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k ! itttisbars tonight.
GY.N. GRANT'S FORTUNE.— The
Washington correspondent of the St.
Louis Democrat says: 'Gen. Grant
is rich already, and by cautious in
vestments he is destined to be very
rich one day, ranking with the Most
opulent. He owns thirty-eight ores
of laud within the corporate 11 its of
Washington, worth $2„000 a acre.
His house is held at $410,000. farm
near St. Louis and houses in talents
and in Philadelphia should d $lOO,-
000 to the former Semi. Three hun
dred thousand dollars will probably
not be in excess for the President
Gera f yoburp
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ULM, CAVII,E,T blind
NI Mr. lit.er'n Stole!, le Ar odiv Ille, en the
21114 ult.. tryßea. 11. W. Wo 11; !MY
-tANlit.lth to Mots MAHN E. tiTtiNl,ll., of
Al ttK maim rlner, br the same. on the .14.1
1 uNt , W M, nT1J1 , 1.311..CK F. 11,, of Tyrone
Inn .114 N. I,J MI. LIZZIE Mcl RE,of Nee
On the I MI ult., by ReV. Donlel I.ngebeek
•Pi, Mr. ,ROE W. I,IF.ItIIY to BAILAII .1.
1,1.1.11 i, till nl Nfenallen,lownship.
On toe 2Oth the Prosbyterlan church,
,/ .51erventhoro, by Rey. Thom. Crelgh, Mr.
.I(lll\liei'AU4+l.,A NI ), of California, to Mlos
1/t.)40.111.111, It. 14 11 1F.1.U94., of Mereeroberg, for
merly Nu" eounty.
oil the I tat alt., by Mee. Mr. Patterson, Mr.
111E111)01W. bleA LLIKTI R. of curnbertand
bat nOtlp. to Mae MARY IRN PM, dough
ter nt Capt. John Hamner, of MoontJoy twp.
(111 (Ile:nth alt., at the realdenee of the bride's
father, II) Rev. J.Y. ker, Mr. JOHN
HMI ~1 1t.0,1111`, to Miss ELIZABETH
ItlsW ELL, V Pet ersharg.
On the 12th ult., try Ttev. M. Ilnetrmarr, Mr.
Jot 1 N KWlttillElt MIN. M. J. MOI4E, both
ut l'umberland townehlp.
on the INalt ult., by Rev. Mr. Mauer. Mr.
11111 V ‘5 01.1 , to Mil4l EN NA 1.., daughter of
stinotel All tier, both of Ilanilltort towituthlp.
1111 1111: 21th tilt., by Rev. M. fin Pier. Mr. O.
W. W AftFl.7l.. of Centre county, to Mims MOL
LIE A. 6MITII, near Centre Mille.
On tin , 41h Mr. (11 , :ORGE IIEAGY, of
, Conowtisii township, aged 83 years 3 months
and i3l days.
On Ale 911 of September. at his refililenee
near LaLtlnelova, Mr. .I.OANIKI. MUIR'
aged alerears 6 months and telays.
On O i lcloth ult., at his home In Fnyettevllle,
Mr. !STUART NIcOOWAN, In the 18th year of
him age. -
ONLY FOE CASH.
undendgned, Dealers In Coul, hereby
lic, g i ve n o u n
this ce to their customers and the pub
will 'wallowed, but all coal must be pald for
In .Wye/ice or on delivery. Our being requir
ed to loW Can't for Coal and Freight harmed
laden take/moue, andhereafter the (-twit Stye
tem al be rigidly adhered to.
C. U. BI EAGER,
BENNER 41 DUO.
tiett3, 4 aliurg, Dec. 11, PM. 8m
,THE CASH SYSTEM.
i iso l d e ers .t lened 6 Dpaie v dnee, i &: 4
. to I, tristne! th “ e r ttAttli reliSTESl hin Y ln ilt e e r lr m buti n 1-
.111101. MI goods roust be paid for In advance
.or on delivery, no the email HYIIIO6I will ,he
.rigidly, motorail nfter thin date.
1314111 AM & CY/
MeCtiftLY & HAMILTON,
CIENNEIt & HMO,
'Ed In either of the above
firm, 41.1 t .rettuists& t 4 eali shd make mettle
0", 11, mak. Bm'•
CASE to Me presabea air th e sabre:ether, In
Ilenellen townehlp, be September Isar. a
Attl rITEEE aupposed ta Pe between two
and t hree 3,q um old—la prinetpally wlttleowith
mixture of white , ettlei red along tbeV44l--
iortin rather etratlahL The owner la mote*.
prove property, pay chariot alai lake Id
Dee. It, 3t
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Dec. 11, idtfil.
CARRIAGE FACTORY FOR RENT.
E undersigned has erected, Mr rent, In
'Y rs EW oXFoRIi, Adams con n ty, an elitist.
'at for the manufacture of Congas.,
et, dc. Persona wishing to engage In
things will Gnu N ew °Mont an excellent
Early application desired
CORNELIUS W. MILLER.
0 %ford,. Dec. 4.18 M. If
'ESSE D. gET.TS:II,
Ilt ILL prc attend So all Wl* la the
s a „. aa rs ag tam BostdanoelaCeoowago
toaa kd a .. smile mouth or MoSherryeloon.
i ta t, ciat aa ad 41.reee—Ltanerver. Changan !mai.
Nov. V, wee, 7m•
SETTLE UP !
THE underwr. 'abasing ekeed ont nem
mci r ..p.stm lata,on the Gettseou
road. desires an la Ml4ldliiie w e nsettle or
coo ant. Alt bills nt S. paid by the A Starch
net. will tar Mooed in Um hands of it proper
officer for coneetten.
Q, Dee. 1, 11111. ti
THE undersigned anti pay for WASH •
WOOD 45 cents, and for UNWASHED
WOOL 31 mots per pouud.
HMI eouatontl y on baud a lame assortment
01 CH AMBERSHURIa FCTOILY 000De4
VeeryFA. D. DUPHORN.
liet tyslnoir.. Dec. 4.:018. U.
Dissolution of Partnership.
. partnership heretofore oxLstlng
flthe undendimest, In the mermottll.-
I.b.mefh, has been dltwolyed by unutusl con
sent. Tlfe books are In the Junior partner's
Inmds for settlement. He can be found, for
armor time. at the t h estan The busmen&
trlll be continued, Et same phme, by the
*mbar partner. F. IX DEft'HORN
a. W. 11UFFMAH.
ee HAMA ual
* qity, and reasonable
412 W. san be ba4 as
AWES wauNegs good ankle of PerrfaP•
iJ erY. nary dap. or Hair Braabes, can
-AaPPileil RA le OCLURNI.
AT PUBLIC BAWL -
rundersigned winoffer at Public 9.M,
n the premises, on SATURDAY, the Mb
bley o R Estat
f DECK/SHER, Is, the following valua
eal e, els:
A LOT OF GROUND,
situate In the Borough of Berwick, Adams
county, fronting on Water street, on which
are emoted a large T WO-BTORY
DWELLING, watt s one-story Beck
Building attached a Log Barn and au- 1 . 1
Wing, Carriage House, Hog Yen, An., l•
with a Welt or water 011 the premises; also •
fine assortment of Fruit Trees,
This is a very desirable property, being the
late residence of the Rev. IC. Hogneins, do
maned. Persons wishing to it Jew the premi
ses or Melting Wilber Information ' will call
on the undersigned, who occupies the above
teat. to commence precisely at I o'clock. P.
on said day, when attendance will he giv
and terms made known by
JULIA A. 13OFFLIEITil9.
Dec. 11 , isaa.
Upholstering and Trimming.
EILLIAM E. CULP has opened an estab
lishment opposite Weaver's Live
in Waehington street for COPEAUNG
ISCIPAP CHAIRS, MATritEiglEd, am Up
holstering la all Its breathe..
lie also continue. his old business of TRIM
MING CARRIAGES, Ac., sad so
licits from the public their patronage.
WILLIAM E. CL'LP.
Gettysburg, Dec. 11, INN. ti
1 40 @ 1 00
8 00 ®,lO 00
IN THE MATTER OF FRANCIS R. HILDE
THE sold Bankrupt having flied his petition
for a discharge from all his debts provable
under the sahl Act, and for It certificate there
of: It Is ordered that a meeting of the Credi
tors be held on the 7th day of JANUARY, ISUS,
at le o'clock, A. N 1.,, before Ilaxtings B ehr,
Esq., Itegister, at the office of M. & W. McClean,
Rags., In (let tysburg,
kr Penn hen and where
the examination of o ld Bankrupt will be du
b:lied; and it Is further ordered that a hearing
he had mam the said petition for discharge
and certificate thereof on WEI/NM:WAY, the
An b day , of JAN LILY, 1 Wl , before said Court
at Philadelphia, at 10 o A. Pd., when and
where all parties I uterehted can attend if they
650 (4 725
1 85 () 250
1 46 (4 1 50
85 09 105
70 ® -75
7 50 ® 775
2 758 41)
10 50 (4 11 00
6 (41) 64 15 00
Is 00 20 00
Itt*lxter In Bankruptcy
Dec. 4, IS S. ftt
L M., 18M, S. 2.
THE BEST TONIC.AND
• IN USE.
Also, s most delightful and exhilarating
A w 1 !te Casa full of tX)NSTITUTION BITTERS
",ree Mot, a day, will be the best preven
tive cliscase that ran be need.
Dsopeprta. huhp-te.tott. Cbthrettees,
prevent. FEVER AND AGUE. anti all Bilious
diseases. They are the
STOSIAOH BITTERS OF THE AUK
They are prepared by
ward, Bentley & Cheney,
DitutioisTs, BUFFALO, N. Y.
S.. It. d. C. also prepare the
ALLSMA FOR THE HAIII,
Which is the beet
Hair Restorr i,r lterzer. and Hair
In the market. It prevents BaWoe., frees
the head front Dandruff. and thoroughly
eradlottca all diseases of the mad p. •
SOLD BY ALL DitUGGILSTS. ,
Dee. 11, ICBM, ly
Hair Restorer and Renewer
Restores luny and faded Uair to Its ORIGI
NAL COLOR, removes Dandruff,
CURES ALL DISEASES OF TIM SCALP,
prevents BALD:CP:43, and makes the Hair
grow Mitt, Gloomy and Luxuriantly.
Alisioaa is the Beet,
The Cheapest, and most satisfactory
OF ANY ARTICLE IN USE,
,peel should be used by every one who
BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR.
Put up is two az% Stull (8 oz.) 81.00 ;
Large (le et) ILSO per Bottle.
EACH BOTTLE IN A NEAT PAPER BOX.
Seward, Bentley & Obeney,
Dm : oak Bunlido, N. li...Prwrletors. Thal
aro also proprietors or
SEWARD'S COUGH SYRUP,
• splendid &alai* for
1 4d4, Bronchial,
and all dleisitmo of the
T II 13. 0 ,9 T
MOLD BY ALL Dujusupers.
A Safe, Certain sod Speedy cure for
Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Bronchi
tis, Hansom:44a, Croup, Influen
za, Whooping Cough, Inel
sIY diseases of the
throat 4 Lungs.
This tX:11.7011 CURE has been Vied for years.
and the experience of
THOUSANDS WHO HAVE USED IT
to the diseases above enumerated, has pro.
nounesd It •
Safe and Melina'. Medicine;
and at least ONE BOTTLE should be kept In
every lam Ily as a ready remedy. Don't ne.
Meet a severe Omagh. or throw away money
on worthless medicine.
Price 50 Cents per Bottle.
Seward, Bentley & Cheney,
DRUGGISTS, GUFFAW, N. IC.,
wbo ore also Proprietors of the Celebrated
Constitution Bitters & Alisma.
SOLD BY ALL D1W001319.
Dec. D. 198& 1p
Tl3 E r.",a d . e ltr d oiS ° 4t in ng e rn t
adjoining the Railroad Depot, He will have,
during the Fall, a full supply on hand, an d
will be able to furnish them WHOLIOIALE
or RETAIL. Broome made to order or on
the shares. Persons having Broom Corn
would do well to give him a mil.
B. R. TIPTON.
Gettysburg. Nov. M. Hag. 38/
To all Whom It may Comm
.kinOTICE 1 hereby given that an application
in about to be made to the Governor of
agyivania in behalf of ISAAC *sae, now
in the ginner& PenitanUitry. ander asatanes
or the Court mortar Co urt . genalons of Adams
torinty, fo ra for the aueildred Por
tion or Um for which be wee miateneen,
Nov. $7, Me
Ma g. underslirned hereby warns hunters and
I fishers (won trexpanalnd on hie penitent.
on Middle Crash in sysodont township. Those
who disregard this puttee taus& expect to be
dealt with to the full extent of the .aw
JOHN . VVOICIOAD,
Way. ZI, IBIS. 311.
WIL B. NAGLE'S ESTATE—Letterstal
tameutary on the estate 0( Win. B.
Nagle. late or Hamilton tarp., Adams acrintY,
derealted, having been vented to the under
signed, residing In the same township, he
hereby gives notice to all persons lit
debted to said estate to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the
same to present them properly autheutkaanl
Oet. 73, IRK ft Exaeutcw.
TORN BOWMAN'S ESTATE—Letters of
admintatration with the wilt annexed on
the estate of John Bowman late of Strettan
township, Adams county, deoeased, having
Men granted to the undersigned, residing
In the same township, she hereby gives
itioti'wo to all persons indebted to said es
tate to mate immediate itoyment
. and those
havtaL agitge ,egainst the same to present
them propertir feeMieutiented for settlement.
Administratrig wisp the Will natnesed.
Dec. 4, 18113. tlt
PPLES. flulalna. Citron, Curtains, Cras
beer les ' andPrun'a int. I. arainws.
v. 30. het
rt inrilablHN'§ farailiking goodsZals
V &SiVete 06 X
THE GETTYSBURG COMPILER, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1808:
IN THE WORLD!
INCLUDING A VA%UABLE
IN L ITTLESTOWN
2N SATURDAY. the 26th duy of DECEM
BER next the undersigned, Assignees for
iICURR I. of creditor. of John Green and
Wife, will offer at Public lisle, on the premises.
the Reul Estate of wad Assignors, amslaiting
of the following:
NO. I. THE HOTEL STAND,
situate In Gettysburg atrewt, DroadwaV near
the Public Square, in the Borough of Mies.
town, adjoining Yantis ck Stover on the south
and Daniel Crouse on the north. The -
HOTEL BUILDING is frame wcwther.4
boarded, two story, with Bark-build.
Ins, the whole commodious, and aell
adapted for the burliness. There is large ism.
bltng attached to the Hotel ; 11.1110 'Wash amt.,
Smoke House and Wood House, with, two ex
cellent wells of water, one in front and the
other in the yard, near the kluchen door.
There is ohm on the Hotel lot a two-story
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE—beside a varie
ty of choice fruit tries. This stand has a good
run of profitable custom and should attract
the attention of all desir ing to engage In the
Hotel business. Such an opportunity to pur
chase Is not often presented.
NO. 2. A LOT OF GROUND,
opposite the Hotel, ad3olning the Widow Lan•
singer on the south and the Assignors on the
north, having thereon Sk Two story Frame
Weatherboarded D WELLING 'LOUSE, Y NE W
SHOPS, Hog Pen, and other out-buildings,
with a never-failing well of water In the yard.
NO, & TWO BUILDING LOTS,
nearly oppoalte the Hotel, each 88 feet front
and running bark to a street- These are both
eligible lots—nose more desirable In the town.
Also, at the same time and place, will be
sold the following personal property, via:
1 MULE. 1 Hog, 2 Government Wegons, 1
Wheelbarrow, Halters and Chains. Flynets,
Forks. Shovels, Raker; about f• tons of goad
Timothy Hay, 2 tons of Second Crop Hay, a
lot of Long Straw, lot of Manure,
Brick, 5 loads of Sand, go.; 1 Piano, 1 Sofa, 4
Beds and Bedsteads, Chalrs, Looking Glam.,
Clock, Table Covers, Wash Stands, Bowls and
Pitchers, a lot of Kegs, Ash Hopper, lot of See
'gars, and a variety of other articles, too nu
merous to mention.
Male to comments. at 10 o'clock, A. M., on
said clay, when attendance will be given and
terms made known by
0. R. YANTIS,
Nov. 27, I. to Assignees.
ON SATURDAY, the 216th day of DrA,'Elli
liElt next, by virtue of an Order of the
Orphan'. Court of Adams county, the under
signed, Administrator of the estate of James
Timmins, dreamed, will offer at Public Sale,
on the premises, the Real Estate of said dece
. . •
A TRACT OF LAND, isltuato in Oxford
township, Adams county; one-fourth of a mile
east of Irletdown, adjoining lambs of Samuel
Sneerlnger and John Take, and containing
4 ACRES and WI PERCH EN, more or beau—hav
ing a oue nud a half story LOU EL
-I,INU Spring House. Log Stable, g
Hog Peu, and other out-buildings; a
oriel yof choice fruit, and at exoellent
well of water near the house.
. . _
The land Is In a high stole of cultivation,
and the fences are good. It is a very desirable
home—convenient to church, school, mechan
ic shops, die.
Pensms wishing to view it are requested to
call at the dwelling.
Kale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., on said
day, when attendauue will be elven and terms
made known by
By the Court—A. W. Murree., Clerk.
A VALUABLE FARM
AT PRIVATE SALE.
ME underalghed offers at Private Sale, Ids
VALUABLE FARM, situate in Weals
horn' district, Frederick county, Md. a quarter
of a mile from the York Road Station on the
Western Maryland Railroad. ad)olulng lands
of Frederick Blerly. Mr. McGinnis, and Whets
and conutining lid Acres, more or lean; about
2fi acres are in excellent wood, with a sufti
ciehey of meadow'. All the cleared land has
been heavily limed Within the Into three
years, and is in a most productive condition.
The fences are good, as are all the improve
ment., consisting ora Two-story
110LSk:, with BaAr-hall.ling.
SpringSpringolllle, Smoke 11.444.4.4, 11 11 •
lugs, linit.rate Apple Or, hard, 1.41(10,6"1
fruit, on .the premise.; a never-faillog spring
of eater near the house, grid a small stream
through the Ware. Little Pipe Creek runs
along the east xi , ' Of it
Thu. ' , ln all .egp,ta a deldrable property,
and Milo4/d at art the attlentlon of buyer..
Personq , glll 4to nice It are requested to
call on th, .n vralifned,r.idlng
Terms . .y, and made to suit mirth..l3oN.ger,
WFnr further Information, Inquire at the
Nov. al, Pa& Inn
AVALUABLE MILL PROPERTY, with 00
Acres of choice Land, on the turnpike
leading from Abbothdown to Hanover, one
mile from the former place, known ma Hol
ONE OTHER MILL PROPERTY, with.o
Acres of Land, or 1M Acres, as may be desired,
on Marsh creek, 0 miles S. W. from Gettys
burg, and known as Bandoe's NHL
14. MODEL FARM. A 291 Acres of Land, In a
high state of et:titivation, 100 bushels of Lime
to theysburg sere, No. I bulidings.2 mile
ARNOLD.s west front
llettysburg, Ps., Aug. 21. 1109. 41.591
A FIRST-RATE FARM
AT PRIVATE SALE,
WITHIN two miles of Getlyaburg,On the
itarraMrg rand, with all necessary Im.
prominent*, and in prime order. I will sell
from 15) to lOU Acres, to suit purchasers.—
Terms reasonable. Par anther Information,
Sept. RWRF. it,;( Gettysburg, Pa.
RIAL ESTATE AGENCY.
I have opened an neney An the
Sale of Real Estate,
In commotion with my hia! bnetneee in Get
;Pl whaling to mU, pr buy lands, may
tin it tp thew introntaii.penti. Severe
Farms awl Voiliawl,
A No, I /Agar, pipm,mwes,
A TRACT, 90 ACRES, rdr n
AA GOODM, 13/ AC FARM,
RES, 290 ACILFR,airy ciApAp,
A FARM, 65 ACRID:4, for 1 12 , 27 . 5 ,
A FAR! 64 4C4b24. for 14 A itn,
A YNE 'an r
wAmm, 1110 CRER,
A FRII. GOOD FARR 126 AC6.14,
A TER , 011 PARR: A-CK R BR.
A No. 1 FRUIT FARR,CRI.) 4 ,
A GOOD FARM RN ACLI. 00ar Getly A mburg,
A GOOD FAIII i 160 AC nod *1 CEtki
A GOOD FA/RR, 1211 AXKIF)4, pt $33 3 per DAM
A VERY GOOD FARR, 110 ACLIA.B. AL 9 4 4
A FARM 1110 A.CRE4 at 930,
_l3O ACES AND VERY GOOD
BUILDINGS, at 0311 per acre,
A GOOD FARM, Hu ACRES and GOOD
A 00011 FARM, /60 ACRE&
Very desirable property 1p Littlestora, Al
so, several Houses snit out-lots la Gettysburg
R. (i. McCREARY,
mummer •t Low
CieU.yaborg, July 17.1888. U
FOR RALE OR BENT.
My Coach Factory,
s ri e VA . TE co lo u lti y egZe r . ..of Charlestown, Jef-
The shops arc substantLidly built, of Stone,
and large enough to work fifteen (151 men.
For twenly-five ,yeare before the war Z mon
nfaCtured and sold nfteen thousand dollars'
(515,000) worth of
Letters addressed to meat Lkkarlestown, will
receive prompt attention.
W. J. HAMM
11/70V. 27, UK Sin
GRECIAN BEND 1
W. J. MARTIN'S
T 9 the place to wet It, if you wish, and where
you la esa ip4 ererrtAtne up•• 104 to be
Grocery and Liquor Gtore.
The Groperles consist Spices, of hest Syrups,
Codees. Sugar.. Tess, ie.; also prime
No. 1 Mackerel, te.
Always an hand a large quantity of Lmors,
of all kinds, horn CHAMPAGNE to common
FURS. RYE WHISKEY, BRANDY AND
GIN. for medicinal and other purposes;
%WPM WHISKEY and JAMAICA RIJN
land's, an erman Himq
Hotel Keepers wUI god by Vilia me • tall
that they eau be supplied with Noma at all
Woes as before, to glen*, at redizioMintes, "and
14 ," Int 41 , 44 Pedtar ,
•haPw.R 114 r pea patrol:Mr, hi, solicits a
coalJpastlM. WY. 64Mr•
Baltimore t, tug.
Nov. at tf
MAKE'S A LASTIMNSHINE.
IMIOSE who bt their boots on Baton's
I. night with Mdia&TY Woo/Ong, don't have
mutt shine on learn y, as thepolinto Wel otr.
but the shine of
Lute St•Urhy Ilikt aid all day Egitay
beats aby giber Blackfly wile.
10448(F I=d .0 4 , by I. a Dobbhaolt his
Immeeee p pp Illieptitig WW
Street an (Firusawa ATMs!,
Nat irk by WW. J. want, cwitionszig .
VT. 1 11 M Os
TIM VERY BEST !
.Bierbower's.Segar Store ,
North East Gomm of the Diamond.
TIRE andrign m e i d il trkfa f or pesitavors,
It to trt "Irtoeot "" ""`"" pub'
Sega" Smoking and Chewing To
baooos, Pipes, 61.
which he le roimered to sell at the lowan
ggpiALE AND RETAIL, lie
will keep oa
THE BEST BRANDS,
and will manufacture for general sate
throughout the Countg.
Remember th e place, In the Diamond. between
litinkerbors Mare and IleCiellon'a RoleL
Dec. 4, ISM. It
OYSTER SALOON 1
. JOHN GRUEL,
CILIMBERSBURG ST., LiETTYSBURG,
next door to Eagle Rotel announ ce r to
blends that in ad on to his
he has opened an Oyster Saloon, at his old
stand on Chambersburg street, where during
the meson he will keep constantly on band
the beat the market can *fiord, with special
dOCULII mod:along (or
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
gar - GIVE US A CALL. 411
Dee. 1, ltste. t(
THE eutewri.,er law }net returned from the
°HY with the
LARGEST AND BERT sELEcryD
STOCK • OF CLOTHING
ever opened the
w r nu p na s w . h s r i ttel , l .u h n /!
OV - M1 , 10 4 0_1-I. I I'S,
DRESS COATS, BVSIND.S COATS
Fancy Caaglinere Co to of all Pitying, batittiet
and Jean Coats, very elinny, Doeskin, Fancy
Caaalmere and Padinnt Pants, Wool Slung,
Under filtlrta and Drawent, In
stil:Manta of all kinds,
TOBACCO AND CLARE,
Razors, Pipes, Brushes. Neek-tiex, and a thou:
mind other articles, too miniermie to mention
In a ilea epaper advertisement.
THE LATEST STYLES
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Cap, Boots and Shoes,
Just received by
T' V ERT C. COBEAN,
*burg St., First Square,
Where the public can and a lam ~d varied
assortment, which he is selling , geap. He
also mau ortactures and repairs
HARNESS OF ALL KINDS,
promptly and on masonable terms. Bridles.
Halters, Whips, Trunks, Valleys, Tobacco,
Cigars. and a great variety of Notions. Clive
me a call. (Nov. 6, lea. tf
WM. BOYER & SON,
mucus I 1
.5 ORA, Wooden and Willow Ware.
I gaud luertaelit si W Gods
uso•Lly kept In •
FIRST-CLAM FAMILY OROCEitY.
111. MK It
THE LATEST IMPROVED AND GENUINE
ELLtS MOWN, II?"
as WNW lad sold at
/*CODA; 4 73/(o'4, STORE,
CUALIIIII,IIBIII7I/0 IrriLILT, Orßif WOW
Orders will be promptly attended to. Ma
chines dells/Ned to all pals of the metal%
Arnie public are eautioned retaillet parties
who am the name of HOWE in connection
with their machines on amount of the popu
larity of the Howe 'Wahines. There are none
011:111711111 unless they have imbedded in midi
nutehlue a medallion having the likeness of
ELIAS HOWE, Jr.. on It, de.
OEO. JACOBS & BRO.,
only Agents for Adams county, Pa.
Aug. '7, USIA
J. M. MINNIGH.
Diamond Confectionery and loe Cream
BALTIMORE Street, two doors above Center
Square, Gettysburg, Na Having return
ed from the city with a full stock of Conk*.
ludwing ill Mal at tM sfir7 lowest phi
FRF.NCH 4 COMMON CANOIgg,
Oranges, Lemons, Toys, Nuts, Notions,
Sad everything belonging to • Orst-ebuis Con
fectionery with CAIN}, MEAD AND LEM
ICE. t CREAM
'supplied on short Erotic&
May IS, MK tt
GUM SPRING DRILL.
CC beat Drill In nee, will sow all kinds of
Grain without changing any part of the
ffintail PIM 'frith or without the
Guaranteed to do wood work. Also. the
mad* to Mew Pork. P4USIUY 1111 goad as SO
mill* funned,' m*4 is Vl* mAlut,Y,
AR./%l*l AND TURFS ',AMA OWVKII,
AEU STEEL PLOo* JAL,
I ,7 __lNOriTli
Aug. Mk U.
WOOD FOR SALE.
MR CORDS OAK.
HO CORDS HICKORY.
at Suadoe's MLR.
Pries, XX And!! par cord, an the ream&
pg 9, AIiNOLD.
Jam. Xi, LEI. it
STAVES FOR SAW,
15.w)110. Iraa 'MUM MAVIS
tor i g is br MBA maray. tlsees
WM* s w thweal otOmatienra. Adapts Molar.
11911, 1/414 IS
THE GREAT OBJECTION TO
I 8 REMOVED!
ESLICIES are not forfeited in the MAS
ACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSU
CE COMPANY, Of Spring fi eld, Maits.,
by non-payment of Prentiume when due_ but
are CONTINUED IN FORCE FOR THEIR.
FULL AMOUNT, for such time as would be
puretussed by their equitable alue under the
non-forfelture Law of the State of Massachu
ORDINART POLIcY, Ao6 Si.—One Annual
Cash Payment will continue the policy in
force, 2 year. and S day.. Five Annual Ca sh
a Ptair z ielits . 7ill continue it In furoe, 10 years
ORDINARY ENDORRENT PoLICT, AGE E.S.—
Payable at Death or to In
at Age of El.—
One Annual Cush Payment will continue the
policy In force, 3 year. and IV months. Five
Annual Co..h Payments wilt continue the
same policy in force, U year..
TEN PA YEENT ENDOWMENT POLICY, AGE RS.
—Payable et Death or to I nenred at Aim or SO.
—One Annual Utah Payment will contidue
the polity In forme yearn. Five Annual Cash
Payments will continue the same policy In
force, 26 year..
Present assets of the Company 12.500,000.
KNOX, MARSHALL &
GeneraLhgents for Pennsylvania,
New York City and Vicinity.
OFFICES W. Corner of 7th and Chestnut
street., Pldladelphia, and 2113 BruedwaY, New
itie.loliN KNOX MARSHALL of the above
firm, will be In Gettysburg during the next
three weeks, to receive applications for luau.
ranee in Chia very desirable Comperiy.
Nov. 27, MIL 31
The Oriental and Empire
QUITE a number of these Stoves were put In
Uae but 11.1.11011, and the univenal saUs.
faction they gave induced the subsedber to
order another lot. They are decidedly the
beet, cheapest and moat perfect stoves ever
offered In Gettysburg, and when brought In
competition never fail to assert their superi
ority, being sell-feeding, perpetual burners,
with mica Illuminating windows, ventilating`
and anti-duet dampers, cleanly, and easily
managed, they become a favorite wherever
Also the ORIENTAL PARLOR COOS BABE
BURNER, a heating, halting and cooking
--. • .
Persons should examine these stoves before
buying tiny others, as they embreee Improve
meant and advantages not found In any other.
Call and see them.
Also a full hupply.of COOICING STOV ISS at
reduced prices, warranted to bake and give
satisfaction In every remx,..t.
Also u general assortment of arUclee gotta-,
ble (or kitchen use, de.,ineludlng TIN-WARE,
Metal hollers, Cott.* Had Irons. Table
and Tea-spoons, Knives uud Forks, Iron La
dles. Shovels, de.
Gettysburg, Sept. 25,186 g, tt
ITIHE undersigned having purchased the
BEIVDEH,B%II.LE FOUNDRY, would In
form Its old putrope and the public generally,
that be will contain° the buaincsa, and push
it fully up to the demands or the times. He
will have good materials and good workmen
—and always enough of both to All even or
der promptly and autisfactorily. Ho
THRFAHING YIACHIN EH,
of the very boat kind, and not to be beat. The
BENDEFO3V MIX PLOUGH
- - -
that has beedrue such a favorite among the
farmers ofAtiams and adjoining ouuntimmade
in the most reliable manner. Ile is determin
ed that the plough shall not lose In reputation
whilst Its maintfaattira Is in
he will see to It that a sulnelent supply be kept
on hand, so that all diaappointruents may
hereafter be avoided. Mx different patterns
of ploughs mule at this oatabllshment.
Also TEN-PLATE., PARLOR—and COOK
STOVER—aII well-tested and popular—among
the a cry be/li and cheapest in the market.
REPAIRINU done In the 111.4 expeditious
and satisfactory manner, I. vt rything at the
lon, at living rates. A share of pa tronase Is
/millet teal, and every ellort will la rust I.'te, to
servelt. ENUCH 11OUTZA I I N.
Nos • 21), ltaYL ly
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD!
The Great Alterative and Blood Purifier.
IT Is the moat perfect vegetable compound of
alteratives, tonic., 4.llumt We and dlup..oret
log, making It the moat effecttve, Invigorating.
renovating and Wood cleansing corallai known
to the world.
For the cum of Scrofula or
King's Evil, Cutaneous
Erysipelas, Huila, PIM
LOkLya pl. and illulenea on the Faro,
Sore F.,), es, liksild Head, Totter
Affections, Old and Stubborn
Elvers, Rheumatic lAitorders,
ELOOD Yellow Jaundice, Salt Rheum,
White IS wellinipt, Mercurial
Manses, General Debility,
Palpitation and Fluttering at
PANACEA, theUWrt, Consumption,Asth•
me, Syphilis and Syphilitic
Affections, Inflammation of
the Bladder and Khlneys,
Fannin the Raek, Dropsy, Perna le Complaints,
de. To the broken down female it given life
and energy by restoring the lost powers of na
ture, when health again suoreeds the feeble
form and pallid cheek of t h e sufferer.
Nothing can be more act rorlsing than Its in
vigorating effects on the human system. Per
sons all weakness and lossitude by using the
PANACEA, at once become ro bust and lull of
energy under Its influence,
Ladles who have pale complexions and are
dark about the eyes, blotches and pimples on
the time, rough akin or freckles, and are 'Mut
of spirits," should use a bottle or two of LON
DON BLOOD PANACEA. It will cleanse
your blond, remove the (reek kw and blotches,
and give you animation, sparkling eyes flue
spirits and a beautiful complexion. Try t.
PRICE 81.00 PER BOTTLE.
...S . A . P' C", T_T 'T .Z. •
Attoistoteseturer awl Proprietor
For sale by druggists and storekeepers
throughout the United States.
A. Lk BUEHLER, Agent, Cietlysburg, Pu.
Nov. 27, kW. ly
11LTOTICE le hereby given to all Legatees and
121 other pentane concerned, that the Ad
ministration Ants hensinalter mentioned
will be prevented at the Orphans' Coort of Ad
am. county, L'u - eonfirrnstlon and allowance,
Ott TVENDAY, the Zath day of DECEMBER
next, at 10 o'cloak„ A. hi., VII.:
117. The fleet and final account of Martin L.
Bravely, Administrator o Jacob Stavely,
- 1711: The first and final amount of Henry
Mayer, Executor of Swab DolLdeceased.
17V. The first and final amount of Mich ael
gity cloyloltarato,tht. WI) annexed
The rrart 4 4 l al 'amount of Peter
Sterner art Wm Da p. Administrators of
Jaeob /garner, late of Derwielf tovrtwop,
181. The first and dual account of John
Wertz, Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Henry Wertz, deceased.
lat. First and float account of William H.
antheAdministrator of David IA tilt-Toed,
rs Flrst nceount of Maria Criswell, Admin•
istrator of Jac Criswell, deceased.
184. The second and final account of James
W. (hibernator, Administrator of Henry A.
W. D. TIOLTZWOHTH, Begtster.
Nov. Ti, Ida to
FIRST TRAIN leave. Gettysburg at 7.15 A.
M. and connects at Hanover Junction with
the Fast Line Smith at %11, reaching Balti
more at 11.20, A. M. Alec with Mall Train
North at LO.SM, A. M., reaching Harrisburg at
12.0 P. M. Returning arrives at Gettysburg
at WM, P. M.
SECOND TRAIN !caves Gettyaburg at 1 P.
M., and connect. at Hanover Junction with
Mall Train Routh at 11.08, P. M., reaching Sal
'Macre at 5.0, P. M. lioturningarrives at Get
tysburg at 5 P. M.
The Freight Train with Passenger Car at
tached, leaves Hanover at. 0.30, A. M., arriving
In Gettysburg at 10, A. M. Leaves Geuysburg
for Hanover at 2, P.M.
R. MCCURDY, Bap%
Sept. 18, 1808.
BE undersigned, Assignees of John Green
and rife of of Littleetown, Adman counts.,
Deed of VolUnlary Amarameat, fe
trust for the benefit of oreditore, hereby give
notice to all persons indebted to meld John
Green to call and snake immediate payment,
aud chipe having clef ram/140111st hl m to presets. t
them to the entiseribere, reatdtng In the same
place, properly authenticated for settlement.
GEO. B. YANTIS
AV warms Citot7SE,
Nov. 20, IRA. et. Assignees.
PParfnerahip heretofore extating be
een the undersigned In the Produoe and
rding businen was dissolved on the
Ant day of January inst., by mutual con
sent. The books of accounts and all tumettled
business have been left In the hands of Rufus
E. Culp, wbo is duly authorised to settle up
the Name. He will be found at the Wale
hones now in the occupancy of Slesara. Bigbam
& Colman. All persons interested are requir
ed **call and nettle.
Ge E o NR . EARNSHAW.
Jnu,lL IWo, t
Job W. Tipton,
ErHION.i.4I4C 1141113f.11, Hartheaei or.r.
rs of the Diamond, (next door to IleClel,
W Hotel./ Gettysburg, Pa., where he oan at
all Umes be found ready to attend to all bud.
nae to bis line, He lute aleto excellent esalst.
-ince and win ensure NutWhistle's. alve him
Mee. 11, 11110.
1868. MILINERY. 1868
HAPI *et retueued trout the city with a
Is TALrDL DONN AND HAUL
Alma Ikmatmetetwattuaretauwiags fajta, Watt
=widish. VIA as simartgoest ed bah-
t* rr44 o 4 NM my knweli
APB WINPINTA It=
WI. emir og
1.0 444 wis supplied with goals he Sea . *di
Wallis. mid /mew
is, isa als
To Collectors !
Collectors of County sod Slate Taxes fur 1867
and previous years are botany notillod to sot-
De of their Duplicate* IN FULL ou TUES.
DAY, the lath day of DATEKBFR next, on
',lda day the (knotty Comerdaidoners will
meet to make the swearer/ exoneration'.
If saki Collectors, or any of them. WI to coin
ply with this notlee, the Comb Widowers will
be under tlig newsgirl o!brioging suit in eve-
ry ease of delinquency, without tospect to
persons. The money is positively needed,
and longer indulgence cannot be granted.
Collectors of County and Stale Taxes kw
INS will make all collections thst can be made,
•nd pow the same to the County Treasurer at
tha time above stated, withotit falL
Attest—J. M. WALTZ., Clerk.
OILY FOR CASH,
WE have this day mark
ed all our goods to the
LOWEST CASH TRICEIt,
and to give our customers
full benefit of small yro
gm, from this date we
purpose doing a stristiy
cash basliiiva and will
sell at THE VERY LOW
EST CASH PRICEStoaII
who may ramie us with
SOW a WOODS.
Nov. is, 18d$. U
More New Goods
AND CHEAPER STILL I
.REBERT 4• ELLIOTT,
Oppoette the Otteet-Amtie, Gettgostotext.
"[LAVE Just opened a new and largo we
11 sortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
OF ALL KLYDB.
MUSLIMS, &C., &C.
to which they invite attenthm—being deter
mined to sell et the lowest moth priors.
Nov.ll, 1101.4 f
Attend to Your Interests 1
I have purchased the Right for Adams
KOCHENOUR'S HAY FORK,
bleated tbal7tb day of December, lea 2, by J
K. Koctionour, of York county, P.
This laths beet York yet, and farmers will
itotteult their awn Interests by giving It Um
preference over eh Ohara.
I will sell TOWNSHIP =WITS, ea well am
single Forks In Townships not sold.
GEO. F. MILLER,
New Chester, Adams co, Pa.
Nov. V. I. im
SELLING OFF AT COST !
Having determined to dose out nix entire
OVER COATS, DRFAS - COATS, PINTS,
VESTS, DRAWKII.B, de., de.
Those donyouo of securing !good banfalwi. can
now Inikve eyp opporl;unkty by telling st my
Oottyeborg, Oot. 2, INNt tf
D. C. SHEAFFgR,
PE7`ERI3BURG, (Y. S.) PENN'A.,
Le prepared to odkr to tie Addle aaythrog
in his line ea cheep as eau ha Lad In tle
sarParchasers will do well to call and exam
Ina our stock De mi baying elsewhere.
Dade CO ardor. Reimilring dime wear. ches4.-
ly,.and with ihyptitotilt.
WI C. STALLEMITH & SON
tARPENTENS AND CONTRACTOR%
Ario prepared to da klndi el Oarpealtretog
ug and ersollag Milldams of all
kinds, Itepshing, &e. They keep ecaslAntly
on hand and manareetare to order,
DOORS, SHUTTERS, BLINDS, SASH, DOOR
AND WINDOW FRAMES, 001INICR„
DOOR & WINDOW BRACIEDIS,
And any other Mild. In the Xtulldbet Line.
Seasoned material constantly on hand, erne-
dented workmen always In readlnesa, end
wadi executed with dispatch
...114.0atto promptly attended to.
Sept. 10, UM. If
0 VERCO 4 raras,
All 84ylirs wed Pf'kea, by the /lard. or
Wilde OP order,
amen- warew moms IMPILME.
AlitrillPNlKE4 l /IP. it
WHERE TO GO.
L. 0.• Now Drew, gootiad cheap, every
I l&dy should go to _
ROW & WOODeV,
For good and cheap Muslin, always go to
ROW & WOOLXV,
For Flannel insult everybody, yo to
ROW & WOOlee.
For Canton Flannel, white and colored. he
sore to go to t ROW & WOOlstr,
Fur chesty and pretty Claim, don't 601 to go to
W & WOODrc.
For Table Linen, at low priers go to
ItON) & WOODS*.
For bargains In Dry Goode, it isyour interest
to go to 11.0 W ,h WOODS'.
For a Double Shawl, cheaper than any where
else,golo ROW & WoODee,
Fur a Single Shawl that wtil please you go to
For Children's Shawls, the le:ttt *an!.
- NOW &WO'.
For Mourning Shawls, very superior and
cheap, go to ROW * WOOIPV.
For bargains In Shawls, Ho.sis and hearts, go
ROW & WOOlitc.
For a Cast, Pants or Vest, es err limn sod boy
should go W HOW d Wialfis . .
For Balmoral Skirts and ladles' Vests, so to
For Corsets and Hoop Skirts the best niece In
town Is ROW a Witollir.
For Stockings, Gloves, and all kinds of No'
dons, bargains at ROW & WOODS'.
I. or Lath.' Hata, always the latest styles out,
In greatest variety Ina low prices, the place
to go and be pleased Is ROW I WOODS'.
Fors Hat or a tap, ha rasa or boy. go to
HOW & WOODS'.
For Shea of all kinds, good and Miceli, every
body that wants the worth of their mune.) ,
goes to ROW I WOODS'.
We are receiving new floods every week and
are determined to make It advantageous to
all who may favor us with their melon,. In
priors we invite comparison.
HOW * WOODS'.
Nov. I, ISM. U
Clothing ! Clothing
NEW AND LARGE ARRIVAL!
iBRIISIERHOFF, earner of the Diamond
and York street, limited. returned trout
e city with an unusually attractive wort
went of . .
CLOTHING FOR FALL AND WINTER
weer. whhth he will roll et Knelt prices us can
not fall to mire theta off s try naphlly.
and Judge for ))ourselves. To look at the ex
cellent material, tasteful cutting, and neat
and aubstan tint sea Itut,
and then to get his low
prime-4.101er% cannot help but buy, a hen they
see It an much to their Interest to tin to,
lie has Coast, runts, Vests, of all +axleu and
Hata, Boots and ehoes;
, . ,
tiltiris, of all kinds, Hosiery, Gloves, Mind.
kerchief. Neek-ths, Cravats, Linen and Pw.
per Oal Kuspenders, Brushes, Combs •
Trunks. Valises, Umbrellas, Pocket knives,
BNB Mang and Chewing Tohneens,
Clocks, Ws:sties Jewelry, with a thousand
and one ether arliensi, entirely too limner
one to detail inn newspaper ado ertisement.
Ile asks the attentionf the public to his
new stock, con fi dent that It will ploute—and
no one can or will sell i limper. Don't forget
the place—corner of York street and the
JACOB BR' N ICKLIJSOFF.
04. 30, Ida If
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
rrMirew "firdl= T , u " ""r"`"
.1 0r l t h i l:
finished, and the undersigned has optsted bu
siness lu It. Ile desires to purchase any quan
WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS,
MASTER AND EMOTED/ SEED.
LILLY AND 9TELA.W.
with country produce generally. paying the
taighiet taarket prima t herefor.
Ho altto ii.P9lll tar sale all kindle( rocerlea
Coffeee, - Syrup., Mulataget, l plow,
Putt, Plait, 011 a Tobaeouti, d r , together with
the bent Laud Fertilizer —WIIITLLUCK."B:
. FREIGHT .
remtlarly to Baltimore and Philadelphia—to
Hughes & Ementon'e, 121 North street, In the
knitter city, and to Bushy & tVa., inland tIM
Market street, In the latter.
The patronage of the public whetted. No
vffort will be *pared to deserve a large share
WM. E. ,lIIDDICE.
GlettymbUrg. Oct. 9, 4368, If
AS AN APERIENT,
1 here la no Medicine eo much In favor with
Omen who are ...vain tod with their Melina us
Roback a Blond they are safe, pleintant
and mild in their operation, and are purely
rentable; C4lO be taken by children as well
as adults; try them.
As a remedy to soothe all nervous excite
ment. and In he truest sense, a 'terrine. Users
la, perhaps. no median° extant widen Is re
mil yeti with so much favor aa Roback's Want
bob }Utters; a wine glum full on going to bed
le all that Is required to produce - mound and
Or, Bt. Anthony's Fire, can he effectually erad
icated by the nee of Runners Blood Penner
in conjunction with itoback's Blood Mlle.
or, inthprautuaa of the WM. not [infre
quently mime from • disorderwl Mate of the
stomach: • few dorm of }Lubeck's Blood Pulls
will, In moat amen, effect a eon, by removing
KEEP YOIJAt OLoop pumE.
There &reit°reloo.llm.lpOw before the pub
lic, well calculated to parlfy the blood arta
Melinalnk% 116 ro 0 1 Ile MIAs
aa Bobackli Blood 1111er, 81004 klUe arBI
Or, Whites, wit Mh tolloW Meal debility arid
CODUCUtII2.I *8•1111.1, can be effectuatly
cored by lbe use of Itoback's Stomach Bitten.
Do sot let the druggist sell you may ni her rem
edy, as these Bitters are prepared with cep.
chat reference to this complaint, sal are war
ranted to cora
In the mouth In the morning la one of the
symptom of a btliona condition or disordered
'tate of the liver, and should not, for a alnele
day, be neglected, O. It Ix bat the premonitort
ayington of a train of ova. and the very seeds
of disease, Procure at once Rohack'e Blood
Pills, administer them according to the direc
tions accompanying each box, and tho diffi
culty find danger of disease will at once be
NOT A BEVERAGE.
Unlike moat of the bittern of the present day,
Dr. Holsters are not, Intended as a plemant
stimniatingwhiskeybeveraw, but sue perfect.
ly Medielnal. conUdning onl y maleient Pure
bourbon sridalkey.to hold In solution the me
dicinal extractive matter from which they
WHO SELLS THEM?
The Agents Mr the sole of Itonsok's Blood
Pills, Stomach Bitters and Blood Purifier sre
A. 11, ST/EULER sad ,J. BUBB"11, Get tyre
OM 22 11lit 2m
BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
min undersigned hie removed his Curri
-1 egeinakiitgehop to the rat end of ?diddle
street itheavehavia Pa, wherein, will continue
to ladki all kinds of work 1n his line, vie
CARRIAGE& MOWING & FALLING-TOP
WOWS& /AGO= WAGONS, &C., &C.
Hi s week Is al pot gpot good material and
by tbs brad at ataalisaleg, aad gambol, tall
to gimi Mit&Mietbal_ , H 4 swims ale always
Ha sonatas seders, coande :i t.
be t ma
111114111,LN0 promptly dose, at -
W. L. GALLAGHER.
Ism KOK ly
nava an elegant tuaortment
1r hteh they are Rolling very cheep.
lU4 8 .
Fahurutocks have the largest stock of FURS
ton 11. If you want irnlllo.l l / 1 0
colt and buy tram Weal.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, &C
A great variety, and at lair prices, otiband at
Is the rime to buy ehenp goods of every de
It you would Nave mousy, buy al
THE RED FRONT.
U:,:. 4,48@. U
Theutaderelgned lute Liken the Mtore further
ly occupied by Duphorn & Hoffman, cud has
Just Menem! from Lilo cities with the best
molocted Mork ewer hsookhi , to tliiii town,
which consists ill part of
IN ISSN) POPLINS.
XIOOP SIC I ItTat,
SLITSPENDVIRR, • '
go MENOWAILE, AC
FRANK D. DIIPHORN.'
Jena Inset Use pews., Northwest' comer,
Gettysbers Pa., Nov. V. WA
B 1 - T PERS.'
A. mild and agniesbl• TONIC STIMV!...INT,
9 TOW4CWC , %id cAktiflNAvyr.
Extracted enUrely from HERDS and Room
Welly bow eficfsl
AND LON OP APPETIPN;
and to excel eft CORRECTIVX tor persona
suffering from Dlsonlem of the BowelsrFlatu-
Depot, No. 411 Intel, liinct,
J. IL TAYLOR & CO.
Sept. IS. IPS& 17
LAWRENCE D. DIETZ .k CO.,'
importers as 4 Whelasal, Driers la
GERMAN, ENCILISfi AND FRIMICEI VAN-
CT GOOM HOSIERY. NOTIONS, act.,
3118 and 8W West 13%'Watts Street. (betyttit.
Howard and Liberty Strretaj
BALTIMORE. MD. 4.-.
oa.aa;~eee. _~ ~,
w A CLOTHING STORE',
in( • veil iiglogod . good Tall of
TT outer's. obil &bookstand. Ontario
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER:
° 8 CHEETZ'S
BITTER CORD IA
rillird Medlrnl prep:million to now 1.11.
1 tho Pilate th• n reltoble anledllnte I
n y wl.lltlllwa Mal Nal U.ltt It W.llll ll O
the Markel. Ilia purely
of Various herb..., anthenal From the
stonarouao or naLure, nod radr.ted
unman Can% It la not reeroonwnded
I'ULY ALL, Ital. by Ito duvet. tutu
Allrllee Upon the llaorl,l .lvrr, )C ldwy a, Lt
510111414 . 11 and Dowel.. It a.da bath itok
Vt• 111.11,0 and tare for mall y lit" alio,.
which those oetottitt ammo Idert it Oka lrli
rajIIIIY bled Winn, niid ran 1w taken 14 , y1
tomtit or adult with the lame beitel 441
lOTA It IS a rortalit L yndatt owl Aiwa.'
edy for 111 AREA, 8 Ilu
1 1 11‘11 1 1..‘ INT DYSPEPSIA. I.OW NE
FAINTINtis, SICK II IkIA
de. For and FDA' FILM of till
ft la far lantana.' alley Dow <wittily., wL
any al 14t perillelonnor,u, It Mena, a
I*llte, proven n 11°M cMi dlaean'T of Gaol,
wlll ronatenta lite elrerla of Ilirtior lu g
JAi."Olt HIIENTZ, bole I'MPrklor.
N. W. (ur. F'ifll end /tA..O Ste, Yids I
Kol.ll fIY AI.I. IIIIITUuIt4V4.
Nov. LI, INW, ly
Telegraph in China,
THE EARS INDIA TrzisonANN.()
No. 11 and 14 Nassau Street,
Ortyntaad umies‘ Aporial rhartorr from
State or Now York.
119,9011 SHAMA 611110
Ifon. ANDREW O. CURTIN,
PAHL 8. FORLIKS, of Palatal a. Cu., Cr
FRED. RIPTPERFIELD, of F. Batterar
Cka, New Xork.
, Treasurer M
Central HalD U
ALEXAN DEHHID.J.A NI), Trel,AU ror,
Icon Explrmo Company New York.
Hoa. JAM&N NOXO syrnettoo, N. Y.
0. H. PALMER, Tr...surer \Vattern
Telegraph t'ompouy, Now York..
ELM Cil Eit WESTRAV. ta \Yoshio., UII
& flarttorittle, Now York.
NICItuLAS MICKLIat, Now York. '
A. O. President.
N. dIICKLIta, Vire I.lesl.tent.
tiEllktOE (I.'ualller National On
HON. A. X. bf,vt.,unx, Phllatle
Tjae Chinese (lot eratuent having Ohre%
the. Ilan. Anaou Ilurtlnormal coarade,l to
oinpe the prl‘llege coda...l:ling thee
emporia Enl faro I.) aulnuaraurelet
telegraph cable. we prupoee eau:mewl ag
ona in Chian, and la) dowu it II
Mae hundred tallea at alley, beta 0011 tl
luartria purls, s
thotno t .....
A N m n o ypo ~.
an(lluW lg ...
Thew ports have n foreign mount
11011,0Utwoo, Mad *ll coorntuuy .Inlutolle•
Wilidl the 1111‘, qtr 11111111 1 111 W 11111
Cofilloereelli Minpire. rsidiuting Irurn I
pulp Ix, tisiougl, 11,4 egaudn and uu rli
The Mild , el told, this Company item
1 reeling haul lines, and .at 111;11..111in, a tip,
nntl truetwortliy ntelthe of eommunleat
which must etneimpal there, as e%erywl
else, thacommuniculicute of the (low rirtr
of Iwamoto, and of canal h r, especial
China, Nile hue no Jambi' of slim, and to
Ay means /IMF Of 0 0 1.711tharril Mg Unpin;
111 by couriers, on land, teed by itteav ,
Thu Western. World It.uftwii that I'lll
Very large country, In the main dear..'.
piwl; but few yet realize that she con
mare than u third of the human rave,
latest returns iamb. to her orntrill nil I hart
Ilisr taxing purposes by tint beat nutlet',
make her population ILrer Atuutirt,l and IL
end that is more likely U, he ,
der that, alt r the actual atom gate. NC/
' all of thew, who are n, cr tell pea, old
only an hat du read end NI rile. li. ruN I
lion is peculiar, but her ill, nit., in an eh
NiVO 11111 that 01 Eurotw. China In it lat
teachers tied traders and the latter on
etesl 'ugly quick to a% al I tin Inset, is 111 I
proniired Isselllly for proctlfing vorl3
that. Ti Is °herr, ea In a 'aliforma
Chinese melon great use lite teles
though It there i.runstalts nitswagemlU bal
alone. To-day great numbers of fleet stem
are untied by Chives.) merchants, and
by them excloelvel) fur the tratisitilio
early intelitipmee. If the telegraph
patio, convecting all their great Iwo port.
now 11 1 1 ellst/ 1 /1,, it in U 0114.110 that its
netts-Would pay tile cost within the dr,
years of !fa NUiVwstall operation, and v
steadily increase they,
No enterprise roinniends Itself en ins gt
er degree remunerative to eapitalbits, sin
par Whale people, it le •1 • sleet national
porlatmeeolgamerelall), politically, and
Slitrihrs stork orris!, emu Imlay talichere
fllnstilled!). recommended to capitalist
uallasar awn, tat a thairable Iles/mime
atilt:trial articles in the NOW York liere
tefte Warid, Than, roe,
alipl in We Philadelpina Sara Atrocris
Ledttree, !weaver, Age, Bulbit. and T,
liihstrna of this Contrstpy, Iv a Jinni
bee, rutty b
on olotan at fso each, Ito ,
down, Ift6 the /at of November, t
Parable la sursalltly tutu/ istelLeof 12
eonataencing Ikteernber I, JIM, on al
`DREXEL & CO.,
84 South Third &reel,
lto . l4barea can be obtained t 1 Gettyabii
alt i rtr . p . 1 tt i1f401,116114011 co the 1111,Jewit.
IW ONLY LADY'S BOOK IN AMES
TUIEUFIE&PFkIT OF LADIES' MAQAZ
RCA Utill IT 18 TIM REST;
The friend of woman, the arbiter of fai
the encourapir and publisher of thelle
sulfate of tlie day, Ui mitt/lan Irwin w)
THE HIM WRITKRA
In the Munn , wurld wIH tontribute
gem of the Lady'm Book during the yett,
Atitheresu of ... .clune,.."lllrklen Path,
81 de," and
tributes story every month. tin r fort
clauleortos at writer's have also been n
THE 0. 1005: PAPEllti ARE (X.'NTI
Braulpla ..Werl Plates.
'Of Weise the Lady:s &suit contains
each year, superior (we challenge corn
to bay pubilelsol In this oonalry, el
heat or periodical.
OtTtf. FAfifflON PLATIN.
The original double flashiest-plates
Monet' Corrsute.—The only maw
Ibis eountry that glen' these dot's'
lteawren Leath:la.-1n this we
OItIOINIAL MertlC.—Thxler. le 11IP 01
aitlne la which intone prepared Sot It
We have also a 4.30 huatti's, a float
eat. and a Ifentrti department.
islogaix'S le ye PJ &MX. WU:SI M)li
subject, for the Boudoir, Is ursery,
Tpl4su Es u ass ne —Th Is Pia net
gra ?lap that. it o one NM Id tehip . nl
-selves. They glve great aatleasettou.
LALY'II FANCY V, VIM DEPAICIIICT
of the &coigns lu this department r
In *dare, to a style unegnallud.
TERMS . FOR I.
One copy, one year
Tao copies, one year
Tbree copies, one year .
Four oopiea, one your ..
F l t v o e t g.;iiels, one •Au, and r. ev
Jugl.l X Cpp ...........
...... the` club,
Elet tropleie, one year, and ito extra copy
to the person wetting up ille club, unah.
Ing.nkno copies. ..
Eleven coact., one year, and an extra er
py. to the person getting up the elul
making twelve eopterr.; ....• ......
tlodey r Lady's Book and Arthur's
Idagasine will be sent one yea ou rec
14 H ea.
aley's Lady's hook and Once a /Cub
be sent oneyear on receipt of al Oh
Gala's Lady'. Boult and the eta
Hom-wlll be sent one year on receipt of
badey's Lewly's Book Arthur's I/mac
aalne, and Chtkfrat'sHour will be set
year on receipt of 6,5 W.
Uodey's lady's Book, Arthur's Home
acme, °neon Month, and the Children
will be alit one year on raw Ipt of al
Serhe money must all be...Ler , o"
for any of the clubs, and
mane to clans at elide rates.
44 Canada aubscrineni Must urn
additional lorever7aubscription to r/
Wok, sad 11l mats for eltber of the Ma
to pay the American pottage.
/lOW TO ILEII/T,-.ln manning la
Peet Moe Order or q Draft, on Phil
or New'YOrk,..payable to the order
the Order er ... l, l ta l le ba wt n e k r stolen ,
renewed without law to the sender. It
or Port Ogles Order ammo* be procure
United Storm or National Bank Noire.
Address L. A. 0010
Dec. 4', lea.
EAVINCI d - 61 the
eels. pliglOrto Ity 0 r'sterk
aleptVre thanks tor Wets
to the post, and ktr i r e wing . :
142tialltirrn e " ool
albs ton*: ' e
tire control qf gm O''
last two yehre,' i' k ear
every effort tufuuder full ,
cwt. 28, 11101. ' Mr -
k TE N. NIT GOO tk. DIFV ed o
a u titt asautizio am. ..