, and was married under.
IT la as latereethig - Illittt to too &
young lady with both hands in loft
dough and a•seeageßou allk end of
Shift Ease" It is isporedi
going to rot* .tseaslttal• tittkiitutisi
prophein, $8,1160;111%, '
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